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X S Q "" ""f"""' "' '- A' ' -' ' - , W -1 -gr - Nw- 7 7+ . ,- ar h B 1958 BYU Uhr Hvrvgrinna rin Yearbook of THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SCHOOL OF LAW JOSEPH R. DARNALL, JR. Editor-In-Chief Hnlumv 36 Publishedby THE SOCIETY OF THE PEREGRINUS, INC. The Symbol of 0ur Law School This is believed to be the most complete and authentic history of the Peregrinus yet published. lfVe are grateful to Mr. Scott W. Key for clarifying some important details, and for confirming the accuracy of this narrative. The Latin word "pere- grinusi' is an adjective meaning "traveled from a foreign place." It is pro- nounced with the "u" short, and by accenting the long "iv, that is, "pair-ah- GRINE-us,', rhyming with uminusf' The symbol of the Law School known as the Peregrinus, however, is pronounced in an en- tirely different manner which will be explained later in this narrative. Much of the territory conquered by ancient Rome was allowed to retain the local substantive law. Roman citizens, on the other hand, were sub- ject only to the law of Rome, regardless of where they went or with whom they dealt. Commerce sprang up between Romans and the territories, creating serious legal problems. What body of law would apply to a contract between a Roman and a person of one of the territories? To deal with this difficulty, Rome sent travel- ing judges, "Praetors Peregrinusf' on circuit tours through the territories. Their job was not to apply any formal body of law, but to see that justice was done in each case according to the dictates of conscience. This is one of the important roots of the law of Equity. 15 9 if 4 W. S. Simkins began teaching in the Law De- partment at The University of Texas in Septem- ber, 1899. He had been a Colonel in the Con- federate Army, and had practiced law for several years in Dallas. His main subject of instruction was Equity, a junior law course. One year later, in the autumn of 1900, junior law student jim L. McCall made a lasting name for himself as one of the all-time great centers on The University of Texas football team. It is not surprising that, in the process, he was absent from a few of his Equity classes and missed judge Simkins' explanation of the Praetors Peregrinus. Page 4 It was early December, 1900. In the basement of the east wing of the old Main Building, where the Law Department was then located, the Equity class was in session. jim McCall was present, but probably apprehensive, for judge Simkins was conducting an oral quiz to review material covered in his fall lectures. In another part of the room, next to a blackboard, sat Russell R. Savage and Scott W. Key, both junior law students. "Mr. McCall, what was the Peregrinus?,' asked judge Simkins. "judge, I don't know, unless it was some kind of an animal," replied McCall. A wave of laughter swept the class. With sudden inspiration, Russell Savage leaned over to Scott Key and whispered, "I will draw a picture of itlv Savage had a natural talent for drawing. He found a piece of chalk and began deftly sketching on the blackboard the creature in his imagination. Scott Key kept watch on judge Simkins, who did not notice them. The completed drawing was about three feet long and twenty inches high. It ,depicted a four- footed animal with a piebald coat of short fur, and rather slenderglegs. Its tail, held proudly erect, was extremely bushy. It had a bird-like beak as long and narrow as a stork's, but set with the con- ical teeth of an Archaeopteryx. There were no ears to be seen. A small crown was set on the back of its head where ears might have been. Its stance left no doubt that the creature was alert to some danger. Its beak was slightly open. Its back was arched, and one forefoot was held straight out in front. This foot wore a manis high- top work shoe. One hind foot was laced into a boxing glove. The other two feet were bare, showing claws. "The Peregrinusn was written under the draw- ing. 4 it if W This work of art remained on the blackboard for several days and was the subject of much jok- ing in which the students used a variety of odd pronunciations. It was from this banter that the current usage descended. Today, when speaking of this creature, the word is almost universally sounded as "pair-ah-grin-OOS", that is, the "in of "Peregrinus" is short, while the "u" is long and is accented. This unorthodox pronunciation has mistakenly been attributed to judge Simkins, in reality, he always spoke the word in the correct Latin, even on that fateful day when the animal was iirst drawn. Iudge Simkins saw this Peregrinus as symbol- izing the administration of equity. The work shoe -he called it an Irish ditcher's boot-shows that law will protect the least of mankind. The bare claws give warning that the greatest of mankind must fear its power. The arched back suggests it is ready to spring, just as the law is always ready to protect rights or prevent wrong. The sharp beak symbolizes the power of equity to penetrate the mysteries of the law, a power which must be developed by study. The bushy tail reminds us that equity brushes away the technicalities of the law and does justice on the merits. Early in the spring of 1901, the junior Law Class adopted this Peregrinus as their emblem. Savage drew the creature on cloth and, with the help of his landladies and of Elmer Pope, cut out the drawing and sewed it onto another piece of cloth of a different color, creating a banner. Its life was short, for in a few weeks a rival student group, either the Freshman Law Class or the Engineers, destroyed it. ' ' In 1902 the Peregrinus was being depicted with a high-top work shoe on each front foot, a boxing glove on each hind foot. It was thus shod when it made its first appearance in print, in the 1902 Cactus. . The first papier mache model of the Peregrinus was created in the fall of 1912. It is unknown ex- actly how many have been created and destroyed since. The Peregrinus which currently reigns over the Law School appeared about 1948. The upraised left front foot and the right hind foot each wear a cowboy boot emblazened with the Texas Lone Star. The other two feet are bare, showing claws. The legs are somewhat thicker and shorter than on the original Peregrinus, and the tail is far less bushy. Brought out only for special occasions, the Peregrinus is kept safe in a secret location. 5 if 5 Q Russell Savage practiced law in Corpus Christi for many years. On February 24, 1936, he wrote to judge Ira P. Hildebrand, then Dean of the Law Department: Someone has suggested to me that, as I am getting past middle age, it might be well to do something about the Peregrinus. Personally, I doubt very much that anyone but an engineer would have any designs on the Pere- grinus. Nevertheless, as the sole perpetrator of this monstrosity, I will be glad to do anything that you may suggest to fix the ownership where it belongs. The only thing I can think of just at present is for me to convey whatever right I have in it to the University for the benefit of the Law Department, and then the Law Department could take out the necessary papers on it. I really am confused in whether it should be copyrighted, trade-marked, or patented. Perhaps, being somewhat animal-like, it might be registered. I feel sure that the Iunior Laws of this year will be able to work out the pro- cedure. With best wishes, I am, ' Your friend, Russell Savage Although there is no record of it being officially adopted, the Peregrinus is now firmly rooted as the traditional symbol of The University of Texas School of Law. Page 5 ww: Nw .ww , V 1111 Evhirniinn to Corwin Waggoner Jonnson Professor oi Law It is appropriate that the Tenth Anniversary Peregrinus should honor a man who displays a summation of the qualities found in the many fine professors who, through the years, have formed the strong academic foundation upon which our law school stands today. One of the most popular and respected members of the faculty, he is not only a gentle- man and a scholar, but a skillful, patient teacher of the highest standard. It is with sincere appreciation that we dedicate this Peregrinus to Professor Iohnson. ig 3 51X Q -f' V4 .aw QQ Mfg a QXMYSC'-Ne FW ,MW xww, H. AQ. Y 1 ,rxvxb Qs.. X Q. page Q K .mr N. , . Z fkff . I .QW -ANN z . -S 3151? Q OSX X :N XX Xe ,mis Q X S' wk -Q X S X 15 FEES ki? X X qxf-.1 S Qs S xr 35, R Q 's xi- X 5 .ff xx xv Q S i S S s 5 S S Qs w x 5 E S K Q K 2 E E s E 5 E Q xx Pa Q e Keeto n Deen of the School of Law Professor of Law Upon graduating from The University of Texas School of Law, Dean Keeton joined his alma mater as Assistant Professor of Law in 1932. He became Associate Professor of Law in 1936, and Professor of Law in 1939. He was Assistant Dean of the School of Law in 1940-1942, and has been Dean since 1949. Dean Keeton was on leave of absence 1942-1945, when he served successively in the OHice of Price Administration as Chief Counsel of the Petroleum Branch, Division Counsel fFuel Divisionl, and Price Executive of the Petroleum Branch, and as Assistant Chief Counsel of Petroleum Administration for War, Washington, D. C. From 1946 to 1949 he was Dean of the University of Oklahoma Law School. He was on leave of absence at the University of California during the spring semester of 1958. He is editor of Cases on Fraud and Mistake and co-editor of Seavey, Keeton and Thurston, Cases on Torts. Dean Keeton's tenure as Dean has resulted in superior facilities for the training of qualified attorneys through his efforts in securing the new Law Building, highly qualified professors, and a more adequate legal library. His personality, past accom- plishments and future plans have earned for him the respect and affection he , .jgw receives. Subject: Torts Born 1909 A.B., LL.B., University of Texas, 1931 S.I.D., Harvard University, 1936 THOMAS J. GIBSON, III ASSISTANT DEAN OF THE scHooL OF LAW Assistant Professor of Law Mr. Gibson became a member of The University of Texas School of Law faculty in 1949 as an Instructor in Law. He was Texas State Librarian 1952-1954, and returned to the School of Law as Assistant Professor and Associate Law Librarian until 1956 when he became Assistant Dean. Mr. Gibson served in the United States Navy from 1941 until 1946. Subject: Legal Bibliography Born 1918 B.A., University of Texas, 1939 LL.B., University of Texas, 1948 Page 1 1 1 1 r l .YH LEON GREEN CHARLES TILFORD MCCORMICK Distinguished Professor of Law Distinguished Professor of Law Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Green began his legal career as Instructor in Law at The University of Texas, 1915-1916, Adjunct Professor of Law, 1916-1918, and Professor of Law, 1920-1926. Mr. Green was also in private practice, specializing in Appellate Practice in Austin, Dallas, and Fort Worth, 1920-1926. In 1926 he became Dean Con leavej of the University of North Carolina School of Law, Visiting Professor, Yale University School of Law, 1926, Associate Professor, 1927, Professor, 1928, Pro- fessor of Law and Dean of the.Northwestern University Law School, 1929-1947, at which time he returned to The University of Texas as Professor of Law. A pioneering thinker, Mr. Green is well known for his Rationale of Proximate Cause, his text of Judge and Jury, and for his casebooks, Cases on Injuries to Relations and The Iudicial Process in Tort Cases. Subjects: Torts, Injuries to Relations Born 1888 Attended University of Michigan, Summer 1921 B.A., Ouachita College, 1908 M .A., Yale University, 1928 C honorary Q LL.B., University of Texas, 1915 LL.D., Louisiana State University, 1938 After graduating cum laude from Harvard, Mr. McCormick practiced in Dallas, 1912- 1917 and 1919-1922. He began his law-teaching career as Professor of Law at'The Uni- versity of Texas, 1922-1926. He was Professor of Law, University of North Carolina, 1926-1931, Dean, 1927-1931, Professor of Law, Northwestern University, 1921-1940 and in 1951. He was Dean and Professor of Law, University of Texas, 1940-1949, and has been professor Law since 1949. A respected authority on Evidence, Damages, and Federal Procedure, he is author of McCormick on Damages, McCormick on Evidence, and Cases on Evidence, and co-author of McCormick and Ray, Texas Law of Evidence, McCormick and Chadbourn, Cases on Federal Courts, and McCormick and Fritz, Cases on Damages. Mr. McCormick has taught at Cornell, Yale, Chicago, Stanford, University of Washington, Columbia, and Harvard. Subjects: Contracts, Federal Procedure, Evidence Born 1889 B.A., University of Texas, 1909 LL.B. cum laude, Harvard University, 1912 Page 12 ROBERT WELDON STAYTON GEORGE WILFRED STUMBERC Distinguished Professor of Law Distinguished Professor of Law Mr. Stayton entered the legal profession in San Antonio in 1908, practicing there and later in Corpus Christi until 1923. He has been Professor of Law at The University of Texas since 1925. He was a member of the Board of Legal Examiners, 1921-1923, judge, Commission of Appeals, 1923-1925, President, Texas Bar Association, 1924-1925, Texas Civil Judicial Council, 1930-1946, Texas Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Rules of Procedure, since 1940, Committee on Interpretation of Rules, 1942-1944g Managing Secretary of Texas Law Review since 1926. His continuous analytical studies have pro- duced unsurpassed clarification of the methods by which law is administered in Texas. Among the major research projects conducted by Mr. Stayton are: Functional Indications of Reported Opinions ibegun 19311, Pendency of Texas Civil Litigation 1 begun 19381, Court Reorganization fbegun 19481, The Plastic Code Cbegun 19511, and Decisions and Judicial Legislation 1 begun 19511. Author of Method of Practice, 1935, and Casebooks on Texas Procedure, 1952, he has written Texas Form Books since 1915. Subjects: Judicial Administration, Legal Method Born 1886 B.A, University of Texas, 1907 LL.B., University of Texas, 1927 Mr. Stumberg practiced law in Missouri, 1912-1913, and began his teaching career at Louisiana State University Law School, 1919-1925, as Associate Professor and Professor of Law. Since 1925 he has been Professor of Law at The University of Texas. He served with the Board of Economic Warfare as Assistant Counsel in 1942 and, in 1943, as their Special Representative in French West Africa. He then became Adviser on French Economic Affairs in the Foreign Economic Administration through October, 1944. Long recognized as a leading expertin two iields-Criminal Law and Conflict of Laws-Mr. Stumberg is also known for his recent work in Admiralty Law. He is the author of Prin- ciples of Conflict of Laws, Cases on Admiralty, Criminal Law and Its Administration, Texas Cases and M aterialsg Cases on Conflict of Laws, and Guide to the Law and Legal Literature of France. , Subjects: Criminal Law, Conflict of Laws, Admiralty Born 1890 Attended Washington University, 1909-1910 Attended Oxford University, England, 1913-1914 and 1916 B.A,, Louisiana State University, 1909 LL.B., Columbia University, 1912 1.D., Yale University, 1924 Page 13 1 Page 14 EDWARD WELDON BAILEY Professor of Law Mr. Bailey began practice with Calloway and Reed of Dallas, 1928-1930. He became Associate Professor of Law at The University of Texas in 1930, and has been Professor of Law since 1936. He was one of those who helped draft the new Corporation Code, and is a member of the Texas State Bar Committee on Revision of Corporation Law: Subjects: Private Corporations, Trusts, Future Interests, Wills and Adminis- tration Born 1898 ' B.A., University of Texas, 1920 LL.B., University of Texas, 1928 S.1.D., Harvard University, 1942 WILLIAM F. FRITZ Professor of Law Mr. Fritz began his legal career as Assistant Professor of Law at The University of Texas soon after being admitted to practice in Texas in 1946. He became an Associate Professor in 1949, and has been Professor of Law since 1956. He was a Sterling Fellow, Yale Law School, 1949-1950, and served in the United States Army, 1943-1945. ' Subjects: Marital Rights, Real Property, Damages Born 1911 B.A., University of Texas, 1935 M .A., University of Texas, 1938 LL.B., University of Texas, 1946 GUS MACEY HODGES Professor of Law Mr. Hodges was admitted to practice in Texas in 1932 and practiced in Dallas 1932-1940, at which time he became Professor of Law at The University of Texas. He is a Commissioner on Uniform State Laws. Subjects: Judicial Remedies, Trial Procedure and Pleading, Appellate Procedure Born 1908 B.B.A., University of Texas, 1930 LL.B., University of Texas, 1932 WILLIAM O. HUIE Professor of Law After being admitted to the Texas Bar in 1935, Mr. Huie practiced in Austin until 1936, when he became Assistant Professor of Law at The University of Texas. He rose to Associate Professor of Law in 1939 and has been a Professor of Law since 1946. He was Assistant Dean at The University of Texas School of Law, 1946-1948. In 1939-1940 he was a Research Fellow, Harvard Law School. He served in the Office of Price Administration as Senior Attorney, 1942-1943, and in the United States Nav , 1943-1946. His ublished casebooks o y p n Texas law include Administration of Estates, Land Limitations, Public Lands, and Marital Rights. A Subjects: Marital Rights, Oil and Gas, Trusts Born 1 91 1 B.A., Henderson State Teachers College, Arkansas, 1932 LL.B., University of Texas, 1935 S.I.D., Harvard University, 1953 CORWIN WACCONER JOHNSON Professor of Law Mr. johnson was admitted to practice in Iowa in 1941. From 1942 to 1946 he was a Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In 1946 he was ad- mitted to practice in California and became an Instructor in Law at the University of Iowa. In 1941, and again in 1947, he was a Sterling Fellow at Yale University Law School. He joined The University of Texas faculty in 1947 as Assistant Pro- fessor of Law, rose to Associate Professor of Law in 1949, and has been Professor of Law since 1954. He has been an active member of the several Water Law Con- ferences sponsored by The University of Texas School of Law. During the 1958 spring semester he was on leave teaching at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Subjects: Real Property, Personal Property, Water Law, Texas Land Titles Born 1917 A.B., University of Iowa, 1939 1.D., University of Iowa, 1941 LEON LEBOWITZ Professor of Law Mr. Lebowitz entered the United States Army after being admitted to practice in Texas in 1943. He became Assistant Professor and Law Librarian, Baylor Uni- versity, 1946-1948g Associate Professor of Law, 1948-1956, Visiting Professor of Law, University of Texas, Spring 19553 Associate Professor of Law, 1956, and Pro- essor of Law, 1957. He is the author of Legal Bibliography and Research, was I isiting Associate Professor of Law and Faculty Editor of Louisiana Law Review, E955-1956, and a member of Texas State Bar Committee on Revision of Corpora- ion Laws. Subjects: Private Corporations, Civil Procedure, Corporation Finance Born 1921 I A.B., Baylor University, 1950 LL.B., Baylor University, 1943 LL.M., New York University, 1952 i Page 15 Page 16 - ,- KEITH E. MORRISON Professor of Law Mr. Morrison worked as an economist for the Agricultural Extension Service, University of Wyoming, 1939-1941, and served in the United States Army, 1942- 1945. He became Associate Professor of Law at The University of Texas in 1948 and has been Professor of Law since 1951. Subjects: Taxation, Constitutional Law, Estate Planning, Practice Before the Railroad Commission Born 1910 Attended Bethany College, 1927-1929 B.A., University of Kansas, 1931 M .S., University of Wyoming, 1939 LL.B., Yale University, 1948 WALTER E. OBERER Professor of Law Mr. Oberer was in private practice in Detroit, Michigan, 1949-1955, after serv- ing in the United States Army, 1942-1946. He was part-time Lecturer at the Detroit College of Law, 1952-1955, became Associate Professor of Law, University of Texas, in 1955, and Professor of Law in 1957. Mr. Oberer is on leave, serving as Executive Secretary of the Public Review Board of the U.A.W. International Union. Subjects: Contracts, Criminal Law, Legal Profession, Agency and Partnership Born 1921 B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1942 LL.B., Harvard University, 1948 MILLARD HARRINGTON RUUD Professor of Law Following his World War II service as a Captain in the United States Army, Mr. Ruud was Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Kansas, 1947-1948. He came to The University of Texas in 1948 as Associate Professor of Law, and has been Professor of Law since 1950. He was Assistant Executive Director of the Texas Legislature, 1950-1952, and general editor and co-author of the Study of the Uni- form Commercial Code. Subjects: Legislation, Agency and Partnership, Commercial Law, Local Government Born 1 91 7 B.S.L., University of Minnesota, 1942 LL.B., University of Minnesota, 1947 HUBERT WINSTON SMITH DIRECTOR OF THE LAW-SCIENCE INSTITUTE Professor of Law Dr. Smith's legal career began in Dallas where from 1930 to 1936 he practiced law and, in the evenings, was Professor of Law at jefferson University. He was Associate in Medical-Legal Research, Harvard Law School and Medical School, 1941-1945, Professor of Legal Medicine, University of Illinois, 1945-1949, Pro- fessor of Legal Medicine and University Research Professor of Law and Medicine, Tulane University, 1949-1952, Professor of Law and Legal Medicine, and Director of Law-Science Institute, University of Texas, since 1952. He has been editor and contributing author in national symposia on Scientific Proof and Relations of Law and Medicine and Legal Responsibility of Medical Malpractice. He has been a member of the Legal Advisory Committee, National Society for Medical Research, Officer in Charge, Legal Medicine Branch, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, United States Navy, World War II, Consultant in Forensic Psychiatry, V. A. Hospital, Gulfport, Mississippi, and U. S. Public Health Hospital, Fort Worth, Texas, Con- sultant in Legal Medicine, V. A. Hospital, Houston, Texas, and Associate Editor, journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. Subjects: Evidence, Legal Medicine and Elements of Medicolegal Litigation, The Science of Human Behavior in Relation to Law Born 1907 A.B., University of Texas, 1927 M .B.A., University of Texas, 1931 LL.B., Harvard University, 1930 Attended University of Edinburgh Medical School, Scotland, 1936-1938 M .D., Harvard University, 1941 JOHN F. SUTTON, IR. Professor of Law Mr. Sutton was in private practice 1941-1942 and 1945-1951 in San Angelo, and since 1951 in Austin. He spent 1942-1945 with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington, D. C., and was a Lieutenant, judge Advocate General's Corps, United States Army Reserve, on reserve duty 1948-1953. He was a Director on the Tom Green County Bar Association Board, 1956, and member of the International Association of Insurance Counsel. He came to The University of Texas in the fall of 1957 as Professor of Law. Subjects: Contracts, Criminal Law, Agency and Partnership, Legal Profession Born 1918 LL.B. with honors, University of Texas, 1941 j. HENRY WILKINSON, JR. Professor of Law Mr. Wilkinson was an accountant until he became an Agent for the Bureau of Internal Revenue in 1937. His service in the United States Navy began as a Lieu- tenant Cjgl in 1942 and ended as a Lieutenant Commander when, late in 1945, he returned to the Bureau of Internal Revenue for two more years as an Agent. He was Assistant Professor of Law at The University of Texas in the summer of 1950, then practiced in Midland until he rejoined the Law faculty in 1957 as Professor of Law. A member of the Permanent Tax Council, he lectured in 1954, 1955 and 1957 at the Tax Conferences sponsored annually by the School of Law. Subjects: Federal Estate and Gift Taxation Born 1913 B.S., University of South Carolina, 1934 LL.B. with honors, University of Texas, 1949 Page 17 Page 18 IERRE STOCKTON WILLIAMS Professor of Law Mr. Williams became Instructor in Law, University of Iowa, and Faculty Editor, Iowa Law Review, 1941-1942, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Denver, 1946, Associate Professor of Law, University of Texas, 1946-1950, and Professor of Law in 1950. He was an attorney with the Office of Price Administration, Wash- ington, D. C., in 1942, and a Captain in the United States Army, 1942-1946, and was Associate Director, Study of Loyalty-Security Program, City of New York Bar Association, 1955-1956. He is the author of Cases and Materials on Employees' Rights and The Supreme Court Speaks, and was Associate Editor, Labor Relations and the Law. Subjects: Constitutional Law, Labor Relations, Employees' Rights, Legal Pro- fession, Seminar in Legal and Economic Aspects of Collective Bar- gaining Born 1916 A.B., University of Denver, 1938 LL.B., Columbia University, 1941 IOSEPH PARKER WITHERSPOON Professor of Law Mr. Witherspoon was Assistant Professor of Law at The University of Texas, 1948-1950, Associate Professor of Law, 1950-1955, and has been Professor of Law since 1955. He was on leave of absence, 1951-1952, as Chief Counsel, Apparel and Service Trades Branches, O.P.S., Washington, D. C. He is advisory editor, Natural Law Forum. Mr. Witherspoon was Lieutenant Commander, United States Naval Reserve, on active duty 1942-1946. He was on leave at Harvard University, 1957- 1958, on a Rockefeller Foundation grant for research in jurisprudence. Subjects: Administrative Law, Legislation, Constitutional Law, 'Philosophy of Law and Jurisprudence Born 1916 Attended Hardin College, 1934 A.B., University of Chicago, 1936 LL.B., University of Texas, 1948 MARION KENNETH WOODWARD Professor of Law . After being admitted to practice in Texas, Mr. Woodward served in the United States Army, 1943-1945, was in private practice in Amarillo, 1945-1946, became Associate Professor of Law, University of Texas, 1946, and Professor of Law in 1950. In 1949-1950 he was a Sterling Fellow, Yale University. He has been Acting Dean of The University of Texas School of Law during the summer sessions since 1950 and the 1958 spring semester. He was Assistant Dean, 1948-1951, and Associate Dean, 1951-1953. Subjects: Mortgages, Texas Land Titles, Wills and Administration, Oil and Gas Born 1912 B.A., University of Texas, 1933 ' M .A., West Texas State College, 1940 LL.B., University of Texas, 1943 ,qi LEO G. BLACKSTOCK Visiting Professor of Law Mr. Blackstock taught Business Administration at Trinity University, 1924-1925, Business Law at Sam Houston State Teachers College, 1925-1927, and has been Professor of Business Law at The University of Texas since 1927. A member of the Texas Bar since 1933, he was admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States in 1952 and the United States Court of Military Appeals in 1955. He was Chief Examiner, Cas Utilities Division, Railroad Commission of Texas, 1937- 1938. In 1953 he became Visiting Professor of Law at The University of Texas School of Law, and his volume of Cases on Military Justice was published in 1954. Since 1940 he has been a Colonel, judge Advocate Ceneral's Corps, United States Army Reserve. Subjects: Military Law, Legal Accounting Born 1899 B.A., University of Texas, 1923 M .B.A., University of Texas, 1925 LL.B., University of Texas, 1933 ARTHUR B. CUSTY Visiting Professor of Law Mr. Custy came to The University of Texas for the 1958 spring semester from the University of Mississippi Law School where he was Associate Professor of Law, 1950-1954, and has been Professor of Law since 1954. He is faculty advisor to the Mississippi Law Journal. He served in the United States Army, 1941-1946, and is presently a Captain, Iudge Advocate General's Corps, United States Army Reserve. In 1950 he was a Graduate Fellow at Yale University. Subjects: Property, Seminar in Farm Tenancy Born 1 91 8 B .A., University of Mississippi, 1948 LL.B., University of Mississippi, 1949 JULIUS F. FRANKI Visiting Professor of Law Mr. Franki was Assistant Attorney General of Texas, 1934-1935, then entered private practice. He became a part-time Lecturer at the College of Business Ad- ministration at The University of Texas in 1947, and a part-time Lecturer in Law at the School of Law in 1948. He was Special Assistant to the U. S. Ambassador, Santiago, Chile, 1942-1944, and spent 1945 with the U. S. Department of State. He is the author of Vernon's Texas Rules of Civil Procedure. Subjects: Civil Procedure and Practice Born 1909 B.A., LL.B., University of Texas, 1932 Page 19 Page 20 CAYNOR KENDALL Visiting Professor of Law Mr. Kendall was admitted to practice in Texas in 1932, at which time he became Assistant Attorney General of Texas. Since 1935 he has been in private practice, except for service in the United States Navy, 1944-1946. Mr. Kendall became a part-time Lecturer in Law at The,University of Texas School of Law in 1950. Subjects: Brief Writing and Appellate Advocacy Born 1910 LL.B., University of Texas, 1932 R. DEAN MOORHEAD Visiting Professor of Law Mr. Moorhead was admitted to the Texas and Federal bars in 1942, and served as Assistant Attorney General of Texas, 1942-1945. In 1943-1944 Mr. Moorhead was on the faculty of The University of Texas School of Law, and in 1946-1947 on the faculty of the College of Business Administration. He is a member of the International Association of Insurance Counsel and Federal Insurance Counsel. Subjects: Seminar in Fiduciary Administration Born 1916 A.B., University of Kansas, 1938 LL.B., Columbia University, 1941 PETER WARD Visiting Professor of Law Mr. Ward is visiting from Cornell Law School. He has been practicing law in Buffalo, New York, since 1941. He became Associate Professor of Law at Cornell University in 1951, and has been Professor of Law since 1956. He was a Major, Field Artillery, United States Army, 1941-1945. Subjects: Torts Born 1914 A.B., Harvard University, 1936 LL.B., Cornell University, 1939 E. ERNEST GOLDSTEIN Associate Professor of Law Mr. Goldstein began practice in Washington, D. C., in 1947, was with the Depart- ment of Justice, 1947-1949, and the War Claims Commission, 1949-1951. He was Assistant Counsel, Special Senate Crime Committee, 1951, General Counsel, Monopoly Subcommittee, House judiciary Committee, 1951-1952, Restrictive Trade Practice Specialist, U.S.R.O., Paris, 1952-1954. Mr. Goldstein has been Associate Professor of Law at The University of Texas since 1955. He is a member of the American Society of International Law, and of the National Planning Associ- ation. He served with the Army Security Agency, 1942-1946. Subjects: Property, Government Regulation of Competition, International Law, World Trade Problems Born 1918 A.B., Amherst College, 1939 LL.B., Georgetown University, 1947 S.I.D., University of Wisconsin, 1956 PIERRE R. LOISEAUX Associate Professor of Law Mr. Loiseaux was admitted to practice in Massachusetts in 1950. He became a Teaching Fellow, New York University School of Law, 1950-1951, Assistant Pro- fessor -of Law, University of Arkansas, 1951-1953, Assistant Professor of Law, Emory University, 1953-1955, Associate Professor of Law, Emory University, 1955, and became Associate Professor of Law, University of Texas, 19572 He served in the United States Army, 1943-1947. Mr. Loiseaux is a member of the American Arbitration Association Panel of Arbitrators. Subjects: Creditors' Rights, Commercial Law, Contracts, Labor Law, Fraud and Mistake Born 1925 Attended University of New Hampshire Attended Shrievenham University, England LL.B., Boston University, 1950 LL.M., New York University, 1951 E. WAYNE THODE Associate Professor of Law Mr. Thode was Briefing Attorney for the Supreme Court of Texas, 1950-1951, and was Assistant Attorney General of Texas, 1951-1952. In private practice 1952- 1955, he became a Lecturer at The University of Texas School of Law in 1952, Visiting Associate Professor in 1954, and Associate Professor in 1955. Mr. Thode served in the United States Army, 1943-1946, and was Assistant Defense Counsel, War Crimes Trials, Manila, P. I., 1946. Subjects: Procedure, Torts Born 1920 B.S., University of Illinois, 1943 LL.B., University of Texas, 1950 E Page 21 Page 22 If '-lr V CHARLES ALAN WRIGHT Associate Professor of Law Mr. Wright was a part-time Assistant in Instruction, Yale University Law School, 1949-1950, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Minnesota, 1950-19535 Associate Professor, 1953-1955. He has been Associate Professor of Law, University of Texas, since 1955. He was a law clerk in U.S. Circuit Court, 1949-19503 Secre- tary, Minnesota State Bar Association Court Rules Committee, 1952-1955 g Assistant to the Reporter, U. S. Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Rules of Civil Pro- cedure, 1952-1956, Consultant, Alabama Committee for judicial Reform, 1956. He is author of Wrighfs Minnesota Rules and Cases on Remedies. Subjects: Procedure, Labor Relations, Constitutional Law Born 1927 A.B., Wesleyan University, 1947 LL.B., Yale University, 1949 HELEN HARGRAVE LAW LIBRARIAN Assistant Professor of Law Miss Hargrave was admitted to practice in Texas in 1926. She became Assistant Law Librarian at The University of Texas in 1930 and has been Law Librarian since 1940. Miss Hargrave is a member of the State Bar of Texas and President of the American Association of Law Librarians. Subject: Legal Bibliography Born 1895 Attended Columbia University, 1940 LL.B., University of Texas, 1926 DENNY OUZTS INCRAM, IR. q i Assistant Professor of Law Mr. Ingram was editor of a newspaper before becoming a member of the Texas House of Representatives in 1951. He spent 1951-1954 in the United States Army, and in 1957 entered private practice. He became Assistant Professor of Law at The University of Texas in the fall of 1957. Subjects: Contracts, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law Born 1929 ' B.A., University of Texas, 1955 LL.B., University of Texas, 1957 WOODROW WILSON PATTERSON DIRECTOR, LEGAL AID CLINIC Mr. Patterson became Director of the Legal Aid Clinic in November, 1941. He began the practice of law in Austin in 1936, and since 1941 he has been a member of the law firm of Patterson and Patterson. From 1937 to 1941 he was Assistant District Attorney of Travis County, Texas. Subjects: Legal Aid, Ofice Practice Born 1913 LL.B., University of Texas, 1936 WARNER A. HANCOCK LEGAL AID ATTORNEY Mr. Hancock was in private practice at La Feria, Texas, 1949-1950. He was Assistant Secretary, State Bar of Texas, in 1950-1951, and was Instructor in Law at The University of Texas, 1952-1955. He is the Assistant Director of the Legal Aid Clinic. Mr. Hancock served in the United States Navy, 1943-1946. Subject: Legal Aid Born 1923 B.B.A., Baylor University, 1943 LL.B., University of Texas, 1948 Page 23 DOROTHY P. SMITH Administrative Secretary BARBARA MAYS . Senior Secretary SYBIL LEE Switchboard Operator Page 24 KATHERINE BARLOW Research Assistant Director Law Science Institute MARGARET OGLESBY Senior Secretary AUDREY LIEBLING Secretary MARY JANE JONES Secretary GLENDA JOHNSON Senior Secretary ,S ..... 1 1, ------ : -1 X35 Q Rf- - xi X, ' Q u e' NN , Sf. Qgst wi Q X3 - ' SQA' A iff: ssskm SALLY GREEN Senior Secretary A is NX X2 Skier ,ge A , A X .N....,,.,, , ... , ,mea KATHRIN SERATA Placement Secretary LAURA SHEA Secretary LOIS GRANT Secretary to the Director Law Science Institute SARA L. RUMBO Senior Library Assistant JULIENNE C. SPRAGUE Library Assistant MILDRED E. MONK Secretarial Assistant ,.s, . QHQQX --::. I .Esi ..,.,. S x l. 1 X A N i X X SHIRLEY X X SS RN Q x 5 X X x Q fx xg Q Q s XS gx x X GROVE Senior Secretary JOEL W. RUDD Cataloger X N Vs X N Us .,.,. .N., N W. .,., -. 5 X: X XX I , X X A Sim S E X , in ,Q xx .sig i ss ' . JOHN H. WILLIAMS Senior Library Assistant --., Q ST' . .s., 1 .'::: T :" . Xs.. wx we' Q rflsri '--, .N "i: Q 5 X15 , 3 I3 XSQEXX S lx 5 Xxx ex Q I X QA R X xX x . . :Y. Q' i 'M , 'X X ., M QQ9 X, f I ---- : 1-, ..x. A X' fs: xx s at m X EVELYN C. MCMANUS . . Library Assistant I HENRY T. LOHRMAN Assistant Law Librarian MARTHA ADAMSON Secretary to the Dean HENRY A. DUNN Building Superintendent Page 25 The Svvninr 61115155 The law: It has honored usg may we honor it. DANIEL WEBSTER 1958 Page 26 TOWNES HALL ON A SNOWY MORNING BILL BOGLE President BOB SKIDMORE Secretary-Treasurer Spring 1 958 FRANK DOUGLASS w e W X ., .,.,., ? X . ,.,. S BBBB P xx E5 X N X Q XX S S? XX M X xx X x x X We ,N.. 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SHULTZ MAC TICHENOR Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Fall 1957 BUD CECIL A Permanent Class Agent WAYNE ROBERTS Permanent Class Agent Permanent Class Secretary xxx ms M X Q X Q X gi SSX ii W A X wi X Wx W X W rw A Q- t Page 27 IZ RUF US IAMES ADCOCK BBA, University of Texas Phi Delta Phi ALLAN BRITT ADKINS Honor Roll Peregrinus-Associate Editor Moot Court-First Round Law Bachelors Clubbe Football BA, University of T exas, 1955 Phi Delta Phi Chancellors-Vice-Chancellor Texas Law Review-Casenote Editor Honor Roll Quizmaster MAURICE ENEAS AMIDEI BBA, Southern Methodist University, 1955 Praetors-Praetorian Guard Law Bachelors Clubbe Football Page 28 ROBERT LANDIS ARMSTRONG BA, University of Texas, 1953 Law Day-Public Relations Committee Assistant Chairman, Steering Committee Chairman CARL WILLIAM AHRENS BS, University of Illinois Peregrinus-Assistant Photographer Law Day-Program Committee, Public Relations Committee Law Bachelors Clubbe Football, Golf MAX DEE ALLEN University of Texas Phi Alpha Delta Moot Court-Second Rount DONALD OLIN BAKER BA, University of Texas, 1950 Phi Alpha Delta Law Day-Public Relations Committee JOSEPH RONALD BALSON BA, University of T exas, 1956 Softball, Football l P Ulf RICHARD FRANK BERGNER STUART BENSON BA, University of Texas, 1956 BS, University of Texas, 1955 Phi Delta Phi Q VVILLIAM JOSEPH Tegas gjlwt Revlew' BENARDINO an 1 a 6 X BA, Sam Houston State College LI-ionin-Clxollk F' 1' BARNETT Praetors-Praetor Peregrinus, Qslm SFI -Quartep ma lst BA, Rice Institute, 1955 Pafliamefltafian, a er , Phi Delta Phi Praetorian Guard A Chancellors-Keeper of the 113.4 00LCifuft'F1'St Round Peregrinus Cot 3 l Texas Law Review- A Comment Editor Honor Roll EDWIN A. BLUESTEIN, JR. BBA, University of Texas, 1952 SAM R, BLACKHAM Phi Delta Phi-Exchequer, BA, Texas Western College, Social Chaimlan CLYDE CHARLES BISHOP 1953 Tegas gfiwfevlew- BBA, North Texas State Law Day-Picnic Committee H an li T16 1 DONALD RAY BERNARD College, 1955 Onof 0 IBA, University of Texas, 1954 Phi Delta Phi Honor Roll Bar Assn.-Sec.-Treasurer Student Activities Oflicer A Peregrinus Board of Directors Dicta-Feature Writer Consul Moot Court-First Round Law Day-Barristers Ball, Speakers, Program Comms. Law Bachelors-Soc. Chm. Delta Theta Phi Law Bachelors Clubbe Football, Softball Page 29 5 JOSEPH VICTOR BOERNER, IR. Univefsity Of Texas RICHARD PAUL BOGATTO BA, Rice Institute, 1955 Phi Delta Phi BILL FRANK BOGLE Chancellors BA, Texas Christian Texas Law Review-Associate Univefsityf 1956 Editor Phi Delta Phi Honor R011 Texas Law Review- Associate Editor Honor Roll Bar Association Board of Governors Senior Law Class President I? I WALTON PORTER BONDIES, IR. BBA, Southern Methodist University Phi Alpha Delta Peregrinus-Associate Editor Dicta-Lay Out Associate Consul Quizmaster LOLA LEE BONNER BS, Texas A if 1, 1953 FRANK RUSSELL BOOTH BBA, University of Texas, 1952 Phi Alpha Delta THOMAS G. BOUSQUET Moot Court-Second Round BA, Uniuefsity of Texas' 1956 Phi Alpha Delta Peregrinus-Associate Editor Student Court-Chief Justice, Associate justice Law Day-Steering Committee, Barristers Ball Committee Assistant Chairman ALSA-Delegate to National Convention Law Bachelors Clubbe- Page 30 Social Chairman Law Day-Barristers Ball Committee Law Bachelors Clubbe JAMIE CLAYTON BOYD BBA, H ardin-Simmons University, 1952 ' Praetors Y t WILLIAM SYLVANUS BROWN ANTHONY GERARD BA, University of Texas, 1954 BROCATO BILL H' BRISTER BBA, University of Texas, 1954 BS, Northwestern Louisiana Phi Alpha Delta EDWIN EARL BREWER State Cvllege, 1949 Honor R011 BA, Texas AUM, 1952 Phi Delta Phi Moot Court l Praetors-Praetor Aerarii Moot Court-First Round AVID HAMILTON BRUNE ., University of Texas, 1953 Phi Alpha Delta Dicta-Circulation Manager, News Writer Election Commission Moot Court-Second Round -1.T,,, ,,,,. WW Y. CECIL CAGLE CAM MACK, JR. BBA, University of Texas U,,,,,,,UU,,, Moot Court-First Round PAT N. CAIN BBA, Texas Western College BS, North Texas State Phi Alpha Delta College, 1953 Delta Theta Phi Law Bachelors Clubbe Page 31 5121 BILL A. CAMPBELL BS, McMurry College Phi Alpha Delta HORACIO CANALES Bar Association Board of BBA, Uflivef-Sify Of Texlw, 1955 Governors-Vice-President RUBEN RAUL CARDENAS Mid'LaW Class ViCe'PfeS- BS, St. Edward's University, Consul n 1951 IOHN THOMAS CATER Law DaX"Steermg, Phi AIPIIR Delta University of Texas Committee, Barristers Law Bachelors Clubbe Ball Committee, Program Committee Chairman Mid-Law Scholastic Achievement Award Extracurricular Certificate OWEN WILLIAM CECIL BBA, University of Texas, 1956 Delta Theta Phi-Tribune, Natl. Con. Delegate Bar Assoc. Board of Gov. Freshman Law Class Pres. Mid-Law Class Pres. Senior Law Class Agent Dicta Board Consul Moot Court-Quarter-Finals Law Day Co-Chairman Law Day-Steering Comm., Public Relations Comm. Extracurricular Award JIM KEITH CHOATE BBA, Texas Tech, 1952 x Phi Alpha Delta-Justice, MONROE NELSON Treasurer CLAYTON, IR. Consul BBA, University of Texas, 1956 RQBERT PATRICK CLINE Moot C0u1't-Winner Delta Theta Phi-Tribune BBA, University of Texas, 1956 Regional Moot Court-Winner National Moot Court- Quarter-Finalist Moot Court Board of Governors-Co-Chairman Law Day-Steering Committee, Master of Softball, Basketball, Football Ceremonies Page 32 Bar Association Board of Gov. Freshman Law Class Vice-President Dicta-Lay Out Editor Moot Court-Quarter-Finalist Moot Court Board of Gov. Law Day-Speakers Committee, Program Committee Co-Chairman ALSA-Natl. Conv. Delegate Honor Roll Law Day-Picnic Committee s Q 5 X X A I I' 4 ALICIA TUREK coLL1Ns AC"demy'19 3 JESSE ROGER COLLINS BS, United States Naval BA, College of New Rochelle Dicta-Humor Bfiard HAROLD LEE COIT Dicta-Humor Board Lagolggigiffegglihic -- BBA, Balilo' Umuemtyf 1951 Law Day-Ticket Committee Display Committee Assistant Chairman :, Texas Tech, 1955 Honor R011 Delta Theta Phi Law Bachelors Clubbe 1955 WELDON STONE n BBA Texas Western College Alumni Tutelarii DONALD LEE COTTON BBA, Texas Western College, COPEL AND Praetors-Praetor Urbanus, HAROLD LEE COMER 'I I Moot Court-Second Round BA, Texas AbM, 1955 P111 Delta Ph' Football BILLY ICE COLWELL Praetors-Praetor Tutelarii , University of Texas, 1956 Football hi Delta Phi A exas Law Review- Candidate Honor Roll Page 33 EB BRAD CRAWFORD, JR. BA, Texas Tech, 1956 Delta Theta Phi EDWARD ELTON Honor Roll CROWELL Moot Court-Quarter-Finalist BA, University of Texas, 1955 GEORGE ALLEN CRQWLEY ALSA-RCPTCSCMHUVC Delta Theta Phi BA, University of Texas 5 E 5 Fllm Fomm Phi Delta Phi JOSEPH ROGERS Honor Roll DARNALL, JR' Election Commission BBA, University of Texas, 195 Delta Theta Phi Peregrinus-Editor-in-Chief Chief Photographer Consul ROBERT CARL DAVEE BS, University of New Mexico, 1952 Phi Alpha Delta Texas Law Review- Candidate Honor Roll Honor Council Moot Court Senior Division-Winner Law Day-Picnic Committee, Speakers Committee, Barristers Ball Committee Law Bachelors Clubbe Page 34 Law Bachelors Clubbe- Ollicial Photographer JOHN LEWIS DAVID i BA, Texas AfbM, 1953 Delta Theta Phi FRANK DAVILA 4 BA, University of Texas, 1958 4 Delta Theta of the Rolls BA, North Texas State Collegt 1953 Phi Alpha Delta Election Commission A Moot Court Senior Division Finalist Law Day-Assault 8: Flattem Committee Softball int MAURICE GERALD DAVIS BBA, Texas Tech, 1952 LEONARD EARL DAVIS Peregrinus-Assistant I BS, Trinity University, 1953 Ph0t0g1'aPhef FRANK BARRETT DAVIS Phi Alpha Delta Dlcfa-Reporter BA, University of Texas, 1949 Iljaw Dasi:fiCHiClCsgnmiftee l . . aw Bac eorsCu e- I Phi Delta Phi Treasurer -1 University of Texas ESTELA DE LA GARZA Phi Delta Phi 'niversity of Texas Honor Roll Ba, Association Board of Moot Court-Quarter-Finalist Governors I Dicta-Editor, Associate Editor Consul Law Day-Public Relations Committee WILLIAM THOMAS DEFFEBACH BBA, University of Texas, 1952 Phi Delta Phi-Magister, Clerk Chancellors-Clerk Texas Law Review- Comment Editor Honor Roll Consul Quizmaster Law Day-Speakers Committee Co-Chairman Outstanding Mid-Law Student Award MARTIN JOSEPH DESTEFANO WILLIAM JAMES DERRICK BBA, Uniwfsity Of Texas, 1954 Phi Delta Phi Honor Roll Moot Court-First Round Moot Court Senior Division- Semi-Finalist Law Day-Assau1t6z Flattery Committee, Barristers Ball Committee Law Bachelors Clubbe Football, Softball BILLY RAY DICKERSON BA, University of Texas, 1955 Phi Delta Phi Texas Law Review- Associate Editor Honor Roll Quizmaster Page 35 MARGARET WELLS DOBBIN S BA, Smith College Law Day-Barristers Ball Committee FRANK RUSSELL DOUGLASS BBA, Southwestern University, 1953 Phi Alpha Delta-Treasurer, Projects Chairman Perm. Senior Law Class Sec. Dicta-Sports Editor Dicta Board Consul Regional Moot Court-Winner Natl. Moot Court-Quarter-F i. Student Court-Chief justice TROY DOUTHITT, JR. BA, Midwestern University, 1950 A BI 5 E X E i JEAN KYLE DUVALL BA, University of Texas, 1956 Phi Alpha Delta-Athletic Chairman Honor Roll Football, Basketball, Baseball LYN WOOD GRAYBURN ELLIOTT University of Texas Phi Alpha Delta-Marshal Football Page 36 Law Day-Steering Comm., Picnic Com. Co-Chairman Football, Basketball, Softball GEORGE THOMAS ELLIS BBA, Ohio State University, 1955 Law Day-Picnic Committee Law Bachelors Clubbe JOHN BAXTER ELLIS BA, University of Texas, 1955 Phi Alpha Delta Moot Court-First Round CHARLES WILLIAM EMERSON BS, St. Edward's University, 1 1952 Election Commission I Football int JOHN BRYANT FAULKNER BS, Texas Christian University, CHARLES RICHARD 1951 EYSTER Praetors-Praetor Urbanus, BBA, Texas AQM, 1953 Lictor, Alumni Tutelarii Election Commission Moot Court-Second Round Law Day-Public Relations Committee Football ' NORMA LEE FINK BA, U.C.L.A., 1953 Kappa Beta Pi-Recorder, Quarterly Correspondent Honor Roll Student Court-Associate Justice DAVID RAY FINNEY BS, Texas Christian University, 1955 Delta Theta Phi Dicta-Sports Editor Law Day-Speakers Committee Law Bachelors Clubbe Athletic Chairman Football ROLAND NORTH ERNEST JOHN FLOWERS BA, Texas Christian University, 1956 F LICK, JR. Phi Delta Phi University of Texas, Texas LEIW Review- BBA, Texas Western College, Phi AIPII3 Delta Candidate v 19 55. Honor Roll JOHN WEBSTER Football FLANAGAN Praetors-Lictor BS, Texas AirM Election Commission MS, Louisiana State University Football Page 37 5 en L. BRUCE F RYBURCER BA, University of Cincinnati, 1956 Phi Delta Phi Moot Court-First Round Law Bachelors Clubbe KENNETH DALTON FURLOW Lam' Tech JAMES FREDERICK GARNER 5 y BA, Yale University, 1953 BA, Oxford University, 1955 Phi Alpha Delta-Marshal Law Day-Scholastic Awards Committee Co-Chairman HALLIE WARD GILL, IR. BA, Texas Tech, 1953 Law Day-Assault Sz Flatter Committee Y Law Bachelors Clubbe Page 38 DONALD NIMMO GOLDSTON BA, Texas Christian University, THEODORE GOLLER JR 1953 ' Phi Delta Phi BBA, University of Oklahoma Honor Delta . Law Day-Assault 81 Flattery Honor R011 Committee JAMES EUGENE GEABY BBA, University of Texas, 1956 JAMES ALBERT GOWAN BA, University of Texas Delta Theta Phi Moot Court-Second Round Football, Basketball WILLIAM LLOYD int CODY DANIEL GREER ROBERT ALVIN HALL BA, Rice Institute, 1955 Phi Delta Phi KENZY DON OVAN HALLMARK BS, Texas AGM, 1951 MS, Texas AbM, 1954 Delta Theta Phi BBA, University of Texas Texas Law Review- Sonor gon ll - ' onor o cnoncn A. GRAHAM, JR. Phi Alpha Delta HASSOQR5 Edltof Law Dayfgiristers Ban 5354g1University of New Mexico, Elcgsltion Commission- onor o Committee Chairman airman Phi Alpha Delta Law Day-Public Relations Election Commission Commlttee Moot Court -Second Round MARSHALL ALLEN JAMES RICHARD HARRIS BS, Indiana University, 1953 Phi Alpha Delta FRANK LLEWELLYN HART BA, Texas Western College, 1 951 Election Commission HARRELL, JR. BBA, University of Texas HARDWICK Phi Alpha Delta BBA, Hardin-Simmons Intramural Honor Code University, 1951 Committee Delta Theta phi Football, Softball Law Day-Ticket Committee Moot' Court-Quarter Finalist Student Assistant to the Dean Law Day-Scholarship Committee Chairman Page 39 JAMES JOSEPH HARTNETT BBA, University of Texas, 1957 JOHN EDWARD HEITLER BA, University of Texas, 1954 Moot Court-First Round Page 40 5 MARTIN C. HASKETT, JR. BA, Texas Afbl, 1954 Delta Theta Phi-Bailiff HOWARD I. HATOFF Fdotball, Baseball, Basketball BA, Ohio State University, 1953 Moot Court-First Round I? DOUGLASS DODSON Law Day-Ticket Committee HEARNE Law Bachelors Clubbe BA, Texas AdrM, 1951 Phi Alpha Delta Honor Roll Moot Court-Second Round ROBERT WINSLOW HOLLIDAY BA, University of Texas DIXON WADE HOLMAN HODOI' R011 BBA, University of Texas, 1955 HARRY LEE HUDSPETH BA, University of Texas, 1955 Phi Delta Phi Chancellors Texas Law Review- Associate Editor Honor Roll University of Texas Students' Association Vice-President T int i IAMES R. IRION, III BA, Texas Christian University, GEORGE WILLIAM HUGO 1955 BBA, Southern Methodist PhiA1Pha Delta University, 1952 Texas Law Review- , Phi Delta Phi-Rush Candldate Chairman Honor Roll Honor Roll JAMES WALLACE JAMESON GERALD DODSON Q JAMES North Texas State .College BS 1949, BS 1950, Texas Adrl Delta Theta P111 Phi Delta Phi Lagvolrgxggiggsaiilt 8: Flattery Tegizglijijtfeview- Law Bachelors Clubbe Honor Roll I , ,7 Ln, GUY CADE JACKSON, HI BBA, Texas ADM, 1952 ALFRED JACKSON, IR. Delta Theta Phi-Vice-Dean, BA, University gf Texas, 1951 House Manager, Master of Election Commission the Rltual Moot Court-Second Round Dicta Staff Law Day-Public Relations Law Dax-Assault. 61 Flattery Committee, Picnic Commlttee Chairman Committee Jarrell Garonzik "Hildy's A Cutbackv Award NICHOLAS JOHNSON BA, University of Texas, 1956 jOHN VVESLEY IARRETT Phi Delta Phi-Financial BBA, University of Texas, 1956 Chairman T Texas Law Review-Article 1 Phi Delta Phi Chance lm - Honor Roll Editor Honor Roll Quizrnaster Basketball Page 41 RICHARD OWEN IONES BA, University of Wichita, 1953 Delta Theta Phi-Dean, JOHN OWEN KAIN Exoohoqnoi. BA, St. Edward's University, Honor Roll 1955 RICHARD FRANCIS A Consul Phi Alpha Delta KAUFMAN Election Commission Moot Court Senior Division- University of Texas IAMES HOWARD KEAHEY Law Day Co-Chairman Wlnner Dicta-Associate Editor, B University of Texas 1955 Law Day-Ticket Committee SPOHS Writer nhi Dena Phi , Law Bachelors Clubbe Softball Texas Law Review4Associate Editor Honor Roll Softball, Football RICHARD HALL KEAHEY BBA, University of Texas, 1956 Delta Theta Phi SAM LYNN KELLEY Bar Association Board of BA, N Offh TCXUS State College, Governors 1955 DAVID WARD KING Freshman Law Class Delta Theta Phi-Dean, BS, University of Missouri, 1949 Secretary-TIGHSUIBI Moot Court-Quarter-Finalist Phi Al ha Delta JOHN THEODORE Kipp A LawlDay-Assault 8: Flattery Moot Court Board of .P I , . BBA, University of Texas, 1951 Committee, Ticket Governors Election Commlsslon ' ' Committee Law Day-Graphic Display Ph1 Delta Phi-Exchequer 5 Law Bachelors Clubbe Committee ' Texas Law Review' Candidate Honor Roll Quizmaster Page 42 Law Day-Ticket Committee in r L.uxl. A 4xA1 BA, University of Texas, KUHNE, IR. Moot Court-Quarter-Finalist BOYD ALLEN KNUDTSON BA, Vanderbilt University, 950 V I Meant Court Board of - - - overnors BS, West Texas State College Phi Dqlta Phhsoclal u Chatrman WALTER LEE KNAPP Pht Alpha Delta Honor R011 BA, University of Texas, 1952 Delta Theta Phi l 1 JOHN FRANKLIN MANEB BA, Texas Tech, 1951 JOHN LOCKMAN Delta Theta Phi-Clerk of the BA, University of Texas, 1957 Rolls JACK EDWARD LITTLE Moot Court BA Texas Tech 1952 Softball, Football GLENN WILLIAM LEWIS Delta Theta Phi BA, University of Texas, 1956 Bag'-JA5S0Ci3tl0Hl Beard Of Phi Delta Phi-Historian overnors Texas Law Review-Casenote Editor Honor Roll Page 43 12 r ,TIMOTHY GEORGE MARESH BA, University of St. Thomas, ANTHONY CHARLES Q BBA, Texas AUM, 1952 JOHN BELL M ASON, JR. DiCta"'Featufe Writer BS. Vanderbilt University, 1953 Law Day-PICHIC C0mmltte6 Phi Alpha Delta - ROBERT FREEMAN Law Bachelors Clubbe MAYHALL BBA, Texas Western College, 1955 ODELL LAVON McBRAYER BBA, University of Texas, 1957 Praetors JOHN BOSWELL MCCLANE Honor Council BA, Rice Institute, 1953 ' Law Day-Assault 8: Flattery phi Delta phi-C1erk - CHARLES FRANCE McCOY Committee, Public Honor R011 AB, Harvard University, 1956 Relations Committee, , , , , , Scholarship Committee Bar Association Board of Phi Alpha Delta-Vice-Justice I GRAHAM EUGENE Football Gvvemors Moot ,Court-Quarter-Finalist MCCULLOUGH FfeShH3aH Law C1-HSS Moot Court Senior Division- BA, University of Texas, 1957 Premdent , , Semi-Finalist Phi Alpha Delta-Athletic Moot C0urt'Quarte1"FmahSt Moot Court Board of Chairman Law Dayfpmgram Governors Law Day-Barristers Ball Committee Football, Softball, Basketball Committee, Program Committee Law Bachelors Clubbe Softball, Football Page 44 1 1951 f MARGOIT TA f R ,C I I' DONALD C. MCDONALD BBA, University of Texas, 1950 Phi Delta Phi Texas Law Review- Candidate Honor Roll 'ii University of Texas HENRY LEE MCCEE, IR. Phi Alpha Delta BS, East Texas State College, Moot Court-Second Round 1955 Delta Theta Phi Honor Roll Football, Softball, Basketball EDWARD CONNER MCNEEL Delta Theta Phi HAROLD LEON METTS BBA, University of Texas, 1952 Phi Alpha Delta-Historian Honor Roll Bar Association Board of Governors Honor: Council-Chairman Consul - JACK REEVES MILLER BS, Texas Tech, 1952 BRADLEY CARSON MILES Phi Alpha Delta-Clerk BBA, University of Texas, 1957 Honor Roll WILLIAM T. MILLER, JR. BA, Texas AbM, 1955 Delta Theta Phi Page 45 BBT METO MITEFF BBA, University of Texas, 1955 :H AIP? Delia NANCY PAXTON MOODY DEF:-xfrrlclin Editor BA, University of Texas, 1956 V SPOIQS Edforg ' Kappa Beta pi THURMAN UDELL MOORE Law Day-Steering Texas Lfiwrlleview- BBA, University of Texas Committee, Barristers Ball Candldate Phi Alpha Delta FREDERICK MORTON Committee, Public Honor Roll BA, Texas Western College, Relations C0mmittee Student Court-Associate 1957 Assistant Chairman Justice Phi Delta Phi Extracurricular Activity T L R , - Certificate C3231 d Elite evlew Football, Basketball Honor R011 RAY PAUL MOUDY BBA, University of Texas, 1949 Delta Theta Phi Page 46 Football, Softball BOB D. MYERS BA, University of Texas, 1957 Phi Alpha Delta JOE HOWARD NAGY BS, 'Texas AirM, 1950 Phi Alpha Delta HOWARD FRANCIS Texas Law Review- NAUGHTON Candidate BA, University of Texas HOUOI' R011 Praetors-Praetor Peregrinus Bar Association Board of Football, Softball Governors-Vice-President Quizmaster Law Day-Picnic Committee Co-Chairman in JOHN KEITH NELSON BS, Washington if Lee University, 1953 Moot Court Senior Divisions Semi-Finalist Law Day-Barristers Ball Committee, Public Relations Committee Assistant Chairman LOUIS GORDON NEUMANN BA, University of Texas Phi Delta Phi Honor Roll Bar Association Board of Governors Law Assemblyman ' Law Day-Barristers Ball Committee, Picnic Committee Co-Chairman Law Bachelors Clubbe BA, Texas AvbM, 1953 TAYLOR NICHOLS BA, University of Texas, 1956 Phi Delta Phi-Magister Texas Law Review- Candidate Honor Roll Consul Student Assistant to the Dean Law Day Co-Chairman Law Day-Steering Committee, Scholastic Awards Committee Co-Chairman BA, Southern Methodist DAVID ROBERT OWEN University, 1956' AB, Princeton University, 1952 Delta Theta phi JOE ALLEN OSBORN Phi Delta Phi Texas Law Review- BA, University of Texas, 1954 ChanCeH0f5'C1efk Candidate ROBERT EDWIN Phi Alpha Delta Texas. Law Review-Associate Honor R011 OLIPHANT Edlfof BA, University of Texas, 1955 Hmfor R011 Phi Delta Phi Qmzmastef Honor Roll Moot Court ARVIS E. NOAK ELMER EUGENE PALMER Page 47 CARL ALLEN PARKER BA, University of Texas Phi Delta Phi Honor Roll Bar Association Board of Gov. THOMAS FRANCIS PARKER Texas AbM 121 Mid-Law Secretary-Treasurer Phi Delta Phi LAWRENCE RAY PEARCE Dicta-Sports Editor Law Day-Sch01arShiP 53529North Texas State College, Moot Court-First Round Committee h, I h D 1 V, , JACK PEVEHOUSE Law Day-Program Comm. P 1 A P a e ta' lceilustlce BBA, Southern Methodist Barristers Ball Comm. Chagcelloif-Grand University, 1952 Law Bachelors Clubbe- T C mice og I Law Day-Picnic Committee Social Chairman eiisociizz Eimiiv- Law Bachelors Clubbe- Football, Basketball, Softball Vice-Social Chairman Honor Roll BRADLEY CLYDE Regional Moot Court-Winner National Moot Court- Quarter-Finalist Quizmaster PHAIR, JR. BA, University of Texas, 1955 CARL M' PHILLIPS Delta Theta Phi BA, University of Texas, 1957 Laaggggeailigifiiall Honor Roll WAYLAND DALE PILCHER Chairman BI, University of Texas, 1954 Basketball, Football, Softball Honor Roll DONALD LOUIS PRAGER A Moot Court ' BA, University of Texas, 1956 Page 48 I JOSEPH GILBERT DONALD GALE REESE BA, University of Texas, 1956 Moot Court-First Round PRUD'HOMME Law Day-Program MARTIN LEWIS PRICE Lvyvla University Committee Member and Co-Chairman BBA, Baylor University, 1951 Law Bachelors Clubbe Phi Delta Phi JAMES WRIGHT REHFELD BBA, University of Texas University of Texas, 1954 Phi Delta Phi Texas Law Review- Candidate Honor Roll ROBERT BRUCE REYNOLDS BEN LAMAR REYNOLDS BA, University of Texas, 1957 Phi Delta Phi Chancellors-Vice- Chancellor Texas Law Review-Associate Editor Honor Roll Quizmaster Law Day-Picnic Committee Law Bachelors Clubbe Athletic Chairman Football PAUL REGEN E ROBERTS, IR. HAILEY AUSTIN ROBERTS BBA, University of Texas, 1956 BA, Texas Ai7M, 1953 Delta Theta Phi Page 49 WAYNE ELBERT ROBERTS BS, Texas Christian University, 1949 Delta Theta Phi-Bailiff Bar Association Board of Governors-President Perm. Senior Law Class Agent Consul Graduate Inter-Frat. Council Secretary-Treasurer Law Day-Program Comm., Speakers Comm. Football, Softball 591 WAYNE ARLEN ROHNE BA, Luther College, 1953 Phi Alpha Delta Moot Court-First Round Law Day-Ticket Committee Phi Delta Phi JEROME ROBERT ROSE BBA, University of Texas CHARLES BARDEN RUSSELL, IR. BBA, University of Texas, 1956 Phi Delta Phi Texas Law Review- Candidate Honor Roll Law Bachelors Clubbe ROBERT T ILMAN RYLEE, II BA, U1'liU61'Sity of Texas, Phi Delta Phi SCHENK Moot Court-Semi-Finalist BA, Midwestern University, Moot Court Board of 1955 G0Vem01'5-PTeSid0Ilt Praetors-Praetor Tutelarii Page 50 Moot Court-First Round Football, Softball GUS AUGUST SCHILL, IR. BA, Rice Institute, 1955 Phi Delta Phi-Clerk, Social Chairman, Delegate to National Convention Texas Law Review- Candidate Honor R011 Law Day-Steering Committee, Ticket Committee Assistant Chairman ROBERT ROLAND SCOGIN BS, Texas Tech, 1955 r Delta Theta Phi Law Bachelors Clubbe fu If BA, Baylor University M .Ed., North Texas State, 1952 Phi Delta Phi Chancellors-Keeper of the THOMAS RANSOM SCOTT BA, Rice Institute, 1955 Phi Delta Phi Texas Law Review-Associate Peregfinus Editor ' Texas Law Review-Casenote Honor Roll Edltof Quizmaster Honor Roll Peregrinus-Art Editor Consul Law Day-Graphic Display, Public Relations Comm. JERRY NEILL SHURLEY Della Theta Phi BA, University of Texas, 1955 W. O. SHULTZ, II BS, University of Texas, 1950 Phi Alpha Delta I, Texas Law Review- Candidate Honor Roll Bar Association Board of Governors Senior Law Class Secretary- Treasurer Law Bachelors Clubbe JO EDWARD SHAW, IR. BA, Rice Institute, 1955 JAMES PAUL SHANKS Football BA, Hafdin-SimmOnS JR' UniUeTSity, LUTCHER BLADES SIMMONS MARTIN O SIEGMUND BA, University of Texas, 1953 BA, University of Texas, 1956 Phi Della Phi Honor Roll Page 51 5121 DOLPH BERTRAM HIRST SIMON BBA, University of Texas, 1954 BOB G SKIDMORE Phi Delta Phi I ' 0 Bs, Texas Ae,-M Teg11,f5aV1Q,3jfjjf'Ed1t0f1a1 Phi Alpha De1fa-Treasurer EDWARD DANTZLER Honor Ron Senior Law Class Secretary- SLAUGHTER, JR' Quizmaster Treasurer BBA, University of Texas THOMAS ALAN SNEED Election Commission Univefsity of Colomdo Phi Alpha Delta-Social Chairman Moot Court-Second Round Moot Court Senior Division-Semi-Finalist Law Day-Picnic Committee BRYAN STULTING SPENCER BA, Texas A+ifM, 1953 ROBERT GRAVES Phi Alpha Delta STANDLEE Moot COurt1FirSt Round BBA, University of Texas, 1951 PAUL H STANFORD LaavogliigggSgigsizagfattery QBA, University of Texas, 1953 A Chairman and Chairman Delta Theta Phi-Clerk of 4 GENE EARL STEED the Rolls BS, Texas AvbM, 1953 5 Phi Alpha Delta Honor Roll Page 52 I llf l WALTER EARL STEIMEL lBS, Trinity University, 1950 l l l l JOHN CLINTON STEINBERGER BBA, University of Texas, 1954 Phi Alpha Delta Moot Court-Second Round Law Day-Barristers Ball Committee 1 X 5 ieie WELLS STEWART 1 BA, Princeton University, 1954 INA BACKMAN STEWART BA, Radclife College Kappa Beta Pi Law Day-Graphic Display Committee Phi Alpha Delta Governors Law Day-Program Committee Bar Association Board of Moot Court-Second Round DONALD LAMAR STONE University of Texas Phi Delta Phi I Law Day-Picnic Committee SWANNER CHARLES BENTAMIN DON E. STUDDARD BBA, University of Texas, 1953 Phi Alpha Delta-Delegate to National Convention Moot Court-Semi-Finalist Moot Court Board of Governors-Chairman Quizmaster Law Bachelors Clubbe BA, UniUefSity of TGXGS, BBA, Southwest Texas State Phi Delta Phi College, 1953 Texas Law Review- Dicta-Circulation Manager Candidate Honor Roll Football Page 53 THOMAS GROVER SWIFT, JR. BA, Texas Christian University, TAYLOR JR JAMES SPEN CE 1953 BA, University of Texas Delta Theta Phi-Bailiff Law Bachelors Clubbe Golf Phi Delta Phi THONIAS ROBERT THEALL Honor R011 , BBA, University of Texas Bar Assoc. Board of Gov. Freshman Law Class Pres. Dicta-News Writer Dicta Board Election Commission Student Court-Chief justice, Associate justice ALSA-Representative Law Bachelors Clubbe- Delta Theta Phi-Dean, BILL CUFF THOMPSON Exchequer BA, Texas Christian Universitg Peregrinus-Associate Editor, 1955 Lay Out Editor Phi Delta Phi Dicta Board Honor R011 Law Day-Ushers Committee Election Commission Moot Court -Quarter-Final: Letter-Writer Football JIMMIE NOBLE C THOMPSON BBA. Texas AUM ROGER H. THURMOND, IF Phi Alpha Delta BA, Rice Institute, 1955 V Election Commission Phi Alpha Delta MCHENRY TAYLOR Honor Roll TICHENOR BBA, University of Texas, 1954 ROBERT LINDLEY Phi Alpha Delta-Marshal TOWERY H Senior Law Class Vice-Pres. Jnivefsity of Texas Peregrinus-Board Memb., Delta Theta Phi T ' C0py Ed., Sl1bSCrip- Dir- Football, Basketball, Softbal Consul up I - Election Commission-Chm. Moot Court Sen. Div. Finals Law Day-Steering Comm., Speakers Comm. Co-Chmj Page 54 ALSA-Coordinator I 0 I I' CAROL STON ER VANCE BBA, University of Texas, 1955 EARL VAUGHN TYLER PhiA1Ph2 Delta Univemml of Texas Law Day-Public Relations ' C 'tt ROGER LINN TURNER Delta Theta Phi omm' ee University of Texas Law Day-Assault 81 Flattery DOMINICK SAM Phi Alpha Delta i2l'2Xfef311f4?mbef and TRAMONTE, JR. Moot Court-First Round amm' BS cum laude, St. Edwardfs Law Day-Assault 81 F lattery University, 1954 Committee, Graphic . - - - Display Committee, Peregrmus ASSOC1at6 Edltor Scholastic Awards Committee Law Bachelors Clubbe SCOTT MACGREGOR VANDEMARK Rice I nstitute, 1 949 JACK RAINARD WAHLQUIST BA, Yale University, 1955 Phi Delta Phi TLR-Associate Editor Honor Roll Bar Assoc. Board of Cov. Law Assemblyman Peregrinus-Staff Member Dicta-Associate Editor UT Students' Atty. Gen. F irst-Year Student Award ALSA-Natl. Conv. Delegate HAROLD LYNDON WARF ORD ROBERT BYAS W ARD BI, University of Texas, 1953 BA, Yale University, 1952 Phi Alpha Delta Honor Roll Moot Court-Second Round Law Bachelors Clubbe Page 55 DONALD THEODORE WECKSTEIN BBA, University of Wisconsin WALTER GEORGE Phi Delta Phi WENDLANDT Texas Law Review-Associate BS, Texas AirM, 1949 CREIGHTON NEIL WHITE Editor Ph' Al h D It - - Moot Court-First Round HJHOIPR 51 C a BA, University of Texas, 1955 First Prize, Nathan Burkan Memorial Competition for Best Paper on Copyright Law Law Bachelors Clubbe Football, Basketball, Baseball RICHARD ABE WILLIAMS BA, BI, University of Texas, 5121 MORGAN KENNETH WILLIAMS BSC, Texas Christian University, 1955 Phi Delta Phi Honor Council Moot Court-Quarter-Finalist Law Day-Picnic Committee Delta Theta Phi 1955 WILLIAM LAURENCE Phi Delta Phi WILLIS Texas Law Review-Casenote BA, Univef-Sify Of Texfl-9 Editor ppp- U Q, Jw V Honor Roll BS, University of Houston, 1953 V Prize for Best Overall Phi Delta Phi BOY STEP W1NfATE C tr'bt' T L . BS,U' 't Cl , I Rggieivu Ions to exas aw Texas Law Review-Associate 1956 nwem y of O Om 0 y Editor 1 Quizmaster Page 56 i n WILLIAM D. WIN STON BBA, University of Texas, 1955 Phi Alpha Delta Law Day-Speakers Committee Football I BA, University of Texas IUDSON PITTIER WOOD Delta Theta Phi AB, Harvard University JOSEPH WILBUR WOLFE Phi Alpha Delta BA, University of Texas, 1957 Moot Court-Second Round Phi Delta Phi Honor Roll OHN WILLIAM WORSHAM i, University of Texas, 1953 Phi Alpha Delta Law Day-Speakers YOUNGER Committee BARNEY THORNTON BS, U1liO61'Sity of TGXGS, 1955 YOUNG BA, Yale University, 1955 Phi Delta Phi Chancellors-Grand' Chancellor Texas Law Review- Editor-in-Chief Honor Roll Consul Quizmaster Prize for Best Overall Contributions to Texas Law Review Delta Theta Phi Football, Basketball WILLIAM NEAL WOOLSEY r HAROLD ISADORE ZWEIG BBA, University of Texas, 1955 Page 57 DONALD MARVIN ANDERSON BA,MA, University of Texas CHARLENE ARMSTRONG BA, University of Texas, 1953 Law Day-Ticket Committee JAMES MADISON BRELSFORD BBA, University of Texas, 1957 Phi Delta Phi Honor Roll ANGELO JOSEPH CARUBBI, JR. Ph.B., University of Notre Dame, 1952 Phi Alpha Delta Honor Roll JOHN A. CAVIN BBA, University of Texas Moot Court-First Round Law Bachelors Clubbe WELDON LEON CHERRY University of Texas Praetors WILLIAM ALDRIDGE CLINE, JR. University of Texas Phi Alpha Delta A Honor Roll ALLO BAILEY CROW, JR. BBA, University of Texas, 1955 Delta Theta Phi-Bailiff Moot Court-Second Round Law Day-Picnic Committee Law Bachelors Clubbe Football PATRICK EARL DWYER M .Ed., University of Houston, 1952 Law Day-Picnic Committee JOHN WILSON ELLIS BA, University of Texas, 1954 Law Day-Barristers Ball Committee Law Bachelors clubbe . HOWELL M. FINCH University of Texas Phi Delta Phi Honor Roll Page 58 Svrniura JERRY EDWARD FISCHER BA, University of T exas, 1950 BRADLEY A. FOWLER MA, University of Texas Phi Alpha Delta WILLIAM PAUL FRANKLIN BA, Texas AdrM, 1955 Delta Theta Phi MOSES HAFKIN GOLDBERG BA, University of Texas, 1955 Moot Court Law Day-Speakers Committee KENNETH BRANDT GOODMAN BS, West Texas State College, 1950 GEORGE WILLIAM GRAY, III BA, Southern Methodist University, 1951 Election Commission LOUIS RUSSELL HARDING BBA, Texas Western College, 1955 BRUCE LEMAIRE BBA, Texas Tech, 1955 JACK MERVILLE LITTLE University of Texas Phi Delta Phi Texas Law Review-Associate Editor Honor Roll . Quizmaster Baseball, Basketball JOE RICHARD LONG BA, University of Texas, 1951 Phi Alpha Delta MAX JOHN LUTHER, III BA, University of Texas, 1951 Delta Theta Phi JACK DRENNA MARONEY, II BA, Southern Methodist University, 1948 Delta Theta Phi Honor Roll BILLY JAMES McADAMS University of Texas CLOVIS CLYDE MORRISSON, JR. University of Texas ,Phi Alpha Delta Law Day-Public Relations Committee DON MIRON NUGENT University of Texas Praetors EDWIN MORTON O'CONNOR, III BA, Southern Methodist University, 1951 Phi Delta Phi-Historian Honor Roll ROBERT EUGENE OWEN University of Texas - WILLIAM PRETLOW RIDDICK , BS, Texas Ad:M, 1954 Phi Alpha Delta BENNETT JAMES ROBERTS, JR. University of Texas Phi Alpha Delta WATSON PAYNE ROYE BA, University of Texas JOHN B. SELMAN University of Texas Moot Court JOSEPH HAROLD SHARPLEY AB, Colgate University, 1950 MORGAN ENLOW SHIPMAN BBA, University of Texas, 1955 Phi Delta Phi Texas Law Review-Associate Editor ROBERT TYRE SQUYRES University of Texas FRANK WARD STEINBACH BBA, University of Texas, 1955 Praetors ALBERT SCOTT TAYLOR University of Texas LANIS MURL THOMPSO1' University of Houston Delta Theta Phi Moot Court JAMES HOWARD WARRE University of Texas EDWARD TYNAM P WENDLER University of Texas Delta Theta Phi-Vice-Dear Law Day-Barristers Ball Committee EMORY LANDRUM WHITE, JR. University of Texas WILLIAM KEY WILDE BA, College of William if Mar 1955 J Phi Alpha Delta Grahuatra GEORGE R. DONNELL LL.B., St. Mary's University Phi Delta Phi 5 JAMES GORDON HESTEP BA, Southwest Texas State College LL.B., Georgetown University Phi Alpha Delta KI SONG OH LL.B., Chao University, Tokya GEORGE EDWIN PUGH BBA, University of Texas, 195: LL.B., University of Texas, 19. is Y' s 1 ' X Q A 13 Y swf x E, S1 95 -NX wh .:. . gy. .Q X XSQXS X W .. .5 MEN Q XX S1 N1 X x X XX X S Q x..iT N sys 221: . :,w':c-NNN x Q11-.4 A '- NX X Nx X 1 SRNN W X X X K S x X xr -. wif . U k V . A 2 -w x , X X X R X X 14, fib gf l1:.:,-:f:E:ES' X The tllllihlam 0112155 The remoter and more general aspects of the law are those which give it universal interest. It is through them that you not only become a great master in your calling, but connect your subject with the universe and catch an echo ofthe infinite, a glimpse of its unfathomable process, a hint ofthe universal law. --JUSTICE OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, IR. 1958 TARLTON LIBRARY IN THE SNCW Page 60 JOE CANNON President MAX S S HAM1 YAYJ4 ecretary-Tre5s?gZN U I ?P?aJP?eside"t I' 10 ' INSIDE TARLTON LIBRARY Page 61 Page 62 i THEODORE SAMUEL ABBOTT B.B.A., University of Texas, 1958 IOHN QUINCY ADAMS B.A., Rice Institute M .A., Texas Western College 1 RALPH WADE ADKINS Texas Western College 7 IVAN ALEXANDER, IR. y B.S., East Texas State College y IOE E. ANDERSON T University of Texas THOMAS MARVIN ANDREWS l B.B.A., University of Texas, 1957 1 N 1 I WILLIAM DONALD ARMSTRQ University of Texas , B. RICE ASTON B.A., Rice Institute, 1956 JAMES MACK AUSBURN, IR. North Texas State College DON L. BAKER B.S., Abilene Christian College I 1- SCOTT GILBERT BAUM, IR. , B.S., New Mexico School of Mines, HERBERT MALCOLM BEAZL B.S., University of Arizona, 1954 I LL esee Le I EI N LLY 1. BECKWITH L, University of Texas, 1956 IOMAS ALTON BLAKELEY, JR. iversity of Texas T , A VAN BLAND Eiversity of Texas I E i BERT L. BLEVINS ., University of Texas HARD EDWIN BOWERS .A., University of Texas, 1957 A MES LEON BRADLEY A., Baylor University, 1955 i e V , K A . . EUL HARDY BRUNETTE T + BA., University of Texas, 1956 1 A ARLES RAY BURTON 5 A R., University of Texas, 1957 - . 1 LLLIAM HENRY BURTON ., Howard Payne College, 1954 ' EODORE PAUL BUSCH 1 ., College of St. Thomas, 1954 - ES HAL BYRD 1 5 .A., University of Texas NK WAYNE CALHOUN f ., Texas Tech, 1956 Page 63 Page 64 fi' E S 9 IOHN L. CAMPOS Q B.A., University of Texas IOE BARNETT CANNON B.A., North Texas State College JAMES EDWARD CARROLL B.A., Baylor University PAUL VOTTELER CARROLL I University of Texas A WHITFIELD HARRAL CLARK University of Texas JOSEPH H. CLEVELAND A B.S., West Texas State College, 19577 I 5 i 1 JAMES RICHARD COFFEE 5 B .S ., Texas Christian University, 1956 ION NORMAN COFFEE ' B.B.A., University of Texas CONRAD EUGENE COFFIELD B.S.B.A., Washington University, 1971 IAMES MICHAEL COOK B.A., University of Texas, 1955 SCOTT THOMAS COOK B.B.A., Texas A 0 I IAMES STEVENSON COVINGTON, IR. B.B.A., University of Texas an THQ LOYD CRAWFORD S., University of Texas, 1951 JHN WAYNE CROFT B.A., University of Texas, 1957 COHRON CRUTCHFIELD, JR. B.A., University of Texas, 1954 LUL E. CUNNINGHAM B.A., University of Texas, 1957 FIOMAS ATKINSON CURTIS B.A., University of Texas, 1958 ALCOLM DADE A., North Texas State College, 1956 DNRAD LYNN DARDEN iA., Baylor University, 1956 UBERT TAYLOR DAVIS B.A., University of Texas UARDO EVARISTO de ASES .A., University of Texas, 1957 NALD LESTER DeCORDOVA ., University of Texas, 1957 UL LOGAN DeVERTER, II ., University of Texas, 1954 ES BERNARD DEVINE iversity of Houston Page 65 Page 66 if THOMAS JEROME DEVINE University of Texas EDWARD E. DeWEES, JR. B.A., Austin College, 1954 RICHARD BARTENS DEWEY A.B., Brown University, 1951 ROBERT TEMPLE DICKSON University of Texas PAUL HERVE DIONNE B.A., Colby College, 1953 SAM PRESTON DOUGLASS B.B.A., University of Houston KENNETH WAYNE DREW University of Texas' ALFRED HARRY EBERT, JR. B.S., Washington fb Lee University, 1 WILLIAM LAWRENCE EHRLE McMurry College ARTHUR JAMES ELLISOR B.S.B.A., Kansas State, 1956 JACK FARISS B.A., Rice Institute THOMAS FLETCHER,AJR. B.A., Southern Methodist University, 1955 I fl 'ILLIAM ESLEY FLOYD S., Texas A if M, 1953 'ILLIAM C. FOSTER .A., Southwestern University ICJBREY JAN FOUTS ,xas Tech PBERT HENRY FRANCIS ' 5 iiversity of Texas EAUDE C. FREEMAN, JR. E ,xas Tech xUL EUGENE FRENCH A B.A., University of Texas, 1958 ERALD CARLYLE GALBRAITH A LA., University of Texas, 1957 5 A BSTACIO A. GALVAN 5 5 V ., University of Texas, 1955 IMES FRANKLIN GILBERT A., University of Texas, 1954 ' N DEAN GILPIN A A f .A., Sam Houston State College 5 T T NDELL DOYLE GLASS .E .A., West Texas State College t ',,, A ULTON ALAN GOODRUM, IR. ., University of Texas - Page 67 x x. Page 68 i WILLIAM HYATT GORDON, IR B.A., Rice Institute, 1956 GEORGE RICHARD GRAINGER University of Texas SEINWIL LOUIS GREENBERG B.B.A., University of Texas, 1956 EDWARD L. GRODAHL B.B.A., University of Texas, 1956 GARY REAGAN GURWITZ B.B.A., University of Texas, 1957 SAMUEL EDWARD HALE, IR. University of Texas MILFORD LEE HALL B.A., University of Texas, 1957 ANTHONY BROCK HAMILTON University of Texas ELWIN LOMAX HAMILTON B.A., North Texas State College I ALBERT LESLIE HARRIS, IR. B.A., University of Texas, 1957 RICHARD JOSEPH HATCH University of Texas JACK WADE HAWKINS B.A., Rice Institute, 1955 1, H EI 'ERRY KAY HAYNES Iniversity of Texas 'HOMAS GOULD HENDRICK '.A., Texas A if M IARY BETH HISKEY LS., North Texas State College THOMAS KIRK HOLDSWORTH B.S., McMurry College PAT H. HOLITZKE B.B.A., University of Texas, 1954 ERBERT LEE HOOKS .A., University of Texas, 1957 'IOBINETTE GAY HUFF ILA., University of Texas, 1957 ILLIAM MARION HUF FMAN .S ., Texas A if M E IAWORSKI .B.A., University of Texas, 1957 DREW LEON JEFFERSON A., Texas Southern University, 1956 DIS MARIE IETT ,B.A., University of Texas, 1951 5 ARLES RAYMOND JONES I .A., University of Texas T ,, asss sr T T . . ':s ,.'1 E . 3 my NS: 3 .. ' ' I ..'5:5E:S:E5EEEI2E5Qt:':. .E 52" EQX X xg? - we . I is ug , X : I X' "' "" - N X ,,,.., . , 5 X X - ink, O X 5 XX XX IX X S x as H so T.. fl V. NX, Q XX XXX' . ' 3 ,,A. Q35 -, -Q -. sms, sv ,L X -,-. 5 ' Sis- ,.., Mf X, , Q . s . ' - Page 70 ii HARRY STEPHEN JONES Rockhurst College JOSEPH HARDY JONES, JR. B.A., Texas Christian University, 19. VERNON MURRAY JORDAN B.B.A., University of Texas MICHAEL MARVIN KATZ B.B.A., Texas Air M, 1954 KENNETH CALVIN KEENER B.A., University of Texas, 1953 ROBERT QUENTIN KEITH J University of Texas l , GEORGE LENDON KELLY, JR.i B.B.A., Southwestern University, 194 ROY ADOLPH KIESLING, JR. B.A., Yale University, 1955 HERBERT GREGORY KNAUTH B.A., Rice Institute, 1954 JAY F. KNAUTH I B.S., Texas A dr M R J I BENJAMIN F. KNIGHT B.B.A., University of Texas r DONALD CHARLES KRAUSE B.A., Rice Institute EI QARLES JAMES KVINTA iversity of Texas N ERBERT NEIL LACKSHIN 1., Texas A if M, 1954 ED McCALEB LANGE L., Rice Institute, 1956 DREW LANNIE .E., Arkansas State Teachers College AES H. LAUDERDALE .., University of Texas, 1953 JN S. LAUER L., Pennsylvania State College GH OCHILTREE LEA 4, United States Naval Academy, 1948 ILLIP M. LEACH ., Texas Christian University FRED JOHN LEHTONEN ., Rutgers University, 1952 ERT LEVY .A., Baylor University, 1957 ENE HUBERT LIECK .A., University of Texas, 1958 RLES RAY LIND A., University of Texas, 1954 Page 71 Page 72 i CUVIER LONG LIPSCOMB B.B.A., University of Texas, 1956 WALTER RUSSELL LONG, IR. B.A., University of Texas SOLON OLLIE LOVING, IR. B.A., East Texas State College LARRY I. LYNN B .B.A., University of Texas, 1957 DUDLEY R. MANN, JR. B.S., Texas Western College, 1957 VICTOR ENGLISH MANNING B.B.A., Southwestern University, 1956 EVERETT ARMISTEAD MARLEY, B.A., Rice Institute DUDLEY DAVIS McCALLA B.B.A., University of Texas, 1954 THOMAS DUDLEY McDOWELL B.A., University of Mississippi, 1953 MARIORIE McGOWN B.A., University of Texas, 1953 LONNIE CYRIL McGUIRE, IR. T B.A., University of Texas I JAMES PHILIP MOCKFORD, IR. B.S., Texas A wb M, 1954 l EI KUNSON D MOORE B.A., Texas Western College JRSHAL FRANKLIN MOORE A., University of Texas, 1958 .OYD LEE MORROW B.A., University of Texas, 1956 SEPH LACKLAND ORR lt., University of Texas, 1953 RTIN FREDERICK OWEN Viversity of Texas IOCION S. PARK, III Bras A if M DN LEON PATTERSON l3.A., West Texas State College, 1952 DWARD KEITH PAYNE ,iversity of Texas CAR PENA st Texas State College LE EMMETT PERKINSON .A., University of Texas, 1957 DERIC HOWARD PETERSON, IR. versity of Iowa ERT G. PFAFF, III ., Austin College, 1955 Page 73 I I Page 74 iii DON jAY PICHINSON University of Texas ROBERT JAMES PIRO B.S., Boston College FRANK L. PLEMONS B.B.A., University of Texas, 1956 JOE HAROLD POOL A.B., Stanford University AUDREY ELIZABETH POULOS y BJ., University of Texas, 1955 HUBERT M. PRESTON B.A., Texas Tech, 1954 DAVID ANDERS PRovosT W B.S., Lamar Tech, 1956 ' VIRCIL ROZELL PULLIAM University of Texas ABRAHAM RAMIREZ, IR. B.B.A., University of Texas HUMBERTO RAMOS L B.A., University of Texas, 1958 WILLIAM MORRIS RAVKIND x B.B.A., University of Texas, 1957 I B.B.A., University of Texas, 1958 IOHN HERBERT RAY lam CORDON LINDBERGH REDD B.A., Rice Institute, 1952 SPENCER CONE RELYEA .A., University of Texas, 1952 GEORGE WILLIAM RIDER Esc., state University of Iowa, 1954 GERALD PORTER RISLEY, IR. BS., West Texas State College, 1955 DON L. RIVES BA., North Texas State College, 1956 'OHN D. ROADY Rice Institute QUBREY LEE ROBERTS .A., University of Kentucky, 1957 QVILLIAM C. ROCHE .A., Texas Western College, 1952 EVAYNE ROYCE RODGERS .S., University of Texas, 1956 AUL LOUIS SALZBERGER niversity of Texas OE FRESE SANDLIN ,.B.A., Texas A wb M, 1955 AVID RALEIGH SAPP .A., University of Texas, 1956 Page 75 I Page 76 i CARL WILLERS SCHUMACHEB B.A., Rice Institute, 1956 JOSEPH SHADE B.B.A., University of Texas, 1958 THOMAS HILLIARD SHARP, IR B.A., Vanderbilt University, 1955 ROSWALD ERNEST SHRULL B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University EDWIN MICHAEL SICEL B.B.A., University of Texas, 1958 CHARLES RENFRO SLONE B.S., Texas A dr M, 1953 DAN CARGILL SMITH, III University of Texas JAMES H. BUCK SMITH B.B.A., University of Texas IAMES ISAAC SMITH, JR. University of Texas WILLIAM JARREL SMITH St. Louis University VITO MICHAEL SPANO B.S., Le Moyne College, 1952 1 WILLIAM CALVIN SPARKS y B.B.A., North Texas State College A il MES MADISON SPILLER iiversity of Texas I FIN ANTHONY SPINUZZI iversity of Texas WNN IE D. STARRETT IA., University of Texas, 1957 DWBERT ALEXANDER STEELE w Mexico Western College WRENCE EDWARD STEINBERG iversity of Texas TCHELL DAVID STEVENS .., Texas Tech, 1953 PNALD RAY STODGHILL LA., University of Texas, 1957 vIUEL VAUGHAN STONE, IR. .A., University of Texas EHARD FRANKLIN STOVALL, IR. .A., University of Texas D MEYRITH SULLIVAN versity of Texas N EARL TAYLOR , University of Texas, 1956 AR T. TEECERSTROM ., Rice Institute, 1956 Page 77 Page 78 ii LARRY EUGENE TEMPLE B.B.A., University of Texas, 1957 OTIS WORTH TEMPLER, JR. B.S., Texas A if M WILLIAM VAN THOMPSON, JR. Southern Methodist University THOMAS NEILSON THURLOW B.B.A., University of Texas, 1957 JOSEPH LAWRENCE TITA B.S., Fordham University, 1952 JAMES TERRELL TOWNSEND B.B.A., University of Texas SAM C. TRAMONTE B.S., St. Edward's University, 1956 JAMES LENOX TRUITT B.A., Baylor University JOHN LAWRENCE TRYON B.A., Rice Institute, 1956 A.B., Duke University J ROGER 1. A. TURNER 1 ADEN LANE VICKERS J University of Texas A A JOHN KENNETH VINSON North Texas State College A il RALD LLOYD WALLIS y.A., West Texas State College Q. WARNICK, IR. ,, Texas Tech, 1956 N LE WHEELUS, IR. ., University ofthe South, 1952 I FHIE GLENWOOD WILDER ., Sul Ross State College, 1951 ?HARD BLONDELL WILLIAMS ., Georgetown University, 1954 IN FRANKLIN WINSLOW I, University of Texas YER WILLIS WITT K, University of Texas, 1957 'XUDE WOESSNER, IR. ., University ofthe South, 1956 QLIANI HOWARD WOLF .A., University of Texas, 1957 I SYKES WOODHEAD, JR. Lamar Tech, 1954 LTER EDWARD WORKMAN Hendrix College Y LEE ZUNKER Southwest Texas State College, 1954 Page 79 Page 80 illilihleuua JOHN ROBERT ADAMSON BBA 1952, MBA 1953, University of Texas CHARLES RAYMOND BLACK BS, University of Denver - WILLIAM WALTERS 'BRADSHAW BA, Texas A if M, 1955 JOHN ALGER BURGESS BA, Midwestern University, 1955 WILLIAM T. J. BURKE Yale University JOICY PRESTON BUTLER BS, Texas Christian University, 1953 GEORGE A. CANON University of Texas CHARLES NELSON CARTWRIGHT University of Texas N JAMES EDGAR COWLES BBA, University of Texas, 1958 ROBERT B. COX BA, Texas Tech, 1956 MINOR BECKETT CRAGER University of Texas HARRY CHARLES DISHMA , JR. University of Texas LOUIS DUGAS, JR. BBA, University of Texas ROY C. ENGELKE University of Texas ' JOHN ALBERT GARCIA MD, Tulane University, 1942 RUBEN GARCIA BA, University of Texas, 1955 CHARLES R. GREGG BA, University of Texas CHARLES JOSEPH HLAVINKA BBA, Texas A i7 M LEON CORDELL HORTON University of Texas JACK T. INGRAM University of Texas WILLIAM F. KEMP BBA, University of Texas, 1954 BYRON LUNSFORD KIDD BBA, BSM, University of Texas THOMAS ANTHONY KORIOTH BA, St. Edwards University, 1955 JOSEPH- HOWARD LANGFORD BA, Texas Western College, 1952 WILLIAM THOMAS MCDONALD BA, Texas A dr M, 1933 TERRENCE G. MCGREEVY BS, Fordham University, 1954 DON KIRBY MILLER ' University of Texas JACK A. MULLINS University of Texas JACK ROBERT MUSSLEWHITE University of Texas PATRICK ANDREW MYERS North Texas State College MILBURN E. NUTT BBA, University of Texas, 1955 GEORGE ROBERT PAIN University of Texas HOWARD MCGEHEE PARRAMORE BS, University of Alabama, 1953 FLOYD HARRIS PATTERSON BA, Texas A if M , 1950 HERIBERT JULIO PORRAS University of Texas GUS RALLIS BBA, Texas Western College, 1952 JERRY HUGHES ROBERTS ROBERT BARNES THORNTON University of Texas University of Texas IOE THADDEUS ROBERTSON MARQUIS PERRY WESBROOKS, IR. BBA, University of Texas, 1948 BBA, University of Texas, 1957 WESTON MARSHALL SHERWOOD CARLTON D. WILDE University of Texas BA, College of William it Mary, 1957 JAMES ALLRED SLATTON University of Texas Page 81 The Hrvnhman 0112155 A great lawyer has always been a great teacher and his best pupil is himself. CHARLES EVANS HUGHES 1958 Page 82 WINTER WONDERLAND ON THE LAW CAMPUS JIM MCGINNIS CARL ESTES President Pre-Sideflt Fall 1 957 Spring 1 958 BOB BARTON JOE MCMASTER Vice-President Vice-President Fall 1957 Spring 1958 BOB JONES WHIP NEWELL Secretary-Treasurer Secretary-Treasurer Fall 1957 Spring 1958 Page 83 'ir 2 5 THURMAN JEROME ADKINS B.S., North Texas State College CARL EDWARD ARNOLD University of Texas FRANKLIN 'DAVID BARBORAK B.A., University of Texas ROBERT RHEA BARTON University of Texas LAWRENCE LINDELL BEASON B.B.A., University of Texas WILLIAM STEPHEN BELL University of Texas LEON GEORGE BELOTE B .S., Sam Houston State College, 1957 JOHN BUNYAN BENTON University of Texas JAMES HESTEL BILLINCSLEY University of Texas SPENCER HAYWARD BLAIN, JR. B.B.A., Lamar Tech, 1957 EDWARD PORTER BOLDING University of Texas LESLIE REID BONN ER B.A., North Texas State College, 1957 JAMES ALLEN BOULIGNY University of Texas JAMES MARION BOWERS B.B.A., West Texas State College JERRY NEAL BOYNTON B.B.A., Lamar Tech, 1957 I il Il RICHARD W. BRAINERD B.B.A., West Texas State College LORENCE LARRY BRAVENEC B .A., University of Texas, 1957 JAMES L. BRENNAND B.A., Texas Western College JOHN CHARLES BROOKE, IV B.A., Yale University, 1957 JO TEDD BROOKS B.S., University of Texas, 1954 EDWARD McLAIN BROWN, JR. University of Texas GLENN ROLAND BROWN B.F.A., University of Texas, 1953 ROGER DALE BROWN Texas Tech IOE DALE BRYAN B.B.A., Texas Tech, 1957 ISHMAEL BUSTINZA B.A., University of Texas FRANK TRINIDAD CARMONA University of Texas WILLIAM ANDREW CAROTHE B.A., Yale University, 1957 CHARLES ERWIN CARPENTER University of Texas LYNN PREWIT CARTER University of Texas WILLIAM BOURKE CASSIN A.B., Princeton University, 1953 RS, Page 85 P .V ar. Page 86 f ef Y FRANK ASBURY CAVE University of Texas JOHN EDGAR CHAPOTON Washington and Lee University OTIS DON CHAPOTON Washington and Lee University HILTON IVAN CHODOROW B.B.A., University of Texas, 1957 ANNA BELLE CLEMENTS University of Texas TOM R. CLENDENIN, JR. University of Texas KENNETH M. COLE, JR. B.S., Georgia Tech, 1944 M .D., Johns Hopkins University, 1951 RICHARD HUGH COOKE B.B.A., University of Texas, 1957 JACKSON SEWELL COUCH University of Texas ELMER RICHARD CRISS, IR. B.B.A., University of Texas, 1957 ARTHUR HENRY DANIELS University of Texas BENNIE GEORGE DAVIS University of Texas DEE JON DAVIS B.S., Baylor University, 1955 PAUL FRANKLIN DICKARD, IR. B.A., University of Texas, 1954 KENNETH RAY DICKERSON University of Texas h an DON LaPRELLE DICKSON University of Texas ROBERT LEE DICKSON University of Arkansas ROY MILLER DIES, JR. University of Texas BEN ADDISON DONNELL University of Texas LEO T. DONOVAN University of Texas JAMES HOWARD DOORES University of Texas GEORGE EULACE DOWLEN B.A., University of Texas, 1957 DALE BOWLES DUDLEY University of Texas CHARLIE DOUGLAS DYE University of Texas JAMES LEE EDWARDS B.A., St. Edward's University, 1957 JOE PATRICK EDWARDS University of T exas. JOHN FREDERICK EN SLE University of Texas CARL LEWIS ESTES, II B.A., University of Texas, 1957 ALFRED HARRIS EVANS B.S., University of Oklahoma, 1953 JAMES FITZ-GERALD University of Texas Page 87 Page 88 fr 2 2 HENRY WILKINSON FLAGG, JR. University of Texas MONROE OSWALD FLAMM B .A., Sam Houston State College, 1957 FRED A. FRICKS B.S., Southwest Texas State College, 1954 AMADOR GARCIA University of Texas JAMES MALCOLM GERDEMAN University of Texas JACK WAYNE GIBSON Texas Tech WESLEY GIBSON GISH, JR. B .A., University of Kansas, 1953 PEARSON GRIMES, JR. University of Texas DEWUSE GUYTON, JR. B.A., Rice Institute, 1956 DOROTHY JEAN HELLO University of Texas JACK DAVID HICKS B.A., University of Texas, 1957 THOMAS EUGENE HIGGINS University of Texas DALE BUSH HINSON B.B.A., University of Oklahoma, 1954 WILLIAM ROBERT HOGE, JR. B.B.A., University of Texas, 1955 DONALD CARTER HOLBROOK B.B.A., University of Texas, 1953 BENNY HARRY HUGHES B.B.A., University of Texas, 1956 CHARLES E. HUGHES B.B.A., East Texas State College, 1952 JACK FREES HYMAN A.B., Harvard University, 1957 NORMAN HULL INMAN B.A., North Texas State College, 1957 JOHN CECIL JENNINCS University of Texas JERRY PAUL JONES B.S., West Texas State College, 1953 ROBERT DAVIS JONES B .A., University of Texas HUMBERTO L. JUAREZ, JR. University of Texas THOMAS P. KELLY, JR. University of Texas ELIZABETH ANNE KLEINER B .S ., University of California MELVIN ARTHUR KRENEK B.A., University of St. Thomas, 1957 JOHN LYNCH LANCASTER, III Washington and Lee University JON DEE LAWRENCE B.A., Pan American College, 1957 KIPLINC FORD LAYTON A.B., The Citadel, 1953 WILLIAM VERNON LEMENS, JR. University of Texas Page 89 Page 90 fre GILBERT IRVINE LOW B.S., Stephen F. Austin College IERRY B. LUCAS B.A., Southern Illinois University, 1957 TOMMY WAYNE LUEDERS University of Texas STEVENS FARRIS MAF RICE University of Texas FRANK STEVE MANITZAS University of Texas PHILIP ARLEN MANNING B.M., North Texas State College, 1954 EDUARDO SANTIACO MARQUEZ , University of Texas LLOYD C. MARTIN B.B.A., Sam Houston State College, 1956 JAMES ALBERT MASHBURN University of Texas CHARLES CULBERSON MASON, JR University of Texas WILLIAM SAUNDERS MASON, IR. B.A., University of Texas, 1957 THOMAS CADE MASSEY University of Texas BILLY ROY MATHEWS University of Texas PHILIP IRVING MCCONNELL University of Texas LAURIE BERNARD MCDONALD B.A., Texas A. if I., 1957 h EI MICHAEL LEO MCGEE B .B.A., University of Oklahoma, 1953 BRYAN JAMES McGINNIS University of Texas FRANK EUGENE MCLAIN University of Texas JOE BYRON McMASTER B.B.A., University of Texas, 1955 BOBBY BONNER MCNABB B.B.A., Texas Tech, 1957 DONALD HUNTER MEADOWS University of Texas JOE CLIFFORD MEARS B.S., Southwest Texas State College, 1954 GENE DWIGHT MILES B.B.A., University of Texas, 1957 CHARLES EDWARD MILLER University of Texas JOHN G. MINNIECE University of Texas JERRY DAVIS MINTON B.B.A., University of Texas, 1949 RICHARD BRENNAN MOORE B.A., Vanderbilt University, 1956 DAVID MEASON MURRAY B.A., University of Texas, 1954 WHIPPLE SPAULDING NEWELL, JR. University of Texas ROBERT EDWARDS N EWEY B.A., Williams College, 1957 Page 91 Page 92 frm?- JACK GLENN NORWOOD University of Texas GEORGE ALBERT OLSON University of Texas KENNETH ARAM PAUL B.A., Rice Institute, 1955 ROBERT MAURICE PAYNE, JR. B.A., University of Texas, 1957 KENNETH JAMES PEDEN B.A., Rice Institute, 1957 LIONEL ARON PENA B.A., Pan American College, 1957 JOSEPH ANTHONY PETRUS B .A., University of Texas JAMES ROBERT PETTY University of Texas JAIME SEVILLA PLATON B.A., Rice Institute, 1957 WILLIAM HARMON POOL, JR. University of Texas BENJAMIN RUSH POWEL Lee College CHARLES MARSHALL PRATHER B.B.A. 1952, M.B.A. 1953, University of Texa GLYNN RAY PURTLE B .B .A., University of Texas, 1957 KATHLEEN QUATTLEBAUM B .A., East Texas State College, 1957 JAMES HERBERT QUICK B .B.A., University of Texas, 1953 EI HOWARD 1. RAABE B.A., University of Texas, 1950 ROBERT M. RABE Texas Western College FRED JORDAN RAFES Lamar Tech RODOLFO LOA RAMOS B.A., Pan American College ALAN VANCE RASH B.A., Texas Western College, 1953 JESS NEWTON RAYZOR B.A., University of Texas, 1955 DON HEATH REAVIS B.A., McMurry College, 1957 1. V. REDICK B.S., Sam Houston State College, 1956 ROBERT EARL RICHARDS B.A., Texas Tech, 1957 CHARLES TURNER RICHARDSON B.S., Texas A. i7 M., 1955 JACK FRANCIS RITTER, IR. B.B.A., University of Texas MEREDITH EARL ROBERTS B.A., Baylor University, 1957 JAMES STUART ROBINSON University of Texas ALBERT CLAY ROSS University of Texas - ROBERT MARSHALL SANDERFORD B.A., Rice Institute, 1957 Page 93 Page 94 IB JOHN RILEY SANDHOP B.B.A., Texas A. is M. S. EARL SANSING University of Texas WILLIAM A. SANSING B.A., Texas A. dr M. CAMILLE FRANCIS SARRAUF A.B., Bowdoin College, 1955 CHARLES ECBERT SEABERC Texas A. if M. MAX RAY SHERMAN B.A., Baylor University, 1953 RICHARD KENNEDY SHINAUT B.A., Texas Western College ROY GILBERT SHIVERS University of Texas RONALD JAY SILVERS University of Texas IERRY ALLEN SIMPSON B.B.A., University of Texas, 1957 MARY FRANCES SIMPSON B .A., University of Texas, 1957 DON STANTON SMITH University of Texas MELTON VERN SMITH University of Texas HARLOW LEE SPROUSE B .A., North Texas State College, 1956 SANDRA KAY STALCUP B.A., Wellesley College I EI CLARENCE NEAL STEVENSON University of Texas SHERWOOD MORRIS SULLIVAN University of Texas GEORGE LEE SWIFT A.B., Johns Hopkins University, 1957 CHARLES GASTON SWOF F ORD University of Texas ERTON FRANK TATE B.B.A., Texas Tech, 1957 JOSHUA WILLIAM EDGAR TAYLOR University of Texas JOHN EDSON TEED University of Texas PATRICK WHITACRE THOMPSON B .A., University of Texas, 1957 JON DAVID TOTZ B .B.A., University of Texas, 1956 RICHARD MILES TRICKEY University of Texas FORREST NEAL TROUTMAN B.B.A., University of Texas JOY FRANCES VANDERVORT University of Texas ROY ALLISON VAUGHAN University of Texas WILLIAM JOHN VAUGHN B.S .M .E ., University of Oklahoma, 1955 BILLY NEWTON WALKER B.A., University of Texas, 1956 Page 95 Page 96 fre IAMES WHITTENBURG WALKER University of Texas TESSON JOSEPH WALKER B.A., Rice Institute, 1955 MICHAEL RODES WALLER B.A., East Texas State College, 1957 SAMUEL WOMACK WARNER B.A., University of Texas, 1958 BRANSFORD HOLLOWAY WATSON B.A., Texas College IAMES BRUCE WATSON B.B.A., University of Texas, 1957 CHARLES JOSEPH WEIC-EL B.A., Knox College, 1953 HALEN GILL WELLS B.A., North Texas State College, 1954 ERNEST ALTON WHEAT B.A., University of Texas, 1957 ROBERT HARRAL WHILDEN, IR. B.A., University of Texas WILLIAM D. WHITE, IR. University of Texas BETTY JO WIEST B .A., University of Texas, 1957 MARTIN ALEXANDER WICINTON University of Texas BILLY RAY WILDER University of Texas STANLEY E. WILKES, IR. A.B., Baylor University, 1957 ELWYN CAROL WILLIAMS B .S ., University of Wisconsin, 1955 WALTER WAYLON WILLIAMS University of Texas FRANK OLIVER WILLY, IR. University of Texas RICHARD DALE WINCET B.A., Texas Tech, 1957 HERSCHEL CLYDE WINN University of Texas WILLIAM IRVIN WOODSON B.A., Williams College, 1957 PRESTON E. WORSHAM B.B.A., University of Texas, 1954 ROGER ROBINSON WRIGHT, JR. University of Texas LEE OTIS ZAPP, IR. B.A., St. Edwards University, 1957 Page 97 ROBERT LAIDLAW ADAMS University of Texas MARTHA ANN ADAMSON B.A., Southern Methodist University JOHN E. BAGALAY, JR. University of Texas BILLY MOODY BANDY University of Texas JAY DAVID BARBEE University of Texas JON BRUCE BARKLEY University of Texas JAMES LOLLIE BASS, JR. B.B.A., University of Texas, 1955 DONALD MAC BISHOP B.B.A., University of Texas DICK ARTHUR BLENDEN University of Texas JAMES JOSEPH BOLAND B.A., University of Toronto CAMILLA MAY BERKLEY BORDIE B.A., University of Texas, 1954 STANLEY BOYSEN University of Texas WESLEY MAURICE BRADEN University of Texas BILLY BURSON BROOKS B.A., University of Texas GERALD DUANE BUTLER University of Texas WALTER EDWARD BYERLEY Texas Tech JOHN F. CARRUTHERS University of Texas GORDON EARL COE B.S., University of Texas, 1953 DABNEY W. COLEMAN University of Texas Page 98 Zlirvahmvn CHARLES LEWIS COLLUM, JR. B.S., Texas Wesleyan College, 1948 JACKIE RICHARD COOPER University of Texas DAIL WARREN COSNER University of Texas DOYLE WAYNE CURRY University of Texas JOE SHIRLEY DAVIS University of Texas HOMER LODELL DEAKINS, JR University of Texas DON DEBENPORT University of Texas THOMAS WILLIAM DeWITT University of Texas JOHN TIMOTHY DORMAN University of Texas ALLIE DURELL DOUTHIT University of Texas DON FRANKLIN DOW University of Texas BENNY THOMAS DUMAS B.S., Louisiana Tech, 1955 DOYLE MAULTSBY DUNN University of Texas JAMES MARION DUNNAM B .S ., University of Arizona, 1957 WILLIAM LYNN DURHAM University of Texas WILSON F. FOREMAN B.B.A., University of Texas BURNETT MERRELL FRAZER, University of Texas ISABELLE POST FRENCH University of Texas CARLOS ROMEO GARZA University of Texas JOE BOB GOLDEN University of Texas JAMES H. GRANGER University of Texas GORDON M. GRIFFIN, JR. B.S., University of Texas, 1957 ROBERT ALFRED GRITTA BA, University of Texas, 1957 SAM HULIN HALL University of Texas ARTHUR JOHN HARTEL, III University of Texas NEAL A. HAWTHORN University of Texas CLAUDE ALFRED HAYS, JR. University of Texas BROOKS N. HOLMAN University of Texas JULIAN VICTOR HORWITZ University of Texas JIMMIE DEE JONES B.B.A., University of Texas, 1957 GEORGE SIDNEY KACIR University of Texas DOROTHY J. KIESTER University of Texas JOHN MADISON KINDLE, JR. University of Texas EDWARD JOHN LANDRY B.B.A., University of Texas IVON LEE, III University of Texas JERRY DEE LINDSEY University of Texas ROBERT ALAN LONG B.A. cum laude, St. Iohn's University ROLAND LARRY MATTHEWS University of Texas . WILLIAM F. MAYHALL, JR. University of Texas GUSTAVUS A. NORTHCOTT MCFADDIN B.B.A., University of Texas, 1956 JAMES HOLLAND McGUIRT, JR. B.B.A., University of Texas, 1956 CHARLES ROBERT MeGARITY B.A., Lamar Tech, 1957 JACK MILAM University of Texas LUCIAN LEEDS MORRISON, III University of Texas ROBERT FINLEY BREESE MORSE B.B.A., Southwestern University, 1954 HOUSTON C. MUN SON, JR. B.A., University of Texas, 1957 ROBERT EDWARD NORWOOD University of Texas THOMAS M. O'BRIEN University of Texas JON T. ODEN University of Texas JEPTHA ROBERT PATTERSON, JR. University of Texas JEROME L. PRAGER University of Texas JAMES HARRISON PUFF, JR. University of Texas DON GILBERT REHMEYER University of Texas TOM BATEMAN RENFRO University of Texas ELWYN RAY SANDERSON West Texas State College SETH SHEPARD SEARCY, III University of Texas WINSTON RAY SMITH B.B.A., Baylor University, 1954 JOE P. SMYER University of Texas CORBIN LEE SNOW, JR. B.B.A., University of Texas, 1956 THOMAS MARION SNOW B.B.A., University of Texas JIMMY GEORGE SOURIS University of Texas ALLEN LOUIE STILLEY University of Texas ROBERT DALE TINDLE University of Texas THOMAS LUCIAN TOLIVER B.B.A., Texas A i7 I, 1954 WASH BRYAN TRAMMELL, JR. University of Texas EARL LEROY TRULL B.S., University of Houston, 1952 MARIA TSIAPERA University of Texas THOMAS A. TURNER University of Texas PAUL E. VANDERBURG B.A., Lamar Tech, 1957 DELMO WADSWORTH B.A., Texas Western College, 1957 FRANK DENHAM WALKER University of Texas IVAN RAYMOND WILLIAMS University of Texas CHESLEY KOSUB WOOD University of Texas Page 99 STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION llbrher ui the PEREGRINUS Page 100 CHANCELLORS X an x'W'A f 'Nga ,.. wwzxpvxwmwq , -. E g gs' XM E ' ia :XB - .ii4'fT'ISw-illslx k 'S x '19 f3::E5?fF5w DICTA Qlnif TEXAS LAW REVIEW HONOR COUNCIL Page 102 Order of the Conf The American Order of the Coif is the outgrowth of an earlier society, Theta Kappa Nu, founded at the University of Illinois in 1902 for the purpose of promot- ing scholarship among American law students. The first national convention of Theta Kappa Nu met on February 18, 1911, at the Hotel La Salle, Chicago, and decided to submit to the chapters for adoption not only a thoroughly revised national constitution, but also a recommendation to change the name. The revision and recommendation were ratified by the chapters and in February of 1912 the Hrst national organization of the Order of the Coif was effected. Today there are forty-three chapters of the Order. Election to membership is restricted by the national constitution to the ten per cent of the Senior Class who have attained the highest rank in their law school work. The University of Texas chapter has an additional requirement that the student must have completed six units of work on the Texas Law Review. AUGUST 1957 JUNE 1958 Ross N. Sterling Allan Britt Adkins Bill Frank Bogle JANUARY 1958 Edward William Barnett Richard Paul Bogatto james Howard Keahey David Robert Owen Thomas Ransom Scott Robert Alvin Hall Harry Lee Hudspeth Nicholas johnson Lawrence Ray Pearce Robert Bruce Reynolds Thomas Monette Sewell, jr. Barney Thornton Young Richard Abe Williams William Thomas Deifebach Chancellors 66The purpose of the order is to honor and reward by election those law students who, by a combina- tion of consistent scholarship, personality, and achievement, have shown themselves most likely to succeed and become a credit to their profes- sion." Page 103 NN X ,,,,, , SX MX x Fig SSX K-it w x- ' Nb X? - 1 x X I X SQ XX s. x 'XQNQQSSQ X . 'Swv xx 532 A x x K .S . . - Q3 v-a:a:5 ,gb wma ,xqw l X -- 'NW K- QXLW WX'N5?f QQ A, . x NQ- Law, .X -S aw - 'QTXQXW Nm. Q Once each spring and fall the Chancellors conduct a color- ful tapping ceremony to initiate new members. Dressed in black robes and carrying the Peregrinus, they go from class to class announcing their purpose and making a formal "search', for prospective members. The Chancellors announce their presence at each class by slamming a heavy book against the door three times. The resulting noise is similar to a small can- non being Hred in the front of the classroom. Since the date is kept secret until the ceremony begins, it comes as a shock to the first class to be nsearchedf, Page 106 When a prospect is "found,,, they place a black hood over his head and lead him from the applauding class. Later, when all six pros- u pects have been thus ufoundf' they are led from class to class dressed in hoods and robes, loosely roped together at the neck, and carry- ing heavy law books. GXBS Law Review BARNEY T. YOUNG Editor-in-Chief The Texas Law Review, a private corporation, was formed in 1922 by Ireland Graves, Ira Hildebrand, and Leon Green to publish a legal periodical of interest and benefit both to the Law School and to the State Bar. Since the publication of the first issue in December, 1922, the Review has achieved an enviable position of respect in the field of legal periodicals. It is published seven times a year: October, November, Decem- ber, February, April, May, and June. Anyone may subscribe to it, or purchase a single copy of any issue. The Review contains technical articles by prominent legal thinkers, frequently the nationally recognized authorities on a subject. Recent court decisions are discussed in notes and comments prepared by student members of the editorial staff and by student candidates for staff membership. Recent reorganization has abolished the "Editorial Board" classification. A student may become a candidate on the basis of his scholastic standing. Staff members are selected by the staff, subject to faculty approval, from among the candidates who have done the best work on the Review. Page 107 FALL 1957 STAFF STANDING! Hall, Hudspeth, Wahlquist, Scott, Dickerson, Deffebach Adkins Keahey, Reynolds, Weckstein, Littenberg, Wilson, Bogatto, Owen SEATED: Barnett, Iohnwson, Young, Williams, Sewell COMMENT EDITORS Edward W. Barnett William T. Deffebach EDITORIAL STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Barney T. Young CASENOTE EDITORS ARTICLE EDITOR Allan B. Adkins Nicholas ohnson Glenn W. Lewis Thomas M. Sewell, Ir. Richard A. Williams ASSOCIATE CASENOTE EDITORS Richard P. Bogatto Bill F. Bogle Billy R. Dickerson Robert A. Hall jack W. Hawkins Harry L. Hudspeth James H. Keahey Robert L. Littenberg jack M. Little David R. Owen Lawrence R. Pearce Robert B. Reynolds Thomas R. Scott Morgan E. Shipman jack R. Wahlquist Donald T. Weckstein H. Coke Wilson G P 108 ' Littenberg graduated in August, 1957, but remained on the Law Review stall during age the fall. SPRING 1958 STAFF STANDING! Wahlquist, Hall, Bogle, Hudspeth, Pearce, Little, Reynolds, Shipman, Dickerson, Hawkins SEATED: Deffebach, johnson, Young, Lewis, Adkins Richard F. Bergner Robert L. Blevins Edwin A. Bluestein, Ir Ir james S. Covington, John W. Croft Thomas A. Curtis Richard B. Dewey Robert T. Dickson Alfred H. Ebert, Ir. jack F ariss Ernest Flowers Moulton A. Goodrum, l William H. Gordon, Ir. S. Louis Greenberg Gary R. Gurwitz William M. Huffman Iames R. Irion, III Harry S. jones M. Marvin Katz Kenneth C. Keener Robert Q. Keith CANDIDATES l'. John T. Kipp H. Gregory Knauth Herbert N. Lackshin Donald C. McDonald James P. Mockford, jr. Frederick Morton Ioe H. Nagy Elmer E. Palmer Robert I. Piro William M. Ravkind Ben L. Reynolds Charles B. Russell, jr. Gus A. Schill, jr. joseph Shade Edwin M. Sigel Glen E. Taylor Larry E. Temple james L. Truitt john L. Tryon Meyer W. Witt William H. Wolf Walter E. Workman Page 109 YOU GOOFED! Constructive criticism increases the value of work on the Law Review. Page 110 BE HAPPY IN YOUR WORK High morale is encouraged by the friendly editor as he announces the next proof- reading session. TOP 10061 swg me AN e COW etifnfgs ar . df 035 ' ' ormflhw an D Yvvxggiihuith greati 41110 e Stir aint The University of Texas Bar Association The student body of the School of Law is organized as a Stu- dent Bar Association with membership automatically including every student in the School of Law. This Bar Association is a charter member of the American Law Student Association. The oflicers of the Bar Association consist of a President, a Vice- President, and a Secretary-Treasurer. The objectives of the Bar Association, as set out in Article I of its Constitution, are: "1. To direct the efforts of the students of the School of Law toward worthy ends. "2. To promote cooperation between students and faculty. "3. To encourage association of students with members of the legal profession. "4. To instill in its members an appreciation for ethical stand- ards in the practice of law." WAYNE ROBERTS President THE AMERICAN LAW STUDENT ASSOCIATICN Every student enrolled in this law school is a member of the American Law Student Associ- ation. This national organization was founded by the American Bar Association in 1949 to encour- age and strengthen student bar associations in law schools throughout the country. Membership is open to any student who is a member of his local student bar association in a law school approved by the American Bar Associ- ation. In some schools there is no student bar as- sociation, and in many others only part of the stu- dent bodys joins the student bar. Even the mem- bers of a student bar association often must act separately to join the A. L. S. A., paying their dues directly to the national office. However, The University of Texas Bar Associ- ation foften called the Student Bar Association, which it isl pays the A. L. S. A. dues for all U. T. B. A. members, making every law student at The University of Texas a member of A. L. S. A. The A. L. S. A. promotes a constructive re- lationship among student bar associations. Its of- ficial magazine, The Student Lawyer, contains information of interest and practical value to law students. A. L. S. A. members may obtain short- term life insurance at special rates. It provides in- formation on special types of professional em- ployment opportunities. At regional and national A. L. S. A. conventions, delegates from member student bar associations exchange ideas and work out solutions to mutual problems. Brad Crawford was the official A. L. S. A. representative this year. Bob Barton and Ed Brown were special delegates to the A. L. S. A. joint Fifth and Sixth Circuit Convention which was held April eleventh and twelfth in Knoxville, Tennessee. Regional activity of A. L. S. A. is geo- graphically divided and named according to the United States Federal judicial Circuits. Repre- sentatives and delegates are appointed by the Student Bar Association Board of Governors. Page 111 Page 112 BOARD OF GOVERNORS FALL 1957 Back Row: Barton, McGinnis, Moore, Lauderdale, Hamilton Middle Row: jones, Bogle, Tichenor, Cannon, Sparks Seated: de la Garza, Bernard, Roberts, Campbell, Metts i The Board of Governors of the Student Bar Association is the governing body for the students of the Law School in which the legislative power is vested. It is composed of: the President, Vice- President, and Secretary-Treasurer of the Association, the President, Vice-President and Secretary of the Senior, Midlaw, and Freshman Classes in the School of Law, the Chairman of the Honor Council, the two Law School Assemblymen fthe Law School representatives elected to the gen- eral student legislative body of the Universityhg and the Editor of The Dicta. Appeals from decisions by the Board of Cover nors involving interpretations of the Constitution J or By-Laws are to the Honor Council. In its function as a student representative, the Board acts as an advocate for the solutions to the student problem which necessarily arise from time to time. On the administrative side, the Board A takes much of the Weight of student activities off the shoulders of the Dean's otlice by handling 1 such things as the intramural program, the publication of The Dicta, and the coordination of stu- dent activities and Law School functions. L BOARD OF COVERNORS Spring 1958 Back Row: Hamilton, McMaster, Skidmore Middle Row: Sparks, Newell, Estes, Tichenor Seated: de la Garza, Bernard, Roberts, Nagy, Bogle MEMBERS OF THE BOARD VVayne Roberts, President ofthe Student Bar Association Bill Campbell, Vice-President ofthe Student Bar Association I F all 19572 joe Nagy, Vice-President of the Student Bar Association I Spring 1958 2 Don Bernard, Secretary-Treasurer of the Student Bar Association Harold Metts, Chairman ofthe Honor Council Estela de la Garza, Editor of The Dicta jim Lauderdale, Assemblyman Brunson Moore, Assemblyman Bill Bogle, President ofthe Senior Law Class McHenry Tichenor, Vice-President ofthe Senior Law Class W. O. Schultz, Secretary ofthe Senior Law C lass K F all 19572 Bob Skidmore, Secretary ofthe Senior Law C lass C Spring 1958 2 joe Cannon, President ofthe M idlaw Class Bill Sparks, Vice-President ofthe M idlaw Class Max Hamilton, Secretary ofthe M idlaw Class jim McGinnis, President ofthe Freshman Law Class C F all 19572 Carl Estes, President ofthe Freshman Law Class K Spring 19582 Bob Barton, Vice-President ofthe Freshman Law Class I F all 19572 Ioe B. McMaster, Vice-President ofthe Freshman Law Class I Spring 1958 2 Bob jones, Secretary of the Freshman Law C lass C F all 19572 Whip Newell, Secretary ofthe Freshman Law Class I Spring 1958 2 Page 113 The Honor Council MEMBERS Chairman: Harold Metts Senior Class: Bob Davee, Morgan Williams, Odell McBrayer M idlaw C lass: T. K. Holdsworth, joe Sandlin Freshman Class: Roger Brown fFall 1957 J , Tom Clendenin fSpring 19581 THE STUDY HALL - , rf.. -.-Q, -. wxu-nmAQsQ,QmN:.mmmQmmmwf.u.w.www:-,Wfs. THE HONOR COUNCIL Standing: Brown, Holdsworth, Clendenin Seated: McBrayer, Metts, Sandlin Since the founding of the School of Law its stu- dents and alumni have taken pride in the Honor System which governs conduct during law exami- nations. Although the Honor System was campus- wide at one time, it has gradually been discon- tinued by the other colleges and schools until now the School of Law alone is governed by it. The system is completely student-operated, and under Article III of the Honor Code, "Before the No- vember quizzes of each Long Session, the Honor Council shall call for a vote by ballot, and should one-third of the student body refuse to pledge active support to the Code, including reporting of cheating, this Code shall become null and with- out effect." The student body elects its representatives to the Council, which has the sole responsibility of charging and conducting the trial of students ac- cused of a violation of the Honor Code, and of recommending to the faculty and University ad- ministration a penalty against anyone convicted. From the decision of the Honor Council on a question of infraction of the rules of the Honor Code there is no right of review by any other agency in the Student Bar Association. While the discipline of the Honor System is severe, result- ing in expulsion or suspension, the self-regulation it allows has secured it a place of permanence in the School of Law. Infringements of the Code are extremely rare. The heart of the Honor System is set out in Article I of the Honor Code: "Section 5. All students shall sign the following pledge to the examination paper if it is true: 'I have neither given nor received aid on this exami- nation nor have I seen anyone so doingf "Section 6. No examination paper shall be graded unless it bears the signed pledge written out in full or the absence thereof is satisfactorily explained." Page 115 mmmmwmmzmwumuxg- qwummm- ma w Election Commission The function of the Election Commission is to conduct .elections for officers of the Board of Gov- ernors, class officers, class representatives on the Honor Council, and the Editor of The Dicta. This includes preparing the ballots, certifying the can- didates as eligible, supervising the conduct dur- ing elections, manning the polls, counting the ballots, and certifying the results. If questions arise as to a possible infraction of the election rules, the Election Commission makes a decision on the matter, with the only appeal therefrom being to the Board of Governors. The President of the Student Bar Association with the consent of the Association Board of Gov- ernors, appoints the members of the Election Commission. VOTING IN THE MAIN HALL The polls are crowded for ten minutes every hour as students pause between classes to cast their ballots . N . t t- X nn. u1nw sr-ss-er sua- -11f.1wt..a11t.s::i ,. X A- N smss rsxx-ale-wmmssmwwswmamwww X -W f - Page 118 The Tenth Anniversary The Peregrinus is the School of Law's own yearbook. The Hrst volume was published in 1949 by a group of law students and faculty who formed a non-profit Texas corporation, The Society of The Peregrinus, Inc. The yearbook takes its name from the imaginary little ani- mal which is the symbol of The University of Texas School of Law. JOSEPH R. DARNALL, IR. Editor-in-Chief RUFUS Aococic WALT BONDIES Associate Editor Associate Editor Moot Court Student Government TOM BOUSQUET MALCOLM DADE Associate Editor Associate Edifvf Fraternities Law Day PEREGRINUS THOMAS I. GIBSON, III CORWIN W. JOHN SON Faculty Advisor Faculty Advisor LYNN DARDEN PAUL FRENCH Associate Editor Associate Editor Faculty Honor Societies GORDON REDD NICK TRAMONT E Associate Editor Associate Editor Athletics Features Page 1 19 5 ' X as . - me . . 9 1 5:1:" ' -P: rits, . .... ' ff' . Q25 - XV 1 ' X F VXWAN N ' 354: 55 :if is-I fE:5i..? 'PW M " ,i t XX "' l ' 1 , - pggggmngs l A .,,., ,, 4- - . . se Q I Every member of the student Bar Association Board of Governors is automatically a member of the Society of The Peregrinus Board of Directors. In addition, two members of the Law School faculty are appointed by the Dean to membership on the Board. The Editor of each yearly edition is appointed by the preceding Editor with the approval of the Board. The Editor appoints his own staff. According to the charter of the Society of The Peregrinus: "The purpose for which it is formed is to support a non-profit undertaking . . . to wit: to MAX HAMILTON Ofice Manager support literary and scientific undertakings at the School of Law of The University of Texas, including publishing The Peregrinus, The Yearbook of the School of Law, and maintaining the Ira P. Hilde- brand Moot Appellate Competition, and otherwise maintaining and sponsoring literary and scientific endeavors among the students of the School of Law of The University of Texas." The incorporators of the Society are: I. P. Tennant Charlie Meyers I. Henry VV ilkinson, Jr. M. K. Woodward Robert L, Doss T. Sneed MCHENRY TICHENOR Subscription Director Page 120 IOE DARNALL Photographer ED DeWEES Associate Law Day Photographer CARL AHRENS Law-Science Photographer HENRY BURTON Advertising Coordinator 1954 a-igffw. f i .A .xi if?-T -, X.. i s - .S--If-,. ' w.s.s.,s xfssftfsss- f W: 25 s.5S-5- T .5 i f..X,:N LN ffi iff- '1 'ir' C-fzfissasx X awk ,MM tx.. N X N Y-r Q, X t 1 1 x THE W F3515 3 i ' .. 5 yigk gswnsxgg -QQRSQERSWNSS ,1 s - we QisfxrsNN--,-egg., X s . t .:. xg.: .1 T is i sbn . ON r The Peregrinus is grateful to the following stu- znts who, although not on the yearbook staff, Jlunteered valuable time and service to help sell ibscriptions : Bob Armstrong Don O. Baker Bob Barton Don Bernard Sam Blackham Lola Bonner Ted Busch Bill Campbell joe Cannon Ruben Cardenas Anna Belle Clements Brad Crawford Otho Crawford john Croft Bob Davee Iohn David Estela de la Garza Ted Goller George Graham Bill Huffman Lois Iett Dick Jones john Kain Cue Lipscomb Dudley Mann Odell McBrayer Marjorie McGown Ed McNeel Harold Metts Bob Myers Doyle Perkinson Jack Pevehouse Bill Pool Don Reavis 1956 1957 1958 Gale Reese Jack Ritter Don Rives Aubrey Roberts W. O. Shultz Bob Skidmore Tom Sneed Bill Sparks Kay Stalcup Gene Steed john Steinberger Ina Stewart Wells Stewart Don Stone josh Taylor Oscar Teegerstrom Larry Temple Roger Thurmond Larry Tryon VV alter Wendlandt Bill White Betty Io VViest Bill Winston Page 121 D x xr IQ, xox X, t SNS Q 5 - V? 'QXN - ' fs ii if? Qs, srcgiy "Oki: rs -- - X S' Q ww :N M ers-Y XX NW 9 X X X N as ESTELA DE LA GARZA Editor-in-Chief The Dicta is the Law School's own newspaper. It is published at intervals throughout the school year by the student Bar Association and is distributed in the Law School without cost to the faculty and students. The Editor of The Dicta is elected by the Law School student body in the spring to serve from june through the following May. The holder of this oflice isautomatically a member of the student Bar Association Board of Governors. The staff of The Dicta is appointed by the Editor. This year, ten editions of The Dicta were issued, live in the fall and five in the spring. In a lighter vein, The Dicta maintains the "Humor Board," a bulletin board of ever-changing cartoons, jokes and stories. The Obiter Dicta, a humorous parody, is usually issued on Halloween. The names "Dicta" and "Obiter Dicta" come from the Latin "obiter dic- tum," meaning "a remark by the way." In legal usage, "dicta" are opinions and observations of a judge which lack the force of a judicial determination of the issueg it is the personal commentary of the judge. "Obiter dicta" is the name given to such commentary when it completely strays from the subject and discusses a collateral tonic. The icta The Voice of the Low Students FRANKLIN MOORE Managing Editor JESSE COLLINS Page 122 Humor Board Editor ALICIA COLLINS Humor Board Editor DAVE FINNEY Sports Editor CARL PARKER Sports Editor WALT BONDIES Lay Out Associate TOM DEVINE MONROE CLAYTON Lay Out Editor ABRAHAM RAMIREZ Lay Out Associate Lay Out Associate MALCOLM DADE Circulation Manager JON COFFEE Circulation M anager EDUARDO DE ASES Lay Out Associate RICHARD KAUF MAN CHARLES BURTON Associate Editor Sports Writer Page 123 Dicfa Feature Wrirers DON BERNARD DEE 1. DAVIS MARJORIE MCGOWN HUMBERTO RAMOS GILBERT SHIVERS . .N JOY VANDERVORT CHARLES MILLER Page 124 AUDREY POULOS BILL SPARKS MAX HAMILTON HERIBERTO PORRAS BUCK SMITH LOIS IETT ELVVYN WILLIAMS Page 125 joe E. Anderson Thomas M. Andrews Robert R. Barton Clyde C. Bishop Asa V. Bland Dick A. Blenden Leslie R. Bonner Glenn R. Brown john A. Burgess Pat N.Cain Charles E. Carpenter james E. Carroll Owen W. Cecil Monroe N. Clayton, j james E. Coate Robert B. Cox Brad Crawford, jr. Allo B. Crow, jr. Malcolm Dade C. Lynn Darden joseph R. Darnall, jr. john L. David D e I t a T I1 e t a Som Houston Senote Frank Davila Edward E. DeWees, j Arthur Ellisor David R. Finney William P. Franklin Paul E. French james A. Cowan Kenzy D. Hallmark Elwin L. Hamilton William L. Hardwick Martin C. Haskett, jr. Herbert L. Hooks Guy C. jackson, III james W. jameson Richard O. jones Robert D. jones Richard H. Keahey Sam L. Kelley Thomas P. Kelly, jr. Walter L. Knapp james H. Lauderdale john S. Lauer Alfred Lehtonen Cuvier L. Lipscomb jack E. Little Max Luther, III V Stevens F. Mafrige john F. Maner jack D. Maroney, II Billy R. Mathews Henry L. McGee, jr. Edward C. McNeel Charles R. MeGarity William T. Miller, jr. Richard B. Moore Ray P. Moudy Arvis E. Noak Martin F. Owen Floyd H. Patterson Frederic H. Peterson, jr. Bradley C. Phair, jr. Cordon L. Redd Hailey A. Roberts VVayne E. Roberts Top Bow: Anderson, Andrews, Bishop, Bland, Bonner, Brown, Cain, Carpenter, Carroll Second Row: Cecil, Clayton, Coate, Cox, Crawford, Crow, Darden, Darnall, David Bottom Row: Davila, DeWees, Finney, Franklin, French, Cowan, Hallmark, Hamilton. Hardwick Phi joe F. Sandlin Robert R. Scogin Thomas H. Sharp, jr. Martin O. Siegmund james H. Buck Smith james I. Smith, jr. William j. Smith james M. Spiller Paul H. Stanford T. Grover Swift, jr. joshua W. E. Taylor T. Robert Theall Robert L. Towery Earl V. Tyler j. Warnick, jr. Edward T. Wendler E. Alton VVheat Creighton N. White Billy R. Wilder William N. Woolsey Leighton K. Younger jerry L. Zunker OFFICERS FALL 1957 Sam L. Kelley, Dean Guy C. jackson, III, Vice-Dean, House Manager john F. Maner, Clerk ofthe Rolls Richard O. jones, Exchequer Owen W. Cecil, Tribune J. Q. Warnick, Ir., Master of the Ritual Martin C. Haskett, jr., Bailiff SPRING 1958 Richard O. jones, Dean Edward T. Wendler, Vice-Dean Frank Davila, Clerk ofthe Rolls Alfred J. Lehtonen, Exchequer Monroe N. Clayton, jr., Tribune C. Lynn Darden, Master ofthe Ritual T. Grover Swift, Ir., Bailif I. Q. Warnick, Ir., House Manager NATIONAL FOUNDING September 26, 1913 LOCAL FOUNDING june 10, 1916 ACTIVE STUDENT SENATES 82 FACULTY MEMBER Corwin W. johnson Delta Theta Phi was established by the con- solidation of three legal fraternities: Delta Phi Delta, founded 1900, Alpha Kappa Phi, founded 1902, and Theta Lambda Phi, founded 1903. Since the entire membership of all three fraternities became members of Delta Theta Phi, the Fraternity properly dates its origin from 1900. p Row: Haskett, jackson, jameson, R. D. jones, R. O. Iones cond Row: Keahey, S. L. Kelley, T. P. Kelly, Knapp, auderdale ird Row: Lauer, Lehtonen, Lipscomb, Little, Mafrige urth Row: Maner, Mathews, McGee, McNeel, Miller th Row: Moore, Moudy, Noak, Owen, Peterson th Row: Phair, Redd, H. A. Roberts, W. E. Roberts, andlin - enth Row: Scogin, Sharp, Siegmund, H. B. Smith, . I. Smith hth Row: W. J. Smith, Spiller, Stanford, Swift, Taylor th Row: Theall, Towery, Tyler, Warnick, Wheat ttom Row: White, Wilder, Woolsey, Younger, Zunker WEEKLY DINNER MEETING Members get together for dinner at a different restaurant each week, followed by a business R meeting at the house. go ' rv WW N mx Yeoefwwgf Wayne Roberts accepts the Sam ' I ' Houston Award for outstanding serv- J- Q- Wafnlck fecewmg ice to the fraternity and the law school. the E- A- Thafp Awafd for outstanding service to g the fraternity. - x i, Glenn Brown is heard throughout Texas with the aid of radio . . . 6 01' We -Z' heed 70269672 2' Page 1 28 'Q eve-,, i ke t0 Sa'-l a nenddsx about An w0f 9117 UJOU.l'd' Uhuac ' Holiday cheer I was just telling Leighton about A if M, but he doesn't have the right attitude. THE FRATERNITY HOUSE Wgalyin A , HQAZIQCP N Delta Theta Phi is the only fraternity at this law school to maintain a house. A new house close to the Law Building is planned. x .. ., as swmmmwww- wzqmsnmnmunaw .,,.. .J-5-1--.W , ,.5,,,. . john Q. Adams Max D. Allen William D. Armstrong B. Rice Aston Don L. Baker Donald O. Baker Scott G. Baum, jr. Walton P. Bondies, jr. Frank R. Booth Thomas G. Bousquet Anthony G. Brocato David H. Brune Paul H. Brunette joe D. Bryan Theodore P. Busch j. Preston Butler james H. Byrd Ronald R. Calhoun Bill A. Campbell john L. Campos joe B. Cannon Ruben R. Cardenas Angelo j. Carubbi, jr. Frank A. Cave jim K. Choate William A. Cline, jr. james R. Coffee Conrad E. Coilield Scott T. Cook Otho L. Crawford john W. Croft C. Cohron Crutchfield, jr. Robert C. Davee C. Dean Davis Leonard E. Davis Eduardo E. de Ases Donald L. DeCordova Phi Alpha elta Tom C. CI-ark Chapter Robert T. Dickson Frank R. Douglass Sam P. Douglass Troy Douthitt, jr. jean K. DuVall Lynwood G. Elliott john B. Ellis jack Fariss Roland N. Flick, jr. William E. Floyd Aubrey Fouts Bradley A. Fowler james F. Garner john D. Gilpin Theodore Goller, jr. George A. Graham, jr. George R. Grainger Cody D. Greer Charles R. Gregg Anthony B. Hamilton Marshall A. Harrell, jr. james R. Harris james Hartnett jack W. Hawkins Douglass D. Hearne William M. Huffman jack T. Ingram james R. Irion, III foe jaworski Charles R. jones Vernon M. jordan john O. Kain George L. Kelly, jr. David W. King Boyd A. Knudtson Donald C. Krause Brian F. Laffan Fred M. Lancge jerry D. Lin sey joe R. Long Walter R. Long, jr. Solon O. Loving, jr. Everett A. Marley, jr. john B. Mason, jr. Dudley D. McCalla C. France McCoy Graham E. McCullough Billy M. McKnight Harold L. Metts jack R. Miller Meto Miteff james P. Mockford, jr. Thurman U. Moore, jr. Clovis C. Morrisson, jr. Floyd L. Morrow Bob D. Myers joe H. Nagy joe A. Osborn Phocion S. Park, III Lawrence R. Pearce Doyle E. Perkinson Albert G. Pfaff, III john H. Ray Don H. Reavis William P. Riddick Don L. Rives Aubrey L. Roberts Bennett j. Roberts, jr. M. Earl Roberts james S. Robinson Wayne A. Rohne Carl W. Schumacher W. O. Shultz, II Bob G. Skidmore james A. Slatton Charles R. Slone Dan C. Smith, III Thomas A. Sneed William C. Sparks Bryan S. Spencer Gene E. Steed john C. Steinberger Wells Stewart Donald R. Stodghill Richard F. Stovall, jr. Don E. Studdard Oscar T. Teegerstrom Larry E. Temple Otis W. Templer, jr. jimmie N. Thompson Roger H. Thurmond McHenry T. Tichenor james T. Townsend john L. Tryon Roger L. Turner Carol S. Vance Michael R. Waller Harold L. Warford Halen G. Wells Walter G. Wendlandt Kyle Wheelus, jr. Carlton D. Wilde William K. NVilde Richard B. Williams William D. Winston Claude Woessner, jr. judson P. Wood Walter E. Workman john W. Worsham Top Row: Adams, Allen, Armstrong, Aston, D. L. Baker, D. O. Baker, Baum, Bondies, Booth, Bousquet, Brocato, Brune Second Row: Brunette, Bryan, Busch, Byrd, Calhoun, Campbell, Campos, Cannon, Cardenas, Cave, Choate, Coffee Bottom Row: Coffield, Cook, Crawford, Croft, Crutchfield, Davee, C. D. 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' O ..: X - "jf .K I-1 Q j gaqfl- fa, - -X U: g. .q. .. s X 55 gf A . . ig .sr ' X A X 1 X. .X . . e A ' . 1 X ' sa. n ' ' - .. 2 X . " . .. X 1 . ' kwin- -- -f. 'rv -11 Q.. . X- A if " X' :Xt vig.-X .. ' Y 3f7t'fi'? Q X Xvf' . 1 .X A 5 . -. . 1 X- X X- . .X - X . X. . .Q Xt. . -A. . X .. Xa .. X... .Xa . .. .X ., X X . W ,V . we 1 . .X . , - 1 . -Q .,Xf..... . .X .. , ,M X, X-.4 as X . .Q -N...-. X . N. N X ., X . XXX XY. X...--. X. . .. . . . . X X- K . .X -XX - X OFFICERS FALL 1957 jim K. Choate, I ustice C. France McCoy, Vice-Justice jack R. Miller, Clerk Frank R. Douglass, Treasurer McHenry T. Tichenor, Marshal Harold L. Metts, Historian SPRING 1958 Theodore Goller, Ir., Justice L. Ray Pearce, Vice-Justice Larr E. Temple, Clerk Bob G. Skidmore, Treasurer Don L. Rives, Marshal Donald C. Krause, Historian ATIONAL FOUNDING july 27, 1902 LocAL FOUNDING 1947 ACTIVE STUDENT CHAPTERS 77 FACULTY MEMBERS Thomas I. Gibson, III Walter E. Oberer Top Row: S. P. Douglass, DuVa1IQ Elliott, Ellis, . Fariss, Flick, Floyd Second Row: Fouts, Garner, Gilpin, Gollerg Graham, Grainger, Greer Third Row: Hamilton Harrell Harris Hawkins 3 3 3 7 Hearne, Huffman, Irion Fourth Row: aworski, jones, jordan, Kain, Kelly King, Knudtson Fzfth Row: Krause, Lange, W. R. Long, Loving, Marley, Mason, McCalla Sixth Row: McCoy, McCullough, McKnight, Metts, Miller, Mockford, Moore eventh Row: Morrow, Myers, Nagy, Osborn, Pearce, Perkinson, Pfaff ighth Row: Ray, Reavis, Rives, A. L. Roberts, M. E. Roberts, Robinson, Rohne inth Row: Schumacher, Shultz, Skidmore, Slone, Smith, Sneed, Sparks enth' Row: Spencer, Steed, Steinberger, Stew- art, Stodghill, Stovall, Studdard leventh Row: Teegerstrom, Temple, Templer, Thompson, Thurmond, Tichenor, Townsend welfth Row: Tryon, Turner, Vance, Waller, Warford, Wells, Wendlandt ottom Row: Wheelus, Williams, Winston, Woessner, Wood, Workman, Worsham . 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N X , X v , X ,.. ::.,,, v K. I - ' X X :.-.Q-5, -E 1 x v ,.a:,,,::gf-ggm, Ns ' . " Z A if: 6:33. ' l ,ix Y, A. Q Q Z in ? 1 Ei ' A Phi Delta Phi Rufus Adcock Allan B. Adkins james M. Ausburn, Ir. Edward W. Barnett Lawrence L. Beason Herbert M. Beazley Richard F. Bergner Donald R. Bernard Robert L. Blevins Edwin A. Bluestein, Ir. Richard P. Bogatto Bill F. Bogle Bill H. Brister William B. Cassin Hilton I. Chodorow Harold L. Coit Billy Colwell Weldon S. Copeland james S. Covington, Ir. George A. Crowley Thomas A. Curtis Frank B. Davis William T. Deffebach William Derrick Martin DeStefano Richard B. Dewey Billy R. Dickerson George R. Donnell Alfred H. Ebert, Ir. William L. Ehrle Roy C. Engelke Howell M. Finch Ernest Flowers William C. Foster L. Bruce Fryburger James F. Gilbert Donald N. Goldston Herbert N. Lackshin Alb rt Levy Glenn W Lewis lack M Little john B. McClane Donald C. McDonald Bryan McGinnis joe B. McMaster Roberts Inn III Moulton A. Goodru William H. Gordon, S. Louis Greenberg Gary R. Gurwitz Robert A. Hall William R. Hoge, Ir. Harry L. Hudspeth George VV. Hugo Gerald D. James john W. Jarrett Nicholas johnson Harry S. Jones jerry P. Iones M. Marvin Katz Iames H. Keahey Kenneth C. Keener Robert Keith Iohn T. Kipp H. Gregory Knauth Cecil C. Kuhne, Ir. I Ir. Frederick Morton Louis G. Neumann Taylor Nichols Edwin M. O'Connor, I Robert E. Oliphant D. Robert Owen Carl A. Parker Thomas F. Parker Robert Piro Hubert M. Preston Martin L. Price William M. Ravkind Ben L. Reynolds Robert B. Reynolds G. William Rider William C. Roche Wayne R. Rodgers Jerome R. Rose . Charles B. Russell, jr. Rob-ert T. Rylee, II Gus A. Schill,1r. Thomas R. Scott Thomas M. Sewell, Jr. Ioseph Shade Morgan E. Shipman Edwin M. Sigel Lutcher B. Simmons Lawrence E. Steinberg Donald L. Stone Fred M. Sullivan Sherwood M. Sullivan Charles B. Swanner Glen E. Taylor james S. Taylor, jr. Bill G. Thompson William V. Thompson, I Thomas N. Thurlow Iames L. Truitt Iack R. Wahlquist Donald T. Weckstein Morgan K. Williams Richard A. Williams H. Coke Wilson, Ir. Meyer W. Witt William H. Wolf joseph W. Wolfe Ben S. VVoodhead, Ir. Barney T. Young Top Row: Adcock, Adkins, Ausburn, Barnett, Beason, Beazley, Bergner, Bernard, Blevins, Bluestein Second Row: Bogatto, Bogle, Brister, Cassin, Chodorow, Coit, Colwell, Copeland, Covington, Crowley Bottom Row: Curtis, Davis, Deffebach, Derrick, DeStefano, Dewey, Dickerson, Ebert, Ehrle, Flowers Charles T. McCormick OFFICERS FALL 1957 Taylor Nichols, Magister Edwin A. B1uestein,Ir., Exchequer William T. Deffebach, Clerk Edwin M. O,Connor, III, Historian SPRING 1958 William T. Deffebach, Magister john T. Kipp, Exchequer john B. McClane, Clerk Glenn W. Lewis, Historian INTERNATIONAL FOUNDING 1869 LOCAL FOUNDING 1909 ACTIVE STUDENT INNS 81 FACULTY MEMBERS Edward W. Bailey hm. Leo G. Blackstock William F. Fritz Leon Green Warner A. Hancock Gus M. Hodges Q VVilliam O. Huie Denny O. Ingram, Ir. W. Page Keeton .Leon Lebowitz Pierre R. Loiseaux R. Dean Moorhead Keith E. Morrison Woodrow W. Patterson Millard H. Ruud Robert W. Stayton George W. Stumberg John F. Sutton, r. E. Wayne Thode erre S. Williams Marion K. Woodward Top Row: Foster, F ryburger, Gilbert, Goldston, Goodrum, Gordon Second Row: Greenberg, Gurwitz, Hall, Hoge, Hudspeth, Hugo Third Row: ames, arrett, johnson, H. S. Jones, I. P. Jones, Katz Fourth Row: Keahey, Keener, Keith, Kipp, Knauth, Kuhne Fifth Row: Lackshin, Levy, Lewis, Little, Mc- Clane, McDonald Sixth Row: McGinnis, McMaster, Morton, Neu- mann, Nichols, Oliphant - Seventh Row: Owen, C. A. Parker, T. F. Parker, Piro,'Preston, Price Eighth Row: Ravkind, B. L. Reynolds, R. B. Reynolds, Rider, Roche, Rodgers Ninth Row: Rose, Russell, Rylee, Schill, Scott, Sewell Tenth How: Shade, Sigel, Simmons, Steinberg, Stone, F. M. Sullivan Eleventh Row: S. M. Sullivan, Swanner, G. E. Taylor, I. S. Taylor, B. G. Thompson, W. V. 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Amidei William Benardino jamie C. Boyd Edwin E. Brewer Weldon L. Cherry Harold L. Comer Praetors Donald L. Cotton john B. Faulkner Bobby W. Fleming jack W. Gibson Charles Kvinta Eugene H. Lieck Odell L. McBrayer Howard F. Naughton Don M. Nugent Don L. Patterson Cletus C. Schenk Frank W. Steinbach . . . and a happy New Year to you, too. 0779 Foe I h wriffen exam, enough on this Page 138 Lean back: Ed' I always wear two pair of glasses when I 'm studying. OFFICERS FALL 1957 Iohn Faulkner, Praetor Urbanus fPresidentQ William Benardino, Praetor Peregrinus CVioe-Presidentj Harold Comer, Praetor Tutelarii I Secretary Q Maurice Amidei, Praetorian Guard I Sergeant at Armsj Edwin Brewer, Praetor Aerarii I Treasurer Q Bob Fleming, Lictor C H istorianj Donald Cotton, Alumni Tutelarii C Alumni Seoretaryj 1 SPRING 1958 Donald Cotton, Praetor Urbanus CPresidentj . Don Patterson, Praetor Peregrinus IVice-Presidentj Cletus Schenk, Praetor Tutelarii I Secretary Q Eugene Lieck, Praetor Aerarii CTreasurerQ jack Gibson, Lictor I H istorianj john Faulkner, Alumni Tutelarii C Alumni Seoretaryj I LOCAL FOUNDING Fall 1952 FACULTY SPONSOR Woodrow W. Patterson The Praetors fraternity is found only at The University of Texas. Its constitution currently limits membership to forty stu- dents. Top Row: Amidei, Benardino, Boyd Second Row: Brewer, Comer, Cotton Third How: Faulkner, Fleming, Gibson Fourth Row: Kvinta, Lieck, McBrayer Bottom Row: Naughton, Patterson, Schenk I think 1'm going to sneeze. Dance? What dance? Page 139 x w F N k xx Q, S. qpvczf -gg, 9 TW "WN . ,Q avg, N 49 mm f wi Xxx QR WNQSSQQA- kxx gsx Yak gig g x XX ag N v SVN MY lwwmx x 1 A xwwfgw . ' - Q 'Nw gg F Y? A mn A X X QR X Mv- S N X Nz VL.. As - W Kapp Beta Pi Anna Belle Clements Marjorie McGoWn Ina Backman Stewart Norma Lee Fink Nancy Paxton Moody Betty Io Wiest Mary Beth Hiskey Audrey Elizabeth Poulos Adele Zedler Lois Marie Iett Sandra Kay Stalcup Anna Belle C lements, Doris Dees, M ary Beth H iskey and Adele Zedler .a1,.:qa..,iaxanmmwxsmwmwmmamawe-wmwavrfvefmxxwwmwmmeewesw wwmww.wwm1memmwwmmwwmmxwwmeaxamwv-gmnefm vmmmmmrmememwwmmmw. uw if OFFICERS Doris Dees, Dean Audrey Poulos, Chancellor INTERNATIONAL FOUNDING, 1908 LOCAL FOUNDING, 1916 FACULTY MEMBERS Helen Hargrave Katherine Barlow The year 1958 marks the Cold- en Anniversary of Kappa Beta Pi, the oldest and largest legal soror- ity. It is the first American fra- ternal organization, general or professional, to establish a chap- ter in Europe-in France, 1927-- and it has located chapters as far away as Shanghai. Although only the student members are listed here, the Eta Chapter operates as a combined student and alumni organization. Mary Joe Carroll Elizabeth Anne Kleiner Sandra Kay Stalcup an Law Bachelors Clublo Page 144 The Law Bachelors Clubbe was formed in the springkof 1956 for one and only purpose-to promote social contact with the Co-eds of the University of Texas. Informal parties and picnics are organized throughout the year. This year the Clubbeas semi-formal Christmas party, the "Judicial Iumpf was a highlight of the fall season. Membership in the Clubbe does not preclude membership in any of the law fraternities. A FACULTY SPONSOR-Helen Hargrave OFFICERS FALL 1957 SPRING 1958 Carl Parker, Social Chairman'fPresidentQ Carl Parker, Social Chairman fPresidentQ Iack Pevehouse, Vice-Social Chairman C Vice- Gordon Redd, Vice-Social Chairman CVice-Presi- President Q dentj C. VVilliam Rider, Letter-Writer fSecretaryQ james I. Smith, Letter-Writer fSecretaryQ Roswald Shrull, Beer-Buyer fTreasurerQ Dudley Mann, Beer-Buyer fTreasurerQ joe Darnall, Ofhcial Photographer Carl Parker readsa Law Bachelors Clubbe party invitation to the Alpha Phi sorority. The invitation, in the form of an official-looking subpoena, had just been "served" upon the startled group by a real deputy sheriff lstanding in doorwayl, Standing: jameson, Weckstein, Mears, Loving, Bousquet, Adcock, Pevehouse, Parker, Mann, C. C. Bishop, Kelly, Amidei, R. D. Jones, Davis, Darnall, Bernard. ,'Kneeling: Redd, Rider, Steinberg, Margoitta, Sansing, Prud'homme, R. O. Jones. Seated: Burton, Keener, Spano, Bondies, Turner, Smith. Rufus Adcock Ivan Alexander, Ir. Maurice E. Amidei David P. Anderson B. Rice Aston john B. Benton Donald R. Bernard Clyde C. Bishop Donald M. Bishop Walton P. Bondies, Ir. Thomas G. Bousquet William H. Burton Pat N. Cain Paul V. Carroll Iames' E. Coate john W. Croft joseph R. Darnall, Ir. Maurice G. Davis Martin . DeStefano Edward E. DeWees, Ir. Don L. Dickson William L. Ehrle John W. Ellis David R. Finney Paul E. French L. Bruce Fryburger Iuandell D. Glass Edward L. Grodahl - Howard I. Hatoff jack D, Hicks Thomas K. Holdsworth James' W. Iameson Richard O. Jones Robert D. Jones Kenneth C. Keener Thomas P. Kelly, jr. Thomas A. Korioth jon D. Lawrence Kipling F. Layton Eugene H. Lieck Walter R. Long, Ir. Solon O. Loving, Ir. A Dudley R. Mann, jr. Anthony C. Margoitta Graham E. McCullough joe C. Mears Brunson D. Moore H. Franklin Moore Richard B. Moore Robert E. Newey Carl A. Parker jack Pevehouse 1. Gilbert Prudihomme Rodolfo L. Ramos Gordon L. Redd Robert B. Reynolds G. William Rider Aubrey L. Roberts Ierome R. Rose Robert M. Sanderford Joe F. Sandlin William A. Sansing Robert R. Scogin Charles E. Seaberg Thomas H. Sharp, Ir. VV. Marshall Sherwood R. Gilbert Shivers Roswald E. Shrull Edwin M. Sigel Iames I. Smith, Ir. Vito M. Spano Lawrence E. Steinberg Allen L. Stilley Robert D. Tindle I. Lawrence Tryon Roger L. Turner John K. Vinson Robert B. Ward Samuel W. Warner Donald T. Weckstein E. Alton Wheat Kyle VVheelus, Ir. Billy R. lfVilder Frank O. Willy, Ir. William I. Woodson Page 145 W E Q 3 if 5 , f 5 Page 146 i n,,,pAv",4uHnmp-wmpw gssfw, -fam , , y M S , X X QKi f fw Qeri Rfk xii! Sas wi? Mgssi Se if sw 1 :ima gi she :bi-.P ef Sgwmhi 'i'?5'ffwS1fS XrfY Sei1:swmwei f - 5 ' Q was www sf sas Wig ws' atisnwni :mime gr 12? X N ,AS 'N-is "f""i'l"' :,.,g,g.:,-Q T , i - .x , gf- ::,. K x - N- 5 1-Q 3.33: -4 -.X ,C . R ig ifff'-Q Tl x x ' X-'QS FL ik fi F if QfL1A':5aw mr Stark Judicial Jump Rx .QQ Q X wnfs' -' K xx f Arhnttwz N ws All WMM M X mm.. X A++ . 5 .5-3, Q.. A ,.,.- . N X ,,.,.. Q, L 1 OX ,QM X , x. xx M Q Six .. - QS? W . o X X X S3 Y S X x xx 1 4 C onsuls Freshman In ns of Court Law Day Midsummer Picnic Portia Moot Court Athletics Page 149 Consul The Consul Award was originated in 1954 by' the Society of The Peregrinus. Its purpose is to confer recognition upon those law students who have 'made the most outstanding contributions to the Law School community through participation in extra-cur- ricular activities. The accomplishments of a student and the benefit others derive from his participation in Law School activities are the prime considerationsg the holding of a certain oflice, or mem- bership in a certain organization, is not per se a basis for this honor. Scholarship is considered only to the extent that it is ap- plied to an extra-curricular activity such as the Texas Law Review. Currently, not more than twenty Consuls may be selected each year. Frank R. Douglass RiChf11'd 0- Jones Page 150 Wayne E. Roberts S Thomas M. Sewell, Ir. Donald R. Bernard Jim K. Choate Harold L. M etts McHenry T. Tichenor - V- - Y - -- 1- . -- ,V - we -- -H , Bzll 1' Bogle Bill A. Campbell Owen W. Cecil . seph R Darnall JT William T. Deffebach Estela de la Garza CONSUL SELECTION COMMITTEE Each fall, at the request of the Society of The Peregrinus Board of Directors, each fraternal organization at the Law School appoints one member ofthe Selection Committee. An independent member is appointed by the President of the Student Bar Association. This committee selects the Consuls for the year. Walter R. Long lChairman Q , Phi Alpha Delta Bobby W. Fleming, Praetors Herbert L. Hooks, Independent Iohn T. Kipp, Phi Delta Phi Marjorie McCown, Kappa Beta Pi I. Warnick, jr., Delta Theta Phi S Page 151 Moot Courf . .. , QN XE N K N X M xx SN x X X Vx x X xx f X X X TS X M THE HILDEBBAND COMPETITION The Hildebrand Moot Court Competition is held annually at The University of Texas School of Law in memory of the late Dean Ira P. Hildebrand. The competition supplements student classroom work by providing a legally instructive extra-curricular ac- tivity which gives participants both training and practical experience in advocacy, appellate argument, brief writing, and legal research. Beginning in the fall semester, participants work as two-man teams in the tournament which continues until mid-spring. Each team becomes the attorneys on one side of a Hcticious case in which a competing team is the opposing co-counsel. Such a case presents the essential situation in which the ficticious clients have become involved, and the fictional decision of a trial court on the matter. Each team then prepares its assigned case to be brought in an appellate court. This calls for analysis of the case, research of the per- tinent law, and preparation of a brief. The opposing teams then argue the case before a mock appellate court, usually composed of a faculty member and two senior law students. The decision of the "court" is based on the skill with which the briefs were pre- pared and the arguments delivered C not the legal merits of the team's position in the "case"J. The courtys decision determines the winner of that round. To reduce the scope of the work involved, teams are often restricted to a designated Held of law such as Torts or Trusts. ln a case designated as "Criminal Law," therefore, neither team need consider points of Procedure, Constitutional Law, Marital Rights, or any other legal field, although such elements may exist within the fictitious situation. CAYNOB KENDALL Director of the Moot Court program Teams are gradually eliminated from the compe- tition until only two remain. These finalists compete for the championship on Law Day before an audience of several hundred, submitting their briefs and their oral arguments to the members of the Supreme Court of Texas Cwho form a Supreme Moot Court for the occasionj. 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X ' f ' A 2 'f gif .... 1 OTHER PARTICIPANTS RUF US ADCOCK CARL PARKER CONRAD COFFIELD ALFRED JACKSON CLETUS SCHENK BRYAN SPENCER DONALD COTTON JOHN FAULKNER JOHN CAVIN ROGER L. TURNER OSCAR TEEGERSTROM RICHARD B. WILLIAMS FRED LANGE CLAUDE WOESSNER JOE SANDLIN J. Q. WAENIOK JOSEPH CLEVELAND GERALD WALLIS HERBERT BEAZLEY KYLE WHEELUS NVILLIAM ARMSTRONG CHARLES SLONE OTHO CRAWFORD WAYNE ROHNE R. .TEMPLE DICKSON AUBREY ROBERTS EDUARDO DE ASES FLOYD MORROW WILLIAM BENARDINO EDWIN BREWER ROBERT WARD JUDSON WOOD JOHN ADAMS PHOCION PARK JOE CANNON MEYER WITT gl Each year the names of the Hildebrand winners are added to this large plaque which hangs in the entrance hall. Dean Hildebrand received his LL.B..degree from The University of Texas in 1899, LL.M. from Texas in 1900, and an LL.B. from Harvard in 1902. He returned to our law school as a Professor of Law in 1907 with the mission to make it one of the best in the country. He was made Dean of the School of Law in 1924. He injected into our school's cur- riculum the exacting method of legal training he had known. His students were introduced to the casebook method of study and analysis which supplanted the textbook system of instruction. To the law students, Dean Hildebrand's manner was ex- pressed in an issue of the Texas Law Review QDecember, 1942j which carried tributes from his former professors as well as his students. One student Wrote: "His loyalty to his boys-the students of the law school-was tra- ditional. He deplores their weaknesses and for- gives them. He discounts their faults and exag- gerates their virtues, and he has permitted many a law student to remain in school when the strict MORGAN WILLIAMS-BILL G. THOMPSON Quarter-Finalists letter of the lawv called for his ousterf' His stu- dents responded with sincere, hard Work. It befits the nature of our moot court program to be named in honor of a teacher who, through his own example, caused students to do more than what was only adequate. Page 155 V For 1958-Mary Beth Hiskey Portia is the title conferred annually upon one of the girls attending this law school. The selection of Portia was originated and is sponsored by the Society of The Pere- grinus as a recognition of the girls who are studying law. The first Portia was chosen in 1949. Minimum standards for Portia were estab- lished this year by the Peregrinus Board of Directors. She must be a student in the Law School who has completed not less than ten hours of law courses. She must currently Mary Beth is a native of Canton, Texas. She attended Canton High School and was graduated in 1948. She then entered North Texas State College at Denton and was graduated in 1952 with a B.S. degree. Mary Beth entered The University of Texas School of Law in September, 1956. She is a mem- ber of Kappa Beta Pi, and was a member of Delta Kappa at North Texas State. have a grade average in her law courses of 65 or higher. From the girls who meet these min- imum standards, the Selection Committee nominates those who are best qualified to be Portia on the basis of scholarship, personality, beauty, and extra-curricular activities. This committee consists of the Assistant Dean of the Law School, the President of the Student Bar Association, and the Presidents of the Senior, Midlaw, and Freshman Law Classes. An election in which any law student may vote is then conducted by the Election Commission to determine which nominee is to become Portia. Any girl may withdraw her name from pos- sible consideration if she desires. The name Portia is taken from the heroine of Shakespeareis The Merchant of Venice, a rich and beautiful young lady- who displayed wisdom and legal brilliance to save a friend. 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As many Inns are organized as interest warrants. Each Inn contains twelve members with a student leader, called the Master of the Bench, and. his as- Program sistant, called the Treasurer. Each Inn has a faculty member, called the Serjeant at Law. The Inns meet once a month for dinner, followed by a discussion period. Some time preceding the meeting, the Serjeant at Law assigns a simple prob- lem, such as reading a recent case, for the discussion period. Each member is expected to take and defend some point of view on the problem. The Serjeant offers constructive suggestions about the analysis and presentation of each member. According to current plans, the Inns next year will also engage in inter-Inn competition on similar prob- lems, and a simplified Moot Court competition will be held between individuals from each Inn. Rec- ognition will be given to the winning Inn and individuals on Law Day. Robert R. Barton, Chairman MASTER OF THE BENCH SERIEANT AT LAW Leon Lebowitz Gus M. Hodges Arthur B. Custy William F. Fritz Denny O. Ingram jerre S. Williams Peter Ward john F. Sutton, Ir. Pierre R. Loiseaux E. Wayne Thode INN Barnard's Camille F. Sarrauf Clement's Benny H. Hughes ClifIord's Neal A. Hawthorn Furnival's jerry P. jones Gray's Carl L. Estes, II Lincoln's B. james McGinnis Lyon's - Thomas E. Higgins Staples' Clarence N. Stevenson Thavies' Edward M. Brown Townes' james H. Billingsley Page 1 74 Brown, M eGinnis, Hughes, Barton, Billingsley, I ones, Estes, Stevenson, Higgins Dean Keeton frightj welcomes guest of honor Charles I. Francis to Law Day. Law Day at Townes Hall is one day out,of the regular school year dedi- cated to and run by the law students. This event, now a cherished tradition, started here in 1953 under the spon- sorship of the Student Bar Association. P Succeeding Law Days have followed the same pattern. In the morning, two distinguished speakers address the large audience of faculty and students, families, guests, I and visitors. Awards and honors are presented to students who have earned them through the year. One' or two faculty members are presented comical awards. Following a picnic lunch of barbe- cue under the live oaks of the Law School campus, a humorous address is given in the auditorium by a third distinguished speaker. Then Moot Court awards are presented, and the final round of the Hildebrand Moot Court Compe- tition is held. The members of the Supreme Court of Texas convene as a Moot Court to hear the arguments and decide the winners. The celebration moves into its evening phase with unabated enthusiasm. Assault and F lattery- the Law School's annual contribution to the Iine arts-is living proof that the art of parody is not RICHARD o. JONES TAYLOR NICHOLS Co-chairmen of Law Dtzy dead. It is a series of fast-moving skits in which the students, professors, and law wives take turns caricaturing each other and the Law School rou- tine. The last event ofthe day is the Barristers Ball in the Law Library. There are refreshments, and music is provided by a live orchestra. The light- ing and decorations produce such a remarkable change in atmosphere that one is almost unaware of dancing among rows of Southwestern Reporter and Texas Jurisprudence. Page 1 75 lg Page THE STEERING COMMITTEE Back Row: Rodgers, Warnick, Redd, Reese, Spencer, Harris Second Row: Sapp, Nagy, Deffebach, Hallmark, Darden, Tyler Seated: Neumann, Cecil, jones, Nichols, Nelson ix , 5 , S LAW DAY COMMITTEES The STEERING COMMITTEE comprises the Law Day Co-Chairmen, Masters of Ceremony, and the chairmen and assistant chairmen of the Law Day committees. ASSAULT AND F LATTERY Bryan Spencer, Chairman Earl Tyler, Asst. Chairman Bob Barton joe Cannon ' Conrad Coffield ' Martin DeStefano Don Goldston Max Hamilton Herb Hooks jim jameson Bob Iones jerry Lucas Tom Sharp Buck Smith john Teed , Roger L. Turner Kyle Wheelus 1 76 MASTERS OF CEREMONY: Owen Cecil and john McClane BARRISTERS BALL GRAPHIC DISPLAY Kenzy Hallmark, Chairman David Sapp, Chairman Lynn Darden, Asst. Chairman john Benton Herb Beazley VValt Bondies Frank Calhoun Tom Devine Peggy Dobbins Kenneth Drew Paul French Phil Leach Vernon Lemens Walter Long Franklin Moore Carl Parker James I. Smith John Teed Scott Cook Arthur Ellisor Jerry Prager Van Thompson Bob Thornton Ioe Tita ' Howard Wolf l PICNIC p Ioe Nagy, Co-Chairman Louis Neumann, Co- y Chairman 1 Sam Blackham 1 Ted Busch Don DeCordova Tom Devine l George Ellis , Terry Haynes I Tom Holdsworth Gilbert Low Anthony Margoitta Dan C. Smith Don Stone Oscar Teegerstrom Morgan Williams ,Y..i PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIP TICKETS Gale Reese, Chairman Jim Harris, Chairman Wayne Rodgers, Chairman Monroe Clayton, Asst. Chair- David P. Anderson Warnick, Asst. Chair- man Mack Ausburn man Rice Aston ' Odell McBrayer Bill Armstrong jim Coffee Tom Parker Anna Belle Clements john Croft Meyer Witt Jon Coffee jim Devine Bill Floyd Graham McCullough SPEAKERS john Gilpin Bob N ewey S. Louis Greenberg Bill Deifebach, Co-Chairman Gary Qurwitz GOfdOH.Redd, C0-Chaifman Howard Hatoff Dave Finney jack Hawkins Bob Armstrong, Chairman Moulton Goodrum Dick Keehey Keith Nelson, Asst. Chairman Bill Gordon John Kipp Carl Ahrens Jim Lauderdale Jay Knauth Don L. Baker jerry Lindsey Phil Leach Glenn Brown Brunson Moore Jim McGinnis . Estela de la Garza Iames Truitt Bill Rider Robert L. Dickson Bill Winston Wayne Rehne S3111 DOUgl3.SS Tom Sharp W Charlie Dye Larry Steinberg Roswald Shrull ' l Bill Sparks Carol Vance . joy Vandervort l john Winslow NORTH SIDE OF THE LAW SCHOOL 5 3 S E E E f Q E E s 3 s E E 1 E .nr-.,,.u.- . . Distinguished Speakers Page 1 78 ROBERT BERNARD ANDERSON Mr. Anderson received his LL.B. from The University of Texas School of Law in 1929 where he was an honor student, member of Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity, Chancellors, and Order of the Coif. Also during his tenure at the Texas Law School he was elected to the Texas Legislature. Upon ad- mission to the Texas Bar, he served as Assistant Attorney General for the State of Texas. In addition to his duties as Secretary of the Treasury, he is a member of numerous boards concerned with national defense, finance, business and agricultural administration. WALTER VINCENT SCHAEFER justice Schaefer has served upon the Supreme Court of Illinois since 1951. Since his admission to the Illinois Bar in 1928, he has served as Professor of Law at Northwestern University, litigation attorney for the Agricultural Adjust- ment Administration, and with the Legal Department of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. justice Schaefer is a member of the Illinois State and American Bar Associations. In addition to being co-editor of the Illinois Civil Practice Act, Annotated, 1934, justice Schaefer has made numerous contributions to professional journals. W. ST. jOHN GARWOOD justice Garwood is the senior Associate justice of The Supreme Court of Texas. He attended Georgetown Uni- versity, The University of Texas, and received his LL.B. from Harvard University in 1922. He is a member of the Texas State Bar, New York Bar, American Bar Association, and the American Law Institute. In addition to private prac- tice with prominent Texas law firms, justice Garwood served as a First Lieutenant in the Texas National Guard Cavalry, and as Lieutenant and Lieutenant Commander in Naval Intelligence. PICNIC ON THE LAWN LAW REVIEW AWARDS BEST WORK-Robert B. Reynolds. A set of An- notated Texas Statutes is given annually by the Ver- non Law Book Company to the student editor con- tributing the best work, both quantity and quality considered, to the Texas Law Review during the year. SECOND-BEST VVORK-Allan B. Adkins. A bound set of the Texas Law Review is awarded annually by the Directors of the Texas Law Review, Inc., for the second-best work, both quantity and quality con- sidered, contributed during the year. BEST OVERALL CONTRIBUTION-Richard B. Dewey, M. Marvin Katz, Glenn W. Lewis, Walter E. Workman. Prizes totaling 85350, contributed by Baker, Botts, Andrews 6: Shepherd, of Houston, Vin- son, Elkins, Weems 8: Searls, of Houston, and Iudge Ben H. Powell, of Austin, are combined and divided equally among the four writers making the best ov: r- all contribution to the Texas Law Review. BEST REAL ESTATE WORK - Lawrence Ray earce. S100 given by the Lawyeris Title Insurance Corporation to the senior who, during his entire law school career, has made the best contribution to the Texas Law Review in connection with the law of real estate. BEST TORT PAPER-Edward W. Barnett. This year for the first time, S100 contributed by the Texas As- sociation of Plaintiffs' Attorneys to the student who writes the best note or comment for the Texas Law Review in the Held of tort or workmen's compensa- tion law. BEST TAX PAPER-James S. Covington, Ir. S100 given by Wright Matthews, of Dallas, for the best paper on income, estate, or gift taxation. Barney Young fleftl congratulates second-place con- tributor Allan Adkins. First place award went to Robert Reynolds, standing at right. Page 179 OWEN W. CECIL JAMES R. HARRIS ASA V. BLAN D RICHARD F. BERCNER 8 MOOT COURT AWARDS WINNING TEAM-Owen W. Cecil, james R. Harris. S200 from Thompson, Knight, Wright 81 Simmons. SECOND-PLACE TEAM-Richard F. Bergner, Asa V. Bland. S100 from The University of Texas Law School Foundation. STATE BAR COMPETITION TEAM-Iirn K. Choate, Lloyd Hand, Robert T. Rylee, II . S100 from Andrews, Kurth, Campbell 81 Bradley to the team chosen to represent the Law School at the Moot Court Hnals during the annual Texas Bar Association meeting. NATIONAL COMPETITION TEAM-jim. K. Choate, Frank R. Doug- lass, Lawrence Ray Pearce. 8250 from Turner, White, Atwood, McLane 81 Francis to the students participating in the National Moot Court Competition. SENIOR BRACKET WINNERS-R0beTt C. Dtwee, john O. Kain. S50 donated by The Society of The Peregrinus. BEST FIRST ROUND BRIEF-Robert B. Ward, Judson P. Wood. S25 from The Society of The Peregrinus. SECOND-BEST FIRST ROUND BRIEF+Fred M. Lange, Claude Woessner, Ir. S10 from The Society of The Peregrinus. MEMBERS OF THE SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS jUDGE THE FINAL ROUND OF THE HILDEBRAND COMPETITION Left to right: Frank P. Culver, jr., Associate Justice Robert W. Calvert, Associate Justice W. St. john Garwood, Associate Justice john E. Hickman, Chief Justice Walter V. Schaefer, Guest Presiding Justice ' Meade F. Griffin, Associate Justice Clyde E. Smith, Associate Justice Ruel C. Walker, Associate Justice Ireland Graves, Guest Justice lAssociate justices james R. Norvell and joe Greenhill were not present? THE PROBLEM This is the fictitious situation upon which the final round ofthe Hildebrand Competition was based: Petitioner frepresented by Bergner and Bland J , a railroad switchman, brought suit in the I23rd District Court of Travis County under the Fed- eral Employefs Liability Act to recover damages resulting from a heart attack he sustained while attempting to throw an allegedly frozen switch. The trial court submitted the case to the jury which found that the Respondent railroad frep- resented by Cecil and Harrisj was negligent and that such negligence was the proximate cause of Petitioner's injury. The court in accordance with the jury verdict gave judgment to Petitioner in the amount of 337,500 Respondent appealed to the Court of Civil Ap- peals for the Third Supreme judicial District at Austin, Texas, and that court reversed the holding of the trial court and rendered judgment for Re- spondent on the ground that there was "no evi- dencei' in the trial court record to support the jury findings on negligence and proximate cause. Petitioner then duly perfected his application for Writ of Error to The Supreme Court of Texas. Faculty Director of the Moot Court program, Gaynor Ken dall fleftj, and quizmaster Ray Pearce. Bill Bogle receives his award from Acting 106 Damdll lleffi Presenting P61'6gf11WS Dean Woodward frightj. Award to Walt Bondies LAW DAY AWARDS OUTSTANDING SENIOR-Bill F. Bogle. S100 from Baker, Botts, Andrews Sz Shepherd. OUTSTANDING NIIDLAW-Laffy E. Temple. S100 from Baker, Botts, Andrews 8: Shepherd. OUTSTANDING FRESHMAN-Bryan James McGinnis. S100 to the best all-around first-year law student from Carrington, Cowan, johnson, Bromberg -Sz Leeds. MOST PROMISING SENIOR-William T. Dejfebach. F5100 from Andrews, Kurth, Campbell 81 Bradley to the senior student whose character and ability, in the opinion of his associ- ates, give the greatest promise of achieving distinction in the practice of law. BEST EXTRACURRICULAR CONTRIBUTION-Wayne E. Roberts. S100 from Andrews, Kurth, Campbell 61 Bradley to the student who has contributed the most in an extracurricular way to the welfare of the Law School. HILDY,S CUTBACK-Edwin E. Brewer. S100 from Iarrell Caronzik to a law student who, by virtue of failure or success, intransigence or adaptability, personality or persistence, handicaps or ability, or perhaps simple, mundane magnetism, captures the imagination, humor, and respect of the Law Faculty. MosT CONSTRUCTIVE FUTURE-Lawrence Ray Pearce. A set of the United States Supreme Court Reports, donated by the Honorable Tom C. Clark, Associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, to the senior law student who, in the estimation of the faculty, shows the most promise of a constructive professional contribution to society and to the development of the legal profession. PEREGRINUS HONOR AWARD-Walton P. Bondies, Ir., Paul E. French, Dominick S. Tra- monte, Ir. A certificate from The Society of The Peregrinus to the staff members who, in the estimation of the Editor, have made the most significant contributions to the year- book. PEHEGRINUS SERVICE AWARD-RUfUS I. Adcock, Thomas G. Bousquet, Malcolm Dade, Lynn Darden, Elwin L. Hamilton, Gordon L. Redd, McHenry T. Tichenor. A certificate from The Society of The Peregrinus to the staff members who, in the estimation of the Editor, have given service with distinction. Dean Keeton receives California mining Strictly for the birds, Pierre Lozseaux is equipment in a lighter vein from presented with a live chicken by Odell John M cC lane. M cBrayer and Owen Cecil Professor Bailey displays colorful beanie Mr Woodward congratulates Ed Brower DT. Smith fleftl presents Tom Sneed with on winning H ildy's Cutback. new Law-Science Award. LAW-SCIENCE AGHIEVEMENT-Thomas A. Sneed. The S100 Roscoe Pound Law-Science award was established this year bv Dr. Hubert W. Smith for the student who has done the rnost constructive workin the field. PROMISING LEGAL ABILITY-McHenry T. Tichenor. The Lawrence Herbert Landa Me- morial Award for promising legal ability was presented in memory of Mr. Landa, a 1956 graduate of this law school, who died December 9, 1957. MIDLAW SGHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT FIRST PRIZE-Phillip M. Leach. A set of Stayton's Annotated F orrn Books presented by the Midlaw Class to the midlaw student who has made the most improvement in his scholastic average during the past year. MIDLAW SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT SECOND PRIZE-Patrick A. Myers. A set of Mc- Cormick and Ray on Evidence presented by the Midlaw Class to the midlaw student who has made the second-best improvement in his scholastic average during the past year. DELTA THETA PHI AGHIEVEMENT AWARD-Wayne E. Roberts. The Sam Houston Award, donated bv Claude Vovles, consists of a set of Vernon's Texas Statutes, a set of Stayton's Form Books, and McCormick and Rau on Evidence. It goes to the senior member of the Sam Houston Senate of Delta Theta Phi who has, in the opinion of his fellow members, contributed most to the fraternity and to the School of Law during the past year. PHI ALPHA DELTA OUTSTANDING SENIOR- Lawrence Ray Pearce. A certificate awarded bv the National Fraternity to the best all around senior member of the Tom C. Clark Chapter, based on the recommendations of the members. PHI DELTA PHI OUTSTANDING GR.ADUATE-William T. Deffebach. A presentation by Roberts Inn to the graduating mfmber considered to be the most outstanding student from the standpoint of grades, contributions to the activities of the Law School, com- munity service, and promise of achievement in the legal profession. PRAETORS OUTSTANDING SENIOR-John B. Faulkner. An award to the senior member of the fraternity who has made outstanding contributions to the fraternity, and whose rcc- ord gives promise of substantial service to the profession. LAW WIVES CLUB DONATION-To the Law School. This vear's cash donation by the Club concludes a series which made possible the new auditorium curtain. Visiting New Yorker Peter Ward got a hat presented by John Mcglanei Zorro hat, trick arrow through the head and placard. Y SSBU We . S-Sig - f X S S1 mm 5" 'wp , ,,., x 5,15 X ,QW wmwuz-1 ...MQ . i ,Ex X..x Y .ww K A X Mx-5-,...J 'xQN2SQxf- ,,v X W xx? we X EN. NN lmrnssslon AXNDEQ' ,X wxi . Y, X, Q XX TJ. 'pkg , -Q L -ix sw H+- :':5::-E5:s. Q X :Qin 51 Nw 'Q ' ,..., vm-1 S 'N mm' A QQ Xxx AQ: . wa... x XS X Q . S , 8 a X x xx .- NSETQQ A 7 A Q? :wx at-r f X EN X 1 1, 1.1 1 .x K wif-eg. X X. X . X Q Q X X is ,:::::fS.: xxx X, Q- X - X is A Xxx A. nz, X .k, ,. X 23, QSEAQM -X M. Sw Q fx xxx Q - .rf S ag - ,, N hz., - X f 2 xymsxww fx - - ' V was Q A 'i S ,sbs fxx 1 fi! X MW Nw vxx S an x Ne Q it-Q X X- wx f ,W , nv ,W X QSM, misses XXX in X X QQQ x A X Q58 XXN75 7 XX X Xxx QQQEQSXQF XXX, 2. XG geqxagsix gk xx Q XX X X sis N V .... ..,x N X Q X xx x Q X wx Nw: X V X QQ X -. 1 5 Q wb Standing: Moody, Lang, Coates, Hanger, Proctor Seated: Harwicke, Keeton, C. I. Francis W. Page Keeton, Dean ofthe Law School jack Proctor, Secretary of the Law School Foundation THE LAW SCHOOL FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES Charles I. Francis, President Hines Baker Francis G. Coates W. H. Francis, Ir. Robert K. Hanger Robert E. Harwicke Sylvan Lang Dan Moody Hugh Lamar Stone Angus G. Wynne During the last few years, the Texas Law School has ex- panded rapidly, with its present enrollment approaching nine hundred students. As the Law School has expanded, the problem of attracting and maintaining a top Hight faculty has become more and more pressing. During the past school year, two promising young faculty members of the Law School left for more lucrative teaching posi- tions at other universities. Page 190 It is this desire to maintain the high standards of the past that formed the basis of the fund raising campaign known as The 500 Fund sponsored by The University of Texas Law School Foundation. The campaign was based on the premise that at least five hundred Texas Law School graduates are willing to bring Texas to the top in thc law field by contributing 81,000 or more each over a period of four years, building an endowment fund to supplement the salaries of faculty members and other Law School projects. The Law School Foundation, the project sponsor, should not be confused with the john Charles Townes Foundation of The University of Texas. The Townes Foundation is a trust fund that was established in 1941 and is administered by trustees, who are members of the Board of Regents. Contributions to this fund go to The University of Texas for specific use in Law School func- tions including scholarships, conferences, and research. On the other hand, the Law School Foundation is a separate educational corporationlformed under the laws of Texas to solicit large contributions of an endowment nature for particular purposes. Lifetime trustees, selected to give prospective donors conidence that large gifts will be spent wisely and as directed, administer the fund. Since the problems of soliciting large and small gifts differ, it has proven more convenient to have separate agencies to handle them. The University of Texas Law School Foundafion 50OFuncl Law Day, 1958, was dedicated to Charles I. Francis, of Houston, "who, because of his un- selfish and tireless efforts in behalf of our Law School, has been recognized by the Faculty and students as the year's outstanding alumnus." Mr. F rancis' speech on acceptance of the plaque given him as a memento of this occasion is re- printed here: Words are inadequate for me to express my sincere appreciation to the members of the Fac- ulty and the students of the School of Law for the honor that they have paid me. I wish that I de- served it. This is a novel role for me today, and I feel inadequate for the occasion. I am sorely tempted to say "Thanks to all of you" and thus conclude my part of this program, but I cannot resist making a few remarks about a matter very close to my heart. It has been said that a fine teacher on one end of a log and a willing and able student on the other would be the basis of a great university. Whether or not this is true of a modern university might be open to some debate, but I am perfectly certain that the sine qua non of a great law school is a de- voted and able faculty. It is wonderful to have adequate buildings and classrooms, libraries 'and dormitories, a beautiful campus and all those other things which generally go along with a law school of the first class, but when all is said and done, the rank of a school of law is largely gauged by the ability of its faculty. With this thought somewhat in mind, a group of ex-students in 1952 established The University of Texas Law School Foundation. The Foundation is a non-profit organization and its primary objective is to promote the welfare of the School of Law, as determined by its Board of Trustees, presently consisting of ten members. The names of most of these Trustees are well known throughout the State and even the Nation: Covernor Dan Moody, Hines Baker fformer President of the Humble Oil 81 Refining Com- panyjg Hugh Lamar Stone Qformer General Counsel of the Gulf Oil Corporationjg Robert E. -n-f--- e I -1- .f 7.1--- -ew .ff -. - ..-- -.Y-PNG--Ve W- CHARLES 1. FRANCIS Charles I. Francis graduated from The University of Texas School of Law in 1917 with an LL.B. and LL.M. He helped establish the Texas Law Review in 1922, and served as Associate Editor until 1924. For sixteen years he was a partner in the firm which is now Vinson, Elkins, Weems and Searls. In 1946 Mr. Francis and the late E. Holley Poe organized the Texas Eastern Transmission Cor- poration to purchase from the government the famed Big Inch and Little Inch dpipelines. He cur- rently is a director, vice-presi ent, and general counsel for the Corporation. Harwicke fformerly Chief Counsel of the Petro- leum Administration for War Q, W. H. Francis, Ir. Q presently serving as Assistant to the Secretary of Defensej, and such distinguished and able law- yers as Francis C. Coates of Houston, Robert K. Hanger of Fort Worth, Sylvan Lang of San An- tonio, and Angus G. Wynne of Dallas. They con- stitute a group of outstanding alumni each of whom has made a fine record in the legal profes- sion. This Board is a self-perpetuating body. It real- izes that, as of this date, it has established only the nucleus of an Endowment Fund which we ulti- mately expect to be of such magnitude as to be a very important factor in keeping our Law School among the best in the Nation. It is our hope and belief that, as the years pass, our alumni and our friends will continue to evidence their abiding faith in our School of Law by substantial gifts made during their lifetime, as well as by testa- rnentary devise. The purposes and objectives of this Foundation challenge our best efforts in build- ing a cornerstone for the law edifice of tomorrow. In conclusion, Dean Keeton, may I again ex- press to you and to the Faculty and to the students my deep appreciation of the signal honor which you have accorded me. Page 191 The Law-Science DR. HUBERT WINSTON SMITH Director The Law-Science Institute was established in 1952 as a part of the Law School program to catalyze integration of legal thought and action with the physical, medical, psycho- logical, and social sciences. This educational pattern is now spreading to other law schools. It seems certain that, as this complex field of knowledge unfolds, it will be a major influence in the administration and development of the law. The course in Legal Medicine, in which law students can earn four law school credit-hours, is designed for those who have not majored in biology. Students may also take a seminar in Legal Medicine, researching areas of the law that have not yet been thoroughly explored. These courses aid the law student in using medical evidence intelligently. The Law-Science Institute also arranges graduate short courses in which practicing trial lawyers study the latest aspects of the Institute rapidly expanding area of Medicolegal Trial Technique. When such programs are pre- sented at the Law School, law students are invited and encouraged to attend. A popular method of presenting complex material is the trial sequence, a variation of the moot court pattern. Expert trial lawyers are cast as counsel for each side. An experienced judge presides. Testimony is given by doctors who rank among the leading specialists in the country. Based on the situation given them as the case, they move through the process of a trial. The result is a portrayal of medical sci- ence applied to the legal process with dra- matic significance. The Law-Science Academy and The Law- Science Foundation are independent, closely associated organizations working to advance medicolegal understanding. The Academy and Foundation have worked with the Insti- tute in presenting graduate short courses. A trial sequence with expert talent blends medical and legal knowledge into an effective instrument of education. Here, Dr. H. C. M odlin, Menninger Clinic psychoanalyst, gives Page 192 testimony in the Margo Brown case. 5 Y ww b. .X Q X, 1 XJ :QQ 'gy - - N .xx XS X ,, . 3, ' H . H ' .. l x x'-x -'lf N h Q Q j K ,A " - V X 1 yy at X i A ' X N- , W mix , QS wi ff 315 as N " -+ 1 X K - N A 1' - ..,. ' A x N I. 'x-. - -, Maia-r. Q ' Q ' , . ,' :fx it -. ,. . . f - Ns- -' - ,N ,,. N 4 'vxigvx yi S QS . A is , 1? W Q wx? 3+ X BNN 5 MKSXN y -f. Q A .Q . . "QNX "ws U, A Q ,wi xy f K,-QV Q Y? ' - Xwk. my- 5 Q WMS sv ff Bam? E! X K 91? K Nmwmx S N Q X , xAX.f N X S .Q A vw ,. ,iff X-wx -tt-QQQV Nw Page 194 WARNER A. HANCOCK fleftj and WOODROW W. PATTERSON The Legal Aid Clinic has come a long way since it was officially opened on February 4, 1941, in the base- ment of the old Law Building, but the original two- fold purpose is the same: First, the giving to the law student through supervised handling of actual clients and cases an opportunity to develop legal skills and techniques. Secondly, the rendering of free legal serv- ice to the indigent people of Travis County who are unable to pay for legal services and whose case is not of such a nature that an attorney would handle it on a contingent fee basis. The Clinic, now located in Townes Hall, is man- aged by Mr. Woodrow W. Patterson, Director of the Legal Aid Clinic, and Mr. Warner A. Hancock, Legal Aid Attorney. Both men serve on a part-time basisg each maintains a private law practice as well. A full- time secretary-receptionist completes the staff. The Legal Aid Clinic course is a one hour credit course limited to senior students. The Clinic handles only actual cases, so it is a law oflice in fact. The pros- pective client who comes to the Clinic is greeted by the receptionist who takes his name and address and similar basic information. The applicant is then intro- duced to a student attorney and is taken to an oflice for the original conference. Here all the facts of the case are developed by the student attorney. DOROTHY HELLO Secretary-Receptionist 7 . Law students Maurice Amidei and Nancy Moody discuss their Further discussion between the students assigned cases with Mr. Hancock and Mr. Patterson. may tum U77 new issues to be f0S0lU9d- The student then discusses the case with a staff member, Mr. Patterson or Mr. Hancock, to see if the applicant can be accepted. If the case is accepted, the student attorney handles the case completely as would an attorney in private practice, conducting by himself all interviews with clients and witnesses, dis- cussing the problem with a staff member, performing all necessary research, and writing letters, drawing documents, etc. It is necessary, however, for the stu- dent attorney to obtain approval from a staff attorney of all letters, instruments, documents, and advice he plans to give to a client orally, before such is mailed, filed, or given. On cases which require court appearances, the stu- dent follows the same procedure as in non-court cases, and in addition, he develops the theory or theories of the case, gathers the facts, interviews the witnesses, draws the pleadings, files the suit, picks the jury, if one is used, argues the case, prepares any briefs needed, and does everything else that a practicing attorney would do. Again, all student attorney work is done under the supervision of a staff member or another local practicing lawyer with whom the stu- dent confers and from whom he obtains approval of every item. At the actual trial the student, after ob- taining the approval of the opposing counsel and the judge, conducts the trial, with a staff member or other local practicing attorney present. Students deal directly with clients, not abstract cases. Gale Reese and C letus Schenk are ready for -interviews. Page 195 chce Page 196 Professor Julius F. F ranki takes the part of presiding judge in a trial sequence of his Practice Court. The Practice Court course is one of several courses in the Law School curriculum which are designed to better prepare the students for the transition from law school into the practice. More specifically, the objective is to enable them to gain some practical experience, while in the law school, in the actual trial of cases. Some students, especially those who anticipate going into the general practice by themselves, feel that a course such as this is indispensable. The course is available to advanced students who have completed all of their pro- . cedure work through trial procedure, but the class is limited to twenty-four students each semester. The duration T of the course is one semester, and in that time six or more cases, With two . students on each side, are processed from commencement of the suit to final judgment. The facts are based on tran- scripts of actual cases which have been litigated, and every effort is made to cover a fair cross section of typical cases that will be encountered in the practice. Our practice court maintains a clerk's oflice-the quizmaster being the clerk-and such records and files as he keeps are the same as those of the district clerk. Preliminary work includes a visit by the class to the oflices of the District Clerk of Travis County, where the functions and duties of the office are explained. After all pre-trial matters are concluded, each case comes to a practice trial sequence which may last as much as four hours. The trials are con- cluded by the preparation of a proper judgment and the taking of the necessary steps to perfect the appeal. A student advocate develops his case. Unlike the Moot Court program, Practice Court is concerned with the original trial of a case. - .. SS x 5 SEQ X Q, Sw X up--., ., - .:.:.:. mQ,ws,,.Q , M X N' ,,,.. 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Siegmund Uanel Mrs. Charles Renfro Slone QTommyeJ Student Directory Abbott, Theodore Samuel ,..,..,,,,, , ,,,,.,,,, 62 1216-F Brackenridge Apartments, Austin Adams, john Quincy ......... ,. .,..,,,,,,, 62, 130 Houston Adams, Robert Laidlaw ..............,...,,,,,. 98 1010 jefferson, Amarillo Adamson, john Robert ....................,,.,,, 80 1039 Reinli Street, Austin Adamson, Martha Ann ............... - ,,..,,,,,,, 98 6638 Mockingbird Lane, Dallas Adcock, Rufus james ......,..... 28, 118, 134, 137, 145, 155, 182, 196 Drawer P, Dublin Adkins, Allan Britt ................ 28, 102, 103, 105, 108, 109, 110, 134, 179 1602 Bonham, Amarillo Adkins, Ralph Wade ...........,... - ...,......... 62 4151 North'Kansas, El Paso Adkins, Thurman jerome ...................... 84 Shamrock Ahrens, Carl William ...... 28, 120, 170, 177 St. Anne, Illinois Alexander, Ivan, jr. ........................ 62, 145 Box 296, Emory Allen, Max Dee ....................... .. ....... 28, 130 315 Calumet, San Antonio Amidei, Maurice Eneas ........ 28, 138, 139, 145, 171, 195 2005 Daniel, Fort Worth Anderson, David Patrick ........ 98, 145, 177 2312 Edwin, Fort Worth Anderson, Donald Marvin .............. ........ 5 8 2307 Quarry Road, Austin Anderson, joe E ............. ........... - --.62, 126 4017 Avenue 035, Galveston Andrews, Thomas Marvin ...... 62, 126, 172 506 West 12th, Austin Armstrong, Charlene .............................. 58 802 Park Place, Austin Armstrong, Robert Landis ............ 28, 121, 166, 177, 190 1505 Rainbow Bend, Austin Armstrong, William Donald ........ 62, 130, 155, 171, 177 3021 Twentieth Street, Lubbock Arnold, Carl Edward .............................. 84 Box 163, Woodsboro Aston, B. Rice .................. 62, 130, 145, 177 5001 Mandell, Houston Ausburn, james Mack, jr ....... 62, 134, 177 3823 South Walters Street, San Antonio Bagalay, john E., jr ....... .......................... 9 8 311 Mezes Hall, University of Texas, Austin Baker, Don L .... .......,............... 6 2, 130, 177 326 Alexander Hamilton, San Antonio Baker, Donald Olin ......,......... 28, 121, 130 Box 872, Huntsville Balson, joseph Ronald ......................... ...28 929 North Audubon, Indianapolis, Ind. Bandy, Billy Moody ................................ 98 3113 Benelva, Austin Barbee, jay David .............................. ,.---98 303 Amburgey, Odessa Barborak, Franklin David .................... -.84 Route 1, Box 354, Moulton Barkley, jon Bruce .................................. 98 512 North Main, Shamrock Barnett, Edward William ............ 29, 100, 102, 103, 105, 106, 108, 110, 134, 159, 179 5660 Wickersham, Houston Barton, Robert Rhea ...... 84, 111, 112, 113, 121, 126, 128, 149, 162, 163, 174, 176 Box 184, Gordon Bass, james Lollie,Cjr. ..................,...,..... 98 2417 Winste Lane, Austin Baum, Scott Gilbert, jr ................,.. 62, 130 921 North Cochran, Hobbs, New Mexico Beason, Lawrence Lindell ............ 84, 134 384-E Deep Eddy Apartments, Austin Beazley, Herbert Malcolm .......... 62, 134, 155, 176 2012 Boisover, Houston Beckwith, Billy .................................... 63 Box 1235, Neches Bell, William Stephen ............................ 84 856 Peavy Road, Dallas Belote, Leon Geor e ........................ 84, 168 1312-B Brackenridge Apartments, Austin Benardino, William joseph .... 29, 138, 139, N 140, 141, 196 Route 1, Box 124, Willis Benson, Stuart ....................... ' ......... 2 9, 171 2418 South 19th Street, Abilene Benton, john Bunyan .............. 84, 145, 176 Box 452, Sabinal Bergner, Richard Frank ........ 29, 109, 134, 152, 154, 166, 168, 180, 181 3300 Tom Green Street, Austin Bernard, Donald Ray ...,........ 29, 100, 112, 113, 121, 124, 134, 137, 145, 147, 149, 150 3620 South MacGregor, Houston Billingsley, james Hestel ....,......... 84, 149, 163, 174 2036 Ridgeway, Colorado Springs, Colo. Bishop, Clyde Charles .... 29, 126, 145, 147 Box 123, Wink Bishop, Donald Mac .......,................ 98, 145 1101 Scott Street, Dalhart Black, Charles Raymond ......... - ............. 80 3306 Tom Green Street, Austin Blackham, Sam R. .................. 29, 121, 176 1132 Duke Circle Street, El Paso Blain, Spencer Hayward, jr. .................. 84 410 West 34th Street, Austin Blakeley, Thomas Alton, jr. ................, .63 4613 Mockingbird Lane, Dallas Bland, Asa Van ...... 63, 126, 154, 180, 181 215 North Colorado, Midland Blcnden, Dick Arthur .................... 98, 126 P. O. Box 962, Andrews Blevins, Robert L. .................. 63, 109, 134 Travis Street, Seguin Bluestein, Edwin A., jr ......... 29, 109, 134, 135, 164 3323 Perry Lane, Austin Boerner, joseph Victor, jr ..........,.......... 30 333 Highland, San Antonio Bogatto, Richard Paul .......... 30, 100, 102, 103, 104, 106, 108, 134 1416 Yupon Street, La Marque Bogle, Bill Frank ............ 30, 102, 109, 112, . 113, 134, 151, 159, 182 1312 West Dickson, Fort Worth Boland, james joseph.. .......................... 98 2123 Fairview Street, Houston Bolding, Edward Porter ........................ 84 515 North Adams, San Angelo Bondies, Walton Porter, jr ..... 30, 118, 123, 130, 145, 147, 176, 182 2503 Hartford Road, Austin Bonner, Leslie Reid ........................ 84, 126 Bateman Road, Fairfield Bonner, Lola Lee ............................ 30, 121 Box 15, Gregory Booth, Frank Russell .... ......---30, 130, 133 806 Columbus Street, Austin Bordie, Camilla May Berkley ................ 98 310 East 16th Street, Austin Bouligny, james Allen ............................ 84 D. S. R., El Campo Bousquet, Thomas G. ............ 30, 118, 130, 132, 145, 147, 182 3981 Del Monte Drive, Houston Bowers, james Marion ............................ 84 1036 South Nelson, Pampa Bowers, Richard Edwin .......................... 63 3117 Thirteenth Street, Bay City Boyd, jamie Clayton .............. 30, 138, 139 645 Locust, Colorado City Boynton, jerry Neal ................................ 84 50 Twenty-third Street, Beaumont Boysen, Stanley ........................................ 98 P. O. Box 228, Yoakum Braden, Wesley Maurice ........................ 98 Box 642, Cameron Bradley, james Leon ,............................. 63 301 North Burrow, Croesbeck Bradshaw, William Walters .................. 80 329 Cheryl Drive, San Antonio Brainerd, Richard W. .............................. 85 712 West 17th Avenue, Amarillo Bravenec, Lorence Larry ........................ 85 4618 Feagan Street, Houston Brelsford, james Madison ...................... 58 4311 Stanford, Houston ' Brennand, james L .... ............................. 8 5 2621 Silver, El Paso Brewer, Edwin Earl ........ 31, 138, 139, 171, 182, 183 1331 West 7th Street, Freeport Brister, Bill H .... - ........................... 31, 134 1506 East Side Drive, Austin Brocato, Anthony Gerard ................ 31, 130 1395 Orange Street, Beaumont Brooke, john Charles, IV ....................,.., 85 Brooke Road, Corpus Christi Brooks, Billy Burson ,..,.,.,...,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 98 4419 Bellvue, Austin Brooks, jo Tedd ................,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 85 Bagdad Apartments 43512, Mercedes Brown, Edward McLain ................ 85, 111, 149, 174 606-C East 23rd Street, Austin Brown, Glenn Roland .... .85, 126, 128, 177 jacksonville Brown, Roger Dale ........ 85, 100, 114, 115 1606 Wood Street, Big Spring Brown, William Sylvanus .......,.............. 31 Route 1, Telephone Brune, David Hamilton .......,.. 31, 116, 130 134 Hermosa Drive East, San Antonio Brunette, Paul Hardy ...................... 63, 130 393-D Deep Eddy Apartments, Austin Bryan, joe Dale .............................. 85, 130 2111 Twenty-ninth Street, Lubbock Burgess, john Alger ................ 80, 126, 172 904 Avenue K, Huntsville Burke, William T. j ................ .. ............... 80 5135 Bellaire Boulevard, Houston Burton, Charles Ray ................ 63, 123, 166 3106 Spurlock Street, Dallas Page 203 Page 204 Burton, William Henry .... 63, 120, 145, 166 Rockwall Busch, Theodore Paul .... 63, 121, 130, 176 1123 Bartlett, Houston Bustmza, Ishmael .................................... 85 722 Patterson, Austin Butler, Gerald Duane .............................. 98 Floresville Butler, joicy Preston ........................ 80, 130 1001 East Clar, Fort Worth Byerley, Walter Edward ........................ 98 Box 170, Petersburg Byrd, james Hal ...................... 63, 130, 170 3389 Inwood, Houston Cain, Pat N ................... 31, 126, 145, 147, 162, 172 123 South Rosemont, Dallas Calhoun, Frank Wayne ............ - .... 63, 176 323 LaSalle, Port Lavaca Calhoun, Ronald Reeder ........ 31, 130, 164 819 West Sunset Drive, El Paso Cammack, Cecil Cagle, jr. ................... .31 2913 Beanna Street, Austin Campbell, Bill A .,....... 32, 112, 113, 121, 130, 149, 151, 164 9905 Pine Lake Drive, Houston 24 Campos, john L ............................. 64, 130 Box 201, San Diego Canales, Horacio ...........,.......................... 32 Box 864, Benavides Cannon, joe Barnett ...... 64, 112, 113, 121, 130, 161, 176, 188 109 South Kaufman, Mexia Canon, George A. .................................... 80 2613 Nineteenth Street, Lubbock Cardenas, Ruben Raul ............ 32, 121, 130 Box 461, 621 North 7th Street, McAllen Carmona, Frank Trinidad ...................... 85 515 North 44th Street, Galveston Carothers, William Andrew, jr ............. 85 415 Church Street, Sulphur Springs Carpenter, Charles Erwin ...... 85, 126, 166 1103-F Brackenridge Apartments, Austin Carroll, james Edward .......... 64, 126, 160, 166, 186, 188 709 North Mill, Henderson Carroll, Paul Votteler ............ 64, 145, 147 V. 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Center, Box 516, Dayton, Ohio Carruthers, john F .... .........................,... 9 8 3216 Gilbert, Austin Carter, Lynn Prewit ,........... ............ 8 5, 168 2901 Sunset Boulevard, Houston Cartwright, Charles Nelson. ................... 80 3405 Fruth Street, Austin Carubbi, Angelo joseph, jr. ............ 58, 130 3602 Avenue K, Galveston Cassin, William Bourke ................., 85, 134 219 Argyle, San Antonio Cater, john Thomas. ..,............................ 32 721 Canterbury Hills, San Antonio Cave, Frank Asbury ........................ 86, 130 300 North East Alpine, Plainview Cavin, john A ............ .... ............. .... 5 8 , 155 3010 Hayden, Amarillo Cecil, Owen William. ........... 32, 126, 127, 149, 151, 154, 158, 176, 180, 181, 182 5147 Balkin, Houston Chapoton, john Edgar ........................... .86 4815 Denver Drive, Galveston Cliapoton, Otis Don ......,......................... 86 4815 Denver Drive, Galveston Cherry, Weldon Leon ,................... 58, 138 388-C Deep Eddy Apartments, Austin Choate, jim Keith. ........ .32, 101, 130, 150, 152, 159, 180 3772 Matador Drive, Dallas 20 Chodorow, Hilton Ivan. ........ .86, 134, 136 3909 Austin, Waco Clark, Whitfield Harral. ......................... 64 9054 Briarwood, Dallas Clayton, Monroe Nelson, jr ...... 1.32, 123, 126, 127, 177, 184 P. 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Box 548, Brownfield Clements, Anna Belle ............ 86, 121, 142, 143, 177 Box 96, Kilgore Clendenin, Tom R., jr ..... 86, 100, 114, 115 1210-D Brackenridge Apartments, Austin Cleveland, joseph H. ....... ,, .,,........,. 64, 155 903 Bowie, Amarillo Cline, William Aldridge, jr ........... 58, 130 1401 Richmond Road, Wharton Clines, Robert Patrick .......................,.... 32 Route 1, Box 152, Boerne Coate, james Edward ..., 33, 126, 128, 145 Box 865, Wink Coe, Gordon Earl .......................,..,,.,,, ,,,, 9 8 123 Thompson, Conroe Coffee, james Richard .,.............,,, 64, 130, 161, 177, 188 2305 Red River, Austin Coffee, jon Norman. ......, 64, 123, 161, 177 3185 Warwick Road, Denbigh, Virginia Coffield, Conrad Eugene ..........,.,. 64, 130, 155, 176 2204 Harvard Drive, Midland Coit, Harold .Lee ............................ 33, 134 2100 Enfield Road, Austin Cole, Kenneth M., jr. ........,..........,,, 86, 163 1425 Briarclilf Boulevard, Austin Coleman, Dabney W ......... ......,........,,,,,, . 98 1500 Harrell, Austin Collins, Alicia Turek .................,..., 33, 122 68-22 Dartmouth St., Forest Hills 75, N.Y. Collins, jesse Roger ..........,.,,,, 33, 122, 196 68-22 Dartmouth Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y. Collum, Charles Lewis, jr ,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,.,, , 98 2907 Red River, Austin Colwell, Billy joe ....., .,....,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,, , 3 3, 134 316 Cibilo, Lockhart Comer, Harold Lee ..........,,,,,, 33, 138, 139 528 North Nelson, Pampa Cook, james Michael. ..................,..,....... 64 3220 Bigham Street, Fort Worth Cook, Scott Thomas ....,, ..,..,.,., 64 , 130, 176 718 Hickory Street, Alice Cooke, Richard Hugh ,.,,........,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 86 301 North Pruett, Baytown Cooper, jackie Richard. ........,,...,,,,,,,,,,, .98 1512 Tenth, Wichita Falls Copeland, Weldon Stone. ...... .33, 106, 134 3614 Crestline Road, Fort Worth Cosner, Dail Warren ....... ...................... . 98 213 Westgate, Corpus Christi Cotton, Donald Lee. ..,..,.,.... .33, 138, 139, . 140, 155 Box 335, Vega Couch, jackson Sewell. ............... ---.86, 162 Kermit Covington, james Stevenson, 64, 109, 110, 134, 179 1304 Rio Grande, Austin Cowles, james Edgar. ...................,,....... .80 116 Fillmore, Wichita Falls Cox, Robert B. ..................,............. 80, 126 705 North 8th Street, Lamesa Crager, Minor Beckett. .......................... .80 1301 West 13th Street, Austin Crawford, Brad, jr. ....... .34, 111, 121, 126, 154, 197 Seminole Crawford, Otho Loyd .... 65, 121, 130, 155 2604 N asworthy Drive, San Angelo Criss, Elmer Richard, jr ...... .................. . 86 1302'Travis Heights Boulevard, Austin Croft, john Wayne ........ 65, 109, 121, 130, 145, 177 523 Pine Street, jacksonville Crow, Allo Bailey, jr ..... 58, 126, 128, 171 1607 Preston, Austin Crowell, Edward Elton .......................... 34 3604 Shenandoah, Dallas 5 Crowley, George Allen .................. 34, 134 909 Sinclair Building, Fort Worth 2 Crutchfield, C. Cohron, jr ............... 65, 130 4001 Avenue G, Austin Cunningham, Paul E .............. - ............... 65 3305 Red River, Austin Curry, Doyle Wayne .............................. 98 P. O. Box 588, Mexia Curtis, Thomas Atkinson. ........... 65, 109, 134, 187 3101 julian, Amarillo Dade, Malcohn ..... -.-65, 118, 123, 126, 182 Route 2, Box 114, Gladewater Daniels, Arthur Henry ........... .. ............... 86 59 Violet Place, Rhinebeck, N.Y. Darden, Conrad Lynn .......... 65, 101, 116, , 119, 126, 127, 176, 182 Box 574, Olney Darnall, joseph Rogers, jr ......... 3, 34, 118, 126, 129, 144, 145, 147, 151, 156, 182, 186 3209 Duval Street, Austin 5 Davee, Robert Carl .... 34, 114, 121, 130, . 152, 180 Davee 8: Davee, Rudder Building, Brady David, john Lewis ........ 34, 121, 126, 129 Route 3, Corsicana Davila, Frank .......................... 34, 126, 127 112 Belknap, San Antonio 12 Davis, Bennie George ............................ 86 705 West Ash, Edna Davis, Creswell Dean .... 34, 116, 130, 152 1019 Austin Avenue, Denton Davis, Dee jon ........................ 86, 124, 184 Gail Road, Big Spring Davis, Frank Barrett. ............. 35, 134, 166 Box 625, Richmond Davis, joe Shirley .................................... 98 Box 1168, Snyder Davis, Leonard Earl .............. 35, 130, 133 1603 Alamo National Building, San Antonio 5 Davis, Maurice Gerald .... 35, 145, 146, 159 Box 1312, Eden Davis, Robert Taylor .............................. 65 1600 Gaston Avenue, Austin Deakins, Homer Lodell, jr. .................... 98 243 East Tyler, Longview de Ases, Eduardo Evaristo ............ 65, 123, 130, 155 309 Adams Drive, Corpus Christi Debenport, Don ............................-.--..---- 98 1604 North Golden, Odessa DeCordova, Donald Lester .... 65, 130, 176 2348 Rusk, Beaumont ' Deflebach, William Thomas. ....... 35, 102, 103, 105, 108, 109, 134, 135, 136, 151, 176, 177, 182, 183 Hardie, Grambling, Sims 81 Galatzan, El Paso Natural Gas Company Building, , El Paso de la Garza, Estela ..... .35, 112, 113, 121, , 122, 149, 151, 177 1720 Lane Street, Laredo Derrick, William james .......... 35, 134, 154 3237 Memphis, El Paso DeStefano, Martin joseph ........ 8, 35, 134, 145, 149, 152, 164, 176 403 Hall, Hearne DeVerter, Paul Logan, 11 ...................-.... 65 714 Park Place, Austin Devine, james Bernard ............ . .... .65, 177 601 Sorrell, Corpus Christi Devine, Thomas jerome ........ 66, 123, 176 602 East 2335 Street, Austin DeWees, Edward E., jr ......... 66, 101, 116, 120, 126, 145, 161, 170, 188 514 Robinhood, San Antonio Dewey, Richard Bartens..66, 109, 134, 179 339 Cole Street, Corpus Christi DeWitt, Thomas William ,.....,,,,,,,.,,,,,,-, 98 P. O. Box 282, Wink Diokard, Paul Franklin, jr. ...,,,,,,,,,,, ' .,,,,. 8 6 2627 Fort Avenue, Waco Dickerson, Billy Ray .... 35, 108, 109, 110, 134, 169 805 North Wigley, Mineola Dickerson, Kenneth Ray .........,..,.,,,,,,,,,, 86 809 Tyler, jacksonville Dickson, Don LaPrelle .......... 87, 145, 159, 163, 167 4320 Holt, Houston Dickson, Robert Lee ............ 87, 163, 177 2709 Oakhurst, Austin Dickson, Robert Temple .............. 66, 109, 130, 155 Sweetwater Dies, Roy Miller, jr. ........................ 87, 163 157 Riverdale Drive, San Antonio Dionne, Paul Herve ......... Q ...... 66, 166, 188 Box 37, Fort Stockton Dishman, Harry Charles, jr. .................. 80 404 North Haswell, Bryan Dobbins, Margaret Wells .............. 36, 176 3109 Red River, Austin Donnell, Ben Addison ..............,,....,,,.,.,, 87 2006 Eleventh Street, Wichita Falls Donnell, George R. .......................... 58, 134 531 Arcadia Place, San Antonio Donovan, Leo T ......... .................... 8 7, 162 301-D Deep Eddy Apartments, Austin Doores, james Howard ......................,.,. 87 305 East Wharton, Electra Dorman, john Timothy .......................,.. 98 51535 Bolton, jacksonville Douglass, Frank Russell ........ 36, 101, 130, 131, 150, 152, 180 Box 238, Goliad Douglass, Sam Preston .......... 66, 130, 131, 154, 177 2401 Red River, Apartment C, Austin Douthit, Allie Durell .............................. 98 Route 2, Box 337, Raymondville Douthitt, Troy, jr. .................. 36, 130, 131 5002 Placid Place, Austin Dow, Don Frank ............,.....................,. 98 Box O, Wink Dowlen, George Eulace .......................... 87 Route 2, Canyon Drew, Kenneth Wayne .............,.... 66, 176 2105 West 2nd Avenue, Corsicana Dudley, Dale Bowles ..............,.............., 87 606 Texas Avenue, Corpus Christi Dugas, Louis, jr. ...................................... 80 1005 Louisiana Street, Orange ' Dumas, Benny Thomas .................. 98, 168 Route 2, Box 13-A, El Dorado, Ark. Dunn, Doyle Maultsby ............................ 98 1301 Leon, Belton Dunnam, james Marion .......................... 98 3718 Locke Lane, Houston Durham, William Lynn .......................... 98 1mu1mamrLmun DuVall, jean Kyle .......... 36, 130, 131, 132 4304 Lomo Alto, A artment 1, Dallas 19 Dwyer, Patrick Earll .............................. .58 1429 F ewel, El Paso Dye, Charlie Douglas ....................., 87, 177 1810 Nickerson, Austin Ebert, Alfred Harry, jr. .......... 66, 109, 134, 136, 166 138 Park Hill Drive, San Antonio Edwards, james Lee ........................,,.... 87 2900 Speedway, Austin Edwards, joe Patrick .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,,,,,,,, 87 2801 Covert Avenue, Fort Worth Ehrle, William Lawrence ...... 66, 134, 145 1509 Shoal Creek, Austin Elliott, Lynwood Grayburn .... 36, 130, 131, 158, 167 1011 West 10th Street, Austin Ellis, George Thomas ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 36, 176 2607 Craigmont Avenue, Houston Ellis, john Baxter ..................., 36, 130, 131 2325 Yucca, Fort Worth Ellis, john Wilson ,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 58, 145 2625 Long Avenue, Beaumont Ellisor, Arthur james ,........,...,,.,,..,, 66, 176 . 1501 justin Lane, Austin Emerson, Charles William ...................... 36 Route 5, Paris Engelke, Roy C ............................... 80, 134 2301 Fortieth Street, Galveston Ensle, john Frederick ............,.,....,,.,,.,,.., 87 11701 Spriggs Way, Houston Estes, Carl Lewis, II ........ 87, 113, 149, 174 5846 Desco Drive, Dallas Evans, Alfred Harris .................,.,,..,,,... .87 Box 7675, University Station, Austin Eyster, Charles Richard ...........,..,,..,......, 37 458 McLeod Drive, Corpus Christi Fariss, jack ...................... 66, 109, 130, 131 4630 Kingfisher, Houston Faulkner, john Bryant .... 37, 101, 138, 139, 155 183 1507 Brentwood, Austin , Finch, Howell M .... ....................... 5 8, 134 3312 Duval Street, Austin Fink, Norma Lee .................... 37, 142, 143 122 East Mariposa Drive, San Antonio Finney, David Ray ........ 37, 123, 126, 145, 165, 167, 177 Box 63, Azle Fischer, jerry Edward ...................,.,,..... 58 3333 Ocean Drive, Corpus Christi F itz-Gerald, james ................................., 87 Box 1565, Midland Flagg, Henry Wilkinson .......................... 88 2209 Thirtieth Street, Galveston Flamm, Monroe Oswald ........................ 88 5007 Cosby, Houston Flanagan, john Webster ........................ 37 Crystal City Fleming, Bobby Will ...,........ 37, 116, 138, 139,151 300 Mobile Street, El Paso Fletcher, Thomas, jr ............................... 66 Montrose Boulevard Apartments, Houston Flick, Roland North, jr. ........ 37, 130, 131 1921 Sharp Place, Houston Flowers, Ernest john .............. 37, 109, 134 ' 4925 Dexter, Fort Worth 7 Floyd, William Esley ............ 67, 130, 131, 161, 177 504 Pecan, Honey Grove Foreman, Wilson F ................................. 98 4407 Avenue D, Austin Foster, William C ...... - ........... 67, 134, 135 Cuero Fouts, Aubrey jan .......... 67, 130, 131, 154 Rule Fowler, Bradley A.--- .............. 58, 130, 131 303 West 6th Street, Austin Francis, Robert Henry ............................ 67 111 Simkins Hall, Austin vu Franklin, William Paul. ......... 58, 126, 170, 171, 184 Box 1817, Midland Frazer, Burnett Merrell, jr ....... .............. 9 8 1305 North Englewood Avenue, Tyler Freeman, Claude C., jr. ...... 4 ......... 67, 154 Denver City French, Isabelle Post .....,....,..,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,. 9 8 1416 Corona Drive, Austin French, Paul Eugene .... 67, 119, 126, 145, 146, 156, 166, 176, 182 1614 judson Road, Longview Fricks, Fred A ......,.,, ...........,,,........, 8 8, 163 Bayside Fryburger, L. Bruce ............ 38, 134, 135, 145, 147 1349 Custer Street, Cincinnati 8, Ohio Furlow, Kenneth Dalton ........ - ............., 38 614 Euclid, Beaumont Galbraith, Gerald Carlyle ...................... 67 6816 Casa Loma, Dallas Galvan, Eustacio A .......... ...,......,..,......... 6 7 611 Biddle, San Benito Garcia, Amador ........................................ 88 232 Missouri Avenue, Mercedes Garcia, john Albert ................................ 80 4802 Ridge Oak, Austin Garcia, Ruben .......................................... 80 1801 Clark Street, Laredo Garner, james Frederick ,....... 38, 130, 131 408 West 15th Street, Austin Garza, Carlos Romeo ............................., 98 701 East Loeb Street, Edinburg Geary, james Eugene .............................. 38 390-B Deep Eddy Apartments, Austin Gerdeman, james Malcolm .................... 88 1004 Third Street, Las Vegas, N.M. Gibson, jack Wayne ................ 88, 138, 139 916-A Keith Lane, Austin Gilbert, james Franklin ........ 67, 106, 134, 135, 136 2513 Rio Grande, Austin Gill, Hallie Ward, jr. ................... , .......... 38 1514 Fairmount, Fort Worth Gilpin, john Dean .......... 67, 130, 131, 177 Iola Gish, Wesley Gibson, jr. ........................ 88 5012 West Frances Place, Austin Glass, juandell Doyle .................... 67, 145 5119 Thirty-seventh Street, Lubbock Goldberg, Moses Hafkin ........................ 58 1917 Musser, Laredo Golden, joe Bob, ..................... 98, 170, 171 2100 Hartford Road, Austin Goldston, Donald Nimmo .............. 38, 134, 135, 176 3228 Cockrell, Fort Worth Goller, Theodore, jr. ........ 38, 121, '130, 131 1919 Pasadena Drive, Austin Goodman, Kenneth Brandt ..... .............-. 5 8 5809 Avenue F, Austin Goodrum, Moulton Alan, jr. ........ 67, 109, 134, 135, 137, 177 210 East Cedar Street, Seguin Gordon, William Hyatt, jr ..... 68, 109, 134, 135, 177 4412 West 16th Street, Lubbock Cowan, james Albert ......... ........... 3 8, 126 Legal Department, Federal Reserve Bank, New York 45, N.Y. Graham, George A., jr. .......... 39, 116, 121, , 130,131,132 200 North Allen, Farmington, N.M. Grainger, George Richard ...... 68, 130, 131 605 South Bois d'Arc, Tyler Granger, james H. .................................. 98 249 Yale Road, El Paso Gray, George William, 111 ...................... 58 1403 East 37th Street, Austin Greenberg, Seinwil Louis .... 68, 109, 134, 135, 177 2398 Laurel, Beaumont Greer, Cody Daniel ........ 39, 130, 131, 158 110 Whitworth, ,Sulphur Springs Page 205 Page 206 Gregg, Charles R ..................... 80, 130, 131 38 North Wynden, Houston Griiiin, Gordon M., jr ........... ...... Q ....,...... 9 8 1605 Poquonock Road, Austin Grimes, Pearson, jr ............................,.... 88 407 Dudley, Cleveland Gritta, Robert Alfred .............................. 98 2205-C Perry, Austin Grodahl, Edward L. ................ 68, 145, 197 901 Cunningham, Corpus Christi Gurwitz, Cary Reagan .......... 68, 109, 134, 135, 177 2502 Leon, Apartment L, Austin Guyton, Dewuse, jr ...... .. .......................... 88 3907 Case, Houston Hale, Samuel Edward ,.......................,.,. 68 603 West 25th Street, Austin Hall, Milford Lee .................................... 68 Route 3, Bowie Hall, Robert Alvin ........ 39, 102, 108, 109, 134, 135 907 Harold, Houston 6 Hall, Sam Hulin ...................................... 98 1501 Scurry, Big Spring Hallmark, Kenzy Donovan .... 39, 126, 160, 161, 163, 176 1201 North Crockett, San Benito Hamilton, Anthony Brock ...... 68, 130, 131 601 Speed, Wharton Hamilton, Elwin Lomax ,..... 68, 100, 112, 113, 120, 125, 126, 128, 170, 172, 176, 182, 188 610-A Park Place, Austin Harding, Louis Russell ,.............. ..,,,.,,,.., , 58 3405 Cedar Street, Austin Hardwick, William Lloyd ....,.,.....,, 39, 126 P. O. Box 36, George West Harrell, Marshall Allen, jr ............. 39, 130, 131, 166 228 Bluebonnet Boulevard, San Antonio Harris, Albert Leslie, jr .................. ....,, . 68 508-A Upson Street, Austin Harris, james Richard.--.39, 130, 131, 154, 176, 177, 180, 181, 196 3333Ocean Drive, Corpus Christi Hart, Frank Llewellyn, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-- , 39 5139 Timberwolf Drive, El Paso Hartel, Arthur john, III ...........,....,....,,, 98 1719 Trinity, Liberty Hartnett, james joseph. ........ 40, 130, 131 6950 Tokalon, Dallas Haskett, Martin C., jr ........... 40, 126, 127, 159, 186 P. O. Box 1206, Aransas Pass Hatch, Richard joseph. ......... -.68, 148, 160 Route 2, Box 995, Corpus Christi Hatoif, Howard I ............. 40, 145, 147, 177 807 East 24th Street, Austin Hawkins, jack Wade .... . ,...... .68, 109, 130, 131, 177 P. O. Box 309, Groesbeck Hawthorn, Neal A .,,,.,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.., 9 8, 174 Carthage Haynes, Terry Kay ..........,,..., 69, 106, 116, 166,176 2210 jackson, Paris Hays, Claude Alfred, jr.. ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,98 3704 Basford Road, Austin Hearne, Douglass Dodson. .......,,, .40, 130, 131, 159 3210 Larry Lane, Austin Heitler, john Edward.. .......... .,..,.......,,,.. . 40 51014 West 18th Street, Austin Hello, Dorothy jean. ...,,,.. Q ...........,. .88, 194 2107-A Sabine, Austin Hendrick, Thomas Could .........,..,. .69, 187 D 119 Santa Rita, Odessa Hester, james Gordon ,............... ...,.. . 58 Lott Hicks, jack David ............... ........... . -88, 145 607 Humason, Lufkin Higgins, Thomas Eugene ........ 88, 149, 174 Route 1, Henly Hinson, Dale Bush ....... 1 ,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 88 3217 Bonnie Road, Austin Hiskey, Mary Beth ..... -.-69, 142, 143, 149, 156, 157 Box 128, Canton Hlavinka, Charles joseph .................... --.80 Box 275, East Bernard I Hoge, William Robert, jr ..... 88, 134, 135 3300 Bonnie Road, Austin Holbrook, Donald Carter ....... . .......... Q ..... 88 2925 Higgins, Austin Holdsworth, Thomas Kirk .... 69, 100, 114, 115, 145, 176 Box 1043, Beeville up Hohtzke, Pat H .,........... .......................... 6 9 Box 54, Crosby Holliday, Robert Winslow .....,,......,..,,,... 40 Route 4, Box 126-A, San Antonio Holman, Brooks N ............. ..................... . 98 606 Elmwood, Apartment 3, Austin Holman, Dixon Wade ............................ 40 5800 El Campo Terrace, Fort Worth Hooks, Herbert Lee ........ 69, 126, 151, 160, 168, 176,188 1305 West Elk, Henderson Horton, Leon Cordell. .,..,..,,.,...,....,,.,.,.,. . 80 Route 1, Box 343, Overton Horwitz, julian Victor ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 98 1324 Cincinnati, El Paso Hudspeth, Harry Lee....40, 102, 103, 104, 108, 109, 134, 135 4690 South Versailles, Dallas 9 Huii, Robinette Gay ......................,,..,..,. . 69 2201 Thirty-third Street, Lubbock Huffman, William Marion .... 69, 109, 121, 130,131 Route 5, Longview Hughes, Benny Harry ............ 89, 149, 174 1037 East 43rd Street, Austin Hughes, Charles E ...,... .........,....,,,,,.,,,., . 89 2142 North Robinson Road, Texarkana Hugo, George William,--,41, 134, 135, 136 3723 Colquitt, Houston Hyman, jack Frees. .,.. ..,,,,.,,,,,,, .89, 184 9717 Lawthen Drive, Dallas Ingram, jack T ....................... 80, 130, 131 2806 Hemphill Park, Austin Inman, Norman Hull.. ...............,.....,..... . 89 2703 Avenue W, Snyder Irion, james R., III ................ 41, 109, 130, 131, 132 cfo 1. Heard, Box 148, Conroe jackson, Alfred j., jr.. .... ...... . 41, 155, 158 2401 Emily Drive, Fort Worth 12 jackson, Guy Cade, III,--.41, 126, 127, 129 p Box 787, Anahuac james, Gerald Dodson. .......... .41, 134, 135 1129 West Kennedy, Kingsville jameson, james Wallace. ...... .41, 126, 127, 145,162,17e,196 Montague jarrett, john Wesley ......., ,..., . 41, 134, 135 1606 Ethridge, Austin jaworsk1,joe. ........,.. . ....... 69, 130, 131, 154 3665 Ella Lee Lane, Houston jciierson, Andrew Leon ..., ..................... . 69 3208 Nance, Houston jennings, john Cecil. ...... , ....................... .89 705 Ohio, Corpus Christi jett, Lois Marie .... 69, 121, 125, 142, 143 718 Austin, Liberty jolmson, Nicholas ........ 41, 102, 103, 104, 108, 109, 110, 134, 135, 159, 184 cfo Hon. john R. Brown, U. S. Court of Appeals, Post Oiiice Building, Houston pines, Charles Raymond ........ 69, 130, 131 2318 Dallas, San Angelo jones, Harry Stephen .... 70, 109, 134, 135 2408 Oldham, Austin jones, jerry Paul .... 89, 134, 135, 149, 174 Bovina jones, jimmie Dee .................................. 98 ' 1518 Cedar, Abilene jones, joseph Hard , jr. ................ 70, 164 2800 Highlancl,.Terrace, Austin jones, Richard OWen..QL42, 101, 121, 126, , .127, 128, 1451 150,'159, 175, 176 2900, Manor Road, Austin jones, Robert Davis .... 8 9, 112, 113, 126, . 1 127, 145, 147, 163, 172, 176 Box 318, Rusk jordan, Vernon Murray ........ 70, 130, 131 1501 South Pine, Brady juarez, Humberto L., jr ......................... 89 614 Zaragoza, Laredo Kacir, George Sidney. ............................. 98 401 North 9th Street, Temple Kain, john Owen.---42, 121, 130, 131, 152 310 West Sears, Denison Katz, Michael Marvin .... .70, 109, 134, 135, 137, 179 X 1512 Garfield, Laredo Kaufman, Richard Francis .............. 42, 123 2913 Beanna, Austin Keahey, james Howard ........ 42, 102, 108, 134, 135, 137 1812 Bremen, Austin Keahey, Richard Hall .... 42, 126, 127, 177 208 South Washington Street, San Angelo Keener, Kenneth Calvin ........ 70, 109, 134, 135, 145 1109 Phillips, Alvin Keith, Robert Quentin. ........... 70, 109, -134, 135, 136 2465 Gladys, Beaumont Kelley, Sam Lynn---.. ............... 42, 126, 127 Alvarado Kelly, George Lendon,cjr ..... 70, 130, 131 Route 2, Gi dings Kelly, Thomas P., jr. .... 89, 126, 127, 145, 162, 184 401 South Presa, San Antonio Kemp, William F ..................................... 80 700 West Monroe, Austin Kidd, Byron Lunsford ............................ 80 913 East 38th Street, Austin Kiesling, Roy Adolph, jr. ........................ 70 1009 Meriden Lane, Austin Kiester, Dorothy j ..... ............................. . 98 1906 Airole Way, Austin Kindle, john Madison, jr ..... .................. 9 8 2900 Westminister, Dallas King, David Ward ................ 42, 130, 131 102-B East 30th Street, Austin Kipp, john Theodore.--.42, 109, 134, 135, 151, 177 cfo Wynne 81 Wynne, 505 North Ervay, Suite 307, Dallas Kleiner, Elizabeth Anne .................. 89, 143 908-D East 32nd Street, Austin Knapp, Walter Lee ................ 43, 106, 126, 127, 128 Box 501, jasper Knauth, Herbert Gregory .............. 70, 109, 134, 135 Box 5, Overton Knauth, jay F ................................. 70, 177 891 Washington, Beaumont Knight, Benjamin F ................................. 70 2403 Avenue G, Rosenberg Knudtson, Boyd Allen.. .......... 43, 130, 131 918 Austin Street, Amarillo Korioth, Thomas Anthony .... 80, 145, 166 1412 North Wood, Sherman "HRS TS " I For Every TEXAS Law Library VERNON'S AN NOTATED TEXAS STATUTES O VERNON'S ANNOTATED TEXAS RULES I TEXAS EDITION SOUTHWESTERN C WEST'S TEXAS DIGEST I STAYTON'S ANNOTATED TEXAS FORMS FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION AND TERMS WRITE WEST PUBLISHING CII. St. Paul 2, Minnesota Q VERNDN LAW BIIUK CII. Kansas City 6, Missouri Page 207 Page 208 Krause, Donald Charles ................ 70, 130, 131, 133 Box 27, Yoakum Krenek, Melvin Arthur ............ 89, 167, 184 1010 Niagara, Houston Kuhne, Cecil Crawford, jr ..... 43, 134, 135, 137, 159 2901 Harrison, Amarillo Kvinta, Charles james ............ 71, 138, 139 608 Gove Street, Yoakum Lackshin, Herbert Neil. ....... 71, 109, 134, 135, 187 2820 Amherst, Houston Laffan, Brian Frederick .......... 43, 130, 131 Newton 49173-1, Mexico D. F., Mexico Lancaster, john Lynch, III ............ 89, 163 4315 Overhill Drive, Dallas . Landry, Edward john ............ ....,........... 9 8 122 Camellia, Lake jackson Lange, Fred McCaleb ............ 71, 130, 131, 155, 180 6511 Vanderbilt, Houston Langford, joseph Howard ...................... 80 1708 Elm, El Paso Lannle, Andrew j: .................................. 71 R. R. 452, Bragg City, Missouri Lauderdale, james H ..... 71, 106, 112, 113, 126, 127, 129, 177 202 Fourteenth Street, Mercedes Lauer, john S. ........ 71, 126, 127, 167, 172 213 North 25th Street, Camp Hill, Pa. Lawrence, jon Dee ........................ 89, 145 Box 1147, Edinburg Layton, Kipling Ford ,... 89, 145, 170, 171 112 Mahneke,Court, San Antonio Lea, Hugh Ochiltree ................................ 71 905 East 37th Street, Austin Leach, Phillip M ..... 71, 106, 176, 177, 183 1128 Sayers, Lufkin Lee, Ivon, III .......................................... 98 1606 North N, Midland Lehtonen, Alfred john ........ 71, 106, 126, 127, 186 1610 Larkwood Drive, Austin LeMaire, Bruce ........................................ 58 4205 Forty-seventh Street, Lubbock Lemens, William Vernon, jr ......... 89, 176 3204 Bonnie Road, Austin Levy, Albert .................... 71, 134, 135, 137 4116 Erath, Waco Lewis, Glenn William .... 43, 108, 109, 134, 135, 136, 166, 179 P. O. Box 1627, San Angelo Lieck, Eugene Hubert .... 71, 138, 139, 141, 145, 169, 187 302 North Drive, San Antonio Lind, Charles Ray ..........................,....... 71 3004 Breeze Terrace, Austin Lindsey, jerry Dee ...... ..98, 130, 131, 177 391-D Deep Eddy Apartments, Austin Lipscomb, Cuvier Long. ..... 72, 121, 126, 127, 128, 172, 186, 196 1915 Cliff Street, Austin Little, jack Edward ................ 43, 126, 127, 129, 164 2710-B Curtis Drive, Amarillo Little, jack Merville .............. 58, 108, 109, 134, 135 3007 Red River, Austin Lockman, john .,....,.,...,,,,,,.,,,,,. .,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 4 3 403 West 14th Street, Austin Long, joe Richard ........................., 58, 130 Box 214, Clute Long, Robert Alan. ,....,,........,.,..... 98, 168 2101 Brunson Avenue, Midland - wrv - Long, Walter Russell, jr ..... 72, 130, 131, 145, 151, 160, 176 Centerville Loving, Solon Ollie, jr. ........ 72, 130, 131, 145, 160 Box R. R., Talco Low, Gilbert Irvine ....... . ........ 90, 162, 176 Geneva Lucas, jerry B. ............,........... 90, 166, 176 2913 Beanna Street, Austin I Lueders, r-Tommy, Wayne .................... ,-.-90 234 South jefferson, La Grange Luther, Max john, III .,............ 58, 59, 126 3438 Denver, Corpus Christi ' Lynn, Larry ........................................ 72 1307 Winsted Lane, Austin Mafrige, Stevens Farris .......... 90, 126, 127 2330 Glenn Haven, Houston Maner, john Franklin .... 43, 126, 127, 159 3510 Thirty-first Street, Lubbock Manitzas, Frank Steve ............................ 90 San Angelo Mann, Dudley R., jr. .... 72, 121, 144, 145, 147, 149 1301 Ingersoll, El Paso Manning, Philip Arlen ............................ 90 Bonner Park, Rusk Manning, Victor English ...................,.... 72 Rusk Maresh, Timothy George ........................ 44 307 Granger Street, Granger Margoitta, Anthony Charles .......... 44, 145, 176, 196 Marlin Marley, Everett Armistead, jr ......... .. ..... 72, 130, 131 4023 Sul Ross, Houston Maroney, jack Drenna, II .... 58, 126, 127 6305 Shoal Creek, Austin Mar quez, Eduardo Santiago .................... 90 1521 East Yandell, El Paso Martin, Lloyd C ..... ................................ 9 0 Box 34, Normangee Mashburn, james Albert ...................-.--. 90 2007 West Washington, Midland Mason, Charles Culberson, jr ................. 90 202 Del Mar Boulevard, Corpus Christi Mason, john Bell, jr. ............ 44, 130, 131 1013 Cenizo, Corpus Christi Mason, William Saunders, jr. ............,... 90 Box 1750, Beaumont Massey, Thomas Cade ............................ 90 I5 East 29th Street, San Angelo Mathews, Billy Roy ..., 90, 126, 127, 148, 163, 164 900 josephine Street, Sweetwater Matthews, Roland Larry ........................ 98 2415 Halkeis Road, Pasadena Mayhall, Robert Freeman ...................... 44 1215 Baltimore, El Paso Mayhall, William F., jr ......................... 98 1215 Baltimore, El Paso McAdams, Billy james ............... - ........... 58 Box 1, Cleveland McBrayer, Odell Lavon ........ 44, 100, 114, 115, 121, 138, 139, 177, 182 , Clarendon McCalla, Dudley Davis ........ 72, 130, 131 2409 Pemberton Place, Austin McClane, john Boswell ........ 44, 134, 135, 136, 149,15-1, 176,.182, 183, 184 2740 Sixth Avenue, Fort Worth McConnell, Philip Irving ................ 90, 163 2004 Crocker Street, Houston McCoy, Charles France ........ 44, 101, 130, 131, 152 604 Elmwood Place, Austin McCullough, Graham Eugene .,.. 44, 130, 131, 132, 145, 177 1414 East Polk, Harlingen McDonald, Donald C. .... 45, 109, 134, 135 1717 Norfolk, Apartment 6, Houston j 90 McDonald, Laurie Bernard .................... 2010 Twelfth Street, Galena Park McDonald, William Thomas .................. 80 609 East 33rd Street, Bryan McDowell, Thomas Dudley .................... 72 2208-B Wirtz Avenue, Austin McFaddin, Gustavus A. Northcott ........ 98 P. O. Box 2612, Beaumont McGee, Henry Lee, jr.-, ...... 45, 126, 127, 128, 129, 172, 173 Trinidad McGee, Michael Leo .............................. 91 702 Elizabeth Drive, Ardmore, Okla. McGinnis, Bryan james ........ 91, 110, 112, 113, 134, 135, 149, 162, 174, 177, 182, 187 840 Edson Drive, Beaumont McGown, Marjorie ........ 72, 101, 121, 124, 142, 143, 151 McGown Ranch, Boerne McGreevy, Terrence G ........,.................. 80 2136 West Alabama, Houston McGuire, Lonnie Cyril, jr ..................... 72 AVP McGuirt, james Holland, jr ................. 98 3815 Maplewood, Austin McKnight, Billy Mark ............ 45, 130, 131 303 East Phillip, Conroe McLain, Frank Eugene .......................... 91 3336 Stanford, Dallas McMaster, joe Byron .... L ....... 91, 113, 134, 135, 162 Route 1, Yorktown McNabb, Bobby Bonner ........................ 91 604 Avenue I, Killeen McNeel, Edward Conner .............. 45, 121, 126, 127 Rogers, Kimbrough 8: Halsell, 113 East Fourth, Odessa Meadows, Donald Hunter ...................... 91 357 West Saxet, Corpus Christi Mears, joe Clifford ........................ 91, 145 510 North Stallworth, Rosebud MeGarity, Charles Robert .... 98, 126, 127 Box 547, Liberty Metts, Harold Leon ........ 45, 100, 112, 113, 114, 115, 121, 130, 131, 149, 150 Route 2, Cleveland Milam, jack ................. 3 .......................... 98 201 East Hiller, Victoria Miles, Bradley Carson ............................ 45 315 South Bishop, San Angelo Miles, Gene Dwight ................................ 91 108 jan Road, El Campo Miller, Charles Edward .................. 91, 124 1619 West 9th Street, Texarkana Miller, Don Kirby .................,.................. 80 411 West 37th Street, Austin Miller, jack Reeves ........ 45, 101, 130, 131 ' Dimmitt Miller, XfVilliam T., jr .... ......... 4 5, 126, 127 8218 Woodlyn Street, Houston 28 Minniece, john G ....,.............................. 91 Box 86, Marfa Minton, jerry Davis ................................ 91 7023 Dover Lane, Fort Worth Miteil, Meto ............................ 46, 130, 131 2744 Willing, Fort Worth Mockford, james Philip, jr. ........ 72, 109, 130, 131 Ardis Heights, Greenville Moody, Nancy Paxton .... 46, 142, 143, 195 2302 Woodlawn Boulevard, Austin loog for Hia giraffe" COMPLIMENTS OF l Compliments El Matamoros EITQ,-0 MEN'S WEAR Mon roels I 2332 Guadalupe ' Newest, Largest, Most Modern Mexican Foods Melfs Shop "GH The Drag" FREE PARKING 4 'You are a member of the UNIVERSITY CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, INC. . . . . . . . and entitled to share in the savings Save your cash register receipts and tum them in at the end of each term for your share in the savings. afifefsii ra-0 as sruoenr's own SITO!!- 'ALL STUDENTS AND FACULTY AUTOMATICALLY BECOME MEMBERS UPON REGISTRATION IN THE UNIVERSITY. WHEN ITS PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOGRAPHY 3412 Bonnie Rd AUSTIN, TEXAS IN THE YELLOW PAGES Page 210 Moore, Brunson D ..,.,,.,,,,,,, 1-73, 112, 113, 145, 177 .3700 Altura, El Paso . Moore, Hurshal Franklin .... 73, 122, 145, 147, 176 407 N. W. 16th Street, Fort Worth Moore, Richard Brennan .,,,,,,,,,,,,. 91, 126, A l 127, 145 326 Elizabeth Road, San Antonio Moore, Thunnan Udell, jr. ....,,,,,.., 46, 130, ' ' 131, 132 325 Elm Street, Colorado City Morrison, Lucian Leeds, III ,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,, 98 337 Blue Bonnet, San Antonio Morrisson, Clovis Clyde, jr ........,,,,,,,,,,. 58, 130, 131 1038 Rosedale, Port Arthur Morrow, Floyd Lee ........ 73, 130, 131, 155 406 East Harrison, Electra Morse, Robert Finley Breese .............,,, 98 1904 Northridge, Austin Morton, Frederickj ..... 46, 109, 110, 134, 135, 166 1910 North Stanton Street, El Paso Moudy, Ray Paul ............ 46, 126, 127, 162 2408 Hemphill, Greenville Mullins, jack A ....................,.,.............,,, 80 505 South Liberty, Victoria Munson, Houston C., jr ................. 98, 168 102 East Kings Highway, San Antonio Murray, David Meason .......................... 91 1319 Oakcrest, Arlington Musslewhite, jack Robert ....................., 80 3217 F unston, Austin Myers, Bob D ................. 46, 121, 130, 131 1204 Autrey, Houston Myers, Patrick Andrew .................. 80, 183 2804 Whitis Avenue, Austin Nagy, joe Howard ........ 46, 109, 113, 130, 131, 161, 176 Box 477, Pearsall Naughton, Howard Francis .... 46, 138, 139 604 Crestland Drive, Austin Nelson, john Keith.---47, 149, 152, 153, 159, 176, 177 Wichita Falls Neumann, Louis Gordon ...... 47, 134, 135, 159, 170, 171, 176 Box 342, Hearne Newell, Whipple Spaulding, jr ...,. 91, 113 5908 Belfast, Austin Newey, Robert Edwards .... --91, 145, 167, 177, 184 Route 1, Box 141-A, McAllen Nichols, Taylor .... 47, 101, 134, 135, 151, 175, 176 Scott, Hulse, Marshall 6: Feuille, First National Building, El Paso Noak, Arvis E ......................... 47, 126, 127 Round Top Norwood, jack Glenn. ..... ..................... . 92 312 Second Street North, Texas City Norwood, Robert Edward. ..................... 98 509 Breckenridge, Corpus Christi Nugent, Don Miron. .............. .58, 138, 141 Route 4, Box 138-F, Corpus Christi Nutt, Milburn E ..................................... 80 1403 Hayes Street, Wichita Falls O'Brien, Thomas M. ............................... .98 601 East 2314 Street, Apartment 3, Austin O'Connor, Edwin Morton, III ................ 58, 134, 135 2003 Enfield Road, Austin Oden, jon T ..,. ........................................ . 98 2314 Harmony, Amarillo Oh, Ki Song. .........................,............ 58 201, 1-KA Namhang-Dong, Pusan, Korea Oliphant, Robert Edwin, ....... 47, 134, 135 ' 409' Barnett, Kilgore Olson, George Albert. .,..,....,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,, 92 500 Elizabeth Road, San Antonio Orr, joseph Lackland .,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 73 1209 Virginia Place, Fort Worth Osborn, joe Allen .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 47, 130, 131 Box 385, Friona , Owen, David Robert.-.-47, 100, 102, 103, 105, 106, 108, 134, 135 4710 Duval Street, Austin Owen, Martin Frederick .......,..,..,,, 73, 126, , 127, 186 1030 Shelterwood, Houston Owen, Robert Eugene .,...,,.,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,, . 58 7706 Tisdale, Austin Pain, George Robert. .,..,,.,.,...,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 80 565 West Redbud, Lancaster Palmer, Elmer Eugene ................. -.-47, 109 1910 Travis Heights, Austin Park, Phocion S., III ............,... 73, 130, 131 609 Carolyn, Austin Parker, Carl Allen ........ 48, 123, 134, 135, 136, 144, 145, 147, 155, 160, 164, 169, 172, 173, 176 1649 Seventeenth Street, Port Arthur Parker, Thomas Francis. .........,..... 48, 134, 135, 177 1309 North Big S ring Street, Midland Parramore, Howard, McCehee ................ 80 501 North Wood, Florence, Alabama Patterson, Don Leon.---73, 101, 138, 139 105 West O'Dell, Austin Patterson, Floyd Harris .......... 80, 126, 127 2010 Alguno Road, Austin Patterson, jeptha Robert, jr. .................. 98 1202-B Baylor, Austin Paul, Kenneth Aram ........ ........................ 9 2 3666 Meadow Lake Lane, Houston Payne, Edward Keith. ............................. 73 1309-C Brackenridge Apartments, Austin Payne, Robert Maurice, jr ..................... 92 2607 McCallum Drive, Austin Pearce, Lawrence Ray-...48, 102, 103, 104, 109, 130, 131, 152, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183 Turner, White, Atwood, McLane 81 Francis, 1900 Mercantile-Dallas Building, Dallas Peden, Kenneth james. ........................... 92 2502 Sunset Boulevard, Houston Pena, Lionel Aron. ................................... 92 P. O. Box 524, Elsa Pena, Oscar .............................................. 73 1619 Grant, Laredo Perkinson, Doyle Emmett.---73, 121, 130, 131, 166 Box 643, Greggton I Peterson, Frederic Howard, jr. .... 73, 126, 127, 160, 186 3515 Bonnie Road, Austin Petrus, joseph Anthony .......................... 92 4928 Strass Drive, Austin Petty, james Robert. .............................. .92 2115 Pease, Vernon Pevehouse, jack. ....,...... 48, 121, 144, 145, 148, 159 137 Beverly, Amarillo Pfafl, Albert G., III. ............... 73, 130, 131 Box 2005, Tyler Phair, Bradley Clyde, jr ......... 48, 126, 127 P. O. Drawer 218, Carrizo Springs Phillips, Carl M ..,.................................... 48 2307 Longview Street, Austin Pichinson, Don jay .................................. 74 1800 Northwood, Austin Pilcher, Wayland Dale. ........................... 48 605 Stirman, Corpus Christi Piro, Robert james ....... 74, 109, 134, 135 110 Albion, Somerville, Mass. Platon, jaime Sevilla. ................... ....... ..... 9 2 ' Brazoria Plemons, Frank L .................., ,.,,.,.. 7 4, 106 2306 Farington, Wichita Falls Pool, joe Harold .............,.,,,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 74 , A 1511, Crockett, Amarillo . Pool, William YI-Iarmon, jr.--LL92, 7121, -148 ' 1 Box 817,vAlbany 'H , Q Porras,'.1+Ieriberto ju1io-4:--..gQ-. ......... 80, 125 31241 Montana, El Paso Poulos, Audrey Elizabeth ............. .74, 125, y' 1 I 8. ' ' 142, 143 , 2823 Hazel, Texarkana Powel, Benjamin Rush. ................. 3 .....,.., 92 1117 South Shepherd Drive, Baytown Prager, Donald Louis ...........................,,. 48 309 East Thirty-third Street, Austin Prager, jerome L .........................,.., 98, 176 4321 Purdue, Dallas Prather, Charles Marshall .................,.,,. 92 2405 Red River, Austin Preston, Hubert M ..... .............. 7 4, 134, 135 1725 Childress, San Angelo Price, Martin Lewis ................ 49, 134, 135 Box 509, Brownwood Provost, David Anders ............................ 74 2607 Twenty-second Street, Port Arthur Prucl'homme, joseph Gilbert. ............ ..---49, ' 145, 146 1502 Broadmoor, Lufkin Puff, james Harrison, jr ................. 98, 170 304 East Skyview, Austin Pugh, George Edwin .............................. 58 Sherman Pulliam, Virgil Rozell- ............... .......... 7 4 Box 626, Alpine Purtle, Glynn Ray .................................... 92 Route 2, New Boston Quattlebaum, Kathleen .......................... 92 Route 2, Greenville Quick, james Herbert ........ .,.................... 9 2 1405 San Antonio, Tyler Raabe, Howard j. ......... . .................. 93, 168 Route 3, Weimar Rabe, Robert M ................. ...................... 9 3 Route 1, Box 575, Ysleta Rafes, Fred jordan. ...... .. .......................... 93 3003-H Red River, Austin Rallis, Gus. .,........................... ...............,.. 8 0 517 West Missouri Street, El Paso Ramirez, Abraham, jr ..................... 74, 123 105 Lincoln Street, Laredo Ramos, Humberto .......................... 74, 124 815 Duncan, Corpus Christi Ramos, Rodolfo Loa. ....................... 93, 145 1912 Nueces, Austin Rash, Alan Vance .................................... 93 325 Milton Drive, El Paso Ravkind, William Morris .............. 74, 109, 134, 135 3532 Colgate, Dallas Ray, john Herbert .................. 74, 130, 131 315 West Twohig, San Angelo Ra yzor, jess Newton ................................ 93 3207 Groveland, Houston Beavis, Don Heath. ......... 93, 121, 130, 131 707 North Houston, Shamrock Redd, Gordon Lindbergh.---75, 106, 119, 126, 127, 144, 145, 147, 176, 177, 182, 196 2741 Amherst, Houston Redick, V. ............................................ 93 3314 Merrick Drive, Houston Reese, Donald Gale---.. ............ 49, 121, 176, 177, 195 Thompsons Rchfeld, james Wright. ................... 49, 106 1526 Melbourne, Corpus Christi Rchmeyer, Don Gilbert. ......................... 93 2119 Lipscomb, Amarillo 4 ' CONGRATULATIONS H to ' The Class of '58 l o 1 - lawn ' BAR 8 LOUNGE Member:Fecleral Deposii Insurance Corporalion 1710 San Jacinto h GR 8-0372 AIR CONDITIONED l Hemphill's Book Stores Auslin, Texas The Law Sfuclenls' Slore 2505 San Jacinio . 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And You Meet Your Friends 2807 San Jacinto Air Conditioned Phone CR 84644 Page 21 1 Page 212 Relyea, Spencer Cone ..........,,...,.,,.,,,,,,,, 75 623 North Montclair, Dallas Renfro, Tom Bateman ........... , ..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 98 3261 Odessa Avenue, Fort Worth Reynolds, Ben Lamar ............ 49, 109, 134, 135, 137 Box 32, Mission , Reynolds, Robert Bruce ........ 49, 100, 102, 103, 105, 106, 108, 109, 134, 135, 145, 165, 179 606 Harris Avenue, Austin Richards, Robert Earl ................, .. ........... 93 3102 Thirty-iirst Street, Lubbock Richardson, Charles Turner .................... 93 Route 2, Columbus Riddick, William Pretlow ...... 58, 130, 131 3363 San Antonio, Corpus Christi Rider, George William ........ 75, 134, 135, 144, 145, 146, 177 2801 Rosedale, Dallas Risley, Gerald Porter, jr .... ..................... 7 5 2619 West Newton Circle, Irving Ritter, jack Francis, jr ..... ............ 9 3, 121 1410 Corona Drive, Austin Rives, Don L. ........ 75, 121, 130, 131, 188 216 Carolanne Drive, Marshall Roady,johnlDa. ..................... s. ....... 75,168 2801 San jacinto, Austin Roberts, Aubrey Lee .... 75, 121, 130, 131, 145, 155, 160 1921 Robin Road, Owensboro, Ky. Roberts, Bennett james, jr ..... 58, 130, 131 2208 Westgate, Houston Roberts, Hailey Austin ............ 49, 126, 127 1331 Hemphill, Fort Worth , Roberts, jerry Hugh ................................ 80 421 Bois d'Arc, Tyler Roberts, Meredith Earl .......... 93, 130, 131 200 East Glenn Drive, Longview Roberts, Paul Regene, jr. ........................ 49 1122 Lee Ha l Street, San Antonio Roberts, Wayne Elbert ..... ---50, 111, 112, 113, 126, 127, 128, 138, 149, 150, 156, V 159, 172, 182, 183 2416 Twenty-first Street, Lubbock Robertson, joe Thaddeus ........................ 80 3506 Bonnie Road, Austin Robinson, james Stuart. ......... 93, 130, 131 1605 Broadmoor Drive, Austin Roche, William C. ................ 75, 134, 135 3101 Copper Street, El Paso I Rodgers, Wayne Royce ........ 75, 134, 135, 136, 176, 177 Box 266, Munday Rohne, Wayne Arlen ............ 50, 130, 131, 155, 177 Star Route 42, Clifton Rose, jerome Robert ...... 50, 134, 135, 145 4110 Roseneath Drive, Houston Ross, Albert Clay ...............................-.--- 93 1305 Wilshire, Arlington Roye, Watson Payne .............................. 58 Graham Russell, Charles Barden, jr. .......... 50, 109, 134, 135 617 Polk, Wichita Falls Rylee, Robert Tilman, II .............. 50, 134, 4 135, 180 A 528 Vakey Street, Corpus Christi Salzberger, Paul Louis ............................ 75 10640 Lennox Lane, Dallas Sanderford, Robert Marshall ........ 93, 145 2340 Albans, Houston Sanderson, Elwyn Ray ............., .... 9 8, 162 Sandhop, john Riley ................................ 94 105 East Angelina, Palestine Sandlin, joe Frese ........ 75, 100, 114, 115, 126, 127, 145, 146, 155, 161, 171, 186 Box 147, Anahuac -W - -1-- - 1-, ..., -. .V Sansing, S. Earl ............................., 94, 162 801 Maryland Drive, Athens Sansing, William A .... ..................... 9 4, 145 Route :,li'4, Athens ' , Sapp, David Raleigh---.. .................. 75, 176 1314-C Brackenridge Apartments, Austin Sarrauf, Camille Francis ........ 94, 168, 174 1801 North Stanton, El Paso I Schenk, Cletus Charles ........ 50, 138, 139, '155, 195 3212 Garfield, Wichita Falls - Schill, Gus August, jr. ....... ...50, 109, 134, 135, 137, 159 6617 Buffalo Speedway, Houston Schumacher, Carl Willers ....... . .... 76, 130, 131, 133 2014 Sul Ross, Houston Scogin, Robert Roland .... 50, 126, 127, 145, 171, 172, 186, 196 Box 326, Wink Scott, Thomas Ransom ........ 51, 102, 108, ' 134, 135, 158 P. O. Box 1751, Amarillo Seaberg, Charles Egbert ................ 94, 145 P. O. Box 25, China Searcy, Seth Shepard, III ...................... 98 126 West Hollywood, San Antonio Selman, john B. ...................................... 58 Marble Falls Sewell, Thomas Monette, jr ..... ---.51, 102, 103, 105, 108, 110, 134, 135, 150 Box 112, Blooming Grove Shade, joseph ................ 76, 109, 134, 135 2005 North 7th Street, Temple Shanks, james Paul ................................ 51 Baird Sharp, Thomas Hilliard, jr ..... 76, 126, 127, 145, 176, 177 126 Park Hill Drive, San Antonio Sharpley, joseph Harold ........................ 58 1215 North Stanton, El Paso Shaw, jo Edward, jr ..... ......................... . 51 2117 Looscan Lane, Houston-19 Sherman, Max Ray ......................... 4 ........ 94 1233 Thompson, Borger A Sherwood, Weston Marshall .......... 80, 145 Box 947, Panhandle Shinaut, Richard Kennedy ...................... 94 1127 Hawaii Drive, El Paso Shipman, Morgan Enlow .............. 58, 109, 134, 135 Seminole Shivers, Roy GilbertQ ....... 94, 124, 145, 162 1307 Mobile, Marshall Shrull, Roswald Ernest ,....... 76, 144, 145, I 147, 154, 177 3110 Duval Street, Austin Shultz, W. O. II .... 51, 113, 121, 130, 131 600 Oak Street, Sweetwater Shurley, jerry Neill ................................ 51 P. O. Box 5752, Sonora Siegmund, Martin O ..... 51, 126, 127, 196 Route :lf:1, Whitesboro Sigel, Edwin Michael ............ 76, 109, 134, 135, 145 8605 Thackery, Dallas Silvers, Ronald jay .................................. 94 1105 West 25th Street, Austin Simmons, Lutcher Blades ,..... 51, 134, 135 712 Cherry Street, Orange Simon, Dolph Bertram Hirst. ................. 52 3306 Kerbey Lane, Austin Simpson, jerry Allen ......,......................... 94 519 West First Street, Tyler Simpson, Mary Frances ...........,,............. 94 617 West 16th Street, San Angelo Skidmore, Bob G ..... 52, 101, 113, 116, 121, 130, 131, 148, 160, 161 703 Twenty-third Street, S. E., Paris Slatton, james Allred .............. 80, 130, 131 200 Fleetwood, San Antonio Slaughter, Edward Dantzler, jr ..... , ....... 52 , 641.0 Glennox Lane, Dallas Slone, Charles Renfro .... 7 6, 130, 131, 155 Box 1149, Bay City Smith, Dan Cargill, III .... 76, 130, 131, 176 ' 3129 Oakdale, Houston . Smith, Don Stanton ......... L-.. ................... 94 Box 235, Valley Mills Smith, james Henry-Buck .... 76, 125, 126, 127, 176, 186 610-B Park Place, Austin Smith, james Isaac, jr ..... 76, 126, 127, 128, 144, 145, 146, 161, 176 4863 Wilson Avenue, Groves Smith, Melton Vern ,............................... 94 3300 Lake Austin Boulevard, Austin Smith, William jarrel ............ 76, 126, 127, 128, 171 1118 Christine, Pampa Smith, Winston Ray ................................ 98 Box 404, Rotan Smyer, joe P .........................................., 98 Tilden Rt., jourdanton Sneed, Thomas Alan .... 52, 121, 130, 131, 152, 183 Watts Building, Odessa Snow, Corbin Lee, jr ............. 98, 166, 168 512 West Houston, Marshall Snow, Thomas Marion ............................ 98 1204 Frances, Terrell Souris, jimmy George .............................. 98 2601 South Main, Vernon Spano, Vito Michael ......................,. 76, 145 R. D. ifl, Seventh North Street, Liverpool, New York Sparks, William Calvin ........ 76, 100, 112, 113, 121, 125, 130, 131, 161, 177, 186 523 Koberlin, San Angelo Spencer, Bryan Stulting ........ 52, 130, 131, 155, 158, 176, 188 907 Fourteenth Street, Galveston Spiller, james Madison .... 77, 126, 127, 128 300 East Pine Street, jacksboro Spmuzzi, john Anthony ........,.....,........... 77 605 East Evers, Pueblo, Colorado ' Sprouse, Harlow Lee .............................. 94 Vega Squyres, Robert Tyre .............................. 58 2503 Copeland, Tyler Stalcup, Sandra Kay ...... 94, 121, 142, 143 2820 Sixty-second Street, Lubbock Standlee, Robert Graves ........................ 52 1200 Rosser, Fort Worth Stanford, Paul H ...... .......,......, 5 2, 126, 127 Canton Starrett, Ronnie D. ,................................. 77 - 1406 Twenty-sixth Street, Galveston Steed, Gene Earl .......... 52, 121, 130, 131 Box 281, Groom Steele, Howbert Alexander .................... 77 403 South Pierce, Burnet Steimel, Walter Earl ................................ 53 1000 Oil 8: Gas Building, Wichita Falls Steinbach, Frank Ward .......... 58, 138, 140 1505 Kirkwood, Austin Steinberg, Lawrence Edward ...... 77, 134, 135, 145, 177, 187 5909 Frederick Square, Dallas 25 Steinberger, john Clinton .............. 53, 121, -B 130,131 1604 West College, Midland Stevens, Mitchell David ........................., 77 A 2013 Avenue j, Lubbock Stevenson, Clarence Neal ...... 95, 149, 174 P. 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MITCHELL BAR REVIEW COURSE Austin, Texas Page 213 Page 214 Stewart, Wells ........ 53, 121, 130, 131, 159 302 Bunker Hill Road, Houston Stllley, Allen Louie .........,..,,.,.,,,,,,, 98, 145 Route 1, Freeport Stodghill, Donald Ray-.. ......,,,, 77, 130, 131 Route 2, Rockwall Stone, Donald Lamar ....,....,,, 53, 121, 134, 135, 176 P. O. Box 60,.jacksonville Stone, Samuel Vaughan, jr .......,.......,.,.,, 77 1404 Elm, Georgetown Stovall, Richard Franklin, jr ....,.... ...,,.,. 7 7, 130, 131 740 West Mississippi, Floydada Studdard, Don E. ............ 53, 130, 131, 133 400 Main Street, Brownwood Suhr, Wilfred Frank ..........,,.,....,......,,,..., 53 1295 Cross, New Braunfels Sullivan, Fred Meyrith .......... 77, 134, 135 2214-C Perry Avenue, Austin Sullivan, Sherwood Morris .... 95, 134, 135 302-A Deep Eddy Apartments, Austin Swanner, Charles Benjamin ,......... 53, 134, 135, 158 6466 Meadow Road, Dallas Swift, George Lee .................................... 95 1212 West San Antonio, San Marcos Swift, Thomas Grover, jr ..... 54, 126, 127, 128, 159, 186 3917 West 4th Street, Fort Worth Swofford, Charles Gaston ........................ 95 Box 126, Clyde Tate, Erton Frank .................................... 95 2701 Taft, Wichita Falls Taylor, Albert Scott .... ........................... . 58 701 Manor Road, Austin Taylor, Glen Earl. .........,. 77, 109, 134, 135 3305 Helms Street, Austin Taylor, james Spence, jr. ............ 54, 134, 135, 170 2625 Sunset Boulevard, Houston Taylor, joshua William Edgar .... 95, 121, 126, 127, 128 212 Houston Street, Center Teed, john Edson ............ ............... . 95, 176 1822 Charles, Pampa Teegerstrom, Oscar T ..... 77, 121, 130, 131, 155, 161, 176 Box 47, Shamrock Temple, Larry Eugene ..... ..... 7 8, 109, 121, 130, 131, 182, 186, 197 607 West 5th Street, Plainview Templer, Otis Worth, jr ......... 78, 130, 131 802 East Val Verde, Crystal City Theall, Thomas Robert ......... 54, 126, 127 2970 Emile, Beaumont Thompson, Bill Goff ........ 54, 116, 134, 135 Box 926, Throckmorton Thompson, jimmie Noble .... 54, 130, 131, ----132, 133, 158 709 Church, Paris Thompson, Lanis Murl. .......................... . 58 5414 Pate Road, Houston Thompson, Patrick Whitacre. ................. 95 Burch Hotel, Breckenridge Thompson, William Van, jr ......... 78, 134, 135, 155, 176 3104 Glenview, Austin Thornton, Robert Barnes. .............. .80, 176 801 West 37th Street, Austin Thurlow, Thomas Neilson.--.78, 134, 135 5610 Southwestern, Dallas Thurmond, Roger H ..... 54, 121, 130, 131 310 Pecan Street, Del Rio Tichenor, McHenry Taylor.-- 54, 100, 112, 113, 120, 130, 131, 149, 150, 152, 182, 183 Box 711, Harlingen Tindle, Robert Dale .....,.......,.....,,,,, 98, 145 121 West Young, San Antonio Tita, joseph Lawrence .................... 78, 176 2407 Red River, Austin Toliver, Thomas Lucian. ..,...,,,..,,,.,.,.,,,.,, 98 1202 Nassau, Plainview Totz, jon David .............................. 95, 166 1604 East Saint Vincent, Gonzales Towery, Robert Lindley ........ 54, 126, 127, 149, 172 1032 East jessamine, Fort Worth Townsend, james Terrell .... 78, 130, 131 1507 South Pine, Brady Trammell, Wash Bryan, jr ..................... 98 3382 Del Monte, Houston Tramonte, Dominick Sam, jr ..... .......,... . 55, 119, 182 2623 Christopher, Galveston Tramonte, Sam G ................................... 78 6512 Goodnight Lane, Austin Trickey, Richard Miles. .........................,, 95 3718 Modlin, Fort Worth Troutman, Forrest Neal. ......................... 95 2209-D Wirtz, Austin Truitt, james Lenox. ............. 78, 109, 134, 135, 177 6307 Palo Pinto, Dallas Trull, Earl Leroy .................................... 98 2803 Breeze Terrace, Austin Tryon, john Lawrence .... 78, 109, 121, 130, 131, 145 4109 Monticello, Abilene Tsiapera, Maria ........................................ 98 Nicosia D, Cyprus Turner, Roger A ................................... 78 93 jane Street, Hartsdale, New York Turner, Roger Linn. ....... 55, 130, 131, 145, 155, 176 1824 Montclair, Fort Worth Turner, Thomas A ..................... ............. . 98 823 Harris Street, Austin Tyler, Earl Vaughn, ....... 55, 126, 127, 128, 161, 163, 176, 197 1312 Alguno Road, Austin Vance, Carol Stoner ...... 55, 130, 131, 159, 167, 177 5303 S ellman Road, Houston 35 VanDeMark,, Scott MacGregor ......-....... 55 2136 Brentwood, Houston Vanderburg, Paul E. ............ ..........------- - 98 P. O. Box 44, joaquin V andervort, joy Frances. ....... 95, 124, 177 Lagunillas, Venezuela Vaughan, Roy Allison ...... ....................... . 95 8 Sunset Trail, Austin Vaughn, William john-.- ....................... 95 701 West Elm, Hillsboro Vickers, Aden Lane. ............................-.- 78 3385 McFaddin, Beaumont Vinson, john Kenneth. ................... 78, 145 Box 745, VVink Wadsworth, Delmo. .............................. .98 1101 South Bruce, Monahans Wahlquist,.jack Rainard .... .55, 108, 109, 134, 135 6281 Revere Place, Dallas VV alker, Billy Newton. ............................. 95 124 West Houston, Cleveland NValker, Frank Denham .......................... 98 3118 Wheeler, Austin VValker, james Whittenburg. ................ .96 1217 Bowie Street, Amarillo Walker, Tesson joseph, ........................... 96 518 West 12th, Houston Waller, Michael Rodes. ......... 96, 130, 131 2208 First Street, Brownwood Wallis, Gerald Lloyd ................,..,., 79, 155 4239 West 14th Street, Amarillo Ward, Robert Byas ..............,. 55, 145, 180 1203 South Waverly, Dallas - ' WVarford, Harold Lyndon .............. 55, 130, 131, 158 P. O. Box 464, Breckenridge WVarner, Samuel Womack .............. 96, 145 5722 Kenwood, Dallas Wamick, 1. Q., Ir. ........ 79, 116, 126, 127, 128, 151, 155, 171, 172, 176, 177, 189 3506 Forty-fourth Street, Lubbock Warren, james Howard ..........,.............., 58 Highland Park Acres, Tyler YVatson, Bransford Holloway .................. 96 Wiley College, Marshall' Watson, james Bruce ........................,..... 96 Box 671, Athens Weckstein, Donald Theodore ........ 56, 108, ' 134, 135, 145, 159 149 Pomona Avenue, Newark 12, N. Weigel, Charles joseph .......................... 96 1304 Westover Road,.Austin Wells, Halen Gill ............ ........ 9 6, 130, 131 Box 746-A, Tulia VVendlandt, Walter George .... 56, 121, 130, 131, 158 Box 404, Austin VVendler, Edward Tynam .... 58, 126, 127, 128, 171 1305-A Lorrain, Austin Wesbrooks, Marquis Perry, jr .... 1 ............ 8 0 1546-B Brackenridge Apartments, Austin Wheat, Ernest Alton ............ 96, 126, 127, 145, 186 620 jackson Street, Belton VVheelus, Kyle, jr ......... 79, 130, 131,-145, 176 155, 2535 South Street, Beaumont Whilden, Robert Harral, jr ......... --96, 166 2111 Looscan, Houston White, Creighton Neil ............ 56, 126, 127 805 Cedar, Colorado City YVhite, Emory Landrum, jr ................... 58 Anthony White, William D., jr ..... 96, 116, 121, 167 4522 Walnut Hill, Dallas Wiest, Betty jo ........ 96, 116, 121, 142, 143 505 Burleson, Smithville NViginton, Martin Alexander .......... 96, 168 505-A West 11th Street, Austin VVilde, Carlton D. .................... 80, 130, 131 3013 Avalon, Houston Wilde, William Key ............, .58, 130, 131 3013 Avalon, Houston Wilder, Archie Glenwood. ..................... 79 Route 4,-+I, Stockdale Wilder, Billy Ray .... 97, 126, 127, 129, 145 Route 4752, Henderson Wilkes, Stanley E., jr ..... ........................ 9 7 5324 Farquhar Lane, Dallas Williams, Elwyn Carol. ................... 97, 125 3117-B Guadalupe Street, Austin Williams, Ivan Raymond .................... .... 9 8 Box 157 Manchaca Road, Austin NVilliams, Morgan Kenneth.--.56, 114, 134, 135, 155, 176 2108 Lipscomb, Fort Worth Williams, Richard Abe ........ 56, 102, 108, - 110, 134, 135 1354 South 28th Street, Apartment 3, Arlington 6, Virginia Williams, Richard Blondell ....... --.79, 130, 131, 155 5027 Lilac Lane, Dallas NVilliams, Walter Waylon. ..................... 97 Route 1, Rockdale Austin's most complete department store H I , I I ' NVillis, William Laurence ......................., 56 Box 242, Edna VVilly, Frank Oliver, Ir. .............,., 97, 145 1139 Division Del Norte, Mexico D. F., Mexico Wilson, Horace Coke, jr. .............. 56, 108, 134, 135 1806 West Alabama, Houston Wingate, Roy Stephen ............................ 56 2031 Sixty-fourth Street, Lubbock Winget, Richard Dale ............................ 97 503 Sacramento Drive, Austin Winn, Herschel Clyde ........... -, .............. 97 Box 102, Grandview Winslow, john Franklin ................ 79, 177 306 East 30th Street, Austin Winston, William D. .... 57, 121, 130, 131, 158, 177 507 North Bynum, Lufkin VVitt, Meyer Willis ................ 79, 109, 134, 135, 177 704 Sylvan, Palestine. Woessner, Claude, jr ............. 79, 130, 131, 152, 155, 180 1600 Holcombe, Houston Wolf, William Howard ........ 79, 109, 134, 135, 176 McCamey Wolfe, joseph Wilbur .,....,..... 57, 134, 135 111 Belden, Sherman Wood, Chesle Kosub y ..........................., 98 620 Ball, Galveston CONGRESS AT SIXTH VVo0d, Iudson Pittier .... 57, 130, 131, 180 cfo E. H. Pittier, Caracas, Venezuela Woodhead, Ben Sykes, Ir ....... 79, 134, 135 2590 Angelina, Beaumont Woodson, William Irvin ................ 97, 145 Apt. 5231, Este, Caracas, Venezuela VVoo sey, William Neal .......... 57, 126, 127 317 Bermuda Place, Corpus Christi Workman, Walter Edward .... 79, 109, 130, 131, 179, 186 11855 Laurel Lane, Austin Worsham, john William ........ 57, 130, 131 2145 Brentwood Drive, Houston 19 Worsham, Preston E ............................... 97 Box 573, Austin Wright, Roger Robinson, jr. ................,. 97 600 East 24th Street, Apartment A, Austin Young, Barney Thornton ...... 57, 100, 102, 103, 104, 108, 109, 110, 134, 135, 151, 179 4747-A Bradford Drive, Dallas Younger, Leighton Keith .............. 57, 126, 127, 129 1513 Pease Road, Austin Zapp, Lee Otis, Ir ................................... 97 910 Twenty-first Street, Galveston Zunker, jerry Lee .......... 79, 126, 127, 129 1219 Second Street, Rosenberg Zweig, Harold Isadore ............................ 57 1020 Kampman Boulevard, San Antonio TEXACO The best friend your car has ever had In forty-eight states and Canada Page 215 -r Stone, Hugh Lamar .................... 190, 191 Page 216 Activities ................. .... ............... 1 4 8-188 Adamson, Martha .......................... 25, 98 Administrative Personnel .............. 24-25 Alpha Kappa Phi .................... ......... 1 27 Alpha Phi ............................................ 144 Alumni Memorial Lounge .................. 23 American Bar Association .......... 111, 178 American Law Student Association..111 Anderson, Robert B ........................... 178 Assault and Flattery .......... 175, 184-188 Athletics .....,.........,.......... 149, 165-173 Bailey, Edward Weldon .... 14, 135, 183 Baker, Hines .............,,........,........ 190, 191 Barlow, Katherine ......... ........ 2 4, 143 Barristers Ball ............. ...... 1 75, 188 Basketball .................. ........ 1 68-169 Blackstock, Leo G ............ ........ 1 9, 135 Calvert, Robert W ............................. 181 Carroll, Mary joe ................................ 143 Chancellors .............. 100, 103-106, 178 Coates, Francis G ....................... 190, 191 Coif lSee: Order of the Coifj Consul Awards ................,. 149, 150-151 Culver, Frank P., Jr ........................... 181 Custy, Arthur B ........ ........ 1 9, 174 Dedication ............. .................... 7 Dees, Doris .......... ........ 1 42, 158 Delta Kappa .....,.................................. 156 Delta Phi Delta ........................ ............127 Delta Theta Phi ...... 101, 126-129, 1516 18 166, 168, 170, 172, Dicta, The ...... 100, 112, 117, 183, 122-125 Index Hargrave, Helen .... 8, 22, 143, 144, 166 Harwicke, Robert E ................... 190, 191 Hickman, John E ............................... 181 Hildebrand, Ira P ....... 5, 107, 153, 155 History of The Peregrinus ................ 4-5 Hodges, Gus Macey .......... 14, 135, 174 Honor Council .......... 100, 114-115, 117 Honor Societies ............................ 102-110 Howell, Robert C ............................... 141 Hubbard, Ford, Jr ............................ '...141 Huie, William O. .................. 8, 15, 135 Ingram, Denny Ouzts, Jr ......... 22, 135, 174, 185 Inns of Court ......................,....... 149, 174 Johnson, Corwin Waggoner ........ 6, 7, 8, 15, 119, 127 johnson, Mrs. Corwin W ............. 8, 200 Jones, Mary Jane ,................................. 24 Kappa Beta Pi..101, 142-143, 151, 156 Keeton, W. Page .... 9, 10, 11, 135, 175, 182, 190, 191 Keeton, Mrs. W. Page .......... 9, 189, 200 Kendall, Gaynor .................. 20, 153, 181 Key, Scott W ..................................... 4, 5 Lang, Sylvan .............................. 190, 191 Law Bachelors Clubbe ...... 101, 144-147 Law Day .......... 149, 153, 174, 175-188 Law Review fSee: Texas Law Reviewj Law School Foundation .......... 180, 189, 190-191 Law-Science Academy ........................ 193 Law-Science Foundation .................... 193 Peregrinus fyearbookj.. ................ 3, 100, 118-121, 150,156, 180, 182 Phi Alpha Delta .... 101, 130-138, 151, 166, 168, 170, 172, 183, 186, 188 Phi Delta Phi .......... 101, 134-137, 151, 166, 168, 172, 178, 183, 187 .Picnic, Annual Law School .... 149, 164 Poe, E. Holley .................................... 191 Pope, Elmer .....................................,........ 4 Portia ....................,............, 149, 156-157 Practice Court ............................ 189, 196 Praetors ............ 101, 138-141, 151, 166, 168, 172, 183, 187 Proctor, Jack ........................................ 190 Reavley, Tom ......................,............... 132 Rudd, Joel W ......... . . ......... 25 Rumbo, Sara ................,......................... 25 Ruud, Millard Harrington ............ 9, 16, 135, 197 Savage, Russell R .......... .................. 4 -5 Schaefer, Walter V ................... 178, 181 Senior Law Class ............................ 26-58 Dingle, William W ................... 140, 141 Law-Science Institute ........ 17, 183, 189. 192-193 Law Wives ........ 183, 185, 189, 198-202 Doss, Robert L ............. ..,................ 1 20 Dunn, Henry A ..,.................................. 25 Election Commission ........ 101, 116-117 Faculty ..........................,................... 8-23 Features ...................... .............. 1 89-202 Film Forum .............,.................. 189, 197 Five Hundred Fund ........ 189, 190-191 Football ...............................,...... 166-167 Francis, Charles I ............. 175, 190, 191 Francis, W. H., Jr ................... 190, 191 Franki, Julius F ................... 19, 189, 196 Fraternities .................................. 126-141 Freshman Inns fSee: Inns of Court? Freshman Law Class ...................... 82-99 Freshman Party ...,............ 148, 162-163 Fritz, William F ................. 12 14, 135, 174, 185 Garwood, W. St. John ......,..... 178, 181 Gibson, Thomas J., III .... 11, 151 101, 119, 164, 184 Gibson, Mrs. Thomas J., III ............ 101 Goldstein, E. Ernest .....,.......... ....21, 185 Golf ............................................ 170-171 Grant, Lois ................ ...,............. 2 5 Graves, Ireland ....................,..... 107, 181 Green, Leon .................... 9, 12, 107, 135 Green, Mrs. Leon .......................... 9, 201 Green, Sally .............. ............ ..24 Greenhill, joe ......... Grifhn, Meade F ........ . .........181 ........18l Grove, Shirley ................ ..................... 2 5 Hancock, Warner A ............. 9, 23, 135, 194, 195 Hand, Lloyd ....... ...... ............... 1 8 0 Hanger, Robert K .......... .......... 1 90, 191 Lebowitz, Leon ...... 8, 15, 135, 163, 174 Lee, Sybil ................................................ 24 Legal Aid .................. 23, 189, 194-195 Library ...........,................ 59, 60, 61, 188 Liebling, Audrey .................................... 24 Littenberg, Robert Louis ....... .......... 1 08 Lohrman, Henry T ......,......................., 25 Loiseaux, .Pierre R ......... 8, 21, 135, 174, 182, 185 Loiseaux, Mrs. Pierre R ....................... 8 Mays, Barbara ........................................ 24 McCall, Jim L ......................................... 4 McCormick, Charles Tilford..9, 12, 135 McCormick, Mrs. Charles T ............,.... 9 McManus, Evelyn C ...,.......... ............ 2 5 Meyers, Charlie J ........ .................... 1 20 Midlaw Class ............. ....,....,......,.. 6 0-81 Midlaw Party .................... 148, 160-161 Modlin, Dr. H. C .......,....................,.. 192 Monk, Mildred E ........ ....,.........,....... 2 5 Moody, Dan ................................ 190, 191 Moorhead, R, Dean .................... 20, 135 Moot Court .... 120, 149, 152-155, 174, 175,180,l81,196 Morrison, Keith E .......,..... 16, 135, 185 Norvell, James R ............................... 181 Oberer, Walter E ......... ............ 1 6, 131 Oglesby, Margaret ................................ 24 Order of the Coif ............ 100, 102, 178 Organizations ............................ 100-147 Origin of The Peregrinus ........................ 4 Patterson, Woodrow Wilson .... 23, 135, 139,1s9,194,195 Peregrinus fanimall ................ 1, 2, 4-5, 100, 106, 118 Senior Party ...................... 148, 158-159 Serata, Kathrin ........ ........................... 2 4 Shea, Laura .......... ....................... 2 4 Simkins, W. S ........ ................. 3 , 4 Smith, Clyde E ............... ......... 1 81, 193 Smith, Dorothy P ....................... 24, 166 Smith, Hubert Winston ...... 17, 183, 192 Sneed, J. T ...........,............................. 120 Snow Scenes .............................. 26, 60, 82 Softball ........................... ....... 1 72-173 Sorority, Law .................... ...... 1 42-143 Sports fSee: Athletics? Sprague, Julienne ..........,....................... 25 Stayton, Robert Weldon ....,... 9, 13, 135 Stayton, Mrs. Robert W ....................... 9 Sterling, Ross N ......................... 102, 105 Student Bar Association .......... 100, 111- 113,115,117,120,122,151,156,175 Study Hall .,.......................................... 114 Stumberg, George Wilfred .... 9, 13, 135 Stumberg, Mrs. George W ......... 9, 200 Sutton, John F., Jr ............. 17, 135, 174 Tarlton Library QSee: Libraryj Tennant, J. P ...........,......................... 120 Texas Law Review .... 13, 100, 102, 104, 107-110, 150, 155, 179, 191 Theta Kappa Nu ................................ 102 Theta Lambda .Phi .............................. 127 Thode, E. Wayne .......... 9, 21, 135, 174 Thode, Mrs. E. W ................... 143, 201 Townes Hall .........,...... ,........ 1 , 26, 194 Townes Foundation ....... ................,. 1 90 Walker, Ruel C ....,..............,............... 181 Ward, Peter ........................ 20, 174, 183 Wilkinson, J. Henry, Jr ............. 17, 120 Williams, Jerre Stockton .... 8, 18, 135. 174, 185 Williams, Mrs. Ierre S ........................... 8 Williams, John Herman ...................... 25 Witherspoon, joseph Parker ................ 18 Woodward, Marion Kenneth .... 18, 120, 135, 182, 183 Wright, Charles Alan .......... 8, 22, 140, 147. 166 Wright, Mrs. Charles A ....................... 8 Wynne, Angus G ....................... 190, 191 Zedler, Adele .............................. 101, 142 4 4 ,M .-f, . A ,m.J1 . "1" if . V .,,.,, K ,.,:,M - , -ff.,-Jef.. -.Y . -. -1-., , v l I :lv ' . W: .-f, - --L V1 ' ,,f, , C 'L ,V- .51 . J. M .:.5'f, , 1. J pi 3 J I I 4 .., 7 gil . ,.n rn ,I .F x P. .XJ r. E .34 F 3 -ve w H 1:- va 1


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