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THE 1965 CACTUS SUSAN KAY McGINNESS Editor-in-Chief NANCY COLEMAN SCOTT Associate Editor, Fall CLAIR LYN REEDER Associate Editor, Spring CHARLES RAY COLLUM Photographer LESTER LOYD EDMONDS, JR. General Manager MARGUERITE FREEMAN Supervisor Supervii PUBLISHED BY TEXAS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS, INC. AUSTIN, TEXAS VOL. 72 THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS TABLE OF CONTENTS Administration 25 Academics 42 SPECIAL AWARDS Outstanding students 81 All college honoraries 91 LIMELIGHT Personalities 105 Features 129 STUDENT ASSOCIATIONS Student Government and Publications 193 Sororities 221 Fraternities 265 Dorms and Co-Ops 329 Military 359 Organizations 377 ATHLETICS Varsity 473 Freshmen 519 Intramurals _, . 525 CLASSES Graduates and Seniors 545 Juniors 587 Sophomores 601 Freshmen 615 Index 635 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 1 The rough stone . . . the polished wood . . . the trampled walkways the naked girders. This is the physical university, but not the soul That is the individual. Searching . . . Each individual engaged in his own quest. The artist, the scientist, the philosopher, the educator. All groping for something. It is the search which is the common bond. Page 10 Page 11 . ! J Dreams or reflections . . . But who can say? Only the one engaged in this unilateral conversation. Solitude . . . Seeking the outgoing and the loner, the complacent and rebellious, the stylist and style-breaker. A welcome escape. Page 12 Communication . . . A means to an understanding. An exchange on the logic of campus, the mystery of life, Giving, receiving, and learning. Page 15 Those few fleeting moments . . . The quiet reflection between two individuals. Could time only stop to capture it longer . . . But no, life must rush on. The few gentle twinklings are only a memory. Page 17 -e ; The embracing group . . . The sense of having an identity in relation to others. A filigree band encircling small informal cliques, The stronger bond creating fraternities, sororities, the living groups, and special interest crowd. Giant links that mold the University together. Pase 19 Spirit . . . Causing the fans, the athletes, and the exes to lose themselves in a common objective. The glory of success, the bitterness of defeat. The spirit remains . . . forever a " Hook Em Horns. Page 21 I In Memoriam STUDENTS Angelico Chapa, Jr. J. Bennett Darling Fred B. Dickey, Jr. Lawrence Joseph Godwin Joe W. Keyes Virgil C. Lott, Jr. Douglas Reagan Meurer Susan Jean Rigsby Shirley Ann Stark Susan Wilson FACULTY Edward Christian Henry Bantel, Emeritus Thelma Anderson Bollman, Emeritus J. Frank Dobie William Francis Gidley, Emeritus James Knight Roger Philip McCutheon Cora Merriman Martin, Emeritus Daniel A. Penick, Emeritus Charles Elmer Rowe, Emeritus George Wilfred Stumberg Benjamin C. Tharp, Emeritus Lillian Wester, Retired STAFF E. J. Compton, Retired Bess Black Walter B. Scharre Jerry A. Wentruk Pase 24 ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATION Academic Edited by Susan McGinnese Administration Edited by Lytr Reeder Page 25 GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF TEXAS IF.G FmK JOHN B. CONNALLY THE BOARD OF REGENTS Ul llF I. rlt to Right: Redditt, Olan, Madden, McNeeie, Heath, Brenan, Ervin, Connally, Johnson. Page 26 New Regents Frank Iknul. Jack Josey, William Bauer, and W. W. Heath were sworn in by Judge Joe Greenhill. Chairman W. W. HEATH Vice-chairman A. G. McNESSE, JR. Secretary BETTY ANNE THEDFORD William Bauer, Port Lavaca Appointed in 1965 Walter P. Brenan, San Antonio H. F. Connally, Jr., M.D., Waco Frank C. Erwin, Jr., Austin W. W. Heath, Austin Reappointed Frank Ikard, New York Appointed for two years of an unexvired term Mrs. J. Lee Johnson, III, Fort Worth Jack S. Josey, Houston Appointed in 1965 Wales H. Madden, Jr., Amarillo Term Expired January, 1965 A. G. McNeese, Jr., Houston Term Expired January, 1965 Levi A. Olan, John S. Redditt, Lufkin Resigned THE DEVELOPMENT BOARD Le t to Right: lilunk, Nowotny, Elliott, Nolcn. Tom Sealy, Chairman Chairman V ice-Chairman Consultant on Development Executive Director Assistant Director Executive Assistant . Hines H. Baker, Houston W. H. Bauer, Port Lavaca Edward Clark, Austin Charles S. Coates, Brenham Ernest Cockrell, Jr., Houston L. L. Colbert, Windsor, Canada Leroy G. Denman, Jr., San Antonio Mrs. Charles Devall, Kilgore R. A. Furbush, Galveston Wales H. Madden, Jr., Amarillo J. Mark McLaughlin, San Angelo J. Francis Morgan, El Paso J. M. Odom, Austin B. D. Orgain, Beaumont Charles N. Prothro, Wichita Falls Harry H. Ransom, Austin John P. Thompson, Dallas Dan C. Williams, Dallas Mrs. Robert F. Windfohr, Fort Worth Gus S. Wortham, Houston TOM SEALY PRESTON SHIRLEY ARNO NOWOTNY WILLIAM DAVID BLUNK . CALVIN CLEAVE NOLEN RICHARD NEAL ELLIOTT list The University of Texas Development Board is the agency of The University of Texas responsible to the Chancellor and through him to the Board of Regents for all private fund development for the entire University System. I The Board established in 1939 by the Regents is composed of prominent citizens who voluntarily devote time and effort to the welfare of the University. The Board members are named by the Executive Council of the Ex-Students ' Asso- ciation and by the Board of Regents, including one who is a member of the Board of Regents. The Chancellor of the Uni- versity is an ex-officio member. Page 27 THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS To the Students of the University of Texas: HARRY HUNTT RANSOM Chancellor of The University of Texas For each of us in the University community, I congratulate the 1965 Cactus staff on planning a volume emphasizing the individual student. Like all other American institutions , universities must take into consid- eration mass movements, group interests, team play, and common purposes. Yet education is a highly personalized experience. It requires both tough-minded realism about " belonging " and sheer independence. The most recent indictment of the large, complex university is that the individual may " get lost. " Getting lost and finding oneself is educative. Avoiding waste and irrelevance, a university must capitalize on its uncertainties and certainties, disappointments and accomplishments. Individual students and student organizations are making a tremendous contribution toward this end . Without their deep involvement in the University ' s purposes, most of our goals would be unattainable. In the qualities of student participation a university attains its special mark, not by devices like " old school ties " and new-school straight-jackets. The year which this edition of the Cactus recalls was a time when students made major contributions to the individuality of the University itself. Future students will be grateful for that fact. Sincerely yours. T Hy L- -4Tr-l t HR:np Harry Ransom Chancellor Page 28 CHANCELLORS NORMAN HACKERMAN Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs Professor of Chemistry JAMES CLAY DOLLEY Vice-Chancellor Professor of Finance LAURENCE D. HASKEW Vice-Chancellor Professor of Educational Administration FRANKLIN LANIER COX Vice-Chancellor Professor of Business Law Page 29 turn WILSON S. STONE Advisor for Graduate and Research Programs, Office of the Chancellor ADMINISTRATION The University of Texas Administration works with the Chan- cellor to improve the educational program for the University ' s rapidly expanding student body. They assist the Chancellor in the management and operation of the University. Some of their responsibilities include business affairs, legal matters, external sources of financial support, communications, development, physical plant, and financial policies. WILLIAM DAVID BLUNK Executive Director, Development Board GRAVES W. LANDRUM Assistant to the Chancellor JOHN WILLIAM MEANEY Assistant to the Chancellor CHARLES HERMAN SPARENBERG Comptroller GRADY CLARENCE STARNES Auditor WILLIAM WOODROW STEWART Endowment Officer Page 30 OF THE UNIVERSITY JAMES H. COLVIN Business Manager, Main University Director, University News and Information Service F. C. McCONNELL Director, Division of Housing and Food Service BURNELL WALDREP University Attorney FRANK D. GRAYDON Budget Officer, Office of the Chancellor CARL J. ECKHARDT Director of the Physical Plant ARNO NOWOTNY Development Board Consultant Page 31 STUDENT SERVICES JOHN HERSHEL DODSON Director of Student Financial Aids JOHN G. STEELE Director, Texas Union GORDON V. ANDERSON Director, Testing and Counseling Center JACK HOLLAND Dean of Students ALEXANDER MOFFIT University Librarian W. BYRON SHIPP Registrar and Director of Admissions PAUL L. WHITE, M.D. Director and Physician, Student Health Center Page 32 DEAN OF WOMEN Left to Right: Margaret Peck, Dean of Women; Margaret Berry, Dorothy W. Dean, Frances Little McMath. DEAN OF STUDENT LIFE Left to Right: Lawrence Franks, Dean of Men; Frank B. Campbell, Thomas V. Jenkins, David Hildreth Thomas, Edwin Booth Price. INTERNATIONAL OFFICE " Left to Right: Edwin Hightower, Kay S. Baird, Janean Garner, Joan Freeman, Norraa Bowman, Cynthia Keever, Margaret Ann Kidd, Te resa Wang, MoIlieO Walter, Susan Mowcry, Joe W. Neal, Director; Robert P. Higley, John Voekel. Page 33 DEANS OF COLLEGES JOHN ARCH WHITE Dean, College of Business Administration JOHN ALTON BURDINE Dean, College of Arts and Sciences LEE FRANK WORRELL Dean, College of Pharmacy PHILIP DOUGLAS CREER Director, School of Architecture W. GORDON WHALEY Dean, Graduate School Page 34 AND SCHOOLS in JOHN J. McKETTA, JR. Dean, College of Engineering E. WILLIAM DOTY Dean, College of Fine Arts WAYNE H. HOLTZMAN Dean, College of Education JAMES R. D. EDDY Dean, Division of Extension W. PAGE KEETON Dean, School of Law Page 35 EX-STUDENTS ' ASSOCIATION The formal dedication of the Lila B. Etter Alumni Center, at Round-Up, April 3, marked one. of the most significant events in the 80-year history of The Ex-Students ' Associa- tion. The first permanent home of The Association, the Cen- ter is a handsome addition to the Forty Acres. Overlooking Waller Creek, the Center has an " Early Texas " look, combining the ease of the Southwest with the elegance of Old Mexico. Housing the offices of The Association and its staff of 25, headed by Executive Director Jack R. Maguire, the new Cen- ter will be used for many Association functions. University- oriented groups may also reserve meeting rooms for convo- cations, receptions, and other events. Although The Association offers many benefits to its members, (such as a monthly magazine, The Alcalde, to keep them informed on The University), its primary function is to help The University. The Texas Legislature prohibits certain uses of appropriated funds, such as public relations efforts and maintenance of Alumni records. The Ex-Students ' Association do es these jobs for The University of Texas, along with many others. A sizeable student loan and scholarship fund is being sup- plemented with scholarships from several of the 150 Texas Exes Clubs throughout the world. Governed by a 46-member Executive Council elected throughout the state, the Association ' s programs are sup- ported through annual dues of its members. FRANK DENIUS President JACK RUSSELL MAGUIRE Executive Director Left to Right: Loraine Jackson, Pat Maguire, Terry Shaw, Judy Hearnr, John Ulbrich, Michal Wann, Martha Doby, Harry Wise, Carole Jone, Roy James, Patricia Nulty, Jackie McCra , Jim Hardie, Charles Schneider, Mary Ann Johnson, Roy Vaughan. Page 36 DADS ' ASSOCIATION OFFICERS President Dr. Courtney M. Townsend, Paris Honorary V ice-Presidents Bob Armstrong, Austin Colonel D. Harold Byrd, Dallas Howard T. Cox, Austin Treasurer George H. Marsh, Austin Secretary William D. Blunk, Austin VICE-PRESIDENTS PAST PRESIDENTS - ' - ' son ' ' .- r.lits I dons Rex G. Baker, Jr., Houston H. Macon Boddy, Henrietta Allen Cowden, Midland Judgje Joe J. Fisher, Beaumont Dr. Hamilton Ford, Galveston Lester Foran, Corpus Christi Colonel Homer Garrison, Jr., Austin J. L. -Rehmet, Sherman Dr. Hugh W. Savage, Fort Worth Robert B. Smither, Huntsville J. Clyde Tomlinson, Longview Angus G. Wynne, Jr., Arlington Richard W. Blalock, Marshall J. K. Butler, Houston J. Brown Cutbirth, Houston Judge J. Lee Dittert, Bellville Stanley M. Erskine, Midland Harry W. Ferguson, Houston John W. Hampton, Wichita Falls Dr. J. B. Heath, Madisonville Jack S. Josey, Houston E. G. Morrison, Austin Marion A. Olson, San Antonio Dr. C. M. Phillips, Levelland Harry C. Webb, Houston Seated: Webb, Tomlinson, Marsh, Townsend, Whitcomb, Smither, Baler. Standing: Carrisns, Blunk, Dittert, Byrd, Erskine, Heath, Foran, Fisher, Phillips, Cowden, Ford, Morrison, Armstrong. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Allan Bailey, LaMarque James A. Baker, Madisonville Dr. N. L. Barker, Paris Dr. G. V. Brindley, Jr., Temple L. W. Brooks, Breckenridge Joiner Cartwright, Beaumont Robert P. Doherty, Jr., Houston Arthur P. Duggan, Jr., Littlefield John D. Furrh, Jr., Marshall Jenkins Garrett, Fort Worth William A. Griffis, Jr., San Angelo Hayden W. Head, Corpus Christi David C. Hull, Longview Dr. E. K. Jones, Amarillo Senator Edward V. Long, Washington, D. C. A. Federico Longoria, Nuevo Laredo, Mexico H. N. Mallon, Dallas J. S. McKee, El Paso William J. Murray, Jr., Austin Robert A. Nelson, San Antonio Adrian I. Patton, Houston J. Curtis Sanford, Dallas Jack C. Staley, Wichita Falls George Williamson, Jr., Jacksonville The University of Texas Dads ' Association is composed of the fathers of all University students, present and past. The Association sponsors Dads ' Day each year during the fall last fall on October 31st. Hundreds of parents visited the campus on that day and were widely entertained and were given an opportunity to participate in numerous cam- pus activities and special events. The Dads ' Association publishes the quarterly University of Texas Dad ' s Digest, offers a number of Dads ' Association Scholarships and awards, and presents trophies to the out- standing boy and outstanding girl each year. Page 37 TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARDS The Students ' Association of The University of Texas gives special recognition to University professors who have shown excellence in their respected teaching areas under- standing that the word professor refers to instructors, assistant professors, associate professors, and full professors. The number of awards allowable in each school or college is proportioned according to the size of its faculty. This year the distribution was six in the college of Arts and Sci- ence ; two in each of the Colleges of Business Administration, Engineering, and Fine Arts; and one each from the Colleges of Education, and Pharmacy and the Schools of Architec- ture and Law. None are given to the Graduate School pro- fessors because of its complexity and diversity. In the colleges and school in which student governing boards function they, with the assemblymen from their respective colleges or school, select the recipients. In those colleges and school that lack such boards, the assemblymen select the recipients from those nominations they obtain from the various scholastic and honorary organizations within their colleges or school. The Secretary of the Students ' As- sociation co-ordinates the selection and this year presented the new Teaching Excellence Award certificates to the re- cipients, at the Students ' Association Inaugural Convocation and Reception. CHA P JORGE LUIS DIVING, B.S. Assistant Professor of Architecture HENRY R. HENZE, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Director of Premedical and Predental Programs FRANK P. COSGROVE, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Pharmacy JANET MARY McGAUGHEY, M.Mus. Professor of Music Page 38 CHARLES HENRY GRIFFIN, Ph.D. Professor of Accounting CHARLES MICHAEL BONJEAN, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Sociology KERMIT EARL BROWN Associate Professor of Petroleum Engineering CLARENCE GEORGE LASBY, Ph.D. Instructor in History Page 39 TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARDS titan GEORGE ALLEN BOGART, B.A., M.F.A. Assistant Professor of Art E. WAYNE THODE, B.S., S.J.D. Professor of Law CLYDE INEZ MARTIN. Ph.D. Professor of Curriculum and Instruction STANLEY A. ARBINGAST, Ph.D. Professor of Resources Associate Director and Resources Specialist Page 40 ROBERT JAMES LAWRENCE, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Economics JAMES ALFRED HITT, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Classics LEONARD! F. KREISLE, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering LEAR LEE ASHMORE, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Speech Page 41 Arts and Sciences provided a liberal education. The College of Arts and Sciences offered instruction in the broad fields of the humanities, and the social sciences. The purpose of this instruction was to give to the student an understanding of himself, of his cultural and historical heri- tage, of the world and the universe in which he lives, and of the intricate and complex relations that exist among men in society. The goals were the enrichment of the human mind, the development of intellectual independence and curi- osity, and a knowledge of moral and ethical values as re- flected in human progress. Through a student ' s chosen ma- jor, he moved toward competency in a particular field. The College felt that the strength of a democratic society was in the " cultivated mind, " which used the intellectual storehouse of the past and present in order to meet successfully the challenge of the future. Dean Lorrin Kennamer, Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, made a talk a s a part of the Texas Today and Tomorrow program. The Department of Microbiology led a training program to teach laboratory techniques to the Peace Corps Training program to Morocco. Page 42 Clarence L. Williams, one of the expert glassblowers provided the Chemistry Department with all glass apparatus for research work and laboratory teaching. Departments of Chemistry and Microbiology stressed the importance of research. The Department of Chemistry was among the top ten chemistry departments in the United States in number of B.S. and doctoral degrees granted. National or regional awards for outstanding research or teaching had been given to more than one-third of the staff. An essential part of the research and laboratory work was the fabrication of specially designed glass equipment. The glassblowing shop furnished this equipment for research work in Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Chemical Phy- sics, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Physical Chemistry. The Clayton Found ation Biochemical Institute, a research organization associated with the Department, conducted in- vestigations in various projects as a means to further knowl- edge about the chemical world. Dr. Curtis Eklund, Technical Director of the Microbiology Department, assisted by graduate laboratory teaching assist- ants, conducted a Peace Corps Health project aimed at Mo- rocco. As the first Peace Corps project of its type, the project trained volunteers to serve as laboratory assistants for work in government hospitals in Morcco. After an extensive 180 hour training period, and after passing 35 tests in the three month training period, the volunteers were sent to Morocco. Training covered laboratory tests in hematology, serology, bacteriology, urinalysis, chemistry and blood typing. Special training techniques coincided with those presently in use in Morocco. Other programs in the Microbiology Department included undergraduate teaching, a medical technology program, and research in various areas of microbiology. Page 43 The Battle Library was the setting for a seminar in the Department of Classics. Page 44 Left to right: Elder Olson, Mark Schorer, Eliseo Vivas, and John Crowe Ransom participated in the Symposium on Formalist Crit- icism. Below: Kenneth Burke delivered an address at the Symposium. Learning to examine ideas was stressed in English and Classics. The change of name from the Department of Classical Languages to the Department of Classics reflected the ex- panding scope of interest in one of the fastest-growing De- partments in the University. Archaeology was the newest innovation: the University was well ahead with its plan for excavating in the summer of 1965 on the site of Ancient Corinth under the directorship of Professor H. S. Robinson and Professor James R. Wiseman. The Department was nationally known for its stimulating and unconventional approach to Classical studies, and its many-sided aspects were best seen in its flourishing and sophisticated journal of Classical culture, ARION. The translations of Greek drama by Professor William Arrowsmith, and the critical works of Professor J. P. Sullivan, Thomas Gould and others had made the Department the main center of translation and literary criticism of the Classics in America. Kenneth Burke, Elder Olson, John Crowe Ransom, Mark Schorer, and Eliseo Vivas, literary critics, participated in the Department of English ' s " Formalistic Criticism Sym- posium. " The symposium was held February 11-12 in the Academic Center Auditorium. The English Department sought to assess recent critical theory and technique through this symposium. The most fruitful ' area for advance was examination of approach to meaning through form. The critics who were present had all been concerned to some degree with the formalistic approach to criticism although they had different ideas on its use. The results of this sym- posium were published in the Texas Quarterly and also were available in a separate volume. Page 45 Math and Physics Departments offered challenging curriculum. The Department of Mathematics was one of the leading departments in the nation in the number of Ph.d. degrees that it awarded in mathematical research. The Department also taught many courses to support the work of other majors such as physics, chemistry, engineering, business administration and education. One member of the Depart- ment taught mathematical astronomy to astronauts at NASA in Houston, and the Department provided lecturers for many school conferences and meetings throughout the state and nation. By assisting in the development of mathematics cur- riculum for secondary schools the Department added further service to the community. Many members also engaged in research in advanced areas of mathematics and the Department trained many students in research work. A broad program of research was offered by the Depart- ment of Physics. Among the subjects under investigation were: plasma physics, properties of liquids of solids, relativ- ity theory, and quantum processes. One project which was being developed was optical pump- ing. This procedure aided in determining the processes that were significant in the formation of helium molecules. The Department also used a 12 million volt tandem Van de Graaff accelerator. This accelerator produced high energy beams of charged particles. The tandem Van de Graaff was the largest of three electrostatic accelerators used in Nuclear Physics research by The University of Texas Physics De- partment. Dr. Homer Craig demonstrated mathematical principles for his class. The tandem Van de Graaff accelerator was used in Nuclear Physics research. Page 46 - - - - : A student demonstrated research project on Optical Pumping. Page 47 Foreign Language departments offered a broad program A Symposium on Old Norse Literature and Mythology was sponsored by the Department of Germanic Languages. The symposium was in honor of Professor Lee M. Hollander, one of the world ' s great Icelandic scholars. Lecturers came from Harvard University, the University of California, the University of Nebraska, and the University of Oxford, England. The Department was distinguished by having Professors Winfred Lehmann and Helmut Rehder named Ashbel Smith Professors in 1964. Besides sponsoring several federal projects for teacher training and Latin American language and area studies, the Department of Romance Languages strengthened its cooperation with several Latin American Universities (Cole- gio de Mexico, Universidad de Cali, Colombia, and Universi- dad de Chile) and planned a Junior Year Abroad in France and Spain. Symposiums were celebrated on the anniversaries of the births of Dante and Unamuno and a new symposium on Valle Inclan was being planned for 1965-66. During the 1964-65 school term guest lecturers were spon- sored by the Department of Slavonic Languages. Professor Gunnar Gunnarsen, Uppsala University, Sweden, lectured on Russian philology and Professor Gleb Struve, the University of California lectured on Soviet literature. The Department offered courses in Russian and Czech language and literature. It also conducted a graduate pro- gram leading to an M.A. degree. One of the advanced courses offered was a Survey of Russian Literature. This course was offered to senior level students and was designed to prepare students for independent work in this field. Professor Hollander was honored by a Germanic Symposium on Old Norse Literature and Mythology. Dr. Ernest Haden demonstrated phonetic lab equipment to students. Page 48 Students spent many hours listening to tapes in the language lab. Dr. Evelyn Bristol wrote a Russian poem on the blackboard. Page 49 Students investigated plant and animal life in Botany and Zoology. The Department of Botany found that classification of algae flora living in and on soil had been neglected. There- fore, the Department undertook a project to classify these organisms, and to learn about their role in soil. These aspects were studied in the laboratory. Members of the faculty engaged in individual research in addition to the projects on algae, liverworts, and mosses. Research was the dominant activity outside the classroom in the Department of Zoology. Various faculty members, post doctoral fellows, research associates, and graduate stu- dents studied fruit flies. The purpose of this project was to elaborate on the nature and behavior of the fly ' s genetic substance in relation to population structure and evolution. Dr. James L. Larimer and associates did neurophysiolog- ical research on crayfish. And research in population ecology using armadillas was conducted by Dr. H. Gray Merriam and associates. They endeavored to increase the knowledge of the mechanisms involved in ecological diversification and of the environmental factors which controlled the functions of individuals, populations, and communities of organisms. A composite research program in the Zoology Department was concerned with Genetics, Cellular Biology, Physiology, Molecular Biology, Environmental Zoology, Biophysics, De- velopmental Biology and Systemic Zoology. A graduate student in Botany aided in a research project classifying soil and dust-borne algae. Page 50 Testing a crayfish ' s reaction to certain solutions was a major study in the area of physi ology. Allen Moore conducted a study with armadillos in the area of ecology. L The fruit fly was the subject of much research in the area of genetics. Page 51 History, Economics, and Government emphasized classroom excellence. Each semester nearly 3,000 students enrolled in History 315 K and L, the Sophomore survey course which was a legislative requirement. The Department of History took the responsibility of presenting this course seriously and en- deavored to offer its best teachers to the captive audience. In addition to teaching, members of the Department car- ried on research and writing on an individual basis. Also under the guidance of Dr. Joe B. Frantz and earlier under the late Dr. Walter Prescott the Department developed a unique television course, " American Civilization by its Inter- preters. " This course consisted of television lectures by forty- one outstanding American historians. The faculty of the Department of Government extended their interest in the field by serving as presidents and by being past presidents of the American Political Science Association, and the Association of NROTC Colleges. Mem- bers also served on numerous federal and state committees. The Department sponsored a conference on " The Role of the Intellectual in Politics, " April 8-10. Recognized authori- ties in the fields of government and academics attended. United States Senator Eugene McCarthy, Minnesota; Pro- fessor Merle Fainsod, Harvard University; and Peruvian Ambassador Miro Quesada were among the many distin- guished guests who came from all points on the globe to participate in this conference. A large percentage of students enrolled in the basic eco- nomics course received the benefit of instruction by an ex- perienced professor this year. This was accomplished by using large lecture sections. One of the department ' s basic functions at the under-graduate level was providing students with this capable instruction in the principal areas of the discipline of economics. At the graduate level the Department concentrated on preparing students for professional careers in teaching, re- search, industry, and government. Staff members gave a substantial portion of their time to teaching and also ex- tended knowledge in their respective fields through research projects. The night before a quiz was a time for concentration. Dr. James Chase conducted a large lecture section in American History. Page 52 Dr. C. C. Thompson, Chairman of the Detriment of Economics, lectured to his class in BEB 100 ' Government Chairman, Dr. H. M. Macdonald, talked after class with students taking Government 357K-Anglo American Jurisprudence. Page 53 r Student tabulated findings in a study on international population growth at the Population and Research Center. Faculty brought recognition to Psychology, Sociology, and Philosophy. Classical conditioning of the consummately response was one of the projects undertaken by the Department of Psy- chology. The purpose of this project was to provide a new technique for classical reward conditioning and to establish empirical evidence for anticipatory goal responses in instru- mental runway situations. This work and other studies centered on learning and motivation were carried out by Dr. Edward B. Deaux. Dr. Deaux received the American Psychology Association ' s Dis- tinguished Scientist Award and had been Chairman of the Psychology Department at the University of Iowa before coming to the University of Texas. As a division of the Department of Sociology the Popula- tion and Research Center undertook research in international population growth with a special emphasis on the problems of Latin America. American and Latin American students learned population analysis and prediction of population changes. This course of study was conducted jointly with the University Latin American Institute, and was partially sup- ported by a grant from the Ford Foundation. The National Institute of Mental Health supported a train- ing program in methods of sociological research in medical programs at the Center, and the Center also trained four National Defense Education Act Fellows. A program in Greek Philosophy was initiated by the De- partment of Philosophy this year. Studies in this field could be taken entirely in the Department of Philosophy, or in a program sponsored jointly by the Department of Classics and Philosophy. Another new program was started in the History and Philosophy of Science. This course of study developed neglected areas in the history of science and em- phasized the philosophy of the physical and social sciences. Charles Hartshorne, Ashbel Smith Professor of Philos- ophy, was one of the outstanding faculty members in the Department. Professor Hartshorne received his Ph.D. from Harvard University in 1923 and from that time distinguished himself with many honors. He taught at Universities from Japan to Australia, published many books and articles, and also served as president of various philosophical organiza- tions. Dr. Kenneth Spence received much recognition for his research in Behavioral Research in Behavioral Science was conducted in the Department of Science. Psychology. Page 54 Dr. Charles Hartshorne, an Ashbel Smith Professor, had published eight books in the field of Philosophy. Page 55 Ill ' ' Dr. T. W. McKern, anthropology instructor, supervised research to determine the physical nature of prehistoric Indian populations. Page 56 Fascinating studies were conducted in Anthropology and Astronomy. Historic Indian populations that lived at Casas Grandes, Chihuahua in Mexico from about 500 A.D. 1700 A.D. were the subject of a research project undertaken by the Depart- ment of Anthropology. Graduate students in Anthropology under the direction of Dr. T. W. McKern tried to ascertain the physical nature of these Indian populations and to recon- struct population movements between Mexico and the south- western United States during prehistoric p ' eriods. The students used a skeletal sample of about 700 indivi- duals from Casas Grandes which represented a living popu- lation during three distinct cultural periods. By analyzing this sample the students were able to compare the Casas Grandes people with the populations in surrounding areas. The Department also analyzed prehistoric Indian popula- tions in Texas and tried to salvage archeology of Texas by collecting samples from prehistoric sites in areas where dams were being built. The W. ]. McDonald Astronomical Observatory was a component of the Main University and was devoted to astro- nomical research. Located in the Davis Mountains of West Texas the observatory housed an 82-inch reflextor, the sixth largest telescope in the world. Dr. Harlan J. Smith was direc- tor of the observatory. Living facilities were available for the staff and students and graduate instruction was a vital part of the program at the observatory. ' The already substantial resources were un- dergoing a major modernization where this was necessary in order to include still more possibilities for student par- ticipation in research topics, doctoral theses, and post- doctoral research. An 84-inch reflector was being constructed with the support and co-operation of NASA and the building and supporting facilities were provided by the University. Other graduate facilities were located at the Main Univer- sity and special equipment was available for student research. The large Astronomy Library which was operated in con- junction with the Physics Library facilitated research in astronomy and physics and received the major journals on astronomy and publications from observatories all over the world. McDonald Observatory has been the site of University research in the Depart- ment of Astronomy. Dr. H. J. Smith, chairman of the Department of Astronomy, took this photograph of Jupiter and. its mysterious red spot. Page 57 " On Capital Hill in Texas " was a regular feature of KLRN-TV, the University operated station. Journalism and Speech taught communication. The school of Journalism, 50 years old at the University of Texas, offered training in a wide variety of skills such as photography, news writing, public relations, editing, and advertising. The 50th anniversary was dedicated to Paul J. Thompson who served as director of the school from 1927-1958 and continued to work on independent research at the school until his death May 22, 1964. " Mr. Journalism " was the title he was given in 1958 when more than 500 ex-students and other friends gathered to honor him on his retirement as director. The Daily Texan added to the honor with a six-page special edition telling the story of his " Forty Years on the Forty Acres. " Previously in 1953 he had been awarded the Missouri Honor Award for Distinguished Service in Journalism the first journalism educator so honored in the 24 years these awards had been made. But perhaps his greatest honor was in his achievements such as the long struggle from the " shacks " to a fine modern building and the influence left on thousands of students. The activities of the Department of Speech were numerous and impressive. The Department conducted courses for undergraduate and graduate students in the major areas of general speech, speech pathology and audiology, and radio and television film. In addition to these basic teaching functions the Depart- ment enlarged its activities through its Speech and Hearing Clinic. The clinic furnished opportunities for students to observe and to practice therapeutical methods used in treat- ing speech and hearing disorders. The clinic also provided assistance for students at the University who had speech or hearing defects and non-university children and adults used the clinic as far as facilities permitted. In addition the clinic helped the State of Texas establish facilities for speech and hearing therapy. KLRN-TV and KUT-FM, the University radio station afforded opportunities for students studying broadcasting to gain practical experience in these medias of communication. University students majoring in Radio and T.V. were not the only students who benefited from the programs that were aired. More than 200,000 pupils in elementary and secondary schools were served regularly by KLRN ' s educational pro- grams. KUT-FM was used as a production center for tapes which blanketed the state with nearly 9,000 hours of Uni- versity-produced radio programs. Pape 5 Patty Donaldson encouraged a child with a hearing disorder to speak into the microphone. The Fiftieth Anniversary of the School of Journalism was dedicated to " Mr. Journalism, " Paul J. Thompson. Professor Hinkle stressed the importance of pictures in communication in his course in " Photojournalism. ' Page 59 P.E. Departments offered programs to fit the needs of every student. As a department in the College of Arts and Sciences the Department of Required Physical Education for Men was staffed by a trained group of specialists in this field. They endeavored to teach not only physical fitness but moral fitness as well. The Department took special pride in its physical plant and equipment. The gymnastics room was the finest one of its kind in the Southwest. The room was designed for the most effective use of the various equipment that was avail- able. Another feature of the facilities was the glass handball court. This court had an exceptionally good seating arrange- ment which added to its usefulness. One of the most popular activities in the program of Physical Education for Women was dance. Girls were able to choose from various dance forms but modern dance was the most popular type. The purpose and significance of dance in physical educa- tion was to develop areas of flexibility, strength and endur- ance which would contribute to the fullest use of the body and therefore, to the creative freedom of the individual. The Women ' s Physical Education Department conducted advanced classes in Modern Dancing. Page 60 New men ' s gymnastic room offered safe facilities for every phase of physical fitness. Special remedial facilities were provided to meet the needs ' of both faculty and students. The Men ' s P. E. Department was well-known for housing the world ' s finest glass handball court. Pase 61 Line direction was applied in costume design. Advanced interior design students utilized resource materials in design project. The Amino Acid Analyzer was used for nutrition research. Economics program stressed individual development. The faculty of the Department of Home Economics viewed their field as an art and science which dealt with the basic physical, psychological and socio-economic needs of people. They studied the various means of meeting these needs in order to promote individual development and improved family living. The Department included divisions of: nutrition and foods; institutional administration; textiles, and fashion de- sign; child development; family economics and home man- agement. Page 62 Laboratory experiences were used in the area of Child Development to teach an understanding of the dynamics of human behavior. Page 63 Geology and Geography provided varied opportunities, The Department of Geology engaged in many research projects. One important method of studying the structure and internal composition of rocks was to cut the rocks into thin slices so that a microscope could be used to see through the rocks. Geologists considered that they could not really understand rocks without first seeing through them in thin slices. Marine geology was studied by Dr. Alan J. Scott. The Coring Operation included diving to study bay environment. Dr. John A. Wilson visited museums to try to fill in gaps and calculate the ages of some vertebrate fossils. Dating fossils with pottasium and orgon and the isotope analyzing of minerals was undertaken by Dr. Leon E. Long. One of the most outstanding features of the Geography Department was their famous map collection. Started in 1948, the collection included 400 wall maps and 12,000 flat maps. Collection of the maps was directed by Dr. Robert K. Holz and was enlarged through purchase, gift and construction. The maps, housed in the Department ' s map room, have been categorized and filed for convenient reference. They covered every area of the world. Though primarily for the teaching of geography, the maps were available to other departments on a limited basis. Two special cartographic instruments were purchased this year as a result of the demand for more maps and drafting equipment. A special projector for enlarging or reducing maps, and a map lettering instrument permitted comparison and reproduction of maps in the collection. i Dr. Robert K. Holz selected a map from the Department of Geography ' s wall map collection. Page 64 inities. I Dr. Earle McBride studied rock structure through a microscope. Geologists considered thin slides of rock sections the key to understanding. I ge 65 Mrs. Jerry Moore aided students in obtaining | interviews in the Business Placement Office. The Business Computer gave students a chance to learn and practice programming. College of Business offered a broad program. Computers were adding another chapter to the continuing history of the Industrial Revolution. Recognized for the rou- tine handling of masses of data, computers were gradually being assigned more intellectual jobs. In preparation for the computer world of the Seventies and Eighties, all students in the College of Business explored the mysteries of this fantastic machine. In addition, an introductory course which included programming and the use of the computer in solv- ing business and economic problems, there was considerable opportunity to use the computer facilities in research and advanced courses in business. Along with very modern facilities and up-to-date equip- ment the College of Business Administration offered a special Honors Plan for superior students who were interested in pursuing careers, in business. In addition, the College of Business had an exceptional program in Quantitative Methods. This program which was administered by the faculty of Statistics, included the study of mathematics, statistics, quantitative decision-making tech- niques, and the use of computers for the analysis and solu- tion of business problems. Another very attractive program was the Engineering Route to the Bachelor of Business Administration. This program was designed to provide a basic core of studies in arts and sciences and business administration supple- mented with an integrated program of work in mathematics and engineering. To allow flexibility several options were available under this program. The Department of Accounting at the University was nationally recognized as outstanding. This department had more faculty members who had both a Ph.D. degree and C.P.A. certificate than any other university in the United States. The program in accounting prepared students for either professional accounting careers in industry or careers with Certified Public Accounting firms. For students with baccalaureate degrees in either business or other fields, the Graduate School of Business offered two master ' s programs, the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and the Master of Professional Accounting (MPA). Students having baccalaureate degrees in fields other than business normally, would complete the master ' s program in two years. The search for talented college graduates was unceasing and the Placement office of the College of Business served as the vital link between students and prospective employers. This office developed and filed student data sheets, arranged for appointments with recruiting teams and counseled with students and representatives of business about placement activities. Mrs. Jerry Moore, Placement Director, spent long hours talking to students and company interviewers in an attempt to place each student in the right job. During 1964- 65 more than 6,200 individual interviews with approximately 325 companies were arranged by the Placement Office of the College. Page 67 College of Education emphasized classroom training. The College of Education performed several functions within The University of Texas. It was a professional school for the initial preparation of teachers for elementary and secondary schools. It provided three bachelor ' s degree pro- grams for this purpose the Bachelor of Science in Elemen- tary Education, the Bachelor of Science in Education and the Bachelor of Science in Physical Education. Also acting on behalf of the University Council on Teacher Education, it served as the selection agent for all those students who pursued legal certification to teach, whether enrolled in the College of Education or some other college of the University. As a unit of the Graduate School, the College of Education offered courses and curricula leading to advanced profes- sional certificates and to master ' s degrees and doctor ' s de- grees in education. Also it provided in-service education offerings and consultation services for those engaged in the educational professions. Departments in the College provided course offerings in general education as well as various specialties suitable for those students pursuing vocational objectives other than teaching. The College also sponsored 92 research projects in many areas of professional interest ranging from personality fac- tors in teacher behavior to proprioceptive effects in isometric muscular effort. Research was conducted into the mental health in both teachers and pupils, evaluation of the effect of special equipment in physical fitness, and in other areas vital to the teaching and learning processes. Dr. David Butts was well-known for his contribution in the teaching of science in elementary schools. The Educational Psychology Department filmed student teachers as a part of their experimental program. Page 68 The new wing at Govalle Elementary School gave student teachers in Special Education a chance to practice what they had learned. Page 69 Atmospheric Science students released a pilot weather balloon into the atmosphere. Page 70 Petroleum engineers ran tests on rocks at high pressure. Engineering Departments offered diversified training. A mechanism called a bit-tooth was used by the Depart- ment of Petroleum Engineering to test and to study the nature of rock failure that resulted from the pressure of the bit-tooth. This knowledge helped the students to understand rock failure and to improve oil well drilling technology. The Department also used drilling tests on rock with a microbit drilling apparatus. During the year the Department received research grants from the Petroleum Institute and the Petroleum research fund of the American Chemical Society. Students in the Atmospheric Science Group, a Division of the Meteorology Department, sent a pilot balloon into the atmosphere as an experiment. After its release, the balloon was tracked by a theodolite. The wind speed and wind direc- tion conld be determined by observing the position of the balloon at fixed time intervals. Designs to eliminate the solar heat that resulted from the sun striking a glass window were drawn by architects in the Department of Engineering Drawing. This project involved not only evolution and creation of methods of measuring shading effects, but also simplification of these methods so that freshman students could understand them. A model aided the students in visualizing the position of the sun and its shadow at any given moment. Aero-Space Engineering students studied wind currents produced by the Department ' s wind tunnel. Dr. Melvin Wilkov made adjustments on the larg- est electron microscope in the U. S. Engineering Drawing ' s Professor James Holmes demonstrated the use of a model to study the shadows of the moving sun. Page 71 Engineering Mechanics majors participated in the anal- ysis, design, development, production and application of devices and systems of all kinds. The Department was most interested in machines, devices, and systems for practical conversion of available resources, forces and energy with optimum effect and minimum waste. In addition to the tra- ditional areas of design, themodynamics and fluid dynamics, the Department included strong offerings in the areas of industrial engineering, metallurgy and materials, and nuclear energy. The Department had the largest electron microscope in the U. S. with an accelerating potential of 150 Kv. and mag- nification to 200,000 with 5 Angstrom resolution. Students in the Department of Aerospace Engineering were instructed in the study of manned and unmanned v ehi- cles that operated above the earth. Structural design, static and dynamic stability, propulsion and guidance of vehicles was studied. Basic courses in physics, engineering mechan- ics, electrical engineering, thermodynamics, etc., were the foundation for creative synthesis and design. A broad back- ground in the arts and sciences aided the aerospace student in communication with persons in other fields. Among the facilities in the Department were two wind tunnels, a small one capable of supersonic speeds and a larger one for low-speed range. All aerospace engineering students performed tests in both tunnels. The Department of Electrical Engineering did extensive research in the area of lasers and their applications. The optical masers, or lasers, were a very recent development. The word laser was an abbreviation for " light amplification through stimulated emission of radiation. " These new light sources which passed properties completely distinct from the " usual incoherent sources, were applied to several meaningful- engineering and technological areas, including precise labor- atory measurements, communications, photography, preci- sion machining and welding, eye surgery, and others. In addition to the laser research the Department did research in acoustics, biomedics, information theory, microwaves, plasma dynamics, radio astronomy, solid state materials, and geomagnetics. The Department of Mechanical Engineering conducted a project in Three Phase Lubrication Research. The purpose of this project was to investigate the dampening character- istics of solid lubricant particles suspended in a liquid car- rier. The Department was also engaged in research in mate- rials, gas dynamics, nuclear engineering, production engi- neering, mechanical design, heat transfer, and thermo- dynamics. Fundamental data was obtained by the Department of Chemical Engineering that would eventually be used to help design petrochemical plants for Texas and the United States. The Department also conducted studies into the effects of mixing on chemical reaction, the nature of catalysts, dis- tillation techniques,, and the properties of materials. All these studies were important in the production of chemicals, poly- mers, and drugs. A grant from the National Science Foundation helped the Department of Architectural Engineering to develop a model analysis laboratory. A reflecting polariscope was used to aid in analyzing structural models. The model was coated with plastic, and when under pressure, stress patterns were ob- served by the use of the polariscope. The laboratory would also include in the future a dynamic shaking table ' which would permit the testing of structural models under simu- lated sesmic loadings. An electrical engineering student used his hand to demonstrate the sparkling appearance of a laser beam. Page 72 Professor J. Neils Thompson of the Department of Civil Engineering was elected President of the National Society of Professional Engineers. Research contracts, traineeship pro- grams, and other financial support amounting to $600,000 was awarded to the Department by various agencies. The Department also conducted research to evaluate the hydraulic performance of the spillway and stilling basin of the Toledo Bend Dam which was being built on the Sabine River. Dr. Henry G. Rylander (right) and Glen C. Tolle experimented in Three Phase Lubrication Research. 1 Dr. E. T. Beynon experimented with thermodynamic properties of oxyge- nated hydrocarbons. Mr. David Fowler (right) and Doug Porter analyzed a structural model with a reflecting polariscope. Page 73 Lloyd Urban a Civil Engineering student adjusted spillway for Toledo Bend Dam Model. Graduate student taught " cello " lessons in the Junior Strings Project. Opera students rehearsed for " The Comedy on the Bridge. Sets for Drama productions were prepared in the scene lab. Art students learned skills involved in metal, plastic, and wood sculpturing in Art classes. College of Fine Arts emphasized creativity. The Junior String Project was sponsored by the Depart- ment of Music and the Junior League with the cooperation of the Austin Public Schools. The project was honored by the National Federal of Music Clubs, for its contributions to the " Crusade for Strings. " Junior String Project had a dual purpose. For its students who ranged in age from 5 to 18 years, the project offered a broad curriculum of 414 to 5 2 hours of instruction weekly. It also served as a teacher training program for advanced string students whose work was supervised by a distinguished faculty. String students from all over the U. S. and the world came to study music at The University of Texas and to teach in the Junior String Project. Students majoring in drama learned many skills connected with theatrical productions. They constructed and painted sets for UT productions and performed in plays such as the highly successful " Rashomon. " The uniquely flexible Theatre Room in the new Drama Building received national publicity. It was designed by the faculty of the Department to provide experimental use of a variety of staging techniques. The 60x60 foot room had a floor and ceiling which could be raised or lowered in 10x10 foot sections. Stage and audience areas could be altered to fit any style of production. Many members of the faculty were affiliated with the American Educational Theatre Association, the American National Theatre Academy, the American Society for The- atre, the Southwest Theatre Conference and the Texas Edu- cational Theatre Association. Studio work in the Art Department had a broad range. It extended from crafts in metal work and fibers to the training of teachers, print makers, sculptors, painters, designers, and graphic artists. Art historians provided historical and criti- cal backgrounds for the general student body and prepared students for criticism and museum work. The University Art Museum, as an adjunct to the teaching program, brought a wide variety of exhibitions, artists, and speakers to the campus. Page 75 Law student searched for a case history in the stacks of the law library. Law and Graduate Schools brought honor to U.T. The Law School Library contained about 150,000 vol- umes. This number made it the largest law school library in the South and one of the largest in the nation. It was ideally suited for research projects of various types. Another feature of the Law School activities was the Legal Aid Clinic. Attorney W. W. Patterson was director of the Clinic. The Clinic was operated by the Law School under the direction of a licensed attorney but was actually staffed by senior law students. Its services were available to anyone who was in need of legal assistance, but who could not afford to pay the usual fee. Its activities were limited to civil law. The Clinic served to help the community and also to give law students valuable practical experience. Research was an important part of any graduate stu- dent ' s program at the University. The Main Library con- tained 1,578,490 books, bound periodicals, newspapers, and pamphlets. The Main Library, the branch Libraries and the special collections comprised the Mirabeau B. Lamar Li- brary. The Latin American Collection contained hundreds of thousands of research pieces. The strongest holdings were for Mexico, Chile, Paraguay, Brazil, and Argentina in that order, but all Latin American countries were well repre- sented. For students whose interests were centered on some aspect of Texas studies the Texas Collection and The University of Texas Archives furnished valuable sources. The Texas Col- lection (approximately 75,000 volumes) and the Texas Archives (3,000,000 pages of manuscript) were a part of the Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center. In addition to the special collections, branch libraries were maintained for the Colleges of Business, Education, En- gineering, and Pharmacy ; the Schools of Architecture, Jour- nalism, Law and Library Science; the Departments of Art, Botany, and Zoology, Chemistry, Classics, Geology, Music, and Physics. Page 76 University student received legal advice at the Law School ' s Legal Aid Clinic. Dr. Gordon Whaley, Dean of the Graduate School, awarded Henry R. Henney, Jr. his Ph. D. degree in Microbiology by placing the traditional hood on his robe. Doctoral degree candidate, Henry R. Henney, Jr., spent many late hours preparing research for his Ph. D. degree. Page 77 Schools of Architecture and Pharmacy trained students for professional careers. The primary responsibility of the School of Architecture as seen by its faculty was to assist each student to acquire an education that would allow him both to make sound value judgements and to accept an active and positive role in society. The curriculum offered not only experience in profes- sional subjects but also in the humanities. An expanded emphasis on a liberal arts program reflected an increasing awareness that the. thoughtful contemplation of man, his accomplishments and his potential, was the best preparation for fruitful work in any field, including architecture. The expanding role of the architect required -a highly competent professional who was capable of understanding important aspects of many other fields and activities. The School of Architecture was accepting its share of responsibility in the training such an architect. The Drug-Plastic Research Laboratory of the School of Pharmacy served as a consulting laboratory to the U. S. Public Health Service. It was also honored by the University of Maryland School of Medicine, and by Temple University for its research work in plastics for medical applications. One project the laboratory engaged in was the study of the Toxicity of Plastic Extracts. Dr. W. L. Guess, and Dr. John Autian, Directors of the laboratory and Mr. David J. Galley, Research Associate conducted this study. They sought to develop both practical and theoretical knowledge of plas- tics which could be used through various medical applica- tions, including implantation of plastic into humans as or- gans or parts of organs. Since it was established in 1961 the Drug Plastic Research Laboratory had received support from the National Cancer Institute U. S. Public Health Service, private industry, and the University Research Institute. Thirty-three full-time and part-time workers, including eight graduate students were employed. Students prepared examples of their work for display at Round-Up Show- case. First year architecture students explored three-dimensional composi- tion. Page 78 The Pharmacy Department conducted an experiment on the Toxicity of Plastic Extracts. Page 79 Division of Extension extended their program throughout state. The Division of Extension, organized 55 years ago, had as its principal objective the dissemination of knowledge to all citizens of the state of Texas. One of its primary func- tions was interpreting to adult citizens the recent advances that had been made in various scientific areas and explaining how these advances affected their daily fives. The Extension Division used the slogan " the state of Texas is our campus " for many years, and it was proud of rendering some type of extension service to 253 of the 254 counties in Texas. Approximately 40,000 adults enrolled in non-credit con- ferences and seminars that were planned and programed to provide better understanding of the world in which they lived. Subject matter for these conferences and seminars encompassed all of the schools and colleges of the University. The division provided college-credit extension and corre- spondence courses for over 10,000 students. The majority of these students were employed adults who wished to continue their formal education. Statewide education services were offered in audio-visual instruction through workshops and the film library. This enabled public schools to improve their instruction methods. The University of Texas Interscholastic league provided statewide administration of all academic, cultural, and ath- letic contests conducted on an organized basis throughout the Texas public high schools. Over 500,000 high school students were enrolled in these activities, and the League was the largest organization of its type in the United States. The Division of Extension sponsored the Interscholastic League One Act Play competition. Public school personnel attended workshops at the Visual Instruction Bureau to learn about the use of instructional media. Extension Seminars were held in National Technology for the employees of the petroleum industry. Page 80 SPECIAL AWARDS ' ! ' J . ... " II m ' vk i w H , ,- H MS. m tt . .: OUTSTANDING STUDENTS The Outstanding Students were chosen by a committee composed of the Dean of Student Life, Dean of Women, As- sistant Dean of Student Life in charge of Campus Organiza- tions, President of the Students ' Association, Daily Texan Ed- itor, Cactus Editor, and Cactus Associate Editor. The basic requirements for an Outstanding Student were an approximate grade point average of a 2. and Junior classi- fication. The committee ' s selection of the twenty Outstanding Students was based on the student ' s contributions to The University of Texas, scholarship, leadership, and participa- tion in campus organizations and activities. The committee considered both the activities and the quality of the student ' s performance in an activity. LLOYD WILLIS BIRDWELL, JR. Dallas, Graduate School Delta Tau Delta Secretary, Joe D. Wilson Award; Orientation Advisors Committee Chairman; Stu- dent Leaders Seminar in Chile; Friar Society; Campus Chest Publicity Committee Co-Chairman; Texas Union Advisory Board; YMCA Play Dis- cussion Committee Chairman; Eeyore ' s Birthday Party. MARTHA JEANNE PURCELL Houston, Junior, Government Chi Omega President; Student Assembly; Spooks President; Texas Union Council and Leadership Board; Orange Jackets; Mortar Board; Texas Today and Tomorrow Steering Committee; Blue- bonnet Belle Finalist; Goodfellow. RICHARD VANSTEENKISTE Austin, Graduate School, Geography Tejas Club President; Student Assembly; THE DAILY TEXAN, News Editor, Assistant Manag- ing Editor, Panorama Founding Editor; Student Leaders Seminar in Chile; University Parking and Traffic Committee; Sigma Delta Chi President; Gamma Theta Upsilon Vice-President. Page 81 THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS GEORGE DAVID CARLOCK Honey Grove, 1st Year Law Dads ' Day Outstanding Boy; Friar Society; Silver Spurs President; Texas Student Publications Board; Student Assembly; Representative Party Chairman; Senior Cabi- net; Round-Up Ticket Chairman; Sigma Nu. CAROLYN KAY WALLS Brownwood, Junior, Education Texas Today and Tomorrow Steering Committee; Texas Union Council, House Committee Chairman; All-Cam- pus Advisory Council Vice-Chairman ; Orange Jackets; Cap and Gown Council; Round-Up Steering Committee; " Y " Volunteer Program to Texas Confederate Home Chairman; Alpha Xi Delta Song-Leader, Scholarship Award; Goodfellow. YUICHI OZAWA Osaka, Japan, Graduate School, Engineer- ing International Club President, Vice-Presi- dent; Omega Chi Epsilon; Phi Lambda Epsilon. Page 32 XAS OUTSTANDING STUDENTS L I MARY TEDFORD GRIFFITH Austin, Senior, History Student Assembly; Orange Jackets Secretary; Spooks Vice- President; Alpha Chi Omega Panhellenic Representative; Orientation Procedures Committee; Cap and Gown Council President; Operation Brainpower; A S Council; Good- fellow. ALICE ANN MARSHALL Austin, Senior, Mathematics Challenge, Co-Ordinator and Registration Co-Chairman; Mor- tar Board; YWCA Vice-President and Juvenile Delinquent Tactical Group Leader; Orange Jackets; Presbyterian Student Fellowship Secretary; Dean ' s List; Goodfellow. Page 83 THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS ( THOMAS BRADEN DALY Galveston, Senior, Architecture IMAGE, Editor; Cactus Associate Editor; Student bly; Friar Society; Student Leaders Seminar Assem- Chile; Catholic Student Center Advisory Board; Tejas Club; Round- Up Showcase Co-Chairman; Student AIA President; YMCA Cabinet; Tau Sigma Delta. NELL KATHLEEN MARTIN Houston, Senior, Government YWCA National Vice-Chairman, Regional Council Chairman, Human Relations Committee Chairman, YWCA-YMCA Cabi- net; Challenge Tri-Coordinator ; Mortar Board; Orange Jack- ets Treasurer ; Cap and Gown Council ; Goodfellow. Page 84 XAS OUTSTANDING STUDENTS RICHARD DANIEL MAULDIN Azle, Senior, Mathematics Varsity Football, Dallas Morning News All-Southwest Conference Team, Academic All- American ; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta Sigma; Silver Spurs. TYRA ANN COX Fredericksburg, Senior, Nutrition Spooks Pledge Trainer, Vice-President ; Cordettes Com- mander; Orange Jackets; Students ' Association Secre- tary; Goodfellow; Outstanding Freshman and Outstand- ing Advisor on Freshman Council; All Campus Ad- visors; ROTC Meritorious Service Award; Bluebonnet Belle Finalist; Phi Beta Kinsol ving. TIMOTHY DON VON DOHLEN Coliad, Senior, Pharmacy Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association President; Student Assembly; Lamba Chi Alpha President; Interfraternity Council; Silver Spurs; Kappa Psi; Intra-Pharmacy Council; Catholic .Student Center Advisory Board; Chal- lenge Program Co-Chairman ; Neuman Club. Page 85 THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS |0 BRUCE ARTHUR KOWERT Fredericksburg, Graduate School, Chemis- try Longhorn Band President; Kappa Kappa Psi President; Friar Society; Phi Beta Kappa; Tejas Club; Phi Kappa Phi; Merck Index Award ; Goodfellow. FRANCES SPIVY Texarkana, Junior, Government YWCA Vice-President, President Elect, Cabinet Mem- ber, Human Relations Committee; Model United Na- tions Secretariat; Visiting Fellows Co-Chairman; Kappa Kappa Gamma Activity Chairman, Chaplain, Outstanding Sophomore; Orange Jackets; Sweetheart Finalists; Good- fellow; Bluebonnet Belle Finalist; Spooks. ANITHA THERESA MITCHELL Dallas, Senior, Zoology YWCA Human Relations Committee, Cabinet; Orange Jackets Contact Co-Chairman; Alpha Kappa Alpha Vice- President; Challenge Publicity Co-Chairman; Mortar Board Treasurer; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Chancellor Ran- som ' s Advisory Board; Phi Beta Kinsolving; Spooks. Page 86 EXAS OUTSTANDING STUDENTS ' ' - DIANA DALE HASKINSON Houston, Junior, Mathematics Delta Zeta President; Orange Jackets Vice-President; Stu- dent Assembly; Mortar Board; Bluebonnet Belle; Cactus Student Government Editor; Angel Flight; Panhellenic Spe- cial Fund Committee Chairman; Texas Union Leadership Laboratory; Operation Brainpower. KEITH ORIEL REEVES Pasadena, Senior, Psychology Alpha Phi Omega Campus Projects Director, Treasurer, Ad- ministrative Vice-President, Distinguished Service Key Award; Psi Chi; Election Commission Campaign Supervisory Com- mittee Chairman; UT-JFK Memorial Library Drive; Faculty- Student Discipline Committee; Freshman Orientation Advisor; Faculty-Student Health Committee; Texas Union Leadership Laboratory. Page 87 Students are ineligible to receive the Outstanding Student Award more than once. The students listed below have re- ceived the award and are still attending the University: Judy Schleyer Blanton Cynthia Louise Brantley Clarence Vaughn Bray Tommie Drew Cauthorn John Robert Cope Michal Barry Cotton Jessica Royece Darling Carolyn Draeger Jim R. Fletcher Carol Glee Ingram Samuel E. Kinch, Jr. Mary Kathryn Kulchak Lowell H. Leberman, Jr. Gregory Owen Lipscomb Yvonne Charmayne Marsh Edgar Allen Miller Glen Burke Musgrove John Mack Orr Comer O. Patterson, Jr. Sharon Sue Rountree Mickey David Sandgarten Marion Sanford Bea Ann Smith Donald Richard Smith JoAnn Pankratz Stiles Leah Ann Weaver OUTSTANDING STUDENTS MARY LOVEY WOOD Mission, Graduate School, Speech Therapy Texas Union Vice-President and Leadership Chairman, Speakers Committee; Orange Jackets; Sigma Alpha Eta Executive Board; Texas Today and Tomorrow; Cactus Honoraries Editor; Bluebonnet Belle; Round-Up Revue Script Chairman; Cap and Gown Council; Goodfellow; Alpha Delta Pi. GEORGE TUCKER LANGDON Port Arthur, Senior, Architecture Student Assembly; Visiting Fellows Co-Chairman; Tejas Club Speakers Committee; Sphinx Vice-President, Pro- gram Committee Chairman; Tau Sigma Delta; Archi- tecture Student Council; Senior Cabinet; Student AIA Publicity Committee Chairman ; Goodfellow. Page 88 Left to Right: Cynthia Louise Brantley, John Malcolm McRae, Mary Kathryn Kulchak MEMORIAL AWARDS The award for the Most Outstanding Independent Woman Student, the Marjorie Darelik Memorial Award, was pre- sented to Mary Kathryn Kulchak. This award is given for outstanding scholarship, service, and extracurricular activi- ties. The award for the Most Outstanding Senior Woman Stu- dent, was presented to Cynthia Louise Brantley. Silver Spurs sponsor this award given for leadership, academic achieve- ment, and service to the University. The Mike Flynn Citizenship Award is presented each year to the male student who most nearly " fills Mike Flynn ' s shoes. " Selection is based on service and extracurricular ac- tivities. This year the award was presented to John Malcolm McRae. Each of these awards was presented at the second annual Leadership Awards Convocation held on Friday, April 2, 1965, Round-Up weekend. Page 89 DADS ' DAY AWARDS Each year 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, scholarship, and service to the Uni- versity. This year the awards went to Sharon Sue Rountree of San Angelo and George David Carlock of Honey Grove. Sharon Sue Rountree George David Carlock Page 90 ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA HONORARY SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY FOR FRESHMAN WOMEN Founded, University of Illinois, 1924 Texas Chapter, 1935 Fall ELIZABETH CHRISTINE HALL JOHANNA GEBHART DONNA JEANNE POOL KATHLEEN SHIVE MARGARET BERRY . OFFICERS .... President . . . . . . Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer . .... Historian . . . . . . Faculty Sponsor . . Spring KAY BOYLES SHEILA RAE MORRIS NANCY LYNNE JOSTES MARY EILEEN POTCHERNICK . MARGARET BERRY Jeanette Adele Adams Donna Marie Atherton Johanna Frances Bannon Pamela Mae Benjamin Jeanne Louise Boise Muriel Jan Bouck Barbara Anne Carroll Carol Jean Clare Janice Ann Cockrell Linda Kay DaLaune Loyette Ann Dillion Sandra Lynn Dykes Elizabeth Ann Egelhoff Carolyn Virginia Evans Marilyn Frances Friedman Lana Sue Frizzel Johanna Gebhart Judith Anne Gitlin Sue Lynn Glidden Gloria Faye Brown Harriette Ann Clark Elizabeth Ellen Dancey Diane Davidson Carolyn Wood Grove Janet Irene King Heidi Rose Anderson Joan Ashburne Patricia Lynn Bailey Nancy Jean Bales Meredith Ball Stephanie LeBaron Barker Jane Barkley Kay Boyles Lorelei Bela Brown Cheryl Ann Burr Sylvia Lynn Byrom Susan Kay Callaway Brenda Sue Carney Marianne Carroll Cynthia Clark Karen Frances Cromack Karen Gay Cronquist Kay Ellen Cude Donna Sue Davenport Cynthia Anne Davis Rebecca Ann Davis MEMBERS Mary Jane Glimp Elizabeth Christine Hall Frances Olivia Hill Margaret Ann Hinkle Sherri Anne Hudgens Carolyn Hunter Joyce Ann Ingram Barbara Kaye Peggy Kellough Betty Chris Looney Mary Jean Looney Dorothy McLeod Maclnerney Mary Anne Maxa Paula Ann McMartin Mary Lou Melville Judith Ann Michna Lizette Lynn Miller Claudia Jean Morgan Willa Lois Pinto FALL INITIATES Beth Ann Knight Anne Elaine Kolb Karen Jean Lavender Janet Lynn Matthews Sally Ann Mehrens SPRING INITIATES Margaret Cheryl Day Deborah Len Dirks Jacqueline Dodd Mary Elizabeth Doering Nella Carol Dornbluth Peggy Jean Dyer Velvet Edwards Faye Elizabeth Engeling Joan Barbara Fenton Kate Tarry Flack Johanna Franke Judi Ilene Freeman Linda Kay Garrison Judy Ann Gillis Judy Ella Gordon Carol Ann Grinaker Mary Kathryn Johnson Nancy Lynne Jostes Sharon Rae Katz Constance N. Malloy Muriel Joy Melcher Page 91 Donna Jeanne Pool Nancy Rebecca Porter Elizabeth Susan Rockwood Mary Doyle R-ogers Suzette Rothen Phyllis Claire Russell Sara Nell See Kathleen Shive Susan Hubbard Sikes Sue Steele Simmons Linda Gayle Stevens Elizabeth Kay Strieber Sharon Ruth Terwelp Carolyn Ann Tollman Penelope Warren Diane Weber Janice Eileen Willenborg Suzanne Wilkins Williams Lettie Young Mary Margaret Moore Evelyn Duggan Muelder Cynthia Sue Niell Mary Louise Nuuttila Belinda Rusco Kathlyn Nell Meschke Claire Ann Miller Amber Sharon Morris Sheila Rae Morris Margaret Lynn Mulvaney Mary Margaret Neikirk Carolyn Owens Chris Ann Peterson Sheila Elena Plischke Mary Eileen Potchernick Linda Elaine Reagan Laura Yvonne Roye Geneva Lee Schleimer Rhana K. Smith Margaret Jean Snyder Willette Elizabeth Stevenson Nancy Eileen Stover Sidneye Carol Trulock Mary Lee Umland Gail Kay Ungerleider Judith Gail Weber BETA GAMMA SIGMA HONORARY BUSINESS FRATERNITY Founded, University of Wisconsin, 1907 Texas Chapter, 1922 OFFICERS President CHARLES HENRY GRIFFIN V ice-President DOROTHY AYRES Secretary-Treasurer EDMUND CLAYTON LYNCH Lester Lum Colvert Henry H. Dewar S. Marcus Greer HONORARY MEMBERS A. G. McNesse, Jr. Charles N. Froth ro H. J. Stark Jack G. Taylor Carl J. Thomsen Gus Wortham R. Clifton Anderson Jim G. Ashburne Earl Norman Bailey Joseph Kenneth Bailey William Bernard Barrett Winston C. Beard John Strock Bickley Jack William Cashin Samuel Whitten Chisholm Alonzo B. Cox Franklin Lanier Cox Edward William Cundiff FACULTY MEMBERS William King Daugherty Harry Dillashaw, Jr. Rudolph Conrad Doenges James Clay Dolley Charles Henry Griffin Alfred Edward Hofflander James Rudolph Kay Jerome B. Kernan James Cearley Kinard Charles Richard Klasson Eugene Wasdon Lambert, Jr. Matthew Andrew Landry, Jr. Lanh Elizabeth Lanham Edmund Clayton Lynch Norton Elliott Marks Francis Barns May George Hillis Newlove Charles Lee Prather Bruce W. Roberson Lawrence L. Schkade Richard Allen Scott Robert E. Seiler Alan Leslie Sleeper C. Aubrey Smith Everett Grant Smith Raymond M. Sommerfeld Montrose S. Sommers Burnard H. Sord William Robert Spriegel Alfred F. Steiert John R. Stockton Charles Wallace Taylor Ernest W. Walker Glenn Albert Welsch John Arch White Charles Theodore Zlatkovich FALL INITIATES Edwin William Adams, Jr. Marilyn Tollefson Allday Joe Henry Bearden Al Evans Birdwell Jerry Lee Brooks Ralph Vaughn Carson, Jr. Robert Lee Clark Susan Ashworth Cowey Samir Bibawy Fahmy Diane Adair James R. Adams Cecil Claude Alton Charles Houston Al worth Mark Jay Brookner Jim Hood Browder Max Brown, Jr. Eugene Philip Cannon Millard Don Cannon Berniece Ann Featherston Stonewall Jackson Fisher, III Richard Shriner Glassett Thomas Vernon Greer Elliott W. Hardin, Jr. I! 11 I ' M- Fred Harris Bobby Don Hart Ralph Christian Harvey Ronald David Karchmer Robert Eugene Knachel Harris Bernard Lieberman Roger Mannschreck James Utah McNeal Patricia Jo Moseley Pauline Skidmore Price Nathaniel Frasier Robberson Terry Lamar Robinson Donald Ralph Sargent SPRING INITIATES Estha Willborn Chism Claude Leon Crowley Everett George Dillman Henry Glaeser Dove Gary Leonard Duke Joseph F. Fojtasek John S. Fuhrmann Glen Miles Gammill Ronaldo Eduardo Guerra Joe Harrell Jones Sharon Ann Wood Jones Leonard Nelson Juncker John Rawlins Lewis ilip Warren Ljungdahl rnell Louise Pape iddy Gordon Pettigrew Elrees Porche, Jr. itch Hardy Raiborn, Jr. Ralph Paul Schrader William Gary Shenkir David Sone Harold St. Clair Sparks, III Roger David Swaim Harold Don Teague Jerry Wade Thomas Charles Clifford Wendler Joseph Stefan Yardas Jerry Lamar Robinson Robert Evan Shaw, Jr. Terry L. Sladek William Roy Southard Tames Ellis Stafford Johnny Mathew Stevens Joan Marlene Sundbeck Alfred Earl White, Jr. Page 92 FRIAR SOCIETY HONOR SOCIETY FOR MEN Founded, The University of Texas, 1911 OFFICERS Fall JOHN ROBERT COPE CLARENCE VAUGHN BRAY JIM RAY FLETCHER . . Abbot . Scivener Almoner Spring CLARENCE VAUGHN BRAY . STEPHEN DAILY SUSMAN . GEORGE DAVID CARLOCK Charles T. Clark John Connally William A. Cunningham H. C. Englehart FACULTY MEMBERS Gus M. Hodges Ettore H. F. Infante Albert P. Jones Clarence Vaughn Bray Jack Bethel Brown Tommy Drew Cauthorn John Robert Cope Calvin Cleave Nolen Arno Nowotny John G. Steele Benjamin Fletcher Wright MEMBERS Michal Barry Gotten William Cook Fielder Jim Ray Fletcher Leon Norrod Graham William Neal Kocurek Magne Kristiansen Lowell Leberman Gregory Owen Lipscomb Bobby Glen Odle John Mack Orr Howard Nixon Roberts Larry Lynn Schoenbrun Donald Richard Smith George David Carlock Thomas Braden Daly FALL INITIATES Bruce Arthur Kowert Edgar Allen Miller Comer 0. " Pat " Patterson Stephen Daily Susman Lloyd Willis Birdwell, Jr. Clif W. Drummond SPRING INITIATES Dan Adolph Fleckman John Malcolm McRae James Hoke Peacock, II Timothy Don VonDohlen Page 93 KAPPA DELTA PI HONORARY EDUCATION FRATERNITY Founded, University of Illinois, 1911 Texas Chapter, 1916 OFFICERS President ELIZABETH JEAN KUBIAK Vice-President SANDRA LEE WILLARD Secretary LETA ANN THAXTON Treasurer LINDA KAY ARNOLD Historian . . MARGARET KUTAC HONORARY MEMBER Fred Earl Ingerson, Sr. Mary E. Alderson Margaret Berry Carlton H. Bowyer William Paxton Boyd FACULTY MEMBERS David P. Butts Sylvia A. Clayton Clyde C. Colvert William Earle Drake Laurence D. Haskew Willie Holdsworth Fred Earl Ingerson, Sr. Mack E. McLeod John Ormand Rodgers Peter Andrew Soderbergh Vesta I. Watson James Jolliff Weston MEMBERS Olga Gwendolyn Akin Mary E. Buice Alderson Linda Kay Arnold Earnell Beckham Dorothy Burdeshaw Patsy Jeanne Byfield Carolyn Ann Gates Carolyn Ruth Coker Janet M. Dahl Mrs. John Davis Charles H. Dolesal Carolyn Draeger Suzanne Eleanore Earhart Don Michael Flournoy Mary Ann Flournoy Judye Ann Galeener Martha Louise Gaskin Mrs. Lloyd Gober Joseph D. Gullo Sue Harrington Nancy Jo Harrison Ladonna Hammett Heaton Carole Brooks Henry Gloria Hicks Marion W. Holmes Dorothy Jane Janecek Gladys E. Johnson Loyce Ann Katz Judy Kennedy Martha Lee Kidd Edwin George Kloppe Kathryn Rose Kramer Elizabeth Jean Kubiak Margaret Mary Kutac Anna Katherine Leal Jesse Bennett Malone Alice Ann Marshall Barbara Kay McDougall Elaine Elizabeth Naiser Lynn Ellen Owen Betty Ruth Oyervides Janet Joan Scott Judith Ann Sims Barbara Elizabeth South Nanette E. Stokes Leta Ann Thaxton Joyce Kay Turner Dottie M. Varner Charles B. Watts Sandra Lee Willard Anna Leslie Wood Betty Lee Wright Dorothy Wyatt Wanean Wyrick Donna Lee Younker Carolyn Josey Young Carol Vaughan Ayres Janie Carol Barker Carol Elizabeth Borsch Sarah Frances Burcham Barbara Grace Busche Ella P. Chankler Lois Ann Elliott Charlyn Ellison Robert Joseph Franzetti FALL INITIATES Judith Ann Gunn Rebecca Howard Harris Judith Renee House Ann Elizabeth Howell Judy Lynn Huffaker Margaret Ann Jessup Rebecca S. Johnson Carolyn Patricia Liford Carolyn Joyce Lilley Sharon Kay Martin Carolyn Washburn Mehr Margaret Ann Meihaus Irene R. Meitzen William Elaine Miller Linda Ruth Milligan Lorraine Betancourt Murray Denny Newberry Mary Jane Orr Myra Ann Osborn Martha A. Phillips George Thomas Rowland Peter Andrew Soderbergh Herbert Morton Thompson Dianne Thorp Maureen Jean Walsh Shelia L. Beadle Whitesides SPRING INITIATES Donna Elaine Alvermann Marjorie Ann Ball William S. Walker Batey Ann Dale Bauhof Lois Ilene Bell Marline Robin Binder Charlotte P. Birdwell Burdina Root Bobbitt Beverly Anne Bowers Sandra Brennam Carr Martha E. Carstens Frances Carter Casteel Sue A. Christiansen Vicki Sue Cutbirth Marta Lee Davidson Sheryl Key Dehne Frances Kaye Dodson Patricia Sue Donaldson Linda Kay Fletcher Diana Dale Haskinson Priscilla Jane Hester John Joseph Kennedy Judith Irene Kutac Margaret Jean Lay Lynda Nell Lee Annette Helen Lewin Glenda Sue Mays Elizabeth Carolyn McAfee Joan Marie McAfee Janelle Via McKown Lois Rita Pekar Edward Lambert Reagh Elizabeth Ann Reimer David Mclntosh Sherrill Linda Lorraine Smith Patricia J. Stephens Kathleen Frances Whitman Ethel Edna Wiest Nancy C. Wood Sherly Ann Yeary Page 94 KAPPA TAU ALPHA HONORARY JOURNALISM FRATERNITY Founded, Univerily of Missouri, 1910 Texas Chapter, 1961 OFFICER President . . EMILY-MAE STAFFORD HONORARY MEMBER Harry Provence : Norris G. Davis Joe Bertram Frantz Mary Adelaide Gardner Olin Ethmer Hinkle Richard Ray Cole Leon Norrod Graham FACULTY MEMBERS Clyde Richard King Harrell Estes Lee William Irvin McReynolds DeWitt Carter Reddick Alan Scott Ernest Alonzo Sharpe Emily-Mae Stafford Sue Watkins MEMBERS Samuel E. Kinch, Jr. Emily Ann Lamon Gary Howard Mayer James Edward Vowell Sharon Pedrotti Watkins George L. Arnold Bonnie Marie Binford Carole Ferguson Duval SPRING INITIATES Janice Catherine Freeman Robert L. Hiett Dorothy Lillard William Walker Nesbitt Sidney David Nolan, Jr. Frank Daniel Stan- Frank J. Starzel Page 95 MORTAR BOARD HONORARY ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN Founded, Cornell University, 1918 Texas Chapter, 1923 OFFICERS President BEVERLY GAIL HILL V ice-President JULIA ANN BROWN Secretary NELLIE JANE OSTLER Treasurer ANITHA THERESA MITCHELL Historian GENIE BRACHENRIDGE Chapter Editor PATSY JEAN BYFIELD Ira Iscoe FACULTY ADVISORS Douglas Neil Morgan Margaret Helen Hargra ' Sue Correll James Mrs. Irwin Spear Thelma Lockw Etelka S. Lynn Margaret Peck Lucy Rathbnne TBHavel elen Tackett Genie Brackenridge Cynthia Louise Brantley Kay Breckenridge Julia Ann Brown Patsy Jeanne Byfield Barbara Carolyn Ellis Myra Helene Fisher Diane Kathleen Fitts MEMBERS Beverly Gail Hill Mary Kathryn Kulchak Alice Ann Marshall Nell Kathleen Martin Anitha Theresa Mitchell Georgia Ruth Oliver Nellie Jane Ostler Susan Key Pound Karen Lynn Powell Frances Preston Sharon Sue Rountree Mary Patricia Sharpe Kay Vinson Sheldon Bea Ann Smith Lucina Kay Styron April Beall Vicki Sue Calhoun Wilda Lou Campbell Susan Davis Elizabeth Ann Egelhoff SPRING INITIATES Donna Lucille Gibson Cathy Regina Gordon Jill Annette Harris Diana Dale Haskinson Dottie Lillard Martha Jeanne Purcell Lynda Norene Shaffer Carol Ann Walters Mary Ann Wycoff Page 96 OMICRON NU HONORARY HOME ECONOMICS FRATERNITY Founded, Michigan State University, 1912 Texas Chapter, 1924 OFFICERS Foil Spring BONNIE MERLE MESSER President BONNIE MERLE MESSER BARBARA KAYE BOYDSTUN V ice-President PATTI JO FAIRBEND MILDRED ANNE REDD Secretary MILDRED ANNE REDD HELEN MARIANNE ASHMOORE Treasurer HELEN MARIANNE ASHMOORE GLENDA SUE YOUNG Reporter Editor GLENDA SUE YOUNG Dorothy Fehlis Aycock Anna Brightman Jane Snowden Craig Billie Bishop Davenport FACULTY MEMBERS Margaret Anne Eppright Ann Marie Erickson Phyllis Richards Lucy Rathbone Elizabeth Tarpley Jennie Wilmont Jet C. Winters Helen Marianne Ashmoore Bonnie Merle Messer MEMBERS Georgia Ruth Oliver Mildred Anne Redd Sandra Sue Smith Dhandapani Thirumurthi Glenda Sue Young Irene Claire Buske FALL INITIATES Pattie Jo Fairbend Kay Gray Howard Grace Belle Broussard Alice Beryl Carss Sharon Rose Glass Janis Lee Polk SPRING INITIATES Marcia Jane Putegnat Mary Catherine Johnson Ritter Sara Nell See Suzanne Senevey Diane Kay Starr Leta Ann Thaxton Laura Lea Turbiville Elizabeth Eileen Wood Page 97 PHI BETA KAPPA ARTS AND SCIENCES HONORARY Founded, William and Mary College, 1 776 Texas Chapter, 1904 OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary FLETCHER WRIGHT ELLEN C. GARWOOD OBERT E. GREENWOOD Cathy Lee Adelman David Peter Cotellesse Sara Kathryn Davis Jane Logan Carroll Derrick Allan Hirsch Fradkin Lu Ellen Nagel Grossman Barbara Dianne Harris Thomas Lee Hutcheson Richard Newell Jernigan Bonita Jo Johnson Karolen Stella Keane Jeanne Martinak Frederick Albert Matsen, Jr. Elaine Elizabeth Naiser Judy Karen Patterson Arno Clarence Serold Pat Lorraine Kahn Simons Charles Anthony James Smith David Burk Strong Alison Kaye Tartt Marion Kathleen Littau Thomas Calixto Cedric Valle, III William David Warner Margaret Frances Starcke Woodruff Johnny Banister Alexander Andrew Ralph Arno Cynthia Jane Baird Jan Margaret Tips Beckman Nelda Kay Becknell William Larkin Berry Jeanell Buida Bolton Kay Breckenridge Patsy Jeanne Byfield Ruth Carol Carmichael Carolyn Ann Gates Kay Diane Clark William Harold Cooper Carolyn Frances Cunningham Janes Regnald Curry Samuel Jerome Dealey David French Durham CLASSES OF 1965 Robert David Estes Peggy Wynell Tallin Carole Sue Fisch Michael Clark Graves Jane Gardner Howe Gregory Dorothy Anne Haecker Terry Lee Hagle Rose Ann Hart John Anthony Herring Beverly Gail Hill Mary Frances Hill Jo Lynne Hopkins Joanne Elizabeth Jakle Judith Anne Jamison William Carroll Keach, Jr. Richard Charles Lampion Thomas Michael Leary Richard Daniel Mauldin Bruce Cameron McLeod John Allen McMillen Wallace Brand Mendelson Patrick Allen Moore Linda Caroline Myers Robert James Naas John Richard Porter Susan Key Pound Harry Max Rosenthal Millard Lee Sloan Bea Ann Smith Terri Ann Spearman Sandra Elizabeth Stark John David Tannich Bobby Neal Turman Dorothy Ann Wyatt Robert Wallace Young Particia Ann Athey Kenneth Terry Bacon JUNIOR MEMBERS Janet Mathilda Dahl James Everett Key, II Myra Ann Osborn Pliny Cleland Smith Wilburn Crockett Underwood, II Page 98 PHI ETA SIGMA FRESHMAN HONORARY SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY Founded, University of Illinois, 1923 Texas Chapter, 1931 OFFICERS President JOHN HUDSON MATLOCK V ice-President DANIEL ARTHUR WOODS Secretary-Treasurer RALPH VINCENT BAILEY Historian JERRY LYNN THOMPSON Faculty Advisor ARNO NOWOTNY HONORARY MEMBERS James Pinkney Hart Lyndon Baines Johnson Arno Nowotny Theophilus Shickel Painter Robert Lee Sutherland Richard Smith Arnold Benjamin Lee Blend Michael James Cracraft Gary Bruce Deason Whitson Beasley Ethridge, II Richard Eugene Flint Donald Howard Fortune John Edward Hendershot, Jr. FALL INITIATES Edwin Leon Holstien Edward Christian Jelks John Porter Johnson James Brian Klahn Lee George litzler George Baxter Mackey Robert Leonard McDonald Kenneth Michael Nugent Roger Craig Propes Joseph Murray Riddell, III Kent Morrison Rider Joseph Hal Roqueniore Kenneth Senkow James Gladstone Stewart Lowery Lee Thompson Ray Alan Verm Wallace Glenn Wallington Thomas Edwin Watts Leon K. Whitehouse Milton Craig Williams Warren Stewart Williams SPRING INITIATES John George Aldrich Evan Marcus Anders Hal Nimmo Anderson, Jr. Lee Vanderpool Ansell Richard Henry Anton Thomas Frank Bailey Leslie Gene Barnes Roy Eugene Bates Allan Klark Bean Howard Lee Bedingfield, Jr. William Oliver Bellnoski, III Richard Lee Bernstein Mark William Bierner Mark Blumenthal Richard Elwood Boner Steven Sprague Boss Robert Stephen Boyer Arthur John Brender, Jr. Kenneth Martin Brown Myron Daniel Brown Michael John Buchele Maxie Earl Burnham Kenneth Thomas Carroll John Ritchey Clayton Robert Monroe Collie, Jr. John Thomas Conly James Bennett Creed, Jr. Warren Wayne Crump James Omar Cure James Amador Daross Dennis Lee Dawson Terrill Alan DeFraties Jesse Clyde Delee Robert Eric DeWeese John Theodore Dierksen Lloyd Alton Doggett, II Eugene Craig Dorf Clayton Wentworth Eifler Charles Eugene Ellis Earl Lee Ellisor, Jr. James Franklin Feather, Jr. Richard Finley Ferguson William Maurice Ferris Stanley Charles Froehner Patrick James Gearing Thomas Jefferson Gibson, IV Paul Schuyler Gingrich Randall Maurice Goethais Marvin Clifton Graham, Jr. Richard Mark Grosse David Gene Grote Richard Dee Gulledge Gary Jack Hannon Monty Lynn Harrell Louis David Helwick Robert Mack Herman Robert Elvin Hickox Lowell Thomas Higgins Steven Woodrow Hill Thomas Andrew Hill Gary Alan Hoffman Charles Guy Hooks, III Sidney Gates Hooper, Jr. Andrew Edward Hoover, Jr. Forrest Frank Hopkins Alan Randolph Houser Rollen Edward Houser James Larry Hubka James Frederick Hunt John Francis Irwin Michael Robinson Irwin George Byron Jamison, II Howard James Johnson, Jr. Thomas Monk Jones William Richard Jonson Walter Kurt Juncker, Jr. Donald Walter Kemper Richard Lee Kimbrough Norman Wallace Krouskop, Jr. Andrew Crockett Kyle David Michael Lee Kenneth Jay Levy James Michael Lutz Charles Gerald Lytle Coy Lewis May Bruce Alan McComas Herbert Luther McDaniel Frank Patrick McGovern Steve Allen McKeon Albert Ross McWilliams, Jr. Larry Earl Meyer T. A. Miller, HI Keith Denver Moore Sidney Machen Morris, Jr. Jerry Lynn Morrisey Irvin Melvin Newman, Jr. Robert Edgar Nix Jackie Don Noteware Kenneth Clarke Olivier Lawrence Miller Payne Charles Edward Pehr Albert Neal Pfeiffer Ronald Lynn Polasek Thomas Gordon Price, Jr. William Curtis Raschke Tommy Doc Raye James Allan Richardson James Beauford Riggs Alan Bruce Roberts Michael 0. Rosenwasser James Richard Ross Lawrence Sullivan Ross Hector de Jesus Ruiz-Cardenas Michael James Russell Richard Stephen Russell Robert Vela Saenz Terry Frank Satterwhite Richard J. Savitz Vincent Joseph Scanio, Jr. Russell Henry Schlattman, II Robert Ruben Schmidt, III Joel Ingram Shannon Edwin Reese Sharpe, Jr. Charles Turner Shelton Neal Yard Reynolds Sheffield, II Russell Lee Silverstein John Arthur Smallshaw Juan de Jesus Soteldo John Richard Stein Ronald Joe Taska Albert Lee Van Amburg, III George Douglas Vaughan Malcolm Ellsworth Vaughan Clifford George Vaupel, Jr. Christopher James Viscardi James Russell Walker Richard Henry Walthall John Wesley Ward, Jr. Charles Michael Watson Sanford Alan Weiner Eric Lane Westerman Dennis Ray Wheaton Larry Paul White Jerome Paul Wiesner James Cochran Wiley Theodore Rolf Windecker John Hal Wray Mickey Lynn Wright George Griffin Wyche Pat Wylie Page 99 RHO CHI HONORARY PHARMACEUTICAL SOCIETY Founded, University of Michigan, 1922 Texas Chapter, 1929 OFFICERS Fall Spring GEORGE ROGERS BEAN President CHARLES DAVID ROSS LESLIE HARDING MUENZLER V ice-President DALE DWAYNE MANESS ALEX HERMAN Historian ALEX HERMAN ROBERT GRAVES BROWN Secretary-Treasurer ROBERT GRAVES BROWN Carl Clarence Albers Glenn David Appelt John Autian Alex Herman Robert Graves Brown Henry Matthew Burlage Frank Peter Cosgrove George Rodgers Bean Gloria Elma Garcia Mario Alberto Gonzales FACULTY MEMBERS John Emerson Davis Jaime N. Delgado Paul Frank Geiger William Francis Gidle Gunnar Gjerstad Wallace Lewis Guess Esther Jane Wood Hall Eugene Ivan Isaacson . MEMBERS Dale Dwayne Maness Leslie Harding Muenzler Sharon Herbert Nelson Robert Lester Lantos Frederick Valentine Lofgren Reginald William Lowe Joseph Ruben Moreno Herbert Frederick Schwartz, II William Johnson Sheffield Lee Frank Worrell Michael Byron Rodell Sidney Alan Rosenbluth Charles David Ross Robert Leslie Appling William Clyde Brownlow Fred Ivan Burney James Randall Galloway Edwyn Irving Goldberg Sushil Kumar Comer INITIATES Don Hallmark Barry Andrew Henslrr Bill David Jobe Anthony Charles Jung Maria Josefa Perez Loyd Douglas Rowe, Jr. Reynaldo Saenz James Daniel Stein Carlos Valdez Jimmy Lee Whisenhunt Billy Burben Wylie Page 100 TAU SIGMA DELTA HONORARY ARCHITECTURE FRATERNITY Founded, University of Michigan, 1916 Texas Chapter, 1931 OFFICERS Chapter Master . . Chapter Scribe . . . Chapter Recorder JAMES ARTHUR SMITH, JR. .. ROBERT SMITH MABRY JAMES KENNETH WATSON HONORARY MEMBER Alan Y. Taniguchi Drury Blackeley Alexander FACULTY MEMBERS Martin S. Kermacy Hugh Lyon McMath Thomas Whitehead Shefelman Kynn Monroe Cole Thomas Braden Daly George Tucker Langdon, Jr. MEMBERS Robert Smith Mabry John Herbert Matthys Daniel Lewis Schodek Wayne Maxwell Shull James Arthur Smith, Jr. James Howard Stephens Jeanne Keith Williams Gerald W. Daniels, Jr. Richard Clark Donehoo Lee John Govatos Karal Kay Howard Edmund Joseph Hubenak Edward Llewellyn Hughes SPRING INITIATES Ernesto G. Liebrecht Bonnie Merle Messer Terry Martin Moor John Milton Powell Marcia Jane Putegnat Mildred Anne Redd Michael Allen Shelton Gerald Paul Stuyck Dale Morley Taylor Don Lee Tew Jerry Wayne Theis James Kenneth Watson Page 101 TAU BETA PI HONORARY ENGINEERING FRATERNITY FOR MEN Founded, Lehigh University, 1885 Texas Chapter, 1916 OFFICERS Fall Spring JACKIE LEE STONE President JACKIE LEE STONE ROBERT RANDOLFH CADDEL Vice-President ROBERT RANDOLPH CADDEL EDWARD ANTHONY YABLONSKI .... Corresponding Secretary JOHN ALTON POSEY, JR. ROBERT ADALBERT McLAUCHLAN ....Recording Secretary . . . ROBERT ADALBERT McLAUCHLAN DANIEL D. KUBIN Treasurer DANIEL D. KUBIN DANIEL ROY SEBESTA Cataloger DANIEL ROY SEBESTA Gonzalez Jorge Acosta William Dean Atkins James D. Bargainer John W. Bedenbender Barry A. Berisford Surinder K. Bhagat Marvin Bloomquist John Boehl Raymond Bohls Walter Butch Bradley Oran Brigham James P. Brill Robert James Brown Squire Lee Brown Milton Buchanan Robert Randolph Caddel Roy Canon Kenneth Castleman Carroll Chapman Kynn Monroe Cole Thomas L. Cole William D. Conine, III Joseph Thomas Cordaro Harry Michael Coyle David M. Darsey Larry Farmer Timothy Fowler Wallace Fowler Donald Gene Anderson Saleh Abdulrahman Athel James Key Beard Robert Franklin Boggus Charles Stevens Bohmfalk Willard Eugene Bollman Robert Reece Bostick William Walter Braymen Jaime F. Brito Dwight Alton Caughfield Daniel Colunga Edwin Theodore Davis, Jr. Phillip Walter Davis Arthur John Deex William Lynn Docekal Donald Robert Dolezalek Otto Friedrich William Garrard Walter B. Gillette David Grissom Roland Haden Bob Hanks Dale Harbison Charles Harlow Frank Harris David Hawkins Wayne L. Heintschel James Gordon Helpinstill Robert Jack Herring James Bryan Hicks Claude Earl Hildebrand, Jr. James Hinderer Jon Horton W. Ronald Hudson Gary Lynn Hunt Charles Koch Magne Kristianse Daniel Kubin Fred William Langner Roscoe Lee Herman G. Lehman, III Charles W. Lindsey, III James Joseph Magee Howell W. Mann MEMBERS Alton Martin Gayle Patrick Martin Michael Masten John Matthys David Mayhall Roy Travis McLamore Robert McLauchlan William McNeill Charles McQtieary Wilbur Meier Edgar A. Mill Edward Moss Robert James Naas Barry Norling Richard Eugene Ober William Oldham Fred Patrick JJichard Perkins Raymond Wayne Persky Harold P irtig Jack Rawls Knut Reistad Howard Roberts Gary Robinson William Erven Sayle, II Allen Burnham Schmitt Daniel Lewis Schodek Bob Schutz FALL INITIATES Donald Hubert Eller Ben Russell Eppright, Jr. Calude Herbert Feistel Frank Michael Floyd Robert Ar thur Forster, HI Henry Louis Gomez Lazarus Gonzales, Jr. Roger Green Camilo Gutierrez Berl Paul Guyton David Sims Hill James Thomas Hoggins Raja Afif Iliya Benny Earl Jay James Franklin Jordan, Jr. James Robert Kamrath Rostam M. Kavoussi Henry Ralph Klawitter Johnny Anthony Kopecky Charles Elbert Laird, Jr. Neil Radell Latimer Larry Douglas Long Donald Allan Maxwell Travis Dean McPherson ' Joseph Paul Molesevich Stephen Leslie Moore James Wynn Moyers I John Mack Orr Chackchai Panichapat David Raymond Parker John David Patterson John Alton Posey, Jr. Daniel Roy Sebesta Edward Charles Sebesta Henry Sebesta Joe Sexton Henry Joseph Sherrer, Jr. John Herman Sherrer Eldon Sims William Stapper James Howard Stephens Mike Stevenson Jackie L. Stone Y. S. Suryanarayana Cecil Teller I. Gayden Thompson James Robert Thompson William Todd Tommy Thurlkill Bernard Frank Tupa Joe Victor John Alvin Voltin Olin Eric Weiss Robert Welch Travis Gordon White John Whitesides David Wieting Robert A. Williams Peyton Yates Robert Wallace Young George Cook Seaman Douglas Maurice Selman Charles William Smith Walter Frank Sommer, Jr. John Norwood Spencer David Bryon Spratt Rao Jagannadha Tatikonda Dhandapani Thirumurthi Tewfic Hanna Toubassi Clinton Norman Waggoner Frederic Weigl James Bradley Whitworth Carol William Wilmsen Arthur E. Wilson Maynard Lee Wilson David Paul Womack SPRING INITIATES Herman Richard Arons Graham Kerr Barnes Lewis John Berniard, III Larry Wayne Bickle Don Whiteman Creager Richard Clark Donehoo David William Dorotik Robert Joseph Dorotik Clarence James Ehlers Paul Gainer Charles A. Guptill Lash Devous Hansborough Herman L. Hellman, Jr. Robert Louis Herndon Harry Leonard Jones Billy R. Karrh Alfred Tyrrell Kott Maan Fuad Lababidi Richard Kent Lennington Lawrence Wayne Maxwell Richard Dixon Maxwell John Harley McElroy Gerald Ralph McLelland John Marland Old Charles Morgan Pearre, III John Reuben Ross Joseph Charles Salvaggio Pete Salvato, Jr. Albert Fred Schkade, Jr. Lynn Dale Seets Michael Thomas Shay Edgar Newman Smith, Jr. Michael Lynn Smith John William Taunton James Howard Tegarden Wadih Hanna Toubassi Joe Byron Underwood Donald Albert Wagner Robert Edward Weirich Claude Alan Wilson Ronald Edward Womack Ronny Vonhoy Yates fcfc JXfc Vi Page 102 ENGINEERING FELLOWS Engineering Fellows, who must be in the top 5% of all students in the College of Engineering, are selected each semester. The Dean of the College honors them with a re- ception and they are given books suitable for their profes- sional library. ADVISORS JOHN J. McKETTA, JR., Dean, College of Engineering BILLY HOWARD AMSTEAD, Assistant Dean, College of Engineering FRESHMAN ENGINEERING FELLOWS John Edward Barton Allan Klark Bean David Charles Bianchi, II Thomas Augustus Bogel Patricia Anne Boring Steven Sprague Boss James Patrick Brady Bonnie Gayle Brooks Thomas Norman Burdette Maxie Earl Burnham Michael Allen Davis James Benthel DeMoss Willie James Dirden Walter Henry DuBose Jerald Paul Dykstra V. Bruce Evans James F. Feather, Jr. Richard Finley Ferguson Ronald Raymond Gentry John Martin Gilmore, Jr. Lawrence Joseph Godwin Warren Douglas Hancock James Frederick Hicks Michael Timothy Hodkin Sidney Cater Hooper, Jr. David Floyd Huber Donald Walter Kemper William Allan Knecht James Allen Knighton Robert Phillip Kuhlman Andrew Crockett Kyle Robert Michael Lesseg John Alexander Lowther, Jr. Roger Harold Massey Robert Lester McDonald Irvin Melvin Newman, Jr. Kenneth Clarke Olivier Thomas Lafayette Pool William Curtis Raschke Charles T. Rogers Arch Chilton Scurlock Julie Shepard James Howard Stanley James Lanning Thompson Robert Norris Trapnell, Jr. William Frost Uzzell Albert Lee Van Amburg, III Malcolm Ellsworth Vaughan Thomas E. Vyse John Wesley Ward Charles Michael Watson Frank Martin Weisser John Charles Wilkinson Kenneth Edward Willmann Front Rota: Hancock, Olivier, Brooks, Boring. Shepard, Massey, Feather. Second Row: McKetta, Barton, Burdette, Scurlock, Hooper, Thompion, Kuhlman, Pool, Hodkin, Kemper, Erai Tnud Row: Knecht, Stanley, Van Amburg, Trapnell, Weiser, Burnbam, Ward, Cilmore. Fourth Row: Bean, Vaughan, Brady, Duboie, McDonald, Kyle, Knighton, Blanch). Fifth Ro Watson, Vyse, Newman. Bogel, DeMoss, Hicks, Lowther, Rogers, Dykstra. Page 103 SOPHOMORE ENGINEERING FELLOWS Gerardo A. Aguirre Larry Oliver Clevenger Jim H. Uerryberry Darryl Paul Greenwood David LeVan Griffis Larry Wayland Grimm Clinton Sylvester Hartmann Edwards Christian Jelks John Hudson Matlock Efgar Oelkers, Jr. Christopher M. Shaughnessy Roy Joel Swanson Guray Tosum Richard Arthur Warriner James Rawls Williams Front Row: McKetta, Clevenger, Matlock, Swanson, Amstead. Second Row: Williams, Grimm, Griffis, Warriner. Third Oelkers, Jelks, Tosum, Shaughnessy, Hartmann, Aguirre. JUNIOR ENGINEERING FELLOWS John H. Davis Paul Douglas Engeling Ben Russell Eppright, Jr. John Baskin Harper Donald Whitesell Hartman John Clark Heideman Richard Kent Lennington Gary Wayne Mathews John Willard Moore Watson Lee Moore Jerome Lee Powell Danny Keith Raley Glenn Andrew Welsch Thomas Lee Wharton Ronny Vonhoy Yates Front Rote: McKetta, Raley, Harper, Heideman, Amstead. Second Rote: Yates, Haitman, Lennington, Powell, Engeling, Epp- right. Third Rota: W. L. Moore, J. W. Moore, Welsch, Wharton, Davis. SENIOR ENGINEERING FELLOWS Front Ron: W. F. Kopecky, SUfg, Martin, Hilderb.nd, Kavoussi. Second Row: McKetU, Taylor, Long, Ytes. Sebesta. Smith, Amstead. Third Rou: Selman, Vollin, Mann, J. A. Kopecky, Nasser. Jones, Bradley. Fourth Row: Moyers, Seaman. Whlteslde., Taunton, Polozeck, Dawson. Laird. Fifth Row: Ober, Athel, Hunt, Feiste], Hessel, Youn|, Yablonski. Page 104 Saleh Abdulrahman Athel Walter Butch Bradley Carroll Thomas Dawson Claude H. Feistel Franklin C. Harris Kenneth Ray Hessel James Bryan Hick Claude Earl Hilderbrand, Jr. Gary Lynn Hunt Harry L. Jones Rostan M. Kavoussi Johnny Anthony Kopecky William Frank Kopecky Charles Elbert Laird, Jr. Larry Douglas Long Howell Wesley Mann Alton Edward Martin Edgar Allen Miller James Wynn Moyers Al-Rashid Nasser Richard E. Ober Jimmy Dale Polozeck George Cook Seaman Edward Charles Sebesta Douglas Maurice Selman Charles Willard Smith Robin Paul Stagg John William Taunton Thomas Pryce Taylor John Alvin Voltin John Lindsey Whitesides, Jr. Robert Alan Williams Edward Anthony Yablonski St. Clair Peyton Yates, Jr. Robert Wallace Young LIMELIGHT f vf. -4 E b b ;; : P " h i Se i THE SELECTION OF A SWEETHEART Each spring the student body elects the girl to be their official representative, the Sweetheart of The University of Texas. The Sweetheart Election Commission is responsible for the nominating procedures to select the sweetheart can- didates. The Sweetheart Election Commission was com- posed of the Assistant Dean of Women, the Dean of Men, the Chairman of the Central Round-Up Committee, the President of Orange Jackets, the President of Mortar Board, the Daily Texan Editor, the Cactus Editor, the Abbot of Friar Society, the President of Alpha Phi Omega, the Secretary of the Students ' Association, the President of the Students ' Association, the Director of the Texas Union, and a Chairman appointed by the Central Round-Up Committee. The members of the Sweetheart Commission nominated ten persons to serve as the Sweetheart Nominating Commit- tee. The committee, which actually nominated the girls that the student body voted on, was made up of the top twenty-five persons nominated by the Commission members. Each of the members of the nominating committee sub- mitted a list of ten girls whom he believed were qualified to be Sweetheart. The Commission tabulated these lists and the top twenty- five girls were submitted to the students to be voted upon. The five finalists were announced and the students again voted. The Sweetheart was presented at the annual Round- Up Revue. Page 105 MARY ESTHER GARNER Sweetheart of The University of Texas A member of Alpha Phi sorority, Mary Esther is a government-history major from Chula Vista, California. Mary Esther has been active in Spooks, Orange Jackets, Operation Brainpower, and has served as a Freshman Council Advisor. She also participated in the Texas Stu- dent Leaders Seminar in Chile. Page 106 THEART fl Prudence Drew Mahaffey Frances Spivy NOMINEES Kathrvn Ann Bailey April Beall Deborah Anne Blamh Louise Connally Jane Gould Cornirk Jill Annette Harris Diana Dale Haskinson Marion Diane Holbrook Barbara E. Malick FINALISTS Elizabeth Anne Oaks NOMINEES Leslie Ann Oakley Martha Jeanne Purcell Carolyn Marie Reeb Helen Elizabeth VanWagoner Flo Ann Vaughan Carolyn Kay Walls Theo Nancy Wilkes Dana Rose Wortham Mary Ann Wycoff Daisy Clark Whitridge Page 109 V THE SELECTION OF A BLUEBONNET BELLE The Bluebonnet Belle selection was made on the basis of beauty, poise, campus participation, and personality. One hundred and twenty eight girls were nominated for Bluebonnet Belle by different organizations on campus. Fifty-six semi-finalists were selected to be interviewed by a committee consisting of a representative from the Students ' Association, a former University Sweetheart, a representa- tive from the Dean of Womens ' Office, the Dean of Stu- dents, the Cactus Editor, and the Cactus Associate Editor. The committee selected the fifteen finalists. The selection of the five Bluebonnet Belles was made by the Cactus Editor and Associate Editor with recommendations from the Bluebonnet Belle interviewing committee. The 1965 Bluebonnet Belles were Miss Diana Dale Hask- inson, Miss Marion Diane Holbrook, Miss Leslie Ann Oak- ley, Miss Suzanne Sorenson, and Miss Jewel Anne Whit- tenburg. The photographs were taken by Charles Collum. Page 110 JEWEL ANNE WHITTENBURG Eluebonnet Belle Anne is a second year law student from Amarillo. She has served as secretary-treasurer of the Student Bar As- sociation and was a candidate for Law Review. She was selected as this year ' s Portia of Law School. Pase 111 SUZANNE SORENSON Bluebonnet Belle Suzanne is from College Station, a senio r majoring in speech therapy and elementary education, and a Delta Delta Delta. Suzanne has been a member of the Student Assembly, Education Council and the A Cappella Choir. She served as Executive Commander of Angel Flight. Page 112 MARION DIANE HOLBROOK Bluebonnet Belle Marion, a senior majoring in psychology, is from Dallas. She has been active in Delta Gamma, Orange Jackets, Angel Flight, and has served as Vice-President of Panhellenic. D . LESLIE ANN OAKLEY Bluebonnet Belle A senior pharmacy major, Leslie Ann was secretary of Kappa Epsilon, a member of the Longhorn Pharmaceuti- cal Association, and on the Dean ' s List. She has been an advisor and counselor in Kinsolving and the academic chairman of Phi Beta Kinsolving. Page 114 , e DIANA DALE HASKINSON Bluebonnet Belle An Outstanding Student from Houston, Diana has served as president of her sorority, Delta Zeta, as Vice-President of Orange Jackets, and as a member of the Student As- sembly. She has also been active as a Cactus Section Editor, in Angel Flight, and in Mortar Board. She is a junior majoring in mathematics. Page 115 Kathryn Ann Bailey Martha Jeanne Purcell Page 116 Mnr vco f BLUEBONNET BELLE FINALISTS Tyra Ann Cox BLUEBONNET BELLE NOMINEES Nancy Ann Abbott " Maria Lee Alexander Robin Ann Austin April Beall Nelda Kay Becknell Ginger Carroll Bernard Nancy Bernard Barbara Jill Berry Deborafi Anne Blandy Cynthia Louise Brantley Penelope Brooks ' ' Alexis Joan Brown JuIia Ann Brown Linda Lee Burk Blaire Busby Maty Anthony Butschek " Margie Ann Carr Charlotte Renee Chapman Elizabeth Ann Clark Carol Ann Cleuis Mane Gould Cornick Cathryn Lynn Culbertson Janet M. Dahl Mary Jane Davis Mary Jo Delk Judith Ann Downs Sharon Ann Duecker Harriett Ann Durr Carol Ann Edmondson Elizabeth Ann Egelhoff Sara Susan Fickertt Deyette Flower Barbara Ann Foley Carole Dee Foster Marcia Ellen Freed Marilyn Frances Friedman ! Donna Lucille Gibson Catherine Regina Gordon Lynne Gordon Janet Rose Goren Sarah Elizabeth Green Kenny Lynn Griffith Mary Tedford Griffith Ann Eldridge Hall Kathryn Hamyes Pamela Georgene Marker Jill Annette Harris Darrellene Edith Havens Penelope Hight Jean Ivy Hollingsworth Lucy Gail Holmes Carol Linda Holzapfel Sue Colgin Howell Caroline Susan Hughes Kay Hughes Ardis Lynn Johnson Ronda Janice Johnson Semi-Finalists Page 117 Genie Brackenridgc Prudence Drew Mahaffey Frances Spiiv Page 118 Diane Frances If ebster BLUEBONNET BELLE FINALISTS Susie Carol Chaffe BLUEBONNET BELLE NOMINEES Margery Kengla Janet Irene King Sunny Gayle Langston Nancy Kay League Tracy Lynn Lewis Lory Tudy LijDshit?; Elizabeth Ann Littlejohn Michele Claire Magilow Teri Lyn Margolis Lyn Martin Janie Maxfield Peggy Lou McCafferty Mary Ann Mellenbruch Anitha Theresa Mitchell Mary Elizabeth Montgomery Mary Isabelle Navar Mary Ann Nelson Dennise Newberry " Elizabeth Anne Oaks Vaughn Deleith Obenhaus ' Nellie Jane Ostler Margie Owen Marilyn Hilley Pettit Sydney Philen Mary Lynn Poston Paula Marie Pribyl " Carolyn Marie Reeb Sheila Rae Reeves Linda Lou Reneau Audrey Paige Riemer Betsy Martha Schwarz " Linda Suzanne Shelton " Ruth Skibell Suzanne Carolyn Smith Sally Eugenia Sneed Mary Patricia Spence Sandra Gail Stern Jan Stockard Barbara Lynn Stone Nancy Kay Stroup " Patricia Jeanne Swahn Velna Rae Thurman Barbara Jane Tudor Merry Nell Van Fleet Helen Elizabeth Van Wagoner Susan Elizabeth Wagnon Carolyn Kay Walls Grace Alice Warren Lana Mae Watkins Eva Jeanne Wehmeyer Donna Gail Weintraub Rosemary Wendorf Janis Catherine Wester Theo Nancy Wilkes Dana Rose Wortham Sandra Leigh Young " Semi-Finalists Man ' Katherine Sealy Page 119 TEN MOST BEAUTIFUL Front Row: Celia Marie Moor, Maria Alexander, Kay King. Back Row: Kalhryn Hayme?, Nancy Bernard, Peggy Me- Cafferly, Sally Ann Calvin, Sallye Whitener, Janic Maxfield, Cemme Rousseau. Page 120 1965 GOODFELLOWS The 1965 Goodfellows were chosen by a committee com- posed of the Dean of Students, a representative from the Dean of Women ' s Office, the Orange Jacket President, the Students ' Association President, the Cactus Editor, and the Cactus Associate-Editor. The Goodfellows were selected on the basis of their campus participation, personality, leadership, and general " all around GOODFELLOW " characteristics. They were required to be at least a second semester sophomore to be considered for the honor. i APRIL BEALL Blanton Advisory Chairman, SCOPE Founder. DAVID SAMUEL COATS Chief Justice of Student Court, Student Assembly. KATHERYN ANN BAILEY Varsity Cheerleader, Southwest Conference Sportsmanship Committee Chairman. Page 121 1965 G( - ELIZABETH ANN EGELHOFF Panhellenic Council President, " Y " Human Relations Committee. THOMAS pSWELL BRIGHTMAN Texas Union Film Committee Chairman, Praetorian Guard Administrative Adjutant MARILYN FRANCES FRIEDMAN Spooks President, Cordettes ROBERT EDWIN DENHAM YMCA Cabinet, Interdisciplinary Retreat Committee Co- Chairman. Page 122 GOODFELLOWS PATRICIA JANE CLEMENTS YWCA Volunteer Program at State School Chairman, Texas Union. PETER RICHARD CONEWAY Student Assembly, Texas Cowboys. THOMAS MARION HAGAN YMCA President, Student Assembly. JILL ANNETTE HARRIS Spooks Service Chairman, Orange Jackets Contact Chairman. Page 123 ERNEST MELVIN KOY Varsity Football Letterman for Three Years, Longhorn Sportsman- ship Award. GARY RICHARD O ' CONNOR Theleme Co-op President, Central Round-Up Committee. MARGARET LUCILE KOY Student Assembly, Spooks Spirit Officer. BARRY LYNN HARRELL Varsity Cheerleader, Silver Spurs Rowel Trainer. Page 124 GOODFELLOWS EVELYN PHILLIS JOHNSON University of Texas Sweetheart, Varsity Cheerleader. CARROLL FORREST HENDERSON AlI-American Swimmer, Moore-Hill Dorm Counselor. BARBARA E. MALICK Operation Brainpower, Junior Fellows. LUCINA KAY STYRON " Y " Human Relations Committee, Union Student-Faculty Committee Chair- man. Page 125 1965 JAMES BENTON RYLANDER Operation Brainpower, Texas Leaders Seminar in Chile. CAROL ANN WALTERS Longhorn Band, Tau Beta Sigma President. DIANE FRANCES WEBSTER Challenge Colloquium Co-Ordinator, Orange Jackets. JOSEPH PIERCE SULLIVAN Texas Engineering and Science Magazine Editor, Graduate Club President. Page 126 . 1565 GOODFELLOWS WAYNE DOUGLAS WALTHER University Religious Council President, Challenge Orientation Committee. NANCY KAY STROUP Student-Faculty Committee Chairman, Curtain Club AUBREY LEE (MIKE) PETTIT Texas Union Secretary, " Y " Human Relations Committee Co-Chairman. JAMES CONRAD LEDERER Student Assembly, Texas Student Publications Board. Page 127 1965 GOODFELLOWS Students are ineligible to receive the Goodfellow Award more than once. These students have received the award and are still attending the University: Lloyd Edward Allen, Jr., Genie Brackenridge, Michael Shane Brenan, Alexis Joan Brown, George David Carlock, Tommy Drew Cauthorn, Nathan Fred Cliett, William Charles Cobb, Ronald Dennie Cohen, Jane Gould Cornick, Tyra Ann Cox, Charles Clay Doyle, James Hudson Dudley, Arthur Alexander Duggan, Clif W. Drummond, Barbara Carolyn Ellis, Dan Arthur Fleckman, Mary Esther Garner, Barbara Ann Gresham, Mary Tedford Griffith, David Gray Hall, Sandra Hays, Oliver S. Heard, Jr., Marion Diane Hoi- brook, Joan Phyllis Hyman, Kenneth Rae Jacob, Lenior Moody Josey, III, Bruce Arthur Kowert, David Isadore Kuperman, George Tucker Langdon, Jr., Charles . Stevenson Leeper, Jay Mayne Lewallen, Yvonne Charmayne Marsh, Alice Ann Marshall, Nell Kathleen Martin, John Malcolm McRae, Anitha T. Mitchell, Edgar Allen Miller, George Jack Nachman, David Knight Northington, John Mack Orr, Patrick Oxford, Lynda Painter, Sandra Lee Parker, Karen Lynn Powell, Frances Preston, Eleanor Beyea Pomeroy, Martha Jeanne Purcell, Ramon Robert Rackley, Sharon Sue Rountree, Robert Fleming See, Jr., Wayne Maxwell Shull , Douglas MacArthur Simmons, Bea Ann Smith, Suzanne Sorenson, Frances Spivy, Sue Alyce Stiles, Timothy Don Von Dohlen, Carolyn Kay Walls, Alfred Earl White, Jr., and Mary Lovey Wood. GARY NEIL GROSS Interfraternity Council Secretary, Phi Eta Sigma President. CLAIR LYN REEDER CACTUS Associate Editor, Spooks Treasurer. NANCY LOUISE KOWERT THE DAILY TEXAN Issue News Editor, Longhorn Band. Page 128 FEATURES Lay-Outs by Lyn Reader, fall; Janis Hughen, spring Copy by Judy Downs and Marilyn Daughterly Page 129 r ' ' fl ' , FALL Texas in the Fall ... a time of fun, fears, and frustration during rush and registration ... a time of elation as Texas again becomes No. 1 in the nation, joyfully defeats OU, and then falls to Arkansas ... a time for culture, from Broad- way ' s " Hamlet " to " Bartholomew Fair " to " Madame Butterfly " ... a time for sorrow at the deaths of J. Frank Dobie, Herbert Hoover, and Daniel Allen Penick ... a time for politics as Lyndon Johnson overwhelmingly defeats Barry Goldwater in the race for President. Page 131 Rush Week began with a welcoming hand Phi Delta extended the warm hand of friendship. Rush Week of ' 64 a frantic time of fun, fears, free beer, and fatigued smiles. Sororities entertained tense and nervous rushees with songs and skits, tea and talk. Plays ranging from the Wizard of Oz to the King and I, from South Pacific to Cinderella, and often coming close to being professional productions, tried to convince each girl that " our group is best for you. " Conversation went from " What is your major? " to " Our sorority won this event last year " to more serious discussion about important issues. A few brief conversations with a girl served as a basis to pass judgment on her. Fraternity rush began in the summer with parties all over Texas. The parties continued during rush week in a relaxed atmosphere of water-skiing, drinking beer, and shooting the bull. Many men pledged themselves to several different fraternities before making the final choice. Of the 1,112 girls who went through rush, 794 became pledges. Fraternity pledges numbered 679 out of 888 men going through rush. The week ended with pledge line and a flurry of parties and dates for the Pledge Class of ' 64. Chi Omega ' s gave rushees a rousing welcome. Alpha Xi Delta " old maid " and " vamp " performed for rushees. Page 132 Lambda Chi ' s engaged in serious conversation. It was all over but the shouting. . . And ended with the cry, " We made it! Page 133 Happiness was registering on Monday morning. " Don ' t everybody rush at once . . . " Co-ed on the move resembled walking dress factory. Sectionizers prepared for the next onslaught. Page 134 A record number of 22,750 students passed the endurance test of an uneventful Fall Registration. The enrollment later climbed to an all-time high of 24,000 plus one. Union Week provided new and old students with an intro- duction and orientation to the Texas Union. Activities included an ice cream party at Ye Olde Ice Cream Parlour and a hoot- enanny and sing-along. An Activities Fair gave students an op- portunity to investigate various clubs and organizations on cam- pus. A free games and casino night allowed gambling with paper money and offered prizes. Humble Highlights, a review of the 1963 football season, was presented. The Forty Acres Talent show, the Arts and Crafts Exhibit, and an open house concluded the week ' s events. University-owned dormitories were integrated as five Negro women moved into Kinsolving and two Negro men moved into Moore-Hill Hall. The first pep rally of the 1964 football season .sent the Long- horns to a 31-0 romping of Tulane ' s Green Wave. The week ended on a sad note with the death of J. Frank Dobie, former University lecturer, writer, folklorist, and cham- pion of academic freedom. He was 75. YD ' s and YR ' s formed a double obstacle course for registration-weary students. The mad scramble for books began in the Co-Op. Lines formed at the Union Ice Cream Social. Page 135 Fall brought increased interest in campus activities. Active freshmen flocked to be interviewed for Freshman Council. Cheerleader candidates jumped, screamed, and hoped. The Turtle Club held tryouts to select new mermaids. Page 136 ies. Newly-elected cheerleaders rejoiced. University students started fall classes September 21 with mixed feelings of anticipation and apprehension. Student Government, Freshman Council, Texas Union, and Challenge kept busy all week as they held interviews for prospective committee members. Phi Beta Kinsolving, scholastic honorary for women in Kinsolving, held its Academic Rush Week, September 22-24, to stress the importance of academics in the dorm. " Hamlet " was brought from the Broadway stage to the Austin theater by means of electronovision photography. Austinites watched the performance as it was given in New York. Newly-chosen cheerleaders Ginger Bernard and Tommy Taylor joined returning cheerleaders Kay Bailey, Jay Brim, Charlotte Chapman. Barry Harrel, Phillis Johnson, and David Northington to cheer the Longhorns to the No. 1 spot in the nation as Texas whipped Texas Tech 23-0. The end of September ushered in the cultural aspect of University life as folksinger Leon Bibb electrified his au- dience with his rich, full voice at the first Cultural Enter- tainment Committee event of the season. The revived Curtain Club presented " Draw We Now the Deadly Nightshade " and " Aria da Capo, " September 30-Octo- ber 3. A pre-Columbian art exhibit, prepared by and on a loan from the Stendahl Gallery in Los Angeles, opened Oc- tober 4 in the Art Building. Eight freshmen, chosen to cheer the Shorthorns, were an- nounced October 1. Chuck Cooley, Darlene Harris, Mike Hoffman, Mary Lee Lamkin, Jo Ann Meixner, Rob Meyers, Robin Miller, and Dot Nelson. The new Engineering-Science Building was dedicated Oc tober 2 under the auspices of Alexander Fredericke Claire, patron saint of the engineers. The Department of Romance Languages sponsored a series of lectures commemorating the 100th anniversary of Miguel de Unamuno. The first speaker was Dr. Robert T. Oliver, president of the Speech Association of America, who spoke on " Mind and Language " October 5 as the first lecturer in the fourth annual Rousse Memorial Lecture Series in Speech. Journalist, editor, and publisher Mark Etheridge spoke to students October 8 on the effects of the integration fight on the South. The Texas Longhorns proved to the nation that they were still No. 1 by downing Army 17-6. Card section committee decided who held the orange cards at the first football game. New Academic Center provided many facilities for students and faculty. Page 137 Longhorns and Okies invaded Dallas for football Since the early bird gets the date ticket, lines formed early at Gregory Gym. OU Weekend a fairy tale that came true. Heralds pro- claimed it far and wide. Young pages and squires anticipated it with eager expectancy. Knights and ladies from all over the kingdoms of Texas and Oklahoma traversed the way to Dallas, the land of King Cotton. As Friday evening arrived, all the lords and ladies con- verged upon Municipal Castle for an evening of dancing, carousing, and gaiety. Mead and wine flowed freely into the early morning hours, putting the royal subjects in high spirits. Saturday morn brought the big tournament: The Long- horns and the Sooners competed in a traditional joust with intense rivalry. The Sooners won the first bout, but with good defensive armor and a strong offensive thrust, the Longhorns unhorsed them 28-7 to win the match for the seventh year in a row. The party resumed with fervor Saturday eve all over the Dallas domain. The Texas subjects rejoiced, and the Okies cried in their ale. With Sunday came the journey back home, and the lords and ladies of old returned to their everyday lives as stu- dents until next year. Spooks distributed streamers to boost Texas spirit. Page 138 rihall and festivities. Hdipro. dditNyto J tafc con- of dancinp. The Longhorn Band reflected winning Texas spirit. ;: He Loo?- i e i fives - Meredith Willson chatted before his half-time appearance with the Longhorn Band. Tommy Taylor boosted spirit at O.U. game. Longhorns celebrated another Texas victory. Page 139 Active participants in campus affairs received S CASHED MONEY ORDERS Faulkner ' s Drug, a campus tradition, went up in smoke. Fourteen foreign student leaders visited the University in their tour of the United States. Architecture balcony was the scene of a new Sphinx initiate ' s sounding off. Page 140 recognition. The weeks after the weekend before brought numerous ac- tivities to distract students from their studies. To many they brought recognition as the campus hon- orarias tapped new members. Orange Jackets tapped 20 and Spooks 26. The Silver Spurs announced 18 new Rowels and the Cowboys chose new members. Cordettes chose 12 more coeds, Phi Beta Kinsolving initiated its new members, and Blanton formed a new honorary, Scope. The Department of English ' s Program in Criticism and the Visiting Fellows Program sponsored poet-critic John Crowe Ransom, who read selected poems. CEC ' s third program presented the Roger Wagner Cho- rale on October 14, and on October 22, Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians entertained. The first production of the Department of Drama was Ben Jonson ' s " Bartholomew Fair, " October 21-24. A hog calling contest and a fiery UT led to the October 7 Arkansas heartbreaker. The Longhorns went for two in the final minutes of the game and missed, losing 14-13. The ' Horns came back the next week to defeat Rice 6-3 with the help of red candles and a telegram signed by 15,000 persons. Three Texas Exes, Mrs. Lyndon Johnson, Charles I. Francis, and Walter Cronkite, were honored with Distin- guished Alumni Awards from the Ex-Students ' Association. Herbert Hoover, the 31st President of the United States, died in his sleep October 21 at the age of 90. A fire that broke out in the University Typewriter Ex- change destroyed it, Mr. Allen ' s Beauty Shop, and Faulk- ner ' s Drugstore, October 24. Fourteen student leaders from all over the world ar- rived on campus October 26 to spend a week of their US tour at the University. Orange Jacket tapping took a new pledge by surprise. Spook pledge accepted congratulations after her tapping. Co-ed received a salute and an invitation to be a Cordette pledge. Page 141 Students participated in Campus politics . . . The Southern Methodist University football game brought Dad ' s Day, " Shorty " Nowotny Day, and another Longhorn victory. Texas played a defensive game to defeat SMU 7-0. The halftime show featured Shrine Circus performers with the Longhorn Band. It was highlighted by the .Dad ' s As- sociation ' s presentation of Sharon Rountree and David Car- lock as Outstanding Girl and Boy at the University. Arno Nowotny, former dean of student life and now con- sultant to the Regents and curator of the University Writ- ings Collection, had his day as he was honored by the Ex-Stu- dents ' Association and the University. The West Indian poet Derek Walcott read from his works Nov. 2; and Mrs. Ana Marie Matute, Spanish novelist, pre- sented a reading and commentary of her work and a lec- ture in Spanish on " Postwar Spanish Novels. " The first soloist in the Music Department ' s Solo Artist Series was violinist Ruggiero Riccio, Nov. 4. The Nov. 5, CEC program presented Mantovani and his 45-piece or- chestra. Friars announced six new members and Law Chancellors tapped six men and one woman. Campus elections prepared the way for the national elec- tions as 15 assemblymen were elected to the Student As- sembly. Barry -Goldwater, who visited Austin Oct. 24, ended his campaign in San Francisco and returned to Arizona for the election. Lyndon Johnson climaxed his campaign with a huge rally in Austin, where he set up his election returns headquarters. Texas and the nation went over-whelmingly for LBJ, giving him a landslide victory. Governor John Con- nally and Senator Ralph Yarborough were re-elected. Student cast her vote in campus election. Students " Light Up for Lee " as campaigning reached its peak. Tension mounted as the votes were counted. Page 142 Barry Goldwater sought support from Austinites. Lady Bird spoke at a Barton Springs rally. I Crowds waited for Johnson ' s arrival at Municipal Auditorium. Votes were tallied as returns poured into Austin election headquarters. M H President Johnson addressed Austinites the night of his election. And reflected excitement for the national election. Page 143 Football was still 1 ' . . . Football is a part of the University. It is tradition with many shades of meaning. For students, fall weekend activities center around it. It is a date, a tension reliever, a seat in the end zone week after week. To those who sat in the card section, it means they helped make the Texas card section one of the top five in the nation. To faculty members, football means many almost empty Saturday classes. Football games mean a half-time performance for the Show Band of the Southwest. During the rest of the game the band is loudest of all in cheering the ' Horns on. To the cheerleaders football is a sore throat, coaxing for support from complacent spectators, or leading an exploding student body in cheers. To Darrell Royal football is a way of life. It is a pride in his team, pride in winning, and instilling this pride in each of his players. To the Longhorn players, football is more than a game. It means giving their best all the time. Each man and each play is important if the end result is to be achieved. To Smokey it is a time to sound off. To Bevo, as he eats his stadium grass, it is his domain. To all, football is much more than a game or a victory. It is a spirit, a spirit backed by tradition and pride that mean the University of Texas. Page 144 or " Ctoty. Page 145 I I Demonstrators protested the use of black faces in Cowboy Minstrels. Cowboy Minstrels brought slapstick humor to Gregory Gym. The Longhorns used a passing attack to defeat Baylor in the last minutes of a seesaw game. Texas led 10-0 at the half, but Baylor soon reversed things, 14-13. The ' Horns pushed across one more scoVe to win 20-14 and take the No. 5 position in the nation. The search for the meaning of life was discussed Novem- ber 8 by Dr. Viktor Frankl, Austrian psychiatrist and first speaker of the Union Speakers Committee. The University hosted the llth annual conference for the Advancement of Science and Mathematics Teaching Novem- ber 12-14, and a Symposium on Space Technology Novem- ber 13-14. Prints of original paintings owned by the National Gal- lery of Art were on exhibit November 8, in the Union Build- ing Art Gallery. The Curtain Club presented John Van Druten ' s " Bell, Book, and Candle " November 11-15, and CEC presented Puccini ' s popular opera, " Madame Butter- fly " , November 12. It was produced by the Houston Grand Opera Association and conducted by Walter Herbert. The College of Business Administration held elections for class officers November 12. The College of Engineering be- gan a Collection of historic electronic devices which will comprise a Museum of Technology. Dr. Daniel Allen Penick, former classical languages pro- fessor and tennis coach, died November 8. He was 95. The varsity tennis courts were named for him, as was the na- tion ' s top collegiate tennis trophy, the Penick Bowl. Sheb Wooley and the Bay town Singers were the featured attractions at the annual Cowboy Minstrels, Nov. 13. The Cowboys presented the show in the traditional all blackface despite protests by the Students for a Democratic Society. Miss Betty VanWagoner was named Cowboy Sweetheart. With a whoop and a holler, the show began. Page 146 I ' ll Slapsticking brought roars of approval from the audience. Cowboys sold programs before the show in Gregory Gym. " Hattie Low Hotlips " made her entrance. Sheb Wooley entertained at intermission. " The Eyes ot Texas " was sung for Betty VanWagoner, new Cowboy sweetheart. Page 147 Derby snatching co-eds treed Sigma Chi ' s . . . Co-eds were in the fountain, climbing trees, and jumping hedges for a little black derby. The second annual Derby Day turned the campus into a race track as sorority girls tried to steal derbies from elusive Sigma Chi ' s. The competition climaxed Nov. 14 with a field day of contests and races. Chi Omega took first place, Delta Gamma was second, and Zeta Tau Alpha was third. Judy Gable, Kappa Alpha Theta, was crowned Derby Day Queen. Texas, regained its seemingly lost offense to run over TCU 28-13. After the game the Longhorns accepted an invitation to play in the Orange Bowl. Theta Sigma Phi ' s 16th annual Writers Roundup was dedicated to J. Frank Dobie. Fourteen books and their Texan authors were featured. The College of Fine Arts ' 23rd annual Fine Arts Festival, a week of concerts and art, was held Nov. 15-22. The School of Journalism co-sponsored a conference on the Press and the Fine Arts, and the School of Architecture had a pho- tograph exhibit, " The New Philharmonic in New Berlin. " The Union Speakers Committee presented a film, " Chile Today, " narrated by motion picture director Geze de Rosner. Jose Molina and his Belles Espanoles brought a breath of Spanish air to campus Nov. 20. The Longhorns won the cross country Southwest Confer- ence championship for the second straight year. The Short- horns finished their season with a 3-2 record. They beat Baylor 10-7, Rice 29-0, and A M 35-18. They lost to SMU 7-3 and to TCU 28-14. Sigma Chi and UT co-ed in tree played tug of war with derby. W f JMBBBF . To grab a derby sorority girls chased Sigma Chi ' s into Littlefield fountain. Derby day relays included a gunny sack race. A Texas co-ed appeared murky from a Sigma Chi relay A sorority girl used Sigma Chi manners to eat pie . . . And vied for trophies at Derby Day. Page 149 Campus Organizations promoted Aggie-kicking Bevo brought Best-All-Around trophy to Delta Tau Delta. Sigma Alpha Mu ' s " Aggie in a Baggie " sign won the trophy for Most Amusing. A little UT fan showed exhaustion during Aggie game. Most Unique was Phi Kappa Tau ' s " Royal Funeral. " Best Sorority prize went to Phi Mu for their version of " Peanuts. " Page 150 " Beat A M-ism. Memorial services were held for John F. Kennedy, No- vember 22. Judge St. John Garwood, former state supreme Court Justice, spoke at the services, which were sponsored by the Students ' Association. K. Natwar Singh, a leading contemporary India n writer, spoke on " Contemporary Indian Literature and Short Stories. " He was sponsored by the South Asian Center and the Asian Concentration Program. Dr. Robert W. Lewis, Eng- lish instructor, gave the first lecture in the English Depart- ment ' s " Seven Contemporary Authors " series. The University prepared itself for the annual Thanksgiving Day game with A M as Aggie signs started going up and all unclaimed wood disappeared. Zeta Tau Alpha and Sigma Phi Epsilon won the woodgathering contest which supplied the wood for the huge bonfire and pep rally on Town Lake November 25. Delta Tau Delta got the award for best all-around Aggie sign. Most amusing went to Sigma Alpha Mu, and Phi Kappa Tau won most unique. The best sorority sign be- longed to Phi Mu, and Acacia and Phi Kappa Sigma tied for best fraternity sign. Four Longhorn greats were installed in the UT Hall of Honor Thanksgiving Day. They were Wilmer Alison, Bohn Billiard, Dr. Bobby Moers, and A. M. G. " Swede " Swenson. A M held Texas to a 7-7 tie at halftime, but the Long- horns exploded in the second half. A safety sent the score moving and Conway kicked a field goal to make it 12-7. A touchdown later and on the last play of the game, Kristynik threw a touchdown pass to Garry Brown, a senior playing his first and last game. The score ended 26-7. Tommy Nobis moved in to block a pass during the Aggie game. The Longhorn Band prepared to march onto the field when the game was over. Page 151 ' ' WINTER Texas in the Winter ... a time for giving to Campus Chest and at Christmas ... a time of victory as Texas brought home an Orange Bowl triumph ... a time to study for final exams ... a time for a fresh start as President Johnson was inaugurated and a new semester began ... a time to broaden one ' s horizons by meeting visiting Chileans and accepting the chal- lenge of poverty. Page 153 Texas Union Speaker Melvin Belli lectured on " My Views on Texas Laws and Courts. " December brought Melvin Belli and Sing Song. Belli talked informally with students before his talk. Page 154 Sports took the spotlight on the first day of December as Tommy Nobis, linebacker guard, was named All-American. The Longhorns were rated fifth in the nation behind No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Arkansas, and the basketball team won its first game 104-84 over Texas Wesleyan College. The Department of Germanic Languages sponsored a sym- posium Dec. 1-3 on " Old Norse Literature and Mythology " honoring Dr. Lee M. Hollander. The Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation met " Dec. 3-5, and the Criminal Law Institute, held Dec. 3-5 by the School of Law, had as its theme " The Law School as a Resource for the Criminal Process. " The Southern Singers presented a Christmas concert, " Ceremony of Carols, " Dec. 1. On Dec. 5, KUT-FM broad- cast " live " from New York, the Metropolitan Opera ' s " Luci di Lammermoor, " by Donizetti. Paul Joines, cellist, was presented by the University Student recital series on Dec. 6. Kappa Kappa Gamma and Kappa Alpha won Sing Song with a Southern melody, " I Know Where I ' m Going. " Delta Gamma placed first in the sorority division with " Pueri Hebraenum " and Phi Sigma Kappa sang a medley of " Vava L ' amour-Tannenbaum- Waltzing Matilda " to win the fraternity division. The Longhorns brought their basketball record to 2-1 by defeating Ole Miss 94-67 and then falling to Louisiana State University 83-75. California attorney Melvin Belli, who defended Jack Ruby, spoke Dec. 7 and blamed California officials at the Univer- sity of California, Berkeley, for the student demonstrations for free speech. He said many technicalities in Texas law impaired justice. Lord Todd, 1957 Nobel Prize winner and professor of chemistry at Cambridge University spoke Dec. 6 on " Scien- tific Policy in Britain. " Spanish novelist Antonio Ferres spoke Dec. 8 on the government censorship of writers in Spain. University Regent John S. Redditt resigned his position because " dictation from the governor challenged the inde- pendence ' of the Board. " Pi Beta Phis and Delta Tau Delta; waited nervously before their appearance on stage. Kappa Kappa Gamma and Kappa Alpha songleaders accepted first place trophies for mixed division. l I , ka$lAM itt.f ifttt tJb a ? 9 a e t ,yA wv - ' ' ' - - Delta Gamma placed first in the sorority division. First place in the fraternity division was won by Phi Sigma Kappa. Page 155 Campus Chest Drive went on despite a downpour. Campus Chest changed its face this year by eliminating Ugly Men and collecting money for various charities mainly through personal solicitation. Proceeds from the Union movie series were donated, and women ' s dorms extended hours until 2 a.m. on Dec. 12, with each girl donating a penny for each minute after 1 a.m. that she stayed out. Eight fraternities and 19 sororities collected money on Dimes Day. Sigma Delta Tau and Tau Kappa Epsilon had the largest collections, and Alpha Chi Omega had the most unusual collection stunt. Mimi Montgomery was selected Miss Campus Chest. The Department of Drama presented an outstanding per- formance of Ibsen ' s " Lady from the Sea, " Dec. 9-12. On Dec. 9 the Texas Student Publications Board author- ized a new engineering and science magazine to print articles by students and faculty about science and engineering. Dr. Morris Keeton, Antioch College faculty dean, and Charles Black from Yale delivered the first lectures in the Law School ' s third annual lectures on Law and Free Society. Their topic was " Violation of Law as a Form of Social Protest. " The Longhorn basketball team made poor showings Dec. 12 and 14 when they lost to the University of Oklahoma 86-73 and to OSU 73-69. Judy Johnson, a junior education major, was chosen Scheherazade of the Organization of Arab Students and Anne Whittenburg, a second year law student, was named Portia of the Law School. Dr. Irwin Spear, associate professor of botany, was named a Piper Professor of 1964, one of the 10 outstanding college professors in Texas. Dr. Lear Ashmore, assistant professor of speech, was elected president of the Texas Speech and Hearing Association. Andre Kole, one of America ' s leading magicians, pre- sented several programs Dec. 14-19 as a special representa- tive of the Campus Crusade for Christ. The Freshman Council announced at ' the Banquet on Dec. 16 that Gemme Rousseau had been chosen Freshman Beauty. Other finalists were Vicki Manchester, Anne Sewell, Judy Gable, and Tina Gerth. Jerry Hoffman was elected president; Tom Hicks, vice-president; and Billye Huckabee, secretary. Robert Davis, assist ant attorney general of Texas, was the speaker. Students took advantage of gripe boxes to make complaints known to the Grievance Committee. Peace Corps representative answered questions about vol- unteer work. Page 156 Alpha Phi ' s shined shoes to raise money for Dimes ' Day. Voting for Miss Campus Chest moved under a tent to escape the rain which hampered the week ' s activities. The spirit of Christmas prevailed as the holidays approached. ' Campus males faced the annual problem of what to buy for that special girl. With hundreds of balls, lights, and icicles, the Union Christ- mas tree was trimmed. Page 158 .-, ' The 10 Most Beautiful girls at the University of Texas, chosen by Rex Harrison, were announced Dec. 20 by Theta Sigma Phi. They were: Kathryn Haymes. Celia Marie Moore, Nancy Bernard, Peggy McCafferty, Maria Alexander, Sally Ann Galvin, Sally Whitener, Janie Maxfield, Gemme Rousseau, and Kay King. The Longhorn basketball team began to make a comeback when it defeated Nebraska 77-73, Dec. 19, and then downed Howard Payne 93-74, Dec. 21. The UT Chorus and Symphony Orchestra presented a concert of Bach ' s " Christmas Oratorio " Dec. 20 which was sponsored by the Department of Music and the Texas Union Fine Arts committee. Students, faculty and Austinites participated in the annual December Christmas Carol Program on the Main Building Terrace. Tower chimes and organ music opened the pro- gram, and carols were interspersed with special selections by the choral groups. The Board of Regents yielded to student demands and dismissed school for Christmas vacation on Tuesday, Dec. 22, instead of the scheduled date, Dec. 23. University of Texas students traveled across the state and the nation to be home at Christmas. A couple enjoyed the warm glow of the fireplace at Littlefield dorm. Orphan children got in the Christmas spirit at party given by Chi Omegas and Betas. Orange Bowl clash brought victory to the Longhorns Orange was the color for January 1, 1965. The Orange and White made a trip to the Orange Bowl, and everything came up oranges for the fifth-ranked Longhorns as they damned up the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide, 21-17. The football players made their way to Florida accom- panied by the Longhorn Band, eight cheerleaders, Smokey, the coaching staff and their families, a host of University students but no Bevo. The Silver Spurs tried gallantly to arrange for the mascot ' s transportation to Miami, but inabil- ity to obtain the required $3,000 and objections raised by spending such a sum on Bevo ' s transportation, left the steer stranded in Austin. Fans partied all week-end, and the players never lacked for something to do. They viewed the spectacular Orange Bowl parade prior to the game, and were entertained with two awards ceremonies, Greyhound dog races, and a dinner and floor show. The day after the game they competed for prizes at deep sea fishing. The game was an explosion of surprises and fireworks that provided a fitting climax for the New Year ' s festivities. Ernie Koy started the scoring skyrocket, when he broke loose early in the game for a 79-yard touchdown run. Five minutes later Jim Hudson completed a -69-yard touchdown pass to George Sauer, and Texas lead 14-0. The Crimson ' s Joe Namath came in with his injured knee, and Alabama soon had a score. But Koy scored again to make it 21-7 at the half. Namath ruled the second half, breaking an Orange Bowl passing record and brought the Tide to 17 points. Then a goal line stand by the Longhorns saved the game, and turned the Tower orange for three days. Cheerleaders shared the joy of all Longhorns as Texas beat Alabama 21-17. Ernie Koy took time to rest after his touchdown run. Fireworks burst into color as Texas led Alabama 14-7 at halftime. Page 160 NBC Thoughts became serious as finals descended upon the Fo Midnight oil burned across campus as finals approached. The Union provided game rooms for relieving final exam tension. Deep concentration prevailed at the Academic Center during finals. on the Forty Acres. : U Students filled the Union theater for study breaks during the long week of finals. January started off on a musical note when Georges Tzi- pine, conductor of the Paris Conservatoire Orchestra and a guest of the Music Department, participated in a demon- station piano concerto lecture and conducted the rehearsal of the University Symphony Orchestra Jan. 6-7. The University Opera Workshop presented scenes from " Hansel and Gretel " and " The Marriage of Figaro " Jan. 6-7. Don Jones, a University graduate student, won the $200 Hemphill-Wells Sorantin Award for Young Texan Artists. The Longhorns dropped their first two conference basket- ball games. Texas Tech won 66-62 Jan. 5, and the ' Horns fell to Texas Christian University 77-64. Sigma Pi Colony became the 79th chapter of Sigma Pi Fraternity Jan. 9. The executive director and national chairman of the fraternity were in Austin to award a charter to Gamma Theta chapter and initiate the 16 charter members. The traditional Dead Week, in which there were supposed to be no quizzes, was replaced with a two-day reading period, Jan. 11-12. There were no classes during this period, and professors were not to assign quizzes or papers for the two days. The reading period found wide-spread favor among students, for it gave them two days, coupled with the pre- ceding week-end, for final reviewing or more likely for doing the readings that were assigned since the last hour quizzes. Final exams brought the same terror, cramming, sleepless nights, Very (and benzedrine), tears, wasted time, and grades as every year. Only this year the students had less cause for complaining about a bad exam schedule because it was listed in the Final Announcement. Students studied old quizzes from files pro- vided by the Students ' Association. Another tight squeeze as students left for mid-semester break. Page 163 January brought a new semester and . . . Sectionizing presented the usual problem of that TTS-at-8 class. Schedule conflicts and closed sections added to the confusion of registration. Getting into the gym was the first obstacle of registration. Page 164 Governor and Mrs. John Connally greeted guests at the reception following his inauguration. a new administration. January was the month for beginnings marked by the Presidential inauguration, the Governor ' s inauguration, and registration for the spring semester. The January 20 inauguration of Lyndon Baines Johnson as the 36th President of the United States was preceded by gala parties, the Inaugural Ball, and the Inaugural Parade. Texans were much in evidence at the parties and parade, for many took LBJ ' s " Y ' all come " literally. The Longhorn Band marched in the Inaugural Parade as an official representative of the State of Texas. The band played " President Johnson ' s March " when it passed his booth. The march was composed especially for the parade by John Edmonds, assistant band director. Governor John Connally was inaugurated for his second term in a brief and simple ceremony at the Capitol January 26. The only pre-inaugural celebration was a victory dinner the night before. Registration proceeded normally, but took more time than usual because more sections were closed earlier. Enrollment during the registration week totaled 20,623, and later climbed to a spring semester record of 22,531. Winston Churchill, the British statesman who was often called the " man of the century, " died January 24 at the age of 90. He was given a state funeral and leaders and people from all over the world paid their respects to him. The Longhorns took to the winning road again as they defeated Trinity University 82-68 and downed SMU 89-79 for a five-way tie for second place behind Texas Tech. Feb- ruary 2 the ' Horns dropped Rice 76-63. The Board of Regents voted January 30 to have an elected editor for the Daily Texan again after being under the appointive system for three years. Registration for Challenge Colloquium was held Febru- ary 1-5. The Arts and Sciences Council, composed of stu- dents representing different departments, held its organiza- tional meeting. February 3 Mrs. Sharon Abbott, representing the Geology Wives Club, was selected as Mrs. University. The Cultural Entertainment Committee presented the Cal- edonia Singers and Dancers February 4 and brought the flavor of Scotland to Austin. The Longhorn Band traveled to the nation ' s capital for the President ' s inaugural parade. Page 165 Students extended a welcoming hand to visiting Chileans. Co-eds welcomed visiting Chilean students at supper in Kinsolving cafeteria. Turtles lined up for the second annual Texas turtle race. Orange Jackets held a reception for the visiting Chilean students. Page 166 fc_ Weans, ' r Sl " - " .: -i: ; Celebrities came to Austin February 5 Lucille Ball at- tended the Headliner ' s Club party, and Kathy Crosby came to see how " Rashomon " was progressing. Thirteen Chileans arrived February 6 from New York as part of the Texas-Chile exchange program. The students, who spent several weeks at the University were Ledy Aguero. Gaston Araya, Patty Cermanatti, Jose Correa, Julio Eche- verria, Estenio Gonzalez, Carlos Nieto, German Pequeno, Woledad Ramirez, Eduardo Ravani, Ricardi Whiting, and Jaime Insunza. Professor Carlos Foresti accompanied them. M. Herve Alphand, French ambassador to the United States, tried to clarify for students what he called the " too often distorted " picture of French foreign policy. William Orville Douglas, Associate Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court, spoke February 9 about former Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes. The Longhorns continued aiming at the conference cham- pionship as they squeezed by the Aggies 65-63 February 6, and then overwhelmed Arkansas 81-63 February 9. Dr. Kenneth Scott Latourette, Yale professor emeritus, spoke February 9 on his philosophy of " The Christian Un- derstanding of History. " Karl Mundt, Republican senator from South Dakota and famous orator, spoke on what he called the central problem in America " too much govern- ment. " Bill Keach won a Rhodes Scholarship for two years of stud y at Oxford University. Five major American critics, Mark Schorer, John Crowe Ransom, Elder Olson, Kenneth Burke, and Eliseo Vicas, were featured at a literary symposium February 11-12. Panhellenic Council, after a vote in each member chapter, invited Alpha Kappa Alpha and Delta Sigma Theta, Negro sororities, to become associate members. The February 10 invitation, which would allow them full participation in Panhellenic activities, with the exception of holding chair- manships and voting on rush procedures, was accepted by both groups after some consultation. Several Chileans and Cubans discussed the progress of Cuba after the showing of the film, " Inside Castro ' s Cuba, " produced and narrated by Robert Cohen. Frequent showers turned classrooms into umbrella jungles. Lines grew and tempers sharpened as students tried to change English sections in one day. Page 167 The campus provided varied entertainment. The Students ' Association and the Texas Intercollegiate Students ' Association passed resolutions opposing a tuition hike at the University. Posse, a new co-ed honorary group for second semester freshmen, was organized to encourage spirit and interest in freshman activities. Membership was based on outstanding scholarship, personality, and enthusiasm. John Gates ' production of " Spoon River " presented Feb- ruary 16, was called the " highlight of the CEC season to date. " Texas beat the Rice Owls 75-72 February 13, but then lost to the Texas Tech Red Raiders 87-73 and to SMU 73-70, virtually eliminating the Longhorns from the championship race. Dr. Roger Hilsman, former assistant secretary of state for Far Eastern affairs, said February 17 that Viet Nam was over Americanized and over militarized. Bob Horn told students " How to Succeed in the ' 60 ' s and Beyond " February 18 in the first presentation of the Famous Lecture Series. Pamela Gray Adkins, a freshman, was chosen Best Dressed Co-ed at the University and Lynne Lowden and Mary Martin were named runners-up. The Texas Union Board of Directors voted to amend its con stitution to allow religious and sectarian groups to meet permanently in the Union. " Poverty in the Midst of Plenty " was the subject of the 1965 Challenge Colloquium, February 19-20. Four-hundred and twenty-five delegates participated in discussions that augmented the talks by the four speakers. Otis Singletary, head of the Job Corps, said that education was the best weapon against poverty. William Stringfellow, New York lawyer and Episcopal lay theologian, stressed that society was responsible for the poor. Tennessee ' s Democratic Senator Albert Gore, sponsor of the 1964 medicare bill, was not happy with the immediate results of the anti-poverty program, but withheld final evaluation. John Tower, Texas ' Republican senator attacked the " new tax-consuming bu- reaucracy " and said that private enterprise, not the federal government ' s decree, was responsible for gains against pov- erty. Campus folksingers combined their talents nightly in the Union. Page 168 Johnny Mathis captivated a capacity crowd in Gregory Gym as part of the Campus Chest drive. I) A The Cultural Entertainment Committee spon- sored the production of " Spoon River. " " Rashomon " was presented by the Drama Department. Folksinging was featured at the Id, a campus coffee house. Page 169 Challenge Colloquium changed frivolity to seriousness. Co-eds avoid flying snowballs on their way to class. India was the final destination for 130 Peace Corps vol- unteers who arrived at the University February 21 for train- ing before they went on to their projects. National Engineers ' Week, February 21-27, was marked by exhibits in the Academic Center lobby. On February 22 former Governor Allan Shivers told mem- bers of Pi Sigma Alpha that the Texas governor must use all the powers given him to make up for the weaknesses of the Executive office. The Young Democrats passed a resolution which ques- tioned the " non-profit " policies of the University Co-Op. They demanded an explanation of the policies, because comparisons with other cooperatives showed the Co-Op had a lower mark-up percentage. No classes were held until 1 p.m. February 24. Snow and icy streets provided students with this unexpected holiday. Some found the ice thick enough for skating, but most con- fined themselves to snowballs and tobogganing. Students hardly had time for all the cultural events and the entertainment available. " Rashomon, " a Japanese story, was presented by the Department of Drama February 24-27. On February 25 the Cultural Entertainment Committee pre- sented " Beyond the Fringe, " a comedy which had been a recent Broadway hit. Campus Chest replaced a cancelled Everly Brothers show with the soft singing of Johnny Mathis on February 26. ' He received a standing ovation from his audience. Governor Connally ' s proposal for an 18-member higher education " Super Board " passed both the House and the Senate. The Student Assembly passed a resolution supporting it, although there was controversy and opposition to it among students. Chancellor Harry Ransom spoke at the dedication of the new Catholic Student Center February 28. Victories over Arkansas, 74-72, and Texas A M, 86-71, put the Longhorns back in the running for the Southwest Conference basketball championship. Leading Texas Tech was forced to drop from the race when one player was found to be scholastically ineligible. This left Texas one game behind the Mustangs. Students picketed before the capital advocating negotiations in Viet Nam. Seldom-used ice skates came out of storage when classes were dismissed because of snow and icy streets. Page 170 fc_ Senator Albert Gore answered questions after his speech for Chal- lenge. The audience listened intently as Senator John Tower spoke. New York lawyer, William Stringfellow, talked informally after his speech on his work in Harlem. Page 171 I SPRING Texas in the Spring ... a time for decision on controversial issues in campus elections . . . a time for experience in the Model UN ... a time for fun at Round-Up and Varsity Carnival . . . a time for protesting, on campus and across the nation, against racial discrimination ... a time for learning from two Visiting Fellows ... a time to reflect on the past year and to look to the future. Page 173 Spring brought renewed interest in campus activities. Sig Eps poked fun at KA ' s Old South Ball. Spring rush began Co-Op Week wag climaxed with a songfest. Page 174 Coach Bradley outlined strategy to team at SMU game. The Kappa Sigmas battled the ROTC cannons March 2 to commemorate Texas Independence Day. Speaker of the House Ben Barnes and Greg Lipscomb were among the speakers at the celebration. Texas beat TCU 84-63 and Baylor 79-75 to tie with SMU for the Southwest Conference basketball title. The ' Horns lost the chance to play in the NCAA playoffs as a Pony threw the ball downcourt at the buzzer and made the basket, giving SMU the game, 78-76. The Longhorns started the baseball season by defeating Sam Houston State 18-2, Oklahoma 16-6 and 15-3, and Texas Lutheran College 9-1. Co-op Week was celebrated March 1-6 with a banquet, a songfest, and other activities. Noel Evans and Patty Nance were named outstanding Co-op residents. The New York Ballet performed March 3, sponsored by CEC. Andre Navarra, acclaimed as one of the world ' s great cellists, played for the University Solo Artists Series in one of his rare public appearances. One thousand high school juniors and seniors were introduced to their University opportunities and campus at UT Day March 5. The 56th annual Power Show, including a 14-mile economy run through Austin, was held March 5-6 by the College of Engineering. It was designed to at- tract high school students to the University. Mary Esther Garner was named Engineering Sweetheart. The Interfraternity Council voted March 4 to invite Negro fraternities to become observer members. They hadn ' t yet met the requirements for full membership. Governor John Connally signed his top-priority, contro- versial bill creating a new and powerful board to co- ordinate state-supported higher education. John Dos Passos, controversial author who did a political about-face from liberal to conservative, spoke March 9. He said that good government is that which gives the in- dividual the best chance. Miss Lucy Barton, costumer and teacher with the Drama Department and leading American costume authority, spoke March 11 on " The Integrity of Period Design. " Page 175 Students recalled high school spirit at the High School State Championship play-offs. Spring elections ended with record voting The Board of Regents eliminated free off-campus distri- bution of The Daily Texan " for financial reasons " March 13. The Texas Student Publications Board said there were no financial problems. The action also gave the Regents tighter control over TSP. The State Legislators were the main persons affected by the curtailment, so Texan staffers and students took their personal copies of the Texan to the Capitol and gave one to each legislator. The Longhorns dropped the Southwest Conference base- ball opener to the Aggies 12-4, then beat TCU 5-4. Chancellor Harry Ransom opened Texas Today and Tomorrow with a " State of the University " message March 16. Governor John Connally spoke on the Alliance for Pro- gress at the first of the John F. Kennedy Memorial Lecture Series March 17. A record 39% of the student body voted in the spring elec- tion March 17. The elections were marked by heavy cam- paigns for and against the University re-affiliating with the National Students ' Association. Committees were formed by both sides, and literature was widely distributed. The Stu- dent Assembly and the Daily Texan favored NSA, while the CBA Council voted against it. The students defeated NSA by a 2-1 margin. The return to an elected editor for the Daily Texan pro- vided a strong campaign which Kaye Northcott won by a small majority. John Orr was elected president of the Stu- dents ' Association, and Pete Coneway was chosen vice- president. Lana Watkins won a see-saw contest for secretary. The student body favored a referendum that called for beginning the fall semester in August and thus ending it before Christmas. The number of referendums and the large turnout slowed counting so that it was two days before final results were all in. Students followed this poster ' s advice and voted not to affiliate with NSA by a large vote. Campaigners sought votes from students on their way to classes. Page 176 SDS members publicized their candidates with a skit on campus life. Record voting was fast and furious on the main mall. Students took an active interest in world affairs. The Civil Rights controversy in Alabama stirred up various student opinion at UT. Carolyn Hester made an appearance at the " Y " on one of her trips back to hometown Austin. Students voiced their opinions at stump speaking. Delegates from UT and other schools gathered at the University March 18-20 for the Model United Nations. Ireland walked out of the General Assembly when a resolution to demand payment of back dues passed, and a real furor broke out when Fidel Castro was shot by opponents. Texas Young Republicans and Young Democrats met in Austin March 20 for their state conventions. Texas Senator John Tower addressed the Republicans, while Democrats heard Georgia Representative Charles L. Weltner. The Longhorns played a double header with the Minne- sota Gophers March 22-23, losing 4-1, then winning 6-3. Gary Moore pitched Texas to a 3-2 victory over Rice. Greg Lipscomb, Students ' Association president; Char- mayne Marsh, Daily Texan editor; Kaye Northcott, Texan editor-elect; and Jeff Shero, Texan columnist, went to Selma, Ala., to cover and participate in the civil rights march to Montgomery. Carolyn Marsh was named CBA sweetheart at the Col- lege of Business Administration convocation. The Silver Spurs chose 16 new members and the Cowboys 14. Orange Jackets tapped 13. Scottish Rite Dormitory organized Scot- tish Scholars, a scholastic honorary, and tapped 33 mem- bers. " The Conflict of Traditionalism and Modernism in the Muslim Middle East " was the topic of a symposium held at the University March 29-31. The 1965 Inter-American Symposium of Contemporary Music was devoted to Igor Stravinsky, who was visiting the University at the time. The Texas Union Board of Directors voted March 26 to incorporate into its structure the Office of Student Ac- tivities. The purpose was to concentrate student activities in one place. Bishop John A. Robinson, theologian from Woolrich, Eng., and author of the controversial book Honest to God, spoke March 31. Negro high school students were offered friendship and refreshments at a reception by the " Y " . The United Nations became a living organization to UT students who partici- pated in the MUN. , Page 179 A mock assassination of Castro produced some laughs and some criticism. Hour quizzes were over and Round-Up began. The Round-Up parade began the week-end activities. Friars named six new members: Lloyd Bird well, Clif Drummond, Dan Fleckman, John McRae, James Peacock, and Tim Von Dohlen. Pianist Peter Nero mixed jazz, popular, a little classical music and humor at the last Cultural Entertainment Com- mittee program April 7. A colloquium on " The Role of the Intellectual in Politics, " sponsored by the Department of Government, brought po- litical intellectuals from all over the world to the University April 7-10. The Curtain Club presented Tennessee Williams ' play, " A Streetcar Named Desire, " April 8-11. The University " Y " Human Relations Committee spon- sored " Weekend at UT " April 8-10. The program brought 22 outstanding Negro high school juniors to the campus to be introduced to the University. Texas beat Rice 9-1 and 2-1 April 8-9, and defeated St. Mary ' s 7-2 April 13. April 8 marked the beginning of the University ' s most unusual continuing art show. Students began spontaneous chalk drawings on the West Mall sidewalks, to be removed only by rain. The Committee on Student Organizations Maintaining Housing told Panhellenic Council April 8 that it had to state in its constitution specific provisions for a group to gain full membership. The problem was brought to attention because two Negro sororities were associate members, and there were no definite rules on obtaining full membership. " One Plus One Equals Three, " an exhibit in op art, open April 11 at the Texas Art Museum. John Kenneth Galbraith. Harvard professor and former ambassador to India, spoke April 12 on education and economics. Ronnie Massey was named president of the Texas Union for 1965-66. Mike Pettit was elected president of the YMCA, and Fran Spivy was chosen YWCA president. Several faculty members sponsored " Viet-Nam An In- quiry " to hear for themselves and for others to hear both sides of opinion on US policies in the Viet Nam war. The debates featured four main speakers and four commentaries and open discussion. The Friday night Western Dance drew a large crowd. Phillis Johnson, Texas Relays Queen, congratulated Randy Matson (Texas A M) after his record breaking shot-put throw. Students saw exhibits from every university department at the Round-Up showcase. The Cowboys held a " Y ' all come " barbecue. Page 181 Round-Up was climaxed with a new sweetheart. Suzanne Sorenson was one of the five Bluebonnet Belles named at the Round-Up Review. Campus events were satirized by the Longhorn singers. All Spring semester is spent winding up so everyone can unwind at Round-Up. Chancellor and Mrs. Ransom officially opened the Round- Up Showcase, " Accent on Achievement, " March 31. The Silver Spurs sponsored a rally Thursday night to get all into the Round-Up spirit. Friday meant Western Day, with a spell in jail for city slickers and barbecue for all at Clark Field, compliments of the annual Round-Up rain. Outstanding campus leaders were honored Friday after- noon at the Leadership Awards Convocation. John McRae was given the Mike Flynn Award; Mary Kay Kulchak re- ceived the Marjorie Darilek award; and the Silver Spurs presented their award to Cindy Brantley. Yuichi Ozawa was named Outstanding International, and 20 outstanding students were announced by the Cactus. The new Lila B. Etter Alumni Center was dedicated, and the Class of 1915 was honored. The mall resembled a western town for George Jones, the country singer who sang at the Western Dance Friday. Alpha Omicron Pi won the Western Sign contest, and Beard Grow- ing contest winners were Albert Hall, best peach fuzz; Ken Oliver, most unique; Ken Jacobs, most comical; and David McNeely, full growth. The Texas Relays, dedicated to the late Ed Olle, saw A M ' s Randy Matson lead in the record breaking that marked the meet. General Lauris Norstad spoke at Honors Day Saturday. Judy Karen Patterson and James E. Key were honored as highest ranking students. The Law School celebrated Law Day. A revived Round-Up parade, on a more economical scale, saw Kappa Alpha Theta, Ramshorn Co-op, the Texas Union, and Alpha Xi Delta take first places. Round-Up was climaxed with the Revue, emceed by Meredith and Rini Willson of " Music Man, " and satirizing campus life. Phillis Johnson handed her roses to the new University Sweetheart, Mary Esther Garner. Diana Haskin- son, Marion Holbrook, Leslie Ann Oakley, Suzanne Soren- son, and Ann Whittenburg were named Bluebonnet Belles. Bo Diddley played for the ball that ended Round-Up activ- ities. Phillis Johnson congratulated the new UT Sweetheart, Mary Esther Garner. Chuck Berry was Roundup ' s feature talent attraction. Varsity Carnival Rested from relaxing or exhausted from studying, UT students returned to campus after the Easter holidays with a 15-1 victory over SMU by the baseball team and a Southwest AAU Gymnastic championship for the second year in a row. Homer P. Rainey, professor of education at the Uni- versity of Colorado and President of the University, 1939- 44, returned to UT April 20-23 as a Visiting Fellow. He spoke to and with numerous groups on campus, stressing the need for academic freedom. Dr. Erich Fromm, psychoanalyst and author of " The Art of Loving, " spoke on " Love of Death and Love of Life " April 21. sponsored by the Texas Union Speakers Committee. The Tower was Orange April 21 for San Jacinto Day. commemorating the battle in which Texas won its inde- pendence. The School of Journalism marked its fiftieth year. Thirty freshmen were chosen for Posse, new freshman service or- ganization, and 30 students were listed as Goodfellows. Lyn Reeder was named editor of the 1966 Cactus. Clint Dare was chosen Ranger editor, and Larry Jackson was named Texan managing editor. The Department of Drama presented Shakespeare ' s " Measure for Measure " April 26-May 1. The National Federation of Music Clubs presented UT with its highest award, a National Citation, in recognition of the Uni- versity ' s national and international leadership in music. Texas and Baylor exchanged baseball wins, Baylor tak- ing two games, 5-2 and 4-1, and the ' Horns winning one 5-4. The Longhorns won the Southwest Conference Golf championship. Susie Stephens was crowned Varsity Carnival Queen April 24. Zeta Tau Alpha and Phi Kappa Psi won the skit di- visions. Publicity awards went to Alpha Epsilon Phi and Lambda Chi Alpha. Delta Gamma and Phi Kappa Theta won the concessions. Governor John Connally signed a bill April 23 which brought Arlington State College into the University of Texas system. The Student Interracial Committee picketed segregated Roy ' s Lounge, causing counter-picketing and heckling. Students debated the issue at stump speaking, and negotia- tions were attempted. Striking signs and skits on the Mall advertised Varsity Carnival. Advance planning and hard work went into the skits and concessions. Page 184 lival was hard work and a night of fun. aty. . He of " Hie Love of Speakers into Day. its inde- ar.Hirty : odMoKs. te. Clint bet was West nrasic. dor 111- mm one wGolf to April Phi and pate LJulirli saty of ptf J kilk. The Phi Psi ' s presented their first-place skit. Susan Smith, a Delta Zeta, was crowned Varsity Carni- val Queen. The Delta Gamma ' s won first prize for their " Sink a Sailor. " Page 185 Both students and faculty went to Eeyore ' s party! Eeyore, of " Winnie the Pooh " held his second Birthday party. Picketers of every persuasion demonstrated at Roy ' s Lounge. .., May brought parties and protest. Phi Mu sorority began a recolonization effort with a tea for women interested in joining and working for a stronger chapter. Prospective new members were then interviewed. Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Coun- cil aided the sorority in its efforts. Randy Matson of Texas A M heaved the shot put 69 ' % " and then broke that pending world record at the Southwest Conference meet with a 70 ' 7 " shot. John Orr, Students ' Association president, spoke before a House of Representatives committee considering a tui- tion hike. Orr suggested that tuition be eliminated. The Campus Planning Conference met at the Univer- sity May 3-4. Dwight Macdonald, critic of contemporary mass culture and reviewer for The New Yorker and Esquire, criticized President Johnson ' s policy in Viet Nam when he was on campus as a Visiting Fellow May 3-6. Panhellenic Council set criteria for full membership, in compliance with a Committee on Student Organizations Maintaining Housing request, at 40 members and a 1.4 grade point average for the two preceding semesters and maintenance of a house. Robert Penn Warren, Pulitzer Prize winner in poetry and fiction, spoke May 5 on. " William Faulkner and the Negro, " sponsored by the Union Speakers Committee. v. Nancy Wray was tapped as a Kinsolving advisor. Art works went to the highest bidder at the Annual Art Auction. Drama students worked hard on their " Meas- ure for Measure " set. Page 187 r Visiting fellow, Macdonald, and studying for ROY S I Order of Alcalde, a new men ' s honorary, was organized to co-ordinate and improve communication within campus life, with Jim Fletcher as president and 37 members. George Bush, unsuccessful candidate for the U.S. Senate in 1964, assailed right wing extremists at the Young Re- publicans banquet May 5. Houston GOP Negro leader Tom Dixon spoke to the YR ' s May 6, stressing the im- portance of gaining the Negro vote. Over 2,000 high school students visited UT May 6-8 to participate in the University Interscholastic League com- petition. The fifth annual art auction brought in 86.000 for the Art Students ' Association May 7. Texas beat TCU 9-1 and 8-7, and then split with the Ag- gies 5-1 and 5-6 May 7-8 to win the Southwest Conference baseball championship for the fortieth time in 50 years. The All-Style Karate Championship was held in Austin May 8-9. Southwest Conference officials passed a ruling banning the use of guns and explosives at conference football games, thus silencing Smokey at the majority of Longhorn games. Macdonald joined picketers at Roy ' s. Blanton dorm held an informal discussion with Macdonald. Page 188 finals ended the spring semester. Students began studying for finals at Barton ' s. Studying for finals required more than books Page 189 COMMISSIONING Major General William A. Harris, Fourth Army deputy commanding general delivered the ROTC commissioning address May 29 at The University of Texas. A seasoned artillery officer, who also is commanding general of Fort Sam Houston at San Antonio spoke at 9 a.m. in Hogg Auditorium to guests and thirty-one candidates from the Department of Military Science, twenty-two candidates from the Naval Science and thirteen candidates from the Air Science. Page 190 GRADUATION The academic procession, led by Senior Marshal H. Malcolm Macdonald, Government Department and Commencement Committee chairman, moved toward the front of the Main Building at 7:45 p. m. The processional music, played by the Longhorn Band was a march from " The First Suite for Band " by Hoist. The various faculty marshals carried maces symbolic of the academic groups they lead. The walnut and oak maces, topped by brass designs, have been made over a period of years by Carl J. Eckhardt, physical plant director and professor of Mechanical Engineering. Materials used in some of the maces came from the original Main Building which stood until 1932 on the spot where com- mencement exercises are now held. The program began with an invocation by the Reverend David O ' Brien, C.S.P., Director of the Catholic Student Center at the University. Chancellor Harry Ransom presided. Board of Regents Chairman W. W. Heath welcomed guests and introduced a number of State and University digni- taries. Dr. Clark Kerr, University of California president and a distinguished American economist made the commencement address entitled, " Education A New Force in Society. " Approximately one thousand eight hundred and nine Bachelor, two hundred and twenty-eight Master and eighty-one Doctoral degrees were granted. Page 191 - . , 5 V. - ' . - ' ; " . . . _ ,. . . ;- STUDENT ASSOCIATIONS II .: j ' ' ' , . , ' " STUDENT GOVERNMENT Edited by Diana Dale Haskinson Page 193 STUDENTS ' ASSOCIATION JOHN MACK ORR V ice-President GREGORY OWEN LIPSCOMB President TYRA ANN COX Secretary In its effort to become a university of the first class, the University is rapidly discovering that it takes student initiative, indeed student leadership, to approach first classism in certain areas. Thus, it was the students, specifically the Students ' As- sociation, that negotiated a settlement between the Regents and the dorm integration suit plaintiffs, resulting in the integration of University dorms one month after this year ' s Students ' Association administration took office. The Students ' Associa- tion persuaded the administration to keep the lib rary open every Saturday night and all night long during finals. A proposal for an elected DAILY TEXAN editor was channeled through the administration to the Regents where it was adopted. After persuasion by the Students ' Association, final examina- tion schedules were published in the Final Announcements at the beginning of the year, and Christmas holidays began one day earlier than the original calendar date. A dorm deposit scholarship fund was initiated. Steer Here, the students ' Duncan Hines, was reactivated. Five thousand seats were added to Commencement Ceremony seating capacity last spring. The Regents adopted proposals similar to Students ' Association con- cepts for co-educational, academically orientated housing. The Students ' Association also emphasized direct student services in an effort to increase student-student government communication. Five free phones were installed. Gripe boxes were placed permanently all over campus. A weekly column by the Students ' Association President was run in the DAILY TEXAN. Too, student government personnel were encouraged to eat at numerous student living units. Poetry boards, poetry readings, and sidewalk art drawings increased spontaneous creativity among students. Visiting Fel- lows, Challenge, Inquiry, Stump Speaking, News Forum, and Food for Thought stirred the student ' s intellect. The Students ' Association communicated student opinion to the Legislature by mail and testimony before committees with regard to the loyalty oath, lowering the -voting age, academic freedom, stu- dent loan bills, and the tuition increase. We also went before the City Council on campus-area traffic problems. Music concerned the Students ' Association, too. -Negotiations led to the Longhorn Band ' s taking part in President Johnson ' s Inaugural Parade, and we succeeded in having a bill introduced into Congress to permanently grant the " Eyes of Texas " to the Students ' Association. We also sponsored a JFK Memorial Service on November 22, 1964. on the Main Mall. Page 194 STUDENT ASSEMBLY CAMPUS AFFAIRS Seated: John Frank Younger, Jr., Law, Fall 1964; Charles Adkins Finnell, appointed, A S, Spring 1965; Byron F. Egan, A S, Spring 1964; Maurice Marcus, CBA, Spring 1964. Standing: Thomas Marion Hagan, appointed, A S, Spring 1965; Margaret Lucile Koy, Education, Fall 1964; John Brooks Bradley, Pharmacy, Fall 1964. Not Pictured: Clif W. Drummond, Pharmacy, Spring 1964; Lee Edward Hartman, A S, Fall 1964; Lamar Eugene Lawson, CBA, Fall 1964; David C. Phillips, appointed, CBA, Spring 1965. The Campus Affairs Committee considered these pieces of legislation, among others: the re-establishment of the " Steer Here " Committee and the semester for cheerleader selections. jt before STATE, NATIONAL, INTERNATIONAL Left to Right: Pete Richard Coneway, CBA, Fall 1964; Joseph Pierce Sullivan, Graduate, Spring, 1964; Diana Dale Haskinson, A S, Fall 1964; Suzanne Sorenson, Education, Spring 1964; Mary Kay Sorden, Education, Spring 1964; Joie Pierce Jones, Graduate, Spring 1964. Not Pictured: Charles Wilson Lindsey, III, Engineering, Fall 1964. The State, National, and International Committee con- sidered many pieces of legislation among which were a bill regard- ing the National Students ' Association and a resolution concerning the appointment of non-Texas residents to the Board of Regents. ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Left to Right: Dana Rose Wortham, Fine Arts, Fall 1964; Cynthia Louise Brantley, A S, Spring 1964; James Eddy Burk, A S, Spring 1964; Fred William Langner, Graduate, Fall 1964; Mary Tedford Griffith, A S, Fall 1964; Walter Butch Bradley, Engineer- ing, Spring 1964. Not Pictured: Harvey Lynn Jeane, Engineering, Fall, 1964; Knox Dillon Nunnally, CBA, Spring 1964; Larry G. Guillot, A S, Fall 1964. Some of the main legislation considered by the Academic Affairs Committee were the desegregation of approved housing and the recommendation to abolish the loyalty oath required by the State of Texas. ' Jlf( RULES AND APPROPRIATIONS Back Row: John Mark Orr, Vice-President of Students ' Association; Don Richard Smith, appointed, Graduate, Spring 1965; Thomas Braden Daly, Architecture, Spring 1964; Leonard Alan McCormick, Fine Arts, Spring 1964; James Conrad Lederer, A S, Spring 1964. Front Row: Martha Jean Purcell, A S, Fall 1964; Charles Boots Goldberg, Law, Spring 1964. Not Pictured: Frances Preston, A S, Spring 1964; David M. McNeely, appointed, Graduate, Fall 1964. Some of the main legislation considered by the Rules and Appropria- tions Committee were Blanket Tax and Campus Chest appropriations, Election Code revisions, and the Students ' Association fiscal budget. Page 195 STUDENT COURT ASSOCIATES Seated: Stayton, Lancaster, Wilk, Peacock. Standing: Coats. nmimiiif! " n " ffiiiiiiij iff HHHi! |} 2 - !n , , iJj|j]m)m ' ? " " ! " " " " " i rt " " ' " ?.:!: :: " ALTERNATES Seated: Radoff, Armstrong, Jameson, Barber. Standing: Coats. The student court is perhaps the least familiar organ of student government at The University of Texas. Like the courts of our society, it acts only when disputes arise in which the parties involved are unable to settle their differences; consequently, as long as student government functions in accordance with its own laws or in an at- mosphere where student interest and participation is com- pletely lacking, the Court remains idle. Any bona fide student of the University may bring suit in the Student Court when he or she feels that the Con- stitution or a law of the Students ' Association pursuant thereto has been violated. The Court has jurisdiction over election disputes and every action taken by the Student Assembly and its officials, ranging from Assembly bills and resolutions to Blanket Tax appropriations. The Chief Justice is a law student elected in the spring by the student body. By virtue of his office he serves as an officer of the Students ' Association. The eight Justices are selected by a Judicial Selection Committee. Al- though no law so requires, they are traditionally law students of high academic standing. Of the eight Justices selected, the President of the Students ' Association desig- nates four as Associate Justices and four as Alternate Justices. The Chief Justice was David Samuel Coats; the Associate Justices were Anne Lancaster, Dexter Peacock. John William Stayton, Jr., and Michael Stephen Wilk; the Alternate Justices were James Jay Armstrong, Linton Elzie Barbee, Gene Lanier Jameson, and Perry Joe Radoff. For the Student Court to serve its judicial function as the guardian of student rights within the framework of student government, individual students and student organizations must maintain an interest in the actions of student govern- ment. Without such interest, the Student Court can serve no purpose and student government will operate with little meaning to the student body or the University community. STUDENT APPOINTED POSITIONS ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE CO-ORDINATOR Jonathan S. Fruchter ATTORNEY GENERAL C. Reed Martin COMPTROLLER Comer 0. Patterson CULTURAL ENTERTAINMENT John D. Hughes, Chairman Michael C. Stoune, Chairman Robert E. Moore Lawrence Shannon Smith Grace Alice Warren EXECUTIVE ASSISTANTS Robert Monroe Collie James Bennett Creed, Jr. Walter Martin Hall Charles Albert Oliver Linda Witcher Susan Wilson Witte Bobbie Jean Woolen PRESIDENTIAL AIDE G. Burke Musgrove PRESS SECRETARY John Economidy RANSOM ' S ADVISORY CABINET Cynthia Louise Brantley David F. Chappell Larry Nolan Davis Jim R. Fletcher Thomas Marion Hagan Yvonne Charmayne Marsh David M. McNeely Alan Huntress Minter Anitha T. Mitchell William Leo Moll G. Burke Musgrove John Mack Orr Dean Russel Rindy Don Richard Smith Joseph Pierce Sullivan Donna Gail Weintraub STUDENT LIVING ACCOMMODATIONS Wilda Lou Campbell John Malcolm McRae STUDENT SERVICES CO-ORDINATOR David F. Chappell TRAVEL CO-ORDINATOR David Michael Gregory UNION BOARD OF DIRECTORS Ronald Clinton Edwards Bobby Glen Odle UNIVERSITY CO-OP BOARD Bob C. I laniiii John Malcolm McRae G. Burke Musgrove David Lee Perry Page 1% STUDENT GOVERNMENT COMMITTEES FRESHMAN COUNCIL MARGIE ANN CARR C.o-Ordinntors EDWARD LARRY WELLS I RICHARD CHARLES HINTON, President James Eddy Burke Beverly Dale Davis OFFICERS STANLEY JAY EISKNBERC, V ice-President CO-ORDINATING BOARD Barnett Alvin Greenberg Murray A. Klein James Conrad Lederer Nellie Jane Ostler CAROLYN VIRGINIA EVANS, Secretary Bruce William Schnitzel- Nancy Kay Stroup Sidney Anderson Barry Alan Applewhite April Beall Nancy Bernard Jeanne Louise Boise Walter Butch Bradley- Jefferson Kearney Brim, III Carolyn Jean Briscoe Yvonne Joyce Bryson Richard J. Bueltel Dale Clay Bullough Frank A. Casebier Susie Carol Chaffe Charlotte Renee Chapman Elizabeth Anne Clark Linda Jane Clark Louise Connally Robert Edwin Denham David Bradfield Deniger Biff Egan William Crawford Parish John Mosley Franklin Marcia Ellen Freed Ronald Leonard Gallcrano Tommy Jordan Gentry Charles Merritt Girard Cullen Michael Godfrey Claire Louise Goodnight Janet Goren Carolyn Wood Grove Mike Gulley Jo Beth Harrison Margot Hirsch Susanne Gayle Hooser Mary Sue Johnson Evelyn Phillis Johnson ADVISORS David Joseph Jones Gary Dave Jones Jean Kelly Patricia Beth Knight Dale Louise Knotts Michael Simon Lang Glenda Lazarus Ed Lehr Justina Jane Leonard Robert Levinthal Carol Lewis Schuyler Bailey Marshall Bert V. Massey Claudia Ann McCarty Mary Gray McGee Stan Louis McLelland George O ' Daniel McMahon Martha Virginia McNeil Howard Roy Milstein C. Kathryn Mitchell Margaret Elizabeth Montgomer Bailey Christian Moseley Melinda Murphy Brian Burnham Newberry Richard Caldwell Null Sam David Parker Don Passman Douglas Reid Patterson John Harold Perel Terry W. Peterson Jane Elizabeth Pfeiffer Martha Jeanne Purcell Phyllis Elaine Rosenfield Martin Allen Ross Carol Lynne Russell Sally Jane Scallorn Mitzi Shapiro Linda Suzanne Shelton Robert Dwight Simpson Ruth Skibell Mary Slater Neal Charles Small Pamela Dean Spencer Steven Franklin Spiritas Glenn Edwin Staats Steve C. Stringer Ann Sutherland Bryant David Truitt Jo Frances Tyng Stephen Douglas Van Erp Merry Nell Van Fleet W. Barry Van Winkle Charles Richard Vermilliun Daniel Arthur Woods INQUIRY FLASH CARD Barry Alan Applewhite, Co-Chairman Donna Sue Caveness, Co-Chairnum Andrea Kay Anderson Jan Carole Bostick Kathleen Darlene Daniel Pamela Jan Dawson Carolyn Virginia Evans Gail Feeney Susan Sherida Gibbs Mary Gideon Sara Goree Gilder Patricia Ann Harrington Mary Lou Hooser Connie Elizabeth Hudgins Sally C. Huke Mary Sue Johnson Mary Christina MacNaughton Ann McGeath Martha McGlothlin Leroy Denman Moody, Jr. Marsha Ann Moorad Jerry Lee Morgan Katharine June Morrill Charles Morgan Pearre, III Harry Wayne Rider Gary William Schoen Patricia Lee Sullivan Joe Phillip Tale Claire Evans Whitemire Gail Williamson INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION Diane Floca, Co-Chairman Hisham Qaddumi, Co-Chairman Brenda Lynn Bell William George Bohannon Jeanne Louise Boise Kay Elizabeth Canter Jean Blocker Castleberry Judith Louise Groom Catalina Delgado-Qualthrough Tobi Maxine Flatow Donna Ann Franklin Susan Sherida Gibbs Karen Diane Hibler Bonnie Mae Jones Justina Jane Leonard Mary Christina MacNaughton Elizabeth G. Maret Carroll Edward Mayhew Linda Mauri Putnam Ulon Willis Rankin, Jr. Karen Suzanne Smith Rhana K. Smith Ibrahim H. Sodek Frank William Stenger Jill Ann Traughber Barbara Jane Tudor Fawwaz Tayssir Ulaby Chuck D. Walters Alice Sue White Bette Maxine Boyd, Co-Chairman Anitha T. Mitchell, Co-Chairman Jeanne Louise Boise Elgene Owen Box William Lance Ennis Robert Lawrence Foster Carolyn Hunter Mike James Susan Camille Lee Sara Lee Speights Linda Ruth Tolbert Linda Fay Toubin Richard Joseph Trabulsi, Jr. Karen Kay Walton At the Inquir students. session tin- professors spoke informally to thf Page 197 CHALLENGE The purpose of CHALLENGE is to provide for university and college students a series of provocative and stimulating lectures and discussion session geared to the political, economic, religious, and social issues of the nation and the world. The COLLOQUIUM was organized in the Spring of 1962 by a group of concerned students who felt that there was a need on The University of Texas campus for an in- tellectual weekend experience in addition to the many social weekend experiences. The topic this year, " Poverty in the Midst of Plenty, " was chosen because the problem of poverty in the United States presents a definite and unique challenge to this generation. The CHALLENGE COL- LOQUIUM has grown in the last four years, and should continue to do so provided the student body will continue to accept their responsibility to participate. Alice Ann Marshall CO-ORDINATORS Diane Frances Webster Daniel Robert Kirshbaum REGISTRATION Charlyn Ellison, Co-Chairman Bruce William Schnitzer, Co-Chairman Mary Joan Burns Elizabeth Ann Houston Judi Kay Jackson Lester H. Kuperman Betsey Jane Meeker Michael Everett Mitelman Susan Josephine Orton Jane Elizabeth Pfeiffer Charlene Philp Dorothy Louise Plummer Jack Clark Robertson Pamela Jene Shear Pamela Dean Spencer Robert Lewis Thompson Charles Richard Vermillion Julia Louise Walker Shelia Marian Ward George Edward Wolfe SECRETARIAT Gayle Lynn Creekmore, Co-Chairman Carolyn Susan Hughes, Co-Chairman Margaret Gwynne Brown Becky Prendergast Prudy Kay Ramsey Bobbie Jean Woolen RECEPTION Jeanne Louise Boise, Co-Chairman Dana Rose Wortham, Co-Chairman Joan Carol Amacker Elizabeth Ann Clark Cheryl Cromer Mary Jan Dodd Glenda Lazarus Elizabeth G. Maret Lynda Kay McVey Meredith Mitchell Douglas Reid Patterson Sandra Lee Reagan Sally Jane Scallorn John Ernest Specht, Jr. FACILITIES Janet Goren, Co-Chairman Richard Charles Hinton, Co-Chairman Barbara Jan Berliner Edwin Dorn Victoria An Epstein William Crawford Farish Karen Michael Golding Harrell Marc Kleinman Phillip Victor Ladin Stan Louis McLelland Melvin Allard Lipstiz John Raymond Pipkin Fred Bernard Rosenberg Wiley Barry Rountree RESEARCH AND PROGRAMMING Peggy Jane Points, Co-Chairman Tony Pate, Co-Chairman Jane Elizabeth Archer Elena Castaldi Joseph A. George Carole Jeanne Haralson Bonnie Katrine Harman Jimmie Lynn Harman Robert Benton Howell Karen Kee Donna Diane Lewis Larry Howard Long Michael Louis Paine Susan Swaney Joe Ben Walker ORIENTATION Richard Lawson Kateley, Co-Chairman Grace Alice Warren, Co-Chairman Kay Elizabeth Canter Charles Michael Dickey Pete Etheridge Priscilla Lamar Fullilove Mary Lou Hooser Annie Lamar Johnson Georgia Gail McNary Hilmar G. Moore, Jr. Siegfried Schnuetgen Richard Joseph Trabulsi Wayne Douglas Walther Mary Ann Wycoff PUBLICITY Pamela Jean Etsinger, Co-Chairman Ronald William Massey, Co-Chairman Mavis Velta Belisle Marshall Bernard Brown John Vernon Cook Judith Louise Croom John Economidy Kenneth Elmer Eickmann Walter Martin Hall Marilyn Gayle Hoffman Susan Marie Jankovsky Kit Arthur Nienhueser Julie Katherine Ryan Barbara Nell Wagner David Farnsworth Webb CONTACT Beverly Jean Wright, Co-Chairman Charles Richard Barnhill, Co-Chairman Alan Bruce Baird Judith Kathryn Byrd Leigh Stephen Curry John Conner Emerson Frank Patrick Hadlock Bert V. Massey Keith Quentin Owen Robert Cecil Raley TREASURERS Sam David Parker Comer 0. Patterson VISITING FELLOWS George Langdon, Jr., Co-Chairman Frances Spivy, Co-Chairman Gloria Faye Brown George Lowell Clayton William F. Cockrell Karen Kay Couch Phyllus Jean Davis Margaret Annette Floyd Sarah Elizabeth Goodenough John Catlett Goodman David Michael Gregory Larry G. Guillot Neal Stephen Haberman Pamela Georgene Harker James Melton Hetherington, Jr. Carolyn Hunter Mike James Mark Edward Kleiman Baker Steven Lucas, III Ronald ' Ellis Martin Martha Virginia McNeil William Jack Morton Robert Charles Prather William Clinton Reagan Sandra Sears Joe Alan Shall Susan Elizabeth Stegn er Marye Charlese Tharp Richard Joseph Trabulsi, Jr. Eliot P. Tucker Peggy Anne Wadley Grace Alice Warren Marolyn Wittman The work continued the weekend of Challenge approached. Page 198 STUDENT GOVERNMENT COMMITTEES PARADE COMMITTEE ROUND-UP CLIF DRUMMOND, Co-Chairman MIKE PETTIT, Co-Chairman PATRICIA JANE CLEMENTS, Secretary THOMAS EDWARD THOMASON, Treasurer TICKET COMMITTEE BEARD GROWING PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Billie Claire Albright John Ronald Coppedge John Economidy Kay Harlan Barry Lynn Harrell Joseph Roland Krier Nancy Jean Larson Beverly Ann Linker Ronald William Massey Mary Ann Maxwell Hedi Meister Nancy Nunnully Elizabeth Ann Oaks Wiley Barry Rountree Carol Yvonne Schupbach Sandra Gail Stoddard Bob Stoller Nancy Kay Stroup Ann Sutherland HOSPITALITY Kay Harlan, Co-Chairman Carolyn Kay Walls, Co-Chairman Letha Lynne Aycock Barbara Jan Berliner Carrol Blacklock Mary Joan Burns R. L. Diaz, Jr. Mary Jane Dodd Susan Jane Duffy Linda Emerson Vicki Epstein Dede Feldman Sheila Suzanne Fulbright Alice Kay Hartong Mary Lou Hooser Sherry Kay Jones Nancy Lee Linda Ann Matte Mary Ann Mellenbruch Eleanor Anne Newton Richard Alan Nicholas Rebecca Anne Porter Pamela Kate Powell Kathryn Kier Skiff Robin Love Soper Vicki Jean Vanderslice Lynn Susan Wagner Jane Welsh Rosemary Wendorf Caroline Sue Zarnicki RALLY COMMITTEE James Eddy Burk, Chairman The Silver Spurs Rodney Phillip Allen Beryle Bentrup Don Lewis Burkes Russel Louis Cook Paul William Ralph Drew Hutchinson Steele Elizabeth K. Steinle Diana Waters Tom Yokum BAR-BE-QUE Joe Bill Watkins, Chairman Timothy Michael Doerr Ernie Melvin Koy Timothy Hayes Smith Huntington Spann Swanson Texas Cowboys WESTERN SIGN Barnett Alvin Greenberg, Co-Chairman Joel Ingram Shannon, Co-Chairman Martha Jo Armstrong Susan Wilder Billups Linda Lee Brundrett Mary Ann Clark Carol Ann Conway Kay Copeland Carolyn Jean DuBose John Emerson William Crawford Farish DeDe Feldman Jaye Marilyn Freeman Daniel Benjamin Freundlich Kay Fuller Priscilla Lamar Fullilove Sally Glenn Chica Grey Barry Herbert Gurinsky Karen Lynn Hamilton Laurence Kenneth Hannon, Jr. Jane Biedenharn Carolyn Sue Holland Judy Holmes Sherri Jean Horton Jimmy Ray Pitts John Robert Pitts Becky Prendergast David Irving Safir John Ernest Specht, Jr. Yvette Stitsky Suzanne Terrell Diane Thompson Linda Louise Walker Marcy Wilson George Madison Berry, Co-Chairman Diron V. Talbert, Co-Chairman Silver Spurs PROGRAM COMMITTEE David Brady, Co-Chairman Clair Lyn Reeder, Co-Chairman Barbara Jill Berry Claire Louise Goodnight Mollie Kirby Patricia Anne Oroian Linda Fay Toubin R-U. REVIEW Terry W. Peterson, Chairman Con Barnhill James Bennett Creed, Jr. Yvonne Joyce Bryson Claude Vernon Duplissey Carol Delinda Edwards Mary Michelle Fallon Sharon Sue Garrett Beverly Gewertz Barbara Ruth Higley Robert William Hughes Alfred Tyrrell Kott Joseph Roland Krier Susan Jean McCrone Carolyn Morris Linda Lou Scott Judith Irene Senter Mary Jane Springer Mary Alice Swift Thomas Bryan Taylor Linda Lea Ward LEADERSHIP AWARDS Jim Fletcher, Chairman Clarence Vaughn Bray Loyd George Brooks Jim Burk Gary Everett Bushell Jane Gould Cornick Marilyn Frances Friedman Beverly Gail Hill Greg Lipscomb Yvonne Charmayne Marsh Ronald William Massey Susan Kay McGinness John Malcolm McRae John Brock Pevateaux Michael David Sandgarten Stanley Jay Eisenberg, Chairman Marsha Lynn Ashendorf William Dwight Bartlett Roy Eugene Bates Joan Bergstrom Barbara Jan Berliner Ricki Annette Bernstein Joan Phyllis Blumberg Marshall Bernard Brown Sylvia Byron Kay Elizabeth Canter Candy Cauthorn Charles B. Clark, III William F. Cockrell Mary Francelia Crittenden Tom Ennis Dabney Susan Jean Darmer Jane Kemble Dunbar Susan Elizabeth Epps Victoria An Epstein Carolyn Virginia Evans William Crawford Farish Sissy Fenstermaker Laura Dean Ford Donna Ann Franklin Judi Ilene Freeman Joan Elaine Frensley Sheila Elizabeth Gallagher Kenny Lynn Griffith Diane Gertrude Guy Patricia Gray Guy Paul Allan Halperin Clarence Norman Hansen Kathryn Nelle Haymes Marilee Herren Cynthia Jean Hewitt Alan Michael Hoffman Chester Orville Holden Connie Hughes Ellen Jo Jacobson Sanford Jones Steve Justice Jan Irene Kennedy Sharyn Joy Kerman .Phillip Victor Ladin Karen Anne Lerner Cheryl Ann Lewis Ruth Gay Lyles Schuyler Bailey Marshall Missy McCullough Mary Alice McPherson Diane Jane Mehl Jacqueline Arnauld Moehlman Mary Ann Nelson Constance A. Oliphant Dabney Carr Phillips Dawn Geraldine Potter Patricia Isbel Price Carla Jo Robinson Dianne Rush Richard Alan Schaffer Ronald Freeman Shields Samuel H. Simkin Robert Samuel Simon Jerome Melvin Skibell Susan Wood Soriero Jack Spech Mary Jane Springer Tommy Dean Stephens Susan Gerald Stool Susan Lynn Stovall Marion Jean Turner Jo Francis Tying Melinda Ann Waggener Lynn Susan Wagner Nancy Lee Webb Mary Ellen White Suzannah Margaret Wilcox Marcy Wilson Muriel Lydia Wright Lori Zarchin DANCE Dick Smith, Co-Chairman Martha Del Webb, Co-Chairman Patricia Sue Balkman Christine Marie Carlson Peggy Lynn Clements Georgia Dolores Darrow Niki Dean Jack Joseph Droitcourt Kathy Ebert Philip Lawrence Eiserloh Phyliss Ann Emmons John Gary Ferguson Diane Floca Jane Louise Foster Ann Griffies Melanie Jane Hickerson Thomas Arnold Van Hoose Kathy Ann Hurst D ' Ann Hury Kathleen Carolyn Javurek Sarah Sue Jones Patricia Ann Lednicky Ken Lew Judith Lee Lewis Mary Lewis Ron Martin Martha Lou McAllister Elizabeth E. McKee Diane Kay Morales Barbara Nelson Frances Sue Novick Sandra Ann Pace Linda Martelle Pennington Mary Elizabeth Pettit Robert Charles Pizzatola Dorothy Louise Plummer Patricia Ann Preshaw Celita Ratner Bob Reed Wanda Sue Renshaw Peggy Carol Stephenson James Randall Threadgill Jan Diane Wechsler Tom Edward Whitaker Carol June Wilkins Barbara Wilson Sarah Catherine Muriel Lydia Wright Page 199 STUDENT GOVERNMENT COMMITTEES CAMPUS CHEST Co-chairmen GENIE BRACKENRIDGE, RICHARD SAMET FRIEDMAN Secretaries KATHRYN MARY AUSTIN, MARY-MIKE OLES Treasurer CHARLES RICHARD BARNHILL STEERING COMMITTEE Kathryn Mary Austin Charles Richard Barnhill Ginger C. Bernard Michael Louis Bender Lloyd Willis Birdwell Don Wendell Garrett Janet Goren Thomas Marion Hagan Lee Edward Hartman, Jr. Richard Charles Hinton Evelyn Phillis Johnson Daniel Ray Lazicki Mary Elizabeth Montgomery Martin Edward Morris Gay Trabue Nagle Mary-Mike Oles Charles Albert Oliver Forrest C Roan Joe Christopher Rude Nancy C. Scott Wayne Douglas Walther Theo Nancy Wilkes Bettie Townsend Willerson CAMPUS SOLICITATION Nancy C. Scott Lee Edward Hartman, Jr. MISS CAMPUS CHEST Don Wendell Garrett, Chairman Ralph Vincent Bailey Mark Wade Choate, II William Edward Harris, III Neal David Slee per DIMES DAY Joe Christopher Rude, Co-Chairman Theo Nancy Wilkes, Co-Chairman Linda Lee Burk Thomas England Carswell Brownie Sue Cashion Tom R. Champion Bryon Edward Cox Dot M. Nelson Merry Nell Van Fleet CONTACT Michael Louis Bender Bettie Townsend Willerson PUBLIC RELATIONS Robert William Fayle, Co-Chairman Woodrow Milton Roark, Co-Chairman Donna Dee Bond Fred A. DuBose Nelda Joy Ellis Alan Russell Erwin Gary David Givens Carole Jeanne Haralson Dianne Lanelle Hillegeist Jerry Don Johnson Donald William Lamson Katherine Anne Leach Shirley Jean McCollum Carol Ann Morrow Lisa Neal Rogers Fred Bernard Rosenberg Frances Gayle Siegel Irene Ann Simmons Susan Lynn Stovall Thomas Edward Thomason GRIEVANCE G. Burke Musgrove, Chairman Pete Richard Coneway, V ice-Chairman Frances Conni Muller, Committee Clerk David Abramowitz Nathan Allen Chavin William McComb Dunwoody Kathleen Anne Ehlers Janet Irene Ellis Steven Samuel Ezon William Crawford Farish Sheryl Sandra Feldman Virginia Estelle Gerth Pamela Glass Betty Susan Goodman William Joseph Goodwin Wanda Jeanne Graham Richard Earl Green Diane Gertrude Guy Patricia Gray ' Guy Bruce Edward Hawk Thomas Hill Vicki Lynn Hudson Leo Marvin Hurley Michael Brian Lindsey James Harry Lyons Gail Marlatt Lydia Gail McPherson Claire Ann Miller Michael Everett Mitelman Patsy Delia Moyer Barbara Adelia Nelson Mary Anne Nelson Douglas Reid Patterson Teresa Eileen Pitts Paul Marquis Quinton William Clinton Reagan Richard Gentry Robbins Bruce William Schnitzer Joe Alan Shull Eddi Glynn Thompson James William Turner Irvin Sheldon Weisfield Joe Pat Wicker George Edward Wolfe Lori Zarchin JOHNNY MATHIS SHOW STEERING COMMITTEE Charles Richard Barnhill Samuel David Brady Eugene Richard Crowell G. Burke Musgrove Angus G. Wynne, III Alpha Phi Omega SACRIFICE A MEAL Ginger C. Bernard Martin Edward Morris CURRICULUM EVALUATION Vicki Sue Calhoun, Co-Chairman Martha Ann Pennock, Co-Chairman Alan Bruce Baird Gregory Barrios, Jr. Dorothy Anne Haecker Bonnie Katrine Harman Kathleen L. McGinn George Edward Wolfe Beverly Jean Wright CAMPUS SURVEY Kathryn Mary Austin, Co-Chairman Neal Stephen Haberman, Co-Chairman Virginia Ann Akridge Laural Ann Beard Dale Clay Bullough Mary Jane Davis Robert Eugene Eichmann Linda Gail Fitch Richard Stuart Garfinkle Jill Ann Kerr Mary-Mike Oles Michael Louis Paine Mary Evangeline Rentz Annette Ripper Sue Sandridge Sandra Ilene Smith Louis Whitley Strieber Virginia Ann Vajdos Karen Kay Walton PERSONAL SOLICITATION Lee Edward Hartman, Jr. Nancy C. Scott PUBLICITY Lloyd Willis Birdwell Gay Trabue Nagle INTERDISCIPLINARY RETREAT Robert Edwin Denham, Co-Chairman Glenn Edwin Staats, Co-Chairman Roxanne Boyd Jerral Walter Derryberry Mary Eugenia Dibrell William Crawford Farish Susan Jane Hamner Mike James Nancy Jean Larson Stan Louis McLelland Mary Ann Mellenbruch ELECTION COMMISSION Leonard E. Mohrman, Jr., Chairman, Fall, 1964 Harold Wayne Hill, Recorder Mary Elizabeth Coats Jane Gould Cornick Jill Annette Harris Carl Travis Johnson Allen Curtis Lee Keith 0. Reeves Loyd George Brooks, Chairman, Spring 1965 Harold Wayne Hill, Recorder Mary Elizabeth Coats Marilyn Frances Friedman David Gray Hall Charlotte Kroll Allen Curtis Lee Comer 0. Patterson Page 200 OPERATION BRAINPOWER Since 1885, the Ex-Students ' Association has sought to be a full partner in the educational process at The Univer- sity of Texas. Operation Brainpower, a project designed to attract top high school scholars, is dedicated to the Uni- versity but does not spend state funds. The University of Texas is increasingly attracting merit scholars, valedictor- ians, and upper percentile high school scholars. Yet, The University of Texas will lose much of its brainpower unless the story of educational excellence at The University of Texas is fully told. It is not only fitting, but imperative, that Texas Exes inform young scholars of the educational advantages of their University through Operation Brain- power. The purpose of Operation Brainpower, then is to seek out high school students with demonstrated ability and acquaint them with the exceptional opportunities which the University affords. 1965 PARTICIPANTS Debbie Ann Blandy William David Blunk, Jr. George David Carlock Jim R. Fletcher Mary Esther Garner Mary Tedford Griffith Jack Holland, Faculty Bobelai Malick Richard Daniel Mauldin Edgar Allen Miller Knox Dillon Nunnally Bobby Glen Odle James Benton Rylander Roy Vaughan Mary Ann Wycoff ORIENTATION The orientation program was designed to meet the needs of incoming students, especially in their adjustment to the academic life of the institution. Orientation programs had three major goals: (a) Com- municating an initial conception to the student of what the University is all about as a center of thought, learning, research; introducing the student to the intellectual set- ting; (b) giving information to the student; (c) getting information from the student. Orientation was based on the conviction that the student mind is more important than the student body. Such pro- grams were sharply focused on the basic academic concern of the University. Everything else tests, parties, welcom- ing speeches, concerts, tours, and all must be subordinated to the University ' s real reason for being. ORIENTATION PROCEDURES Lloyd Willis Birdwell, Chairman Barry Alan Applewhite Debbie Anne Blandy Sidney Anderson Barry Alan Applewhite Richard Stephen Bagby Ann Beasley Howard Lawrence Bernstein Debbie Anne Blandy Hayden Edward Boland Belle Maxine Boyd Jefferson Kearney Brim, III James Eddy Burk Presley Howard Chalmers, Jr. Hazann Chapman Patricia Jane Clements Jane Gould Cornick Byron Edward Cox Gene Crick Byron Edward Cox Charles Merritt Girard Jill Annette Harris Charles Albert Oliver Elizabeth Anne Oaks Merry Nell Van Fleet Theo Nancy Wilkes ORIENTATION ADVISORS (1963-64) Beverly Dale Davis Carol Ann Edmondson Byron F. Egun John Mosley Franklin Daniel Reed Garner Charles Gipson Charles Merritt Girard Judy Lynn Goodman Clarie Louise Goodnight Janet Goren Sherry Graham Barnett Alvin Greenberg David Greenfield Jill Annette Harris Preston Edward Henrichson Marilyn Hilley Jean Ivy Hollingsworth Ken R. Jacob Evelyn Phillis Johnson Gary Dave Jones Guilford L. Jones William Lynn Little Barbara E. Malick William Gary Mallard Elizabeth Anne Oaks Charles Albert Oliver Tina Christine Plummer Robert Charles Prather Keith 0. Reeves James Benton Rylander Edwin Booth Price, Sponsor Mrs. Dorothy Dean, Sponsor Bruce William Schnitzer Eliot P. Tucker Stephen Douglas Van Erp Merry Nell Van Fleet Carolyn Kay Walls Joe Bill Watkins Edward Larry Wells Theo Nancy Wilkes Enoyse Verna Wimberley Martha Jean Womack Elizabeth Ann Wood Mary Lovey Wood Daniel Arthur Woods Dana Rose Wortham Sandra Leigh Young TEXAS TODAY AND TOMORROW In an attempt to provide inform ation about The Univer- sity of Texas and to stimulate effective, organized communi- cation among the students, faculty, and administration, Texas Today and Tomorrow was founded in 1962. The purpose of the Texas Today and Tomorrow pro- gram sponsored by The University of Texas Development Board is to inform students today so that they will be in- terested and participating alumni tomorrow. This purpose is realized through a series of programs with student groups. Texas Today and Tomorrow is an opportunity for both faculty and students to present valid, intelligent positions and opinions on The University of Texas. STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS Sharon Sue Rountree, Chairman Jerral Walter Derryberry Jim R. Fletcher Dean Jack Holland John Catlett Goodman John Malcolm McRae Ronald William Massey Janet Lee Miller ADVISORS Calvin Cleave Nolen Bob Glen Odle David Raymond Parker Martha Jeanne Purcell Wiley Barry Rountree Earl Arqu Koile James Benton Rylander John Frank Younger, Jr. Carolyn Kay Walls Shirley Bird Perry Page 201 THE STUDENT COUNCIL SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE The Student Council is the representative organization of the student body of the School of Architecture. The Council seeks to co-ordinate the activities of the classes and organiza- tions within the school. It also conveys student opinion to the faculty and the University. Activities sponsored this year include receptions for visiting lecturers, student honorees, and a student lecture program. OFFICERS President JOHN FREDERICK SKELTON, III V ice-President DENNIS BROOKS LINAM Secretary-Treasurer JON BOYKIN DECHERD FACULTY MEMBERS PHILIP DOUGLAS CREER, Director of the School of Architecture ALAN Y. TANIGUCHI, Faculty Sponsor MEMBERS Fall Spring Freshman Class JOHN ALDEN DAVISON Freshman Class DARYL NEAL DAVIS ROBERT MATTEW SWANSON Sophomore Class ROBERT MATTHEW SWANSON CARL JOSEPH DALIO Sophomore Class CARL JOSEPH DALIO JON BOYKIN DECHERD Junio r Class JON BOYKIN DECHERD JAMES DWIGHT Dow Junior Class JAMES DWICHT Dow DENNIS BROOKS LINAM Senior Class DENNIS BROOKS LINAM KENNETH SHERMAN REAVES Senior Class KENNETH SHERMAN REAVES JOHN FREDERICK SKELTON, Fifth Year JOHN FREDERICK SKELTON, HUMBERTO SALDANA, JR Fifth Year HUMBERTO SALDANA, JR. DAVID SMITH MINTER Thesis ANTHONY FREDERICK MAYER Thesis THOMAS BRADEN DALY Assemblyman EDWARD LLEWELLYN HUGHES GERALD W. DANIELS, JR Student A. 1. A GERALD W. DANIELS, JR. ROBERT SMITH MABRY Tau Sigma Delta ROBERT SMITH MABRY DON LEE TEW Alpha Rho Chi DON LEE TEW JAMES KENNETH WATSON Shpinx JAMES KENNETH WATSON Front Kou: Mabry. Mayer, SaMana. Wlon, Dalio, Swarnon, Skelton, Dechcrd, I.inam. Back Row: Minlrr, Reaves, Daly, Tew, Danieli, Crctr. Page 202 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COUNCIL The CBA Council is the local governing body for stu- dents in the College of Business Administration. It pro- vides services for the students, a forum for the discussion and solution of problems concerning the Business School, a liaison between the students and the administration, and a central body for the co-ordination of the various or- ganizations in the College of Business Administration. Some activities of the Council are the sponsorship of CBA Week which includes the election of CBA Sweetheart, Curriculum Evaluation, sponsorship of Graduation Seminars, and the sale of student lockers. CLASS OFFICERS SENIOR PERRY VERNON RUSHING, President THOMAS WILLIAM COSSEY, V ice-President BETSY MARTHA SCHWARTZ, Secretary JUNIOR JOHN ALEXANDER WILLOUCHBY, III, President CONRAD NETTING, V ice-President WILLIAM ROBERT Cox, JR., Secretary SOPHOMORE ROBERT HARRY SMITH, President WILLIAM McCoMB DUN WOODY, Vice-President CLYDE K. OLDHAM, Secretary FRESHMAN JOHN CATLETT GOODMAN, President PHILLIP VICTOR LADIN, V ice-President MARY ELLEN WHITE, Secretary COUNCIL OFFICERS President Vice-President . . Secretary Treasurer Members-at-Large Sweetheart . . . . JERRY EDMOND CHILES RON GENE THARPE JAN STOCKARD . . . . PETE RICHARD CONEWAY ARTHUR ALEXANDER DUGGAN ROBERT JENKINS GARRETT WILLIAM LEO MOLL DOUGLAS SIMMONS . . . . DIANE DOUGLAS DUGGAN R. Clifton Andersen Nelia Fox Atkins Pete Richard Coneway Lamar Eugene Lawson, Fall COUNCIL ADVISORS Sylvia A. Clayton Kenneth William Olm ASSEMBLYMEN Maurice Marcus Knox Dillon Nunnally Raynard M. Sommerfeld James Eugene Willis David C. Phillips, Spring ORGANIZATION REPRESENTATIVES ALPHA KAPPA PSI Charles Sloan Teeple, IV AMERICAN FINANCE ASSOCIATION Joe Samuel Taylor, Jr. AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION Patrick John Nowotny BA WIVES E. Ann Chambers Hardy BETA ALPHA PSI Eugene Jackson McCartt, III BETA BETA ALPHA Penelope Brooks DELTA NU ALPHA Kent Cresens Tomlinson DELTA SIGMA PI Steven W. Sheaffer INSURANCE SOCIETY Ronald Edwin Tigner PI OMEGA PI Elizabeth Fry REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE Rufus E. Thompson SIGMA IOTA EPSILON Kenneth C. Nietenhoefer SOCIETY FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF MANAGEMENT James Wayne Schlegel STUDENT LANDMAN ' S ORGANIZATION George Geoffrey Arms Front Row: Coneway, Tharpe, Chiles. Second Row: Ladin, Dunwoody, Clayton, Brooks, Kay Alley, Hardy, Stockard, White, Schwarz, Cox. Third Row: Netting, Teeple, Tomlinson, Goodman, Carrelt, Nowotny, Rushing, Thad William Thomas. Fourth Row: Sommerfeld, Rufus Walter Miller, III, Andersen, Nietcnhoefer, Schlegel, Sheaffer, Arms, Jerry L. Clowe. Fifth Row: Fain McDougal, Jr., Taylor, Nunnally, Marcus, Smith, McCartt, Willoughby, Phillips, Cossey. Page 203 STUDENT-FACULTY COUNCIL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION The Student-Faculty Council of the College of Education provides an opportunity for students and faculty members to work together outside of a classroom situation. The Council strives to be a link of communication between the students in the college and the faculty by publishing newsletters, advising the Dean on recommendations of Mortar Board and Friars, and acting as a sounding board for student sug- gestions and problems. The council is composed of a representative of the Office of the Dean of the College of Education, five faculty repre- sentatives elected by the faculty of the College, twelve elected students, the presidents of the education organizations, the past year ' s president, and the student assemblymen. Any committees may be chosen from people outside the council. All Council meetings are open to students and faculty members, and are held every three weeks in Sutton Hall meeting room. This year the Council worked on an evalua- tion of the education classes, the CLASP and senior gift program, and the plans for graduation. OFFICERS President HARRIET ANN DURR V ice-President KAY CLYDE WI.BB Secretary MOLLIE Bones Margaret Lucile Koy ASSEMBLYMEN Mary Katherine Sorden Suzanne Sorenson FACULTY MEMBERS Natalie C. Barraga William A. Bennie William B. Conroy Frances Fallen Fuller Carl Richard Personke John Ormand Rodgers STUDENT MEMBERS Sheryl Kay Behne, Physical Education Susan Jane Blood, Physical Education Mollie Boggs, Elementary Karen Anne Byrd, Elementary Carla Scarlett Cloninger, S.E.A. Harriett Ann Durr, Elementary Sara Ann Goldberg, Secondary Carolyn Theresa Jones, Physical Education Phyllis Elaine Rosenfield, Secondary Rose Harriet Slipakoff, Secondary Kay Clyde Webb, Elementary Linda Darlene Yandell, A.C.E. Carolyn Josey Young, Elementary Seattd: Webb, Durr, Slipakoff. Standing: Sorenion, Byrd, Blood, Sorden, Ytndell, Boffl, Roienfield. Page 204 STUDENT ENGINEERING COUNCIL The purpose of the Student Engineering Council is to initiate and co-ordinate student activities within the Col- lege of Engineering and to represent the Engineering stu- dent body in any instance where their representation is necessary or desirable. The Council consists of two representatives from each technical and honorary society and all society presidents. The main projects undertaken by the Council this year were a curriculum evaluation, Engineers Ball, annual Power Show, and T-Room improvements. Front Row: Long, Jones, Hambright, Sebesta, Levine, Breen, Caddell, Reagan. Middle Row: R Kluth, Mappen, Sadek, Porterfield, Smith, Gardner, Bonner. Back Row: Pawelek, Sykes, Linds Vogelsang, Latimer, Jeane, Sommer. Middle Row: Robinson, Hoggins, Heinschel, icy, Hartman, Vale, Pearre, OFFICERS Fall Spring SAMUEL JAMES LEVINE Chairman HARRY LEONARD JONES HARRY LEONARD JONES Vice-Chairman WILLARD MAC SMITH, JR. EDWARD CHARLES SEBESTA Recording Secretary EDWARD CHARLES SEBESTA ST. CLAIR PEYTON YATES, JR Corresponding Secretary TOMMY JORDAN GENTRY ROBERT NEIL HAMBRIGHT Treasurer ROBERT Louis VOGELSANG JOHN EDWARD BREEN Faculty Advisor JOHN EDWARD BREEN CHARLES WILSON LINDSEY, III Assemblymen CHARLES WILSON LINDSEY, III DONALD WHITESELL HARTMAN Assemblymen LYNN HARVEY JEANE WALTER BUTCH BRADLEY Assemblymen WALTER BUTCH BRADLEY AAAE Knute Lewis Dietze David Sims Hill Rawleigh Terrell Reagan AIAA Henry Louis Gomez Larry Dean Kemp John Herman Sherrer AIChE David Calhoun Bonner Carlton Roy Jones James Victor Woodrick AIME Edward Nash Patton, Jr. Jerome Joe Pawelek, Jr. Robert Lynn Sykes ASCE James Crozier Brown John Blair Reber, Jr. Robert Edward Weirich ORGANIZATION REPRESENTATIVES ASME Edward Hyman Walter Frank Sommer, Jr. Maynard Lee Wilson CHI EPSILON Clarence James Ehlers Davis Lee Ford ETA KAPPA NU Berl Paul Guyton Wayne Lamar Heintschel IEEE Thomas Axel Anderson Donald Whitesell Hartman Charles Wilson Lindsey, III OMEGA CHI EPSILON George Cook Seaman Dimitrios P. Tassios PI EPSILON Sonny Young PI TAU SIGMA Neil Radell Latimer Johnny Anthony Kopecky SAME Charles Morgan Pearre James William Stewart, Jr. SES Jimmy R. Deen James Thomas Hoggins Richard Henry Schroeder TAU BETA PI Charles Stevens Bohmfalk Jackie Lee Stone TSPE James K. Beard George Dennis Madden William Reeder Porterfield Page 205 TEXAS UNION As the gathering place for The University of Texas, the Texas Union is a place where friendliness, warmth, and campus spirit reign supreme. While it belongs to the stu- dents of the University, it serves as a unifying force in the life of the University, cultivating enduring regard for and loyalty to the University. Through its various programs, a constant effort is made to bring together and unify the various publics of the University students, faculty, staff, alumni, and guests. " The Texas Union must plan, build, and now stands dedicated to the purpose of ... promoting a program that will tend to develop a spirit of true democracy, encourage broader culture, cultivate a deeper sense of responsibilities of citizenship, create a more intelligent and understanding love for The University of Texas . . . " JACK C. STEELE, Director JESSICA ROYECE DARLING Program Assistant SHIRLEY BIRD PERRY Program Supervisor JANE ODLE Program Assistant CHRISTIE VIRGINIA SEARIGHT Clerk BRUCE LYNN TAYLOR Assistant to Director RONALD CHARLES BAKER Arts and Cra ts Supervisor JACK E. HURLEY Games Manager CLARENCE R. SUNDBERG Building Crew Foreman Page 206 UNION BOARD OF DIRECTORS Seated: Sharon Sue Rountree, Jack Holland, Jack G. Steele, Jim R. Fletcher, F. C. McConnell. Ronald Clirrton Edwards. Standing: Robert Crawford Cotner, Margaret Lucile Koy, Tyra Ann Cox, William A. Cunningham, Gregory Owen Lipscomb, Clif W. Drummond, Bob Odle. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL President JIM R. FLETCHER V ice-President MARY LOVEY WOOD Secretary-Treasurer AUBREY LEE MIKE PETTIT Members-at-Large DANIEL ROBERT KIRSIIBAUM RONALD WILLIAM MASSEY MARILYN HILLEY PETTIT LUCINA KAY STYRON Standing: A. L. Pettit, Fletcher, Massey. Seated: Wood, M. H. Pettit, Styron. Page 207 UNION COMMITTEES CAMPUS COMPETITIONS Nancy Helen Muns, Chairman Joann Lenora Ahlberg Vonnie Arnold Linda Anne Baldwin Ronald Wayne Blake Joan Bergstrora Dorothy Elizabeth Buttery Carolyn Payne Carmines Susan Sedell Carpenter Carol Annette Cater Charles Clark, III Ann Claire Gotham Leigh Stephen Curry James Michael Dundan Robert Eugene Eickman Linda Sue Grantham William Charles Gray Priscilla Lynn Griffith Virginia Ellen Grillo Ardis Lynn Johnson Johnny Arthur Leaton Bonnie Sue Lewis Connie Lou Lewis Mark Glenn Lipkin Therese Loyenstierne Lana Christine Lowry Elizabeth G. Maret Carmela Monk Griffin Ann McGeath Cynthia Mclver William Joseph Neilon, Jr. Ulon Willis Rankin, Jr. Mary Ella Risinger Enid Gail Rosenbaum Fred Bernard Rosenberg Steven M. Rountree Margaret Thurman Patricia T. Vincent James Watts Ronni Weksler Mary Ellen White Joicey Williams Mike Wood Campus Competitions Joicey Williams. chairman, Nancy Muns, bowled against her co-chairman, The man on the left, Dick Smith, chairman of the Dance committee, paused from preparations of the Round-Up Ball. Though gambling was forbidden by the State, University students enjoyed an opporlunity to gamble at the Came Night. DANCE COMMITTEE Richard Penland Smith, Chairman Patricia Sue Balkman Reva Annette Byers Sam Anthony Canzoneri Nora Diane Clanton Peggy Lynn Clements Robert Joseph Dooling John Gary Ferguson Diane Floca Peggy Ann Griffis D ' Ann Hury Sarah Sue Jones Thomas Kent Lew Mary Lewis Barbara Adelia Nelson Dorothy Louise Plummer Robert Charles Pizzitola Celita Ratner Wanda Sue Renshaw Daniel Lloyd Ross Peggy Carol Stephenson David Trammell Mary Kathleen Walker Martha Del Webb Jan Diane Wechsler Tom Edward Whitaker Page 208 tktt J: - " . Umat ffi fhfe id ENTERTAINMENT Suzanne Elaine Ayer Weldon W. Barnhill, Jr. Marshall Bernard Brown Yvonne Joyce Bryson John Thomas Cadenhead John Harvey Carson Linda Jane Clark Robert T. Clarke Kathy Ann Cohn Betty Catherine Coleman Martha Lyn Connally Nancy Elizabeth Crouch Claude Vernon Duplissey Carol Belinda Edwards Mary Michelle Fallon Nancy Ann Fowler Beverly Gewertz Mina Hawkins Barbara Ruth Higley Robert Hughes Jane Colette Klaeveman Susan Jean McCrone Frank Roy Mease Carolyn Joyce Morris Judith Lynn Myer Charles Walter Osgood Sarah Ann Robertson Linda Lou Scott Judith Irene Senter Mary Jane Springer Mary Alice Swift Thomas Bryan Taylor Sandra Rae Vasquez Linda Lea Ward Belinda M. Wilkinson Carolvn Wolf Terry Peterson discussed with his Entertainment Committee about future projects. " The twirling girl is auditioning for an Entertainment Committee sponsored show. FINE ARTS Hazann Chapman, Chairman Janet Little Michael Allen Lacey Shirley Anne Collier Diana Louise Cohen Mary Sharman Beasley Paul Dierk Funk Sandra Jean Parker Cheryl Kay Lee Michael Andrew Freiband Robert E. Moore John S. Howell Louisa Mahone Jeanette Elaine Parker George Wayne Karacostas Sheryl Anne Wolff Johanna Franke Carolyn Jean Dubose Amanda Marie Ochse Ann Barnett Denton Virginia Ann Adams Carole Jeanne Haralson Ella Correll Gaut Sheryl Anne Rotter Fine Arts chairman, to a discussion on development. Hazie Chapman, listened the stages of fine art Tom Brightman, standing at right. Film chairman, helps committee members prepare publicity for a coming film. FILM Thomas Oswell Brightman, Chairman Rosalie Alexander Marsha Lynn Ashendorf Martha Lee Beard Gerald Monroe Bolts Thomas L. Cole Laura Renee Battle Louise Adelle Bavid James Vinson Berrick, Jr. Frances Harriett Goldfinger James Loron Grantham Stanley Hupfeld Edward Norman Kasparik J. B. Kennedy Meredith Mitchell Richard E. Mohle Marilyn Jeanne Orts Michael Louis Paine Maryann Sanders Suzanne Elizabeth Sax Gayle Ann Scott Frances Helen Seifert Marjean Snyder Nancy Christine Taylor Page 209 UNION COMMITTEES Kay Walls, as chairman of the House Committee, acted as gracious hostess. SPECIAL PROJECTS Pamela Dean Spencer, Chairman Roy Eugene Bates Marc Phillip Bernat Jerry D. Box Lou Ellen Cargill Connie Anne Collier Steve Minot Cummings Martha Kay Downing Jack Joseph Droitcourt William E. Dunn William Lance Ennis Howard Albert Fireman James Lloyd Forney Lucy Carolyn Hinton Robert Benton Howell Retha Merle Huckabee Phillip Victor Ladin Susan Kay Lipinsky Susan Claire Moore Gary Richard O ' Connor Suzanne Oles Margie Clair Owens James West Patterson Nannette Frances Rountree Russell Lee Silverstein Haze] Ann Styron A. C. Vernor James Rositas Vidouria Carol Ann Volz Roma Theresa Weaver Gary W. Wiley HOUSE Carolyn Kay Walls, Chairman Letha Lynne Aycock Bobbie Ann Bearden Ricki Annette Bernstein Carroll deWilt Blacklock Linda Kay Emerson Romulo Liberio Diaz Susan Jane Duffy Nancy Lynn Feigelson Barbara Ann Foley Sheila Fulbright Alice Kay Hartong Mary Lou Hooser Sherry Kay Jones Nancy Lee Melvin Allard Lipsitz Linda Ann Matte Joan Marie McAfee Anne McCullough Mary Ann Mellenbruch Janis Gail Miller Paula Elizabeth Morgan Eugenia Morris Eleanor Newton Richard Nicholas Karen Ann Olsen Rebecca Anne Porter Judith Elizabeth Pugh Donald Ira Robinson, II Anne Sewell Kathy Skiff Robin Love Soper Sharon Ann Sorenson Sherry Lynn Starling Virginia Ann Stewart Cunningham Stark Temple Lynn Susan Wagner Janie Welsh Rosemary Wendorf Caroline Sue Zarnicki SPEAKERS Harvey Radnor Eanes, III Chairman Eleanor Corless Beasley Diana Lynn Boland Carolyn Brooks Jack D. Busiek William F. Cockrell Thomas James Denyer James H. DuBois Beverly Kay Enderle Mary Ann Geisler John Catlett Goodman Janet Goren David Michael Gregory Jill Daphne Hankinson David Charles Heath Janet Kay Johnson Glenda Lazarus Dana Gay Lindsay Stan Louis McLelland Tony Pate Sam L. Pfiester Robert Jay Reining Christopher E. Shively Cathy Grace Trapolino James Douglas Welch Alice Merlin Wiemers Theo Nancy Wilkes Marsha R. Wilson Rad Eanes and his Speakers ' Committee talked informally Passos. vith Dos The happy blond Special Projects Chairman, Pam Spencer, examines a statue. STUDENT-FACULTY Nancy Kay Stroup, Chairman Thomas Henry Barnett, III Joan Phyllis Blumberg Robert Bodoin Vicki Sue Calhoun Elizabeth Anne Clark Cheryl Cromer Judith Dianne Davis Philip Lawrence Eiserloh Leo Hadley Forshey, Jr. William Jackson Gardner Julia Mary Gillean Malone Hill Marilyn Gayle Hoffman Judy Kay Jackson Suzanne Kemp Murray Klein Anne Elaine Kolb Paul Richard Lundquist Brian Fisher Mahon Carolyn Ann McDaniel Frances Little McMath Robert Wayne Minis James Wayne Minor Dot M. Nelson Diane Oliver John Robert Pitts Robert Mitchell Renz James Richard Ross Pamela Sanders Carol Yvonne Schupbach Dana Tisdale Judith Ann Tisdale Susan Elizabeth Wagnon Elizabeth Daniel Well Barbara Jean Ziegler YUH y Stroup in the role of Student-Faculty Committee chairman talked with many pro- fessor!. Page 210 Leadership Board members, Donna Lucille Gibson, David Roy Lambert, Martha Jeanne Purcell, and Barry Margolls, planned many leadership seminars this past year. INTERNATIONAL CLUB OFFICERS President YUICHI OZAWA Vice-President MERYDITH DEAM TURNER Secretary ORELIA RUTH GARCIA Treasurer ANTONY MICHAEL LAVENDER Texas Union Sponsor JESSICA DARLING Fall RADIO CLUB OFFICERS Spring CURTAIN CLUB EXECUTIVE BOARD President GARY CIIASON Vice-President TERRY ANDERSON Secretary JUDY GITLIN Parliamentarian DICK ROBSON Historian DON BRASWELL Properties Manager REYNALDO LOBEZ Founded in 1909 by Stark Young, The University of Texas Curtain Club is now in its 53rd season of presenting outstanding theatre in the Austin Area. Performing in Curtain Club productions have been such outstanding persons as Allen Ludden, Pat Hingle, Kim Stan- ley and Governor John Connally to mention but a few. The Curtain Club continued its tradition of staging plays from all forms of drama in its 1964-65 season, which has included an original one-act play, " Draw We Now the Deadly Nightshade, " Aria da Capo, Bell, Book, and Candle, Win- nie the Pooh, and Williams ' A Streetcar Named Desire. HENRY GEORGE HOLCOMB President ROBERT G. ROOSEN WILLIAM ROY KIRKPATRICK V ice-President ERVIN DIETRICH GROSSHANS, JR. JUDITH SUE GREENWAY Secretary-Treasurer JUDITH SUE GREENWAY Charles Wesley Atchison Eric N. Broline Michael James Cracraft Daniel Jones MEMBERS Peter Rolf Jordahl William Roy Kirkpatrick William Eckart Kunkel William Mac Lingo Peter Lee Maverick Joseph Milton Mills, Jr. Kees A. Talen Donald S. Webb Yuichi Ozawa as President if the International Club developed an excellent program enjoyed by foreign and domestic stu- dents alike. Gary Chason performed many roles well this year, not only as Curtain Club President, but also as an actor. Page 211 TEXAS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS, INC. BOARD OF DIRECTORS EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Front Row: Holland, Edmonds, McRcynolds. Back Row: Vowell, McGinness, Weatherspoon, Marsh. A ' o( Present: Joe Sullivan, Dave Oliphant. FACULTY MEMBERS EDWIN TURNER BOWDEN, Associate Projessor of English CHARLES T. CLARK, Associate Professor of Business Statistics NORRIS G. DAVIS, Professor of Journn lsm OLIN E. HINKLE, Associate Projessor of Journalism STUDENT MEMBERS CYNTHIA LOUISE BRANTLEY, Assembly Representative GEORGE DAVID CARLOCK, Assembly Representative JAMES CONRAD LEDERER, Assembly Representative GREGORY OWEN LIPSCOMB, President of the Students ' Association WILLIAM LEO MOLL, Assembly Representative EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS LESTER LOYD EDMONDS, JR., General Manager WILLIAM IRVIN McREYNOLDs, Editorial Manager of The Daily Texan JACK HOLLAND, Dean of Students SUSAN KAY MCGINNESS, Cactus Editor YVONNE CHARMAYNE MARSH, Daily Texas Editor JAMES EDWARD VOWELL, Daily Texan Managing Editor MARY ALICE WEATHERSPOON, Texas Ranger Editor JOSEPH PIERCE SULLIVAN, Texas Engineering and Science Magazine Editor EDWARD DAVE OLIPHANT, Riata Editor VOTING MEMBERS Front Row; Hinkle, IJptromb, Davis, Bowden, Back Row: Clark, Letlerer, Moll, Carlock. Not Present: Cindy Brantley. Page 212 TEXAS STUDENT PUBLICATIONS, INC. Lester Loyd Edmonds, Jr. General Manager Frankie Mae Lindsey, Fall Business Manager BUSINESS STAFF Dorothy K. Ricks Bookkeeper Vera Burns Office Manager La Van Harris Secretary Shari Reed Office Assistant Robert Ramey Office Assistant William Irvin McReynolds Editorial Manager, The Daily Texan Denis Edward Morgan Assistant Editorial Manager, The Daily Texas EDITORIAL Marguerite Freeman Supervisor, The Cactus Joyce J. Weedman Proofreader Robert John Draddy, Fall James Richard Gossett, Fall Richard Harold Lynch, Spring Fairchild Operators Mary Glasscock Frazier Manager ADVERTISING Fred T. Roper, Fall Henry T. Prowitt, Spring Classified Clerks Bob R. W hite. Fall Buford Barr, Spring Display Clerks TEXAS SALESMEN John Hart Amacker Robert Caldwell, Fall James Richard Coburn, Jr., Spring Kenneth Bradley Evans John H. Eads Prentice F. Geddie, Fall James P. Shaughnessy, Fall Robert Thayer, Spring Michael Bennett Smith, Fall Joe Spratling, Spring Bob R. White, Spring Larry Martin Wood RANGER SALESMEN Jack K. Kendrick Charles A. Lutz, Fall Ronald Forrester, Spring CACTUS SALESMEN Robert C. Maxham STUDENT DIRECTORY John H. Eads CIRCULATION Malcom J. Fox Manager Curtis Bronson Schultz Assistant Manager James M. Damon Adolfo De la Garza, Jr. Richard Dove James Edward Fleming, Jr. CARRIERS Harvey Dale Fuchs B. Taylor Livingston John David Ovard Bob Pahany Robert Ramey Richard Martin Reese Clark Santos Don Eugene Smith MECHANICAL ARTHUR J. RINN Superintendent PRINTER James V. Bourland John Taylor Guttery Marilyn Long James Parten Jimmy Carpenter Vernon Dickins John H. Moses Pressman Joe Davenport Pressman PRESSROOM Mike Moses Flyboy Danny Davis Flyboy William Clyde Petri Stereotyper PHOTOGRAPHERS Charles R. Collum, Spring Ronald James Deutch, Spring Robert John Draddy, Fall Richard Edward Dunn, Spring James Richard Gossett, Fall Stuart Law, Spring Rick Leahy Smith Page 213 THE CACTUS STAFF SUSAN KAY McGiNNESS, Editor-in-Chief NANCY COLEMAN SCOTT, Associate Editor, Fall CLAIR LYN REEDER, Associate Editor, Spring STAFF ASSISTANTS Carolyn Jean Bailey Lana Jo Ball Diana Lynn Boland Patricia Kay Bowers Sara Broyles Joyce Darling Jarrie Dell Davis Judith Ann Downs Alice Kay Hartong Richard Lynch Eleanor Anne Newton Dan Remington Gwen Richardson Annette Ripper Christopher Shively Dana Sue Sinclair Sharon Diane Valenti SECTION EDITORS Athletic RICHARD EDWARD DUNN JANIS MAE HUCHEN, Fall JUDITH SPEED Chronology JUDITH ANN DOWNS Dormitory and Co-Operative CONNYE VICTORIA MILLER Feature CLAIR LYN REEDER, Fall JANIS MAE HUGHEN, Spring MARILYN SUE DAUCHERTY Fraternity DONNA JEANNE POOL Layout JOHN HENRY CISSIK Military DAVID LEE SHULL Organization CAROL DIANE COOKE Sorority JANET LUCRETIA DAVIS Student Government DIANA DALE HASKINSON PHOTOGRAPHERS Robert Paul Alexander Charles Ray Collum Richard Edward Dunn James Van Holland Ronald Lawrence Lippmann Rick Leahy Smith Suun McGinn.- Page 214 1104 Front Row: Rceder, Scott, Marguerite Freeman. Second Row: Daugherty, Cooke, Cissik, Hughen, Shull, Speed, Haskinson, Davis, Dunn. Top Row: Miller. Page 215 THE DAILY TEXAN CHARMAYNE MARSH, Editor-in-Chief JAMES VOWELL, Managing Editor Fall STAFF YVONNE CHARMAYNE MARSH Editor-in-Chief JAMES EDWARD VOWELL Managing Editor DOTTIE LILLARD News Editor MARY ALICE EVANS Editorial Page Editor . . , MARY JANE GORHAM ROGER JAMES SEYMOUR Amusements Editor ... RICHARD DARBY CALDWELL Feature Editor PAUL JOEL BURKA Sports Editor REAGAN F. BRADSHAW Panorama Editor .... Round-Up Edition Editor Interpretives Editor . . . , Chief of the Capitol Staff Spring YVONNE CHARMAYNE MARSH , JAMES EDWARD VOWELL , DOTTIE LILLARD , JERRY LYNN GREER ROGER JAMES SEYMOUR JUDY BURTON . . . . JAMES MERVIN BENSON ROBERT NATHAN FAIN ALICIA REDDICK HELTON THERESA KAYE NORTHCOTT PAUL JOEL BURKA ASSISTANT EDITORS AMUSEMENTS Eldon Ray Ball Charles A. Guptill Carolyn Elaine Jenkins John Patrick Seawell Vivian Henrietta Silverstein NEWS Gloria Faye Brown John Economidy Pamela Jean Etsinger Mary Alice Evans Nancy Louise Kowert FEATURE Carolyn Barkley Judy Burton Linda Lou Reneau Robert Le Veston Simpson EDITORIAL James Mervin Benson Annie Jane Brown Judith Louise Croom Robert Nathan Fain Susan Marie Jankovsky Mary Ann Middleton Sharon Elaine Shelton Sara Lee Speights MAKE-UP Robert Lee DuPont, Jr. Charles Sanford Eskridge, Jr. Jerry Lynn Greer Alicia Reddick Helton Larry C. Jackson Carolyn Anita Nichols Mary Patricia Sharpe Gerry Stoller David A. Wilson SPORTS Richard D. Boldt Donald Wayne Cox William Earle Halstead, Jr. John Richard Houser Donald Robert Hunt Sam Fore Keach Richard Harold Lynch, Jr. Will O ' Hara - Page 216 COPY EDITORS WIRE EDITORS Linda E. Beckett Bonnie Marie Wright Binford Annie Jane Brown Margaret Olivia Burnett Kay Elizabeth Canter William Liggin Cryer Richard Alan Dillard Stephen Curtis Duvall John Economidy Kathie Howard Hughes Donald Robert Hunt William David Jaynes Martha Virginia McNeil Mary Ann Middleton Alice Emily Powell Claudia Scheske Sheila Delle Stewart Robert Hurst Thaxton Melicent Marie Tlucek William Harold Towery, Jr. Arthur Randolph Turner, Jr. Charles A. Guptill Beatrice Gonzalez Donald Robert Hunt William David Jaynes Deanna Lynn McCord Robert Hugh Morrison Carolyn Anita Nichols Standing: Jaynea, Wilson, Jackson Seated: Stoller. Standing: Ball, Etsinger, Kowert. Seated: G. Brown Standing: Lynch, Reneau, Cox, Hunt.. Seated: Halstead Standing: Economidy, Binford, Canter, Groom, Middleton, Thaxton. Standing: Benson, Seymour. Seated: Creer Standing: Denis Horgan Seated: William Irvin McReynolds. Page 217 THE TEXAS RANGER Going on its thirty second year of publication, the Ranger was produced in 1964-65 by a glittering staff cast consisting of a Phi Beta Kappa editor named Mary, a MIT graduate as fiction chief, a College House art director, a Florida trans- ferred managing editor, a philosophical humor editor and a female circulation manager with Beatle bangs and octagon sunglasses. It was a wild and woolly year and seven issues considering what we had to put up with: Loyd Edmonds, The Daily Texan, the censors, the ADS salesmen, and a minute office in the freshly painted J Building. But the highlights of ' 64-65 were the burning reviews of Jim Seymour who critiqued our mag seven times with not one word of praise! Just to show gratitude to this critic and his contribution to our publication, the staff voted him the coveted Black Sheep Award. Despite the condescending opinions, Texan editorials, ver- bal attacks at Rangeroos on sales day, the Yale University voting us No. 1 college humor magazine, the Texas Student Publications allowed us to " live " another year. So until next year, Hairy Ranger leaves this message: " Only 29c, plus Ic subversive state tax at BEB, Main Mall, St. Peter ' s Gate, and Union. STAFF MARY ALICE WEATHERSPOON, Editor JOE WALTER LEVERING, Managing Editor, Fall CLINT DARE, Managing Editor, Spring GREGORY NORMAN CABBARD, Fiction JACK OTIS MOORE, Art Editor ROBERT DENNIS DICK, Humor Editor ROSEMARY ARMMIA KENT, Circulation LESTER LOYD EDMONDS, Faculty Advisor ASSISTANTS Gregory Barrios, Jr. Eugene Blum John M. Bryant Logan Findley Cravens Craig Griffin Etter Michael Lawrence Gilmore Jeffrey Wayland Hull Janet Kay Jeffery Kim Edward Martin Joe David McNeff Annette Margret Meiners Garry Dennis Middleton Russell Carl Nelson Jo-Ann Oshry Don Passman Richard Rosenberg Barry Snell Vivian Henrietta Silverstein Seated: Mary Weatberspoon, Pat Bumput. Standing: Gregory Cibbird, Don Passman, Clint Dare, Robert Dick. Page 218 THE STUDENT LITERARY MAGAZINE OF THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS RIATA STAFF EDWARD DAVE OLIPHANT, Editor; MORTON MCGREGOR STINE, Associate Editor; JAMES RONALD JACOBS, Art Director; NARENDER DEV SHARMA, Circulation Advisor. FACULTY ADVISORS Lester Loyd Edmonds, William Irvin McReynol ds, Donald L. Weismann, Thomas Bacon Whitbread. From the very inception of Riata each staff has contri- buted its own sense of taste and value in the establishment of a student literary magazine of the highest quality. It has been the foremost desire of this year ' s editor and art di- rector, in building upon earlier formats, to present two issues of Riata which would express our own personalities while maintaining the fine standards of the past. Believing that experiment is most valid when based upon patterns well- received among both students and literary critics, we of this year ' s Riata staff have aimed at boosting the magazine ' s prestige by offering only the best in the way of literary and visual productions. It is now our highest hope that future Riata staffs will continue working with this same interest of reader and contributor always uppermost in their minds. Establishing a magazine where all concerned may one day look back upon its publication with pride is an opportunity which should make itself felt especially by the staff and its faculty advisors. In so doing, the school as well as those associated with the magazine will ever be looked to for work of a vital, superior stamp. Such an approach to Riata ' s possibilities may well contribute to the reputation of The University of Texas as a leading creative center of this country. Left to Ritht: Oliphant, Jacobl. Page 219 TEXAS ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE MAGAZINE JOSEPH PIERCE SULLIVAN, Editor JON DUDLEY SMITH, Managing Editor The Texas Engineering, and Science Magazine was created from a bill presented to the Student Assembly in 1964, authorized by the Texas Student Publications in early 1965, and nurtured into existence by a student staff of thirty members. TES Magazine, published four times a year in October, December, February, and April, encompassed the efforts and interests of all the many en- gineering and science departments and their students while pro- viding a means for creative expression in these fields. STAFF EDITORIAL Seated: Patrick Gregory Martin, News Editor; Claude Duplis- sey, assistant; James Brunei Faetche, assistant; Anne Milliard Markley, Assistant Make-Up Editor; Standing: George Gilbert Johnston, Science Editor; William David Warner, Copy Edi- tor; Walter Butch Bradley, Feature Editor; Edgar Allen Mill- er, Engineering Editor. Not Pictured: Nicholas Bluford Wil- son, Assistant Editor; Harvey Lynn Jeane, Art Editor; Bobelal Malick, Make-Up Editor; Kathryn Juanice Mitchel, Artist. BUSINESS Left to Right; Charles Samuel Cotropia, assistant; Leonard Edward Mohrman, Circulation Manager; Joel Swanson, Assist ' ant Circulation Manager; Ronald Loye McKinney, assistant; James L. Rash, Advertising Manager. Not Pictured: William Leo Moll, Business Manager; John Ring LaMuntagne, As- sistant Advertising Manager; Gregory Owen Lipscomb, Legal Adviser. Left to Right: Dwight Oliver Montehh, Phil B. Schepi, Asso- ciate Editors. ADVISORS ASSISTANTS Billy Howard Amstead William E. Drummond Lester Loyd Edmonds Lewis F. Hatch Arlie Ray McTee John Arnold Walter John Chelsea Allman, Jr. Robert Hugh Banta Patricia Jane Clements Charles Samuel Cotropia Knute Dewis Dietz Claude Duplissey James Brund Faetche Joseph Roland Krier Ronald Loye McKinney Charles David Ross Page 220 Ue pro- SORORITIES Edited by Janet Davis Page 221 ALPHA CHI OMEGA 7 op {oui: Abbott, Adams, Agnew, Akin, AJexander, Allen, Allint, Anderson, Bagtey, S. I . Baker. Baltarbee, Baxter. Second Row: Bcaselman, Blair, Blood, Boettcher. Boggi, BoiM, Booth, Breck, Brundrett, Byrd, Calhoun, Carl. Third Row: Carlson, Chlsm, Claassen, Clark, Conine, Crouch, Dabney, Dahl, Daleo, Dibrell, Doing, Dully. Fourth Rou: Faulkner, Follett, Fuste, Cirardeau, Class, Gorman, Grace, Gralino, Crilfilh, Cunn, D. Guy, P. Guy. Filth Rou: Guyette, Guynes, Halleck, Hamilton, Hawkins, Haymes, Herrington, Hester, Hibler, Hilsher, Holden, Hollingsworth. Sixth Rota: Horton, Houston, Hudgins, Humphrey, Jackson. James, J. Johnson, M. John- son, Keller, Kellough, Kremer, Lanning. Seventh Rou: Larson, Leonard, MacNaughton, L. Martin, V. Martin, Matthews, McCollum, McGinn. McVey, Minor, Moore, Moyer. Eighth Rou: Myers, Nash, Newton, O ' Banion, Oldham, Oliphant, Olsen, Palmer, C. Parker, M. Parker, Ferryman, Petet. Ninth Ron: Phllp, Ragsdale, Rhodes, Riley, L. Rogers. S. Rogers, Sachtleben, Sandridge, Scott, Shireman, A. E. Shupee, A. T. Shupee. Tenth Row: Simmons, M. Smith, S. I. Smith, S. C. Smith, Sorrell, Stockard, Stone, Swanson. Tessmer, Thompson, Torrey, C. Turner. Eleventh Row: M. Turner, Walkrr, Wearer, Webb, Webster, Welhausen, Wilt, B. Wright, C. Wright, Zachary. Page 222 w to OFFICERS Fall Spring ADRIENNE ELIZABETH SHUPEE President KAY CLYDE WEBB HARRIET ELAINE OLDHAM ..First Vice-President. .MARCIA MARGARET BESSELMAN SANDRA SUE TESSMER Second Vice-President CYNTHIA ANNE TURNER VICKI MARTIN Corresponding Secretary JANET SUSAN CLAASSEN JEAN IVY HOLLINGSWORTH ... .Recording Secretary. .. PATRICIA ANNE MOORE MEMBERS Nancy Ann Abbott Karen Adams Margaret Ellen Agnew Martha Sue Alexander Lynda Marie Alline Judi Ann Bagley Suzanne Baker Suzanne Laura Baker Judith Elynne Baxter Marcia Margaret Besselman Lee Ann Balir Susan Jane Blood Kimbell Dorothy Boettcher Mary Alleen Boggs Jeanne Louise Boise Jane Ellen Booth Susan Merrick Breck Vicki Sue Calhoun Catherine Elizabeth Carl Estha Willborn Chism Janet Susan Claassen Elizabeth Anne Clark Susan Diane Conine Nancy Elizabeth Crouch Janet M. Dahl Eugenia Mary Dibrell Tanna Sue Doing Susan Jane Duffy Virginia Kay Faulkner Mary Sharon Fox Marti Funda Diana Lynn Fuste Pamela Glass Glenda Lee Gorman Marilu Grace Mary Tedford Griffith Jaynee Carole Guynes Mina Jo Hawkins Kathryn Nelle Haymes Priscilla Jane Hester Janet Louise Holden Jean Ivy Hollingsworth Judi Kay Jackson Mary Sue Johnson Barbara Gail Keller Barbara Jane Lacey Beverly Jan Larson Jan Mason Lasater Justina Jane Leonard Mary Christina MacNaughton Lynn Martin Vicki Martin Kathleen Louis McGinn Mary Barbara Miner Patricia Anne Moore Patsy Delia Moyer Linda Caroline Myers Phyllis Joan Nash Allyne Sue O ' Banion Harriet Elaine Oldham Karen Ann Olsen Martha Elizabeth Pace Charlotte Kay Parker Patricia Ruth Ferryman Ann Kathryn Ragsdale Susan Jeanette Rogers Shirley Jean Sachtleben Elizabeth Sue Sandridge Jean Lorenz Shireman Adrienne Elizabeth Shupee- Martha Ann Smith Sandra Ilene Smith Jann E. Sorrell Jan Stockard Sharron Kay Stone Sandra Sue Tessmer Karen Ann Thompson Mary Susan Torrey Cynthia Anne Turner Camille Leal Watson Nancy Ann Weaver Kay Clyde Webb Diane Frances Webster Carole Mae Welhausen Barbara Gay Wickert Jerolyn Sue Witt Beverly Jean Wright Muriel Jean Zachary . - ' KM Chi O ' a collected toys for underprivileged children in their " Toys for Tots " iject. Lift to Right: Prissy Hester, Susie Baker, Cindy Turner and Judi Jackson. A Chi O pro; FALL PLEDGES Mary Elaine Akin Dianne Raye Allen Andrea Kay Anderson Karen Sue Battarbee Linda Lee Brundrett Judith Kathryn Byrd Christine Marie Carlson Susan Lynn Dabney JoAnn Theresa Daleo Suzanne Marion Dunne Margaret Dollie Follett Susan Ann Girardeau Peggy Ann Gralino Kathleen Nix Gunn Diane Gertrude Guy Patricia Gray Guy Linda Mellinda Guyette Elsie Irene Halleck Rita Kathleen Hamilton Anne Olivia Harrington Peggy Diane Hibler Joyce Marie Hilsher Barbara Marion Horton Elizabeth Ann Houston Constance Elizabeth Hudgins Dorothy Ann Humphrey Margaret Anne James Janet Kay Johnson Chris Leah Kellough Saundra Anne Kremer Phyllis Evelyn Lanning Susan Jean Matthews Shirley Jean McCollum Linda Kay McVey Sharon Kay Newton Constance A. Oliphant Liby An Palmer Mary Louise Parker Sara Clarke Petet Charlene Philp Carole Prim Rhodes Martha Riley Lisa Neal Rogers Carol Ann Scott Andrea Temple Shupee Orene Ann Simmons Patricia Lee Swanson Marion Jean Turner Julia Louise Walker Charlotte E. Wright SPRING PLEDGES Donna Dee Bond Mary Jane Dodd Page 223 A FALL PLEDGES Amanda Jane Ashford Mary Elaine Badeaux Judith Karen Barefield Rexie Ann Bloodworth Mary Lou Boone Sara Boone Sidney Corinne Brient Linda Carole Brock Carolyn Brooks Martha Lynn Connally Maida Mildred Corder Sandra Kay Crofts Francess Kay Crouch Susan Jane Douglas Barbara Nell Driscoll Sandra Lynn Dykes Janet Irene Ellis Linda Kay File Shiela Suzanne Fulbright Mary Alison Gayle Susan Norma Greene Jane Kathleen Grubbs Margaret Hanna Nancy Craig Higgins Diane Ruth Johnson Mary Kathryn Johnson Suzanne Curtis Julian Karen Daphne Keel Mary Dianne Kinder Ida Sue Leonard Martha Louise Martin Martha Louise Mclntosh Penny McMullin Mary Ann Nelson Diane Oliver Lillian Kathleen Oswald Nelda Ann Pope Patricia Isbel Price Dian Roberta Redford Alice Ruth Riely Carol Jay Russ Patricia Ann Ryan Sandra Blow Schneider Johanna Ann Shanks Margaret Eileen Smith Sandra Gay Taylor Paula Treybig Martha Carolyn Wolf Sheryl Anne Wolff Angela Ximenes SPRING PLEDGE Linda Lea Ward Top KHU: Ashford, Austin, Badeaux, Barefielil. Second Row: Bass, A. Beall, C. Beall, Beard, Blackburn, Dlankenship, M. Boone, S. Boone, Bra;, Brlent, Brock. Third Row: Burrows. Chaffe, Connall?, Corder, Creager, Crofts, Crouch, Crowell, Cunningham, Darrow, Daugherty. Fourth Rou: Dais, Detelle, Dodgen, Doggetl, Douglas, Driscoli, duPeriw, Dykes, Ellis, Eers, Fenderbosch. Fifth Row: File, Fills, Fulbright, Cillespie, Crccnr. Griffith, Criibbi, Hanna, Handcr, Higgins, Hoelscher. Sixth Rox: Holman, Hughe , Isbell. Jackson, D. Johnson, M. Johnson, Julian, Jungmichel, Keel, Kelm, Kemper. Page 224 h i til ( ALPHA DELTA PI OFFICERS Fall Spring DIANE KATHLEEN FITTS President MARY Jo PARKS JANET MARJORIE DARROW First V ice-President SUSAN CARO " L CHAFFE SARA LEE DOGCETT Second Vice-President KAREN ELISE KEMPER LINDA JANE DAVIS Recording Secretary JUDITH ELLEN McCASKiLL SUSAN JANE HOLM AN Treasurer ANNE ELIZABETH BLAKENSHIP New A D Pi pledges Sandra Schroeder and Judy Barefield were welcomed to the A D Pi House by Kay Yates and Carolyn Cunningham. Marilynne Ann Allen Karen Lee Anderson Lillie Anderson Martha Sue Andrews Kathryn Louise Aston Robin Ann Austin Mary Deborah Bass Janell Baxter April Beall Celia Rae Beall Linda Kay Beard Sue Evelyn Blackburn Anne Elizabeth Blankenship Ruthann Bray Patty Lynn Burrows Brenda Gay Caffey Susan Carol Chaffe Sue Ellen Creager Nancy Rae Crowell Suzanne Crowley Carolyn Frances Cunningham Janet Marjorie Darrow Marilyn Sue Daugherty Linda Jane Davis Sarah Gail Dezelle Dorothy Sue Dodgen Sara Lee Doggett Mary Ann DuPerier Sandra Evers Linda Sue Fenderbosch MEMBERS Diane Kathleen Fitts Judy Gail Gillespie Evelyn Griffiths Grant Kenny Lynn Griffith Faye Ann Hamilton Dianne Hander Alice Darthula Hardie Suzanne Hartley Janice Kay Hoelscher Susan Jane Holman Myrle Kay Hughes Linda Kay Isbell Ricki Lynn Jackson Janet Johnston Susan Bea Jungmichel Linda Louise Keim Karen Elise Kemper Beth Ann Knight Mary Katherine Knolle Mary Lee Lankford Jane Page Little Pamela Marney Dorothy Gaye Martin Sherry Nona Martin Susan Elizabeth Matthews Judith Ellen McCaskill Betty Kay McWherter Vicki Myra Melin Vicki Lu Metzler Dorothy Jean Monday Patricia Ruth Nelson Linda Kay Oatman Mary Oltorf Shirley Jean Parkhurst Mary Jo Parks Rhoda Nell Peebles Judy Lynn Pettit Courtney R. Pollard Betty Jean Rodgers Elaine Rogers Marcella Ruth Rowland Mary Kay Rundell Gail Rustin Linda Jane Sager Margie T. Sanford Catherine Shepperd Jane Bryan Shu ford Mary Madeleine Starnes Terry Ann Steves Amanda Felicita Struben Ann Carlotta Terrell Willedee Thomas Dorothy Karen Treybig Rebecca Ann Varnado Clarene Mae Walker Mary Lea Walters Gail Elizabeth Watson Paula Michele Wecker Jane Durden Whitsit Katherine Radford Yates Top Row: Kinder, Knight, Leonard, Little, Marney, D. Martin, M. Martin, S. Martin, Matthews, McCaskill, Mclntosh. Second Row: McMullin, Metzler, Monday, M. Nelson, P. Nelson, Oliver, Oltorf, Oswald, Parkhurst, Parks, Peebles. Third Row: Petlit, Pollard, Pope, Price, Redford, Riely, Rodgers, Rogers, Rowland, Russ, Rustin. Fourth Rota: Ryan, Sager, Sanford, Schneider, Shanks, Shepperd, Shuford, Smith, Starnes, Steves, Struben. Fifth Row: Taylor, Terrell, Thomas, Varnado, Walker, Watson, Wecker, Wolf, Wolff, Ximenes, Yates. Page 225 A E Phi ' s had many rushees at their house for chapter dinner during spring rush. Top R : AlcMnder, Bueoblil. Second Row: Baraich. Becker, Berliner, Bemitein, Blck, Block, Blum, Bock, Clark. B. Cohen, J. Cohen. Third Ron: f. Cohn, K. Cohn, Cylron, B. Onto, I. Davii, J. Davii, Edelman, Eiienilein, Eldridge, Epitein, Farbman. Fourth Row: Feigelson, Feldman, Finkel, D. Fiiherman, J. Fiaherman, Flalow, Gernibachcr, Crrolde, Gins- bur r . Coldinr, Gooditeln. Fifth Rmc i Goren, Cray, A. Greenfield, E. Greenfield, Hlrach, J. Hyman, M. Hyman, Jacob , B. Jeuel. S. Jeuel, C. Kalmani. Page 22 6 OFFICERS Spring ELIZABETH ROSE GREENFIELD President DIANE SUSAN GRAY Lois ANN BLUM First V Ice-President ELLEN LEE PAULE JOAN PHYLLIS HYMAN Second V ice-President BEVERLY DALE DAVIS STEPHANIE LYNN POLLAK Recording Secretary JANET ROSE GOREN MARJORIE ANN KAY Corresponding Secretary SALLY POMERANTZ ALPHA EPSILON PHI FALL PLEDGES Arlene Lee Barasch Barbara Jan Berliner Ricki Annette Bernstein Barbara Jean Cohen Julie Ann Cohen Kathy Ann Cohn Sandra Gail Cytron Ingrid Davis Ann Sara Eisenstein Gail Eldridge Victoria An Epstein Nancy Lynn Feigelson Sheryl Sandra Feldman Brenda Joy Finkel Judy Gayle Fisherman Wendy Flatow Patsy Lou Goodstein Ann Greenfield Joan Myra Greenfield Sidney Jacobs Susan Jessel Gene Lynn Kalmans Sharon Rae Katz Carol Neal Lane Terry Lynne Lauterstein Joan E. Levi Valerie Schaffer Mann Maxine Ada Mayer Jo Ann Meixner Muriel Joy Melcher Barbara Mary Michaelson Rochelle Sandra Miller Nancy Ann Nasits Susan Fawn Paley Leryl Rabinowitz Nancy Rae Roosth Gilda Bee Schepps Judith Barbara Schimmel Barbara Lynn Shapiro Barbara Belle Simon Alyson Miller Snyderman Cynthia Pat Swartz Dona . Tobolowsky Joan Lynn Unger Lynn Susan Wagner Susan Ellen Wainger Cherie Lynn Waldman Cherly Anne Zimmerman MEMBERS Phyllis Alexander Betty Barenblat Susan Anne Becker Dayle Rhea Black Barbara Merrie Block Lois Ann Blum Betsy Ann Bock Harriette Ann Clark Frances Pauline Cohn Beverly Dale Davis Janice Lynn Davis Patricia Louise Edelman Arlene Lynda Farbman Diana Fisherman Sandra Gernsbacher Leslie Ann Gerolde Lorraine Ginsburg Karen Michael Golding Janet Rose Goren Diane Susan Gray Elizabeth Rose Greenfield Margot E. Hirsch Joan Phyllis Hyman Marsha Lee Hyman Barbara Jessel Monte Sue Kalmans Gail Yvonne Kaplan Marjorie Ann Kay Candace Elizabeth Knopf Barbara Ann Lasker Barbara Hermine Leon Paula Rae Letofsky Barbara Diane Levitch Carol Joan Levitt Annette Helen Lewin Jessie Lee Mandel Teri Lyn Margolis Ellen Lee Paule Stephanie Lynn Pollak Sally Pomerantz Nancy Sue Pye Lynda Margo Rice Audrey Paige Riemer Nancy Lynne Riklin Mary Ann Ritzwoller Ileene Gay Rosenfield Diane Sue Shoss Jane Adele Siegel Leslie Diane Silberman Carol Ann Singer Jean Kay ' Singer Ruth Skibell Susan Ruth Smolins Laurin Paula Soble Doris Ann Solomon Patricia Ann Spero Helen Claire Stahl Barbara Joan Steinberger Susan Szafir Susan Lou Tocker Carolyn Wolfson Annette Faye Zinberg SPRING PLEDGE Diane Sheryl Brandt Top Row: M. Kalmans, Kaplan, Kay, Knopf, Lane, Lasker, Leon, Letofsky, Levi, Levitch, Levitt. Second Row: Lewin, Mandel, Mann, Margolis, Mayer, Meizner, Melcher, Michelson, Miller, Nasits, Paley. Third Row: Paule, Pollak, Pomerantz, Pye, Rabinowitz, Rice, Riemer, Ritzwoller, Roostb, Rosenfield, Schepps. Fourth Row: Schimmel, Shapiro, Shoss, Siegel, Simon, I. Singer, Smolins, Snyderman, Solomon, Spero, Steinberger. Fi th Row: Swartz, Szafir, Tobolowsky, Tocker, Unger, Wagner, Wainger, Waldman, Wolfson, Zimmerman, Zinberg. Page 227 OFFICERS Fall Spring NELDA KAY BECKNELL President SHIRLEY JEAN HARRIS CHERYL BALLARD NEEF First Y ice-President MARGARET OLIVIA BURNETT LANA GAIL BARNARD Second Vice-President IRENE CLAIRE BUSKE RITA ANN COTERA Recording Secretary MELICENT MARIE TLUCEK SHIRLEY JEAN HARRIS Treasurer LYDIA ANN MELCIIER ALPHA GAMMA DELTA MEMBERS PLEDGES Carolyn Ann Aaron Lana Gail Barnard Nelda Kay Becknell Peggy Sue Bobo LouEllen Elizabeth Breuer Margaret Olivia Burnett Irene Claire Buske Joan Lea Bybee Rita Ann Cotera Janet Lucretia Davis Mary Jane Davis Patricia Ann DeVries Loy Sherwood Dwyer Louise Elizabeth Eriksen Roberta Marie Feil Barbara Ann Foley Dixie Ann Gaddis Corice Anne Galloway Edna Diane Germer Peggy Ann Griffis Jessica Amber Hale Shirley Jean Harris Christina Anne Homer Mona Lisa Jones Lydia Ann Melcher Clara Llewellyn Moore Cheryl Ballard Neef Jo Ann Oshry Patricia Ann Ferryman Barbara Elizabeth Potter Mary Evelyn Potter Lynn Ann Roberts Carolyn Ann Robison Guenivere Joan Schmidt Mary Patricia Sharpe Lee Ann Singleton Sharon Marie Thurmond Melicent Marie Tlucek DiAnn Williams Enoyse Verna Wimberly Peggy Winckler Sandra June Wittig Sandra Lisette Ashurst Cheryl Lynn Blair Sharon Kay De Gress Donna Gail Dougherty Patricia Lee Etter Margaret Fisher Judy Ellen Fruchter Pamela Glasgow Sara Sue Goldner Sydney Kathryn Grunder Judy Anne Hayes Mary Kathryn Holmes Linda Nell Huddleston Janet Kay Jeffery Yvonne Marie Jensen Sarah Ann Johnson Bonnie Mae Jones Carol Ann Myers Mary Anne Nelson Jeanette Elaine Parker Patricia Ann Preshaw Carla Jo Robinson Nancy Elaine Spaw Helen Haldon Stikeleather Melinda Ann Waggener Carol Sue Walston Connie Louise Wendt Patricia Elaine Winston Charlene May Word Patricia Ellen Word I Top Row: Aaron. Ashurst. Barnard, Bccknelt. Blair, Bobo, Breuer, Burnett, Buske, Bybee. Second Row: Cotera. J. Davis. M. Davis, DC Cress, DeVries, Dougherty, Dwyer. Eriksen, Etter, Feil. Third Row: Fisher, Foley, Fruchter, Caddis, Galloway, Germer, Glasgow, Coldncr, Griffis. Crunder. Fourth Row: Hale, Harris, Hayes, Holmes. Page 228 Barbara Foley, Lydia Melchcr, and Janet Jeffery chatted with rushees during spring rush. Mrs. Patton, AGD housemother, talked with Llewellyn Moore. , - Yvonne lessen, Helen Stikeleather, Nancy Spaw, Peggy Bobo and Trie la Word joined their sisters for a Christmas Party at the Alpha Gam house. Top Row: Homer, Huddleston, Jeffery, Jensen, Johnson, B. Jones, M. Jones, Melcher, Moore, Myers. Second Row: Neef, Nelson, Parker, Ferryman, B. Potter, M. Potter, Preshaw, Roberts, Robinson, Robisnn. Third Row: Schmidt, Sharpe, Singleton, Spaw, Stikeleathcr, Tlucek, Wag- gener, Walston, Wendt, Wimberly. Fourth Row: Winston, Wittig, C. Word, P. Word. Page 229 ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA Tap Rou: Douglas, Hill, Jones, Lights, MassingilF. Bottom Row: Means, Mitchell, Katcliff, Ro- land, Singleton, Witcher. OFFICERS Fall Spring JOYCE EVELYN MASSINGILL Basileus JOYCE EVELYN MASSINCILL ANITHA THERESA MITCHELL Anti-Basileus JANET MARIE MEANS GRETA MICHELLE MOORE Grammateus Jo MERTRED FRANKLIN THELMA LOUISE LIGHTS Dean of Pledges THELMA LOUISE LIGHTS ANITHA THERESA MITCHELL .. . .Tamicouchos. . .. JUDY ELAINE STEVENS Marva LaGean Douglas Jimmye Lee Hill PLEDGES Fall Arlette Iras Jones Patricia Ann Roland Grace Juanita Cleaver Evelyn Janet Cotton Betty Sue Davis Betty Jean Devereaux Spring Janice Elaine Thayer Mary Macreeda Watson Barbara Jean Williams Karen Verne Williams Jo Mertred Franklin Thelma Louise Lights Joyce Evelyn Massingill Janet Marie Means Anitha Theresa Mitchell MEMBERS Greta Michelle Moore Carolyn Arnell Ratcliff Barbara Yevonne Singleton Judy Elaine Stevens Judy Elaine Wilson Willye Stene Witcher Page 230 A K A ' s lined up in sorority sweaters for pictures at the spring rush parties. Page 231 ALPHA OMICRON PI FALL PLEDGES Lounea Anderson Gloria Carlyn Bailey Annie Laurie Bull Loun Ellen Cargill Margaret Brown Cleland Patricia Anne Failor Barbara Louise Grant Virginia Ellen Grillo Sheri Kay Grimes Barbara Lynn Lockett Judy McNutt Sherryl Ann Morries Katherine Campbell Naschke Sylvia Jean Pearre Laura Yvonne Roye Mary Jane Underwood Louella Grace Vine Shonnie Karen Waddell Nancy Kaye Wood SPRING PLEDGES Martha Louise Brott Barbara Lynn Huber Patricia L. Kane Barbara Elaine Kunze Jerrilee Parker Gwen Richardson Sandra Shaw Connie Lynn Taylor Top Row: Adair. Adams, Anderson, Angell, Bailey. Second Row: Banta, Barnes, Barton, Baughn, Benson. Third Row: Brace, Brown, Bull, Cargill, Caslillc, Clcland. Fourth Row: Colby, Delk, Dietz, Draper, Elliott, Ellis. Fifth Row: Emory, Freeman, Grafius, Graham, Grant, Crillo. Sixth Row: Grimes, Hampton, Holland, Krubb, LeBikar, Lockctt. Seventh Row: Mason, May, McElroy, McNutt, Mitchell, Moss. Kighth Row: Naschke, Nissen, K. Owen, L. Owen, Pearre, Prcusse. Ninth Row: Roye, Sandlin, Tankersley, Tartaglia, Underwood, Vine. Tenth Row: Voift, Waddell, Ward, Wallerson, Wiest, Wright. A O Pi ' s put everybody to work on their Aggie sign. Page 232 The recently remodeled A O Pi house was put to good use during rush. MEMBERS OFFICERS Fall Spring JUDITH ISABEL WRIGHT President CAROL ANGELA COLBY LESLIE JANE NISSEN ice-President TONI LYNN COONEY ETHEL EDNA WIEST Treasurer WANDA JEANNE GRAHAM VIRGINIA LOUISE CASTILLE. . .Recording Secretary . . .FRANCES SHERRION SANDLIN CAROL ANGELA COLBY Corresponding Secretary KATHLEEN DIANE MAY Diane Adair Dana Gay Adams Kim May Angell Diana Banta Dorothy Elizabeth Barnes Rebecca B. Barton Marilyn Lee Baughn Eleanor Sky Benson Anna Kingsley Brace Monetta Mabeth Brown Virginia Louise Castille Polly Ann Coffin Carol Angela Colby Toni Lynn Cooney Mary Jo Delk Arlene Geneva Dietz Carolen Jeanne Draper Lucille Aline Elliott Sharon Lee Ellis Lee Evangeline Emory Janice Catherine Freeman Elizabeth Grafius Wanda Jeanne Graham Ruth Carolyn Hampton Carolyn Sue Holland Nita Kay Krupp Jeanette Elizabeth Lesikar Linda Lee Mason Kathleen Diane May Mary Maurine McElroy Sandra Sue Mitchell Coila Nell Moss Leslie Jane Nissen Karen Lee Owen Lynn Ellen Owen Carol Ann Preusse Frances Sherrion Sandlin Lynda Gayle Tankersley Antoinette Taraglia Sharon Elizabeth Voigt Ethel Edna Wiest Judith Isabel Wright Page 233 ALPHA PHI Barney Giles and Marvin Kristynik entertained Alpha Phi ' s Harriett Durr, Vickie Sage, Suzanne Hooser and Rhonda Johnson after a dinner given for the football team by the House actives. fop rt ' iw : Andrews, Austin, Baldwin. Second Row: Baltzdl, Barllett, Barrett, BaumsUrk, Belinr, Bcschcr. Bohls, Boland, Bone, Brice, Broyle. Third Rote: Burks. Callaw y, Casey, Cat- ady. Cloninger, Comiskey, Corbin, Crawford, Groom, Grow, Darling. Fourth Row: DeBois. EVrby. Dry, Duree. Durr, Eagle, Egelhoff, Eggeling, Klltsoo, Farmer, Fetter. Fifth Row: Kirhrrit, Gardner, Garner, Caston, GlilhTo, Goff. Gonding, Guitar, Haasr, Hamilton, Hamnrr. 5i.t A Row: Harlan. B. Harrison, R. Harrison. Holt, Hooper, M. Hooser, S. Hooser. Hous- ton, Hutlon, Jessen, Johnson. Page 234 OFFICERS MEMBERS Fall PATRICIA LUELLA PEACOCK President ELIZABETH ANNE OAKS First Vice-PTesldeM. . MARTHA SUE HAMILTON . . . Second Vice-President ARTIE SUE LANE Recording Secretary . . . VIRGINIA ISABELLA HAASE Treasurer Spring ....HARRIETT ANN DURR . ...SIIERVL KAY BEHNE ...BARBARA JANE TUDOR JAN K. GLITHERO JENNIE WEBB MARQUESS FALL PLEDGES Jan Baldwin Dorothy Angeline Baltzell Gail Barrett Margaret Lea Brice Sally Katherine Broyles Carrie Susan Burks Susan Kay Callaway Barbara Dianne Cassady Sandra Jeanne Corbin Joyce Darling Antoinette DeBois Deborah Dianne Duree Deanna Eagle Sherrill Kay Ellison Marsha Lynn Gaston Mary Anne Gooding Susan Jane Hamner Paula Kathryn Hooper Barbara Jeanine Harrison Rosanne Violet Harrison Patricia Anne Holt Paula Katryn Hooper Mary Lou Hooser Patti Lynn Hutton Sandra Jane Belknap Sherry Kay Jones Susan Erwin Kalteyer Teresa Lynne King Nancy Jean Larson Linda Kay Mavropoulis Judy Marchelle Mayes Jo Ann Patrick Janet Elizabeth Rice Lynn Ann Rogers Barbara Helen Smith Sarah Ruth Sparks Leslie Vida Stephen Hazel Ann Styron Nancy Joan Sutton Martha Elizabeth Taylor Nancy Christine Taylor Susan Elizabeth Timmins Julie Ann Van Aken Cindy Kay Veazey Carol Sue Wells Barbara June Welp Susan Wilson Witte Kay Lynn Wolters Margaret Esther Wright Sylvia Irene Yust SPRING PLEDGES Joyce Leslie Johnson Mary Susan Henry Alexis Kay Andrews Barbara Elaine Austin Elizabeth LeGrand Barnett Mary Kay Bartlett Mary Baumstark Sheryl Kay Behne Anne Currie Bernhardt Barbara Anne Bescher Linda Louise Bohls Diana Lynn Boland Ellen Jane Bone Nancy Louise Brown Bonnie Sue Casey Carla Scarlett Cloninger Betty Catherine Comiskey Helen Jan Grain Jean Anne Crawford Judith Louise Croom Sara Elizabeth Crow Mary Alice Darrah Linda Rae Dean Margaret Ann Derby Peggy Lynn Dry Harriett Ann Durr Elizabeth Ann Egelhoff Elaine Eggeling Judith Lynn Farmer Sally Ann Fetter Sara Susan Fickertt Mary Elizabeth Gardner Mary Esther Garner Jan K. Glithero Gloria Lee Goff Ricka Ann Guitar Virginia Isabelle Haase Martha Sue Hamilton Suzanne Gayle Hooser Carol Ann Houston Vanna Lee Jessen Ronda Janice Johnson Sharon Kennedy Nancy Lou Koch Anne Elaine Kolb Artie Sue Lane Janice Kaye Longacre Jennie Webb Marquess Margaret Helen McGowan Mary Ann Mellenbruch Susan Mitchell Claudia Jean Morgan Marion Catherine Muenzenberger Carol Louise New Nancy Lee Nunnallee Elizabeth Anne Oaks Suzanne Oles Patricia Luella Peacock Martha Marie Pittenger Teresa Eileen Pitts Diane Angela Pontello Marguerite Ann Sanders Vicki Jean Saye Carmen Angela Shepherd Mary Aileen Short Kathryn Louise Simons Suzanne Cory Slade Mary Kay Sorden Laurits Sue Sorenson Lucina Kay Styron Psuline June Travis Barbara Jane Tudor Janice Jane Vogel Judith Lynn Whitaker Katherine Ida White Paula Ann Willock Elizabeth Ruth Wood Jane Adair Wyss Top Row: Jones. Kalteyer, Kennedy, King, Kocli, Kolb, Lane, Larson, Longacre, Marquess, Mavropoulis, Mayes, McGowan, .Mellenbruch, Mitchell, Morgan, Muenzenberger, Nunnallee, Oaks, Oles, Patrick, Peacock. Second Row: Pittenger, Pitts, Pontello. Rice, Rogers, Sanders, Saye, Short, Simons, Slaclr, Smith. Third Row: Sorden, Sorenson, Sparks, Stephen, H. Styron, I.. Styron. Sutton, M. Taylor, N. Taylor, Timmins. Tudor. Fourth Rom: Van Aken, Veazey, Vogel, Wells, Welp, White, Willock, Witte, Wolters, Wright, Annu Ylinen. Page 235 ALPHA XI DELTA MEMBERS OFFICERS Fall Spring CAROLINE SUSAN HUGHES President MICHELE VIRGINIA GILBERT PRUDENCE KAY RAMSEY V ice-President ROSEMARY WENDORF JUDITH ANN WATSON Recording Secretary ELIZABETH LYNN KUYKENDALL JOANN LENORA AHLBERC Corresponding Secretary. .. .SHEILA ANN BIBDEN SHARRON ELIZABETH POTCHERNICK Treasurer .. .MARNEE ELYSE MOORE Joann Lenora Ahlberg Sue Ann Aldredge Nancy Anne Allen Olga Yvonne Aronld Sharon Lee Ashton Suzanne Elaine Ayer Gail Anne Beck Rosalie Raines Benson Sheila Ann Birden Paula Irene Bohrer Anne P. C. Born Carol Elizabeth Borsch Elaine Aurora Brady Barbara Sue Elizabeth Brantley Mary Joan Burns Thais Frances Castellanos Patricia Jane Clements Charlyne Catherine Cooper Linda Marie Daniel Lois Ann Elliott Karen Eloise Erwin Linnie Carol Evans Mary Louise Farrar Diane Fehrenkamp Mary Ann Geisler Michele Virginia Gilbert Barbara Anne Grace Lindsay Diane Grove Jill Daphne Hankinson Jimmie Lynn Harman Jillann Smith Harrold Katherine Ann Hiatt Caroline Susan Hughes Kathryn Elaine Keyser Elizabeth Lynn Kuykendall Carol Lynne Law Beverly Ann Linker Sandra Jean Looney Patricia Diane Marek Ellen Frances Marsh Barbara Ann Mathison Mary Ann Maxwell Carolyn Ann McDaniel Rosalind Ann McMillan Heide Roeslein Meister Mamee Elyse Moore Barbara Ann Packard Jan Elizabeth Patton Virginia Ann Pippen Wilma Jeanette Post Sharron Elizabeth Potchernick Kathleen Ruth Purcell Linda Mauri Putnam Prudence Kay Ramsey Hanne Ray Dorothy Sue Rodgers Evelyn Irene Scarlett Claudia Scheske Carol Jean Seaman Joan Marion Setzer Susan Shirley Robin Love Soper Judy Bess Stewart Susan Elizabeth Swanson Alicia Antoinette Tieber Frances Ann Waghalter Carolyn Kay Walls Barbara Ruth Warne Judith Ann Watson Rosemary Wendorf Marianne Young Sarah Adele Zimmerman CT M Top Rou: AhlbMf. Second Row: Aldrcd|e, Allen, Arnold, Aihton, Ayer, Bagwell, Bailer, Ballard, Bauer, Beck, Benion. Third Row: Birden, Blumrich, Bohrer, BoorU, Born, Bonch, Bradr, Brantley, Bunu, Cameron, Caitellanoi. Fourth Rou: Cattaldi, Cheeret, P. J. Clement!, P. L. Clement!, Cooper, Daniel, Douglai, Elliott, Erwin , Erani, Farrar. Fifth Rou: Fehrcnltamp, Fife, Fincke, Foster, Fry, Geiller, C. Gilbert, M. Gilbert, Grace, Crore, Hankinion. Page 236 FALL PLEDGES Patricia Anne Bagwell Peggy Sue Bailey Mary Susan Ballard Paulette Gwen Bauer Brenda Nell Blumrich Mary Elizabeth Boortz Lucy Elizabeth Brazeal Lee Ola Brown Kathy Cameron Maria Elena Castaldi Barbara Ann Cheeves Peggy Lynn Clements Donna Kay Douglas Marilyn Fife Ann Elizabeth Fincke Jane Louise Foster Zeta Virginia Fry Conner Jane Gilbert Barbara Jean Hall Judith Kay Higgins Marion Hurt Karen Marie Jackson Donna Gene Johnson Nancy Lynne Jostes Judith Ann Kately Janet Irene King Diane Rochelle Lequeux Judy Marilyn Martin Lynda Irene Matocha Jo Carol McGehee Marjorie Lee McNaughton Patricia Annette Minis Michene Wyatt Moore Sue Elaine O ' Donnelly Deborah Ann Paschen Peggy Jane Points Sharon Gale Saunders Judith Irene Senter Martha Small Janice Smyth Susan Swaney Diane Faye Swoboda Barbara Nell Wagner Mary Weld Ethel Lorraine Wils on Bobbie Jean Woolen SPRING PLEDGES Sarah Brushard Georgia Dolores Darrow Judith Elizabeth Keil Peggy Ellen Leasure Janet Adrian Massey Mary Elizabeth Pettit Jan Diane Wechsler Sharon Sue White Alpha Xi ' s entertained rusheea in a new house this year. Top Row: Hannan, Harrold, Hiatt, Higgins, Hughes, Hurt, Jackson, Jostes, Kateley, Keyser, King. Second Row: Kuykendall, Law, Lequeux, Linker, Looney, Martin, Matocha, Max- well, McDaniel, McCehee, McMillan. Third Row: McNaughton, Meister, Mims, M. E. Moore, M. W. Moore, O ' Donnelly, Packard, Paschen, Patton, Pippin, Points. Fourth Row: Post, Potchernick, Parcel!, Putnam, Ramsey, Ray, Rodgers, Saunders, Scarlett, Scheske, Seaman. Fifth Row: Senter, Setzer, Shirley, Small, Smyth, Soper, Stewart, Swaney, Swanson, Swoboda, Tieber. Sixth Row: Waghalter, Wagner, Walls, Warne, Watson, Weld, Wendorf, Wilson, Woolen, Young, Zimmerman. Page 237 CHI OMEGA .;; Row: R. Aleiandcr, S. Alexander, Allan, Anderson, Arringlon, Atkinson, Averill, Barbec, Bast, Bernard, ll.-y.-.i, Blanchetle, Block. Second Rou: Bowe, B. Boyd, B. Brown, Bryant, Byrd, C. Cain, . Cain, Cannon. Carlork, Carr, Cavcnen, Chappell, A. B. Clark. Third Rou: A. F. Clark, Cook, Copeland, Davies, Davis, Dudley, Eitelman, Elick, Epps, Erans, Fischer. Gibbs, Gibson. Fourth Row: Gideon, Gordon, Grove, Hall, Hamilton, Hanoock, Harrison, Union, Herolz, Hobbl, Hocott, Huckabee, Huddelston. Fifth Rou: Hunt, Hunter. S. Hiilrhingi. T. Hutchin c . Jarknon, A. Johnson, J. John.on, E. Jones, S. Jones, Kenemer, Kerr, Kincald, Koeppe. SiA Rou: C. Kolius. S. Kolius, Kruejcr, Legjett, Lindsay. Littleton, Lord. Loyd, Lyons, Maness, Maret, Marshall, Mayne. Seventh Row: 1. McNeill, L. McNeil!, Mehr, Mickelson, Miller, Mlms, Mitchell, Moehlman, Morgan, Morrlll, Nelson, Orr, Ostler. Eighth Row: Patterson, Poole, Purcell, Pyka, Ray, Reagan, Reese, Richards, Rljsby, J. Rodgers, V. Rodgen, Roundtree, Rousseau. Ninth Row: C. Ruatell, T. Russell, Sax, Schroedcr. Searcy, Shaw. Shirley, Sinclair, Smith, Speed, Speier, Spencer, Stradlnger. Tenth Rou: Slratton, Sumners, Taylor, Teague, Thlgpin, Thorp, Uhr, Vaughan, Vlckrey, Voss, Waddcll, C. VnMi, E. Walsh. Eleventh Row: Warren, J. Weaver, R. Weaver, Weber, Welsh, Whitcomb, Wickersham, Williams, Wilson, M. Wood, P. Wood, L. Young, S. Young. Page 238 A ft MEMBERS Rebekah Sterling Alexander Sidney Anderson Joan Carol Arrington Joyce Frances Arrington Sara Sue Atkinson Nancy Sue Barbee Ann Bast Nancy Bernard Eleanor Bankston Beyea Vickie Jo Billion Nancy Elaine Black Linda Bess Blanchette Martha Ann Blount Joan Marie Bohman Bette Maxine Boyd Roxanne Boyd Barbara Ann Brown Carol Linda Cain Nancy Jane Cain Ilameta Carr Donna Sue Caveness Jo Lynn Chaney Virginia Bevin Chappell Ann Bayler Clark Ann Frances Clark Suzanne Davies Sally Sue Davis Sandra Jean Duckworth Cheryl Marie Dunlap Nancy Eleanor Elick Carolyn Virginia Evans Barbara Bea Fischer Susan Sherida Gibbs Donna Lucille Gibson Carolyn Wood Grove Margaret Ruth Hagood Barbara Jean Hancock Jo Beth Harrison Linda Lou Hasten Elizabeth Head Betty Loa Herolz Kathy Jane Hobbs Gail Hocott Marsha Jeanne Hunt Zoe Ann Hunter Sally Hutchings Trudy Hutchings Claudia Alexander Jackson Judith Johnson Karen Louise Johnson Julia Anne Kennemer Amanda Katherine Kincaid Mary Claire Koeppe Catherine Anne Kolius Jerry Ellen Lieck Dana Gay Lindsay Jane Ann Loyd Pauline Lenette Lord Chi O ' and PiKA ' s practiced for Sing-Seme at the Chi O house. Karen Irene Lyons Elizabeth Maret Mary Jan Marshall Jane Lauchlin McNeill Carolyn Washburn Mehr Lizetta Lynn Miller Helen Marie Mitchell Martha Evelyn Mitchell Caryl Denise Nelson Patricia Evelyn Nelson Susan Jean Orr Nelli Jane Ostler Martha Jeanne Purcell Ton! Frances Pyka Elizabeth Ann Ray Sandra Lee Reagan Anne Carolyn Reese Helen Elizabeth Richards Susan Rigsby Janan Margaret Rodgers Sharon Sue Rountree Carol Lynne Russell Terrell Elizabeth Russell Suzanne Elizabeth Sax Martha Neil Shaw Carol Anne Shirley Nora Ann Sinclair Sharon Sue Smith Mary Sue Speed Penny Anne Speier Pamela Dean Spencer Kay Jeanet te Spring Shirley Ann Stark Janet Elizabeth Stradinger Jan Stratton Mary Elizabeth Stripling Janis Ray Taylor Patricia Sue Thigpin Michaele Ann Thorp Judy Marshall Ticknor Bonnie Gay Uhr Florence Ann Vaughan Charlotte Gaye Vickrey Martye Voss Jan Frances Waddell Catherine Connel Walsh Elizabeth Allison Walsh Grace Alice Warren Joan Dell Weaver Karen Elizabeth Webb Nancy Lee Webb Carol Ann Weber Elaine Whitcomb Sandra Jean Williams Leslie Ann Wilson Margaret Ann Wood Lueron Young Sandra Leigh Young OFFICERS Fall Spring SHARON SUE ROUNTREE President MARTHA JEANNE PURCELL ANN FRANCES CLARK Vice-President GRACE ALICE WARREN BETTY MAXINE BOYD Treasurer CARYL DENISE NELSON TRUDY HUTCIIINGS Secretary MARTHA ANN BLOUNT LUERON YOUNG Pledge Trainer KAY JEANETTE SPRING FALL PLEDGES Susan Alexander Heriot Daniel Allan Anne Averill Mary Dickey Block Janie Helen Bowe Margaret Gwynne Brown Ruth Ellen Bryant Liza Mott Byrd Anna Louise Cannon Gr ' etchen Carlock Ada Fay Cook Kay Co peland Barbara Dudley Judy Doris Eitelman Susan Elizabeth Epps Mary Virginia Fair Mary Gideon Judy Ella Gordon Candance Ann Hall Karen Lynn Hamilton Billye Louise Huckabee Ann Huddleston Annie Lamar Johnson Elizabeth Sanford Jones Suzanne Lynn Jones Mary Kay Kerr Susan Anne Kolius Janis Louise Krueger Cynthia Anne Leggett Nancy Ann Littleton Sandra Kay Maness Merry Crawford Mayne Anne McCullough Laura Evans McNeill Rita Jean Mickelson Patricia Ann Mims Jacqueline Arnauld Moehlman Margaret Frances Morgan Katherine June Merrill Susan Elaine Patterson Debra Ann Poole Virginia Ann Rodgers Debra Ann Poole Gemme Rousseau Glenna Margaret Schroeder Susan Dale Searcy Betty Lynne Stiles Mary Rebecca Sumners Jill Virginia Teague Roma Theresa Weaver Nellie Jane Welsh Gloria Kay Wickersham Patricia Lynn Wood Pamela Rose Young SPRING PLEDGES Fay Cathryn Allison Rebecca Ann Porter Page 239 MEMBERS Billie Claire Albright Jane Lynne Amend Andrea Lynn Anderson Nancy Ruth Archer Jeannie Barcus Sandra Ann Beesley Janis Ann Berly Ginger Carroll Bernard Carolyn Estine Blakey Deborah Anne Blandy Beverly Bloodworth Shirley Joyce Bowen Katherine Mary Bowers Bette Lois Boyd Janet Ethel Boyle Cynthia Louise Brantley Penelope Brooks Priscilla Ann Brown Karen Anne Byrd Sallie Sneed Carroll Nancy Marie Carroll Gail Elizabeth Clark Carol Ann Clewis Elizabeth Claire Cillins Paula Craig Susanna Currie Yvonne D ' Olive Janice Dougall Billie Janelle Easley Kitty Ann Eckardt Jessica Ellen Edwards Mary Kathryn Fitzpatrick Kaylene Foerster Sherri Lynn Fort Catherine Lee Foster Carol Jane Freeman Gail Garland Margaret Keith German Susan Gillingham Sue Harrington Jan Hastedt Susan Elizabeth Henderson Luralee Hodge Pamela Holbert Sandra Ann Hovas Lela Ann Jahns Carol Ann James Margaret Anne Jones Kathy Arlene Karp Karen Kee Kitty Carolyn King Jan Kinney Patricia Beth Knight Babette Elaine Leonard Barbara Elaine Malick Carolyn Marsh Cherie Ann Miller Narcissa Lee Moore Narcie Lee Moore Laurie Jean Morse Nancy Ann Neblett Lucille Dee Nuessle Vaughn De Leith Obenhaus Judith Nan Oxford Susan Alice Park Louise Jan Peal Barbara Anne Peel Carolyn Pence Val Jean Pinkner Tina Christine Piummer Susan Key Pound Aubrilyne Preston Pamela Ethel Primdahl Judith Ellen Rea Carobeth Reed Sheila Rae Reeves OFFICERS Fall JANIS ANN BERLY President SUE HARRINGTON Executive Vice-President SUZANN SMITH Recording Secretary AUBRILYNE PRESTON Corresponding Secretary. JESSICA ELLEN EDWARDS Treasurer. . Susan Marie Sames Betty Anne Sanford Mary Ellen Shields Suzy Shippee Sue Steele Simmons Tessa Louisa Slager Suzann Smith Linda Sokolosky Suzanne Sorenson Helen Gail Speed Martha Lyle Spencer Jane Eloise Stephens Sue Alyce Stiles Judy Jane Tedford Judith Turner Gail Allen Walter Hilda Suzanne Waring Suzanne Warren Laura Kathryn Weir Sharon Frances Wellborn Dorothy Ann Wheeler Susan Lynn Wilson Ellen Wood Jamie Ann Wright Linda Ann Wright Spring . . . SUE STEELE SIMMONS DEBORAH ANNE BLANDY . . BEVERLY BLOODWORTH LELA ANN JAHNS . . . NANCY ANN NEBLETT - i : ' ' III ; Mar - : -.- Cu M Kir Ann : V.: V.: ! I Top Row: Adams, Albright, Allmao, Amend. Second Row: Archer, Baker, Ball, Beesley, Berly, Bernard, Blakey, Blaody, Bloodworth, Bowers, Boyle. Third Row: Brantley, Bynl, Clark, Craig, Cunningham, Currie, Dansby, D ' Olive, Easlry, Eckardt, Enderle. Fourth Row: Estes, Fitzpatrick, Fontenot, Forester, Fort, Foster, Fraker, Garland. Gent, German, Gilmore. Fifth Row: Girard, Goodrich, Harrington, Harrison, Hastedt, Henderson, HcrberjcT, Hewitt, Hodge, Holbert, Hubbard. Sixth Row: Jackson, Jahns, James, Jone, Karp, Kec, King. Kinney, T.amkla, Lanford, Leonard. Page 240 DELTA DELTA DELTA PLEDGES Sondra Suzanne Adams Betty Brooke Allman Susan Teresa Baker Meredith Ball Alline Bowden Cynthia Cunningham Shuler Sallis Dansby Beverly Kay Enderle Carolyn Frances Estes Jane Ann Fontenot Constance Fraker Nancy Katherine Gent Marlee Gilmore Hilaire Michelle Girard Karen Beth Goodrich Marvyn Parr Harrison Sharon Marie Herberger Cynthia Jean Hewitt Carol Ann Hubbard Gail Ann Jackson Mary Lea Lamkin Anne Lavinia Lanford Sandra Louise Lester Mary Susan Lucas Marcy Marble Judith Kay Wiman Anne Hilliard Markley Mary Lee McClure Daryl Marie Miller Janice Johnson Murray Victoria Elizabeth Nicholson Caroll Julia Olsen Diann Eileen Osborn Edith Ann Peacock Chris Ann Peterson Suzanne Elizabeth Potter Dawn Geraldine Potter Teresa Jane Raffaelli Mardee Schramm Marilyn Kaye Sims Janis Elaine Smith Tracy Ann Smith Amanda Lou Stallcup Sharon lona Stpehens Diana Steves Frances Miiselle Towns Bella Lousie Weber Leta Kathleen Weir Sandra Carol Wesley Judy Ann Williams Alice Naomi Wilson Tri Delts gave a party for actives and pledges. Tap Row: Lester, Lucas, Malick, Marble, Markley, McClure, Miller, Morse, Neblett, Nicholson, Nuessle. Second Row: Olsen, Osborn, Oxford, Park, Peacock, Peal, Peel, Pence, Peterson, Pinkner, Potter. Third Row: Primdahl, Raffaelli, Rea, Reed, Reeves, Schramm, Shields, Shippee, Simmons, Sims, S. Smith. Fourth Row: T. Smith, Sokolosky, Sorenson, Spencer, Stall- cup, Stephens, Steves, Tedford, Towns, Turner, Walter. Fifth Row: Waring, Warren, Laura Weir, Leta Weir, Wellborn, Wheeler, Williams, A. Wilson, S. Wilson, Wiman, Wood. Page 241 OFFICERS DELTA GAMMA Fall Spring Katherine Lee Andrews Claudia Dene Arrendiell Carolyn Jean Bailey Sheila Ann Barnett Cynthia Duvall Baskette Cheryl Frances Belts Virginia Jane Brown Brenda Beverly Buie Dorothy Elizabeth Carr Marcia Claire Chalk Hazel Ann Chapman Mary Jill Chapman Martha Kalen Childs Janet Diane Christian Linda Jane Clark Clare Frances Culbertson Rowena Ruth Curlee Susan Adele Curry Vicki Sue Cutbirth Sheila Kay Daniel Jane Elizabeth Darphin Brenda Sue Dean Kathryn Ann Dixon Margo Lynn Ehni Sue Ann Eisemann Carol Lee Gillespie Melanie Godan Martha Kathryn Goode Marsha Gay Gostecnik Barbara Ann Gresham Helen Rose Hackbarth Janette Hall Becky Lee Harding Jill Annette Harris Sandra Hays Billie Kay Haynes Diane Headrick Joan Hill June Hill Marion Diane Holbrook Marcy Gene Howard Judy Lynn Huffaker Sharon Lee James Pamela Jamison Jane Elizabeth Jarrell Jean Kelly Roberta Marie Knigge Kathleen Adell Kohler Marybeth Kulp Mona May Landreth Sunny Gayle Langston JEANNE PATRICIA SWAIIN President JILL ANNETTE HARRIS BARBARA ANN GRESHAM First Vice-President MARCO LYNN EHNI ELIZABETH ANN WOOD ... Second V ice-President ...SUNNY GAYLE LANCSTON LAURA LYNN PRICE Recording Secretary ROBERTA MARIE KNIGGE JUDITH ANN MCNTEE Treasurer ..ANN McGEATH MEMBERS Carrie Lindsay Judith Carolyn Lloyd Ina Glenn Lyle Susan Jane Lyle Becky Maufrais Carolyn McClellan Carolyn Marie McDonald Judith Ann McEntee Ann McGealh Cheri Lynn Medlin Claudia Cora Middleton Donna Raye Morton Frances Constance Muller Diane Cecile Neely Shirley Ann Niehaus Mary Pancoast Orrison Hollace Ann Parks Sarah Jane Penn Patricia Pfefferling Laura Lynn Price Mara Jo Raines Louisa Gail Rarey Sarah Mary Ray Nancy Camille Raycraft Marcia Allen Roos Carol Annette Salmon Barbara Ann Sasse Paula Nelle Schwippel Frances Helen Seifert Gail Sheffield Kathryn Elizabeth Stack Carolyn Nell Stewart Carol Ann Stubblefield Jeanne Patricia Swahn Betty Carolyn Templeton Beatrice Ann Thompson Vici Ann Thomson Victoria Kay Veazey Patricia Thayer Vincent Jane Ward Linda Kay Warren Sharon Sue Waters Judith Ann Watson Diane Weber Eva Jeanne Wehmeyer Sandra Kay Whitt Shirley Gail Wishcamper Elizabeth Ann Wood Sandra Faith Worley Judith Gae Wynn Top Row: Andrew, Arrendiell, Arrington. Bailey, Baird, Barncit, Bukettc, BetU, Booth, M. Brown, V. Brown. Second Rota: Buie, Chalk, H. Chapman, M. Chapman, Child., Christian, Colgrove Culbcrlson, Curlee Daniel, J. Darphin. Third Row: N. Darphin, Dean, Dickeraon, Diion, DuBose, Easier, Ehni, Eisemann, Ellis, Fliher, Gillespie. Fourth Row: Cladney, J. Coode, M. Goode, Costecnik, Gresham. Hackbarth, Hall, Harris, Havins, Hays, Headrlck. Fifth Ron: June Hill, Hillegeist, Huffakcr, Hunley, Harley, Jamison, Jarrcll, Kelly, Knigge, Kulp, Landreth. Sixth Row: Langston, Lanicr, Lindsay, Lloyd, Lucas, I. Lyle, S. Lyle. Page 242 FALL PLEDGES Susan Kay Arrington Sharon Darlanda Baird Connie Booth Michaele Nan Brown Kathleen Joan Colgrove Evelyn Crawford Nancy Lelia Darphin Nancy Elizabeth Dickerson Carolyn Jean DuBose Nancy Jean Easley Nelda Joy Ellis Mikel Jean Fisher Beverly Carol Girdley Marcia Gale Gladney Julie Ann Goode Darrellene E. Havins Carol Jane Hayes Dianne Lanelle Hillegeist Carolyn Dianne Hunley Patricia Ann Hurley Nancy Carol Lanier Alta Lee Lucas Katherine Lee Marshall Marilyn Martin Cheryl Lynn Mayer Candy Ann McMurrey Betsey Jane Meeker Sandra Jean Miller Mary Burke Moorman Dee Ann Mullins Sharon Sue Murphy Roberta Ann Ocker Donna Jeanne Pool Mary Liza Rarey Susan Earle Rutledge Susan Lynn Stovall Susan Kay Taylor Laura Cathryn Templeton Emily Jane Tracy Victoria Jean Vanderslice Anne Scott Vaughan Frances Anthony Walsh Dianna Jeanne Weirus Betty Jean West Janet Sue White Claire Evans Whitmire Gretchen Craven Williams Sharon Dee Williamson Suzanne Winckler Nancy Elaine Wray SPRING PLEDGE Linda Jan Cooper Betty Templeton, Delta Gamma songleader, accepted the trophy for place in Sorority Division of Sing-Song. J Top Row: Marshall, Martin, Maufrais, Mayer, McClellan, McDonald, McEntee, McGeath, McMurrey, Medlin, Meeker. Second Row: Middleton, Miller, Moorman, Muller, Mullins, Murphy, Ockcr, Orrison, Parks, Penn, Pfefferling. Third Row: Pool, Price, L. Rarey, M. Rarey, Ray, Roos, Rutledgc, Salmon, Sajse, Schwippel, Seifert. Fourth Row: Sheffield, Stack, Stewart, Sto- vall, Stubblefield, Swahn, Taylor, B. Templeton, L. Templeton, Thompson, Tracy. Fifth Row: Vandcrslice, Vaughan, Veazey, Vincent, Walsh. Waters, Watson, Weber, Wehmeyer, Weirus, White. Sixth Rota: Whitmire. Williamson, Winckler, Wood, Worlcy, Wray, Wynn. Page 243 Fall OFFICERS Spring Lois ILENE BELL President PHYLLIS ELAINE ROSENFIELU ALEXIS JOAN BROWN First Vice-President JUDITH CAROL MILLEII FILLIS CAROL FRAMER Recording Secretary MAUREEN LUBEI. BARBARA JOYCE MAYERSON Rush-Captain NANCY CHARLOTTE ROTH BETTY Lou EPSTEIN Pledge Mother DIANE ESTHER ROSENTIIAI. DELTA PHI EPSILON MEMBERS Joan Ina Alexander Margaret Ann Appledorf Marsha Lynn Ashendorf Lois Ilene Bell Joan Phyllis Blumberg Alexis Joan Brown Diana Louise Cohen Laura Renee Dattle Betty Lou Epstein Ellen Edith Epstein Carolsue Farbman Sandra Yetta Fields Fillis Carol Framer Marcia Ellen Freed Olga Jane Click Frances Harriett Goldfinger Martha Kay Harris Maureen Mona Hausman Lois Roberta Heller Francine Eva Yaker Ruth Diane Herzberg Rita Kaplan Barbara Kaye Maureen Lubel Michele Claire Magilow Barbara Joyce Mayerson Mary Ellen Mermelstein Judith Carol Miller Joanne Sydney Rosenberg Phyllis Elaine Rosenfield Diane Esther Rosenthal Nancy Charlotte Roth Reesa Ellen Samuelsohn Evelyn Diane Shakno Phyllis Lynn Shav Miriam Silverberg Charlene Joy Smith Terrie Linne Weinstein Gwenda Faye Wizig Wf f|f?)f5f5 l latttt fc to Itt fel LfifcLA f f f rii SfcT detiki ISaia ! i Top Row: Albert, Alexander, Applcdorf, Ashemlorf. Beinhorn, Bell, It. mum. Blumberg, Brown, Burgheimrr, Clark. Second Row: Cohen, Dattle, Davis, B. Epstein, E. Epstein, Farbman. Fields, Framer, Franklin, Freed, j. M. Freeman. Third Row: J. I. Freeman, Click, CoMfinprr, Goldsmith, Goodman. Greenfield. Harris, Hausman, Heller, Hcreberg, Horn. Fourth Rov : Housman, Imber. Jarobnn, Kahn, J. Kaplan. R. Kaplan, Kaye, Kerman. Page 244 ION D Phi E ' s gave a Valentine Party this spring and liad candy for all. PLEDGES Marsha Helene Albert Mary Lilla Baxt Syril Lee Beinhorn Cheryl Marcia Herman Martha Fae Burgheimer Wenda Carol Cacir Benay Dorfman Clark Su .anne Elaine Davis Donna Ann Franklin Jaye Marilyn Freeman Judi Ilene Freeman Diane Marie Goldsmith Betty Susan Goodman Ronnie Jean Gottlieb Patricia Faye Greenfield Phyllis Jo Horn Helen Louise Housman Karen Sue Imber Ellen Jo Jacobson Linda Sue Kahn Joy Lynette Kaplan Sharyn Joy Kerman Leslie Faye Kriesberg Sharon Ann Lasik Martha Jean Laufer Cherly Ann Lewis Sandra Jane Lipp Judith Andrea London Diane Jane Mehl Janis Gail Miller Gayl Emily Milstein Susan Anne Naman Jane Claire Nathan Marsha Michele Newman Frances Sue Novick Merriessa Ratkin Ileene Joyce Sagor Rebecca Ann Samuelson Marlene Annette Schwartz Michele Carol Sharney Paulette Bernice Silverman Marilyn Freda Stein Judith Ann Stolbun Helene Louise Tobin Marilyn Beth Torchin Linda Fay Toubin Benita Wilma Wilk Betty Lorraine Zarchin Top Row: Lasik, Laufer, Lewis, Lipp, London, Lubel, Magilow, Mayerson, Mehl, Mermclstein, J. C. Miller. Second Row: J. C. Miller, MiUtcin, Naman, Nathan, Newman, Novick, Rat- kin, Rosenberg, Rosenfield, Rosenthal, Roth. Third Row: Sagor, Samuelsohn, Samuelson, Schwartz, Shakno, Sharpry, Silverberg, Silverman, Smith, Stein, Stolbun. Fourth How: Tobin, Torchin, Toubin, Weinstein, Wilk, Wizig, Yakcr. Zarchin. Page 245 DELTA SIGMA THETA Top Row: Bellinger, Fcnner, Foster, Freeman, Guy den, Jones. Second Row: Kirk, E. McAfee, J. McAfee, Penn, Smith. OFFICERS Fall Spring ELIZABETH CAROLYN McAFEE President .... ELIZABETH CAROLYN McAFEE CAROLYN THERESA JONES Vice-President CAROLYN THERESA JONES LINDA DARNELL ALLEN Secretary LINDA DARNELL ALLEN BARBARA LOUISE FOSTER Treasurer BARBARA LOUISE FOSTER VICKY SAUNDRA KIRK Sergeant-at-Arms VICKY SAUNDRA KIRK MEMBERS Linda Darnell Allen Elna Mae Fenner Barbara Louise Foster Sandra Juanita Freeman Carolyn Theresa Jones Vicky Saundra Kirk Elizabeth Carolyn McAfee Joan Marie McAfee Patricia Ann Bellinger Nellie Fay Guyden FALL PLEDGES Sandra Faye Smith Donna Sue King Sarah Beatrice Penn SPRING PLEDGES Karen Hope Hawkins Jackie Maxine Kimbrough Page 246 Carolyn Jone s, Sandra Freeman, and Joan McAffee gave a program for spring rush. Delta Sigma Theta rushees seemed to enjoy the skit. Page 247 DELTA ZETA . Top o: Ailami, Alliion, Applclon, Alkinion, Brnlon, Brown, Broylcs, Bryin, Butler. Second Rou: Campbell, Ciperlpn, Cirnahaa, Cater, Chapman, Datiea, Dillion, DuBois. Echol.. Third Row: Entzmlnger, Everett, Faircloth, Fallen, A. Ferjuon, K. Ferguwn, Fowler, Franke. Fujate, Gasawjy. fourth Row: Gibson, Cler, Cillcn, CHdden, Gradel. ray. Harden. Haskinson, Hecrensperger, Hill. Fifth Row: Hinton, C. Hobbs, T. Hobbi, Hoke, Ingram, K. H. Javurek, K. C. Javurek, Jenningi, Johnaon, Jonea. Start Rou: Kelty. emp, Kennedy, Kercheville, Kinartl, Ijimm, Laniu , Umbert, Leacb, Lenti. Seventh Row: Lcilie, K. LewU. M. Lewia, Logoyda, Lucksinger, Malhewa, Matlock. Matte, McCulley, Mcacham Eighth Row: Merrill, Morri., Morrow, Musick. Muth, Pai, Patterson, Pendleton. Pfardrescher, Polser. Ninth Row: Ramsey, Ratilow, Rlba, Richey, Roden, Rogers. Saw- yer, Schlower, Scott, C. Smith. Tenth Row: K. Smith, S. Smith, Sparkman, Stephen!, Tampke, Taylor. Williams. Winder. Page 248 DZ ' s gave a farewell party for the Chilean exchange students. Left to Right: Sharon Meacham, Marian Pendleton, Loyette Dillon, Martha Ramsey, Vickie Benton, Karen Jauvrrk, Patty Armanitti (Chilean) , Gwen Smith, Kathi Jauvrek. OFFICERS Fall Spring NANCY Jo CAMPBELL President DIANA DALE HASKINSON DIANA DALE HASKINSON .. First V ice-President ... BEVERLY WAYNE PATTERSON Jo LYNNE HOPKINS Second V ice-President KAREN SUZANNE SMITH PATRICIA VAN DORFY . . Recording Secretary. . .MICHAELLE ELAINE LOCOYDA SUSAN PAIS Corresponding Secretary GLYNDA KAY HEERENSPERCER SHIRLEE SUZANNE McGutLEY Treasurer GWEN BARCLAY SMITH MEMBERS FALL PLEDGES Patty Louise Abney Sherry Ann Adams Willa Kathryn Allison Vicki Louise Benton Jennifer Lynn Brown Sara Broyles Martha Carole Campbell Carol Annette Cater Marcia Kathleen Dudney Barbara Ann Echols Dorothea Jean Entzminger Annola Margaret Ferguson Johanna Franke Anne Fugate Marilyn Sue Gier Alicia Ann Gillen Cynthia Lynne Gray Lucy Carolyn Hinton Christy Carol Hobbs Terry Lynn Hobbs Hannah Hoke Diana Lynn Horton Joyce Ann Ingram Kathleen Carolyn Javurek Sarah Sue Jones Dorcas Suzanne Kemp Kay Elaine Kercheville Sandra Kay Lambert Peggy Marie Lanius Katherine Anne Leach Sue Ann Leslie Kay Lewis Mary Lewis Martha Drew Matlock Judith Lousie Morris Carol Ann Morrow Ann O ' Dowd Martha Ann Ramsey Janis Ann Ratzlow Martha Sue Schlosser Emily Carolyn Shope Susan Kaye Smith Sylvia Jane Stewart Sally Katherine Tampke Martha Dianne Toles Joicey Lee Williams Virginia Gail Williams Valerie Ann Winder Tresha May Appleton Patrycia Geene Atkinson Judith Lynn Bryan Betty Lou Butler Nancy Jo Campbell Patsy Carolyn Caperton Kathy Carnahan Judith Kay Chapman Loyette Ann Dillion Sandra Lee Dixon Susan Gayle Dubose Judith Ann England Sabra Ann Everett Sandy Faircloth Mary Michelle Fallen Kathy Jean Ferguson Nancy Ann Fowler Carole Susan Gasaway Fredella Anne Gibson Leanne R. Gilbert Sue Lynn Glidden Susan Neal Harvick Rebecca Harden Diana Dale Haskinson Glynda Kay Heerensperger Sandra Jean Hill Jo Lynne Hopkins Karen Helen Javurek Joanne Jennings Ardis Lynn Johnson Diane Chloe Kelty Nancy Latz Kinard Janet Kennedy Martha Louise Lamm Anne Lancaster Andrea Sharon Leach Leslie Lee Lentz Michaelle Elaine Logoyda Cheryl Jean Lucksinger Carol Mathews Linda Ann Matte Shirlee Suzanne McCulley Sharon Lorraine Meacham Barbara Ann Merrill Jan Musick Sharon Joyce Muth Susan Pais Beverly Wayne Patterson Marian Pendleton Judy Pfardrescher Pamela Corinne Polser Carolyn Riba Jeanne Richey Pamela Sue Roden Sunell Rogers Joanna Sawyer Francille Helen Scott Gwen Barclay Smith Judith Eileen Smith Karen Suzanne Smith Betty Gail Sparkman Emily Jean Stanford Susan Carol Stephens Kathy Dean Taylor Patricia Van Dorfy Pamela Frances Ward Danna Joy Willis Carol Ann Winner Andrea York SPRING PLEDGES Diane Kay Beacli Suzann Rogers Page 249 GAMMA PHI BETA Gamma Phi ' s worked hard with the Theta Xi ' s for Sing Song. Top low: Abslon, Adams. Second Row: Adkins, Alexander, Armstrong, Baird, Barbat, Barnhart, Beatly, Bergen, B. Bowers, N. Bowera, Boyce. Third Row: Boyd, Brantford, Browo, Bry.on, Buchert, S. Burnett, T. Burnett. Buttery, Campbell, Carpenter, Carr. Fourth Row: Gather, Clarke, C. Collier, S. Collier, Cunningham, C. DayU, S. Dari, Dillard, Downing, Duncan, Dyer. Filth Row: Earl, Engelke, Fletcher, Frank, Gallagher, Gebhart, Gilbert, Glenn, Goodwin, Hamilton, Hardaway. 5i Row: Harria, N. Hartman, Henaon, Herring, Hlg- ley, Hollia, Horn, Horton, Hudklna. Hugley. Igo. Page 250 OFFICERS Fall Spring BEVERLY ANNE BOWERS ...... President ....... MARY ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY GWENDOLYN JEAN FLETCHER ...First Vice-President. . .SANDRA LEE SWANLAND CAROL ANN STONE ...... Second V ice-President ........ BILLIE KAY JOHNSON JANE ELIZABETH PFEIFFER . :. Recording Secretary. . . LINDA SUZANNE SHELTON CORALIE ELIZABETH DAVIS ...... Treasurer ........ CORALIE ELIZABETH DAVIS MEMBERS FALL PLEDGES Virginia Ann Adams Rietta Caroline Adkins Diane Louise Alexander Ann Cathryn Baird Barbara Barbat Deborah Ruth Boyd Yvonne Joyce Bryson Audrey Alice Buchert Tex Ann Burnett Susan Sedell Carpenter Linda Lee Gather Dianna Kaye Dyer Sheila Elizabeth Gallagher Sally Glenn Charlotte Ann Hamilton Katina Herring Barbara Ruth Higley Valerie Adele Hollis Alice Susan Horn Sherri Jean Horton Nancy Catherine Hugley Carolyn Joan Keck Sabra Jane Knape Karen Jean Lavender Donna Marie Leblanc Jean Christine Leeper Dana Clora Lowe Molly Aileen Mathis Nancy Lynn Maxwell Barbara Louise Mayes Diana Kay McGaha Virginia McRoberts Mary Ellen Newberry Margie Clair Owens Mary Kay Parr Jo Anne Paul Jacqueline Lorraine Payton Martha Kathryn Post Jane Elizabeth Rodgers Karen Ann Rodgers Janice Ann Routt Lauren Ann Schulze Carolyn Simmons Carolyn Deborah Smith Suzanne Summerhill Marilyn Kay Teal Catherine Grace Trapolino Cynthia Lee Williams Marion Lynita Willsey Pamela Jean Zapp SPRING PLEDGES Patricia Kay Bowers Marcy Kay White Elizabeth Ann Abston Carol Lyn Armstrong Mary Luada Barnhart Sylvia Clare Beatty Wanda Elaine Bergen Brenda Jo Bogan Beverly Anne Bowers Nancy Jane Bowers Ruth Marie Boyce Nanci Ellen Bransford Linda Diane Brown Sandra Lou Burnett Dorothy Elizabeth Buttery Wilda Lou Campbell Margie Ann Can- Barbara Anne Carroll Mary Ann Clarke Connie Anne Collier Shirley Anne Collier Jo Lynn Cunningham Coralie Elizabeth Davis Susan Davis Martha Anne Dillard Nancy Jane Downing Judith Kaye Duncan Carol Eugenia Earl Cameron Rose Engelke Gwendolyn Jean Fletcher Jane Elizabeth Frank Judy Gayle Gambrill Johanna Catherine Gebhart Frances Marjory Gerlach Linda Kay Gilbert Alice Beth Goodwin Betty Jean Hardaway Sally Ann Harris Darla Jean Hartman Nancy Ann Hartman Elizabeth Ann Harvey Barbara June Henson Pamela Cheryl Howell Martha Lonnette Hudkins Jane Collier Igo Billie Kay Johnson Nancy Victoria Kennedy Martha Jane Klerekoper Mildred Anne Knape Lillie Jane Lay Cheryl Kay Lee Sally Ann Mathis Mary Gail McDaniel Mary Gray McGee Kathryn Nan McLaughlin Laura Clegg Monkhouse Margaret Carter Montgomery Mary Elizabeth Montgomery Elizabeth Ann Moreland Jo Ann Norris Judith Ann O ' Keefe Joan Parker Donna Kay Partridge Martha Ann Pennock Jane Elizabeth PfeHfer Linda Suzanne Shelton Sharon Elaine Shelton Linda Elise Sherrill Carol Louise Smith Donna Kay Smith Frances Ann Smith Beverly Kaye Still Carol Ann Stone Marilyn Janet Stracik Sandra Lee Swanland Bobbie Diane Thomson Carol Ann Volz Sharon Anne Waite Maureen Jean Walsh Laurie Alden Waters Frances Lenieu Wood Top Row: Johnson, Keck, Kennedy, Klerekoper, Lavender, LeBlanc, Lee, Leeper, Lower, M. Mathis, S. Mathis. Second Row: Maxwell, Mayes, McDaniel, McGaha, McGee, McLaughlin, McRoberts, Monkhouse, M. C. Montgomery, M. E. Montgomery, Moreland. Third Ron: Newberry, Norris, Owens, Parr, Partridge, Payton, Pennock, Pfciffer, Post, J. Rodgers, K. Rodgers. Fourth Rom: Roult, Schulze, L. Shelton, Shcrrill, Simmons, C. L. Smith, C. D. Smith, D. Smith, F. Smith, Still. Stone. Fifth Row: Summerhill, Swanland, Teal, Thomson, Trapolino. Vok, Walsh, Williams, Willey, Wood, Zapp. Page 251 MEMBERS Elizabeth Ann Adams Elizabeth Allen Margaret Elizabeth Bailey Caroline Susan Baker Carroll Ann Baker Catherine Johnson Beanland Rebecca Beeley Mary Elizabeth Bell Betty Bivins Judy Gale Blackaller Betty Adele Bordages Sherrilyn Bradford Emily ' Bryant Browning Mary Patricia Bruni Gay Carroll Caldwell Nancy Alexandra Campbell Juliet Gorham Carnahan Richey Christian Margery Lee Clarkson Diann Conly Louise Clarkson Connally Jane Gould Cornick Sharon Eileen Coursey Pamela Forbes Grain Elizabeth Lee Creveling Meredith Dede Crowell Susan Margaret Cushman Nancy Elizabeth Dean Lynn Denman Carolyn Jane Deshon Lynn Legare DeWees Michaele Ann Dougherty Margaret Anne Duke Jean Bell Dullnig Barry Dorothy Flippen Amelia Forman Fleeter Margaret Ellen Foran Jacqueline Sue Ford Patricia Anne Ford Alatia Plowman Francis Byrd Fuertes Gret chen Ann Green Mary Kathleen Hardwicke Constance Ann Harris Susan Phillips Hatchett Suzanne Henderson Barbara Ann Henry Frances Olivia Hill Susan Lynn Hooper Susan Diane Hull Jill Elaine James Nancy Jamison Mary Nell Jeffers Donna Ament Jessen Janet Milanne Johnson Jeanne Louise Johnson Virginia Ann Johnston Calanne Dee Koenig Mable Joy Kokernot Tracy Lynn Lewis Anne Figgatt Lovell Jean Bigham Lykes Coleene McCracken Georganne Wendell McCullough Lula Belle Maddox Louisa Perry Mahone Jean Royce Merritt Virginia Harris Meyers Susan Elizabeth Morris Sally Terry Nelson Anne Stout Newton Martha Anne Peden Susan Rowan Philbin Janis Lee Polk Kathy Powers Linda Janice Regan Lurana Elizabeth Ritter Betsy Lucindy Roberts Gail Rosborough Linn Carter Rumsey Marilyn Schmerbeck Elaine Seewald Nancy Ann Sharp Pamela Ann Sibley Carol Geraldine Smith Becky Sue Snodgrass Hilda Stockmeyer Lynne Waite Stoltenberg Elise Thayer Julie Terry Dorothy Thomas Mary VanDyne Thuss Nancy Ellen Vaughan Kristin Helen VonKreisler Myra Nell Ware Kristin Katherine Way Carolyn West Patty Wheatley Daisy Clark Whitridge Alice Merlin Wiemers CD Kit L. t Diane Ford Wommack i f lop How: AiUmf. Allen, Bailey, C. S. Biker, C. A. Biker, Baldwin, Ball. Second Koa: Brlk. Bell, Blackaller, , Bradford, Bndy, Butler, Campbell, Carnahan, Carpenter, Carter. Third Row: Chrnooeth, Chrimiiti, Clarkion, Coatea, Connally, Conlr, Cornirk, P. Crain, O. Grain, Cronwall. Fourth Row: Crowell, Cuihman, D. Davin, R. Darla, Dean, Deihon, Dohertr, Dou|hertr, Flack, Flippen, Floeter, ]. Ford. Fifth Kate: P. Ford, Franeia, Fnertea, Cable, Calvin, Gardner, Griffith.. Gulnn, Hardwicke, Harril, Hanrer. Sixth Ron: Hatchetl, Henderaon, Henry, Hill, HImel, Hooper, Horntby, HoTerttock, Hull, Junea, and Jamlaon. Page 252 OFFICERS Fall Spring KAPPA ALPHA THETA ELAINE SEEWALD President NANCY ELIZABETH DEAN SUZANNE HENDERSON First Vice-President MARY NELL JEFFERS DONNA AMENT JESSEN . . Second Vice-President JANE GOULD CORNICK SALLY TERRY NELSON Corresponding Secretary ... LOUISA PERRY MAHONE MARILYN SCHMERBECK Treasurer PAMELA FORBES CRAIN PLEDGES Linda Anne Baldwin Lana Jo Ball Elizabeth Belk Elizabeth Margaret Belknap Sally Nell Brady Diana Barbara Butler Carol Jane Carpenter Kathleen Jane Carter Elizabeth Carey Chenoweth Catherine Anne Coates Criswell Cohagan Olive Corine Grain Anne Kurd Cronwall Dorothy Dunn Davis Rebecca Ann Davis Elizabeth Lansing Doherty Kate Tarry Flack Victoria Ann Foxhall Judy Fay Gable Sally Ann Galvin Gail Lois Gardner Gail Griffiths Daryl Hale Guinn Ann Elizabeth Harver Elizabeth Emerson Hatchett Barbara Holly Himel Rebecca Hornsby Sara Jane Hoverstock Anne Corrigan Jordan Nancy Parsons LaRue Susan Camille Lee Sally Gay Lewis Janelle Alise Ligarde Nancy Madeline Luton Sara Nancy Mann Susan Marinis Verner Sue Matthews Margery Mayfield Stephanie Anne Millard Margaret Miller Marvin Alice Miller Mary Jane Northurp Katherine Anne Pace Sue Ellen Peterson Judith Marie Robinett Jane Brite Roderick Cherry Stayton .Elizabeth Katherine Steinle Alice Stuart Taylor Judith Ann Tisdale Jane Lenore Vineyard Julia Caroline Wilson Theta pledges decorated and flew kites just before initiation. ' " ; Row: Jeffers, lessen, J. Johnson, Johnston, Koenig, LaRue, S. Lewis, Ligarde, Lovell, Luton, Maddox. Second Row: Mahone, Mann, Marinis, Matthews, Mayfield, McCracken, Mc- Cullough, Merritt, Meyers, Millard, Miller. Third Row: Morris, Nelson, Newton, Northrup, Pact;, Peden, Philbin, Polk, Powers, Regan, Robinett. Fourth Row: Roderick, Rosborough, Rum- sey, Schmerbeck, Seewald, Sharp, Sibley, Steinle, Stockmeyer, Stoltenberg, Taylor. Fifth Row: Thayer, Tisdale, Vinyard, Ware, Way, West, Wheatler, Whitridge. Wiemers, Wilson, Wommack. Page 253 PLEDGES Kappas enjoyed food and fellowship at the annual Scholarship Banquet. Katharene Judy Aspinwall Lynne Adair Beavers Bonnie Ann Bohnn Lucy Minette Brants Elizabeth Lawrence Broad Betsy Lynn Brooks Anne Warwick Brown Beverly Sue Bunting Susan Jean Darmer Mary Bowne Dransfield Sandra Kay Fish Linda Gail Fitch Mary Helen Frost Melinda Uhlane Fry Linda Lea Goss Vesta Anne Greenleaf Jane Biedenharn Hargis Holly Loralee Hemphill Marilee Herren Bari Lynn Holden Eleanor Thomson Hutcheson Courtney Clare Johnson Lauren Lois Lallier Evalyn Delilah Lane Celia Lynn Loomis Mary Lee Martin Nancy Ann Martin Linda Nanette McCullough Claire Ann Miller Jan Annabel Miller Barbara Leigh Moore Olivia Leachman Oliver Helen Jester Penland Janet Russell Paula Beth Savage Nancy Ann Schwer Anne Sewell Carol June Smith Sondra Jean Smith Sharon Ann Sorenson Sherrill Jane Spradley Dianne Stauffer Patricia Thompson Patricia Evelyn Thomson Andrea Lee Tittle Susan Phyllis Urquhart Nancy Christine Varner Susan Warriner Florence Ann Wells Bettie Townsend Willerson V ' A x ti f f}f i A I j f Tap Raw: Akridfe, J. Alexander, M. Alean li-r, Aipinwall, Auitin. Second Row: Bachman, Bon, Beavers, Bohoa, Bowman, Brackenridfe. Branli, Brindlejr. Broad, Broolu, Brown. Third Row: Buntlnf, Butter, Cliamkrrlin, Compere, Crawford, Dennis, J. Darmer, S. Darmer, DeSandera. Dranifield, Eichner. fourth Rov: Fiah, Fitch, Flcmlnf. Froat, M. Fry, S. Fry. Garnrtt. Gettier, Glriton, Cow, Green, filth Row: Hall, Hardie, Hargia, . Hemphill, Herren, Hl(hl, Hoffman, Holden, Holzapfel, Hu(he , Jamei. SiMh Row: E. Johnnon, Kapoita, Kenfla, Kreiile, Lalller, Lane. Leach, Loomla, Lowdon, I.owry, MaRouyrk. Page 254 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Virginia Ann Akridge Julie White Alexander Maria Lee Alexander Nancy Lynn Armstrong Kathryn Mary Austin Elizabeth May Bachman Janis Bean Janet Bowman Susan Kathleen Boyd Mary Imogene Brackenridge Martha Love Brindley Elizabeth Ruth Brown Bette Lee Butter Carolyn Burton Campbell Jo Anne Chamberlin Margaret Eleanor Collins Nancy Jane Compere Mary Compton Brenda Joy Cowper Jean Hooland Graver Alice McKallip Crawford Judith Kay Darmer Catherine Biedenharn Dennis Sue Madeline DeSanders Margaret Frances Eichner Diana Gail Fleming Charlotte Anne Florence OFFICERS Fall Spring MARTHA LOVE BRINDLEY President BARBARA LYNN STONE PATSY LEE MCCAFFERTY First Vice-President ELIZABETH CLAIRE HERD BARBARA LYNN STONE . . .Second Vice-President. .. LUCIA CAROLYN PAINTER JANET LEE MILLER .. Recording Secretary. ..HELEN ELIZABETH VAN WAGONER MARGARET BEVERLY SORIERO . . Corresponding Secretary. . .PENELOPE SCHWER MEMBERS Susan Downs Fry Linda Garnett Elizabeth Dianne Garrett Anne Van Zandt Gerrard Susan Gay Gettier Mary Ann Gleason Sarah Elizabeth Green Barbara Velma Haag Elizabeth Christine Hall Mary Adele Hardie Susan Wells Hartman Elizabeth Claire Herd Penelope Hight Stacy Lyn Hoffman Carol Linda Holzapfel Kathie Howard Hughes Catherine Belt Jacob Michael Hope James Martha Jean Jennings Evelyn Phillis Johnson Susan Elizabeth Kaposta Margery Kengla Julianne Kirklin Linda Kreisle Linda Diana Leach Ann Maria Lowdon Lana Christine Lowry Ann Louise Magouyrk Prudence Drew Mahaffey Mary Jane Maxfield Patsy Lee McCafferty Peggy Lou McCafferty Malinda McCall Lenox Dare McClendon Eugenia Aline McCuistion Mollye Aleda McDowell Helen Russi Menger Ellen Robertson Miller Janet Lee Miller Margaret Diane Moore Patricia Ann Munn Denny Newberry Mary Mike Oles Mary Jay Orr Lucia Carolyn Painter Ann Renee Paris Sydney Philen Leslie Lynn Priddy Margaret Lynn Robinson Suzanne Kay Rucker Brooke Bennett Rumsey Penelope Schwer Elizabeth Ann Scott Nancy Coleman Scott Nancy Sealy Martha Lewalling Seay Suzanne Senevey Julia Shaw, Exchange Student Camilla Anne Simpson Patti Gay Smyth Margaret Beverly Soriero Mary Patricia Spence Helen Mae Spencer Frances Spivy Susan Elizabeth Stegner Patty Anne Stephens Paula Wynne Stephens Mary Nell Sticksel Barbara Lynn Stone Sharon Ann Sweeney Patricia Suzanne Taylor Camilla Beall Thompson Carol Jean Tumy Kathleen Ames Tyler Jane Hopkins Underwood Helen Elizabeth Van Wagoner Dorothy Varner Avrye Lynn Walton Sally Eleanor Weinert Suzanne Wilkins Williams Top Row: Mahaffey, M. Martin, N. Martin, Paliy McCafferty, Peggy McCafferty, McCulIough, C. Miller, J. A. Miller, J. L. Miller, B. Moore. Second Rate: Oles, Olirer, Paris, Pen- land, Philen, Robinson, Russell, Savage, N. Schwer, P. Schwer, E. Scott. Third Row: N. Scott, Sealy, Seay, Senevey, Sewell, Simpson, C. Smith, S. Smith, Smyth, Sorenson, Spencer. Fourth Ron: Spradley, Stauffer, Stegner, P. W. Stephens, Sticksel, Stone, Taylor, C. Thompson, P. Thompson, Tittle, Tumy. fifth Ron: Tyler, Urquhart, Van Wagoner, D. Varner, N. Varner, Walton, Warriner, Weinert, Wells, Willerson, Williams. Page 255 PHI MU OFFICERS Fall Spring KAREN KAY WALTON President KAREN KAY WALTON SUSAN ELIZABETH WAGNON . . Vice-President . . SUSAN ELIZABETH WACNON WILDA RAE LOWDEN Secretary ANITA LOUISE PRINCE MARY CARRINCTON GOWEN Treasurer MARY CARRINGTON GOWAN BENNIE JEAN CLINTON .... Panhellenic Delegate .... MARY CLAIRE RUSSELL MEMBERS Top Row: Aicklrn, Butlchek, Clinton. Second Row: En- nit, Flower, Fry. Third Row: Gowen. Griffith, Jarrrtt. Fourth Row: I.anoiz, LPrelle, Lowdrn. Fifth Row: M irlyn. Orti, Prince. Sixth Row: Renola, Runrll, Schwetke. Seventh Row: Seirlfht, Snydrr, Stuird. Eifhth Row: Trplejr, Thompion, Wagnon. Ninth Row: Wilton, Wright. Gayle Louise Aicklen Mary Anthony Butschek Bennie Jean Clinton DeYette Mary Flower Mary Carrinton Gowen Cheryl Ann Jarrett Deanne May Lanoix Wilda Rae Lowden Patsy Ann Martyn Virginia Ann Ennis Sara Diane Fry Priscilla Lynn Griffith Laura- Louise LaPrelle Olga Kay Wright Marilyn Jeanne (Jrts Anita Louise Prince Mary Claire Russell Carol Ann Searight Judith Ann Snyder Joy Alice Tarpley Susan Elizabeth Wagnon Karen Kay Walton Patricia Winifred Wood FALL PLEDGES Maria Renola Claudine Schwetke Tommy Earle Stuard Joyce Catherine Thompson SPRING PLEDGES Patty Wade Lobrano Sheryl Anne Rotter Page 256 Phi Mu ' s relaxed at their annual Christmas Party. Phi Mu won first place in the Sorority Division of the Aggie Sign contest with their " Security is Beating A M. " Page 257 OFFICERS FALL PLEDGES Fall Spring Pamela Gray Adkins Joan Carol Amacker Joan Bergstrom Gaile Lottie Bering Carol Deanne Brooks Janet Carroll Burroughs Danielle Solange Bussard Edna Candace Cauthorn Carol Ann Conway Mary Francelia Crittenden Cheryl Cromer Caren Elizabeth Cruse Marilyn Doherty Mary Rowena Fenstermaker Laura Dean Ford Joan Elaine Frensley Kay Fuller Priscilla Lamar Fullilove Virginia Estelle Gerth Georgia Ania Graham Fredericka Stuart Gray Judy Holmes Jane Leffingwell Leizear Nancy Gray Loins Leslie Scranton Lorenz Ruth Gay Lyles Adrienne McCullough Frances Little McMath Mary Alice McPherson Margareth Ann Meihaus Susan Elizabeth Moore Marilyn Moorman Nancy Naber Nancy Ann Norman Rebecca Jean Parker Dabney Carr Phillips Becky Prendergast Linda Martin Reed Pamela Sandeis Susan Wood Soriero Suzanne Terrell Jean Ann Weger Cynthia J. West Mary Ellen White Suzannah Margaret Wilcox Marcellene Snorf Wilson SUE COLCIN HOWELL President NANCY CLARK Wool DOROTHY ANN WYATT Vice-President NANCY SUSAN PITZER JEANNETTE SELMAN BAKER . Recording Secretary .... SUSAN MARTHA SAVAGE MARY NELL FELDT Corresponding Secretary MARY NELL FELDT MARY JANE WALTON Treasurer CAROLYN CLIFTON BRASELTON SPRING PLEDGE Anna Harvey Brelsford Nancy Lila Alexander Nancy Holden Allen Jeanne Amacker Helen Sharp Anderson Mary Greenwood Anderson Courtney Margaret Baetz Kathryn Ann Bailey Jeannette Selman Baker Lona Katherine Bethea Linda Black Linda Carol Brack Carolyn Clifton Braselton Barbara Anne Brenan Anne Bryan Judy Castleberry Maurya Carhey Kay Candace Cauthorn Courtney Alice Cheney Catherine Cocking Josephine Butler Cooper Patricia Florine Crady Becky Crouch Nancy Louise Denman Nancy Dieterich Madelyn Doherty Mary Ellen Dooley Sara Kathryn Douglas Jane Kemble Dunbar Paula Gay Edwards Linda Kay Emerson Mary Nell Feldt Ann Leslie Fenstermaker Martha Fulton Fenstermaker Kathleen Ann Fisher Martha Dalrymple Fisher MEMBERS Joanne Geyne Virginia Sue Graham Marilyn Gregor Susan Louise Grow Nancy Hale Ann Eldridge Hall Katherine E. Hardin Lucy Gail Holmes Jean Fariss Horsley Sue Colgin Howell Carolyn Hunter Judith Lynn Jaegli Anne Jordan Carolyn Josey Mary Susan Kean Nona Katherine Kean Sally Kleberg Susan Isabel Kline Jane Honey Lemon Judy Ann Lloyd Ann Garner Lond Penny Lord Alicia McCullough Margaret C. McWhorter Margie Jeannette Mallett Susan Mattiza Melinda Claire Mayes Marilyn Mays Martha Minter Eugenia Morris Helen Hardy Murchison Melinda Murphy Susan Page Charlotte Gibson Peters Nancy Susan Pitzer Priscilla Jane Porter Linda Majorie Prentice Mary Elizabeth Ragsdale Nancy Carol Ragsdale Elizabeth Carroll Rehman Judy Robinson Nancy Lee Rogers Mary Lillian Ross Elizabeth Anne Sauer Susan Martha Savage Janet Schuster Mary Katherine Sealy Sandra Sears Diana Lee Sessions Linda Gail Shank Sallie Sue Skelley Bea Ann Smith Gail Addison Smith Donna Lee Stafford Kathy Stephenson Anne Finch Taylor Susan Marie Teeple Josephine Vance Tucker Jeanie Tunstill Jo Frances Tyng Linda Louise Walker Mary Jane Walton Susan Ross Weber Anna Frances White Margo Dunn Whitley Roberta Evelyn Wilson Cynthia Taylor Wood Nancy Clark Wood Dana Rose Wortham Dorothy Ann Wyatt Top Row: Adkins, Allen, J. R. Amacker. Second Row: J. C. Amacker, H. Anderson, Baetz, Bailey. Bergstrom, Bering, Bethea, Braselton, Brenan, Brooks, Burroughs. Third Row: Castleberry, Cheney, Cooper, Crady, Crittenden, Cromer, Crouch, Cruse, Denman, Marilyn Doherty, Dooley. Fourth Row: Douglas, Edwards, Emerson, Feldt, A. Fenstermaker, M. F. Fenstermaker, M. R. Fenstermaker, K. Fisher, M. Fisher, Ford, Frensley. Filth Row: Fuller, Fullilove, Orth, Ceyne, C. Graham, V. Gruhara, Crow Hale, Hall, Hardin, I. Holme Sixth Row: Horsley, Howell, Jargli, Jordan, M. Kean, N. Kean, Kleberg, Kline, Leiieal, Lemon, Loftis. Page 258 PI BETA PHI Pi Phis sang " The Little Drummer Boy " with the Dells in Sing-Song. 1 Q p % ' [ Top Row: P. Lord, Lorenz, Lyles, Mallett, Mayc, Mays, McCullougli, McMatli, McPherson, McWhortrr, Mcihaus. Second Row: .Moore, Moorman, Murchison, Murphy, Naber, Nor. man. Page, Parker, Phillips, Porter, Prendergast. Third Row: M. Ragsdale, Reed, Rehmann, Robinson, Rogers, Ross, Saner, Savage, Schuster, Sealy, Sessions. Fourth Row: Skelley. Smith, Soriero, Stafford, Stephenson, Taylor, Tceple, Tunstill, Tyng, Walker, Walton. Fifth Row: Teresa L. Wang, Weber, Weger, West, A. White, Wilcox, M. Wilson, R. Wilson. C. Wood, N. Wood, Wortham. Page 259 ' 015 I ' TIT- Terry Taraon, Clodia Friedberger, Libby Holland and Susan Susser had fun working on the pledge skit for the SDT house party. " Susan Susser and her date were among the participants in the SDT weiner roast Pease Park. Top Row: Abramaon, Aronstcin, Bedrin, Bernstein, Cohen, D. Eisenberg. Second Row: S. Eisen- berg, E merman. Fisher, Fogelman, Friedberger, Gellman. Third Row: Geppert, Gerson, Gewertz, Glickman, E. Goldberg, S. Goldberg. Fourth Row: Goldstein, Heller, H. Hoffman, M. Hoffman, Holland, C. Katz. Fifth Row: W. Katz, Kelfer, Kirsner, Klar, Levy, Lipinaky. Sixth Row: Maged- on, Ma nr, Neuman, Plotsky, Reisberg, Rogoff. Seventh Row: Rosenberg, C. Roth, M. Roth, Rothman, Shacter. Eighth Row: Shapiro, Shinbaum, Siegel, Spector, Stangle. Ninth Row: Stetzer, Suckle, H. Sus er, S. Susspr, Tallal. Tenth Row: Tamon, Utay, Wagner, Weksler, Wizig. Page 260 SIGMA DELTA TAU OFFICERS Fall Spring MYRA HELENE FISHER President CELIA PICARD GELLMAN ROSE DIANE ROSENBERG First Vice-President ...MADELEINE ESTHER ROTH ROSE HARRIET SLIPAKOFF ..Second Vice-President .. BARBARA DIANE FRIEDMAN DIANNE LYNNE PLOTSKY Recording Secretary DIANE CAROL EISENBERG CECIL PICARD GELLMAN Treasurer CAROL ANNE KATZ MEMBERS Diane Carol Eisenberg Myra Helene Fisher Barbara Diane Friedman Marilyn Frances Friedman Celia Picard Gellman Amy Betsy Geppert Sara Ann Goldberg Lynne Gordon Marilyn Gayle Hoffman Carol Anne Katz Elaine Janis Kelfer Lory Tudy Lipshitz Helen Magedson Paillette Dana Nebrat Gail Patricia Neuman Dianne Lynne Plotsky Eve Joyce Rogoff Rose Diane Rosenberg Madeleine Esther Roth Mitzi Ranel Shapiro Meryl Lynn Siegel Rose Harriet Slipakoff Sally Lauren Stangle Sandra Gail Stern Carolyn Sue Stroller Sharyn Elaine Suckle Harriet Ann Susser PLEDGES Shirley Elaine Abramson Marion Adele Aronstein Linda Joyce Bedrin Sharon Kaye Bernstein Sandra Carol Cohen Sandy Jean Eisenberg Marsha Ann Emerman Suzann Fogelman Gloria Friedberger Teri Margaret Gerson Beverly Gewertz Martha Ann Glickman Evelyn Goldberg Susan Joy Goldstein Janene Sharon Heller Helene Sue Hoffman Libby Harriet Holland Walda Mayer Katz Georgia Joan Kirsner Anne Helene Klar Marilyn Sue Levy Susan Kaye Lipinsky Janis Irma Mazur Judy Pauline Reisberg Carolyn Roth Ellen Sue Rothman Sherlyn Beth Shacter Cheryl Dean Shinbaum Constance Lynn Spector Tamar Spector Cynthia Nan Stetzer Susan Susser Sheryl Eve Tallal Terrel Jo Tamon Peggy Sue Utay Rae Wagner Ronni Joy Weksler Judith Lynn Wizig Page 261 lll hjfl Ittl Dn tun Top Row: Alexander, Anderson, Axley, Barnard, Baas, Baucum, A. Beasley, C. Bcasley, Bells, Bishop, Broesche, Buell, Burcham. Second Row: Burk, Blaire Busby, Butler, Calkins, CaahioD, Chapman, Conwill, Coughlin, B. Cunningham, D. Cunningham, Curry, Davis, Deal. Third Row: Dcnton, D. Dirks, M. Dirks, Donelaon, Douglas, Downs, Edmondson, Elrod, Erbcn, Fairbend, Ferguson, Fisch, Ford. Fourth Row: Foreman, Fotirnace, Ganl, Garner, George, Graham. Hall, Hlrris, Hartman, Hashop, Hearlfield, Hebcrt, Homan. fifth Row: Hundley, Jar rell, Jesse, M. Kelley, S. Kelley, Kent. Knolls, Koch, Kroll, Kuhl, Kurtz, Kush, Larson. Sixth Row: Lawson, Uderer, Leeton, B. Lewis, C. F. Lewis, C. L. Lewis, Manchester, Marrsh. Marmion, M. Martin, S. Martin, Mayo, McCarty. Seventh Row: Meyer, Monk, Moore, Nebeker, Nelson, Ochse, Orton, P. J. Parish, P. K. Parish, Parker, Pendery, Perry, Pierce. Eighth Row: Preston, Quillen, Rainey, Richardson, Risinger, Rorex, Roshton. Rountree, Saegert, Sands, Schmidt, Srhwan, Shaw. Ninth Row: Shear, Sheelei, Shocklcy. Sikes, Sims, Slater, B. Smith, J. Smith, W. Smith, Sommer, Stover, Sturgis, Swift. Tenth Row: T. Taylor V. Taylor, Teutsch, Thompson, Thornberry, Thornton, J. L. Traughber, J. A. Traughber, Van Fleet. Wallace, Ward, Warren, Wayland. Eleventh Row: Weaver, Weil, Wilkes, Windrum, Willman, Wood, L. Wright. S. Wright. Page 262 ZETA TAU ALPHA OFFICERS Fall Spring HENRIETTA WEAVER President ANN BEASLEY JERRY Lu TRAUGHBER Vice-President SHERRY LOUISE GRAHAM MARY Lou ROSHTON Corresponding Secretary SYDNEY THOMPSON CINDA SUE SANDS Recording Secretary SARAH FRANCES BURCHAM ALICE RAINEY .. ..Treasurer .. .VIRGINIA ANN TEUTSCH MEMBERS Zeta ' s had fun at a dessert party with the K Vs. Rosalie Alexander Lynn Eleanor Barnard Laura Jane Bass Ann Beasley Charlotte Traylor Bell Barbara Carol Broesche Sarah Frances Burcham Linda Lee Burk. Blaire Busby Brooke Busby Sarah Susan Butler Judith Lee Calkins Charlotte Renee Chapman Keith Margaret Conwill Betty Rush Cunningham Dinah Camille Cunningham Rosemary Curry Linda Louise Deal Malley Myrthe Dirks Diane Elizabeth Donelson Nancy Jean Douglas Judith Ann Downs Carol Ann Edmondson Patricia Anne Elrod Patricia Jo Fairbend Jean Ellen Ferguson Carole Sue Fisch Judy Hall Foreman Dana Gaylen Gant Sherry Louise Graham Katherine Mary Hall Kathryn Anne Hashop Cynthia Ann Hebert Mary Ethelyn Hill Bonnie Ann Homan Pamela Hundley Margerite Kelly Jarrell Maryanna Rose Jesse Margaret Ann Kelley Sharon Kelley Roberta Bernice Kent Lousie Dale Knotts Mary Florence Koch Charlotte Kroll Peggy Jo Kurtz Carol Ann Kush Lynne Carol Larson Tina Lynn Lawson Martha Gene Lederer Charlynn Anderson Kay Jeter Axley Jane Baucum Corless Eleanor Beasley Julie Davis Bishop Susan Darr Buell Brownie Sue Cashion Kathryn Lee Coughlin Helen Elaine Davis Ann Barnett Denton Deborah Lee Dirks Candyce Gay Erben Jane Blake Ford Elizabeth Jo Fournace Judith Ann Garner Florence George Lynne Bryan Graeser Darlene F. Harris Sarah Ann Hartman Jane Heartfield Julia Kluge Martha Eloise Kuhl Bonnie Sue Lewis Connie Lou Lewis Victoria Lynn Manchester Lucy Elizabeth Leeton Carol Lewis Gloria Kay Maresh Mary Sue Marmion Sharon Kay Martin Martha Jo Mayo Claudia Ann McCarty Jacqueline Kay Miller Joan Elizabeth Montgomery Carolyn Poole Moore Susan Josephine Orton Pamela Jo Parish Patricia Kay Parish Judith Ann Piazza Cynthia Jean Pierce Frances Prestion Alice Rainey Dianna Hayes Reilly Roberta Elizabeth Richardson Margaret Ann Robinson Mary Lou Roshton Nanette Frances Rountree Cinda Sue Sands Betsy Martha Schwartz Sandra Sue Shaw Susan Shockley Susan Hubbard Sikes Carol Ann Sims Mary Slater Warrie Lynn Smith Susan Sommer Sarah Lee Sturgis Mary Alice Swift Terri Lyn Taylor Vicki Taylor Virginia Ann Teutsch Sydney Thompson Andrea Leslie Thorton Jerry Lu Traughber Mary Nell Van Fleet Janet Gail Wallace Jeannie Linn Wayland Henrietta Catherine Weaver Theo Nancy Wilkes Cherry Antoinette Windrum Andrea Patton Wood Linda Ellen Wright Sandra Lea Wright PLEDGES Mary Lucille Martin Cynthia Jean Meyer Carmela Griffin Monk Katherine Noel Nebeker Dorothy Nelson Amanda Marie Ochse Rae Jean Parker Marilyn Jo Pendery Jon Anna Perry Sharon Diane Quillen Mary Ella Risinger Patricia Lynn Rorex Susan Camille Saegert Martha Jane Schmidt Pamela Jean Shear Lois Catherine Sheller Beverly Murdaugh Smith Johanna Smith Nancy Eileen Stover Molly Thornberry Jill Ann Traughber Shelia Marian Ward Anne Hal Warren Bessie Dan Weil Marolyn Wittman Page 263 PANHELLENIC COUNCIL OFFICERS fall Spring MARY Jo DELK President ELIZABETH ANN EGELHOFF MARION DIANN HOLBROOK V ice-President BARBARA KAYE JANE GOULD CORNICK Secretary MICHAEL HOPE JAMES MYRA HELENE FISHER Treasurer WARRIE LYNN SMITH ELEANOR BANKSTON BEYEA Parliamentarian . . RUTH SKIBELL MEMBERS Fall Spring MARY TEDFORD GRIFFITH Alpha Chi Omega KATHRYN NELLE HAYMES KAY CLYDE WEBB JEANNE LOUISE BOISE JANE BRYAN SHUFORD Alpha Delta Pi PATRICIA NELSON PATRICIA NELSON JUDY KAREN BAREFIELD CAROL ANN SINGER Alpha Epsilon Phi RUTH SKIBELL RUTH SKIBELL VICTORIA ANN EPSTEIN MARY EVELYN POTTER Alpha Gamma Delta MARY JANE DAVIS MARY JANE DAVIS NANCY ELAINE SPAW MARY Jo DELK Alpha Omicron Pi ELIZABETH ISABELL GRAFIUS ELIZABETH ISABELL GRAFIUS VIRGINIA ELLEN GRILLO LUCINA KAY STYRON Alpha Phi ELIZABETH ANN EGELHOFF ELIZABETH ANN EGELHOFF ANNE ELAINE KOLB SUZANNE ELAINE AYER Alpha Xi Delta FRANCES ANN WAGHALTER FRANCES ANN WAGHALTER NANCY LYNNE JOSTES ELEANOR BANKSTON BEYEA Chi Omega NANCY BERNARD NANCY BERNARD GLENNA MARGARET SCHROEDER DEBORAH ANNE BLANDY Delta Delta Delta CAROLYN PENCE CAROLYN PENCE MEREDITH BALL MARION DIANN HOLBROOK Delta Gamma MARCY KATHERINE GOODE MARCY KATHERINE GOODE HOLLACE ANN PARKS MARGIE APPLEDORF Delta Phi Epsilon BARBARA KAYE BARBARA KAYE ELLEN EDITH EPSTEIN MARTHA LOUISE LAMM Delta Zeta MARION PENDLETON MARION PENDLETON KATHY CARNAHAN JANE FRANK Gamma Phi Beta JANE FRANK CAROL ANN VOLZ LILLY LAY JANE GOULD CORNICK Kappa Alpha Thela JANET JOHNSON JANET JOHNSON LINDA JANICE REGAN DENNY NEWBERRY Kappa Kappa Gamma MICHAEL HOPE JAMES MICHAEL HOPE JAMES SUSAN PHYLLIS UROUHART BENNIE JEANNE CLINTON Phi Mu MARY CLAIRE RUSSELL MARY CLAIRE RUSSELL MARY ANTHONY BUTSCHEK DANA ROSE WORTHAM Pi Beta Phi PATRICIA FLO CRADY PATRICIA FLO CRADY NANCY LOUISE DENMAN MYRA HELENE FISHER Sigma Delta Tau GAIL NEUMAN GAIL NEUMAN ELLEN SUE ROTHMAN BLAIRE BUSBY Zeta Tau Alpha WARRIE LYNN SMITH WARRIE LYNN SMITH BROWNIE SUE CASHION Top flow: I.r. Rmaell, C.ihion, Joilei, Spiw, Ctillo, Bill, Urquhart. Dcnman, E. Epitein. John.on. Kolb. Middle Rotf: Craliun, Cirnhn. Frnillrton, Frank. Schroeder. Parka, Coode, Barefield, Crnily, Bernard, Jamea. Bottom Row: Rothman, Nruman, Pence. Wafhalter, Ktye, Egrllioff, Smith. Skihrll. Butschek. V. Epalein. Nelaon. Page 261 FRATERNITIES Edited by Donna Pool Page 265 ACACIA MEMBERS Alan Bruce Baird James Allen Baker Barrett Harrison Barker William Campbell Barker David Jack Bolger Shelton Wylie Boyce Frank B. Brown, Jr. Roger Layne Brandt Ronnie Guy Carr David F. Chappell Larry Oliver Clevenger Hugh Anthony Crosby John William Dalton Thomas Morris Daniel David Aden Dunn Lindell Baker Entzminger Robert William Fayle Robert Jenkin Garrett Gary Givens James Michael Griffin Walter Martin Hall Robert Brent Harris Donald Benjamin Hauk Preston Edward Henrichson Henry Horace Hill Frank Cole Hoffer Robert McConachie Stanley Clifton McDonald William McMillan, III William Emmett Nichols Charles Albert Oliver John Vernon Peet Douglas Campbell Postle Glen Hamlink Ring Ronald S. Ripps Kenneth Alwyn Roberson, Jr. David Rupley John MacNeil Scott Edward Dean Scruggs Ellis Lee Smith Larry Russell Stevens Warner Edward Stone Roy Joel Swanson Donald Harrison Taylor, III Thomas Edward Thomason James Irving Tims Lowry Lamar Tims Gary Owens Todd Syl William Turicchi Roger Gibson Vann Frank Raymond Warren, Jr. Louis Peter Wenzell Michael Paul Werner Richard Melville West James Madison Williams, Jr. George Edward Wolfe Robert David Young Richard Smith Arnold David King Aymond Alan Arsht Phillip Chase Bobbitt Daniel Durden Brennan Michael Callaham Walter Lee Church, III Steven Ray Clark Robert Clarke Robert Monroe Collie James Edward Craig Earl Dwane Davis, Jr. Fred Dubose Simon Estwick Ford Michael Charles Gandy Richard James Glaser Jonathan Goldenbaum Dean William Guerin George Wayne Helm John David Hemphill Michael Jay Hood Roger Henry Hord Richard Lynn Dugger FALL PLEDGES Jerry Don Johnson Kenneth Robert Johnson Thomas Walter Kershner Steven Lyle Korby Michael S. Lary, Jr. John Alexander Lowther, Jr. Paul Alan Mamaliga John M. Montgomery David Preston Moore Watson Lee Moore Paul Wesley Newman, Jr. Curtis Edward Posey Aubrey Neale Rabensburg James Malcolm Sellers Gordon Arthur Spencer Donald Larry Stanton Steven Pierce Terrell Douglas Austin Tims James William Turner Michael Ray Van Pelt Cone Joe Wells Kenneth Austin Wickett SPRING PLEDGES William B. Hamilton, III Michael Eugene Warrick Top Row: Arnold, Aymond, Baird, Barker, Brandt, Brennan, Brown, Carson, Chappell, Cher- nosky. Second Row: Church. Clark, Clarke, Collie, Darii, DuBoae, Dunn, Eslea, Fayle, Ford. Third Row: Civens, Coldenbaum, Griffin, Guerin, Hall, Hauk, Helm, Hemphill, Hood, Hord. Fourth Row: J. Johnson, K. Johnson, Kenhner, Korby, Lamson. Page 266 The Acacias were hosts to a group of excited children at their annual Christmas party. OFFICERS Fall JAMES MICHAEL GRIFFIN Venerable Dean JAMES MICHAEL GRIFFIN ALAN BRUCE BAIRD Senior Dean ROBERT DAVID YOUNG THOMAS EDWARD THOMASON ...Junior Dean .. . THOMAS EDWARD THOMASON JAMES IRVING TIMS Secretary CHARLES ALBERT OLIVER ROGER GIBSON VANN Treasurer MICHAEL PAUL WERNER SARA FRANCES TAYLOR, Housemother MARY ANN GLEASON, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sweetheart a e o. Top Row: Lnry, l.owthcr, Mnmnliga, McConachie, Montgomery, P. Moore, W. Moore, Newman Nichols, Oliver. Srcond Row: O ' Neill, Peel, Posey, Rbensbur e , Robcrson, Rupley, Scolt, Scruggs, Spencer, Swanson. Third Row: Terrell, Thomason, D. Tims, J. Tims, L. Tims, Turicchi Turner, Van Pelt, Wnrren, Wenzell. Fourth Row: Werner, West, Willinms, Young. Page 267 ALPHA EPSILON PI ' CLV - j, - . J IilJ Q. C5 OFFICERS Fall Spring BERNARD M. STOLLER Master GERALD ROBERT SMITH BENJAMIN DAVID ROSENBERG ...First Lieutenant Master. . .DAVID GREENFIELD JOHN HAROLD PEREL ... Second Lieutenant Master ...JOHN HAROLD PEREL RICK ALLEN FETTERMAN Second Lieutenant Master RICK ALLEN FETTERMAN JAY CHARLES LIPNER Secretary HARRIS S. JACOBS DAVID B. SCHNEIDER Exchequer IVAN CHARLES BECKOFF KENNETH VALE ROSENZWEIC ...House Manager STEVEN CRAIC CHODOROW DAVID PHILLIP KAPILOFF Social Chairman MURRAY FRED COLTON GARY STEVEN MARKEWICH Sentinel BENJAMIN DAVID ROSENBERG MEMBERS Sanders Guest Beckman Ivan Charles Beckoff Steven Craig Chodorow Murray Fred Colton Robert Alan Cooper Howard Paul Dreyer David G. Epstein Rick Allen Fetterman Richard A. Fogel Philip David Fox David Greenfield Harris S. Jacobs David Phillip Kapiloff Robert Lebow James Gary Lempert Stanley Marvin Levin Jay Charles Lipner Gary Steven Markewich Lee Aaron Nodler John Harold Perel Robert Paul Perel Arnold Pollon Henry V. Radoff Benjamin David Rosenberg Kenneth Vale Rosenzweig David B. Schneider Ronald Morton Serber Gerald Robert Smith Bernard M. Stoller Stanley Sutkin David M. Taub Top Row: Beckoff , Chodorow, Cohen. Second Row: Cooper, Davis, Frank. Third Row: Hoffman, Jacobs, Lempert. Fourth Row: Lipner, Markewich, Neslts. fifth Row : R . Nodler, J . Perel, Rose. Sixth Row : Rosenberg, Rubinstein, Schneider. Seventh Row: Ser- ber, Shapiro, Shocket. Eighth Row: Solomon. Staller, Stark. Ninth Row: Slollrr. Sutkin, Welter. Page 268 Michael Allen Davis Kenneth Norman Frank Morey Gardner Gary Alan Hoffman Steve Lowell Lass Alan Charles Nasits AEP pledges entertained a pet. pig on the mall prior to the Arkansas game. FALL PLEDGES Ronald David Nodler Larry Frank Rose Richard Leo Shocket Nathan Andrew Solomon Richard Martin Staller Ronald Jay Stark SPRING PLEDGES Stephen Joel Friedman Lester Edward Novy Jerald Lewis Jacobson Robert Alan Shapiro Russell Lee Silverstein Gary Bernard Weiser Page 269 ALPHA RHO CHI -- Hf? T5 ' . ' OFFICERS Fall Spring JAMES FREDERICK WILLIAMS . . Worthy Architect. JAMES FREDERICK WILLIAMS GARLAND SADLER ANDERSON, JR Worthy JAMES MARTIN MICHAEL Associate Architect RAYMOND HANCE MARTIN Worthy Estimator RAYMOND HANCE MARTIN BENITO XAVIER NOYOLA Worthy Clerk MICHAEL DALE UTSEY JAMES DWICHT Dow Fifth Board Member JAMES DWIGHT Dow MEMBERS Garland Sadler Anderson, Jr. Ray Bedford Bailey Michael Edward Borne David Malcolm Burdick Jon Boykin Decherd James Dwight Dow Edward Llewellyn Hughes Raymond Hance Martin James Frederick Williams James Martin Michael Terry Martin Moor Benito Xavier Noyola Kenneth Sherman Reaves Clark Raymond Rutledge Gerald Paul Stuyck Don Lee Tew Michael Dale Utsey Top Rote: Anderson, Bailey, Bludau. Second Roto: Borne, Burdick, Dalio. Third Rota: Decherd, Dow, Hughes. Fourth Rota: Linam, Martin, Michael. Fifth Row: Moor, Nixon, Noyola. Sixth Roto: Rawls, Reavea, Repaii. Seventh Roto: Kilter, Shull, Stuyck. Eighth Row: Tew, Utey, Williams. Ninth Row: Wilson. Fa e 270 The Architects took tim e out from their drawing boards to draft some new pledges. FALL PLEDGES SPRING PLEDGES Owen William Bludah Carl Joseph Dalio Dennis Brooks Linam Charles William Nixon Charles Edward Rawls James Kirk Repass Deen Erwin Ritter Wayne Maxwell Shull Jackie Lynn Wilson Jan Douglas Cartwright William Terry Chambers William Biswell Croft Frank Genzer, Jr. Joseph John Holt Milton Ray McMurrey Page 271 John Peveto, II John Milton Powell Robert Thomas Reed James Glenn Reeves Joe Lee Stubblefield Darrell Gail Welch Rushees and members alike had an enjoyable time at an ATO Spring Rush parly. OFFICERS Fall Spring CLARENCE VAUGHN BRAY Worthy Master CARL MELVIN CARTER HUBBARD SCOTT CAVEN Worthy Chaplain ROY BASCOM SMITH WILLIAM THOMAS ARCHER Worthy Keeper TIMOTHY HAYES SMITH of the Exchequer JAMES A. BANNEROT Worthy Scribe JAMES AUBREY GILBERT JOSEPH REACAN Du PERIER ... Worthy Keeper ... .JOSEPH REAGAN Du PERIER of Annals MRS. JESSIE STILES, Housemother SALLIE S. CARROLL, Delia Delta Delta, Sweetheart JA A no 7op Kow: Adkin , Archer, Archibald, Binncrol, H.iir, Bar- loth, Bair, Bchrinmr, Bennett, Blaknry. Stcond Roto: Boonr. Brown. Rruilrr. Campbrll, C. Carter, J. Carter, Cavcn, Chote, Coleman, Converse. Third Row: Cornwelt, Dahon, A. DavU, E. HIM-, du I ' m. r. Fincher, Gibion, Gilbert, Glauser, Crosjran. Fourth Rota: Had, C. Harrii, K. Hun-. Hillman, Hinrs, Hofimaaler, Hoover. Page 272 ALPHA TAU OMEGA MEMBERS George Mason Adkins William Thomas Archer Jasper Henry Arnold James A. Bannerol John Bryan Barnett Curtis Allen Barr, Jr. James Harold Bell John Scott Bennett Richard Douglas Blakney Frederick Boone Clarence Vaughn Bray Larry Bateman Briggs Carl Melvjn Carter Michael Raymond Campbell Hubbard Scott Caven Tommy Wayne Cook Charles Randolph Curson Dewey M. Dalton Tolbert M. Dalton Edwin Theodore Davis, Jr. Leslie Alfr ed Derrick, Jr. Joe Marion Dixon Arthur Alexander Duggan Joseph Reagan du Perier William T. Galbreath James Aubrey Gilbert Harry Joseph Glauser Leonard Wilson, III FALL PLEDGES Robert Charles Grosjean Stephen Patrick Hudnall Stephen Withrow Johnson John Bert Kidd Jack Caldwell Knox Ernie Melvin Koy Karl Cheatham Lybrand Gordon David Martin Jim Paul Maxcey Emmett Edrington Moore Maurice Edwin Moore, Jr. James Bertram Morris, Jr. Jimmy Phillips, Jr. Michal M. Phillips Robert Miller Ratliff Robert Clint Smith Roy Bascom Smith Timothy Hayes Smith Vernard Grimes Solomen David Franklin Stanley Bryon Taylor Stratton Charles Bruce Stratton William Douglas Sullivan William Arthur Teague James Philip Towns Dalton Walton Hoyet Wright Wilson Stanley Benjamin Archibald Kenneth John Bartosh Wallace Brown Baze Dan P. Berringer Cristophen D. Bray Myron Daniel Brown Tom W. Bruder Justin Marvin Campbell James Stephen Carter James Benjamin Chote Sherman Tipton Coleman Robert Gerald Converse Gary Tyler Cornwell Adrian Averil Davis, Jr. Marshall Todd Ezell Charles Pugsley Fincher Jerry Don Gibson James Horace Hall Tommy Jack Hall Cameron Chapman Harris Kenneth Dean Harris Robert Michael Hillman John Douglas Hines Vance DeForrest Hoffmaster John William Hoover, Jr. Richard Evans Houser James Michael Kennedy Joe Phillip McElhaney Sidney Allin Mitchell David Andrew Morris Claude Gene Pardue Scott Lee Peden Henry Thelbert Porter, Jr. Robert Rainey Benjamin Sullivan Ramsey Robert Ewing Rainey William Ernest Rioux Charles Peton Ripley Thomas Luttin Royce Benton Rutledge Edward B. Schulz Charles Michael Smith Clinton Lynch Smith Edgar Ashley Smith Gavin Harris Smith Richard Clark Smith William Clarence Smith Dean Gray Staley Craig Autry Steffens Robert Henderson Todd H. Edward Turley John Amon Weaver Thomas Jefferson Welch, III Eugene Werlin, Jr. William Wilkinson James Nelms Winfrey I SPRING PLEDGES Timothy Gage Pickering Robert Wayne Hellbusch Top Row: Houser, Hudnall, Kennedy, Lybrand, Martin, Maxcey, McElliancy, Mitchell, Moore, Morris. Second Row: Pardue, Peden, Porter, Ramsey, Raincy, Rioux, Ripley, Schulz, C. Smith, E. Smith. Third Row: C. Smith, Richard Smith, Robert Smith, T. Smith, Staley. Stratton, Teague, Todd, Towns, Turley. Fourth Row: Walton, Welch, Werlin, H. Wilson, L. Wilson, Winfrey. Page 273 BETA THETA PI David Roy Bednar Charles Henry Bintliff Mark Christopher Bomba Charles Richard Buffington Bill Owen Bull Joseph Alden Clarke David Thomas Davenport John Oldrahm Davis Charles Albert Deason, Jr. James William Dodson, Jr. Milby Dow Dunn James Simpson Dyer Michael Thomas English Samuel Hall Evans Stonewall Jackson Fisher John Cochran Frampton Lawerence Gallagher Guillot Norton Bassett Hargis, Jr. Joseph Wilmon Harris James Lawrence Hull, Jr. Stanley Frances Hupfeld, Jr. John Clark Hurst Frank Neville Ikard, Jr. Edwin Clark Inglish, Jr. Milton Phillip Jenkins Dan Vernon Johnson Richard Larry Jordan Thomas Murray Kyger Charles Shriner Labatt Sam Houston Lane, III Stephen Quincy Lee John Frederick LeFlore Robert R. Lende MEMBERS Leslie Lawrence Lentz, Jr. Alfred Morris MacDaniel Nathaniel Harris McClamroch, III William Patrick McLean Benjamin Reagan McLemore, III Edgar Covey Nash, Jr. George Allen Overstreet, Jr. Charles Vaughan Patterson Hugh Clinton Pendery Ralph Ray Peterson Alan Wade Pettis Robert Irving Pettis Clayton Dunning Pledger Carl Ray Polk Robert Charles Prather John Gary Rule Robert Nathan Rule, Jr. Alvord Beretta Rutherford Richard Merle Scott Woodrow Wilson Scott, Jr. Lloyd Michael Shellhorn Gary Lee Shipman Michael William Simpson David Stephenson, Jr. Edward Kendrick Tatum Joseph Phil Thrash Jphn Allen Treadwell Jack Wilson Tucker Richard Sidney Van Zant Jack Howard Wiggington, Jr. Christopher Wallace Williams Andreu Lawrence Wiltse, Jr. Malcolm Evans Wiltse FALL PLEDGES Frederick Marcus Addington, Jr. Barry Blaine Anderson Paul Conrad Boyd John Paul Burton Richard Charles Carmichael William Foster Cockrell Thomas Marshall Cramer Stephen Leonard Crowell Raymond Denson Dueser John Vincent Elick Richard Frederick Erdmann Michael James Ford Robert Bruce Greenwood, Jr. Donald Ray Gregg George Wayne Harcourt Charles Augustus Holshouser, Jr. Baker Steven Lucas Michael Reginald Maberry Charles Coppage Murray Alan Woods Nalle William Goodman Parkhouse John Charles Parsons Richard Lewis Pipkin John Randolph Roberts Robert Alan Shoop, Jr. George Keith Simpson Temple Cunningham Stark Aubrey Theodore Stautberg, Jr. James Gladstone Stewart Travis Arthur Taylor Frank Martin Weisser Richard Ellicott Wright, Jr. John Andrew Yeager Millard Fillmore Zeagler SPRING PLEDGES Jack Barton Corley Brian Kevin Delaney Thomas C. Hazelwood Allan Wade Key Frank C. Schuller Roy Stafford Washburn William Rawls Wolf Top Koto: Addington,, B.dn.r. Binllifl. Bomb.. Boyd, Buffuiton. Bull. Burton. Second Roto: Cuniehul. Clarke. Cockrell, Cramer, De..on. Deuier, Dunn, Dyer Ellck. Third Row: Erdmnn, Ford, Greenwood, Guillot, rUrcourt, H.rju, Hirrl. HoUhouser, Hull. Fourth Row: Hupleld. Ikard. Ingliih. Jenktni. Jordan. Page 274 OFFICERS Fall Spring M-CHAEL WILLIAM SIMPSON President RICHARD SIDNEY VAN ZANT NORTON BASSET HARGIS First Vice-President ROBERT NATHAN RULE EDWARD KENDRICK TATUM . . Second V ice-President . . JOSEPH ALDEN CLARKE CLAYTON DUNNING PLEDGER .... Secretary .... CLAYTON DUNNING PLEDGER MILTON PHILLIP JENKINS Treasurer JOHN GARY RULE MRS. GERTRUDE MARTIN, Housemother Beta brothers joined the Chi Omegas in a party for retarded children. Beta ' s Barry Anderson took out his tensions on their Car Smash for Dimes Day which climaxed Campus Chest. Top Row: Labatt, Lane, Lee, LeFlore, Lentz, Lucas, Maberry, McLemore, Murray. Second RQW: Nalle, Parsons, Pipkin, Pledger, Prather, J. Rule, W. Scott, Shoop, G. Simpson. Third Row: M. Simpson, Stautberg, Stephenson, Stewart, Taylor, Thrash, Tucker, Van Zant, Weisser. Fourth Row: Williams, Wiltse, Wright, Yeager, Zeagler. Page 275 OFFICERS Fall Spring JOSEPH MARCO LOSTRACCO Alpha RUSSELL LEE ALLEN RUSSELL LEE ALLEN Beta MICHAEL KYLE FAGIN WILLIAM MAST WALLACE Gamma TREODOR JOHN SCHWINK JAMES ROBERT MARTIN, JR Delta JAMES ROBERT MARTIN, JR. JOHN HUDSON MATLOCK Zeta ROBERT GAINES GRIFFIN PATSY ANN GARDNER WELCH, Housemother ANDREA SHARON LEACH, Sweetheart MEMBERS Roger Quentin Ager Robert Charles Allen Russell Lee Allen Maurice Angly, Jr. Jack Johnson Ball, Jr. Richard Stuart Barr David Drew Beck Robert Hunt Bowman Douglas Arrington Boyd Howard David Brecht John Leonard Carlson William Herschel Choice Colbert Nathaniel Coldwell Lynn Ray Cooper Butler Parnell Crittenden, III Charles Warren Eisemann Larry Wayne Eubanks Michael Kyle Fagin Larry Allan Fulbright Eugene Austin Gibbs, Jr. John Markham Green Robert Gaines Griffin Barry Lynn Harrell William Grant Hilburn, Jr. Robert Lee Hilsher Jake Bryant Jarmon, III Joseph Marco Lostracco Vernon Marshall Mabry James Robert Martin, Jr. James Lowell Mason, III John Hudson Matlock Milburn Martin O ' Dowd, Jr. John Bowman Payne Louis Forsythe Pennock Samuel Potter, Jr. Charles Arthur Ray, III Stephen Lee Scheffe Theodore John Schwink Bruce Lee Shearer John Howard Sucke, III William Fredrick Wallace William Mast Wallace James Walter Ward Charles Louis Williams 7op low: Agrr, Allen. Ball, Barr, Beck. Second Row: Bentley, Brandt, Brccht, Burgess, Burns. Third Roto: Carlson, Choice, Church, Cole, Edwards. Fourth Row: Eisemann, Elliott, Fagin, Fogerty, Callian. fifth Row: Hancock, Harrison, Henkhaus, Hilsher, Lostracco. Sixth Row: Martin, Mason, McCuire, Morris, Nelson. Seventh Row: Norrii, O ' Dowd, Payne, Potter, Ray. Eighth Row: Sanders, Schwink, Shannon, Shearer, Sucke. Ninth Row: Thorna , Wallace, Wiggini, Williams. Pa ? e 276 CHI PHI Chi Phi brothers relaxed on a warm and lazy Saturday afternoon. Michael Emmons Bentley Robert Lowmen Brandt Donnie Ray Burgess John Clinton Burns Walter Wheatley Church Robert Charles Cole Charles Michael Dickey Robert Alan Edwards Don Allen Elliott Edwin Arthur Fogerty David Alan Gallian Warren Douglas Hancock Richard Wayne Harrison Walter Layne Henkhaus FALL PLEDGES Allen Grover McGuire Michael David Morris Ellis Stark Nelson Philip Wayne Norris Joseph Elmore Richards, Jr. Emmett Herman Sanders Norman Jerry Scheel Joel Ingram Shannon Dennis Lahan Shepherd Robert James Thomas Thomas Hall Thompson Tracy Rhyn Walsh Lonnie Logan Wiggins John Travis Williams SPRING PLEDGE Zcchariah Clifton Dameron, III Backyard fillnl spring Saturdays at the Chi Phi Huuj -. Page 277 DELTA CHI Tap Row: Anderson, Craig, Francis, Fugatc, Giddcns, Harrcll. Second Row: Kerr, Mayer, McFaddin, Pearre, Shepherd. OFFICERS Fall Spring PAUL JOSEPH GIDDENS President PAUL JOSEPH GIDDENS WILLIAM ALLAN CRAIG V ice-President WILLIAM ALLAN CRAIG JAMES KENNETH BERGEN Secretary EUGENE H. MCFADDIN CHARLES MORGAN PEARRE, III Treasurer PAUL JOSEPH GIDDENS JIM GILLASPY Corresponding Secretary JIM GILLASPY EDWARD M. TAYLOR Sergeant-at-Arms EDWARD M. TAYLOR JOHNNY F. HARRELL Pledge Trainer JAMES KENNETH BERGEN JAMES KENNETH BERGEN Social Chairman JIM JONES : ' MEMBERS Donald C. Ahnger James Kenneth Bergen William Allan Craig Walter Clyde Francis Bryan I. Fugate Paul Joseph Giddens Jim Gillaspy Johnny F. Harrell Michael Edgar Kerr James Royce Lummus Gary Howard Mayer Eugene H. McFaddin Charles Morgan Pearre, III Michael Luis Rachlin George Buell Shepherd, Jr. Edward M. Taylor Page 278 Delta Chi pledges enjoyed a chat and a brother ' s sports car. Delta Chis and their dates joined in the fun of a spring casual party in late March. FALL PLEDGES Michael Edgar Kerr Eugene H. McFaddin SPRING PLEDGES Henry Berg Childs Brad Gough Richard Warren Helgerson Jim Jones Walter Fred Pate George Allen Pulliam Thomas Samuel Williams Page 279 c DELTA KAPPA EPSILON OFFICER Fall Spring WADE CARNEY Gmccs Housemanager LOWERY LEE THOMPSON MRS. S. B. FARRIER, Housemother Jbrfl a o r a L m M p mil Top Row: Ada inn, Anderson, Arbaug... Ardrcy, Barnes. Second Row: ttcnnclt, Boyle , Branch, Brantley, Bryion. Third Row: Carpenter, Carruth, Clutter, Collins, Connor. Fourth Row Cook, Cowan, Creekmore, Daniel, Dannrr. Fifth Row: Davis, Dillingham, Evans, Coetz, Greaham Sixth Row: Hall, Hart, Hibbrlts, Hutchison, Jamrs. Seventh Row; Kern, Lane, Manes, Marct Oliver. Eighth Row: Pevateaux. Phillips, Reilly, Rice, Roberts, Russell. Ninth Row: Rutledge Sayles, Scarborough, Schultz, Stafford, Taylor. Tenth Row: Thompson, Tuffly, Whittington Williams, Wilton. Youens. MEMBERS Evan Wayne Anderson Robert Lynn Anderson Charles Houston Arbaugh James Stanley Ardrey Richard Arthur Becker James Frank Berly, III Tom Ray Bevill Marshall Edward Boykin William James Brantley Andrew Jackson Bratton Glen Vick Brown Jeff Bell Bryson David Carruth Tommy Drew Cauthorn Ray IJolton Cook Merlyn Don Cooper George Michael Cowan John Yeldell Cox Wynne Louis Creekmore, Jr. Britt Talley Daniel Platt Walker Davis, III Winston Evans Edward Scott Fehr Guy Cade Fisher John Clark Fisher Robert Lucius Gresham Wade Carney Griggs Phillip Diggs Gully, Jr. Lee Everette Hancock Charles Denson Harrison Booth Sheryl Henson Charles Merill Hibbetts Byron Wilson Hodge John Atkins Hutchison Walter Ervin James, II Charles William Keller Robert Horace Kern Carl Baker King Robert Edward Knight William Albert Kramer Dan Reib Lane, Jr. Charles Victor Manes Richard M. ' McWhirter, Jr. William Henry Moody Harry Hollis Oxspring Robert Michael Peoples Vincent Walker Perini John Brock Pevateaux Steve Philbin Harry Todd Phillips Frank Marvin Putman Burtis Stephen Rice James Hogg Rogers, Jr. Joseph Weaver Russell William Kimbrough Rutledge Dan William Ryan James Henry Sayles Charles Davis Scarborough Andrew J. K. Smith Albert Harrison Stafford, II Malcolm Boyd Street, Jr. Dunklin Augustus Sullivan John Bevil Talley J. Robert Taylor James Ow ' en Taylor, III Lowery Lee Thompson Ronald Edwin Tigner George Martin Waggoner Philip Coy Walden John Ernest Walker Woody Wilson Weir, Jr. Lawrence Riley Williams Richard Samuel Williams Joseph Bruce Willis Charles Burnett Wood John Frank Younger, Jr. Page 280 The Dekes toasted the holiday season with good cheer and high spirits. FALL PLEDGES Gilbert Timbrell Adams, Jr. Bruce Conway Barnes Joe Bill Bennett David Howard Boyles Charles Bernard Branch George Wilmot Brown, Jr. Scott Sutherland Carpenter Pat Colbert Clutter Michael Stanton Collins John Thomas Conly Thomas Hill Connor Arthur Vincent Banner, Jr. George Edwin Dillingham Curtis George Goetz Ronald William Hall Richard Hood Hart John Longan Hauer David Anson Maret Ken Mayes Alexander Hamilton Oliver Bart Reilly Dan Bernard Roach William Pinkay Roberts, III Joe Mark Schultz Robert Irvine Taylor, III Louis Edward Tuffly, Jr. Mark Crawford Wilson James Richard Whittington Karl David Youens SPRING PLEDGES Robert Stephen Bickerstaff Gary Preston Crenshaw Richard Warren Mithoff, Jr. Page 281 _ DELTA TAU DELTA i lot I 1 " !! hx ha boi Ixkl U : Pall 14: . Jm, Horn :. i ' .- Top Row: AlbrittoD, Allrn, Archer, Aihmore, Birbtfur, Berliford, Beichen, BowdeD, Brim, Brown. Second Kou: Bueh.nin, Cirnn, Clirk, Cook, Col, T. Cnddock, Diufberlj, D. Dirli, Dean, Dffher. Third Row: Emerion, Fiicknejr, Ford, Fowler, Gainer, Cih, Goodman, Crammer, T. Gram, Cron. Fourth Row: Hancher, Haaaelmeler, Herrlea, Hillii. Hlnda, Hollenahead, Hull, Ittner, lonei, Kingrci. Fifth Row: Langley, Latham, I.iwion, Lailcki, Leinbach, I.ipicomb, Lowe, Mayborn, McCollum. Sixth Row: McNatt, Meador, Milam, Miller, Morrii, Moiby, Mueller, Obenhaua, Odam, Oeilerllng. Seventh Row: Paul, Peteraon, Petlla, Pneiter, Phaneuf, Plnlo, K. Reed, W. Reed, Reler, Rlefer. F.ifkth Row: Root, Schmerbeek, Schueaaler, Scott, Shaddii, Sharpe, L. G. Smith, T. Smith, J. Solcher, Sowden, Spear. Ninth Row: Staehelj, Stanley, Sturdirant, C. Thompton, Thorpe, Tint-ley. Townaend, Tucker, Watti, Webb, J. Weittert. Tenth Row: W. Weiaiert, Whltby. White, Willimon, Wlllou|hbr, Woodworth, Woolen, W. Edward Wrifht, W. Elmo Wright, Wyman, York. Page 282 Strong support Intramurals. and lots of hard play led the Dells to a football championship in campus OFFICERS Fall Spring JOE BILL WATKINS President ALLISON GALE HASSELMEIER LAMAR EUGENE LAWSON V ice-President THOMAS EDGAR SMITH BYRON DAVID KINCREA Treasurer BYRON DAVID KINGREA THOMAS WILDER BROWN . Corresponding Secretory. JOHN MICHAEL WEISSERT LLOYD WILLIS BIRDWELL ... Recording Secretory.. WALLACE GORDON TINCLEY MRS. SOPHIA DNEPROF, Housemother FALL PLEDGES Jack Coley Clark Charles Lee Cox Thomas Wofford Craddock Paul E. Daugherty, Jr. Robert Alan Dosher Robert Francis Faickney John Edward Ford John Catlett Goodman Jerry Richard Grammer Thomas Beattie Hancher Jess Benjamin Latham, III Charles Harry Leinbach, III Richard L. Lipscomb Richard Lee Marshall James Wright McNatt Charles Ray Milam Robin Lloyd Miller Stephen Arrille Morris Randolph George Mueller Richard Larry Obenhaus Kenneth Richey Pettis Ira Leo Hillyer Sam Lee Pfiester Robert Eugene Phaneuf Robert Cal Pinto John Alan Pizzitola William Clay Reed Sammy L. Rieger George Raymond Root, Jr. Robert Louis Schmerbeck, III Charles Howard Scott James Webb Shaddix Edwin Reese Sharpe Joe Richard Solcher Richard Giddings Sowden Jay Stanley Robert Douglas Thorpe Stephen Douglas VanErp John William Warlick David Farnsworth Webb William David Whitby James Robert Woodworth William Claton Wyman SPRING PLEDGES John Francis Irwin Gary Wayne Overbeck MEMBERS Albert Slagle Allbritton Howard Amason Allen Girvice Ward Archer, Jr. Dennis R. Ashmore Ronald Davis Bandy Carroll Stanley Barbour William Bruce Barren Kindell Wayne Bates Barry Allen Berisford George Madison Berry Darrell Anthony Beschen, Jr. Lloyd Willis Birdwell Harry James Bowden Jefferson Kearney Brim, III Thomas Wilder Brown Richard Neal Buchanan William Dan Burleson John Robbins Bush Michael P. Carnes Stephen Leroy Carter Louis Stanley Casey Richard Robert Clardy Doyle LeRoy Coatney Otis Fielding Cochran Gareth W. Cook Michal Barry Gotten Charles Lee Cox Dan H. Craddock Charles Davis Craig Thomas Thimble Currie, Jr. Don Clifford Davis John Thomas Davis John Howard Dean William Sheriden Dillon, III John Jay Driscoll, Jr. Michael Ray Eledge John Conner Emerson Michael John Fourticq George Gates Fowler, Jr. Sam William Gainer Tommy Robert Gish Leon Norrod Graham James Booker Graves Thomas Allen Graves William Dudley Gross Darrell Hughes Hamric Judson James Hardy Allison Gale Hasselmeier Harvey Tevis Herd William Ward Herries Walter Dean Hester Patrick 0. Higgins Robert Stephen Hillis James Worth Hinds Bernard Ray Hollenshead John D. Hughes Robert Joe Hull William Bade Ingram Robert Charles Ittner Alfred B. Jones, Ji. Michael Edward Keasler Byron David Kingrea Ralph Edd Krieger Larry Wilson Langley Lama r Eugene Lawson Danid Ray Lazicki Charles Stevenson Leeper Walter Robert Leeper Fred Welch Lowe Charles Michael Lucas Donald P. Mayborn Michael McCollum Robert Dean Meador Eugene Mitchell Robert Davis Mosby John William Odam James Michael Oesterling Robert Lyle Oliver Christopher Allan Paul Richard Raymond Peterson Alberto Quintana Keith Bernard Reed Ralph Guleke Reser Roy Lee Riddel John Quinn Rounsaville Marion J. Stanford John Stephen Schuessler L. G. Skip Smith Lawrence Shannon Smith Thomas Edgar Smith Gerry Allan Solcher George M. Spear Alfred Staehely Robert Clifton Sturdivant Charles Dan Talbert Michael Ray Thompson Gregory Wilkins Thompson Wallace Gordon Tingley Courtney Mack Townsend Eliot P. Tucker Joe Bill Watkins James Richard Watts John Michael Weissert William F. Weissert Skipper White Richard Penn Williamson John Alexander Willoughby, III James Harbeit Woolen, III William Edward Wright William Elmo Wright Russell Clayton York Page 283 OFFICERS Fall Spring EDGAR ALLEN MILLER President AUBREY HENRY POLSER, JR. AUBREY HENRY POLSER, JR. ... Vice-President THOMAS WILLIAM RIMKUS STANLEY ALTON SHAW Treasurer ROBERT McMuRDo GILLESPIE JOHN PAUL ASKEW Secretary RANDY ROY SHOPE WILLIAM ROBERT KING Chapter Relations LEE HAYNES MATHEWS MRS. CHARLES A. MITCHEL, Housemother MEMBERS John Richardson Allen John Young Allen, Jr. John Paul Askew Edgar Daniel Bailey David Henry Bell James Lee Blackwell Nathan Leroy Brightwell Ronald Lynn Burke Richard Nye Butler Joseph Pitts Byrd, IV Charles Dickey Carr Julliard Vernet Carr, Jr. Kynn Monroe Cole David Terrence Connally Melvin Wayne Cooper Danny Michael Corley James Albert Cox, Jr. Paul Byron Diehl James William Evans, III John Garland Flowers, III Richard Stuart Flowers Tommy Ray Franks Robert McMurdo Gillespie Thomas Westbrook Glass William Webster Green Bruce Stone Haggerty Kristinn Ingi Hansen Joe David Haralson James Alan Haynes Dayid Charles Heath Timothy Drath Heins Homer Allen Hill, Jr. Clifton Wallace Hooser Eugene Lewis Hunt Chris Edwin Johnson Albert Owen Killingsworth William Robert King Gary Leland Levering James David Mann Terry Lee Marlatt Lee Haynes Mathews Edgar Allen Miller Michael George Mitchell Gary Dean Nance John Mack Orr Aubrey Henry Polser, Jr. Raymond Alston Rimkus Thomas William Rimkus Forrest Calvin Roan, Jr. Philip Ray Ruzicka Charles Robert Seaver Jimmey I. Sewell Stanley Alton Shaw Randy Roy Shope Barry Snell Lahroy Alward White, Jr. Robert Alan Williams Harry Hall Womack, III FALL PLEDGES Brian Anderson Beach Robert Alan Berry Robert Louis Blanton Charles P. Clark, III Thomas Newton Gumming, Jr. Eugene Harris Dewhurst James Michael Duncan John Paul Easton Patrick James Feeley Cullen Michael Godfrey Herbert Julius Goerner, Jr. Dale Andrew Harris Randall Ray Harris James Thad Harrison, Jr. Hudene Jimmie Joyner Milow Haude Klein Joe David McNeff Joseph Samuel Montgomery, III John Howard Moore John Christopher Nichols Patrick Marshall O ' Neill Michael Charles Perry William Bell Prosser Thomas F. Rider Dan Newby Roberts Jack Lynn Slayton Tommy Dean Stephens Ward Edgar Stevenson Victor Cohen Sumner Richard Lee Thompson David Neilson Tobey, Jr, Charles Sidney Turet, Jr. Ronald Ross Vaughan Homer Clay Warren, Jr. David Austin Watson Jess Oliver Yaryan, III SPRING PLEDGES Samuel Arch Harwell Raymond Robert Leal, Jr. Richard Tewes Martratt Top Ran: I. R. Alien. J. Y. Allen, Aikew, Bailer, Bell, Blackwell. Blanlon. Brightwell. Byrd, C. Carr. J. Carr. Second Row: Clark, Cole, Cooper, Corler, Cummlni, Deohunl. Diehl, Duncan, Eaiton, Evans. Feeler. Third Row: J. Flowera, R. Flowers, Franka, Cillctpie, Godlrey. Goerner. Glaai, Creen, Hnrn, D. Harris, R. Harrii. Fourth Row: Harrlion, Hajrnei. Heath, Helna, Hill, Hooter. Page 284 DELTA UPSILON Aw Tim, Jr. itlalJr. The Delta Upailon pledge class experienced slave labor with the pretty Alpha Chi Omegas as- their masters. Top Row: Hunt, Johnson, Joyner, Killingsworth, King, Klein, Levering, Mann Marlatt, Mathews, Miller. Second Row: Mitchell, Montgomery, Moore, Nance Orr Perry Polser, Rider, R. Rimkus, T. Rimku,, Roan. Third Row: Robert,, Ruzicka Sewcll, bhaw, Shope, Slayton, Snell, Stephen,, Stevenson, Sumner, Thompson. Fourth Row: Tobey, Turet, Vaughan, Watson, Williams, Yaryan. Page 285 KAPPA ALPHA MEMBERS Barry Alan Applewhite Clifford Atkinson, III Ralph Vincent Bailey Alvin Homer Badger Robert Lawrence Beckham Francis Folsom Bell, Jr. John David Bell Joe Mack Bridges Larry Joe Brundidge Don Clayton Chapell Mark Wade Choate, II George Eddie Clark Malcom Everett Cloyd Forrest Cook John Robert Cope (1) Ronald Roy Cresswell Jack William Davidson Benny Lee Davis Wilson Gordon Dickinson, II David L. Dickson Durwood Keith Dodson Ronald Siddall Driver David Warren Dusenberry Benny Eugene Edwards Rickey Don Eschman William Crawford Farish Hugh William Ferguson Henry Weldon Fielder Dee Solon Finley, Jr. Walter Dan Ford Jon Grant Ford William Allen French Emmett Reid Galbreth, II Don Wendell Garrett Jimmy Don Gerganess Thomas Edward Giles John Walter Gill Howard Lynn Goad William Arthur Graham Hix Green, III Michael Hamilton Gulley Robert Lee Gulley Brian Peyton Hanson Malcom Allan Hargrave John William Harris, Jr. Phillip Leon Harris Donald Whitesell Hartman Ralph Christian Harvey Richard Bailey Hearne Richard Charles Hinton Donald Mack Johnson Gilford Lavendar Jones James Robert Kelsey Norvel Killion, Jr. Charles Conrads Kraft Robert Vance Lebkowsky Phillip Harris Mabry Kemp Maer, Jr. William DeWitt Maer Dudley Wayne Malone William Thomas McDonald, Jr. Dan David McMahon John Dee McStay William W. Merrell Joseph Michael Metschan Richard Glen Miller Dennman E. Moody Donald Martin Musick Eli Michael Myers Thomas Henry Nobis Paul Peter Olivier, III Earl William Paschal, III William John Patton Banyan Wyle Payne, III Harold Marvin Philipp John Raymond Pipkin Gary Dennis Ragan Jerry Robert Reed John Howard Robinson, Jr. Joel Henry Robuck Joe Christopher Rude, III Robert Fleming See, Jr. Covan Rodney Shultz Bryan Cooper Simmons Alan L. Sleeper Neal David Sleeper Robert Draper Sohn Oliver Walworth Statler Steve Charles Stringer Joseph Peter Stultz Fred Kent Taylor Jerry Lynn Thompson Charles Newton Warren Kirk William Weinert Minton Lee White William George Wilson Terry M. Word Neil Sleeper crooned up business for the Kappa Alpha-sponsored Miss Campus Chest contest. OFFICERS Fall Spring ROBERT FLEMING SEE, JR JON GRANT FORD JERRY ROBERT REED MARK WADE CHOATE, II JON GRANT FORD RICHARD GLEN MILLER JOHN WILLIAM HARRIS, JR IV. DONALD WHITESELL HARTMAN BARRY ALAN APPLEWHITE V. DON WENDELL GARRETT MRS. DOROTHY WORRELL COMBS, Housemother DENNY NEWBERRY, Kappa Kappa Gamma Sweetheart Grafti Urn Ml Micb Quid Joina HOE John Robei Top Row: B. Applewhite, J. Applewhite, Axelrad, Bailey, Brame, Brandenberger, Cage, Cart- wright, Chapel. Second Rote: Chattaway, Choate, Cook, Crum, Davidaoo, Ilavin, Dodaon, Fariah, Ford. Third Rota: Freeborn, Calbreth, Giles, C-raeber, Graham, Hanaon, Harfrave, Harria, Hartman. Fourth Row: Hinton. Hulsey, Jeffrey. Page 286 The " Old Southern Gentlemen " announced their annual Old South Ball with a unique delivery of formal invitations to their dates. FALL PLEDGES John A. Applewhite Grafton T. Austin Thomas L. Axelrad Joel Lynn Brame Michael Frederick Brandenberger Claude Robert Cage Joiner G. Cartwright Thomas R. Champion John Scott Chattaway Robert 0. Collier William L. Collom, Jr. Thomas Albert Crum William Arthur Freeborn Fred David Graeber Robert Allan Hulsey Thomas Eugene Jeffrey Theodore Lilljedahl Donald L. Markette . Kim Edward Martin Richard T. McMillan Donald L. Markette Kim Edward Martin Richard T. McMillan Michael E. Mumme SPRING PLEDGE Michael Joseph Claypool Robert Morgan Paschal Alan Bruce Roberts Leonard Joseph Robinson, II Paul Franklin Rogers Barry W. Rountree William Andrew Short, Jr. Forrest Arnold Silva Henry James Smith Wintford Evans Verkin Top Row: Jones, Kelsey, Kraft, Malone, Markette, McMahon, McMillan, Musick, Olivier. Second Row: Pipkin, Ragan, Reed, Roberts, Robinson, Rogers, Rountree, Rude, See. Third Rote: Short, Silva, Simmons, Sleeper, Smith, Stringer, Taylor, Thompson, Verkin. Fourth Row: White, Word. Page 287 KAPPA SIGMA MEMBERS Michael Herbert Allen John ' Franklin Austin Richard Holland Bennett Joseph Ramsey Bienvenu, III George Michael Boyd, II Richard W. Chowning John Robert Cochran, Jr. William Wolcott Collins, Jr. John Roy Grain Pen Cranz Kenneth Ross Cropper Michael Dale Cropper Sam William Cruse, Jr. Daniel Stone Davis William Kenneth Davis Kleber Jennings Denny G. W. Dickey, Jr. Herbert Elridge Dickey George Arthur Donnelly, III Robert Farmer David DeNoyelles Franklin William Madison Gandy, Jr. Robert Allen Gardner Joseph Clifford Gunter Robert Lee Harrell Anthony Gardner Harris Mark Lafayette Hart David Blanchard Head Lewis Lee Hensley, III Timothy John Herman James Edwin Hill Michael Foster Hord Robert Andrew Ibsen, Jr. Henry Rose King, Jr. William Gordon Knox Richard George Kouba Nicholas Kelsey Kralj John Charles Kriegel Raymond Ernest Lee, III John Carter Llewellyn Gary Erroll London Joe Kenneth Longley Thomas Durwood Manford, III James Nelson Manley James Molloy McCarroll Robert Lynn McCarroll Gordon Russell McNutt Richard Wesley Moncrief Thomas R. Monroe Robert Austin Moor Philip Cebern Musgrave, Jr. James West Patterson Jack Cecil Provine Richard Edward Rainwater Hamilton Paul Rogers Michael Ray Rooke Richard Cartwright Rundell Robert Terry Sabom Walter Cayce Sands Lindsay Oliver Sharpe Robert Daniel Spellings Martin Scott Stehling David Charles Tabaracci Fred Purnell Thomas Donald Hobson Thornbury, Jr. James Ivan Thornton John L. Toone Robert S. Wade Thomas Kyle Ward Harry Brown Walters Wade Hoyt Whilden John Patrick Williamson OFFICERS Fall Spring ROBERT ALLEN GARDNER Grand Master NICHOLAS KELSEY KRALJ JOSEPH CLIFFORD GUNTER, III. . .Grand Procurator JOHN CHARLES KRIECEL TIMOTHY JOHN HERMAN Grand Scribe ROBERT ANDREW IBSEN, JR. RICHARD GEORGE KOUBA Grand Master ROBERT LYNN McCARROLL of Ceremonies RICHARD EDWARD RAINWATER ..Grand Treasurer.. RICHARD EDWARD RAINWATER MRS. HELEN BELLOWS, Housemother FALL PLEDGES George J. Aubin John S. Avery Roy F. Beery William Henry Cade Charles Peyton Collins Gary Brian Craig Stewart W. Devore, Jr. Henry William Duvall, Jr. Thomas Walter Erwin, III Grover Joseph Geiselman Robert Barclay Goldsbury James Richard Hardy David Carvey Hetherington James Duane Houston Andrew Dale Larson David Terrance Leon Robert Holstead Maddin Leslie Ward Mendenhall, III Thomas Slick Moorman William Mackey Ochiltree Donald Douglas Patterson, Jr. Paul A. Pulliam John J. Rabon James Milton Richards Terrence Lee Russey Neal Reynolds Sheffield Tommy Stephen Turner James Harris Underwood Charles Otto Unfried, Jr. Hal Clark Ward SPRING PLEDGES Joseph Charles Barrett Donald Thomas Cheatham Roger Lane Ezell Andrew Dale Larson William Robert Leon Paul Cooke, Moore Donald Wayne Ray Paul Leighton Tubb Top Row: Aubin, Avery, Beery, Bennett, Bienvenu, Boyd, Cade, Chownine, C. Collins, W. Collins. Second Row: Craig, Crain, K. Cropper, Cruse, W. Davis, DeVore, Dickey, Donnelly, Duvall, Envin. Third Row: Gandy, Gardner, Ceiselman, Goldsbury, Cuntcr, Hardy, Harris. Hart, Herman, Helhrrington. Fourth Row: Hord, Houston. Ibsen. King, Kouba. Page 288 The Kappa Sigs were getting ready for spring and some new pledges with a March Rush party. Top Rom: Kralj, Krieeel, Leon, Llewellyn, MaiWin, Manford, R. McCarroll, McNutt, Mcnden- hall, Monroe. Second Row: Moorman, Musgrave, Ochiltree, D. Patterson, J. Patterson, Pulliam, Rabon, Richards, Russcy, Sobom. Third Row: Sharpe Sheffield, Stehling, Tabaracci Thomas, Thornbury, Thornton, Toone, Turner, Underwood. Fourth Row: Untried, Wade, H. Ward, Williamson. f " ft T$ L - j Page 289 LAMBDA CHI ALPHA po Of a ft Top Rom: Anders, Arnnlrong, Auilin, Bakrr, Blair. Brrg, Buiiek, Bynum, Cidenhcad, Chalmers. Second Rota: Clare, Cook, Cooper, Cnft. Grain, Crick, Davitlton, Davis, Day, Denham. Third Row: Denyer, Derrick, Derryberry, Devinc, Digg, Dominy, Dunkio, Eane, D. Eckman, L. Eckman. Fourth Rote: Fermier, Forthey, Franklin, Fratcher, Fruchler, F. Gaido, Garner, Ceeslin, Gentry, Cerhardt. Fifth Row: Gorman, Cray, Haldane, Harrison, Hooker, Hubbell, Huddleslon, Hull, Huthmacher, D. Jones. Sixth Row: C. Jones, J. Jones, S. Jones, Kendrick, Kiser, Kogrr, Lambert, Lamm, Langston, Lanier. Seventh Row: I.rhr, Leong, Lewis, Logue, MacKenna, Maddux, Maxwell, McBrine, Merrick, Milankow. t ' .ifhth Row: Mims, Mitchell, Neal, S. Parker, Parr, Parsons, Porter, Priddy, Ransone. Reese. Ninth Row: Reining, Russ, J. C. Saegert, J. G. Saegcrt, Scheibal, Simmons. Simpson. SpiM.inp, Stewart, Stokes. Tenth Row: Trapp, Von Dohlen, Warren, Wells, William., Wolfe, Wolper. Wright, D. Young. M. Young. Page 290 The Lambda Chis pitched in to raise money lo support their annual project the Muscular Dystrophy Drive. OFFICERS MEMBERS Fall Spring LAURENCE LAWNNEN PRIDDY . . High Alpha JAMES BENJAMIN BYNUM ROBERT DWICHT SIMPSON High Beta ROBERT EDWIN DENIIAM JOHN DAVID BUSIER High Gamma JOEL GARTMAN SAEGERT SAM DAVID PARKER High Tau JOE RICHARD DAMRON JAMES BENJAMIN BYNUM High Kappa JIM RAY FLETCHER MRS. ELIZABETH MAYNARD, Housemother PEGGY BROOKS, Delta Delta Delta, Fall Sweetheart PENNY SCHWER, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Spring Sweetheart FALL PLEDGES John Charles Anders Robert Edward Austin Jack Lawson Baker Larry Joe Black John Thomas Cadenhead John Holbrook Chalmers John Kelly Clare Howard Wayne Craft John Marcus Day Thomas James Denyer Laurie Nelson Eckman Leo Hadley Forshey, Jr. John Paul Gaido William Charles Gray James Paul Hubbell Bradley Glenn Huddleston Ralph Edward Huthmacher Stephan James Jones Lawrence Stephen Kiser Thomas John Koger Michael Allen Lacy Jerry Thurman Lamm Jimmy AH Langston Richard Wilson Leong, Jr. Dwight Les Linsley John Larson McBrine John Blake Merrick William Frederick Milankow Robert Wayne Minis James Edwin Parr William Randolph Ransone Jerry Charles Saegert Jerry Wayne Scheibal John Erwin Spalding Donald Ralph Stewart Lawrence Stanley Williams William Gregory Wolfe Mickey Lynn Wright SPRING PLEDGES William Dwight Bartlett Daniel Nelson R " " Richard Edward Dunn James Sampson Doughtery Roland Jon Armstrong John Wheeler Barger Ben Rogers Blair, Jr. Howard Alan Borg George Timothy Boswell Glen Carl Buchan John David Busiek James Benjamin Bynum Presley Howard Chalmers, Jr. Robert Ames Chisholm George Mallory Collins, Jr. Richard Keck Cook Grafton Morton Cooper John Walter Grain Darroll Franklin Crawford, Jr. Gaylord Gene Crick Joe Richard Damron John Harold Davidson Pat Ward Davis Robert Edwin Denham James Vinson Derrick, Jr. James Harold Derryberry Michael Charles Devine Bobby Gene Diggs Kenneth W. Dominy Robert Burns Dunkin Harvey Radnor Eanes, III David Walter Eckman Robert Paul Fermier Jim Ray Fletcher William Selkirk Franklin Richard Gary Fratcher Jonathan Sewell Fruchter Frederick James Gaido, Jr. William Harris Garner Jack Gatewood William Edward Geeslin Herbert Richard Gentry, Jr. Charles Daniel Gerhardt Rodman Edward Gorman Douglas Alexander Haldane Clarence Buford Harrison, Jr. David Paul Hooker Gerald Rene Huff David Joseph Jones Gary Dave Jones Jerry Wayne Jones Charles Marvin Kelso, Jr. John Burton Kendrick Sam Clark Kidd, Jr. David Roy Lambert Sidney Edward Lanier Keith A. Leavitt Ralph Edward Lehr David Barry Lewis Clyde Lawrence Logue Richard Patrick MacKenna James Snowden Maddux, III Richard Dixon Maxwell Carl Barnes Mitchell Richard Nawn Neal Robert Turner Norwood George P. Parker, Jr.. Sam David Parker Richard Charles Parsons John Richard Porter Laurance Lannen Priddy George Carter Purse Morris Marcus Reese, Jr. Robert Jay Reining Michael Albert Richmond William Bennett Russ Joel Gartman Saegert John Caleb Sewell James Malcolm Sherrill Douglas MacArthur Simmons Robert Dwight Simpson Frank Beeler Stahl, Jr. Stephen Jennings Stokes Larry Duncan Thompson Charles Edgar Trapp, III Timothy Don Von Dohlen Wendell William Warren Edward Larry Wells Roddy Wolper David Allen Young Michael Lee Young James DuBois Page 291 PHI DELTA THETA MEMBERS Holland Craten Allen, III Fred Robert Armstrong Edwin Hugo Auler Walter Mathis Bain Charles Richard Barnhill John Lawrence Berkman, Jr. William Albert Blackwell Marvin Robert Blakeney James Ellis Bobbitt Robert Erie Bratton Michael Shane Brenan James Perry Bryan, Jr. Winfield M. Campbell David Mooney Carmichael John Allen Carmichael Stanton Pyburn Champion Peter Richard Coneway Terry Jack Cooper Leigh Stephen Curry George Michael DeGeurin Robert Bynum Dorrell William Henry Dwyer, III Richard Earl Edwards Gus Kearney Eifler, III Robert Dennis Fletcher, Jr. Carl Ira Fuhrmann, Jr. Michael Eugene Gammon George Shelton Gayle, III William Joseph Goodwin Joe Robert Greenhill Francis Patrick Hadlock Howard Pressley Hallam Robert Gaston Hallam Travis William Hammer Allen Bennett Harp Thomas Francis Hill, III Ned Sweeney Holmes Jack Leroy Howe, Jr. David Carlock Hull, Jr. Byron Clyde John Bennett Johnson, III Robert Calvin Johnson, Jr. Jack Studebaker Kitchen Robert Walter Ligon William Henry Marsh, III Donald Ferdinand Mayer Howard Wright Mays, Jr. Ben Bonnell McAndrew, III Richard Tracy McCarroll Carl George McCasJin, Jr. Loubert Reece Moyer Charles Thomas Newton, Jr. David Frank Nichols Knox Dillon Nunnally John Calvin Oliver, III Patrick Cunningham Oxford Jay Henry Park William Irvin Peck Jarvis Holland Porter William Morgan Pruitt, Jr. Robert Cecil Raley Browne Bolts Rice Charles Benjamin Richards, Jr. James Maurice Robison E. Steve Sansom Daniel Godfrey Seitz, Jr. William John Shirley- Edward Clinton Small James William Stewart, Jr. John Webb Storms Thomas Mings Sumners Charles William Tate Richard Allen Taylor John Hall Thomas Stephen Harl Thomas John McClelland Waid Harvey W. Wallerider John Richard Weidling Robert Hale Westerburg Alfred Earl White, Jr. James David Whiteside Lee Willeford FALL PLEDGES Richard Lang Allen John Thomas Armstrong, Jr. Jefferson Wyatt Autrey Thomas Henery Barnett, III Roy Alph Bechtol George Scott Bishop John Shelby Bryan Frederick Cavanaugh Clark William McComb Dunwoody ClaytonWentworth Eifler James Madison Furrh James Collis George, III Robert Philip Goodwin Charles Campbell Green, III Fred J. Heyne, III Charles Lewis Hollweg Dwight Winslow Johnson William Meade Wheless, III Charles Allison Kuper, Jr. Jeffry D ' Later Landua James Martin McLaughlin Hilmar Guenther Moore, Jr. James Graham Moses Marion Alfred Olson, Jr. William Stowe Parkinson, Jr. David William Perry Richard Hayden Perry Leon Louis Petty, Jr. Kenneth Robert Richardson Robert Holloway Simmons Wilbur Lawrence Smither, III Donald Richard Strickland Michael Wayne Tansil Michael Eric Trapp Presley Ewing Werlein, III SPRING PLEDGES George Uvelle Armistead, Jr. Richard Graves Gresham Jeffrey Paul Mayfield Danny Gale Pollard I Top Row: R. I . Allen R. C. Allen, F. Arm- Mrong, J. Armstrong, Auler, Autrey, Bain, Bar- nett, Barnhill, Bechtol, Berkman. Second Rom: Blaekwell, Bobbin, Brenan. Bryan, Campbell, Clark, Coneway, Curry, DeCeurin, Dunwoody. Third Row: Dwyer, C. Eifler, C. Eifler, Erwin, Fletcher, Fuhrmann, Furrh, Gam- mon, Gayle, Ceorie, R. Goodwin. Fourth Rota: W. Goodwin, Green, Creenhill, Hallam. Hill, Hollwef, Howe, Hull. Page 292 A brief moment of relaxation was welcomed at a Phi Delt Spring Rush party. OFFICERS Fall Spring MICHAEL SHANE BRENNAN President HOWARD PRESSLEY HALLAM WINFIELD M. CAMPBELL V ice-President JOHN CALVIN OLIVER, III JOHN CALVIN OLIVER, III . . Recording Secretary . . DAVID CARLOCK HULL, JR. FRANCIS PATRICK HADLOCK . . Pledge Trainer . . WILLIAM JOSEPH GOODWIN PETER RICHARD CONEWAY .... Rush Captain .... PETER RICHARD CONEWAY Top ROUJ: C. Johnson, D. Johnson, R. Johnson. Kitchen, Kuper, Landua, Ligon, Marsh, Mayer, McAndrew, McCaslin. Second Roto: McLaughlin, Moses, Moyer, Newton, Nichols, Olson, Oxford, Parkinson, D. Perry, R. Perry, Petty. Third Row: Porter, Pruitt, Rice, Richardson, Robison, Sansom, Seitz, Shirley, Simmons, Stewart, Storms. Fourth Rote: Stricklin. Tansil, Tate, Thomas, Trapp, Waid, Westerburg, Wheless, White. Page 293 PHI GAMMA DELTA MEMBERS FALL PLEDGES Marion Corry Adams Robert Howell Albrecht Michael Allen Andrews Ralph Lavon Arrell- Kenneth Richard Bains Julius Louis Bergfeld Jr. Donald Clinton Bishop Hoyt Eugene Bledsoe James Milton Black Michael Rodgers Boxwell Micheal Limerick Butler Ernest Harvey Cannon Ernest Harris Cockrell Donald Michael Dalton Marshall Vincent Davidson Jay Travis Davis Kenneth Samuel DeLorenzo William James Donovan Edward H. Esquivel William Henry Fenoglio, Jr. Kenneth Bowen Ford Lawrence Turner Franks Barney Glenn Graham Herbert Edward Graham Dean Marshall Greenwood Raymond E. Hankamer Ronald Jack Hankamer Robert Lewis Harbison Thomas O ' Brien Harbison Wayne Richaru Harkins Harry Denious Hawn Roy Alphonse Herberger, Jr. Jack Dallas Holford Robert Wayne Jarry David Wood Jefferies Robert Earl Jenkins Thomas Bains Johnson John Michael Kelley John Logan Kendall Eb Frazier Luckel Wilson Key Mason, III Tom Scott McCorkle, Jr. Fain McDougal Jr. Lance Lee Mclntyre Jessie James Moorehead Jeffrey Gordon Mundy David Rupert Murph Thomas Hall Nelson Robert Earl Oefinger Douglas Belknap Owen Luther Daniel Prescott Jr. George Edwin Rail Donald Ray Rector David Tuxworth Roark Michael Joseph Roark Leo Clark Roan Robert Newton Ross Rodney Wayne Satterwhite David George Shulman Phillip Nolan Smith Charles Russell Sparenberg Thomas Allen Stockton Huntington Spann Swanson Hall Everett Timanus John C. Treadwell Thomas A. Van Zandt Edward Charles Voss, III John Hurschel Young Randy Mack Bishop Kelly Morgan Clark William Thomas Clark John Bowden Conally, lit Thomas Watson Cooper John Lyle Hagan Ford Rutland Hale, III Jack Walton Hanks Joe Verne Hawn Richard Barry Johnson William Thomas Johnson Daniel Edward Jenkins William Edward Junell James Russell Leahy David Alan Ott Michael Henry Paggi James Steven Quinn Frank Nicholas Rife David Charles Schick Craig Timothy Scott Eugene Kelly Scott David Andrew Sewell Tommy Thomas Kirk Rhoton Thompson James Richard Treptow Michael Cain Turner James Michael Wade James Jackson Weatherford Robert Joseph Wilson Frank Michael Wood John Leslie Yates SPRING PLEDGES Duke Matthews Covert Gregory Lawrence Lott Robert Walter McCraw James Kinchen Nance, Jr. Dan Max Roark George Louis Taylor a a 1 Top Row: Ailiini " . Albrecht, Andrews, Arrell, Bains, Berffeld, Biihap, Butler, Can lion. K. Clark, W. Clark. Second Kou: Connalljr, Davidson, Dull, DeLorenio. Donovan, Fenoglio, Ford, B. Graham, H. Graham, Greenwood, Hagan. Third Row: Hair, R. I . Hankamer, R. J. Hankamer,. Hanlu, R. Harbison, T. Harbison, H. Hawn, J. Hawn, Holford, Hopkins, D. Jenkins. Fourth Row: R. Jenkins, R. John- son, T. Johnson, W. Johnson, Junell, Keller. : hat - Pace 294 OFFICERS Fall Spring THOMAS O ' BRIEN HARBISON President. . . . DEAN MARSHALL GREENWOOD JOHN BURSCHEL YOUNG Treasurer MICHAEL JOSEPH ROARK HUNTINCTON SPANN SWANSON Recording Secretary BARNEY GLENN GRAHAM RALPH LAVON ARRELL Corresponding Secretary. . . THOMAS A. VAN ZANDT DAVID GEORGE SHULMAN Historian ROBERT LEWIS HARBISON MRS. MARY PRYOR, Housemother Fijis and their Valentines enjoyed a packed house at their semi-formal Valentine Party Page 295 _ PHI KAPPA PSI MEMBERS FALL PLEDGES Thomas Howard Anderson William Thomas Allison, II Jerry Dale Arnett Gary Eugene Barbies Baylus Earls Bennett Stephen Douglas Bickel Henry Porter Boardman, Jr. John Theodore Burdine Richard Michael Cameron William Edward Campbell Bradford Lee Cash William Charles Cobb Terry Gene Collins Ian Lawrence Cupaioli Field Farrar Montgomery Davis, Jr. Daniel Henry Eikenberry Thomas Fields Henry Alexander Gilstrap Geoffrey Gait Graydon Stephen Joe Guynes William Roy Haden George Spencer Hamblin Carroll Forrest Henderson Robert White Herren Thomas Howard Hill Michael Eugene Holt Jack C. Irwin Don Johns, Jr. Robert Joseph Johnson Charles Samuel Judge Rodney Ennis Kelley Marion Lee Kempner James Herman Kerr, III Robert Bruce Langston Stephen Rae Lindemood Peter Jackson Link Edward Wilson Locheed, Jr. Joel Brady Locke Thomas Gene Macrini Thomas Clifford Mankin Kenneth Richard Matthews Robert Read Meadows Patrick Allen Moore Michael Dixon Neely Jarrell Bankhead Ormand Robert Lawrence Owens Geoffrey Rex Pauling Charles David Ray James Allen Reece Robert Eugene Ross Hugh Bennett Ruckman, III Gary Wade Schur Alva Ray Sims James Henry Smith Reid Burck Smith Thomas Stanley Southwick Paul Robertson Stabler, Jr. Robert David Stallings Frank Thomas Stokes Gordon Edward Vaught, Jr. Robert Christopher von Doenhoff Gregg Cooper Waddill John Lyle West Basil Glenn Wilkerson, Jr. Charles Howard Wood Donald David Bengston Lennox Corley Bower, Jr. James Kenneth Francis John Harvey Girdley Raymond Ernest Goodman Donald Richard Grobowsky Jack Dale Herrington Terry Hester Jonathan Carter Hodell Alan Michael Hoffman Larry Lee Hutson Michael George Lane Jonathan Chase McEvoy James Edward Mclnnis William Alexander Minyard, III Richard Donald Mitchell Benjamin Earl Moody, Jr. Gary Douglas Moore Kenneth Hall Morrill Thomas Michael O ' Brien Charles Ronald Owens Billy Glenn Parks Ronald Lee Rhea I! i Junl Aldrich Riley Joseph Breen Ringland, II Francis Edward Rothchild Scott Charles Shelton Bruce Alan Smith Don Paul Smith Joel Leslie Smith Leonard Jordan Tesoro Lester Alton Van Slyke, Jr. John Craig William Wallace Richard Allen West Robert Anthony Westerkom Frank Howell White Randall Dwayne Whitehead Stephen Terrence Winn SPRING PLEDGES James William Elles Darrell Edwin Hollis William Henry Holt Harvey Lynn Jeane Stephen McCabe Purcell Larry Joe Simpson Jack Edward Vaughn Top Row: Barbies, BengBton, Boardntan, Bower, Cameron, Cash, Cobb, Collins, Cupaioli, Eikeoberry, Gilstrap. Second Row: Girdley, Goodman, Graydon, Grobowsky, Hamblin, Henderson, Herren, Herrington, Hester, Hill, Hodell. Third Roto: Hoffman, Holt, HutBon, Irwin, Johnson, Judge, Kerr, Lane, Lindemood, Link, Lotheed. Fourth Row: Macrini. Matthews. Page 296 r The Phi Kappa Psis began Spring Rush with February House parties. OFFICERS Fall Spring GEOFFREY GALT GRAYDON G.P BASIL GLENN WILKERSON, JR. BASIL GLENN WILKINSON, JR V.G.P PETER JACKSON LINK HENRY PORTER BOARDMAN, JR B.G THOMAS STANLEY SOUTIIWICK STEPHEN RAE LINDEMOOD A.B STEPHEN RAE LINDEMOOD RICHARD MICHAEL CAMERON P RICHARD MICHAEL CAMERON MRS. MILDRED KELLY, Housemother Top Row: McEvoy, Mclnnis, Meadows, Mitchell, Moody, G. Moore, P. Moore, Morrill, Neely, O ' Brien, Recce. Second Row: Rhea, Riley, Ringland, Ruckman, Shelton, D. Smith, J. Smith, R. Smith, Southwick, Stabler, Stallings. Third Row: Stokes, Tesoro, Van Slyke, Vaught, Von Doer- hoff, Waddill, Wallace, West, Westerkom, White, Wilkerson. Fourth Row: Winn, Wood. Page 297 PHI KAPPA SIGMA f ' -V ' XA OFFICERS Fall Spring CLARENCE WHARTON COLE President THOMAS LEE WHITE, JR. JAMES GLENN REEVES Vice-President ROBERT DEXTER APPLINC ULON WILLIS RANKIN, JR Secretary ULON WILLIS RANKIN, JR. CARROLL DAVID MOSLEY . . .. Second V ice-President CARROLL DAVID MOSLEY LESLIE CLARK ACKER Treasurer LESLIE CLARK ACKER MEMBERS Leslie Clark Acker Richard Earl Appling Robert Dexter Appling Derwood Neal Banister Joe Tom Bouchier Clarence Wharton Cole John Richard Croxson David Allan Dittfurth Thomas Michael Earnest Donald Huber Eller Daniel Vincent Flatten Gerald Russell Flatten Allen Wayne Funderburg John H. Garner Moody Hamiton Delbert Ivan Hawkins Michael Clay Herrmann Larry Bryant Mallow Top Row: Acker, Aikin, R. E. Appliog, R. D. Appling. Second Row: Arnold, Bouchier, Camp, Cargill. Third Row: Cole, Croxson, Davis, Dittfurlh. Fourth Rota: Funderburg, Garner, Goodwin, Hamilton. Fifth Roto: Hawkins, Herrmann, Massey, Messer. Sixth Row: Mizell, Mosley, Olivier, Phelps. Seventh Rote: Poet, Pohlman, Porter, Rankin. Eighth Row: Rexroad, Searcy, Shrader, Spomberg. Ninth Row: Ward, White. Wilson. Znbarik. Ronald William Massey Gary Frederick Messer Michael David Mizell Laurance Coleman Mosher, Jr. Carroll David Mosley William Manly Parrish, Jr. Stanley Monroe Poer Ulon Willis Rankin, Jr. Allen Cobble Ray James Glenn Reeves Terry Dean Rexroad Philip Harland Shrader, Jr. William Gibbs Spiller F. Theodore Terry Samuel John Trevino, III Harold Dudley Ward, Jr. Thomas Lee White, Jr. Charles Joseph Zubarik, Jr. Page 298 PLEDGES A. M. Aiken, III Roger Edwing Camp John Channell Cargill William Lance Ennis Joseph Waldron Goodwin, Jr. Kenneth Clarke Olivier Gene Charlesworth Payne John Wayne Phelps Adolphus Taylor Pohlman Albert Rodman Searcy Alan Wayne Sponberg Thomas Edwin Watts Roy Lee Wilson Enthusiasm for the Aggie game was displayed through hard work on a prize winning Aggie sign ; the Phi Kappa Sigmas tied for Best Fraternity entry with Acacia. Page 299 PHI KAPPA TAU OFFICERS ' flW Spring CHARLES CHRISTIAN WENCK President PATRICK JAMES WILLSON JOE SIDNEY FLETCHER ' ice-President JAMES THOMAS NESBITT ROBERT BRENTWOOD Bux Secretary MICHAEL LYNN MYERS ROBERT MICIIELE SWAYZE Treasurer JERRY CLYDE HOCAN CHARLES ADKINS FINNELL E.C.M.A.L HUGH NOLE WEST, III MRS. LAURA DISIIMAN, Housemother BONNIE HAWKINS, Sweetheart MEMBERS Gary Everett Bushell Robert Brentwood Bux Claude Robert Cloninger Charles Adkins Finnell Joe Sidney Fletcher Kyle James Gideon James David Godfrey William Clyde Harrison Otto Lewis Hawkins Jerry Clyde Hogan John Curtis Isbell Gustav Donald Jud Robert Eugene Menger John Willard Moore Patrick Frank Moore Michael Lynn Myers James Thomas Nesbitt Henry Joseph Sherrer, Jr. John Herman Sherrer Charles August Steubing, Jr. Robert Michael Swayze Charles Christian Wenck Hugh Nole West, III Patrick James Willson Gary Word Wilson Top Row: Blank, R. Bui, S. Bu, Clwk. Second Rota: Cloninger, Clubb, Dinkim, Eds. Third Rota: Finnell. Fletcher, Freeman, Gideon. FourtH Row: Godfrey, Harrison, Herahberger, Hogan. Fifth Rota: Itbell, Kelly, Keller, Maple. Sixth Rote: Martin, J. Moore. P. Moore, Myeri. Seventh Raw: Nalle, Nelaon, Ncabitl, H. Sherrer. Eighth Rou: 1. Sherrer, Steubing, Swayze, Wenck, Welt, Willson. Page 300 Phi Kappa Tail displayed the Moat Unique sign in the annual Aggie Sign Contest prior to the Thanksgiving Dar Game. FALL PLEDGES Charles Edwin Blank Stephen Allen Bux Harper Scott Clark Fred Jeff Clubb, Jr. Orie Theodore Dinkins, Jr. Ronald Dale Eads Ronald Phil Freeman Lloyd Christian Hershberger Stephen Earl Johnson William Robert Kelly Rodger Paul Kester Jameron Miller Mapel John Raymond ' Martin, Jr. James Crawford Mosser George Sampson Nalle, III Harlan Claude Nelson Lawrence Sullivan Ross SPRING PLEDGES Thomas John Deal Jay Brooks Morehouse Jerry Lee Morgan George Wheeler Richards Page 301 PHI KAPPA THETA OFFICERS Fall Spring PHILLIP MARVIN WESTERCBEN President PHILLIP MARVIN WESTERGREN JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER RANSOM V ice-President JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER RANSOM MICHAEL KEANEY SUTHERLIN Treasurer MICHAEL KEANEY SCTHERLIN JOHN WAYLAND BUCHANAN Secretary JOHN WAYLAND BUCHANAN EDGAR ROGERS JETER Sergeant-at-Arms EDGAR ROGERS JETER MARK ALAN MUELLER Historian MARK ALAN MUELLER MRS. EDWINA CRUTCHFIELD, Housemother TINA HOLLAND, Sweetheart FALL PLEDGES Robert Hampton Brooks Charles Albert Buerschinger Mitchell Cybulski Darrell Raymond Delahoussaye Allan Keith DuBois Larry James Foster Robert Edward Hall Clarence Norman Hansen Lawrence Edward Kulp Joseph Bernard McNamara Marvin Roy Mikeska, Jr. Joseph Anthony Oliva Paul Kenneth Peek, Jr. David Lee Sullivan Joseph Anthony Varga SPRING PLEDGES George Dale Jonte, Jr. David Thomas Nolan Top Row: Bill, Brink, Brooks, Buchanan. Second Row: Buerschinger, Colemftn, Cybulaki, Delahoussaye. Third Row: Drago, Fletcher, Ceissler, Creenberg. Fourth Rmt: Hall. I. Hanley. M. Hanley, H.nsen. Filth Row: Jeter, Keating;, McCuill, McNamara. Sixth Rote: Merlick. L. Mueller, M. Mueller, Oliva. Seventh Row: Pickem, Ramirez, Ransom, Slomchinski. Eighth Rox: Sutherllo, Turner, Walsch, Walzlarick. Ninth Role: V. Weatergren, S. Westergren, Whclton. Young. Page 302 Robert Gregory Bill James William Brink John Wayland Buchanan James Preston Coleman Joe Drago, III Walter Scott Fletcher Wallace Hugh Geisslier Michael Ellis Greenberg Joseph David Hanley Michael James Hanley Edgar Rogers Jeter John Edward Keating Robert Patrick McGuill Lee Moritz Mueller Mark Alan Mueller MEMBERS Howard David Pattison John Ziek Pickens Raymond J. Quintero Rene J. Ramirez Joseph Christopher Ransom Frank Bernard Slomchinski Michael Keaney Sutherlin Jack Marston Turner, Jr. Michael Gordon Walsh Thomas Raymond Watzlavick Phillip Marvin Westergren Sam A. Westergren, Jr. Patrick Joseph Whelton Charles Edward White John Marvin Young Phi Kappa Thetas entertained spring Rushees at an informal house party. Page 303 PHI SIGMA DELTA MEMBERS FALL PLEDGES Steven Lloyd Bercu Allan Morton Berg Gary Mark Braveman Mark Jay Brookner Marshall Bernard Brown Richard Joseph Bueltel Steve Morton Cohn Michaal Deutser Copland Alan William Dreeben Stanley Jay Eisenberg Jeffrey Alan Falk Alan Feinberg Dan Adolph Fleckman Gilbert Elliott Fox Bennett Joe Glazer Sheldon Pailet Goren Gary Mark Graveman Michael Jacob Gray Barnett Alvin Greenberg David Greenfield, Jr. Gary Neil Gross Harold Henry Kahn Murray Alvin Klein Dennis Kneff Robert Levinthal Harold Michaelson London Maurice Marcus Barry Howard Margolis Howard Roy Milstein Paul Rick Oshman Steven Ernest Raphael Richard Ellis Rosengarten Steven Lee Rosenthal Robert Gordon Shoss Roger Lee Shoss Neal Charles Small Charles Ray Soodhalter Steven Franklin Spiritas Leonard Sheldon Spitzer Larry Steve Steinberger Harold Lionel Stern, Jr. Richard Barry Tenenbown Edward Stanley Topek Robert Stahl Totz Richard Stephen Tucker Ned Wald Ernest Pyle Werlin Thomas Elliot Werlin Donald Nagel Westheimer Fred Kahn Westheimer Roger Lande Badash Marc Philip Bernat Richard Alan Bernat Richard Lee Bernstein Mark Blumenthal Daryl Neal Davis Irving Nachum Donosky Alan Paul Efron Alan Jay Finegold Peter Benjamin Goldblum Jerry Arnold Greenberg Phillip Victor Ladin Kenneth Jay Levy Mark Glenn Lipkin Melvin Allard Lipsitz Michael James Livingston Charles Lawrence Meyers Robert Mark Phillips Charles Robert Racusin Jeffrey Wayne Reichman Joel Rosenthal Michael Rosenwasser Richard Alan Schaffer Barry Eli Silverman Samuel Herbert Simkin Robert Samuel Simon Robert Allan Solomon Gerald Harris Stool SPRING PLEDGES Harry Abe Bassist Philip H. Fleckman James Charles Gordon Ronald M. Herzfeld Robert Phillip Hurst Richard A. Nelson II I ' " !- Row: Badash, Berg, M. Bernat, R. Bernat, Bernstein, Blumenthal, Braveman, Brookner, Brown. Bueltel, Copland. Second Row: Davis, Donosky, Efron, Falk, Feinberg, Fingold. Fox, Clazer, Goldblum, Coren, Gray. Third Row: B. Greenberg, J. Creenburg, Greenfield, CroM, Kahn, Klein. Knrff, Ladin, Levinthal, Levy, Lipkin. Fourth Row: Lipsltz, Livingston. Page 304 i The brothers were always busy with plans for future events. Spring HAROLD HENRY KAHN Master Prater. GARY NEIL GROSS GARY MARK GRAVEMAN . . . Vice-Master Prater . . RICHARD ELLIS ROSENCARTEN ROHERT STAHL TOTZ ....Corresponding Secretary RORERT GORDON Snoss STEVE ERNEST RAPHAEL ...Recording Secretary STEVE ERNEST RAPHAEL MARY JAY BROOKNER Treasurer BARNETT ALVIN GREENBERC MRS. MADALENE B. PATTON, Housemother Phi Sigma Delta leaders, Phil Ladin, Jerry Hoffman, Stan Eiscnberg, and Gary Gross recalled past accomplishments of their fraternity. Top Row: London, Marcus, Margolis, Meyers, Milstein, Oshman, Phillips, Racusin, Raphael, Reichman, Rosengarten. Second Row: J. Rosenthal, Rosenwassen, Shaffer, R. G. Shoss, R. L. Shoss, Silvcrman, Simkin, Simon, Small, Solomon, Soodhalter. Third Row: Spiritaa, Spitzer, Steinbergcr, Stern, Stool, Tenenbown, Topek, Tolz, Tucker, Wald, E. Werlin. Fourth Row: T. Werlin, D. Westheimer. Page 305 PHI SIGMA KAPPA o o ,. . . .A OFFICERS Fatf Spring NOLAN AUBREY MOORE, III President NOLAN AUBREY MOORE, III EDWARD LLEWELLYN HUGHES V ice-President CAMERON EDWARD HENRY BRUCE ROBERT DISHMAN Secretary BRUCE ROBERT DISHMAN JAMES FRANKLIN KINCL Treasurer WAYNE THOMAS WEBER CAMERON EDWARD HENRY Sentinel ROBERT SANDERS BRADLEY MRS. GLADYS LEICHTY, Housemother LINDA JANICE REGAN, Sweetheart MEMBERS Joe Riley Allen Everett Anschutz, Jr. Thomas Alan Armstrong David Gleason Benjamin William Harrell Bingham, Jr. Bruce Adolph Boening Robert Sanders Bradley Comer Clarence Brassell, Jr. Bennett Franklin Brooke Dale Clay Bullough Robert Elgin Burrer Frank Randolph Burroughs David Michael Gotten Jon Gerry Gates Robert Harris Cleveland William Michael Cox Bruce Robert Dishman Paul Randolph Doggett Gary Eugene Elliott Rodger Thomas Ellis William Harry Fisher James Robert Giddings Richard Earl Green Gregory Louis Gregg Lawrence L. Griffin Buddie Joe Hahn Cameron Edward Henry James Melton Hetherington, Jr. William Douglas Howell Edward Llewellyn Hughes Ralph Douglas Johnson Timothy Clarence Johnstone James Franklin Kincl Michael Ross Lewis Robert Eugene Matlock, Jr. Chester M. Mochel Nolan Aubrey Moore, III Homer Wade Owens John Douglas Parker Robert Rae Patterson William Philip Schoenfield, Jr. James William Smith, Jr. Jack Wilson Smith Michael Thompson Gregory Warren Thrower Richard Allen Walsh William Raymond Walsh Wayne Thomas Weber John James Werst Richard Nelson Winter Top Row: Alexander. Anderson, Avrnt, Barrett. Bell. Second Rote: Benjamin, Boening, Bradley, Brassell, Bunce. Third Rote: C. D. Carter, Cleveland, Cotham, Cotten. Fourth Row: Danie. Diahman. Edwardi. H Holt. Ellis. Fifth Row: Emig. Engelbrecht, Fiher, Gidding.. Cray. Sixth Row: Green. Gregg. Hahn, Henry, Herbert. Seventh Row: Helh. erington. Howell, Hughei. Johnson. Kin. I. Eighth Rote: Kiler. Klini-l. Knight, Lamb. Landwehr. inth Row: Long. Mayden, Morhrl, Moore, Moser. Ttath Row: Norria, Parker, Patteraon, Schaffer, Schoenfield, Scott, Jack Smith. Eleventh Row: Thomai. Thrower. Traverto, W. Walih, M ,-,-r. Williami, Willmann. Page 306 Practice made a near perfect performance for the Division of Greek Sing Song. Phi Sigma Kappas who won the Fraternity FALL PLEDGES Michael Patrick Alexan der Jack William Anderson John Ross Avent Robert C. Barrett Robert Luther Bell Dennis Lynn Boggus Robert Eugene Bunce Gilbert Bruce Carter Michael Wayne Gotham Thomas Charles Danie James David Edwards Robert Earl Emig Steven Peter Englelbrecht Carl Allen Faulkner Samuel Ray Gray Bradley Edmond Herbert Roy Sanford Kiser, Jr. Jan Michael Klinck John Burton Knight Jack Julius Lamb, Jr. Richard Lee Landwehr Joe Donald Long Richard Wiley Mayden Daniel A. Mosser John William Norris Eric Conrad Schaffer Charles Henry Scott Daniel Randolph Thomas Daniel John Traverso, III Michael Payne Williams Kenneth Edward Willmann ' John Thomas Chatmas SPRING PLEDGES Page 307 Richard C. Wagner PI KAPPA ALPHA OFFICERS Fall Spring BEN CHANDLER CADENHEAD SMC JAMES MARVIN WINDHAM, JR. JAMES MARVIN WINDHAM, JR IMC CECIL ALBERT THOMPSON, JR. JAMES ERSKINE WATSON, JR ThC JAMES ERSKINE WATSON, JR. DOUGLASS FINLEY NORMAN Pledge Trainer ROBERT REEVES KING PHILIP KENT MAXWELL Rush Captain STAN Louis MCL.ELLAND MRS. OLIVE P. EADES, Housemother PAULA CRAIG, Delta Delta Delta, Sweetheart FALL PLEDGES John Lawrence Alexander Kenny Mac Baird John Austin Burger James Patton Carssow Ray Jens Daugbjerg Thomas Scott Dill Tilman Elson Dodd Claude Moyer Henkel, III Phillip Byron Herron Dow Beaman Hickam, II Robert Edson Hoffman, Jr. Rickney William Jones Robert Odie Kelly Michael Francis Lovett James Harry Lyons William McDuffie McAfee Kenneth George McCasland Larry Glenn Morgan George Henry Neill Rockne William Onstad Samuel Terrence Parker James Douglas Phelan Randolph Cochrane Seybold Earl Wayne Simmons Steven Eric Van Vliet Gary Don Whitlock Thomas Judkins Wilson SPRING PLEDGES George Emory Denbow, Jr. Gary Fread Guenthner Charles Ross Lane John Francis Leonard Robert Louis Wade Kenneth Edwin Mash Terrell Eugene Shell James William Smith, III Jack Edwin Taylor, Jr. ME MBERS James Alvis John Worthy Alvis Joe Daniel Anderson Vance Michael Arnold Randal Allen Bailey Daniel Andrew Barkley Douglas Edwards Bell, Jr. William George Bohannon Carl Henry Bohn, Jr. David Michael Boudloche Joe L. Brewton Kenneth Wesley Burch Ben Chandler Cadenhead Billy Jeff Campsey James Albert Chandler John Emmett Chandler Arthur John Coerver Jimmy Rex Gotten Philip Louis Daily James Clay Dewey William Jackson Gardner Tommy Jordan Gentry Frank Richard Gessner George Stanley Gideon Milton Ray Johnson Charles Donald Jeane Ron Wayne Kasperik Gary George Kent Robert Reeves King Kenneth Wayne Kitchen Morris Don Hairston Robert Stephen Lake Billy McGraw Lamkin Larry Edmond Lee Charles Wilson Lindsey. Ill Wallace Michael Mays Philip Kent Maxwell Stan Louis McLelland Mike Mitchell Ronald Walter Moore Brian Burnham Newberry Douglass Finley Norman John Haynes Ott John Eric Pressler Lenard Earl Reeves Louis Frank Ridings, Jr. James Eldon Savage Raymond Lewis Scarbrough, Jr. John Ernest Schade Robert Michael Smith Danna Michael Starkey Collier Matlock Sublett James Leo Sullivan Michael Duane Taylor Harold Loy Teel, Jr. Cecil Albert Thompson, Jr. Charles Andrew Thompson John Andrew Thompson James Erskine Watson, Jr. Joe Pat Wicker Tom Lee Waterston James Ray Williams John Lawrence Williams Rabun Thomas Wilson III James Marvin Windham, Jr. Karl Anthony Wright 0 0 r a o o a p P te p o WJ Top Row: Alexander, Anderson, Arnold, Bailey, Baird, Barklcy, Bell, Bohannon, Bohn, Boudloche Second Row: Brown, Burger, Campsey. Carssow, Coerver, Daily, Daugbjerg, Gentry, Cessner, Gideon. Third Roto: Hairs ton, Henkel., Herron, Hickam, Jeane, Johnson, Jone . Kelly, King, Lake. Fourth Row: Lamkin, Lovett, Lyons. Page 308 Good times were had by all at the Pike house during the Spring Rush parties. Top flow: Maxwell, McAfee, Morgan, Newberry, NorraaD, Ousted, Ott, Parker, Phelan, Pressler. Second Row: Roberts, Savage, Schade, Simmons, Smith, Starkey, Sublett, Sullivan, Teel, Cecil Thompson. Third Row: Charles Thompson, J. Thompson, Van Vliet, Watson, Whitlock, Wicker, J. R. Williams, J. L. Williams, Willingham, R. Wilson. Fourth Row: T. Wilson, Withers. Page 309 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON MEMBERS FALL PLEDGES George Louis Allen Ben A. Baldwin, Jr. Joseph Chaffin Benson, Jr. William Kenneth Berg Jimmy Don Blair William David Blunk, Jr. Haines Hanby Brindley, Jr. Thomas Allen Burkley, Jr. John R. Cook Dick Clark, III John Walter Daniel, III William Edwin Denman James McQueen Easterling Edwin Donald Dietz Marvin Eugene Dodd Melville Virgil Ehlers Whitson Beazley Etheridge, II Robert Alexander Fainter Murphy Louis Fontenot Joseph Hardie Freeman Homer Garrison, III Hal Collins Graham David Ralph Graham William Robert Cranberry Fredrick Parker Gregg Ronald Thomas Henley John Patterson Hill Woodley Larkin Hunt Thad Thomson Hutcheson, Jr. John Richard Kirby Samuel Leslie King Edwin Howard Lanford, Jr. James Calhoun Langdon, Jr. Joe Edward Lea, Jr. Samuel Skillern Leake Joe Edward Lee, Jr. Samuel James Lee, II Robert Leslie Lehman Alcide Fredrico Longoria, Jr. John Gregg Middleton Daniel Griffin Moreland James Lee Norman Herbert Mills Palm Robert Foster Parker William Denny Parker Virgil Albert Pate Adrian Ivan Patton Edwin Roy Patton John Jacob Patton P. Dexter Peacock William Edward Pickens Jake Marcus Reese Iliff David Richardson, Jr. Alvin Alexander Salge Alan Clifton Schoellkopf Hugo William Schoellkopf, III William Dennis Siebert Charles Afton Schulz, Jr. William Bert Schwartz Robert Harry Smith Carr J. Staley William Burke Thoman, Jr. Robert Peel Thomason James Arthur Tillinghast Marvin York Vick Chester Herman Weber, Jr. Charles Wyatt Walters Kirk Ernest Williamson Terry Austin Willis George Allen Wittenberg, II George Tobin Wommack George Wesley Works Marvin Alan Bergstrom Ronnie Mac Bowyer Donald Tratford Bryant Johnathan Harold Clark Ronald Kent Collins George Kruegar Covert Michael Carlisle Dawson Dan Kelly Eidman Donald Louis Evans Gautier Brooks Frazer William Campbell Green John Bachman Greve Curtis Pat Harkins, Jr. Elliot Lee Higgins, Jr. James Hughie Holland William Latz Kinard Benjamin Ford Kitchen James Rex Lemert Albert Leroy Lewis Brian Fisher Mahon John Thomas Malone James Francis McDermott John Stuart McKee Bruce Hal Miner George Poe Morrill Richard Dow Murray Charles Richter Ofner David Wilson Pace Steve Edward Shaw Robert Allan Shivers, Jr. David Jack Sloan Craig Stripling John Gifford Till, II Gary Rowe Thomas Richard Allen Vaughan Benjamin Edward VandenBossche Chester Herman Weber, Jr. James Lee Weber Terence Sinclair Weakry SPRING PLEDGES Donald Gene Elliott William C. Ellwood Roland Lance Farrar Richard Wesley Fairchild, Jr. Robert Alan Hatcher Timothy D. Mercer Harold Earl Taylor, Jr. Top Row: Benson, Bcrgstrom, Blunk, Bowycr, Bryant, D. CUrk, J. Clark, Collins, Cook, Covert, Dawson. Second Row: Denman, Dodd, Eidman, Etheridge, Evans, Frazcr, Garrison, D. Graham, H. Graham. Green, Gregg. Third Row: Greve, Harkins, Hatcher, Henley, Higgins, Holland, Hutcheson, Kinard. Kirby, Kitchen, Langdon. Fourth Rote: Lee, Lehman, Lemert, Lewis, Malone. Page 310 The SAE brothers serenaded with their favorite song, " Brothers Sing. " OFFICERS Fall Spring WILLIAM EDWIN DENMAN Eminent Archon .Huco WILLIAM SCHOELLKOPF, III HUGO WILLIAM SCHOELLKOPF, III Eminent VIRGIL ALBERT PATE Deputy Archon TERRY AUSTIN WILLIS Housemanager TERRY AUSTIN WILLIS THAD THOMSON HUTCHESON, JR. Eminent Treasurer JOHN WALTER DANIEL, III JOHN WALTER DANIEL, III .. Eminent Recorder ..DANIEL GRIFFIN MORELAND MRS. SAM MURPHY, Housemother Miss MARDIE FISHER, Pi Beta Phi, Sweetheart The traditional after-dinner swim awaited a new SAE dropac. p Top Row: McDermitt, McKee, Miner, Morrill, Murray, Norman, Ofner, Pace, Palm, R. Parker, W. Parker. Second Row: A. Patton, E. Patton, Reese, Richardson, Salge, A. Schoellkopf, Schwartz, Seibert, Shaw, Shivers, Sloan. Third Row: Staley, Stripling, Thoman, Thomas, Till, Tillinghast, VandenBoasche, Vaughan, Vick, Weakly, C. Weber. Fourth Row: ]. Weber, Whitlen- burg, Williamson, Willis, Wommack. Page 311 SIGMA ALPHA MU J-v. VJ 1.4J OFFICERS Fall Spring EDWARD E. JACOBS President EDWARD E. JACOBS DAVID EAKER V ice-President .... DAVID LYNN LUTERMAN MICHAEL STEPHEN FOCEL Vice-President MICHAEL STEPHEN FOCEL ROBI H. BENDORF Treasurer ROBI H. BENDORF LESTER HERMAN KUPERMAN Treasurer LESTER HERMAN KUPERMAN ALAN DAVID KRISS Secretary ALAN DAVID KRISS MRS. EDITH GOMPERTZ, Housemother MEMBERS Leonard Bruce Abrams Jim S. Adler Robi H. Bendorf David Edward Bird Ben Lee Blend James Edward Bock Martin William Cohen Cal L. Donsky David Eaker Alan Lee Eisenberg Harris I. Estroff Stephen Louis Feinbe rg Jim Fichtenbaum Michael Stephen Fogel Max Samuel Friedman Melvin Eugene Giller Alan L. Glast Robert Joel Glast Jarrold Alan Glazer Edward E. Jacobs Gary Stephen Kahn Michael Barry Karchmer Ronald David Karchmer David I. Kuperman Lester Herman Kuperman Alan David Kriss Michael Simon Lang Charles Leslie Zelazhy Top flow: Aftcrgut, Anton, Baum, Bcndorf. Second Row: Blend, Bock, Brooks, Brown. Third Row: Carp, Davis, Fichtcnbaum, Freundlich. Fourth Row: Gurinsky; Halperin, Ham- mersmith, Herman. Fi ' rA Ki : Katzhcrc, Kleinman, Kriti, Kunrrman. Si ih Row: Levine, Lery, Lipshilz, Lutcrman. Seventh Rout: Mrycri, Nachman, Naman, Orloff. Eighth Row: Paine, Passman, Safir, Shalrtlr. A ' iniA Aoic: Shickman, I. Skibell, R. Sklbell, Tobor. Tenth Row: Wclsblat, R. Weiss. S. Weiss, Willis. Sid Levine Ronald Errol Levinson Ben Michael Levy Joel Lichtenstein Jay Lee Lipshitz David Lynn Luterman Larry Maltz George Jack Nachman Marvin Leon Nebrat Jim C. Nordhaus Phillip Jay Paine Don Passman Richard Lloyd Prinz Fred Bernard Rosenberg Harvey Jay Saiken Alan Seeman Robert H. .Shalette Philip Jay Simborg Arthur Skibell Richard Skibell Robert Stuart Skibell James D. Stein Steven Jon Sterling Stephen Franklin Toby Jerry Lee Weinstein Harvey Alan Weisblat Sheldon Alan Wills Page The Sammies were enjoying the homey atmosphere ol their new house. FALL PLEDGES Myron David Aftergut Richard Henry Anton Stephen Jay Baum Stephen Harry Brody Bernard Moses Brooks, Jr. Jeffrey Ivan Brown Stanford Jack Carp Jack Russell Davis Daniel Benjamin Freundlich Barry Herbert Gurinsky Paul Allan Halperin Phillip Alan Hammersmith Robert Mack Herman Alan Frank Katzberg Harrell Marc Kleinman William Joseph Meyers Stephen Lawrence Naman Gary William Orloff David Irving Safir Richard J. Savitz Charles Harold Schikman Jerome Melvin Skibell Ben Davis Tobor Ronald Arthur Weiss Arthur Eisenberg Stuart Rollin Weiss SPRING PLEDGES Howard M. Rubinstein Page 313 SIGMA CHI o 1- -v T Spectators and participants captured the spirit of Sigma Chi Derby Day. 7op Roi: All, Bitfield, Barneber, Birnett, Barr, Best, Broolu, Brown. Second Row: Cappleman, Carr, Clark, Cogan, J. Crawford, R. Crawford, D. Davldaon, L. Davidson. Third Rom: Dold, Driscoll, DuBols, Dunkle, Farries, Fitzgerald, Franks, Fransen. Fourth Row: Ceaslin, George, Culledge, Hanni, Hanaard, Hanlon, Harper, Hatton. filth Row: ). E. Hightower. J. Hill. M. Hill, Milliard, Hinrichi, Hudson, Jaeggll, lelinek. Sixth Row: W. luncker, L. Juncker, Kaase, Knliy, Lambert, Launer, Lawrence, Leonard. Seventh Rote: Looner. Ludwig, S. Marshall, Matthews, McAlpln. McDonald, McNeill, McWilliann, Morrow, t ' .ifhth Row: Odom, C. Oldham, Patteraon, Pictrowsky, Posey, Ramey, Redd. Romberg, Russell. Ninth Rou: Seldon, Sluder, Small, M. Smith, W. Smith, Stradman, Swearingen, Swift, Thompson. Tenth Rote: Thomson, Todar, Tolerton, Tucker, Wall, M. Williams, R. William . Willis, Youens. Pa- ' e 314 Spring RUFUS ELBERT THOMPSON Consul RUFUS ELBERT THOMPSON RICHARD ALLEN LAUNEY Pro-Consul RICHARD ALLEN LAUNEY LEONARD NELSON JUNCKER Quaestor WILLIAM WAYNE PATTERSON RAY MUNN FITZGERALD Annotator RAY MUNN FITZGERALD WILLIAM ANTHONY KOBY Magister WAYNE STEVE SMITH MRS. GENEVIEVE MAUZY, Housemother CAROL ANN ALLEN, Delta Delta Delta, Sweetheart MEMBERS FALL PLEDGES John Darby Alt Thomas Adolph Best Calvin Brooks Carter Warren Nelson Dold William Dan Driscoll James Hugh DuBois Michael Ross Dunkle David Carruth Farries L. Bruce Garrett, II David Tod Geaslin William Joseph George Richard Dee Gultedge George Walter Hanson Ernest Carter Hatton James Edward Hightower Malone Vincent Hill Jr. Christopher Laurence Hilliard John Frank Hinrichs, Jr. Walter Kurt Juncker Robert Paul Kaase John Craig MacFarlane William Timothy Mason Kenneth Courtenay McAlpin David Etheldred McNeill David Walter Nelson John William Romberg James Louis Rushing James Henry Sluder John Patrick Smith Marshall Leroy Smith Paul Van Swearingen Raymond Chauncey Tolerton, III Wilburn Clyde Wall Milton Craig Williams Ronald Dedrick Williams James Robert Willis Mark Alan Born Arlen Melbourne Driscoll SPRING PLEDGES Christopher G. Russo Stephen Craig Foster James Wayne Minor Ephraim Alfonse Arrendo Danny Robert Barfield Lauren Robert Barnebey Jerry Leland Barnett Henry Buford Barr Matt Hall Benton James Arthur Besselman Michael Wallace Block Armin Schlick Boettcher William Robert Bolger Charles Van Winkle Brooks Billie Jack Brown Ernest Jewell Browne James Raymond Bryant Paul James Burch Gillette Dunn Burton William Edward Bussey William Pollard Cappeleman, Jr Kenneth D. Carr Jack Richard Chaney Dennis Craig Cheaney Martin Winston Clark, III William Dandridge Clifford John P. Cogan, Jr.. James Winslow Coulter Willard Butler Cox John Scott Crawford Robert Marvin Crawford Rod William Groom David A. Davidson Lawrence Samuel Davidson Robert Earl Davis Walter Johns Denby Robert Parton Dunn Marcus Robert Dussler, Jr. Howard Pinkney Edmiston Robert Sterling Edwards Dennis Ray Farley Leo Edward Faubion Ray Munn Fitzgerald Doyle Edwin Flatt Richard Arno Ford Robert Calvin Franks David Robert Fransen Timothy Ray Goldman Preston Snyder Hallman, III Michael Marten Hanna James Bruce Hansard Richmond Chase Harper, Jr. Christopher Stephen Hart David Eaton Hart Frank Fitch Henderson John Buckner Hightower James Abraham Hill Robert Melvin Howe Patric Dean Hudgens Thomas Richard Hudson Wilson Southwell Jaeggli Robert Michael Jelinek Edward Douglas Johnson. Jr. James Holder Jondahl Leonard Nelson Juncker A. W. Knolle William Anthony Koby Robert Wesley Lambert Richard Allen Launey Lloyd Arthur Lawrence Joe Meons Leonard, III Robert Michael Looney James Monroe Loyd, Jr. Christopher James Ludwig George Howell Marsh, Jr. Robert John Marshall, Jr. Schuvler Bailev Marshall Scott Vance Matthews John Edward McDonald William George McMillian Damon Bradley McWilliams Malcolm Long Milburn Edward Joseph Mooney Harold Brett Morris Robert Edward Morrow Hubert Turner Odom, Jr. Clyde Keenan Oldham Darius Dudley Oldham Willia n Wayne Patterson Michael Lawner Patton Stephen Gray Ferine Robert Frank Pietrowski, Jr. William George Poole, Jr. John Alton Posey, Jr. Wayne Joseph Prosperi Robert Lindell Ramey Cecil Louis Redd, Jr. John Carver Richards, II Thomas Franklin Roberts, Jr. Walter Thomas Russell, Jr. George Henry Sauer Wilson Joe Seldon, Jr. Alan Edward Sevadjian John Howard Sharkey Elliot Eldred Small, Jr. Horace David Smith Wayne Stevens Smith James William Speights Charles Rankin Steadman James Olan Stout Edward Reagan Swift Rufus Elbert Thompson James William Thomson Kenneth Gregory Todar Keith Albert Tucker James David Warwick William Willerson White Ralph Michael Yates William Thomas Youens, Jr. Page 315 SIGMA NU MEMBERS FALL PLEDGES Edward Badouh, Jr. Nym Lou Barker Jimmy Dee Berry Lee Ashton Clay Donald Laurence Craig Marshall Joseph Day Gerald Lambdin Denison Allyn Reuben Harris Henry Ike Harrison Thomas Calvin Hazlewood Philip Louis Howard Richard Michael Jordan Joe George Landess Ronald Stone Lair Robert Lester Loar James Robert Parkey, III Steve Edward Parks Thomas Louis Raggio Irvin Raymond Robertson James Hoke Shinalt Paul Hampton. Silvey Glen Dale Singleton Harold Leon Sims, Jr. Montgomery Skidmore Alan Craig Smith SPRING PLEDGES John Lee Caffee Charles William Clifton John Wayne Cones Robert Michael Fetzer Peter Gill Walter Edward Gould John C. Groos Stanford D. Hanes Stan Erwin McCormick James Maund James Thomas Strawn William Rosser Thornton, Jr. Joe S. Tucker Fernando Franco Wills Brian Reed Woolsey Louis Courtney Abernathy John Lewis Adams George Mathews Ainsworth James Whitney Aird Robert Cardin Alfred David Harlan Ammons Kenneth Reed Bentley Walter Lee Bradley George David Carlock, III Michael Shea Castleman Vincent David Cater Richard Nelson Chandler James Thomas Chapman Benny Jack Chilcutt Jerry Edmond Chiles Clayton Ray Crenwelge Richard Thomas Davis, Jr. Richard McDowell DeGuerin Lloyd Allan Deverick Robert Merlee Doby, Jr. Arthur Rhew Dooley, Jr. William W. Dunlap Byron Flannary Egan Eugene Holland Flewellen, III Michael Edward Fox Frank Madison Gilstrap Roy Matthews Grassedonio Donald Brooks Greer Don Trumon Gunnin - Johnce Eugene Hall Robert Lynn Hawkins Richard Earle Helmer, III John Michael Helms Gaile Maurice Henry, Jr. Kimball Turner Hillencamp Ernest Edward Howerton, Jr. John Couper Hunter, III Michael Stephen Jarrell Thomas Johnson William Anthony Jordan, Jr. Joe Beaty Kercheville Marvin Christopher Kristynik Sam W. Lane, Jr. William Griffith Lawhon Ross Moore Lynch, Jr. John Manning Meador Robert Warren Miller, Jr. Stephen Craig Miller Stephen Leslie Moore Wallace Harper Nations Ralph Norman Nelson, Jr. Michael Stephan Gates David Raymond Parker James Hoke Peacock, II Charles Talmadge Phillips Bill Renfro Warren Frank Richey George Weichsel Riley James Graham Roach Robert Page Ross, Jr. Hugh Mac Ruggles Perry Vernon Rushing Ro bert Allen Sewell William Knox Smartt James Lewis Smith, III Donald Scott Thomas, Jr. Thad William Thomas Dan Francis Travis Robert William Wachsmuth Donald Odene Walker Edward Tarry Watkins, Jr. Marquis Evertt Whittington John Michael Wight Harry Beauchamp Williamson John Marshall Witherspoon Charles Cowan Womack, Jr. ' ft Top Rote: Adams, Ainiworth, Allied, Ammons. Badouh, Barker, Bartlett, Berry, Bradley, Bruclu, Carlock. Second Rote: Castleman, Chandler, Chilcull, Chiles, Clay, Craig, Davis, Day, Deni- son, Deverick, Dooley. Third Row: EgaD, Espi- nosa, Flewellen, Fox, Camel, Gunnin, Hall, Harris, Harriaon, Hawkins, Head. Fourth Rom: Helmer, Helms, Henry, Hillencamp, Horka. Howard, Howerlon, Hunter. Page 316 A relaxed atmosphere prevailed at a Fall Rush party at the Sigma Nu House. OFFICERS Fall Spring DAVID RAYMOND PARKER Eminent Commander . . . JOHN LEWIS ADAMS PERRY VERNON RUSHING Lieutenant Commander BILL RENFRO EUGENE HOLLAND FLEWELLEN, III Recorder DONALD SCOTT THOMAS ROBERT LYNN HAWKINS Treasurer ROBERT CARDIN ALFRED JOHN COUPER HUNTER, III Pledge Trainer. . .WILLIAM KNOX SMARTT MRS. GLADYS HUSTON, Housemother CAROL ANN CORY, Sweetheart 7 " op foif: Husbands, Jarrell, Johnson, R. Jor- dan, W. Jordan, Kcaslcr, Kinard, Lair, Law- lion, Loar, Lynch. Second Row: Mcador, R. Miller, S. Miller, Nelson, Oatcs, Parker, Parkey, Raegio, Renfro, Riley, Robertson. Third Row: Ross, Ruggles, Rushing, Sewcll, Shinalt, Silvcy, Sims, Singleton, Slaughter, Smartt, D. Thomas. Fourth Row: T. Thomas, Travis, Watkins, Wight, Williamson, Wills, Witherspoon, Womack. Page 317 SIGMA PHI EPSILON MEMBERS FALL PLEDGES Stephen Fredrick Abney Scott Miller Anderson Dan Harve Blanks Michael Buie John Ronald Coppedge Frank Raymond Dehnisch Richard Alan Dial William Frederick Duke Paul Frank Eichelberger John D. Fishero Robert Allen Hargrove Bryan Keith Haygood Thomas Ollis Hicks Kevin Holcomb John Alfred Houtz Michael Carl Landers Harold Nelson Leavell John Carter Mayfield Warren Peter McKenney, Jr. George Robert Myers, III Charles Walter Osgood James H. Parker James Herbert Pernell Bobby Gene Ray Raymond Louis Snow James Howard Stanley Scott Randall Stripling Caddo Parish Studdard, Jr. Terry Niels Taylor Robert Lewis Thompson Harold Richard Turner William Henry Vials William Thomas White James Meredith Wilcox Steve Murray Winn Daniel Arthur Woods SPRING PLEDGES Richard Lee Hargraves Tom James Edgar Hunt, Jr. Richard Firmin Tabor Robert Lafayette Adair, III John Powell Ash Richard Bolton Bender, II John Findlay Blocker Michael Leroy Boyd James Eddy Burk Frederick Landrum Bush James Robert Chadderdon Byron Edward Cox David Bradfield Deniger James Gilmer Dickson, Jr. Noel Joseph Dolce Thaddeus James Dorsey, Jr. Henry Sterling Drumwright Richard Edward Dullnig Thomas Mayborn Dunning Clarence Fielding Early Joe Fisher, III John Sydney Fleeter Phillip Gene Foote John Mosley Franklin Daniel Reed Garner Charles Merritt Girard Edwyn Irving Goldberg Michael A. Hammett James Noel Higdon Richard Lynn Jackson Philip James John Jack B. Jones, Jr. Thomas William Landers, III William Lane Anthony Michael Lange Matthew Andrew Landry John Marable Lomax William Ronald Mahoney Robert Jay Mannen Paul William McGuire John Thomas Meier Rufus Walter Miller, III Robert Glenn Morris Bailey Christian Moseley William Daniel Nicholson James Michael Owen William Bennett Palamountain Charles Vance Parker Charles Roland Parrett Douglas Reid Patterson Harry Douglas Pruett Robert Eggleston Ramee, Jr. Franklin Musser Rivers, Jr. John Morris Roberts Daniel Alexander Roper Michael J. Sampson Bruce William Schnitzer Allen Harry Seale Lewis Hershel Sheriff William Albert Shirley Glenn Edwin Staats Ronald Kent Stobaugh Joe Samuel Taylor Richard Joseph TrabuTsi, Jr. Clinton William Uhr Wallace Barry Van Winkle Charles Richard Vermillion, Jr. Jon Allen Vogler Michael Lewis Waldron Larry Dwaine Wall Stephen Alan Wakefield Glen Morris White Top Row: Almry, Adair, Anderson, Ash, Bender, Blanks, Blocker, Bute. Burk, Bush, Coppcdpe Second Roto: Cox, Dehnisch, Dcniger, Dial, Dickson, Dolce, Dorscy, Drumwright. Duke, K. Dullnig, T. Dunning. Third Row: Early, Eichelberger, Fisher, Fishero, Flocter, Footr, Franklin. Garner, Girard, Hargrove, Hay Rood. Fourth Row: Hicks, Higdon, Hoult, Jackson, M. Landers, T. Landers, Lane, Lange, Leavell, Mahoney, McGuire. Pace 318 The twinkle of a beautiful Christmas tree made the season brighter for the Sigma Phi Epsilons and their dates. OFFICERS Fall Spring WILLIAM RONALD MAIIONEY ....President BRUCE WILLIAM SCHNITZER BRUCE WILLIAM SCHNITZER . . . Vice-President BYRON EDWARD Cox JON ALLEN VOCLER Corresponding Secretary . . DOUGLAS REID PATTERSON JAMES GILMER DICKSON, JR Recorder ROBERT GLENN MORRIS RICHARD EDWARD DULLING Chaplain RICHARD EDWARD DULLING MRS. W. W. MONTGOMERY, Housemother Even the November weather couldn ' t keep the Sig Eps from contributing share to the huge Aggie Bonfire. a sizable Top fiow: McKenney, Meier, Miller, Morris, Moseley, Myers, Nicholson, Osgood, Owen, C. Parker, J. Parker. Second Row: Patterson, Pernell, Pruett, Ramee, Ray, Rivers, Roberts, Roper, Sampson, Schnitzer, Scale. Third Row; Sheriff, Shirley, Snow, Stanley, Stripling, Studdard, J. Taylor, T. Taylor, Thompson, Turner, Uhr. Fourth Row: Van Winkle, Vermillion, Vials, Voglcr, Waldron, Wall, W. White, Wilcox, Winn, Wooda. Pa e 319 SIGMA PI OFFICERS Fall Spring JOHN RUSSELL MCFARLANE Sage RANDOLPH LEE HALL, JR. RANDOLPH LEE HALL First Counselor RICHARD RAY DILLARD GARY WILSON BOYD Second Counselor GEORGE WYATT ZEY ROGERS ELMER GARRETT, JR. . . Third Counselor ROGERS ELMER GARRETT, JR. GEORGE WYATT ZEY Fourth Counselor THOMAS NORMAN BURDETTE MRS. CLEMA R. ALEXANDER, Housemother NANCY ANN ABBOTT, Alpha Chi Omega, Sweetheart MEMBERS Herbert Joseph Barnard Rodney Mac Bills Gary Wilson Boyd Thomas Norman Burdette Richard Ray Dillard James Turner Garner, Jr. Rogers Elmer Garrett, Jr. Gary Clinton Gibbs Randolph Lee Hall, Jr. Monard Lamar Kinman John Russell McFarlane Carl Hofmann Moneyhon Julian Wilson O ' Bryant William Norvill Puckett, Jr. Harry Howard Sockol George Wyatt Zey Top Row: Alexander, Andcraon, Barnard. Second Row: Bearden, Bills, Bowers. Third Rout: Boyd, Burdette, Cooper. Fourth Row: Dean, Dillard, Drew. Filth Row: Carrett, Gibbs. Hainei. Sixth Row: Hall, Kinman, Leslie. Seventh Rou: Martindale, McFarlane, McKinnis. Eighth Row: Moneyhon, O ' Bryant, Puekett. Ninth Rout: Riensln, Vyie, Zey. Page 320 Left to Right: George Zej, Nancy Ann Abbott, Alpha Chi Omega, 1964-65 Sweetheart and Kitty Ann Eckardt, Delta Delta Delta, 1963-64 Sweetheart and Randolph Hall. National officers presented the Charter to the new Gamma Theta chapter of Sigma Pi. FALL PLEDGES John William Abreu Lewis Robert Anderson Paul Joseph Bearden John Wesley Bowers Gary Bryant Cook Gary M. Cooper Kenneth C. Crawford Clinton Woodhouse Dean William Fredrick Drew Thomas Elgin Vyse SPRING PLEDGES Andrew Daniel Beckey Darrell Fenton Cleghorn, Jr. Richard Earle Deweese Kirby Weldon Gupton Kenneth Herman Wolf Jerald Clyne Haines Jimmy Lee Jones John Courtney Lefeber Robert Victor Leslie John Michael Martindale James Snedecor Maxwell James Albert McKinnis Jay Gordon Rienstra William Anthony Simmons John Douglas Jackson Arthur James Manson, III Charles V. Compton Shaw Alan Lynn Stinson John R. McFarlanr, Sage, spoke at thi Sipma Pi chapter. installation dinner lor the Page 321 TAU DELTA PHI OFFICERS Fall Spring LEK EUWAHI) HARTMAN Consul JOKL KORKIIT SACHS JOEI. HARVEY KLEIN Vice-Consul JAMKS LEK KKSSLEH JOEL RoHEitr SACHS Scribe WILLIAM ALBERT SCIIOLI. WILLIAM ALB EKT SCIIOLI Treasurer ARNOLD LEWIS LEVEY STANLEY JAY BERNSTEIN Member-at-Large MARVIN LEO BUENNEII Mits. HANNAH KRIKCEH, Housemother MEMBERS Phillip Arnold Aronoff Nathan ' Stephen Axelrod Martin Barenblat Joel Stewart Berger Mark William Bermann Howard Lawrence Bernstein Stanley Jay Bernstein Elliott Morton Bossin Marvin Leo Brener Herbert Kent Danziger Ivan Maurice Edelman Stephen Wells Edelstein Murray Edward Fox Jerry Herman Frank Richard Samet Friedman Marion Bernard Gardner Sidney Sol Ginsberg Charles Ned Goldberg Richard Elliot Goldberg Lee Edward Hartman David Simon Horwitz Kenneth Michael Jacobs David Allen Kboudi Joseph Kboudi James Lee Kessler Joel Harvey Klein Herbert Irwin Leiman Ray Gary Lerner Victor Leventhal Arnold Lewis Levey Herbert Michael Lyman Martin Morris Michael Phillip Nussenblatt Joseph Bert Olian Michael Allen Ozer David Rubenstein Joel Robert Sachs William Albert Scholl Jerry William Shay Stephen Jay Segal Shawn Siegel Lawrence Alan Wainer Stephen Worchel Robert Elliot Zimmermann Mich, Mirth Hist Top Rou: Amcricui, Arunoff, Aronilrin, An-lruil, Ban-nbUl. Second Raul : Bender, Bernstein, Hicrnrr, Brrnrr, Danziger. Third Row: Edclslrin, Fox, Frank, Gardner, Carfinkil. Fourth Row: R. S. Coldberc, R. E. Goldberg, Harari, Harlman, Horwilz. Filth Row: Jaroh,, D. Kboudi, 1. Kboudi, KeI.-r, K. Klein. Sixth Rota: 1. Klein, Kohn. Lerner, I.eventbal, Levey. Stvrnth Row: Lcvine, Levitan, Lyman, Mendelovilz, MorriH. Eighth Rnic: Nelkin. Olman. Olian, Ozer, Pehr. Ninth Row: Saeln, Scholl, Schwarlx. Sliay, .Sircr ' l. Tenth Rou-: Wainer, Weiner, Worrhel, Ximmermann. Page 322 Tau Delta Phis were practicing their favorite songs to serenade their favorite girls. FALL PLEDGES Abe Americus Alan Louis Aronstein Michael Louis Bender Mark William Bierner Leonard Fein Richard Stuart Garfinkel Richard Stephen Goldberg Martin Harari Kenneth J. Klein Lawrence Stephen Kohn Joel Stephen Levine Lewis Jay Levitan Mark Charles Mendelovitz Leon Nelkin Leo Ofman Charles Edward Pehr Harold Dennis Schwartz Sanford Alan Weiner Russell Caldwell Ducott SPRING PLEDGES Marvin Jon Hyman Fred Howard Robbins Page 323 TAU KAPPA EPSILON Top Row: BtUon. Biiih, Conalser, J. Cooler. Second Row: W. Cooler, Crumley, Dabney, Davi. Third Rote: Etter, B. Faulkner, W. Faulkner, CUdil. Fourth Row: Hii n, Houle, Jellu, Jensen. Filth Rote: Kahle. Lawrence. McAdams, Morey. Sink Row: Ncblell, Odcll, Peel, Riiovi. Seventh Row: Rubottom, Ruth, Schadc, Shields. Eighth Row: Thomp- son, Thornburrpw, Trahan, Whirr. OFFICERS fa Spring EDMOND HOWARD LAWRENCE Prytanis EDMOND HOWARD LAWRENCE HARRY HERBERT PEEL Epiprytanis . . . .WILLIAM LORENZO FAULKNER ROGER NEAL KAIILE Crysophylos LARRY JAMES WHITE WILLIAM LORENZO FAULKNER . . .Grammaters GREGORY ERIC JENSEN LARRY JAMES WHITE Hegemon THOMAS SHELLEY DUVAL MRS. HATTIE ADAMS, Housemother GAYLE PATTERSON, Sweetheart MEMBERS Kenneth Hewes Barricklo Charles Randall Boner James William Brison Eddie George Bush David Gene Conatser John Rogers Cooke Thomas Ennis Dabney John Haven Davis Thomas Shelley Duval William Lorenzo Faulkner Kilian Walter Fehr Nevel Thomas Gladd Thomas Riley Hester William Horace Hickox, III Stephen Lee Hixon Jeffery Holland Houle William Lane Hubbard Robert William Hughes Edward Christian Jelks Gregory Eric Jensen David Wilson Johnson Roger Neal Kahle Edmond Howard Lawrence John Rustin McAdams Donald Foster Neblett Harry Herbert Peel, III Thomas Griswald Ruth Albert Fred Schade, Jr. Clifford John Trahan James Leland Webb Larry James White Page 324 The Tekes and their sweethearts, the Order of Diana, enjoyed supper open lo everyone. an evening of Old Mexico with a Sunday night chile FALL PLEDGES Walter Clay Cooke Charles Gene Crumley Craig Griffin Etter Benjamin Carl Faulkner Michael Lawrence Gilmore John Bryan Morey John Stephen Odell Gerald Vincent Risovi Stephen Walton Shields Frank Richard Rubottom James Lanning Thompson Robert Stephen Thornburrow SPRING PLEDGES Enrique Antonio Ackerman Timothy Wain Baker James Nathan Bell, IV Bruce Hunter Hooper Page 325 OFFICERS Fall Spring KENNETH JAMES REIILEK President ...MICHAEL JAMES CALLAHAN, JR. MICHAEL JAMES CALLAHAN, JR V ice-President MARVIN JIM MIDDLETON STEPHEN GARY FRUECHTENICHT Treasurer ALLAN LANE PINCHBACK MARVIN JIM MIDDLETON Corresponding Secretary .JoiiN WILLIAM TURNER, JR. TRAVIS EARL RAY, JR Rush Captain GEORGE PARKER WYNNE RICHARD ARTHUR WARRINER Pledge Master JAMES TERENCE BUTLER MRS. HENRY BURKS, Housemother ELIZABETH ANNE WILLIAMS, Sweetheart, Fall JANE Bo ME, Alpha I ' lii, Sweetheart. Spring MEMBERS Michael Peyton Ash John Rodque Agee Eugene Melton Basco E. Robert Bernat Craig Bierman Bickerton Robert Davis Booth Paul Preston Bozeman, III Victor Ernest Braud, III James Terence Butler William David Caldwell Michael James Callahan, Jr. Donald Lee Caraway Vernon Lee Coil Will Sullivan Davies, Jr. Michael Lynn Davis Curtis Edward Dobbs Robert Arthur Forster, III Steve Gary Fruechtenicht Ronald Leonard Gallerano Joseph Fant Grant, Jr. Edward William Grieneeks, II James Lawrence Hall Charles Dossie Hamilton, Jr. John Michael Hooper Louis Elmer Huff, III Nicholas Lee Jones William Edward Jones Richard Albert Kirsten, Jr. Edward Hill Lybrand Robert Smith Mabry James Murphy Mash Joe McGee Mayo, Jr. Marvin Jim Middleton Phillip Ray Montgomery Ronald Allen Murray Thomas Gordon Newman John David Ovard Allan Lane Pinchback Otho Raymond Plummer, Jr. David Arnold Pullen Travis Earl Ray, Jr. Kenneth James Rehler Herbert Kenneth Rigsbee, Jr. John Leslie Rounsaville, Jr. Monty Lynn Shapland William Darrell Smith John Carl Stromberger John Collins Trube John William Turner, Jr. Richard Arthur Warriner Andrew Wesley Whitaker Donald. Ray Wills Jerry Jay Wills Willis Raymond Woolrich, III John David Wray William Ozie Wray George Parker Wynne Robert Avery Young FALL PLEDGES Rodney Phillip Allen Thomas Frederick Anderson James McKinney Baird John David Blankenship, II Michael Dennis Bradley Donald Lewis Burkes William Thomas Burnside, Jr. Clifford Davis Bryne Anthony James Chiodo John Drue Christner William Lucas Crump, Jr. John Brian Dahl Chester McLean Davis, Jr. Edward Leroy Doan James Alan Donaho Paul Timothy Elliot Ernest William Genthner Alan Dennis Geye Jack Boyd Harrell, II David Roy Holditch Joseph Samuel Richard Howell George Byron Jamison, II Jimmy Floyd Jeffcoat Stephen Lee Jones Steve Don Kane Jay Clark Kaskie Robert Everette Kelly Larry Kent LaFevre Johnny Arthur Leaton Blayne ' Stephen Lequeux Robert Hughes McGhee John Underwood Miller Michael Pardee Michael Warren Redman Alvin Willard Roesler, Jr. John Beall Scofield Joseph Haynes Sevier Michael Thomas Shofner James Robert Smith Weldon Douglas Williams, III Kenneth Nolan Wright James Houston Zike SPRING PLEDGES James Lucian Alexander Thomas Maguire Bertch, III Russell Louis Cook Chester Orville Holden, II Jack Howison, Jr. Wilbert James Kaper, Jr. Gary Walden Park Michale Vann Phelan Paul William Ralph Alfred Calvin Rogers Stephen Anthony Schirmer Top Row: Allen, Anderson, Ash, Baird, Baaco, Bernct, Bickrrton, Blankcnship, Booth, Bozemao. Second Row: Bradley. Brand, Burkes, Burn ide. Butler, Byrne, Callahan, Chiodo, Christner. Crump. Third Row: Dahl, C. Davis, M. Davis, Doan, Donaho, Forster, Fruechlrnichl, Gallerano, Centhner, Grye. Fourth Row: Grant, Gricnecks, Harrell, HoMilch, Howell. Page 326 THETA XI The Theta Xis celebrated the coining Christmas season with a semi-formal party held at their house. Top Row: Jamison, Jeffcoat, N. Jonea, S. " Jones, Kaskie, Kelly, Kiraten, Leaton, LeFevre, Lequeux. Second Row; Mayo, McGhee, Middleton, Murray, Pardee, Pinchback, Ray, Red- man, Rehler, Rigsbee. Third Row; Roesler, Sevier, Shofner, J. Smith, W. Smith, Turner, Warriner, D. Wills, J. Wills, W. Wray. Fourth Row: Wright, Wynne, Young, Zike. Pa-e 327 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL OFFICERS President GARY EVERETT BUSHELL Phi Kappa Tau V ice-President EDGAR ALLEN MILLER Delta Upsilon Secretary GARY NEIL GROSS Phi Sigma Delta Treasurer WILLIAM CHARLES CoBB Phi Kappa Psi REPRESENTATIVES Senior Junior WALTER MARTIN HALL Acacia JOHN MAC NEIL SCOTT BERNARD M. STOLLER Alpha Epsilon Pi JOHN HAROLD PEREL TED GAINES DAVIS Alpha Tau Omega HARRY JOSEPH GLAUSER SAMUEL HALL EVANS Beta Theta Pi STEVEN QUINEY LEE BARRY LYNN HARRELL Chi Phi JOHN HUDSON MATLOCK JOHNNY F. HARRELL Delta Chi PAUL JOSEPH GIDDENS MALCOLM BOYD STREET Delta Kappa Epsilon PLATT WALDER DAVIS ELIOT P. TUCKER Delta Tau Delta GEORGE GATES FOWLER DAVID LYNN HEATH Delta Upsilon THOMAS WILLIAM RIMKUS WILLIAM CRAWFORD FARISH Kappa Alpha DAN DAVID MCMAHON MARTIN SCOTT STERLING Kappa Sigma DONALD DOUGLAS PATTESON EDWARD LARRY WELLS Lambda Chi Alpha ROBERT EDWIN DENHAM FRANCIS PATRICK HADLOCK Phi Delta Theta THOMAS FRANCIS HILL RALPH LAVON ARRELL Phv Gamma Delta ERNIE HARRIS COCKRELL KENNETH RICHARD MATTHEWS Phi Kappa Psi TERRY GENE COLLINS ROBERT DEXTER APPLING Phi Kappa Sigma ULON WILLIS RANKIN CHARLES ADKIN FINNELL Phi Kappa Tau PATRICK JAMES WILSON MICHAEL KEANEY SUTHERLIN Phi Kappa Theta EDGAR ROGERS JETER BARRY HOWARD MARGOLIS 4 . . Phi Sigma Delta HOWARD ROY MILSTEIN RICHARD E. GREEN Phi Sigma Kappa CAMERON EDWARD HENRY ARTHUR JOHN COERVER Pi Kappa Alpha STAN Louis MCLELLAND GEORGE WESLEY WORKS Sigma Alpha Epsilon JOE EDWARD LEA SHELLY ALAN WILLS Sigma Alpha Mu MICHAEL STEPHEN FOGEL ROBERT CALVIN FRANKS Sigma Chi CLYDE K. OLDHAM Ross MOORE LYNCH Sigmti Nu JOHN LEWIS ADAMS BRUCE WILLIAM SCHNITZER Sigma Phi Epsilon CHARLES MERRITT GIRARD RICHARD RAY DILLARD Sigma Pi WILLIAM FREDERICK DREW RICHARD ELLIOT GOLDBERG Tau Delta Phi DAVID RUBENSTEIN DONALD FOSTER NEBLET Tau Kappa Epsilon THOMAS SHELLEY DUVAL DONALD RAY WILLS. . . . Theta Xi , . .GEORGE PARKER WYNNE Page 328 DORMITORIES AND CO-OPERATIVES Edited by Connye Miller Page 329 ANDREWS ADVISORS Patricia Gail Burroughs Frances Anne Cleveland Marylea Cowan, Secretary Marilyn Sue Dean Ricka Ann Guitar Jeane Suzanne Hoffman STAFF Resident Counselor HALLYE B. BRIGGS Student Counselor KATHLEEN ELIZABETH EMMER Student Counselor RUTH LAVERNE DEBORD Mary Roselind Johnston, Chairman Judith Gayle Parker, Treasurer Maria Josefa Perez Sharon Rae Martha Elizabeth Vargas V Front Row: Guitar, Hoffman. Back Row: Cleveland, Perez, Dean, Parker, Johnston, Rae, Cowan. Front Row: Mary Louise Logan, Madeline Faith Weinatein, Sara Patricia Broylea, Nancy Kay Thomas, Susan Lee Holmaley, Glenda Lanell David. Second Row: Martha Helenc Canard, Kay Ann Moles, Hedwig Eben Carrard. Harolyn Lee Gottlieb, Gail Revere Leverette, Marybeth Kulp, Jann Evamary Sorrell, Meladie Gene Shannon, Pamela Roe. Helen Ann Wells. Third Row: Leant Marie Volcik, Jo Ann Brewer, Elizabeth Anna Johnson, Cynthia Marie Holden, Sherry James Nibblett, Jean Willette Lemming, Betty Ann Ewing, Marian Marie Musselman, Elaine Anne Grady, Carol Louise Peters, Sharon Marguerite Sagely, Ruth Laverne Debord. Fourth Rou: Hallye B. Briggs, Mary Roselind Johnston, Marilyn Lida Clover, Cheryl Jean Tesch, Patricia Anne Failor, Vernell Louise Pape, Mary Kathleen Walker, Diane Headrlck, Lynda Nell Lee, Patricia Mary Adamek, Diane Patenande, Patricia Ruth Craver, Barbara Allen, Judl Carol Littlelield, Kathleen Elizabeth Emmer. Fifth Rote: Louise Creer Carroll, Theo Lynne Burson, Elizabeth Akin, Sidney Jean Spinks, Linda Gail Dickerson, Louise Adelle Davis, Kathleen Beth Stephenson, Karen Marie Jackson, Joan Barbara Fenton, Ellen Christine Stohl. Sixth Rote: Betty Lucile Klingman, Judy Jane Rudd, Suzette C. Rothen, Sally Lou Roberts, Christine Elizabeth Mast, Jeanette Plttard, Anne Louise Marsh, Alice Beryl Carss, Judy Ann Mikeska. Page 330 BLANTON STAFF Resident Counselor DOROTHY PRYOR MARTIN Student Counselor WILDA LEE GENTRY Student Counselor PAULA MARIE PRIBYL Student Counselor B. RuBETTE FALASEK Student Counselor PEGGY J. WINCKLER Many girls stayed up late into the night studying. ADVISORS April Beall, Chairman Joan Diane Bettin, Treasurer Cathy Lynn Culbertson Susanna Currie Judith Ann Downs Jean Ann Faulkner Judith Ann Gunn Terry Michele Klar Dale Louise Knotts Sandra Jane Koenig Carol Marie Reeb Judy Orin Segal Susan Kathleen Turpisch, V ice-Chairman Carol Kay Walls Sharon Gail Wheeley Betsy Ann Willbern Elizabeth Anne Williams Martha Ann Young, Secretary The price for getting dropped or pinned was being tossed into a cold shower. Page 331 CAROTHERS STAFF Director BURA W. VAN HOOVE Counselor RUTH CAROL CARMICHAEL Counselor ELSIE MONETTE FUGATE D Front Row: Smith, Marek, Griesecke, Putegnat, Greer, Allred, Parker, Fischer, Fortune. Back Row: Van Hoove, Jamison, Fugate, Klaus, Holley, Wattcrson, Baker, Schlalher, Carmichael, Askew, Todd. Tess Gabrielle Allred, Vice-President Benna Layne Askew Molly Baker Suzanne Van Fischer Beverly Joyce Fortune Jamie Lea Giesecke ADVISORS Jerry Lynn Greer Mary Louise Halley, Social Chairman Judith Anne Jamison Lois Ann Klaus Sandra Ann Marek Sandra Ann Pace, Secretary-Treasurer Joan Parker Marcia Jane Putegnat, President Gloria Jean Schlather Trudie Kaye Smith Sharon Kaye Todd Suzanne Watterson I Front Row: Suaan Green, Sndr Dlc Pence, Janet M. Well , Sandra Kay Oliver, Jean Louiie Wong, Claudia Ann Itiihardson. Sallye Frances Whilener, Sharon Gwen Ramiey. Carolyn Jean Sopchak, Mazine Sylvia Moreland, Antoinette Elizabeth Bonelli. Second Rav: Mary Margaret Moore, Judith Gail Weber, Annette Bipper, Marilyn Anlece White, Sharon Kay Hall, Heather Rae Mainline, Robbye Ann Johnson, Suzanne Paden, Evelyn Janet Feuge, Virginia Ann Cannaway, Genera Lee Schleimer, Barbara Louiie Mayea, Linda Elaine Reagan. Third Row: Johnnie Mae Bernhard, Jane Celeatia Patrick, Beverly Diane Jcschke, Jeaaici Gayle Connell, Heidi Marie Cerehsheimer, Peggy Mae Pollard, Jacqueline Ann Wooley, Carol Marie Coata, Mary Evangeline Rentz, Susan Elise Bender, Ton! Marilyn Moore, Judy Carol Goodman. Page 332 DEXTER HOUSE STAFF Director MRS. REX BODOIN Supervising Counselor KATE HENDERSON Resident Counselor BLANCHE RUTLEDGE Student Counselor LINDA ANN FRIEDA Student Counselor DARRELLENE E. HAVINS Student Counselor JUDY HELEN WENTZ ! ' Student enjoy leisure time in conversational areas. ADVISORS Leyla Bilgutay Kathryn Pearl Carlson Tanna Sue Doing Deanne Glier Geraldine Frances Hillebrenner Frances Conni Muller Dianne Nass Sally June Prigg Linda Susan Radford Martha Ann Robert Lela Jane Smith Sunday dates ended early in order to do that last minute studying. Page 333 STAFF Resident Supervisor DOROTHY GEBAUER Assistant Supervisor MILDRED HENDRIX Student Assistant TYRA ANN Cox Student Assistant JANET LOUISE Di RIENZO Student Assistant ANITA KATHERINE JONES Student Assistant JOYCE ANNETTE JONES Student Assistant NELLIE JANE OSTLER Student Assistant . . PATTY ANNE STEPHENS ADVISORS HEFLIN MANOR Linda Lee Axtell Ginger C. Bernard Betty Jean Campbell Susan Jane Duffy Margo Lynn Ehni Myrle Kay Hughes Kathy Arlene Karp Margaret Lucile Koy Lillie Lay Lucia Carolyn Painter Karen Marie Shedd Sandra Gail Stoddard Front Row: Shedd, Ehni, Campbell, Axtell. Second Row: Hughes, Stephens, Di Rienzo, J. Jones, A. Jones, Stoddard. Third Row: Ostler, Hendrix, Gebauer, Co . Lay. Twice week profetsort led foreign language discussions. Page 334 STAFF Director IRENE T. POWERS Student Counselor HELEN LOUISE DAVID Student Counselor . . BARBARA ANN NOWLIN KIRBY HALL ADVISORS J. !, Janie Carol Barker Teresa Elizabeth Jackson Dora Celene Lanham Sally June Paden LaVal M. See Sara Nell See Joan Marlene Sundbeck Jo Lynn Tittle Laura I ea Turbiville Lida Louise Wells Sally Mayvi Whiteside Mary Alice Zrubek Front Row: Phyllis June Beckham, Carol Jeane Hill, Barbara Louise Grant, Katliy Lynn Parllow, Heather Anne Crow, Marilyn Lillian See, Peggy Lynn Dyer, Sharyn Jeanne Delorio, Lillian Harlene Scott, Felicia Yvonne Durley, Sally June Paden, Judith Ann Justice, Joanna Earle McClendon, Kay Lyn King, Linda Leona Hart. Second Row: Sandra Kay Logan, Gloria Jeanette McWilliams, Sara Nell See, Johnnie Belle McDonald, Connie Lynn Taylor, Nancy Jeanette Dobaon, La Val M. See, Caroline Sue Zarnicki, Celia Green, Barbara Ann Boyd, Harriet Teresa Russell, Kay Margaret Fooshee, Dorothea Maudann Russell, Janice Dee Murray, Carol Jane Me Adams, Susan Treadway, Janice Kay Smyth. Third Row: Barbara Ann Nowlin, Marilyn Kay Ebeling, Pamela Joyce Miller, Joan Marlene Sundbrfck, Judith Lynn Beaver, Lana Kay Shurtleff Cornelia Elizabeth Reaves, Laura Lea Turbiville, Barbara Kathleen Higgins, Sharon Ruth Kilgore, Mary Kathalena Kennedy, Antonia Russell Sisson, Gloria Jean Kelley Linda Gail Leonard, Susan June Carpenter, Marsha Marie Meredith, Penny Ann Stillwell. Fourth Row: Carol Lea Weise, Marguerite Elizabeth Philpott, Helen Louise David Dora Celene Lanham, Jacquelyn Sue Cox, Linda Elaine Ramey, Carolyn Maurine Ellis, Mary Ann Moore, Bonnie Marie Brenner, Wanda Lee Prater, Cheryl Ann Bun- Elaine Rae Wilkerson, Cheryl D. Stewart, Teresa Elizabeth Jackson, Janie Laurel Johnson, Sally Mayvi Whiteside, Mariam Exia Garner, Barbara Anne Hudson, JoLynn Tittle Judy Roberta Thomas. Page 335 STAFF Resident Counselor AMELIA HOLDAR Resident Counselor ZADIE LuMPKIN KINSOLVING NORTH Betty Arnold Patricia Sue Balkman Nanci Ellen B ransford Sue Braselton Wilda Lou Campbell Carol Sue Case Carolyn Ann Cates Nancy June Gara ADVISORS Dana Gay Lindsay Janice Elizabeth Mottet Donna Jeanne Pool Betty Quantock Clair Lyn Reeder Carol Joan Richardson Helen Patricia Rose Elisa Delis Salinas Cheryl Faye Schorp Nora Ann Sinclair Kathy E. Stack Rebecca Tyner Lana Mae Watkins Martha Del Webb Donna Gail Weintraub Marsha R. Wilson Sandra Leigh Young Front Rote: Weintraub, Campbell, Salinas, Cates, Slack, Watkint, Tyner, Quantock, Pool. Second Row: Lindsay, Mottet, Webb, Richardson. Braielton, Schorp, Sinclair, Younf, Arnold, Rote, Bransford. Page 336 STUDENT ASSISTANTS Susan M. Ahlers Nell Beckham Ann Helen Becklund Joan Frances Burton Elizabeth Ann Ewing Edwina R. Ferguson Carolyn Kay Lindekugel Jo Sharon Roberts Nancy Olivia Wilhelmi Sidewalk surfing was the new sport on the Kinsolving Sun Deck. Students were often found knitting in the counselor ' s room. After a busy schedule, all the girls eventually ended up in this position. Page 337 KINSOLVING SOUTHEAST STAFF Resident Director MARGARET LOUISE BROWN Resident Counselor SUSAN M. AHLERS Resident Counselor CHERYL FRANCES BETTS Resident Counselor MARY ELIZABETH COATS Resident Counselor ELIZABETH ANNE KAY Resident Counselor . GLENDA GAY PHAIR ADVISORS Charlotte Bell Beverly Bloodworth Janis Mae Hughen Martha Gene Lederer Claudia Ann McCarty Patricia Evelyn Nelson Bobbie Lou Petty Tommie Lee Petty Sydney Philen Sandra Lee Reagan, Chairman Audrey Paige Riemer Martha Small Merry Nell Van Fleet Eva Jeanne Wehmeyer Andrea Lee Weir Margaret Wright I) Front Row: Elizabeth Anne Kay, Beverly Bloodworth, Merry Nell Van Fleet, Sydney Philen, Margaret Wright, Martha Small, Clenda Cay Phair, Charlotte Traylor Bell, Claudia Ann McCarty, Martha Gene Lederer, Janis Mae Hughen, Audrey Paige Riemer, Cheryl Frances Belts. Second Row: Joyce Darling, Nancy Lynn Frigclson, Libby Harriet Holland, Harriet Lee Cravet, Brenda Nell Blumrich, Lynnell Jackson, Linda Sue Settle, Jane Ellerltam, Diane Griffith Kiegner, Sylvia Jean Pearre, Rae Wagner, Carol Ann Lehman. Jamie Ann MacNaughton, Lynne Bryan Graeser, Jill Ann Traughber, Carroll Julia Olson, Susan Elizabeth Eppi. Third Roto: Atha Maxine Tubbs, Linda Elizabeth Wisner, Carol Lynn Legett, Brenda Sue Carney, Nornta Sue Stanley, Sharon Irene Allison, Margaret Louiie Brown, Sandra Rae Vasqucz, Jane Colette Klaeveman, Carol Yvonne Schupbach, Mary Ellen White, Susan Camille Sacgent, Nelda Jean Schwartz, Lucy Ann Leaton, Mary Francey Hcinzcn. Fourth Row: Nancy Lynne Jostea, Marilee Herren, Sandra Marie Hall, Judity Ann Ball, Carol Sue Brown, Deborah Joyce Brigham, Suzanne Elaine Davis, Nancy Joanne Beavers, Cheryl Anne Zimmerman, Susan Jane Melton, Laural Ann Beard, Julie Ann Cohen, Dianne Sharon Quillen, Sharon Enid Zion, Phyllis Jo Horn, Linda Gail Fitch, Shirley Jean McCollum. Judith Ann Dickson, Roieanne Carr. Page 338 KINSOLVING SOUTHWEST STAFF Resident Counselor HELEN COFFIN Student Counselor ALEXIS JOAN BROWN Student Counselor JULIA ANN BROWN Student Counselor LESLIE ANN OAKLEY Student Counselor . . SHIRLEY MILLS ADVISORS Susie Carol Chaffe Sally Sue Davis Sherri Lynn Fort Claire Louise Goodnight Linda Lou Haston Jean Kelly Mary Claire Koeppe Nancy Louise Kowert Glenda Lazarus Justina Jane Leonard Meredith Mitchell Susan Alice Park Carol Annette Salmon Lynn Waite Stoltenberg Suzanne Wilkins Williams Sheila Wilson Front Row: Kay Vera Holder, Joan Emily O ' Donnell, Victoria Hoff, Elizabeth Ann Jones, Shirley Ann Stubbs, Stuart Taylor, Kate Flack, Barbara Driscoll, Jane Blake Ford. Bella Louise Weber, Sherry Spradley, Mary Lea Lamkin, Anne Sewell, Mary Koeppe, Marolyn Wittman, Julie Ann Van Aken, Cheryl Lynn Mayer, Diane Oliver, Claire Goodnight, Jean Kelly, Sydney Grunder, Elisabeth Kay Ogas. Second Row: Michele Carol Sharney, Barbara Marion Horton, Valerie Ann Winder, Joyce Leslie Johnson, Patricia Ann Youngblood, Patricia Dale Kreditor, Kay Kilbourn Byron, Carol Jay Russ, Shirley Jean McCollum, Meredith Mitchell, Diane Louise Alexander, Cynthia Pat Swartz, Sherri Lynn Fort, Joan Lynn linger, Mary Rebecca Sumners, Leslie Ann Oakley, Shirley Rose Mills, Julia Ann Brown, Patty Louise Abney, D ' Ann Elizabeth Hury. Third Row: Barbara Nell Wagner, Teri lanne Bennett, Lounea Anderson, Dallas Patt Ward, Mary Gay Pusard, Linda Lea Ward, Vicki Lynn McCallister, Debby Dianne Duree, Michelle Wyatt Moore, Annie Laurie Bull, Kay Elizabeth Canter, Carrie Susan Burks, Dorothea Jean Entzminger, Nancy Rae Roosth, Ricki Annette Bernstein, Lynn Susan Wagner, Joanne Elizabeth Pahnke, Helen Coffin. Fourth Row: Sally Katherine Broyles, Eleanor Corless Beasley, Joan Elaine Frensky, Janice Ruth Jordan, Barbara Elaine Kay, Diane Marie Goldsmith, Frances Sue Novick, Joan Bcrgstrom, Janice Ann Routt, Diane Rybiski, Judy Louise Mooris, Susie Carol Chaffe, Justina Jane Leonard, Susan Jane Randall, Lyda Lynn Lattimore, Suannc Kemp, Sondra Suzanne Adams, Nancy Katherine Gent, Dorothy Nelson, Jane Biedenharn Hargis. Fifth Row: Anne Elizabeth Murray, Virginia Taylor, Maddine Jayne Tocker, Alice Kay Hartong, Claire Ann Miller, Mary Susan Janecek, Mary Susan Henry, Linda Kay Roberts, Mary Ellen Newberry, Nancy Ann Nasits, Janene Sharon Heller, Janis Irma Mazur, Sally Jeannette Pierce, Sally Sue Davis, Glenda Jo Lazarus, Sally Brady, Fay Allison, Martha Ann Ramsey, Paula Kathryn Hooper. Page 339 i LITTLEFIELD DORMITORY STAFF Resident Counselor NONA B. SMALL Student Counselor ROSEMARY GORMAN Student Counselor LINDA SHAWN SIMPSON Student Counselor . . ADRIENNE LYNN COURTEAU ADVISORS Peggy Lynn Ames Bonnie Sue Casey Martha Lou Cunningham Patricia Burkes Dougherty Nancy Jean Douglas Johanna Gebhart Janie Sue Glimp Judy Kay Jackson Ardis Lynn Johnson Jill Ann Kerr Elizabeth Ann Littlejohn Georgia Gail McNary Mary Ann Mellenbruch Judith Ann Michna Mary G. Moore Vaughn Deleith Obenhaus Joan Edmond Stallings Ann Weekley Front Row: Jackson, Courteau, Simpson, Dougherty, Johnson. Second Row: Glimp, Cunningham, Douglas Stallings, McNary. Third Rote: Casey, Obenhaus, Weekley, Kerr, Gebhart, Moore, Littlejohn, Mellenbruch. Front Row: Ruth Dianne Davis, Sylvia Ann Prince, Dixie Lee Walker, Dolly Jeannr Hensley, LaVerne Cherie Docbberl, Margaret Ellen Thurman, Judith Karen Barefield, Jan Diane Wechsler, Edith Ann Sterett, Robyn Gail Willbern, Randee Jane Lindsay, Margaret Sue Keir, Betty Burrows, Linda Lee Gather, Kay Ellen Cude. Second Rote: Sally Kalherine Tampke, Jo Ella Whittington. Stephanie Ann Sliborik, Anne Hal Warren, Margaret Cheryl Day, Mary Elizabeth Boorti, Sherry Kay Hufford, Martha Drew Matlock, Martha Ann Clickman, Nora Diane Clanton, Kathcrine Campbell Naschke, Charlcne Philip, Susan Joan Hyde, Marilyn Kay Teal, Dianne Munden. Third Row; Betty Joyce Pechacek, Joan Shanks, Carol Jean Rudkin, Patricia Fay Beadle, Peggy Lynn Clements, Mary Katherinc Engle, Mary Carmen Esles, Margaret Shane O ' Bryan. Cynthia Anne Davis, Mary Elizabeth Doering, Hannah Hoke, Gwen Richardson, Johanna Franke, Donna Ann Grissom, Alline Bowden, Mrs. Nona Small. Fourth Row: Holiday Hull, Cynthia Clark, Judy Louise Wilson, Margaret Brown Cleland, Ann Elizabeth Mueller, Mildred Gay Dodson, Karen Gay Conquist. Virginia I -.1 Cloningcr, Linda Sue Brooke, MelJnda Ann Waggencr, Kay Marshall, Dianne Dosler, Madrlyn Jeanne Hall, Martha Dianne Toles, Harriet Anne Peppel. Front Row: Lois Mary Broussard, Dianna Jeanne Weirus, Kalhryn Lucille Parish, Dorothy Jean Glass, Barbara Ann Mcngrr, Sue Ellen Petertoa. Second Rota: Sheila Marie Quinn, Karen Jaoe Elche, Karen Elizabeth Johnston, Suzanne List, Susan Linda Todd, Martha Carole Campbell, Kiki Alex Skandalis, Lucinda Mary Kantz, Elizabeth Jean Lundquisl, Janet Susan Fields, Judith Anaitasia Furstenbere. Third Row: Janet Lynn Jelen, Lynne Frances Peterson, Sharon Kay Weldon, Hazel Aon Styron, Cecillia Roxanna Trent, Linda Helene Miller, Caryl Ann Wise, Susan Timm, Sharon Rose Middleton, Kay Lynn Walters, Jane Avian Haun. Fourth Row: Sharon Lee Dean, June Carol Parker, Patricia Kay Franklin, Gerry Lynn -McKay, Marion Hurt, Judy Kay Powers, Sandra Jean Parker. Janet Sue White, Jane Louise Tillinghast, Linda Sue Shirey, Sharon Elizabeth Calhoun, Kalhryn Louise Vaccaro, Julie Ann Goode. Fifth Row: Eileen Fay Blume, Martha Kay Blume, Patricia Kay Bowers, Janet Carol Whitrnire, Kathryo Frerichs, Theresa Ann Bearnan, Kandace Ann Penner, Sarah Ann Robertson, Jams Ann Ratzlow, Mary Anne Gooding, Marion Jean Turner, Sara Clarke Petit, Ann Claire Gotham, Beverly Murdaugh Smith, Pamela Gray Adkins. Page 340 STAFF Director MRS. REX BODOIN Supervising Counselor SALLY GAINER Resident Counselor ALICE BRIGGS Student Counselor PATRICIA DIANE TAYLOR Student Counselor . . MAXiNE WEYNANE ADVISORS Loy S. Dwyer Pamek Jean Fensch Delia Lou Fitzhugh, Co-Chairman Jon Clair Janssen, Co-Chairman Andrea Marva Kaufman Mildred Anne Knape Candace Elizabeth Knopf Christina Lawson Jessie Lee Mandel Kathryn Joan Mooney Kathleen Lillian Weisse A typical room at Madison House Girls may enjoy a quick snack or a leisurely luncheon. MADISON HOUSE Page 341 MAUNA KAI Resident Counselor Student Counselor Studen t Counselor STAFF HANNA MARIE O ' BmAN BETSY MARTHA SCHWARZ LINDA KAY WALL Front Row: Aaron Michael Richardson, David Eugene Schoonover. Stcond Row: Mac Hrten Hartunrve, Judy Ann Williams, Patricia Kay Vail, Elizabeth Daniel Well, Robin Nancy Miller, Hanna Marie O ' Brian, Barbara Alien Robinson, Ada Fay Cook, Sharon Ann Smith, Michele Goldman. Third Row: Anne Louise Melienger, Carleen Elizabeth Linke, Eleanor Ann Kennon, Jill Chapman Thomai, Jeanne Charlotte Tontz, Mary Kalhryn Taylor. Mary Meaders Brown, Mary Carolyn Heddini, Jane Eliiabeth Jarrell, Suian Lee Voai, Betsy Martha Schwarz. Fourth Row: Sandra Kay Foiter, Susan Cheryl Willetl, Diane Elizabeth Roethemeyer, Bonnie Ann Bohnn, Jan Kathryn Brubaker, Lucy Gail Holmes. Susan Sedcll Carpenter, Penny Lee Panos. Page 342 MAYFAIR HOUSE ADVISORS Donna Jean Adelman Roxanne Boyd Elizabeth Hyer Burgin Diane Elizabeth Donelson Sally Green Elizabeth Head Margaret Ann Kelley Carol Lewis Lynne Maureen Lowdon Taddy JoEllen McAllister Carla Jeanne McNaraara Judith Nan Oxford Andrea Leslie Thornton Canda Beth Turner Diane Weber Diane Nell Williams STAFF Manager FAY HUSTON Resident Counselor JESSICA WELLS Resident Counselor IDA FINNEY Student Counselor DENNY NEWBERRY Student Counselor SUSAN JANE McKAY Student Counselor DIANA LEE SESSIONS Student Counselor . BEA ANN SMITH Several of the girls prepared lo go home for i weekend. Getting together titcly break. Page 343 MEN ' S RESIDENCE HALLS Left to Right: Rogers, Cunningham, Collins, Uealhe, Hill, Braeutigam. Front Row: Smith, Kalian!, Phillips, Collier. Back Row: Conn, Ritter, Cladson, Womack, Waggoner, Ellis, Alberthal. Larry Ewing Phillips, Supervisor Jerry Lee Ballard, Assistant Supervisor STAFF Manager HELEN N. DEATHE Assistant Manager JAMES O. BRAEUTIGAM Senior Secretary ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM Secretary JOAN COLLINS Clerical Assistant LOUISE A. HILL Building Crew Foreman WILLIAM ARLIE ROGERS COUNSELORS BRACKENRIDGE HALL Left to Right: Wilcox, Chenault, Handley, Carter, Williams. Ned Kinkier HandJy, Supervisor COUNSELORS Douglas Duane Behrendt, Fall Christopher Todd Bowers, Spring Stephen Leroy Carter William B. Chenault, III, Fall Donald Pierce Wilcoz T. Samuel Williams, Spring Lester Marvin Alberthal, Jr., Spring George Lowell Clayton, Jr., Spring Edwin Darryl Collier, Spring John Randall Conn Rodger Thomas Ellis James Franklin Gladson, Jr. Carroll Forrest Henderson, Fall Stanley F. HuDfeld. Ill John Raymond Leatherhury, Jr., Fall James Arthur Mabry, Fall John Hill Nail, Jr., Spring Jerry Lynn Ritter Robert Phillip Smith, Spring Daniel Felton Waggoner Ronald Edward Womack ROBERTS HALL Left to Right: Anderson, Quinton, Clayton, Bond, Valfre, Nail. Ronald Fred Bond, Supervisor COUNSELORS Ralph Hulen Anderson George Lowell Clayton, Jr., Fall Michael John Elliott, Jr., Spring ADVISORS Robert Charles Green Michael Robert McCaffrey, Fall Paul Marquis Quinton, Fall John Hill Nail, Fall Paul Marquis Quinton, Spring Benjamin Valfre SIMKINS HALL Front Row: Moore, J. Cray, Springs. Back Row: Robert , Spark , Spence. John Frederick Gray, Supervisor COUNSELORS PRATHER HALL Front Row: Elliott, Cray, Buffo, Row: Sechler, Whit- tington, Bowers, Arnold, Napoll, Lamson. Dan B. Williams, Supervisor, Fall Henry Alton Gray, Supervisor, Spring COUNSELORS William B. Chenault, III, Spring Louia Edwin Dieti, Fell Carlos William Moore Joel Vaughao Roberta Harold S. Spark,. Ill James William Spence Darryl Michael Sprin(s Charlea William Arnold, Spring John Allen Buffo Michael John Elliott, Jr. Leon Joseph Napoli, Jr., Fall D. Stanton Sechler Page 344 SAN JACINTO DORMITORIES From Row: Diets, Patton, McCaffrey. Back Rota: Clarke, Matula, Burner. DORM A 4 D Henry Alton Cray, Supervisor. Fall Louis Edwin Dieu, Superwtor, Sprint Joe Kelley Qarke. Counselor William Lawrence Muckelroy. Counselor, Fall DORM F, G, H T. Michael Patton, Supervisor COUNSELORS Charlea Earl Burney Anton James Malula Louia Edwin Dieb. Michael Robert McCaffrey, FtU Sprvt, Francis Donald Green, Fmll NEWMAN HALL STAFF Director SISTER FRANCIS, 0. P. Housemother ZuLA JACOBS Housekeeper KATE HOFFMAN ADVISORS Paula CoUetti Teresita Gonzalez Catherine Regina Gordon Mary Ann Jerkofsky Elizabeth Jean Kubiak Ellen T. Langfeld Patricia Ann Lednicky Cynthia Adele Overbeck Mary Frances Elizabeth Painter Lois Rita Pekar Patricia Ann Sablatura Girls decorated the dormitory for the Christmas holidays. Front Rou: Andrea Jeanne Klekar, Elizabeth Ann Quass, Mary Louise Kapchinskie, Carol Ann Bitchie, Pamela Ann Long, Carol June Wilkins, Mary Ann Dorotik. Second Row: Jean Marie Christian, Ellen T. Langfeld, Nancy Marie Chude, Mary Lorene Dennis, Joanie Marie Lnckett, Marian Lea Ford, Sondra Elizabeth White, Marianne Frances Raia, Elizabeth Claire Burda, Connie Ray Wright, Barbara June Welp. Third Row: Elizabeth Ella McKee, Victoria Elizabeth Foe, Cynthia Adele Overbeck, Cathy Mary Paikowski, Stephanie Hillaker, Cynthia Ann Benecke, Katbryn Mary Bartosh, Virginia Ann Vajdos, Elizabeth Anthony Hlavaty, Elizabeth Jean Kubiak, Susan Theresa Finger. Fourth Rou: Mary Ann Jerkofsky, Catherine Regina Cordon, Lois Rita Pekar, Marie Louise Muecke, Teresita Gonzalez, Judy Babinski, Diana Gonzalez. Patricia Ann Sablatura, Lee Hudson, Jan Glithero, Linda Gail Hargraves. Page 345 ADVISORS Patricia Ann Atkins Betty Diane Baugh Nancy Bernard Barbara Jill Berry Maida Mildred Corder Sandra Kay Crow Shirley Ann DeSoto Nancy Jane Downing Tina Durrett Josephine Michelle Edge Judith Gail Elam Michele Lee Farrow Kathy Jean Ferguson Carole Dee Foster, Vice-President Mary Frances Hill Sherrill Anne Hudgens, President Joyce Ann Ingram Carolyn Gail Marlatt Jo Carol McGee Cherie Ann Miller Lynda Kay Morton Susan Josephine Orton Susan Mae Perkins Pamela Sue Roden Patti Lou Rogers Gayle Ann Scott, Secretary Ann Eloise Skarda Emily Jean Stanford Velma Rae Thurman Barbara Ruth Warne Janet Kaye Welsh Virginia Gail Williams Joyce Marie Wingate Mary Ann Wycoff, Parliamentarian SCOTTISH RITE ITC DORMITORY STAFF Director MRS. F. C. McCoNNELL Head Resident Counselor MARY LEUTWYLER Food Production and Service Manager DORIS PATTESON Office Manager ELIZABETH WOOD Girls took time out for card playing. Areat were reserved for girls and boy to study together in the dormitories. Page 346 TE I TOWER MANOR STAFF Director MARGARET PENDERGRASS Student Assistant DOROTHY DALE GIBBONS Student Counselor NANCY Lou NEWKIRK Student Counselor NELVA LEE KRUEGER HOUSE COUNCIL Gail Rose Depine Patricia Elizabeth Lillie Nancy Lou Newkirk, Staff Representative Margaret Ann Rushing, Decorations Chairman Patricia Ann Spero Amanda Felicita Struben Susan Swaney Wende Lynn Williams, Chairman Front Row: Martha Aim Spoor, Terry Lynn Miller, Jane Sharon Burns, Cheryl June Chambers, Benay P. Clark, Mary Alice Baingo, Gloria Jan Davis. Second Row: Carrol Eileen Thompson, Florence Ung, Jean Marie Stavinoha, Elizabeth Anne Koegl, Rebecca Josephine Wittenburg, Jo Nell Hartsell, Patricia Ann Spero, Diane Susan Hurwitz, Marsha Ginsberg, Nancy Lou Newkirk, Carole Anne Chandler, Diane Lucile Griffis, Carole-Ellen Christine Eger. Third Row: Annola Margaret Ferguson, Eleanor Joyce Matz, Bettye Kirksey Scott, Nelva Lee Krueger, Terrell Fontaine Orrender, Paula JoAnne Bredimus, Margaret Ann Rushing, Deanna Louise Foster, Anna Marie Hibberd, Duke Ellen Taylor, Wende Lynn Williams, Janet Bowman, Julie Kirklin. Fourth Row: Dorothy Dale Gibbons, Mary Jane Springer, Sandra Lee Shugart, Georgeanne Reinert, Dianne Dillon, Paula Scolt Richter, Carla Dee Graham, Lana Charlene Alzner, Nancy Jo Bevill, Brenda Sue Benton, Jan Ellis, Amanda Felicita Struben, Iva Ben Parr, Sara Robbie Ivins. Page 347 INTER-CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL OFFICERS President JOHN MALCOLM McRAE, Royal V ice-President PATRICIA DELL NANCE, Felecia Secretary REBECCA ORTIZ, Felecia Treasurer JAMES ALLEN JOHNSTON, Stag Faculty Sponsor MARGARET BERRY Faculty Sponsor THOMAS V. JENKINS Front Ron: McRie. Nince, Ortii, Johnston. Second Row: Becker. Stiff. Jjhnion, Miring, McCoy, Diden, Horbick, Ciffin. Third Raw: Blankcnship, Jurecki, Vaiquci, Lloyd, Diy, Ciner, Powell, Meyer. Fourth Rom: Nipier, Rohde, Clrcii, Buquol, Hirper, Gilmore, Evini. Witton. Filth Row: Jenkins, Brrry, Ci.l.iingi, Kulcluk, Mirlonik. MEMBERS ALMETRIS Darlene DeNett Harper Shirley Ann Williams, Fall Jackie Maxine Kimbrough, Spring CAMPUS GUILD Thomas Oswell Brightman Earl Cleveland Gaertner, Jr., Fall Alan Sharpley Owen, Spring CENTURY Peggy Marie Burnett, Fall Gloanna Martonak, Fall Marsha Currier, Spring Donna Sue Davenport, Spring ED PRICE David Wayne Rhodes Mike Eugene Buquoi, Fall Paul Dean Jurecka, Spring FELECIA. Margaret Elizabeth Diden Audrey Elayne Holm, Fall Marsha Lynn Phillips, Spring HALSTEAD Sylvia Louise Beckey PEARCE Marsha Kaye Lloyd, Fall Rita Eileen Rienstra Marilyn Ann Perry, Spring Adela Antonia Vasquez, Fall POWELL Irma Lourdes Garcia, Fall Beth Ellen McEnery, Fall Rosalina Benevides, Spring Mary Ann Hammond, Spring RAMSHORN Douglas Alan Johnson, Fall Glenn Bartlett, III, Fall Richard Hall White, Fall William Andrew Johnson, Spring William Gary Miears, Spring ROYAL Larry Earl Meyer Mike Earl William Powell SHANGRI-LA Phyllis Lee Maring, Fall Barbara Gail Clifton, Spring Martha Don Hagan STAG Robert Erwin Giddings John Martin Gilmore, Jr. THEADORNE Gloria Jean Hornick Barbara Nell Jackson Linda Carol Giffin, Fall THELEME Gary Richard O ' Connor David Warren McKenzie Homer Albert Napier, Jr. T.L.O.K. Marlow Rodney Preston, Fall John Terence Southwell, Spring Thomas Wheeler Watson VALHALLA Carol Ann Clayton Katie McCoy, FaU Martha Amy Sawyer, Spring VARSITY John Charles Blankenship Michael McFarland Johnson, Fall Robert Michael Jones, Spring WAKONDA Mary Louise Hampton, Spring Kathleen Elizabeth Henson, Spring Patricia Inex Patterson, Fall Sharon Stagg, Fall WHITEHALL Diana Carsey Claudia Jean Day, Fall Carol Sue Pankratz Page 348 WOMEN ' S CO-ORDINATOR ' S COUNCIL CO-ORDINATORS ' COUNCIL President MARY KATIIRYN KULCHAK Faculty Sponsor MARGARET BERRY REPRESENTATIVES Carolyn Theresa Jones, Almetris Terri Ann Spearman, Century House Annell Costlow, Felecia Patricia duMenil Hanney, Pearce Mary Kathryn Kulchak, Halstead Mary Ann Seidensticker, Powell House Sharon Duecker, Shangri-La Nancy Sue Galloway, Theadorne Gloria Jean Overstreet, Valhalla Winona Frances Harmon, Wakonda Carol Lynn Doss, Whitehall Front Row: Jones, Durcker, Galloway, Hanney, Seidenaticker, Martha Margaret Mark . Second Row: Berry, Don, Kulchak, Spearman, Ovenlreet, Harmon, Coitlow. MEN ' S CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL MEN ' S CO-OPERATIVE COUNCIL President NOEL DEE EVANS Faculty Sponsor THOMAS V. JENKINS Representatives Presidents JOSEPH DANIEL KENNEDY Campus Guild FRANK SHROEOER STAFFORD PAUL DEAN JURECKA Ed Price Hall RICHARD WELDON LAWSON DOUGLAS ALAN JOHNSON Ramshorn CLARENCE WILLIAM DITTMAN WALTER ROGERS SMITH Royal RONALD GENE MUELLER HENRY Louis GOMEZ Stag LESTER CARROLL JOHNSON DAVID WARREN McKENZiE Theleme GUY RICHARD O ' CONNOR HENRY RALPH KLA WITTER T.L.O.K BERNARD Louis TUPA MICHAEL MCFARLAND JOHNSON Varsity J. STANLEY FUHRMANN Front Row: Evana, Fuhrmann, Mueller, Smith, O ' Connor, Klawitter. Tupa, Gomez. Second Row: Dlttman, D. Johnion, M. John on, Stafford, Kennedy, Jurecka, Lawson, L. Johnaon. CAMPUS GUILD President House Vice-President . . Kitchen Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter-Historian OFFICERS FRANK SCHROEDER STAFFORD DENNIS ALAN HUMPHRIS DAVID LEE CHAPMAN JOSEPH DANIEL KENNEDY EDWARD JOHN HOLM WILLIAM EARL HALSTEAD, JR. William James Albert Donald Edward Barton Johnny Mack Bates Park Lyle Beeler John Freeman Blanton Carl F. Boehm, Jr. Thomas Oswell Brightman Donald Allen Carder Alfred David Carpenter Henry Hao Ling Chang David Lee Chapman Bertrand Edward Christian Joe Max Cohoon Terry Michael Conlan Edwin Ross Conyers William James Craig, Jr. Terrill Alan DeFraties Nicasio Dimas, Jr. Paul Madison Douglass Rufus Luther Fance Earl Cleveland Gaertner, Jr. Oliver Ridad Garcia Steven Lee Gibson Edward Augustus Gildemeister Sammy Michael Gilmore Anthony Joseph Gonzalez Richard Arthur Gummer MEMBERS Kenneth Wayne Guyden Philip M. Guzman James VanDyke Haldy William Earl Halstead, Jr. Gary James Harloff Alvario Hernandez Edward John Holm Nick Adam Holyschuh John Thomas Horn Dennis Alan Humphris Hiroshi Jyo Ronald Lee Kendrick Joseph Daniel Kennedy Robert David Legg John Michael McKinzie Randall Albert Martin Carlos Martinez Paul Anthony Middleton Raymond Butch Mislock Fariborz Gazvin Mojaver Josiah George Newell John Wylie Nichols Alan Sharpley Owen Robert Sharpley Owen Alexander Page Martin Palacious Norvin G. Parr, III Jorge Felipe Pena Albert Neal Pfeiffer Ronald Dexter Phillips Timothy Lou Pittman William Steven Poage Richard Harrison Ponton Tommy Doc Raye Robert W. Read, Jr. William Nicolaus Reimers James Allen Richardson Beijan Saidi Maury Dean Saunders Marshall Bruce Sideman Dennis Eugene Sorensen Frank Schroeder Stafford Shozo Sugiguchi Junzo Sugiguchi Larry Limuel Thomas John Francis Thornell, III Bosco Wang Carl George Weaver Thomas Odell Webb Victor William Wehman Walton J. Wenzel Rayfield Wilkins Don Jay Winningham frrmc Row: Kendrick, Kennedy,, Harloff, Nlcholi, Grimmer. Pena, Brightman, Mojaver. Second Row: Reimera, McKiniie. Winnigham, Caermer. Pittmin. Richrdon. Middleton, A. Oen, Phillipi, Read. Third Row: Page, Craij. Palacio, Beeler, Humphrii, Sorenaen, Poaje. Thornell, Chapman. Fourth Row: Carder, Wehman. S,,n,1,-r, Union, Column, Albert, Holm, Haldy. Martinez, Stafford. Page 350 ED PRICE OFFICERS Fall Spring RICHARD WELDON LAWSON PAUL DEAN JURECKA President PAUL DEAN JURECKA DAVID FRANK ROHDE Vice-President MIKE EUGENE BUQUOI RICHARD WELDON LAWSON Secretary RICHARD HENRY SCHROEDER . . RICHARD HENRY SCHROEDER Treasurer HARRY DOUGLAS BRAY ROBERT EVERETT FARR Dietitian GILBERT LOWELL BAKER GILBERT LOWELL BAKER Detail Manager EDWIN BOOTH PRICE EDWIN BOOTH PRICE Faculty Sponsor MEMBERS Gerardo A. Aguirre Gilbert Lowell Baker David Eugene Boenisch Harry Douglas Bray Mike Eugene Buquoi Daniel Carr David Carr Harlan Terry Cooper Rosimbo Enligio Croes James Amador Daross Robert Everett Farr Trinidad Nava Garcia Robert Frank Hale, Jr. Nicolas Rene Hernandez Paul Dean Jurecka Ronald Anthony Kosler Timothy Joseph Large Richard Weldon Lawson Robert Macgregor James Minturn William David Patek Henry Anthony Pavliska David Frank Rohde Toribio Julio Saucedo Robert Francis Schneider Charles Kenneth Schroeder Richard Henry Schroeder James Morgan Scott Wilton Martin Warnecke, Jr. James Lee Wilson Front Rota: Croes, Kosler, Cooper, R. Schroeder, Baker, Pavliska, Rohde. Second Row: Lawson, Farr, Hale, Daross, Bray, Saucedo, Large. Third Row: Hernandez Daniel Carr, David Carr, Garcia, Aguirre, Jurecka, Boenisch, Buquoi, C. Schroeder. Page 351 ROYAL OFFICERS President RONALD GENE MUELLER Vice-President JOHN EDGAR POLASEK Treasurer WILLIAM HENRY SHIELDS Food Buyer JOHN MALCOLM McRAE Secretary RANDY MATHEWS McNAir ferelf 1m fwdi Some John C. Abell, III William Scott Benson Hal Ray Corley Alva Allie Edwards Allan Alvin Gebert William Loane Gibson Alan Randolph Houser William Montague Huffington Glenn Edward Keenon Samuel Edward Knipling MEMBERS Dave Preston Koenig Joseph Reid Kuykendahl Jose Eduardo Limon Peter Joseph McCormick Randy Mathews McNatt John Malcolm McRae Larry Earl Meyer Ronald Gene Mueller Edwin Roy Murphy, Jr. Manuel R. Penalver Robert Joseph Penksa Kenneth Ward Pfeiffer John Edgar Polasek Michael Earl William Powell Jerry Dale Sanders William Henry Shields Walter Rogers Smith James Robert Withers Front Row: McN lt, BeotoD, McCormick, Sanders, Houaer. Second Row: Huff.ofton, Murphy, McRae, Wither . PoUsek. Third Row: Penksa, Corley, Penalver. Kniplinc, Gibaon. Fourth Row: Limon, Cebert, Koenitf. Meyer, Abelt. Fifth Row: Pfeiffer, Shield , Smith, Powell. Mueller. Page 352 THELEME OFFICERS President GARY RICHARD O ' CONNOR Secretary BENNETT L. ENGEL Treasurer WALTER STEARNS SIMONDS, JR. Food Buyer ROBERT C. RYLAND House Manager OWEN LEE ROBERTS Scholastic Chairman . . RICHARD MICHAEL ECKENROD Burns Glenn Allardyce Maurice D. Anderson Robert Eric DeWeese Richard Michael Eckenrod Bennett L. Engel James B. Engel Edward Oscar Fuller MEMBERS Norman Glenn Koepnick Joseph Henry Kubica David Warren McKenzie John Robert McNeil Homer Albert Napier, Jr. William Raiford Newsom Gary Richard O ' Connor Spencer Leroy O ' Connor William O ' Hara Owen Lee Roberts Robert C Ryland Walter Stearns Simonds, Jr. Frank L. Trevino Gary Lee Willman Front Row: Roberta, Napier, G. O ' Connor, B. Engel, Simonds, Eckenrod. Second Row: O ' Hara, Newsom, S. O ' Connor, Allardyce, McNeil Third Rota: DoWeese, Trerino, Andenon, Anderson, Kubica, Willman, Ryland. Page 353 T.L.O.K. OFFICERS Fait Spring BERNARD FRANK TUPA NOEL DEE EVANS President NOEL DEE EVANS MARLOW RODNEY PRESTON Secretary HENRY RALPH KLA WITTER HENRY RALPH KLAWITTER Treasurer KENNETH WALDIE WUNDERLICH JOHN MICHAEL MORTON Food Buyer LAWRENCE THOMAS WILSON LAWRENCE THOMAS WILSON Maintainer Rudolf Gallardo Cantu Michael Horace Casey Barton Null Cherry Jimmy Ray Coolidge Emilio Gerardo Dutari James William Elles Noel Dee Evans Roy Sylvester Gabryl, Jr. Robert Durward Inderman MEMBERS James Robert Kittles Henry Ralph Klawitter Thomas Gilbert Lay David Philip Mindrup Alvin LeRoy Mitchell John Michael Morton Anthony Edward Nicholls Edgar Oelkes Milton Carl Powell Marlow Rodney Preston Manuel George Rosales, Jr. Alan Yale Schaevitz John Terence Southwell Kenric Dalton Speed Bernard Frank Tupa Julio Sosa Vera Thomas Wheeler Watson Lawrence Thomas Wilson Kenneth Waldie Wunderlich front Row: Vera, Evans, Cantu, Rosales, Southwell, Dutari. Sn ' imil Row: Schaevitz, Mitilirll. Potvrll. Minilrup, Cabryl, Casey, Proton. Third Row: Klawilter, Tupa, Kittles. Watson, Inderman, Cooliilge, Nicholls. Fourth Row: WunnVrlich, Oclltcrs, Wilson, Lay, Morion. Elles, Cherry. Page 354 WOMEN ' S CO-OPERATIVES ALMETRIS a MOITOS x Inas Gay Ann Akins Andrea Merl Anglin Patricia Jo Applewhite Cheryl Lynn Blanton Evelyn Janet Cotton Betty Jean Devereaux Marva LaGean Douglas Sandra Juantina Freeman Nellie Fay Guyden Darlene DeNett Harper Beverly Claire Harris Jimmye Lee Hill Arlette Iras Jones Carolyn Theresa Jones, Co-Ordinator Jackie Maxine Kimbrough Joyce Evelyn Massingill Elizabeth Carolyn McAfee Joan Marie McAfee Greta Moore Sarah Beatrice Penn Betti Rachelle Poindexter Carolyn Arnell Ratcliff Patricia Ann Roland Barbara Yevonne Singleton Patsy Ruth Smith Mary Ann Vincent Maria Elizabeth Wagner Debbera Ann Williams Karen Verne Williams Shirley Ann Williams Willye Stene Witcher Front Rote: Smith, Anglin, Hill, Roland, Applewhite, Blanton, A. Jones. Buck Kou, Cotton, C. Jones, Guyden, Vincent, E. MeAfee. Singleton, Freeman, CENTURY HOUSE FELICIA Lee Ellen Beaston Anne Jane Brown Peggy Marie Burnett Frances Ann Buxkemper Theresa A. Comiskey Marsha Currier Donna Sue Davenport Ann Dunbar Frances Lynn Foley Melva Diana Gonzalez Helen Delia Hoofard Jacqueline Elaine Lege Elaine Patricia Marsch Gloanna Martonak Alicia Estela Mendoza Jacqueline Mye Murray Diane Raverne Nesloney Elissa Carol Polishuk Frances Jeanne Roberto Linda LaRue Robinson Diana Lou Schuy Sharon Lynne Smith Judith Elaine Stones Terri Ann Spearman, Co-Ordinator Dorinda Kay Woodward Virginia Ruth Baldwin Judith Elaine Ballard Joan Ann Brehm Carole Joyce Burke Carol Diane Cooke Carol Ann Cooper Annell Costlow, Co-Ordinator Margaret Elizabeth Diden Nancy Jean Flynn Linda Lou Foehner Betty Lois Goss Audrey Elayne Holm Patricia Ann Jurek Elizabeth Ann Lehman JaNelle Mattingly Miriam Mazow Sherrye A nn McBurnett Patricia Dell Nance Ruth Mayfach Rebecca Ortiz Rosemarie Ellen Penzerro Catherine Lee Reifel Andrea Mary Ryza Armanda Margaret Sittig Paula Ruth Srubar Front Row: Gonzalez, Martonak, Dunbar, Stones, Polishuk. Second Row: Beaston, Mendoza, Burnett, Davenport, Marsch, Legg, Buxkemper. Third Row: Foley, Schuy, Murray, Woodward, Brown, Robinson, Hoofard, Roberto, Spearman. Front Row: Goss, Holm, Diden, Nance, McBurnett. Second Row: Mattingly, Ryza. Cooper, Penzerro, Costlow, Jurck, Mazow, Baldwin, Nayfach. Third Row: Lehman, Ballard, Ortiz, Reifel, Srubar, Cooke, Froehner, Brehm, Burke, Sittig, Flynn. Page 355 Front Row: Schneider, Wester, Crawford, Poston, Crouch, Adler, Belisle. Second Row: Martin, Garcia, Bagley, Scheel, Meiners, Kulchak, Baint, Rylander, Beckey, Fregia. KATHERINE PEARCE :,: HALSTEAD HOUSE Lila Nell Adler LaVem Bains Nancy Louise Bagley Sylvia Louise Beckey Mavis Velta Belisle Patricia Annette Crawford Judy Ellen Crouch Patsy Kelly Fregia Orelia Ruth Garcia Mary Kathryn Kulchak, Co-Ordinator Peggy F. Lyda Nell Kathleen Martin Annette Margret Meiners Mary Lynn Poston Nikki Gay Rylander Mildred Hertha Scheel Donna Marie Schneider Janis Catherine Wester Patrioia Yvonne Bateman E. Louise Borchers Lou EMen Cargill Janalin Carol Clothiaux Clare Frances Culbertson Kathleen Elizabeth English Joanna Fleming Mary Lou Gerick Carol Kay Jones Marsha Kaye Lloyd Marilyn Ann Perry Rita Eileen Rienstra Donna Carolene Schmidt Linda Kay Smith Adela Antonia Vasquez Zonia Francisca Vasquez I Patricia duMenil Hanney, Co-Ordinator r, Front Row : A. Vasquez, Fleming, Gerick, Perry, Z. Vasquex. Second Row : Hanney, Borchers, Jones, Rienstra, Culbertson. Third Row: Bateman, English, Cargill, Lloyd, Clotiaux, Schmidt, Smith. En k Cn Mi li Hr Ck POWELL HOUSE Nancy Kate Adams Rosalinda Benevides Anne Louise Crane Evelyn Ann Dietert Mary Ellen Farrar Susan Carol Franklin Irma Lourdes Garcia C laudia Marie Gretser Carmen Celina Martinez Beth Ellen McEnery Patricia Lynn Rice Sandra Clayton Richard Mona Lomar Snow Inelda Trevino Mary Ruth Underbrink Mary Ann Seidensticker, Co-Ordinator Mary Ellen Windham SHANGRI-LA hi hi Donna Margaret Bierds Donnie Mae Brown Barbara Gail Clifton Sharon Duecker, Co-Ordinator Mary Louise Grimm Martha Don Hagan Mildred Nelwyn Hart Barbara Cecille Hobbs Mary Sue Johnson Cynthia Lee Lackey Sherron Ann Lehman Dana Nichol LeStourgeon Phyllis Lee Maring Martha Margaret Marks Carole Joy Pape Connie Gail Roitsch Ann L. Whiting MJT Aiir K Front Row: Dietert, Rice, Seidenaticker. Second Row: Snow, McEnery, Cretier, Adaml, Windham, Garcia. Third Row: Richard, Crane, Trevino, Franklin, Underbrink, Farrar, Benavidea. Front Row: Whiting, Grimm. LeSlourfeon. Pape. Second Row: Marki. Brown, Duecker, Lehman, Hobbi. Third Row: Clifton. Lackey, Roilaeh, Marin(, Blerda. Hart, Hagan. Page 356 Front Row: Hicks, Kellough, Miller, Jackson. Second Row: Browder, Galloway, Walther, Swendsen, Mabry, Burkwall. Third Row: Clyde, Giffin, Abbott, Itnle, Peterson, Kummer, Hornick. Front Row: Brad field, Furushiro, Overstreet, Law ton. Second Row: McCreless. Clyde, Silva, Brown, League. Third Row: Tavener, Camps, Sawyer, Clayton, McCoy. Hulsey, Kelin, Barlow. --: ' --: I I. THREADORNE VALHALLA Kathryn Grace Abbott Etta Sue Browder Joyce Aileen Burkwall Catherine Grant Clyde Nancy Sue Galloway, Co-Ordinator Linda Carol Giffin Helen Anne Hicks Gloria Jean Hornick Elizabeth Imle Barbara Nell Jackson Peggy Kellough Karen Elisabeth Kummer Donna Jean Mabry Nancy Ellen Miller Karen Virginia Peterson Elsie Louise Swendsen Norma Gene Walther Nancy Lisbeth Barlow Beatrice Eileen Bradfield Gloria Faye Brown Judith Kay Camps Carol Ann Clayton Carol Clyde Mary Ann Furushiro Carol Lynn Hulsey Virgie Ann Klein Nancy Kay League Willette Alice Lewton Patricia Kathryn McCoy Virginia Jerrilou McCreless Gloria Jean Overstreet, Co-Ordinator Martha Amy Sawyer Mary Ellen Silva Victoria B. Tavener Front Row: Watson, Botello, Sauer, Head, Ransbarger. Second Row: Fejer, Almazan, Rotter, Cox, Cerda, Third Row: Stagg, Henson, Jackson, Harmon. Patterson, Azioi. WHITEHALL :v WAKONDA Mary Rose Almazan Sylvia Alicia Azios Dora Alicia Botello Alice Cerda Cynthia Lynn Cox Stella Hendrika Fejer Mary Louise Hampton Winona Frances Harmon, Co-Ordinator Martha Earlene Watson Marilyn Elizabeth Barwick Diana A. Carsey Yolanda Cavazos Barbara Louise Comiskey Mary Elizabeth Crawford Claudia Jean Day Nancy Jean Dlabaj Carol Lynn Doss, Co-Ordinator Nancy Sydell Head Kathleen Elizabeth Henson Linda Sharyn Jackson Patricia Inez Patterson Elisabeth Ransbarger LaNell Marie Rotter Linda Lou Sauer Peggy Sharon Stagg Glenda Frances Fuhrmann Virginia Dell Giesecke Elizabeth J. Labay Nola June Loving Gay Bronwyn Newell Jean Adele Palmer Carol Sue Pankratz Dianne Elizabeth Rogan Norma Linda Rodriquez Anita Sanchez Johnette Yoland Schelin Joyce Ann Stendebach Aimee Maria Verduzco Connie Gene West Janice Eileen Willenborg Front Row: Schelin, Rogan, Fuhrmann, Day, Loving. Second Row: Cavazos, Craw- ford, Dlabaj, Stendebach, Palmer, Sanchez. Third Row: Carsey, Labay, Verduzco, Doss, Newell. Fourth Row: Rodriquez, West, Pankratz, Giesecke, Comiskey. Batwicn, Willenoorg. Page 357 Dormitory telephone booths were used mainly for lho ralU hnmc. Every dorm had its own variation of an all-purpose room. Many late hour wrrc spmt Mudying in the dorm. Page 358 MILITARY Edited by David Shull Page 359 DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY 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 develop the qualities of leadership in college trained men. Today, the Army ROTC program is offered to 155,000 students by 247 institutions of higher learning all over America. The Department of Military Science, established at the University in 1947, has provided over 1330 commissioned officers for the United States Army. A wise and prudent man shuns war, but knows that armed conflict may come from any type of international incident. This same thoughtful man prepares himself to meet the chal- lenges of our modern day living, to become a better citizen and to face this kind of emergency through the ROTC " on campus " part of his college education. The Army ROTC gives a student a broad understanding of the functions and problems of our national government, and 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 community COLONEL JOHN DEBER TOWNSEND, Pro essor of Military Science Front Ron: Stall Sergeant William Lawrence Smith, Shirley Jean Hayden, Lieutenant Colonel Roger Joieph Lilly, Colonel John Deber Towniend, Lieutenant Colonel Lowell Gideon Moore, Mra. Dixie Lee II. It , Major Connelly Sanders, Jr., Sergeant First Class Wayne Ray Lovett, Staff Sergeant Ernest William Harrison. Second Rom: Staff Sergeant Jack Wildan Porter. Staff Sergeant Harold Brogdon, Master Sergeant Jack Bryan Dickerson, Major Raymond Lewis Cook, Captain Robert Conrad Hock. Page 360 GROUP STAFF Front Row: Raymond Lee Johnson, Jr., Robert Louis Herndon, Harvey W. Wallender, III. James Franklin Cladson, Jr., Howard Lawrence Bernstein. Back Jtou.-.-John Baskin Harper, Hayden Edward Boland, Thomas Lee Wharton, Rodney Wayne Satterwhite. DISTINGUISHED MILITARY STUDENTS Left to Right: Jimmy Dale Polozeck, Anthony inarles Jung, Robert Louii Herndon, Phillip Lloyd Medellin, Raymond Lee Johnson, Neil Radell Latimer, Owen William Bludau, Dean Marshall Greenwood, Sam J. Dealey, James Franklin Cladson, Jr., Jack Kenneth Dahlberg, Jr., John Andrew Thompson, Howjrd Lawrence Bernstein, Monroe Wayne Jones. Page 361 I " CORPS OF ENGINEERS The mission of the Engineer Corps is to increase the combat effectiveness of the Army by means of general engineer work such as bridgings, demoli- tions, fortifications and construction, to maintain roads, buildings and air fields; and to perform com- bat missions when required. BATTALION STAFF Front Row: Jimmy Dale Polozeck. Second Row: Mclvin Charles Landers, Phillip Lloyd Medellin, Richard McKay Shelburne, Neil Radell Latimer. Front Rom: Frederick William. Wiegand, Jr., Philip Robb Winsborough, Ronald Phil Freeman, Jack Kenneth Dahlberg, Jr., Roger Steve Vaughan. Second Row: John Michael Hemphill. Harry Camp Stevenson, Robert Louis Herndon, Master Sergeant Jack B. Dickerson, Alan Woods Nalle, Rodney Lee Wooley, Thomas Lee Wharton. Fort Sill, Oklahoma provided the cadet with opportunities to become skilled at firing various weapons ENGINEERING BATTALION Front Rout: Neil Radell Latimer. Phillip Lloyd Medellin, Jimmy Dale Polozeck, Margie Jeannette Mallett, John Wesley Cardwell, Richard McKay Shelburne, Melvin Charles Landers, Daniel Ray Lazicki. Srrond Row: Richard Steele Davenport, Charles Morgan Pearre, III, Melvin Corkey Dcutsch. Charles Gary Johnson, Jeffrey Paul Mayficld, William Randolph Lryendccker, Lee lay Rosenberg, Richard Shelley Durham, Steven Clark, Mike L. Butler. Third Row: David Stephenion, Fred Lee Sims, Michael Lynn Harlan, Alan Woods Nalle. Jim C. Nordhaus, Robert Alexander Booker, Charles flay Ruble, James Clifford Hackard, David Thomas Newbern, Patrick Jay Kavanaugh, Johnce Eugene Hall, William Olan Stevenson. Fourth Row: Floyd Louis Oliver, Jr., James Danny Coffman, Melvin Robert Jacob, John H. Davis, James David Godfrey, Louia David Helwick, Randolph George Mueller, George Sampson Nalle, III, Dillon Heierman McDaniel, Mike Enriquez, John Franklin Greer. Fifth Row: James Warren Kirk, Robert Hebert Travis, Stephen Peter Hufnagel. Michael Duyane Parker, Leslie Lawrence Lentz, Jr., James Benson Micklethwait. Edwin Donald Dirtz, Paul Ray Huffman, Milton Desmond Wyrick, Dan Thomas Hemingson, Roger Steve Vaufhan, James Harold Stewart, Jr. Page 362 iRS I ::: ; BATTALION STAFF Front Row: Dean Marshall Greenwood. Second Rote: John Frederick LeFlore, Kaleem Hazer, Jr., Felix Raul Carza, Jr. QUARTERMASTER The Quartermaster Corps provides the indi- vidual fighting man with the food he eats, the clothes he wears, the petroleum necessary to move him, and other equipment and supplies he needs for success in battle. Jl! b Cadet James Harold Stewart prepared to fire the recoiless rifle during defensive training QUARTERMASTER BATTAUON Front Roto: John Frederick LeFlore, Hoyet Wright Wilson, Dean Marshall Greenwood, Ann L. Whiting, Wendell Carl Baker, Kaleem Hazer, Jr., Felix Raul Garza, Jr. Second Row: Anthony Charles Jung, Robbie Raggio Barnett, Robert Murdock, III, Robert Ignacio Salinas, Jerry Alan Gilley, Henry Pastor, Frank Patrick McGovern, Stephen Louis Bernardoni. third Rout Cayetano Olivarez, John Wayne Stark, Jr., Robert Ralph Sonnen, Donald Howard Fortune, Herbert Chee Ching, Thomas J. Edwards, Daniel Craig Smith, Manuel Ernest Gonzalez. Fourth Row: Owen William Bludau, Jerald Maurice Kinney, Jerald Gilbert Gold, Gary Lavon Elliott, David Charles Heath, James Benjamin Walker, James Sterling Hawthorne, Athanael Combs, Jr., Dennis Allan Pupa. Fifth Row: Carroll Stanley Barbour, Rodger Lee Staha, William James Albert, Michael Gary Erickson, Victor Darrell Blakeway, Paul Christopher Vanlandingham, Randall Robert Renz, Conrad John Netting, Leo Alexander Andron, II. Page 363 TRANSPORTATION l The Transportation Corps is responsible for the movement of people and materials in war. This involves the designing and procuring of all mediums of transportation aircraft, boats, railroads, and trucks and the training of op- erators for service under any conditions of weather and terrain anywhere in the world. V COLOR GUARD BATTALION STAFF Front Row: Sam J. Dealey. Second Row: John Andrew Thompson, Betty Loa Herolz, Dan William. Ryan, Monroe Wayne Jones, Eva Jeanne Wehmeyer, Jo Frances Tyng, Randolph L. Smith. 3 J Left to Riiht: Edward Kendrick Tatum, Carl Davidson Newton, John Michael Cadets Alan II. Chu and Maurice Mar. u Hemphill, Roy John Henderson, Allan Keith Dubols, Ronald Wayne Lazickl. TRANSPORTATION BATTALION. pPir ' V%v- W ' . ' $$ ' . " - I the M60 MC during defense training under field conditions. . Front Rom: John Patrick Seawell, Edward Hoyt Reischling, James Wilson Anderson. Randolph L. Smith, Sidney Ray Boatler, Sam J. Dealey, Eva Jeanne Wehmeyer, Joe Richard Solcher. Thomas Eugene Lane, Donald Richard Artis, Michael Jan Brown. Second Rota: Gerry Allan tolcher, James Aubrey Gilbert, Russell Thomas Smith, Monroe Wayne Jonea, William Bennett Russ, David Norman Wrifht, Robert Terry Smith, Alan Randolph Houser, James Floyd Kuhns, Timothy DeForest Jones. Third Row: Maurice Marcus, James Michael Lull, Jaraea L. Alexander, Jack Coley Clark, Frederick Dudley Freeman, Ronald Phil Freeman, George Carroll Baxley, Raul Santa Ana, Rodney Wayne Satterwhlte, Bernard M. Brooka, Jr. Fourth Row: Rosa Moore Lynch, Jr., Louis Lane Marline!, Edgar Oelkers, Robert George Vaaek, Dan William Ryan, Henry David Barton, Clinton Ray Werner, Leland Irwin Ammons, Kenneth Ward Pleiffer, David Lee Shull. Page 364 MILITARY POLICE lllTaHV POUC CBtM ' . I The officers and soldiers who wear the crossed pistols have a great responsibility. The Military Police are charged with the enforcement of law and order, traffic control, physical security, vice control, prisoner of war installations and confinement facili- ties. A summary of the duties of the branch is aptly put in their motto, " Service to the Command. " BATTALION STAFF Front Row: Lamar Eugene Laweon. Second Row: John Michael Handley, Michael Richard Bullard, John C. Oliver, Susan Dawns Fry, Tyler Daniel Traugott. - % Cadet Tim Jones observed, while partner demonstrated bayonet usage at Fort Sill. Junior and Senior cadets were sworn into the U.S. Army rvefierves. during commissioning ceremonies at U.T. MILITARY POLICE BATTALION Front Row: John C. Oliver, Tyler Daniel Traugott, James Lake Powers, Michael ROBS Bullard, Lamar Eugene Lawson, Prudence Drew Mahaffey, Harry Camp Stevenson, Jerry Robert Reed, Jack S. Kitchen, Jr., Jack Lewis Hearrcll, II, Richard Norman Hanscn. Second Row: Walter John Cueldncr, III, Daniel Yahr Kruger, Perry Richard Ferryman, David George Johnson, Karl H. Moeller, Mark Alan Mueller, Joe Alan Shull, Clayton Dunning Pledger, Mamiliano James Rodriguez, Dennis M. Biediger. Third Roto: Rudolph Herrera, John C. PMlHps, Jr., John Hurschel Young, Charles Edwin Earharl, Richard Martin Staller, Richard Eugene Flint, Edwin Dorn, Michael Franklin Shands, Jamea David Walsh, Stephen Rae Llndemood. Fourth Row: Alan Wesley Wong, Pat Colbert Clutter, III, Thomas Arnold VanHoose, Ronald Wayne Blake, John Kennard House, Russel Albert Steindam, Richard Lloyd Prim, Phillip McCort Vassar, Robert James Hale, Jon Niel Wisser, William Richard Jonson. Fifth Row: David A. Davidson, Joseph Cannon Whittington, Richard Powell Marsh, Bruce Fremont Woodcock, Robert David Legg, Ronald Gary Bookman, Robert Patrick McGuill, Clarence Norman Hansen, Bill Owen Bull, Richard Bolton Bender, II, David Lee Wald, Donnie R. Burgess. Page 365 MARAUDERS Front Row: James Warren Kirk, Jerry Randall Barnhill, James David Walsh. Second Row: Alan Wesley Wong, Daniel Yahr Kruger, Bill Owen Bull, Stephen Louis Bernardoni, Alan Randolph Houser. William Richard Jonson. Third Row: Perry Richard Ferryman, Joseph Cannon Whittington, James David Godfrey, Robert James Hale. Fourth Roto: Stephen Peter Hufnagel, William ' James Albert, Edgar Oelkers, Jr., Henry David Barton, Kenneth Ward Pfeiffer. General Harris was warmly welcomed by our own Cordettes. Robert James Hale received Chicago Tribune Award as an outstanding cadet. Cadets honor Tyra Cox, Cordctle Commander, and Croup Staff at the last " Pass In Review " of the se- mester. Page 366 CORDETTES Tapping procedures were usually quite surprising. ACTIVES Front Row: Lieutenant Colonel Lowell Gideon Moore, Virginia Ann Akridge, Margie Jeannette Mallett, Sunny Gayle Langston, Dana Gay Lindsay, Courtney Margaret Baetz, Samuel Jerome Dealey. Second Row: Sarah Lee Sturgis, Ginger Carroll Bernard, Harriette Ann Clark. Third Row: Kathy Arlene Karp, Janet M. Dahl, Tyra Ann Cox. Fourth Row: Sandra Gail Stern, Mary Claire Koeppe, Carolyn Virginia Evans. Fifth Row : Martha Sue Alexander, Teri Lyn Margolis, Martha Lewalling Seay. Sixth Row: Mary Katherine Sealy, Ann L. Whiting, Claudia Ann McCarty, Andrea Leslie Thornton. SPRING PLEDGES Tanna Dee Arnold Patricia Lynn Bailey Mary Anthony Butschek Beverly Kay Enderle Joan Elai ne Frensley Judy Kay Gable Peggy Ann Gralino Janet Irene King Martha Eloise Kuhl Linda Kay Mavropoulis Sherrie Diane Sanford Sherry Jane Spradley Marion Jean Turner Lynn Susan Wagner Bettie Townsend Willerson FALL PLEDGES Front Row: Kenny Lynn Griffith, Jo Frances Tyng, Linda Sokolosky. Second Row: Elizabeth Anne Clark, Brenda Sue Dean. Third Row: Betty Loa Herolz, Andrea Lee Gray, Linda Janice Regan. Fourth Row: Susan Dawns Fry, Eva Jeanne Wehmeyer, Margo Lynn Ehni. Page 367 DEPARTMENT OF AIR SCIENCE LIEUTENANT COLONEL KARL Y. BENSON, JR., Professor of Air Science The Air Force Reserve Officers ' Training Corps Program was established at The University of Texas in July, 1947. This program, offered by the De- partment of Air Science, is designed to select and to prepare University students to serve their country as Commissioned Officers in the Air Force. Air Science Front Roto: Mrs. Mary Francis Thomas, Staff Sergeant Bernard C. Knippel, Major Wallace J. McKenzie, Major John Francis Kelly, Mrs. Ollie B. Arena. Second Row: Technical Sergeant Harry E. Wachsmann, Staff Sergeant Billy Ray Tucker. cadets are given excellent training in leadership and Air Science. Attendance of 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. GROUP STAFF Front Roto: John Henry Cissik, Robert Leon Tucci, William Charles Cobb, Thomas Samual William , Michael Lynn Smith, James Allison Johnson, Jr., Michael Boone Lovelace. Second Row: Randy Roy Shope, Andy Lee Ambrosia, Edward Thomas Imparalo, Jr., James William Carter, III, Charles Victor Manes, jr., Monard Lamar Kinman, Jr., Charles Norman Burris, Kenneth Travis Summers, Ron Gene Tharpe, Larry Don Kirkpatrick. Third Row: James Robert Foreman, Paul Lane Murphy, John Howard Gullette, Philip M. Guzman, Wade Anthony Greer, Thomas M. Cogburn. Richard Lee Wilkiton, Alan Charles Chalfont, Tabor Rodger Stone. Page 368 Frail llbnt Ala Din ORANGE WINGS Front Row: Richard Conrad Swanson, Lou Edward Nied, Gerald Russell Flatten, David William Seals. Second Row: Roger William Page, Jr., William Lewis Kelly, Leonard Elwood Kinch, Robert Eugene Phaneuf, Gerald Knox Bishop, Bruce Robert Coulombe, Macon Wesley McGlohen, Ronald Edward Bergquist. Third Row: Joseph William Haydel, Michael Thomas Shofner, Nathaniel Rafael Allen, Bruce Cordon Luna, Raymond Robert Leal, Jr., Albert Lee Martin, Michael Bransford McShane. Fourth Row: James Rawls Williams, Joe Harry McFatter, Jr., Allen Grover McGuire, Jr., Robert Trevino Perez, Stephen Hall Holliday, Wayne Charles Wendland, Robert ' Charles Cole. Fifth Row: Alfred Clyde Loya, Kenneth Ray Pinckard, Phillip Duane Moseley, Donald Eugene Smith, Michael Anthony Pandolfo, Mark Allen Fry, William Caswell Ward. SQUADRON ONE George O. Newell, Laurence Randall Jordan, Jr SQUADRON TWO Front Row: James William Evans, Hank Alton Cray, Cecil B. Ellis, Ruben Edward Trcvino, Dick T. Jordan, Jr., Philip R. Swire. Second Row: James ' Horace Jackson, Jr., William Roy Kirk- patrick, Henry Washington While, Joseph Martin Hernandez, Darryl Paul Greenwood, Eugene Pisarski, James Luther Dunn, Jr., Charles Rufus Garrett, II, Piet Navarro Nieman, H. T. Russell, Jr., Robert Carrol Thames. Third Row: Richard Warren Helgeson, Jerry Otho Cochran, John Thomas Sautter, Richard Olivares, Robert Harold Bruce, Richard Caldwell Null, Dennis Craig Cheaney, Joseph Edward White, HI? Kenneth Arthur Robinson, William Thad Edwards, II, Robert Earl Cherry. Fourth Row: Pasquale Gregory Falbo, William Arthur Freeborn, Robert Anthony Carter, Robert Adolph Renschler, Loren Edward Decker, Jr., Munson Goodyear Compton, Jr., Robert Burns Dunkin, Paul Erwin Reichman, Robert Wood Childs, Jr., Donald Wayne Pettigrew, Arcadia Garza, III. SQUADRON THREE Front Row: William Wallace Morris, III, Marvin Campbell Lewis, William Theodore Fandel, Gary Don Whitlock, Robert Edward Kelly, Jr., Ben Roger! Blair, Jr. Second Rote: Raymond Morin, Robert Anthony O ' Brien, James Daniel Byinglon, Willard Leon Hascnfluck, Ronald Raymond Gentry, Kenneth Elmer Eickmann, Stanley Alton Shaw, John David Robinson, II, Michael Andrew Frciband, Manuel George Roialcs, Jr., David l.aurin Swanson, Donald Pierce Wilcoi. Third Row: Michael Zane Lumbley, Chris Edwin Johnson. Jamr Richard Boyer, Carl George Weaver, Oliver Ridad Garcia, Ebi-n Denarii Carsey, Jr., Thomas Alan Reneau, Jr., Armando Ramirez, Harry Kenneth Walker, David Gary Evans. Fourth Row: Robert Harold Magincl, Jamei David Mitchell, Harry William McFarlinf, John Bryan Morry, Stephen Orval Boyd, Seab Cainrs DcBcrry, Jr., Carlos Rene Monlemayor, Jack Lynn Slayton, Crady William Massey, George Washington Russell. Manuel Raymond Rodela, Jamei Grovrr MrMains. " " In t 1 " TA A,, Page 370 ANGEL FLIGHT a. S., lit T.teUt. Front Row: Nancy Hale, Mary Ann Gleason. Back Row: Betty Lou Butler, Patsy Lee McCafferty, Barbara Anne Peel. OFFICERS Commander MARY ANN GLEASON Executive Officer NANCY HALE Operations Officer CAROLYN JOSEY A.S.O. Officer PATSY LEE MCCAFFERTY Comptroller CAROLYN DIANE KOONTZ Information Officer MARY PATRICIA SPENCE Historian PEGGY Lou MCCAFFERTY Liaison BARBARA ANNE PEEL Drill Commander BETTY Lou BUTLER Advisor MAJOR JOHN FRANCIS KELLY Front Row: Suzanne Sorenson, Alexis Joan Brown, Nancy Hale, Betty Lou Butler. Second Row: Patsy Lee McCafferty, Susan Kay Henderson, Patricia Annette Bogart, Claire Delano Poch. Third Row: Mary Ann Cleason, Diana Dale Haskinson, Barbara Anne Peel. Fourth Row: Priscilla Jane Hester, Janis Ann Berly, Elizabeth Anne Oaks, Judy Lynn Hufiakcr. Not Present: Carolyn Josey, Carolyn Diane Koontz, Peggy Lou McCafferty, Mary Patricia Spence, Barbara Elaine Austin. Page 371 PLEDGES Front Row: Susan Alice Park, Nancy Ann Abbott. Second Row: Lucy Gail Holmes, Janet Schuster, Barbara Lynn Stone. Third Row: Karen Ann Thompson, Rubin Ann Austin. Fourth Row: Marcia Ellen Freed, Harriett Ann Durr, Lynne Waite Stoltenberg. Fifth Row: Helen Elizabeth VanWagoner, Crctchcn Ann Green, Darrellene E. Havins, DEPARTMENT OF NAVAL SCIENCE NAVAL ROTC The University of Texas is one of 53 universities hav- ing 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 stu- dents. Regular Midshipmen are selected on the basis of a nationwide competitive examination and are interviewed for entry into the Regular program which is designed pri- marily 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 are interviewed for entry into the contract program which is designed primarily to pro- cure Reserve Type officers for the Naval and Marine Corps Reserve. Midshipmen receive valuable training during the sum- mer months when they embark on cruises of 6-8 weeks ' duration. Textbook knowledge is supplemented with practical seamanship and knowledge gained on Naval Air Stations, Marine Corps Bases, destroyers, subma- rines, carriers, and cruisers located from San Diego, California, to Sasebo, Japan. COLONEL MAX HUEL LaCRONE, Professor of Naval Science STAFF Front Rota: l.i.-ut.-minl Commander Gerald Maddock Dempsey, Mrs. Luty Phelps, Lieutenant Harry Joseph Chris, Lieutenant Colonel Aleiander Salvatorc Ruggiero. l.icuti-nant Melvin Ronald Sommer, Chief Quartermaster James Donald Hailstone, Mr . Muriel II Plasky. Back Row: Lieutenant Raymond Cay Blake, Chief Yeoman Robert Glenwood Smith. Senior Chief Gunncr ' i Mate Jacob Joseph I.aPorte, Senior Chief Fire Control Teclmieion William D. Cober, Store Keeper First Cla Ernesto De La Rosa, MaMer Sergeant William Cavanach Rose. Page 372 FALL STAFF Front Row : Robert Louis Gartner, John Mar- shall Jarratt, Don Wallace Brown, William Frank Kopecky, Jack Vernon Strickland. Second Rote: Roland Jon Armstrong, Fain McDougal, Jr.. Scott Charles Follett, Alan Keith John- son, Gerald C. Lund, James Robert Latham, II. Third Row : Oland Dale Thompson, William Lynn Docekal, James Stephen Quinn, Robert Lafayette Adair, III, Douglas MacArthur Sim- mons, Dennis Arley Peterson. SPRING STAFF Front Row: John William Hitchcock, Henry Amos Harper, Jr., John Thomas Mont ford, Scott Charles Follett, Wayne Earle Miers. Second Row: James Thomas Watts, Gary William Schoen, Warren Neilson Lipscomb, Jr., Larry Joe Billa, James Robert Latham. Third Row: James Stephen Quinn, Robert Gerald Ballard, Russell Charles Scholl, Jr., Jerry Edmond Chile . BUCCANEERS Front Row: James Stephen Quinn, James Arthur Spinks, III, Ernest Michael Trominski. Second Row: James Arthur Burns, Gregg Herlong Averett, Michael James Clark, Harold Lee Miller, James Richard Reinauer, Nels Clinton Younpstrom, Jr. Third Row: Nicholas Robert Burpo, Carl Justus Hehmsoth, Jr., Michael Judd Hudgins, Bill Raiford Newsom, James C. Mosser William Nicholas Steshko, Jr. Fourth Row: Steven Grayson Smith, Randolph Carter Bunvell, Ronald Edward Boyeson, John Ross Rhoads, James Adrian Kuch, Durwood Ferris Bottoms, Jr. Fifth Row: Robert Louis Collins, Gary Wayne Miller, Robert Joe Davis, Philip Franklin Adams, Jr., Samuel Renken Lyle, Richard Henry Kayser, Stanley Pat Hardage. Page 373 ALPHA COMPANY FIRST PLATOON Front Rott,: Jerome Lee Powell, Paul Randolph Doggett, Kenneth Edward Davis, Jr.. Richard Smith Arnold, Robert Norwood Blankenship, David Michael - Blumc, Darrell Anthony Bcschen, Jr., Michael Frederick Brandenberger, Robert Newton Ray. Second Row: Lash Devous Hansborough, James Noel Higdon, James Dennis Fahrenthold, Claude Joseph Tondre, Jr., John Bruce Ashworlh, Jr., John Clinton Burns, Charles Kent Bowen. Third Rote: Paul Duward Parker, II, Andrew Jeffrey Anderson, John Charles Wilkinson, Philip Milam White, Richard Paul Chatelain, Robert Joe Davis, Robert Irvine Taylor, III. SECOND PLATOON Front Row: William Leo Moll, John Wallace Sutherland, Douglas Campbell Poslle, Ernest Michael Trominski, John Thomas Conly, Gregg Herlon Averett, Samuel Renkcn Lyle, Frank Richard Cessner, III, Samuel Lorraine English, Jr., A. M, Stuart. Second Row: Richard Martin Reass, Jerome Raymond Banks. Gary Wayne Miller, William Nicholas Steshko, Jr., Richard Kenneth Gunn, John Francis Thornell, III, Park Lyle Beeler. Third Row: Glen Willard Bartholomew, Jr., Stephen Lee Jones, Hugh Bennett Ruckman, III, Jerry Neil Bartlett, Steven Grayson Smith, Elbert William Huber, Jr., Charles Clinton Neal. THIRD PLATOON first Row: Lloyd Eugene Jordan, Richard Earl Wauson, Jr., Andrew Jess Watson, Thomas Augustus Bofcl. James Arthur Ryan, Jordan Robert Janak, Dale Robin Miller. John ROM Rhoadu, Robert Lee Hancock, Roy Lee Crnm. Second Rots: Eldon Stephen Wilson, Bill Railord Newsom. James Patrick Brady, Ronald Edward Boyeson. Glenn Edward Keenon, Alexander Thomas Zinn. Waller Rogers Smith. Third Kou: Micha.-l James Clark, Russell Clayton York, Nels Clinton Youngslrom. Jr.. Ernes ' Philip Keessen, William Richard Brandon, Harold Lee Miller. Page 374 BRAVO COMPANY FIRST PLATOON Front Row: Luis Adolfo De La Garza, Joseph Angus Cialone, Robert Melvin Tharp, William Kurtz Perry, Jr., James Michael McCoy, Don Lewis Burkes, Charles Hani in Pollard, Jr., Durwood Ferris Bottoms, Jr., Michael Wesley Andrews. Second Row: Jerry Cecil Jordan, Nicholas Robert Burpo, Edward Clark Moore, IV,, Eric Owen Lentz, William Timothy Mason, James Douj;lass Brotherton, Alan Chapman Werb. Third Row: Joseph Michael Jaros, David James Spencer, Wiley George Woolsey, Randolph Carter Burwell, James Adrian Kuch, James C. Mosser, James Arthur Burns. SECOND PLATOON From Rom: Robert Leland Hattan, Churchill Wiley Jone, Robert Louis Collins, Richard Dale Wagner, Lynn Elman Peterson, Philip Franklin Adams. Titus Severn Sigler. Second Row: Frank Howard Weston, Thomas Milton Droke, Roger Paul Kester, Robert Glenn Pope, Jr., William Ray Davis, III, Robert Wade Kniseley. Third Row: John Timothy Engstrom, Richard James Claser, Keith MacArthur Baker, Raymond Ernest Goodman, Marccllus Young, Jr., Thomas Robert Gish, Keith Peter Kluepper. THIRD PLATOON front Row: Richard Allen Burt, James Clements Graves, Gus Noll, III, Stephen Earl Johnson, Paul Davis Guthrie, Richard Henry Kayser, George Raymond Root, Jr., James Richard Reinauer. Second Row: Carl Justus Hehmsoth, John Allen Santoro, Michael Judd Hudgins, John Roger Cooke, Ervin Dietrich Grosshans, Jr., Walter Herrell Sanders, Jr., Richard Thomas Schleif, Michael Robert McCaffrey, Carl Clifton Hill, Richard Ed Ogden, Kenneth Augustus Gilmore. Third Row: Ja: John O ' Neill. Page 375 Front Row: Olivia Pedie Oliver, Nance Jean Easley, Gayle Patterson. Back Row: Mary Ann Wycolf, Linda Lou Reneau, Margery Kengla, Carol Linda Holzapfel, Sharon Duecker, Pamela Georgene Harker. COLOR GUARD Left to Right: Tom Cahill Robertson, Mike Keaney Sutherlin, Philip Lawrence Eiserloh, Lewis Arnold Thompson. The Anti-Submarine Warfare training rooms helped to prepare the midshipman for hi future Naval career. Page 376 ORGANIZATIONS Edited by Carol Cooke Page 377 The Texas Union Print shop provided the work, area to create the many original signs seen on campus . . . poster making was a very exacting and imaginative job and created eyecatching effects. The Newman Center, one of the newest church centers around our campus, added another sphere of student activity. Page 378 SPECIAL INTEREST Front Row: E. Johnson, Jackson, Neblett, Henderson, S. Smith, ]. M. Johnson, Philen, Jones. Second Row: Clewis, Burk, Cant, Preston, Roshton, Broesche, Stripling, Green. Third Row: Boyle, Archer, Beasley, Bordages, Hodge, Brown, J. Johnson, Sessions, Connally, Moore, Braselton, Hale, Pitzer, Trice, Dies, Mahone, Rigsby. Tunstill. ASHBEL LITERARY SOCIETY The Ashbel Literary Society offers its members the oc- casions to further the study of good literature and endeavors to promote friendship among its members by recognizing high standards of scholarship in the field of English. This year the Ashbel Society focused its attention on the development of the drama from the classical period to the present day. Lectures and informal coffee-discussion groups provided the members with an excellent opportunity to broaden and deepen their classroom experiences. Lectures traced the highlights of the development of drama from Greek tragedies and Roman comedies, through the medieval and Elizabethian plays to the modern productions. John Crowe Ransom, American critic and poet was one of the noted speakers to the society this year. Other speakers in- cluded professors from the English and classics departments as well as from the French and German study areas. Officers for the literary society were Louisa Perry Mahone, president; Evelyn Phillis Johnson, vice-president; Jeanie Tunstill, secretary; and Roberta Bernice Kent, treasurer. Miss Lois Baird Trice, assistant professor of English, served the society as faculty advisor. Virginia Ann Akridge Nancy Lila Alexander Jeanne Richey Amacker Nancy Ruth Archer Ann Beasley Betty Adele Bordages Janet Ethel Boyle Carolyn Clifton Braselton Barbara Carol Broesche Barbara Ann Brown Linda Lee Burk Carolyn Burton Campbell Ann Bayler Clark Carol Ann Clewis Louise Clarkson Connally Sharon Eileen Coursey Nancy Elizabeth Dean Byrd Fuertee MEMBERS Dana Gaylen Gant Elizabeth Diane Garrett Sarah Elizabeth Green Nancy Hale Suzanne Henderson Elizabeth Clain, Herd Luralee Hodge Claudia Alexander Jackson Evelyn Phillis Johnson Janet Milanne Johnson Judith Johnson Margaret Anne Jones Roberta Bernice Kent Louisa Perry Mahone Sharon Kay Martin Narcissa Lee Moore Helen Hardy Murchison Nancy Ann Neblett Mary Mike Oles Mary Jay Orr Sydney Philen Nancy Susan Pitzer Frances Preston Susan Jean Rigsby Mary Lou Roshton Diana Lee Sessions Suzann Smith Warrie Lynn Smith Kay Jeanette Spring Mary Elizabeth Stripling Mary VanDyne Thuss Jeanie Tunstill Elizabeth Allison Walsh Carol Ann Weber Susan Lynn Wilson Nancy dark Wood Page 380 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION The aim of the Baptist Student Union is Christian steward- ship, an attempt to furnish the student with every possible opportunity to hear, answer and live God ' s call in life on the University campus. The ultimate aim is Christian citi- zenship, God ' s purpose lived out in all of life ' s experiences. B.S.U. is a fellowship of many dimensions dimensions which involve the reality of worship in the pursuit of truth and in the stimulation of faith through a search for under- standing. The strength of friendship in a competitive world and the challenge of mission to persons both near and far provide the opportunities for sharing a faith that cannot be contained. The discipline of life in quest of true freedom brings students together in the fellowship of joint partici- pation. Areas of human need the Children ' s Home, the State Hospital, Senior Citizens, and East Austin are the locations of the Baptist Student Union ' s service projects. ork in these areas broadens the sense of responsibility which con- tinues to grow in answer to human need. In this way the service projects provide much in Christian growth. The " Pink House " at 2204 San Antonio St. is the headquarters for much of the planning and activity of the UT-BSU. Vespers, study groups, Bible classes, counseling sessions, fellowship and recreation all combine to help make life at the University more rewarding and enjoyable. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL President JOE GENE AUTRY Vice-President r BERT U. MASSEY Secretary MARILYN JEAN WILKINS Worship Study Chairman PAUL ANDREW BURKWALL International Chairman NANCY ELLEN MILLER Fellowship Chairman PATRICIA DUMENIL HANNEY Student Center Chairman DONNA JEAN MABRY Mission Chairman CHARLES G. DODSON Service Chairman PHIL DOWELL STRICKLAND Music CHARLES EDWARD RAWLS Faculty Sponsor LYMON CLIFTON REESE Fellowship involved worship, faith and friendship. The challenge of mission brought faith and fellowship to others. The sense of responsibility grew with service to human needs. The " Pink House " was the center of B.S.U. activity, and added another dimension to campus life. Page 381 CHI ALPHA Chi Alpha, sponsored by the General Council of the Assemblies of God, is a national religious, social and educa- tional society which offers the opportunity to University students to promote the spiritual life on the University cam- pus by providing opportunities for worship, fellowship, and training. Regular meetings bi-monthly feature speakers and dis- cussion. Guest speakers this year included Travis County Treasurer Johnny Crow and Von Reece, President of the Austin Christian Businessmen ' s Association. An introductorv coffee begins each semester and gives students the opportunity to meet each other and to become acquainted with the purposes of Chi Alpha. The other ac- tivities of Chi Alpha for the year included a lake party, an initiation party in the fall and a spring banquet when new officers are announced. Chi Alpha officers were Jackson Thomas Bayless, Jr., president; Ronald Paul Johnson, vice-president; Bill Clyde Smith, secretary; and James Albert Crowhurst, treasurer; Reverend Elmer Woodrow Barnes was the organization ' s chaplain and Franklin Elvie Niles served as advisor. MEMBERS Jackson Thomas Bayless Paul James Broyles Paulette Stringer Broyles Anna Carol Burnell James Albert Crowhurst Carl Allen Dunn Ronald Paul Johnson William Gary Miears Kenneth Ray Pinckard Billy Clyde Smith Anita Joyce Walden Bennie Joe Walker Elaine Wilson c Front Rom: Johnson, P. S. Broylei, Judi Sinsom Crowhurst, J. Crowhurst, Martin David Cothnn, Burnrii. B;len. Second Row: f. I. Broyles, Jerry Webb, Lti.rui Connies, Smith, Walker, Niles. Page 382 Front Roto: M. Karlskind, Shennum, Stegner, Garret t, Mueller. Second Row: Balzersen, P. Hill, B. Person, Mills, Fields, George, Stafford, Mrs. Suzanne Ella Kreager. Third Row: Eason, Thomas, D. Person, Russell, PHtenger, Vaughan, Vance. Fourth Roto: Louisa Rarey, Osgood, Gerdes, Gower, Miller, Kadjar, Durrenberger, Aiton. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION The Christian Science Organization otters the college community the opportunity to learn about the beliefs of Christian Science. It also helps students in seeking to live their faith by applying their understanding of God to their daily needs. The Christian Science Organization holds weekly meet- ings for those interested in learning more about the teachings of Christian Science. Twice during the college year, the Christian Science Organization presents lectures especially directed toward the needs and interests of college students. This year the group presented Mr. Charles M. Carrell of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mr. Elbert R. Slaughter of Dallas. The organization maintains a library and study room for students near the University campus ' . It also sponsors an open house in its library during the spring and annually presents a display of its activities in the Texas Union. Fall OFFICERS DAVID BOB PERSON President . . . LOUISA GAIL RAREY Vice-President . MARY LISA SHENNUM Secretary . . . NEIL BRENT KAR LSKIND Treasurer . . . MADELYN HELEN GERDES Member-at-Large EMILY MURRAY STAFFORD . . Advisor . Spring DAVID BOB PERSON ROBERT W. MILLER . . . BETTY KAY BALZARSEN . . . . GEORGE NEIL THOMAS LOUISA GAIL RAREY EMILY MURRAY STAFFORD Mary Elaine Aiton Forrest Alex Andrews Carol Lyn Armstrong Betty Kay Balzarsen Mary Lou Brock Robert Emmett Carswell, III Catherine Biedenharn Dennis Marion Holmes Doty Richard Edward Dunn Cyril Joseph Durrenburger James Fowler Eason Salisbury B. Filbert Janet Susan Fields Sharon Sue Garrett Madelyn Helen Gerdes Susan Meredith George Neil Edwin Gower MEMBERS Stanley Pat Hardage Pamela Hill Richard Lee Hill Ronald Lynn Hill David M. Kadjar Michele Gainey Karlskind Neil Brent Karlskind Leslie Lee Lentz Judith Ellen McCaskill Heide Roeslein Meister Robert W. Miller Nancy Marie Mills Norman Wesley Minter Randolph George Mueller Elwood Lawrence Munson Pamela Sue Osgood John Charles Perry Bobbie Ann Person David Bob Person Mary Elizabeth Petit William Burl Pittenger Liza Rarey Louisa Gail Rarey John Weaver Russell Mary Elizabeth Savage Mary Lisa Shennum Susan E. Stegner George Neil Thomas John William Turner, Jr. John Milton Vance Thomas Alfred Vaughan Susan Ross Weber Eula Kathryn White Page 383 The Crescent Club is a national auxiliary organized to help the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. Members include girls who are dropped, pinned or engaged to Lambda Chi ' s of the local chapter. These girls serve as hostesses for various receptions and they assist in planning special parties during the holidays. This year the Crescents served at a coffee held for the fraternity housemothers on campus. They also helped to plan activities for " Moms ' Weekend " held in the spring. A continuing job is the work done on the fraternity scrapbook which is carried on throughout the year. The Crescents also encourage the pledges in scholar- ship with congratulatory notes. Guiding the acti vities of the organization as officers were Penelope Brooks, president; Vicki Veazey, vice-pres- ident; Sara Elizabeth Crow, secretary -treasurer ; Jane Gloria Pruett, corresponding secretary; Mary Lee Kendrick, pub- licity; and Mary Kathleen Hudkins, historian. Elizabeth Maynard, Lambda Chi Alpha house mother, and Mrs. Jackie Irby serve as the club ' s sponsors. tte ' fa bfi li an CRESCENT CLUB HI Divi S left Qui MEMBERS Sidney Anderson Penelope Brooks Sara Elizabeth Crow Jean G. Fletcher Mary Kathleen Hudkins Carolyn Hunter Marguerite Kelly Jarrell Janet Kay Johnson Mary Lee Kendrick Artie Sue Lane Roberta Lee Leavitt Jane Gloria Pruett Theo Ann Ramsey Judith Payne Ransleben Sue Ransone Patti Rogers Betty Anne Sanford Penny Schwer Sharon Kay Todd Victoria Kay Veazey Mary Lovey Wood ki ' nip! evil 11 iti 63; Front Row. Hudkloi, Crow, Brook-, Kendrick, Veazey. Back Rom: Fletcher, Hunter, Johnson, Lane, Lelvilt, Sanford, Rogrrt, Ruuleben, Todd Andenon, Ranione, Ramsey, Wood, Schwer. Page 384 CROW ' S NEST The Crow ' s Nest is a co-operative club and living group of fifty midshipmen from the Naval ROTC unit at the University of Texas. As a close-knit working organization, the " Nest " provides the nucleus of leadership and participa- tion in the NROTC program and is linked by service and loyalty to the University. The growing importance of the nuclear power in modern naval armaments is of great interest to the men in the " Nest " . Major speakers to the group this year reflected this interest and included nuclear submarine Commander John C. Calhoun and Commander Frank A. Thurtell, com- manding officer of the Submarine Nuclear Ballistic Missile Division. Service is also an important aspect of the Crow ' s Nest activities. One of the main service projects this year was the Christmas party given for under-privileged children from the Pan-American Center in East Austin. As a living group, the men in the " Nest " eat and work together to maintain their housing. The " Nest " was host to Lady Hortence Pig during the fall. Hortence, the prize in the annual Arkansas hogcalling contest, was won by a mid- shipman from the " Nest " . Her periodic escapes caused much excitement and publicity. This year John Thomas Montford commanded the " Nest " , while Edward J. Polasek, Jr. served as vice president; Scott Charles Follett, treasurer; William Frank Kopecky, work manager; and George Herman Blume, food buyer. D MEMBERS Philip Franklin Adams Jerry Neil Bartlett Larry Joseph Billa David Michael Blume George Herman Blume Durwood Ferris Bottoms William Richard Brandon Don Wallace Brown James Arthur Burns Michael James Clark Luis Adolfo de la Garza William Lynn Docekal Robert Allen Ebner Donald Edward Emerson Scott Charles Follett Raymond Ernest Goodman Robert Lee Hancock Stanley Pat Hardage Henry Amos Harper Dale Robert Hayden Carl Justus Hehmsoth Randall Hempling John Marshall Jarratt Robert Wade Kniseley William Frank Kopecky Henry Warren Leopold Warren Neilson Lipscomb Lee George Litzler Richard Henry Mason Wayne Earle Miers Gary Wayne Miller Harold Lee Miller John Thomas Montford Edward Clark Moore Timothy D. Moore Edward Jo Polasek Jerome Lee Powell Robert Newton Ray Richard Martin Reass James Herrell Sanders John Allen Santoro Jack Vernon Strickland James Arthur Spinks John Wallace Sutherland Ernest Mike Trominski Richard Earl Wauson Roger Lee Wharton Wiley George Woolsey . Top Row : Bartlett, Billa, D. Blume, C. Blume, Bottoms. Second Roto : Brando.n, Brown, Burns. Clark, de la Garza. Third Row: Docekal, Ebner, Emerson, Follett, Goodman. Fourth Row: Hancock, Hardage, Harper, Hehm- soth, Hempling. Fifth Row: Jarratt, Kniseley, Kopecky, Leopold, Lipscomb. Sixth Row: Litzler, Mason, Miers, G. Miller, H. Miller. Seventh Row: Montford, E. Moore, T. Moore, Polasek, Powell. Eighth Row: Ray, Reass, Sanders, Santoro, Spinks. Ninth Row: Sutherland, Trominski, Wauson, Whar- ton, Woolsey. Page 385 Front Row: Schroeder, Waters, Wuensche, A. Johnson, Osoba, Haschke, Dube, Doering, Meschke, R. Johnson, Michalk. Second Row: Wilke, Dunn, Meador, Jacob, Anderson, Herat, Schoenke, Lawson, Gebhart, Urban, Koehler. Third Row: facquard, Herzog, Schumann, Newman, Stellinjr, Curry, Dube, Endebrock, Kieschnick, Born. Fourth Row: Boecker, Fay, Wuensche, Clark, Frank, Jesse, Sterner. GAMMA DELTA Gamma Delta Society aims to train Lutheran students for Christian service to God and their fellowman and to main- tain and increase local and inter-campus fellowship among the students of their faith. The year began with a fall retreat at the Howard E. Butts Camp at Lakey, Texas. Fall meetings featured speakers in- cluding Dr. Henry Bowman who spoke on " Sex on the Campus; " Dr. Walter C. Rubke, President of Concordia College, whose topic was " Know Thyself; " and Reverend Kieth A. Gerberding, a member of the University Bible Chair, who spoke on " Interpreting the Contemporary Novel in Theological Perspective. " Banquets marking Thanksgiving and Christmas and a Christmas caroling party closed the fall semester. During spring registration week, Gamma Deltas from The University of Texas and from Oklahoma joined Colorado members at a joint skiing holiday of fun and fellowship. The Spring was also highlighted by attendance at the State Gamma Delta Convention held in Houston. The president of Delta Gamma was Victor James Dube. Other officers included Paul Edward Stelling, vice-president; Jane Elizabeth Frank, secretary; David Arthur Sterner, treasurer; and Michael James Clark, program chairman. Reverend Charles H. Born was the pastoral advisor. MEMBERS ' Gene Allen Anderson Jesse Edison Best Barry James Boecker Michael James Clark Carol Brownwood Colyer Judy Combs Mary Jeannette Curry Mary Elizabeth Doering Karen P. Dube Victor James Dube Bunnie Cleveland Dunn Wilburn Donald Endebrock Michael Clinton Fay Jane Elizabeth Frank Johanna Catherine Gebhart Nathan Harley Harriet Jane Haschke Richard Wayne Herzog Benjamin Jacob Horst Melvin Robert Jacob Maryanna Rose Jess e Ardis Lynn Johnson Ruth Ann Johnson Jerry Kieschnick Travis Aubrey Koehler Sharon Althen Lawson Joel Reeves Meador Kathlyn Nell Meschke Cherly D. Michalk Irvin Melvin Newman Connie Gail Osoba Olivia Pualani Schoenke Judie S. Shhroeder George Ernest Schumann Paul Edward Stelling David Arthur Sterner Julius Lee Tacquard Linda Taylor Mildred Ann Theis Theresa Antonie Urban Charles E. Waters Edith Marie Wilke Kenneth Jacob Wuensche Vernon Edgar Weunsche Page 386 The Golden Hearts of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity is a national honorary organization founded on the U.T. campus in the spring of 1964. The welfare of Sigma Phi Epsilon, in general, and the Texas Alpha chapter, in particular, is the major concern of the club. Members are selected on the basis of personality, beauty, campus orientation and interest in Sigma Phi Epsilon. They are chosen by the members of the fraternity. The " Hearts " serve the fraternity by decorating the house for special oc- casi ons, and by serving as hostesses at various receptions held for parents and national fraternity officers. This year the girls worked with the fraternity in planning and decorat- ing the house for the Christmas season. They served as hostesses for the Mothers ' Dinner held during Dads ' Day weekend. The Hearts also served at the buffets which pre- ceded in-town football games throughout the fall. In addi- tion, each girl has several " little brothers " from the current pledge class and she is responsible for helping her " brothers " in their campus and social life. Carol Ann Edmondson served throughout the year as president and Kay Spring served as vice-president. Suzanne Beaird was secretary during the fall and Flo Ann Vaughan was secretary in the spring. Theo Nancy Wilkes was hospital- ity chairman; Vicki Elizabeth Held, friendship chairman; and Elizabeth Ann Clark, " Little Brothers " chairman; Mrs. Addie Montgomery, the Sigma Phi Epsilon housemother acted as sponsor. GOLDEN HEARTS MEMBERS Sara Sue Atkinson Judi Ann Bagley Suzanne Beaird Elizabeth Ann Clark Carol Ann Edmondson Vicki Elizabeth Held Sally Hutchings Evelyn Phillis Johnson Susan Claire Moore Patricia Evelyn Nelson Kay Jeannette Spring Flo Ann Vaughn Theo Nancy Wilkes Sandra Lea Wright Front Row: Held, Bagley, Clark, Vaughan. Second Row: Edmondson, Spring, Beaird, Atkinson. Third Row: Wilkes, Moore, Johnson, Nelson, Hutchings, Wright. Page 387 INDIAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION OFFICERS President SuRlNDER K. BHAGAT V ice-President H. V. RAMAKRISHNA RAO Secretary BARID BARAN MuKHERjEE Public Relations Officer NARENDER DEV SHARMA Treasurer VIKRAMJIT KAPOOR D .-.: M tm : ' ' . Musical duet on native instruments highlighted Festival of Lights, the major activity of the Associ- ation. Debkumar Basu Sipra G. Basu Surinder K. Bhagat Judy Bhagat R. Prakash Dixit Pratibha Dixit Debabrata Ghosh Chiyyarath Velayudhan Girijavallabhan Sushil Kumar Comer L. Govardhan Balkrishna K. Gupta Syed Hashmi S. T. Hussain Syed Badaruddin Hyder Vikramjit Kapoor Geeta Kapoor B. D. Kochhar MEMBERS Alice Kresensky Ramachandra Jagannath Kulkarni Suresh Chandra Mathur Padma Mathur Kailashnath N. Mehrotra Raj Mehrotra Man Mohan Metha Narayanan Surendrankuty Menon Barid Baran Mukherjee Jayant Vishnu Narlikar M. Natarajan Shriniwas N. Pagay Ruth Pagay Krishnier Purushothaman Lalitha Purushothaman H. V. Ramakrishna Rao Padma Ramakrishnarao Yennam Madhusudhan Reddy Kalthur S. V. Santhanam Narender Dev Sharma T. Shreevalsan Prakash Narayan Shrivastava Y. S. Suryanarayana K. Susheelarani Rao Jagannadha Tatikonda Uma Vijaya Lakshmi Tatikonda Dhandapani Thirumurthy Hemalatha Thirumurthy Jagdish Motilal Upadhyay Charlotte Upadhyay David Johnson Victor Leena J. Victor Emory Clark Whipple Front Row: Alim Di.cil, Asha Rao, Ananlh Rio, Rio, Sunil Discil, Alok Disi it, Viraj Diicit, I ' iyush Mrhrolra. Rja Mehrotra. Second Rota: I. Hhagat, R. Mehrotra, H. Thinnurlh, P. Rio, L. Tatikonda, Mohan Tatikonda, L. Victor, S. Basu, P. Dixit, C. Kapoor, Kresenlkv. Third Rou: Hashmi, V. Kapoor, H. Rao, Sharma, Mukherjee, S. Bhagat, Covardhan, R. Tatikonda, Santhanam; Narlikar, Shrivastava, R. Diiit, Kochhar, Hvder. Fourth Rots: M. Natarajan, M. Mrhta, B. Gupta, D. Victor, K. Mehrotra, R. Kulkarni, D. Thirumurthi, D. Basu, Y. Suryanrayana, N. Menon. Page 388 INTERNATIONAL CLUB The International Club works here at the University to create a better understanding of the world by providing the opportunity to get acquainted with foreign students and by discussions of various cultures and languages. The Club offers students the chance to learn about other areas of the world and to meet foreign students through the bi- monthly International Hour which features films, discussions, and speakers. Such speakers included University Professor James R. Soukup, Professor Edward Taborsky, and Pro- fessor George W. Hoffman. The International Club is very active on campus, work- ing in an effort to broaden the world horizon of under- standing. Activities included the annual International Dance Festival of native folk dances, the International Exhibit in the Texas Union, the social International Costume Ball, and participation in the Model United Nations held in the spring. MEMBERS Ahmed Adasani Augustin Ralph Aldrete Mikdam Mohammad Al-Habeeb Sylvia Louise Beckey Marcus Hunt Brewster Mauricio Alciro Cortes Linda Gail Dickerson John Wagner Durston Charlyn Nmi Ellison Doris Jean Fisher Mike Freiband Lora Ann Hays Joyce Judell Hubbard Karen Helen Javurek Kathleen Carolyn Javurek Patricia Louise Lane Elizabeth G. Maret OFFICERS President YuiCHi OZAWA Vice-President MERYDITH DEAM TURNER Secretary ORELIA RUTH GARCIA Treasurer ANTHONY MICHAEL LAVENDER Texas Union Sponsor JESSICA DARLING Sherry Gayle McArdle Boyd Wayne Meier Leslie Lucille Milliren Raja Mitry Anthony Edward Nicholls Sue Peterson Percy Ernest Pool Elsie Grace Ramirez Lowell F. Renfro Patricia Constance Scheberle Lynda Worene Shaffer Narender Dev Sharma Sally Eugenia Sneed Iman Soengkowo Frank William Stenger Carlos R. Vargas-Vgrinovic Helen Ann Wells The International Hour featured speakers panel discussions . . . and refreshments. Page 389 Front flow; Drousche, Roach, Blair, C. W. Smith, Green, Phelps, Vasquez, E. J. Smith, Pipkin, Provine, Lee, Turner. Second Row: Arroyo, Anderle, Strong, Ruchelman, Trevino, Vaupel, Gable, Meitzen, Meek. Third Row: Vorndam, Adcock, Bass, Marsch, O ' Bryao, Cross, Webb, Coving ton, Schnuetgen, Dietze. KARATE CLUB Karate tournament competition gave members the opportunity to test their skill. James Luther Adcock Rosalie Alexander Charles Dean Anderle Richard Cesar Arroyo Jerone Raymond Banks Larry Woodrow Barker John Lincecum Bass Harold Dean Blair Arthur Lee Bryant Randolph Carter Burwell Mary Elizabeth Coats Zachariah Ellis Coombes George A. Covington Rosimbo Eligio Croes Knute Lewis Dietze David Warren Dingwall Thomas Milton Droke Mike Douglas Drousche Kenneth Todd Firestone Chalmers Duke Cable The Karate Club provides qualified instruction in karate, an ancient eriental form of empty-handed fighting, which can be used both as a method of self-defense and as a com- petitive sport. The Karate club provides active participation in an increasingly popular sport, as well as knowledge of some of the customs and techniques of self-defense. The club also offers the chance to compete in tournament com- petitions, on both the state and national level. Don Roach placed third in the brown belt division at the January Southwest Karate Championship sponsored by Allen Steen, internationally renowned karate expert. The local club held a tournament in Austin in the spring which included state- wide participants. Speakers to the group this year included Master Jhoongee Rhee, Founder of the Jhoon Rhee Institute of Tae Kwon Do, Washington, D. C. Tests to determine the belt-ranking of each member were a major part of the club ' s activity. Karate Club officers were Don Roach, president; Samuel James Lee, vice-president; and John Leslie Meitzen, secretary- treasurer. The Club ' s instructor was Bruce Franklin Turner and Robert P. Higley, Assistant Director, International Office, served as sponsor. MEMBERS Sandra Virginia Green Lee Everette Hancock John Edward Heller James Frank Hughes Sherrill Louis Jeter Larry Parks King Samuel James Lee Alfred Joseph Marsch Eugene Jackson McCartt Carl George McCaslin Jerry Lee Meek John Leslie Meitzen L. Reese Moyers Robert K. O ' Bryan Don Arthur Pace Scott Houston Phelps Roy Bedichek Pipkin Charlie Roy Powell Jack Cecil Provine Page 390 John David Rhodes Don Roach Morris Jackson Ruchelman James Henry Sayles Siegfried Reinhold Schnuetgen Daniel Lewis Schodek Richard Shaw Cecil Wayne Smith Janis Elaine Smith William Reese Strong Samuel J. Trevino Bruce Franklin Turner Sandra Rae Vasquez Clifford George Vaupel A. Vance Vorndam David Farnsworth Webb Jack Cupp Wikoff DeAnn Wilson Gary Zane Winkler The Laredo Club opens its membership to any student from Laredo, Texas. The members meet periodically at parties, picnics and other social functions to enable members to know other University of Texas students from Laredo. A Christmas Scholarship Dance is held annually in La- redo. The funds earned from this dance are used to award scholarships to Laredo students who meet the qualifications and who wish to attend UT. Since 1946 the UT Laredo Club has awarded scholarships totaling $8,000. At present the club awards two $250 scholarships yearly. Plans are now being made to increase the number of $250 scholarships to four per year. Officers elected in the fall semester were Alfredo Trevino, Jr., president; Francisco Flores, Jr., vice-president; Ar- mandina Ruiz, recording secretary; Juan M. Vasquez, Jr., treasurer; and Gerardo Thaddens Murillo, sergeant at arms. The club sponsor is George I. Sanchez. LAREDO CLUB MEMBERS Gerardo A. Aguirre Sylvia Alicia Azios Carlos G. Cardenas Pedro Castaneda, Jr. Roberto Castaneda Joseph Harry Castellano Guillermo Javier Cavazos Jose Luis Cavazos Beatriz Eugenia De La Garza Alfredo G. de los Santos Cecilia M. Duran Francisco Juventino Flores, Jr. Cecilio Garcia Rogelio Cipriano Garcia Roberto Pablo Gomez Jesus Saldana Gonzalez Mario Alberto Gonzalez Sandra Irene Guerra Lilia Gutierrez Abraham Kazen Maria Estela Leyendecker Ramon Martinez Richard G. Morales Jr.. Gerardo Thaddens Murillo Mary Alice Navarre Andres Ramos Jr. Mary Claude Reyna Wenceslao Rodriguez, Jr. Graciela Estela Rogerio Armandina Ruiz Billy Salinas Claudio Salinas Roberto Ignacio Salinas Anita Sanchez Toribio Julio Saucedo Mercedes Dee Shields Marilyn Beth Torchin Alfredo Trevino, Jr. Humberto J. Varela Juan Manuel Vasquez Aimee Verduzco Humberto Villarreal Jose Angel Villarreal Front Roie: De La Garza, Ruiz, Navarro, Guerra, Rogerio, Reyna. Second Rote: G. Cavazos, Martinez, Flores, Trevino. Third Rim: M. Gonzalez, J. Gonzalez, P. Ca.taneda, H. Villarreal, J. Cavazos. Page 391 ill ! Front Row: Mattiza, Bryan, Kincaid, Dunn, Freeman, Wallace, Green, Roberts, Harris, Sharp. Second Row: Smith, Rigflby, Conwill, Clark, Stafford, Fisher. Third Rou Minter, McClendon, Garrison, Way, Sticksel. LITTLE SISTERS OF MINERVA Little Sisters of Minerva is a national honorary organ- ization sponsored by Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. The purpose of the organization is to give recognition to those girls on the University campus who have demonstrated their loyalty and enthusiasm to the Texas Rho Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. The Little Sisters work to promote the fra- ternity functions. They decorate for parties, act as hostesses and give ideas and criticisms that would help the fraternity. The Sisters served as hostesses for mothers of members who attend Dads ' Day Weekend and Homecoming. They worked with the fraternity in planning Minerva Weekend for the mothers in the spring. An important aspect of activity was service to the com- munity. At Christmas the girls gave a party at the Pan- American Center in East Austin for kindergarten children. In the spring they sponsored an Easter-egg hunt. OFFICERS Fall Spring JANET GAIL WALLACE President KRISTIN KATHARINE WAY MARGARET KEITH CONWILL Vice-President AMANDA KATHERINE KINCAID SUSAN JOSEPHINE MATTIZA Secretary-Treasurer ANNE BRYAN MARY KATHERINE SMITH Social Chairman CAROL JANE FREEMAN BETSY LUCINDY ROBERTS Historian BETSY LUCINDY ROBERTS Public Relations MARY NELL STICKSEL HOMER GARRISON, III Chapter Sponsor HOMER GARRISON, III MRS. SAM R. MURPHY Sponsor MRS. SAM R. MURPHY MRS. J. ADOUE PARKER Sponsor MRS. J. ADOUE PARKER merci aid and i nieinl H Dai- event speak ' Da- year ' s presic Marti able a MEMBERS . Anne Bryan Gail Elizabeth Clark Margaret Keith Conwill Margaret Donaldson Dagmar Dow Dunn Martha Dalrymple Fisher Carol Jane Freeman Gretchen Ann Green Constance Ann Harris Amanda Katherine Kincaid Susan Josephine Mattiza Page 392 Lenox Dare McClendon Martha Minter Susan Jean Rigsby Betsy Lucindy Roberts Nancy Ann Sharp Laura Ann Shuford Mary Katherine Smith Donna Lee Stafford Mary Nell Sticksel Janet Gail Wallace Kristin Katharine Way LONGHORN FLYING CLUB On the ground instruction led to solo-flight The Longhorn Flying Club offers University students the opportunity of learning to fly at a cost of half the com- mercial rate. The flying club centers its activities on campus and at Ragsdale airport where on the ground instruction and qualified in-flight instruction are combined to enable members to become solo pilots. The major club activity this year was the Texas Aviation Day Fly-In and Flight Forum on November 21, 1964. This event attracted amateur pilots from all over the state. Major speakers included Major General Joseph D. Caldara, Pres- ident of the Flight Safety Foundation and William J. Schulte, Assistant Director of the Federal Aviation Agency. David M. Thomas, president of the club directed this year ' s activity while William Hubert Craig served as vice- president, Fain McDougal, secretary; and Gayle Patrick Martin, treasurer. Mr. Bob L. Crutchfield was the group ' s able advisor. Louis Courtney Abernathy Edward Fales Alexander Clay Willis Allen, III Carlos Avila Randal Allen Bailey Jack Lawson Baker Charles M. Bardwell John Edmund Bartlett Richard Reagan Beeson Barry Allen Berisford William John Bernard Sue Evelyn Blackburn Jimmy Don Blair John Wolfgang Braeutigam Daniel R. Brainard Thomas J. Bright James Ernest Brock Rex Brown, II Saeed Hussain Buraiky Waller Thomas Burns Ben Chandler Cadenhead Richard Darby Caldwell Chester Mark Cedars Stanton P. Champion Doyle Leroy Coatney Steve Thomson Cochran John E. Collins H. Frank Connally William R. Cook William Hubert Craig Nancy Elizabeth Crouch Robert Hamilton Cuyler John William Dalton Bill Augustus Daniel, Jr. D. Stone Davis Steve C. Davol Richard M. DeGeurin Edward John Denis William James Donovan Arwin A. Dougal James Dwight Dow William McComb Dunwoody Dale Nick Dynis Robert Dennis Fletcher Davis Lee Ford John Guthrie Ford Daniel Benjamin Freundlich Jonathan S. Fruchter John Moody Gee Grover Joseph Geiselman Oscar Newell Goode, Jr. MEMBERS Gary William Graham Edgar Darron Granger Jack Donelly Gray Robert Todd Gregory John C. Gries Robert Charles Grosjean Paul B. Haring William Tremaine Head, Jr. Alan Charles Hedges Fred C. Herber, Jr. William M. Hicks John P. Hill Ned Sweeney Holmes William Cecil Horton Gerald Marvin Hurley Ralph Semmes Jackson John William Jones, Jr. Laura Jeanne Kassos John Wilson Kelsey Larry Parks King Joe Eckley Kirk, Jr. Robert Carter Kline Roy Rankin Krezdorn Charles Allison Kuper, Jr. Royce Eugene LaNier William G. Lawhon Raymond A. Lewis Jack D. Liston, Jr. Jack L. Lord Jack Edward Love William Lan Lutz Richard Tracy McCarrol Joe Neal McClendon Fain McDougal, Jr. Eugene Harmon McFaddin Harry Thomas McMaster Milton Ray McMurrey Max M. Marosko Dan H. Marshall, II Gayle Patrick Martin Thomas Alonzo Martin John Herbert Matthews Howard W. Mays, Jr. Louis Scott Meharg James Philip Mockford Richard Wesley Moncrief Fred E. Mooney Mimi Ann Muldrow David Stanford Murphy James Norris Neill Edwin Bewick Nettleton Michael Robertson Parker Samuel Reader Pearson Thomas B. Pederson David Perry James Bruce Perry Jimmy Phillips, Jr. John R. Phillips Michael M. Phillips Jerome Sanders Pierson Stanley Monroe Poer Robert S. Poston James B. Pruitt Bobby Ritter Charles Robinson Michael Allen Rountree Ronald Wayne Royer Karen Judith Ruble James Henry Sayles John Ernest Schade Betsy Martha Schwarz Nancy Coleman Scott Mary Frances Siedo Albert Olin Singleton John Frederick Skelton Edward C. Small Paul David Smith John R. Spencer John F. Steinbrecher Joe Allan Steph Dunklin A. Sullivan Charles William Tale F. Theodore Terry Ahmed Othman Thabit David M. Thomas Fred Purnell Thomas Earl Raymon Waddell, III Robert Michael Warner Woody Wilson Weir William James Wellman, II Elmer Herschel Whiting, III Joseph Cannon Whittington Clarence Donald Williams Robert Squire Williams Sam Williams J. Bruce Willis Robert William Wolters David P. Woodfin Wallace Boies Woodlief Edward Alan Zidd Peter Leon Zidd Left to right: Crutchfield, McDougal, Craig, D. Thomas, C. Martin. Page 393 NEWMAN CLUB OFFICERS President First V ice-President Second V ice-President . . . Third V ice-President Public Relations Director Faculty Sponsor JULIO R. AGUILAR JAMES JOSEPH TRUCHARD . . . MARY ISABELLE NAVAR ADRIENNE MARIE KUCERA JOSEPH WILLIAM HAYDEL . . . . JOHN EDWARD BREEN MEMBERS Julio R. Aguilar Gerardo A. Aguirre Gayle Louise Aicklen Reynaldo Alaniz Steve E. Alcala Mary Rose Almazan Paul Anaejionu Robert Dimilri Andron Kay Arnold Maria Catalina Arosemena John Harold Ayers Johanna Frances Bannon Gregory Barrios, Jr. Kathryn Mary Bartosh Paulette Gwen Bauer Val Bazaco, Jr. Theresa Ann Beaman Cynthia Ann Benecke Stephen Louis Bernardoni Dennis Mark Biediger David Eugene Boenisch Mary Ann Boyd Arthur John Brender, Jr. Mary Nora Brown William Stephen Bugna, Jr. Mike E. Buquoi Elizabeth Claire Burda Laura C. Burns Frances Ann Buxkemper Linda Lee Cafferty Rudolph Gallardo Cantu Christine Marie Carlson Daniel T. Castillo Charles Albert Caughey William Michael Chaffee Jerome Paul Charba Donald Thomas Cheatham Jean Marie Christian Nancy Marie Chude Michael Anthony Cicero John Henry Clark Carol Ann Clayton Paula Colletti Sam Colletti Barbara Louise Comtskey Christopher Neal Commons Joseph O ' Brien Conti Russell Carlton Cykoski Allen C. Daehne, Jr. Charles Ross Daly Thomas Braden Daly James Robert Darnell, Jr. Donna Lynne Denn Mary Lorene Dennis Gail Rose Depine Romulo Liberio Diaz, Jr. Shirley Ann Dinhobl Nancy Jean Dlabaj Mary Ann Dorotik Bernard Francis Duck, Jr. Patricia Marie Dutton Mary Anne Dybowski Kathleen Edwards James Everett Embry Bobby Gene Estrada Vidal Falcon, II! Marcia Nancy Fife Susan Theresa Finger Susan Ann Fischer Doris Jean Fisher George Matthews Fleming Walter S. Fletcher Louis Joseph Fohn Carol Marie Foster Larry James Foster Susan Carol Franklin Robert Joseph Franzetti Roy Sylvester Gabryl, Jr. Patricia Mary Gallagher Heidi Marie Gerchsheimer Marilyn Sue Gier John Martin Gilmore, Jr. Alberto Alvino Gonzalez Catherine Regina Gordon Betty Goss James Clements Graves Christopher-Andrew Grosse Robert Louis Gully Richard Stephen Hall Art Hamilton Laurence Kenneth Hannon, Jr. Clarence Norman Hansen Linda Gail Hargrave Joseph William Haydel Carolyn Jean Henzler Nicolas Rene Hernandez Robert E. Heuse Michael John ' Hickey Arthur Sylvan Hicks Vincent Bell Hirsch Elizabeth Anthony Hlavaty Nikolaus Adam Holzschuh John Howard Hopkins Nancy Ann Hormachea Diane Gayle Horn Sherri Jean Horton Lee Hudson Stephen Peter Hufnagel Dorothy Ann Humphrey James F. Hunt Robert James Huston Richard Allen Janda Ronald Thomas Jennings Mary Ann Jerkofsky Larry Richard Jordan Bonnie Jean Kaminski foe Michael Kana Mary Louise Kapchinskie Agnes Marie Karlik Katherine Mary Kasten John F. Kelly, Jr: Michael Ryan Kelly James Joseph Kent Elizabeth Anne Koegl Mary Ellen Koros Ronald Anthony Kosler Lawrence Nicholas Kremer Katherine Lorraine Kronke Elizabeth Jean Kubiak Adrienne Marie Kucera Lawrence Edward Kulp Jane Marilyn Kunz Judith Irene Kutac Raymond Kent Lamb Eleanor Theresa Langfeld Thomas Edward Lane Raymond Robert Leal, Jr. Patricia Ann Lednicky Ethelyn Elaine Ledwig Elizabeth Ann Lehman Eddie Lehr William Stauro Leppard, Jr. Thomas Kent Lew Pamela Ann Long Joanie Marie Luckett John Craig MacFarlane Helen Marie Macha Peter Laurence MacKenna Judith Ann Malik Janet Cecilia Maloney Mary Anne Manuel Jerrold Jeffrey Markle Elaine Patricia Marach Albert Lee Martin George Gilbert Mathis Barbara Ann Mathison Philip Boles Matocha Peter Lee Maverick Glenn Preston McCarty, Jr. James Francis McClure Kathleen Mary McFadyen Michael Darrell McKay Elizabeth J-llla McKee Warren Pater McKenney, Jr. Joseph Bernard McNamara Judy Marie McNew Alicia Estela Mendoza Larry Earl Meyer Marvin Roy Mikeska, Jr. Bruce Pat Miller William Elaine Miller Nelson Nevil Molina Marie Louise Muecke Patricia Ann Munson Daniel Edward Murguia Lori Betancourt Murray Menton Joseph Murray, Jr. Mary Isabelle Navar Elizabeth Joanne Neilon William Joseph Neilon, Jr. Robert Leonard Nelson Mary Ann Nelson Nancy Lou ' Newkirk Thomas Joseph Niehaus Sidney David Nolan, Jr. Carla Jo Norton Susan Eileen O ' Brien Timothy Patrick O ' Connor John Frederic Olsen Jack Edward Ormand, Jr. Cynthia Adele Overbeck Gloria Jean Ozarchuk Don Arthur Pace, Jr. Jean Adele Palmer Jean Ann Panther Sandra Paulette Panzarella Henry Anthony Pavliska James Patrick Pearson Lois Rita Pekar Maria Josefa Perez James Eugene Perry Mary Ann Perry Robert Eugene Peterek Paul Russell Peterson Michael Vann Phelan Diana Gail Phillips Michael Bolton Phillips Robert Glenn Pope, Jr. Elizabeth Marie Pozzi Paula Marie Pribyl O ' Neil E. Provost Elizabeth Ann Quass Rene J. Ramirez Douglas Michael Rapstine Walter Rast, Jr. Georg anne Reinert Carol Ann Ritchie Teresa Mae Roberto Durvis Alan Roberts Sally Lou Roberts Kenneth Arthur Robinson Marcia Allen Roos Manuel George Resales, Jr. Gary Ronald Ruemping Armandina Ruiz Mary Margaret Rusael Gonzalo A. Sandino-Salledo Rose Mary Saunder Anna Jean Sc hat ten berg James Wayne Schlegel Robert Lawrence Schluter Larry Annond Seidel John Phillip Se vello Julia Fu Shaw Dayton Charles Sheridan, III Stephen Robert Shopoff Jose Laurencio Silva Mary Ellen Silva Lesley Mae Sims Charles Martin Slavik, Jr. David Russel Smith Edna Kay Smith Fred Ruben Soto Ernest William Spacek, Jr. Betty Ann Spampinato Allen C. Stansbury Jean Marie Stavinoha John Richard Stein Leslie Vida Stephen John F. Steinbrecher Nancy T. Stevens James Gladstone Stewart Mary Linda Stiles Beverly Marie Thiel Barbara Lynn Thompson Larry Gene Tischler Robert Charles Titerle Charles Haiold Toupa Frank L. Trevino James Joseph Truchard Tillie Ann Turanyik Virginia Ann Vajdos Jose Antonio Valdei Vicki Jean Vanderslice Catherine Jo Varga Joseph Andrew Varga Adela Antonia Vasquex Mary Ann Vincent John Alvin Voltin William Raymond Walsh Whitney Arthur Walsh Paulette Walter Barbara June Welp Wayne Charles Wendland Alice Sue White Joseph Edward White Jerome Paul Wiesner Barbara Lynne Williams Barbara Jo Wilson Rebecca Josephine Wittenburf Michael George Wood Connie Ray Wright Angela Ximenes Rosemary Lee Zoeller Mary Alice Zrubek Front Rote; Hudson, Langfeld, Bartosh, IVkar, Franklin, O ' Brien, Kucera, Overbeck, Panzarella, Bannon, Vincent, Stiles, Kubiak, M. Perry, Edwards, C. Foster. Navar. Second Row: Gordon, Stavinoha, Dinhobl, Sims. A. Vasquei, Falcon, Resales, McKee, Perez. Muecke, Dybowki, Burda, A. White, Turanyik, Bauer, Kunz. Third Row: Zoeller, McFadyen, Maloney, Clayton, Zrubek. Jerkofsky. Kaminski. D. Phillips. Henzler, C. Varg . Karlik, Schattenberj, Thompson, Benecke, Spampin- ato. Fourth Row: Dorotik, Hargraves. Gerchsheimer, Lednicky. Fife, Kronke. Long. Depine, Reinert. Boyd, Chude, Kutac, Welp. P. Colletti, Christian, fifth Row: Boenisch. Croate, Hicki. Wendland, Seidel, Martin, Smith, Contl. Brender, Wood, D. Roberts, Cheatham, Haydel, Gully, Kloetel. Sixth Row: Truchard, Gilchrist, Trevino, W. Neilon, Holt, W. A. Walsh, Kaija, Slavik, Molina, Cilmore. Lane. Mrr, Charba, Hall, McNamara, Ayeri. Darnell. Seventh Row: AguiUr. Embry, Huston. Lamb, W. Miller, J. Perry, Lew, Tlterlr, Hunt, Anaejionu, Hickey, Hernandez, Daehne, Leppard, Lehr, Fohn, Holzschuh, Alcala. Page 394 Uc _ THICH.UID km E feat w BEEB ,5 . ttt I : Spilt. P I ill ta An ' liU front floio: Thabit, Jazzar, Rasliid, Mashat, Anber, Robaishy, AI-Rashid, baby Muna M. Dahman, Hamdan, Wehaibi, Sliuman, K. Khalaf. Khoilry, Shalabi. Second Row: Hafez, Touiki, Nahdi, AkkaJ, Aliki, Madani, Yahya, Joumoi, Natto, Buraiky, Al-Tourah. Third Row: El-Mezawie, A. Khalaf, Ismail, Dakhil, Ami, Al- Nasrallah, Abudawood, Athel, Al-Rawi, Dahman. ORGANIZATION OF ARAB STUDENTS GREATER TEXAS CHAPTER The Organization of Arab Students is a social and cultural organization established to further good relations between the Arab students and the American students. The OAS works continually throughout the year among its own mem- bers and in Austin to reach this goal. Their tutoring pro- gram conducted in Arabic is aimed at helping its members to fully understand the classwork offered at the University. In Austin the OAS sends lecturers upon request to area churches, schools, and civic groups to give these groups information for a better understanding ef the Arab world and its affairs. OFFICERS Socials keep the Organization closely in contact. Frequent dinners featuring authentic Arabic food and entertainment highlight the year. The major social event is Scheherazade. At this dance the Scheherazade queen is presented, the girl who, by tradition, is charming enough to rival the legendary queen who saved her own life by telling tales of wonder for 1001 nights. These activities are aimed at maintaining a home culture among the Arab students while working toward understand- ing with American students. President NASSER IBRAHIM AI.-RASHID Vice-President MOUTAZ CHICHAKU Secretary ANWAR OMAR Treasurer SAEED HUSSAIN BURAIKY Publicity Chairman HISHAM QADDUMI Social Chairman KHALED MAKIYA Sport Chairman NABIL JAMALEDDIN Advisor GAIL R. DAVIS All Abedlsalam Hussein Hassan Abudawood Ahmed Adasani Ruwaid Ahmed Akkad Ali H. Al-Hamad Hussin Mohsen Al-Harthy Nader Al-Husni Saleh Rasheed Aliki Sabri Zeiter Al-Maini Khalid M. Al-Najjar Sulaiman Al-Omani Nasser Ibrahim Al-Rashid Othman A. B. Al-Rawi Sultan Al-Somali Jasim Wahab Al-Tourah Faysal Abdulhameed Anber Saleh Abdulrahman Athel Ziad Mardam Bey Saeed Hussain Buraiky Moutaz Chichakli Abdulkarim Ahmad Chmaitelli Mohamed Naman Dahman MEMBERS Fahd Hamid Dakhil Abdulaziz Reshaid Doghaither Atef M. Gawish Abdul Aziz Gwaiz Yousif H. Hamdan Bakr Ali Ismail Nawfal Nouri Izzat Abdulla A. Jamal Nabil Jamaleddin M. Omar A. Jazzar Mustafa Miloud Joumoi Nabil Jundi Abdel Rahman Katami FatTii F. Khadra Ali Ali Khalaf Khalid Yousif Khalaf Abdulaziz Mohamed Khodry Ahmed Gitima Kushlaf Mahmoud Lababidi Abduljalil Abdullah Madani Khaled Makiya Saleh MarriJ Page 395 Mohammed Ahmed Mashat Mahdi Moosa Khalid Mukhaizim Khamis Amer Nahdi Mohammed Nassrallah Ibrahim Abbas Natto Zuheer Sami Nihad Anwar A. Omar Hisham Qaddumi Mohammed M. Rashid Zainal Ali Reza Soleman Seleh Robaishy Abdulrahman A. Saati Mishari Sabih Yusuf Hasan Shouhayyid Musallam Nassar Shuman Alwin Lea Smith Ahmed Othman Thabit Ahmed Yousef Tourki Suliman Hamza Wehaibi Taha Mohammed Zaghmout SOUTHERN BELLES The Southern Belles of Kappa Alpha Order is an honorary organized locally in May, 1964, to serve Kappa Alpha Order loyally and in a manner characteristic of Southern womanhood. The Belles serve the KA Order by decorating for parties, by acting as hostesses for the various social events, and by acting as big sisters to KA pledges. As a newly organized organization the Belles spent the fall semester in focusing upon their aims and goals and in evaluating the activities open to the organization. They worked with the pledges in coordinating the social and academic life of the pledge for a more successful freshman year at college. They also served as hostesses for the pre- football buffets held throughout the fall. In the spring the Belles worked on their service project and served as hostesses for the KA alumni coffee held in March. The spring was also highlighted by preparations for the annual Old South Ball. Leanne Gilbert served as president for Southern Belles. Molly e McDowell Bell served as vice-president; Carolyn Frances Lewis, secretary-treasurer; and Mary L. Roshton, sergeant-at-arms. Mrs. Worrell Combs, Kappa Alpha house- mother, served the group as sponsor. MEMBERS Nancy Ruth Archer Mollye McDowell Bell Suzanne Davies Kaylene Foerster Leanne Rhiener Gilbert Carolyn Frances Lewis Nancy Lee Webb Jean Bigham Lykes Mary Ellen Shields McStay Denise Newberry Cynthia Jean Pierce Mary Lou Roshton Willedee Thomas FALL PLEDGES Laura Dean Ford Sarah Ann Hartman Mickey Reed Moody Nancy Coleman Scott Kneeling: Lykei, Scott, Thomii, Oavief, Htrtmin, Ford, Webb, Archer. Sealed: Combl, Lewll. Stondini: Roihton, Bell, Gilbert, McSuy. Foenter. Page 3% TEJAS CLUB Tejas Club was organized in September, 1925, for the purpose of promoting scholarship, leadership, and fellowship among its members. The Tejas Club realizes that education is the primary purpose of the student at the University and provides an intellectual atmosphere in which the student can mature mentally. It provides an environment conducive to the development of leaders and is the type of organization which attracts leaders. The leaders it produces serve both the Univer- sity and the community. To satisfy the social desires of its members, the Club has regularly scheduled parties and other social gatherings. Tejas Club is also popular among many non-members who enjoy family style meals regularly along with the members. Membership is extended by a unanimous vote of the Club, and all male students who exhibit above average ca- pability for scholarship and leadership are eligible to be con- sidered for membership. This year ' s activities included a steak fry and initiation held near Wimberly, Texas. The Club also heard speakers including Dr. George W. Hoffman of the Geography depart- ment and Richard Dugan from the Peace Corps. Tejas was led this year by the Xinesi. or president. Lloyd Edward Allen. Other officers included Henry Howard Baade, vice-president; Thomas Walton Leonard, secretary; David Dunagan Grimland, business manager: and James Everett Key, Editor of Trails oj Tejas. MEMBERS Lloyd Edward Allen Henry Howard Baade, Jr. John Brooks Bradley, Jr. Max Brown, Jr. Chester Mark Cedars Paschel Lee Church Thomas Braden Daly Charles Clay Doyle David Reginald Durham Lawrence Louis Germer David Michael Gregory David Dunagan Grimland Herbert William Henry Arthur Furnian Isbell, II Anthony Charles Jung Jim Kamrath Billy R. Karrh Larry Joe Kennedy James Everett Key, II Bruce Arthur Kowert Daniel D. Kubin George T. Langdon, Jr. Thomas Walton Leonard Gregory Lipscomb Larry Douglas Long Travis Charles Meitzen, Jr. Jack Hamilton Morris Glenn Burke Musgrove Kenneth C. Nietenhoefer Larry Ewing Phillips Paul Marquis Quinton William Clinton Reagan James Allen Sanders, Jr. Michael David Sandgarten James Shelby Sharpe David Lee Shull Joe Alan Shull Wayne Maxwell Shull Scott Murray Smith Richard John Van Steenkiste Jerry Wayne Whitten Perry Dwayne Whitten NEW MEN George Lowell Clayton Mark Mundy Cleaves Thomas Marion Hagan Donald Lee Jones Harry William McFarling Paul Marquis Quinton Gary Clifton Shaw Top Row : Allen, Baade, Bradley, Brown, Cedars, Church, Clayton, Daly. Second Row: Doyle, Gregory, Grimland, Hagan, Henry, Isbell, Jones, Jung, Kamrath, Karrh. Third Row: Kennedy, Key, Langdon, Leonard, Long, McFarling, Meitzen, Morris, Musgrove, Nietenhoefner. Fourth Row: Phillips, Rragan, Sanders, Sandgarten, D. Shull, J, Shull, W. Shull, Van Steenkiste, J. Whitten, P. Whitten. Page 397 i YOUNG REPUBLICANS Pam Calk prepared for YR Hootenanny, an annual club function. The University Young Republican Club is the largest college Young Republican Club in the nation, counting 1,300 students in its membership. It is designed to educate its members and to provide training and experience so they may become active, useful citizens. The Young Republican Banner, the club ' s monthly news- letter, and newspaper and magazine files in the Union office are the primary means of education. Training and experience come from the active participation in the political campaigns, in poll tax drives, and in volunteer work in Travis County and state headquarters of the Republican party. This year ' s activities included the annual Conservative Hootenany held this year at Zilker Park. The get-together featured refreshments and updated folksongs and a con- temporary emphasis. Other activities included a statewide 1 Leadership Seminar held in Austin in January for Texas YR ' s and the State Convention in March hosted by the local or- ganization. Noted speakers included Senator Barry Goldwater, Senator Carl Mundt, Senator John Tower, and George Bush, candidate for the Senate. Monthly programs featured debates with the University Young Democrats as well as discussions of state and national issues. This year ' s discussions have covered redistricting, medicare, and parimutuel betting. OFFICERS Banner Editor THOMAS ANTHONY QUINN President JAMES NEILL WILKERSON Executive Vice-President LYNN NETTLETON HUGHES Associate Vice-President . . . JANICE CATHERINE FREEMAN Secretary LlNDA ELISE SHERRILL Treasurer BRAXTON H. THOMASON, JR. Operations Director RICHARD DEAN PFISTER Executive Board: Place One . . . CHARLES ALBERT OLIVER Executive Board: Place Two RAY MICHAELS Executive Board: Place Three . . DANIEL WHITE SHIEDER Young Republicans took an active part in the youth rally at Barton Springs. Quion, WUkenon, Hiifhei. Thomuon. Stated: Pfiiter, Olirer, Freeman, Shcrrill. Page 398 PROFESSIONAL AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERS MEMBERS The American Association of Architectural Engineers gives students in architectural engineering the opportunity to meet with prominent men in the professional field and to become better acquainted with the varied activities of the practicing architectural engineer. Meetings, held twice monthly, featured guest speakers and included Dr. Arturo Ordonez, Doctor of Engineering at Monterrey Technological Institute, Monterrey, Mexico; Dr. Ned Burns, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering at the University; and Clark Craig, who spoke on " The Opportunities in Architectural Engineering " . Other activities included participation in the University intramural athletics program and a spring banquet and awards presentations to the outstanding sophomore, junior, and senior students. Officers of AAAE were Harry Leonard Jones, president; Knute Lewis Dietze, vice-president; Don Whiteman Creager, secretary; David Sims Hill, treasurer; and Thomas June Melton and John James Reding, publicity co-chairmen. The faculty sponsor was David Wayne Fowler, Assistant Pro- fessor of Architectural Engineering. Forrest Alex Andrews Richard Fred Arnold Glenn Barclay Baker Walter Clarkson Bowman, Jr. Thomas Oswell Brightman Gerald Lee Brownlow Horace Lee Crawford Don Whiteman Creager James Robert Darnell, Jr. Knute Lewis Deitze Walter Johns Denby Richard Clark Donehoo Da vid Curtis Duvall Carl Eugene Etheredge Bill T. Glass Skipper Cole Good John Franklin Greer Terry Duion Gross Henry Grady Guest, Jf. David Sims Hill Harold Wayne Hill Melvin Goldstein Jackson, Jr. Harry Leonard Jones Ronald Norman Macon William Thomas McClanahan Thomas June Nelton Gary Joe Nelson Benjamin Herbert Nichols Floyd Louis Oliver, Jr. Douglas Starks Porter, Jr. Rawleigh Terrell Reagan John James Reding Herbert Kenneth Rigsbee, Jr. Daniel Lewis Schodek Lawrence Richmond Schmidt Wayne Arvon Speir James Howard Stephens Michael Thompson Paul George Wachter, Jr. Gary Dwayne Wessels Lawrence Riley Williams Front Row: Fowler, Speir, Rigsbee, Glass. Porter, Crawford, Jone . Second Row: Darnell, Creagcr, Duvall, Macon, Nichols, Good, Wessela, Schodek. Third Row: Guest, D. Hill, Brightman, Reagan, Brownlow, Andrews, Donehoo, Dietze. Page 400 Front Row: Earhart, Wilson, Baird, Watkins, Hayslip, Kadjar, Beard. Second Row: Rudolph, Conrad, Doencgs, Arnold, Donoghue, Stone, Sullivan, Thomas, Taylor. Third Row: Waterston, Blackwell, Bean, Levy, Chilcutt, Giddens, Bellamy. AMERICAN FINANCE ASSOCIATION The American Finance Association is dedicated to im- proving the knowledge of its student members concerning finance by giving them the opportunity to see how business and economic theories are applied to business situations. The Association also provides the opportunity for finance faculty members and finance students to become acquainted. Leading speakers presented to the group during the past year included J. W. McLean, President of the Texas Na- tional Bank of Commerce of Houston, and R. E. McGee, Senior Vice-President of Finance, Tennessee Gas Transmis- sion Company. These speakers prepared club members for the fall field trip to Houston where they visited the Texas National Bank. Tennessee Gas Company and American Gen- eral Life Insurance Company. A spring field trip and a club social event were included in spring activities. Finance club members were also able to take advantage of special interview opportunities opened particularly for m embers. The organization ' s officers were Joe Samuel Taylor, Jr., president; H. Sterling Drumwright, vice-president; Thad William Thomas, secretary; and Jim Leo Sullivan, treasurer. Winston C. Beard, Assistant Professor of Finance, was the faculty advisor. MEMBERS Vance Michael Arnold Edward Hudson Baird David Arch Baker Richard Ellis Bean Ronald Gene Bellamy James Lee Blackwell Jerry Glenn Brooks Barby Wayne Brunken James Edward Carter, Jr. Michael Wayne Gate Benny Jack Chilcutt Robert Kyle Cowan Robery Hamilton Cuyler Bill Augustus Daniel, Jr. Richard S. Donoghue H. Sterling Drumwright Charles Arthur Duncan Fred Earhart Merlin Chapman Findlay, III Michael Thomas Fitzgerald Paul Joseph Giddens Jack Doneley Gray Jerry H. Harmon Michael Ray Hayslip Frank Michael Jordan David M. Kadjar Roger Barry Lawhon John Frederick LeFlore Ben Michael Levy Gerald C. Lund Stephen Marius Mallia Donel Barry Mclnnis William Patrick McLean Paula Scott Richter Hamilton Paul Rogers, Jr. Susan Ruth Silvus Warner Edward Stone Jim Leo Sullivan Joe Samuel Taylor, Jr. Cordell Edward Thomas Thad William Thomas Tom Lee Waterston Edwin Tarry Watkins, Jr. Harry Brown Walters Jack H. Wigginton, Jr. Hoyet Wright Wilson Fred Zimmerman, III Page 401 The purpose of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics is to provide its members with an oppor- tunity to acquaint themselves with the various aspects of the aerospace field through presentations by technical personnel. Members have the opportunity to communicate with these technicians associated with the aerospace industry. The AIAA co-sponsored the Symposium on Space Tech- nology held on the University campus in the fall. The Symposium presented discussion of manned and unmanned space flight programs with an emphasis on problem areas still to be overcome for successful flight into space. In the discussions both military and civilian efforts were explored by men from spacecraft propulsion, astrodynamics, systems engineering and space medicine who all work in the area of space technology. Some of the outstanding speakers were Dr. Robert R. Gilruth, Director, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Manned Spacecraft Center, Hous- ton; Mr. J. H. Childs, Chief of Spacecraft Technology Division, NASA, Lewis Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio; Dr. Krafft A. Ehricke, Director of Advanced Studies, General Dynamics- Astronautics, San Diego, California; and Hubertus Strughold, Chief Scientist, Aerospace Medical Center, Brooke Air Force Base, San Antonio. AIAA officers were William Randolph Stapper, chairman; Larry Dean Kemp, vice-chairman; John Herman Sherrer, recording secretary; John Turner, corresponding secretary; and John Lindsey Whitesides, treasurer. John Conrad West- kaemper, Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering served as faculty sponsor. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF AERONAUTICS AND ASTRONAUTICS MEMBERS Gregg Herlong Averett Robert Carlos Baker James Henry Belt Richard Walter Benjamin Charles Edwin Blank William J. Bosch James Patrick Brady William Walter Braymen Bonnie Gayle Brooks Squire Lee Brown Leo Dean Burford John Kenneth Burton Michael C. Byrd Ken Warren Carroll Robert Wood Childs William Charles Cobb Charles Andrew Cofas Humberto J. Davila Charles Franklin Donham Robert Joseph Dorotik James Allen Doyle Charles Deward Easterwood James Everett Embry Ben Russell Eppright William Crawford Parish Preston Thomas Faykus Francis Warren Fees Ronald Phil Freeman James Edward Fritz Hector Garcia, Jr. Walter Bruce Gillette, Jr. Stanley Keith Gish James David Godfrey Henry Louis Gomez Lazarus Gonzales, Jr. Wayne Edward Gotsch John Wade Griffin Wesley Christian Hamff William Harry Harding Nolen Michael Hayden Jerry Clyde Hogan Don Kenneth Hollis William Robert Holmberg James Madison Johnson James Robert Kelsey Larry Kemp Maurice Graves Kennedy Carroll Stone Kirkpatrick Eugene Ervin Kluth Wqodrow Robert Kuhn Edmond Howard Lawrence William Frank Lenzer Carl Samuel Lenzo Robert Michael Lesseg Jay Mayne Lewallen Joel Simon Lissauer Jack Edward Loveless Robert Frank L ' Roy Howell Wesley Mann Richard Tewes Martratt James Harvel Mashburn William Timithy Mason Robert Michael Massey Lawrence Wayne Maxwell William McMillian Ellis Frank Morgan Phillip Eugene Moseley Jerry Neal Osborne Thomas Pederson Elvin Burnett Pippert Charles Raymond Pittman Thomas Lafayette Pool Richard Eugene Powe Robert Lisle Powell Edward Randolph Andres Ramos James Owen Rasor William Rister Joseph Charles Salvaggio Pete Salvato Jerry Dale Sanders Donald Fred Sattler Albert Fred ScMcade Bob Ewald Schutz Frederick David Sheffield Henry Joseph Sherrer John Herman Sherrer Gerald A. Shocket William Randolph Stapper Aubrey Lee Stratton Herbert James Sutherland Ted Jefferson Taylor James Lanning Thompson Charles Gene Vorhees Clinton N. Waggoner Donald Albert Wagner Richard Melville West Tom Edward Whitaker Floyd Otho White Robert Earl White Bobby Gene Whiteley John Lindsey Whitesides Richard David Whitlock John Wiley Wilkerson Marvin Willard Ernest Leroy Williams Jimmy Doyle Wilson Charles Joseph Zubarik Front Raw: Mashburn, Gillelte, Whileside , Supper, J. Sherrer, Doyle, Jones. Second Row: Smith, Morgan, Martin, Gonzales, Slratton, Liasauer, H. Sherrer. Third Row: Salvato Anderson, Burton, Godfrey , HOIMTI, Kirkpatrick, Hamff. Fourth Row: Kennedy, Armstrong, Pippert, Kay km, Hollit. Page 402 front Row: Langdon, Cenzer, La Nier, Watson, J. K. Williams, Shull, Hughes, Swallow, Slcelton, Saldana, McRae, Breig. Second Row: Philip Douglas Creer, Noyoh Mabry, Indorf, Daniels, Campos, Inglis, Bludau, Ritter. ]. F. Williams. Third Rom: Daly, Cox, Routh, Smith, Pollard, Stubblefield. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS The Student Chapter of American Institute of Architects was established to provide a transition into professional life. It is intended to help the student prepare himself for entry into the profession and to the Institute. Responsibility to the profession should be realized at an early point in each student ' s training. This realization takes the form of recognizing the greater benefit to the profession and to so- ciety which can be achieved by concerted and collective ac- tion on the part of all persons committed to architecture. Isolated and detached action on the part of individuals can accomplish little. A fundamental purpose of The Institute is to provide the framework for this collective effort. The chapter ' s activities during the past year have included a student forum on " How to Win and Influence Juries, " a lecture by George Bogart of the art department and a Round-Up Party. A retreat was held at the YMCA camp, Wimberly, with Karl Kamrath F.A.I.A. leading the dis- cussion on " organic " architecture. The chapter sponsored a tour of the Texas State Capitol Dome for all interested students. There were delegates from the chapter attending the Texas Society of Architects Convention in Dallas and the Tenth Annual Student Forum in Washington D.C. At the December meeting Israel Stein, a new member of the Archi- tecture Faculty, presented his thoughts on an approach to architecture. A very successful year was highlighted by a tour of San Antonio during mid-term. Architects O ' Neil Ford and Cyrus Waggner toured Trinity University, the Paseo Del Rio, the Hemisfair site, and the Mission San Jose with the chapter members. Fall OFFICERS WAYNE MAXWELL SHULL President . . JAMES KENNETH WATSON Vice President JEANNE KEITH WILLIAMS Secretary . . EDWARD LLEWELLYN HUGHES Treasurer . . RICHARD PROCTOR SWALLOW Faculty Advisor Garland Sadler Anderson Robert Eugene Ayers Ray Bedford Bailey Owen William Bludau Reuben Edward Bohnen Robert Sanders Bradley Ernest Richard Breig William Henry Butcher Omar Richard Campos Guillermo Javier Cavazos Edwin Allan Cook Billy Jerome Cox Thomas Braden Daly Carl Joseph Dalio Gerald W. Daniels, Jr. David Carl Denney Jerry Woodrow Duval Alan Feinberg Frank I. Genzer, Jr. Rankin Dee Glover Lisimahos John Govates Darla Jean Hartman Norman Perry Hatfield, Jr. John Bruce Heath MEMBERS Carroll Forrest Henderson Robert Arthur Herolz Edward Llewellyn Hughes Pinna Lee Indorf Curtis Lee Inglis, Jr. John David Jarrard Keith Karl Klein Craig Allan Kress George Tucker Langdon, Jr. Royce Eugene La Nier Ernesto G. Liebrecht Robert Smith Mabry Raymond Hance Martin Anthony Frederick Mayer Marvin Allen McCree John Malcolm McRae David Smith Minter David Lee Money Terry Martin Moor Benito Xavier Noyola John Anthony Perez John Peveto, II Charles Hardin Pollard Page 403 Spring ....... TERRY MARTIN MOOR OMAR RICHARD CAMPOS DARLA JEAN HARTMAN CARL JOSEPH DALIO RICHARD PROCTOR SWALLOW John Milton Powell Donald Magee Quinn Henry Howard Rayburn Kenneth Sherman Reaves Deen Erwin Ritter Donald Wayne Roberts Kenneth " Louis Routh Clark Raymond Rutledge Ata Ollah Safai Humberto Saldana, Jr. Wayne Maxwell Shull Kendal Kirk Stef fa John Frederick Skelton, III James Arthur Smith, Jr. Joe Lee Stubblefield Gerald Paul Stuyck Dale Morley Taylor Don Lee Tew Gary Allen Unger Michael Dale Utsey James Kenneth Watson Guy Leroy Wigington James Frederick Williams Jeanne Keith Williams AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS Front Row: Ueckert, Wiley, Helpinstill, A. Martin, Lawrence D. Christian, Cleme 3rown, Bankston, Huskcy, Kulilraan, Sebesta, Jones, Balcli Davidson. Second Row: Greene, S. Hooper, Wolle, Panzarella, L. Martin, Ingrain, Evelyn Phillis Johnson, Coburn, Bennett, Stratton, Meyer, Davis, Kirstcn, Moyers. Third Row: A. Kott, C. Kott, Leavitt, Hakala, Ziebell, Ponder, Lynch, Mahler, Ticer. Yates, Swanson, Stewart. Fourth Koui: Rester, Hoffman. Hill, Berniard, Moore Walker, Crosby, Heinemann, Kuebler, Seaman, Turner, Walker, Vale. Fifth Row: Mok, Spencer, R. Martin, Menn, Lewis, Woodrick, Cottle, Lew, Sims Jahnke Duncan, Orr, Witte, Bonner. The American Institute of Chemical Engineers is dedicated to the advancement of chemical engineering and to the maintenance of high professional standards among its mem- bers. Monthly meetings this year featured several speakers from industry. These speakers included Quintion Cobb from Fisher Governor Co., Dr. J. W. Morris from DuPont, Virgil A. Johnson from El Paso Natural Gas Company, and L. D. Christian from Humble Oil and Refining Com- pany. A.I.Ch.E. also published it? technical journal and submitted its exhibition to the Power Show sponsored by the Student Engineering Council. Officers for the last year were Carlton Roy Jones, pres- ident; Alton Edward Martin, vice-president; James Gordon Helpinstill, treasurer; Gary L. Kott, corresponding secre- tary; and Phillip Walter Davis, recording secretary. Dr. James Rush Brock, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineer- ing, served as faculty sponsor. to i lie! ri i 1 Jac Am to vile in the oh out hell in a 1 pre M rq Am -en MEMBERS F. Jorge Acosta-Conzales Othman Al-Rawi Louis Robert Anderson John Cameron Andrews Lloyd Elmer Balch Thomas Arthur Bankston Graham Kerr Barnes Morris Wayne Bennett Lewis John Berniard, III David Calhoun Bonner Lois Mary Broussard Fred Lewis Brown Philip Robert Bunch Kelly Morgan Clark John Ritchey Clayton John Charles Clements Stephen Parker Coburn Emerson Seymoor Conrad, Jr. Ronnie Jack Cottle William Lee Cox John Edwin Crosby, III Joseph Michael Davidson Marvin Burris Davis, Jr. Ronald Caradine Dipprey Hiram Ben Duncan Don Stewart Eden Victor Henry Estes Emory Laughton Ezell James Joshua Gibson, III John Alexander Gillette Jorge E. Gonzales-Soler Gary Loren Greene Larry Forman Greene Robert Cooper Haden Pete William Hakala Earl Marvin Halfen Frank Willard Heinemann James Gordon Helpinstill James Michael Hill Herman William Hoffman, Jr. Paula Kathryn Hooper Sidney Gates Hooper, Jr. Robert Gorham Huskey Bary Ben Hutsell Joyce Ann Ingram Tim Byron Jahnke Douglas Harold Jantz Carlton Roy Jones Robert Lloyd King, II Richard Albert Kirsten Alfred Tyrrell Kott Gary Lynn Kott Gerald Paul Kuehler Robert Phillip Kuhlman John H. Lourie Gary Lee Lawson Joel Stephen Leavitt Walter Lew Raymond Arless Lewis Charles Emil Loeffler Herbert J. Loesch Fred Welch Lowe Charles Ray Lynch Eddie Gene Mahler Rhalid Kadhum Makiya Alton Edward Martin Lynn Martin Robert Lindsey Martin Edward Ewing Maxey, IV Kenneth Wayne Mayes Kenneth Lowell Meisner Thomas Earl Menn Heinz Erich Meyer Clyde C. Meyers James Davis Miller Charles Siu-Lun Mok James Wilbern Moore James Wynn Moyers Gary Wayne Munson Sam F. Narvarte Clarence Arthur Niebuhr Terry Lee Orr John Edward Panzarella Robert Joseph Pesksa Michael Vann Phelan Jacques Emile Pirson Thomas C. Ponder, Jr. Gary Dennis Ragan Stephen Rester Keith James Ritchey Gary Dwane Roberts Johnnie Clifton Rutledge Victor Hank Schleider Michael Nye Schwendeman George Cook Seaman Edward Charles Sebesta George William Sedgwick, III Douglas Maurice Selman Bobby Gene Sims Newman Smith Ernest William Spacek, Jr. Olvis Ray Spencer James Howard Stanley Emory Clyde Stephens David Arthur Sterner James Dale Stewart Roy Taylor Stockman Charles Franklin Stratton Y. S. Suryanarayana Roy Joel Swenson Jesse Rogene Swim Jerry J. Taub John Palmer Terry James Ellis Ticer Bill Todd Claude Joseph Tondre, Jr. Michael Lucian Turner Edward Jerald Ueckert H. C. Vale Gustavo Vergarab Daniel Lloyd Walker Larry Ray Walker Samuel K. Wiley Anton Herbert Witte, Jr. Glenn August Weiss James Victor Woodrick Charles Ray Wolle Ronny Vonhoy Yates John Michael Ziebell Page 404 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF INTERIOR DESIGNERS The American Institute of Interior Designers is organized to enable members to become acquainted with professional expectations, ethics and practices through association with professional AIID members and professionals in the various fields related to interior design. Membership is based on scholarship and interest in the profession of interior design. Membership is limited to sophomores, juniors and seniors. The organization presented various speakers including Jack Wallace of Formica Inc., and Newton Whiles of the American Institute of Decorators, as part of their activities during the past year. Members of the AIID were in- vited to attend the state AIID meeting held in San Antonio in the spring. The campus AIID presented a display in the Texas Union of various activities of the organization and of some of the problems in design which had been worked out by design students. Late in the spring the organization held a banquet for its members featuring speakers presented in a round table discussion. The organization ' s officers were Marcia Jane Putegnat, president; Karal Kay Howard, vice-president; Benna Layne Askew, recording secretary; Bonnie Merle Messer, cor- responding secretary; and Elsie Everett English, treasurer. Anna Brightman, Associate Professor of Home Economics, served as the AIID ' s faculty sponsor. MEMBERS Andrea Valentine Anderson Benna Layne Askew Carolyn Susan Baker Mary Elizabeth Bell Nancy Louise Brown Alice Beryl Carss Mary Marguerite Carter Gladys Jo Ann Counihan Suzanne Davies Linda Jane Davis Elsie Everett English Katherine Elaine Etheredge Elizabeth Marie Gill Sharon R. Glass Dianne Hander Karal Kay Howard Paula Sue Ivey Sharon Lee James Jennie Marie Johnson Janice McNair Jordan Mary Donna Kennemer Lula Belle Maddox Donna Jean McNeil Heide Roeslein Meister Bonnie Merle Messer Marvin Jim Middleton Margaret Carter Montgomery Leslie Jane Nissen Barbara Ann Packard Cheryl Ann Pfluger Aubrilyne Preston Marcia Jane Putegnat Mildred Anne Redd Elizabeth Eugenia Richards Sandra Rounsaville Kathy Seale Suzanne Senevey Barbara Lynn Stone Paula Tollefs n Front Rote: Montgomery Pfliujer, Glass, Messer, Packard, Etheredge, Brightman, Brown, Davis, English, Redd, Gill, Putegnat. Second Row: Stone, Davies, Seale, Nissen, Kennemer, Askey, Meister, Preston, Senevey, Rounsaville, Hander, Carss, Counihan, Richards, Tollefson, Howard, Ivey. Page 405 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Fall HOWARD ERNEST COLLIER MICHAEL DAVID HUGH . . . JAMES CROZIER BROWN . . LANE ARVID ZUNKER JOSEPH FRANCIS MALINA . OFFICERS . . President . . y ice-President . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . Faculty Sponsor Spring . JAMES CROZIER BROWN JOSEPH V. REPA BARRY WADE ELLIS ROBIN PAUL SXAGG JOSEPH FRANCIS MALINA Thomas Alan Armstrong James Key Avera, Jr. John Lawrence Berkman, Jr. Donald Howard Bizzell Jesse Dewaine Bogard James Crozier Brown J. Stephen Carroll Howard Ernest Collier Richard Branton Daniel James Henry Duke, Jr. Barry Wade Ellis Jimmie Lee Farmer Bill E. Foulds William C. Garbade Noe Garza John Allen Gault Charles A. Guptill Hisham Hassan Hafez Floyd Arthur Haskett, Jr. Robert Louis Herndon MEMBERS Larry Duff Hibler Jack D. Holford James F. Horadam Michael David Hugh Glenn T. Johnson Monroe Wayne Jones Billy R. Karrh Abdel Rahman Katami John Young Keane Keith Allen Keller Glendel Clifton Lang David Dudley Laughlin Herman Gerhard Lehman, III John Chapin Lindlof Clarence Lee Littlefield Larry Douglas Long Larry Nuel Mack Murel James McGrath Jearl Preston Morris Robert Lewis Morriss Charles Morgan Pearre, III Clifford Neal Prescott Robert Terry Pribble J. T. Rankin John Blair Reber Joseph V. Repa Gerald L. Roberts Norman Jerry Scheel Willard Mac Smith, Jr. Robin Paul Stagg David Franklin Tankersley James Winston Thomas Harvey J. Treybig Lloyd Victor Urban Robert Edward Weirich James Robert Williamson David P. Woodfin Lane Arvid Zunker The University of Texas Student Chapter of ASCE is designed to help civil engineering students enrich their college courses by beginning those professional contacts and associations which, continued through life, are so valuable to the practicing engineer. ASCE participated in the annual Power Show, a major engineering event on campus. Throughout the year out- standing speakers were presented. Among the noted speak- ers were: Dr. Randal H. Wood, Dr. John E. Breen, Mr. Wayne Henneberger, Mr. S. I. Morris, Jr., and Mr. E. Jerry Dietrich. ASCE provided its- members with professional information, affiliation with national organizations, social activities, and a newsletter, the Bull Sheet. Front Row: Prmrmt. K.nkin, Bogard, Perre, Laughlin, Liltlefield, Morrii, Zunker, Hugh. Second Row: Brown, Repi, Elllf. Herndon, Lehman, Collier, Hukett, Welrlch. Third Rote: Sugf, Johnson, Scheel, M lini, Roberti, Duke, Hafez, Smith. Henry Ctorgf Jenyl JobE JoM .Win Joe Mi Mikel James M Curtis Curtis Charle kanfo Robert JEd David 1 Wi Atlea] Victor Page 406 Front Row: Short, William R. Upthegrove. Second Row: Jordan, Vogelsang, Baade, J. Hall, Dube, Holzaepfel, LaBauve, McCright, El-Khazen, Fendley. Maddox, Williams, Broome. Third Row: Sommer, Guerrero, Grant, Mansfield, Thompson, M. Wilson, Faetche, Wayland, Matthews, Grona, Daughtry, Hambright. Fourth Row: Lay, Madden, Willmann, Driscoll, Gates, C. Wilson, LeBleu, Canfield, Kellogg, Ayres, Taylor, Edwards. Fifth Row: Garden, H. Ramirez, Johnaon, Weathers, Ballard, Stuyck, Keast, Thomson, Waite, Whitworth, Lawton. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS OFFICERS Fall . Spring THOMAS HALE CANFIELD Chairman MAYNARD LEE WILSON JOHN RICHARD AYRES First V ice-Chairman ROBERT Louis VOGELSANG BEAUFORD CLAYTON DAUGHTRY . . Second Vice-Chairman JAMES ROBERT WAITE JAMES BRADLEY WHITWORTH Recording Secretary JAMES BRADLEY WHITWORTH MAYNARD LEE WILSON Corresponding Secretary MALCOLM CONLEY PERRY WILLIAM HENRY MAYER, JR Treasurer WILLIAM HENRY GRONA BYRON ELLIOTT SHORT Faculty Sponsor BYRON ELLIOTT SHORT MEMBERS Bryan Hobson Atwood, Jr. John Richard Ayres Henry Howard Baade, Jr. George Franklin Baker Jerry Lee Ballard John Edward Barton John William Bedenbender Arthur Henry Boice Joe Mack Bridges Eugene Franklin Broome James Douglass Brotherton Robert James Brown Thomas Hale Canfield Mike W. Garden James Edward Carter, Jr. Don William Casteter Curtis Mack Clark, Jr. Steve Morris Cohn Curtis Clarence Conrad Wayne Clyde Curington Charles Dalton Beaufort Clayton Daughtry, Jr. Robert Dayle Dewien Joe Edward D ' Olive David William Dorotik Lawrence Daniel Dorr ' Arlen Melbourne Driscoll Victor James Dube Richard Michael Eckenrod Benny Eugene Edwards Ragheb H. El-Khazen James Bruno Faetche Richard Joseph Fendley Jon Grant Ford John Gene Forister LeRoy Flynn Foster Terry Edwin Gish Timothy Ray Goldman Winston Douglas Goodrich Bobby Joe Grant William Henry Grona German David Guerrero Johnce Eugene Hall Robert Coolidge Hall Robert Neil Hambright Michael Douglas Haney Lash Devous Hansborough Mack Harrell Harris Lewis Harold Heininger, Jr. James Bryan Hicks Stanley Don Holzaepfel Cecil Lee Hunt, Jr. Edward S. Hyman, Jr. Jerry Max Jordan Kenneth Lee Johnson Larry George Keast Arthur Justus Kellogg James Franklin Kind Johnny Anthony Kopecky Arnold Arthur LaBauve, Jr. Fred Widney Lawton Johnnie Reed Lay Robin Boyce LeBleu Philip Charles Lewis B. Taylor Livingston Douglas Hardy McCaskill N. Harris McClamroch Manley Doyle McCright Robert Adalbert McLaughlan George Dennis Madden Vernon Lee Maddox, Jr. Edward Othro Mansfield Vernon Otto Markworth Gerald Nelson Matthews William Henry Mayer, Jr. David Lincoln Miller Jack Childers Gates, Jr. Richard Eugene Ober Douglas Alan Oldfield Patrick Marshall O ' Neill Paul Rick Oshman Jere Paul Parrish Malcolm Conley Perry Louis Elliott Pflughaupt Enrique G. Ramirez, Jr. Henry G. Ramirez Roy Dale Riewe John Reuben Ross Ibrahim Hassan Sadek Henry Robert Sebesta Bruce Lee Shearer Walter Frank Sommer, Jr. James Duncan Stuyck Fred Kent Taylor Cecil Martin Teller Clifford Lee Thomson Oland Dole Thompson Olin Ray Tiemann Gary Douglas Turner Glenn Jerome Vaughn Robert Louis Vogelsang James Robert Waite Kenneth Arthur Wayland Richard Elbert Weathers Olin Eric Weiss George Wells James Bradley Whitworth Robert Kincaid Williams Roger Wayne Willmann Claude Alan Wilson Maynard Lee Wilson Lowell Clark Wood Marcellus Young, Jr. Mario Zamora Page 407 Front Row: Cornick, Thaxton, Oliver, Askew, Cunningham, Cohn. Second Roto: Fairbend, Trube, Farquhar, Barrows, Willsey, B urges, Grimm, Brown, B. Smith, Ganc, Hagan, Neubauer, Alexander. Third Row: Ripper Schlosser, Abney, Laws, Ashmore, Hays, Sanders, Fields, Wester, Graham, Reveley, Anderson, Polk, Allen, Hebert, Reichert, Rothen. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Coffee, tea, doughnuts, and orange juice, on sale every morning in the Home EC Building is a service of the Home Economics Chapter. The sales are run by the members and the money helps to finance the year ' s activities. The major activity was the annual Texas Home Economics College Chapters Workshop, held this year at the Uni- versity. The theme of the workshop was " How Do You Measure Up " which stressed the role of leadership in home economics. Over 300 delegates from colleges of Texas and the Southwest attended. Speakers included Dr. Henry Bowman, University professor of sociology, and Miss Julia Hunter, president of the American Home Economics As- sociation. The other activities of the year included an annual spring style show featuring fashions made in home economics classes, a Christmas decorating party and tours of the campus provided for interested high school groups to in- form younger students about the careers in home econom- ics. The year was rounded out by a spring banquet which marked the initiation of senior members into the National Association. Georgia Ruth Oliver served as president this year. Other officers included Frances Pauline Cohn, first vice-president; Jane Gould Cornick, second vice-president; Leta Ann Thax- ton, treasurer, and Benna Layne Askew, secretary. Lorene Lane Rogers was senior sponsor and Bess Belle Caldwell was junior sponsor. MEMBERS Patty Louise Abney Pamela Gary Adkins Lila Nell Adler Cheryl Albers Rosalie Alexander Nancy Holden Allen Irma Jean Anderson Helen Marianne Ashmore Benna Layne Askew Martha Ann Baker Sarah Elizabeth Barrows Marylyn Elizabeth Barwick Barbara Kaye Boydstun Marilyn Kay Brittain Nancy Jane Brown Sara Broyles Bettie Lee Burges Irene Claire Buske Frances Pauline Cohn Judy Cole Jane Gould Cornick Jo Lynn Cunningham Sheila Kay Daniel Jarrie Dell Davis Nancy Etta Doss Janice Dougall Linda Kay Emerson Maxine Lamkin Enquist Anna Brightman Dorothy McCurdy Briley Sara Chaffin Brooks Patti Jo Fairbend Carolsue Farbman Rosemary Farquhar Janet Fay Fields Jo Mertred Franklin Betty Draper Ganc Karen S. Busby Gattis Judith Ann Ginn Janie Sue Glimp Carla Dee Graham Barbara Louise Grant Kenny Lynn Griffith Mary Louise Grimm Kathy Elaine Hagan Jimmie Lynn Harman Christina Elsa Haueisen Sandra Hays Cindy Ann Hebert Mary Joe Helm Ruth Danette Hill Barbara Anne Hindelang Kay Vera Holder Katrina Najeeba Horany Beverly Ann Hunter Anita Dianne Jackson Judy Kay Jackson Judith Ann Jarvis Caroline Ann Jenkins Joyce Annette Jones Mary Lark Kaskie Roberta Marie Knigge Margaret Christine Laws Maria Estela Leyendecker Karen Irene Lyons Constance Anne Marmaduke Martha Louise Martin Mary Lucile Martin Molly Aileen Mathis Merry Crawford Mayne Carolyn Marie McDonald Margaret Carter Montgomery Mary Elizabeth Montgomery Lyndia Kay Morton Jacqueline Marie Neubauer Georgia Ruth Oliver Anna Lee Parks Glenda Lucile Patton Patricia L. Peacock Janis Lee Polk Judith Ratliff Kathryn Louise Feichert Sarah Beth Reveley Mary Letitia Reynolds Annette Ripper Suzette Rothen FACULTY MEMBERS Bess Belle Caldwell Anna Marie Caswell Billie Bishop Davenport Margaret Anne Eppright Mary Ernestine Goldmann Sallie Belli Moore Phyllis L. Richards Lorene Lane Rogers Doris Warden Sanders Martha Sue Schlosser Donna Marie Schneider Francille Helen Scott Jo Karen Selman Susan Shirley Kay Sinclair Martha Lena Sirman Barbara Lee Smith Susan Kaye Smith Judith C. Speed Jane Stevens Penny Ann Stillwell Leta Ann Thaxton Sally Sue Trader Inela Trevino Nancy McCullough Trube Adela Antonia Vasquez Carol Ann Volz Edna Robinson Welch Janis Catherine Wester Sharon Gayle Wheeley Carolyn Cudd Wilkerson Marion Lynila Willsey Jerolyn Sue Wilt Jean L Wong Glenda Sue Young Louise W. Snider Fem E. Staggs Lois Lammert Tant Page 408 INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS The officers studied the IEEE project being prepared for the Power Show. Thomas Axel Anderson Alan Mihran Arabian Albert Washington Baird Gilbert Lowell Baker Richard Stuart Barr Gary Lynn Beran James Thomas Billings James Thomas Billups Jr. Sammy Eston Blalock John E. Bochl Telva J. Boehm Charles Stevens Bohmfalk Jerry L. Bowers Louis Kohl Brandt, Jr. Oran Brigham, Jr. Eric N. Broline Thomas C. Browning Louis Edward Bryant, Jr. Dale Clay Bullough Jerry Don Burrow Robert Randolph Caddel Billy Dan Carroll Jose Arnoldo Canales Kenneth Randolph Castleman Abdul Karim Ahmad Chmaitelli Monty Rollin Codling Jimmy Earl Coe Thomas Stephen Collins George Smith Cook William R. Cook Howard Merritt Cornell Gene Arthur Cox John K. Croisant Gary Lynn Crow Harold Dean Cubley John L. Danner Ralph Charles Danysh David Michael Darsey Carroll Thomas Dawson James Elliott Deans Adolfo De La Garza, Jr. Jerral Walter Derryberry Jon Michael Detlefsen Edwin W. Dittrich Donald Robert Dolezalek Richard Shelley Durham Mark Andrew Ellisberry Steven Samuel Ezon John EH Franks, III Jonny Edward Ferguson Gerry L. Fulmer Robert Eugene Gardner James Reynolds Garner Thomas H. Garner Thomas J. Gentry, Jr. Steven Carl ton George John Carl Ghormley Clyde Clendell Goodnight Earl Douglas Gilmore Neil Edwin Cower Burl Paul Guyton Augustin Gutierrez David Grissom Dale Ralph Harbison Frank C. Harris Donald Whitesell Hartman Dale Robert Hayden Jimmy L. Head The Power Show put IEEE in competition with other campus engineering groups which vied for top honors for their exhibit. MEMBERS Wayne Lamar Heintschel Daniel Edward Herron Grady Joseph Hilton Edwin James Hocker, Jr. Henry George Holcomb Suzane Holmes Jon Dale Horton Tamar Husseini Edwin Keith Jackson Harvey Lynn Jeane John William Jones, Jr. Neil Brent Karlskind Lee E. Kinard William Donald Koenig Charles Elbert Laird, Jr. James Leonard Landrum, Jr. William Harrison Landry Fred William Langner Charles Edwin Lauderdale John Raymond Leatherbury, Jr. Samuel James Levine Charles Wilson Lindsey, HI William Mac Lingo, Jr. Warren Neilson Lipscomb, Jr. Edward Wilson Locheed, Jr. Ronald Leon Loper James Dale Lovell Don D. Luttrell Henry C. Lynn John Clifton Magness Dan H. Marshall, II John Hudson Matlock Roy M. Matney, II Christopher Lovell May William L. Mays. Jr. James Robert McComba Joe Harry McFatter, Jr. Robert Hughes McGhee Ernest Grady McGonogill Travis Dean McPherson Charles Ray Melear Douglas Ernest Mierl, II Gene M. Miertchin Robert Ivan Moles Joseph Paul Molesvich Paul Richey Moore Wayne R. Ocnaschek Wiley S. Olsen John Duncan Osburn Nelson Anthony Pacheco Samuel Reader Pearson Robert George Pillittere Jimmy Dale Polozeck Thomas Gordon Price, Jr. Tony Merl Quisenberry Charles David Ray Gerry Williams Reams David Frank Rhode Chester Hamlin Rugeley, Jr. Edbardo Teodulo Ruiz Charles Alan St. Clair David Melvin Sanders Pearce Milton Schaudies Gary William Schoen Bobby Joe Schramek Michael Thomas Shay Kenneth Armstrong Simmons Robert D. Simpson Jay Dickey Smith Louis James Smith, Jr. David Bryon Spratt Donald F. Stafford Albert Irwin Stancliff Jess Leland Stanford Charles Andrew Thompson Lee Thompson Lewis Arnold Thompson Jerry Wayne Thornell Tewfic Hanna Toubassi Robert Norris Trapnell, Jr. Robert Dwayne Trower Clinton William Uhr, Jr. Carl Wayne Van Ryswyk Malcolm Ellsworth Vaughan Rogers Steve Vaughan Humberto Villarreal, Jr. Thomas E. Vyse James Terrell Walker Michael Eugene Warrick James David Warwick Thomas Lynn Waters Charles Michael Watson Frederic Weigl Charles Clifford White, Jr. David Gene Wiederanders Robert Alan Williams George Burdette Wright, Jr. Arthur Cleve Yenawine Michael Lee Young Paul Richey Moore, Recorder; Lewis Arnold Thompson, Secretary; Thomas Axel Anderson, S. E. C. Representative; John Hudson Matlock, Treasurer; Thomas J. Gentry, S. E. C. Representative; Jay Dickey Smith, Historian; Charles Wilson Lindsey, President; anil William L. Mays. Not pictured: Michael Lee Young, Pice-President; Alan Mihran Arabian, Secretary; Baxter F. Womack and Roy R. Kreidorn, Faculty Sponsors. Page 409 LONGHORN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION Front Row: Aileen Short, Recording Secretary; Peggy Joyce Nelson, Sweetheart, College of Pharmacy; Barbara Ann Nowlin, Treasurer; Marie Diane Brunson; Displays Chairman; Janet Hunt Hall, Corresponding Secretary; Byrle Willingham, Student Internship Chairman. Second Row; William Dwight Bartlett, By-laws Revision Chairman; Lewis Kenneth Smith, Parliamentarian; Alfred Bennie Klaus, Orientation Chairman; Bill D. jfobe, Faculty Sponsor; Tim VonDohlen, President; Ira Lelannd Young, Student Services Chairman; Joe Mac Tarpley, Publicity Chairman; Joe Gene Autry, Vice-President. MEMBERS Dana Gay Adams Susan M. Ahlers Joe Gene Autry Glenda J. N. Baltzer Lyngle D. Barnes William Dwight Bartlett Donald Dale Barton Sterlin E. Barton James Herbert Bates Nina McConnel Bates Richard Reagan Beeson Pamela Mae Benjamin Carl Max Bennett Otto Burke Berndt Uhlus Wayne Bethard Eugene Austin Biegert Sam Neal Blackstone, Jr. Jerry Lynn Bobo Walter Weldon Bond, Jr. James Thomas Boone Dennis Jefferson Bowles John Brooks Bradley, Jr. Jackey Ray Biadsher Jennifer Lynn Brown Jimmie Caleb Brown Marie Diane Brunson Willis Lemuel Bugg Henry Alan Bush Elwood Russell Caldwell Clarence Jefferson Cariker Ellis Preston Carmichae] Michael Dean Carrigan Rodney Michael Gate Juan Humberto Cavazos Naida Gail Cherry Nora Diane Clanton Thomas Allison Clark John Paul Collier Rosemary Gorman Roy Coronado Tim Ray Covington Albert Doyle Crews Bobby Gene Crisp Charles Gene Crumley Cathryn Lynn Culbertson Johnnye Earlene Cunningham Allen G. Daehne, Jr. Billy B. Daniel David Mackey Daniels Richard John Davis Harry Bob Day William Dolph Dildy Dallas Charles Dill Jane Reed Dillard Mildred Gay Dodson Stanley J. Donnell Clif W. Drummond Judith Kaye Duncan Julian C. Durst Sharon L. Durkin Otis Keith Dunavant Fred Andrew Ebel Carol Ann Edmondson Ronald Clinton Edwards Kenneth Duane Ellis Michael Duke Ellis John Douglas Estetter Stephanie Anne Evans John William Finch David Lynn Franklin William Sumpter Frazier Rodolfo Rene Galindo James Randall Galloway Jose Galvan Gloria E. Garcia James Lloyd Gauntt Jerry Joseph Gee Brenda J. S. Geiger John James Gibson Edwyn Irving Goldberg Ray Gonzales Alberto Alvino Gonzalez Teresita Gonzalez Manuel B. Guerra Robert Harold Gunn Janet Hunt Hall Joseph Haley Hall Don Hallmark James Bruce Hansard Louis Chris Heinemeyer John Helton Roger Ruben Hernandez Everett Allen Hodge Jack W. Holladay Walter Ford Hoke David Wade House Janet Claire Hunt Clark Houston Jackson Sammy Ray Johns James Alvin Johnson James Raymond Johnson David Joseph Jones Gary Dwight Jones Joe Earl Jones Joe Lewis Joseph Anthony Charles Jung Herbert Eugene Kegans Bobby Joe Kennedy Karen Suzanne Key Joseph Scott King Joseph Radford Kiowski Alfred Bennie Klaus Byron Keith Korges James Robert Kriegel Ralph Edd Krieger Dora Celene Lenham William David Lackey Hal Stephen Lawless Carolyn Sue Lewis Gary Lewis Lindahl Donna Kay Light Billy James Linnstaedter Charles David Lock Jo Nell Luce Jack Duff Lusk Linda Gene Lyons Troy Gene McCarty Timothy H. McCoy Doris Rae McDuffie Paul Ray McKinzie Merle Dwaine McRorey John M. Mahaffey Dale Dwayne Maness Shirley Ann Marshall Robert Thomas Martin Roneal Lynn Martin Louis Lane Martinez Travis Charles Meitzen, Jr. Michael Ermon Miller Victor W. Mokry Guy I. Moore George Ann Mueller Leslie H. Muenzler Peggy Joyce Nelson Sharon O. Nelson Martha Jane Nichols Gim Louie Ng Barbara Ann Nowlin Leslie Ann Oakley Othel Walker Ogden Jay Henry Park Robert Rae Patterson Betty Ann Peden Maria Josefa Perez H. Griffin Pickard, Jr. Melvin Vernon Podsim Charles Hickman Railsback Baltazar Ramos John Warren Richardson Douglas Wayne Richnow Jimmy Dave Riggins Alice Louise Robinson Charles David Ross James Bascomb Ross Loyd Douglas Rowe, Jr. Dennis T. Roy Reynaldo Saenz Gordon Neil Saunders Lennard Ray Schlueter Jan N. Schmidt Joe William Shaw Jean Sheridyn Shelby Aileen Short Bob L. Simpson Michael William Simpson William David Smith Glen Hilton Smith Jimmy 0. Smith Lewis Kenneth Smith James D. Stein Lloyd E. Stiernberg, Jr. George Robert Stone Stanley Sutkin David Michael Talasek Joe Mac Tarpley Darrell R. Thedford Richard Delbert Thompson Richard Allison Timmons Jerry Ray Tindel Terry Oliver Tottenham Gloria Marie Townsend Samuel J. Trevino, III Daniel Martin Valdez Jose Antonio Valdez Jerry Ted Vavra Tim D. VonDohlen Darral Gene Walker Edward Smith Walker James Astor Wallace Betty Carol Ward Harry R. Ward David Lloyd Wasicek Lillian Jeannine Watson James Alvin Weikel Alfred Gus Wendland Louis J. Wernet Roger Dale West Ray D. Westerlage Douglas C. Whatley James Lee Whisenhunt Patty Jo Wilkes George R. Williamson Byrle Y. Willingham Robert Keith Wilson Larry Ray Winans Luther Jerald Winfree Rowland Lawrence Winn Lee M. Wolchansky Danny L. Wood Jay Orville Wright Ira Leland Young, Jr. Page 410 SOCIETY OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE The Society of Engineering Science is the newest engi- neering professional society on campus. Originally envisaged by a group of senior engineer science students in the fall of 1963, the society was developed through a group of inter- ested students with the help of Dr. William Carter, then Chairman of the Engineering Science Committee. The so- ciety held its first official meeting on February 25, 1964. Soon thereafter, the society gained recognition by the Uni- versity and membership in the Student Engineering Council. The Society of Engineering Science was formed to pro- mote the Engineering Science program at the University and to foster and promote the interchange of ideas and in- formation among the various fields of engineering, physics, chemistry, and mathematics. To achieve these goals the SES offers programs and speakers concerned with interdepart- mental material which should interest all engineering and science students. This year the society offered an annual program of topics on post-graduate employment. Special events this year included nomination of for En- gineering Sweetheart, entry into the annual Engineering Power Show, and a spring faculty-student picnic. The so- ciety has a special annual project of co-sponsoring the pub- lication of an informational pamphlet on the purposes and procedures of each engineering honor and professional so- ciety. Richard Henry Schroeder served as president this year. Other officers included Larry Wayne Bickle, vice-president; Robert Arthur Forester, III, corresponding secretary; Roy Frank Canon, recording secretary; and David Reginald Durham, treasurer. Byron Dean Tapley, Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, served as sponsor for the organization. MEMBERS Charles Dean Anderle Gardner Davis Atkinson Jr. Michael Vincent Avery James K. Beard Ronald C. Berry Larry Wayne Bickle Robert Wendell Boles Roy Frank Canon Richard Clark Coulthard Jimmy R. Deen David Reginald Durham Robert Arthur Forster, III John Martin Gilmore, Jr. Bary Allan Gold James Abraham Hill Stephanie Hillaker James Thomas Hoggins Jack Howison, Jr. Gregory Franklin Malan Joe McGee Mayo, Jr. Rodney Ray Nachlinger John Mack Orr David Raymond Parker Clarence Wayne Patin Gary York Robinson John Thomas Robinson Jimmy Don Runnels Richard Henry Schroeder David R. Siever Sylvester Alois Viaclousky Thomas E. Vyse Clinton N. Waggoner Front Row: Hill, Hillaker, Schroeder, Forster, Bickle, Durham. Second Row: G. Robinson, Atkinson, Coulthard, Berry, J. Third Row: Gold, Viaclovsky, Boles, Parker, Malan, Anderle, Patin. Robinson, Howison, Hoggins, Tapley. Page 411 STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Front Row: Arra Louise Sawyer, Secretary; Martha Jean Womack, President; Carla Scarlett Cloninger, Programs Vice-President; Martha Marie Pittenger, Historian. Second Row: Carolyn Elaine Jenkins, FTA Relations Chairman; Mary Kathleen Ferguson, Telephone Chairman; James Joseph Brown, Editor of Newsletter; Mary Evangeline Rentz, Publicity Chairman. Not pictured: Vivian Bogart Isbell, Membership ice-President; Vanna Jessen, Treasurer. MEMBERS Elizabeth Ann Abaton Joann Lenora Ahlberg Becky Sterling Alexander Joan Ina Alexander Phyllis Alexander Rosalie Alexander Donna Elaine Alvermann Jacquelyn Ann Anderson Lillian Anderson Margie Appledorf James Brackston Armstrong Kay Arnold Marilyn Anne Arnold Patrycia Geene Atkinson Kathryn Mary Austin Jane Ann Avara Carolyn Jean Ba iley Mary Ann Bankston Anna Louise Barling Linda Kay Baten Mary Frances Baumstark Mary Sharman Beasley Sheryl Kay Behne Janis Ann Berly Judith James Bescher Rose Ann Beseda Donna Margaret Bierds Vivian Ann Bogart Diana Lynn Boland Ellen Jane Bone Sandra Boothe Carol Elizabeth Borsch Barbara Kaye Boydstun Genie Brackenridge Joan Ann Brehm Eva Marie Brooks Margaret Alice Brothers Donnic Mae Brown James Joseph Brown Linda Lee Burk Nelda June Burke Sandra Lou Burnett Karen Anne Byrd Rebecca Doris Byrd Lucinda Kay Byrne Judith Lee Calkins John Michael Camden Nancy Jo Campbell Rudolf Gallardo Cantu Dorothy Elizabeth Carr Judy Kennedy Carr Frances Mae Carr Thomas D. Carter Carol Sue Case Carolyn Ann Cates Vicki Kay Children Ann Bavlrr Clark Ann Frances Clark Carla Cloninger Melanie Lynn Coburn Jennie Maxine Collier Louise Comstock Susan Diane Conine Sarah Ann Cook Margaret Ann Cowan Marylea Cowan John Glenwood Cox Helen Jan Grain Gayle Lynn Creekmore Sara Elizabeth Crow Catherine Elizabeth Carl Carolyn Frances Cunningham Susanna Currie Janet M. Dahl Judith Ann Davies Janice Lynn Davis Kathy Davis Laurie Davis Suzanne E. Davis Annie Lorene Denney Lois Diane Derouen Margaret Elizabeth Diden . Janet Louise DiRienzo Mary Jane Dodd Yvonne D ' Olive Meredith Kay Downer Carolen Jeanne Draper Elizabeth Ann Druckhatnmer Genie Decma Duke Joris Welby Dumas Patricia Dunlevy Harriet Ann Durr Lois Ann Elliott Christie Lee Enderle Ellen Edith Epstein James Howard Ethridge Patricia Jean Evans Patricia Fricke Ewell Patti Jo Fairbend Michele Lee Farrow Jean Ellen Ferguson Kathleen Weaver Ferguson Gloria Evelyn Fisher Chita Fitzhugh Margaret Annette Floyd Judy Hall Foreman Fillis Carol Framer Jane Elizabeth Frank Donna Ann Franklin Brigitte Barbara Fry Jean Marilyn Gander David M-llnr Garlick Hedwig Garrard Martha Garrard Mary Ann Garrett Marsha Lynn Ganton Mary Edna Gaston Susan Meredith George Amy Betsy Geppert Judith Diane Gliddcn Barbara Ann Golden Melva Dianr Gonzalez Betty Grafius Peggy Ann Griffis Dtane Virginia Grobe Joyce Elaine Groogan Ricka Ann Guitar Virginia Isabelle Haase Linda Hagan Ruth Carolyn Hampton Carol Ann Hanchey Barbara Jean Hancock Florence Jean Harlan Kay Harlan Rebecca Howard Harris Kathryn Anne Hashop Charles Edward Hayden Linda Sue Hearne Janis Elaine Henry Cherie Sandra Hesse Barbara Cecille Hobbs Jean Ivy Hollingsworth Mary Louise Hollingsworth Valerie Adele Hollis Barbara Ann Holubec Carol Linda Holzapfel Martha Hone Helen Delia Hoofard Mrs. Robert C. Hopper Mary Mize Howard Phyllis Edwina Howard Walter Lee Howard, III Charlotte Eva Hughes Kathryn Alice Hugo Joan Phyllis Hyman Walter David Hill Josephine H. Irby Robert Isbell Margaret Anne James Pamela Jamison Carolyn Jenkins Mary Anna Jesse Vanna Jessen Evelyn Philtis Johnson Judith Johnson Priscilla Johnson Rebecca J. Johnson Ronda Janice Johnson Ruth Johnson Bonner Jones Jan Jones Susan D. Jones Patricia Ann Jurek Marjorie Ann Kay Katherine Ann Keller Julia Anne Kennemer Kay Lyn King Sharon Colleen King Donna Lynn Knerr Nancy Lou Koch Margaret L. Koy Katheryn Rose Kramer Carol Km Elizabeth Lynn Kuykendall Janice S. Lain Martha Louise Lamm Donna Brown Langston Cherrye Carroll Lesesne Hazel Pearlene LcvenMllor Edna Mae Lindsey Carol Morris Little Diana Kathe Long Janell Margaret Magee Phyllis Maring Martha Margaret Marks Pamela Marney Jennie Webb Marquess Elaine Patricia Marsch Sharon Kay Martin Becky Maufrais Kathleen Diane May Mary Bess Mayes Harleen Workman McAda Joan Marie McAfee Patsy Lee MrCafferty Joy Jaunita McCasland Lucie Virginia McClanahan Maxine Yvonne McClellan Sharon McFeeley Judith Ann McMaster Judy McMillan Helen C. McNallie Alice Marie Mikulencak Carolyn Washburn Mchr Judy C. Miller Kathryn Jiianice Mitchel Laura Clepp Monkhouse Patricia Anne Moore Peggy Ann Morris Patsy Delia Moyer Marian Marie Musselman Dennise Newberry Sandra Kay Nichol Angela Rose O ' Brien Harriett Elaine Oldham Joyce Ann Olson Lynda Dyane Orr Cecile C. Ozley Patricia Kay Parish Shirley Jean Parkhurst Alice Ethel Patton Rhoda Nell Peebles Barbara Anne Peel Don A. Persons Nancy A. Phillips Van Jean Pinkner Martha Marie Pittenger Jill Pohamus Peggy Mae Pollard Nancy Ruth Pool Paula Marie Pribyl Patricia Lynn Price Evelyn Pauline Pritchett Dorothy Janelle Proctor Brenda S. Pruitt Betty May Quantock Ann Kathryn Ragsdale Alice A. Rainey Celila Ratner Irene Louise Reeb Mary Evangeline RenU Georgina Lela Roach Jo Ann Robinson Pamela Sue Roden Graciela Estela Rogerio Dorothy Diane Rohde Linda Gail Roundtree George Thomas Rowland Louise Claire Rubinstein Mary Andrea Ruhl Arra Louise Sawyer Barbara Schula Elizabeth Ann Srott Martha Holland Sharpe Mary Ellen Shields Adrienne Elizabeth Shupee Gerry Sue Shropshire Ruth Lynne Sims Carol Ann Singer Dianne Vivian Smith Joyce Adeline Smith Linda Lorraine Smith Patti Gay Smith Mary Katherine Sorden Elizabeth Melissa Spence Georgia Yvonne Stanton Martha Sue Strauss Paula Wynne Stephens Mary Leila Stewart Judith Elaine Stones Ann Carleton Strickland Joe Frank Stringer Tommye E. Stuard Joa n Marline Sundbeck Patricia Suzanne Taylor Virginia Ann Teutsch Charlotte Ann Thompson Margaret Elizabeth Thorn Carole Edyna Tomlinson Barbara Jane Tudor Cynthia Ann Turner Janice Jane Vogel Ellen Kay Wall Anne Hal Warren Judith Marie Webb Salty Elenor Weinert Kay Webb Carolyn West Patty A. Wheatley Kathleen Frances Whitman Alice Merlin Wiemers Ethel Edna Wiest Carolyn Cudd Wilkerson Theo Nancy Wilkes Cherry Antoinette Windrum Robert Victor Wogstad Sandra Kay Woll Suzanne Wolters Martha Jean Wnmack Andrea Pattnn Wood Belsy Ruth Wood Margaret Ann Wood Janice Jane Vogel Katherine R. Yate Glrnda Sue Young Page 412 :- r f Wt rW " . rft HONORARY ALPHA CHI SIGMA ALPHA CHI SIGMA is a national professional c hemistry fraternity composed of men who intend to make some branch of chemistry their life work. The fraternity was brought to the University campus in 1952 and maintains its own house on campus. Membership is by invitation. OFFICERS Fall Spring DAVID CROSLEY JONES Master Alchemist PHILLIP WALTER DAVIS CHARLES RAY WOLLE Vice-Master Alchemist ARTHUR FURMAN ISBELL, II H. C. VALE Reporter JAMES HUGHES PRICE, JR. WILLIAM RAY JAHN Recorder ROBERT PRESSLY BRYARLY, JR. CARLTON ROY JONES Master of Ceremonies. . . . STEPHEN PARKER COBURN, II MEMBERS Graham Kerr Barnes Joe Tom Bouchier Robert Pressly Bryarly, Jr. Stephen Parker Coburn David Alfred Copeland Ronnie Jack Cottle Joseph Michael Davidson Phillip ' Walter Davis James Frank Dobie Danis Tripp Eastes Clarence Ben Ferguson Edwin Maurice Flint Charles Hedgcoth, Jr r James Gordon Helpinstill Arthur Furman Isbell, IF William Ray Jahn Wai Jean Janecek Bailey Rhea Jones Carlton Roy Jones David Crosley Jones Gary Dwayne Jones Gary Lynn Kott Allen Grady Lane Henry William Lester Alton Edward Martin Warren Miller Luther Judd Morton Edward Robert Moss John Edward Panzarella Jefferson Meadows Patterson Jacques Emile Pirson Thomas C. Ponder, Jr. James Hughes Price, Jr. Craig Eugene Reese Thomas William Richardson Bobby Gene Sims James David Theis, Jr. William Gayle Todd Jay Henry Troell H. C. Vale Benny Joe Wallace Charles Ray Wolle Thomas Albert Welters, Jr. James Victor Woodrick John Michael Ziebell FALL PLEDGES David Calhoun Bonner Bobby Joe Bowen Frank Edward Hangs, Jr. Kenneth Arnold Hemme Dennis Alan Humphris Richard Albert Kirsten Gerald Paul Kuehler Terry Lee Orr Ronald Bert Reinarz Stephen Rester Charles Franklin Stratton SPRING PLEDGES Stanley Ewing Alford Thomas Frank Bailey John Wesley Cardwell Stuart Neil Carriker Leonard Weldon Cooper Stanley Charles Froehner Danny LaVerne Gordon Gary Loren Greene Otice Z. Helmer, Jr. Charles Louis Hilsher Joseph Roger Howard, Jr. Charles E. Hudson Howard James Johnson, Jr. Michael Lee McCombs Dennis Lee Meredith Malcolm George Nelson Clarence Arthur Niebuhr Pete Ward Roberts James Richard Ross John Earl Stevens Daniel Lloyd Walker Larry Paul White Eddie Allen Williamson Ronny Vonhoy Yates Top Row: Bonner, Bouchier, Bowen. Bryarly, Coburn. Second Row: DTU, Dobie, Entn, Hingi, HelpinitMl. Third Rou: Hemme, Humphrli, Iibell. Jahn, B. lonet. Fourth Row: D. Jnnrn, Kotl, Kuehler, Letter, Moss. Fifth Row: Orr, Panzarella, Patterson, Ponder, Price. Sixth Row: Reese, Relnan, Rester, Sims, Slratton. Seventh Row: Troell, Vale, Wolle, Woodrick, Ziebell. Page 414 Front Row: Wood, Franks, Ross, Maxham, Kendrick, Spratling, Kidd, Boat, Vaughan, Eskridge. Second Row: Cravens, Gilmore, Barber, Seal, Lutz, Shaughnessy, Stuyck, Shelton, Hruska. Third Row: Sharpe, Mayo, Prowitt, Chrisman, Schraub, Box, Arnold, Smith. ALPHA DELTA SIGMA Alpha Delta Sigma is a national professional fraternity for advertising majors. The purpose of the organization is to bridge the gap between classroom theory and professional practice for advanced students in advertising. Membership is awarded to students in good standing at the University major- ing in advertising, taking or having completed at least one course in advertising, and who serve one semester as a pledge. OFFICERS Fall Spring JOHN BURTON KENDRICK President JOHN BURTON KENDRICK CHARLES ARTHUR LUTZ V ice-President JAMES HERBERT SPRATTLING BARRY JAN HRUSKA Secretary JOEL STEPHEN BARBER JOHN HERSCHEL VAUGHAN Treasurer JOHN HERSCHEL VAUGHAN ERNEST ALONZO SHARPE Faculty Sponsor ERNEST ALONZO SHARPE Gary Everett Bushell Doyle R. Cuthbertson HONORARY MEMBERS Louis D. Hartley, Jr. George Green Richard Lee Harlow Alan Scott George L. Arnold Eugene Frank Boemer Roy Wade Host Robert Joseph Caldwell Fred A. DuBose FACULTY MEMBERS MEMBERS Charles Sanford Eskridge Ronald Ray Forrester Prentice F. Geddie William Ronald Gilmore Bruce Stone Haggerty Ernest Alonzo Sharpe Barry Jan Hruska Hudene Jimmie Joyner John Burton Kendrick Charles Arthur Lutz John Blount Mayo, Jr. James Herbert Spratling John Herschel Vaughan, II Jerry Mathis Weaver Larry Martin Wood Joel Stephen Barber Henry Buford Barr Johnny P. Baughman Douglas Edward Beal FALL PLEDGES Frederick Clyde Box Dale Lynn Chrisman Logan Findley Cravens K. Edward Franks Fred Hester Richard Dale Kidd Robert Charles Maxham Henry Thornton Prowitt Daniel Lloyd Ross John Edward Schraub Kenneth Joe Shelton James Patrick Shaughnessy Stephen Christopher Stuyck A. C. Vernor Henry Lee Arms Jan Costilow SPRING PLEDGES William Ward Henries Michael James McNabb Fred Clayton Nieman Daniel Lloyd Ross Page 415 Jon Dudley Smith Manuel Castillo Trevino ALPHA EPSILON DELTA Alpha Epsilon Delta was founded at the University of Ala- bama in 1926 and located at the University in 1929. To be eligible for membership, in this pre-medical fraternity, a stu- dent must have a personality suitable for medical work, must have maintained an average of 2.0 in at least 45 hours of work, both overall and in science. Fifteen of these hours must have been taken at the University. OFFICERS President .... Vice-President Secretary Treasurer . . . Historian . .... JAMES EVERETT KEY, II . . FRANK PATRICK HADLOCK PATRICIA ANN ATHEY JOHN CASPAR LEOPOLD KATHLEEN DARLEEN DANIEL HONORARY MEMBER Theophilus Shickel Painter FACULTY MEMBERS William G. Wolfe Henry Rudolf Henze MEMBERS Everette Dwayne Alexander Patricia Ann Athey Jack Bridges Bankhead James Edward Bock Michael Shane Brenan James Eddy Burk Robert Brentwood Bux Miles Gregory Clayton Kenneth Ross Cropper Norma Jeane Crow Kathleen Darken Daniel Justin McCord Elliott, Jr. Helen Marie Graham Michael Clark Graves Robert Samuel Greenwood Gary Neil Gross Frank Patrick Hadlock Earl Winfield Howard John Robbie Jordan James Everett Key, II Herbert Irwin Leiman John Caspar Leopold Jack A. Mayer William S. T. Mayhall Wallace Brand Mendelson William Wade Miller Anitha Theresa Mitchell James Norris Neill Richard Joseph Norman Larry Ewing Phillips John Richard Porter Carol Joan Richardson Rick Steen Schwettmann Hayne J. Sheffield, Jr. Donald Larry Stanton Robert Stahl Totz W. B. Jerry Younger FALL PLEDGES Reuben Michael Allen Claude Robert Cloninger Wayne Cooper Judy Ellen Crouch Richard Alan Denton Jimmy Doyle Dickens David Fulton Eanes Lee Evangeline Emory Kenneth Eugene Hunt William Robert King John F. Lucas, Jr. David Lynn Luterman Susan Jane McAnelly Robert Allen Miller Jack Edward Ormand, Jr. Michael A. Reveley James Robert Smith Cynthia Scott Strauch David Storey Turner Carole Mae Welhausen SPRING PLEDGES Johnny B. Alexander Martha Sue Andrews Ralph Vincent Bailey John I .inn-rum Bass Chester Wuldemar Beyer, Jr. Gary Wayne Bowman Saeed Hussain Buraiky John Holbrook Chalmers Gary Richard Christman David G. Conatser Mary Elizabeth Crawford Lindell Baker Entzminger, Jr. Ramon Gonzales, Jr. Leslie Lynn Gracey William Roger Greenberg John Edward Hendershot Donald Lester Howard Leo Marvin Hurley, II Lester H. Kuperman Richard Weldon Lawson Robert Levinthal Bobelai Malick Charles Allen Marsh Kenneth Michael Nugent John Matt Parker Jon Michael Passmore John Vernon Peet Paul Marquis Quinton Charles Arthur Ray, III Clyde Wilton Simmons, Jr. Neal Charles Small Neal Gerreald Sutherland Kenneth Wayne Teufel Herbert Arthur Underwood Ray Alan Verm Hugh N. West, III Page 416 ALPHA KAPPA PSI Alpha Kappa Psi is an honorary business administration fraternity founded at New York University in 1904 and at The University of Texas in 1915. The fraternity offers mem- bership and potential leadership which links the professional OFFICERS Fall curriculum with service and social activities. Members are chosen from students enrolled in business administration with a 1 .0 grade point average. Spring LARRY MARTIN WOOD President CHARLES SLOAN TEEPLE, IV CHARLES SLOAN TEEPLE, IV Vice-president JOHN LESTER SHARP OSCAR ARTHUR SHERRELL Secretary ROBERT HAROLD MAGINEL CHARLES W. SMITHER, JR Treasurer CONRAD JOHN NETTING FRED TYRA ROPER Master of Rituals CHARLES W. SMITHER, JR. EARL NORMAN BAILEY Faculty Sponsor EARL NORMAN BAILEY FACULTY MEMBERS R. Clifton Andeisen Earl Norman Bailey John Strock Bickley Milton Charles Barfield Kenneth Charles Bottom Richard William Cahill John Stuart Cram Gary Leonard Duke George Jarome Elledge Joe Bertram Frantz William M. Kincaid, Jr. Donald Leo Madden MEMBERS Gary N. Espey Donald Leo Madden Rufus Walter Miller, III Fred Barry Moore Conrad John Netting John Turner Nevitt John Jay Parmelee, Jr. Charles Lee Prather C. Aubrey Smith Robert Warren Smith Fred Tyra Roper Terrell Eugene Shell Oscar Arthur Sherrell Charles W. Smither, Jr. Robert F. Spence Charles Sloan Teeple, IV Braxton H. Thomason, Jr. Roy Edwin Speck William Robert Spriegel John R. Stockton Robert Stephen Thornburrow Don Arthur Tidwell Richard Chaney Townsend Ronnie J. L. Ward Aven Clark Williamson Larry Martin Wood FALL PLEDGES Leonard Bruce Abrams Ronald Ervin Andrews Marlin Maurice Blake Kenneth Ray Callaway John Earl Cockrum John William Crisford, Jr. Joe Ned Dean Don Harvey Elliott James Matthew Harbison, Jr. Harry Wade Horton, Jr. Frank Lawson Hudson, Jr. Dennie Joe Jackson Wesley Stephen Justice Paul Richard Lundquist Robert Harold Maginel William Charles Schumacher, Jr. John Lester Sharp Robert Harry Smith David Anthony Tansik Vernon Doran Torgerson, Jr. Irvin Sheldon Weisfeld William Braxton Batey Timothy Joseph Blair Roger Edwing Camp Orie Theodore Dinkins SPRING PLEDGES Gail Leslie Douglas John A. Eads Diemer Lockart Fife Ronnie R. Forrester James Leon Hammonds Charles David Herzfeld John T. Jones John Wayne Phelps Edwin Ward Prewitt Robert Allen Roller Jerry Don Sanders Stephen Robert Shopoff Ray Trammell Joe Ben Walker Front Row: Shell, Roper, Wood, Smither, Tidwell, Madden, Bailey. Second Row: Walker, Jackson, Miller, Blake, Cockrum, Smith, Andrews Criaford Sharp Third Row: Elledge, Tansik, Nevitt, Netting, Barfiled, Cahill, Dean, Duke, Williamson, Elliott. Fourth Row: Ward, Parmelee, , , , , , , , . macher, Justice, Hudson, Teeple, Horton. Fifth Row: Moore, Maginel, Thomason, Espey, Thornburrow, Abrams. Callaway, Lundquist, Weisfeld, Schu- Page 417 Front Row: J. Anderson, Weinstein, Owens, Cox, Taylor, Lucas, DuBois. Second Row: Mitcham, Payton, Witcher, A. Anderson, Pantier, Phillips, Ramme, Brauck- man, Cloudt. Third Row: B. Lewis, Larson, C. Lewis, Mabry, Nye, Bearden, Mang, Morris. Fourth Row: Clay, Coleman, Penn, Engeling, Pennineton. Yule Marah Talen, Castillo, Bell, Sagely. ALPHA PHI TAU Alpha Phi Tau is a professional fraternity for medical technologists. Membership is synonymous with enrollment in Microbiology 001 a, which is a required course for UT Pre- Medical Technologists. Alpha Phi Tau is affiliated nationally with Alpha Delta Theta. b fl a t I i OFFICERS President DONNA JEAN MABRY Secretary-Treasurer DARLENE COX Faculty Sponsor ROYCE Z. LOCKART, JR. n h MEMBERS Carolyn Aguirre Andrea Valentine Anderson Dorothy Margaret Anderson Judy Karen Anderson Sherry Ann Bearden Donald Earl Bell Sue Evelyn Blackburn Gay Ann Brauckman Sidney Corinne Brient Judith Ellen Campbell Kathryn Pearl Carlson Octaviano Castillo Tommye Clay Katherine Cleveland Camilje LaTrelle Cloudt Coatnie Mae Coleman Darlene Cox Donna DuBois Faye Elizabeth Engeling Nancy Elaine Frost Dorothy Dale Gibbons Edward Anthony Gonzales Barbara. Anne Grace Candace Ann Hall Margaret Hanna Joseph William Haydel Janene Sharon Heller Vickie Lynn Hudson Carol Lynn Hulsey Berle Kent Hyatt Baby Jo Johnson Joyce Annette Jones Nancy Victoria Kennedy Kay Elaine Kercheville Becky Jo Lanier Nancy Jean Larson Elizabeth Lee Dana Nichol LeStourgeon Bonnie Sue Lewis Cheryl Ann Lewis Connie Lou Lewis Janelle Alise Ligarde Marcia McMurtry Listen Rebecca C. Lucas Donna Jean Mabry Sharon Yvonne Mang Anne Hilliard Markley Anne Louise Marsh Fernando Martinez Linda Kay Mavropoulis Marilyn Joyce McNett Gail Marie Mitcham Meredith Mitchell Mary Gertrude Moore Amber Sharon Morris Ruth Ellen Nayfach Nancy Lou Newkirk Frances Sue Novick Martha Susan Nye Carolyn Ballinger Owens Jacqueline Kay Pantier Kathleen Healey Parsley Jacqueline Lorraine Payton Louise Jan Peal Sarah Beatrice Penn Carolyn Elizabeth Pennington Carolyn Nell Peterson Jane Phillips Charles Andrew Pleasant Patricia Ann Preshaw Angela Christine Procario Margaret Ann Ramme Ellen Sue Rothman Sharon Marguerite Sagely Lesley Marie Schumacher James Mattison Seale Thad Edward Sitton, Jr. Mary Slater Gwen Barclay Smith Patricia Lee Swanson Louise Sylvia Talen Larry Taub Duke Ellen Taylor Madeline Faith Weinstein Betty Jean West Jo Ella Whittington Benita Wilma Wilk Paula Ann Willock Judith Kay Wiman Linda Jo Witcher Ronald James Yule fe: h H- U U n M CD :. il SPRING PLEDGES Dianne Raye Allen Susan Carol Barclay Ruth Carolyn Boone Richard Jay Borden Hazel Vernon Burnette Elsa I. Castillo Jennifer Combs Judy Nell Ellis Sandra Kay Foster Mario Garza Willie Thomas Jones Irene Jan Kennedy Edward Albert Luke, Jr Eli Martinez Brenda S. Mendenhall William Wayne Niber Walter Fred Pate Ronald R. Rasmussen Arlene Cantrell Saxon Richard E. Slayton, III Anne Camden Stafford Elizabeth Anne Wilson ' ,- Kl ' :: Hri Page 418 BETA ALPHA PSI Beta Alpha Psi, national accounting honorary, was found- ed at the University of Illinois in 1919, and brought to The University of Texas in 1924. Membership is open to those students who have completed six semester hours of ad- vanced accounting with at least a 2.0 grade point average in advanced accounting and in all other courses completed at the University. OFFICERS President . .... MATTHEW ANDREW LANDRY, JR. Vice-president DOUGLAS M. SIMMONS Treasurer JAMES CEARLEY KINARD Corresponding Secretary TIMOTHY CLARENCE JOHNSTONE Recording Secretary JUDYTH FAYE BARTON Faculty Advisor WILLIAM BERNARD BARRETT HONORARY MEMBERS W. M. Aikman John B. Allred Clark W. Breeding Ernest C. Breeding Walter C. Surer Curtis H. Cadenhead Gay Carroll C. H. Cavness E. Lynn Crossley Marquis G. Eaton Walter R. Flack L. H. Fleck Gordon N. George Robert J. Hibbetts Harry D. Hopson Kenneth W. Hurst John Raymond Jordan Thomas W. Leland Homer L. Luther 0. H. Maschek Ronald L. McVey Clifton H. Morris Bouldin S. Mothershead John R. Mulvey Jay A. Phillips Robert L. Phinney Hatcher A. Pickens Ralph W. Rager Earl F. Snow Alexander L. Stott Mathew J. Timmons Arthur C. Upleger M. E. Webb Frank L Wilcox Jordan B. Wolf W. Charles Woodard Velda V. Woods FACULTY MEMBERS Lynn Foster Anderson Dale Ellsworth Armstrong Jim G. Ashburne Ben B. Ban- William Bernard Barrett Earl Dean Bennett Thomas Earl Gossett, Jr. Frank D. Graydon Charles Henry Griffin Robert Lee Grinaker James T. Hood Frank James Imke Philip Warren Ljungdahl George Hillis Newlove Bruce W. Roberson Wilbur Ray Ross Robert E. Seiler C. Aubrey Smith Raynard M. Sommerfeld Charles Herman Sparenberg Charles Wallace Taylor Glenn Albert Welsch John Arch White Thomas Howard Williams James Walker Woolley Charles Theodore Zlatkovich MEMBERS Diane Adair Robert Lafayette Adair, III Charles Houston Alworth Ronnie Mac Ayers Kermit Raymond Baese Russell M. Barefield John Edmund Bartlett, III Judyth Faye Barton Roberto E. Batres Sanders Guest Beckman Zoe Anne Bentley William Renshaw Biggs Neil MacLean Bowie Garry Dale Brown Max Brown, Jr. Millard Don Cannon Robert Lee Chrane Annell Costlow William Robert Gotham William King Dougherty Helen Louise Dennis James Wesley Deskins Harry Dillashaw, Jr. Samir Bibawy Fahmy Radney Lee Fisher J. Stanley Fuhrmann Donald Keith Fuller Frank August Geyer, Jr. Jerry K. Goldberg Robert Mark Harris, Jr. Bobby Don Hart John William Hitchcock John Martin Hoover Timothy Clarence Johnstone Leonard Nelson Juncker John Michael Kilgore James Cearley Kinard Joe Robert King Matthew Andrew Landry, Jr. Thomas Clifford Mankin Eugene Jackson McCartt, III William Patrick McLean Arthur N. Moore Gordon L. Nielsen Michael Lawner Patton Charles G. Peterson, HI Richard W. Phillips John Ekees Porche Mitchell Hardy Raiborn John Allan Raphael Jack Clark Robertson Charles E. Sanders Allan H. Savage Joseph Peter Scholwinski, Jr. Ronald Morton Serber Douglas M. Simmons Terry L. Sladek Alan Leslie Sleeper Frank Bernard Slomchinski Harold S. Sparks, III John William Stevenson Joseph Peter Stultz Edward Lee Summers Richard Frederick Verinder Daniel Lee Von Rosenberg Charles Q. Weatherford George Allen Whittenburg, II James Madison Williams, Jr. Daniel Ross Wipff PLEDGES Carol Ann Badgley Milton C. Beck Charles Walter Bridges Mark Jay Brookner Mary Joan Bums James A. Cox, Jr. Jerry Terrell Dennis, III Henry Glaeser Dove Edward Hardin Ellis, Jr. Philip David Fox Thomas Joseph Halbouty Charles Hittetts Matthias F. Kramer Donald Eugene Peters Darrell Ray Raines Nat F. Robberson James Wilmore Romes Larry Michael Rosen Joseph Michael Scanlan William A. Shirley Charles W. Smither, Jr. Charles Randolph Stuart Tom Willingham White Charles Philip Zlatkovich Page 419 BETA BETA ALPHA Beta Beta Alpha is a local organized honorary for stu- dents in office administration. Founded this year, the hon- orary requires a 1.0 overall scholastic average and a de- clared major in office administration. OFFICERS Fall Spring GLENDA GAY PHAIR President GLENDA GAY PHAIR MARY LOUISE DEWALT V ice-President MARY LOUISE DEWALT DONNA SUZANNE HUBBARD Secretary DONNA SUZANNE HUBBARD CAROL ANN FOYT Treasurer GLORIA ANN KIRCHNER ELIZABETH ROSE GREENFIELD . . Historian . . ELIZABETH ROSE GREENFIELD A. Faborn Etier FACULTY MEMBERS Sylvia A. Clayton Diana Banta Linda Marilyn Borchardt Nancy Jane Bowers Penelope Brooks Alice Cauthorn Mary Louise DeWalt Aline L. Elliott Jan Ellis Linda Lou Fairey Judith Lynn Farmer Kaylene Foerster Carol Ann Foyt Elizabeth Rose Greenfield MEMBERS Sherry Lynn Haynes Susan Holman Donna Suzanne Hubbard Rita Kaplan Kay Lyn King Gloria Ann Kirchner Nancy Sullivan Lasiter Linda Markeen LeMay Carrie Lindsay Sandra Jean Looney Susan Ryan Marguess E. Gerene Martin Sherilyne Ann McCoy Rosiland Ann McMillan Vemell Louise Pape Alice Marie Pennington Glenda Gay Phair Sondra Joyce Roth Kit Schoenfield Donna Kay Smith Paula Sue Smith Joan Sundbeck Janis Ray Taylor Julie Margaret Ullrich Carolyn Sue White Carolyn Camille Wilkinson Marian Beth Busch Joanne McCauley Susan Jean McCrone PLEDGES Vemell Fay Platts Kristen Randerson Linda Gail Shank Judith Eileen Smith Barbara Ann Tomerlin Valerie Ann Winder Judy Wynn Front Rota: Borchardt, Pape, Martin,, Greenfield, Phair, White. Second Roic: Foyt, Koth, P. Smith, Looner, Taylor, Kirchner, Ullrich, Etier. Third Ro Brook . Hajrnei, Hubbard. McMillan, LeMa;, Clayton. Page 420 CHI EPSILON Chi Epsilon established a local chapter on the University campus in 1936 to place a mark of distinction on the archi- tectural and civil engineers who have distinguished them- selves by high scholastic records and personal leadership. Membership is limited to those senior and junior students who have maintained high scholastic averages. OFFICERS Fall Spring DANIEL LEWIS SCHODEK President DAVIS LEE FORD ELMON WILLIAM STEWART Vice-President JOHN BLAIR REBER, JR. JOHN HERBERT MATTHYS Secretary CHARLES MORGAN PEARRE, III HERMAN GERHART LEHMAN, III Treasurer JAMES ROBERT DARNELL, JR. LARRY DOUGLAS LONG Student Editor of the TRANSIT .... CLARENCE JAMES EHLERS HONORARY MEMBER Marvin Q. Luedke Leland Barclay Ned H. Burns Raymond Filmore Dawson Werner William Dornberger Phil Moss Ferguson John Arnold Focht David Wayne Fowler Richard W. Furlong FACULTY MEMBERS Earnest Frederick Gloyna Franklin B. Johnson Leonard! Ferdinand Kreisle Clyde E. Lee Frank D. Masch Hudson Matlock Walter L. Moore Carl William Morgan Ervin S. Perry Lymon Clifton Reese Tom D. Reynolds Eugene Arman Ripperger J. Neils Thompson A. Anthony Toprac Robert Davis Turpin William Dean Atkins Harry M. Coyle Kleber Jennings Denny Arlie Nelson Evans Larry Earl Farmer Tracey Allan Haliburton James Thomas Houston GRADUATE STUDENT MEMBERS William R. Hudson Wayne Byron Ingram Andrew Delaney Jones Charles Thomas Koch Herman Gerhart Lehman, III John Herbert Matthys Wilbur Leroy Meier, Jr. Michael Wayne O ' Neill Daniel Lewis Schodek James Howard Stephens Elmon William Stewart Nassar Ibrahim Al-Rashid Jaime Brito Howard Ernest Collier James Key Avera, Jr. Thomas Oswell Brightman Donald Bruce Dial Richard Clark Donehoo Clarence James Ehlers William Howard Espey, Jr. William Dunlap Evans Davis Lee Ford Alberto Gomez-Rivas Berry Ray Grubbs David Sims Hill UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS James Robert Darnell, Jr. Floyd Arthur Haskett, Jr. FALL PLEDGES Frank Lewis Hines Christian Frank Icaza Raja Afif Iliya Harry Leonard Jones Billy R. Karrh Maan Fuad Lababidi Roberto Ortiz Marline . Donald Allan Maxwell James Russell Mount James Sheridan Noel Charles Morgan Pearre, III John Young Keane John James Reding David Milo Pierce Arthur Reginald Poor Clifford Wendell Randall John Blair Reber, Jr. Chia Shun Shih John Norwood Spencer Rao Jagannadha Tatikonda Dhandapani Thirumurthi Paul Robert Tutt Robert Edward Weirich David Paul Womack Surinder K. Bhagat Bill Canales Don Whiteman Creager James William Dodson, Jr. John Allen Gault SPRING PLEDGES Bill Glass John Franklin Greer Kenneth Wayne Heathington Robert Louis Herndon Samuel B. Horton Charles Watts McGiboney Glen Edward Price Richard James Ruane Willard Mac Smith Robin Paul Stagg Thomas Pryce Taylor Page 421 Front Row: Ireland, Southard, Taylor, Ward, Trolinger. Second Row; Wilson, Tomlinson, Doerste, Pearl, Hue, Higdon. Third Row: Riler, Schuehle, Hodges, Dixon, Page, Fruechtenicht. DELTA NU ALPHA Delta Nu Alpha was located at the University in 1949 after its national founding in 1940. This professional trans- portation honorary works to promote interest in the field of transportation. Membership requires a transportation major, one year of course studies in transportation, and a 1.00 overall GPA. OFFICERS President THOMAS IRVING PEARL First Vice-PTesident GLEN COOKE Second Vice-President KENT CRESENS TOMLINSON Secretary IRVIN W. GUYER Treasurer . DAVID CLARK DOERTSTE FACULTY MEMBERS Hampton Kent Snell Robert Martin Taylor William Roy Southard BUSINESS MEMBERS R. A. Caldclaugh Thomas Carter Glen Cooke Irvin W. Guyer E. L. Kretzschmar Charles E. Long L. E. Read C. H. Smith Charles T. Stamp R. L. Stigall Arthur E. Tiemann STUDENT MEMBERS Joe Marion Dixon David Clark Doertste Stephen Gary Fruechtenicht William Douglass Higdon James E. Hodges Alan Ernest Hubner Nguyen Van Hue H. Kelly Ireland, III Donald Grady Wilson Page 422 Sutton Gibbs Page Thomas Irving Pearl Ronald Ray Riley John R. Schuehle Jimmie Gray Scoggins Kent Cresens Tomlinson John Hunter Trolinger Harold D. Ward, Jr. DELTA SIGMA PI Delta Sigma Pi is an honorary professional fraternity or- ganized to encourage scholarship and social activities among business majors. Membership is by invitation. OFFICERS Fall Spring JOE H. BEARDEN Chancellor SAM W. LOVE, JR. DAVID C. PHILLIPS President JERRY LEE CLOWE JON FORREST DULLNIG Senior V ice-President JAY PHILLIP KEETER SAMUEL INMAN PITTMAN Junior V ice-President ARLEN GARY FERGUSON WILLIAM HERSCHEL CHOICE Secretary DAVID STEWART TAYLOR JAMES PEDEN DOWIS . Treasurer JAMES LYNN McMURTRY Dale Ellsworth Armstrong Jim G. Ashburne Howard Burl Baltz Charles Ollie Bellinger William Paxlon Boyd William McLane Brown Grady Bruce Marshall Lee Anderson Cecil William Bain, Jr. Edward Hudson Baird Perry Forresl Barrow, Jr. William Henry Bauer Joe H. Bearden Mich ael Stanley Boswell Charles Rex Brown, II William Herschel Choice Jerry Lee Clowe Thomas William Cossey Robert Hamilton Cuyler John William Dallon Burl A. Dionne Paul Randolph Doggett Richard J. Asel John Lyn Bell Joe Stuart Blair Frederick L. Bush Charles Richard Covert William Robert Cox Michael William Dean Charles T. Clark Edward William Cundiff James Clay Dolley William P. Dommermuth A. Faborn Elier Robert Lee Grinaker Bob Curtis Hamm FACULTY MEMBERS Orville Jeff Harris, Jr. Bob S. Hodges, III James Rudolph Kay Jack Wallace Ledbelter Phillip Warren Ljungdahl Morton Elliolt Marks Francis Barns May Mrs. Jerry C. Moore Eugene W. Nelson Kennelh William Olm Hampton Kent Snell Burnard H. Sord Robert Martin Taylor FACULTY PLEDGES Rudolph Conrad Doenges Kornelius Jacobus Walraven James Peden Dowis Jon Forresl Dullnig Thomas Mayborn Dunning Fred Earhart Anthony Post Eastmond David E. Erickson Carl Allen Faulkner Arlen Gary Ferguson Kenneth E. Garretl David Madison Gilbreath Curtis Robert Hale, III Jerry H. Harmon John Mack Harmon David M. Harrison Michael Wilkins Henderson Edward Eugene Dudley, II Malcolm Willse Evans Michael Thomas Fitzgerald Vic Virgil Fowler Chalmers Duke Gable Barry Russell Gay MEMBERS James Richard Hicks, Jr. George Curtis Holland, Jr. Kenneth Lynn Jensen Joe Michael Kana Anthony S. Karsokas James Allen Kealon Jay Phillip Keeler Ronald Bradford Kinabrew Don Charles Looney Sam W. Love, Jr. Gerald C. Lund William Arthur McCann, Jr. Michael Murray McKenzie James Lynn McMurtry Thomas Harvey Minor, III SPRING PLEDGES John Paul Hundley Thomas Harold Jackson Thomas Kent Lew James B. Lloyd Ronny Loyd McGough Dale Robin Miller William Holiday Moses Jimmy Harold Mosteller Jay Kelly Gates Bob Parker David C. Phillips Samuel Inman Pitlman Wayne Slanley Reed Daniel Richmond Remington Thomas -Carroll Sassman William Henry Sauer James Wayne Schlegel Steven Walter Sheaffer Harold Lee Sides Roland Kerby Smith Anthony Michael Montalbano Lloyd Benlon Oalis Richard James Perrone Billy Carrol Ratliff William Belew Reese Frank C. Riha W. T. Tucker Harry Vine, III Ernest W. Walker Glenn Albert Welsch John Arch White Charles Theodore Zlatkovich Garey Britton Spradley John Edd Stepp Edward Reagan Swift David Stewart Taylor Ronald Gene Tharpe Ronald Edwin Tigner James Arthur Tillinghast James William Traweek Richard Clinton Vilven William Caswell Ward Clinton Ray Werner William Judson Wise Stephen James Wolfe Richard Carlton Wortham Michael Anlhony Rodgers Ronnie E. Slem Jess Newton Turner, III Paul Christopher Vanlandingham James Winston White Carroll Bob Winn Front Row: Dalton, Sides, Scheaffer, Choice, Dullnig, Bearden, Phillips, Clowe, Keeter, Ferguson, Eastmond, Taylor, Love, Tillinghast, Hamm. Second Row: Minor, Dunning, Vilven, Bain, Lund, Barrow, Henderson, Moses, Doggett, Cossey, Cuyler, Spradley, Schlegel, Traweek, Faulkner, Hicks, Holland, Remington, Stepp, Tigner, Ward. Third Row: Swift, Gates, Sauer, Keaton, McMurtry, Werner, Jensen, Hale, Baird, Reed, Erickson, Wolfe, Mosteller, Anderson, McKenzie, Smith. Kana, Earhart, Sassman, Wortham, Kinabrew, J. H. Harmon. Page 423 ETA KAPPA NU Eta Kappa Nu. national electrical engineering fraternity, was founded on the UT campus in 1928. Candidates for membership are selected on the basis of scholarship, charac- ter, activities, and leadership. Juniors must be in the top one- fourth of their class and seniors must be in the top one- third of their class. OFFICERS Fall Spring ROBERT WARREN HANKS President FRED WILLIAM LANGNER FRED WILLIAM LANGNER V ice-President JOHN ALVIN VOLTIN JOHN ALVIN VOLTIN Corresponding Secretary ARTHUR E. WILSON DALE RALPH HARBISON Recording Secretary FREDERIC WEIGL GARY LYNN HUNT Treasurer HENRY RALPH KLAWITTER Francis X. Bostick Clarence L. Coates Arwin Adelbert Dougal William Charles Duesterhoeft George Dickey Arndt Albert Washington Baird, III James K. Beard Marvin G. Bloomquist John E. Boehl Raymond William Bohls, Jr. Oran Brigham, Jr. Leighton Baugh Brown Milton T. Buchanan Joseph Thomas Cordaro George Lafayette Cardwell William Harold Carter Robert Randolph Caddel Kenneth Randolph Castleman David Michael Dorsey Carroll Thomas Dawson William Lynn Docekal FACULTY MEMBERS Bob Meredith Fannin Burns Newman Gafford Robert Fonda Gribble William H. Hartwig Elmer L. Hixon Roy Rankin Krezdorn Alfred Hall LaGrone Charles Harold Roth GRADUATE MEMBERS Billy Dan Carroll John Hunt Christian John Paul Craig Otto M. Fredrich Dennis Howard Gill David Grissom Clovis Roland Haden Robert W. Hanks Dale Ralph Harbison Charles Alton Harlow Christian Otto Hemmi Jon Dale Horton Magne Kristiansen Fred William Langner James Joseph Magee Gayle Patrick Martin Michael Keith Masten David James Mayhall Carl Edward Nicholas Philip S. Noe Howard Nixon Roberts William Erven Sayle, II UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS Claude Herbert Feistel Frank C. Harris Wayne Lamar Heints chel Gary Lynn Hunt Charles Elbert Laird, Jr. Charles Wilson Lindsey, III Anton James Matula Gary York Robinson Jess Leland Stanford Don Roy Taylor John Alvin Voltin Frederic Weige Harold Wood Smith Archie Waugh Straiten Herbert Lyndon Taylor Edward John Wagner Allen Burnham Schmitt James Hugh Seamon Joe Frank Sexton William Eldon Sims Jackie Lee Stone Bernard Frank Tupa Joe Mayer Victor Joseph Tee Watt Gerald Wayne Whatley, Jr. James Wesley Whiteley Jerry Reese Yeargan Travis Gordon White Robert Alan Williams Arthur E. Wilson Edward Anthony Yoblonski Robert Wallace Young FALL PLEDGES Charles Stevens Bohmfalk Robert R. Bostick Donald Robert Dolezalek Herman Richard Arons James David Becker Kenneth Ray Hessel Edward Louis Klawitter Donald H. Eller Berl Paul Guyton James R. Kamrath Kenneth Erwin Kirsch Henry Ralph Klawitter Richard Kent Lennington Travis Dean McPherson Joseph Paul Molesevich SPRING PLEDGES Larry S. Samberth John Harley McElroy Richard Dixon Maxwell John Willard Moore John Marland Old Jimmy Dale Polozeck Lynn Dale Seets Michael Thomas Shay Robert Leonard Nelson, Jr. David Bryon Spratt Tewfic Hanna Taubassi Wadih Hanna Toubassi Joe Byron Underwood Lieh-chun Wang Thomas Lee Wharton Tutoring i one at the (unctions of Et Kappa Nu. Raymond Manuel Quiroz, Joeph Paul Mol -. Krawilz, Ltattr Carroll Johnwon. ch. Arthur Frlipr Garcia, Jr., Brl Paul Guylon. Crorjf Jam " Page 424 SALESMAN FOR HIRE WORKS 24 HOURS EVERY DAY Left to Right: Clinton, Mnrtyn, Wiley, Hight, Thorp, Cosby, McCuIIoueh, Miildlcton, Poslon, Bass, DiBella, Reneau, Tlucelf, Thurman, Scheske, Shields, Scott. GAMMA ALPHA CHI Gamma Alpha Chi is the national women ' s advertising so- ciety organized at the University in September, 1959. Mem- bers are chosen from women students who are actively in- terested in some phase of advertising. They must be recom- mended by the faculty sponsor, and intend to specialize in OFFICERS Fall the profession of advertising or in any field such as radio, commercial art or photography, journalism, publicity, com- merce or merchandising, in which advertising will be a vital factor in her work. Spring VELNA RAE THURMAN President TONI LYNN COONEY MERCEDES DEE SHIELDS V ice-President AURA NELL RANZAU CLAUDIA SCHESKE Secretary LAURA JANE BASS MELICENT MARIE TLUCEK Treasurer JO ANN DIBELLA LRENE MARIE POSTON Pledge Captain SHERRILL LOU McCULLOUGH HONORARY MEMBERS Camilla Bennett Evelyn Brown FACULTY MEMBER Alan Scott MEMBERS Bennie Jean Clinton Ellen Frances Marsh Patsy Ann Martyn Sherrill Lou McCullough Mary Ann Middleton Mary-Mike Oles Lrene Marie Poston Linda Lou Renear Claudia Scheske Mercedes Dee Shields Velna Rae Thurman Melicent Marie Tlucek FALL PLEDGES Laura Jane Bass Mavis Velta Belisle Shelia Enid Cheaney Toni Lynn Cooney Janice Catherine Freeman Zoe Ann Hunter Kaye Cosby JoAnn DiBella Maxine Annette Gorneau SPRING PLEDGES Judy James Rosemary Armmia Kent Penelope Hight Darlene Mohr Aura Nell Ranzau Barbara Diane Levitch Susan Moore Carol Seaman Dianne C. Thorp Kelly Lyn Wiley- Nancy O ' Bryant Andrea Lee Weir Page 425 KAPPA PSI Kappa Psi is a professional pharmaceutical fraternity which works to promote individual responsibility and initiative among its members for the common good of all the students in the College of Pharmacy. Members are required to have a first professional year standing in the College and a 1.0 grade average. Through the maintenance of a living resi- dence and a full activity program they work to encourage conduct worthy of an American citizen and a respected mem- ber of the profession. HONORARY MEMBER Henry Rudolf Henze MEMBERS Robert Leslie Appling, Jr. Joe Gene Autry Darrell M. Ballard William Dwight Bartlett Sterlin E. Barton, Jr. James Herbert Bates George Rodgers Bean William Clyde Brownlow John Paul Collier Douglas Ernest Coursey Adolph E. Crixell Billy B. Daniel David Mackey Daniels Clif Drummond Otis Keith Dunavant James Wesley Easley, Jr. Ronald Clinton Edwards Kenneth Duane Ellis William Sumpter Frazier Jose Galvan John Garland Gibbs James Randall Galloway Joseph Haley Hall Don Hallmark Walter Ford Hoke Joe Radford Kiowski Alfred Bennie Klaus William David Lackey John Anton Lanagan Robert Lira, Jr. Charles David Lock Robert Thomas Martin 0. Walker Ogden Gary Alan Pauer James Riley Pool Jimmy Dave Riggins Michael William Simpson Lewis Kenneth Smith George Robert Stone Joe Mac Tarpley Samuel J. Trevino, III Jerry Ted Vavra Tim Von Dohlen Gary Mack Weaver Roger Dale West Ray D. Westerlage Walter Miller White Ronald Williamson Rowland Lawrence Winn Lee M. Wolchansky Ira Leland Young Top Row: Autry, Ballard, Bartlctt, D. Barton, S. Barton, Bates, Banco. Bean, Beck, Benavides, Bethard. Second Row: Bordovsky, Bowers, Bowles. Bradaher, Brownlow, Burnett, Carmichael, Clark, Collier, Coursey. Dachne. Third Row: Daniel. Daniels, De La Cam, Drummond. Dunavant, Easley, Edwards, Ellis. Fraiicr, Callaway, Calvan. Fourth Row: Contain. Hall. Hallmark, Hoke, House, Jacob. Page 426 OFFICERS Fall Spring OTIS KEITH DUNAVANT Regent CLIF DRUMMOND KENNETH DUANE ELLIS Vice-Regent WILLIAM DAVID LACKEY JOSEPH HALEY HALL Treasurer GARY ALAN PAUER DON HALLMARK Secretary ALFRED BENNIE KLAUS JAMES HERBERT BATES Rush Captain DARRELL M. BALLARD FACULTY MEMBERS Carl Clarence Albers Glenn David Appelt Robert Graves Brown Henry Matthew Burlage Frank P. Cosgrove John Emerson David Jaime N. Delgado Paul Frank Geiger Gunnar Gjerstad Wallace Louis Guess Frederick Valentine Lofgren Herbert Frederick Schwartz Billy B. Wiley Lee Frank Worrell FALL PLEDGES ' a no, in a m ' I Philip Maurice Arage Donald Dale Barton Val Bazaco, Jr. Richard Earl Beck Enrique F. Benavides, Jr. Uhlus Wayne Bethard Mike Joseph Bordovsky Phill Randell Bowers Dennis Jefferson Bowles Jackey Ray Bradsher Robert Lee Burnett Ellis Preston Carmichael, Jr. Thomas Allison Clark Allan G. Dachne Carlos Alfonso de la Garza Jacob Thomas Estes, Jr. Alberto Alvino Gonzales David Wade House Ben Eugene Jacob Joseph Scott King Ira Joe Klaus Jerry Wayne Lawhon Hal Stephen Lawless Michael Harrie McBride Jerry Dale Morris Gary Raymond Newcomb Charles Hickman Railsback Tommy Dean Riner Richard Lee Roberts Dennis T. Roy Gordon Neil Saunders David Smith Miguel Solis Terry Oliver Tottenham Mike Stewart Tisdale Lee Roy Treadway Leonard Joseph Tupa Humberto Varela Jose Villescas, Jr. Darral Gene Walker Edward Smith Walker Paul Lazarie Walker, Jr. SPRING PLEDGES Larry R. Baggett Jon Edwards Roger R. Hernandez Ernest David Henry- Eddie Krieger Darrell Thedford George P. Tompkins R. Gilbert White Top Row: King, Kiowski, A. Klaus, J. Klaus, Lackey, Lawhon, Lawless, Lira, Lock, Martin, McBride. Second Roto: Morris, Newcomb, Pauer, Pool, Riggins, Railsback, Riner, Roberts, Saunders, L. Smith, W. Smith. Third Row: Solis, Tarpley, Tisdale, Tottenham, Treadway, Tupa, Varela, Vavra, D. Walker, E. Walker, P. Walker. Fourth Rots: Weaver, West, Westerlage, W. White, Wolchansky, Young. Page 427 KAPPA EPSILON " Kappa Epsilon is an honorary fraternity for women in pharmacy organized at the University of Iowa in 1921 and at Texas in 1943. Membership is by invitation and members must have a passing grade in every subject and a B average in pharmacy. OFFICERS President BARBARA ANN NOWLIN Vice-PTesident CATHY LYNN CULBERTSON Recording Secretary LESLIE ANN OAKLEY Corresponding Secretary MARIE DIANE BRUNSON Reporter MARIA JOSEFA PEREZ Sponsor . CELIA DELGADO FACULTY MEMBER Esther Jane Wood Hall Top Row: Ahlers, Bates, BruQton, Gorman. Second Rota: Culbertson, Cunningham. Dillard, Duncan. Third Row: Ktlmr.mNon, Gonzalez. J. Hall, Light. Fourth Row: Luce, Mufll.T. P. N. I..,,,. S. Nelson. Fifth Row: Nowlin, Oakley, Peden, Perez. Sixth Row: Reader, Riewe, Short, Town- send. Sfvfnth Row: Vasquez, Ward. Watson, Willingham. ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Mrs. Henry Matthew Burlage Mrs. Gunnar Cjerstad Dorothy Jane Lydiac Marie Betzner Morrow Martha Rodriguez MEMBERS Susan Marie Ahlers Mary Wranitzky Anderson Nina McConnell Bates Marie Diane Brunson Rosa Omelia Campos Rosemary Gorman Cathy Lynn Culbertson Johnnye Earlene Cunningham Jane Reed Dillard Judith Kaye Duncan Carol Ann Edmonson Gloria Elma Garcia Carol Ann Halamicek Janet Hunt Hall Donna Kay Light Jo Nell Luce George Ann Mueller Peggy Joyce Nelson Sharon O ' Nita Nelson Barbara Ann Nowlin Leslie Ann Oakley Betty Ann Peden Maria Josefa Perez Margaret Elizabeth Reader Cynthia Ann Riewe Aileen Short Gloria Marie Townsend Betty Carol Ward Lillian Jeannine Watson Myrle Yvonne Willingham FALL PLEDGES Teresita Gonzales Ana Marie Vasquez Patty Jo Wilkes SPRING PLEDGES Patty Lynn Burrows Carmela Andrea Garcia Brenda J. Geiger Shirley Ann Marshall Leona Marie Volcik Page 128 PHI BETA KINSOLVING Phi Beta Kinsolving is a local honorary organized in 1961. The members include residents of Kinsolving Dormi- tory who are listed on the Dean ' s List or on another recog- nized scholastic honorary on campus. OFFICERS President DONNA GAIL WEINTRAUB Vice.Presider.1 CAROLYN ANN GATES Secretary REBECCA TYNER Treasure, KAY DIANE CLARK Reporter CAROLYN VIRGINIA EVANS Sponsor EDWINA FERGUSON Jeanette Adele Adams Susan Ahlers Patricia Sue Balkman Earnell Beckham Jeanne Louise Boise Julia Ann Brown Carolyn Ann Gates Kay Diane Clark Linda Jane Clark Kathleen Darleen Daniel MEMBERS Carolyn Virginia Evans Diane Virginia Grobe Karen Marie Hempel Carolyn Hunter Anne Elaine Kolb Mary Blake Lamar Sandra Lee Maser Mary Lou Melville Meredith Mitchell Leslie Ann Oakley Carol Joan Richardson Jo Sharon Roberts Elisa Delis Salinas Susan Hubbard Sikes Sharon Ruth Terwelp Rebecca Tyner Donna Gail Weintraub Suzanne Wilkins Williams Ann Helen Becklund Nanci Ellen Bransford Alia Burago Jarrie Dell Davis Diane Floca Carolyn Wood Grove Nancy Louise Kowert Andrea Jan Lastor FALL INITIATES Elaine Lewis Betty Chris Looney Sharon Naomi Mason Lizetta Lynn Miller Anitha Mitchell Evelyn Duggan Muelder Barbara Adelia Nelson Mary Louise Nuuttila Donna Jeanne Pool Dorothy Janelle Proctor Anne Elizabeth Roberson Paula Elizabeth Robertson Carol Annette Salmon Suzanne Senevey Karen Suzanne Smith Judy Elaine Wilson Betsy Arnold Meredith Ball Kay Boyles Cheryl Ann Burr Brenda Sue Carney Kate Tarry Flack Laura Dean Ford Judy Ann Gillis SPRING INITIATES Terry Rae Harms Lynnell Jackson Nancy Lynne Jostes Mary Claire Koeppe Muriel Joy Melcher Claire Ann Miller Martha Kathryn Post Diane Riegner Carol Ann Sanderson Judith Bennett Schas Deborah Dee Short Alice Stuart Taylor Tern Patricia Teague Gail Kay Ungerleider Betty Joanne Wilson Page 429 PHI DELTA CHI Phi Delta Chi was founded nationally in 1883 while the Texas Chapter was instituted in 1905. Members include male students in the College of Pharmacy who fulfill scholarship requirements, desire to further the profession of pharmacy, and successfully pass pledge requirements. OFFICERS Fall Spring ROBERT HAROLD GUNN President ALFRED GUS WENDLAND, JR. RODNEY MICHAEL CATE Vice-President . . . CLARENCE JEFFERSON CARIKER LOUIS JACOB WERNET, JR Secretary LYNGLE DUDLEY BARNES, III ALFRED GUS WENDLAND, JR Treasurer JAMES RAYMOND JOHNSON WILLIAM JOHNSON SHEFFIELD Faculty Advisor . . . WILLIAM JOHNSON SHEFFIELD HONORARY MEMBER Lee Frank Worrell FACULTY MEMBERS Carl Clarence Albers John Autian Reginald William Lowe William Johnson Sheffield Philip Carol Abel Lyngle Dudley Barnes, III John Brooks Bradley, Jr. Jimmie Caleb Brown Clarence Jefferson Cariker Rodney Michael Gate Julian Cook Durst Fred Andrew Ebel Robert Harold Gunn Sam Charles Barkett John Woodson Bell, Jr. Kenneth Earl Benson MEMBERS Louis Chris Heinemeyer Everett Allen Hodge James Alvin Johnson James Raymond Johnson Byron Keith Korges Jack Duff Lusk Louis Lane Martinez Guy Ira Moore Michael Ermon Miller Timothy Haskell McCoy Paul Ray McKinzie Merle Dwaine McRorey Robert Rae Patterson James Bascomb ' Ross Loyd Douglas Rowe, Jr. Jan Newsom Schmidt Bobby Lawrence Simpson FALL PLEDGES Walter Weldon Bond, Jr. David Al Breed Clark Houston Jackson Joe Lewis Joseph, Jr. Bobby Joe Kennedy Gary Lewis Lindahl Jim Ordner Smith Richard Allison Timmons David Lloyd Wasicek James Alvin Weikel Alfred Gus Wendland Louis Jacob Wernet, Jr. Douglas Carol Whatley James Lee Whisenhunt Billy James Linnstaedter Roneal Lynn Martin John Clyde Batterton Sam Neal Blackstone Willis L. Bugg Michael Dean Carrigan Glen Hilton Chambliss J. Bert Coleman Joe Jim Davis Jesse Clyde Delee Larry Glen Farrow John William Finch SPRING PLEDGES John William Ford James Dan Friou Robert C. Gillhara John Lawrence Harshbarger Anthony C. Jung James Robert Kinsey Douglas Wayne Richnow Hollis Randolph Sanders, Jr. Rodney A. Seitz John Richard Wilhelm Front Row: Korgn, B.rms, McKiniie, Whilirnliunt. Cariker, J. R. Johnson. Rowc, Mirlinei. Ebel, Hodte. Second Row. Timmoni, J. A. Johnson. Simpion, McCoy. Wdlnd, Witieek. MeRorey. Whillry. Abel. Brown. Third Rote: Dont, Pittrr. Smith. Wrikrl. Cite, Moore, Wernet, Gunn. Bndler. Sheffield. Page 430 Front Row: Locke, Davis, McKibben, Dillard. Second Row; Parker, Manirix, Marsch, Echels. Third Row: Howk, Goodwin, Morris, Dahlstrom. PHI MU ALPHA Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is an honorary music fraternity Alpha requires a 2.0 grade point average for members with for men interested in participation in music. Founded less than 60 hours, and 1.5 average for members with more nationally at the New England Conservatory of Music in than 60 hours. 1898, and at The University of Texas in 1924, Phi Mu OFFICERS Fall Spring lib GORDON RICHARD GOODWIN President GORDON RICHARD GOODWIN DAVID EDGAR PARKER V ice-President DAVID EDGAR PARKER ROBERT CHARLES TULL Secretary ROBERT CHARLES TULL CHARLES LYMAN ELLIS Treasurer CHARLES LYMAN ELLIS DAVID JERRY TAYLOR Warden-Historian DAVID JERRY TAYLOR CHARLES EDWARD BROOKHART . Faculty Advisor . CHARLES EDWARD BROOKHART Harvey Biskin Charles Edward Brookhart James L. Dickie E. William Doty J. Frank Elsass Dalies Ehrhardt Frantz Elon Ferris Arnold, Jr. Bruce Gerald Brewer, Jr. James Thomas Cain Joe Frank Dahlstrom Robert Edward Davis Richard Alan Dillard Edwin Alton Echels Charles Lyman Ellis John Charles Ellzey David Weaver Fessel Richard Neil Funk Robert McAnally Adams Dennis Lee Awbrey Thomas Edwin Brumley Charles G. Dodson FACULTY MEMBERS Earl William Gates Kent Wheeler Kennan Lothar K. Klein Donald Michel Nelson Gray Patrick MEMBERS Gordon Richard Goodwin John Reed Heard Edward Baxter Howk Jack Wayne Locke Leonard Alan McCormick Lewis Lee McKibben, Jr. Alfred Joseph Marsch George Stephan Mannix John Howard Morris James Bert Neely SPRING PLEDGES John Kenneth Johnson Robert Drew Nelson Wayne Everett Smith James Mark VanHemert Page 431 Raymond Lee Schroeder Delmer Dalzell Rogers James Clifton Williams Donald Benjamin Wright George Yaeger David Edgar Parker Grover Allen Pitman Robert Mitchell Renz Michael David Sandgarten Robert John Summers David Jerry Taylor Robert Charles Tull Kelly Mac Ward Stephen Floyd Weger Norman Shattuck Wood, III Thomas H. Wells Emory Clark Whipple Robert Lewis Wren PI LAMBDA THETA Pi Lambda Theta is a national honorary fraternity for women in the field of education. The fraternity was founded nationally in 1910 at the University of Missouri and brought to Texas in 1927. To be eligible for membership a student must have 6 hours of education and an overall 2.3 grade average or be in the top quarter of all women in the educa- tion department. Prospective members must also be recom- mended by two faculty members, and be sponsored by one active chapter member. OFFICERS President Vice-President . , Treasurer , Secretary Faculty Sponsor NANETTE STEPHENS . . SUE HARRINGTON . ALICE REESE KIDD ROSEMARY BOULTER . NATALIE BARRAGA Mary Buice Alderson Natalie Carter Barraga Mary Frances Flournoy FACULTY MEMBERS Alma Freeland Jessie Helen Haag Geneva Hanna Sallie Beth Moore Virginia C. Patterson Phyllis Richards Margaret Berry Jean Pool Bock Rosemary Boulter Barbara Kaye Boydstun Helen Boyson Gladys B. Burwell Letha Conradt Carolyn Dueger Jodie Dunnahoo Ruth Dunn MEMBERS Sue Harrington Letha Kay James Gloria Kelley Alice Reese Kidd Jorene Buckley Lawrence Elvie Lou Luetge Helen Fell Macbeth Cora Merriman Martin Mildred Mayhall Edith Mullins Georgia Myers Josephine Nicklin George Ruth Oliver Marilyn Rouse Ann Halbert Ruth DeEtta Love Sayers Nanette Stephens Linda Ann Sullivan Joella Waters Sheila Beadle Whitesides nesi Alberta M. Castaneda Judith Ann Davies Charlyn Ellison Maxine Lamkin Enquist Judy Gayle Evans Judith Ann Gunn Rebecca Howard Harris PLEDGES Edna Mae Lindsay Emma Lou Linn Harleen Workman McAda Elaine Elizabeth Naiser Sharon Lea Newman Mary Ellen Shields Billie Chandler Snyder Mary Kay Sorden Suzanne Vaughan Waite Mary Jane Ware Judith Marie Webb Betty Lee Wright Waneen Wyrick Front Rout: Stephens, Harrington, Barraga, Kidd, Water!, Boulter, Linn, Dunnahoo, Wyrick. Second Row: Lawrence, Nicklin, McAda, Watte. Page 432 Brecon. If He Front Roti : Fry, McCoy. Slancil, Stengel. Second Row: Brooks. Walker. Haynes, Genlrs, King, Smith, Leschbt-r. PI OMEGA PI Active membership of Pi Omega Pi is limited to students enrolled in the teacher-training curriculum, or who are busi- ness education majors with a minimum of 12 semester hours of business and 3 semester hours of general professional education. Each student must have a 2.0 grade point average in business and education courses combined. Fall AGNES HARRIS WALKER SHERILYNE ANN McCOY . SANDRA JEAN LOONEY . PAULA SUE SMITH SHERRY LYNN HAYNES . ANNA MARIE STENGEL . OFFICERS , . . . President . . Vice-Presidenl . . . . . . . Secretary . . . . . . . . Treasurer . Reporter-Historian Sponsor Penelope Brooks Elizabeth Lee Fry Madelyn Helen Gerdf Sherry Lynn Haynes Kay Lyn King Dorothy Fuller Adams Linda Lou Fairey Marjorie Jean Fuquay Carolyn M. Hugos MEMBERS Agnes Harris Walker PLEDGES Spring SHERILYNE ANN McCOY MARGIE STANCIL SANDRA JEAN LOONEY PAULA SUE SMITH SHERRY LYNN HAYNES ANNA MARIE STENGEL Frances Phyllis Leschbei Sandra Jean Looney Sherilyne Ann McCoy Paula Sue Smith Margie Stancil Carrie Lindsay Karen Lynn Powell Joan Sundbeck Barbara Ann Tomerlin Page 433 Front Ron ' : Boland. Clioban, Shands, Masie, LanjMoii, Wharton, Hock. Second Row: Brown, Pearrc, Jordan. Vasar. Third Rote: 1. Walker, C Johnson. Dalilbor " Cardwoll. fourth Row: Carrctl, Pupa, Dorn, R. Flint. Fifth Koic: Oliver. Cladgon, Herndon, Vaiighan. PRAETORIAN GUARD toward this purpose through practical experience in military leadership, academic training, and social activities. Praetorian Guard was installed on the University campus to promote the development of individuals in the Army Reserve Officers Training Corps. The Guard members work OFFICERS Fall Spring ROBERT LOUIS HERNDON Commander HAYDEN EDWARD BOLAND JAMES FRANKLIN GLADSON, JR. ... Executive Office, THOMAS LEE WHARTON WILLIAM OLAN STEVENSON Sergeant Major FLOYD LOUIS OLIVER, JR. KEITH ALLEN MAXIE S-l GREGORY GERARD CHOBAN JACK KENNETH DAHLBERG S-2 KEITH ALLEN MAXIE HAYDEN EDWARD BOLAND S-3 MICHAEL FRANKLIN SHANDS CHARLES MORGAN PEARRE, III S-4 .... CHARLES MORGAN PEARRE, III CAPTAIN ROBERT CONRAD HOCK, JR. .Sponsor . CAPTAIN ROBERT CONRAD HOCK SUNNY GAYLE LANGSTON, Sweetheart MEMBERS John R. Allen Robert Thomas Binder Robert Alexander Booker Thomas Oswell Brightman Hayden Edward Boland Michael Jan Brown John Wesley Cardwell Gregory Gerard Choban Jack Kenneth Dahlberg. Jr. Edwin Dorn Richard Eugene Flint Charles Rufus Garrett James Franklin Gladson, Jr. Oscar Newell Goode, Jr. Philip M. Guzman Michael Lynn Harlan Fred Adlam Helms Robert Louis Herndon Charles Gary Johnson Raymond Lee Johnson, Jr. Monroe Wayne Jones Dick Thorp Jordan, Jr. Anthony Charles Jung Richard K. Long Keith Allen Maxie Donald H. McElhone Frank Patrick McGostern Phillip Lloyd Medellin Robert Murdock, III Timothy Patrick O ' Connor Cayetano Olivarez Floyd Louis Oliver, Jr. Joseph H. Parnell, Jr. Charles Morgan Pearre, III Dennis Allan Pupa Michael Franklin Shands William Olan Stevenson James Harold Stewart, Jr. Philip McCort Vassar Roger Steve Vaughan James Benjamin Walker Thomas Lee Wharton Thomas Richard Wheeler Frederick William Wiegand, Jr. Philip Robb Winsborough PLEDGES David Abramowitz Nathaniel Rafael Allen Ronald Edward Bergquist Richard Steele Davenport Bobby Gene Estrada George Lee Flint, Jr. Ronal d Raymond Gentry Roy John Henderson Stephen Hall Holliday John Francis Xavier Kelly Leonard Elwood Kinch Front How: Kioch, Wooley, Smith, Davenport, Rcrjcau. Second Row: Moscley, Allen, Lyons. Luna, Krlly. Third Row: Gentry, Henderson, Flint, Abramowitz, Worttiam. Raymond Robert Leal, Jr. Bruce Gordon Luna Maurice Augustus Lyons Phillip Duane Moseley Thomas Alan Reneau, Jr. Robert Adolph Renschler John David Robinson, II Robert Wade Smith Robert Carroll Thames Harry Kenneth Walker Rodney Lee Wooley Michael Bruce Wortham Page 434 SCABBARD AND BLADE Scabbard and Blade is the national honor society for out- standing cadets and midshipmen from the Army, Navy and Air Force Officers Training Corps of junior and senior rank. The organization strives to bring about a closer rela- tionship within the military departments and to preserve and develop the essential qualities of good and efficient officers. Nominees are selected by active members on the basis of their leadership potential, academic standing, and interest in their respective ROTC programs. OFFICERS WAYNE EARL MIERS Captain WAYNE EARL MIERS CLINTON JAMES CONEWAY First Lieutenant SAMUEL JEROME DEALEY JOHN HENRY CISSIK Second Lieutenant JOHN HENRY CISSIK SAMUEL JEROME DEALEY First Sergeant CLINTON JAMES CONEWAY ALAN KEITH JOHNSON Pledge Trainer .... JAMES RICHARD REINAUER HONORARY MEMBER Lieutenant Colonel Lowell Gideon Moore FACULTY MEMBERS Lieutenant Junior Grade Harry Joseph Chris Major Wallace Jackson McKenzie MEMBERS Owen William Bludau Don Wallace Brown John Henry Cissik Clinton James Coneway Jack Kenneth Dahlberg, Jr. Samuel Jerome Dealey Larry Joe Billa Thomas Oswell Brightman Michael Ross Bullard William Lynn Docekal R. Jon Armstrong Louis Ayers Carroll Barbour George H. Blume Scott Charles Follett Robert Louis Gartner Dean Marshall Greenwood Henry Amos Harper, Jr. Edward Thomas Imparato, Jr. John Marshall Jarratt Alan Keith Johnson Warren Neilson Lipscomb, Jr. Gerald Conrad Lund Wayne Earl Miers FALL PLEDGES Robert Leland Hattan John William Hitchcock Lamar Eugene Lawson Ross Moore Lynch James David Mitchell James Richard Reinauer SPRING PLEDGES Hayden E. Boland Zechariah Dameron Luis De La Garza Churchill Jones Raymond Morin Paul Murphy Conrad Netting John Thomas Montford Gary William Schoen John Patrick Seawell Michael Lynn Smith Jack Vernon Strickland, Jr. Gerry Allan Solcher Duane Martin Starr Jesse Luke Thompson Jerry L. Powell Oland Dale Thompson Steve Wilson Front Row: McKenzie, Dealey, Cissik, Miers, Johnson, Moore. Second Row: Brightman, Lynch, Hitchcock, Hattan, Imparato, Mitchell, Strickland. Third Row: Lund, Brown, J. Thompson, Billa, Schoen, Lipscomh, Docekal, Smith, Jarratt. Page 435 SIGMA IOTA EPSILON Sigma Iota Epsilon, founded nationally and locally in 1927, is an honorary management society. Undergraduate members include those students who have an overall 2.0 GPA and have taken 6 or more hours in management with an average of 2.0. Graduate members must have a 2.25 overall average and a 2.25 average in management courses. KENNETH C. NIETENHOEFER GARY CHARLES RAFFAELE . . CHARLES WELLS SHARTLE . . AUGUST WILLIAM SMITH . . . PHYLLIS LEROY MORGAN . . FLOYD S. BRANDT . OFFICERS . . . . President CHARLES ROBERT BUSBEY . . . V ice-President CHARLES DAVID RAMSER Secretary-Treasurer ROBERT CASEY MADDOX Personnel Manager MARIA ESTHER RUENES . Publicity Manager MARY LOUISE GURKIN . .Faculty Sponsor FLOYD S. BRANDT A. P. Beutel H. E. Chiles, Jr. Morgan J. Davis Lillian M. Cilhreath HONORARY MEMBERS Patrick E. Haggerty Carl W. Huser L. F. McCollum M. Scott Myers Ralph Murrlund Harold M. Scherr Dudley C. Sharp J. T. Suggs Joseph Kenneth Bailey Donald E. Bostrom Floyd S. Brandt Rudolph Conrad Doenges FACULTY MEMBERS Charles R. Klasson Eli abeth Lanham Edmund C. Lynch Judson Neff Kenneth W. Olm Burnard H. Surd William R. Spriegel Wilfred H. Watson Donald Mulhall Altman Jerry Edmond Chiles Ira J. Dolich Frank Newton Edens Joseph F. Fojtasek Robert George Graham MEMBERS Donald E. Kirsopp Phyllis LeRoy Morgan Kenneth C. Nietenhoefer Leo B. Osterhaus Gar Charles Raffaele Sandra Richard Charles Wells Shartle August William Smith James Ellis Stafford Junius Hewitt Terrell James McNelly Todd Ernest G. Vorwerk James W. Wool ley Carl Emit Bohls Charles Robert Busbey Harvey Herbert Clouser Mary Louise Gurkin FALL INITIATES Karl Bernard Kovac Robert Casey Maddox Joe Michael McGeath Charles David Ramser Eugene Reeder Maria Esther Ruenes Wilfrid Few Rylander David Anthony Tansik, Jr. George M. Towns Robert C. Bush Robert Edward Coldwater Claude Leon Crowley William King Daugherty Duane W. Dobson Arthur Alexander Uuggan Patrick W. Duke Richard William Fowler, Jr. SPRING INITIATES Herbert James Gcorpr Bob C. Hamm Lyla June Hixson Jerry Donald Jones John Logan Kendall Eugene N. Lamm James Preston LePage L. Jack Lord Eliek Neal Maledon, Jr. David Cotter McDaniel Phillip Lloyd Madellin Edward Patrick Pita William D. Price Maurice William Rex, Jr. Joel Henry Robuck Craig A. Townsend Anthony Michael Tuberose Page 436 SPHINX Sphinx is an honorary professional architecture society founded at The University of Texas in 1030. Members are elected on the basis of demonstrated excellence in design, academic achievement, character and interest in the School of Architecture and in the profession of architecture. OFFICERS Fall EDWIN ALLAN COOK President GEORGE TUCKER LANGDON. JR Vice-President. . . ROBERT SMITH MABRY Secretary-Treasurer. ROYCE EUGENE LaNIER Sergeant-at-Arms . Spring . RAY BEDFORD BAILEY DALE MORLEY TAYLOR DENNIS BROOKS LINAM . GEORGE VILLALVA, JR. HONORARY MEMBER Richard Proctor Swallow FACULTY MEMBER Thomas Whitehead Shefelman Ray Bedford Bailey- Edwin Allan Cook Thomas Braden Daly James Davenport Hall Robert Arthur Herolz Elmer Terrell Hodges, Jr. Edward Llewellyn Hughes George Tucker Langdon, Jr. Garland Sadler Anderson, Jr. Michael Edward Borne Jon Boykin Decherd MEMBERS Royce Eugene LaNier Dennis Brooks Linam Robert Smith Mabry . Anthony Frederick Mayer David Smith Minter Benito Xavier Noyola William Edward Pickens PLEDGES James Allison Johnson, Jr. Raymond Hance Martin John Malcolm McRae Atta Ollah Safai Humberto Saldana, Jr. Wayne Maxwell Shull Dale Morley Taylor Walter A. Vacker George Villalva, Jr. James Kenneth Watson James Martin Michael James Glenn Reeves Don Lee Tew James Frederick Williams Front Row: Taylor, LaNier, Mabry, Langdon, Bailey, Linam. Second Row: Minter, Safai, Mayer, Watson, Philip Douglas Creer, Hodges, Daly. Third Row: Shull. Saldana, Herolz, Noyola, Hughes. Page 437 I Front Row: Morse, Olcs, Nagle, Sharpe, Greer, Reneau. Second Row: Wilson, Binford, Beliale, Stafford, S. Watkins, Lillard, Evans. THETA SIGMA PHI XI chapter of Theta Sigma Phi, national professional fraternity for women in journalism, was established at The University of Texas in 1919. Members are those upperclass women who have maintained satisfactory gradepoint averages and who intend to pursue careers in communications. The UT chapter sponsors the Ten Most Beautiful Contest on campus each year, and annually gives from one to three scholarships to members. OFFICERS President MARY PATRICIA SHARPE First Vice-president MARY MIKE OLES Second Vice-President GAY TRABUE NAGLE Secretary JERRY LYNN GREER Treasurer LAURIE JEAN MORSE Faculty Advisor NORRIS G. DAVIS Fraternity Advisor EMILY-MAE STAFFORD FACULTY MEMBERS Aida Barrera Marye Durrum Benjamin Graham Blackstock Jessamon Dawe Carole Ferguson Duval Marie M. Fuller DeBora h Joan Druker Mary Jane Gorhara Jerry Lynn Greer Emily Ann Lamon Bonnie Marie Wright Binford Mavis Velta Belisle Bennie Jean Clinton Marquita Kaye Box Annie Jane Brown Peggy Burnett Mary Adelaide Gardner Mary Margaret Frazier Cindy Pendergrass Keever Amy Jo Long Pat Maguire MEMBERS Yvonne Charmayne Marsh Patsy Ann Martyn Dianne Halyard Miller Laurie Jean Morse Jo Caldwell Meyer Marian Pendergrass Michael Charldean Newell Margarette G. Sharpe Bert Kruger Smith Gay Trabue Nagle Mary Mike Oles Linda Lou Reneau FALL INITIATES Camila Bennett Pamela Jean Etsinger Mary Alice Evans Dottie Lillard Mercedes Dee Shields SPRING INITIATES Toni Lynn Cooney Marilyn Sue Daugherty Janice Catherine Freeman Judith Ann Downs Annie Lorene Denney Beatrice Gonzalez DISTINGUISHED XI CHAPTER ALUMNA Mrs. Lyndon Baines Johnson Emily Mae Stafford Helen Tackett Sue Watkins Marjorie B. Wighlman Afton Taylor Wynn Mary Patricia Sharpe Sharon Elaine Shelton Osie Blackwell Wilson Sharon Pedrotti Watkins Carol Whitcraft Kathie Howard Hughes Aura Nell Ranzau Nancy Helen O ' Bryant Page 438 SERVICE ALPHA PHI OMEGA Alpha Phi Omega is a men ' s service organization dedi- cated to the principles of leadership, friendship, and service. It is a national fraternity, founded in 1925, to promote the ideals of the Scouting movement among the college men of the nation. The Alpha Rho Chapter at The University of Texas, since its establishment in 1935, has been consistently one of the top chapters in the nation in membership, spirit, and hours of service performed. On campus APO services include registration, campus elections, and ushering at many of the programs presented at the University. In the field of community service, APO works with the Retarded Children ' s Home, the Confederate Home, and the Austin Cerebral Palsy Center. Although primarily dedicated to service, APO also in- cludes Friendship as one of its cardinal principles. Alpha Rho supports this ideal with several chapter social events each semester. As a group Alpha Phi Omega performs in- numerable services to its members, the University, the Com- munity, and the nation by fostering the high ideals of man- liness. OFFICERS Foil Spring LEONARD EDWARD MOHRMANN, JR President LOYD GEORGE BROOKS KEITH ORIEL REEVES Administrative V ice-President JERRY LAMAR ROBINSON LOYD GEORGE BROOKS Membership Vice-President .... HUGH CAMPBELL DISMUKES EUGENE RICHARD CROWELL .... Service V ice-President DANIEL BALDWIN DODSON SAMUEL DAVID BRADY Treasurer ., LARRY ALLEN MUENZLER THOMAS ALBERT BRAY Secretary CHARLES PHILIP ZLATKOVICH DANIEL EDWARD HERRON Reporter ROY A. BOBO, II RICHARD ARDEN NICHOLAS Historian RICHARD ARDEN NICHOLAS JERRY LAMAR ROBINSON Campus Projects Director GAYLE CHARLES WALD LARRY ALLEN MUENZLER .... Community Projects Director . . . RICHARD ARDEN NICHOLAS DANIEL BALDWIN DODSON Scouting Projects Director ALAN MIHRAN ARABIAN JAMES THERON FERGUS . . Fellowship Director CHARLES D. WALTERS ADVISORY COUNCIL Arno Nowotny, Faculty Gerhard J. Fonken, Chairman Lawrence T. Franks, Faculty Calvin Cleve Nolan, Alumni John G. Steele, Faculty HONORARY MEMBERS R. Elwin Burns William F. Wallace, Jr., Faculty H. L. Gaskin, Scouting Frank Hilton, Scouting Paul Beisenherz, Scouting James R. Reynolds, Scouting Logan Wilson Front Row: Beisenharz, Datrkins, Nicholas, Robinson, Herroo, Bray, Brady, Crowcll, Brooks, Reeves, Zilch, Mohrmann, Muenzler, Dodsoo, Gates. Second Row: Naas, Hale, Blum. Jones, Marshall, Dismukes, Zlatkovlch, Bernard, Eickmann, Heard, Trevino, Ryder, McAfee, Burns, Wald. Third Row: Fry, Thayer. Craig, Barbotir, Cage, McCown, Maxwell, J. A. Shu] I, Arabian, Ware, Aschbacher, Nolen; Willmt, Anton--, Stelling. Fourth Row: MusgroTe. Jcane. Polasek, Brock, Comptnn, Page, Walters, Franks, Morton, Marsh, Lundquiit, Elliot, Odell, Manire. O ' Brien. Fifth Row: Rollins, Hamm, Marsh, Hill, Falk, Wright, Brown. Eiftemann, Patterson, Ash, Bobo, Swenson, Sumner. Page 440 The APO ' s workeil together on the landscaping project at tlic Cerebral Palsy Center. -This is just one oi many continuing APO services. Tomme Ray Actkinson Lloyd Edward Allen, Jr. Miles Hartman Appleberry Alan Mihran Arabian Clyde Stewart Ash Cecil William Bain, Jr. James Charles Barbour Herbert Joseph Barnard, Jr. Burton Brighton Benson, Jr. Paul Henry Bianchi Roy Alexander Bobo, II Ronald Fred Bond Eddie Bradford John Brooks Bradley, Jr. Samuel David Brady Thomas Albert Bray Elmo Everitt Brock Eric N. Broline Loyd George Brooks James Crozier Brown Stephen Michael Burke James Robert Buchanan James Darwin Burney Gary Vernon Cain Kenneth Randolph Castleman Chester Mark Cedars James Roy Chaka Forest Clair Child, Jr. William Bruce Chenault, II George Lowell Clayton Philip Abbot Chrisco Paschell Lee Church Robert G. Clarkson Eugene Richard Crowell Robert Hamilton Cuyler, Jr. MEMBERS Thomas Braden Daly Gerald W. Daniels, Jr. Fred Earl Dawson Michael William Dean Loren Edward Decker, Jr. Hugh Campbell Dismukes, Jr. Daniel Baldwin Dodson Samuel Pierce Doerr Charles Clay Doyle Clif W. Drummond Robert Eugene Eickmann Charles Warren Eisemann Steven Samuel Ezon James Theron Fergus, Jr. Malcolm Henry Flournoy Thomas Wilson Fogwell John Eli Franks, III John Armando Garcia Dan Nobles Gardner John Newell Gilbreath Gary Quinn Giles James Franklin Gladson, Jr. Clyde Gendell Goodnight David Gray Hall Fred Adlam Helms Daniel Edward Herron Robert Franklin Henderson, Jr. Harold Wayne Hill Joseph Roger Howard, Jr. Laurence Calvin Jackson Charles Sinuard Jamison Monroe Wayne Jones Robert Michael Jones Lloyd Eugene Jordon James Robert Kamrath Larry Joseph Kennedy James Everett Key, II Johnny Arthur Leaton Patrick Lawrence Lee Ronald Edward Leifeste Paxton K. Littlepage Robert Frank L ' Roy Paul Richard Lundquist William Walace Manning Charles Allen Marsh Dan Howell Marshell, II Malcolm Maxwell, Jr. Jimmy Joe McAfee Dwight Scott Miller John Joseph Mireur James David Mitchell Leonard Edward Mohrmann, Jr. Carl Hofman Moneyhon William Jack Morton James Wynn Moyers Larry Allen Muenzler Glen Burke Musgrove Robert James Naas Richard Alan Nicholas Kenneth Michael Nugent Jack Childers Dates, Jr. John Stephen Odell James Gilbert Parrish Don Passman Comer O. Patterson Thomas Calvin Patton Jack Russell Phillips Clyde David Pomeroy, Jr. Kenneth L. Porter Ross Charles Portman Alvy Daryl Pullin Baltazar Ramos, Jr. Keith Oriel Reeves Robert Glenn Reeves Rodrigo Reyna Jerry Lamar Robinson William Edmond Rollins Alan Yale Schaevitz David Lee Shull Wayne Maxwell Shull Joe Alan Shull Aurel Emerson Smith, Jr. Charles Thomas Snowdon, Jr. Fred Edward Sommers John Paul Sommers James Harold Stewart, Jr. Gary Lynn Swenson Ted Jefferson Taylor Daniel Louis Trevino Kenneth Ray Vestal Gayle Charles Wald Charles Donnell Walters Samuell Lynn Ward Olam Dale Williams Clark Phillips Wright Elmer T. Ziltch, Jr. Charles Philip Zlatkovich Ray Clark Antone Zane Martin Aschbacher Robert L. Beisenherz Gary Neil Blum Jack Michael Burns James William Cage Munson G. Compton Jack Lee Bailey Douglas Arnold Beran John Charles Blankenship Elgene Owen Box Rudolf Gallardo Cantu Gerald George Connard William Hubert Craig Gary Dale Dawkins Justin McCord Elliot, Jr. Walter Samuel Falk, III Mark Allen Fry George Morris Hamm Noble Goodmon Holbert FALL PLEDGES Harvey Lynn Jeane Ottis Ray Lester John Richard Manire Denver C. Marsh, Jr. Patrick Arnold O ' Brian Ronald Lynn Polasek Gilbert Nelson Page SPRING PLEDGES Charles Samuel Cotropia Milton Loyd Doolittle Albert Furlo Dupree Sig D. Elp George Matthews Fleming Fredrick Walter Gerdes John Carl Ghormley William John Gill Lloyd Weiner Johnson Paul Stanley Knight Ronald Kraatz Patrick Cahill Long George Earl Murphy Morris Jackson Ruchelman John Thomas Ryder Marvin Joe Stelling Patrick Leonard Sumner Frank G. Thayer Junior Lee Ware Dennis Gerald Willms Siegfried Reinhold Schnuetgen Dan Keith Seilheimer John Martin Skrhak, Jr. Fabian Marvin Summers, Jr. Ross James Urquhart Stephen Michael Vassberg Page 441 LONGHORN BAND STAFF Director VINCENT R. DiNINO Assistant Director . JOHN F. EDMUNDS BAND COUNCIL President BRUCE ARTHUR KOWERT First Counselor WILLIAM LOUIS HANKS Second Counselor THOMAS WALTON LEONARD Third Counselor EDGAR NEWMAN SMITH Fourth Counselor . . TOMMY NEAL COWAN VINCENT R. DiNINO, Director V M 4T At JD lrt Taf Kuw: Actkinaon. Allen, Andcr.nn. Anlrim, Atkinaon, Baker, Banki, Barber, Bars, Barker. Harm-it. Second Raw: Barrow. Barton, Batrman, Bates. Hr-iHntli, 1,1. Bell, Bell, Beaefiel, Berj, Bernhart, Bode. Third Row: Bofs . Boone, Bowe, Bowen, Branninf, Brooka, Bruckner, Buinrttr. Burrut, Campbell, Carter, fourth Row: Chaffin, Clark, Clcreland, Coffee, Corder, Cowan, Cor, Crocker, Cronquiit, Crow, Dahlatr om. Filth Rm : Daron, Deal, Deweeae, Dillard, Dittman, Dodaon, Dougherty. Doyle, Duboae, Duinlao, Eaalerwood. Si th Row: Eailly, Edwarda, EUia, Enderle, II. Enflr. Farria, Foreman, Foi, Frailer, Fucha, Funk. Seventh Row: Garcia, Gcrmer, Gilbert. Goforth, Goodrich, Goslin, D. Gracey, L. Gracey, Graham, Grimm, Grimmer. Page 442 Arland Lee Actkinson James Michael Allen Lounea A. Anderson Paul Alan Antrim Gardner Davis Atkinson, Jr. Allan Ross Baker Derwood Neal Banister William Ray Banks Truman Joseph Barber, Jr. Roberl Dean Barg Thomas Wayne Barker Gerald William Barnetl Charles Wallace Barrow John Edward Barlon Patricia Yvonne Bateman Roy Eugene Bates Howard Lee Bedingfield, Jr. Wilfred Chapman Bell James Henry Belt Michael Alan Benefiel Charles Morton Berg Charles Frederick Bernhardt, Jr. John Warren Bode, Jr. Allen Neal Boggs Ruth Carolyn Boone Janie Helen Bowe John Davis Bowen Mildred Evelyn Branning Joan Ann Brehm Charles Richard Brinkley Robert Hampton Brooks James Victor Bruckner MEMBERS Hazel Vernon Burnette Barbara Jayn Burrus David Buxton Campbell Nancy Carter Ronald Lowell Chaffin Donna Lou Clark Frances Anne Cleveland Carol Jane Coffee Maida Mildred Corder Lynn Edward Costlow Tommy Neal Cowan Victor Soto Coy, III Dennis James Crocker Karen Gay Cronquist Norma Jeane Crow Martha Lou Cunningham Joe Frank Dahlstrom James Amador Daress Thomas John Deal Richard Earle Deweese Richard Alan Dillard Clarence William Dittman Mildred Gay Dodson Patricia Burkes Dougherty Charles Clay Doyle Walter Henry DuBose Ernie Dumlao Robert Luther Easterwood John Henry Easily Thomas ' Haines Edwards Charles Lyman Ellis Geraldine Laverne Enderle Mary Kathryn Engle Richard William Engle, Jr. William Lance Ennis Jimmie Wayne Farris James Richard Fojtek Alan Wayne Ford Barbara Sue Foreman Cheryl Ann Fox Edward Paul Frazier Harvey Dale Fuchs James Louis Funderburgh Richard Neil Funk Renee Eleentia Garcia Edna Diane Germer William Joseph Gervers Gary Howard Gilbert Edward Allan Goforth Gary Wayne Goodrich Doris Nell Goslin David Frank Gracey Leslie Lynn Gracey Joan Ann Graham Larry Wayland Grimm Richard Arthur Grimmer Larry Walter Grosse Paul William Guy Milton David Hall William Louis Hanks Margie Adelle Harris Larry Neil Harrison Steven Terrance Harsch JOHN FRANCIS EDMUNDS. Assistant Director Top Row: Guy, Hunks, Harris, Harscli, Hernandez, Higgins, Hildebrand, Hoch, Hollingsworth, Holman, Holitien. Second Row: Howard, Howelh, Hutchison, Isbell, Jameson, Jeter, Joy, Kennedy, King, Kirkland, Kivlin. Third Row: B. Kowert, N. Kowert, LaBaume, Larson, Latham, Laughlin, Laurie, Lea, Ledger, Leonard, LtMsne. Fourth Row: Littlefield, Lloyd, Locke, Loftis, Lohr, Lundell, Magers, A. Marscli, E. Marsch, Martinez, Math. Fiflh Row: Mayer, McCally, McCauley, McDavitt, McDonald, McKinzie, McLerran, Melcher, Meredith, Miller, Mills. Sixth Row: Mindrup. Moltz, Moneyhon, Muelder, Malcom Nelson, Mary Nelson, Newton, Norris, Oldham, OUvo, Osborne. Seventh Roto: Parks, Parma, G. Payne, L. Payne, Perry, Peters, Phillips, Planto, Porter, Preece, Quintanilla. Page 443 MEMBERS Bobby Don Hart Ignacio Hernandez Lowell Thomas Higgins James Linton Hilderbrand Terry Lynn Hobbs Hetty Sue Hoch Mary Louise Hollingsworth Willis Dandridge Holman Edwin Leon Holstien William David Howard Beverly Ann Howeth Robert William Hutchison Arthur Furman Isbell James Garrett Jameson Sherrill Louis Jeter Peter Hamilton Johnston Thomas Walter Jones James David Joy Glenn Wallace Kennedy, Jr. Emma Lea King Clem Lee Kirkland Terry Joseph Kivlin Bruce Arthur Kowert Nancy Louise Kowert Linda Beth LaBaume Lorin Glen Larson Sallie Belt Latham David Dudley Laughlin John E. Laurie Martha Jean Lea Ernest Broughton Ledger, Jr. Thomas Walton Leonard Cherrye Carroll Lesesne David Anderson Littlefield Kaylynn Lloyd Jack Wayne Locke Cecilia Diane Loftis John Michael Lohr Kathleen Ellen Lohr Marilyn Kay Lundell Robert Carroll Magers Alfred Joseph Marsch Elaine Patricia Marsch Raymond John Martin, Jr. Fernando Martinez Keith Alex Math Larry Donald Mayer George Edward McCally Lloyd Ray McCauley Linda McDavitt Robert Leonard McDonald John Michael McKinzie Calvin Jackson McLerran Lydia Ann Melcher Dennis Lee Meredith Linda Ann Mickler George Emmett Miller Nancy Marie Mills David Philip Mindrup Michelle Mae Moltz Robert Moncivaez Carol Hofmann Moneyhon James Albert Moneypenny Gary Thomas Montgomery Michael Tilden Motley Evelyn Duggan Muelder Malcolm George Nelson Mary Ann Nelson Kathryn Louise Newton John William Norris Gus Ronald Oldham John Xavier Olivo Jane Frances Osbornc Mary Jo Parks William John Parma, Jr. Gene Charlesworth Payne Lawrence Miller Payne William Kurtz Perry David Wayne Peters Frank Thomas Phillips Sharon Lee Planto Thomas David Porter Forrest Freeman Preece Brian Thomas Pruitt Linda Jean Quintanilla John Edward Rash Ralph Alan Rash Stanley Eugene Rauhut Kenneth Sherman Reaves William Charles Records Carol Marie Reeb Irene Louise Reeb Pat Reed Edgar Earl Rhea, III Darnell Richey Kent Morrison Rider Richard Coad Robinson James Richard Rogers Claudia Louise Sanders Margaret Ann Savage Virlie Kay Sayers Albert Fred Schkade, Jr. Judith Gayle Schkade David Lawrence Schmidt Clifford Emerson Schoone, Jr. Michael John Schroeder Jerome Charles Schwab Sarah Virginia Searight John Frank Seekamp Dan Keith Seilheimer Jo Ann Shaw Diane Sue Shrader Roland Joe Sierra, Jr. Darin Lee Simpson Gregory Evans Sims James Kendall Sims Herschel Bernie Smartt Donald Eugene Smith Edgar Newman Smith Edwina Carol Smith Eron Janis Smith George Randolph Smith Margaret Smith Juan S. Solis Peggy Sharon Stagg David George Stamman Judy Kay Stark Marvin Joe Stelling Jimmy Tyrone Stewart Walter Ray Strein Lynda Kay Strimple Leslie Wayne Sullivan Phyllis Sue Swaim Joy Alice Tarpley William David Taylor Samuel Henry Robert Thiel, Jr. Kathy Loveta Thompson Sylvia Elaine Thorne Charles Harold Toups, Jr. Larry Lynn Trow Charles Lloyd Turner Dwight Emerson Urelius Thomas Roger Van Devender Kurt Resig Van Sickle Marvin Gerald Vasterling Charles Gene Voorhees Kathryn Carol Wailes Richard Edmund Waldrep Gerald Michael Walker Carol Ann Walters Edward Patrick Walters, Jr. Jerry Wayne Walton Bo Warming Joseph Fred Warren Thomas Charles Wascher Anne Leslie Watkins Lynette Aldrich Weaver Eva Jeanne Wehmeyer Simmy Tess Welch Samantha Bernice White William Thomas Whitener Frank Edward Williams Ronald Paul Williford John Maxwell Wilson Kenneth Gordon Woods Susan Emma Woods Michael Bruce Wortham Bobby Lewis Wren Glen Allen Wren Joel Frederick Young Richard Edward Young Geraldine Lee Zayic r " if afn TT - TT Top Row: Rnvn, Record , C. Reeb, Reed, Rhea, Richey, Rider, Robinson, Rofen, Sanderi, Snafe. Second Kou : Sajrera, A. Schkade, G. Schkade, Schmidt. Schoonr. Schroeder. SMrifht. Seekamp, Seilheimer. Shaw, Shradei. Third Rott: Sierra, C. Sinn, J. Simi. D. Smith, Edgar Smith, Eron Smith. M. Smith, Sugit. Stamman, Stark, Slelling. Fourlk Row: Stewart. Strimple, Sullivan,, Tarpley. Taylor, Thompson. Thome, Trow Turner. Ureliu.. fifth Row: Van Derender, Voorhee.. Waile., C. Walter., E. Waltera, Walton. Warminj. Warren. Wa.cher. Watkini. Si Ron: Weaver, Wehr nryer. Welch. White. K. Woods. S. Wood.. Worlham, B. Wren. C. Wren. J. Young, R. Young, Page 444 Left to Right: Kowcrt, Hanks, Leonard, Cowan, Smith. BAND COUNCIL ' The band council is the governing body of the band. It is made up of a president and four elected counselors. The council has many general duties, one of which is to set up the requirements for lettering. Each counselor also has a specific duty. The fourth counselor has the responsibility of checking roll at all band rehearsals and performances. He must be elected from the preceding year ' s freshman class. The third counselor known as the " water boy " has the duty of seeing that ice water is available to all bandsmen after each half-time show at football games. The pledge class of Kappa Kappa Psi assists him in carrying out his duty. The second counselor ' s duty is to s upervise bus painting when, on all out of town trips, the buses are decorated with " Longhorn Band " and " Bevo " designs. He also provides all the refreshments on out of town trips. The first counselor has the tremendous job of planning and organizing the annual Band Day activities. The president, in addition to presiding over all band func- tions and activities, serves as treasurer and social chairman. A well organized council makes it possible for members to keep the LONGHORN BAND the Show Band of the Southwest. SECTION LEADERS The University of Texas Standine: Funk, Dittman. Smith, Williams, Banister, Grosse. Sitting: Hanks, Moneyhon, Walker, Doyle, Leonard, Voorhees, Kowert, Wilson. Page 445 TEXAS STARS fo Right: Mary Jo Parks, Sylvia E. Thome, SallieBett Elizabeth Latham, Mary Ann Nelson, Eva Jeanne Wehmeyer, Maida Mildred Corder. TWIRLERS Irene and Carol Reeb Bobby Don Hart, Drum Major Page 446 " rant Run;: Kivlin, Groase, Belt, Hutchison, Voorhees, Dumlao, Rash, Camp, Leonard, Goodrich, Smith, Doyle. Second Row: Wilson, Holstien, Cowan, Hanks, )ahlstrom, Rauhut, Ford, Williams, Parma, Montgomery. Third Rota: Kowert, Rider, Locke, Banister, Isbell, Money linn, Joy, Mayer, Strein, Actkinson, Funk. KAPPA KAPPA PSI Kappa Kappa Psi is a national honorary service frater- nity of college bandsmen. The members are selected from men who have completed a full year of band work at the University on the basis of scholarship, leadership, musician- ship, and service to the band. The organization serves the Longhorn Band throughout the year. During football season the group provides water and cokes for the Band and concerns itself with the car- ing for and transporting of equipment. The members also assist with the various activities associated with High School Band Day. Socials and the banquet held in the spring round out the year ' s activities. President .... V ice-President Treasurer Secretary Sponsor OFFICERS CHARLES CLAY DOYLE THOMAS WALTON LEONARD CHARLES GENE VOORHEES STANLEY EUGENE RAUHUT . VINCENT RAIRDEN DINING Arland Lee Actkinson James Henry Belt John Thomas Camp, Jr. Joe Frank Dahlstrom Charles Clay Doyle Ernie Dumlao Alan Wayne Ford Richard Neil Funk MEMBERS Gary Wayne Goodrich Larry Walter Grosse William Louis Hanks Robert William Hutchison Arthur Furman Isbell James David Joy Terry Joseph Kivlin Bruce Arthur Kowert Thomas Walton Leonard Carl Hofmann Moneyhon John Edward Rash Stanley Eugene Rauhut David Lawrence Schmidt Edgar Newman Smith, Jr. Charles Gene Voorhees Frank Edward Williams Derwood Neal Banister Tommy Neal Cowan Edwin Leon Holstien Jack Wayne Locke FALL PLEDGES Larry Donald Mayer Gary Thomas Montgomery William John Parma, Jr. Kent Morrison Rider Walter Ray Strein John Maxwell Wilson Wilfred Chapman Bell Richard Earle Deweese Charles Lyman Ellis SPRING PLEDGES Harvey Dale Fuchs Clem L Kirkland, Jr. Page 447 Robert Carroll Magers James Kendall Sims TAU BETA SIGMA Tau Beta Sigma is an honorary band organization to honor outstanding women in the band. As a group it is a service organization to the band and provides a pleasant social experience for all engaged in college band work. Members are chosen from band women who have a " C " average and have been in the band one semester. OFFICERS Fall CAROL ANN WALTERS President . . . MARGARET ANN SAVAGE V ice-President . SARAH VIRGINIA SEARIGHT Secretary . . . CHERRYE CARROLL LESESNE Treasurer... CLAUDIA LOUISE SANDERS Historian . . . SIMMY TESS WELCH Parliamentarian MRS. VINCENT R. DiNINO Advisor . - - Spring CAROL ANN WALTERS . . . MARGARET ANN SAVAGE SARAH VIRGINIA SEARIGHT CHERRYE CARROLL LESESNE . . CLAUDIA LOUISE SANDERS CAROL MARIE REEB MRS. VINCENT R. DiNINO MEMBERS Mildred Evelyn Branning Joan Ann Brehm Donna Lou Clark Frances Anne Cleveland Carol Jane Coffee Norma Jean Crow Patricia Burkes Dougherty Doris Nell Goslin Nancy Lou Holcomb Mary Louise Hollingsworth Natalie Kendall Nancy Louise Kowert Cherrye Carroll Lesesne Susan Jean McCrone Lydia Ann Melcher Nancy Marie Mills Mary Ann Nelson Patricia Gayle Patterson Carol Marie Reeb Irene Louise Reeb Claudia Louise Sanders Margaret Ann Savage Sarah Virginia Searight Diane Sue Shrader Peggy Sharon Stagg Phyllis Sue Swaim Carol Ann Walters Simmy Tess Welch Geraldine Lee Zayic Martha Lou Cunningham Edna Diane Genner Terry Lynn Hobbs Emma Lea King FALL PLEDGES Linda Beth LaBaume Cecilia Diane Loftis Evelyn Duggan Muelder Mary Jo Parks Margaret Smith Joy Alice Tarpley Kathy L. Thompson Eva Jeanne Wehmeyer Nancy Carter Maida Mildred Corder Sallie Belt Latham SPRING PLEDGES Kathy Ellen Lohr Linda McDavitt Michelle Mae Moltz Jo Ann Shaw Kathryn Carol Wailes Anne Leslie Watkins L: Front Row: Hobbs, St Wehmeyer, Nelion, Melcher. Stagg, Kendall, Branning, Swaim, Milli, Crow, Puki, Savage. Second Rom: Dougherty, Cermer, Tarpler, Sanderi, Waltera. Clark, Brehm, Muelder, Leinne, LaBaume, Searight. Third Ron: Cunningham. I.o(ll, Shrader, Pattenon, C. Reeb, King. Thompion, Welch, Hollingiworth, Page 448 Front Row: Morris, Cramer, Swanson, Wilcox, Gullette. Second Row: Tucci, Fandel, Ayers, Ellis, Lovelace, Hembree, Summers, Imparato, Nted, Johnson, Cissik. Williams, Allison, Valenzuela. ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY Arnold Air Society is an honorary men ' s service organi- zation of the Air Force ROTC. The Society works to further the mission of the Air Force at the University and to pro- mote the esprit de corps of the AFROTC. Members must have outstanding records, interest, ability, and achieve- ment, plus a 2.0 grade point average in air science courses and a 1.3 grade average in civilian academic courses. OFFICERS Squadron Commander WILLIAM WALLACE MORRIS, III Executive Officer CHARLES EDWARD CRAMER, JR. Operations Officer RICHARD CONRAD SWANSON Administrative Officer DONALD PIERCE WILCOX Information Officer ROBERT BURNS DUNKIN Comptroller JOHN HOWARD GULLETTE Faculty Advisor MAJOR JOHN F. KELLY John Henry Cissik William C. Cobb Charles Edward Cramer Robert Burns Dunkin Cecil B. Ellis William Theodore Fandel John Howard Gullette Edward Thomas Imparato Jr. James Clinton Jackson Jr. Dick Tharpe Jordan MEMBERS Michael Boone Lovelace Charles Victor Manes Brian Donald Moore William Wallace Morris, III Lon Edward Nied William Robert Ricks Randy Roy Shope FALL PLEDGES Michael Lynn Smith Richard Conrad Swanson Hilmer William Samuel Swenson, Jr. Robert Leon Tucci Aaron Valenzuela Donald Pierce Wilcox Richard Lee Wilkison Thomas Samuel Williams Nicholas Bluford Wilson Robert Elton Allison, Jr. Louis McClellan Ayers, Jr. Philip M. Guzman Louis A. Hembree, Jr. James Allison Johnson, Jr. Larry Don Kirkpatrick James Grover McMains Kenneth Travis Summers James Henry Belt Bryce Eugene Bonner James Thomas Brown Dennis Craig Cheaney Robert Earl Cherry SPRING PLEDGES Kenneth Elmer Eickmann David Gary Evans Mark Allen Fry Wade Anthony Greer Robert Harold Maginel Richard Caldwell Null John David Robinson, II Tabor Rodger Stone Page 449 ORANGE JACKETS Orange Jackets is an honorary service organization which works to serve the University as a group and as in- dividuals by becoming informed on affairs of the Uni- versity and of the world. The OJ ' s work is to promote spirit for the University in all areas of endeavor. Service work this year included the Foreign Friends project and the cataloging of the Texas Writings Collec- tion in the ' Academic Center. Continuing service to the University through pep rally participation and election commission work have made Orange Jacket membership an honor and a job to carry out. Members are chosen on the basis of leadership, scholarship, and contribution to the University. OFFICERS President JANE GOULD CORNICK V ice-President DIANA DALE HASKINSON Secretary MARY TEDFORD GRIFFITH Treasurer CATHERINE REGINA GORDON Contact Chairman JILL ANNETTE HARRIS Contact Chairman TERRY KLAR Sponsor SHIRLEY BIRD PERRY Sponsor JO ANNE BOYKIN MEMBERS April Beall Eleanor Bankston Beyea Patricia Jeanne Byfield Wilda Lou Campbell Jane Gould Cornick Mary Esther Gamer Catherine Regina Gordon Marquita Box Melody Ann Brooks Gloria Faye Brown Susan Carol Chaffe Hazann Chapman Joan Carol Amacker Nancy Bernard Judith Louise Groom Elizabeth Ann Egelhoff Mary Tedford Griffith Jill Annette Harris Diana Dale Haskinson Caroline Susan Hughes Carolyn Josey Terry Michele Klar Susan Kay McGinness Nellie Jane Ostler Martha Jeanne Purcell Marcia Jane Putegnat Carol Ann Singer Sara Lee Speights 1964 FALL TAPPEES Susan Davis Patricia Burkes Dougherty Judith Ann Downs Pamela Jean Etsinger Orelia Ruth Garcia Nancy Louise Kowert Charlotte Kroll Dorothy Lillard Donna Jean Mabry Mary Ann Mellenbruch 1965 SPRING TAPPEES Marilyn Frances Friedman Kay Harlan Carolyn Hunter Evelyn Phillis Johnson Gail Sue McDougle Sally Eugenia Sneed Frances Spivy Lucina Kay Styron Carolyn Kay Walls Carol Ann Walters Diane Frances Webster Dana Rose Wortham C Kathryn Mitchell Mary Lynn Poston Rose Diane Rosenberg Pauline June Travis Donna Gail Weintraub Merry ' Nell Van Fleet Theo Nancy Wilkes Mary Ann Wycoff Front How: Mitchell, Garcia, Potion, Davit, Campbell, Weintraub. Chapman, Griffith, Putegnat. Travis, Styron. Second Rota: Cordon, Mabry, Mellenbruch, Chaffe, Wortham, Dougherty, Walter!, Beyea, Harrit, Cornick. Third Row: Klar, Purcell, Brown, Oilier, Etiinger, Walli, Beall, Kowert, Spivy. Page 450 Front Row; Bernard, Bailey, Welsler, Spector, Clements, Magilow, Beavers, McDuffie, Anderson, Brown, Mullins. Second Row: Northington, Spencer, Burg- heimer, Leonard, Guynes, Jones, Lewis, Grant, Hinton, Foley. Third Roto: Brim, Leong, Javurer, White, Brooks, Abbott, Donelson, Stoddard, Huclcabee, King. Fourth Row: Taylor, Koenig, Hoffman, Hutsell, Schuller, Dabney, Gruben, Lazicki, Ray, Peterson. ROYAL SPIRIT COMMITTEE The Royal Spirit Committee is organized to promote campus spirit for the various athletic events. The group is composed of representatives from any interested frater- nity, sorority, club, service organization, and living group. The Spirit Committee uses car streamers and signs all over campus to encourage enthusiasm. They also are re- sponsible for window signs on the " Drag " stores and help at pep rallies. OFFICERS Chairman DAVID KNIGHT NORTHINGTON Banners BARRY LYNN HARRELL Sound Truck JEFFERSON KEARNEY BRIM Window Painting THOMAS BRYAN TAYLOR Special Activities KATHRYN ANN BAILEY Speakers Committee CHARLOTTE RENEE CHA PMAN Car Streamers GINGER RENEE CHAPMAN Dorm Signs EVELYN PHILLIS JOHNSON MEMBERS Nancy Ann Abbott Sidney Anderson Kathryn Ann Bailey Lynne Adair Beavers Ginger Carol! Bernard Jefferson Kearney Brimm, HI Carol Deanne Brooks Michaele Nan Brown Martha Fae Burgheimer Charlotte Renee Chapman Patricia Jane Clements Tom Ennis Dabney Diane Elizabeth Donelson Barbara Ann Foley Barbara Louise Grant William Charles Gruben Jaynee Carole Guynes Barry Lynn Harrell Lucy Carolyn Hinton Alan Michael Hoffman Billye Louise Huckabee Bary Ben Hutsell Kathleen Carolyn Javurer Evelyn Phillis Johnson Sherry Kay Jones Janet Irene King David Preston Koenig Daniel Ray Lazicki Justina Jane Leonard Richard Wilson Leong, Jr. Sally Gay Lewis Page 451 Michele Claire Magilow Linda Lee McDuffie Dee Ann Mullins David Knight Northington Terry Walter Peterson Dabney Carr Phillips Robert Newton Ray Frank Clayton Schuller Tamar Spector Pamela Dean Spencer Sandra Gail Stoddard Thomas Bryan Taylor Molly Thornberry Ronni Joy Weksler Mary Ellen White SILVER SPURS Silver Spurs is an honorary service organization recog- nizing outstanding male students on the basis of scholar- ship, leadership, and service to the University. The nu- merous activities of the Spurs throughout the year are characteristic of their spirit and enthusiasm in doing service for the University. During football season in the fall, Spurs can be seen attending to the care of Bevo, University mascot. The Spurs take full personal and financial responsibility for Bevo ' s care and feeding. Other fall activities included sponsoring the Aggie Sign Contest and working in spirit- building activities. Thanksgiving was marked by a party at the State School. Spring activities focused on Round-Up, where Spurs started the entertainment Thursday night with the Round- Up Rally and announced the winners of the Spur-sponsored beard-growing contest. Western Day featured the Jail, where Spurs punished dudes who appeared on campus. The Spurs also escorted and entertained visiting Sweethearts and the University Swee theart nominees. The Easter party, given at the orphans ' home in Round Rock, ended this year full of fun and meaningful service. OFFICERS Fall Spring GEORGE DAVID CARLOCK President CHARLES DAN TALBERT ALAN WILLIAM DREEBEN Vice-President JAMES EDDY BURK THOMAS MAYBORN DUNNING . . . Secretary MICHAEL DAVID SANDGARTEN DANIEL ROBERT KIRSHBAUM .... Treasurer MAURICE MARCUS JIM RAY FLETCHER JAMES CLARK HUDSON GEORGE JACK NACHMAN Executive Council ALAN WILLIAMS DREEBEN KNOX DILLION NUNNALLY THOMAS MAYBORN DUNNING GRAVES W. LANDRUM Faculty Sponsor GRAVES W. LANDRUM MEMBERS Walter Lee Bradley Michael Shane Brenan Charles 0. Buckalew James Eddy Burk George David Carlock Presley Howard Chalmers, Jr. John R. Cope Donald Michael Dalton William Edwin Denman Alan William Dreeben Thomas Mayborn Dunning James Simpson Dyer Michael Ray Eledge Jim Ray Fletcher Lawrence Turner Franks, Jr. Leon Norrod Graham Michael Jacob Gray Hix Green, III David Gray Hall Donald Whitesell Hartman Oliver Samuel Heard James Clark Hudson Robert James Hutson Harold Henry Kahn Daniel Robert Kirshbaum David Isadore Kuperman Lowel Leberman, Jr. Charles Stevenson Leeper Gregory O. Lipscomb David Michael McNeely Maurice Marcus Edgar Allen Miller William Leo Moll Jesse Jefferson Moorhead William Hugh Munn David Rupert Murph Menton Joseph Murray George Jack Nachman David Knight Northington Knox Dillon Nunnally John Mack Orr Clyde David Pomeroy, Jr. Joe Christopher Rude, III James Owen Rush Michael David Sandergarten Walter Cayce Sands Robert Fleming See, Jr. Michael William Simpson Charles Dan Talhert Courtney Mack Townsend Juan Manuel Vasquez Timothy Don Von Dohlen Marquis Evert Whittington FALL ROWELS Barry Alan Applewhite Frank Johnny Bedrick George Madison Berry David Samuel Coats Clif W. Drummond Ronald Clinton Edwards Kenneth Bowen Ford William Joseph Goodwin Gary Neil Gross Barry Lynn Harrell Leonard Clayton Lacy James C. Lederer Richard Daniel Mauldin Jerry Robert Reed Morris Marcus Reese Diron Vester Talbert Shelly Alan Wills John Frank Younger, Jr. John Lewis Adams John M. Compere Robert Edwin Denham Stanley Jay Eisenburg SPRING ROWELS William Crawford Parish Thomas Marion Hagan Allison Gale Hasselmire James Carlton Helms Edward E. Jacobs David Wood Jefferies Lester H. Kuperman Peter S. Lammons Barry Howard Margolis Allen Ray Morris Bruce William Schnitzer Glenn Edwin Staats Front Rou: Drummond, Kuperman, Orr, Nunnally, Carlock, Heard, Whittinflon, Chalmeri, Lederer, Murph, Marcui. Second Row: Miller, Northington. Dreeben, Dunning, Reed, Moorhead, Croat, Edward . Harrell, Nachman, Ford. Third Row: Gray, Applewhite, Rude, Huston, Kahn, Bradley, Hartman, Sandgarten, Coata, Younger, KirHhbaum, Denman, Munn, Wills. Standing with Bevo: Eledge, Burk, Berry, Townsend. Page 452 Front Row: Rosenberg, Recder, Harris, Purccll, Bennett, Griffith, Koy, P. K. Clements, Wagnon. Second Row: Cillis, Gorcn, Reeb, Magilow, McDaniel, Bernstein, Means, King, Berry, Burk, Cauthorn, Price. Third Row: Jones, Goodnight, Brenan, Wilson, Morrow, Weaver, Dougherty, Lain, Stephen, Riemer, Shelton, Walton, Bernard, Foster. Fourth Row: Douglas, Shaw, Kirk, Mehl, Hoffman, Cashion, Wang, Beasley, Samuelson, Chaffe, Beanland, Hooser. Davis, Rulfs. Fifth Ron-: Hinlon, Grafius. Stoddard, Stage, Burrows, Friedman, lessen, Gebhart, Littlejolin, Waglialtcr. Holland, Appleton, Land, Shaw. SPOOKS Spooks is an honorary service organization composed of three girls from each sorority and twenty-three girls from the independent section of campus. This organization .is for freshman and sophomore women who show notable leadership potential. The Spooks work all year to build school spirit by Fall OFFICERS. passing out spirit ribbons, leading pep rallies, and helping at election polls. This year ' s special activities included cof- fees for the International Students and for the Chilean Students. The spring was highlighted in April by a coffee for past and present Spooks. Spring MARTHA JEANNE PURCELL President . . . MARILYN FRANCES FRIEDMAN MARY TEDFORD GRIFFITH Vice-President LINDA LEE BURK SUSAN ELIZABETH WAGNON Corresponding Secretary MICHELE CLAIRE MAGILOW SUSAN ELIZABETH WAGNON . . Recording Secretary MARY JANE DAVIS CLAIR LYN REEDER Treasurer AUDREY PAIGE RIEMER MARGARET LUCILE KOY Spook Spirit .... CLAIRE LOUISE GOODNIGHT JILL ANNETTE HARRIS Spirit NANCY BERNARD ORA AILEEN BENNETT Faculty Sponsor ORA AILEEN BENNETT MEMBERS Sidney Anderson Jamie Lee Andrews Tresha May Appleton Candy Beanland Nancy Bernard Barbara Anne Brenan Linda Lee Burk Margaret Olivia Burnett Susie Carol Chaffe Patricia Jane Clements Nancy Jane Compere Mary Jane Davis Patricia Burkes Dougherty Marva LaGean Douglas Carol Marie Foster Eleanor Corless Beasley Ricki Annette Bernstein Barbara Jill Berry Betty Burrows Judith Kathryn Byrd Brownie Sue Cashion Edna Candace Cauthorn Jan Baldwin Lana Jo Ball Cheryl Lynn Blair Michaele Nan Brown Sara Virginia Bullock Grace Juanita Cleaver Peggy Lynn Clements Marilyn Frances Friedman Mary Esther Garner Johanna Gebhart Claire Louise Goodnight Janet Goren Elizabeth Isabell Grafius Mary Tedford Griffith Elizabeth Christine Hall Jill Annette Harris Marilyn Gayle Hoffman Carolyn Sue Holland Susanne Gayle Hooser Carolyn Hunter Donna Ament Jessen Carolyn Theresa Jones Nancy Victoria Kennedy Vicky Saundra Kirk Margaret Lucille Koy Justina Jane Leonard Elizabeth Ann Littlejohn Michele Claire Magilow Carolyn Ann McDaniel Janet Marie Means Karen Lee Owen Martha Jeanne Purcell Sarah Mary Ray Carol Marie Reeb Clair Lyn Reeder Audrey Paige Riemer Rose Diane Rosenberg FALL SPOOKLETS Judy Ann Gillis Lucy Carolyn Hinton Ricki Lynn Jackson Emma Lea King Margaret Elizabeth Lain Ruth Elizabeth Land Diane Jane Mehl Carol Ann Morrow Mary Anne Nelson Patricia Ishel Price Carol Ann Rulfs Rebecca Ann Samuelson SPRING SPOOKLETS Betty Jean Devereaux Susan Elizabeth Epps Kate Terry Flack Hilaire Michelle Girard Jane Biedenharn Hargis Karen Hope Hawkins Elizabeth Ann Houston Judy Hutche on Jackie Maxine Kimbrougb Diane Rochelle Lequeux Kathy Ellen Lohr Linda McDavitt Maria Renola Dianne Rush Betty Anne Sanford Julia Fu Shaw Linda Suzanne Shelton Peggy Sharon Stagg Carolyn Nell Stewart Sandra Gail Stoddard Dorothy Thomas Frances Ann Waghalter Susan Elizabeth Wagnon Gail Allen Walter Karen Kay Walton Teresa L. Wang Roma Theresa Weaver Ann L. Whiting Claudine Schwetke Jo Ann Shaw Barbara Yevonne Singleton Leslie Vida Stephen Susan Phyllis Urquhart Alice Naomi Wilson Delia Sing Shaw Cheryl Chinbaum Peggy Sue Utay Louella Grace Vine Ronnie Joy Weksler Sallye Frances Whitener Gretchen Craven Williams Page 453 TEXAS COWBOYS The Texas Cowboys were founded at The University of Texas in 1922 as an honorary men ' s service organization to promote spirit on campus and give service to the Uni- versity. Membership in the Cowboys is based on leader- ship, ability, and campus activities. In the fall the Cowboys promote spirit for the Uni- versity athletic events. They sponsor " Smokey " the cannon and the Aggie bonfire. The fall is highlighted by Cowboy Minstrels which annually provides approximately $5,000 to the Austin Council for Retarded Children. Spring activities feature the Round-Up Bar-B-Que on Friday of Round-Up Week-end. Other activities include par- ticipation in the Honors Day Convocation and Commence- ment exercises. Through these activities the Cowboys en- deavor to live up to their motto: " Give the best you have to Texas and the best will come back to you. " OFFICERS Fall Spring TOMMY DREW CAUTHORN Foreman JOHN BROCK PEVATEAUX JOE BILL WATKINS Strawboss RONALD DAVIS BANDY KLEBER JENNINGS DENNY Horse Wrangler LUTHER DANIEL PRESCOTT JOHN BROCK PEVATEAUX Shot Gun LARRY STEVE STEINBERGER LUTHER DANIEL PRESCOTT Camp Cook ERNEST MELVIN KOY JOHN G. STEELE Sponsor JOHN G. STEELE ARNO NOWOTNY Sponsor ARNO NOWOTNY Betty VanWagoner, Sweetheart MEMBERS Marion Corry Adams Ronald Davis Bandy Charles Richard Barnhill James Harold Bell Steven Lloyd Bercu Jack B. Boone Clarence Vaughn Bray Jack Bethel Brown Tommy Drew Cauthorn Hubbard Scott Caven William Charles Cobb Pete Richard Coneway Michal Barry Gotten Edwin Theodore Davis Kleber Jennings Denny Gary Everett Bushell Platt Walker Davis, III Frank Owen Hadlock Leslie Derrick, Jr. Pete Ethridge Jon Grant Ford Mike Gammon Timothy Michael Doerr Robert Bynum Dorrell Howard Paul Dreyer Miguel Espinosa Dan Adolph Fleckman Richard Allen Fogel Scott Charles Follett Tommy Cline Ford Phillip G. Foot William James Galbreath Lawrence Louis Germer Brian Peyton Hanson Philip Leon Harris John Bruce Heath Morton Lee Herman Bary Ben Hutsell Douglas Alan Johnson Lenoir Moody Josey Thomas Dale Keene Ernest Melvin Key Marvin Christopher Kristynik Joe Edward Lea Robert R. Lende William Ronald Mahoney Travis Charles Meitzen John Gregg Middleton Eugene William Mitchell Charles Thomas Newton Kenneth C. Nietenhoefer Tommy Henry Nobis FALL PLEDGES Mark Lafayette Hart David Raymond Parker Richard Romo James Benton Rylandei Timothy Hayes Smith Tom Allen Stockton SPRING PLEDGES Barney Lewis Giles Bennett Joe Glazer Jarrold Alan Glazer Thomas Allen Graves David Michael Gregory Jack LeRoy Howe, Jr. Clyde K. Oldham fi Darius Dudley Oldham Patrick C. Oxford John Brock Pevateaux Luther Daniel Prescott, Jr. Ned Price, Jr. Donald Ray Rector Richard Donald Ruggles Marion J. Sanford Robert Allen Sewell Larry Steve Steinberger Malcolm Boyd Street, Jr. Joe Bill Watkins Alfred Earl White, Jr. Huntington Spann Swanson George Wesley Works, III George Allen Oversireei, Jr. David Tuxworth Roark Tom Royce Robertson Front Kou: Swinxin, Lei, Ciuthorn, Given. Hermin, E. Divii, Cobb, Conrwi r , Price. Second Row: Buihell. Briv, Bell, Mitchell, Peritelui, Bindjr. Flrckmin. VinWifonrr. Street. Hart. Smith, Hidlock, Newton. Third Ron: Pirker, Koy. Wilkini, Bercu, P. Divii. Denny. Stockton, Sewell, Rector, Follett, PreMOtt. Page 454 FINE ARTS Front Raw : Estes, Graham, Lane, Proctor, Allen, I. Jones, Gross, Webb, Ellis, MrQuay, Veazey, Wilcox, M. PI an. Deacon. Second Rote: Carroll, Salmon. Hawkins, Lasater, Moody, Penn, Ligon, Roye, King, Fen ton, Feasler, Polhamus, L. Dean, George. Third Row: Scott, Wills, Bufford, Pollard, Box, Parks. Wilson, Walters, Johnson, Howk, Collier, Giffen, Garner, S. Jones, Erickaon. Fourth Row: Pruitt, Eikenberry, Martin, Echels, VanHemert, Shannon, EHzey, Dasch, Sharpe, Lultrell, Watson, Miller, Makrla. Nelson, Carter, Conncll. A CAPPELLA CHOIR MORRIS JAY BEACHY Mary Margaret Alexander Suzanne Allen Carol Sue Bock Elgene Owen Box Samuel Lawrence Bufford Louise Greer Carroll Stephen Leroy Carter Dennis Clark Richard Robert Collier John Lee Connell Ramon Edward Dasch Margaret Ellen Deacon Linda Rae Dean Marilynn Sue Dean Edwin Alton Echels Daniel Henry Eikenberry The University of Texas A Cappella Choir, since its reorganization in 1957, has increased its activity and musical influence throughout the Southwest. The Choir performs primarily for high school, junior college, and civic audiences. Annual tours beginning in 1958 have included appearances in more than 50 different cities throughout the state of Texas and over 20,000 miles of travel. This spring the annual tour included appearances in Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Texas and was highlighted by the Choir ' s performance at the final concert of the Southwestern Convention of the American Choral Directors ' Association. Other A Cappella activities included participation in the Christmas carol sing on the Main Mall, in the production of Bach ' s " Christmas Oratorio " , and in the midwinter concert. The spring activities ended with the Annual Spring Concert which this year included a costumed staged operetta. OFFICERS President . EDWIN ALTON ECHELS V ice-President DONALD EMMETT GIFFIN Secretary CAROL SUE BOCK Publicity Manager JOHN RICHARD ERICKSON Treasurer EDWARD BAXTER HOWK Historian MARGARET ELLEN DEACON Librarian JOHN CHARLES ELLZEY Social Chairman MARILYNN SUE DEAN Director . MORRIS JAY BEACHY MEMBERS Nelda Joy Ellis John Charles Ellzey John Richard Erickson Carolyn Frances Estes Donna Feaster Joan Barbara Fenton James Reynolds Garner Carol Ardelle George Donald Emmett Giffen Jackie Bohuslav Graham Marjorie Faye Gross Nancy Lee Hawkins Edward Baxter Howk John Kenneth Johnson Iris Elizabeth Jones Steve Allen Jones Donna Sue King Karen Elizabeth Lane Jan Mason Lasater Laura Frances Ligon William Leon Luttrell Patsy Lee McQuay James Gauticr Martin Robert George Makela Gerald Kirby Miller Jan Moody Russell Carl Nelson Robert Earl Parks Sarah Jane Penn Jill Elaine Polhamus Charles Hardin Pollard Dorothy Janelle Proctor James B. Pruitt Laura Yvonne Roye Carol Annette Salmon Joel Ingram Shannon John Stovall Sharpc Scott Murray Smith Emily Jane Tracy James Mark VanHemert Victoria Kay Vr;i r John Kenneth Walters William Kyle Watson Nancy Lee Webb Suzannah Margaret Wilcox Guy Samuel Wilson James Alexander Wills Page 456 LONGHORN SINGERS The University of Texas Longhorn Singers were organ- ized in the spring of 1958 as an ensemble of men and women students from all colleges of the University and now number approximately eighty members. Annually, they pre- sent entertainment for conventions and numerous Uni- versity functions. This year the Longhorn Singers presented two parody numbers in Round-Up Revue. During the past year the Singers presented programs of light music for more than twenty-five audiences providing " entertain- ment in the finest college tradition. " These audiences in- cluded those attending the Ex-Students ' Distinguished Alumnae Awards Banquet in October as well as members of Ex-Students ' Associations across the state. The Singers toured the Texas Gulf Coast area at the January semester break to sing for local Ex-Students ' Association Chapters. OFFICERS President JERRY J. TAUB Vice-Presideni SAMUEL COACHMAN RUSSELL Secretary GAIL WILLIAMSON Treasurer RADNEY LEE FISHER Performance Co-Ordinator THOMAS AXEL ANDERSON Director D. ROYCE BOYER Faculty Sponsor ARNO NOWOTNY Gayle Louise Aicklen Thomas Axel Anderson Judith Elynne Baxter Dorothy Nell Beaver Robert Alan Berry Carl Sue Bock Monetta Mabeth Brown Nancy Ruth Buck Carol Hagg Bush James P. Callaway Sam Anthony Canzoneri Jerry Allen Cargill Reynolds Newman Gate Patricia Jane Clements Daniel Colodner Cynthia Lynn Cox John Harold Davidson Claudia Jean Day Shirley Ann DeSoto Bonnie A. L. Ebest Daniel Henry Eikenberry Rodger Thomas Ellis Kathleen Elizabeth English Michael Gary Erickson Pamela Jean Etsinger Radney Lee Fisher K. Edward Franks MEMBERS Michael Ray Galbraith Mary Jane Glimp Charles Lloyd Green Rita Anne Griffin James Leon Hammonds Darrellene E. Havins Lucy Gail Holmes Patricia Ann Hurley George Dale Jonte, Jr. John R. Justice Karen Kee Kay King Julie Kirklin Terry Michele Klar Russell Vann Lehrman Axel Emil Lehto Richard Kent Lennington Jo Ellen Lindner Martha Lou McAllister Brian Kirk McManus Gwendolyn Jean Metcalfe Sandra Jean Miller William Wade Miller Leonard Allison Payne, Jr. Charles Brant Pelphrey Lana Kay Phillips Dorothy Louise Plummer Pamela Kate Powell Robert Manning Price Sheila Rae Reeves Michael Albert Richmond Teresa Mae Roberto Sam Wilson Russell Samuel Coachman Russell Charles Lloyd Schmidt Jane Marie Schorlemer Mary Katherine Smith Sherman Owen Smock Paul Gilbert Spencer Elsie Louise Swendsen Phillip Mike Symons Jerry J. Taub Betty Carolyn Templeton Laura Kathryn Templeton Gary Lynn Thomas Gary Rowe Thomas Kathy Marie Wall Charles Donnell Walters Cynthia Lee Williams Gail Williamson Charles Cowan Womack, Jr. Danny Lee Wood Dana Rose Wortham Sandra Leigh Young D. ROYCE BOYER, Director Front Row: Powell, Griffin, S. Miller, Metcalfe, Holmes, Phillips, Reeves, Clements, English, Havins. Second Row: Lennington, Galbraith, Ellis, McManus, S. W. Russell, Wood, Canzoneri, Fisher, Cargill, Jonte, S. C. Russell, G. R. Thomas. Third Row; Brown, Cox, Klar, DeSoto, Swendsen, Wall, Kirklin, McAllister, Baxter, Smith, Plummer, Bock, Young, King, L. Templeton. Fourth Row: B. Templeton, Ebest, Day, Beaver, Roberto, Glimp, Kee, Bush, Aicklen, Williams, Etsinger, Schorlemer, Wortham, Hurley, Williamson. Fifth Row; Symons, Colodner, G. L. Thomas, Gate, Lehto, Pelphrey, Callaway, Davidson, Hammonds, W. Miller, Womack. Sixth Roto: Eikenberry, Richmond, Anderson, Lehrman, Walters, Erickson, Franks, Green, Price, Payne, Schmidt, Taub. Page 457 MADRIGAL SINGERS Seated: Earnest, J. Echels, Wilcox, McCormick, McCrory. Standing: Panther, E. Echela, Melcher, Neill, Fenton, Howk, Stile, Retif. Soprano Jennifer McCrory Shaaron Merie Melcher Jean Ann Panther Sue Alyce Stiles Alto Janie Elkins Echels Joan Barbara Fenton Suzannah Margaret Wilcox Tenor John David Earnest Edward Baxter Howk John William Neill Bass Edwin Alton Echels Leonard Alan McCormick Thomas Newton Retif The University of Texas Madrigal Singers was organized in January, 1958, under the direction of Morris J. Beachy. Since that time the group has given over one hundred pro- grams, singing for professional groups, societies and con- cert audiences throughout the Southwest. Composed of thirteen select voices, the Madrigals re- create in their performances the setting and festive atmos- phere of the 16th century banquet hall, providing them with a unique and picturesque manner of performance. This setting includes the use of a specially designed table which is set off with a satin cover, lace cloth, and a cande- labra. Also used on many appearances is a small harpsi- chord and an authentic late 17th century Italian lute. Al- though the emphasis is on music of the 16th century, the group also performs contemporary numbers which are ex- pressly suitable for the vocal chamber idiom. In addition to many " live " appearances on TV, the Sing- ers have also recorded programs on video tape which have been carried by the major TV stations of the state and other parts of the country. It is the custom of the members to sing more to each other than to the audience on numbers of a lighter nature, thereby giving additional animation to the music and providing a more accurate representation of the performance practices of the 16th century. Front Row: Pinther, Neill, Stilei. Second Rom: Wilcox, Earned, Howk. Meleher, McCormick. McCrory. Third Rot,: Retif, J. Echels. E. Echeli, Fenton. Page 458 Seated: Anderson, Rodriquez, McLaughlin, Shaw, Duplissey, Rountree. Second Row, Standing: BratUhaw, Hill, Richards, Carrell, W. Warren, Barrera, Edwards, Propes, Jordan, Herzfeld, Tobola. Third Row, Standing: Ruiz, Howard, Vaaquez, Waldron, Quade, Nelson, Dodson, Bacon, Mabry, LaNier, Hines, Diaz, H. Warren, Adkins, Scheps, Renfro. MEN ' S GLEE CLUB The University of Texas Men ' s Glee Club dates its or- ganization from the turn of the century and boasts the longest history of any choral ensemble on campus. The group has provided an opportunity to participate in the tradition of the male chorus and to partake of its rich cultural experience. The Glee Club performs programs so varied and ever changing so as to appeal to almost all ages and tastes. This year ' s activities included participation in the Christmas " Oratorio " , and the performance of Stravinsky ' s " Oedipus Rex " as well as the annual Dad ' s Day Program, the Choral Midwinter Concert, and the annual Spring Concert. The Glee Club also took part in Round Up Revue with " Food, Glorious Food, " and throughout the year the group gives a series of serenades to the women ' s dormi- tories. These programs all add up to a busy and en- thusiastic season. OFFICERS President ROYCE EUGENE LANIER Vice-President EARL STEPHEN HINES Secretary ROGER LEE RENFRO Treasurer PHILIP BROWN SCHEPS Director J. G. MARTIN MEMBERS Brian Howard Adkins Robert Edwin Anderson Drew O ' Neal Bacon, Jr. Martin Barrera, III Charles Caldwell Bradshaw Jimmy W. Carrell Murray Glenn Clark Romulo Liberio Diaz, Jr. Hugh Campbell Dismukes Charles G. Dodson Claude Vernon Duplissey Alva Allie Edwards John William Ford Kenneth Charles Godshalk, Jr. diaries David Herzfeld Harold Wayne Hill Earl Stephen Hines Glenn Thompson Howard, Jr. Jay Allan Jordan Royce Eugene LaNier Robert Smith Mabry Robert Clark McLaughlin Marvin Jim Middleton Robert Drew Nelson Roger Craig Propes Larry Glyndol Quade Roger Lee Renfro George Wheeler Richards Henry G. Rodriquez Steven Mandreth Rountree Ruben Moses Ruiz ' James Owen Rush Philip Brown Scheps Barry Arthur Schlech Charles Compton Shaw Barry Guy Tobola Leonte Eulogio Vasquez Wilbur Doyle Waldron, Jr. Homer Clay Warren, Jr. William Seymour Warren Jerry Kay Wills Page 459 Front Roto: Wells, Lasater, Fuhrmann, Kerchcville, Pennington, Day, Winslett, Entzminger, Pennington, Barling, Augustus, Jones, Wynn, Red mem, Sinclair. Second Row: Waddell, Mason, Stone, Wingate, Lewellen, Jepsen, Ericson, McDaniel, Hill, Higley, Galloway. Third Row: Burda, Mojica, Durley, Murray, Seaberry, Clements, Stevenson, Taylor, Fowler, Bullock. SOUTHERN SINGERS The Southern Singers, an all-girl chorus, was organized at The University of Texas in 1960. The forty-five members, directed by Miss Bess Hieronymus, have a repertoire of music ranging from classical songs to broadway musicals. The Dad ' s Day concert in the Union, Christmas concerts at the Confederate Home, a presentation at Fort Sam Hous- ton in San Antonio, and the Carol Sing on the Main Mall were presented during the fall semester. Spring semester events were the Midwinter Concert, a Classical Concert, and another concert at the Confederate Home. OFFICERS President LINDA LEE MASON Secretary-Treasurer BARBARA GAYLE LEWELLEN Accompanist MARTHA DEE STONE Social Chairman NANCY ANN FOWLER Publicity Chairman SUSAN ESTHER ERICSON Faculty Sponsor MARGARET BERRY Director . BESS HIERONYMUS MEMBERS Kathey Ann Augustus Anna Louise Barling Sara Virginia Bullock Elizabeth Claire Burda Peggy Lynn Clements Margaret Cheryl Day Felicia Yvonne Durley Dorthea Jean Entzminger Susan Esther Ericson Nancy Ann Fowler Glenda Frances Fuhrmann Nancy Sue Galloway Barbara Ruth Higley Mary Frances Hill Gloria Lanelle Jepsen Doris Marie Jones Kay Elaine Kercheville Ruth Ann Lasater Barbara Gayle Lewellen Linda Lee Mason Mary Gail McDaniel Priscilla Orpin Mojica Marcia Berta Murray Alice Marie Pennington Linda Martelle Pennington Lynda Kay Redmon Linda Dell Seaberry Dana Sue Sinclair Dianne Stevenson Martha Dee Stone Vicki Taylor Shonnie Karen Waddell Carol Sue Wells Joyce Marie Wingate Frances Marian Winslett Judith Gae Wynn Page 460 UNIVERSITY CHORUS The University Chorus is the largest choral group on campus numbering its membership at approximately 160. As a large group they are able to work with music re- quiring range and volume. The Chorus develops its work over the semester to present one major concert in the fall and one in the spring. The fall work was Bach ' s " Oratorio " for Christmas. In the spring the group worked on the Stravinsky Concert. Under the direction of Morris Beachy, the University Chorus provides the opportunity for participation in tech- nical choral work. MEMBERS Tomme Ray Actkinson Joyce Elizabeth Arce Marsha Lynn Ashendorf Mary Alice Baingo Martha Ann Baker Craig Edsall Bartlett Wallace Brown Baze Howard H. Beard John Scott Bennett Anne Currie Bemhardt Nancy Sharon Berry Carol Ann Bohn Mike L. Boyd Charles Howell Branning M. Evelyn Branning Nanci Ellen Bransford Bruce Gerald Brewer, Jr. Edward Richard Brooks Betty Yarnell Brown Barbara Anthen Brown Joan Bruyere Donnie R. Burgess Robert Grant Burns James F. Burow Nancy Ruth Burton Judith Lee Calkins Jimnjie Eugene Caruthers Owen Griffith Clayton Margaret Brown Cleland Carol Ann Cooper Frances Gale Corazzi Annell Costlow Jo Lynn Cunningham Betty Sue Davis Margaret E. Diden Susan McCarroll Dixon Yvonne D ' OIive Laura Lucile Duke Sara Ann Edmonds Nancy Eleanor Elick Vivian Elaine Elliff Cynthia Tannehill Faulk Lynda Lou Ferguson Martha Virginia Ferguson Carolyn Joyce Fisher Louis Joseph Fohn Richard Nelson Franks Richard David Freed Linda Lou Froehner Hollis Kirsten Gerard Dwain Edward Glass Judith Henry Glass Patsy Gonzales Sarah Elizabeth Goodenough Sarah Blanche Green Michael Ellis Greenberg Sandra Kathleen Gregg Tommie Allen Griffith Michael James Hanley Jean Fay Harp Leanna Harris Linda Sue Harty Ann Wyss Hawker Cherie S. E. Hesse Barbara Kathleen Higgins Terry Lynn Hobbs Judy Holmes Charles Guy Hooks, III John Bryant Hooper John A. Houtz Tom R. Hurt Arlette I. Jones Beverly Ann Jordan Margaret Stephens Jordan Richard Larry Jordan Joesph Kboudi Peggy Kellough Diane Chloe Kelty Nancy Victoria Kennedy Vicky Saundra Kirk Candace Elizabeth Knopf Marilyn Mills Lindsay Ann Garner Long Stephany Lynge Margie Jeannette Mallett Sherry Nona Martin Joan Marie McAfee Fredricka McBride Lois Ann McDowell Joe Phillip McElhaney Rita Ann McKissack Mary Hannah McLaran Lynda Kay McVey Vicki Lu Met zler Barry P. Middleman Leslie Lucille Milliren Velmanett Montgomery John Allison Moody Glynda Key Moore Greta Moore William Benton Morrison, Jr. Susan Carol Nail Carl Davidson Newton Rebecca Ortiz Judith Lynn Painter Susan Alice Park Kathryn Parish Iva Ben Parr Richard Charles Parsons Betty Joyce Patch Robert Francis Peters, II Edmond Joseph Peterson John T. Phillips Mary Elizabeth Pinkney Charlotte Anne Pollard Betty Ruth Pursley Nancy Carol Ragsdale Robert Dempsey Ralston James Thomas Ramsey, Jr. Robert Ewing Raney Linda Janice Regan Woodward Clement Regan, Jr. Carolyn Riba Janet Elizabeth Rice Joseph Breen Ringland, II Robert Xavier Rodriguez Nancy Lee Rogers Dorothy Jean Ditsch Pamela Ann Russell Carol Diane Rybiski Judith Barbara Schimmel Elma Fulton Schwartz Susan Shockley Carol Ann Singer Dianne Vivian Smith Mary Kay Smith Linda Sokolosky Mary Katherine Sorden Thomas Mings Sumners Anne Barbara Talbert Christopher Lane Teele Joan Townsend Maria Elizabeth Wagner Carol Sue Walston Jennabeth Louise Ward Thomas James Wenger Debbera Ann Williams Mescal Wilson Willye Stene Witcher Marsha Carol Wolk Pat Wylie Jane Adair Wyss Arthur Cleve Yenawine Helen Lee Yarborough Karl David Youens Robert Elliott Zimmermann Page 461 VARSITY SINGERS The Varsity Singers is an elite and versatile ensemble of selected voices. The Singers offer programs sparkling with variety, taking advantage of the abundant individual talents within the group. Their repertoire includes special arrangements of folk and popular music ranging from " Jimmie ' s Got A Coil " to Broadway ' s " Bye, Bye Birdie " . Under the direction of D. Royce Boyer, the Varsity Sing- ers are entirely unique, epitomizing self-contained enter- tainment. The Varsity Singers made their first annual tour in the spring of 1964, traveling to northern Michigan and pre- senting performances at schools and military installations dotting the 4,000 mile route. The 1965 spring tour included Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia. In May the group made an appearance on KHFI-TV in Austin. The success of the group is evident in the enthusiastic re- ception they have received at every appearance. MEMBERS Kenneth George Altvater Cynthia Lynn Cox Bonnie Ebest Margaret Lynn Gallagher Lucy Gail Holmes Walt Launey Patsy McQuay William Miller Mary Isabelle Navar Terry Taylor Robert Carter Wilson Danny Lee Wood Dana Rose Wortham Raul Ornelas, Accompanist Rehearsing and performing, they are the talented Varsity Singers: Wood, Navar, Launey, Cox, Miller. Holme . Allvaler, Ebest, Wilson, Gallagher. Wortham. Ornelas. Page 462 SYMPHONIC BAND The University of Texas Symphonic Band was or- ganized in 1942. Under the direction of J. Frank Elsass, the band has grown to approximately ninety members. Its style obtains a rich sound while keeping its character of finesse and musicianship. Many concerts are given each year both locally anS throughout the state. The band also participates in the Annual Symposium of Contemporary Musicians. President JAMES THOMAS CAIN Conductor . J. FRANK ELSASS MEMBERS FLUTES Mary Katherine Engle Michelle Mae Moltz Mary Jo Parks Patti Lou Rogers Lynda Kay Strimple Jean Ann Weger OBOES Lounea Anderson Robert E. Davis Sharon Naomi Mason Michael David Sandgarten Ellen Irene Wehmanen ENGLISH HORN John Howard Morris B-FLAT CLARINETS Joseph Harry Castellano E. Paul Frazier Richard Neil Funk Edward William Guinn Robert B. Jones Rene Menchaca Mary Ann Nelson Joy Joanne Oster Lawrence M. Payne Maria del Rosario Perez Frank Thomas Phillips Raymond Schroeder Bo Warming BASSOONS Jo Ann Bailey John O ' Neill William Thomas Whitener BASS CLARINETS Thomas Jefferson Gibson, IV A. W. Hamilton Eugene Evans Rhemann E-FLAT SAXOPHONES Joe Charles Arsuaga David Weaver Fessel Newton Aylmer Hightower TENOR SAXOPHONE Richard R. Beeson BARITONE SAXOPHONE Rayfield Wilkins FRENCH HORNS Richard E. Boner John Henry Easily Lorin Glen Larson Terry L. Orr Robert Mitchell Renz David Jerry Taylor Samuel H. R. Thiel TRUMPETS Derwood Neal Banisler Fred Bernhardt James H. Bryan James Thomas Cain Carroll G. Cantrell Gordon Richard Goodwin James D. Lovell Raul S. Omelas Michael Joseph Stehling Charles Lloyd Turner Stephen Floyd Weger BARITONES Jody Luriene Andrews Elon Ferris Arnold, Jr. Harry Lee Plumbley Glen Allen Wren TROMBONES Donald E. Barton George A. Carpenter, Jr. Peter Hamilton Johnston Henry Lawrence Peck Morton McGregor Stine Wade Houston Weiler TUBA Joe Frank Dahlstrom Lawrence Payne Amado Rodriguez, Jr. PERCUSSION Dennis L. Aubrey J. Howard Barnett Susan M. Blackburn George Wayne Karacostas Linda McDavitt Richard Trippe Speer John Roberl Wheal Page 463 - Organizations provide special opportunities for their members t J " ft$! s%i .1 Vfr while providing benefits for every student on campus. Organizations unite the University in creative purpose and spirit. Page 464 $ , a ATHLETICS , I I ATHLETICS Page 465 Edited by Richard Dunn Assisted by Judy Speed and Janis Hughen, fall INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS Intercollegiate athletics, a world within a world ... a nerve-racking cheer ... a vicious col- lision of tailback and guard ... a burst of energy through to the touchdown .. . . the graceful leap of a forward soaring into the air, a swish of the net ... a crack of the bat . . . the long flight in- to the sky. While underneath, a heart . . . the core of practicality . . . beneath a surface of joyous play . . . the work . . . the practice sessions . . . the constant scouting . . . the planning of tiips . . . the strategy meetings ... an attempt to transform the academic first-classism into the athletic first-classism ... of the pentagon mono- lith . . . which is college athletics . . . DARRELL K. ROYAL Athletic Director ATE ATHLETIC COUNCIL nthin a iouscol- )f energy efnl leap flight in- tie core I joyous ions . , attempt into the omono- R. GOMMEL ROESSNER ORVILLE WYSS JOE B. FRANTZ WILLIAM T. GUY J. NEILS THOMPSON, Chairman JOHN B. HOLMES STUART P. WRIGHT WALLY SCOTT JOHN F. MOREHEAD JACK COLEMAN PATTERSON Assistant Athletic Director Left to Right: WILLIAM F. ERMEL, Admini- strative Assistant, ALBERT HARRIS LUND- STEDT, Business Manager, ALFRED R. ROCHS, Associate Business Manager. . . . and the participants . . . the players . . . the students . . . the schizophrenia of athletics . . . study . . . learn . . . plays . . . notes ... on the road ... in the dorm . . . practice . . . study ... no release . . . until the final . . . game . . . exam . . . produces ... a student ... an athlete. LAN LEMUEL HEWLETT, Counselor, Intercollegiate Athletics, Counseled athletes with their academic work. In the picture below Larry Franks was studying late to keep up with his academic work. Left to Right: RUTH ESTELLE GOLD, Executive Assistant; DOROTHY IMOGENE KEYS, Senior Secretary; BLANCHE RHODES, Administration Secretary. Left to Right: MARGARET STEWART, Secretary; ALTA MOORE, Administrative Secretary; DONNA JO BRADFORD, Senior Secretary for the Business Office. Page 468 MRS. THELMA BLAYLOCK, Food Service Supervisor, checked meals at Moore-Hill. MRS. J. M. GRIFFITH, Food Service Supervisor. INA GENELLE VOELKER AND GERRY FLEMING Accounting clerks for Athletic Administration. Page 469 JONES RAMSEY, Sports News Director, and ORLAND L. SIMS, Assistant Sports News Director. J JAMES V. BLAYLOCK, Athletic Equipment Supervisor DR. JOHN H. SIMS, Team Physician Page 470 I 1 1 KAY BAILEY PHILLIS JOHNSON DAVID NORTHINGTON, Head Cheerleader 1964-65 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS David Northington, an Arts and Science biology major from Austin, heads the 1964-65 cheerleading squad. Other cheerleaders include Charlotte Chapman, a sophomore Arts and Science speech major from Liberty; Jay Brim, sopho- more CBA pre-law major from Sulphur Springs; Kay Bailey, first-year law student from LaMarque; Tommy Taylor, junior physical education major from Bellaire; Phillis Johnson, plan II major from Galveston; Barry Harrell, jun- ior pre-med student from Houston; Ginger Bernard, sopho- more special education major from Bellaire. TOMMY TAYLOR GINGER BERNARD BARRY HARRELL CHARLOTTE CHAPMAN JAY BRIM FOOTBALL 1964 NATIONALLY RANKED LONGHORNS 5th in the Nation, Orange Bowl Champions Texas 31 Tulane Texas 23 Texas Tech Texas 17 Army 6 Texas 28 Oklahoma 7 Texas 13 Arkansas 14 Texas 6 Rice 3 Texas 7 SMU Texas 20 Baylor 14 Texas 28 TCU 13 Texas 26 Texas A M 7 Texas 21.. ..Alabama 17 Page 473 THE 1965 Front Row: Is I to ' Rifht: Student Trainer Bill Lene, Coach lim Pittman, Harold Phillip, Bo Price, Frank Bedrick, Olen Underwood, Anthony King, Tommy Mankin, Charles Buckalew, George Sauer, Barney Cilel, Lee Heniley, David Conway, Gary Moore, Phil Derrick, Mike King, David Jeffcries, Jim Hudson, Knox Nunnally, Kelly Baker, Fred Edwards, Dave Darii, and Head Coach Darrell Royal. FOOTBALL CO-CAPTAINS: Tim Doerr and Jim Hudson. front; Darrel Royal, Head Football Coach; Back Rote: RuHell Coffee, Offensive Coach; Bill Ellinfton, Olfeniive Backfield Coach;. Jim Piltman, Offensive Linr Coach; Charley Shlra, De- fensive Line Specialist; Willie Zapalac, Defensive Back Coach; and Mike Campbell, End Coach. Page 474 LONGHORNS Second Row: Junior Manager Jay Ward, Ernie Koy, Marvin Kristynik, Diron Talbert, Charles Echols, Tim Doerr, Gene bledsoe, Sandy Sands, Les Derrick, Jack Howe, Dan Mauldin, Tommy Landry, Wayne Suttle, Tom Currie, Tom Stockton, Tommy Nobis, Pete Lammons, Earl Hudson, Duane Whitehead, Ed Small, Student Manager Dennis Simons, Senior Manager Lane Zunker, and Coach Charles Shira. Back Row: Trainer Frank Medina, Coach Bill Ellington, Coach Russell Coffee, Phil Harris, John Elliott, Clayton Lacy, Howard Goad, Buddy Alldredge, Garry Brown, Ragan Gennusa, Bill Sullivan, and Bob Stanley, Ronald Rutherford, Bill Childers, Charles Owens, James Brooks, Grady Herold, Hix Green, Jim Moses, Joe Dizon, Rusty Workman, Coach Mike Campbell, and Coach Willie Zapalac. SEASON SUMMARY The 1964 football season began ... a solemn, deadly ring to it ... 17 lettermen . . . two All- Americans . . . gone . . . from a National Championship team . . . un- defeated . , . Cotton Bowl Champs . . . only five starters back . . . two inexperienced quarterbacks ... an in- jury-plagued tailback . . . this was the clanger that sounded the bell of pessimism . . . proclaiming this a rebuilding year . . . the Longhorns began the 1964 season . Page 475 1 ALL-AMERICAN TOMMY NOBIS Tommy Nobis, junior guard from San Antonio has earned the title of Consensus All-American. Having started in 22 conference games and two bowl games for Texas, he was chosen for the All-Southwest Conference teams his sopho- more and junior years. He was chosen by UPI as the Out- standing Southwest Conference Sophomore Lineman. This year he was chosen by the Dallas Morning News as Most Valuable lineman of the Southwest Conference and received the Houston Post ' s Outstanding Southwest Conference Line- man Award. Tommy Nobis made key interception in the end zone to stop A M drive. Page 476 Lacy Philipp Lammons Mankin Kristynik Underwood Nunnally OUTSTANDING LONGHORNS CLAYTON LACY All Southwest Conference Recognition Award OLEN UNDERWOOD All Southwest Conference KNOX NUNNALLY All Southwest Conference All American Academic, Second Team All Southwest Conference Academic JOE DIXON All Southwest Conference HAROLD PHILIPP All Southwest Conference DAN MAULDIN All Southwest Conference All Southwest Conference Academic PETE LAMMONS All Southwest Conference TIMMY DOERR All Southwest Conference Academic D. Harold Byrd Leadership Award (team vote) TOMMY MANKIN All Southwest Conference Academic ERNIE KOY Longhorn Club Sportsmanship Award MARVIN KRISTYNIK D. X. Bible Team Spirit Award (team vote) GARRY BROWN Travis County Exes Scholarship Award Dixon Mauldin Doerr Koy Brown Page 477 1964 VARSITY GARRY DALE BROWN Senior End CHARLES OTIS BUCKALEW JOE MARION DIXON TIMOTHY MICHAEL DOERR HIX GREEN, III Senior Back Senior Back Senior Back Senior Back LEWIS LEE HENSLEY Senior Guard JAMES CLARK HUDSON ANTHONY PERRON KING ERNEST MELVIN KOY L. CLAYTON LACY Senior Back Senior Back Senior Back Senior Tackle THpMAS CLIFFORD MANKIN Senior Guard FRANK JOHNNY BEDRICK THOMAS TRIMBLE CURRIE, JR. PHILIP LEON HARRIS JACK LeROY HOWE, JR. Junior Guard Junior Tackle Junior Back Junior Center MARVIN C. KRISTYNIK Junior Back H. EUGENE BLEDSOE, JK. DAVID A. CONWAY Sophomore Tackle Sophomore Kicking Specialist FRED ALLEN EDWARDS Sophomore Back DARRELL JOHN ELLIOT Sophomore Tackle BARNEY LEWIS GILES Sophomore Guard Page 478 LETTERMEN RESERVE AWARD: Bud E. Alldredge James Edward Brooks Leslie Alfred Derrick Charles Morgan Echols Robert Kimberly Gaynor Charles Marion Holman Michael King Ronald Paul Landry JUNIOR MANAGERIAL AWARD: Jay Ward HPSIY JKDJUMK KNOX DILLON NUNNALLY HAROLD MARVIN PHILIPP CHARLES WESLEY PRICE Senior End Senior Back Senior Center WALTER CAYCE SANDS Senior End OLEN ULESUS UNDERWOOD Senior Center PETE S. LAMMONS, JR. Junior End RICHARD DANIEL MAULDIN Junior End TOMMY H. NOBIS Junior Tackle GEORGE HENRY SAUER THOMAS ALLEN STOCKTON Junior End Junior Back HOWARD LYNN GOAD Sophomore Guard JAMES CARLTON HELMS Sophomore Back GARY DOUGLAS MOORE Sophomore Back Page 479 DIRON VESTER TALBERT Sophomore Tackle LANE ZUINKER Senior Managerial Award TEXAS 3 1 TULANE Jim Hudson (22) rolled out to pass against Tulane . . . first youthful Tulane . . . imitating Texas by painting TU on their helmets . . . ne- equality in the score . . . STATISTICS First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Offense Passes Punts Passes Intercepted By Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Texas Tulane Scoring: Texas Koy, 1-yd. run (Conway, placement) Texas Conway, 28-yd. field goal Texas Koy, 1-yd. run (Conway, placement) Texas Hudson, 1-yd. run (Conway, placement) Texas Moore, 1-yd. run (Conway, placement) Place: Memorial Stadium, Austin, Texas Time: Saturday, September 19, 19647:30 P.M. Attendance: 60,000 Weather: good TEXAS TULANE 19 9 250 46 94 107 344 153 6-17 13-24 4-45.2 4-36.5 3 1 2 3 73 73 7 - 3 - 7 - 1431 - - - 00 Er. First I Yds Yds Total I Pss Pints leas Tech Sam To Ta Tet Ta, te: Tom: Anthony King ' (20) stopped Tulane drive at the 10 yard line with a bruising tackle which caused George Cortez (41) to fumble. " Smokey " announced Texas touchdown. Page 480 Ernie Koy (23) blasted through big hole for a touchdown against Tech STATISTICS First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Offense Passes Punts Passes Intercepted By Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Texas Tech TEXAS TECH 16 2 124 75 132 29 256 KM 9-15 4-10 8-28 9-34 1 3 2 65 94 7.9.7. - - - 0-0 Scoring: Texas Philipp, 4-yd. run (Conway, placement) Texas Koy, 2-yd. run (Conway, placement) Texas Underwood, safety Texas Kristynik, 1-yd. run (Conway, placement) ' ace: Jones Stadium, Lubbock, Texas Time: Saturday, September 26, 19647:30 P.M. Attendance: 47,100 Weather: Rain Sandy Sands (85) took a Kristynik pass for a 19 yard gain against Texas Tech. TEXAS 23 TECH ... a rainy night in Lubbock ... a sur- prising Tech team . . . strength and de- fense . . . the Red Raiders were am- bushed , Koy (23) followed the fine blocking of Harold Philipp (35) and Marvin Kristynik (12) for a good gain against Tulane. Page 481 Emie Koy (23) drove through two Army defenders for a touchdown. TEXAS 17 ARMY 6 .... an Army beachhead hit the next weekend . . . Rollie Stichweh . . . the Black Knight ' s roll-out threat . . . a real test . . . Army mistakes . . . Texas defense . . . added up to A-plus . . . Marvin Kristynik (12) cut up field for a good gain against Army. STATISTICS First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Offense Passes Punts Passes Intel cepted By Fumbles Lost Yards Penali zed Texas Army Scoring: Army Hamilton, 9-yd. run. Texas Conway, 38-yd. field goal. Texas Koy, 5-yd. run (Conway, placement) Texas Koy, 1-yd. run (Conway, placement) Place: Memorial Stadium, Austin, Texas Time: Saturday, October 3, 19648:00 P.M. Attendance: 65,700 Weather: Fair TEXAS ARMY 15 11 224 169 32 80 256 249 2-11 8-12 349.0 7-29.5 2 2 1 73 140 0-3-0 - 1417 6-0-0 - 06 The Texas defense, led by Tom my Nobis (60) and Olen Underwood (69) stopped Army tailback Mark Hamilton (40) for short yardage. Page 482 28 11! Kristynik (12) faked to Koy (23) as he moved behind the great blocking of Sandy Sands (85) and the Texas line. TEXAS 28 OKLAHOMA 7 . . . Big D . . . and the Big Red . . . OU weekend . . . and the Cotton Bowl . . . two top teams . . . but Texas showed its muscle . . . OU lost again . . . Texas was No. 1 ... would it last? . ' STATISTICS First Downs Yards Rushing Yards ' Passing Total Offense Passes Punts Passes Intercepted By Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized TEXAS 16 245 77 322 6-20 5-39.8 1 2 5 OKLAHOMA 9 163 35 198 5-12 643.0 3 4 69 0-7-7-14 28 Texas Oklahoma 7-0-0-07 scoring. Oklahoma Rentzel, 2-yd. run (Metcalf, placement) Texas Koy, 10-yd. run (Conway, placement) Texas Harris, 15-yd. run (Conway, placement) Texas Philipp, 1-yd. run (Conway, placement) Texas Lammons, 14-yd. pass from Kristynik (Conway, placement) Place: Cotton Bowl, Dallas, Texas Time: Saturday, October 10, 19642:00 P.M. Attendance: 75,504 Weather: Fair All-American Tommy Nobis (60), Tim Doerr (32), and Diron Talbert (73) slammed OU halfback Larry Brown (33) for no gain. Page 483 TEXAS 13 ARKANSAS 14 . . . the sharp Razorbacks pierced the dream-bubble . . . Ken Hatfield ... 80 yards . . . TD . . . and the long, fourth quar- ter drive . . . Hix Green diving . . . one inch . . . one foot . . . one yard . . . one point ... all ... too . . . short . . . Texas had come down . Texas end Dan Mauldin (80) and linebacker Tim Doerr (32) fought to keep Arkansas wingback Jimmy Lindsey (21) from turning the corner and going up field for a big gain. STATISTICS TEXAS ARKANSAS First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Offense Passes Punts Passes Intercepted By Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Texas Arkansas Scoring: Arkansas Hatfield, 81-yd. punt return (McKnelly, place- ment) Texas Harris, 2-yd. run (Conway, placement) Arkansas Crockett, 34-yd. pass from Marshall (McKnel- ly, placement) Texas Koy, 1-yd. run. Place: Memorial Stadium, Austin, Texas Time: Saturday, October 17, 19647:30 P.M. Attendance: 65,700 Weather: fair 18 9 186 55 77 81 263 136 7-14 6-12 7-35.5 8-375 1 1 30 58 - - - 1313 - 7 - - 714 ineDi Page 484 TEXAS 6 RICE 3 . . . the jinx was next . . . not a win in Houston for 12 years . . . the Owls were tough . . . Texas was tougher . . . one toe and inches made the difference . . . Rice and the jinx . . . broken . . . STATISTICS TEXAS RICE First Downs 5 16 Yards Rushing 57 97 Yards Passing 32 130 Total Offense 89 227 Passes 3-10 12-19 Punts 946.3 8-28 Passes Intercepted by 01 Fumbles Lost 1 Yards Penalized 50 45 Texas 3 - - 3 - 06 Rice 3 - - - 03 Scoring: Texas Conway, 27-yd. field goal Rice Rice, 22-yd. field goal Texas Conway, 37-yd. field goal Place: Rice Stadium, Houston, Texas Time: Saturday, October 24, 19648:00 P.M. Attendance: 72,500 Weather: good Texas end Pete Lammons (87) went up for interception from Rice end Howard Ayres (82). Joe Dixon (21) got fine blocking from Underwood (69), Giles (68), Lammons (87), Bedrick (64), and Edwards (37) to return punt to Rice 23 yard line. This set up Conway ' s second field goal which won the game for Texas 6 to 3. Page 485 George Sauer (84) got assistance from Nobis (60), Underwood (69), and Dixon (21) in stopping SMU oack Richard Stark (44). STATISTICS TEXAS 7 SMU . . . the flashy Mustangs rode in next . . . threw a lot ... but got rfo where . . . defense again . . . First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Offense Passes Punts Passes Intercepted By Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Texas SMU TEXAS 11 161 9 170 1-8 8-34.2 4 2 26 SMU 14 90 133 223 13-24 742.4 1 2 40 . 7 - - 07 - - - 00 Scoring: Texas Koy, 2-yd. run (Conway, placement) Place: Memorial Stadium, Austin, Texas Time: Saturday, November 1, 19642:00 P.M. Attendance: 59,000 Weather: fair Knox Nunnally (88) returned an intercepted pass to SMU nine yard line. Page 486 Harold Philipp (35) blasted through Baylor line for 7 yards and a Texas touchdown. TEXAS 20 BAYLOR 14 . . . what to do against a passing team? . . . pass . . . Baylor threw . . . often . . . fourth quarter . . . Texas trailing . . . Marvin Kristynik passing . . . George Sauer catching . . . TD . . . another close victory . . . David Conway (31) kicked his second field goal against Baylor and gave Texas three more points. STATISTICS TEXAS First Downs 13 Yards Rushing 138 Yards Passing 107 Total Offense 245 Passes 7-12 Punts 5-30.6 Passes Intercepted By 4 Fumbles Lost 3 Yards Penalized 15 Texas Baylor BAYLOR 18 21 266 245 20-23 7-35.0 1 42 3.7.3. 7_20 . - - 1414 In the SMU game Hix Green (47) stretched out for Hudson ' s pass which was just a little too long. Page 487 Scoring: Texas Conway, 31-yd. field goal Texas Philipp, 7-yd. run (Conway, placement) Texas Conway, 27 -yd. field goal Baylor Hodge, 9-yd. run (Davies, placement) Baylor Elkins, 8-yd. pass from Southall (Davies, place- ment) Texas Sauer, 25-yd. pass from Kristynik (Conway, place- ment) Place: Baylor Stadium, Waco, Texas Time: Saturday, November 7, 19642:00 P.M. Attendance: 39,686 W gather: Sunny TEXAS 28 TCU 13 . . . Fort Worth and the Frogs . . . oranges wait- ing for guests ... an ocean breeze hit the field ... a victory . . . and an invitation to Miami . . . STATISTICS First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Offense Passes Punts Passes Intercepted By Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Texas TCU TEXAS 22 313 132 445 9-17 3-35.7 2 2 66 TCU 17 109 195 304 10-26 7-40.3 1 1 30 7 - 7 - 14 - 028 - 7 - - 613 Scoring Texas Philipp, 2-yd. run (Conway, placement) Texas Kristynik, 5-yd. run (Conway, placement) TCU Howard, 8-yd. run (Alford, placement) Texas Philipp, 2-yd. run (Conway, placement) Texas Kristynik, 21-yd. run (Conway, placement) TCU Howard, 2-yd. run. Place: Amon Carter Stadium, Fort Worth, Texas Time: Saturday, November 14, 19642:00 P.M. Attendance: 34,529 Weather: overcast Marvin Kristynik (12) fought off a TCU end as he moved to the Frogs 19 yard line. Harold Philipp (35) broke through TCU line for 17 yards. Page4S8 in ; ! Ernie Koy (23) drove around A M ' s Mike Kohlman for gain STATISTICS TEXAS A M 13 61 127 188 11-23 7-49.5 1 2 91 7 - - 5 1426 - 7 - - 07 TEXAS 26 . . . Thanksgiving . . . the Aggies . . . Farmers choke on the dressing . . . the Longhorns began to smell the Orange blossoms . First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Offense Passes Punts Passes Intercepted By Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Texas Texas A M Scoring: Texas Kristynik, 1-yd. run (Conway, kick) A M Weiss, 2-yd. run (Lindsey, kick) Texas Safety (Scoggin tackled end zone) Texas Conway, 42-yd. field goal Texas Green, 2-yd. run (Conway, kick) Texas Brown, 10-yd. pass from Hudson (Conway, kick) Place: Memorial Stadium, Austin, Texas Time: Thursday, November 26, 1964 Attendance: 65,000 Weather: fair Page 489 George Sauer (84) went high for pass from Jim Hudson and a 23 yard gain. Ernie Koy (23) got good blocking from Stockon (36) and Kristynik (12) and goes 79 yards for Texas ' first touchdown. TEXAS 21 ALABAMA 17 . . . Miami . . . daytime: sweet and sun- ny ... nighttime: Texas and Alabama . . . Joe Namath passed . . . but not enough . . . Ernie Koy galloped ... far enough . . . two defenses played offense . . . the national champions . . . the Crim- son Tide . . . found themselves tamed by Texas ... a fitting climax to a great season . . Texas beat No. 1 ... Alabama ' s Ron Bird (80) hits Koy (23) on incomplete pass attempt. STATISTICS First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Offense Passes Punts Passes Intercepted By Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Texas Alabama Scoring: Texas Koy, 79 yards-NEW ORANGE BOWL GAME REC. (Conway, placement) Texas Sauer, 69 yard pass from Hudson (Conway, placement) Alabama Trimble, 7 yard pass from Namath (Ray, placement) Texas Koy, 1 foot (Conway, placement) Alabama Perkins, 20 yard pass from Namath, (Ray, placement) Alabama Ray, 26 yard field goal. Place: Orange Bow], Miami, Florida Time: Friday, January 1, 19657:30 P.M. Attendance: 72,647 Weather: warm and overcast TEXAS ALABAMA 15 18 212 49 101 298 313 347 4-17 20-44 9-36.8 5-43.4 2 1 1 1 25 46 7 - 14 - - 021 - 7 - 7 - 317- Darrell Royal looked on as they defeated Alabama 21-17. Pace 490 17 BASKETBALL - 1964-65 SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CO-CHAMPIONS NON-CONFERENCE GAMES Texas 104 Texas Wesley an 84 Texas 94 Mississippi 67 Texas 75 L.S.U. 83 Texas 73 Oklahoma 86 Texas 69 Oklahoma State 73 Texas Texas 77 Nebraska 73 93 Howard Payne Texas 66 Georgia Texas 49.. . Florida 73 60 62 Texas 82 Trinity 68 SOUTH WEST CONFERENCE PLAYOFF IN WACO Texas 78.. . S.M.U. 80 CONFERENCE GAMES Texas 62 Texas Tech 66 Texas 64 T.C.U. 77 Texas 95 Baylor 74 Texas 89 S.M.U. 79 Texas 76 Rice 63 Texas 65 Texas A M 63 Texas 81 Arkansas 65 Texas 75 Rice 72 Texas 73 Texas Tech 87 Texas 70 S.M.U. 73 Texas 74 Arkansas 72 Texas 86 Texas A M 71 Texas 84 T.C.U. 63 Texas 79 Baylor 79 Page 491 JOHN BUSH Guard, Junior Letterman MIKE GAMMON Guard, Sophomore Letterman MINTON WHITE Guard, Sophomore Letterman BO ROTHCHILD Guard, Sophomore Letterman LARRY FRANKS Forward, Senior Letterman ALL-SWC MICKEY WHITE Forward, Junior Letterman MIKE WADE Center, Junior Reserve Letterman fa, tan Le t to Right: STEVE BRATTING, assistant varsity manager; JOHN HARGIS, freshman manager; BILL DANVERS, varsity student manager; JIMMY GIL- BERT, student assistant (freshman coach); BREN- TON HUGHES, student assistant (freshman coach); CARL CONWAY SENTER, assistant varsity manager. LEON BLACK, Assistant Coach HAROLD BRADLEY, Head Coach LARRY FRANKS All-Southwest Conference Page 492 JOHN PAUL FULTZ Center, Senior Letterman BOB ITTNER Forward, Junior Letterman PAUL OLIVIER Guard, Junior Letterman JOHN ROBINSON Guard, Sophomore Reserve Letterman TOMMY NELMS Guard, Senior Letterman JIMMY CLARK Guard, Senior Letterman 1964-65 SEASON AT A GLANCE FULL SEASON STATISTICS PLAYER G FIELD GOALS FREE THROWS Made Alt. Pet. Made Alt. Pet. FOULS POINTS HIGH No. Disq. No. Avg. GAME Paul Olivier 14 66 128 .516 37 51 .725 62 4.4 33 1 169 12.1 20 Larry Franks 14 57 103 .553 47 61 .770 81 5.8 48 2 161 11.5 24 John Paul Fultz 14 64 132 .485 23 33 .697 115 8.2 40 2 151 10.8 18 Mickey White 14 50 101 .495 46 61 .754 100 7.1 47 3 146 10.4 19 Jimmy Clark 14 55 128 .430 24 30 .800 44 3.1 44 2 134 9.6 20 Tommy Nelms 12 45 101 .446 20 26 .769 38 3.2 16 110 9.2 15 Mike Gammon 14 33 83 .397 19 27 .704 35 2.5 17 1 85 6.1 14 Minton White 12 20 49 .413 7 14 .500 19 1.7 21 47 3.9 10 Bo Rothchild 10 19 37 .514 7 9 .778 20 2.0 8 45 4.5 18 Bob Ittner 11 6 12 .500 9 11 .818 13 1.2 5 21 1.9 10 John Robinson 8 6 14 .429 1 5 .200 3 0.4 2 13 1.6 6 John Bush 11 4 13 .308 2 5 .400 13 1.2 13 10 0.9 4 Mike Wade 4 1 .000 2 .000 7 1.8 3 0.0 Totals 14 425 902 .471 242 335 .722 632 45.1 297 11 1092 78.0 104 Opponents 382 900 .424 262 382 .686 576 41.1 268 10 1026 73.3 86 Page 493 John Paul Fultz (35) fought an Aggie for basketball. Jimmy Clark (20) took a pass against SMU. SEASON SUMMARY The basketball bounced on the rim . . . pre- season . . . the easy, organizing games . . . a long, cold road trip . . . beat the bad teams . . . lose to the good teams . . . tough home stand . . . Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Nebraska . . . who knows? . . . the basketball bounced . . . Nebraska . . . conquerer of Michigan . . . conquered . . . but where ' s defense . . . but . . . the fight for the championship . . . Paul Olivier (12) went high for a lap in against Texas Tech. Page 494 Larry Franks (40) breaks down court after good defensive play. Bob Ittner (42) out rebounded TCU player. . . . the basketball bounced . . . the proverbial slump . . . Tech . . . here . . . we ' re bounced . . . but TCU, too . . . 0-2 in conference play . . . room at the top . . . another win . . . 2-2 . . . Ag- gies bounced in Aggieland . . . back to Tech . . . no hope . . . yet . . . Tech ineligible . . . the hope sprung . . . the basketball rolled around the rim . . . SMU-Texas . . . the end of the road . . . let ' s win ... let ' s go to NCAA . . . Mike Gammon (11) added two more points with a high jump shot. Page 495 Tommy Nelms (14) faked TCU player out of position before setting up play to the side. w ' mi . . . the showdown in Waco ... 39 minutes: 59 seconds . . . Texas . . . then . . . the bas- ketball rolled around the rim . . . and off . . . this is the way a hot-cold season ends ... a last- second, bitter, bitter . . . loss. Mickey White (44) stretched to gain rebound from Nebraska player. Minton White (30) fought SMU player for pos- session of ball. Page 496 : WIVE CO-OP 1965 TRACK March 6 Texas A M, Rice, Texas at Houston March 12-13 Border Olympics at Laredo March 19-20 West Texas Relays at Odessa March 27 Corpus Christi Invitational at Corpus Christi April 2-3 Texas Relays at Austin April 10 Texas A M, SMU, Baylor, Texas at College Station April 16-17 Kansas Relays at Lawrence April 23-24 Drake Relays at Des Moines May 1 Texas A M, Rice, Texas at Austin May 7-8 Southwest Conference Meet at College Station Page 497 Left to Right: Mark Pryor King, Charles Carey Frawley, Thomas Dale Keene, William Reese Strong, John William Perry, David Lee Colley, Robert Keenc O ' Bryan, Michael Hall Hennen. LETTERMEN Charles Richard Barnhill Walter Edwin Belt David Colley Charles Carey Frawley Michael Hall Hennen Tommy Dale Keene Mark Pryor King Keith Quentin Owen John William Perry Edward Steve Sansom Gerald Wayne Segrest William Reese Strong Kenneth B. Sunderland RESERVE AWARDS Leslie Douglas Cockerham Lawrence Edmund Gilbert Richard Jones Kayser Robert Keene O ' Bryan Donald Ray Parkhurst Marlin Blake, Sophomore Managerial Award JACK PATTERSON, Head Coach CLEBURNE PRICE, Assistant Coach Page 19!! Le ( (o Right: Edward Stephenson Sansom, Walter Edwin Belt, Keith Quentin Owen, Gerald Wayne Segreat, Richard Jones Kayser, Jack Donald Hart, Leslie Douglas Cockerham, Donald Ray Parkhurst. SEASON SUMMARY It was not a close race . . . track and field . . . a team of individuals . . . the baton is exchanged runners stop . . . runners go ... someone wins . . . someone loses . . . but always a per- son . . . the baton is exchanged . . . indoor sea- son . . . injuries prevail . . . Lubbock indoor meet . . . King takes pole vault . . . but that was all , TRAINERS Le t to Right: Charles Clay Doyle, James Carol Parker, Eric Nathaniel Miller, Marlin Maurice Blake. Page 499 Chuck Frawley sprinted toward the finish line. Larry Gilbert broad jumped to place for Texas. . . . outdoor season . . . sickness and despair . . . Border Olympics . . . West Texas Relays . . . Corpus Christi Relays . . . Texas ... in- jury ridden . . . but competition prone . . . Texas Relays . . . spirit . . . but no success . . . Steve Sansom ran second for Texas behind Bob May of Rice. Page 500 _ mm The sprinting finish moved these college division relayers down toward the finish line and victory. Randy Matson with a jerk and a push set a new Texas Relays record of 67-9 " in the shot put. TEXAS RELAYS Outstanding team : Rice Owls Outstanding Performer: University College division Randy Matson, Texas A M EVENTS WINNERS TIME The Abilene Christian one mile relay team left Rice and the rest of the field far behind in plac- ing first with a time of 3:08.5. Discus 440-yard medium hurdles Javelin Distance Medley Relay . . Sprint Medley Relay .... Three-mile run Broad Jump 880-yard relay 120 Yard high hurdles . . Four-mile relay 100-yard dash Two-mile relay Pole Vault 440-yard relay Shot put Jerry Thompson Mile Run High Jump One-mile relay new record Page 501 Texas A M (Randy Matson) 188 ' -8 " McMurry (David Bonds) 52.2 LSU (Delmon McNabb) 221 ' -5i 4 " Kansas 9:48.1 Southern Illinois 3 :19.4 Oklahoma City U. (George Scott) 14:09.0 California State (Rainar Stanius) 24 ' -8y 2 " Rice 1 :24.6 Rice (Bobby May) 13.7 Kansas 16:55.3 Texas Western (Zeak Williams) 9.5 Oklahoma State 7:24.0 Rice (Warren Brattlof) 15 ' -6 " Nebraska 40.5 Texas A M (Randy Matson) 67-9 K.S.T.C. of Emporia (John Camien) ... . ... 4:08.6 Texas Southern (John Hatfield) 6 ' -10V 2 " Abilene Christian 3:08.5 TOMMY KEENE top quarter-miler at Texas . . . SWC Meet . . . nothing significant . . . the baton is exchanged . . . the spirit moves for- ward . . . the race is won . . . the race is lost . . . but the race was run ... it was a close race . . . and spirited. SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE MEET Charles Rarnhill handed off to David Colley in the 440 relay. EVENTS WINNERS TIMK Javelin Dan Meadows 206 ' iy " 44-yd. relay Texas A M 40.7 Mile Run Curtis May, Arkansas 4:14.2 440- Yd. Dash Jim Bankhead, SMU 47.2 100-Yd. Dash Billy Foster, SMU 9.3 High Jump Mike Schrider, Texas A M 6 ' 6i " 120-yd. High Hurdles . . Bobby May, Rice 13.9 Shot Put Randy Matson, Texas A M . . 70 ' 7 " (New Record) Broad Jump Jim Mace, Arkansas 24 ' 2 1 -; " 880-yd. Run Rex Garvin, Baylor 1 :51.2 220-yd. Dash Billy Foster, SMU 20.7 (New Record) Discus Throw Randy Matson, Texas A M 199 ' 7 1 : " (New Record) Page 502 1965 BASEBALL SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Texas 18 Sam Houston 2 Texas 16 Oklahoma 6 Texas 15 Oklahoma 3 Texas 9 Texas Lutheran 1 Texas 4 Texas A M 12 Texas 5 TCU 4 Texas 1 Minnesota 4 Texas 6 Minnesota 3 Texas 3 Rice 2 Texas 5 SMU Texas 11 SMU 2 Texas 9.. . Rice 1 Texas 2 Rice 1 Texas 7 St. Mary ' s 1 Texas 7 Parsons College 2 Texas 15 SMU 1 Texas 2 Baylor 5 Texas 5 Baylor 4 Texas 1 Baylor 4 Texas 9 TCU 1 Texas 8 TCU 7 Texas 5 Texas A M 1 Texas 5 Texas A M 6 NCAA WORLD SERIES, Omaha, Neb Texas 5 Washington State 12 Texas 2 . . . Florida State 3 Page 503 Front Row: Dennis Dayton Enderlin, Ronald Davis Bandy, Douglas Edward Cory ell, Robert Eugene Ross, Thomas Edward Moore, Robert Myers. Back Row: Butch Palmer, William Edwin Denman, Donald Mack Johnson, Forrest Paul Boyd, James Robert Raup, Ward Summers. BIBB FALK, Head Coach 1965 BASEBALL SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Baseball ... a collective series of individual events ... a first baseman stretching ... a third baseman diving ... an outfielder leaping . . . nine innings of action . . . within tension- filled inaction ... a sport for the real fan ... LETTERMEN Ronald Davis Bandy Forrest Paul Boyd John Calvin Collier William Edwin Denman Raymond Robert Dulak George Stanley Gideon Joe Clarence Hague Donald Mack Johnson Gary Douglas Moore Robert Eugene Ross Samuel James Scheschuk Michael Rayburn Thompson Robert Ellis Wells Minton White Reginald Gladish Young Letcher Ward Summers Gordon Lakey, Senior Managerial Award Pace 501 Front Row: Buddy Young, Minton Lee White, Robert Lyle Oliver, Joe Gideon, Robert Ellis Wells, John Earl McBridc. John Calvin Collier. Back Row: Joe Hague, Samuel James Scheschuk, Joe Robertson, Jack Knight Ridley, Jr., William Ed Slaughter, Coach Bibb Falk, Student Trainer Joe William Street, Student Manager Gordon Lee Lakey. Not pictured: Gary Douglaa Moore, Raymond Robert Dulak, Jr. BATTING Player and Position Ron Bandy, of Joe Hague, of Gary Moore, p-of John Collier, p Robert Oliver, p Ward Summers, of Don Johnson, 2b Ray Dulak, of Joe Gideon, of Ed Denman, 3b Forrest Boyd, ss Buddy Young, Ib Gene Ross, 2b James Scheschuk, c Robert Wells, p All Others Totals Opponents PITCHERS RECORDS Pitcher Robert Oliver John Collier Tommy Moore Minton White Gary Moore Dennis Enderlin Jimmy Raup Robert Wells Totals Opponents ab g 1 11 3 4 9 1 3 8 23 FULL SEASON STATISTICS 26 36 hr rbi 32 10 12 4 2 10 65 13 23 7 1 5 23 94 18 32 6 1 2 20 33 7 11 1 4 3 1 1 1 3 71 16 23 4 4 18 37 8 12 1 2 1 6 35 9 11 2 1 1 6 32 5 10 1 6 82 26 25 9 1 1 14 85 20 25 4 1 2 16 65 13 18 4 6 45 7 12 3 6 65 10 12 2 10 9 1 1 34 5 8 1 9 787 168 236 47 7 21 158 759 73 167 24 4 7 64 C S ip 6 5 82% 4% 9% 5 661 3 3 5 1 27% 11 205 2 195 6 64 2 6 58 2 4 25 2 20 1 3 29 1 2 15 167 73 er 1 14 1 3 21 1 2 15 58 236 168 145 Page 505 tb 66 66 50 sb hb avg. 22 8 4 .375 47 8 7 .354 46 4 4 .340 14 3 5 1 .333 4 .333 39 10 4 .324 20 5 7 .324 18 3 6 .314 11 6 4 .313 39 30 13 2 .305 37 14 13 2 .294 22 21 9 2 .277 15 10 5 .267 14 11 13 .185 1 4 .111 11 4 1 2 1 .235 360 137 99 4 6 .300 220 84 163 11 9 .220 No. Assignments w I e.r.a. Starts Reliefs 1 1 10 1.50 1 15 63 101 1.52 10 1 5 1 00 1.93 3 2 12 01 2.79 1 3 36 68 53 2.85 8 1 1 1 00 3.00 1 2 1 00 3.60 3 22 16 20 4.88 3 5 84 163 185 2.55 23 12 137 99 518 6.69 23 21 JOHN CALVIN COLLIER All Southwest Conference JOE CLARENCE HAGUE All Southwest Conference FORREST PAUL BOYD All Southwest Conference GARY DOUGLAS MOORE All Southwest Conference SAMUEL JAMES SCHESCHUK All Southwest Conference Page 506 Collier covered first base as T.C.U. attempted a single. Joe Hague sprinted toward first base. ... a slow . . . sinking . . . fastball . . . the first hit ... Texas begins its long flight . . . toward the fence ... its 40th conference championship . . . win . . . win . . . win . . . then Aggies . . . Minnesota . . . defending NCAA champs ... a split . . . Longhorns 6-2 . . . James Scheschuk hit one into outer field. Page 507 . . . the flight gathers height ... a sweep against SMU ... a split with Baylor . . . conference tied . , . Texas and A M . . . Aggies lose . . . Texas in front . . . but A M is there ... at the last ... 1-1 ... four runs in the ninth . . . the ball drops over the fence . . . victory ... a home run . . . the conference championship . . . now to the final test . . . heartless Omaha and the NCAA playoffs . . . errors in the field . . . Washington State booms 12-5 . . . last chance ... 12 innings . . . great pitching . . . but . . . Florida State squeaks ... 3-2 ... the season . . . ball game . . . inning . . . over . . . finished . out. Ward Summers watched the ball as he started to run. James Scheschuk, catcher, was poised for the pitch. Gary Moore reared back to fire a ball home. Page 508 INDIVIDUAL SPORTS CROSS-COUNTRY - FIRST PLACE SWC GOLF - FIRST PLACE SWC SWIMMING - SECOND PLACE SWC TENNIS - SECOND PLACE SWC Page 509 VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Left to right : Mike Hennen, Richard Romo, Ken Sunderland, Jack Hart, David Webb, Charles Frawley, and Ronny Yates. Success was the story for the 1964 Cross Country Team. The Longhorns won the South- west Conference by Richard Romo placing first; Ken Sunderland, second; Ronny Yates, fourth; Mike Hennen, fifth. This was the second year in succession that Texas had led the SWC. LETTERMEN Michael Hennen Richard Romo Kenneth Sunderland David Farnsworth Webb Ronny Von Hoy Yates Charles Carey Frawley, Reserve Award CLEBURNE PRICE Coach Richard Romo placed first in the SWC meet in Austin. Page 510 LETTERMEN George Mason Adkins Allen Randall Geiselman William Eugene Mitchell James Mike Holbrook RESERVE AWARD Dee Solon Finley James Frank Key Mason Adkins teed-off in a practice round be- fore the SMU match. 1965 GOLF SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS The prophecy of golf coach, George Harmon came true when the Longhorns won the South- west conference golf championship. This was the second straight year that the Longhorns had topped the conference and their 24th champion- ship since golf was added to the SWC sports schedule in 1926-27. The Longhorns completed the season with a 32-10 record, beating runner-up TCU by five points. Texas Tech and Texas A M finished third and fourth in that order. CONFERENCE PLAY TEXAS 5 T.C.U. 1 TEXAS 5 TEXAS TECH 1 TEXAS 3 ARKANSAS 3 TEXAS 6 BAYLOR TEXAS 4i 2 RICE iy 2 TEXAS 3 TEXAS A M 3 TEXAS 5M S.M.U. i 2 GEORGE HANNON Coach Eugene Mitchell showed the putting style that helped Texas win its second SWC Championship. Left to Right: Eugene Mitchell, Dee Finley, Randy Geiselman, Mason Adkins, Jimmy Key, and Mike Holbrook. Page 511 1965 SWIMMING SECOND PLACE SWC The 1965 Longhorn swimming team started the season in good form with victories in the first three dual meets against Eastern New Mex- ico, Texas Tech, and Texas A M. They received their only setback at the hands of SMU in a dual meet in Austin. Then at the SWC meet in Dallas, they put on a good show while plac- ing second behind SMU. LETTERMEN William Floyd Alsup Russell M. Barefield Anthony Post Eastmond Philip Sherwood Kline Harold J. Longenette Ralph Michael McKinlay James Christopher Spillane Pliny Cleland Smith David Michael Steiger Frank Thomas Stokes Gregory Wilkens Thompson Gregg Cooper Waddill RESERVE AWARDS John Wesley Cardwell Richard James Glaser Paul Alan Mamaliga Carl Nickerson, Senior Managerial Award Jim Spillane worked on the 200-yard breaststroke for the SWC meet in Dallas. Many hours were spent churning the water in preparation for the SWC meet. Page 512 SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE SUMMARY BILL ALSUP second 500-yd. freestyle second 200-yd. freestyle second 1650-yds. freestyle PHIL KLINE second 1-meter diving third 3-meter diving ANDY SMITH fourth 200-yd. breaststroke fourth 100-yd. breaststroke third 400-yd. Indiv. medley FRANK STOKES fourth 200-yd. butterfly second 100-yd. butterfly RUSTY BAREFIELD sixth 200-yd. breaststroke third 100-yd. breaststroke SHAD LONGENETTE fourth 1-meter diving second 3-meter diving JAMES SPILLANE first 200-yd. breaststroke second 100-yd. breaststroke GREG THOMPSON fifth 50-yd. freestyle fourth 200-yd. indiv. medley fourth 100-yd. freestyle JOHN CARDWELL sixth 200-yd. individual medley PAUL MAMALIGA sixth 500-yd. freestyle sixth 1650-yd. freestyle DAVID STEIGER third 500-yd. freestyle fifth 200-yd. freestyle fifth 1650-yd. freestyle GREGG WADDILL sixth 400-yd. indiv. medley sixth 100-yd. breaststroke third 200-yd. breaststroke RICHARD GLASER filth 200-yd. butterfly MIKE McKINLAY third 200-yd. backstroke second 100-yd. backstroke Top Roui: Le l la Right: Paul Alan Mamaliga, Richard James Glaser, John Wesley Cardwell. Left to Right: Andrew M. Smith, Mike McKinlay, Frank Thomas Stokes, Russell M. Barelield. Front Row: Greg? Cooper Waddill, David M. Steiger. Back Row: Harold J. " Shad " Longenette, Gregory Wilkins Thompson. Bottom Row: Le t to Right: Jin, Spillane, Bill Alsup, Anthony Post Eastmond. Coach Henry Chapman. Le t to Right: Student Assistant Coach George Spear, Coach Hank Chapman, Student Manager Carl Henry Hickerson. Page 513 Front Row: William Dan Driscoll, William Harbert Marshall, Richard Edward Dullnig, David Nelson. Back Row: Leo Oscar LaBorde, Theo- dore Paul Gorski, Jr., Jim Calhoun Langdon, Jr. LETTERMEN William Dan Driscoll Theodore Paul Gorski Leo Oscar LaBorde William Harbert Marshall David Walter Nelson James Calhoun Langdon, Reserve Award Richard Edward Dullnig, Senior Managerial Award 1965 TENNIS SECOND PLACE SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE WILMER ALLISON Tennis Coach David Nelson, one of the tennis squad ' s seven sophomores upset Rice ' s no. 1 singles player, John Pickens, in one of the highlights of the 1965 Season. The UT netters wound up as runners-up for the SWC championship. Nelson, Bill Driscoll and Leo LaBorde each had a 4-2 conference sin- gles record; while Bill Marshall was 4-1 and Ted Gorski was 1-0 during the SWC race. Doubles teams Nelson-Driscoll and LaBorde-Gorski fin- ished 4-2 and 3-3 respectively. Over the past five years tennis coach, Wilmer Allison ' s squads have returned a 142-38 confer- ence record and won team championships in 1961 and 1963. CONFERENCE MATCH RESULTS Texas 6 Baylor Texas 4 Texas A M 2 Texas 4 Texas Tech 2 Texas 1 Rice 5 Texas 6 S.M.U. Texas 3 . . T.C.U. 3 Page 514 Leo LaBorde made a diving save in round robin play. A Paul Gorski relaxed between matches David Nelson awaited the ball to serve in Texas ' 4-2 upset of Texas A M. Page 515 Dan Driscoll went high on the run to return the ball and to save the match for Texas. T ASSOCIATION MEMBERS George Mason Adkins William Floyd Alsup Ronald David Bandy Russell Morris Barefield Charles Richard Barnhill George Turner Bass Martin Earl Beaty Merwin Gordon Beavers Frank Johnny Bedrick Francis Folsom Bell, Jr. Walter Edwin Belt Baylus Bennett George Matt Berry James Arthur Besselman Hoyt Eugene Bledsoe, Jr. Forrest Paul Boyd Clarence V. Bray Garry Dale Brown George L. Brucks Charles Otis Buckalew John Robbins Bush Richard W. Chowning John Drue Christner James Weldon Clark David L. Colley John Calvin Collier David A. Conway, Jr. John Allen Cook Michal Barry Gotten James Davis Cowhig, Jr. Hugh Anthony Crosby Thomas Trimble Currie, Jr. Donald Michael Dalton Jerry D. Davis Preston Clark Davis William Edwin Denman Joe Marion Dixon Timothy Michael Doerr William Dan Driscoll Raymond Robert Dulak Richard Edward Dullnig Anthony Post Eastmond Fred Allen Edwards Darrell John Elliott Herbert E. Evans Joe Fisher, III Dan Adolph Fleckman Tommy Cline Ford Lawrence Turner Franks Charles Carey Frawley John Paul Fultz Michael Eugene Gammon Robert Kimberly Gaynor Allen Randall Geiselman George Stanley Gideon James Wayne Gilbert Barney Lewis Giles Howard Lynn Goad Theodore Paul Gorski Jerry Van Graham James Booker Graves Michael J. Gray Hix Green, III Steven Joe Guynes Joe Clarence Hague, Jr. Kristin I. Hansen Philip Leon Harris Robert Lynn Hawkins John Bruce Heath James Carlton Helms Carroll F. Henderson Michael Hall Hennen Lewis Lee Hensley, III James Mike Holbrook C. Benefield House James Thomas Houston Jack LeRoy Howe, Jr. James Clark Hudson Robert Charles Ittner Donald Mack Johnson Terry D. Kahn Tommy Dale Keene Rodney Ennis Kelley Anthony Perron King Mark Pryor King Philip Sherwood Kline, Jr. Ernest Melvin Koy Marvin C. Kristynik Sherman Kusin Leo Oscar LaBorde Leonard Clayton Lacy Gordon Lakey Pete S. Lammons, Jr. Harold J. Longenette Thomas Clifford Mankin William Harbert Marshall Frederick Matsen Richard Daniel Mauldin Ralph Michael McKinlay Thomas M. Mickelsen William Eugene Michell Gary Douglas Moore G. Burke Musgrove Tommy Hall Nelms David Walter Nelson Y ' Top Row: Bandy, Barnhill, Bass, Bcaty, Bedrick. Second Row: Bcsselman, Boyd, Bray, Brucks, Buckalew, Clark, Colley, Cook, Crosby, Currie. Third Row: Dalton, P. Daris, Denman, Diion, Doerr, Elliott, Fisher, Fleckman, Ford, Franks. Fourth Rou: Frawley, Caynor, Celselman, Gray, Green, Hansen, Harris, Heath, Henderson, Hensley, House. Pape 516 The T Room is located on the upper west side of Memorial Stadium for all members of the T Association. Tommy H. Nobis, Jr. Robert Patrick Nunis Knox Dillon Nunnally Paul Peter Olivier Keith Quentin Owen John William Perry Harold Marvin Philipp Charles Wesley Price Michael E. Riggs Richard Romo Robert Eugene Ross Francis Edward Rothchild Walter Cayce Sands Edward Steve Sanson George Henry Sauer Samuel James Scheschuk Gerald Wayne Segrest Robert A. Sewell James Robert Smith Jay Dickey Smith Pliny Cleland Smith Harold S. C. Sparks George Myron Spear James Christopher Spillane John M. Steele David Michael Steiger Thomas Allen Stockton Frank Thomas Stokes William Reese Strong Letcher Ward Summers Kenneth G. Sunderland Charles Dan Talbert Diron Vester Talbert Gregory Wilkens Thompson Michael Rayburn Thompson John C. Treadwell Olen Ulesus Underwood Gregg Cooper Waddill Thomas Virgil Wade David Farnsworth Webb Jerry L. Weinstein Harvey Alan Weisblat Robert Ellis Wells Johnny Michael White Minton White Kenneth Austin Wickett James Leslie Wommack Ronny Von Hoy Yates Reginald Gladish Young, Jr. T , ; Top Row: Howe, Hudson, Kahn, Keene, Kelley, A. King, Koy, Kriatynik, Lacy. Second Row: Lakey, Lammons, Mankin, Matsen, Mauldin, McKinlay, Musgrove, Nobis, Nunis, Nunnally. Third Row: Philipp, Price, Riggs, Romo, Ross, Sands, Sanson, Sauer, Sewell, J. R. Smith. Fourth Row: J. D. Smith, Spear, Stockton, Summers, C. Talbert, M. Thompson, Treadwell, Underwood, Wade, Wells, Young. Page 517 I BILL LENE MIKE MURREY JOE STREET FRANK MEDINA Head Trainer TRAINERS LARRY GARCIA RONNY EARLY TERRY HALE CHARLES DOYLE Front Roto; Mary Lea Lamkin, Darleen Faye Harris, Dot M. Nelson, Joann Meixner. Second Row: Robin Lloyd Miller, Alan Michael Hoffman, Charles A. Colley, Charles Robert Meyer, Jr. FRESHMAN SPORTS FOOTBALL SWIMMING BASKETBALL TRACK BASEBALL TENNIS GOLF CROSS COUNTRY Page 519 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Front Row: Dealy, Albert J. Cartledge, Riggs, James L. Luksa, Cain, Alfred W. Korbell, Bishop, Schmidt, Scott W. Boyd, Rose, Hudson. Second Row: Cooper, Hans E. Turley, Robison, Glenn N. Steinle, Leahy, Billy W. Sweat, Billy G. Parks, Paschal, Ehrig, Taft, McNutt, Senior, William R. McCuire, Joseph H. Doenges, Manager. Third Row: David W. Perry, Manager; Terry Hester, Foster, Jack D. Herrington, Weatherford, Fest, Key Horak, Dworaczyk, Harper, Powell, Hill Kaderka, Collom. Gregg Lott moves the Texas Freshman for a touchdown in the TCU game. FRESHMAN AWARDS ? ' v. ' The Freshman bench studied the action in the TCU games. James P. Bailey Randy M. Bishop Joel L. Brame Christopher D. Bray Claude R. Cage Johnny 0. Cain William L. Collom, Jr. Ralph L. Cooper John M. Dealy Michael Dworaczyk Ronald L. Ehrig John R. Faseler Howard A. Fest Robert Duane Foster James P. Harkins Thomas Harper, III Thomas A. Hill Michael C. Horak Lawson H. Hubbard, Jr. Randolph Michael Hudson Allan Wade Key Richard Lee Kimbrough Alfred Wayne Korbell James Russell Leahy Alan Edward Lee Gregory L. Lott Darrell L. McNutt Robert M. Paschal William E. Powell Charles E. Riggs, Jr. Leonard J. Robinson, II Michael S. Rose Timothy R. Schmidt Ralph S. Senior Richard A. Taft Jack L. Taliaferro Eddie L. Vaughan James J. Weatherford SCORES Texas 10 Baylor 7 Texas 29 Rice Texas 3 SMU 7 Texas 14 TCU 28 Texas 35 . . Texas A M 18 Joseph Harry Doenges David William Perry MANAGERIAL AWARD Dennis Steele Simons Ronald Starry Page 520 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL FRESHMAN AWARDS Billy Max Arnold Scotty Mac Brown Arnulfo Rolando Garza Larry Keith Lake Michael Louis Lochner John DeLmo Matzinger Richard Barnett Nelms Gary Wayne Overbeck Don Hilton Ray Michael Ronnie Wilson John Hargis, Freshman Managerial Award Back Row: Don Ray, Scotty Brown, Gary Overbeck, Mike Lockner, Ronnie Wilson, John Matzinger, Arnulfo Ro- lando, Manager John Hargis. Front Row: Larry Lake, Alan Clements, Billy Arnold, Doug Mclntyre, Richard Nelms. SCORES 1965 BASKETBALL FRESHMAN SCORES Texas 72 Del Mar College 75 Texas 108 Victoria College 70 Texas 88 Wharton Jr. College 77 Texas 80 Lon Morris College 86 Texas 106 TCU Freshmen 76 Texas 82 Baylor Freshmen 63 Texas 96 Rice Freshmen 69 Texas 76 Texas A M Freshmen 80 Texas 79 Rice Freshmen 68 Texas 82 Texas A M Freshmen 85 Texas 111 TCU Freshmen 109 Texas 84 Baylor Freshmen 76 FRESHMAN SWIMMING FRESHMAN AWARDS James Lyon Ahern Steven Sprague Boss Robert Edward Brabham Daniel Theodore Casey Stuart Walton Couch Tom Alan Cunningham Scott C. Duncan Andrew Edward Hoover Lawrence Edward Lykins Kenneth Robert Richardson Richard Foley Santamaria Charles Joseph Worrel Jerome Naifeh Back Row: Steve Boss, Don Casey, Andy Hoover, Richard Santamaria, Stuart Couch, Bob Brabham, George Spear, Student Assistant Coach. Front Row: Jim Ahern, Chuck Worrel, Scott Duncan, Kenny Richardson, Tom Cunningham, Jerry Naifeh, Larry Lykins. _ Page 521 fctef m v - . ' - A Front Row: Lawless, Shopoff, Gregory, Woolsey, Raggio, McNutt, Thomas Maguire, Bertch, Luttrell, James Leigh Cober. Second Row: Boyles, Corson, Trent, Canada, McNutt, Hickey, Key, Clifton, Charlea Wayne Starr, Hancher. FRESHMAN TRACK Brian Woolsey led off on the mile relay. TEXAS FRESHMAN TRACK BEST MARKS THROUGH SWC 100 dash lO.Onw John Elick (p) SWC 220 dash 21.6 Eddie Canada (1) SWC; 22. 4nw Elick (p) SWC 440 dash- 13 Canada (1) SWC 5-8 880 run l:57.9n Lloyd Gregory (3) Austin; 2:01. In Brian Woolsey (4) Austin; 2:02.5n Tom Raggio (4) Waco; 2:06. On Bob Corson (4) Houston Mile run 4:17.9 Woolsey (1) Austin; 4:28. On Doug Trent (2) Austin 4:28.9n Bill McNutt (3) Austin; 4:32.7n Steve Shopoff (3) Houston Hurdles None 440 Relay No time Mile Relay 3:20.8n (George Luttrell, Gregory, Raggio, Corson) (p) Texas Relays Sprint medley 3:30.9n (Luttrell, Tom Hancher, Canada, Woolsey) (p) Texas Relays Two-mile relay 7:51.5n (Corson, Raggio, Gregory, Woolsey) (3) Texas Relays Shot put 50-3n Wade Key (2) SWC; 42-3%n Mike Hickey (4) Austin Discus 152-8 Hickey (1) Waco Javelin 1644 David Boyle (1) Waco High Jump 6-0 1 2ii Dennis Simons (3) Austin Broad jump23-7n Charles Clifton (3) SWC; 22-OV 2 n Darrell McNutt (2) Austin Pole Vault U-Qn Spike Lawless (4) Texas Relays and (2) SWC FRESHMAN LETTERMEN David H. Boyles Herman Edward Canada Charles Clifton Robert Allen Corson Lloyd Jefferson Gregory, III Thomas Seattle Hancher Michael John Hickey Allan Wade Key Kenneth R. Lawless George Ray Luttrell Anthony William McNutt Thomas Louis Raggio Stephen Robert Shopoff Dennis Steele Simons Douglas Ivan Trent Brian Woolsey FRESHMAN MANAGERIAL AWARDS Phil Fleckman James H. Parker Page 522 FRESHMAN BASEBALL Front Sow: Doug Fell, Frank Filtsch, Kelly Scott, Allan Clements, Roy Bechtol, Robert Yousey, Ken Klein, Jim Hunt, Bill Mark], Dick Nelms. Back Rote: Coach Claude Northrup, Eddie Vaughan, Dickie Summers, Rusty Keyer, Mike Peedlei, Craig Scott, George Nauert, Gilbert Tellez, Kent Roberts, Manager Dan McNeil. Texas 4- Austin Lanier H.S. 3 Texas 1 Wharton Junior College Texas 7 Rice 3 Texas 3 Blinn College 5 Texas 3 Rice 4 Texas 6 Baylor 7 Texas 9 Austin Johnston H.S. Texas 13 Austin Lanier H.S. 1 Texas 4,.. Baylor 10 Texas 5 Austin H.S. 2 Texas 2 Texas A M 6 Texas 7 Texas A M 1 FRESHMAN AWARDS Roy Alph Bechtol Scotty Mac Brown Allan John Clements Douglas Kirk Fell Frank Edward Filtsch James Frederick Hunt Russell G. Keyser William R. Markl George H. Nauert Dick B. Nelms Michael A. Peebles Kent W. Roberts Craig Timothy Scott Eugene Kelly Scott Richard B. Summers Robert F. Yousey Craig Scott gave a pitch a ride against Baylor Freshman. Page 523 FRESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY FRESHMAN AWARDS Robert Allen Corson William Anthony McNutt Robert Stephen Shopoff Douglas Ivan Trent Reed Brian Woolsey Front Row: Tom Raggio, Woolsey, McNutt, Shopoff, George Lutrell, Kenneth Binch. Second Row: Bill Stone, Richard Matrack, Trent, Charles Starr, Eric Miller, Lloyd Greggory, Corson. FRESHMAN GOLF FRESHMAN TENNIS Left to Right: Jim Stanley, Rick Bernstein, Dan Simpson, and Jud Gary. FRESHMAN AWARDS Richard Bernstein Frank Gary Bob DeWesse Dan Simpson Jim Stanley ..- ( in Right: Bill Raschke. Brian Adkins, Mike I.iddlr, and Coach Alliion. FRESHMAN AWARDS Brian Howard Adkins James Michael Liddle William Curtis Raschke Page 524 INTRAMURALS Edited by Judith Speed and Richard Dunn Page 525 WOMEN ' S INTRAMURALS The Women ' s Intramural program aims to have a sport for every girl and every girl in a sport. Through this program they strive to help girls to expe- rience wholesome competi- tion, to learn co-operation and self-control, to learn to use leisure time wisely, to acquire a knowledge of and liking for sports, to develop bodily grace and improve fitness, to learn to accept and appreciate responsibil- HIGH POINT WINNERS Left to Right: Virgie Ann Klein, Co-ops manager, First Place; Mary Linda Stiles, Pat Sablatura, Newman Co-managers, Second Place; Suzanne Kemp, Delta Zeta manager, Third Place. ities to an individual as well as to a group and to enlarge one ' s circle of acquaintances on campus. This year ' s intramural program offered a wide va- riety of team and individ- ual sports to all Univer- sity women. Trophies were awarded for winning tour- naments, accumulating the largest number of points throughout the year, for the best manager, and for sportsmanship. STAFF Director SHIELA O ' GARA Associate Director CAROLYN HEW ATT Assistant Director JANE MARTIN Intramural Secretary MARGARET NOACK Intramural Assistants JANICE LAIN DOROTHY KENDALL FACULTY COMMITTEE Walter Kroll C. H. Griffin Carolyn Hewatt R. J. Lawrence Shiela O ' Gara A. A. Rooker C. S. Watson R. H. Williams SPORTSMANSHIP TROPHY BEST MANAGER AWARD PARTICIPATION AWARD It-It to Kifhl: Patricia Ann Sablatura, Mary Linda Stiles, Newman co-managrrt. Linda Marie Daniel, Alpha XI Delta Man- ager (Not pictured) Marion Hurt accepted the award. Page 526 . v n.jht: Anne Brown, Kappa ppa Gamma Manager, Third ice; Carol Angela Colby, Alpha licron Pi Manager, First Place ; i Mu, Second Place (not pic- ed.) Left to Kappa PI.c Om Phi ... lured.) I SPORT MANAGERS MANAGERS FALL Andrews Dormitory SHARON RAE Alpha Chi Omega , . SUSAN BLOOD, PHYLLIS LANNING Alpha Delta Pi ANN TERRELL MARTHA LYN CONNALLY Alpha Epsilon Phi STEPHANIE POLLAK Alpha Gamma Delta LOU ELLEN BREWER CARLA ROBINSON Alpha Kappa Alpha ETTA JEAN MAYS Alpha Omicron Pi SHARON VOIGT MARY JANE UNDERWOOD Alpha Phi SHERYL BEHNE JAN BALDWIN Alpha Xi Delta LINDA DANIEL Blanton Dormitory KATHY THOMPSON Carothers Dormitory JANIE GIESECKE Chi Omega KAY SPRING, ANN RAY, SALLY HUTCHINS Co-ops VIRGIE KLEIN, CAROL PANKRATZ, MARGARET TIEMANN Delta Delta Delta JAN KINNEY, GAIL WALTER Delta Gamma SUNNY LANGSTON, MARY ORRISON Delta Phi Epsilon FRANCINE YAKER, SANDY FIELDS Delta Zeta REBECCA HARDEN, SUZANNE KEMP Gamma Phi Beta BEVERLY STILL, JEAN LEEPER Heflin Manor KATHY MISCHKE Kappa Alpha Theta DAISY WHITRIDGE, LIBBY BELK, SUSAN PHILBIN Kappa Kappa Gamma ANN AKRIDGE, ANN BROWN Kinsolving Dormitory BECKY TYNER, MEREDITH MITCHELL Littlefield Dormitory JANIE GLIMP Newman Club .... GALA SHIELDS, LINDA STILES, PAT SABLATURA Phi Mu LOU LaPRELLE Pi Beta Phi SUSAN PAGE, ANNE TAYLOR Scottish Rite Dormitory KAYE COSBY, VELNA THURMAN Sigma Delta Tau EVE ROGOFF, MARTHA GLICKMAN Zeta Tau Alpha MARY SUE MARMION, JUDY DOWNS Front Row: Kay Spring, Janie Sue Glimp, Jamie Lea Giesecke, Kathy L. Thompson, Virginia Ann Akridge. Second Roto: Kay Cosby, Velna Lee Thurman, Sunny Langston, Eve Joyce Rogoff. Third Row: Sharon Rae, Jan Baldwin, Susan Jane Blood, Gala Shields. Fourth Rota: Carole Joyce Burke, Virgie Ann Klein, Carol Pankratz, Sheryl Kay Behne. Fifth Row: Ann Carlotta Terrell, Linda Marie Daniel, Jan Kinney, Rebecca Harden, Mar- garet Noack, Secretary. Back Row: Jane Martin, Assistant Director, Carolyn Hewatt, Associate Director. MANAGERS SPRING Jan Baldwin Anne Brown Martha Lyn Connally Linda Daniels Sandy Fields Janie Giesecke Janie Glimp Martha Glickman Sally Hutchins Carolyn Jones Suzanne Kemp Virgie Klein Phyllis Lanning Lou LaPrelle Jean Leeper Mary Sue Marmion Etta Mays Kathy Mischke Meredith Mitchell Mary Orrison Susan Philbin Stephanie Pollak Sharon Rae Ann Ray Carla Robinson Pat Sablatura Linda Stiles Anne Taylor Kathy Thompson Velna Thurman Margaret Tiemann Becky Tyner Mary Jane Underwood Gail Walter TOUCH FOOTBALL ORANGE BRACKET WHITE BRACKET Front Row: Juanita Alarcne Wilson, Betty Diane Baugh, J. Michelle Edge, Velna Rae Thurman, Jane Elizabeth Archer, Diana Pearl Curry, Jean Faye Harp, Rosanna Tomason, Linda Shayhan, Rrbecra Jo Wriborg, Betty Carol Ward, Dorothy Irene Kendall, Scottish Rite Dorm, Second Place. Back Row: Marie Meucke, Lee Hudson, Gala Shields, Patricia Ann Sablatura, Cathy Varga, Diane Gayle Horn, Mary Linda Stiles, Shirley Ann Dinhob), Elizabeth Jean Kubiak, Mary Lorene Dennis, Ellen Langfeld, Kewman, First Place. Front Row: Lynn Graeser, Bessie Dan Weil, Margaret Ann Kelley, Nanette Roan- tree, Darlene Faye Harris, Jane Baucum, Betty Fournace, Lynne Larson, Anne Hal Warren, Diane Elizabeth Donelson, Katherine Ana Hashop, Marty Lederer, Susan Darr Buell, Mary Sue Marmion, Zeta Tau Alpha, Second Place. Back Row: Sally Mathis, Linda Lee Gather, Marilyn Seal, Linda Kay Gilbert, Carolyn Sim- mons, Beverly Still, Donna LeBanc, Dana Lowe, Mary Luada Barnhart, Jean Leeper, Jean Fletcher, Katina Herring, Sandra Lee Swanland, Nancy Ann Hartman, Gamma Phi Beta, First Place. Page 527 SINGLES BADMINTON DOUBLES Left to Right: Rebecca Tyner, Carol Sue Case, Kinsolving, 1st Place; Linda Fletcher, Zoe Griffita (Not Pictured), Independent, 2nd place. VOLLEYBALL WHITE BRACKET Left to Right: Sheryl Kay Behne, Alpha Phi, 2nd Place; Re- becca Tyner, Kinsolving, 1st Place. TRACK AND FIELD Front Row: Carole Deanne Brooks, Susan Pitzer, Susan Page, Jane L. Leizear, Judith Lynn Jaegli, Leslie Lorenz, Sue Howell, Jan Burroughs, Adrienne McCullough, Pi Beta Phi, 2nd Place. Back Row: Susan Theresa Finer, Kathryn Mary Bartosh, Elizabeth Jean Kubiak, Lee Hudson, Nancy Marie Chude, Elizabeth Anthony Hlavaty, Newman Club, 1st Place. ORANGE BRACKET Front Row: Mary L. Martin, Sheila Marian Ward, Patricia Anne Elrod, Zeta Tau Alpha, 1st place. Second Row: Zonia Francisca Vaaquez, Nola June Loving, Margaret Tiemann. Third Row: Carol Pankratz, Nancy Jean DIabaj, Mary Margaret Neikirk, Co-ops, 2nd Place. Front Row: Sheila Marie Quinn, Betty Joyce Pechacek, Linda Sue Brookr, Susan Joan Hyde, Karen Sue Johnston, Ann Elizabeth Mueller, Jean Glass, Patricia Kay Franklin, Littlf field Dorm, 2nd place. Back Row: Nancy Jean DIabaj, Carol Pankratz, Mary Ellen Windham, Betty Cost. Rita ReinBtra, Judith Elaine Ballard, Elizabeth J. Labay, Co-ops, 1st Place. Page 528 TABLE TENNIS SINGLES DOUBLES Left to Right: Mary Jane Underwood, Alpha Omicron Pi, 1st place; Gail Griffiths, Kappa Alpha Theta, 2nd place. Left to Right: Susan Douglas and Ida Sue Leonard, Alpha Delta Pi, 2nd place; Gigi Griffiths and Anne Corrigan Jordan, Kappa Alpha Theta, 1st place. BASKETBALL ORANGE BRACKET POSTURE , Antonia Vasquez, Co-ops, 2nd Pace WHITE BRACKET Front Row : 1st Place : Beverly Ann Linker, Alpha Xi Delta; Janalin Carol Clotiaux, Co-ops, Evelyn Ann Dietert, Co-ops. Second Roto: Second Place : Mich- aelle Wyatt Moore, Alpha Xi Delta; Barbara Cecile Hobbs, Co-ops; Sharon lona Stephens, Delta Delta Delta. Third Row: Third Place: Ethel Lorraine Wil- son, Alpha Xi Delta; Sharon Duecker, Co-ops; Mary Ann Furushew, Co-ops; Bella Louise Weber, Delta Delta Delta. Front Row: Susan Page, Kathryn Erin McKenna, Cynthia J. West, Kay Fuller, Jane Kemble Dunbar, Mary Susan Kean, Jane L. Leizear, Anne Finch Taylor, Pi Beta Phi, 1st place. Back Row : Martha Ann Ramsey, Suzanne Kemp, Marian Pendleton, Martha Dianne Toles, Fredella Anne Gibson, Shirlee McCulley, Peggy ron Marie Lanius, Barbara Ann Merrill, Gwen Barclay Smith, Delta Zeta, 2nd Place. 3gC 529 FENCING BOWLING Left to Right: Mary Ann Zigler, Independent, 1st Place; Naomi Jean Rosner, Independent, 4th Place; Edwina Carol Smith, Co-ops, 3rd Place ; Isabelle Novar, Newman, 2nd Place. Front Row: Marsha Ann Emerman, Sandra Carol Cohen, Janis Inn a Mazur, Amy Betsy Geppert, Celia Picard Gellman, Sigma Delta Tau, 1st Place. Back Row: Ethel Edna Wiest, Sharon Elizabeth Voigt, Mary Jane Underwood, Leslie Jane Nissen, Linda Lee Mason, Lynn Ellen Owen, Judy Isabel Wright, Bobbie Baughn, Virginia L. Castllle, Alpha Omicron Pi, 2nd Place. GOLF WINNERS SHUFFLEBOARD Left to Right: Peggy Marie Lanius, Delta Zeta, First Flight 1st Place, Kay Elaine Kercheville, Delta Zeta, First Flight 2nd Place. Not Pictured: Barbara Cecile Hobbs, Co-ops, Championship Flight 1st Place. SWIMMING Left to Right: Nancy Ann Schwer, Kappa Kappa Cam ma, 1 st Plac ; Bronwyn Newell, Co-ops, 2nd placr. Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1st Place: Kappa Alpha Theta, 2nd Place. Left to Right: Verncr Sue Matthews Kappa Alpha Theta, Carol Jean Tumy, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Margaret Elizbelli Bailey, Kappa Alpha Thvta, Margaret Lynn Robinson, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Page 530 SINGLES TENNIS DOUBLES we Left to Right: Lenox McLendon, Kappa Kappa Gamma, 2nd Place ; Libby Belk, Kappa Alpha Theta, 1st Place. Left to Right; Ann Maria Lowdon, Virginia Ann Akridge (not pictured) , Kappa Kappa Gamma, 1st Place; Concepcion Garces, Dolores Garces (not pic- tured) , Co-ops, 2nd Place. SOFTBALL Front Row: Cheryl Jean Tesch, Glenda Lanell David, Missy Archer, Susan Lee Holmsley, Barbara Ann Burns, Rosie Johnston, Sandy Earl Chatham, Judy McMinn, Sally Lou Roberts, Betty Carol Ward, Lynda Nell Lee, Margaret Elizabeth Lain, Kathy L. Thompson, Nancy E. Templeton, Newman Club, 2nd Place. Back Row: Jean Kubiak, Shirley Ann Dinihobl, Elsie Tobin, Mary Lorene Dennis, Susan Theresa Finger, Mary Linda Stiles, Ellen Langfeld, Marie Louise Muecke, Patricia Ann Sablatura, Lee Hudson, Kathleen Mary McFadyn, Lois Rita Pekar, Andrew Dorm, 1st Place. ARCHERY Left to Right; Paula Beth Savage, Kappa Kappa Gamma, 2nd Place; Suzanne Kemp, Delta Zeta, 1st Place. Karen Adams, Alpha Chi Omega, Consolation winner- 1st place. Page 531 UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SPORTS ASSOCIATION CANTER TURTLE Left to Right: Linda Martin Reed, Dcanna Stoune, Benny Kathrine Dishman, Susan Lynn Hooper, Holly Hemphill, Teri Lynn Humphres, Judy Lynn Whitaker, Anna Kinpsley Brace, Elizabeth Ann Quass, Susan Wolfe. ICE SKATING Vim lira ferei cw Front Row: Gilda Bee Schepps, Patricia Lee Lunday, Kay Elaine Kercheville, Joanna Lee Fleming, Ardls Lynn Johnson. Second Row: Rebecca Adolphina Brenner, Terry Anne Steves, Judy Ann Katrley, Nicki Ann Youngman, Carol Ann Halamicek, Bambi Lou Wilson. Third Row: Alice Letitia Cabe, Susan Kaye Smith, Nancy Allen Carbade, Dorothy Ann Pakalka, Virginia Ann Faubion, Sheila Hines, Bini Stiles, Margaret Brown, Diana A. Carsey. Fourth Row: Kay Worrel, Susan Alice Park, Marian Ann Willingham, Mary Barbara Miner, Sara Sue Goldner, Merry Nell VanFleet, Ann Biesele Matlock, Bonnie Marie Brenner, Linda Gail Leonard. RACKET Front Row: Louis Hembree, Jr., Kay win Carter, Harold Wayne Pitman. Back Row : Dianne Elizabeth Rogan, Julia Carol Bohannon, Patricia Mc- Fadden, Frances Thompson, Barbara Jane Mathews, Emilee Hines, Margaret O ' Farrell. Not Pictured: Robert Stanford Brasfield, Gail Williamson. STRIKE AND SPARE Front Row: Karen Daphne Keel, Susan Jane Randall, Virginia Ann Akridge, Susan Joan Hyde, Beverly Hargrove, Jess Ann Welch, Tillie Ann Turanyik, Michelle Girard. Back Roto: Sheila Ann Walton, Diann Conly, Rebecca Tyner, Sheryl Kay Behne. ORCHESIS Front Row: Sandra Carter, M. Jean Snyder, Pat Armstrong, Virginia Lee Wells, Paula Kay McElroy, Betty Diane Baugh, Paul Roger Sullivan, Bobbie Baughn. Second Row: Anne Wilson, Gerald Anthony Semrod, Richard A. Dathe, Jr., Pamela Ann Russell, James Harvel Mashburn, Ronald Glenn Anderson Thomas Alexander Wolf. Third Row: Jimmy Joe McAfee, Richard Alan Katz, Robert Louis Collins, Larry Joe Billa, Tom Brown, John P. Quinn, Robert Louis Gartner, Terry L. Sladek, Denver Curtis Marsh, Jr., Ronnie Carol Henry. TUMBLING Front Row: Madelyn demons, Roberta Gay Presser, Jerilyn Rae Malone, Madeline Faith Weinstein, Dianna Jeanne Weirus, Brenda Wilson, Msrrna Eloiae Kuhl. Second Row: Bonnie Kaminski, Sue Ellen Allen, Lucy Gail Holmes, Nancy Ann Abbott, ' Patty Lynn Burrows, Barbara Hobbs, Jaynee Carole Guynes, Gail Garland. Third Rote: April Beall, Sandra Ann Cruikshank, Catherine Ann Inness, Tamar Spector, Barbara Nell Driacoll, Suzanne McLaughltn, Diane Thomson. Fourth Row: Shorn France Clelland, Judy Tkknor, Diane Rochelle Lequeux, Martha Sue Strauw, Claudia Ann McCarty, Cherry Miller, Gail Rustin. Front Row: Dorothy Louise Plummer, Joan E. Black. Jean Christine Leeper, Back Row: Sidney Anderson, Jamie Lea Giesecke, Ruth Carolyn Bonne, Marilyn Moorman, Susanne Nelson, Carolyn Quick, Carol Jane Me Adams, Darlyne Ann Neyland, Janaltn Carol Clotiaux, Sandra Kay Croft , Patricia Anne Bagwell. Page 532 INTRAMURAL SPORTS FOR MEN STAFF Director A. A. SONNY ROOKER Assistant Directors WILLIAM A. MELTON ROBERT L. HENDERSON M. WAYNE JENNINGS Administrative Secretary EMILY S. DUNBAR Secretary . ' KAY A. KIGER Clerk Typist DAWANA L. STANTON FACULTY COMMITTEE Walter Kroll C. H. Griffin Carolyn Hewatt R. J. Lawrence Shiela M. O ' Gara A. A. Rooker Charles S. Watson Rhea H. Williams lilt: .IM M. trd, SENIOR MANAGERS Left to Right: John Drue Christner, Theta Xi; Robert Lynn Haw- kins, Sigma ffu: George Matt Berry, Delta Tan Delta; Harvey Alan Weisblat, Sigma Alpha Mil. Intramural sports are intended primarily to afford an oppor- tunity for athletic participation for the majority of the students, and further to cultivate skills which enable them to participate in sports not only during school but also during recreational periods in later life. Through practice, a fondness for sports is developed which continues and serves as a means for escaping the monotony of vocational routine. A well-rounded recreational activity pro- gram provides leisure time activity to meet individual interest and need. Organized competition in twenty-seven or more sport activities is conducted in such a manner that a sense of fair play and satis- faction will accompany the physical benefits derived. Living groups and organizations may participate as groups and also in- dividuals may enter without being a representative of a formal group. The University of Texas Sports Association for Men operates under the administration of the Department of Intramural Sports for Men and is co-ordinated with the Intercollegiate Athletic Council. JUNIOR MANAGERS SPRING FALL Front Row: Thomas Alexander Wolf, Joe Alan Shull, Roy Lee Riddel. Back Row: Don S. Passman, Richard B. Skibell, James Frank Atwell, Steve Edward Fry. Front Row: Patrick Ray Jones, Roger Edwing Camp, Myron David After- gut, William Edward Junell. Back Row: John Edward Ford, Paul E. Daugherty, William J. Meyers, William Loane Gibson. Page 533 TOUCH FOOTBALL CLASS A DELTA TAU DEI.TA-CHAMPIONS Front Row: Mike G. McCollum, Steve Arrille Morris, Thomas Allen Graves, James Robert Woodworth, Carroll Stanley Barbour. Back Row: Charles Michael Lucas, Gareth W. Cook, Robert Alan Dosher, Ronald Davis Bandy, Leo Horace White, Joe Bill Watkins. TEJAS RUNNER-UP Front Row: Jerry Wayne Whitten, Billy R. Karrh, Perry Dwayne Whitten, James Shelby Sharpe, David Lee Shull. Back Row: Herbert William Henry, David Michael Gregory, David French Durham, Dan D. Kubin, Anthony Charles Jung, James Allen Sanders, Jr. fa Ed! CLASS B PHI GAMMA DELTA CHAMPIONS Front Row: Marion Corry Adams, Jr., Thomas O ' Brien Harbison, Jack Walton Hanks, Jr., John Logan Kendall, William Henry Fenoglio, Jr., Bert Edward Graham. Back Row: Robert Wayne Jarry, Eugene Kelly Scott, Barney Glenn Graham, Rodney Wayne Satterwhite, John Hurschel Young, Jeffrey Gordon Mundy. RECRUITS RUNNER-UP Front Row: Gary Lee Mowrey, Jack Richard Mowrey, Wayne Arthur Casson. John Thomas Hilton, Jr., David Michael Angell, Bennett Buckley Hutchinson. Back Row: Jerry Josef Vodehnal, Clarence James Ehlers, Guy Stanley Sawyer, William Chapman Blaylock, Wilson Guy Bell, Jr., Jerry H. Hoffmann. S ,0 SWIMMING nil 1 i DELTA TAU DELTA CHAMPIONS front Rota: William Ward Herries, Richard Robert Clardy, Richard Penn Williamson. Ralph Gulekc Reter. Back Row: Joe A. Stanley, Jame Wright McNalt, Charles Michael Lucai, Stephen Douglas Van Erp. Pace 534 TORNADOES RUNNER-UP l.r t to Right: Jrffery N. McDonald, Larry Leilie Schulli. Joe C. Hallon, Jr., Skip Sterling Mericle. BASKETBALL CLASS A KAPPA ALPHA CHAMPIONS Front Row: Jon Grant Ford, John David Bell, Alvin Homer Badger. Dudley Wayne Mai one. Back Row: Joel Henry Robuck, Leroy Denman Moody, Robert Fleming See, Jr., Kim Edward Martin. CANTERBURY RUNNER-UP Front Row: Garfield R. Jeffers, James Michael Bell, Michael A. James, David Fiske Beale. Back Row: Jerry Allen Gibson, Louis Eugene McCarter, Charles William Ciraud, Robert C. Bush. CLASS B PHI GAMMA DELTA CHAMPIONS Front Row: David C. Schick, Robert Howell Albrecht, Barney Glenn Graham, William Edward Junell. Back Row: John Henry Young, Douglas Belknap Owen, Eugene Kelly Scott, Charles Russell Sparenberg. MOORE HILL RUNNER-UP Front Row: Charles James Gardner, William Hubert Craig, Clem L. Kirkland. Back Row: Dennis Dayton Enderlin, Robert Ellis Wells, Stanley Keith Gish, Lester Marvin Alberthal, Jr. WATER BASKETBALL DELTA TAU DELTA CHAMPIONS Front Row: Michael G. McCollunt, Ralph Guleke Reser, Richard Robert Clardy, Bruce M. Smith. Back Row: Joe Bill Watkins, James Richard Watts, James Wright McNatt. Not Pictured: Charles Michael Lucas and Marion J. Sanford, Jr. Page 535 NAVY RUNNER-UP Front Row : Randolph Carter Burwell, Timothy D. Moore, Russell C. School, Jr., Randall Hempling. Back Row: Scott Charles Follett, Keith Mac Arthur Baker, James Michael McCoy, Warren Neilson Lipscomb, Jr., Jerome Raymond Banks, James Arthur Burns. VOLLEYBALL CLASS A IRAN RUNNER-UP Firoz Ghaffari, Mehdi Ghaffari, Kashkhodayar Mostafavi, Behrooz Motazed, Iraj Nasserian, Ata Ollah Safai, Mohammad Tadayon, Daryush Vojdani. PHI GAMMA DELTA CHAMPIONS Front Row; Leo Clark Roan, Edward H. Esquivel, Rodney Wayne Satterwhite. Back Row: Kirk R. Thompson, Jeffrey Gordon Mundy, Charles Russell Sparenburg. CLASS B DELTA KAPPA EPSILON CHAMPIONS Front Row: Harry Todd Phillips, Harry Hollis Oxspring, Robert E. Knight. Back Row: Tommy R. Bevill, B. Steve Rice, George Michael Cowan, Andrew J. Bratton. RECRUITS RUNNER UP Front Row: Samuel Sykes Houston, Arm in Walter Blumberg, David Michael Angell, William M. Bullock. Back Row: William Henry Peterek, Douglas Starks Porter, Clarence James Ehlers, Henry Lee Arms, Robert Stevens Merriam. BOWLING CLASS A 9 A PHI SIGMA KAPPA CHAMPIONS Left to Right: William Raymond Walsh, Michael Thompson, Wayne Thomas Weber, Brad Edmond Herbert. SIGMA ALPHA MU RUNNER-UP Left to Right: Edward E. Jacobs, David E. Bird, Myron David Aftergut, Richard 3. Savitz. CLASS B PHI SIGMA DELTA CHAMPIONS Left to Right: Thomas Elliott Wrrlin, Murray A. Klein, Richard Stephen Tucker, Cerald Harris Stool. Page 536 KAPPA ALPHA RUNNER-UP Left to Right: Bryan Cooper Simmons, David W. Dutenberry, Charles C. Hall, Alvin Homer Badger. SOFTBALL-SLOW PITCH CLASS A RECRL ' ITS CHAMPIONS Front Row: Doyle A. Nicholson, Jerry Lynn Setliff, Robert Stevens Merriam, Jack Richard Mowrey, Henry Lee Arms. Second Row: Gary Lee Mowrey, Nor- man J. Pierschke, Delhert Milton Cox, John Thomas Hilton, Jr. Third Row: Wil- liam Henry Peterek, Douglas Starks Porter, Jr., Armin Walter Blumberg, Samuel Srk " Houston - CLASS B PRATHER HALL RUNNER-UP Front Row: Michael Wylie Dawkins, Jesse E. Heath, Jr., Henry Alton Gray, Thomas Edward Lane. Second Row: Claude Vernon King, III, Ottis Ray Lester, Eric Nathaniel Miller, Charles Cervantes, Tomme Ray Actkinson. Third Roto: Raymond Samuel Whiltington, Keith Lambert Hudkins, Charles William Arnold, Paul John Brodsgaard. PHI GAMMA DELTA CHAMPIONS Front Row: Carl Davidson Newton, Jack D. Holford, F. Ferrell Davis, Robert Newton Ross, John Logan Kendall, Marion Corry Adams, Jr. Back Row: Jack William Robbins, Rodney Wayne Saterwhite, Barney Glenn Graham, Kenneth Richard Bains, Kenneth B. Ford, (not pictured) William Edward Junell. RECRUITS RUNNER UP Front Row: Bennett Buckley Hutchinson, Wilson Guy Bell, Jr., Chuck Fan Jeu, David Michael Angell, Arthur Oran Evans, III. Second Row: Dan Lowell Allen, Eugene Ervin Kluth, William M. Bullock, Ken R. Hunter. Third Rote: Daniel, Harrison Carter, Clarence J. Ehlers, Wayne Arthur Casson. SOFTBALL-FAST PITCH ,- f ' - - " S A A T2v KAPPA ALPHA CHAMPIONS Front Row: Oliver W. Stateler, John David Bell, Alvin Homer Badger, Jon Grant Ford, Fred David Graeber. Back Row: Wayne W. Malone, John Howard Robinson, Jr., Forrest Arnold Silva, John William Harris, Thomas Henry Nobis. RAIDERS RUNNER-UP Front Row: Will Allen Turman, Walter J. Corn, James R. Stutzman, Henry B. Jones, Jr., James Howard Barnett, Jeff Michael Biggs. Back Roto : Richard Earl Allen, John Patrick Mull ins, Robert Ernest Bryant, Douglas Julian Ferguson, Leslie Steven Barnett, Gilbert Lee McCaslin. Page 537 CLASS A CLASS A Left to Right: Robert Phillip Lindsay, Recruits, Champion ; Matthew H. Kelly, Newman, Run- ner-up. INDIVIDUAL SPORTS HANDBALL SINGLES DOUBLES CLASS B - CLASS B Left to Right: A. Rodney Zieger, Recruits, Champion ; Edward Reagan Swift, Sigma Chi, Runner-up. CLASS A Left to Right; Ronald E. Levinson, Sigma Alpha Mu; Phillip Jay Siborg, Sigma Alpha Mu; William Jefferson Moore, Recruits; Robert Phillip Lindsey, Recruits. CLASS B Left to Right: Platt Walker Davis, III, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phil Coy Walden, Delta Kappa Epsilon; Jerry Bruce Falk, Recruits; Samuel Sykes Houston, Recruit$, GOLF SINGLES GOLF DOUBLES Left to Right: Herbert Michael Lymin, Tau Delta Phi, Champion; Arthur Alexander Duggin, Alpha Tau Omega, Runner-up. 10 Right: John Clyde TomlinsoD. Jr.. David Lee Duncan, Recruits, Champions. Left to Right: Marshall L. Smith. Michael ROM Dunkle, Sigma Chi, Runner-up. TENNIS SINGLES CLASS A Left to R ight ; Luis Alphonso Cobos, Unattached, Champion ; James Edward Craig, Acacia, Runner-up. CLASS B Left to Right; William Fr-drick Millar, Phi Gamma Delta, Cham- pion; Charles Kenneth Schroeder, Price Hall, Runner-up. DOUBLES CLASS A Left to Right: Luis Alphonso Coboa, Cesar L " list ' s Menoscal, Unattached, Champions, David Allen Young and Morris Marcus Reese, Lambda Chi Alpha, Runner-up. CLASS B Left to Right: Robert Terry Sabom, Robert Schrope Wade, Kappa Sigma, Champions, Alford Marshall Stewart, Michael Keaney Sutherlin, Navy, Runner-up. TABLE TENNIS SINGLES Left to Right: Ken J. Klein, Tau Delta Phi, Allen Morris Christenson, Jr., Unattached, Champion. DOUBLES Left to Right: William Thomas Dickey, David French Durham, Independent Unattached, Cham- pions. DOUBLES Left to Right: Samuel H. Simkin, Neal Charlo Small, Phi Sigma Delta, Runner-up. Page 539 WRESTLING 14 " B Left to Right: 123 Pound Class, David Michael Angell, Recruits, Champion; Ronald Leonard Gallerano, Theta Xi, Runner-up; 130 Pound Class, Quentin Ware Martin, Goodall Woolen, Champion; Keith Allen Maxie, Army, Runner-up; 137 Pound Class, John Channell Cargill, Phi Kappa Sigma, Champion; Gary James Harloff, Campus Guild, Runner-up; 147 Pound Class, Daniel Nelson Bulla, Lambda Chi Alpha, Champion; Edward Charles Voss, III, Phi Gamma Delta, Runner-up. Left to Right: 157 Pound Class, Patrick O ' Brien, Alpha Phi Omega, Champion; Lynn Rickey Law, Independent Unattached, Runner-up; 167 Pound Class, John Michael Camden, Independent Unattached, Champion; Robert Clifton Sturdivant, Delta Tau Delta, Runner-up; 177 Pound Class, Patrick James Feeley, Independent Unattached, Champion; William Edward Wright, Jr., Delta Tau Delta, Runner-up; 191 Pound Class, Wendell Carl Baker, Army, Champion; Gary D. Sullivan, Phi Kappa Psi, Runner-up; Unlimited Class, John Bailey Patterson, Independent, Runner-up; William Grant Hil- burn, Jr. Chi Phi, Champion. SIC! few i few SMI,, H Fnk TRACK FI i PHI GAMMA DELTA CHAMPIONS Front Row: Donald Michael Dalton, Robert Wayne Jarry, Jeffrey Gordon Mundy, David Charles Schick, Julius Louis Bergfeld, Jr. Back Row: Jack D. Holford, Harry Denious Mawn. Robert Wint Paddock, Edward H. Esquivel. Page 540 RECRUITS RUNNER-UP front Kcur: Billy R. Karrh, Dale L. Chrisman. Michael Francis Collins, Dan D. Kubin, Preston Thomas Faykus. Back Row: James Shelby Sharpe, Guy Stanley Sawyer, Vernon Edgar Wuensche, David Michael Angel], Robert Joseph Dorotik. SQUASH BADMINTON IING OPEN TOURNAMENTS Left to Right: Gerald Kirby Miller, II, Runner-up. Leon Oscar LaBorde, Champion. SOCCER Frank B. Ray, Independent Unattached. AMERICANS CHAMPIONS Front Row: Thomas John Kalousek, Peter Joseph McCormick, Aliaga M. Ubertino, Luis Alfonso Lobos, Conzalo A. Sandino-Salcedo. Back Row: Robert George Makela, Eugene Philip Cannon, Fernando A. Wills Franco, Julio Ivan Torres-Pali- ciaus, R a miro Molina -Valencia, Juan Rodriquez- Resell. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON RUNNER-UP Front Row: Roger Dorman Gaulding, Sam S. Leake, George Wesley Works, III, John Dudley Snyder, Richard Burleson Negley, James Arthur Tilling - hast. Back Row: George Poe Morrill, Alan Clifton Schoellkopf, Benjamin Carl Faulkner, Dick Clark, III, Frank Richard Rubottom, James Lutcher Neg- ley. FENCING HORSESHOES FREE THROW Ned Kinkier Handly, Cham- pion Left to Right: Frank Lawrence Endres, Pin- Ups, Runner-up : John Edward Jordan, Pin- Vps t Champion. Pa e 541 ALPHA TAU OMEGA Front Row : James Nelms Winfrey, David Kenneth Dean Harris, Tolbert M. Dalton. Bryan Taylor Stratton. Andrew Morris, Not Pictured: POW WOW AWARDS BANQUET ORGANIZATION ALL-YEAR TROPHY front Row: Champions Michael Rodgers Boxwell, Phi Gamma Delta; Delbert Milton Cox, Recruits; Duane Martin Starr, Navy; Darryl Edwin Collier, Moore Hill. Back Row: Runncrs-iip William Dan Burleson, Delta Tau Delta; Jerry Haskell King, Brunette; Jack Kenneth Dahlberg, Jr., Army; William Earle Halstead, Jr., Campus Guild. Under the direction of the senior Managers, the intramural managerial staff pre- sented a special awards banquet honoring those individuals and groups who accumu- lated the most total points and for those who displayed exceptional leadership and sportsmanship. TROPHIES Left to Right: Delbert Milton Cor, Recruits Manager, COWBOY SPORTS- MANSHIP TROPHY; Joseph Kboudi, Tau Delta Phi Manager, NELSON PUETT IMPROVEMENT AWARD. Left to Right: Billy R. Karrh, Tejas, BERRY M. WHITAKER LEADER- SHIP AWARD; A. B. Rutherford, Beta Theta Pi, ARNO NOWOTNY SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD; Raymond Lee Johnson, Jr., OUTSTANDING OFFICIAL ' S AWARD. PARTICIPATION AWARDS Left to Right: Delbert Milton Coi, Recruits; Philip B. Schept, Sigma Pi Sigma; Alva Allir Edwardi, Royal Co-op; Robert A. Cooper, Alpha Epsilon Pi (not pictured) . Page 542 BEST ALL-ROUND ATHLETES I.r t to Right: Joe Bill Watkini, Delta Tau Delta; Samuel Sykci Honiton, Recruits; Jack Kenneth Dahlberg, Jr., Army; Randy Malhews McNatt, Royal Co-op. THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SPORTS ASSOCIATION FOR MEN WRESTLING CLUB Front Row: Quentin Ware Martin, Keith Allen Maxie, Lynn Rickey Law, Patrick James Feeley, John Stanley Metcalfe, David Lee Gregg. Back Row: Gary James Harloff, John Channel! Cargill, Daniel Nelson Bulla, Patrick Arnold O ' Brien, Robert C. Sturdivant, John Michael Camden, Wendall Carl Baker, William Grant Hilburn, Jr. HANDBALL CLUB UTSAM was organized in 1946 for the purpose of pro- moting interest and participation for outstanding athletes in sports not sponsored by Intercollegiate Athletics. The Sports Association enables many outstanding athletes to compete who would not otherwise be afforded an opportunity of continued participation. The Association has 12 member clubs, each having its own student director and faculty sponsor and is sponsored by the Department of Intramural Sports for Men. UTSAM has been approved as an official campus organization by the Dean of Student Activities. Clubs which were active this year but not pictured include the Cricket, Ice Hockey, Sailing, and Squash Clubs. Front Row: Samuel F. Navarte, Ervin William Squires, Jr., Matthew H. Kelly. Back Row: Kenneth Woodrow Tyson, faculty sponsor, James A. Leo, Glenn Vorwerk, Robert Philip Lindsay. GYMNASTICS CLUB , Front Row: Thomas E. Vyse, James Bayless Lee, Edwin Roy Murphy, Jr., John Frank Seekamp. David Knight Northinglon, Raymond A Lewis, Captain. Back Row: Jamile A. Ashmorc, Coach, Donald Earl Bell, Gerald L. Bartosch, Robert Glenn Reeves, Sam Collier Bashara, Russell F. Burmester, William Sidney Hembree, Jr., Phillip G. Baerreis. Page 543 HOCKEY CLUB FENCING CLUB Hi Front Row: Robert John Wray, Ray Holton Cook, John Michael Lohr, Louis Robert Anderson, Leo Turner Burgard, Jeffrey Donald Lancaster, Timothy W. Baker, Cecil Glenn Foster, Jr., Gordon LeRoy Silliker, Jr. Back Row: Chris Seay, Assistant Coach, Jim Cosby, Coach, Edward C. Clancy, Richard Edmund Thomassen, Jamea L. Funderburgh, Terry Niels Taylor, Ralph E. Reiner, Jim Lee Hollis, Carl J. Bohs, J. Thomas Nesbitt, Louis McCellan Ayers, Jr., Norman Walker, Head Coach. Left to Right: Thomaa William Holden, Charles Otto Unfried, Paul Donald Erick- son, Ronald Ray Warner, Donald Lee Hockaday. BOWLING WEIGHT LIFTING CLUB Left to Right: Jack Edward Hurley, Faculty Sponsor, Adrian Louis Bludeau, Richard Warren Helgeson, Mark Robert Wallock, Ronald M. David, Richard A. Dathe, Jr. Front Row: Cecil Lee Newton, Jr., Joseph Francis DePetris, Jr., Harry Franklin Lundell, Gilbert Elliott Fox, Ben Lee Blend. Back Row: Carlos Avila, Reynaldo Gabriel Garza, Jr., Alan Zeitlin, David Louis Gross, Don Paul Smith, Richard J. Folmer. SOFTBALL CLUB SOCCER CLUB Front Row: Carroll Wayne Glavr, John Vcrnon Peel, Harold MichaeUon London. William Allen Melton, Faculty Sponsor. Second Row: Michael Masterson Sheppard, Richard Joseph Bueltel, Emmelt Edrington Moore. Third Row: David Edward Bird, Alvio Homer Badger, Tommy Henry Nobli, Jr., Dean Marshall Greenwood (not pictured) . Front Row : Jan Peter Wogart, Clarence Magnus Swanson, Ragnar Leunig, Paul X. Roussos, Laszlo Simon, Abe Americus. Back Row: Juan R. Saybe, Benjamin Carl Faulkner, Lull A. Cobos, Alfred H. Erler, Robert Paul Higley, Faculty Sponsor. Page 544 (-.fc, CLASSES - Bn E 1 I , 1 . GRADUATES AND SENIORS Page 545 GRADUATES ADAMS, GILBERT TIMBRELL, JR., Beaumont Law, AKE ARNIE, LARRY JOE, San Antonio Accounting AVILA, CARLOS, Dallas Physics, ZII2, Longhorn Flying Club, UTSAM BAINGO, MARY ALICE, Mercedes French, University Chorus, Aquinas Club BARBER, JOEL STEPHEN, Houston Journalism, B6II, AAZ, J AA BARCLAY, WILL B., Vidor French BARTON, CALVIN PASCAL, Lufkin Mathematics, National Science Foundation BEARDEN, JOE H., Austin Insurance, A2II, KK , Longhorn Band, CBA Council, American Finance Association. Insurance Society BERISFORD, BARRY ALLEN, Wheeling, W. Va. Aero-Space Engineering, ATA BERNAT, E. ROBERT, Sarasota, Fla. Law, 83 BICKERSTAFF, TROY RICHARD, Austin Psychology BIGGS, WILLIAM R., Fort Worth Accounting, K2, BA BOEHL, JOHN E., Dallas Electrical Engineering, HKN, TBII, 1 K BRADFORD, GILES EDWARD, Sweetwater Mathematics, A f n, ret, Men ' s Glee Club, Radio Club, Honor Roll BRADY, SAMUEL DAVID, Garland Marketing, A f 2, YR, American Marketing Association, CBA Council, Texas Union Committees, Round-Up BRECHT, HOWARD DAVID, Dallas Accounting, X J BREEN, DAVID NEIL, Beaumont Accounting OAM1 Basin GAf Dm C. Pi HANs Mitta HA1 Aco B G Effi Plloa HE Mall KE Arclil HOI BROWN, GEORGE M,, Longview Government CALDWELL, WILLIAM D., San Antonio Business Administration CARROLL, BILLY DAN, Gatesville Electrical Engineering, TBII, HKN CASTLEMAN, KENNETH RANDOLPH, Bogata Electrical Engineering, TBII, HKN, A , IEEE CLAYTON, JOE LEASEL, JR., Ozona Philosophy COLINA-VARGAS, CARLOS ALBERTO, Barranquilla, Colombia City Planning, International dub CUTLER, E. WAYNE, Austin History DIESES, ESSAM FAHMY, Cairo, Egypt Petroleum, Engineering DRABEK, GENE WILLIAM, Kingsville Education DRAEGER, CAROLYN, Houston Educational Psychology DRUMMOND, FRANK ODESSA, JR., Jackson, Miss. Chemistry DRUMWRIGHT, HENRY STERLING, Cisco Finance, S t K EIDSON, HAROLD DAMON, Conway, Ark. Mathematics EISEMANN, CHARLES WARREN, San Antonio Management, X ESPINOSA, MIGUEL, Cuernavaca, Mexico International Business, 2N, Cowboys, " Interfra- temity Council, Student-Faculty Discipline Com- mittee, Club de Mexico, Newman Club EYRE, DALE GEORGE, Moose Jaw, Canada Structural Engineering, ASCE, ACI, BSC, International Club FALCONER, DAVID ROSS, Austin Mathematics FIEDLER, NORDALM FEDERICO HELMUT, Manaqua, Nicaragua Civil Engineering FISHMAN, PHYLLIS ANN, New Orleans, La. Speech Pathology and Audiology FOSTER, PERRY TINDALL, Calvert Law, IIKA Page 546 GRADUATES CAMEL, JOHN PAUL, Lampassas Business, 2N GARCIA, PHILLIP NORBERTO, Ben Bolt Drama, Dram Productions GARCIA, RAYMOND THOMAS, Houston Petroleum Engineering GOERNER, CHARLES L, Austin Mechanical Engineering HANSARD, ROBERT MARK, Fort Worth Mathematics HART, BOBBY DON, Leander Accounting, BA , BP , KK , Longhorn Band, Honor Roll HARTMAN, KENNETH G., Government HAYNES, SHERRY LYNN, Austin Business Education, nfilT, BBA, Freshman Council HAZELETT, SAMUEL RICHARD, Rocky River, Ohio Philosophy HENRY, HERBERT WILLIAM, Palacios Mathematics, Tejas HIGHLEY, MONA P., Los Angeles, Calif. English, Newman Club HILDERBRAND, CLAUDE EARL, JR., Comfort Aero-Space Engineering, TBII, 2IT, 1 HZ, J K I , AIAA HINES, FRANK LEWIS, College Heights, Ark. Architectural Engineering, K , XE, TBII, TACPRE HORTON, JON DALE, Dallas Electrical Engineering, TBII, HKX, IEEE, TSPE HUTSELL, BARY BEN, Corpus Christ! Chemical Engineering, TBII, JJXE, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society, Scabbard and Blade, Cowboys JONES, JOIE PIERCE, Abilene Mathematics and Physics, J BK, I HS, Junior Fellows, Union and Student Government Committees, Student Assembly, Challenge, YD, Wesley Foundation KAYYAL, KASIM M., Latakia, Syria Civil Engineering, OAS, International Club KINARD, JAMES, Abilene Business, N, BA , BT2, Teaching Assistant KOCH, CHARLES THOMAS, Floresville Environmental Health, XE, TBII, i K t , Engineering Fellow KOO, JANG HOE, Seoul, Korea Linguistics LAMBERTH. KAREN JOST, Austin Education LAMBERTH, L, S., JR., San Antonio Electrical Engineering, IEEE LANIOX, DEANNE MAY, New Orleans, La. Sociology, I M LAWHON, WILLIAM GENE, Houston Law, SN LIU, YUNG-KAN, Taiwan, China Mechanical Engineering LUNA-TRAILL, EDUARDO, Mexico City, Mexico Architecture MARGURGER, JOE BEN, Burlington Physics, 2IT2, YD McMANUS, PORTIA ANN, Austin English McNEELY, DAVID MICHAEL, Bryan Government,, Assemblyman, Ranger, Daily Texan Editor, Chancellor ' s Advisory Cabinet, Texas Student Leaders Semi- nar in Chile MILLER, WILLIAM HAMILTON, Crawford Aero-Space Engineering, AIAA MIREUR, JOHN P., Corpus Christi Chemical Engineering MOHRMANN, LEONARD E., JR., Austin Chemistry, " tHS, A M2, American Chemistry Society, Chemical Society of London, D.S.F., Election Com- mission, Texas Union Advisory Board, Texas En- gineering and Science Magazine MOSS, EDWARD, R., LaGrange Chemical Engineering AX2 MOUNT, TAMARA LYNNE, Groves English NEILL, STEPHEN K., San Antonio Mathematics NELSON, DON BAXTER, Gushing Chemistry NICHOLAS, CARL EDWARD, G Electrical Engineering, HKKH Page 547 GRADUATES NIETENHOEFER, KENNETH CLARENCE, Hondo Management, Tejas, Longhom Band, Longhorn Singers, C.B.A. Council, Texas Union Board of Directors, Cowboys NORRIS, BOB R., Dallas Mathematics OLD, JOHN M., Texarkana Electrical Engineering PAINTER, LYNDA, Fort Worth Sociology PALMER, J. DAVID, Austin Government, II2A PANZARELLA, JOHN EDWARD, Humble Chemical Engineering, AX2, HS, AIChE, Newman Club PARR, SYLVIA ANN, Robstown Mathematics, Teaching Assistant PATTERSON, COMER 0., JR., Lawn Zoology-Biochemistry, ' t BK, A KJ, Texas Union Advisory Board, Elec- tion Commission, Friars, Outstanding Student PETRUS, JOSEPH A., Austin Government, IT2A PUCKETT, ALLEN KAY, JR., Dallas Business Administration, IIKA, Freshman Council, Intramurals RAMSAY, NANCY PAULINE, Gulfport, Miss. Library Science RASH, JAMES L., Austin Mathematics REAMS, GAIL J., Houston Physics, BK, H2, ZII2 REX, MAURICE WILLIAM, JR., San Antonio Business Administration RICKEY, SHARON KAY, Nedefland Art-Educational Psychology ROGERS, JAMES O., JR., Alamogordo, New Mex. Management SAADI, ISMAIL H., Damascus, Syria Business Administration ADAM Finale Aff Acco I ft ALEX. Bent ALF .Mir Al R SAMUELSON, WILLIAM GEORGE, Mineral Wells History and Philosophy of Education SAVAGE, R. LAWRENCE, Cleburne Business Administration SCHODEK, DANIEL LEWIS, Rosenburg Architectural Engineering, TBII, XE, T2A, AAAE, Karate Club SEGOVIA, GLORIA AURORA, Puebla, Mexico Chemistry, International Club SMITH, AUGUST WILLIAM, Austin Business, A2II, ZIE, AROTC SMITH, JON DUDLEY, San Antonio Journalism SMITH WILLARD MAC, Dallas Civil Engineering, Engineering Council, TSPE SPENCER, JOHN NORWOOD, Austin Architectural Engineering, TBII, XE, TSPE TOMLINSON, JOHN CLYDE, JR., Longview Finance, Intramurals TOWNSEND, CRAIG ARNOLD, Baytown Business and Management TRAVERSO, JUAN GUSTAVO, Chaco, Argentina Aero-Space Engineering TURNER, GARY DOUGLAS, Dallas Mechanical Engineering, ASME ULABUI, FAWWAZ, Beirut, Lebanon Electrical Engineering, OAS, International Commission. IEEE URBINA, MANUEL, JR., Houston Latin American Studies VANSTEENKISTE, RICHARD, LaFeria Geography, Tejas, Goodfellow, Outstanding Student WACHTER, PAUL GEORGE, JR., Youngstown, Ohio Architectural Engineering, AAAE, TACPRE WARE, MARY JANE, Fort Worth English WATTS, LEWIS W., JR., Oil City, La. Chemistry, t AT WEBB, DOROTHY, Visalia, Calif. Latin American History WELCH, ROBERT C. WILLIAM, Lake Charles, La. Chemical Engineering, +HE, +AT, flXE, TBH, AIChE W1TTLIFF, JAMES LAMAR, Blanco Cell Biology, KS, NDEA Fellow, International So- i Page 548 Gdl, CLASS OF 1965 ABERNATHY, GAIL MANNAS, Austin Elementary Education, ZTA ABRAMS, LARRY CARL, Austin English. ABSTON, ELIZABETH ANN, Daingerfield English-Government, rl B ACEVEDO, MARY ANN, Austin Speech Therapy ACOSTA-GONZALEZ, F. JORGE, Bogota, Colombia Chemical Engineering ACTKINSON, ARLAND LEE, San Antonio Mathematics, A l f!, Longhorn Band, Symphonic Band, Wesley Foundation ADAIR, DIANE, Austin Accounting, A01I, AAA, HA ADAIR, ROBERT LAFAYETTE III, Manhasset, N. Y. Accounting, 2 t E, PA , BPS, CBA Council ADAMEK, DAVID VINCENT, San Antonio Finance, Society for the Advancement of Management AHNGER, DONALD C, Spring Valley, 111. Accounting, AX ALEXANDER, JOHNNY BANISTER, Austin Pre-Medical, lli, t-BK, AEA ALEXANDER, JULIE WHITE, LaMarque History, KKT ALEXANDER, PHYLLIS, Waco Elementary Education, AE I . SEA ALFRED, ROBERT C., Midland Marketing, i)X, American Marketing Association, Texas Union Committees ALI, TJIK NANG, Gerong, Indonesia Petroleum Engineering ALLEN D ' MARIS LUMPKIN, Highlands Biology, German Clul), Honor Roll ALLEN, JAMES TRUEMAN, El Paso Government, Young Democrats ALLEN, JOAN, Houston English, XS2, Kinsolving Advisor, Freshman Council, Texas Union Committees, University Chorus ALLEN, JOHN R., San Antonio Government, AT ALLEN, LLOYD EDWARD, JR., Harlingen Government, A n, Tejas, Student Assembly, Student Gov- ernment Committees, Challenge, TISA, Goodfellow ALLERTON, MARY VIRGINIA, Fort Worth Psychology, Young Republicans ALLINE, LYNDA MARIE, Galveston Zoology, AXn, Freshman Council, Texas Union Com- mittees, Cordettes ALLRED, TESS GABRIELLE, Brownsville Chemistry AL-RASHID, NASSER IBRAHIM, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia Civil Engineering, 4 HZ;, XE, TBII, K I , Engineering Fellow, ASCE, TSPE, OAS, International Club, International Com- mission, International Council ALTMAN, STEVE M., Houston Electrical Engineering ALTON, CECIL CLAUDE, El Campo Accounting, BFZ AMACKER, JEANNE RICKEY, Beaumont English, ITB , Ashbel Literary Society ANDERSON, BETTY JO, Big Spring Mathematics ANDERSON, JOE DANIEL, Silverton Government, TIKA ANDERSON, LOUIS ROBERT, Denison Chemical Engineering, 211 ANDERSON, THOMAS AXEL, LaMarque Electrical Engineering ANDREWS, JAMIE LEE, Freeport Mathematics, Spooks, Freshman Council, Election Com- mission, Texas Union Committees ANTISS BILL M., Boerne Electrical Engineering, IEEE APPLEBERRY, MILES HARTMAN, San Antonio Government, A I fZ, MUN APPLEBY, LARRY, San Antonio Commercial Art APPLEDORF, MARGIE ANN, Houston Elementary Education, A I E, Freshman Council, Round- Up, Campus Chest, Panhellenic ARBAUGH, CHARLES HOUSTON, Sweetwater Government, AKE Page 549 rvr BAIRD, CYNTHIA JANE, Midland Spanish, AAA, BK, 2AII, UA f , Grace Hall Counselor BAKER, CAROLINE SUSAN, Corpus Christi Interior Design, RAW, AID BAKER, CARROLL ANN, Edinburg Actuarial Science, KA6 BAKER, LOWELL MALCOLM, Dallas Chemistry BALKMAN, PATRICIA SUE, Alexandria, Va. English, AAA, Phi Beta Kinsolving, Wesley Foundation, Union and Student Government Committees, Kinsolving Advisor BALL, ELDON RAY, Odessa Journalism, ftX, SAX, A i n, Daily Texan, Freshman Council BALSLEY, RONALD D., Austin Finance BANKS, BARBARA M., Bryan Elementary Education, Texas Union Committees, SEA BANKSTON, MARY ANN, Lake Jackson Elementary Education BANKSTON, THOMAS A., San Angelo Engineering Route to Business Administration BANTA, DIANA, La Porte Office Administration, AOH, Panhellenic, YR., Freshman Council HARBOUR, JAMES CHARLES, Cotulla History, A t 2, Pershing Rifles, Freshman Council BAREFIELD, RUSSELL M., San Antonio Accounting, HA , T Association, Varsity Swimming BARLING, ANNA LOUISE, Austin English, Southern Singers, SEA BARNARD, LANA GAIL, Austin Personnel Management, ATA BARNES, CAROL VIVIAN, Fort Worth Zoology BARNES, MICHAEL PHILIP, Tyler Mathematics, BSU BARNHART, L. IRVIN, Houston Finance BARNHART, MARY LUADA, Corpus Christi Government, rJ B, Freshman Council, Student Govern- ment Committees BARNHILL, CHARLES R., Highlands Government, I AB CLASS OF 1965 ARCHER, NANCY RUTH, Brady English, AAA, Freshman Council, Texas Union Committees, Ashbel Literary Society, Society of Southern Belles ARNOLD, ELON FERRIS, JR., Corpus Christ! Music Education, I MA, Symphonic Band ARNOLD, VANCE MICHAEL, Gilmer Finance, IIKA ARRINGTON, JOYCE, Houston Elementary Education, Xfi, Challenge, Bored Martyrs ARTIS, DONALD ROBERT, JR., Abilene Aero-Space Engineering ASHMORE, DENNIS RAY, Fort Worth Economics, ATA ASHMORE, HELEN MARIANNE, Austin Home Economics, OX, Home Economics Club, Freshman Council. ASKEW, BENNA LAYNE, O ' Donnell Interior Design ASKEW, JOHN PAUL, Amarillo General Business, AT AUTRY, JOE GENE, Dallas Pharmacy, K , KK , BSU, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association, Long- horn Band, Pharmacy Foundation Scholarship, Freshman Council AYOUB, FRED MICHAEL, Brownsville Accounting BAADE, HENRY, Boling Mechanical Engineering, A l fZ, Tejas Club, ASME BAILEY, KATHRYN ANN, LaMarque Pre-Law, I1B , Varsity Cheerleader, Freshman Cheerleader, CEC, South- west Conference Sportsmanship Committee, Cactus, Freshman Council, Union Committees, ROTC Sponsor, Cordettes, Rally ' Advisory Committee, Royal Spirit Committee, Sweetheart Nominee, Goodfellow BAILEY, RANDALL ALLEN, Huntsville Marketing, IIKA, American Marketing Association, Longhorn Flying Club BAILEY, RAY B., Marshall Architecture, APX, AIA, Sphinx BAIN, WALTER MATHIS Finance, f A9, Freshman Assembly, American Finance Association BAIRD, ALAN BRUCE, Houston Economics, Acacia, YD, Challenge, Student Services Co-Ordinating Committee JllJ Page 550 CLASS OF 1965 BARR, HENRY BUFORD, Beaumont Advertising, SX, AAZ BARRERA, CECILIO RICHARDO, Roma Mico-Biology BARRY, THOMAS PATRICK, III, Colorado City Journalism, ZAX BARTON, JUDYTH FAYE, Alvin Accounting, AAA, BA , BFS, Deseret Club, YR, Young Americans for Freedom BARTON, STERLIN E, JR., Longview Pharmacy, K BAESE, KERMIT RAYMOND, New Braunfels Accounting, i HZ, BA BASKETTE, CYNTHIA DUVAL, Dallas History, AF, Union Committees, UTSA BAST, ANN, Sweetwater Marketing, XJ2 BATES, JAMES HERBERT, Marshall Pharmacy, K , Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association BATSON, THOMAS CLYDE, Galena Park Radio and Television BAUMANN, JUDY L., San Antonio Mathematics, Longhorn Band BEAN, JANIS, Kilgore Elementary Education, KKF BECK, GAIL ANNE, Duncanville Mathematics, AHA, Texas Union Committees, Round-Up, Royal Spirit Com- mittee, Freshman Council BECKEY, ANDREW DANIEL, Deer Park Zoology Pre-Medical BECKHAM, EARNELL, Kermit English, TBZ, Phi Beta Kinsolving, Kinsolving Advisor, Longhorn Band BECKLUND, ANN HELEN, Dallas Art, Kinsolving Advisor, Kinsolving Student Assistant BECKNELL, NELDA KAY, Idalou English, APA, t BK, Spooks, Union Committees, Texas Union Board, Freshman Council, Challenge, Dimes Day Committee. BEESLEY, SANDRA ANN, San Angelo Elementary Education, AAA, Freshman Council BEESOM, RICHARD R., Shepherd Pharmacy BELL, DAVID HENRY, Houston General Business, AT BELL, LOIS ILENE, Waco Speech-Hearing Therapy, A E, ZAH, KAII, Freshman Orientation, Texas Union Committees BENNETT, CAMILA A., Austin Journalism, 824 " , FAX BENNETT, MORRIS WAYNE, Houston Chemical Engineering, TBI1, AIChE BENSON, ROSALIE RAINES, Houston Elementary Education, ASA BENSON, TANGIE MAE, Corpus Christi History BENTLEY, RUSSELL L., JR., Tyler Psychology BENTLEY, ZOE ANNE, Tyler Accounting, BA BERAN, GARY LYNN, San Antonio Electrical Engineering, IEEE, TSPE BERG, ALLAN MORTON, Dallas Accounting, t i)A BERLY, JANIS ANN, Houston Special Education, AAA, Angel Flight, Orange Wings BERNIARD, LEWIS JOHN. Ill, Baytown Chemical Engineering, AIChE BERNSTEIN, HOWARD LAWRENCE, San Antonio Accounting, TA , Longhorn Band, Freshman Orienta- tion, AROTC, Distinguished Military Student, American Marketing Association, Student Government Committees BERRY, PHILLIP PAUL, Austin Electrical Engineering BERWICK, MICHAEL H., Houston Marketing BESCHER, BARBARA ANNE, Houston History, A , SEA BETTIN, JOAN DIANE, Houston English, Blanton Advisor, SCOPE BEYEA, ELEANOR BANKSTON, Dallas History and Government, Xfi, Goodfellow, Panhellenic, Orange Jackets, Angel Flight, Round-Up Page 551 SENIORS BOETTCHER, DOROTHY KIMBELL, Houston Government, AXH, Madison House Advisor, UTSA YD BOGER, ALLEN DICKSON, Vernon Electrical Engineering, AFROTC BOHLS, CARL EMIL, San Antonio Engineering Route to Business Administration, 2IE BOHMFALK, CHARLES STEVEN, Weslaco Electrical Engineering BOLES, ROBERT WENDELL, Scroggins Engineering Science, S.E.S., Intramurals BOND, RONALD FRED, Eldorado, Ark. Marketing, A J n, American Marketing Association, Pershing Rifles, Intramurals Manager BOOTHE, SANDRA NELL, San Antonio Elementary Education, Southern Singers, SEA-NEA BOUTWELL, JOHN CLAYTON, JR., Weslaco Accounting BOWEN, BOBBY JOE, Jacksboro Mathematics, AXZ BOWMAN, GARY WAYNE, Houston Zoology BOWMAN, LYNDA KAY, Baytown Elementary Education BOX, FREDERICK, CLYDE, Birmingham, Ala. Advertising, AAS BOYD, BETTE MAXINE, Corsicana English, xn, Kinsolving Advisor, Orange Jackets, Round-Up, Campus Chest BOYDSTUN, BARBARA KAYE, Houston Home Economics, AAII, ON, II A6, H. E. Club, Honor Roll BRACKENRIDGE, GENIE, Taylor History, KKF, Mortar Board, Orange Jackets, Spooks, Ten Most Beautiful, Goodfellow, Campus Chest, Cactus, Cordettes, Royal Spirit Committee, ROTC Sponsor, SEA, Bluebonnet Belle Finalist, Operation Brainpower, CLASP, Ashbel Literary Society, Union and Student Government BRADLEY, BROOKS, Dallas Pharmacy, Tejas, +AX, A f2, Assemblyman, LPhA, Freshman Advisor, Student Government BRADLEY, ROBERT SANDERS, Fort Worth Architecture, 2K, AIA BRADLEY, STEVEN JUSTIN, Austin Marketing, 2K, ASH, AMA, SAM. SHAW. GARY gT. Ranger athematics, Insurance Society P.HADY, ELAINE AURORA, Austin Government, AHA BIERKAMPER, GRETCHEN A., San Antonio Elementary Education BILLA, LARRY J., San Antonio German, Crow ' s Nest, NROTC BITTNER, FREDERIC ALLEN, Thrall Law BIZZELL, DON HOWARD, Briggs Civil Engineering, ASCE BLACKWELL, JAMES LEE, Overton Finance, AT, Honors Plan, Texas Union Committees BLAIR, BEN RODGERS, JR., Lake Jackson Psychology, AXA BLAIR, HAROLD DEAN, Helotes Mathematics, Karate Club BLAIR, LEE ANN, Lake Jackson Elementary Education, AXU, Freshman Council, Texas Union Com - mittees BLAKES, MADELAINE HELEN, Dallas Government and Economics BLEY, CAROL ANN, Rankin Mathematics, ASA, Freshman Council, Texas Union Committees, Kin- solving House Council BLOCK, EDWARD FREDERICK, IV, San Antonio Zoology BLUDAU, OWEN WILLIAM, Karnes City Architecture, APX, Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished Military Stu- dent AIA BLUMBERG, ARMIN WALTER, San Antonio Marketing BOARDMAN, NOEL, Upper Saddle River, N.J. French, f AII, Student Government Committees, Texas Union Committees, Round-Up BOBO, ROY A., II, Houston Economics, A n, DSF, Longhorn Christian Fellowship BOCK, BETSY ANN, Dallas Home Economics, AE BOCK, CAROL SUE, Austin Spanish, A Cappella Choir, Longhorn Singers at ta m Eifli EH o Becttk BRB Psycl Con BE Of BUM Zoolog BRF Eb EH Ac. r. f i Page 552 CLASS OF 1965 BRANTLEY, CY NTHIA LOUISE, Port Arthur History, AAA, A S Assemblyman, College House, TSP Board of Directors, Mortar Board, Outstanding Student. Silver Spurs Award BRANTLEY, JAMES WILLIAM, Fort Worth Personnel Management, Society for the Advancement of Management BRANTLEY, JAN ELIZABETH, Fort Worth English and History BRANTLEY, WILLIAM HATTAWAY, Brundidge, Ala. History, AKE BRASELTON, SUE, Nacogdoches English and History, Kinsolving Advisor, Campus Chest BRASWELL, DON MERTON, New Boston English, Curtain Club, Czech Club BRASWELL, JAMES RAY, Texarkana Chemistry BRAUN, BOBBY LYNN, Austin Commercial Art BRAY, THOMAS A., Midland Electrical Engineering, A MJ, IEEE BRECKENRIDGE, KAY, Newburgh, N. Y. Psychology, Ar, A A A, X, t BK, Junior Fellow, Mortar Board, A S Council, MUN BREHM, JOAN ANN, Cibolo German, AAA, TB2, Longhorn Band, SEA, Orange Jackets BRENAN, MICHAEL SHANE, San Antonio Government, J A8, Silver Spurs, Goodfellow, Junior Intramural Man- ager BRENER, MARVIN LEO, Houston Zoology, TA i BREWER, PATRICIA ELIZABETH, Austin Elementary Education, AZ, Freshman Council BRIDGES, CHARLES WALTER, Tyler Accounting BRIGGS, LINDA SUE, San Angelo Art BRIGHTWELL, NATHAN L., Henderson Zoology, AT Page 553 BRINDLEY, MARTHA LOVE, Temple Clothing Merchandizing, KKT BRINSON, AUSTIN NEAL, Lamesa Electrical Engineering BRISTOW, EUGENE RAYMOND, Austin Aero-Space Engineering BROCK, ELMO EVERITT, JR., Brookshire Accounting, A M2 BROOKS, EVA MARIE, Austin Elementary Education, SEA BROOKS, LOYD GEORGE, Houston Industrial Relations, A M2 BROOKS, MELODY ANN, LaFeria Plan II, MUN, Orange Jackets, " Y " , University Symphony Orchestra BROOKS, PENELOPE, Hillsboro Business Education, AAA, imiT, BBA, CBA Council, Kinsolv- ing Advisor BROWN, ALEXIS JOAN, San Antonio Marketing, A J E, Angel Flight, Goodfellow, Spooks, Pan- hellenic, Sing-Song, Orientation Advisor, Kinsolving Stu- dent Assistant BROWN, GARRY DALE, Mertens Accounting, II KA, BA , Varsity Football BROWN, JULIA ANN, Fort Worth Plan II, IIA I , Phi Beta Kinsolving, Spooks, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board, Kinsolving Advisor BROWN, MAX, JR. San Angelo Accounting, Tejas, BA , BrZ BROWN, MONETTA MABETH, Austin English, AOU, Longhorn Singers BROWN, NORA DEYAUN, Brownwood Spanish, International Club BROWN, THOMAS WILDER, Galveston Finance ATA BROWNLOW, WILLIAM CLYDE, Morton Pharmacy, K , PX, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association BRYAN, JUDITH LYNN, Austin Commercial Art, AZ BRYANT, LOUIS EDWARD, JR., Iraan Electrical Engineering, IEEE BUCHANAN, JOHN WAYLAND, San Antonio Pre-Medical, J Ke, YR, Newman Club BUCHANAN, RICHARD NEAL, Fort Brage. N.C. English, ATA, H udj J B? Challenge, Representa- . vs Advisor, Freshman Council, MUN, i Union ' ARD ERNEST, i g, t H2, XE, TBII, A$OE, Engineer- neering Council, Honor Roll SENIORS CANFIELD, THOMAS HALE, George West Mechanical Engineering, TBII, IITZ, ASME, TSPE, Student En- gineering Council, Intramurals CANZONERI, SAM ANTHONY, Houston Pre-Dental, Newman Club, Student Government and Union Committees, YR, Round-Up, Longhorn Singers CAPERTON, PATRICIA CAROLYN, Houston History, AZ CAPPS, DAMON RICHARD, Pontotoc Economics CARDENAS, SALVADOR, San Antonio Architecture, Newman Club, AIA CARLISLE, NANCY RUTH, Baytown Micro-Biology CARLOCK, GEORGE DAVID, Honey Grove Law, ZN, A S Assemblyman, Silver Spurs, TSP Board of Directors, Goodfellow, Outstanding Students, Dads ' Day Award, Friar Society CARLSON, JOHN L., San Antonio Architecture, X4 CARMICHAEL, RUTH CAROL, Kerrville Spanish, 2AII, YR, Upperclass Advisor CARNES, DONALD DEWAYNE, Doraville, Ga. Philosophy-Architecture CARROLL, FRANCES MARIE, Midland History, AOII, Texas Student Nursing Association CARSS, ALICE BERYL, Pampa Interior Design, ON CARTER, JAMES WILLIAM, III, San Antonio Aero-Space Engineering, Longhorn Band CARUTHERS, JIMMIE EUGENE, Austin Sociology, University Chorus, Social Welfare Club CASSON, WAYNE ARTHUR, Houston Pre-Medical-Zoology, Intramurals CASTANEDA, PETE, JR., Laredo Zoology CASTEEL, FRANCES CARTER, Austin Government CASTELLANOS, THAIS FRANCES, Houston Studio Art, ASA, Young Republicans CASTILLE, VIRGINIA L, Austin Micro-Biology, AOII, Spooks, Newman Club GATE, ANN STEPHENS, Austin Elementary Education, Art Students Association, SEA, ACE ' X. BRADSHAW. GARYMgCT. Ranf Mathematics, Insurance- Society I1KADY, ELAINE AURORA, , (ovrrnmenl. AHA BUCK, NANCY RUTH, San Antonio Fashion Design, ASA, Longhorn Singers, Southern Singers, Longhorn Band, UTSA, Sing-Song BUCKSTAFF, SHERWOOD, JR., Houston Finance BUFFO, JOHN ALLEN, San Benito Accounting BURGESS, LYNNE MANN, Baytown Elementary Education, AAA, SEA BURKE, SHERRY ANN, Austin English BURKWALL, PAUL ANDREW, Beaumont Chemistry and Mathematics, A n, Freshman Tennis, Intramurals, BSU BUROW, JAMES FRUEH, Nordheim History BURTON, JOAN FRANCES, Kathy English and History, Upperclass Advisor, SEA BURTON, JOHN KENNETH, Sinton Aero-Space Engineering, AIAA BUSBY, BLAIRE, San Antonio Latin American Studies, ZTA, Panhellenic BUSH, HENRY ALAN, Houston Pharmacy BUTTER, BETTE LEE, Longview History-Government, KKr BYERS, TRUDY ELIZABETH, McLean, Va. Psychology BYFIELD, PATSY JEANNE, McAllen English, AAA, KAII, J BK, Phi Beta Kinsolving Advisor, Orange Jackets Mortar Board CADDELL, ROBERT RANDOLPH, Austin Electrical Engineering, TBII, HKN, Union Committees, IEEE, Student Engineering Council, Senior Cabinet CAIN, GARY VERNON, Fort Worth Engineering Route to Business Administration CALKINS, JUDITH LEE, Wichita Falls English, ZTA, SEA CATE Histor 01 fc c F: CEW Pin 14 ffl fflAL In,. ffl Pla C I fW rent ffl E:_ C Page 554 CLASS OF 1965 GATE, REYNOLDS NEWMAN, San Antonio History GATE, RODNEY MICHAEL, Sudan Pharmacy, t AX, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association GATES, CAROLYN ANN, Monahans French, nA f , 1 BK, Phi Beta Kinsolving, Kinsolving Advisor, Junior Fellow CAVAZOS, JOSE LUIS, Laredo Chemical Engineering, Laredo Club, AIChE, Longhorn Singers CEDARS, CHESTER MARK, Stephenville Plan 11, Tejas, A J n, Amateur Radio Operators Society, Freshman Council, Longhorn Flying Cluh CERDA, ALICE, San Antonio History and Spanish, Texas Student Leaders Seminar in Chile, Wakonda House Council CHADDERDON, BETSY MASON, Austin Elementary Education, ZTA, Freshman Council, Kinsolving Advisor CHADDERDON, JAMES R., Houston Finance-Pre-Law, S 1 E, American Finance Association CHALMERS, PRESLEY HOWARD, JR., Houston Law, AXA, Freshman Council, Silver Spurs CHAMBLISS, GLENN HILTON, Jasper Pharmacy CHERRY, THOMAS DAVIES, College Station Zoology, Pre-Medical CHEW, RICHARD, JR., El Paso Electrical Engineering, Scabbard Blade, Society of Military Engi- neers, IEE CHILES, JERRY EDMOND, Fort Worth Petroleum Land Management, ZN, ZIE, CBA Council, Student Assembly, Texas Union Co-Ordinating Board, Freshman Council, YR, Campus Chest CHOICE, SUSAN HARKINS, Sanderson English, AXJ2, Orientation Leader CHOICE, WILLIAM HERSCHEL, Houston General Business, X CHRISTIANSEN, SUE, Seguin Elementa ' ry Education, KAII, SEA, ACE CIMO, NICHOLAS JOSEPH, Houston Zoology ll Page 555 CISSICK, JOHN HENRY, McGregor Zoology, Arnold Air Society, Scabbard Blade, AFROTC Rifle Team, Cactus, Newman Club, Union Committees, Curtain Club, Chess Club, Bios, Honor Roll CLARK, ANN FRANCES, Sweetwater Mathematics, XJ2, AAA, Phi Beta Kinsolving, Orientation Ad- visor, Kinsolving Advisor, Union Committee, Round-Up CLARK, DONNA LOU, Spearman Sociology, TBS, Longhorn Band, UTSA, Texas Union CLARK, FORREST HINES, JR., Freeport History CLARK, KAY DIANE, Dallas English, AAA, ZAII, Phi Beta Kinsolving CLARK, JAMES WELDON, Dallas History CLARK, WILLIAM TAYLOR, III, Austin Zoology CLAYTON, MILES GREGORY, Corpus Christi Zoology CLEVELAND, FRANCES ANNE, San Antonio Music Education, TBS, SAI, Symphonic Band CLEWIS, CAROL ANN, Houston Spanish-English, AAA, Cowboy Sweetheart, Sweetheart Nominee, Ashbel Literary Society, A Cappella Choir, Royal Spirit Committee CLINTON, BENNIE JEAN, Dallas Advertising, t JI, 62 , TAX, Longhorn Band COBB, WILLIAM C., Austin Aero-Space Engineering, K , IFC, AIAA, Cowboys, Arnold Air Society, Gocdfellow, AFROTC COCKE, WILLIAM GARY, San Antonio History COE, JIMMY EARL, Conroe Electrical Engineering, IEEE, TUARC COERVER, ARTHUR JOHN, Houston Mechanical Engineering, IIKA, IFC, ASME COFFEE, CAROL JANE, Hempstead English, TBS, Longhorn Band COGAN, JOHN P., Houston Economics, SX, UTSAM COIL, VERNON LEE, Dallas General Business, OH, Ranger Drill Team COLE, BYRON EUGENE, Dallas Electrical Engineering COLE, CAROLYN LEE, Austin Latin American Studies, _W B, Challenge, Representa live Party, Andrews Advisor, Freshman Council. MUN. Daily Texan, Texan Union COLLIER, HOWARD ERNEST. Georgetown Civil Engineering, 1 HS, XK, TKII, ASCE, Engineer- ing Fellow, Engineering Council, Honor Roll SENIORS COUCH, KAREN KAY, Houston American Studies, Visiting Fellows Committee COURTNEY, MICHAEL ROLLIE, Texarkana History COWLEY, DON ESKEW, Amarillo Mathematics, Theleme Co-op, Round-Up, Texas Union Com- mittees COX, BILL JEROME, Denton Architecture, AIA, Campus Architecture Committee, YD, Architecture Council COX, TYRA ANN, Fredericksburg Home Economics, Phi Beta Kinsolving, Spooks, Orange Jackets, Cordettes, Goodfellow. Kinsolving Advisor, Sec- retary of the Students ' Association, Texas Union Board of Directors, Round-up, Freshman Council, Outstanding Student CRAIG, TOMMIE ALLEN, Austin Architecture CRAMER. CHARLES EDWARD, JR., Houston Mathematics, AFROTC, Arnold Air Society CREACER, DON WHITEMAN, Fort Worth Architectural Engineering CREAGER, SUE ELLEN, Tyler English, AAII, Kinsolving House Council CREEKMORE, GAYLE LYNN, Baytown English and History, Challenge, SEA CREWS, RONALD MILTON, Texarkana Physics, YR CRIST, LINDA, Florence General Business CRITTENDEN, PAMELA DIANE, Arlington English CROOK, WILLIAM EDWARD, Houston Mathematics, A+JJ, Cactus, ASME, DSF CROUCH, NANCY ELIZABETH, Lockhart English, AXfi CROW, NORMA JEANE, Irving Chemistry, AAA, AEA, TB , Longhorn Band CRUMLEY, GERON B., Paris Government CRUZ, JOSEFINO ESPIRITU, El Paso Chemistry, Newman Club, International Club CUELLAR, MARGARITA RAQUEL, Brownsville Dietetics CULBERTSON, CATHRYN L, Corpus Christi Pharmacy, K , BlantX dvisor, SCOPE, LPhA COLLIER, JOHN PAUL, Navarro Pharmacy, K COLLUM, CHARLES RAY, Dallas General Business, Chief Photographer for TSP, Cactus, Daily Texan COLYER, EDWARD SCOTT, Corpus Christi Psychology CONINE, SUSAN DIANE, Dallas English, AXtt, Student Government Committees, NEA, Ten Most Beautiful Finalist CONNELL, JIMMY 0., Amarillo Government CONNELL, JOHN A., Amarillo Government CONWILL, MARGARET KEITH, Bandera Sociology, ZTA, Little Sisters of Minerva COOK, GEORGE SMITH, Crockett Electrical Engineering, IEEE, Society for the Advancement of Management, CBA Council COOK, RICHARD KECK, Cotulla Aero-Space Engineering, AXA COOPER, CHARLYNE CATHRYNE, Austin History, AEA, Freshman Council, Newman Club COOPER, MARGARET ANNE, Austin History and English COOPER, MELVIN WAYNE, Lockney Zoology, A COSSEY, THOMAS WILLIAM, Wharton Personnel Management, A2IT, Society for the Advancement of Management, CBA Council COSTILOW, JAN DURANT, Alice Marketing, Texas Union Committees, Round-Up, Texas Union Council, Challenge COSTLOW, ANNELL, Dallas Accounting, BA , Felicia Co-Ordinator, University Chorus COTERA, RITA ANN, Houston Mathematics, Newman Club, Texas Union Committees, Southern Singers, SEA GOTHAM, WILLIAM ROBERT, Marlin Accounting Page 556 - a Camel CLASS OF 1965 CUMMINGS, KAREN LYNN, Dilley Home Economics, Home Economics Club CUNNINGHAM, CAROLYN FRANCES, San Antonio Spanish, AAII, AAA, 2AII, Afl, 1 BK, Phi Beta Kinsolving, Spooks, Fresh- man Council, Texas Union Committees, Cordettes CURLEE, ROWENA RUTH, Sour Lake Home Economics, AV DAEHNE, ALLEN G., JR., Portland Pharmacy, K , Newman Club DAHL, JANET M., Austin Biology, AXS), AAA, KAII, A S Assemblyman, Orange Jackets, Cordettes, " Y " , SEA, Freshman Council DAHMAN, MOHAMED NOAMAN, Saudi Arabia Electrical Engineering DALY, THOMAS BRADEN, Galveston Architecture, Tejas, MI2, TA, I K I , Sphinx, Friars, Cactus Associate Editor, Image Editor, Texas Student Leaders Seminar in Chile, Newman Club, Architecture Assemblyman, Men ' s Glee Club, Round-Up, Texas Union Advisory Board, Outstanding Student DAMRON, JOE RICHARD, Amarillo Psychology, AXA DANIEL, BILLY BASS, Fairfield Pharmacy, KSt, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association DANIEL, BRIT TALLEY, Temple Pre-Medical, ARE DANIELS, GERALD W., JR., Houston Architecture, A M2, T2A, AIA DANYSH, RALPH CHARLES, Karnes City Electrical Engineering, IEEE DARNELL, JAMES ROBERT, JR., San Antonio Architectural Engineering, TBII, XE, SAME, AAAE, Engineering Fellow, Ranger Drill Team, Newman Club DARROW, JANET MARJORIE, Frederick, Md. Plann II, AAII, " Y " , Freshman Council DAUGHTRY, B. CLAYTON, JR., Elgin Mechanical Engineering, ASME, TSPE DAVENPORT, FAIRY ROSALIE, Del Valle English, TA DAVENPORT, JOHN BARKSDALE, Jacksonville Mathematics r n A J DAVID, HELEN LOUISE, Columbus Medical Technology DAVIDSON, MARTA LEE, Winters Elementary Education, KAII DA VIES, JUDITH ANN, Dallas Mathematics, AZ, IIAf), SEA, Student Government Commit- tees, Round-Up DAVIS, ELGIN MAURICE, Austin Mathematics DAVIS, JAMES RICHARD, Midland Accounting DAVIS, JOSEPH LOUIS, Bandera Marketing DAVIS, JUNE WILLIAMS, El Dorado Mathematics, AAA DAVIS, LAURIE, Houston English, and History, Freshman Council, SEA, Student Gov- ernment Committees DAVIS, LINDA JANE, Houston Interior Design, AAIT, AID, Home Economics Club, Round- Up DAVIS, PHILLIP WALTER, Dallas Chemical Engineering, AX2, BTII, AIChE DAVIS, SARA KATHRYN, Fairfield English, AAA, BSU DAVIS, SUSAN FERRIS, Midland English, Mortar Board DAWKINS, DIANTHA DEE, McCamey History DAY, ROBERT ERNEST, San Antonio History DEASON, CHARLES A., JR., Killeen Government, B9II, DE LA GARZA, JOHN JOSEPH, JR., Houston Government, SAX, Daily Texan, YR DELK, MARY JO, Houston Home Economics, AOPI, Panhellenic Council, Bluebonnett Belle Finalist DENEKE, WILLIAM THOMAS, Mount Vernon Government DENMAN, WILLIAM EDWIN, Richmond, Va. Marketing, 2AE, Silver Spurs, T Association, Varsity Baseball DERBES, HAROLD JOSEPH, JR., Corpus Christ! Pharmacy r " Page 557 SENIORS DEROUEN, LOIS DIANE, Galena Park Biology. Spooks, All Campus Advisor, SRD Advisor, Challenge, Freshman Council DEWEES, RONALD H., Austin Management DIERSCHKE, NORMAN JOSEPH, JR., San Angelo Business DIETERT, EVELYN ANN, Comfort Medical Technology DIETRICH, STEVEN DENNIS, Pleasanton Accounting DIETZ, LOUIS EDWIN, Fort Worth Spanish DILDY, WILLIAM DOLPH, Austin Pharmacy DIMMITT, JOHN WESLEY, JR., San Antonio History DI RIENZO, JANET LOUISE, Dallas Spanish and English, Orange Jackets, International Club, AIESEC DOAN, DAVID GLEN, Mineral Wells Mathematics DOCEKAL, WILLIAM LYNN, LaGrange Electrical Engineering, IIKX, TBH, Scabbard and Blade, NROTC. Crow ' s Nest DODD, PHILIP MAX, Baytown Mathematics and Government, SEA, Student Assistant DODSON, DANIEL BALDWIN, San Antonio Mathematics DODSON, MARION LESTER, JR., Jacksboro Micro-Biology, 4 H2, Arts Sciences Council DONEHOO, RICHARD CLARK, Dallas Architectural Engineering, XE, TZA, AAAE DOOLEY, ARTHUR R., JR., Beaumont Chemical Engineering, 2N DOSS, NANCY ETTA, Weatherford Home Economics, Home Economics Club DOTY, W. ALAN, Independence, Mo. Zoology DOUGALL, JANICE, Houston Home Economics, AAA, Home Economics Club, SEA DOWNER, MEREDITH KAY, Stinnett Spanish DOYLE, JAMES ALLEN, Tyler Aero-Space Engineering, AIAA DRAPER, CAROLEN JEANNE, Tyler Spanish-English, AOII, 2AII, Phi Beta Kinsolving, Royal Spirit Committee, Kinsolving Advisor, Challenge, SEA YR, Honor Roll DRUMMOND, CLIF W., Hamlin Pharmacy, K , A SJ, Union Committee, Round-Up, Goodfellow, Assemblyman, Pharmacy Council, Spurs, Friars. DUBE, VICTOR JAMES, McDade Mechanical Engineering, FA, ASME DUBOSE, CLYDETTE, Corsicana English, X, Curtain Club DUKE, GARY LEONARD, Austin Accounting, AK , t HE, BF2, Intramural- DUMAS, JORIS WELBY, Austin Mathematics DUNAVANT, OTIS KEITH, Portland Pharmacy, K , Honor Roll, LPhA DUNCAN, CHARLES ARTHUR, San Angelo Finance, American Finance Association DUNN, ROBERT WESLEY, Waco History and Government DUNNAHOO. JOnlE DOLLAHITE, Austin Elementary Education DUNNING, SUSAN JANE, San Antonio English DUNNING, THOMAS MAYBORN, Dallas Insurance, i)f E, Silver Spurs, Union Advisory Board DURHAM, DAVID REGINALD, Fort Worth Engineering Science, SES, Swimming Team DURRETT, ALICE BETINA, Greenville History and English, SRD Advisor, NCSS DUVAL, JERRY WOODROW, Austin Architecture DUVALL, DAVIS CURTIS, Da llas DieteficV CULBERTSON, CATHRYN 1 Pharmacy, K , Page 558 CLASS OF 1965 DYER, JAMES SIMPSON, Fort Worth Physics, B6H, HS, Silver Spurs, Student Assembly EASLEY, JAN, Corpus Christi English, AAA EASTERWOOD, CHARLES D., Snyder Aero-Space Engineering EASTES, DANIS TRIPP, Mesquite Chemistry, AXZ EDMONDSON, CAROL ANN, Mathis Pharmacy, ZTA, KE, Kinsolving Advisor, Freshman Council, Texas Union Coun- cil, Orientation Advisor, CCUN, Phi Beta Kinsolving EDWARDS, JANE ANNE, Lubbock Secondary Education EDWARDS, RONALD CLINTON, Fort Worth Pharmacy, K , Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association, Pharmacy As- semblyman, Academic Affairs Committee, Silver Spurs, Union Board of Directors EGAN, BRYAN FLANARY, Dallas History, SN, A S Assemblyman, Round-Up, Campus Chest, Royal Spirit Committee, Intramurals Junior Manager EICHNER, MARGARET FRANCES, Houston English, KKF ELIASON, VICTOR ROLLA, Austin Sociology, Social Welfare Club EL KHAZEN, RAGHEB, Djoubeil, Lebanon Mechanical Engineering ELLEDGE, GEORGE JAROME, Corpus Christi Finance, AK ELLIOTT, JANICE ANN, Breckenridge Elementary Education ELLIOTT, JUSTIN MCCOR D, JR., Bellaire Zoology, tJ H, AEA, A t n, Longhorn Christian Fellowship ELLIOTT, LOIS ANN, Houston Spanish-Elementary Education, AHA, Freshman Council, Round-Up, Texas Union Committee ELLIOTT, PAUL TIMOTHY, Burleson Pre-Medical Zoology, Men ' s Glee Club ELLIS, JAMES DANIEL, Harlingen Mathematics, f SK, f H2 ELLISON, CHARLYN, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mathematics, KAH, J Ae, t A0, Challenge, International Com- mission EMORY, LEE EVANGELINE, Austin Zoology, AOII, AEA, YR, Texas Union and Student Govern- ment Committees ENDERLE, CHRISTIE LEE, Houston Elementary Education, Upperclass Advisor, All Campus Ad- visors, SEA, Round-Up ENDERLE, JERI LAVERNE, San Antonio Linguistics, Longhorn Band ENTZMINGER, LINDELL BAKER, Houston Economics, Acacia, YR, Young Americans for Freedom ERICKSON, DAVID ELIAS, Austin Accounting, Ail 1 1 ESPEY, GARY NEIL, Corpus Christi Accounting, AK ETHRIDGE, JAMES HOWARD, Austin Social Studies, National Council of Social Studies, SNEA EVANS, JAMES WILLIAM, McLean, Va. Marketing, AT EVANS, WINSTON L, Fort Worth Architecture, AKE, AIA, Intramurals EWELL, JAMES JOHN, JR., Crosby Physics EWELL, PATRICIA FRICK, Austin Elementary Education FAETCHE, JAMES BRUNO, Wharton Mechanical Engineering, ASME, TSPE FAGAN, WAYNE IRWIN, San Antonio Economics, Economics Club FARRAR, JUDITH, Irving Psychology FASTER, BARBARA LOUISE, Austin Elementary Education, A29, NEA FAULKNER, VICKI, Denton Elementary Education, AXJ2, SEA, ACE FAYKUS, PRESTON THOMAS, Garwood Aero-Space Engineering, AIAA FEHRENKAMP, DIANE, Houston English, AEA FEHRENKAMP, WILLIAM, Hallettsville Electrical Engineerir Page 559 SENIORS FITZPATRICK, MARY KATHRYN, Austin Home Economics, AAA, Student Government Committees FLAKE, MARTHA HELEN, Houston History and English, Freshman Council, YD, Union Committees FLEMING, FORNEY WITHERS, III, Houston Pre-Medical and English FLEMING, JAMES ELMER, III, Lindale Pharmacy, Longhorn Flying Club FLETCHER, GWENDOLYN, JEAN, Garland Elementary Education, r4 B, Texas Union Committees, Texas Union Executive Council, Freshman Council FLINT, GEORGE L., JR., Arlington Plan II, H2 FLOWERS, JOHN GARLAND, Austin English, AT, Freshman Council, International Club, Texas- Chilean Leadership Seminar, MUN, Foreign Student Relations, English Honors Program, Honor Roll FOLLETT, SCOTT CHARLES, Tombstone, Arizona Mathematics, Crow ' s Nest, Texas Cowboys, Round-Up, Scab- bard Blade FONDREN, DORIS G., East Point, Ga. Sociology, International Club FONTANA, CYNTHIA ELLEN, Houston French, HA FORD, PATRICIA ANN, San Antonio Sociology, KA6 FOREMAN, BARBARA SUE, Arlington Psychology and Pre-Medical, Longhorn Band FOREMAN, JUDY HALL, Houston Elementary Education, ZTA FORSTER, ROBERT ARTHUR, III, Beaumont Engineering Science, Q5, TBII, Society of Engineering Science, Honor Roll FOSTER, CAROLE DEE, Houston Mathematics, Upperclass Advisor, All Campus Advisors FOUTS, HENRY, JR., Austin Accounting FOX, LEWIS HOWARD, Austin Studio Art FOX, PATRICIA ANN, Tyler Elementary Education FRAMER, FILLIS CAROL, Galveston Biology-Mathematics, A E, UTSA, SEA FRANCIS, WALTER CLYDE, Paris Uiefe ' fics " ' CULBERTSON, CATHRYN Pharmacy, K , BlantgifAdvi FEISTEL, CLAUDE HERBERT, Austin Electrical Engineering, TBIT, HKX FELDER, FRED EUGENE, JR., Palestine Industrial Management FELDT, MARY NELL, Houston French, and English, riB f , IIA I FENNER, ELNA MAE, Austin Elementary Education, AZ6 FENOGLIO, WILLIAM HENRY, JR., Houston Finance, I rA FENSCH, PAMELA JEAN, Bellaire History, YR, All Campus Advisors FERGUSON, HUGH WILLIAM, Dallas English, KA FERGUSON, JONNY EDWARD, Kilgore Electrical Engineering, IEEE FINCK, PHILLIP JOSEPH, Moline, 111. Marketing FINNELL, CHARLES ADKINS, Holliday History-Government, I KT, A S Assemblyman, Freshman Orientation, Royal Spirit Committee, Student Government Committee, Interfraternity Council, Sing-Song, Freshman Council FISCH, CAROLE SUE, Crowell French, ZTA, BK FISHER, MYRA HELENE, Rosenberg Marketing, SAT, Freshman Council, Orange Jackets, Mortar Board, Panhellenic Council, Round-Up, VC, Sing-Song FISHER, RODNEY LEE, Sudan Accounting, BA , Longhorn Singers, Texas Union and Student Government Committees, Round-Up, Intramurals, Honor Roll FISHER, WILLIAM COMSTOCK, IV., Houston Finance, J rA, American Finance Association, Insurance Society FITTS, DIANE KATHLEEN, Midland Micro-Biology, AAIT, Texas Union Board, Cap Gown, Spooks, Mortar Board FITZHUGH, CHITA, San Antonio Elementary Education, Madison House Advisor, All Campus Advisors, SEA FITZPATRICK, JOHN BURNETT, Marshall Architecture fct 4TJ I Page 560 CLASS OF 1965 FRANKE, MARVIN GENE, Abilene Mathematics FRANKLAND, ANDY EDWIN, Anahuac Accounting FRAZIER, WILLIAM SUMPTER, Waco Pharmacy, K , Longhorn Pharmaceutical Society FREE, DAVID ROBERT, Alvin Accounting, American Finance Association, Honor Roll FREEMAN, DAVID R., Corpus Christi Biology FREEMAN, FREDERICK DUDLEY, Lufkin Mechanical Engineering, Symphonic Band FREEMAN, JERRY TOM, Wichita Falls History, YR FRENCH, SAM VERNON, McGregor Mathematics FRUECHTENICHT, STEPHEN GARY, Dallas Transportation, OS, ANA FRY, LEE WILLIAM, Houston Chemistry FUHRMANN, CARL T., JR., San Antonio Psychology, I A0 FULMER, GERRY LOUIS, Childress Electrical Engineering FUNK, RICHARD NEIL, Austin Music Education, MA, KK , Longhorn Band, Freshman Advisor, Sym- phonic Band, Varsity Band GADDIS, DIXIE ANN, Cotulla Psychology, ArA GALLOWAY, JAMES RANDALL, Houston Pharmacy, K4% PX GALLOWAY, NANCY SUE, Wharton English and Latin, Inter Co-Op Council, Southern Singers, Thea- dorne Co-Ordinator GAMMILL, GLEN MILES, Corpus Christi Actuarial Science, -MIS, BT2, Honor Roll GANC, BETTY DRAPER, Corpus Christi Home Economics Education, Home Economics Club GANDER, JEAN MARILYN, San Antonio Elementary Education, SEA GANNAWAY, VIRGINIA ANN, San Antonio Biology, SEA, AIChE, Wesley Foundation GANT, DANA GAYLEN, Fort Worth History and English, ZTA, Ashbel Literary Society, YD GARCIA, GLORIA ELIDA, San Antonio French, Alliance Francaise, YD, Russian Club, New- man Club GARCIA-SERVIN, JULIO CESAR, Puebla, Mexico Mathematics GARNER, JAMES REYNOLDS, Houston Electrical Engineering, IEEE, A Cappella Choir GARRETT, MARY ANN, Waco Elementary Education GARTNER, ROBERT LOUIS, Corpus Christi Mechanical Engineering, Crow ' s Nest, Buccaneer Drill Team, UTSA, Scabbard Blade, NROTC, Intramurals GAUNTT, JAMES LLOYD, Temple Pharmacy, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association GENTRY, WILDA LEE, Killeen Mathematics, Freshman Council, Texas Union Committee, Upper- class Advisor GIDDENS, PAUL JOSEPH, Shaker Heights, Ohio Finance, AX, Interfraternity Council, AFROTC GILBERT, LEANNE RHEINES, Austin Elementary Education, AZ, Student Government Commit- tees GILBERT, LINDA KAY, Corpus Christi Element ary Education, r l B GILLETTE, WALTER BRUCE, Lake Jackson Electrical Engineering, TBII, 2FT, K f , Engineering Fellow, AIAA GLADSON, JAMES FRANKLIN, JR., San Antonio Marketing, A ! n, Pershing Rifles, Praetorian Guard, American Marketing Association, AROTC GLAESER, ROBERT A., Austin Aero-Space Engineering, AIAA GLEASON, MARY ANN, Dallas Marketing, KKT, Angel Flight, Freshman Council, Student Goverment Committees GLIDDEN, JUDITH DIANE, Houston Elementary Education GLIER, DEANNE R. Elementary Educatioi Page 561 SENIORS GODFREY, ANN LUCKETT, Spur English GOLD, BARY ALLAN, Houston Engineering, Society of Engineering Science GOLDMAN, TIMOTHY RAY, Temple Mechanical Engineering, ASME GOODWIN, SUSANN, Nederland Accounting-Economics, ASA, Student Government and Texas Union Committees, Freshman Council, CCUN GONZALES, LAZARUS, JR., San Antonio Aero-Space Engineering GONZALEZ, YOLANDA JOAN, San Antonio Mathematics GOSLIN, DORIS NELL, Austin Music Education, TBS, Longhorn Band GOULD, MALLOY CHESTER, LaMarque Speech, University Debate Squad, Newman Club GRACE, MARILU, Wichita Falls Art, Art Students Association GRADEL, ANDREA RUTH, San Antonio Sociology, AZ GRABBER, HARVEY ALLEN, Houston GRAHAM, HERBERT EDWARD, Houston Marketing, I rA, Intramurals GRAHAM, SHEILA MITCHELL HIMES, Pennington, NJ. History, UTSA GRANGER, ROBERT EUGENE, Austin Sociology GRANJA, IVAN, Rio Gamba, Ecuador Petroleum Engineering, Newman Club GRANT, U. S., JR., San Antonio Mathematics GRAUKE, CLYDE ERWIN, Hubbard Psychology GRAVES, MICHAEL G, Dallas Chemistry, H2, AEA, 1 BK GRAY, BILLIE MAE, Perryton Art Education GRAY, MICHAEL J., Orange Government, 4 2A, Silver Spurs, T Association, Varsity Track, Challenge GRAYDON, GEOFFREY GALT, Austin Marketing, J K GREEN, WILLIAM W., Amarillo Marketing. AT, American Marketing Association, YR GREENBERG, MICHAEL ELLIS, Texarkana Government. f Kft GREENFIELD, ELIZABETH ROSE, Houston Business Education, AE , BBA, Orange Jackets, Spooks, Cor- dettes, Kinsolving Advisor. SEA GREENHILL, JOE ROBERT, JR., Austin Business, f A6 GREENWOOD, DEAN MARSHALL, Austin Accounting, rA, ROTC, Scabbard Blade, Intramurals GREER, JERRY LYNN, Houston Journalism GRESHAM, BARBARA ANN, Baytown History, Ar, SRD Advisor, Challenge, Campus Chest, Bluebonnet Belle Finalist, Goodfellow, Freshman Council GRIFFIN, JAMES MICHAEL, Houston Government, Acacia GRIFFIN, JERRY BRUCE, Austin Insurance, Insurance Society GRIFFIN, JOHN EDWARD, Austin Civil Engineering, YR GRIFFIN, JOHN WADE, Pasadena Aero-Space Engineering, AIAA GRIFFIN, LAWRENCE L, JR., Austin Chemistry, t 2K GRIFFIN, SUSAN GAIL, Gonzales Social Studies GRIFFITH, MARY TEDFORD, Austin History, AXfi, Cap Gown, Student Government Commit- tees, Orange Jackets, Spooks, Goodfellow, Assemblyman, Operation Brain Power, Outstanding Student GRIMLAND, DAVID DUNAGAN, Edna English, KK , Tejas, Longhorn Band GROSS, WILLIAM DUDLEY, Austin Fnolish. AAA CULBERTSON, CATHRYN Pharmacy, K , Blanti Advi Page 562 CLASS OF 1965 GROSSBERG, PEPI STERN, Austin Zoology, AE GUARINO, M. VINCENT, Austin Radio-Television, AEP, KLRN TV, KUT-FM GUMMELT, CAROL ELAINE, Austin Biology, BSU GUNN, JUDITH ANN, Houston Elementary Education, Upperclass Advisor, SCOPE GUNN, ROBERT HAROLD, Hamilton Pharmacy, t AX, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association, Pharmacy Council GUNTER, DONNIS RAY, Corsicana Accounting GUTIERREZ, CAMILO, Bogota, Colombia Chemical Engineering, AIChE, TBII, JJXE GUYNES, STEVEN JOE, Grand Prairie Art, K , Varsity Track GUYNES, TWILA ELIZABETH, Borger Mathematics-Russian, A S Council GUYTON, BERL PAUL, Llano Electrical Engineering, H2, HKN, TBII HAASE, VIRGINIA ISABELLE, Nixon Elementary Education, A J , SEA, Freshman Council HACKABEIL, E. L, JR., Rutersville Pre-Dental, Intramurals HAECKER, ARNO VANA, San Antonio Marketing, Newman Club, YD, ISA HAGAN, KATHY ELAINE, Houston Home Economics, Home Economics Club HAJOVSKY, BARBARA HARRY, Freeport English, Newman Club, Intramurals HALL, JANETTE, Kaufman Elementary Education, AI YR HALL, JOSEPH HALEY, Wharton Pharmacy, K , Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association V HALL, RANDOLPH LEE, JR., Sun Antoni.. Mathematics, 211 HALL, RICHARD STEPHEN, Houston Architecture, Newman Club HALLAM, HOWARD PRESSLEY, Dallas Plan II, Pre-Law, 1 AB HALLMARK, DON, Breckenridja- Pharmacy, K , PX, LPhA HAMILTON, MARY VIRGINIA, Palestine English, Daily Texan HAMLETT, EDWARD PHILIP, Corpus Christi Mathematics HAMMER, ROBERT MICHAEL, Austin Psychology, X, Psychology Honors Program HAMMONS, LORETTA LYNN, Houston Special Education, SEA, Home Economics Club, Interna- tional Club, Canterbury Association, Round-Up, Cap Gown, Geological Society HANDER, DIANNE, LaManiue Interior Design, AAH, AID, Home Economics Club HANDLEY, JOHN MITCHELL, Fort Worth History, AROTC, Distinguished Military Student, YD HANLEY, JOSEPH I)., Dallas History, t KO HANNA, DARYL KIRK, Houston History, YR, Intramurals, Young Americans for Freedom HANNEY, PATRICIA duMERIL, Seguin Elementary Education, BSU, Pearce Co-ordinator HANSARD, JAMES BRUCE, Corpus Christi Pharmacy, 2X, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association HANSEN, KRISTINN INGI, Austin Mathematics, AT HANSEN, RICHARD NORTON, Laredo History, IIKA HANSON, BRIAN PEVTON, Rantoul, 111. Chemical Engineering, KA HARMON, JERRY H., Childrcss Finance, A2IT, Real Estate Club, American Finance Associa- tion HARMS, TERRY RAE, San Antonio History HARRIS, DUDLEY HARWELL, Austin Zoology Pre-Medical Page 563 SENIORS HARRIS, JOSEPH WILMON, San Antonio Marketing, RBTI HARRIS, ROBERT MARK, JR., Austin Accounting, AXA, KA HARRISON, WILLIAM CLYDE, Dallas Aero-Space Engineering, I KT, AIAA, YR HARRQD, JOSEPHINE FRANCE, Corpus Christi History and English, Newman Club HARTLEY, SUZANNE, Pharr Elementary Education, AAIT, SEA, NEA HARTMAN, DARLA JEAN, Corpus Christi Architecture, r f B, ATA HASKETT, FLOYD ARTHUR, Katy Civil Engineering HATFIELD, NORMAN PERRY, JR., San Antonio Architecture, AIA HATTAN, ROBERT LELAND, San Antonio Chemical Engineering. Scabbard Blade, AIChE HAWKINS, BONNIE BLANKENSHIP, Mexia Spanish. AHA, Longhorn Band. Texas Union Committees HAYDEN, CHARLES EDWARD, Corsicana Secondary Education HAYDEN, DALE ROBERT, Medina. Ohio Electrical Engineering, Crow ' s Nest, IEEE, NROTC HAYNES, JIM TOM, Lubbock Latin American Studies, UK A, Texas Student Leaders Seminar in Chile Honor Roll HAYS, SANDRA, Dallas Home Economics, AT, Spooks, Orange Jackets, Goodfellow, Freshman Council. Ten Most Beautiful, Election Commission HAZER, KALEEM, JR., San Antonio Mathematics HEAD, JIMMY L, Houston Electrical Engineering, IEEE HEARNE, LINDA ARMSTRONG, Dallas Elementary Education, AT 1 , NEA, ACE HEARNE, RICHARD BAILEY, Dallas Management, KA, Society for the Advancement of Management HERBERT, CYNTHIA ANN, Houston Home Economics, ZTA HEDDINS, MARY CAROLYN, San Angelo Art HEINS, TIMOTHY DRATH, Dallas Sociology, AT HEINTSCHEL, WAYNE LAMAR, Wharton Electrical Engineering, TBII, 1IKX, IEEE HELGESON, WILLIAM THEODORE, Brazoria Electrical Engineering HELPINSTILL, JAMES GORDON, Freeport Chemical Engineering, AXi). TBII, S2XE, AIChE HENDERSON, MICHAEL W., Houston Marketing, A II, YR, American Marketing Association. 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ASA, Art Students Association HIBLER, LARRY DUFF, Austin Civil Engineering, Intramurals, ASCE HICKS, ARTHUR SYLVAN, San Antonio Insurance, Newman Club, YR, Insurance Society HIERONYMOUS, GEORGE JAMES, JR., Dickinson General Business, BHII Page 564 CLASS OF 1965 HILL, BEVERLY GAIL, Shcppard AFB German, AAA, IliM , A t A, ' I ' HK, Mortar Board, Orange Jackets-, Upperclass Advisor, Junior Fellows, Unicn Advisory Board HILL, HENRY HORACE, McGregor Sociology, Acacia HILL, JAMES A., Austin Engineering Science, X HILL, MARY FRANCES, San Antonio Zoology, I BK, Southern Singers, All Campus Advisors, Scottish Scholars HILL, ROBERT LEON, Austin Journalism HILL, WALTER DAVID, Austin History and Geography, SEA HILSHER, ROBERT LEE, Austin General Business, X I , Czech Club HINOJOSA, NYDIA ESTELA, Brownsville English HITCHCOCK, JOHN WILLIAM, Houston Accounting, HA , NROTC, Scabbard Blade HIXON, RICHARD EMMETT, Bellaire Chemical Engineering, AIChE HOBBS, DAVID MORRIS, San Antonio Government HOCKER, EDWIN JAMES, JR., Pflugerville Electrical Engineering, IEEE HODGES, TONY LEE, Amarillo History HOLBROOK, MARION DIANE, Dallas Psychology, Ar, Freshman Council, Panhellenic Counc il, Orange Jackets, Angel Flight, Bluebonnet Belle, Goodfellow HOLBROOK, STEVE McGUIRE, San Antonio Marketing, AA2, Insurance Society, American Marketing Association HOLLINGSWORTH, JEAN IVY, Port Arthur Elementary Education, AXS2, Upperclass Advisor, Freshman Orienta- tion HOLMAN, SUSAN JANE, Tulsa, Okla. 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Elementary Education, KKr, NROTC Sweetheart, NEA, YR HOOKER, DAVID PAUL, Dallas Physics, AXA HOPPER, JO ANN, Austin Elementary Education HORNER, CLYDE MICHAEL, Austin Accounting HORST, BENJAMIN JACOB, Wichita Falls Philosophy, TA HOUSE, CAROLYN KAY, Three Rivers English and History, AZ, SEA HOUSTON, HOWARD E., Austin Personnel Management, ITr, Society for the Advancement of Management HOWARD, COY V., Austin Architecture, Image HOWARD, KARAL KAY, Houston Interior Design, ON, AID HOWELL, BILLY D., Austin Physical Education, K2K, Varsity Baseball, T Association HOWELL, GARY FRANK, Houston Zoology HOWELL, SUE COLGIN, Bryari History, IIB HUBBARD, DONNA SUZANNE, Austin Office Administration, BBA HUBBELL, JAMES THOMAS, Austin Accounting HUDGENS, SHERRI ANNE, Corsicana Spanish HUDiNALL, STEPHEN PATRICK, Baytown Chemical Engineering, ATO HUFFAKER, JUDY LYNN, Greenville English, Al ' , Angel Flight, Freshman Council HUGHES, CAROLINE SUSAN, Dallas Elementary Education, AHA, Challenge, Texas Union Com- mittees, Orange Jackets HUGHES, HERBERT SCOTT, Brenham Latin American Studies, Longhorn Singers, Men ' s Glee Club, International Club, Round-Up, Canterbury dub Page 56o SENIORS HUGO, KATHRYN ALICE, Dilley Elementary and Speech Education, Kinsolving Advisor, University Chorus SEA HULME, RUTH DEASON, Austin Drama Education HUNT, EUGENE LEWIS, Dallas Economics, AT, Freshman Council HUNT, GARY LYNN, Thibodaux, La. 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History, 2X HUSTON, ROBERT JAMES, Richardson Mathematics, Silver Spurs, Newman Club, Catholic Student Center HUTKA, STANLEY CHARLES, Corpus Christi Philosophy, f H2, Texas Union Committees HYMAN, JOAN PHYLLIS, San Antonio AE4-, 2AII, Challenge, SEA, Student Government Committees, " Y " , Goodfellow, Orange Jackets, Spooks IGO, JANET COLLIER, Plainview English, r B, YR IKARD, FRANK NEVILLE, JR., Wichita Falls History, B HI IMLE, ELIZABETH, El Paso Speech Therapy, 2AII, Wesley Foundation IMPARATO, EDWARD THOMAS, JR., Denison Radio-Television, KK , AEP, Arnold Air Society, Scabbard Blade, Longhorn Band INMAN, WILFORD, LEE, Amariilo Architectural Engineering, AAAE IRELAND, HANSON KELLY, HI, Midland Transportation, KA, ANA, Society for the Advancement of Management ISBELL, ROBERT REID, Austin Composite in Sciences ISENHOWER, WANDA JEANNE, Clifton Home Economics ISMAIL, BAKR ALL Jeddh, Saudi Arabia Petroleum Engineering ISRAEL, STEVEN ROSS, Dallas Journalism, Daily Texan, Hillel Foundation IZARD, ELIZABETH JANE, Dallas History and English, SEA JACKSON, GLENN STEVENS, Austin Mathematics JACKSON, MARY ANN, Houston English JACKSON, THOMAS HAROLD, Angleton Accounting JAHN, WILLIAM RAY, Houston Chemistry, AX JAMISON, JUDITH, Houston Spanish and French, AAA, ZAII, ITA , i BK, Upperclass Ad- visor JAMISON, NANCY, Seguin Elementary Deaf Education, KAB, SAII JANTZ, DOUGLAS HAROLD, Houston Chemical Engineering, AIChE JARRARD, JOHN DAVID, Waco Architecture, AIA, ICC, Royal Co-Op JARRATT, JOHN MARSHALL, Tuscon, Ariz. Mathematics, Crow ' s Nest, Scabbard Blade, Intramural, Round- Up, NROTC JEANE, CHARLES DONALD, Houston Mathematics, II KA, A Cappella Choir JERKOFSKY, MARY ANN, Corpus Christi Zoology JESSUP, MARGARET ANN, Dallas French and English, IIA I , Operation Brainpower JOHNSON, ALAN KEITH, Sierra Vista, Ariz. Mathematics, WIE, NROTC, Scabbard Blade JOHNSON, CASSIA HODGES, Ganado Physics JOHNSON, JAMES RAYMOND, Aspermont Pharmacy, " tAX, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association JOHNSON, REBECCA J., Austin Elementary Education, SEA, NEA JONES, ARLETTE IRAS, Houston Elementary Education, AKA, YD, " Y " JONES, BAILEY RHEA, Sweeny Plan II, AX2 Page 566 CLASS OF 1965 JONES, BARBARA ANN, Tacoma, Wash. Sociology, Upper-class Advisor, Texas Union Committee, Society for the Advancement of Management, " Y " JONES, CARL MARVIN, Austin History JONES, CAROL KAY, Houston Speech and English, SEA, Freshman Council, Royal Spirit Committee JONES, DONALD LEE, Fort Worth Pre-Law, Tejas JONES, JAN, Fort Worth Latin American Studies, -AH, Latin American Discussion Group, " Y " JONES, LINDA KAY, Austin English JONES, MARGARET ANNE, Dallas English, AAA, Freshman Orientation, Kinsolving Advisor, Ashbel Lit- erary Society JONES, MONA LISA, Corpus Christi English, AFA JORDAN, JERRY MAX, Austin Mechanical Engineering, ASME, TSPE JORDAN, RICHARD LARRY, Austin Government, B9IT, Freshman Council, Challenge, International Club, Czech Club, YR JOSEY, SUSAN FOWLER, Houston English, IIB4 , Freshman Council, Round-Up, Student Government and Texas Union Committees, Angel Flight JUNCKER, LEONARD NELSON, Beaumont Accounting, 2X, BA , BFZ JUREK, PATRICIA ANN, Pasadena Elementary Education, Czech Club, Honor Roll JURGENS, DALE HOWARD, Dallas History, Honor Roll, Longhorn Singers, Men ' s Glee Club, Freshman Council KADJAR, BENNIE GRAY, Baytown Home Economics, ASA, Home Economics Club, CBA Wives Club KADJAR, DAVID MIRZA, Baytown Finance, American Finance Association, YR, Christian Science Organization KALMANS, MONTE SUE, Houston Fashion Design, AE 1 , Texas Union Committees KAMRATH, J AMES ROBERT, Houston Electrical Engineering, TBII, IIKN, i H2, A n, Tejas Club, En- gineering Fellow KANE, STEVE DON, San Antonio Economics, 63, Freshman Council, Student Government Com- mittee, Economics Club, CBA Council, " Y " , Royal Spirit Committee, Daily Texan KANTER, L. ERICK, New Elm Government, Daily Texan, AX KAPLAN, RITA, Houston Business Education, A f-E, BBA, SEA, NBEA KARRH, BILLY R., Lufkin Civil Engineering, Tejas, ASCE KATAMI, ABDEL RAHMAN, Mecca, Saudi Arabia Civil Engineering, OAS, ASCE KAVOUSSI, ROSTAM M., Yazd, Iran Mechanical Engineering, TBII, IITi;, Engineering Fellow KAY, ELIZABETH ANNE, Nederland Elementary Education, SEA KBOUDI, JOSEPH, San Antonio History, TA i KEATING, JOHN EDWARD, Port Neches Economics, I KO KEATON, JAMES ALLEN, Temple Accounting, A2II KELLOGG, ARTHUR, JUSTUS, Cedar Hill Mechanical Engineering, ASME KELTON, E. CAMILLE, Casper, Wyo. English KELTY, DIANE CHLOE, San Antonio Medical Technology, AZ, A J T, University Chorus KENDRICK, JOHN BURTON, Denton Advertising, AXA, AAZ, Ranger, Daily Texan, Amer- ican Marketing Association KENDRICK, MARY LEE, Raymondville Marketing, A I , Cresents Club, American Marketing Association, Freshman Council, UTSA KENNEDY, LARRY JOE, Austin Government, Tejas, Round-Up KENNEDY, MAURICE GRAVES, Freeport Aero-Space Engineering, AIAA, TSPE KENNEDY, SHARON, Galveston Elementary Education, A t , Newman Club KENT, ROBERTA, Austin Mathematics, ZTA, Ashbel Literary Society- Page 567 SENIORS KERR, JAMES H., Houston Finance, ' Mx , American Association, Intramurals KEY, CHARLES THOMAS, Miami, Fla. Electrical Engineering KEY, KAREN SUZANNE, Dallas Pharmacy KIDWELL, NEIL FRANKLIN, Mineral Wells Accounting KILGORE, JOHN MICHAEL. 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Wle Candid UN Cene U Hi 1 I U XII Arckite Fljiif LAB! fa M LA Mi I 1 KLEMMEDSON, RICHARD GUNNER, Fort Worth Electrical Engineering, DSF, IEEE KLEREKOPER, MARTHA JANE, Houston English-Journalism, r J B, Texas Union Committees KOCH, NANCY LOU, Houston Elementary Education, A4 KOLIUS, CATHERINE ANNE, Houston Costume Design, X12, Texas Union Committee, Freshman Council KNERR, DONNA LYNN, Houston History and Government, SEA KNOX, ORION, JR., San Antonio Architecture, National Speleological Society KOEHL, STEPHEN WAYNE, San Antonio Finance, American Finance Association KO HNERT, DONNA JEANNINE, Houston Home Economics, Freshman Council, Texas Union Commit- tees KOSS, VALENE JOYCE, Columbus Clothing-Textiles, Upperclass Advisor, Newman Club KOTT, ALFRED TYRRELL, San Antonio Chemical Engineering, SJX3, TBII, AIChE, Round-Up KOTT, GARY LYNN, Bellaire Chemical Engineering, AX2, AIChE, TSPE KOVAC, KARL BERNARD, Corpus Christi Industrial Management, ZIE KOWEN, KENNETH EARL, Lake Jackson History KRAMER, KATHERINE ANNE, Houston Secondary Education, AXH, AAA, KAII, Kinsolving Advisor KREJCI, DOROTHY MAE, Baytown Finance, American Finance Association KRUEGER, NELVA LEE, Victoria Social Welfare, Lutheran Student Association, " Y " , Tower Manor Advisor KUBIAK, ELIZABETH JEAN, Rockdale German and English, KAII, Newman Club, SEA, Newman Hall Advisor KUBICEK, ADOLPH JOHN, Granger Chemical Engineering, AIChE KUCK, PAMALA KAY, Odessa English, YR KULCHAK, MARY KATHRYN, Alice American Studies, Women ' s Co-ordinator ' s Council, In- ter Co-operative Council, Mortar Board, Orange Jackets, MUN, Freshman Cnumil. Newman Club, Maijorie Dare- lirk Award, Outstanding Student mm t i Page 568 CLASS OF 1965 LABABIDI, MAAN F., Beirut, Lebanon Civil Engineering, TBII LA GRONE, SUZANNE, Dallas Elementary Education, NEA LAIRD, JOHN THOMAS, Austin Mathematics LAIRD, LAURA SEGO, Austin Elementary Education LAMBERT, JOSEPH DONALD, Texas City Chemistry LAMM, MARTHA LOUISE, Krum Government, AZ, Panhellenic Council, Freshman Council, MUN, Student Government, Challenge, " Y " LANDERS, MEL CHARLES, Abilene Physics and Mathematics, Symphony Orchestra, ROTC, Texas Union Committee, International Club, YD LANE, ARTIE SUE, San Antonio History, A f , Freshman Council, Royal Spirit, Texas Union Committee, Crescents LANGDON, GEORGE TUCKER, JR., Port Arthur Architecture, T2A Tejas, Sphinx, AIA, Student Assembly, Architecture Council, Goodfellow, Honor Roll, Freshman Council, Outstanding Student LANGHAM, ROBERT STEPHEN, Freeport General Business, Semper Fidelis Society LANGLEY, LARRY WILSON, San Marcos History and Government, ATA LANGLEY, WILLIAM EUGENE, Pampa Electrical Engineering, IEEE LA NIER, ROYCE EUGENE, Dallas Architecture, Freshman Council, Men ' s Glee Club, Sphinx, AIA, Lonehorn Flying Club, Image, BSU LARSON, BEVERLY JAN, Seymour Micro-Biology, AXJ2, AAA, A I T, Orientation Advisor, Student Government, Freshman Council LATHAM, JAMES ROBERT, II, San Antonio Mathematics, H2, NROTC, Longhorn Band LAUGHLIN, CHARLES CURTIS, Eagle Lake Zoology LAUZON, RUTH ANN, Angleton Elementary Education LAWHON, JERRY WAYNE, Baytown Pharmacy, K LAWSON, SAMUEL ROBBINS, Houston Psychology, J KI ' LAWTON, FRED WIDNEY, Freeport Mechanical Engineering, ASME LAY, JOHNNIE REED, Lockhart Mechanical Engineering, A J n, ASME, TSPE LAY, MARGARET JEAN, Fort Worth Elementary Education, KAII LAZO, ARTHUR R., Fort Worth Architecture LEAL, MANUEL, Bogota, Colombia Mechanical Engineering LEATHERBURY, JOHN RAYMOND, JR. 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Finance, AS IT, Scabbard and Blade, American Finance As- sociation, NROTC LYNCH, CHARLES RAY, Austin Chemical Engineering, AIChE LYNN, HENRY C, JR., Temple Physics MA, JOSEPH CHING CHUNG, Hong Kong General Business, Chinese Student Association, Marketing As- sociation MABRY, ROBERT SMITH, San Antonio Architecture, OS, T2A, Sphinx, AIA, Men ' s Glee Club MACHA, HELEN MARIE, Bomarton History, Newman Club MACKIE, FREDERICK JAMES, I II, Houston Accounting, K MACQUIGC, ROBERT ABBOTT, Dallas Plan II MADDEN, GEORGE DENNIS, Belton Mechanical Engineering, ASME, ASM, TSPE, Engineering Coun- cil MADDOX, LULA BELLE, Palacios Interior Design, KAH, Freshman Council, Texas Union Com- mittee, AID MADISON, CINDERELLA ANN, Houston French MAGEE, JAN MARGARET, San Antonio Elementary Education, Freshman Council, University Chorus, SEA MAHURIN, JULIA LEONA, Kilgore Psychology MALAN, GREGORY FRANKLIN, Corpus Christ! Engineering Science, Society of Engineering Science MALCOM, PATRICIA WILES, Austin Biology, At , AftA, Phi Beta Kinsolving MALCOM. WILLIAM CHARLES, Austin Electrical Engineering, IEEE MALIK, JUDITH ANN, Austin Accounting, Newman Club MALLETT, THOMAS C., Austin General Busines Society for the Advancement of Page 570 . ' rnifFtllw CLASS OF 1965 MALONE, H. E., Tyler Insurance MANESS, DALE DWAYNE, San Antonio Pharmacy, PX, Longhorn Pharmaceutical Association MANFERD, ELLIOTT, Houston Statistics, American Statistical Association MANKIN, THOMAS CLIFFORD, Bonham Accounting, 3 K , BA , Varsity Football, T Association MANN. BOBBY JOE, Mineral Wells Management, Society for the Advancement of Management, Texas Union Committee, Pre-Law Association MANN, HOWELL WESLEY, Pasadena Aero-Space Engineering, TBII, ZIT, K I , AIAA, Engineering Fellow MANN, MARY GLEITH, Wills Point Elementary Education MANSO, GILBERT, Havana, Cuba Pre-Medical MANUEL, LORETTA R., Goldthwaite Spanish MAPES, GWEN ELLEN, Fort Worth Spanish, 2AII, International Club MARCHANT, ERNESTINE ELLEN, Mercedes Physical Education, PE Club, Intramurals, UTSA MARCUS, MAURICE, San Antonio Finance ' , O2A, Silver Spurs, Campus Chest, Union Board, CBA Assemblyman MAREK, SANDRA ANN, Waco Elementary Education and Speech Therapy, 2AII, Upperclass Advisor MARKEWICH, GARY STEVEN, Houston Zoology, AE ! MARKLEY, HARRIS KEITrL Refugio History MARSH, JOHN DOUGLAS, Grand Saline English MARSHALL, ALICE ANN, Austin Mathematics, Challenge, " Y " , Mortar Board, Orange Jackets, Good- fellow, WSF, Outstanding Student P -. 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KAY, McCamey Elementary Education. SEA. Texas Union Committee WINGATE, JOYCE MARIE, San Antonio History, Southern Singers, SRD Advisor WITTIG, SANDRA JUNE, Austin History, AFA WOEHRMANN, GARY WADE, Austin Aero-Space Engineering WOLBE, ELLIS, GILBERT, Atlanta, Ga. Finance, SAM, Real Estate Institute, Insurance Society WOMACK, CHARLES COWAN, JR., Houston Insurance, ZN, Longhorn Singers WOMACK, RONALD EDWARD, Texarkana Aero-Space Engineering, TBII, AIAA WOOD, ELIZABETH ANN, Dallas Elementary Education, Ar, Littlefield Advisor, Orientation Ad- visor, Challenge, Freshman Council WOOD, LARRY MARTIN, Richards Journalism, AAZ, AK WOOD, PATRICIA W., Fort Worth Anthropology, Anthropology Club, Geological Society WOODRICK, JAMES VICTOR, Bellville Chemical Engineering, AIChE, Engineering Council WOOTEN, III, JAMES HARBERT, Columbus History, ATA WRIGHT, GEORGE BURDETT, JR., Waco Electrical Engineering, AFROTC, IEEE, Arnold Air Society WRIGHT, JUDITH ISABEL, Houston Mathematics, AOII, AAA, Upperclass Advisor, Spooks WRIGHT, NANCY SUZANNE, Omaha History, YD WRIGHT, WILLIAM EDWARD, Houston Accounting, ATA, Accounting Society WROBLESKI, REGIS JEROME, Texas City Zoology, Freshman Baseball WYNN, JUDITH GAE, Austin Office Administration, Ar, Southern Singers, Union Committee, Society for the Advancement of Management YOUNG, GLENDA SUE, Rqckdale Home Economics, ON, Home Economics Club, SEA YOUNGMAN, NICKI ANN, Corpus Christi Nutrition ZEY, GEORGE WYATT, Mission Zoology, ZII ZIMMERMAN, FRED, III, Floydada Finance, KZ, American Finance Association ZUNKER, LANE ARVID, Seguin Civil Engineering Page 586 .-: " S JUNIORS Page 587 JUNIORS Abel, Harriett Lynn, Austin Abel, Philip Carol, Borger Abel, Robert George, Austin Acker, Leslie Clark, Post Adams, John Lewis, Overton Adams, John William, Laird Hill Adams, M. Karen. Dallas Adams, Otis E., Midland Alexander, Gerald Wayne, Big Spring Alexander, Maria Lee, Dallas Alexander, Rebekah Sterling, Fort Worth Allen, John Young, Jr., Houston Allison, Robert Elton, Jr., Woodville Anderson, Richard Leslie, Baytown Anderson, Robert Edwin, Austin Andrews, Alexis Kay, Midland Andrews, Michael Allen, Fort Worth Andron, Leo Alexander, Longview Angell, Kim May, Dallas Archer, Jane Elizabeth, Longview Arcos, Cresencio, San Antonio Arms, Henry Lee, San Antonio Armstrong, Fred Robert, Victoria Arnold, Betsy, Houston Arquello, Joe, San Antonio Arsuaga, Joe Charles, Corpus Christ! Arthur, John Joseph, Pampa Ashberry, Donald L., Kilgore Athey, Patricia Ann, Austin Atkinson, Gardner Davis, San Antonio Aubin, George John, Stockdale Ayers, Louis M., Houston Bachman, Elizabeth May, Beaumont Badgley, Carol Ann, Baytown Bagby, William McFarland, Austin Bailey, Robert Eugene, Cisco Baker, Gilbert Lowell, Dallas Baker, Jack Lawson, Crosby Baker, Laura Ann, Tolar Baker, Willard Robert, Amarillo Ballard, Mark Evan, Hearne Barbour, Carroll S., Cotulla Barfield, Milton Charles, Houston Barkett, Sam Charles, El Paso Barnett, Jerry Leland, Dallas Barnum, Darold T., Odessa Barr, Richard Dennis, Bay City Barrios, Gregory, jr., Victoria Bartlett, Craig, Dallas Bartlett, Jerry N., Little Rock, Ark. Bartlett, William Dwight, San Antonio Barton, Donald Dale, Beaumont Barton, J. Brock, Abilene Bass, Laura Jane, San Antonio Baxter, Janell, Weslaco Bayless, Jackson Thomas, Jr., Austin Beach, Walter George, Jr., Houston Beall, April, Austin Beam, Robert James, Odessa Bean, Richard Ellis, Houston Beard, Linda Kay, Rosenburg Bearden, Bobbie Ann, Palestine Beasley, Mary Sharman, Dallas Beatty, Sylvia C., Corpus Christi Beaver, Dorothy N., Victoria Beck, David Drew, Wharton Behne, Sheryl Kay, Austin Behrendt, Douglas D., Ottinn Bell, John Lyn, Longview Bell, Wilfred Chapman, San Antonio Bender, Susan Elise, Dallas , Benson, Eleanor Sky, Austin Benson, James W., Lubbock Bethea, Lona Katherine, Houston Beyer, Chester W., San Antonio Bickerton, Craig Bierman, Houston Bieger -Eugene A., San Antonio Rodney Mac, Odessa Bishop, Sara Lynda, Port Lavaca Bistrezki, Jerome Jay, Corpus Christi Page 588 CLASS OF 1966 Blackwell, William Albert, Cuero Blakney, Richard Douglas, Fort Worth Blandy, Deborah Anne, Austin Blankenship, Robert Norwood, Dallas Bludeau, Adrian Louis, San Antonio Blunk, William David, Austin Blurton, Jerry H., McKinney Bodemuller, Pamela Marie, Nederland Bogart, Vivian Ann, Midlothian Bohn, Carl H., Jr., Houston Boland, Hayden E., San Antonio Bordages, Betty Adele, Houston Borne, Michael Edward, Port Arthur Bolts, Gerald Monroe, San Antonio Bouchier, Joe Tom, Post Bowden, Barry Lynn, San Antonio Bowden, Harry James, Brady Bowles, Dennis J., Longview Bowman, Janet, Denver, Colo. Boyd, Gary Wilson, Austin Boyd, George M., II, Corsicana Bozeman, Paul Preston, III, Groves Bradford, Robert Lee, Sweetwater Bradsher, Jack Ray, Austin Brady, Patrick B., Houston Brantley, Barbara S. E., Dallas Branton, Joseph B., Austin Brightman, Thomas O., Comanche Briseno, Josephine, San Antonio Brookner, Mark J., Beaumont Broughton, Charles Earl, Wharton Brown, Gay, San Antonio Brown, Jimmie Caleb, Anson Brown, John Stanley, Rotan Brown, Linda Diane, Henrietta Bruns, Karen Marie, Kerrville Bryans, Mary Kay, Paris Bryarly, Robert Pressly, Jr., Little Rock, Ark. Buie, Brenda Beverly, Stanford Burge, Albert Newman, III, San Antonio Burk, James Eddy, San Antonio Burkhalter, Robert Nolen, San Antonio Burns, Mary Joan, Amarillo Burson, Theo Lynne, Corpus Christi Busch, Marian Beth, LaGrange Bush, Mildred Kay, San Antonio Butler, Betty L., Wharton Buttles, C. Elsworth, Fayetteville Byrd, Joseph Pitts, IV, Lufkin Byrd, Michael Clark, Boran, Calif. Cady, Wallace Luther, Aransas Pass Caldwell, Richard Darby, Dallas Callahan, Michael James, Orange Cameron, Richard Michael, Houston Camp, Brooks Lamar, Dallas Camp, Roger Edwin, Post Campbell, Wilda Lou, Houston Campsey, Billy Jeff, Fort Worth Canales, Jose Antonio, Corpus Christi Canchola, S. Victor, Corpus Christi Carlson, Peggy L., Houston Carnes, Michael P., Austin Carpenter, Susan Sedell, Farmersville Carr, Frances Mae, Baytown Carruth, David, Dallas Carson, Gary Drake, San Antonio Casanova, Edward, San Antonio Case, Carol Sue, Houston Cavazos, Juan Antonio, Laredo Chadwell, Connie Paige, Junction Chaffee, William Michael, Electra Chaffin, Tommy L., Wharton Chapell, Don Clayton, Dallas Chappell, Virginia Bevin, Dallas Charlton, George Stephen, Austin Chenoweth, Elizabeth Carey, Houston Chernosky, Joe Michael, Dallas Christner, John Drue, Fort Worth Claassen, Janet S., Odessa Clark, John W., Austin Page 589 JUNIORS Clark, Thomas Allison, Brenham Clayton, George Lowell, LaMarque Clayton, Ilene, LaMarque Cleaveland, Kay, Luling Clements, Patricia Jane, Brownwood Clutter, Pat Colbert, Bonham Cobb, Jacque Gay, Dallas Colbert, Anthony Kent, Carrizo Springs Colby, Carol Angela, Austin Cole, Robert C., San Antonio Coleman, Bonnie June, Austin Collier, Richard Robert, Dallas Coneway, Peter Richard, Harlingen Connally, Martha Lyn, Richardson Conner, Lonnie Clark, Eastland Conrad, Robert G., Austin Cook, Walter L., Jr., Atlanta Cooke, Carol Diane, Dallas Corazzi, Frances Gale, Santa Fe, N. Mex. Cornell, Howard Merrill, San Antonio Cornick, Jane Gould, Austin Cothran, Marlin David, Georgetown Cotropia, Joseph P., Hearne Gotten, Jimmy Rex, Lamesa Coursey, Douglas Ernest, Coleman Courteau, Adrienne, Galveslon Courtney, James Forrest, Quitman Covinglon, Renee J., Midland Cowan, James Edward, Jr., Mineral Wells Cowan, Marylea, Dallas Cowarl, John Lawhon, Dallas Cox, Byron Edward, Victoria Craft, John Barton, San Angelo Craggs, Dennis Warren, Lake Jackson Grain, Pamela Forbes, Victoria Crawford, Richard Dennis, Corpus Christi Crawford, Robert M., Mineral Wells Croisant, John K., Austin Cronwall, Anne Kurd, Barringlon, 111. Crosby, Yolande Ruth, Houston Cross, James C., Jr., Fort Worth Crow, Sandra Kay, San Antonio Crow, Sara E., Dallas Crowell, Nancy Rae, Abilene- Crumley, Charles Gene, Paris Culbertson, Clare, San Antonio Culbertson, Ralph, San Antonio Cunningham, Johnnye E., Goliad Cunningham, Judy Marie, Houston Cupaioli, Ian Laurence, -Dallas Currie, Susanna, Mart Dahlstrom, Joe Frank, Edna Dalley, Kenneth, Elgin Daniel, Linda Marie, Abilene Darwin, Shirley LaVonne, Midland Davenport, Richard Steele, San Antonio Davis, Benjamin Lee, Galveston Davis, Beverly Dale, San Antonio Davis, Dorothy Dunn, Houston Davis, Jim Joe, Luling Davis, John H., Killeen Davis, Judith Dianne, McAllen Davis, Louise Adelle, Bryan Davis, Luther Edward, Woodville Davis, Susan, Houston Dawson, Melinda June, Amarillo Dean, John Howard, San Antonio Dean, Marilynn Sue, Houston Deans, James E., Houston Deen, James I!., Dallas De La Garza, Carlos A., San Antonio de la Garza, Luis, Mission Dennis, Jerry T., Houston Denton, Judith Beverly, Houston Denton, Richard A., Austin Define, Gjjl. R., Victoria Lloyd A., Corpus Christi Victor Alberto, Monterrey, N.L. Mex. Dickerson, Charles Wayne, Austin Diehl, Paul B., Lubbock Page 590 CLASS OF 1966 Dietert, Michael Lee, Dallas Dill, Dallas Charles, San Angelo Dillard, Richard R., Odessa Doerste, David C, San Antonio Dolezal, Donald C., Graham D ' Olive, Yvonne, Baytown Dorotik, Mary Ann, Rowena Dorotik, Robert Joseph, El Campo Doss, Carol Lynn, Belton Draeger, Joan M., Edinburg Drum, Raymond Phillip, Dallas Dry, Peggy Lynn, Dallas DuBois, Susan Gayle, Gonzales Duffy, Susan Jane, Oklahoma City, Okla. Duke, Genie Decma, Texarkana Dullnig, Richard E., San Antonio Dunn, Milby Dow, Houston du Perier, Joseph Reagan, Beaumont Dwyer, William H., Ill, Houston Eanes, Harvey R., Beaumont Eaton, Emily Ann, Houston Eaves, Donald B., Goldsboro, N. C. Eckenroth, Edward Hilmer, San Antonio Economidy, John H., Wichita Falls Edwards, Alfred Cornelius, Austin Edwards, William Michael, Dallas Eidson, Melinda Y., Austin Elam, Jerry Warren, Corpus Christi Elliott, Lucille Aline, Baytown Ellis, John Stanley, San Antonio Ellis, Sharon Lee, Fort Worth Embry, James Everett, Corpus Christi Emerson, John Connor, Austin Emig, Robert Earl, McAllen Engelke, Cameron Rose, San Antonio Engle, Sylvia Kathleen, Temple Etheredge, Katherine Elaine, Austin Etter, Patricia Lee, Houston Eubanks, Paula Joanne, Odessa Ezon, Steven Samuel, Houston Farquhar, Rosemary, Burnet Feeney, Gail, Cuero Ferguson, Annola Margaret, Corpus Christi Ferguson, Jean Ellen, Fort Worth Fielding, John E., Temple Fife, Diemer L., Hempstead Finley, Virgil Elliott, Austin Fischer, Susan Ann, Elmhurst, 111. Fisher, Peggy, Dallas Fletcher, Joe Sidney, .Jr., Fort Worth Floca, Diane, Temple Flower, Deyette Mary, Austin Foerster, Kaylene, San Antonio Forrester, Ronald Ray, Houston Fortune, Beverly Joyce, San Antonio Fowler, Victor V., Killeen Fox, Charles Robert, Denton Fragua, Paul Louis, Abilene Fraley, Thomas J., Houston Francis, Alatia P., Dallas Francis, David Michael, Abilene Franckowiak, Stanley Vincent, New Braunfels Frank, Jane Elizabeth, Austin Franklin, Jo M., Dallas Franklin, John M., Rockdale Franklin, Tommy Douglas, San Antonio Franks, K. Edward, Bay City Fransen, David Robert, Houston Fratcher, Richard G., Houston Frawley, Charles C., Austin Frizzell, John Randall, Houston Frizzel, Lana Sue, Dallas Fruchter, John S., Austin Galbreth, Emmet Reid, II, Sherman Galiga, Joseph ' Tittle, Hillsboro Galloway, Corice Anne, Austin Galvan, Jose, Mercedes Garcia, Adolfo David, San Anton Garner, Dan R., Victoria Garnett, Linda, Houston Page 591 JUNIORS Gary, Albert George, Encinal Garza, Arcadio, III, San Antonio Garza, Guadalupe Rudolph, Corpus Christi Gaston, Virginia Mae, Dallas Gayle, George Shelton, Houston Geisler, Mary Ann, Beeville Genzer, Frank, Jr., South Houston George, Joseph Aaron, Houston George, Susan- Meridth, Alexandria, Va. Gerolde, Leslie Ann, Fort Worth Gibbs, Gary Clinton, Abilene Giddings, James Robert, Houston Gideon, Kyle James, Colman Giesecke, Virginia Dell, Amarillo Gilbert, Michele Virginia, Harlingen Gill, Elizabeth Marie, Bogata Gill, M Bruce, Austin Gillen, Alicia Ann, Lampasas Gish, Terry E., Fort Worth Glasgow, Pamela, Dallas Glass, Sharon R., Waco Glimp, Janie Sue, Lometa Goforth, Robert Ronda, Overton Gonzales, Patsy, Pearland Gooch, Richard Wallace, Austin Goode, Charlotte Margaret, Dallas Goodman, Judy Lynn, Dallas Goodrich, Gary W., Shreveport, La. Goodwin, William Joseph, Longview Gose, Frank Joe, San Antonio Goss, Linda Lea, Tyler Gowen, Mary Carrington, Austin Grabbe, Mary Janette, Irving Grace, William Lester, Phillips Gracey, Leslie Lynn, Dalhart Grafius, Betty, Bellaire Graham, Hal Collins, Wichita Falls Graham, Kathleen Rae, Texas City Graham, Wanda Jeanne, Texas City Graham, William Arthur, La Feria Granger, Edgar Darron, Houston Gray, Suzanne Verna, Mission Green, Donna Jean, Texarkana Green, Richard Earl, Sweetwater Greenberg, Barnett Alvin, Beaumont Greene, William Richard, Palestine Greene, Winston Walton, San Antonio Gregg, Gregory Louis, Wichita Falls Griffin, Margaret Ann, Austin Grimm, Mary Louise, New Braunfels Grossman, Elizabeth, Corpus Christi Grubb, Jerry Carl, Mesquite Grubb, John K., Houston Guillot, Lawrence G., Dallas Hackbarth, Helen Rose, Waco Haegelin, Tim Frank, Ril Medina Hafez, Hisham, Horns, Syria Hafner, Hayden Shields, Tyler Hagan, Thomas M., Denton Haile, Alan, Texarkana Haines, Jerald C., Abilene Hall, Tommy Jack, Brady Hall, Walter Martin, Fort Worth Halle, Robert Lee, Dallas Hamff, Wesley C., Paige Hamilton, David A., San Antonio Hammonds, James, Houston Hancock, Barbara Jean, Longview Hanes, Rexene, Ravenna Hankinson, Jill Daphne, Houston Hansard, Tommy Veil, Bellville Hanson, George Walter, Jr., Dallas Harbour, Lena Y., Baytown Hardy, Roland J., San Antonio Hargis, Norton B., Jr., San Antonio Harkins, Curtis Patrick, Jr., Houston Hauer, Jimmie Frank, Big Spring larris, Jill Annette, Amarillo Harris, John Robert, Buchanan Dam Harrison, Clarence B., Jr., Tyler I I 3 e. u Page 592 CLASS OF 1966 Harrison, Richard Wayne, Los Fresnos Haskinson, Diana Dale, Houston Hasten, Leonard Kenneth, Leander Hatcher, Beverly Ann, Dallas Hauk, Donald Benjamin, Longview Hawkins, Frank Robert, Houston Head, William Tremaine, Jr., San Antonio Healey, Dennis James, Fort Sam Houston Hehmsoth, Carl Justus, San Antonio Heininger, Lewis H., Kingsville Helgeson, Richard W., Abilene Helmer, Otice Z., Jr., Midland Henderson, Arvis Burl, San Angelo Henley, Ronald Thomas, Gainesville Hennen, Michael Hall, Dallas Herrmann, Michael Clay, Gilmer Herron, Dan E., Houston Herron, Phillip Byron, Dallas Higgins, Elliott Lee, Sherman Hightower, John L., Dallas Hill, Joan, Houston Hill, June, Houston Hill, Sandra Sue, Houston Hill, Thomas H., Austin Hixson, Lyla June, Austin Hixon, Stephen Lee, Bellaire Hock, Robert Olen, Dallas Hoffmann, Jerry Hubert, Dallas Homan, Bonnie Ann, El Paso Honig, Lillie M., Llano Hood, P. Charline, Florence Horton, Loretta Joan, Victoria Hosier, Virginia M., San Antonio Houser, John R., Chicago, 111. Houston, Samuel Sykes, Austin Houtz, John Alfred, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Howard, Wayne Ray, Levelland Howe, Eddie Ryan, Amarillo Howell, Robert Benton, Midland Hubbard, Guinn Fain, Garland Huddleston, Linde Nell, Bullard Hudson, David Carroll, Cameron Hughes, Robert William, Silverton Hull, James L., Jr., Wichita Falls Hunter, Zoe Ann, Fort Worth Hupfeld, Stanley Francis, Dallas Hutson, Betty S., Dallas Inglish, Edwin Clark, Jr., Dallas Jackson, Jr. Paul, Houston Jacob, Ben Eugene, Georgetown Jacobsohn, Karen Helen, Waco James, Carol Ann, Dallas James, Jill Elaine, Dallas Janik, Robert E., Austin Jasso, Frank Trinidad, San Antonio Jenkins, Milton Phillip, Palestine Jenkins, Robert E., Jr., Bastrop Jinks, Larry Dean, Baytown Johns, Sam Ray, Lubbock Johnson, Clyde John Bennett, III, San Antonio Johnson, Gena F., San Antonio Johnson, Janie Laurel, Houston Johnson, Jeanie Beth, Austin Johnson, Judith, Houston Johnson, Ronda Janice, Muleshoe Johnson, Ruth Ann, Houston Johnston, Donna Jeanne, San Antonio Johnston, Mary Roselind, Houston Johnston, Robert Wilson, Coleman Jones, Curtis Wayne, Henderson Jones, Guilford, L., Big Spring Jones, Joyce Annette, Weatherford Jones, Mary Lynette, Houston Jones, William Penn, Midlothian Joyner, Hudene Jimmie, San Antonio Kana, Joe M., LaGrange Karney, David L., San Antonio Kasparik, Edward Norman, He Katz, Richard Alan, Houston Keim, Linda Louise, Dallas Page 593 JUNIORS Kelly, Ernest Michael, Borger Kent, Rosemary A., Baytown Kepke, Kenneth J., Houston King, Robert Reeves, Houston King, William Robert, Sherman Kinney, Jerald M., San Antonio Kirschner, Charles Wesley, Munday Klar, Anne Helene, Dallas Klaus, Ira Joe, Lolita Klaus, Lois Ann, Houston Kleberg, Sally Searcy, Kingsville Klein, Murray Alvin, Houston Klinck, Jan Michael, McAllen Knapp, Larry David, Houston Kneff, Dennis, St. Louis, Mo. Koch, Mary Florence, Dallas Konze, Frances Carolyn, Corpus Christi Krebs, Doris Ann, San Antonio Kress, Betty Ann, Austin Kress, Craig Allan, Austin Kubena, Glenn T., Fayetteville Kuehler, Gerald P., Baytown Kuykendall, Elizabeth Lynn, Grand Saline Labatt, Charles S., San Antonio Lamb, Kent, Baytown Lamberson, Judy B., Baytown Lambert, Nancy Kirwa, San Antonio Landers, Eldon Ray, Jr., Abilene Landers, Thomas William, III, Longview Lane, Dan Reib, Jr., Dallas LaPrelle, L. Louise, Houston Lawler, Corbett, Temple Lawless, Hal Stephen, Gladewater Lawyer, Sherry Jean, Houston Leavitt, Roberta Lee, Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mex. Lee, Joe Edward, Jr.. El Paso Lee, Lynda Nell, Mineral Wells Lee, Mary Carolyn, Anahuac Lemert, James Rex, Liberal, Kan. Lemming, Jean W., Wharton Lenamon, Larry Leroy, Waco Lenart, Raymond William, Abbott Lennington, R. Kent, Arlington Lentz, Leslie Lee, Austin Leonard, Babette Elaine, San Antonio Lesesne, Cherrye Carroll, Austin Lesikar, Jeanette Elizabeth, Austin Lester, Henry William, Boerne Lew, Thomas Kent, San Antonio Lewis, Barbara Blanche, San Antonio Lewis, Carolyn Sue, Big Spring Lewis, John S., Dallas Light, Donna Kay, San Antonio Lindsay, Dana Gay, Houston Lindsey, Michael Brian, Weatherford Lipsitz, Melvin Allard, Waco Little, Jane Page, Longview Llewellyn, John Carter, Fort Worth Lock, David, Bastrop Locker, Braswell, Jr., Brownwood London, Harold M., Houston Lord, Pauline Lynette, Houston Lortz, Nancy Kay, Sweeny Lott, Kenneth L., Gladewater Lovell, Anne F., Austin Lowden, Wilda Rae, Austin Lowry, Carolyn Elaine, Austin Lund, William Lawrence, Borger Lybrand, Karl Cheatham, Wills Point Mahaney, Nancy Karen, Graham Mahoney, William R., Dallas Malone, Dudley Wayne, Muleshoe Malone, Michael Wayne, Tyler Manuel, Marcia Ann, Baytown Markette, Donald Leigh, San Antonio Marney, Pamela, San Marcos M.irtiii, Ron E., Rock Springs irtin, Sherry Nona, Austin Martinez, Carlos, San Antonio Martinez, Fernando, Harlingen Page 59 1 CLASS OF 1966 Mathews, Lee Haynes, Lufkin Mathis, Sandra Kay, Floresville Mattingly, Joe Patrick, Dallas Matz, Joyce, Harlingen Mayborn, Donald P., Dallas Mayes, Kenneth W., Jr., San Antonio Mayes, Linda, Austin Mayes, Mary Bess, El Paso Mayhall, Rikka Ann, Houston Mays, Marilyn, Austin McAfee, William M., London, England McCalister, William Lamar, Corpus Christi McCasland, Joy J., Temple McCasland, Kenneth G., Rotan McCollum, Mike, Dallas McCorkle, Tom Scott, Jr., Dallas McCormick, Michael Jerry, Buda McDonald, Robert L., Neches McDowell, William Campbell, Bay City McFaddin, Eugene Harmon Blount, Beaumont McGee, David Allen, Longview McGraw, Larry Mitchell, McKinney McLaughlin, Kathryn Nan, Pharr McLaughlin, Phyllis Gay, San Angelo McLaughlin , Robert C., San Antonio McManus, Raymond S., Corpus Christi McMichael, James P., San Antonio McNett, Marilyn J., Corpus Christi McNutt, Gordon Russell, Jr., Austin McShane, Michael B., San Antonio Means, Marion Irene, San Antonio Medlin, Cheri Lynn, La Mesa Melcher, Lydia Ann, Port Lavaca Meyer, Judith Ann, Dallas Michael, James Martin, Houston Middleton, Mary Ann, Denison Mikulas, Lionel J., Killeen Mikulencak, Alice Marie, Elgin Milburn, Linda J., Odessa Miller, Carolyn Kay, Temple Miller, Dale Robin, Houston Miller, Rufus Walter, III, Houston Miller, Sherry Annelle, Eastland Miller, William F., Ill, Beaumont Miller, William Wade, Cooper Millet, John Porath, Dallas Mills, Nancy Marie, Houston Minyard, Cassandra Dee, Odessa Minyard, Marilou, Wichita Falls Mitchell, James David, Dallas Mitchell, Sandra Sue, Dallas Mochel, Chester M., Dallas Moneyhon, Carl Hofmann, Mason Monk, Richard W., Centerville Montalbo, Joseph Daniel, San Antonio Moore, Gerald Wayne, Big Spring Moore, Marnee Elyse, Baytown Moore, Susan, Waco Moore, Timothy D., Austin Moreland, H. Keith, Snyder Morgan, Barbara Kay, Corpus Christi Morgan, Exeen Marie, Victoria Morgan, James M., Texarkana Morin, Raymond, San Antonio Morries, Sherryl Ann, San Bernadino, Calif. Morrill, George P., Beeville Morris, Jerry L., Corsicana Morris, John Howard, Houston Morris, Robert Glenn, Houston Moseley, Billy Edwin, Kerrville Moyers, L. Reese, Ferris Mueller, Peggy Nell, Flatonia Mullen, Marilyn J., Austin Mundy, Jeffrey Gordon, Dallas Munson, Gary Wayne, San Antonio Murguia, Daniel Edward, San Antonio Musick, Edythe Jan, Baytown . Muzny, John Louis, Eagle Lake Myers, Carol Ann, Lake Jackson Myers, Michael Lynn, Fort Worth JUNIORS Navarro, Mary Alice, San Antonio Neblett, Nancy Ann, Houston Neill, James N., Everman Nelson, Ellis Stark, Tenafly, N. J. Nelson, Joe Allen, II, Longview Netting, Conrad John, San Antonio Nichols, Benjamin Herbert, Atlanta Nichols, Odis Wesley, Jr., Gatesville Nienhueser, Kit Arthur, San Antonio Nitschke, Leila Sue, San Antonio Norman, Luther H., Pampa Norris, Jo Ann, Dallas Nugent, John C., Baytown Oaks, Elizabeth Anne, Houston Oatis, Lloyd Benton, Dallas Oldfield, Douglas A., Houston Oliver, Floyd Louis, Jr., San Antonio Oppenheim, Susan Jane, San Antonio Ormand, Jack Edward, George West Ortiz, Rebecca, Galveston Ott, Arnold, Austin Owen, James Michael, Longview Owens, Sharon Marie, Dallas Pace, Martha E., Doniphan, Mo. Paden, Suzanne, Pampa Padgett, Gene Lavell, Kerrville Padon, Michael F., Houston Pahnke, Lyle Douglas, Jr., Orange Paine, Phillip Jay, Bay City Panos, Penny Lee, Dallas Pantoja, Luis E., San Antonio Panzarella, Sandra Paulette, Humble Parcus, Jan, Marlin Parker, Charles Vance, Fort Worth Parker, John Douglas, Garden City Parkey, James R., Ill, Wichita Falls Parks, Mary Jo, Kerrville Parma, William John, Jr., Belton Parrish, Donald Maltby, Jr., Dallas Patterson, Beverly Wayne, Dallas Patterson, Jefferson Meadows, Kermit Patterson, Resell Randolph, Jr., Dallas Patton, Jan Elizabeth, Dallas Patton, Thomas David, Rotan Pawelek, Jerome J., Jr., Gillette Payne, Leonard Allison, Edna Pena, Jorge Felipe, Monclova, Coahoila, Mex. Pena, Marshall F., San Antonio Pence, Carolyn, Fulshear Pennington, Linda Martelle, Cuero Peralta, Alexander San Antonio Perez, Valdemar P., San Antonio Perkins, Susan M., Piano Perry, John William, Hearne Peters, Phillip Joseph, Fort Worth Peyton, Kathy Ann, El Paso Pfardrescher, Judy, El Campo Phelps, John Wayne, Houston Pickens, John Ziek, San Antonio Pierce, Cynthia Jean, Midland Platts, Vernell Fay, Phillips Podsim, Melvin Vernon, Yorktown Points, Peggy Jane, Tyler Pollard, Peggy Mae, Baytown Ponder, Thomas C., Jr., Houston Porter, Penelope Anne, Atlanta Potter, Samuel, Jr., Dallas Powell, Jerome L., Fort Walton Beach, Fla. Price, Nancy Ailene, Sweetwater Proctor, Dorothy Janelle, San Angelo Purcell, Martha Jeanne, Houston Pyka, Toni Frances, San Antonio Quinn, James Stephen, San Antonio Ragan, Peggy Ann, Dallas Railsback, Charles H., Levelland Raley, Danny Keith, Mount Vernon Ramee, Robert E., Jr., Alice clolph, James Collier, Abilene Reeb, Carol Marie, Corpus Christi Reed, Harry Dan, Austin Page 596 I) CLASS OF 1966 Reed, Robert Thomas, Lorigview Reese, Anne Carolyn, Wichita Falls Reese, Morris Marcus, Jr., Cotulla Reeves, Keith Oriel, Pasadena Reilly, Bart, Corsicana Reinauer, James R., Hereford Remington, Daniel Richmond, Alvin Rentz, Mary E., San Antonio Rester, Stephen, Clifton Richardson, Carol Joan, San Angelo Richardson, Claudia Ann, Big Spring Richstatler, Mary Cecilia, San Antonio Riley, George W., Atlanta Riner, Tommy Dean, Amarillo Ripper, Annette, Houston Ripple, Linda Lou, El Campo Roach, Georgina Lela, Austin Roark, Michael Joseph, Temple Roberson, Kenneth A., Jr., Petersburg Roberts, Lynn Ann, Austin Roberts, Richard Lee, San Antonio Roberts, William Judson, Gilmer Robinson, John Howard, Jr., Grafton, W. Va. Roden, Pamela Sue, Friona Roeder, Maurice C., Belton Roethemeyer, Diane Elizabeth, San Antonio Rogerio, Graciela, Laredo Rogers, Carol Ann, Houston Rogers, Elaine, Waco Roitsch, Dorothy J., LaGrange Rolls, Gary Clark, Odessa Roper, Daniel A., Dallas Rosenbaum, Gary Marvin, Austin Rosenberg, Lee Jaye, San Antonio Rosson, Sheila, Kerrville Rounsaville, Ronald Ray, Phillips Rountree, Michael Allen, Del Rio A Rowe, Carolyn Elizabeth, McGregor Rude, Joe Christopher, III, Austin Ruggles, Hugh M., Wichita Falls Ruggles, Richard Donald, Longview Rupley, David, Fort Worth Russ, William B., Austin Russell, Jana, San Antonio Russell, Mary Claire, Austin Russell, Walter Thomas, Jr., Wills Point Sabom, Robert Terry, Houston Sachs, Joel R., Houston Sadegh, Abolghaseme, Austin Saegert, Joel Gartman, Austin Saenz, Patricia S., San Antonio St. Clair, Charles Alan, Cuero Salge, Alvin Alexander, Karnes City Sampson, Michael J., Lake Jackson Samuelson, Robert John, Mineral Wells Sanders, Claudia Louise, Austin Sanders, James H., Jr., Beaumont Sanders, Jerry Don, Quitman Sanfilippo, Jorene, Corpus Christi San Martin, Antonio A., San Antonio Sansom, E. Steve, Greenville Savage, Margaret Ann, Austin Sayers, Virlie Kay, Austin Scaief, Charles C., Crystal City Scallorn, Sally Jane, Austin Schattenberg, Anna Jean, Austin Scheske, Claudia, Gonzales Schkade, Albert Fred, Jr., Giddings Schlech, Frances Carter, Houston Schnitzer, Bruce William, ' Fort Worth Schulz, Dwight W., Austin Schwer, Penny, Austin Schwink, Theodore John, Dallas Scott, Diane, San Antonio Scott, Elizabeth Ann, San Antonio Scott, Robert M., Gatesville Seale, Allen Harry, Lamesa Scale, Kathy, Centerville Seaman, Carol Jean, Midland Searight, Sarah Virginia, Austin Page 597 JUNIORS See, Sara Nell, Somerville Seifert, Frances Helen, Weimar Senevey, Suzie, Fort Worth Settles, Thomas Michael, San Antonio Shaughnessy, James P., Dallas Shavor, Janice Cockrell, Austin Shaw, Bill Sloan, Sweetwater Shaw, Ted Earl, Alvin Sheen, Sandra Dianne, San Angelo Sheffield, Shelley Ruth, Baytown Shell, Terrell Eugene, Gorman Shepperd, Catherine, Marble Falls Shepherd, George Buell, Jr., Austin Shippee, Suzy, Houston Shope, Randy Roy, Waco Shull, David Lee, Houston Siegel, Shawn, Philadelphia, Pa. Siegelin, Margie Lynn, Corpus Christi Simmons, Bryan Cooper, Shreveport, La. Simmons, Earl Wayne, Amarillo Simons, Kathryn Louise, Austin Simpson, Edith Ann, Dallas Simpson, James Wesley, Bonham Simpson, Robert L. Tyler Sinclair, Nora Ann, Houston Slack, Charles Marshall, III, Austin Sloan, Clyde E., Jr., Baytown Smart, James Dock, Florence Smith, Aurel Emerson, Dallas Smith, Carolyn Deborah, Houston Smith, Donald Eugene, Dallas Smith, Glen Hilton, McAllen Smith, Lewis Kenneth, LaMarque Smith, Martha Ann, Port Arthur Smith, Paul David, Dallas Smith, Robert Clint, Dallas Smith, Sharon Ann, Dallas Smith, Trudie Kaye, Dallas Sorenson, Laurits Sue, Bellaire Spacek, Betty Jo, San Antonio Spieghts, Sara, Bellaire Speir, Wayne A., Gladewater Spinks, Horace Lee, Houston Spinks, James A., Ill, Waco Spoor, Martha Ann, Corpus Christi Springer, Marianne, March A.F.B., Calif. Springer, Mary Jan, Waco Stafford, Frank S., Pleasanton Starrett, Raymond, A., Irving Stehling, Michael Joseph, Fredericksburg Stendebach, Joyce Ann, San Antonio Stephenson, Kathy, Baytown Stevens, Martha Jean, Harper Stevenson, Harry C., Dallas Stewart, Carolyn, Corpus Christi Stewart, Carolyn Nell, Dallas Stiles, Bill M., Tyler Stokes, Mary Lynn, El Paso Stone, Barbara Lynn, Fort Worth Stones, Judith Elaine, Midland Stratton, Aubrey Lee, Mount Pleasant Stratton, Charles Franklin, Mont Belvieu Stratton, Marilyn Kay, Mount Pleasant Striblin, Billy Ned, Houston Stringer, James C., Mount Vernon Strong, William Reese, Henderson Stuard, Tommye E., Austin Studdard, Caddo Parish, Bethany, La. Sucke, John H., Ill, Austin Suggs, Ronald Lynn, San Antonio Sutherland, Herbert James, San Antonio Swaim, Johnny Lynn, Temple Swaim, Phyllis Sue, Austin Swaney, Susan, Westfield, N. J. Swanson, Ann, Fort Worth Swanson, Robert Matthew, San Antonio Swift, Edward Reagan, Bellaire Alice, Houston vinney, Robert Samuel, Port Lavaca Swoboda, Diana Fay, Victoria r ' Page 598 CLASS OF 1966 Tannenbaum, Ronald Dexter, San Antonio Tarr, John A., Harper Taylor, Duke Ellen, Center Taylor, Martha Nell, Dimmitt Taylor, Patricia Suzanne, Tyler Taylor, Thomas Bryan, Bellaire Teague, Jerri Kaye, San Angelo Teague, Linda Kay, Houston Terrell, Ann C., Eagle Lake Terry, John Palmer, Houston Teutsch, Virginia Ann, Dumas Thomas, James Dalton, Big Spring Thomason, John Merritt, Center Point Thomassen, Richard E., San Antonio Thompson, Carroll Eileen, Bellaire Thompson, Charles Keith, Gainesville Thompson, Charlotte, Austin Thompson, Karen Ann, Houston Thompson, Richard L., Amarillo Threadgill, James R., Denison Tidwell, Linda Joy, Fort Worth Tiemann, Olin Ray, Taylor Tims, James Irving, Cleveland, Miss. Tisdale, Mike Stewart, Balinger Titerle, Robert C., San Antonio Tlucek, Melicent Marie, Houston Todar, Kenneth G., Waco Torrey, Mary Susan, El Paso Totah, Joseph Leslie, Victoria Tottenham, Terry Oliver, Brenham Toubassi, Wacih H., Jaffa, Israel Towns, James Philip, Gonzales Traweek, James William, Shawnee, Okla. Trevino, Frank L., San Antonio Troell, Jay H., Pleasanton True, Edwin Ernest, III, Bishop Tucker, Jack Wilson, Jr., Lufkin Tuffly, Louis Edward, Houston Tullos, Marcia J., Corpus Christi Tupa, Leonard Joseph, Flatonia Turbiville, Laura Lea, Marble Falls Turner, David, S. San Antonio Turner, Katherine L., Groves Vanderslice, Vicki Jean, Dallas Van DeWalle, Henry Joseph, San Antonio Vanlandingham, Paul C., Dallas Vaughan, Ashley Pelham, Austin Vaughan, Flo Ann, Galveston Vavra, Jerry Ted, Schulenburg Vernor, A. C., Bellaire Vick, Marvin York, Madisonville Vincent, Mary Ann, LaMarque Vineyard, Mary Blanche, Galveston Vittetoe, Robert Glenn, San Benito Vivion, Ben Russell, San Antonio Volz, Carol Ann. Waco Von Dohlen, Timothy, Goliad Voorhees, C. Gene, Dallas Waddle, David Eugene, Jefferson Wadley, Peggy A., Baytown Waid, John McClelland, Midland Waldron, Michael L., San Antonio Walker, Dairy Eileen, Houston Wall, Marian Susanne, Fort Worth Waller, Edward Pendleton, San Antonio Walls, Carolyn Kay, Brownwood Walsh, Elizabeth Allison, Baytown Walton, Aurye Lynn, Lubbock Ward, Betty Carol, Devine Ware, William Allan, Baytown Warren, Grace Alice, Belton Warren, Homer Clay, Jr., Waco Warthan, T. Lynn, Big Spring Watkins, E. Tarry, Jr., Houston Watson, Andrew Jess, Austin Watson, Camille L., Houston Watson, Gail Elizabeth, Austin Watts, James Richard, San Antwyo Watzlavick, Thomas R., SchulerT Wauson, Richard E., Jr., San An Page 599 JUNIORS Wayland, Kenneth Arthur, Henderson Weaver, Joan Dell, Kerrville Weaver, Thad W., Ill, Friendswood Webb, Mary Lee, Austin Webb, Sharon Ann, Austin Weir, Karen, Abilene Weise, Carol Lea, Bellaire Weiss, Virginia Lea, Brenham Weiss, Wayne Louis, Sugarland Weisse, Kathleen Lillian, San Antonio Welhausen, Carole Mae, Shiner Wells, Edward Larry, Houston Wells, Robert Ellis, Seagoville Wessels, Gary Dwayne, Corpus Christi West, Cynthia, Jacksboro West, Richard Lufkin West, Robert George, Austin Wharton, Thomas L., San Antonio Wheatley, Patty, Trinidad White, Alice Sue, Yoakum White, Carolyn Sue, San Antonio White, Charles Clifford, Jr., Austin While, Robert T., Galveston Whittenburg, George Allen, II, Amarillo Whitener, William T., Corpus Christi Whitten, Ralph U., Tyler Wicker, Joe Pat, Roswell, N. Mex. Wiemers, Alice Merlin, Dallas Wilcox, Donald Pierce, Covington, Ky. Wiley, Gareth Winfield, Jr., Austin Wiley, Kelly Lyn, Houston Wiley, Samuel K., Emporia, Kan. Wilkes, Theo Nancy, Austin Wilkinson, Belinda M., Dallas Willbern, Elizabeth Ann, Houston Willett, Susan Cheryl, San Antonio Williams, Elizabeth Anne, LaMarque Williams, Merle Ann, Austin Willingham, James Edwin, Houston Willock, Paula Ann, Houston Willoughby, John Alexander, III, Abilene Wilson, Judy Elaine, LaMarque Wilson, J. Lynn, Pasadena Wilson, Lee Eugene, San Antonio Wilson, Lynda Lee, Wharton Wilson, Mark Crawford, Beaumont Wilson, Patricia Ann, Wharton Wilson, Rabun Thomas, III, Austin Windle, William Richard, Corpus Christi Winn, Carroll Bob, Tyler Winston, Patricia Elaine, Austin Wise, William J., Austin Witherspoon, John Marshall, San Antonio Witt, Patricia Ann, Corpus Christi Witte, Anton Herbert, Jr., Inez Wolfe, Stephen James, Groves Wolk, Marsha Carol, Navasota Wood, Frances Lenieu, Big Spring Word, Terry M., Alice Wortham, Dana Rose, Bryan Wozniak, Carol Ann, Randolph A.F.B. Wright, Jay 0., Arlington Wunderlich, Kenneth W., Spring Branch Wyatt, M. Elaine, Eola Yandell, Linda Darlene, Austin Yawn, Larry M. B., Alvarado Youens, William T., Jr., Columbus Young, David Allen, Austin Young, James A., Houston Young, Martha M., San Antonio Young, Michael Lee, Natalia Young, Reginald G., Jr., Houston Young, Sandra Leigh, Freeport Younger, Doyle M., Gilmer Youngmeyer, James Phil, Tyler Zetik, jjpet I., Brenham John Michael, Austin ?imkowski, Steven D., San Antonio Zimmermann, Patricia Ann, San Antonio Pace 600 ti SOPHOMORES Pa ? e 601 SOPHOMORES Adams, Dana Gay, Harlingen Adams, Elizabeth, Beaumont Adams, Elizabeth, Houston Adams, James Ennis, Midland Adams, Sandra J., Pleasanton Adelman, Donna Jean, San Antonio Adkins, George Mason, San Antonio Ahlberg, Joann Lenora, Ft. Worth Aicklen, Gayle Louise, Austin Albert, Marsha -Helene, McAllen Alexander, Gerald M., Harlingen Alexander, Susan, Houston Allbritton, Albert Slagle, Groves Allen, Barbara, Dallas Allen, Nancy Anne, Dallas Altis, John E., Austin Arnacker, Joa n Carol, Beaumont Amend, Jane Lynne, San Antonio Ammons, David Harlan, Dallas Anderson, Evan Wayne, Abilene Anderson, Karen Elizabeth, Beeville Anderson, Shirley Ann, Austin Anthony, Marsha Dell, Houston Antone, R. Clark, Kerrville Arnakis, Alex G., Austin Arnall, Dena Rose, Orange Arnold, Charles A., Pearsall Arnold, John R., Ill, Levelland Arnold, Lynda Arminta, Crockett Arnold, Richard Smith, San Antonio Ash, Michael Payton, Houston Ashurst, Sandra L., Rockdale Augustus, Kathey Ann, Wichita Falls Averill, Anne, Dallas Bailey, Ralph Vincent, Austin Baker, Timothy Wain, Rockport, Mass. Balko, Donald James, Llano Ballard, Judith Elaine, Friendswood Bannon, Johanna Frances, Ft. Worth Barkley, Carolyn E., Austin Barnard, Herbert J., Jr., Austin Barrows, Sarah E., Austin Earth, Becky V., San Angelo Bartlett, Mary Kay, Austin Barton, Christine, Bellaire Bartram, Raymond A., New Braunfels Baughn, Marilyn Lee, Austin Baum, Stephen J., San Antonio Baumstark, Mary, Houston Baxter, Judith Elynne, Houston Baxter, Samuel Franklin, Carthage Baze, Wallace Brown, Nixon Beall, Celia Rae, Ft. Worth Beavens, Sandra Lou, Port Arthur Beck, Richard Earl, Portland Beere, Charles W., San Antonio Beeson, Barry T., Houston Bell, Douglas E., Houston Seller, Park Lyle, Rantoul Benavides, Enrique, Laredo Bendorf, Robi H., Breckenridge Benjamin, Pamela Mae, Cleburne Bennett, John Scott, Pearsall Bentley, Michael Emmons, Dallas Benton, Brenda Sue, Rosenburg Bergstrom, Marvin Alan. Austin Bering, Gaile Lottie, Houston Bernard, Nancy, Lubbock Bernhard, Johnnie M., San Antonio Berrones, Richard, San ' Antonio Beschen, Darrell Anthony, Eglin A.F.B., Fla Bevill, Nancy Jo, Monahang Birdsong. Malcolm W., New Braunfels Blackburn, Charlene Ray, Houston Blacklock, Carryll, Brownwood JJlair, JoeJfaurt, Longview taHBarlin M., DeSoto akey, Carolyn Estine, Lubbock Blake Page 602 CLASS OF 1967 Blanchette, Linda B., Dallas Blend, Benjamin Lee, Dallas Block, Mary Dickey, Houston Blood, Susan Jane, Austin Bludworth, Billy Ray, Houston Bobo, Peggy Sue, Houston Bode, Charles W., Jr., Goliad Bode, John Warren, Jr., Austin B oenig, Gilbert Edwin, Jr., Woodsboro Boggs, Allen Neal, Richardson Boise, Jeanne Louise, Houston Boland, Diana Lynn, Dallas Bonner, David Calhoun, Weybridge, Surrey, Eng. Bontley, Catherine Anne, Arlington Bottoms, Durward F., Jr., Groves Boultinghouse, Daniel Frank, Robstown Bowen, Betty Louise, Jourdantown Bowers, Nancy Jane, Lockhart Bowers, Phill R., Haskell Boyd, John Ronald, Austin Boyle, Janet Ethel, Houston Box, Jerry D.. Crane Bozarth, Kenneth D., Austin Branch, Charles Bernard, Houston Brants, Lucy Minette, Ft. Worth Briggs, M. Lee, Jr., Houston Brim, Jefferson K., Sulfur Springs Brink, James William, San Angelo Brock, Linda Carole, Granbury Brooks, Betty Sue, Thornton Brotherton, James D., San Antonio Brown, Anne Warwick, Galveston Brown, Frank B., College Station Brown, Fred Lewis, III, Corpus Christi Browning, J. Robert, Gorman Broyles, Sara, Austin 3 : ' Jv r I Bruder, Tom W., San Antonio Brumbelow, Connie Sue, Killeen Bryant, Ruth Ellen, Lubbock Buell, Susan Darr, Lake Jackson Bueltel, Richard Joseph, El Campo Buffington, Charles R., San Antonio Bunting, Beverly Sue, Houston Buquoi, Mike Eugene. Houston Burdette, Thomas Norman, Houston Burger, John Austin, Houston Burges, Bettie Lee, Castroville Burk, Jonathan Mark, San Angelo Burk, Larry Lee, Austin Burk, Linda Lee, Austin Burke, Stephen Michael. Dallas Burnett, Margaret Olivia, Dallas Burns, James A., Granby, Conn. Burns, John Clinton, Austin Burrows, Patty Lynn, Nacogdoches Burton, John Paul, Houston Bush, Dennis Craig, Houstin Bush, Eddie George, Ft. Worth Butler, Diana Barbara, Austin Butschek, Mary Anthony, Dallas Buttery, Dorothy Elizabeth, San Antonio Bybee, Joan Lea, Gretna, La. Byers. Reva A., McLean, Va. Byington, James D., San Antonio Caldwell, Elwood R., West Columbia Calhoun. Susan O ' Neil. Freeport Campbell, David Buxton, Galveston Campbell, Nancv A., Denver, Colo. Cargill, Lou Ellen, Houston Carl, Catherine Elizabeth, Austin Carlson, Myrl Jay, Austin Carmichael, Richard C.. Brooks A.F.B. Carnahan, Kathy M., Dallas Carroll, Bettv Ruth. Lampasas Carson, Jefery Frank, Houston Carter, Garry Delbert. Bowie Casey, Bonnie Sue, Washington, Cater, Carol Annette, San Antonio Page 603 lU X ' B T SOPHOMORES Champlin, Arliss M., Odessa Chapman, Carol Ruth, Houston Chapman, Charlotte Renee, Liberty Chapman, David L., Dallas Chapman, Judith Kay, Sulfur Springs Childs, M. Kalen, Austin Chrisman, Dale L., Austin Christman, Gary Richard, Seabrook Christopher, Donna Faye, Sugarland Clark, Dick, III, Dallas Clark, Elizabeth Anne, Dallas Clark, Gail Elizabeth, Abilene Clark, Jack Coley, Kingsville Clarke, Mary Ann, San Antonio Clements, John C., Pearsall Cleveland, Robert H., Dallas Clifton, Truett D., Ft. Sam Houston Clinard, Ralph Leon, Austin Cloninger, Carla, Marshall Cockrum, John Earl, Grand Prairie Coffman, James Danny, Pittsburg Cohen, Diana Louise, Dallas Cole, Betty Sue, Dallas Coleman, Myrtis Neal, Cleburne Colgrove, Kathy Joan, Midland Collier, Shirley Anne, Ennis Collins, Charles Peyton, Houston Connell, Jessica Gayle, Trinity Cook, Ada Fay, Hitchcock Cooke, John Roger, Austin Cooper, Mary Elizabeth, Austin Corder, Maida Mildred, San Antonio Corley, Danny Michael, Dallas Cornwell, Gary Tyler, Houston Coursey, William David, Ft. Worth Cowan, Margaret Ann, Arlington, Va. Cox, Charles Wayne, Belton Cox, Darlene, Austin Craig, William Hubert, Ft. Worth Craven, Cheryl Irene, Austin Crawford, Mary Elizabeth, Houston Crick, Gaylord Gene, Austin Crockett, Ronald Wayne, Ballinger Cronfel, Omaya, Laredo Groom, Judith, Houston Cross, Carol Jean, Houston Crow, Richard Lee, Houston Crump, William Lucas, Jr., Houston Cruse, Caren Elizabeth, Hearne Cunningham, Jo Lynn, Junction Curry, Leigh Stephen, Sweetwater Cushman, Susan Margaret, Seguin Dabney, Tom Ennis, Austin Dahl, John Brian, Orange Daily, Philip L., Houston Dalio, Carl J., Houston Dann, Donna Jean, Lampasas Darmer, Susan Jean, Dallas Davidson, Jack William, Terrell Davidson, John Harold, Corsicana Davidson, Julie K., Fredericksburg Davidson, Lawrence S., Houston Davis, Alfred. IV, Austin Davis, C. W. Buster, Houston Davis, Harold Winston, Corpus Christ! Davis, Janet L., Houston Davis. Jarrie Dell, Humble Davis, Mary Jane, Chillicothe Davis, Melvin David, Florence Davis, Phyllus Jean, Whitesboro Davis, Richard J., Lamesa Davis, Sally Sue, McAllen Deal, Linda L., Houston Dean, Brenda Sue, Dallas Clint W., Dallas an, Joe Ned, Groveton Dearing, Kathryn Anne, Jacksboro De Fore, John David, Midland Page 604 CLASS OF 1967 Dehnisch, Frank Raymond, Mathis De la Garza, Carlos B., Jr., Mission Delk, Stephen R., Longview Denham, Robert E., Abilene Deniger, David Bradfield, Dallas Dennis, Catherine B., San Antonio Denton, Ann Burnett, San Antonio Derrick, James Vinson, Houston Devore, Stewart W., Jr., Arlington Dewlen, Robert Dayle, Denver Cith Dibrell, Mary Eugenia, Beaumont Dickerson, Nancy Elizabeth, Arlington Dickey, Charles Michael, Houston Dillard, Richard Alan, Austin Dinkins, Orie Theodore, Jr., Livingston Doan, Edward LeRoy, Houston Dodd, Mary Jane, Houston Dodson, Phyllis Louise, San Antonio Dolce, Noel Joseph, Port Arthur Donaho, James Alan, Riviera Dorsey, Thad James, Jr., San Antonio Dossey, Dale Armand, Housto n Dougherty, Michaele Ann, Midland Dougherty, Patricia B., Austin Downing, Nancy Jane, Wichita Falls Draper, Nita Bert, Bay City Drew, William F., Houston Driscoll, William Dan, Austin DuBose, Fred A., Corsicana Dueease. Paula, Midland Dueser, Raymond Denson, Ft. Worth Dunn, Richard Edward, Garland Dunn, William Earl, Odessa Dunwoody, William McComb, Houston Durham, David Lee, San Angelo Duval, Henry William, Ft. Worth ll I Dyer, Dianna Kaye, Austin Dykes, Sandra Lynn, Jacksonville Easley, Peggy Jean, Orange Edelman, Patricia Louise, San Antonio Edmondson, James Anthony, Odessa Edwards, Jon Hope, Ballinger Eiserloh, Philip Lawrence, San Antonio Eldridge, Catherine E., Austin Ellermann, Carole Jean, Dallas Elliott, Don Allen, Snyder Ellis, Jan, Kerrville Ellis, Rodger Thomas, Mission Elrod, Patricia Anne, Houston Embrey, Charles Alan, Austin Emerson, Donald E., Dallas Emmert, Connie Ann, San Antonio Erwin, Alan Russell, Baytown Evans, Barbara L.. LaMarque Evans, Carolyn Virginia, Ft. Worth Everett, Joe Allen, Odessa Fairey, Linda Lou, Texas City Falk, Walter Samuel, III, Rockport Farrow, Larry, Cisco Faulkner, Barry Lynn. Dayton Faulkner, William Lorenzo, Pampa Fayle, Robert William, Baytown Ferguson, Lynda Lou, Nome Ferguson, Martha V., Waco Fetzer, Robert Michael, Sunnyvale, Calif. Fife, Marcia Nancy, Hempstead Filer, Wesley Joseph, West Fitzgerald, Ray Munn, Houston Fletcher, Walter Scott, Houston Flippen, Barry Dorothy, Dallas Flowers, Richard S., Austin Floyd, Margaret Annette, Arlington Foley, Barbara Ann, Houston Fort, Sherri Lynn, Garland Fostel, Michael Leonard, Irving Foster, Cecil Glenn, New k, N.Y. Foyt, Carol Ann, Austin Fox, Murray Edward, Dalla Page 605 SOPHOMORES Franklin, Betty E., Bryan Franklin, Donna Ann, Dallas Franklin, Margaret C., Houston Franklin, Martha L., Bryan Franks, John Eli, III, Port Lavaca Franks, Tommy R., Austin Friedman, Marilyn F., Houston Froehner, Linda Lu, Houston Fry, Mark Allen, San Antonio Fuller, Kay, Texas City Fuste, Diana Lynn, Calveston Gabbert, Lonnie )., Del Rio Gable, Chalmers Duke, Hearne Galvan, Joe L., Weslaco Gammon, Michael Eugene, Denton Gardner, Mary Elizabeth, Waco Garner, John H., Brownwood Gasaway, Carole Susan, Houston Gebhart, Johanna, Port Arthur Geissler, Wallace Hugh, San Antonio Genthner, Ernest William, Dallas Gentry, Tommy Jordan, Big Spring German, Margaret Keith, Bryan Germer, Edna Diane, Edna Gessner, Frank Richard, III, Dayton, Ohio Gibbs, Susan Sheridan, Ft. Worth Giesecke, Jamie Lea, Angleton Giffen, Donald E., Harlingen Giffin, Linda Carol, Point Comfort Gillespie, Robert M., Sherman Gilmore, Sammy Michael, Houston Girard, Charles M., Dallas Gish, Thomas Robert, San Antonio Givens, Gary David, Baytown Glauser, Harry Joseph, III, Houston Glazer, Bennett Joe, Dallas Glover, Marilyn Lida, San Angelo Godfrey, Cullen Michael, Decatur Godfrey, James David, Jacksonville Golding, Karen Michael, Austin Goldner, Sara Sue, Arlington Golightly, Harry Glen, Houston Gonzales, Alberto A., Alice Goodman, Raymond Ernest, New York, N.Y. Goodwin, Alice Beth, Austin Goodwin, Sandra Ann, San Antonio Goren, Janet, Houston Gottlieb, Harolyn Lee, San Antonio Gottlieb, Ronnie Jean, Dallas Graber, Emily, Brenhan Graeber, Fred David, Houston Graham, Georgia Anita, Corpus Christi Graves, Thomas Allen, Corpus Christi Gray, Andrea Lee, Dallas Gray, Samuel Ray, Ennis Green, Robert Charles, Moran Greenwood, Darryl Paul, Dallas Greenwood, Robert Bruce, Arlington, Va. Gregg, Sandra K., San Angelo Gregory, David Michael, Denton Gresham, Robert Lucius, Centerville Griffiths, Gail, Dallas Grimm, Larry Wayland, Stamford Grimmer, Richard A., Dallas Grobowsky, Donald Richard, Austin Grosjean, Robert C., Houston Gunnin, Don Truman, Cedar Hill Gutierrez, Jose Alvar, Jr., Hebbronville Gutierrez, Maria Cecilia, Rio Grande City Guynes, Jaynee Carole, Grand Prairie Hairston, Mary Don. Kingsville Hairston, Morris Don, Colorado City, Colo. Hale, Jessica Amber, El Paso Hale, Robert J.. Ballinger Hall, Arm. Glaveston HaU EIizabeth Christine, Houston , James Allen, Devers Hampton, Mary Louise, Marfa Page 606 CLASS OF 1967 Hangs, Frank Edward, Jr., Houston Hanley, Michael J., Dallas Hanna, Judith Lynn, Breckenridge Haraldson, Robert Scott, Houston Haralson, Carole Jeanne, Big Spring Hardage, S. Pat, Ft. Worth Hardaway, Betty Jean, Happy Hare, Robert Jay, Houston Harker, Pamela G., Denton Harlan, Kay, Houston Harloff, Gary James, Batavia, N.Y. Harp, Jean Fay, Yorktown Harris, Allyn Rueben, Corsicana Harris, Fitzlmgh Lee, Nacogdoches Harris, Randall Ray, Mesquite Harrison, Harold Edwin, Iowa Park Harrison, Henry I., Ft. Worth Harrison, James T., Jr., Austin Harrison, Jenny Susan, Dallas Harrison, Jo Beth, Houston Hart, Leslie Suzanne, Bay City Hartmann, Clinton S., Austin Hastedt, Jan, Columbus Havins, Darrellene Edith, White Oak Hawkins, Mina Johanna, Austin Haynes, Janet Yvonne, Houston Hector, Jane Elizabeth, Beeville Helmer, Richard E., Ill, Houston Hemme, Kenneth Arnold, Corpus Christ! Hempling, Randall, Wichita Falls Hendershot, John E., Pearsall Henderson, Robert Franklin, Frost Hendrix, Janice Ann, Grand Prairie Henry, Barbara Ann, Corpus Christi Henry, Cameron Edward, Corpus Christi Henry, Gaile M., Beaumont I Henslee, Karen Sue, Brenham Hensz, Earl D., Harlingen Hensz, Pamela Ann, Harlingen Herndon, Russell Harold, Duncan, Okla. Herzfeld, Charles D., Wichita Falls Higdon, James N., San Antonio Hilburn, Don Edward, Pasadena Hill, Frances Olivia, Wellington Hill, Malone V., Austin Hill, Thomas Francis, Dallas Hilton, Grady J., Decatur Hinton, Richard Charles, Dallas Hobbs, Kathy Janes, San Antonio Hoffman, Jeane Suzanne, Austin Hoffman, Marilyn Gayle, Waco Hoffman, Stacy Lyn, Midland Hogan, Jerry Clyde, Houston Holland, Carolyn Sue, Austin Holley, Mary Louise, Taft Hollis, Valerie Adele, Arlington Holm, Edward John, Houston Holmberg, William Robert, Lake Jackson Homer, Christina Anne, Monahans Hooser, Susanne Gayle, Dallas Hopkins, Frederick E., Ft. Worth Hoppe, Joyelyn, Austin Horsley, Jean Fariss, Dallas House, David Wade, Silverton Houston, Carol Ann, Corpus Christi Houston, James D., Arlington Howard, Phillip Louis, Longview Howison, Jack, Jr., Austin Hugetz, Mary Geraldine, Houston Hughen, Janis M., Houston Hughes, Myrle Kay, Jasper Hugley, Nancy Catherine, San Antonio Huke, Sara C., San Antonio Hull, Robert Joe, Hempstead Humphris. Dennis Alan, Ple santon Hunt, Marsha Jeanne, Odei Hurley, Leo Marvin, Arlingf Hurst, Kathy Ann, Spur Page 607 SOPHOMORES Hatchings, Sally, Dallas Hynds, Sharon Kaye, Lake Jackson Ingram, Joyce Ann, Buffalo Irvin, Donald Kelly, Irving Irvin, Sherry Andrea, Dallas Isbell, John C., Jr., Silsbee Jackson, Judy Kay, Lake Jackson James, Walter Ervin, II, Houston Jamison, Garrett H., Bartlett Jarrell, Marguerite Kelly, Austin Jasman, Gae Ann, Edinburg Jeffcoat, Jimmy Floyd, Cisco Jeffers, Mary Nell, Houston Jenkins, Daniel Edwards, III, Houston Jerichow, Carol Ruth, Marlin Jeter, Edgar Rogers, Refugio Johnson, Chris E., Sherman Johnson, David G., Baytown Johnson, Drenda Anne, San Benito Johnson, Janet Milanne, Brenham Johnson, Michael Ray, Austin Johnson, Robert Joseph, Austin Jones, Bonnie Mae, San Antonio Jones, Gary D., Longview Jones, I. Elizabeth, Baytown Jones, Linnea Elizabeth, Dallas Jones, Nicholas Lee, Baytown Jones, Sherry Kay, Paris Jordan, Anne Corrigan, Dallas Jordan, John William, Corpus Christi Junge, Ann Elizabeth, Austin Jurecka, Paul Dean, Houston Kaminski, Bonnie Jean, Houston Kaplan, Gail Yvonne, Alexandria, La. Karcher, Kay Lee, San Antonio Kaskie, Jay Clark, LaMarque Keach, Sam Fore, Austin Kee, Karen, Big Spring Keith. Barbara Abbot, Brownwood Kelfer, Elaine Janis, San Antonio Kelley, Kathleen K., Ft. Worth Kelley, Margaret Ann, El Paso Kelly, Robert O., San Antnio Kemper, Karen Elise, Houston Kendall, Dorothy I., Karnes City Keppler, Barbara Ann, San Antonio Kessler, James Lee. Houston Kettler, David Burton, Rowena Kieke, Karen Ann, Austin King, Janet Irene, Houston King, Kitty Carolyn, Freeport Kinney, Jan, Houston Kirkland, Clem L.. Jr., Menard Kirkpatrick, William R., Taylor Klingman, Betty L., Amarillo Knight, Patricia Beth, Dallas Knopf. Candace E., Dallas Koehl, Sharon Darleen. San Antonio Koepnick, Norman Glenn, Palestine Koger, Thomas John, Austin Kolb, Anne Elaine, LaMarque Kowert, Nancy Louise, Fredericksburg Kuenstler, Rulene, Bellaire Kulp, Marybeth, Houston Kuperman, Lester H., Brerkenridge LaBaume, Linda Beth, Pecos Lamb, Jack J.. Jr.. Plainview Lambert, David Roy, Garland Lambert, Robert Weslev, Midland Lamm, Jerry T., Garland Lamson. Donald William, Dallas Large, Timothy, Joseph, Houston Laufer, Martha Jean, Kilgore Lavender. Karen Jean. Hillsboro Law, Ljnn R.. Houston i, Margaret Christine, Buda ach, Donald Edward, San Antonio Leach. Linda D., Houston it ?f lllL mim Wmmm _ JB$ ' " " O ) Page 608 CLASS OF 1967 Leaton, Johnny Arthur, Dallas Lee, Cheryl Kay, Austin Lee, Nancy Alice, Victoria Lehto, Axel E., North Tarrytown, N. Y. Leonard, Justina Jane, Houston Leong, Richard W., Jr., Bellaire Lequeux, Blayne Stephen, Port Arthur Levey, Arnold Lewis, San Antonio Levy, Marilyn Sue, Galveston Lewis, Carolyn F., Houston Lightfoot, Jr., Robert A., Sweetwater Linker, Beverly Ann, Fabens Littlefield, Judi Carol, Shiner Littlejohn, Elizabeth Ann, Orange Litzler, Lee G., Georgetown Lloyd, Kathryn Ann Dallas Loftis, Cecilia Dinae, Mt. Vernon Logan, Mary Louise, Sweeny Logoyda, Michaelle Elaine, El Paso Lovell, James Dale, Austin Lowdon, Ann Maria, Ft. Worth Lowther, Richard G., Port Arthur Loya, Alfred C., San Antonio Loyd, Linda L., San Antonio Lucas, Baker Steven, Tyler Luksh, Suzanne, San Antonio Lunday, Patricia Lee, Denver, Colo. Lundquist, Paul Richard, Mt. Carroll, 111. Luterman, David Lynn, Dallas Lyons, James Harry, Houston Mac Inerney, Lainey, Galveston Madera, Mary Fay, Louise Magers, Robert Carroll, Breckenridge Magoulrk, Ann Louise, Jacksonville Maier, Catherine Carol, Houston Makela, Robert G., Dallas I f Malik, Frank Gustav, Jr., Beaumont Margolis, Barry Howard, Houston Margolis, Teri Lyn, Shawnee Mission, Kans. Marlatt, Gail, Pasadena Marquess, Jennie Webb, Wharton Marsh, William Henry, III, Tyler Marshall, Carol May, Dallas Marshall, Schuyler Bailey, El Paso Martin, Judy Marilyn, Jacksonville Martin, Lynn, Houston Martin, Martha Louise, Comfort Mash, Kenneth E., Kilgore Mason, James Lowell, III, Dallas Matocha, Ignac R., Jr., Freeport Matthews, Betty Caryl, Pasadena Maufrais, Becky, Austin May, Kathleen Diane, San Antonio Mayden, Richard Wiley, Corpus Christi Mayo, Joe McGee, Jr., Henrietta Maxcey, Jimmy Paul, Houston Maxham, Robert Charles, San Antonio Maxwell, Malcolm, Houston Mayer. Larry Donald, LaGrange McBride, Michael Harris, Dallas McBurnett, Sherrye Ann, Dallas McCarver, Larry E., Corsciana McCasland, Michael M., Big Spring McCauley, Lloyd Ray, Bomarton McCoy, Donald Wayne, Naples McCrea, Llewellyn Wentworth, II, Odessa McEvoy, Jonathan, Chase, Jr., Hempstead McFarling, Harry William, Austin McGehee, Jo Carol, Dallas McGregor, Mary Frances, Lampassas McLendon, Judith Ann, Longview McMullin, Penny, Houston McNabb, Judy R., Corpus Christi McPherson, Lydia Gail, Waco Meador, John Manning, Whitewright Meador, Robert D., Dallas - Mehrens, Sally Ann, Columbi Mellenbruch, Mary Ann, Austin SOPHOMORES Mermelstein, Ellen, Tyler Merrick, John Blake, Jr., Weatherford Metcalf, Susan P., Belton Milankow, William F., Norristown, Pa. Miller, Connye V., Graham Miller, Gary Wayne, Taylor Miller, L. Lynn, Baytown Milliger, Sylvia Annette, Houston Milstein, Howard Roy, Longview Miltner, Robert A., Dallas Minis, Charles Arthur, Hereford Minis, Robert Wayne, Houston Mitchell, Glen Austin, Dallas Mitchell, Susan, Houston Monday, Dorothy Jean, Bishop Monroe, Thomas R., Houston Montgomery, John Marlin, Bryan Mooney, Alice Darlene, Austin Mooney, Fred E., Austin Mooney, Kathryn Joan, Wichita Falls Moore, Fred Barry, Hamlin Moore, Gary Douglas, Tulsa, Okla. Moore, John Howard, Midland Moore, Ronald Edward, Beeville Moore, Susan Elizabeth, Midland Morgan, David May, Llano Morgan, Ellis Frank, Houston Morgan, Linda Kaye, Kilgore Mosely, Carroll David, Buna Moss, Coila Nell, Llano Mueller, Randolph George, Austin Mueller, Shirley Ann, Austin Muller, Frances Conni, Arlington, Va. Murray Richard Dow, Weatherford Nabours, Larry A., Bridge City Nachlinger, Pam, Freeport Nail, Susan Carol, Littlefield Nalle, George Sampson, III, Austin Neal, Charles C., San Antonio Neely, Warren F., Bellville Neill, Max G., Ft. Worth Neilon, William Joseph, Jr., Dallas Nelson, Harlan Claude, Dalhart Nelson, Mary Ann, Andrews Neuman, Gail Patricia, Belton Newbern, David Thomas, Victoria Newell, Bronwyn, Houston Newton, Carl Davidson, San Antonio Nichols, William Emmett, Bellaire Nicholson, Victoria Elizabeth, Amarillo Nixon, Arlene Gailya, Big Spring Norman, James Lee, Rule Norman, Nancy Ann, San Antonio Norwood, Gyles Richard, Paris Nuessle, Lucille Dee, Midland Nuuttila, Mary Lou, Dallas O ' Bryan, Robert K., Eglin, A.F.B., Fla. O ' Bryant, Julian Wilson, Jr., Galveston Ochse, Amanda Marie, San Antonio Odell, John Stephen, San Antonio O ' Dowd, Milburn, M., Jr., Waco Ohlen.dorf, Thomas A., Lockhart Oldham, Clyde K., Beaumont Oles, Suzanne, Amarillo Oliver, Charles Albert, Ft. Worth Oliver, Olivia Leachman, Dallas Oliver, Sandra Kay, Wahiawa, Hawaii Olsen, Karen Ann, Corpus Christi O ' Neill, Kenneth John, Dallas Onstad, Rockne William, Houston Orange, Tangy, Galveston Orr, Terry Lee, Baytown Orrison, Mary P., San Antonio Orton, Susan J.. Bellevue Osgood, Charles Walter. Orange Paul Rich, Rosenburg John Haynes, Austin Owen, Karen Lee, San Antonio Page 610 CLASS OF 1967 Owens, Margie C., Port Arthur Pace, David Wilson, Alexandria, Va. Paggi, Michael Henry, Austin Parker, William D., Houston Parr, Iva Ben, Friona Parsons, John Charles, San Antonio Parsons, Virginia Sue, Levelland Passman, Donald S., North Hollywood, Calif. Patrick, Jane C., Cleburne Payne, Joe Melvin, Houston Payne, John Bowman, Midland Feet, John Vernon, Houston Penn, Sarah Jane, Austin Penzerro, Rosemarie, South Norwalk, Conn. Perkins, Nancy Elaine, Dallas Perkins, Newton P., Weatherford Pettit, Judy Lynn, Houston Pettit, Mary E., Del Rio Pfefferling, Patricia, San Antonio Pfiester, Sam Lee, Ft. Stockton Philen, Sydney, Lufkin Phillip, Otto, San Antonio Phillips, Harry Todd, Tyler Phillips, Jack R., Harlingen Phillips, James D., Houston Phillips, Sarah Frances, Longview Pihlgren, Roy W., Austin Pipkin, John Raymond, San Angelo Pizzitola, Robert Charles, La Porte Polser, Pamela Corinne, Lewisville Pontello, Diane, Houston Poole, Donna Jeanne, Dallas Porter, Jarvis Holland, Bryan Posey, Curtis Edward Houston Potter, Barbara Elizabeth, Tyler Powell, Pamela Kate, Houston o f Prejean, Wilton Dale, Houston Prendergast, Becky, Marshall Pressler, John Eric, Houston Price, Harold Lanier, Eden Primdahl, Pamela Ethel, Dallas Pritchett, Evelyn Pauline, Austin Provost, O ' Neil Edward, Jr., Austin Rae, David S., Houston Raia, Marianne Frances, Charlotte, N. C. Rail, George Edwin, Jr., San Antonio Ramsey, Theo Ann, Crosby Raney, Robert Ewing, San Antonio Rarey, Louisa G., Austin Ratliff, Billy C., Llano Rawls, Charles Edward, Huntsville, Ala. Ray, Charles A., Ill, Phillips Ray, Travis Earl, Jr., Alvarado Rayburn, Henry Howard, Alvarado Reagan, William Clinton, Harlingen Reaves, Dennis E., Austin Redman, Michael Warren, Burton Reeves, Robert G., Dallas Reichert, Kathryn Louise, New Baden Reiman, Linda Ann, Austin Reinarz, Ronald Bert, Austin Renfro, Patricia Lou, Ft. Worth Renfro, Roger L., Brownfield Renshaw, Wanda Sue, Quinlan Reveley, Sarah Beth, San Antonio Richardson. Aaron Michael. Sanderson Richey, Darnell, Nederland Ridley, Jack Knight, Jr., Abilene Riley, Edwin Price, San Antonio Riley, Richard Aldrich, Austin Ritchey, Keith J., Corpus Christ! Roberts, Dan N., Ovalo Roberts, Owen Lee, Belton Rodgers, Dorothy Sue, Galena Park Roesler, Alvin W., Jr., San Antonio Rogers, Patti Lou, LaMarqu Rogers, Susan Jeanette, Wich Rogoff, Eve Joyce, Dallas Falls Page 611 SOPHOMORES Roland, Patricia Ann, San Antonio Romberg, John William, Port Neches Root, Judy Margaret, Colorado City Rosenbaum, Enid Gail, Houston Ross, Joseph Clay, III, Seymour Roth, Carolyn, San Antonio Rothen, Suzette C., Austin Rountree, Nannette Frances, Waco Rowden, Lonny, Terrell Rowland, Marcella Ruth, Del Rio Rowley, Jo Ann, Austin Royall, Natalie Jan, Dallas Royer, Ronald Wayne, Houston Ruckman, Hugh Bennett, III, Karnes City Rule, John Gary, League City Rumbaugh, Susan Joe, San Antonio Rustin, Gail, San Antonio Rush, Michael R., Talpa Rutherford, Ronald C., Garland Ryan, Julia Katherine, Oslo, Norway Ryan, Patricia Ann, Seguin Saffer, Shelley I., Dallas Sanchez, Marjorie Lee, Rio Grande City Sanders, Janet, Corsicana Sanderson, Paul H., Dallas Sandridge, Elizabeth Sue, Longview San Martin, Roberto, San Antonio Sauer, Linda Lou, Eldorado Sawyer, Ralph E., Palestine Sax, Suzanne Elizabeth, Midland Schaffer, Richard Alan, Corpus Christi Scholl, William Albert, Crowley, La. Schoen, Robert, Austin Schoonover, David Eugene, Austin Schuessler, John Stephen, Seguin Schuller, Frank C., Houston Schumacher, William C., Jr., Orlando, Fla. Scott, John MacNeil, Dallas Seaberry, Linda Dell, Weatherford Seekamp, John Frank, Yokum Segrest, Gerald Wayne, Port Arthur Seidel, Larry A., San Antonio Sewell, Jimmy I., Nocona Shapiro, Mitzi R., Dallas Shaw, Sandra, Seguin Shelton, Diane Patricia, San Antonio Shields, Stephen W., Randolph A.F.B. Shocket, Richard L., San Antonio Shockley, Susan, Ft. Worth Shofner, Michael Thomas, Houston Shoss, Robert Gordon, Wharton Shull, Joe Alan, Houston Siegel, Jane Adele, El Paso Silverstein, Vivian, -Houston Simmons, Clyde Wilton, Jr., Balinger Sims, Marilyn Kaye, Amarillo Singleton, Glen Dale, Bishop Sittig, A. Margaret, Grand Prairie Skipworth. Robert Allison, El Paso Slater, Mary, Lufkin Slayton, Jack Lynn, Andrews Sloan, David Jack, Ft. Worth Small, Martha, New Braunfels Small, Neal Charles, Dallas Smalley, Linda Sue, Pasadena Smart!. William Knox. Beaumont Smith, Dianne V., Baytown Smith, Donna Kay, Lockhart Smith, Gwen Barclay, Dallas Smith, James Robert, Houston Smith, Karen Suzanne, Plainview Smith, Lela Jane. New York, N. Y. Smith, Linda Kay, Austin Smith. Marshall Leroy. Hamlin Smith, Rick Leahy, Belton h, Roger D., San Antonio Smith, Sandra Faye, Houston Smith, Sandra Ilene, Houston Page 61 2 CLASS OF 1967 Smith, Suzanne Carolyn, Bellaire Smith, Virginia Louise, San Antonio Snavely, Judy L., Pinebluff, Ark. Snyder, Judith Ann, Austin Sokolosky, Linda, Houston Solomon, Doris Ann, Monroe, La. Sonnenburg, Barbara Kathryn, Malone Soper, Robin Love, Lufkin Sorenson, Sharon Ann, Groves Southwick, Thomas S., Bellaire Speed, Judy C., Houston Spell, Stanley, Joe, Austin Spiritas, Steven F., Dallas Sponberg, Alan Wayne, Houston Spretz, Garland Wayne, Galena Park Staehely, Alfred, Austin Staley, Jack Carr, Wichita Falls Staller, Richard Martin, El Campo Starling, Sherry Lynn, Monahans Steffens, Craig A., Brady Stelzer, Gary U., Colina Stephens, Tommy Dean, Dallas Stern, Harold Lionel, Jr., Houston Stevens, John Earl, Dayton Stockard, Jan, Houston Stohl, Ellen Christine, Austin Stratton, Jan, Waco Strauss, Martha, Baytown Strickland, Ann C., Houston Stringer, Stephen Charles, Richardson Stroup, Reeda Manning, Big Spring Strubcn, Amanda Felicita, Houston Sutherland, Neal Gerreald, Houston Swanson, Patricia L., Arlington, Va. Swanson, R. Joel, South Houston Tankersley, Lynda Gayle, San Antonio Taylor, Dorothy Louise, Pearland Taylor, Nancy Christine, Dallas Taylor, Sheryl Gayle, Houston Taylor, Terri Lyn, Austin Tedford, Judy Jane, Garland Teel, Harold L., Jr., Corpus Christ! Teeple, Susan Marie, Dallas Templeton, Nancy E., Brady Tesch, Cheryl, Bellaire Tharp, Robert M., Waco Thomas, Don C., El Paso Thomas, Larry J., Kingsville Thomas, Marsha Lenore, El Paso Thomas, Willedee, Pasadena Thomason, Thomas Edward, Centerville Thompson, Kathy L., Ft. Worth Thompson, Gregory Wilkins, Houston Thompson, Jerry Lynn, Houston Thomson, Bobbie Diane. Dallas Thornburrow, Robert Stephen, Paris Thornton, Andrea Leslie, Houston Thorp, Michaele Ann, Abilene Thorpe, Robert Douglas. Corpus Christ! Thrash, Joseph Phil, Lufkin Tobey, David Ncilson, Dallas Tolerton, Raymond C., Arlington, Va. Topek, E. Stanley, Houston Traverso, Daniel John, III, Galveston Travis, Robert C., San Antonio Tucker, Eliot P., Eagle Pass Tucker, Keith Albert, Dallas Tudor, Barbara Jane, El Paso Tumlinson, Kenneth W., Bedford Turicchi, Syl William, Rosenburg Turner, Jack Marston, Houston Turner, Mary S., San Antonio Turner, Tommy Stephen, Robstown Urbanovsky, Donnie R., Caldwell Van Flett, Merry Nell, San Antonio Van Hemert, James M., Houston Van Honse, Thomas Arnold, Dallas Van Vliet, Steven Er Vaughan, Roger S., AustTS Veazey, Victoria Kay, Terrell Page 613 O SOPHOMORES Vogel, Carolyn Ann, Houston Volcik, Leona M., Pottsboro Voss, Edward Charles, III, Phoenix, Ariz. Wagner, Gary Lynn, Austin Waldby, Julia Jane, Berkeley Heights, New Jer. Walker, Clarene Mae, Austin Walker, Edward, S., Wortham Walker, James D., Snyder Walker, Joe Ben, Ft. Stockton Wall, Wilburn C, Marble Falls Wallace, William Mast, Dallas Wallendorf, Patrick Neal, Austin Walsh, Catherine Connel, Baytown Walsh, William Raymond, McAllen Walter, Gail Allen, Abilene Ward, Carol Ann, Dallas Warne, Barbara Ruth, Baytown Warriner, Richard Arthur, Midland Watson, Beverly Ann, Houston Watson, David Gary, Cisco Watson, Gilbert Steve, San Antonio Watson, James E., Jr., Katy Watterson, Suzanne, Bastrop Weaver, Paul Martin, Corpus Christi Webb, David Farnsworth, Amarillo Weekley, Ann, Houston Weil, Bessie Dan, Corpus Christi Weir, Laura Kathryn, Georgetown Weisblat, Harvey Alan, Dallas Weisfeld, Irvin Sheldon, Alamo Weissert, John Michael, Dallas Welch, James Douglas, Lake Charles, La. Welch, Ronald Jay, Dallas Wendorf, Rosemary, Corsicana Werner, Michael Paul, Houston Werst, John James, Big Lake West,. Hugh N., Ill, Amarillo Westerburg, Robert A., Lubbock Westheimer, Donald Nagel, Houston Wheeler, Raymond L., Jr. Denton Wheless, Chester L., Jr., Corpus Christi White, Karen G., San Antonio White, Linda C, Mineral Wells White, Sandra Elizabeth, Channelview Whitney, George Foster, Del Rio Wiederhold, Joanne, Houston Wilber, Ethelyn, Houston Wilkie, Sandra Kaye, Baytown Williams, Barbara Lynne, Clinton-Sherman A.F.B., Okla. Williams, James R., Groesbeck Williams, John Lawrence, Bellaire Williams, Joseph Edward, Waco Williams, Milton Craig, LaMarque Williams, Virginia Gail, Houston Williamson, Richard Penn, Austin Wilson, Betty J., LaMarque Wilson, Ethel Lorraine, Brazoria Wilson, Patrick James, Austin Wiltse, A. Lawrence, Henderson Winslett, Frances M., Splendora Wischer, Steve E., San Antonio Witcher, Willye S., Henderson Wittie. Betty Ann, Tyler Wolper, Roddy, Amarilllo Wood, Darrell Wayne, Ft. Worth Wommack, George T., Lake Jackson Woolsey, Wiley George, Georgetown Wright. Beverly Jean, Austin Wright, Carol Sue, Bellaire Wright, Kitty. Houston Wright, Thomas Douglas, Omaha Wroten. Diane, Weslaco Wynne. George Parker, Beaumont iWcer, Francine Eva, El flrt?o Yaryan, Jess Oliver. IIT. Au Austin Y ' . ' lier, John Andrew. Austin Yoiniu, Karl David, Columbus ' tonne, Unlir-it David, Houston Xachar , Jean, Houston nkner, Shirley Gayle, Austin Pace 614 FRESHMEN Page 615 FRESHMEN Abernathy, Lela Jane, Palo Pinto Abney, Patty Louise, Hillsboro Abney, Stephen Frederick, Dallas Abramowitz, David, Denison Abramson, Shirley Elaine, Houston Adamek, Patricia Mary, San Antonio Adams, Romona C., Jasper Adams, Virginia Ann, Austin Adkins, Pamela Gray, College Station Adkins, Rietta Caroline, Houston Aftergut, Myron David, Pampa Ahrens, John L., Corpus Christi Ahrens, Sharon Linn, Dallas Aikin, III, A. M., Paris Akin, Mary Elaine, LaMarque Alexander, Diane Louise, Pasadena Alexander, Robert Paul, Dallas Allen, H. Alton, Houston Allen, Kenneth Warren, Leaday Allen, Nathaniel R., Tyler Allen, Rodney Phillip, San Antonio Allison, Fay Cathryn, Midland Allison, Sharon Irene, Woodville Allison, Willa Kathryn, Houston Alspaugh, Virginia Lanier, San Antonio Alt, John Darby, Deerfield, 111. Amaimo, Anthony Wayne, Beaumont Americus, Abe, Tampico, Mexico Anderson, Andrea Kay, San Antonio Anderson, Hal Nimmo, Gatesville Anderson, Scott Miller, Memphis, . Tenn. Anderson, William Craig, Houston Andrews, Jody Luriene, Grosebeck Andrews, Ronald E., McGregor Andron, Robert Dimitri, Longview Anglin, Andrea Merl, Dallas Anton, Richard Henry, Abilene Armstrong, John Thomas, Jr., Houston Arnold, Billy Max, Ft. Worth Arnold, Jerry P., Bellaire Aronstein, Alan Louis, Houston Arrington, Susan Kay, Groves Ashford, Amanda Jane, Maud Ashworth, Mary Kathryn, Dallas Askins, Jill, San Antonio Atha, Eric James, Chariton, Iowa Athens, Lenny George, Grand Prairie Austin, Carol Ann. Houston Austin, Robert Edward, III, Dallas Autry, Jefferson Wyatt, Waxahachie Autry, Judy Beth, San Antonio Axley, Kay Jeter, Nacogdoches Babb, Mary Ellen, Del Rio Bacon, Susan Marie, Hillsboro Badgley, Jennie Lee, Baytown Bailey, Gloria Carlyn, Berstrom, A.F.B. Bailey, John Scott, II, Stafford Bailey, Patricia Lynn, Beaumont Baird, Ann Cathryn, Ft. Worth Baird, Sharon Darlanda, Dallas Baker, Allan, Mesquite Baker, Martha Ann, Dallas Baker, Susan Teresa, San Antonio Baldwin, Linda Anne, Houston Ball, Lana Jo, Bartlesville, Okla. Ballard, Mary Susan, Harlingen Baltzell, Dorothy, Angeline, San Antonio Barasch, Arlene Lee, Lubbock Barbat, Barbara, Dallas Barg, Robert Dean, Robstown Barkley, Jane, Austin Barnes, Bruce Conway, Houston Barnett, Thomas H., Ill, Ft. Worth Barrett, David Leslie, San Antonio Barrett, Gail, Dallas Barrett. Robert C.. Oxon Hill, Md. Barrington, B. Truman, Jacksboro Barrow, Charles W., San Antonio Barth, Elnora EsteJle, Manor Barton, Julia Ann, Carthage Bartosh, Kathryn Mary, Columbus Bass, Billie Tucker, Hunt Bates,j0tlh R., Gatesville Kathy-Margaret, San Francisco. Calif. 9 2 Page 616 CLASS OF 1968 Bates, Roy Eugene, Colorado City Batie, Beverly L., Austin Bauer, Paulette Gwen, Beeville Baughman, Beryl, Dallas Beaird, Harrell Lee, Mineral Wells Beard, L. Ann, Houston Bearden, Paul Joseph, Bedford, Mass. Beasley, Eleanor Corless, Houston Beaver, Judie Lynn, Queen City Beavers, Lynne Adair, Houston Beavers, N. Joanne, Houston Bechtol, Roy A., Austin Belcher, Madge Elizabeth, Brackettville Belk, Libby, El Paso Bell, Robert Luther, Lufkin Bell, Victoria E., Brownwood Bellamy, Robert Spence, Lampasas Bellnoski, William 0., Ill, Sherman Bender, Michael Louis, Beaumont Bennett, Trudy Lee, San Antonio Benton, Vickie Louise, Longview Berquist, Ronald Edward, Randolph A.F.B. Bergstrom, Joan, Marshall Bernat, Richard Alan, Cincinatti, Ohio Bernstein, Richard Lee, Enid, Okla. Berry ' , Elsie Joan, Palestine Berry, Jimmy Dee, Overton Best, Thomas Adolph, Austin Bierner, Mark William, Dallas Bishop, George Scott, Dallas Bishop, Julie Davis, Dallas Blair, Cheryl Lynn, Houston Blake, Ronald W., Liberty Blankenship, John Charles, Waco Blankenship, John David, III, Houston Blanton, Cheryl Lynn, Sherman Blanton, William T., Carrollton Blume, Eileen Fay, Houston Blume, Martha Kay, Houston Blumrich, Brenda Nell, Houston Boggs, Alice Ann, Dallas Bohn, Bonnie Ann, Wichita Falls II I Boone, Mary Lou, Austin Boortz, Mary Elizabeth, Santa Anna, Calif. Boozer, Katherine L., Randolph A.F.B. Boss, Steven Sprague, Arcadia, Calif. Bostick, Jan Carole, Odessa Boswell, John D., Dallas Bowe, Janie Helen, Mercedes Bowen, John Davis, Cuero Bowers, Patricia Kay, Dallas Boyd, Brenda Carol, Snyder Boyd, Deborah Ruth, Austin Boyd, Lewis Franklin, Dallas Boyd, Scott W., Decatur Boyd, Stephen Orval, Hale Center Boyles, David Howard, Houston Brabham, Robert Edward, Longview Brady, Sally Nell, Midland Brame, Joel Lynn, Sherman Brandner, Susan, Wilmington, Del. Brandon, William R., Dallas Brandt, Robert Lommen, Wharton Brannan, Sharon, Austin Brauner, Lonnie, Jr., Killeen Brennan, Carole Frances, Crystal City Brewer, Jo Ann, Dallas Brigham, Deborah Joyce, Houston Brooke, Linda Sue Sweeney Brooks, Bernard Moses, Jr., San Antonio Brooks, Bonnie, Houston Brooks, Carol Deanne, Breckenridge Brooks, Michael F., McCamey Brooks, Robert Hampton, Abilene Brott, Martha L., Dallas Broussard, Lois M., Winnie Brown, Carol S., Houston Brown, Jennifer Lynn, Three Rivers Brown, John Peyton, Gatesville Brown, Lee Ola, Robstown Brown, Michaele Nan, Houston Brown, Myron Daniel, Deni Brown, Scotty Mac, Sherman Browning, .Annalee, Houston Page 617 FRESHMEN Browning, Mary Shell, Gorman Bryan, James H., Wingate Bryan, John Shelby, Houston Buchele, Michael John, St. Ausgustine Buerschinger, Charles Albert, Hauthton, La. Buesing, Karen Ann, Austin Burgheimer, Martha F., Overland Park, Kans. Burk, Jeff Lynn, Cleveland Burks, Carrie Susan, Bellaire Burkwall, Joyce Aileen, Beaumont Burnett, Jon Earl, Temple Burnett, Tex Ann, Ft. Worth Burnette, Hazel Vernon, Austin Burns, Barbara, Dallas Burns, Jane Sharon, Beaumont Burns, Laura Christine, Dilley Burnside, William Thomas, Jr, Henrietta Burr, Cheryl Ann, San Antonio Burroughs, Janet Carroll, Houston Burrus, Barbara Jayn, Wichita Falls Burton, Steve Nelson, Tyler Butler, Michael, Borger Butler, Steven, Borger Byrd, Judith Kathryn, Austin Byrd, Liza Mott, Houston Cade, William Henry, San Antonio Cadenhead, John T., Ft. Worth Caffee, John J. Lee, Bakersfield, Calif. Cafone, Michele, Ft. Hood Cage, Claude Robert, Eagle Pass Calhoun, Sharon Elizabeth, Marshall Callaway, Sharon, Longview Cameron, Mila Kathleen, Point Comfort Campbell, Justin Marvin, Port Arthur Campbell, Martha Carole, Waco Capps, John T., Wilmer Cargill, John Channell, Ft. Worth Carl, Stanford Jack, St. Louis, Missouri Carlock, Gretehen, Honey Grove Carney, Brenda Sue, Baytown Carpenter, Scott Sutherland, Washington, D.C. Carr, Anne Margaret, Dallas Carr, Roseanne, Dallas Carrington, Ilene Patricia, Mexia Carson, John H., San Antonio Carter, David Ray, Dallas Carter, Gilbert Bruce, San Antonio Carter, Kathleen Jane, Arlington, Va. Carter, Nancy, Dilley Carter, Robert A., Ft. Worth Cashion, Brownie Sue, Austin Casteter, Don William, Seguin Castillo, Daniel T. Corpus Christi Castle, Rita Regina, Austin Gather, Linda Lee, Ft. Worth Catterton, John H., Arlington Catterton, William Thomas, Arlington Chandler, Carole A., San Antonio Chastain, Mary Margaret, Dallas Chattaway, John Scott, Dallas Cheeves, Barbara Ann, Austin Childs, Robert Wood, Mineral Wells Childs, William L., Ill, Houston Chiodo, Anthony James, Houston Chote, James Benjamin, Austin Chude, Nancy Marie, Needville Church, Walter Lee, Houston Clampit, Linda Sue, Elgin Clare, John Kelly, Dallas Clare, Nancy, Ft. Worth Clark, Charles B., San Antonio Clark, Cynthia, Dallas Clark, Elizabeth Marie, Temple Clark, Frederick Cavanaugh, Austin Clark, Johnathan, H., Dallas Clark, Kelly Morgan, Carlsbad, N. Mex. Clark, Steven Ray, Austin Clarke, Robert T., Houston Clay, Lee Ashton, Alvarado Cleland, Margaret Brown, Houston ClementPeggy Lynn, Brownwood Lea, Bryan Ilubb, Fred Jeff, Ft. Worth Coffey, Clarence W., New Orleans, La. Page 618 CLASS OF 1968 Cohen, Barbara Jean, San Angelo Cohen, Julie Ann, Houston Cohen, Sandra Carol, Houston Cohn, Kathy Ann, Houston Coker, Jane Darden, Temple Coleman, Evelyn S., Austin Coleman, Sherman T., Corpus Christ! Collidge, Jimmy Ray, Longview Collie, Robert M., Houston Collins, E. Elizabeth, Austin Collins, Michael S. Corpus Christi Collins, Ronald Kent, Dallas Colyer, Carol Ellen, Brownwood Conley, William Gustavus, IV, Pampa Conly, John T., San Antonio Connally, John Bowden, III, Austin Connor, Thomas Hill, Houston Converse, Robert Gerald, Houston Cook, Joyce Lucas, Longview Cooke. Walter Clay, Ingleside Coppedge, John Ronald, Cuero Corbin, Sandra Jeanne, Dallas Corson, Robert A., Galena Park Cotropia, Charles Samuel, Hearne Cotton, Evelyn Janet, Houston Couch, Stuart Walton, Dallas Coughlin, Kay, Dallas Cox, Donald W., Galena Park Cox, Martha Edgerton, Midland Craig, Donald Laurence, Ft. Worth Craig, Gary Brian, Houston Cramer, Thomas Marshall, Houston Crane, Anne Louise, Austin Crawford, Terry Sue, Galveston Crawley, Benigene, Odessa Creed, James Bennett, Port Arthur Crim, E. F., Henderson Crisp, Norman Glenn, Edna Crocker, Dennis James, Angleton Crofts, Sandra Kay, Johnson City Cromer, Cheryl, Austin Crook, Carol Jean, Houston i Crouch, Frances Kay, Madisonville Crow, Heather Anne, McAllen Crowley, Sandra Kay, Scott A.F.B., 111. Cude, Kay Ellen, Beeville Gumming, Thomas N., San Antonio Cunningham, Cynthia, Temple Cure, James 0., Pittsburg Curry, Mickey Dale, Abilene Cybulski, Mitchell John, Dallas Cyrus, Cinda Lynne, Houston Cytron, Sandra Gail, University City, Missouri Dabney, Susan Lynn, San Angelo Dagley, Deborah Frances, Houston Daleo, Jo Ann Theresa, Beaumont Dana, Nancy Lothaine, Dallas Daniel, Janice L., San Antonio Daniely, Carol Jean, Dallas Danner, Arthur Vincent, Jr., Darien, Conn. Darling Joyce, Port Arthur Daross, James A., El Paso Darphin, Nancy Lelia, Dallas Darwin, Judith Diane, Odessa Daugherty, Paul Evan, Houston David, Glenda Lanell, Ft. Dix, New Jer. Davidson, Linda F., Montgomery, Ala. Davila, Victor R., Jr., McAllen Davis, Adrian Averil, Crockett Davis, Carolyn Sue, Austin Davis, Cynthia Anne, Lampasas Davis, Daryl Neal, Houston Davis, David Michael, Odessa Davis, Earl Dwane, Jr., Houston Davis, Gerald Steven, Austin Davis, Gloria Jan, San Antonio Davis, Ingrid, Dallas Davis, Jack Russell, San Antonio Davis, Larry, Dallas Davis, Rebecca Ann, Amarillo Davis, Ruth Dianne, Marshall, Dawson, Dennis Lee, Richar Day, John Marcus, Longview Dean, Sharon Lee, Houston Page 619 O | r M.ttM FRESHMEN De Gress, Sharon Kay, Austin De lorio, Sharyn Jeanne, San Benito Deison, Peter V., Conroe Delahoussaye, Darrell Raymond, Austin Delaney, Bailey Peyton, Port Arthur Deneke, Marilyn Sue, Mt. Vernon Dennis, Mary Lorene, Richardson Denson, Susan Ellen, Houston De Palermo, Tommy Richard, Dickenson De Petris, Gloria A., Austin De Petris, Joseph Francis, Jr., Austin Derrick, Mavoureen, Houston Devereaux, Betty Jean, Houston Dewhurst, Eugene Harris, Houston Dial, Richard Alan, Palestine Dickson, Judith Ann, Houston Dill, Thomas Scott, Houston Dillon, Molly Sharon, Pharr Dodd, Jacqueline, Sherman Dodson, Mildred Gay, Garland Doering, Mary E., Groves Donham, Charles Franklin, Little Rock, Ark. Donosky, Irvin Nachum, Dallas Dorf, Eugene Craig, Austin Dornbluth, Nella Carol, Irving Dossey, Sylvia June, Houston Douglas, Donna Kay, Dallas Driscoll, Arlen M., Houston Driscoll, Barbara Nell, Devine ' Droitcourt, Jack J., Ft. Worth Du Bois, James Hugh, Waco Dubose, Carolyn Jean, Gonzales Ducker, William Lyon, Lubbock Dudley, Barbara, Corpus Christi Duke, William Frederick, College Station Duncan, James Michael, Dallas Duncan, Scott C., Austin Dunkle, Michael Ross, San Antonio Dunn, Sam Edward, Orange Duran, Mary Ann, Henderson Duree, Deborah Dianne, Calgary, Canada Durham, Richard Shelley, Ft. Worth Durley, Felicia Yvonna, Dallas Dyer, Charles L., Dallas Dyer, Peggy Lynn, Amarillo Dykstra, Jerald P., Iowa Park Eads, Ronald Dale, San Antonio Ebeling, Marilyn Kay, Round Mt. Edmonds, Sara Ann, Austin Edwards, James David, Sweetwater Edwards, Robert Alan, Dallas Edwards, Thomas J., Torrance, Calif. Edwards, Velvet, Texarkana Efron, Alan Paul, Houston Eggert, Carol Kay Mathis Eiche, Karen Jane, Tyler Eidman, Dan Kelly, Houston Eifler, Clayton Wentworth, Austin Eisenberg, Sandra Jean, San Antonio Eisenstein, Ann S., San Antonio Eldridge, Gail, Beaumont Elich, John Michael, Abilene Ellis, Joe Neal, Ft. Worth Endrele, Beverly Kay, Houston Ennis, Virginia Ann, Houston Ensley, Sharon K., Iraan Entzminger, Dorothea Jean, Houston Epstein, Victoria An, Temple Erben, Candyce Gay, San Antonio Erdmann, Richard F., San Antonio Erwin, Robert Wilson, II, Corpus Christi Erwin, Thomas Walter, III, Corsicana Estes, Carolyn Frances, Port Arthur Estes, Mary Carmen, Plainview Estes, Terry Alan, Pasadena Etter, Craig Griffin, San Antonio Evans, Donald L., Houston Faickey, Robert Francis, Angleton Failor, Patricia, Houston Farber, Sandra M., Anahuac Far WT Thomas Boyd, Odessa airies, David, Carruth, Houston Faseler, John Roy, Bay City Faulkner, Benjamin Carl, Pampa Page 620 CLASS OF 1968 Feldman, Sheryl Sandra, Dallas Felts, Elizabeth J., Bushline Fender, Harris Roberts, Tyler Fenstermaker, Mary Rowena, San Antonio Fenton, Joan Barbara, Corpus Christi Ferguson, John Gary, Waxahachie Fette, Linda Joy, Houston Feuerbacker, Judy Gail, Manor Fields, Janet Fay, Junction Fields, Janet S., Dallas Fife, Marilyn, Tyler Fincher, Charles P., San ' Benito Fincke, Anne Elizabeth, Houston Finegold, Alan J., Beaumont Finkle, Brenda Joy, Kansas City, Missouri Finley, Wayne M., Houston Fireman, Howard Albert, Waco Fisher, Mikel Jean, Ft. Leavenworth, Kans. Fisherman, Judy Gayle, Houston Fishero, John David, Beaumont Fitch, Linda Gail, San Antonio Flack, Kate Tarry, Houston Fleming, George Matthews, Texas City Flodin, Karen Kristina, San Antonio Flynn, Nancy J., Dallas Fogerty, Edwin Arthur, Houston Follett, Margaret Dollie, El Paso Ford, Jane Blake, Houston Ford, John Edward, Lubbock Ford, Laura Dean, LaMarque Ford, Michael James, Wichita Falls Ford, Simon Estwick, Dallas Forshey, Leo Hadley, Jr., Seabrook Foster, Jane Louise, Houston Foster, Kelly Miller, Jr., Austin Fraker, Constance, Ft. Worth Franke, Johanna, Odessa Franklin, Patricia Kay, Poteet Franks, Cleve D., Port Lavaca Freeman, Larry Charles, Grand Prairie Freeman, Ronald Phil, San Antonio French Bonnie Kay, Houston Page 621 Frensley, Joan Elaine, Houston Frost, M. Helen, Jasper Frutcher, Judy Ellen, Austin Fry, Sara Diane, Austin Fry, Zeta Virginia, Dallas Fulbright, Sheila Suzanne, Victorja Fullilove, Priscilla L., Houston Furstenberg, Judy A., Dallas Gallagher, Sheila Elizabeth, Dallas Gallian, David Alan, Midland Galvin, Sally Ann, Pacific Palisades, Calif. Garcia, Lawrence, San Antonio Garcia, Olga Jo, Falfurrias Garfinkle, Richard S., Houston Garner, Judith Ann, Dallas Garner, Mariann E., Ft. Worth Garrett, L. Bruce, II, Midland Garrett, Sharon S., Austin Gent, Nancy K., Austin George, Florence, Waco George, James Collin, Brownsville George, Richey Lee, Fisk Gerchsheimer, Heidi, E. Bernard Gerson, Teri Margaret, Houston Gerth, Virginia, Tarsana, Calif. Gewertz, Beverly, Alexandria, La. Ghormley, John C., Throckmorton Gibbs, Mary Margaret, College Station Gibbs, Michael F., Belton Gilliam, Anne L., Dallas Gilmore, Marlee, Edinburg Glascock, Carol, San Antonio Glass, Dorothy Jean, Houston Glenn, Sally, Dallas Glickman, Martha Ann, Big Spring Goenne, Arline Lois, San Angelo Goerner, Herbert J. Jr., San Antonio Goetz, Curtis George, San Augustine Goldberg, Evelyn, Laredo Goldblum, Peter Benjamin, Port Arthur Goldenblaum, Jonathan, HousfMM Goldstein, Alan Lyn, Dallas FRESHMEN Goodman, Betty Susan, Dallas Goodman, Carol Lee, Houston Goodman, John C., Houston Goodman, Judy Carol, New York, N. Y. Goodwin, Ernest Lamar, Lampasas Goodwin, Joseph W., Jr., New Orleans, La. Goodwin, Robert Phillip, Longview Gordon, Jill Anne, Cleburne Gordon, Judy Ella, Houston Gordon, Sandra G., Houston Grady, Elaine A., Las Vegas, Nev. Grammer, Jerry Richard, Dallas Graves, Harriet Lee, McKinney Gray, Lynda, Harlingen Gray, William Charles, Houston Green, Charles Campbell, III, Midland Green, Richard Neal, Ferris Green, Susan, Massapequa Park, N. Y. Green, William Campbell, Houston Greenfield, Ann, Temple Greenfield, Patricia Faye, Houston Gregory, Nancy Helen, Pensacola, Fla. Greve, John Bachman, Houston Griffin, Rita A., Dallas Griffis, Cheryl R., Houston Griffith, Patricia Ann, San Antonio Grigsby, Jimmie Mario, Midlothian Grille, Virgina Ellen, Rosenburg Grissom, David Lee, Stamford Grosse, Chris A., Harlingen Grosse, Richard Mark, Randolph A.F.B. Grosshans, Ervin Dietrich, Jr., San Angleo Grote, David Gene, Wichita Falls Grubbs, Jane Kathleen, Columbus Grunder, Sydney Kathryn, Cuero Guerin, Dean William, Dallas Guerra, Olga Deanna, Hebbronville Guinn, Robert Lee, Dallas Gurinsky, Barry Herbert, San Antonio Guthrie, Paul David, San Angelo Guy, Diane Gertrude, Corpus Christi Guy, Patricia Gray, Corpus Christi Gwaltney, Delia Lynn, Thompson Hacker, Alexis, Killeen Hafernik, John Fred, Taylor Hainlipe, Heather Rae, San Antonio Hale, Ford R., Ill, Dallas Hall, Camilla Joyce, Houston Hall, John Richard, Taylor Hall, Ronald William, Abilene Hall, Sandra Marie, Houston Hall, Sharon Kay, Luling Halleck, Elsie Irene, Dallas Hamersmith, Philip Alan, Miami, Fla. Hamilton, Rita Kathleen, Houston Hamner, Susan Jane, San Antonio Hampton, Gloria Ann, Ft. Worth Hancock, Warren Douglas, Houston Hanna, Margaret, Austin Hansen, Clarence N., Jr., Laredo Harari, Marty, Dallas Hargis, Jane Biedenharn, San Antonio Haraughty, Mary Margaret, Corpus Christi Hardwick, Robert V., McKinney Hargrove, Robert Allen, Dallas Harkins, James Patrick, San Antonio Harrell, Jack Boyd, Houston Harris, Beverly Claire, Austin Harris, Cameron Chapman, Beaumont Harris, Dale Andrew, Amarillo Harris, Darlene Faye, Pasadena Harris, Herbert S., Midland Harris, Kenneth D., Harlingen Harris, Mary Ned, Corpus Christi Harrison, Rosanne Violet, Alleyton Harsch, Steven Terrance, Austin Hart, Linda Leona, Kempner Hart, Richard Hood, Abilene Hartley, Jennifer Ann, College Station Hartman, Sarah Ann, Silsbee Hartong, Alice Kay, San Antonio " tiTa S., Dallas . Ann Elizabeth, Dallas Harvey, Donnie Joe, Sherman Page 622 p B fi lit ' a D 11 p ? , V ' CLASS OF 1968 Haschke, Harriett Jane, Austin Hastings, Gary, Dallas Hatton, Ernest Carter, Lubbock Haun, Jane Arian, Kingsville Hawkins, Nancy Lee, San Antonio Hayes, Carol Jane, Austin Hayes, Judy Anne, El Paso Haygood, Bryan Keith, Mesquite Haynes, Christopher, Wichita Falls fiaynes, Lenora Claire, Houston Hays, Lora Ann, Freeport Hazlewood, Thomas Calvin, Ft. Worth Heinzen, Mary Frances, Houston Heller, Janene Sharon, Wichita, Kans. Helm, George Wayne, Bellaire Helwick, Louis David, Dallas Hemphill, John David, Houston Henderson, John Charles, Frost Henderson, Molly, Dallas Hendricks, Karen, Texarkana Henry, Ernest David, Rockdale Henry, Mary Susan, Liberty Henry, Rita Lynn, Houston Hensley, Dolly Jeanne, Fredericksville Henson, Kathy, Houston Herman, Robert Mack, Ft. Worth Herren, Marilee, Houston Herring, Katina, Pleasanton Herrington, Michael Shane, Clarksville Hester, Kathleen M., Amarillo Hester, Thomas R., Carrizo Springs Hetherington, David Carvey, Ft. Worth Hewitt, Cynthia Jean, Houston Hibler, Peggy Diane, Austin Hickam, Dow Beaman, II, Houston Hickey, Michael J., Dallas Hicks, James Frederick, Corpus Christi Hicks, Thomas Ollis, Port Arthur Hieronymus, Robert, Darien, Conn. Higgins, B. Kathy, El Paso Higgins, Judith Kay, Beaumpnt Higgins, Lowell Thomas, Austin Higgins, Nancy Craig, Sherman Higley, Barbara Ruth, Austin Hill, Carl Clifton, El Paso Hill, Carol Jeane, San Antonio Hillegeist, Dianne Lanelle, Houston Hilliard, Chris Lawrence, Pasadena Hilty, Dee Lane, San Antonio Hines, John Douglas, Randolph A.F..B Hinrichs, John F., Jr., Houston Hinton, Lucy Carolyn, Gonzales Hodell, Jonathan Carter, Houston Hodnett, Grace Ann, Nederland Hoerman, Juanice Velma, McDade Hoff, Victoria, Houston Hoffman, Alan Michael, Austin Hoffmaster, Vance DeForest, Edinburg Hoke, Hannah, Dallas Holden, Cynthia M., San Antonio Holditch, David Roy, Houston Holladay, Jack W., Port Arthur Holland, James Hughie, Beaumont Holland, Libby Harriet, Wharton Hohnes, Mary Kathryn, Austin Holmsley, Susan Lee, San Antonio Holshouser, Charles A., Jr., San Antonio Holubec, Barbara Ann, Austin Hood, Michael J., Houston Hooks, III, Charles Guy, Tomball Hooper, Paula Kathryn, Henderson Hooser, Mary Lou, Dallas Hornany, Katrina Najeeba, Archer City Horn, Alice Susan, Waco Horn, Phyllis, Jo, Corpus Christi Hornick, Gloria Jean, Houston Horton, Sheri Jean, Dallas Houser, Alan Randolph, San Antonio Houser, Richard E., Austin Housman, Helen Louise, El Paso Houston, Elizabeth Ann, Dallas Howard, Susan, Houston Howie, Carol Ann, Terrelll Howie, Judy Jan, Terrell Page 623 FRESHMEN Hubbard, Carol Ann, Ft. Worth Hubbell, James Paul, Dallas Huddleston, Ann, Austin Huddleston, B. Glenn, Dallas Hudgins, Constance Elizabeth, Houston Hudson, Annette Marie, Longview Hudson, David M., Dallas Hudson, Lee, Mission, Kans. Hudson, Vickie Lynn, Austin Hufford, Sherry Kay, Pleasanton Hughes, John Bundy, Houston Hulan, Charles Robert, Austin Hull, Holiday, Houston Hulsey, Robert Allen, Terrell Humphrey, Dorothy Ann, Dallas Hunley, Carolyn Diane, Austin Hunt, William C., Stephenville Hurley, Patricia Ann, Arlington Hurrell, Ellen Barbara, Houston Hurt, Marion, Dallas Hutton, Patti Lynn, Austin Hynes, Judith Lee, Dallas Imber, Karen Sue, Ft. Worth Inderman, Robert, Del Rio Irwin, John Francis, Hillsboro Itzkowitz, Stanley, Dallas Jackson, Anita Dianne, San Antonio Jackson, Lynnell, Carthage Jackson, Steven R., Wichita Falls Jacobs, Sidney, Dallas Jacobson, Ellen Jo, Waco Jameson, James Garrett, Dallas Janecek, Susan, San Antonio Janik, Caroline Evelyn, Austin Jelen, Janet, Ft. Worth Jenkins, Caroline Ann, Austin Jensen, Yvonne Marie, Houston Jergenson, Scotty L., Darrouzett Jeschke, Beverly Diane, Miles Johnson, Annie Lamar, Liberty Johnson, Diane Ruth, Austin Johnson, Dwight Winslow Johnson, Elizabeth, Dallas Johnson, Joyce Leslie, Houston Johnson, June Fay, Austin Johnson, Kenneth Robert, Houston Johnson, Laura Anne, Burkburnett Johnson, Mary Kathryn, Austin Johnson, Richard Barry, Wichita Falls Johnson, Robbye Ann, Dallas Johnson, Sarah Ann, Corpus Christi Johnston, Karen Eliza ' beth, Dallas Jones, Catherine, Paris Jones, Doris Marie, Ft. Worth Jones, Elizabeth Ann, Weslaco Jones, Elizabeth Sanford, Houston Jones, Joetta Jessica, Dallas Jones, Mary Leta, Diana Jones, Sarah Sue, Waco Jones, Stephen James, Odess Jones, Suzanne Lynn, Washington, D. C. Jones, Trudy Lynn, McCamey Jonson, William Richard, Temple Jonte, George D., Orange Jordan, Gary K., Hico Jordan, Janice Ruth, Liberty Jordan, Jay Allan, Austin Jostes, Nancy Lynne, Beeville Julian, Suzanne Curtis, Austin Juncker, Walter Kurt, Beaumont Junell, William Edward, Houston Kaase, Robert Paul, Houston Kalmans, Gene Lynn, Houston Kasten, Katherine Mary, Ft. Worth Kateley, Judith Ann, Dallas Katz, Walda Mayer, New Orleans, La. Kay, Barbara Elaine, Dallas Keck, Carolyn Joan, Seal rook Keel, Karen Daphne, Austin Keilin, Sara Elizabeth, Houston Keith, Layton Blain, Ft. Worth Krlluupli, Chris l.cah, Houston Kelly, Robert Everette, Austin Kelly, Robert William, Port Lavaca i Page 624 CLASS OF 1968 Kemp, Dorcas Suzanne, Houston Kemper, Donald W., Houston Kennedy, James Michael, Honolulu, Hawaii Kennedy, Jan Irene, Curundu, Panama Canal Zone Kerman, Sharyn Joy, San Antonio Kerr, Michael Edgar, San Francisco, Calif. Kilgore, Sharon Ruth, Groesbeck Kimbrough, Jackie M., Tyler Kinard, William Latz, El Campo King, Jerrell Lawrence, Corpus Christi King, Jerry Haskell, Dallas King, Michael L., Austin Kinney, Sandra Leah, Pasadena Kinsel, Mary Kay, Three Rivers Kiser, Lawrence Stephen, Indianapolis, Ind. Kistler, Louise, Dallas Kleck, Nancy L.. San Antonio Klein, Milow H., Tomball Kleinman, Harrell Marc, San Angelo Kliewer, Carol A., Phillips Knight, John Burton, Dallas Knowles, Roger William, Austin Koerth, Robert Lee, Jr., Garland Kohn, Lawrence S., Dallas Kopecky, Albert Charles, Taylor Korby, Steven Lyle, Hopewell, Va. Kreditor, Patricia Dale, Dallas Krier, Joseph R., Denison Krueger, Janis Louise, Houston Kuper, Charles Allsion, Jr., San Antonio Lacey, Michael Allen, Amarillo Lallier, Lauren Lois, Dallas Lamb, Roger Wayne, Weatherford Lambrecht, Mark David, Austin Lamkin, Mary Lea, Simonton Landers, Michael Carl, Longview Landua, Jeffry D ' Later, Midland Landwehr, Richard Lee, Ft. Worth Lane, Carol Neal, Houston Lane, Evelyn, Ft. Worth Langston, Jimmy Alf, Longview Lanier, Becky Jo, Houston Lanier, Nancy Carol, Austin Lanius, Peggy Marie, Dallas Larson, Nancy Jean, Houston LaRue, Nancy Parsons, Jackson, Miss. Lasik, Sharon Ann, Houston Lattimore, Lyda Lynn, McAllen Lawrence, Connie, Goliad Leach, Katherine Anne, Baytown Leal, Raymond Robert, Laredo Leaton, Lucy Ann, Houston LeBlanc, Donna Marie, Port Arthur Lederer, John Bouton, Ft. Worth Lee, Mancill Grant, Ballinger Lee, Nancy Kay, Mineral Wells Leeper, Jean Christine, Midland LeFevre, Larry Kent, Henrietta Legett, Carol Lynn, Houston Leggett, Cynthia Anne, Austin Lehman, Carol A., Houston Lequeux, Diane Rochelle, Port Arthur Lerner, Karen Anne, Ft. Worth Lester, Merlin B., Cameron Lester, Sandra Louise, Houston Levi, Joan E., Houston Lewis, Bonnie Sue, Ft. Worth Lewis, Cheryl Ann, Houston Lewis, Connie Lou, Ft. Worth Lewis, Martha Cecile, Dallas Lewis, Mary, El Paso Ligarde, Janelle Alise, Laredo Lindner, Jo Ellen, Beaumont Lindsay, Randee Jane, San Antonio Lindsey, Joann, Dibole Linsley, Dwight Les, Peoria, 111. Lipinsky, Susan Kaye, Austin Lipkin, Mary Glenn, Houston Lipp, Sandra Jane, Houston Lipscomb, Richard Lee, Nocona List, Suzanne, Dallas Little, Patricia Ann, Borger. Littleton, Nancy Ann, Weatherfon Loar, Robert Lester, Newton, I Page 625 ft j H " i o o r n In ilik j ' O ' FRESHMEN Loftis, Nancy Gray, Longview Long, Joe D., Bastrop Long, Pamela Ann, Port Arthur Long, William F., Belton Loomis, Lynn Celia, Longview Lovett, Michael Francis, Austin Loving, Nola June, Humble Low, David A., Iowa Park Lowe, Dana C., Pleasanton Lowther, John A., Jr., Fort Worth Loyd, Frank, Dallas Lucas, Mary Susan, Houston Luke, Edward A., Fort Worth Luke, Gerald Douglas, Fort Worth Luksa, James Lee, Rosenburg Lundquist, Jean, Dallas Luttrell, Donald D., Dallas Lyles, Ruth Gay, Austin Lytle, Charles Gerald, San Antonio Maberry, Michael Reginald, Lufkin Machiniak, Kathleen Jo, Grand Prairie MacMaster, Benzel C., Dallas Mac Naughton, Jamie Ann, Palestine Magliolo, Albert Matthew, League City Maness, Sandra Kay, Beaumont Mankovsky, Sandra Jean, Dallas Manson, Arthur James, III, Gonzales Mapel, Jameson Miller, El Paso Mapes, Julie Ann, San Antonio Marinis, Susan, Midland Markley, Anne, Beaumont Markley, Michael M., Austin Marlatt, Terry Lee, Austin Marshall, Elsie Odessa, Houston Marshall, Katherine Lee, Port Arthur Martin, Arlene Mary, Houston Martin, Marilyn, Del Rio Martin, Mary Emilee, Beaumont Martin, Mary Lucille, Mexia Martin, Nancy Ann. Dallas Martin, Quentin Ware, Houston Martin, Raymond John, Wichita Falls Martindale, John Michael, New Boston Marwitz, Gary Louis, Evant Massey, Grady William, Harlingen Matthews, Robert Ray, San Angelo Matthews, Susan Jean, Corpus Christ! Matthews, Verner Sue, Eagle Lake Matzinger, John Delmo, Graham Mauldin, Gail Ann, Abilene Mavropoulis, Linda Kay, Austin Maxey, William Travis, Waco Maxwell, Janice Lee, Corpus Christ! Maxwell, Nancy Lynn, Amarillo May, William Lee, Houston Mayer, Cheryl Lynn, San Antonio Mayer, Maxine Ada, Helena, Arkans. Mayes, Barbara Louise, San Antonio Mayes, Judy Marchelle, Fort Worth Mazur, Janis Irma, San Antonio McAdams, Carol Jane, Fort Worth McAllister, Martha Lou, Culver, Ind. McAlpin, Kenneth Courtenay, Houston McBrine, John Larson, Austin McCallister, Vicki Lynn, Meadow McCally, George E., McKinney McCaskill, Douglas H., Houston McCausland, Nita Lynn, San Antonio McClamroch, David Robert, Shreveport, La. McClure, James F., Richardson McClure, Mary Lee, Midland McCluskey, Bonnie Rae, Austin McCollum, Shirley Jean, Dallas McCollum, William S., Richardson McCown, Michael Dewitt, Houston McCoy, Charlotte Opal, Bay City McCullough. Linda Nanette, ' Midland McDaniel, James Ray, El Paso McDuffie, Linda Lee, Houston McEnery, Beth Ellen, Arlington McFeeley, Sharon Hilary, Fort Worth McGhcj -Robert H., Old Greenwich, Conn. , nothlin, Martha, Mesquile icGovern, Frank P., San Antonio . n Page 626 CLASS OF 1968 Mclntire, Doris Lynn, San Antonio Mclntosh, Martha Louise, Abilene Mclntyre, David R., Houston Mclntyre, E. Jean, San Antonio McKay, Gerry Lynn, Houston McKee, Elizabeth E., Ft. Sam Houston McKee, John Stuart, El Paso McKelroy, William Girard, Texas City McKenney, Warren P., jr., Austin McKinley, Patricia An, San Antonio McKinney, Gwendlyn Kay, Irving McLaughlin, James Martin, Dallas McLerran, Calvin Jackson, Dallas McMath, Frances Little, Austin McMillan, Linda, San Augustine McMillan, Richard T., Sonora McMurrey, Candy Ann, West Columbia McNamara, Joseph Bernard, Big Spring McNatt, James W., Alvin McNeill, Dave E., Houston McVey, Lynda Kay, Austin Meek, Donald C., San Antonio Meeker, Betsey Jane, Port Arthur Mehl, Diane Jane, Ft. Worth Mehl, Lawrence Richard, Ft. Worth Meitzen, Virginia Dianne, Refugio Melcher, Muriel Joy, Houston Menger, Barbara Ann, San Antonio Metcalfe, Gwen J., Lafayette, La. Meyers, William Joseph, Atlanta Michelson, Barbara Mary, Dallas Mickelson, Rita Jean, El Campo Middleton, Sharon Rose, Dallas Milam, Charles Ray, Lubbock Millard, Stephanie Anne, Austin Miller, Claire Ann, Houston Miller, Jan A., Huntington Beach, Calif. Miller, Janis Gail, Houston Miller, Kandis Babbette, Sudan Miller, Kenneth Denton, Waco Miller, Rochelle Sandra, Galveston Miller, T. A., Dallas Milne, Kay Janette, Port Lavaca Milstein, Gayl Emily, Midland Minyard, William A.. Ill, Grand Prairie Mitchell, Richard Donald, Houston Mi telman, Michael Everett, Houston Mithoff, Richard Warren, Jr., El Paso Moehlman, Jacqueline Arnauld, Austin Moffitt, Frederick Vincent, San Antonio Molney, Vana Lee, Dallas Moneypenny, James Albert, Schertz Monfrey, Patricia Rose, San Antonio Monkhouse, John Prokop, Houston Montgomery, Joseph Samuel, Angleton Moody, Benjamin Earle, Witchita Falls Moore, Barbara Leigh, Dallas Moore, Curtis E., Dallas Moore, Edward Clark, IV, Dallas Moore, Keith Denver, Port Arthur Moore, Mary Ann, Dallas Moore, Michelle Wyatt, Bellaire Moore, Robert R., Houston Morales, Diane Kay, Houston Morales, Marcia Ann, Houston Morey, John Bryan, Rentoul, 111. Morgan, Jerry L., DeLeon Morgan, Margaret Frances, Lubbock Morrill, Katharine June, Ft. Worth Morris, Gregory Patrick, East Bernard Morris, Judith Louise, San Antonio Morris, Michael David, San Antonio Morris, Sidney Machen, Jr., Tyler Morrison, Carolyn, Huntsville Morrow, Carol Ann, Houston Mosser, Daniel A., McAllen Moulin, Susan Marie, Dallas Mueller, Ann E., Flatonia Muir, R. Douglas, Dickinson Mullins, Dee Ann, San Antonio Munden, Nelda Dian ne, Dallas Murphy, George Stuart, Murphy, Pam A., San Murphy. Sharon Su Page 627 FRESHMEN Myer, Judy L., San Antonio Myers, George Robert, II, Dallas Naber, Nancy, Dallas Naegeli, Jeanette Ann, Waller Nalle, Alan W., Austin Naman, Stephen Lawrence, Houston Naschke, Katherine Campbell, Houston Nasits, Alan Charles, El Paso Nasits, Nancy Ann, Tyler Nauman, Dennis C., Richardson Nebeker, Katherine Noel, Houston Neikirk, Mary Margaret, Ankeny, Iowa Neill, George H., Borger Neilson, Charles Joseph, Houston Nelkin, Leon, Houston Nelson, Dorothy Maureen, Galveston Nelson, Elizabeth J., Port Aransas Nelson, Mary Anne, Gonzales Nelson, Russell Carl, Little Rock, Ark. Neri, Michael Jot, San Antonio Newman, Irvin Melvin, Houston Newman, Paul Wesley, Houston Newton, Kathryn Louise, Houston Newton, Sharon Kay, Dallas Nibblett, Sherry James, Westover A..F.B, Mass. Nichols, John Wylie, II, San Antonio Nieman, Piet Navarro, San Antonio Norris, Phillip Wayne, Dallas Northcutt, Robert D., Houston Northrup, Mary Jane, Austin Novick, Frances Sue, El Paso Nowlin, Cherie Sue, Lake Jackson Obenhaus, Richard Larry, Austin O ' Brien, Thomas Michael, San Antonio O ' Bryan, Margaret Shane, Austin Ocker, Roberta Ann, Robbstown O ' Connor, Tim Pat, San Antonio Offutt, Daniel Stephen, Odessa Ofner, Charles Richter, Corpus Christi Oldham, Gus Ronald, Houston Oliver, Diane, Houston Olivier, Kenneth Clarke, Houston Olivo, John Xavier, San Antonio Olson, Marion Alfred, Jr., San Antonio O ' Neill, Margaret Helen, Houston O ' Neill, William Anthony, II, Houston Orloff, Gary William, Brownwood Oroian, Patricia Anne, San Antonio Osborn, Arthur Frank, Dallas Oswald, Lillian Kathleen, Dallas Otero, Mary Eugene, Austin Ott, David Alan, Ft. Worth Overbeck, Gary Wayne, Hobbs, New Mex. Owens, Carolyn, Ballinger Ozmun, Laura Ann, Dallas Paine, Michael L., Houston Paley, Susan Fawn, Houston Palmer, Charles H., Houston Palmer, Liby An, Port Arthur Pardue, Claude Gene, Port Arthur Parish, Kathryn Lucille, Houston Parker, James Carol, Belton Parker, James H., Dallas Parker, Jeanette Elaine, Houston Parker, June Carol, Houston Parker, Michael D., Amarillo Parkinson, William S., Jr. Dallas Parr, James Edwin, Longview Parr, Mary Kay, Dallas Partlow, Kathy Lynn, Fort Worth Past, Alvin Wallace, El Paso Patrick, Jo Ann, Corsicana Patterson, Priscilla J., Corpus Christi Patterson, Susan Elaine, Houston Pattillo, Martha, Pampa Patton, Alice Ethel, Wharton Payton, Jacqueline Lorraine, Fort Worth Peacock, Edith Ann, Austin Pearre, Sylvia Jean, Weslaco Pearson, Bernard Lee, Austin Pearson, James Charles, Tomball Pearson, LaNette, Houston Pechacek, Betty J., Flatonia Peden, Scott Lee, Houston Pehr. Charles Edward, Houston Pelphrcy, Charles Brant, Austin Penland, Tlclcn Jester, Corsicana Pcnninglciii. Carolui Kli abrtli, Austin Peppcl, Harriet Anne, Austin Pernell, James Herbert, Jr., Dallas Perry, David William, Houston 1 f Page 628 CLASS OF 1968 Perry, JonAnna Kay, Lufkin Perry, Michael John, Odessa Perry, Richard Hayden, Corpus Christi Peterson, Brady, Killeen Peterson, Lynne Frances, Minneapolis, Minn. Peterson, Patricia Ann, Houston Petet, Sara Clarke, Dallas Pettis, Kenneth Rickey, Midland Petty, Leon Louis, Jr., San Antonio Phaneuf, Robert E., Randolph A.F.I?. Phillips, Dabney Carr, Abilene Phillips, Diana G., Baytown Phillips, Robert Mark, Houston Phillips, Thomas Hayes, Beeville Philpott, Marguerite Elizabeth, Beaumont Pierce, Sally Jeannette, Houston Pinchard, Kenneth Ray, Livingston Piperi, Sharon Ann, Galveston Pipkin, Richard Lewis, Chevy Chase, Md. Pitts, Jim Ray, Dallas Pitts, John Robert, Dallas Plischke, Shelia Elena, Houston Pohlman, Adolphus Taylor, Bethesda, Md. Polasek, Ronald L., Ft. Worth Poole, Debra Ann, Dallas Pope, Judy, Houston Pope, Nelda Ann, Tyler Porter, Lloyd Brian, Houston Porter, Thomas David, Austin Post, Martha Kathryn, San Antonio Potter, Dawn Geraldine, Houston Potts, Cheryl J., Austin Powell, Addie, Austin Powell, Milton Carl, Wichita Falls Powell, Robert Lisle, Bella Fourche, So. Dak. Powers, Judy Kay, Dallas Prescott, Ann Kay, Anahuac Preshaw, Patricia Ann, Austin Price, Patricia Erma, San Antonio Price, Patricia Isbel, Austin Price, Susan, Austin Prince, Sylvia Ann, Amanllo Page 629 Pugh, Ronald Joe, Houston Pulliam, Paul A., Ft. Worth Purtell, Jimmy Lee, Brownfield Pusard, Mary Gay, Del Rio Putz, Linda Gail, Corpus Christi Pyeatt, Susan, Dallas Quade, Larry G., Sagerton Quick, Carolyn Margaret; Los Angeles, Calif. Quinn, Sheila Marie, Houston Quintanilla, Linda Jean, Austin Quisenberry, Tony Merl, Quanah Rabensburg, Aubrey Neale, Houston Rabinowitz, Leryl, Ft. Worth Rabon, John Jacob, San Antonio Racusin, Charles Robert, Corpus Christi Raffaelli, Teresa Jane, Texarkana Raggio, Thomas Louis, Dallas Ragsdale, William T., Corsicana Ramsey, Benjamin S., San Augustine Ramsey, Martha Ann, Houston Randall, Susan Jane, Houston Ransone, William Randolph, Dallas Rarey, Mary Liza, Austin Raschke, Don A., Dallas Raschke, William Curtis, Austin Ratner, Celita, San Antonio Ratzlow, Janis Ann, Phillips Ray, Donald Hilton. Abilene Ray, Jerry D., Mineral Wells Reagan, Linda E., San Antonio Reed, Carolyn G., Austin Reeves, Larry N., Dallas Reichman, Jeffrey Wayne, Austin Reid, James Larry, Temple Reinhard, Peggy Lou, San Antonio Reinhard, Walter John, Jr., Denison Renfro, R. Bruce, Dallas Renschler, Robert, Houston Renz, Randall Robert, Dallas Restmeyer, Rosemary Ann, Bryan Ribbeck, Ellen, Austin Rice, Janet Elizabeth. Houston Richards, George Wheeler, Arlington, Va. Richardson, Gwen, Houston Richardson, Kenneth Robert, Austin Richardson, Susan Gwynne, Beltori Rickard, Miles Olson, Temple Rider, Beverly Jayne, Floresville Rider, Harry Wayne, Floresville FRESHMEN Rieger, Sam Lee, Paris Rienstra, Jay Gordon, Arlington, Va. Rife, Frank Nicholson, San Antonio Riggs, James B., Baytown Rimar, Michele, Austin Rioux, William E., El Campo Risovi, Gerald Vincent, Austin Roane, Janis Kay, Palacios Roberts, Alan Bruce, San Antonio Roberts, Charles Edward, Dallas Roberts, Jane, South Orange, N. J. Roberts, Sally Lou, Dallas Roberts, Steven Howard, San Antonio Roberts, William P., Dallas Robertson, Sarah Ann, Taylor Robinson, Carla Jo, Arlington Robinson, Carol Jo, Austin Robinson, Don, Texarkana Robinson, James Ottis, Dallas Roderick, Jane Brite, El Paso Rodgers, Jane Elizabeth, Austin Rogan, Dianne Elizabeth, Houston Rogers, Charles T., Austin Rogers, Gary Duane, Cleburn Rogers, Paul Franklin, Longview Rogers, Wesley Graves, Dallas Rorek, Patricia Lynn, Dallas Resales, George, San Marcos Rose, John Michael, Houston Rosenwasser, Michael, Tyler Ross, Lawrence, Sullivan, Fort Worth Roth, Nora Kathryn, La Grange Rothlisberger, Richard E., Beeville Rothman, Ellen Sue, Houston Rountree, Steven Mafldreth, San Antonio Rountree, Wiley Barry, San Angelo Routt, Janice Ann, Dallas Royall, Richard R., Dallas Roye, Laura Yvonne, Austin Rubinstein, Howard M., El Paso Rubinstein, Michael Allen, San Antonio Ruchelman, Jack Morris, Bellaire Rudd, Judy J., Dallas Rudkin, Carol J., Dallas Rulfs, Carol Ann, Houston Runkles, Marcia Lynn, College Station Rush, Dianne, Doylestown, Pa. Russ, Carol Jay, Hallsville Russell, Carolyn Ruth, Houston Russell, Rebecca Merle, Mt. Pleasant Russell, Sam W., Mt. Pleasant Rybiski, Cara Diane, Dallas Safir, David I., San Antonio Sagely, Sharon M., Dallas Sagor, Ileene Joyce, San Antonio Sale, Doris E., Grand Prairie Samuelson, Rebecca Ann, Austin Sanders, Emmett Herman, Jr., Dumas Sanderson, Carol, Amarillo Santamaria, Richard Foley, Houston Sargent, Virginia Lou, Dallas Satterwhite, Sandra Lynn, Dallas Saunders, Sharon Gale, Randolph A.F.B. Savage, Paula Beth, Dallas Schaffer, Eric Conrad, Walnut Creek, Calif. Schepps, Gilda Bee, Houston Schrimer, Stephen Anthony, Arlington Schkade, Judy Gayle, Giddings Schleimer, Geneva Lee, San Antonio Schlosser, Martha Sue, Marble Falls Schlueter, Lennard Ray, Austin Schmidt, Martha Jane, Nacogdoches Schneider Sandra Blow, San Antonio Schoenke, Olivia Pualani, Weatherford Schoone, Clifford Emerson, Jr., Memphis, Tenn. Schroeder, Charles Kenneth, San Benito Schroeder, Glenna Margaret, Fort Worth Schroeder, Penny Rene, Houston Schultz, Joe Mark, Anahuac Schulze, Lauren Ann, Austin Schwartz, Harold Dennis, Houston Schwartz, Marlene Annette, Fort Worth Schwartz, Nelda Jean, Houston Schwer, Nancy Ann, Austin Schwetke, Claudine, Dallas Scott, Barinetta, ilSfshall Scott, Carol Ann, Houston Scott, Cluirles Henry, Frisco Scott, Charles Howard, Brownwood V Scott, Craig Timothy, Forl Worth Scott, Joyce, Austin Page 630 CLASS OF 1968 Scott, Lillian Harlene, Galena Park Scott, Lloyd Elmer, San Antonio Scurlock, Arch Chilton, Annandale, Va. Seals, Bradley Newman, Houston See, Marilyn L., Summerfield Seilheimer, Dan Keith, Ft. Worth Selman, Sharon L., Houston Sengbush, Lynn, Grand Prairie Settle, Linda Sue, Celina Sewell, Anne, Belton Sewell, David Andrew, Ft. Worth Shacter, Sherlyn Beth, Ft. Sam Houston Shaddix, James W., Midland Shahan, Linda Katherine, Cleburne Shamess, George Ann, Wells Shanks, Joan, Lufkin Shannon, Dawn, Marfa Shannon, Joel Ingram, Wharton Shapiro, Barbara Lynn, Harlingen Shapiro, Robert Alan, Breckenridge Sharpe, Edwin Reese, Mason Shaw, Andrew F., Seabrook Shaw, Jo Ann, Bonham Shear, Pam J., Kerrville Sheffield, Neal Y. R., San Antonio Shelby, Jean Sheridyn, DeLeon Shelton, Cheryl Denise, Bastrop Shelton, William Edmond, Dallas Shepard, John, Richardson Shepard, Julie, Houston Shickman, Charles Harold, Baytown Shields, Ronald Freeman, Clifton Shipman, Mary Catherine, Alexandria, Va. Shivers, R. Allan, Austin Shockley, Darlene Rae, Pasadena Shoop, Robert Alan, Jr., Austin Short, Susan, Austin Shults, Gretchen Oleta, Dallas Shurtleff, Lana Kay, Colorado City Siegel, Frances Gayle, Dallas Silverman, Barry E., Houston Silverman, Paulette Bernice, Dallas Page 631 Silvey, Paul Hampton, Overton Simkin, Samuel H., Houston Simmons, Carolyn, Houston Simmons, Dan W., White Deer Simmons, Orene Ann, Dallas Simmons, Robert Holloway, Brownwood Simon, Barbara Belle, Austin Simon, Robert Samuel, Ft. Worth Simonds, Susan Louise, Houston Simons, Dennis S., Edna Simpson, George K., Houston Sims, Gregory Evans, Cuero Sinclair, Dana Sue, Dallas Sinclair, G. Kay, Houston Singer, Mary E., Coral Gables, Fla. Singleton, Loy A., Ill, Montgomery, Ala. Skibell, Jerome M., Lubbock Skiff, Kathryn Kier, Houston Sluder, James H., Tinker A.F.B., Okla. Smith, Alan Craig, Dallas Smith, Alwin Lea, Austin Smith, Barbara Helen, Dallas Smith, Beverly Murdaugh, Palestine Smith, Carol June, Crane Smith, Daniel C., San Antonio Smith, David Michael, Kilgore Smith, Edgar Ashley, Houston Smith, Jodie, San Antonio Smith, Joel Leslie, Austin Smith, Linda Faye, Bedford Smith, Richard C., Edinburg Smith, Susan Kaye, Tyler Smith, Trescott Kimmerjon, Nocona Smythe, Janice Kay, Houston Snidow, Frank Chapman, Richardson Snow, Raymond L., Houston Snyder, Margaret Jean, San Antonio Snyderman, Alyson Miller, Little Rock, Ark. Solomon, Nathan A., San Antonio Solomon, Robert Allan, Dallas Sopchak, Carolyn Jean, Houston Sparks, Sarah Ruth, Galveston Spaw, Nancy Elaine, Austin Spector, Tamar, Cor;i T " Gables, Spencer, David Charles; Spinks, Sidney Jean, Odessa Sportsman, Susan Stiff, Henderson Spradley, Sherry Jane, Ho Srubar, Paula R., San FRESHMEN Stall, Nancy Ann, Smithville Stallcup, Amanda Lou, Marshall Stampes, Carolyn Sue, Dallas Stanley, James Howard, Dallas Stanley, Joseph A., Lubbock Stanley, Norma Sue, Galena Park Starr, Charles Wayne, Dallas Stauffer, Dianne, Houston Stautberg, Aubrey Theordore, Houston Stavinoha, Jean M., Schulenburg Stephen, Leslie Vida, Falls Church, Va. Stephens, Sharon lona, Houston Sterett, Edith Ann, Houston Stevenson, Ward Edgar, Austin Stewart, Donald Ralph, Dallas Stikeleather, Helen Haldon, Austin Stinson, Alan Lynn, Grapevine Stinson, Trina Jane, Pasadena Stover, Nancy Eileen, Marfa Strange, Velvee, Austin Streusand, Charlotte Vivian, Houston Strimple, Lynda Kay, Temple Stripling, Craig, Nacogdoches Stubbs, Shirly Ann, Gonzales Styron, Hazel Ann, Stamford, Conn. Sugarek, Paula Ann, Skidmore Sulkin, Daniel E., Dallas Sullivan, Patricia Lee, San Francisco, Calif. Sumners, Mary Rebecca, Houston Sutherland, Sandra Jeannette, Houston Swartz, Cynthia Pat, Kansas City, Missouri Swenson, Marsha, Austin Swicegood, Shelia Ann, Port Arthur Swim, J. R., Roaring Springs Tacguard, Julius, Galveston Tallent, Craig, Katemcy Tampke, Sally K., Austin Tansil, Michael Wayne, Dallas Taplin, John David, Kingsville Tate, Joe Phillips, DeLeon Taunton, Shirley Ann, Mt. Pleasant Taylor, Alice Stuart, McAllen Taylor, Connie Lynn, Port Lavaca Taylor, David, Temple Taylor, Martha Elizabeth, Houston Taylor, Raymond B., Taylor Taylor, Robert Irvine, III, Dyersburg, Tenn. Taylor, Susan D., Groves Taylor, Susan Kay, Austin Taylor, Travis Arthur, Lufkin Teague, Bobby Mack, McAdoo Teague, Jill, Virginia, Washington, D.C. Teal, Marilyn Kay, Houston Templeton, Laura Kathryn, Cooper Thames, Robert C., Houston Thoele, Lee, Dallas Thomas, Judith R., Dallas Thompson, Barbara Lynn, Austin Thompson, James Lanning, Austin Thompson, Joyce Catherine, Ft. Worth Thompson, Patricia, Austin Thornberry, Molly, Austin Thorne, Sylvia Emeroy, Georgetown Thorpe, Jan, Petersburg Thurman, Margaret Ellen, Pasadena Tichenor, T. David, Dallas Tiller, Janis Ruth, Shreveport, La. Tillinghast, Jane Louise, Houston Timm, Susan, College Station Tims, Douglas Austin, Cleveland, Miss. Tisdale, Janet Elva, Lufkin Tisdale, Judith Ann, Arcadia, Calif. Tobin, Helene Louise, Crane Tobolowsky, Dona, Dallas Tobor, Ben David, F ' ort Worth Tocker, Madeline Jayne, Waco Todd, Laurie, Irving Todd, Robert Henderson, Austin Towns, Frances Muselle, Gonzales Tracy, James David, Fort Worth Trapnell, Robert N., Jr., Austin Trapolino, Catherine Grace, Houston Trapp, Michael Eric, Dallas Treadway, Susan, Greenville, Fla. Trent, Douglas Ivan, Kerens Trcptow, James Richard, San Antonio Trominskij T Michael, San Juan nilmsmi. Sharon Kay, Bedford nmnell, Kathleen Lucille, Angelton Tunstall, Nancy, Dallas Turet, Charles Sydney, Jr., Dallas Turner, Charles, Houston I R I! f Page 632 CLASS OF 1968 Turner, H. Richard, Longview Turner, James William, Crockett Turner, Marion Jean, Port Arthur Turner, Ronald Patrick, Dallas Turpin, Carolyn Sue, McCamey Underwood, James H., Houston Underwood, Mary Jane, Austin Untried, Charles Otto, Jr., Ft. Worth Ungerleider, Gail K., San Antonio Urquhart, Susan Phyllis, Dallas Utay, Peggy Sue, Dallas Valenti, Sharon Diane, Dallas Van Aken, Julie Ann, Corpus Christi Vance, Sue Lee, Edna VandenBosche, Benjamin E., Houston Van Houten, Carole, Houston Vann, David Glynn, Austin Van Slyke, Donald, Dallas Van Slyke, Lester Alton, Jr., Richmond Varner, Nancy Christine, Houston Vasquez, Sandra, Ft. Worth Vaughan, Anne Scott, Dallas Vaughan, Richard Allen, Sherman Vaughan, Ronald Ross, Dallas Verkin, Wintford Evans, Lamarque Vine, Louella Grace, Dilley Vining, Joseph Lee, Dallas VonderHoya, Susan Mary, Dallas Vowell, Sandra Gail, San Antonio Vyse, Thomas Elbert, Glencoe, III. Wade, Jeffrey Brian, Houston Waddy, Ernestine, Sweeny Wagner, Barbara Nell, Houston Wagner, Rae, Port Arthur Wagner, Susan, Arlington Waidhofer, Bernard, Houston Wailes, Kathryn Carol, Alvin Wainger, Susan Ellen, Temple Waldman, Cheryl Lynn, Dallas Waldrep, Richard E., Clarksville Walker, Bennie Joe, Bowie Walker, Dixie Lee, Eagle Lake Walker, John Nathaniel, Lampasas MB Page 633 Wall, Kathy Marie, Dallas Wallace, Edward Blume, Shreveport, La. Wallace, William Lewis, Gonzales Walston, Carol Sue, Slaton Walton, Sheila Ann, Austin Ward, Dallas Patt, Ft. Worth Ward, Hal C., Lake Charles, La. Ward, Jacquelyn Lee, Houston Ward, John Wesley, Devine Ward, Linda Lea, Corsicana Ward, Shelia Marian, Ft. Worth Warfield, Martha A., Ft. Worth Warren, Anne Hal, Waco Warren, Frank Raymond, Jr., Houston Warren, Joseph Frederick, Nederland Warrick, Michael E., Pittsburg Warriner, Susa,n, Ft. Worth Washburn, James S., N Charleston, S. C. Washburn, Molly, Wright-Patterson A.F.B., Ohio Wathen, Carolyn Elizabeth, Houston Watkins, Anne Leslie, Austin Watson, David Austin, Sherman Watson, Martha Earlene, San Antonio Watson, Mary Macreeda, Houston Watson, Michael Clopton, Ennis Weakly, Terence Sinclair, Alice Weatherby, Greta Nan, Austin Weatherford, William D., Ill, San Antonio Weaver, Resa T., Orange Weber, James Lee, Beaumont Weber, Kathleen R., LaGrange Weger, Jean Ann, Paris Weiner, Sanford Alan, Houston Weirus, Dianna Jeanne, .College Station Weise, Stanley Allan, Bellaire Weiss, Ronald Arthur, Galveston Weiss, Stuart Rollin, Coral Gables, Fla. Weisser, Frank Martin, Ft. Worth Weitzner, Esther J., Vera Cruz, Mex. Weksler, Ronni Joy, Coral Gables, Fla Welch, Jess Ann, Duncan, Okla. Welch, Thomas Jefferson, III, Crockett Wells, Florence Ann, Houston Wendt, Connie Louise, Austin Werlin, Eugene, J?! Jousto Westerkom, Robert Anthony, Brownsvi Wheetley, Kim Alan. White Deer Wheless, William Meade, III, Houston Whitby, William Da ude, III, avid. W:i FRESHMEN White, Eula Kathryn, Plainview White, Larry P., Dallas White, Marcy Kay, Odessa White, Marilyn Aniece, San Bernadino, Calif. White, Sharon Sue, Houston Whitener, Sallye F., Marshall Whittaker, Robert Lowry, Fort Wortli Whittington, Jo Ella, Lake Jackson Wiberg, Susan Marie, Dallas Wiede, Margaret Lillian, Edna Wiggins, George Edward, Jr., Houston Wiggins, Lonnie Logan, Dallas Wilder, Joe Dale, San Saba Wilhite, Charles M., Mt. Pleasant Wilk, Benita, San Antonio Wilkerson, John Wiley, Houston Willbern, Robyn Gail, Houston Willerson, Bettie Townsend, San Antonio Williams, Cynthia Lee, Ft. Worth Williams, Debbera Ann, Houston Williams, James Thomas, Duncanville Williams, John Travis, Sanderson Williams, Joicey Lee, Dallas Williams, Karen Verne, LaMarque Williams, Lawrence S., Austin Williams, Linda Vernestine, Sudan Williams, Michael Payne, Dallas Williams, Ronald Dedrick, Midland Williams, Sarah Frances, Houston Williamson, Sharen D., Waco Willis, James Robert, Pasadena Willsey, Marion Lynita, Corpus Christi Wilson, Alice Naomi, Dallas Wilson, Barbara A., Pa lestine Wilson, Elizabeth Anne, San Antonio Wilson, Juanita Alarene, Post Wilson, Martha, Austin Wilson, Roy Lee, San Antonio Wilson, Thomas J., Dickinson Wilson, William Blake, Fort Worth Winckler, Suzanne, Houston Winder, Valerie Ann, Houston Windham, John Hardin, III, Killeen Windham, Mary Ellen, Dickinson Winfrey, James Nelms, Houston Wise, Caryl Ann, Houston Wisner, Linda Elizabeth, San Antonio Witcher, Linda Jo, San Antonio Withers, James Robert Izoro Witt, Brenda Kay, Seymour Wittenburg, Rebecca J., Lometa Wittman, Marolyn, Austin Wizig, Judith Lynn, Waco Wolf, Martha Carolyn, San Antonio Wolfe, William Gergory, Austin Wolff, Sheryl Anne, Corpus Christi Welters, Kay Lynn, Shiner Wood, F. Michael, Randolph A.F.B. Wood, James C., Houston Wood, Patricia Lynn, Austin Woods, Susan Emma, Ranger Woodworth, James Robert, Austin Wooley, Jacqueline Ann, Waco Woolrich, Sarah, Houston Woolsey, Brian Reed, Fort Worth Woolen, Bobbie Jean, Cedar Hill Word, Patricia Ellen, Houston Wortham, Michael Bruce, Houston Worthington, C. Michael, Henderson Wray, Nancy Elaine, Robstown Wrib org, Rebecca Jo, Port Arthur Wright, Kenneth Nolan, Longview Wright, Mickey Lynn, Longview Wright, Olga Kay, Houston Wright, Richard Ellicott, Houston Wu sch, Jeri Jean, Houston Wyman, William Claton, Cedar Hill Wyrick, Jean Carroll, Texarkana Ximenes, Angela, San Antonio Yates, John Leslie, Ft. Worth Yates, Margaret Elaine, Calvert Yeager, Katherine Louise, Dallas Ylincn, Annu, Halli, Finland Young, Pamela Rose, Freeport Yurkanan, Christopher, V., Hammond, Ind. Zapp, Pamela Jean, Houston Zarchin, BeJM Lorraine, Midland Caroline Sue, Houston Millard Fillmore, Lufkin Zeitler, Arthur, Lake Jackson Zike, James Houston, Big Spring Zimmerman, Cheryl Ann, Dallas Set f)jp I JL Page 634 INDEX Pages Aaron, Carolyn Ann 228 Abbott, Kathyrn Grace 357 Abbott, Mary Ann 371 Abbott, Nancy Ann .... 117, 223, 451 532 Abdelsalam, AH 395 Abel, Harriett Lynn 588 Abel, Philip Carol 430, 588 Abel, Robert George 588 Abel, III, John C 352 Abernathy, Gail Mannas 549 Abernathy, Lela James 616 Abernathy, Louis Courtney .... 316, 393 Abney, Patty Louise .... 249, 339, 408, 616 Abney, Stephen Fredrick .... 318, 616 Abramowitz, David 200, 369, 434, 616 Abrama, Larry Carl 549 Abrams, Leonard Bruce 312, 417 Abramson, Shirley Elaine 261, 616 Abreu, John William 321 Abston, Elizabeth Ann 251, 412, 549 Abudawood, Hussein Hassan 395 Acacid 266, 267 Academic 39-80 A Cappella Choir 456 Acevedo, Mary Ann 549 Acker, Leslie Clark 298, 588 Ackerman, Enrique Antonio 325 Acosta-Conzales, F. Jorge 404, 412, 549 Actkinson, Arland Lee .. 443, 447, 549 Actkinson, Tomme Ray .... 441, 461, 537 Adair, Diane 92, 233, 419, 549 Adair, III, Robert Lafayette 318, 373, 419, 549 Adamek, David Vincent 549 Adamek, Patricia Mary 330, 616 Adams, Dana Gay 410, 233, 602 Adams, Dorothy Fuller 433 Adams, Edwin William Jr 92 Adams, Elizabeth 602, 252 Adams, Jr., Gilbert Timbrell 281 , 546 Adams, Henry Lee 415 Adams, Mrs. Hattie 324 Adams, James Ennis 630 Adams, James R 92 Adams, Jeanette Adela 91, 429 Adams, John Lewis .... 316, 317, 328, 452, 588 Adams, John William 588 Adams, Karen 223, 531 Adams, M. Karen % ... 588 Adams, Marion Corry .. 294, 454, 534, 537 Adams, Nancy Kate 356 Adams, Otis E 588 Adams, Philip Franklin 373, 375, 385 Adams, Robert McAnally 431 Adams, Romona C 616 Adams, Sandra J 602 Adams, Sherry Ann 249 Adams, Sondra Suzanne .... 240, 339 Adams, Virginia Ann 209, 250, 616 Adasani, Ahmed 389, 395 Adcock, James Luther 390 Addington, Jr., Fredrick Marcus . . 274 Adelman, Cathy Lee .... 98, 343, 602 Adkins, Brian 524, 435, 459 Adkins, George Mason 272, 511, 516, 602 Adkins, Pamela Gray .. 258, 340, 408, 616 Adkins, Rietta Caroline 250, 616 Aril IT, Jim S 312 Adler, Lila Nell 356, 408 Administration 25-37 Advertising 639-655 Aftergut, Myron David 313, 533, 536, 616 Agee, John Rodque 326 Ager, Roger Quentln 276 Agnew, Margaret Ellen 223 Name Pages Ahern, James Lyon Ahlberg, Joann Lenora Ahlers, Susan M. Aguilar, Julio R 394 Aguirre, Carolyn 418 Aguirre, Gerardo A 104, 351, 391. 391 521 208, 237. 412, 602 336, 338, 410. 428, 429 Ahnger, Donald C 278, 549 Ahrens, John L 616 Ahrens, Sharon Linn 617 Aicklen, Cayle Louise .. 256, 395, 457, 602 Aikin, III, A. M 299, 616 Aikman, W. M 419 Ainsworth, George Mathews 316 Air Force 368 Aird, James Whitney 316 Alton, Mary Elaine 383 Akins, Gay Ann 355 Akin, Mary Elaine 223, 616 Akin, Mrs. Olga Gwendolyn 94 Akkad, Ruwaid Ahmed 395 Akridge, Ann 527 Akridge, Virginia Ann 200, 255, 367, 380, 527, 531, 532 Alaniz, Reynaldo 394 Albers, Carl Clarence 100, 427, 430 Albers, Cheryl 408 Albert, Marsha Helene .... 245, 602 Albert, William James 350 Albert, William James 363, 366 Alberthal, Jr., Lester Marvin 344, 535 Albrect, Robert Howell 294, 535 Albright, Billi Claire 199, 241 Alcala, Steve E 394 Alderson, Mary E 94, 432 Aldredge, Sue Ann 237 Aldrete, Augustin Ralph 389 Aldrich, John George 99 Alexander, Becky Sterling 412 Alexander, Diane Louise .... 250, 339, 616 Alexander, Drury Blackeley 101 Alexander, Edward Fales 393 Alexander, Everette Dwayne 416 Alexander, Gerald M 602 Alexander, Gerald Wayne 588 Alexander, James Lucian .... 326, 564 Alexander, Joan Ina 244, 412 Alexander, Johnny B 98, 416, 459 Alexander, Julie White . . 255, 549 Alexander, Maria Lee . . 117, 255, 588 Alexander, Martha Sue 223, 367 Alexander, Mary Margaret 456 Alexander, Michael Patrick 207 Alexander, Nancy Lila 259, 380 Alexander, Phyllis 266, 412, 549 Alexander, Rebekah Sterling . 239, 588 Alexander, Robert Paul .... 214, 616 Alexander, Rosalie 209, 263, 390, 408, 412 Alexander, Susan 239, 602 Alford, Stanley Ewing 414 Alfred, Robert Cardin ... 316, 317, 549 Al-Habeeb, Mikdam Mohammad . . 389 Al-Hamad, All H 395 Al-Harthy, Hussin Mohsen 395 Al-Husni, Nader 395 AH, Tiji Nang 549 Aliki, Saleh Rasheed 395 Allan, Heriot Daniel 239 Allardyce, Burris Glenn 353 Allbritton, Albert Slagle 283, 602 Allday, Marilyn Tollefson 92 Alldredge, Sue E 479 Allen, Barbara 330, 602 Allen, Carol Ann 315 Allen HI, Clay Willis 393 Allen, Dan Lowell 537 Allen, Dianne Raye 223, 418 Allen, D ' maris Lumpkin 549 Allen, Elizabeth 252 Allen, George Louis 310 Allen, H. Alton 616 Allen, Howard Amason 283 Name Pages Allen, James Michael 443 Allen, James Trueman 549 Allen, Joan 549 Allen, Joe Riley 206 Allen, John Richardson 284, 434. 549 Allen, Jr., John Young 284, 588 Allen, Kenneth Warren 616 Allen, Linda Darnell 246, 247 Allen, Jr., Lloyd Edward 128, 397. 441, 549 Allen, Marilynne Ann 225 Allen, Michael Allen 416 Allen, Michael Herbert 288 Allen, Nancy Anne 237, 602 Allen, Nancy Holden 259, 408 Allen, Nathaniel Rafael ... 369, 434, 616 Allen, Richard Earl 537 Allen, Richard Lang 292 Allen, Robert Charles 276 Allen, Rodney Phillip ... 199, 326, 616 Allen III, Holland Craten 292 Allen, Russell Lee 276 Allen, Sue Ellen 532 Allen., Suzanne 456 Allerton, Mary Virginia 549 Allen, Kay 203 Alline, Lynda Marie 223, 549 Allison, Coach 524 Allison, Fay Cathryn ... 239, 339, 616 Allison, Jr., Robert Elton ... 369, 449, 588 Allison, Sharon Irene 338, 616 Allison, Willa Kathyrn 249, 616 Allison, II, William Thomas 296 Allison, Wilmer 154 Allman, Betty Brooke 240 Allman, Sr., John Chelsea 220 Allred, John B 419 Allred, Tess Cabrielle 332, 549 AI-Maini, Sabri Zeiter 395 Almazan, Mary Rose 357 Almetris, Carolyn Theresa 349 Al-Najjar, Khalid M 395 Al-Omani, Sulaiman 395 Alpha Chi Omega 222, 223 Alpha Chi Sigma 414 Alpha Delta Pi 224, 225 Alpha Delta Sigma 415 Alpha Epsilon Delia 416 Alpha Epsilon Phi 226, 227 Alpha Epsilon Pi 268, 269 Alpha Gamma Delta 228, 229 Alpha Kappa Alpha 230, 231 Alpha Kappa Psi 417 Alpha Lambda Delta 91 Alpha Omicron Pi 232, 233 Alpha Phi 234, 235 Alpha Phi Omega 44Q, 441 Alpha Phi Tau 418 Alpha Rho Chi 270, 271 Alpha Tau Omega 272, 273 Alpha Xi Delta 236, 237 AI-Rashid, Nasser Ibrahim .... 395, 421. 549 Al-Rawi, Othman A. B 395 Al-Rnwl, Othinam 404 Al-Somali, Sultan 395 Alspaugh, Virginia Lanicr 616 Alsup, William Floyd .... 512, 513, 516 Alt, John Darby 315, 616 Altis, John E 602 Altman, Donald Mulhall 436 Alton, Steve Me 549 Alton, Cecil Claude 92, 549 Al-Tourah, Jasim Wahab 395 Altvater, Kenneth George 462 Alvermann, Donna Elaine 94, 412 Alworth, Charles H 92, 419 Alzner, Lana Charlene 347 Amacker, Jeanne Richey 251, 380, 549 Amacker, Joan Carol 198, 258, " 450, 602 Amacker, John Hart 213 Name Paget Amaimo, Anthony Wayne 616 Ambrosia, Andy Lee 368 Amend, Jane Lynene 241, 602 American Association of Architectural Engineers 400 American Finance 401 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics 402 American Institute of Architects .... 403 American Institute of Chemical Engineers 404 American Institute of Interior Designers 405 American Society of Civil Engineers 406 American Society of Mechanical Engineers 407 Americus, Abe 332, 544, 616 Ames, Peggy Lynn 340 Ammons, David Harlan 316, 602 Ammons, Leland Irwin 364 Amsteed, Billy Howard 103, 220 Anaejionu, Paul 394 Anber, Faysal Abdulhameed 395 Anderle, Charles Dean 390, 411 Anders, Evan Marcus 99 Anders, John Charles 291 Anderson, Andrea Kay 197, 223, Anderson, Andrea Lynn 24] Anderson, Andrea Valentine .... 405, 418 Anderson, Andrew Jeffrey 374 Anderson, Barry Blaine 274 Anderson, Betty Jo 549 Anderson, Charlynn 263 Anderson, Clifton R 92 Anderson, Donald Gene 102 Anderson, Dorothy Margaret 418 Anderson, Evan Wayne 280, 602 Anderson, Garland Sadler 270, 403, 437 Anderson, Gene Allen 386 Anderson, Cordon V 32 Anderson, Hal Nimmo 99, 616 Anderson, Heidi Rose 91 Anderson, Helen Sharp 259 Anderson, Irma Jean 408 Anderson, Jack William 207 Anderson, Jacquelyn Ann 412 Anderson, James Wilson 364 Anderson, Joe Daniel 549 Anderson, Judy Karen 418 Anderson, Karen Elizabeth 602 Anderson, Karen Lee 225 Anderson, Lewis Robert 321 Anderson, Lillian 412 Anderson, Lillie 225 Anderson, Louis Robert ... 404, 544, 549 Anderson, Lounea 232, 339, 443. 463 Anderson, Lynn Foster 419 Anderson, Marshall Lee 423 Anderson, Mary Greenwood 259 Anderson, Mary Wranitzky 428 Anderson, Maurice 353 Anderson, R. Clifton 203 Anderson, Ralph Hulen 344 Anderson, Richard Leslie 588 Anderson, Robert Edwin 459, 588 Anderson, Robert Lynn 280 Anderson, Ronald Glenn 532 Anderson, Scott Miller 318, 616 Anderson, Shirley Ann 602 Anderson, Sidney 197, 201, 239, 384, 451, 453, 532 Anderson, Terry 211 Anderson, Thomas Axel 205, 409, 457, 549 Anderson, Thomas Fredrick 326 Anderson, Thomas Howard 296 Anderson, William Craig 616 Andrews, Alexis Kay 234, 588 Andrews Dormitory 330 Andrews, Forrest Alex 383, 400 Andrews, Jamie Lee ........ 453, 549 Andrews, Joyd Luriene .... 463, 616 Andrews, John Cameron 404 Andrews, Katherine Lee 242 Page 635 Name Pages Name Pages Name Pages Name Pages Andrews, Martha Sue 225, 416 Andrew!, Michael Allen 294, 588 Andrews, Michael Wesley 375 Andrews, Ronald E 417, 616 Andron, Leo Alexander 363, 588 Andron, Robert Dimitri 394, 616 Angel Flight 371 Angell, David Michael .. 534, 536, 537, 546 Angell, Kim May 233, 588 Anglin, Andrea Merl 355, 616 Angly, Jr., Maurice 276 Anschutz Jr., Everett 206 Ansell, Lee Vanderpool 99 Anstiss, Bill M 549 Anthony, Charles 98 Anthony, Marsha Dell 602 Anton, Richard Henry ... 99, 313, 616 Antone, E. Clark 602 Antone, Ray Clark 602 Antone, Ray Clark 441 Antrim, Paul Alan 443 Appelt, Glenn David 100, 427 Appleberry, Miles Hartman 441, 549 Appleby, Larry Robert 549 Appledorf, Margaret Ann 214 Appledorf, Margie 264, 412, 549 Appleton, Tresha May 453 Applewhite, Barry Alan 197, 201, 286, 452 Applewhite, John A 287 Applewhite, Patricia Jo 355 Appleton, Tresha May 435 Appling, Richard Earl 298 Appling, Robert Dexter 298, 328 Appling, Jr., Robert Leslie 426 Arabian, Alan Mihran 409, 440, 441 Arage, Philip Maurice 427 Arbaugh, Charles Houston 280, 549 Arbingast, Stanley A 40 Arce, Joyce Elizabeth 41 Archer, Jr., Cirvice Ward 283 Archer, Jane Elizabeth .. 198, 527, 588 Archer, Missy 531 Archer, Nancy Ruth 241, 380, 396, 550 Archer, William Thomas 272, 273 Archibald, Stanley Benjamin 272 Arcos, Cresencio 588 Ardrey, James Stanley 280 Arena, Mrs. Ollie B 368 Armistead, Jr., George Uvelle 292 Arms, George Geoffrey 203 Arms, Henry Lee .. 415, 536, 537, 588 Armstrong, Carol Lynn 251, 383 Armstrong, Dale Ellswroth . . 423, 419 Armstrong, Fred Robert 292, 58S Armstrong, James Brackston 412 Armstrong, James Jay 196 Armstrong, John Thomas 292, 616 Armstrong, Nancy Lynn 255 Armstrong, Martha Jo 199 Armstrong, Pat 532 Armstrong, Roland Jon .... 291, 373, 435 206, 406 . 360-367 602 602 Armstrong, Thomas Alan Army ROTC Arnakis, Alex G Arnall, Dena Rose Arndt, George Dickey 424 Arnett, Jerry Dale 296 Arnie, Larry Joe 546 Arno, Andrew Ralph 98 Arnold Air Society 449 Arnold, Betsy 429 Arnold , Betty 336 Arnold, Billy Max 521, 616 Arnold, Charles A S02 Arnold, Charles William 344, 537 Arnold, Jr., Elon Ferris 431, 463, 550 415 272 616 602 412 95, Arnold, George L Arnold, Jasper Henry Arnold, Jerry P Arnold, John R., Ill Arnold, Kay 394, Arnold, Linda Kay 94 Arnold, Lynda Annita 602 Arnold, Olga Yvonne 237 Arnold, Richard Fred 400 Arnold, Richard Smith ... 99, 266, 267, 374, 602 Arnold, Tanna Dee - 367 Arnold, Vance Michael 401, 550 Arnold, Vonnie 208 Aronoff, Phillip Arnold 322 Arons, Herman Richard 102, 424 Aronstein, Alan Louis 393, 616 Aronstein, Marion Adele 261 Arosemena, Maria Caralina 394 Arquello, Joe 588 Arrell, Ralph Lavon 294, 295, 328 Arrendiell, Claudia Dene 242 Arrendo, Ephraim Alfonse 315 Arrington, Joan Carol 239 Arrington, Joyce 239, 550 Arrington, Susan Kay 243, 616 Arroyo, Richard Cesar 390 Arsht, Alan 266 Arsuaga, Joe Charles 463, 588 Artis, Donald Robert Jr 550 Arthur, John Joseph 588 Artis, Donald Richard 364 Aschbachcr, Zane Martin 441 Asel, Richard J 423 Ash, Clyde Stewart 441 Ash, John Powell 318 Ash, Michael Peyton 326, 602 Ashbel Literary Society 380 Ashberry, Donald L 588 Ashburne, Jim G 92, 419, 423 Ashburne, Joan 91 Ashendorf, Marsha Lynn 199, 209, 244, 461 Ashford, Amanda Jane 224, 616 Ashmore, Dennis Ray 283, 550 Ashmore, Helen Marianne 97, 408 Ashmore, Jamile Z 543 Ashmore, Lear Lee 41 Ashton, Sharon Lee 237 Ashurst, Sandra Lisette 229, 602 Ashworth, John Jr 374 Ashworth, Mary Kathryn 616 Askew, Benna Layne 332, 405, 408, 550 Askew, John Paul 284, 550 Askins, Jill 616 Aspinwall, Katherine Judy 254 Assembly 195 Aston, Kathyrn Louise 225 Atchinson, Charles Wesley 211 Atha, Eric James 616 Athel, Saleh Abdulrahman 102, 104, 395. Athens, Lenny George ' 616 Atherton, Donna Marie 91 Athletics 465-524 Atkins, Nelia Fox 203 Athey, Patricia Ann 98, 346, 416, 588 Atkins, William Dean 102, 421 Atkinson III, Clifford 286 Atkinson Jr., Gardner Davis .... 441, 443, 588 Atkinson, Patrycia Geene 249, 412 Atkinson, Sara Sue 239, 387 Atwell, James Frank 533 Atwood, Bryan Hobson, Jr 407 Aubin, George J 288, 588 Aubrey, Dennis L 463 Augustus, Kathey Ann 460, 602 Auler, Edwin Hugo 292 Austin, Barbara Elaine 234, 371 Austin, Carol Ann 616 Austin, Grafton T 287 Austin, John Franklin 288 Austin, Kathryn Mary 200, 255, 412 Austin, Robert Edward 291, 616 Austin, Robin Ann 117. 225, 371 Autian, John 100, 430 Autrey, Jefferson Wyatt 292, 616 Autry, Joe Gene 381, 410, 426, 550 Autry, Judy Beth 616 Avara, Jane Ann 412 Avent, John Ross 207 Avera, James Jey Jr 406, 421 Averett, Gregg Herlong .... 373, 374, 402 Averill, Anne 239, 602 Avery, John S 288 Wry, Michael Vincent 411 Avila, Carlos 393, 514, 546 Awbery, Dennis Lee 431 Axelrad, Thomas L 287 Axelrod, Nathan Stephen 322 Axley, Kay Jeter 263, 616 Axtell, Linda Lee 334 Aycock, Dorothy Fehlis 97 Aycock, Letha Lynne 199, 210 Ayer, Suzanne Elaine 209, 237, 264 Ayers, John Harold 394 Ayer!, Louis 435, 588 Ayers Jr., Louis McClellan 369, 449, 544 Ayers, Robert Eugene 403 Ayers, Ronnie Mac 419 Aymond, David King 266, 267 Ayoub, Fred Michael 550 Ayres, Carol Vaughan 94 Ayers, John Richard 407 Azios, Sylvia Alicia 357, 391 B Baade, Jr., Henry Howard 407, Babb, Mary Ellen Babibski, Judy Bachman, Elizabeth May 255, Bacon, Jr., Drew O ' Neal Bacon, Kenneth Terry Bacon, Susan Marie Badash, Roger Lande Badeaux, Mary Elaine Badger, Alvin Homer 286, 535, 537, Badgley, Carol Ann 419, Badgley, Jennie Lee Badouh, Jr., Edward Baerreis, Phillip G Baese, Kermit Raymond Baetz, Courtney Margaret .... 259, Bagby, Richard Stephen Bagby, William McFarland 369, Baggett, Larry R Bagley, Judi Ann 223, Bagley, Nancy Louise Bagwell, Patricia Anne 236, Bailey, Carolyn Jean .... 214, 242, Bailey, Earl Norman Bailey, Edgar Daniel Bailey, Gloria Carlyn 232, Bailey, Jack Lee Bailey, James P Bailey, Jo Ann Bailey, John Scott, II Bailey, Joseph Kenneth Bailey, Kathryn Ann ... 108, 121, 451, 472, Bailey, Margaret Elizabeth ... 252, Bailey, Patricia Lynn 91, 367, Bailey, Peggy Sue 236, Bailey, Ralph Vincent 200, 416, Bailey, Randal Allen 393, Bailey, Ray Bedford 270, 403, Bailey, Robert Eugene Bailey, Thomas Frank 99, Bain, Cecil William, Jr 423, Bain, Walter Mathis 292, Baingo, Mary Alice 347, 461, Bains, Kenneth Richard 294, Bains, LaVern Baird, Alan Bruce 198, 200, Baird, Albert Washington, III 267 Baird, Ann Cathryn 250, Baird, Cynthia lane 98, Baird, Edward Hudson 401, Baird, James McKinney Baird, Kay S Baird, Sharon Darlanda 243, Baker, Allan Ross 443, Baker, Caroline Susan 252, Baker, Carroll Ann 252, Baker, David Arch Baker, George Franklin Baker, Gilbert Lowell 351, Baker, Glenn Barclay Baker, Hines H Baker, Jack Lawson Baker, James Allen Baker, Jeannette Selman 291, 393 397, 550 616 345 588 459 . 98 616 304 224 536, 544 588 616 316 543 419 367 201 588 427 387 356 237 412 ' 92 284 616 441 520 463 616 436 259, 550 530 616 237 286. 602 550 437, 550 588 414 441 550 546 537 356 266. 550 409, 424 616 550 423 326 . 33 616 616 405, 550 550 401 407 409. 588 400 27 588 266 259 Baker, Keith MacArthur 375, 535 Baker, Laura Ann 588 Baker, Lowell Malcolm 550 Baker, Martha Ann 408, 461, 616 Baker, Molly 332 Baker, Robert Carlos 402 Baker, Ronald Charles 206 Baker, Susan Teresa 240, 616 Baker, Suzanne 223 Baker, Suzanne Laura 223 Baker, Timothy Wain .. 325, 544, 602 Baker, Wendell Carl 540, 543 Baker, Willard Robert 588 Balch, Lloyd Elmer 404 Baldwin, Jr., Ben A 310 Baldwin, Jan 235, 453, 527 Baldwin, Linda Anne 208, 253, 616 Baldwin, Virginia Ruth 355 Bales, Nancy Jean 91 Balkman, Patricia Sue .... 199, 208, 336, 429, 550 Balko, Donald James 602 Ball, Eldon Ray 216, 550 Ball, Jr., Jack Johnson 276 Ball, Judith Ann 338 Ball, Lana Jo 214, 253, 453, 616 Ball, Marjorie Ann 94 Ball, Meredith 91, 240, 264, 429 Ballard, Darrell M 426 Ballard, Jerry 344, 407 Ballard, Judith Elaine 355, 528, 529, 602 Ballard, Mark Evan 588 Ballard, Mary Susan 236, 237, 616 Ballard, Robert Gerald 373 Balsley, Ronald D 550 Baltz, Howard Burl 423 Halt . -11, Dorothy Angeline 235, 616 Baltzer, Glenda J. N 410 Balzarsen, Betty Kay 383 Bandy, Ronald Davis 283, 454, 504, 516, 534 Banister, Derwood Neal 298, 443. 445, 447, 463 Bankhead, Jack Bridges 416 Banks, Barbara M 550 Banks, Jerome Raymond . . 374, 390, 535 Banks, William Ray 443 Bankston, Mary Ann 412, 550 Bankston, Thomas Arthur 404, 550 Bannerol, James A 272, 273 Bannon, Johanna Frances .... 91, 394, 602 Banta, Diana 233, 420, 550 Banta, Robert Hugh 220 Bantel, Edward Christian Henry 24 Baptist Student Union 381 Barasch, Arlene Lee 227, 616 Barbat, Barbara 250, 616 Barbee, Linton Elzie 196 Barbee, Nancy Sue 239 Barber, Joel Stephen 415, 546 Barber, Truman Joseph, Jr 443 Barbies, Gary Eugene 296 Barbour, Carroll Stanley 283, 363, 435, 534, 588 Barbour, James Charles 441, 550 Barclay, Leland 421 Barclay, Susan Carol 418 Barclay, Will B 546 Barcus, Jeannie 241 Bardwell, Charles M 393 Barefield, Judith Karen 224, 264, 340 Barefield, Russell Morri 419, 512, 516, 550 Barenblat, Betty 226 Barenblat, Martin 322 Barfield, Danny Robert 315, 513 Barfield, Milton Charles 417, 588 Barg, Robert Dean 443, 616 Bargainer, James D 102 Barger, John Wheeler 291 Barker, Barrett Harrison 266 Barker, Janie Carol 94, 335 Barker, Larry Woodrow 390 Barker, Nym Lou 316 Barker, Stephanie LeBaron 91 Barker, William Campbell .... 266, 267 Barkett, Sam Charles 430, 588 Barklejr, Carolyn 216, 602 Barkley, Jane 91, 616 Page 636 ,SCARBROUGHS Congress Avenue and Sixth Street, Austin DOWNTOWN serving the University and its community for over eighty years Page 637 Name Pages Barling, Anna Louise 412, 460, 550 Barlow, Nancy Lisbeth 357 Barnard, Herbert Joseph, Jr. . 321, 441, 602 Barnard, Lana Gail 228, 550 Barnard, Lynn Eleanor 263 Barnebey, Lauren Robert 315 Barnes, Bruce Conway 281, 616 Barnes, Carol Vivian 550 Barnes, Dorothy Elizabeth 233 Barnes, Graham Kerr 102, 404, 414 Barnes, Leslie Gene 99 Barnes, Lyngle Dudley, III ... 410, 430 Barnes, Michael Philip 550 Barnett, Elizabeth LeGrand 234 Barnett, Gerald William 443 Barnett, James Howard 463, 537 Barnett, Jerry Leland 315, 588 Barnett, John Bryan 272 Barnett, Leslie Steven 537 Barnett, Robbie Raggio 363 Barnett, Sheila Ann 242 Barnett, III Thomas Henry ... 210, 292, 616 Barnhart, L. Irvin 550 Barnhart, Mary Luada 251, 527, 550 Barnhill, Charles Richard 198, 200, 292, 454, 498, 502, 550 Barnhill, Con 199 Barnhill, Jerry Randall 366 Barnhill, Wedlon W., Jr 209 Barnum, Darold T 588 Barr, Ben B 419 Barr, Jr., Curtis Allen 272 Barr, Henry Buford 213, 315, 415. 551 Barr, Richard Dennis 588 Barr, Richard Stuart 276, 409 Barraga, Natalie C 204, 432 Barrera, Cecilio Richardo 551 Barrera, III, Martin 459 Barrett, Gail 235, 616 Barrett, Joseph Charles 288 Barrett, Robert C 207, 616 Barrett, William Bernard 92, 419 Barricklo, Kenneth Hewes 324 Harrington , B. Truman 616 Barrios, Jr., Gregory 200, 218, 394, 588 Barron, William Bruce 283 Barrow, Charles Wallace 443, 616 Barrow, Perry Forrest, Jr 423 Barrows, Sarah Elizabeth 408, 602 Barry, Thomas Patrick, III 551 Earth, Becky V 602 Barth, Elnora Estelle 616 Bartholomew, Glen Willard, Jr 374 Bartlett, Craig Edsall 461, 588 Bartlett, III Glenn 348 Bartlett, Jerry Neil 374, 385, 588 Bartlett, Mary Kay 234, 602 Bartlett, John Edmund, III ... 393, 419 Bartlett, William Dwight 199, 291, 410, 426, 588 Barton, Calvin Pascal 546 Barton, Christine 602 Barton, Donald Dale 410, 427, 588 Barton, Donald Edward 350, 463 Barton, Henry David 364, 366 Barton. J. Brock 588 Barton, John Edward 103, 407, 443 Barton, Judyth Faye 419, 551 Barton, Julia Ann 616 Barton, Rebecca B 233 Barton, Sterlin E., Jr 410, 426, 551 Bartosch, Gerald L 543 Bartosh, Kalhryn Mary .. 345, 394, 528, 616 Bartosh, Kenneth John 272 Bartram, Raymond A 602 Barwick, Marylyn Elizabeth .. 357, 408, 529 Basco, Eugene Melton 326 Baihari, Sam Collier 543 Biikctte, Cynthia Duval 242, 551 Ban, Billie Tucker 616 Bui, George Turner S16 Bui. John Lincecum 390, 416 But, Laura Jane 263, 425, 588 Name Pages Bass, Mary Deborah 225 Basse, Kermit Raymond 551 Bassist, Harry Abe 301 Bast, Ann 239, 551 Basu, Debkumar 388 Basu, Sipra G 388 Bateman, Patricia Yvonne 359, 443 Bat, Linda Kay 412 Bates, James Herbert 410, 426, 551 Bates, John A 616 Rates, Johnny Mack 350 Bales, Kathy Margaret 616 Bates, Kindell Wayne 283 Bates, Nina McConnell 410, 428 Bales, Roy Eugene ... 99, 199, 210. 443, 617 Batey, William Braxton 417 Batey, William S. Walker 91 Batie, Beverly L 617 Batres, Roberto E 419 Batson, Thomas Clyde 551 Battarbee, Karen Sue 223 Balterton, John Clyde 430 Baucum, Jane 263, 527 Bauer, Paulette Gwen 236, 237, 394. 617 Bauer, William Henry 27, 423 Baugh, Betty Diane 257, 346, 532 Baughman, Beryl 617 Baughman, Johnny P 415 Baughn, Bobbie 530, 532 Baughnn, Marilyn Lee 233, 602 Bauhof, Ann Dale 91 Baum, Stephen Jay 313, 602 Baumann, Judy L 551 Baumslark, Mary 234, 412, 602 Baxley, George Carroll 364 Bait, Mary Lilla 245 Baxter, Janell 225, 588 Baxter, Judith Elynne 223. 457, 602 Baxter, Samuel Franklin 602 Bayless, Jackson Thomas, Jr 382. 588 Bazaco, Jr., Val 394, 427 Baze, Wallace Brown 272, 461, 602 Beach, Brian Anderson 284 Beach, Diane Kay 249 Beach, Walter George, Jr 588 Beadle, Patricia Fay 340 Beaird, Harrell Lee 617 Beaird, Suzanne 387 Beal, Douglas Edward 415 Beale, David Fiske 353 Beall, April .... 96, 108, 117, 121. 197, 225, 331, 450, 532, 588 Beall. Celia Rae 225, 602 Beam, Robert James 588 Beaman, Theresa Ann 340, 394 Bean, Allen Klark 99, 103 Bean, George Rodgers 100, 426 Bean, Janis 255, 551 Bean, Richard Elli 401, 588 Beanland, Catherine Johnson (Candy) .... 252, Name Pages Name Page, Beard, Howard H. 453 461 Beard, James Key 102, 205. 411, 424 Beard, Laural Ann 200, 338, 617 Beard, Linda Kay 225, 588 Beard, Martha Lee 209 Beard, Winston C 92, 401 Bearden, Bobbie Ann 210, 588 Bearden, Joe Henry 92, 423, 546 Bearden, Paul Joseph 321, 617 Bearden, Sherry Ann 418 Beasley, Ann 201, 263, 380 Beasley, Eleanor Corless 210, 263. 339, 435, 617 Beasley, Mary Sharman 209, 412, Beaston, Lee Ellen 355 Bealty, Sylvia Clare 251, 588 Beaty, Martin Earl S16 Beavens, Sandra Lou 602 Beayer, Judith 335, 617 Beaver, Dorothy Nell 457, 588 Beaven, Lynne Adair 254, 451. 617 BeaveH, Merwin Gordon 516 Beaven, Nancy Joanne 338, 617 Bechtol, Roy Alph 292, 523, 617 Beck, David Drew 276, 588 Beck, Gail Anne 237, 551 Beck, Milton C 419 Beck, Richard Earl 427, 602 Becker. James David 424 Becker, Richard Arthur 280 Becker, Susan Anne 226 Beckett, Linda E 217 Beckey, Andrew Daniel 321, 551 Beckey, Sylvia Louise 348, 356, 3K Beckham, Earnell 94. 336. 429, 551 Beckham, Phyllis June 335 Beckham, Robert Lawrence 286 Becklund, Ann Helen 336, 429, 551 Beckman, Jan Margaret Tips 98 Beckman, Sanders Guest 268, 419 Becknell, Nelda Kay 98, 117, 228. 551 Beckoff, Ivan Charles 268 Bedenbender, John William 102, 407 Bedingfield, Jr., Howard Lee ... 99, 443 Bedmar, David Roy 274 Bedrick, Frank Johnny 452, 478, 516 Bedrin, Linda Joyce 261 Beeler, Park Lyle 350, 374 Beeley, Rebecca 252 Beere, Charles W 602 Beery, Roy F 288 Beesley, Sandra Ann 241, 551 Beeson, Barry T 602 Beeson, Richard Reagan 393, 410, 463, 551 Behne, Sheryl Kay 204, 234, 235, 412, 527, 528, 588 Behrendt, Douglas Duane ... 344, 588 Beinhorn, Syril Lee 245 Beirner, Mark William 99 Beisenherz, Paul 440 Beisenherz, Robert L 441 Belcher, Madge Elizabeth 617 Belisle, Mavis Velta 198, 356, 425, 438 Belk, Elizabeth (Libby) 253, 527. 531, 617 Belknap, Elizabeth Margaret 253 Belknap, Sandra Jane 235 Bell, Brenda Lynn 197 Bell, Charlotte Traylor 263, 338 Bell, David Henry 284, 551 Bell, Donald Earl 418, 543 Bell, Douglas E 602 Bell, Jr., Francis Folsom 286, 516 Bell, James Harold 272, 455 Bell, James Michael 535 Bell, IV, James Nathan 325 Bell, John David 286, 535, 537 Bell, John Lyn 423, 588 Bell, John Woodson, Jr 430 Bell, Lois II. m- 94, 244, 551 Bell, Mary Elizabeth 252, 405 Bell, Mollye McDowell 396 Bell, Robert Luther 207, 617 Bell, Victoria E 617 Bell, Wilfred Chapman .... 443, 447, 588 Bell, Wilson Guy 534, 537 Bellamy, Robert Spence 617 Bellamy, Ronald Gene 401 Seller, Park Lyle 602 Bella 110-119 Bellinger, Patricia Ann 246 Bellnoski, III, William Oliver .. 99, 617 Bellows, Mrs. Helen 288 Belt, James Henry 369, 402, 443, 447, 449 Belt, Walter Edwin 498, 499, 516 Beltz, Mrs., Dixie Lee 360 Benavides, Jr., Enrique F 427, 602 Benavides, Rosalinda 348, 356 Bender, Michael Louis 200, 323, 617 Bender, II, Richard Bolton .... 318, 365 Bender, Susan Elise 332, 583 Bendorf, Robi H 602 Benecke, Cynthia Ann 345, 391 Benefield, Michael Alan 443 Bengston, Donald David 296 Benjamin, David Gleason 206 Benjamin, Marye Durrum 438 Bejamin, Pamela Mae 91, 410, 602 Benjamin, Richard Walter 402 Bennett, Baylus Earls 296, 516 Bennett, Mrs. Camila S 425, 438, 551 Bennett, Carl Max 410 Bennett, Earl Dean 419 Bennett, Joe Bill 281 Bennett, John Scott 27 2, 461, 602 Bennett, Morris Wayne 404, 551 Bennett, Richard Holland 288 Bennett, Terri lanne 339 Bennett, Trudy Lee 617 Bennie, William A 204 Benson, Jr., Burton Brighton 441 Benson, Eleanor Sky 233, 588 Benson, James Mervin 216 Benson, James William 588 Benson, Jr., Joseph Chaffin 310 Benson, Karl Y 368 Benson, Kenneth Earl 430 Benson, Rosalie Raines 237, 551 Benson, Tangie Mae 551 Benson, William Scott 352 Bentley, Kenneth Reed 316 Bentley, Michael Emmona .... 277, 602 Bentley, Russell L., Jr 551 Bentley, Zoe Anne 419, 551 Benton, Brenda Sue 347, 602 Benton, Matt Hall 315 Benton, Vickie Louise 249, 617 Bentrup, Beryle 199 Beran, Douglas Arnold 441 Beran, Gary Lynn 409, 551 Bercu, Steven Lloyd 304, 454 Berg, Allan Morton 304, 551 Berg, Charles Morton 443 Berg, William Kenneth 310 Bergen, James Kenneth 278 Bergen, Wanda Elaine 251 Berger, Joel Stewart 322 Bergfeld, Jr.. Julius Louis 294, 540 Bergquist, Ronald Edward 369, 434, 617 Bergstrom, Joan 199, 208, 258, 339, 617 Bergstrom, Marvin Alan 310, 602 Berhardt, Fred 463 Bering, Gaile Lottie 258, 602 Berisfbrd, Barry A 102, 283, 393, 546 Berkman, Jr., John Lawrence . . . 292, 406 Berliner, Barbara Jan 198, 199, 227 Berly. Ill, James Fran 280 Berly, Janis Ann 241, 371. 412, 551 Berman, Alex 100 Berman, Cheryl Marcia 245 Hermann, Mark William 322 Bernard, Ginger Carroll 117, 200. 241, 334, 367, 451, 472 Bernard, Nancy 117, 197, 239, 264, 346, 450, 453, 602 Bernard, William John 393 Bernardoni, Stephen Louis .... 363, 366, 394 Bernat, E. Robert 326, 546 Bernat, Marc Phillip 210, 304 Bernat, Richard Alan 304, 617 Berndt, Otto Burke 410 Bernhard, Johnnie Mae 332, 602 Bernhardt, Anne Currie 234, 461 Bernhardt, Jr., Charles Fredrick ... 369, 443 Berniard, III, Lewia John 102, 404. S51 Bernstein, Howard Lawrence .... 201, 322, 361, 551 Bernstein, Richard Lee .... 99, 304, 524. 617 Bernstein, Ricki Annette .... 199. 210, 227, 339, 453 Bernstein, Sharon Kaye 26 Bernstein, Stanley Jay 322 Berringer, Dan P 272 Berronei, Richard 602 Berry, Barbara Jill 117, 199, 346, 453 H.-iry, Elsie Joan 617 Berry, George Madison 199. 283, 452, 516, 533 Berry, Jimmy Dee 316. 617 Berry, Margaret .. 33, 91, 94, 348, 349. 432, 460 Berry, Nancy Sharon 461 Berry. Phillip Paul 551 Page 638 Ham, Pages Berry, Robert Al.n 284, 457 Berry, Ronald C 411 Berry, William Larkin 98 Bertch, III, Thomas Maguire 326 Berumen, Mike 369 Berwick, Michael H 551 Beschen, Jr., Darrell Anthony 283, 374, 602 Bescher, Barbara Anne 234, 551 Bcscher, Judith James 412 Beaeda, Rose Ann 412 Besselman, James Arthur 315, 516 Besselman, Marcia Margaret 223 Best, Jesse Edison 386 Best, Thomas Adolph 315, 617 Beta Alpha Psi 419 Beta Beta Alpha 420 Beta Gamma Sigma 92 Beta Theta Pi 274-275 Bethard, Uhlus Wayne 410, 427 Ili-tli. -a, Lona Katherine 259, 588 Ilrt[in, Joan Diane 331, 551 Bellinger, Charles Ollie 423 Belts, Cheryl Frances 242, 338 Beutel, A. P 436 Bevill, Nancy Jo 347, 602 Bevill, Tom Ray 280, 536 Bey, Ziad Mardam 395 Beyea, Eleanor Bankston 239, 261 450, 551 Beyer, Jr., Chester Wuldemar 416, 588 Beynon, E. T 73 Bhagat, Judy 388 Bhagat, Surinder K 102, 388, 421 Bianchi, II. David Charles 103 Bianchi, Paul Henry 441 Bickel, Stephen Douglas 296 Bickerstaff, Robert Stephen 281 Bickerstaff, Troy Richard 546 Name Pages Bickerton, Craig Bierman .... 326, 588 Bickle, Larry Wayne 102, 411 Bickley, John Strock 92 Biediger, Dennis Mark 365, 394 Biegcrt, Eugene Austin 410, 588 Bienvenu, II, Joseph Ramsey 288 Bierds, Donna Margaret 356, 412 Bierkamper, Gretchen A 552 Bierner, Mark William 323, 617 Biggs, Jeff Michael 537 Biggs, William Renshaw 419, 546 Bilgutay, Leyla 333 Bill, Robert Gregory 303 Billa, Larry Joseph 373, 385, 435. 532, 552 Billion, Vickie Jo 239 Bills. Rodney Mac 321, 588 Billups, James Thomas, Jr 409 Billups, Susan Wilder 199 Binder, Martine Robin . . 94 Binder, Robert Thomas 434 Binford, Bonnie Marie Wright 95, 217, 438 Bingham, Jr., William II.irn-11 .... 206 Bintliff, Charles Henry 274 Bipper, Annette 332 Bird, David Edward 312, 536, 544 Birden, Sheila Ann 237 Birdsong, Malcolm W 602 Birdwell, Al Evans 92 Birdwell, Jr., Lloyd Willis 81, 93. 200, 201, 283 Bishop, Donald Clinton 294 Bishop, George Scott 292, 617 Bishop, Gerald Knox 369 Bishop, Julie Davis 263, 617 Bishop Randy Mack 294, 520 Bishop, Sara Lynda 588 Biskin, Harvey 431 Bistrezki, Jerome Jay 588 Name Pages Name Pages Bitchie, Carol Ann 345 Bittner, Frederic Allen 552 Bivins, Betty 252 Bizzell, Donald Howard 406, 552 Black, Bess 24 Black, Dayle Rhea 226 Black, James Milton 294 Black, Joan E 532 Black, Larry Joe 291 Black, Leon 492 Black, Linda 259 Black, Nancy Elaine 239 Blackaller, Judy Gale 252 Blackburn, Charlene Ray 602 Blackburn, Sue Evelyn 225, 393, 418 Blackburn, Susan M 463 Blacklock, Carrol 199, 210, 602 Blackstone, Jr., Sam Neal 410, 430 Blackwell, James Lee 284, 401, 552 Blarkwell, William Albert 292, 589 Blair, Jr., Ben Rogers 291, 370, 552 Blair, Cheryl Lynn 229, 453, 617 Blair, Harold Dean 390, 552 Blair, Jimmy Don 310, 393 Blair, Joe Sluart 423, 602 Blair, Lee Ann 223, 552 Blair, Timothy Joseph 417 Blake, Marlin Maurice .. 417, 498, 499, 602 Blake, Raymond Gay 372 Blake, Ronald Wayne 208, 365, 617 Blakeney, Marvin Robert 292 Blakes, Madelaine Helen 552 Blakeway, Victor Darrell 363 Blakey, Carolyn Estine 241, 602 Blakney, Richard Douglas .... 272, 589 Blalock, Sammy Eston 409 Blanchette, Linda Bass 239, 603 Blandy, Deborah Anne .... 108, 117, 201, 241, 264, 589 Blanksenship, II, John David Blankenship, Robert Norwood Blank, Charles Edwin 301, 402 Blankenship, Anne Elizabeth 225 Blankenship, John Charles .... 348, 441, 617 326, 617 374. 589 Blanton Dormitory 331 Blanton, Cheryl Lynn 355, 617 Blanton, John Freeman 350 Blanton, Judy Schleyer 88 Blanton, Robert Louis 284 Blanlon, William T 617 Blankes, Dan Harve 318 Blaudeau, Adrian Louis 544 Blaylock, James V 470 III, -iy 1. ii- k, Thelma 469 Blaylock, William Chapman 534 Bledsoc, Hoyt Eugene 294, 478, 516 Blend, Benjamin Lee 99, 312, 544, 603 Bley, Carol Ann 552 Block, Barbara Merrie 225 Block, Edward Frederick, IV 552 Block, Mary Dickey 239, 603 Block, Michael Wallace 315 Blocker, John Findlay 318 Blood, Susan Jane 204, 223, 527. 603 Bloodworth, Beverly 241, 338 Blood worth, Rexie Ann 224 Bloomquist, Marvin 102, 424 Blount, Martha Ann 239 Bludau, Owen William .... 271, 361, 363, 403, 435. 552 Bludeau, Adrian Louis 588 Bludworth, Billy Ray 603 Blum, Eugene 218 Blum, Gary Neil 441 Blum, Lois Ann 226 Bill Merries, his wife, Diane, 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 639 Name Pag " Name Pages Name Pages Name Pages Blumberg, Armin Walter 536, 537, 552 Blumberg, loan Phyllis .. 119, 210, 244 Blume, David Michael 374, 385 Blume, Eileen Fay 340, 617 Blume, George Herman 385, 435 Blume, Martha Kay 340, 617 Blumethal, Mark 99, 304 Blumrich, Brenda Nell 236, 237, 338, 617 Blunk, William David 27, 30 Blunk, Jr., William David 201, 310, 589 Blurton, Jerry H 589 Boardman, Jr., Henry Porter . ... 2%, 297 Boardman, Noel 552 Boatler, Sidney Ray 364 Bobbitt, Burdina Root 94 Bobbin, James Ellis 292 Bobbitt, Phillip Chase 266 Bobo, Jerry Lynn 410 Bobo, Peggy Sue 228, 603 Bobo, II, Roy Alexander 440, 441, 552 Bock, Betsy Ann 226, 552 Bock, Carol Sue 456, 457, 552 Bock, James Edward 312, 416 Bock, Jean Pool 432 Bode, Charles W., Jr 603 Bode, John Warren, Jr 443, 603 Bodemuller, Pamela Marie 589 Bodoin, Mrs. Rex 333 Bodoin, Robert 210 Boecker, Barry James 386 Boehl, John E 102, 409, 424, 546 Boehm, Jr., Carl F 350 Boehm, Telva J 409 Boemer, Eugene Frank 415 Boening, Bruce Adolph 206 Boening, Gilbert Edwin, Jr 602 Boenisch, David Eugene 351, 394 Boettcher, Armin Schlick 315 Boettcher, Dorothy Kimbell .. 223, 552 Bogan, Brenda Jo 251 Bogard, Jesse Dewaine 406 Bogart, Vivian Ann 412, 589 Bogart, George Allen 40 Bogart, Patricia Annette 371 Bogel, Thomas Augustus 103, 374 Boger, Jr., Allen Dickson 369 Boggs, Alice Ann 617 Boggs, Allen Neal 443, 603 Boggs, Mary Alleen 223 Boggs, Mollie 204 Boggus, Dennis Lynn 207 Boggus, Robert Franklin 102 Bohannon, Julia Carol 532 Bohannon, William George 197 Bohls, Carl Emil 436, 552 Bohls, Linda Louise 234 Bohls, Raymond William, Jr 102, 424 Bohman, Joan Marie 239 Bohmfalk, Charles Stevens 102, 205, 409, 424, 552 Bohn, Carl H., Jr 589 Bohn, Carol Ann 461 Bohnert, Reuben Edward 403 Bohnn, Bonnie Ann 254, 342, 617 Bohrer, Paula Irene 237 Bohs, Carl J 544 Boice, Arthur Henry 407 Boise, Jeanne Louise 91, 197, 198, 223, 264, 429, 603 Boland, Diana Lynn 210, 220, 234, 412, 603 Boland, Hayden Edward 201, 361, 434, 435, 589 Boldt, Richard D 216 Boles, Robert Wendell 411, 522 Bolger, David Jack 266 Bol