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Julian ffiijU's, Jr. - tiiiturA MtSSilQt from aljr Iran BUSINESS MANAGER ....SUBSCRIPTIONSwabU (if (tamntfa S nripty of ah? merinos, lor.Sfhtratton HiUtams The Pcregrinus of 1962 is affectionately dedicated to our beloved Jerre S. Williams, an excellent professor, intense leader, and conscientious member of the legal profession. His noble heart and astute ability reaches out to every student who comes under his wing. He is a standard by which to measure men; his views are not binding on his students but remain an echo to be an inspiration and a vision that hates may wither and prejudice may die. He manifests those qualities which characterize the gentleman and the scholar: considerate, generous, and patient but quietly perseverant. His indefatigable industry in preparation for teaching and his unwearying insistence upon accuracy of analysis significes the concept that we who seek membership in the legal profession owe an intangible duty of improvement to the profession and to ourselves. Without a rival in breath of knowledge in Constitutional Law and the practical virtues in the field of Labor Relations, he epitomizes the caliber of professorship at this school of law.iffttrattnn infjtt IF. button, 3lr. The Peregrinus is affectionately dedicated to our beloved John F. Sutton, Jr., the students close friend and experienced counselor. He has been an inspiration for the labors of his students and is the beacon light of the constant reminder that each student has a duty to uphold the honor of the legal profession. He possesses the political ingenuity of a statesman, the vigilant fortitude of a shepherd, and the appreciation of hard work as he undertakes both the small and the mighty tasks with equal confidence and effort. In the numerous courses that he has taught, he has captured the hearts of his students, who acknowledge in this tender and wise man all of the concentrated qualities that are sought to be instilled in the students of this school of law, We may hold our rich memories of his swift intelligence, his shrewd and unusual angles of intellectual pursuit, his apt turns of speech, and his ethical approach to the law as symbolic of the professorship at this school of law. 9 - of justice cannot he upholden, the on without the aid of men skilled in the art of matters affecting rights and obligations which » WilliamSemW. flag? iKrrtmt Span of % rhonl of ICaui Dean Keeton is recognized as one of the most outstanding Deans of a law school in the United States. Never has a school of law seen such growth in scholarship, financial condition, and dynamic teaching as has taken place under the twelve-year reign of Dean Keeton. Dean Keeton received his LL.B. in 1931 from The University of Texas Schoo'i of Law and hisS.J.D. in 1936 from Harvard Law School. Served as Assistant Professor of Law, 1932-35; Associate Professor of Law, 1936-39 and Assistant Dean 1940-42 at The University of Texas School of Law. Served as chief counsel, Petroleum Branch and Price Executive of Petroleum Branch of O.P.A. from 1942 through 1945. Appointed Dean of the University of Oklahoma School of Law in 1946 and came to The University of Texas School of Law as Dean in 1949. Presently is serving as president of the Association of American Law Schools. Dean Keeton teaches Torts and has published numerous articles in various law reviews; co-editor of Seavey, Keeton and Keeton, Cases on Torts; and is editor of Cases on Fraud and Mistake. Because of his whole-hearted interest in The University of Texas School of Law, and his untiring efforts for the success of all undertakings of the law school; and because of his sincere interest in each student and the support he has always given his faculty, he deserves the humble but allmeaning homage of appreciation from all of these students, graduates and faculty members of The University of Texas School of Law. ©fgmtas 31. (Stbamt, IU Assistant Sean Dean Gibson entered The University of Texas School of Law in 1946 and received his LL.B. in 1948. He remained at the law school in the position of Assistant Librarian until 1956, except for a two-year period when he served as State Librarian. Since 1956 has served as Assistant Dean and teaches Legal Writing and Legal Bibliography. Dean Gibson is in constant personal contact with the students and has earned the admiration of all of them. 13IGaut § duml iffmntiiatimt Snistersi amv Slaut S rijitol Asaortation UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SCHOOL OF LAW FOUNDATION TRUSTEES-Scatcd: Robert K. Hanger, Robert E. Hardwicke, Dean Page Keeton, and Hines Baker. Standing: Gene Woodfin, St. John Garwood, Sylvan Lang, Jack Proctor. Elton Hvder and T. J. Gibson. LAW SCHOOL ASSOCIATION—Seated: John B. Daniel, James C. Watson, Klcbcr Miller, and Lerov Jeffers. Standing: John Ben Shepperd, J. S. Freels, John Jackson, Carlisle Whitten, David Bland. William A. Barber, and Patrick Boone. 14EDWARD WELDON BAILEY Professor of Low Mr. Bailey liegan practice with Calloway and Rood of Dallas in 1928, after having received his B.A. and LL.B. from The University of Texas. He l ecaine Associate Professor of Law in 1930, and has been Professor of Law since 1936. In 1912 he reveived his S.J.D. from Harvard University. Mr. Bailey assisted in drafting the now Corporation Code, and is a member of the Texas State Bar Committee on Revision of Corporation Law. His subjects at the University arc: Private Corporations, Trusts, Future Interests, Wills and Administration. FRANK W. ELLIOTT Associate Professor of Imw Mr. Elliott received his B.A. degree from The University of Texas in 1951 and his LL.B. in 1957 from The University of Texas School of Law. After graduation, Mr. Elliott worked for the Attorney General of Texas, and then did research on points of law for the Supreme Court of Texas. While in Law School he was a Quizmaster, Chancellor, Comment Editor for the Texas Law Review, and a member of the Order of the Coif. Mr. Elliott is a professor in Admiralty Law, Torts, Procedure II and Introduction. Mr. Elliott is currentlv on leave of absence working on his doctor’s degree at Columbia University School of Law. PARKER CLINTON FIELDER Professor of Imw Mr. Fielder has returned after eight years practice in Midland. Texas. He received his B.S. degree in 1911 at Northwestern University. His LL.B. was obtained in 1918 at The University of Texas and he began teaching here in 1948. He served as Associate Professor in 1950-53 and has been William II. Francis, Jr. Professor since 1961. Subjects: Business Associations I and II, Oil and Gas Taxation, Federal Taxation and Estate and Gift Taxation. Mr. Fielder is a member of the State Bar of Texas, American Bar Association and the American Judicature Society. 15WILLIAM F. FRITZ Professor of Laic Mr. Fritz received his B.A. degree and his M.A. degree from The University of Texas, the latter having been received in 1938. Soon after having received his LL.B. in 1946 from The University of Texas, Mr. Fritz began his career of teaching. He was Assistant Professor of Law at the Law School for three years, and in 1949 he became an Associate Professor of Law, and has been a Professor of Law since 1956. He was a Sterling Fellow at Yale Law School in 1949. His subjects are Marital Rights, Real Propcrtv, and Damages. He is also a eo-author of the book. Cases and Materials on Property, with Mr. Corwin W. Johnson of the School of Law, and Mr. John E. Cribbet, Professor of Law, University of Illinois. HUGH WARING CIBERT Visiting Professor Mr. Gibert is a visiting Professor from the University of Alabama School of Law. He is teaching Property and Trusts. He received his A.B. in 1951 from the University of South Carolina and his LL.B. from Emory in 1957. In 1959 he was awarded his LL.M. from Yale Law School. Admitted to practice in Georgia in 1957 and served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General of Georgia from 1957 through 1958. His subjects are Trusts, Property and Taxation. E. ERNEST GOLDSTEIN Professor of Law Mr. Goldstein received his A.B. in 1939 from Amherst College and his LL.B. in 1947 from Georgetown University. He attended Wisconsin University School of Law and obtained his S.J.D. in 1956. He served with the Justice Department from 1947-49; War Claims Commission. 1949-51; Assistant Counsel, Special Senate Crime Committ, 1951; Cencral Counsel, Monopoly Sub-Committee. House Committee on the Judiciary, 1951-52; represented U. S. at OEEC in Paris, 1952-54. He came to The University of Texas School of Law in 1955 and served as an Associate Professor until 1958 when he was made a Professor of Law. Subjects: Government Regulation, International Law, International Trade Problems, Patent, Trademark and Copyright Law. He is the author of Cases on Patent, Trademark, and Copyright Law (1959). Mr. Goldstein is a member of the American Society of International Law and member Texas and District of Columbia bars, and was a Ford Foundation International Studies Fellow. 1959-60. 16LEON GREEN Distinguished Professor of Ixiw Mr. Green holds a B.A. from Ouachita Gollege, an M.A. from Yale University, and LL.B. from The University of Texas, and an LL.D. from Louisiana State University. Beginning as an Instructor in Law in 1915 at the University, he rose to the status of Professor of Law in 1920. After being in private practice for six years, he became Dean (on leave) of the University of North Carolina School of Law, and during that time became a Professor of Law at Yale University. Afterwards, he remained Dean of Northwestern Law School for 18 years, and then returned to Texas as a Professor of Law. He has written Rationale of Proximate Cause, Judge and Jury, Cases on Relations, and The Judicial Process in Tort Cases, Traffic Victims, and My Philosophy of Laic. WARNER A. HANCOCK Legal Aid Attorney Mr. Hancock was in private practice from 19-49 until 1950. He was Assistant Secretary of the State Bar of Texas from 1950 until 1951. He was an Instructor in Law at The University of Texas from 1952 until 1955. He is presently serving in the capacity of Assistant Director of the Legal Aid Clinic. Born in 1923. Mr. Hancock received his B.B.A. degree from Baylor University in 19-13 and his LL.B. degree from The University of Texas in 1948. HELEN HARGRAVE Associate Professor of Law Miss Hargrave received her LL.B. and was admitted to practice in Texas in 1926. In 1930, she became Assistant Law Librarian at The University of Texas and has been Law Librarian since 1940. She is a past-President of the American Association of Law Librarians and is a member of the State Bar of Texas. She teaches Legal Bibliography. 17GUS MACY HODGES Professor of Law Professor Hodges rcecivcd his LL.B. degree from The University of Texas in 1932. He also holds a B.B.A. from the University which he earned in 1930. He was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 1932 and from that time until 1910 he practiced law in Dallas. Texas. In 19-10 he joined the faculty at the Law School and since that time has lectured in Judicial Remedies, Trial Procedure and Pleading, and Appellate Procedure. He is also the author of Hodges, Special Issue Submission in Texas. Mr. Hodges is the foremost authority on Special Issues in Texas and was a commissioner on Uniform State Law. WILLIAM O. HUIE Professor of Law Mr. Huie holds a B.A. degree from Henderson State Teachers College (1932), an LL.B. from The University of Texas (1935), and an S.J.D. from Harvard University (1953). Mr. Huie was admitted to practice in Texas in 1935. He practiced in Austin, Texas until 1936 when he became Assistant Professor of Law at the University. He has been a Professor of Law since 1946. During that period he also served as Assistant Dean of the Law School, was a Research Fellow at Harvard Law School, served in the Office of Price Administration as Senior Attorney, and was also in the United States Navy. He lectures in courses on Marital Rights, Oil and Gas, and Trusts. He is author of casebooks on Administration of Estates, I.and Limitations, Public Lands, Marital Rights, and Oil and Gas, and is author of numerous law review articles. He is presently a Visiting Professor at Harvard Law School. CORWIN WAGGONER JOHNSON Professor of Law Mr. Johnson received his A.B. from the University of Iowa in 1939 and his J.D. from the same University in 1941. In 1942 he became a Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In 1946 he became an Instructor in Law at the University of Iowa. In 1941 and 1947 he was a Sterling Fellow at Yale University Law School. He joined the law faculty at The University of Texas in 1947 and has been a Professor of Law since 1954. He is co-author of the book, Cases and Materials on Property, which lie wrote in collaboration with W. F. Fritz. Mr. Johnson’s courses are Property, Water Law, and Texas Land Titles. 18CAYNOR KENDALL Professor of Law Born in 1910, Mr. Kendall received his LL.B. degree from The University of Texas in 1932. Soon after admission to the State Bar of Texas, he was Assistant Attorney General. Since 1935, he has been in private practice. He lectures in Brief Writing and Appellate Advocacy at the Law School. Perhaps Mr. Kendall’s most noteworthy accomplishment came in 1958 when The University of Texas Moot Court Team won the National Moot Court Championship in New York City. He was coach of that team and has always been active in that capacity at the Law School in recent years. JAN KOBBERXACEL Visiting Professor Mr. Kobbernagel is professor of Commercial Law at the University of Copenhagen. Graduating from the University of Copenhagen, he was admitted to the bar in 1938. He studied Corporation Law in Geneva, Switzerland for 18 months. He has written many books on Trusts, Commercial Law and Corporation Law. Mr. Kobbernagel was attached to the International Chamber of Commerce for ten years. While in Copenhagen, he taught in the School of Economics and Business Administration. LEON LEBOWITZ Professor of Imw Mr. Lebowitz received his A.B. from Baylor University in 1950, his LL.B. in 1913 (Baylor) and his LL.M. from New York University in 1952. After being admitted to the Texas State Bar in 1943, he served in the United States Army. From 1948-1948 he was Assistant Professor and Law Librarian at Baylor University Law School. He joined The University of Texas Law Faculty in 1955 as a Visiting Professor of Law and rose to a full Professor of Law in 1957. He lectures in courses on Private Corporations, Partnerships, Corporation Finance, Introduction to Legal Process and Agency. He is the author of Legal Bibliography and Research. 19PIERRE R. LOISEAUX Professor of Law Mr. Loiseaux received hi LL.B. from Boston University in 1950 and his LL.M. from New York University in 1951. He was admitted to practice in Massachusetts in 1950, but soon became a Teaching Fellow at New York University School of Law. From 1951-1953, he was an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Arkansas, and from 1953-1955, he held that same position at Emory University until 1953, when he became an Associate Professor of Law. He joined The University of Texas in 1957 as an Associate Professor of Law and since that time has lectured on Creditor’s Rights, Commercial Law, Labor Law, Fraud and Mistake. Mr. Loiseaux is a member of the American Arbitration Association Panel of Arbitrators. CHARLES TILFORD McCORMICK Distinguished Professor of Law Mr. McCormick received his B.A. from The University of Texas in 1909 and his LL.B. cum laude, from Harvard University in 1912. He began practice in Dallas, Texas after graduation from Harvard until 1922. He was a Professor of Law at the University from 1922-1926, Professor of Law, University of North Carolina (1926-1931), Dean of North Carolina Law School (1927-1931), Professor of Law at Northwestern University (1931-1940). From 1940-1949 he was Dean of The University of Texas Law School and has been a Professor of Law since 1949. He has taught at Cornell, Yale, Harvard, Chicago, Stanford, Washington University, and Columbia. He lectures on Federal Procedure and Evidence. He is author of McCormick on Damages, McCormick on Evidence and Cases on Evidence, is co-author of McCormick and Ray, Texas Law of Evidence, McCormick and Chadboum, Federal Courts, and McCormick and Fritz, Cases on Damages. JAMES R. MEYERS Visiting Associate Professor Mr. Meyers received his A.B. from Rice Institute in 1949 and his LL.B. from The University of Texas School of Law. While at Texas he was very active in school activities, was a member of Phi Delta Phi, Order of the Coif and the Chancellors. Mr. Meyers served with Judge Advocate General’s Department in the U. S. Army for two years. While serving as a Visiting Associate Professor here at the Law School, he will teach Agency. Mr. Meyers will continue his private practice in Austin while teaching. 20R. DEAN MOORHEAD Visiting Professor of Law Born in 1916, Mr. Moorhead received his A.B. from the University of Kansas in 1938, and his LL.B. from Columbia in 1941. He was admitted to practice before the Texas and Federal Bars in 1942, and served as Assistant Attorney General of Texas from 1942 until 1945. Mr. Moorhead was on the faculty of the Law School in 1943 and 1944 and in 1946 and 1947. He was on the faculty of the College of Business Administration. He lectures in courses in Contracts and conducts a Seminar in Fiduciary Administration. KEITH E. MORRISON Professor of Imw Before having received his LL.B. from Yale University in 1948, Mr. Morrison also received his B.A. from the University of Kansas in 1931 and his M.S. from the University of Wyoming in 1939. From 1939 until 1941 he was an economist for the Agricultural Extension Service, University of Wyoming, and served after that in the United States Army for three years. In 1948 he became an Associate Professor of Law at The University of Texas and since 1951 has been a Professor of Law. He lectures in courses in Taxation, Constitutional Law and Estate Planning. WALTER E. OBERER Professor of Law Mr. Obcrcr received his B.A. degree from Ohio Wesleyan University in 1942. After having received his LL.B. from Harvard University in 1948, he was admitted to the Michigan State Bar in 1949, where he engaged in private practice until 1955 in the city of Detroit. During that time he was a part-time lecturer at the Detroit College of Law. He joined the Texas Law Faculty in 1955 as an Associate Professor of Law, and in 1957 was made a Professor of Law. He lectures on Contracts, Labor Law, Criminal Law, and Legal Profession. 21WOODROW WILSON PATTERSON Director of Legal Aid Clinic Mr. Patterson received In's LL.B. from The University of Texas in 1936. Since 7942, lie has been Director of the Legal Aid Clinic. He was admitted to practice before the Bar in 1936 and since 1941 has been a member of the law firm of Patterson and Patterson in Austin, Texas. From 1937 until 1941 he was Assistant District Attorney for Travis County. Texas. MILLARD HARRINGTON RUUD Professor of Law Mr. Ruud received his B.S.L. from the University of Minnesota in 1942, and his LL.B. degree from that same school in 1947. After serving as a Captain in the United States Army during World War II he became an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Kansas School of Law in 1947. He came to The University of Texas School of Law in 1948 as an Associate Professor of Law and he has been a Professor of Law since 1950. He was Assistant Executive Director of the Texas Legislature from 1950 until 1952 and general editor and co-author of the Study of the Uniform Commercial Code. In his capacity as a Professor, Mr. Ruud lectures in courses in Legislation, Commercial Law, and Local Government Law. HUBERT WINSTON SMITH, M.D. Director of Law-Science Institute Dr. Smith received his A.B. and M.B.A. from The University of Texas, and his LL.B. and M.D. degrees from Harvard University. He was an Associate in Medical Legal Research, Harvard Law School from 1941-1945. He was Officer-in-Charge of the Legal-Medicine Branch of the U. S. Navy in 1945, and in 1946 he became a Professor at the University of Illinois and served there until 1949. Professor of Legal Medicine and University Research Professor of Law and Medicine, Tulane University (1949-1952). He joined The University of Texas Law Faculty in 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 lectured in Evidence, Legal Medicine and Elements of Medicolegal Litigation, The Science of Human Behavior in Relation to Law. Dr. Smith is a member of the Order of the Coif, the Director of the Law-Science Institute and Chancellor of tin? Law-Science Academy. 22HAROLD W. SOLOMON Associate Professor Mr. Solomon received his B.S. from Harvard College and his LL.B. from Columbia University School of Law in 1948. He was admitted to practice in New York in 1949 and was in general practice in New York from 1952-59. Lecturer and Senior Fellow, Yale Law School 1960-61. Mr. Solomon came to The University of Texas School of Law in 1961 and is teaching Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure and Family Law. He is also a member of the Bar Association of the City of New York, was Assistant District Attorney for New York County, and was Associate Counsel to the U. S. Senate Subcommittee on Crime and Law Enforcement in the District of Columbia. ROBERT WELDON STAYTON Distinguished Professor of Law Mr. Stavton received his B.A. (1907) and LL.B. (1927) from The University of Texas. He practiced law 1908-1941. He has been a 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 1940-1961; managing secretary of the Texas Law Review 1926-1961. He is author of Method of Practice, and casebooks of Texas Procedure, and he has written Stayton’s Texas Forms since 1915. Mr. Stavton has lectured in Judicial Administration, Legal Method, Judicial Remedies, Trial and Appellate Procedure, and Federal Procedure. CEORGE WILFRED STUM BERG Distinguished Professor of Law Mr. Stumberg received his B.A. from Louisiana State University, his LL.B. from Columbia University, and his J.D. degree from Yale University and Oxford University in England. He has been a Professor of Law at The University of Texas Law School since 1925. He served with the Board of Economic Warfare as Assistant Counsel in 1942, and in 19-13, as their Special Representative in French West Africa. He then became Advisor on French Economic Affairs in the Foreign Economics Administration through 1944. Mr. Stumberg is the author of Principles of Conflicts of Laics, Cases on Admiralty, Criminal Law and Its Administration, Cases on Conflicts of Imws, and Guide to the Law and Legal Literature of France. Mr. Stumberg lectures in Criminal Law, Conflicts of Law, and Admiralty, in which he is considered a leading authority. 23JOHN F. SUTTON. JR. Professor of Law Mr. Sutton was in private practice in San Antonio, Texas from 19-11-19-12 and 1945-19-19, and San Angelo, Texas from 1949-1957. He received his LL.B. (with honors) from The University of Texas in 1941. He spent 1941 until 1945 with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington, D.C., and was a Lieutenant in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps, United States Army Reserve from 194S-1953. He was a Director on the Tom Green County Bar Association Board, 1956, and is a member of the International Association of Insurance Counsel. He joined the Law Faculty of The University of Texas in 1957, as Professor of Law and he lectures in courses on Contracts, Criminal Law, Agency Partnership, Legal Profession, Commercial Law, Evidence, Torts, Insurance, and Procedure II. E. WAYNE THODE Professor of Law Born in 1920, Mr. Thode received his B.S. degree from the University of Illinois in 1943 and his LL.B. from The University of Texas in 1950. He was Briefing Attorney for the Supreme Court of Texas from 1950 until 1951, and was Assistant Attorney General of Texas from 1951 until 1952. He was in private practice from 1952 until 1955, and then became an Associate Professor of Law at The University of Texas School of Law in 1955, and Professor of Law in 1959. He has also served in the United States Army and was Assistant Defense Counsel, War Crimes Trials, Manila, P.I. in 1946. Mr. Thode's subjects are Procedure, Torts, and Introduction to Legal Processes. He is the editor of Personal Injury Litigation in Texas (West Co. 1961). J. HENRY WILKINSON Professor of Law Mr. Wilkinson received his B.S. degree from the University of South Carolina in 1934, and his LL.B. with honors from The University of Texas in 1949. He was an accountant after he graduated from South Carolina until 1937 when he became an Agent for the Bureau of Internal Revenue. He served in the United States Navv in 1942, beginning as Lieutenant (jg) and was honorably discharged as Lt. Commander in 19-15. He became Assistant Professor of Law at The University of Texas in 1950, then he practiced in Midland, Texas until 1957, at which time he rejoined the faculty as a Professor of Law. A member of the Permanent Tax Council, he has lectured in 1954, 1955, and 1957 at the Tax Conference sponsored annually by the Law School. Mr. Wilkinson’s courses are Federal Estate and Gift Taxation, and Legal Accounting. 24JERRE STOCKTON WILLIAMS Professor of Law Mr. Williams received his A.B. from the University of Denver in 1938, his LL.B. from Columbia University in 1941. From 1941-1942, he served as Instructor of Law and Faculty Editor of the Iowa Law Review at the University of Iowa. He then served in the Air Force for four years. After one semester teaching at the University of Denver in 1916, he came to Texas Law School. He became a Professor of Law in 1950. He has also served in the capacities of attorney with the Office of Price Administration and was Associate Director of Study of Loyaltv Security Program, City of New York Bar Association. He is author of Cases and Material on Employees' Rights and The Supreme Court Speaks. He was Associate Editor of Labor Relations and the Law. He lectures on Constitutional Law, Labor Relations, Legal Profession, Employees Rights, and Seminars in Collective Bargaining and Civil Rights. JOSEPH PARKER WITHERSPOON Professor of Law Mr. Witherspoon received his A.B. from the University of Chicago in 1936 and his LL.B. from The University of Texas in 1948. In 1961 he received his S.J.D. degree from Harvard University Law School. He joined the Law Faculty as an Assistant Professor of Law in 1948, and in 1950 became Associate Professor of Law, and since 1955 has been a Professor of Law. Mr. Witherspoon served as Chief Counsel, Apparel and Scrivce Trade Branches, O.P.S. He presently serves as Advisory Editor of Natural Law Forum. He is a Lieutenant Commander, United States Navy Reserve. His courses are Administrative Law, Legislation, Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, and Governmental Regulation of Business Competition. MARION KENNETH WOODWARD Professor of Law In 1933, Mr. Woodward received his B.A. degree from The University of Texas, and in 1940, he received his M.A. from West Texas State College, and 1943, his LL.B. from The University of Texas. From 1943 to 1945 he served in the United States Army and from 1945 to 1946 was in private practice in Amarillo, Texas. In 1946 he joined the Law Faculty at The University of Texas as an Associate Professor of Law, becoming a Professor of Law in 1950. In 1950 he was honored as a Sterling Fellow at Yale University. Mr. Woodward served in the capacity of acting dean of the Law School and also as Assistant Dean from 1948-1951, and Associate Dean from 1951-1953. His courses are Mortgages, Texas Land Titles, Wills and Administration, and Oil and Gas. Mr. Woodward is also co-author with W. O. Huie of a casebook on Oil and Gas.CHARLES ALAN WRIGHT Professor of Law Mr. Wright earned his A.B. from Wesleyan University in 1947, and his LL.B. from Yale University in 1949. In 1950 he was an Assistant Professor at Minnesota University, and in 1953 he was made an Associate Professor. He joined the Texas Law Faculty in 1955. He has held the positions of law clerk in the U.S. Circuit Court, Secretary of the Minnesota State Bar Association Court Rides Committee, Assistant to the Reporter, U. S. Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Rules of Civil Procedure, and Consultant, Alabama Committee for Judicial Reform, Member of the Advisory Committee on the Rules of Civil Procedure. He is author of Wright’s Minnesota Rules, and Cases on Remedies. Mr. Wrights courses are Federal Procedure, Lal or Relations, Constitutional Law. and Remedies. Mr. Wright is one of the most outstanding and recognized authorities on Federal Procedure in the United States and has written several books on Federal Procedure. HARRY K. WRIGHT Associate Professor of Law Mr. Wright received his B.S. degree from Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service, in 1949. In 1952 he earned his LL.B. from University' of Texas with honors. He was Editor in Chief of the Texas Law Review. From 1952 to 1954, was Lieutenant in Judge Advocate Generals Corps of the U. S. Army. From 1954 to 1962 was in private practice of law in Houston, Texas and Mexico City, Mexico. Mr. Wright teaches Agency. Aiimmistratuje g taff DOROTHY SMITH SYBIL LEE Administrative Secretary tain Office MARTHA ADAMSON Secretary to Dean KeetonAftmintalrattuf 3 taff LOIS GRANT Senior Secretary MABEL WEIR Faculty Secretary MARGARET OGLESBY Placement Office HORTENSE BERMAN Faculty Secretary ELIZABETH SANSOM Main Office KATHLEEN LONG Law Review Business Office SHIRLEY GREEN Faculty Secretary JOAN SMITH Main Office SANDRA CLARK Legal Aid Secretary 'V;’f'’ '. • — ■-• ' • •« - -i—. wfy •■• - • -• - m:—.'=r 3 v, s: i “Cultivated mind is the guardian genius of Democracy, «n u iite guided and controlled by virtue, the noblest attribute of man. It is the only dictator that freemen acknowledge, find the only security which freemen desire ” I! Mirabeau B. Lamar! I 1 i r I W ff V r • "A man may live greatly in the law as well as elsewhere; fjtdf there, as well as elsewhere, his thoughts may find unity irityitAnfinite perspC(k}veithat there, as well as elsewhere, he may wreak himsev upon life; mad tfrink the bitter cup of heroism, may wear his heart out aft entity unattainable •' ■$ Oliver Ve|1u HolmesJftcst- par iCauia GERALD G. MOORE ROBERT HARRY AKIN JOSEPH PATRICK KELLY Secretary-Treasurer President Vice President Naturally the greatest part of the law school is composed of the first-year students, commonly known as the Jackasses. They are its bulk, its spirit, its strength; they, who some day will head the legal profession. It is they whom the seniors leave behind, hoping to have helped to guide in the ways of the highest ideals of leadership and scholarship. The seniors leave for the first-year law students a responsibility to the law school, the legal profession and to this great nation. They will shoulder a mandate from the public to continue the high standard of character, ability, honor and ethics that the legal profession requires. Each student must possess this character, ability, honor and ethics because no constitution, no court or no law can give it to a student. The spirit of these standards arc the same today as they were two thousand years ago when the great teacher of man sought to instill in mankind these same standards. 30A BI X, C. HOUSTON Mississippi State University Tyler, Texas ADAMS, JAMES B. University of Texas Austin, Texas ADKINS, JAMES A. University of Texas Groesbeck, Texas AKIN, ROBERT HARRY University of Texas Austin, Texas ALLEN, BOBBY D. University of Texas Odessa, Texas ALMACUER. MANUEL University of Texas Dallas, Texas ALSUP. J. ALTON, JR. University of Texas Houston, Texas ANDERSON, OWEN WADE University of Texas Tyler, Texas ARMSTRONG, FRANK University of Texas Hebbronville, Texas BAGBY, JOE EDWARD Southern Methodist University Austin, Texas BAIN JERRY E. University of Texas Centerville, Texas BAKER, ROBERT A. Abilene Christian San Antonio, Texas BALISTRERI, THOMAS J. Marquette University Milwaukee, Wisconsin BARKSDALE, JAMES H. University of Oklahoma Fabens, Texas BASSETT. JOHN W. Stanford University Roswell, New Mexico 31 BEAUCHAMP, DAN E. University of Texas San Antonio, Texas BECK, DAVID J. Lamar Tech College Port Arthur, Texas BECK, JACK E. East Texas Baptist College Andrews, Texas BELL, RONALD D. University of Texas West Columbia, Texas BELLEAU, BERNARD University of Maine Lewiston, Maine BERKOVSKY, ROBERT University of Texas Yoakum, Texas BERRY. CHARLES C. Texas Tech College Vega, Texas BERRY. F. RAYBURN University of Texas Fort Worth, Texas BLACKBURN, WILLIAM M. University of Oklahoma San Angelo, Texas BONNEY, CHARLES E. University of Texas Ranger, Texas BOHN, ROBERT H. University of Texas Austin, Texas BLOCK, STANLEY B. University of Texas Corpus Christi, Texas BRADLEY, ROBERT MARSH Hendrix College Little Rock. Arkansas BRADSHAW, JOHN E. Texas Tech College Graham, Texas BRADY, JAMES B. Southern Methodist Universitv Harlingen, Texas 32BRADY, WELDON WALLACE Midwestern University Wichita Falls, Texas BRAMBLET, JAMES W., JR. Baylor University Lincoln, Neb. BRAY, J. MONTY Texas Tech College Turkey, Texas BREEN, WILFORD THOMAS University of Texas Fort Worth, Texas BROWN, DAVID P. University of Texas Henderson, Texas BROWN, FANNIE U. Tillotson College Austin, Texas BROWN, FREDERICK S. University of Texas Austin, Texas BUCKLEY. MICHAEL N. University of Texas Austin, Texas BULLARD, JANE EVA Brvn Mawr College Austin, Texas BURNS, CHARLES FINNEY University of Chicago Sherman, Texas CAGLE, GLEN R. Arizona State University Austin, Texas CAIN. JERRY DEAN University of Texas Tahoka, Texas CAMPBELL. CIMRON University of Texas San Angelo. Texas CARSON, GEORGE Texas A. M. College San Antonio, Texas . CARUTHERS, PAUL T. Texas Western College El Paso, Texas 33CAVENDER, ANTHONY B. University of Texas Houston, Texas CHANDLER, CLARENCE W. University of Texas Ringgold, Texas CLARK, PAT E. University of Texas Houston, Texas COLEMAN, JERRY M, Hardin-Simmons University Brownwood, Texas COLEMAN, LYNN ROGERS Abilene Christian College Abilene, Texas COLLINS, JOHN M. University of Texas Austin, Texas COLLINS, ROY C. Texas Western College El Paso, Texas COLVIN, JOE W., JR. University of St. Thomas Fort Worth, Texas CONNALLY, HERSCHEL JOE Southwestern University San Angelo, Texas COONS, RICHARD E. Hampden-Sydney College Brownsville, Texas COOPER, MICHAEL R. University of Texas Winslow, Arizona COWDEN, JAMES H. Harvard University Austin, Texas COX, DAVID M. University of Texas Houston, Texas COX, JIMMY RAY Abilene Christian College Olney, Texas COYLE, JOHN O. D. Texas A. I Alice, Texas 34CRANE, ROBERT T. University of Pacific Houston, Texas CRAWFORD, CHARLES R. University of Texas Port Arthur, Texas CURTIS, H. LAMAR, JR. Harvard University Brady, Texas CURTIS, JOHN D. University of Texas Big Spring, Texas CUSH.ME, DOUGLAS F. Southern Methodist Universitv Honolulu, Hawaii DALTON, JAMES L. University of Chicago Luling, Texas DARLEY, ROGER C. University of Texas San Antonio, Texas DAVIS, JERRY DONALD University of Texas Dallas, Texas DENSON, RICHARD E. University of Texas Arlington, Texas DIAZ, RAMIRO P. University of Texas Austin, Texas DOBIE, DUDLEY R. University of Texas Austin, Texas DOWD, RONALD B. Texas Tech College Dallas, Texas DOZIER, EUGENE J. University of Texas Fort Worth, Texas DUDLEY, JAMES H. University of Texas Comanche, Texas DUNACAN, WALTER B. University of Texas Midland, Texas 35DUNAWAY, JAMES R. Arlington State College Cleburne, Texas DUNN, JOHN S., JR. Brown University Houston, Texas DUREN, JOHN R. University of Texas Mineral Wells, Texas ELLIOTT, W. RANDOLPH University of Texas Houston, Texas EMORY, A. DON Texas Tech College Amarillo, Texas EVANS, CLAYTON E. University of Texas Austin, Texas EVANS, ROBERT L. Hardin-Simmons University Lubbock, Texas EVERTON, DAVE University of Texas Temple, Texas FIELD, THOMAS P., JR. University of Texas Dallas, Texas FINKELSTEIN, WILLARD C. University of Texas Austin, Texas FISHER, RICK P. University of Texas Beaumont, Texas FORD, FAITH University of Texas La Marque, Texas FORTNEY, WALTER S. University of Texas Mineral Wells, Texas FUCHS, MALCOLM J. University of Texas Austin, Texas CALBRAITH, JOHN B. Arlington State College Sherman, TexasCAULDING, JOHN M. University of Texas Austin, Texas GILBERT, MARLIN L. Austin College San Benito, Texas CILLIS, JOHN M. University of Texas Kilgore, Texas CILTNER, THOMAS A. University of Texas Dallas. Texas GRAHAM, CAROL HERBERT University of Texas Odessa, Texas GREEN, LEE S. University of Texas Fort Worth, Texas GREGG, DICK H. University of Texas Houston, Texas GREGC, TOM W., JR. University of Texas San Angelo, Texas GROSENHEIDER, DELNO J. University of Texas Gatcsville, Texas CROSS, JERRY M. University of Oklahoma Amarillo, Texas CROW, TOM C. Dartmouth College Dallas, Texas GULLEY, JACK HAY Trinity University Uvalde, Texas CUITIERREZ, JOSE ROBERTO University of Texas Hebbronville, Texas HAMMETT, HAROLD D. Yale University Lubbock, Texas HANNA, THOMAS L. Baylor University Nederland, Texas 37HARDIN, LARRY D. University of Texas Dallas, Texas HARDIN, MARILYN PYNDUS University of Texas Houston, Texas HARING, PAUL B. University of St. Thomas Goliad, Texas HARRELL, J. DOUGLAS University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, North Carolina HARRIS, JOHN WELDON Southwestern University Austin, Texas HARRISON, W. ALEX Louisiana State University Shreveport, La. HARVILL, MARION D. Texas A. 6c M. College Saint Jo, Texas HARWOOD, WALLACE B., JR. University of Texas Brownsville, Texas HASTEDT, ROBERT W. University of Texas Columbus, Texas HATCHELL, MICHAEL A. University of Texas Austin, Texas HEALER, MILTON B., II University of Texas Brownwood, Texas HEBERT, EMANUEL A. University of Texas Cuero, Texas HERZ, IRWIN M. Rice University Galveston, Texas HESTER, J. ROBERT, JR. Arlington State College Arlington, Texas HINSLEY, ROBERT B. University of Texas Houston, Texas 38HOEHNE, CHARLES W. University of Texas Schulenburg, Texas HOOKS, JIM M., JR. Texas Tech College Abilene, Texas HOOVER, HOWARD S. Southern Methodist University Houston, Texas HORNE. ALVIN A. University of Texas Houston, Texas HORRIGAN, JOSEPH S. Duke University Houston, Texas HUMPHREYS, MILTON E. Hardin-Simmons University Abilene, Texas INGRAM, EDSAM M. South West Texas State College Austin, Texas JACKSON, THOMAS G. Baylor University Odessa, Texas JAMES, EDITH L. George Washington University Austin, Texas JOHNSON, JOHN LYNN University of Texas Quitaque, Texas JOHNSON, LARRY D. Texas Tech College Kress, Texas JOHNSON, THOMAS E. Columbia University Midland, Texas JONES, ROBERT University of Texas McAllen, Texas JORDAN, DARRELL E. University of Texas McAllen, Texas JORDAN, WILLIAM D. University of Texas Palestine, Texas 39JOSEPH, LAWRENCE A., JR. University of Texas Dallas, Texas JUAREZ, PHILIP Texas A. M. College San Antonio, Texas KEEVER, THOMAS F. Texas Tech College El Paso, Texas KELLENBERCER, EDWARD R. Iowa State University Abilene, Texas KELLY. JOSEPH PAT University of Notre Dame Victoria, Texas KENNEDY, ROBERT E. Colgate University El Paso, Texas KEPKE. CARLOS ERWIN University of Texas Dallas, Texas KERR, RAYMOND C. University of Oklahoma Oklahoma City, Oklahoma KESSEL, ROBERT E. Texas Western College El Paso, Texas KIDD, KENNETH M. University of Texas Houston, Texas KING, JOHN T. University of Texas Austin, Texas KIRKGARD, WILLIAM K. University of Texas Houston, Texas KLEINSCHMIDT, WILLIAM M. Texas Western College El Paso, Texas KNEESE, VICTOR S. University of Texas Dallas, Texas 40 KORTII, FRITZ ALAN Princeton University Fort Worth, TexasKYLE, HENRY C. Rice University San Marcos, Texas LACEY, ALONZO L., JR. University of Texas Corpus Christi, Texas LACY, DON D. Texas Tech College Lubbock, Texas LaCRONE, JAMES C. Texas A. M. College Carthage, Texas LANE, DAN W. Texas Tech College Stephenville, Texas LANE, SAM, JR. University of Texas Austin, Texas LAUGHLIN, SAM M., JR. Sul Ross State College Midland, Texas LAWSON, HARRY J. Rice University Houston, Texas LAWTY, THOMAS M. University of Texas Dallas, Texas LF.GRO, MONTA K. Southern Methodist University Houston, Texas LEMENS, ROBERT L. University of Texas Austin, Texas LEWALLEN, JO BETSY University of Texas Austin, Texas LINDLEY, RICHARD J.. JR. Sam Houston Stale College Houston, Texas LITTLE, HARVEY E. University of Texas Winters, Texas LONG, JERRY E. University of Texas Bastrop, Texas 41LYERLY, EUGENE R. University of Texas Dallas, Texas McBROOM, PAUL J. University of Texas Fort Worth, Texas McCORMACK, DANNY R. University of Texas Dallas, Texas McCreary, Robert c. University of Texas Longview, Texas McCulloch, william c. University of Texas Dallas, Texas McDonough, edward. jr. University of Notre Dame Galveston, Texas McKinney, ed w. Texas Christian University Austin, Texas McMURREY, ROBERT M. Yale University Houston, Texas McNEAL, WILLIAM W. University of Texas Austin, Texas MANN. WILLIAM RALPH Trinity University Lufkin, Texas MARCAK, BERNARD University of Texas Shiner, Texas MARSHALL, CHARLES D. Texas A. M. College Kingsville, Texas MARTIN, ERIC H. Wesleyan University Austin, Texas MARTIN, WILLIAM C., Ill Davidson College Longview, Texas MASTERS, WALTER F., JR. East Texas State College Commerce, Texas 42MATTHEWS, CUY EDWARD University of Texas Mont Belvieu, Texas MEDLEY, PAUL, JR. Southern Methodist University San Antonio, Texas METHVIN, GAYNELL C. Georgia Tech Beaumont, Texas MEYER, F. CHARLES, JR. University of Texas Devine, Texas MEYER. HENRY C. Texas Christian University Fort Worth, Texas MICL, JOHN J. University of Texas Flatonia, Texas MILLER, JAMES HIRAM Texas A. M. College Austin, Texas MILLER, LARRY L. Baylor University Greenville, Texas MILLER, THOMAS E. Texas A. M. Bryan, Texas MINGS, JOHN M. University of Texas Austin, Texas MONROE, JOHN H. Rice University Beeville, Texas MOORE, CAY LEE Texas Tech College Abilene, Texas MOORE, CERALD C. University of Texas Bangs, Texas MOORE, ROBERT L. Southern Methodist University Houston, Texas MORCAN, VANCE K. University of Oklahoma Bowie, Texas 43 MORTENSEN, GEORGE W. Texas A. I. Harlingen, Texas MULDROW, HAL K. University of Oklahoma Brownfield, Texas MURRAH, THOMAS W. University of Texas Marfa, Texas NEAL, HERSCHEL L. West Texas State College Amarillo, Texas NEAL, WILLIAM O. Hardin-Simmons Universitv Quanah, Texas NEILL, LESLIE M. University of Texas Tvler, Texas NEITIIERCUTT, MARCUS G. Baylor University Hobbs, New Mexico NELSON, HAROLD L. University of Texas Paris, Texas NEWMAN, STEVE M. University of Texas San Antonio, Texas NORDEMAN, KENNETH W. University of Texas Austin, Texas ODEN, JON T. Texas Tech College Amarillo, Texas OGDEN, RONNIE M. Southwestern University Marlin, Texas OLIVER, THOMAS W. University of Texas Houston, Texas PADDOCK, WILLIAM A. University of Texas Fort Worth, Texas PARKER, ROBERT M. University of Texas Hallsville, Texas 44PATMAN, PHILIP F. University of Texas Austin, Texas PATTERSON, DONALD R. Texas Tech College Overton, Texas PATTERSON, ROBERT GARY Texas A. I. Corpus Christi, Texas PERKINS, JAMES I. University of Texas Rusk, Texas PERKINS, JOHN C. University of Texas Huntsvile, Texas PHILLIPS, MARGARET E. University of Alabama Houston, Texas PHILLIPS, RICHARD W. University of Texas Houston, Texas PICKETT, EDWARD B. University of Texas Liberty, Texas POWER, WILLIAM H. University of Texas Tyler, Texas PULASKI, JOSEPH R. University of Oklahoma Houston, Texas RAATZ, CRETCHEN Trinity University Corpus Christi, Texas RAMSEY, JAMES S„ JR. University of Texas Kilgore, Texas RATLIFF, SHANNON H. University of Texas Eldorado, Texas REDDING, JAMES E. Southwestern University Victoria, Texas RICHARDS. ROBERT M. University of Texas Dallas, Texas 45ROCHA, ROCELIO C. University of Texas Laredo, Texas RODGERS, ROBERT S. Texas Tech College Lubbock, Texas ROCERS, HAMILTON P., JR. University of Texas Fort Worth, Texas RORSCHACH, DON J. University of Oklahoma Vinita, Oklahoma ROTH, CARL R. Lamar Tech College Port Arthur, Texas ROOSTH, NATHAN C. University of Texas Tyler, Texas RUTLEDGE, MORRIS E. Arlington State College Fort Worth, Texas SALINAS, HOMER Pan American College Mercedes, Texas SANDERS, FREDERICK A. Southwestern University Fort Worth, Texas SCHMIDT, DENNIS R. University of Texas Austin, Texas SCOTT, THOMAS P. University of Texas Coleman, Texas SHANNON, JOE, JR. University of Texas Fort Worth, Texas SHANNON, THOMAS C. University of Texas Fort Worth, Texas SHEARER, JIMMY H. University of Texas Palacios, Texas 46 SHEPPERD, ALFRED L. University of Texas Odessa, TexasSHORT, DAVID G. Texas Tech College Abilene, Texas SIMON, ROBERT J. Texas A. M. College San Antonio, Texas SJOSTROM, PETER Brown University Wethersfield, Connecticut SLOUCH, BOB D. Texas Tech College Andrews, Texas SMITH, JOHN C. Baylor University Orange, Texas SMITH, JESSEL STEPHEN University of Oklahoma Wharton, Texas SORRELL, STERLING N. University of Texas Laredo, Texas SPANGLER, CHARLES M. University of Alabama Houston, Texas SPENCER, JOHN University of Texas Austin, Texas SPINN, ROGER W. Sam Houston State Brenham. Texas STALEY, JOSEPH H., JR. Yale University Wichita Falls, Texas STEWART, CHARLES L. University of Texas Wills Point, Texas STEWART, JOHN M. University of Texas La Marque, Texas ST. JOHN, J. ALAN University of Texas Austin, Texas STROMBERCER, JOHN C. University of Texas San Antonio, Texas 47STUDDERT, JAMES P. University of Texas Houston. Texas SULLIVAN, DUNK A. University of Texas Centerville, Texas TAYLOR, DONALD H., Ill University of Texas Houston, Texas TAYLOR, WALTER J. University of Texas Lubbock. Texas TERRELL. THOMAS S. Rice University DeWitt, New York TESCH, ROGER I). Austin College Bellaire, Texas THOMPSON, JAMES F. University of Texas Wichita Falls, Texas THOMPSON, LARRY D. University of Texas Fort Worth, Texas THORNE, ROBERT D. Texas Western College El Paso, Texas THRASH, SCOTT N. University of Texas Lufkin, Texas TROUT, JUDSON L. University of Texas Bryan, Ohio TURNER, LAYNE R. Texas A. M. College Monahans, Texas UNDERWOOD, GREGORY L. University of Texas Bowie, Texas VANCE, MELINDA T. University of Texas Fort Worth, Texas VANCE, WILLIAM R. Texas A. M. College Bryan, Texas 48VOCELSANC, CURRY H. University of Texas San Antonio, Texas WADE, FRED R. Texas Christian University Henderson, Texas WAGNER, FORREST W. University of Texas New Braunfels, Texas WATSON, REGINALD E. University of Texas Dallas, Texas WEBB, CARY B. Rice University Houston, Texas WEBSTER, DAN G. Texas Tech College Dallas, Texas WEED, RAY A. Texas Tech College Lubbock, Texas WEINTRAUB, JOHN M. Tulane University Houston, Texas WEIR. WARREN N. Columbia University Abilene, Texas c VARNER, DARRELL W. Abilene Christian College Abilene, Texas VENABLE, ROBERT A. University of Texas Amarillo, Texas VENZA, JAMES R. University of St. Thomas Beaumont, Texas WALDMAN, HOWARD J. University of Texas Houston, Texas WALLACE, WILLIAM H. Tufts University Washington, D.C. WATSON, JIM A. University of Texas Rotan, Texas 49WELLS, FRANCIS S. University of Texas Edna, Texas WHITCOMB, THOMAS L. University of Texas Houston, Texas WHITWORTH. DAIN P. University of Texas Pasadena, Texas WILHITE, GEORGE W. University of Texas Austin, Texas WILKINSON, JOHN B. University of Texas Austin, Texas WILSON, ABRAHAM S. University of Texas Laredo, Texas WINN, EMMETT B. University of Alaska Austin, Texas WINTER, JOHN W. University of Texas San Antonio, Texas WITHERSPOON, JOSEPH P., Ill Princeton University Austin, Texas WOODS, RONALD C. University of Texas Pampa, Texas WOODWARD, JOE L. University of Texas Temple, Texas YARBROUGH, DONALD B. University of Texas Lancaster, Texas YUDESIS, BENJAMIN M. Texas A. M. College San Benito, Texas ZIMMERMAN, DONALD L. Texas Tech College Hereford, Texas 50Jirat $par £ tui)pnt0 Nat irturpii (Classification Based on Number of Hours as of September 15,1961) James H. Albright Brooks Alexander Ted Allmond Miguel Alvarez Boss T. Anderson Fred N. Ankenman Charles Bailey William Bailey Ben Barnes Thomas II. Barnett John Bible George C. Black David Boles Joyce Bouldin Mercer Woody Bouldin Richard T. Bouldin John A. Bradshaw Norman Brady Jim Brannon Ruben Candelaria Juan Cantu Stanley Carruth Ccorge L. Carver John Celv J. Blair Cherry, Jr. John E. Clark William M. Coats Jerry D. Conner Walter F. Conrad William E. Cook Merlyn I). Cooper Dale Cosncr Larry Craddock Robert Craft Tom Crum Elza Tom Curtis Edward Daugherty Ralph Daugherty William C. Davidson John Lee Davis David A. Dickey Terry Dill James Dohertv A. V. Drake John Drolla, Jr. Robert D. Earp Joel C. Elliott J. Harrell Feldt Ernest E. Figari, Jr. Laurence S. Fischman Robert E. Freeman Henry O. Cctchell Wayne Gibbens Jon D. Gooch Roger L. Gorrell Cecil Granger David N. Gray James Grcvclle Tom II. Guin Donald Hahn Frank Harvick Alan Havnes Carol Hill Claude Hodge, Jr. Dennis Hollo Donnie C. Horton Sigmund Horvitz Jerry Lee Hughes Mae J. Hunt Robert Hyatt J. C. Jarrett Bobby Johnson Samuel Johnson Robert D. Jones Richard H. Kelsey Michael Klein Bruce R. Knapp William H. LaFont William Laughlin Sherman Lcnning, Jr. John Link Ronald E. Luna Oliver B. McClellan Marion McDaniel, Jr. William E. McKay Gene McKenzie William McWhorter Charles Macleod Ncilvn Maloney Roger Mannschreck Edgar Marston Patricia Mathis Mickey W. Maxwell Michael May Mary Kay Miller Gus Mutschcr Thomas H. Nance Thomas II. Nation Thomas Newman Jesus Ochoa Billy Pavne Conrado Pena John Pettit Bernard Pivonka Lee Roger Ratliff Thomas B. Renfro John Rienstra Gerhard Riehle Robert B. Rincr Charles Robertson, III Burt Rutledge Arthur Sehcchter Thomas G. Sharpe Rov G. Shivers Andrew J. Shuval James M. Simons Robert C. Slagle, III Rex Spivey Irwin Steinhorn Valton Sudderth John T. Suggs, Jr. Joe F. Taylor Thomas S. Terrell Gordon C. Thomson Jimmie Todd Joseph E. Townsend Rol ert W. Turner Billy N. Walker Joseph B. Willis Glenn Winship, Jr. William G. Woodford Henry K. Woodward Hugh M. Wright Kenneth Yarbrough Ivan B. Ycrger Louis T. Zimmerman 51Hft-Siatus HARRY GEE ROBERT C. MOORE MARION JACK BOUCHERS Vice-President President Secretary-Treasurer The law is not only an intellectual pursuit, one which trains the mind to be quick and perceptive and sinks deep roots in the modes and history of human thought and experience, but it is a sophisticating pursuit and leads a student far beyond the confines of jurisprudence. Each class assumes a greater responsibility and a more difficult task as it advances in seniority each year. Those of the graduating class have a vast new world before them with its newness and almost unlimited opportunities. For the mid-law student the next step is not so large, yet there is a step. Every member of every class must take the step with an increasing awareness of his duties that lie may be prepared for the greater strides he may desire to attempt during his career. 52ADELMAN, FRANK J. University of Pennsylvania San Antonio, Texas ALBIN, ARTHUR University of Colorado Dallas, Texas ANDREWS, KEN University of Texas Craham, Texas ANDREWS. ROBERT L.. JR. Texas A. M. College Mineral Wells, Texas ARMER, WILLIAM M. Southern Methodist University Houston, Texas BAERNSTEIN, SAUL W. Dartmouth College Houston, Texas BARBER, PERRY O., JR. University of Texas Colorado City, Texas BARLOW, JAMES B. Texas A. M. College Ft. Worth, Texas BARRETT, JOHN A. University of Kansas Austin, Texas BELL, JOHN L. University of Texas Beaumont, Texas BENSON, GERALD W. University of Texas Dallas, Texas BERRY, BUFORD P. University of Texas Archer City, Texas 53BIESEL, JERRY W. University of Texas Dallas, Texas BORCHERS, MARION JACK University of Texas Yoakum, Texas BOWNDS, BILL W. University of Texas Lubbock, Texas BRATTON, EDWARDS B. University of Texas Austin, Texas BRISCOE, JAMES P. University of Texas Alvin, Texas BROWNING, DAVID S. University of Texas Austin, Texas BRUNS, JOE HENRY University of Texas Austin, Texas CANDISH, DAVID J. Southern Methodist University Dallas, Texas CASEY, BOB, JR. University of Texas Houston, Texas CEZEAUX, PHILIP C. University of Texas Humble, Texas CHAVEZ-CAMACHO, MELCIIOR University of Texas Harlingen, Texas 54 CHERTKOV, BOREN L. University of Michigan Dallas, TexasCLAYTON, JOE D. University of Texas Tulia, Texas CLEVELAND, DAVID C. University of Texas Stephenville, Texas COFFEY, ROBERT L. University of Texas Freeport, Texas CONNALLY, TOM A. University of Texas Houston, Texas CREWS, FRANK T., JR. Princeton University Amarillo, Texas CULPEPPER. JOHN C., JR. University of Texas College Station, Texas DOUGLAS, JOHN W. University of Texas Houston, Texas DOYLE, PATRICK T. Lamar Tech College Port Arthur, Texas DWYER. JOHN R. Texas Western College El Paso, Texas DYER, CURTIS B. University of Texas Corpus Christi, Texas EDENS, RODERICK T., JR. University of Texas Austin, Texas L. EDWARDS, CECIL A., JR. U.S. Naval Academy Edinburg, Texas 55EVANS, JAMES A., JR. University of Texas Hallcttsville, Texas FANN, LAURENCE E. Texas A. M. College Houston, Texas FINK, LOWELL S. University of Texas Houston, Texas FLANAGAN, CHRISTIE S. University of Notre Dame Port Arthur, Texas FOSTER. CHARLES L., JR. University of Kansas Kingsville, Texas FOUTCH, JAMES R. Creighton University Shenandoah, Iowa FURMAN, WILLIAM MICHAEL Texas Western College El Paso, Texas CAGE, GERALD DAVID University of Texas Baytown, Texas GALLAGHER, JAMES L. University of Texas Bellaire, Texas GARDNER, H. LAWRENCE, JR. University of Texas Houston, Texas GEE, HARRY, JR. Rice University Houston, Texas 56 GIBBS, LARRY B. Yale University New York, N.Y.GILLESPIE, CAMPBELL H., Ill University of Texas Sherman, Texas CLASPY, BILL M. University of Texas Ennis, Texas CRABER, ALLAN L. University of Texas Galveston, Texas GRESHAM. JOHN K. Sam Houston State Austin, Texas GRIFFITH. RICHARD L. University of Oklahoma Dallas, Texas CRINSTEAD, S. TEVIS University of Texas Houston, Texas GUNN, CARL D. University of Texas Ft. Worth, Texas HARALSON, D. DALE Hardin-Simmons University Abilene, Texas HARDIN, SANDERS L. University of Texas Houston, Texas HARPER, JACK H. Colgate University Austin, Texas HENSON, WALTER TOM University of Texas Dalhart, Texas 57 HIBLER, PRENTIS O. University of Texas West Columbia, TexasHOLLOWAY, GORDON A. University of Texas Dallas, Texas HOOD, JOE T. Texas Tech College Midland, Texas HOUSER, CORDON W. University of Texas Austin, Texas HOWELL, DONALD L. Baylor University Waco, Texas HUDSPETH, JAMES RAY Texas Western College El Paso, Texas HUSTACE, CEDRIC Texas Western College Austin, Texas ISAACKS, HUBERT P. Texas A. M. College Winnie, Texas IRSFELD, NICK A. University of Texas Austin, Texas JARVIS, ROBERT GLENN Rice University San Benito, Texas JEFFERSON, JOHN R. Texas A. M. College Beaumont, Texas JOHNSON, HENRY D., Ill Stanford University Roswell, New Mexico JOHNSON. KENNETH H. University of Texas Houston, Texas 58JOHNSON, MICHAEL T. Southwestern University Bay City, Texas JOHNSON, RICHARD N. Southern Methodist University Dallas, Texas JONES, JIM C. Tulane University Corpus Christi, Texas JOPLIN, J. MIKE Texas Tech College Littlefield, Texas KEETON, RICHARD PACE University of Texas Austin, Texas KELLY, WILLIAM CARROLL, JR. University of Texas Freer, Texas KELLY. WILLIAM FRANKLIN Stanford University Houston, Texas KELSALL, SAMUEL, IV University of Texas Houston, Texas KLEIN, KEITH E. University of Texas San Antonio, Texas KLEIN, MICHAEL LEE University of Texas Austin, Texas KNAPP, FRANK J., JR. University of Texas Houston, Texas KREIMEYER, JAMES H. Sam Houston State El Paso, Texas 59KRIST, RONALD DAVID University of Texas Midland, Texas LANE, ROBERT B. Southern Methodist University Clifton, Texas LE BLEU, JONATHAN L. University of Texas Houston, Texas LEGGETT, DAVID A. University of Texas Midland, Texas LEVY, LAWRENCE I. University of Michigan Houston, Texas LEVY, ROBERT C., II University of Texas Houston. Texas LIPPINCOTT, LAURENCE L. University of Virginia Galveston, Texas LUCAS, JERRY B. Southern Illinois University Kankakee, Illinois McClellan, jack b. University of Texas Waco, Texas McIntyre, Robert h. University of Texas Austin, Texas McNEILL, WILLIAM ALAN University of Texas Beaumont, Texas 60 MACMANUS, CHARLES J. University of Texas Corpus Christi, TexasMAHAFFEY, JOHN MICHAEL University of Texas Corpus Christi, Texas MANN, LAWRENCE A. University of Texas Laredo, Texas MANN, PHILLIP L. University of Texas Alva, Oklahoma MARTIN, DONALD C. Kansas State Teachers College Austin, Texas MARTIN, DOROTHY Texas Christian University Marshall, Texas MARTIN, CREC N. University of Texas Austin, Texas MATTHEWS, WILLIAM E. University of Texas Houston, Texas MEYERS, ANITA University of Texas Childress, Texas MILLER, C. RAY, JR. University of Texas Katy, Texas MILLS, TOMMIE JOE University of Texas Brownxvood, Texas MOEHLMAN, MICHAEL S. Harvard University Austin, Texas MONROE. W. BRUCE Texas Christian University Midland, Texas 61MONTGOMERY, LARRY K. Texas Christian University Fort Worth, Texas MOORE, HARVIN C., JR. Rice University Houston, Texas MOORE, ROBERT T. Duke University Dallas, Texas MOORE, WILLIAM C. Southern Methodist University Houston, Texas MORRIS, EMMY DePauw University Westfield. New Jersey MORRIS, THOMAS A. University of Colorado Austin, Texas MOSER, WILLIAM B., JR. University of Texas Bcevillc, Texas MURPHY, MICHAEL G. Southern Methodist University Houston. Texas MYERS, LARRY G. Texas A. M. College Groves, Texas NARANJO, DAN A. University of Texas San Antonio, Texas NEAL, JAMES W. University of Texas Austin, Texas 62 NEILL, RONALD L. Stephen F. Austin College Tyler, TexasNEISIC, RUSSELL W. Texas A. M. College Humble, Texas NELMS, JOHN R. Texas A. M. College Dallas, Texas NIKSCH, HAROLD VV. Oklahoma A. M. Odessa, Texas NIXON, WILLIAM S. Rice University Del Rio, Texas NORTON, C. CARY Rice University Houston, Texas NORVELL, LIPSCOMB Southern Methodist University Austin, Texas NOWLIN, JAMES R. Trinity University San Antonio, Texas NUNLEY, RICHARD K. University of Texas Odessa, Texas OAKES, JOHN M. Texas Christian University Amarillo, Texas OXFORD, HUBERT III Texas A. M. College Beaumont, Texas PATRICK, JOHN W. University of Oklahoma Houston, Texas PENNINGTON, OLIVER Rice University Webster, Texas 63PEYTON, NORMAN C. Texas Western College El Paso, Texas PHACAN, JIMMIE R. Texas Christian University Perry ton, Texas PHELAN, CLEATUS M. Sul Ross State College Lcvclland, Texas PHELPS, JUDSON IE. JR. University of Texas San Antonio, Texas POWELL. ROCER T. University of Texas Taft, Texas POWELL. VERNE E. University of Texas Hereford, Texas PRICE, RAYFORD University of Texas Frankston, Texas RANSON, JAMES F. University of Kansas Wichita, Kansas RATLIFF. L. MICKEY, JR. University of Texas Littlefield, Texas RICE, WILLIAM C., JR. Florida Southern College Houston, Texas RICHARDS, ROBERT Texas Tech College Austin, Texas 64 ROLOFF, M. LYNN University of Texas Victoria, TexasROZZELL, JEAN E. University of Texas Harlingen, Texas SANFORD, VERNON T., JR. University of Texas Austin, Texas SANSINC, CHARLES MACK University of Texas Higgins, Texas SCHMIDT, WILLIAM E. University of Texas New Braunfels, Texas SCHROEDER, WILLIAM H., JR. University of Texas Lockhart, Texas SCOGGINS, RALPH W. Texas Western College El Paso, Texas SCHUTZE, EUGENE W. University of Texas Austin, Texas SIDES, JACK D., JR. University of Texas Dallas, Texas SMITH. THOMAS T. University of Texas Austin, Texas SPANN, ROY J. University of Texas Houston, Texas SPARKS, SAM University of Texas Austin, Texas SPOOR. DAVID CHARLES University of Texas Austin, Texas 65STEELMAN, JOE W. Southwest Missouri State Springfield, Missouri STOVER, SIDNEY S. University of Texas Dallas, Texas STUBBEMAN, DAVID G. Southern Methodist University-Midland, Texas SULLIVAN, SELBY W. Rice University Houston, Texas SULLIVANT, WILLIAM B. University of Texas Gainesville, Texas SWEARINGEN, GARLAND F. University of Texas Jasper, Texas TALKINCTON, FRED M. Texas Western College Fort Worth, Texas TATE, MILTON YORK, JR. University of Texas Giddings, Texas TEKELL, KENNETH LEE University of Texas Corsicana, Texas TIN NELL, ROBERT W. University of Texas Corpus Christi, Texas TOMLIN, W. DALTON Texas Christian University Fort Worth, Texas 66 TYLER, BOBBY S. Texas Christian University Fort Worth, TexasVANCE, ESTIL A., JR. Yale University Fort Worth, Texas VAN METER, JOHNNIE C. West Texas State College Vega, Texas WADE, JEROME K. Rice University Bellairc, Texas WALLACE, EDCAR A. Washington Lee University Houston, Texas WALTER, JACK E. Texas Tech College Lubbock. Texas WARD, SAMUEL DAVID Southern Methodist University Houston, Texas WHITE, CHARLES M. University of Texas Tvler, Texas WHEAT, JOE FRANKLIN University of Texas Houston, Texas WILBUR. WARREN A., Ill Babson Institute Morristown, New Jersey WOMBLE, BILLY R. Texas Tech College Stinnett, Texas WUESTE, WARD W., JR. University of Texas Eagle Pass, Texas 67Mtii-Bjaiu S tuiipnt0 Hot fltrturei) (Classification Based on Number of Hours as of September 15,1961) Dan Abbott John E. Bagalay, Jr. Ellen Belcher Henry H. Bettis. II Willie Binion, III James Bradley Marvin Brown, III David Carmichael Bradv Coleman Charles A. Dickerson Carl C. Donovan David Dunn John Fainter, Jr. William M. Claspy Herbert Haschke David llilburn Chester F. Hunt William II. January Marcial Knapp Robert L. Lewis Timniie R. McGregor Frank E. McClain Mario Martinez Robert Millard Eli Minton William D. Mount John Neilson George A. Olson Tannic Pizzitola, Jr. Philip R. Presse John W. Pruitt William M. Rogers Harold Schmidt Michael II. Sebastian Joe M. Sebesta Claxton Seely Mary F. Simpson James R. Sorrell, Jr. Jay R. Sorrell Murth Sprague Harry W. Stafford Douglas B. Stone Terry E. Stork William X. Sunshine David L. Tate Willis T. Taylor Joel Tinker William F. Turman John C. Turner, Jr. William M. Webb Williams Wells Paul S. West Marion Whitehead Roy Whitehead Billy Wiley Ceorge G. Polk, Jr. Thomas E. Wood Construction Begins on Expansion of Townes Hall 68irumrs JIMMY D. IVY RAY GENE SMITH MALLORY L. MILLER, JR. Vice President President Secretary-Treasurer For most of the seniors, their tenure as law students has been three years. In some respects these have been the longest three years in their lives, but in other respects they hardly were able to keep track of the fleeting time. They have been the most important three years in their lives because they have opened the door to the future. Along with the many diverse subjects, along with the extensive instructions, the senior received much more. Words such as honor, character, integrity and leadership take on new meaning. These concepts have almost become living things; their development and importance arc second to none. With the legal knowledge of where to find the law, these qualities will enable the senior to take his place in the legal profession, to make a l ettcr world, and help to aid our fellow man, because we know that the law is the last result of human wisdom acting upon human experience for the benefit of mankind. 69ADAMS, L. MONEY, JR. University of Texas Austin, Texas Phi Delia Phi ADKINS. BERT B. University of Texas Houston, Texas Phi Della Phi Xalional Moot Corn I Team Chancellor! Law Review, Attociate Tailor ALLMOND, TED R. University of Texas Houston, Texas Moot Court I MW Day Committee Chairman, Election Commission ALSUP, WILLIAM D. University of Texas Corpus Christi, Texas Praetors Intramural All Star Football Team ALWORTH. LEE C. University of Texas Austin, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Legal Research Hoard ANDRUS, JACK L., JR. University of Texas Houston, Texas Phi Delta Phi I a-gal Aid AMIS, ROBERT W. University of Oklahoma Dallas, Texas Phi Alpha Della ARTHUR, ROBERT H. Texas Tech College Austin, Texas Praetors 70AUSTIN, CRAIG L. North Texas State University Lubbock, Texas Phi Delta Phi Ixgal A U iMU'Scienee Club Honor Council Quizmaster (Uriel Writing) aycock, Robert rex Texas Tech College Tulia, Texas Praetors BAILEY, WILLIAM J. University of Texas Marfa, Texas Phi Alpha Delta BAKER, MALCOLM C. University of Texas Houston, Texas BARR AS, RICHARD A. Texas A. M. College Port Arthur, Texas Phi Alpha Delta BARTON, BILL W. Texas Tech College Phillips, Texas Praetors Inns oj Court BARTON, JACK Q. University of Texas Corpus Christi, Texas Praetors BERRY, WILLIAM C. Austin College Sherman, Texas Outstanding First Year IMte Student (Imu■ Day) Honor Hull Praetors 71BLACK, RICHARD E. University of Texas Austin, Texas Phi Delta Phi Law Review, Attociatc Editor Intramural Co-Chairman BLACKSTOCK. RONALD L. University of Texas Graham, Texas Moot Court Law Day Committee hint of Court BOWERS, PETER A. Harvard University Houston, Texas BRADFORD, JAMES W., JR. University of Texas Angleton, Texas Phi Delta Phi BRANDON, JAMES E. North Texas State Farmersville, Texas Phi Alpha Delta BRANTON, JAMES L. University of Texas Cisco, Texas Honor Roll Phi Delta Phi Law Review, Associate Editor Student Court, Chief Justieo Honor Roll BROOKS. HENRY T. University of Texas Houston, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Honor Council Texas Law Forum Moot Court Law Bachelors Iwgal Aid Law Day Committee Irtnt of Court BROOKS, J. TEDD University of Texas Mercedes, Texas Praetors 72BROWN, RAYMOND R. University of Texas San Antonio, Texas Inns oI Court CAVE, FRANK A. University of Texas Plainview, Texas Phi Alpha Delta BUCHNER. DONALD R. Texas A. M. College Follett, Texas Prat tort BUTLER, IRA, JR. Texas Christian University Fort Worth, Texas CARDENAS. JOSE I. Texas A. M. College Weslaco, Texas Praetors CHACRA, LEE A. Texas Western El Paso, Texas Phi Della Phi Chancellor Review, Associate Editor Outstanding Mid-Law Student A ward Chief Justice, Student Court Consul Award Legal Research, Organizational Chairman Inns of Court Quizmaster Honor Roll Board of Governors Award CHAPMAN, CEORCE C. University of Texas Amarillo, Texas Phi Delta Phi Law Review. Editor-in-chief Herbert L. Smith Award Honor Roll Lord Scholarship Winner Consul Award Permanent Class Officer CHRISTIAN, JO ANNE Texas Christian University Austin, Texas Kappa Bela Pi Portia Attendant 73CHRISTIE, GEORGE F. North Texas State College DeLeon, Texas Piatlort IReview, Associate Editor legal Aid Honor Roll Quizmaster CLARK, HARLEY University of Texas Austin, Texas F riars Sltnlentt Associalirm, President Mike Flynn Award COLE. PHILIP T. Texas Western El Paso. Texas Jxav Review, Associate Editor Ixgal Aid Honor Roll CONN, CEORGE D. University of Texas Beaumont, Texas Delta Theta Phi Moe,t Court Intramural All Star Fe e thall Team lx gal Aid Senior ('tats President Board o Governort CONNERY, DAVID B. University of Texas Midland, Texas Moot Court lx gal Aid CONOVER, WILLIAM VAN, University of Texas Houston, Texas Phi Alpha Delta COOKSEY, FRANK C. University of Texas Austin, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Friars Student Association. President Moot Court COPELAND, JOHN W. University of Texas Fort Worth, Texas Phi Delta Phi Ijsw Bachelors Quizmaster Moot Court Intramural All Star Football Team 74CORTEZ, H. GLENN University of Texas Harlingen, Texas Praetors CRANZ, WILLIAM P. University of Texas Fort Worth, Texas Delta Theta Phi lagal Aid laic Science Club Moot Court Term late Forum Intramural All Star Footl'all Team late Day Committee CREAMER, WANDA E. Texas Western College El Paso, Texas Kapf.-a Beta Pi, Chancellor Tetai law Forum. Editorial Aut. late Day Committee legal Research Board CURRY, DOYLE W. University of Texas Mexia, Texas Praetors Inns of Court Elec that Commission la gal Aid late Day Committee DAVIS, DEE J. Baylor University-Big Spring, Texas law Bachelors Dicta Staff lauScience Cluh Inns of Court DAVIS, TOM M. University of Texas Houston, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Moot Court Texas law Forum DAWSON, JOHN C., JR. Washington Lee University Houston, Texas Phi Delta Phi, F.rche }uer law Review, Associate Editor DAWSON. ROBERT H. University of Texas Austin, TexasDENNY, SAMUEL A. Rice University Fort Worth, Texas Phi Delta Phi. CUrk Ijxtv Review, Associate Editor Quizmaster DIXIE, GEORCE C. Southern Methodist University Dallas, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Moot Court DuBOSE, DAVID C. University of Houston Houston, Texas Phi Alpha Della, V'i v President Juno Bachelor! Lour Review Candidate DUNLAP, II. CRAYDON University of Texas Houston, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Honor Roll Intramural All Star Football Team EBLF.N, WILLIAM E., JR. Texas Tech College Paducah, Texas Praetort Election Commission EDWARDS. ROBERT E. Texas A. M. College Marlin, Texas Praetort Iruu ol Court EHRLICH. HERBERT Texas Western College El Paso, Texas Legal Aid FALLS, ROBERT C. University of Texas Austin, Texas Phi Delta Phi Honor RollFASSNIDCE, WARNER F. Trinity University San Antonio, Texas Tmw Baehelort law-Science Club, Treasltrer Legal Hr search £.'• said Imw Day Committee Inns of Court FITZGERALD, BILL University of Texas Orange, Texas Legal Aid FLOREY, TULLY R. East Texas State Mt. Pleasant, Texas Phi Delta Phi law Review, Catenate Editor Chancellor-At-Large Honor Roll GANDY, TAYLOR University of Texas Valley Mills, Texas Phi Alpha Delta, Clerk law Review, A-wxiate Editor Intramural All Star Football, 60, law School Assemblyman Heard of Governors l-rgnl Aid Intramural Bridge Champion GIESBER, FRANK W. Texas Lutheran College LaCrange, Texas Phi Delta Phi Inns of Court GIPSON, RAY A. University of Texas Victoria, Texas Phi Delta Phi Law Review, Associate Editor Chancellorat-large Quizmaster CLAN DON, ROGER L. West Texas State Canyon, Texas Phi Delta Phi Legal Aid Scarborough Scholarship Award GRAF. DON L. University of Illinois Springfield. 111. Imw Review, Candidate Legal A id 77GREEN, EDWARD H. University of Notre Dame Beaumont, Texas Delta Theta Phi GROSSMAN, CARY S. University of Texas Houston, Texas Phi Delta Phi Law Review. Associate Editor Honor Count it GUEST, FLOYD E., JR. Duke University Houston, Texas Delta Theta Phi, Pretident Moot Court lx gal Aid GUTIERREZ, ROMAN East Texas State Laredo, Texas HACLE, GEORGE H. Yale University Houston, Texas Phi Delta Phi Moot Court, Betl Uriel 1961 Mior Council, Senior Imw Review, Aisoeiale Editor hint of Court HAM, DONALD R. University of Texas Sweeny, Texas Praetors late Day Committee Inns of Court HAMILTON. BENJAMIN N. University of Texas Port Arthur, Texas Phi Delta Phi Imw Review. Candidate Moot Court Inns of Court HARRIS, BELVIN R. University of Texas Austin, Texas Praetors Student Assistarit Inns of Court 78HARRIS, CLIFTON D. University of Texas Corpus Christi, Texas Praetors Intramural All Star Soft trail Team. 61 HENSLEE, LEE W. University of Texas Austin, Texas Phi Della Phi Law Review, Candidate Honor Roll Ex-Students Atso. Scholarship I aw Day Committee HERZOG, FRANK C. Yale University Houston, Texas Phi Alpha Delta ■Perettrinus. A no. Editor, HIGGINS, THOMAS E. University of Texas McAllen, Texas HILL, JEROME, IV Washington Lee University Houston, Texas I jaw Bachelors, Chief Chancellor, Baron Chancellor of the Exchequer Ijatv Day Committee fwgal Eagles Inns of Court Graduate Student HITT, J. CAHILL University of Texas Austin, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Moot Court, Finalist Moot Court Board Law Review, Associate Editor Honor Council, Mid-Law Board of Governors Award Student Foundation Award Honor Roll HOLSTEAD, JOHN B. Louisiana Tech Ruston, La. Praetors Board of Governors I aw School Assemblyman Honor Council, Senior Legal Research Board. Director I aw Bachelors, Officer Consul Award HOPE, RUBEN W. University of Texas Houston, Texas Phi Delta PhiHOWELL. EDWARD S. Stanford University Houston, Texas Phi Delta Phi Jmv Review, Associate Editor Quizmaster Honor Roll HUNT, TANNER T. University of Texas Beaumont, Texas Law-Science Club Ixgal Aid Townes Exemplary Intramural Athlete Award HURN, WILLIAM T. University of Texas Rankin, Texas Praetors IRBY, A. HOLT Texas Tech College Fort Worth, Texas Praetors, President Inns of Court, Chairman for Lincoln's Inn lx gal Aid Student Assistant IVY. JIMMY D. University of Texas Friona, Texas Phi Alpha Delta, Historian Senior Class, Vice President Mid-Ixtw Class, Vice President National Moos Court Team Moot Court Board Law Bachelors Board of Governors Ixgal Aid Ixtw Day Committee Consul Award JETER, THOMAS C., JR. University of Texas Refugio, Texas Delta Theta Phi JOHNSON, JAMES C. University of Oklahoma Broken Bow, Oklahoma Phi Delta Phi Chancellors Inns of Court. Program Co-Chairman Ixtw Review, Associate Editor National Mo's! Court Team Ixtw School Assemblyman Board of Governors Quizmaster JOHNSON, RAYMOND R. Harvard College Ottumwa, Iowa 80JOHNSON, ROY B. University of Texas Morton, Texas Student Assistant (Dr. Smith) Intramural Basketball All Star Team JONES, WALTER S. University of Texas Ennis, Texas JUDD, ARDON B. Denison University Houston, Texas Innt of Court KARKOWSKY, JAY J. University of Texas Pasadena, Texas Phi Delta Phi Is gal Aid KEELING, JOHN R. University of Texas Corpus Christi, Texas KENDALL, TERRENCE C. University of Texas Austin, Texas Praetors Law Bachelors, Treasurer Peregrinus. Associate Editor Mid-Law Class, Vice President Board of Governors Moot Court Innt of Court Law Day Committee KILCARLIN, WILLIAM W. University of Houston Houston, Texas fj'gal Eagles KING, JOHN L. Texas Tech College Tahoka, Texas Delta Theta Phi lu-gal Research Board, Atso. Director Moot Court I mu' Bachelors huts of Court Law-Science Club 81KUHN, ROBERT J. Texas A. M. College Paige, Texas Prat tors LATCH FORD, DAVID R. Southwest Texas State Wimberley, Texas Phi Delta Phi I-aw Review, Candidate Legal Aid LEEKA, JACK K. Southern Methodist University Austin, Texas Phi Alpha Delta LESLIE. DONALD S. Texas Western College El Paso, Texas Della Theta Phi Legal Aid Mid-Laic C att, Secretary-Treasurer Laic Bachelors Board o Governors Inns of Court LEWIS, J. FURMAN Rice University Fort Worth, Texas Phi Delta Phi Outstanding Mid-Law, Earning substantial part of expenses Law Bachelors Scholarship Award LONG, HARRY S. University of Texas Marshall, Texas Phi Delta Phi Mid-Ijxw Scholastic Achievement t uswi LENZ, MARVIN RAY University of Texas Taylor, Texas LOVE, DONALD University of Texas Dallas, TexasLUNA, JOSEPH RICHARD Rice University Eagle Lake, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Law Science Club Law Bachelors LYLES, JULIAN K., JR. Southwestern University Austin, Texas SalionaI Chairman of the Medico-Ixgal Committee of the American Law Student Association Board of Governors Peregrimts, Editor 1962 Phi Alpha Delta Speakers Committee. Chairman Dicta Staff; Inns of Court AISA Delegate 61.62 Texas I mu’ forum, editorial Editor iMu Scicnec Club. Vice President Honor Council. Senior. Acting Chairman Intramural All Star Basketball Team. 9 Intramural All Star Softball Team, 60, 61 law Day Committee Co-Chairman Student Assistant (Dr. Smith) Quizmaster (Brief Writing) Lour Bachelors Consul Award McADAMS, BETTYE JO University of Texas Austin, Texas Peregrinus, Feature Editor Law Day Committee Dicta Staff Inns of Court McCarty, joel b., jr. University of Texas Houston, Texas Phi Alpha Delta McCarthy, thomas a., jr. Montana State University Phoenix, Arizona McCLURK, CHARLES RAY Southwestern State College Clinton, Oklahoma Phi Alpha Delta. Justice, Treasurer Honor Council; Freshman Board of Governors Student Bar Association, Vice President ALSA Delegate iMw-Science Club Intramural Bridge Champion Moot Court Consul Award McConnell, pihlip i. University of Texas Houston, Texas Phi Alpha Delta McCREA, VICTOR C., JR. University of Notre Dame Midland, Texas Phi Alpha Delta I a-gal Aid S3McCullough, mike Baylor University Goldthwaite, Texas Phi Delia Phi Ijxw Review, Associate Editor Board of Governors Law-Science Club McDADE. THOMAS R. University of Texas Houston, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Ijtw Review, Candidate Intramural All Star Softball Team. 59-61 Intramural All Star Football Team Student Assistant to the Dean Election Commission Honor Roll Consul Award McGinnis, bill j. Texas Tech College Lubbock, Texas Delta Theta Phi Peregriruu, Business Manager Intramural Co-Chairman Inns of Court Moot Court Tergal Aid Legal Research Board Consul Award McQUICC, JOHN D. Denison University San Antonio, Texas Phi Alpha Delta, President Terat Law Forum, Founder and Editor Board of Governors Consul Award MALEY, KARL A. University of Texas Austin, Texas MASHBURN. JAMES A. University of Texas Midland, Texas MATTHEWS, EUGENE University of Texas Houston, Texas Inns of Court Honor Council. Senior MEADOWS. CURTIS W., JR. University of Texas Dallas. Texas 84MENDELSOHN, LES S. University of Texas San Antonio, Texas MOHUNDRO. CHARLES W. North Texas State College Ferris, Texas Phi Della Phi Moot Court Moot Court Board Is gal Research Board, Associate Director legislation, Highest Grade Inns ol Court Law-Science Club Honor Roll. 60, 61 MIDDLEBROOK, SAMUEL University of Texas Eola, Texas Phi Delta Phi Mid-law Scholastic Achievement Award law Review, Candidate MILLER, KENNETH T. University of Texas West Helena, Arkansas Phi Alpha Delta Texas law Forurn. Editor-in-chief Board of Governors law Day Committee Co-Chairman Moot Court Consul Award MILLER, MALLORY L.. JR. Texas Western College El Paso, Texas Board of Governors Senior Clan, Secretary-Treasurer Inns of Court Moot Court Law Bachelors Consul Award MOORE, OTHA L., JR. University of Texas San Antonio, Texas Delta Theta Phi MOORE, ROBERT C. Texas Tech College Denver City, Texas Phi Della Phi Mid-Law Clast. President Inns of Court Moot Court Legal Aid Speakers Committee, Chairman Social Committee, Chairman lx gal Research Board. Asso. Director Board ol Governors Law-Science Club Ixttv Day Committee Intramural All Star Basketball. 60 Intramural All Star Softball, 61 Consul Award Honor Roll MORGAN, DON B. University of Texas Austin, Texas Honor Roll Percgrinus, Photographer. 61, 62 Inns of Court 85MORRIS, RICHARD W. University of Texas Fort Worth, Texas Phi Alpha Delta MYERS, MICHAEL A. University of Texas Olney, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Moot Court NEEL, JAMES M. University of Texas Edinburg, Texas Phi Delta Phi lit Year Clan, President Board of Governors Law Review, Associate Editor Quizmaster Chancellor Dicta Staff Inns of Court Honor Roll NICHOLS, REX A. University of Texas Austin, Texas Phi Alpha Delta 1st Year Class, Vice President Retard of Governors Intramural All Star Basketball Team. 60. 61 NIEMANN, LARRY University of Texas Austin, Texas Phi Alpha Delta, Clerk Law Bachelors, President Peregrinus, Subscriptions iMoot Court Slate Bar Team Moot Court Board, Chairman lutw-Seience Club Consul Award Quizmaster (Brief Writing) PALMROS, ALEX University of Texas Fort Worth, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Iwgal Aid PARKER, JAMES A. Rice University Houston, Texas Phi Delta Phi, President law Review, Article Editor Honor Council, Mid-Law Chancellors Quizmaster Inns of Court Consul Award PECK. JOSEPH H., JR. University of Texas Ralls, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Friars Moot Court 86PEREL, STEVE University of Texas Victoria, Texas Phi Delta Phi law Bathe fort [aw-Science Club PFEIFFER, FRED N. University of Texas San Antonio, Texas Delta Theta Phi Law Bathelort PFEUFFER, ROBERT T. Texas A. M. College New Braunfels, Texas Delta Theta Phi, Pretident PICKENS, FRANKLIN ACE University of Texas Odessa, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Piet lion Committion POPE, T. TURNER University of Oklahoma Houston, Texas Phi Delta Phi PRUETT. J. ALBERT. JR. University of Texas Houston, Texas Delta Theta Phi, Vice Dean lx gal Aid Peregrinut Staff Tezat Jezw Forum Staff Moot Court Law Day Committee Inns of Court RADFORD, WENDELL C. Lamar Tech Nederland, Texas Delta Theta Phi Law-Science Club Law Day Committee RAMIREZ, JOE University of Texas Robstown, TexasRANDOLPH. ROBERT R. University of Texas San Antonio, Texas Phi Delia Phi Inns oj Court REASONER, HARRY M. Rice University San Marcos, Texas Phi Della Phi, President Imw Bachelcsrs Texas Imw Forum, Commentary Editor Law Review, Associate Editor Honor Council, Mid-Law Grand Chancellor Inns of Court 1st Year Class. President Retard of Governors Outstanding 1st Year Student Award Student Court. Associate Justice Quizmaster A ISA Delegate. 60 Consul Award Permanent Class Officer REESE, JOHN B. Yale University Amarillo, Texas Delta Theta Phi Moot Court REILLY. JOHN PATRICK Washington Lee University Amarillo, Texas Delta Theta Phi Imw Bachelort ROBERTS, THOMAS C. University of Texas Houston, Texas Delta Theta Phi Legal Aid Imw Bachelors Texas Imw Forum Imw Day Committee ROEVER, WILLIAM A., JR. University of Texas Dallas, Texas Delta Theta Phi Inns of Court ROGERS, NORMAN R. Rice University Dallas, Texas Phi Delta Phi Imw Review, Candidate Honor Roll ROPER, DONALD E. University of Texas Houston, Texas Phi Delta Phi Imw Bachelors Imw Review, Associate Editor Honor Roll 88ROSS, ERNEST O. Texas A. M. College Austin, Texas Legal Aid SANTIESTEBAN, H. TATI New Mexico Military Institute El Paso, Texas Student Bar Association, President Praetor Master of Ceremonies, Board of Governors Banquet Moot Court Faculty-Student Relations Committee, Chairman Pereerinut Staff Trial Judge Conference Inns of Court. Master Social Committee. Chairman Mid-Law Class. President Intramural Athletic Director Master of Ceremonies, Christmas Party, 60 A ISA Delegate AM A Voting Member Board of Governors Consul Award, 60-61; 61-62 SCHWAB, ELMO, JR. University of Texas Gonzales, Texas Delta Theta Phi legal Aid Law Bachelors Moot Court Taw-Science Club Inns of Court SCOTT, LEONARD WAYNE South West Texas State Lockhart, Texas Moot Court Board Teias Tutu- Forum Inns of Court SHANNON, RICHARD A. University of Texas LaFeria, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Imu Bachelor Moot Court Inns of Court SIKES, LAURENCE D. University of Texas Dallas, Texas Phi Delta Phi Imw Review, Candidate Intramural AH Star Basketball Team, 60 Student Assistant to the Dean SIMON, HENRY W., JR. Yale University Fort Worth, Texas Phi Della Phi Quizmaster Moot Court SIZEMORE, ANN B. University of Texas El Paso, Texas Peregrinus Staff legal Aid Portia Attendant Texas Imu’ Forum, Reporter Dicta Staff Mid-Iuzw Class, Secretary-Treasurer Inns of Court Imu• Day Committee Co-Chairman Board of Governors Law-Science Club. Secretary 89SMITH, DAVID A. University of Texas Victoria, Texas Phi Alpha Della Peregrinus, Associate Editor Is gal Aid Ijur Day Committee Inns of Court SMITH, DAVID L. East Texas State Sonora, Texas Phi Alpha Della SMITH, DON H. University of Texas Houston, Texas Moot Court SMITH, RAY G. Midwestern University Wichita Falls, Texas Delta Theta Phi Senior Class, President Intramural All Star Softball Team, 60 Board of Governors Is gal Aid Consul Award Permanent Class Officer SMITH, ROBERT II. University of Texas Amarillo, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Moot Court SMYER, JOE P. University of Texas Jourdanton, Texas Phi Delta Phi Isw Review, Associate Editor Honor Roll SNAVELY, EDWARD E. University of Texas Combes, Texas SNYDER, EDWARD M., JR-University of Texas Tvler, Texas Is gal Aid 90SPURLOCK, JOE C., II Texas A. M. College Fort Worth, Texas Della Theta Phi lx gal Aid Ixgat Pen-arch Hoard hint ol Court STOCK, BETTIE JO Texas A. I. Devine, Texas Kappa Bela Pi, Dean, Vice Dean Ixgal Aid Portia Attendant Board of Governors Student Bar Association, Secretary-Treaturer, y( 0-62 hint oj Court law Day Committee Co-Chairman Honor Poll Coruul Award STOFER. JAMES N. Victoria, Texas Washington Lee University Phi Alpha Della hint oj Court SUMMERFORD, GERALD Baylor University Fort Worth, Texas SWANN, WILLIAM J. University of Texas Sterling City, Texas Phi Alpha Delta TAYLOR, SHERIDAN E. North Texas State Fort Worth, Texas Delta Theta Phi I Ole-Science Club Moot Court Texai Imw Forum TORRES, ARTURO D. University of Texas Edinburg, Texas Delta Theta Phi TOTTENHAM, JOHN W., Ill Texas Christian University Fort Worth, Texas Praetori, Vice Pretideril Peregrintit Staff. Photographei Attaull de Flattery DirectorTURNER. BENJAMIN B., JR. Rice University Houston, Texas Phi Alpha Delta, Clerk Moot Court, State Bar Team Moot Court Board, Secretary Honor Council, Chairman Board of Goi'ernors him oj Court Advisor Consul Au-ard UHER. DONALD R. University of Texas Bay City, Texas Delta Theta Phi VELA, CARLOS F. University of Texas Harlingen, Texas Moot Court Lxgal Aid Law-Science Club hint ol Court Law Day Committee Rio Grande Valley Club, President WADE, ROBERT E. Texas Western College Dallas, Texas Praetors, Treasurer lxgal Aid Moot Court Law Review, Candidate Mid-1mw Class, President Board of Governors Law-Science Club Inns of Court Imw Day Committee Quizmaster WADSWORTH. DOUGLAS J. University of Illinois Odessa, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Law Bachelors, Secretary Peregrinus Staff Moot Court Law Day Committee WALKER. MILLER B„ JR. Lamar Tech Beaumont, Texas Phi Delta Phi WALTERS, JAMES A. University of Texas Olney, Texas Delta Theta Phi Legal Aid Law Bachelors WARNER, JOHN W. Texas A. M. College Pampa, Texas Law-Science Club lx gal Aid Law Bachelors Moot Court Ijiw Day Committee Wesley Foundation, President 92WASH, MICHAEL A. University of Texas Stamford, Texas I'hi Alpha Delia Intramural All Star Bathetball Train. 60 hint oj Court WEBB, WILLIAM M. Texas Western College El Paso, Texas WEEKS, J. DEVEREUX University of Texas Austin, Texas WELDON, FRED O.. JR. University of Texas Waxahachie, Texas WESTON, MICHAEL D. University of Texas Dallas, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Moot Court M' ot Court Hoard Inm of Court WILEY, BILLY C. University of Texas Leandcr, Texas Phi Alpha Delta Imv Day Committer huu of Court Law-Science Club fwgal Aid luiw Bachelors Texas Law Forum Honor Roll WILSON, HARVEY A. University of Texas Brazoria, Texas WOLFRAM. CHARLES W. University of Notre Dame Austin, Texas Phi Delta Phi. Vice Pretidcnt IjOU) Review, Cate note Editor Outstanding Candidate Writer Chancellors Inns ol Court AdvitorWOOD, THOMAS E. University of Texas Jasper, Texas YOUNG, RICHARD M. Lamar Tech Silsbee, Texas Praetors, President JEFFERSON, JOHN Texas A. M. College Beaumont, Texas Phi Alpha Delta, Marshal Moot Court Texas Law Forum Quizmaster (Brief Writing) Imw Day Committee Co-Chairman lx gal flesearch Clinic Board of Governors YARBROUCH, PAUL L. University of Texas Littlefield, Texas teu-Science Club legal Aid Iruit of Court BORCHERS, MARION J. University of Texas Yoakum, Texas Praetors, Ww President Peregrinus Staff Law Day Co-Chairman Administrative Assistant Mid urut Class: Secretary-Treasurer Board of Governors Consul Award TALKINCTON, FRED M. Texas Wesleyan College Fort Worth, Texas Delta Theta Phi: Dean Ixsw-Science Club: Secretary Law Day Committee Texas Law Forum Dicta Staff Inns of Court (Most mid-law students who graduate in August listed Senior as their classification, despite the fact that all mid-law copy had gone to press, notice was posted that those who also graduate in August and would like to appear in the Senior Section and did not so indicate this, may now do so. Jack Borchcrs, John Jefferson and Fred Talkington expressed this desire.) PERMANENT CLASS OFFICERS George C. Chapman Harry Reasoner Ray Gene Smith 94juniors Not JJirtureii (Classified by Number of Hours as of September 15,1961) Ira T. Anderson Charles Barnett Thomas Barrington Ogden Bass, Jr. James Boldrick Frank Clover Malcolm Dade Thomas J. Devine Don L. Dickson A. F. Fitzpatrick Zachariah Fortsecue, III Glenn Foster Alberta Cann Clcnn Craves Rol ert Greenberg Paul Hagans Rudolph Hamric Howard Hayden R. Cameron Hightower Richard J. Hoffman Robert F.. Hudson PaulD. Jones Richard Kaufman William Lemcns, Jr. Fred Lohmeyer James W. McBride Thomas McCambell William McCann Donald McLeaish Llovd C. Martin William S. Mason Jerome J. Nathan Steven Oaks Robert C. Patterson Roan H. Puett John T. Ratliff James W. Rehfeld Broadus A. Spivey Edgar Wallace John T. White Ueatt If. $Iag? IKertmt “From within these pages of history we gain knowledge about this institution and receive much inspiration; between the two comes a deep admiration for tradition. In this tradition is found wisdom, leadership and understanding of the law. An image of greatness creates a shadow across the name of W. Page Keeton, a pillar of educational strength." 95 nssrrrm. r SB K?2r »' i S 5! - cannot believe that a republic could subsist at the present time if the influence of lawyers in public business did not increase in proportion to the power of the people. DE TOCQUEVILLE 1805-1859 j _ J J t A strict observance of the written laws is doubtless one of the high virtues of a good citizen, but it is not the highest. The laws of necessitij, of self-preservation, of saving our country when in danger, are of higher obligation. Thomas Jefferson H tubpnt lar Assortatitm TATI SANTIESTEBAN President The student body of the School of Law is organized as a Student Bar Association with membership automatically including every student in the School of Law. The Bar Association is a charter member of the American Law Student Association. 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 standards in the practice of law. The Bar Association, through the Board of Governors, sponsors and supervises almost all of the extracurricular activities of the Law School. Among these are Law Day, the Inns of Court Program, the Intramural Sports program, the Book Exchange, the Peregrinus, the Texas Law Forum, the Legal Research program, the Jan Carroll Blood Fund, the Annual Bar Association Christmas Dance, the Board of Governors Banquet, the Fund Drive for the State Mental Hospital, the Austin Junior Bar Speakers programs, the official Law School Ring, the maintenance of the Student Lounge, study hall locker rentals, selling of blue books, and the mail service. The American Law Student Association presented The University of Texas School of Law with the highly competitive award as having the OUTSTANDING STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION for the 1960-61 school year. 98STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION OFFICERS: Charles McClure, Vice President; Tati Santicsteban, President; Bettie Jo Stock, Secretary-Treasurer; and Ben Turner, Chairman of the Honor Council. On Ix'half of the University of Texas School of Law, Tati Santicsteban accepted the plaque for the OUTSTANDING STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION for the school year year 1960-61, at the annual American Law Student Association Convention in St. Louis. The three hundred guests attending the ALSA Banquet gave him a standing ovation as he’left the rostrum and received the congratulations of Dean Page Keeton and other dignitaries. While all of the members of the Board of Governors arc deserving of the honor, the ones most deserving were the student officers for the 1960-61 school year, Douglas Matthews, President; Ralph Page, Vice President; and Bettie Jo Stock, Secretary-Treasurer. At the annual Board of Governors Banquet they were given the credit they deserved when their names were engraved on a smaller plaque which was attached to the one presented the School of Law. Douglas Matthews, past president of the Student Bar Association, and Joe T. Hood, 2nd Vice President of the American Law Student Association, hold the award winning plaque for the OUTSTANDING STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION in the United States for the school vear 1960-61. 99USoarii of (loumtorB BOARD OF COVERNORS-Summcr 1961: Back Row: Moore, McCullough, McClure, Holstead, Wade, Leslie, and Miller. First Row: Stock, Lyles, Santiesteban, Hood, Turner, and Candy. Not Pictured: John Jefferson, Peggy Walsleben, Jimmy Ivy and Dale Haralson. The Board of Governors and the President of the Bar Association are the official voices of the student body to the Law School administration and the Main University and arc constantly seeking to represent the interests of the students. The Board of Governors also tries to improve the quality and quantity of the services and activities of the Bar Association. The Board of Governors has the legislative power of the Bar Association and is composed of the various elected officers of the student body. These are: the President, Vice President and Secretary-Treasurer of the Bar Association; the President, Vice President and Secretary-Treasurer of the Senior, Mid-Law and First Year classes; the Editor of the Peregrinus; the Editor of the Texas Law Forum; the Chairman of the Honor Council and the two Law School Assemblymen who represent the Law School in the Student Assembly of the Main University. The activities of the Bar Association and the Board of Governors are ambitious, and attempts have been made to expand them. The success of these programs depend primarily on the reception and participation they receive from the student body. The Board of Governors encourages all members of the student body to take advantage of the many services offered and to actively participate in the many extracurricular activities that are available. 100InarJ) of ©outmors BOARD OF GOVERNORS—Fall 1961: Back Row: Cee, Lyles, McClure, Holstcad, Akin, M. Miller, Kelly, and Borchers. First Row: Stock, B. Moore, Santiesteban, Hood, Turner, Smith, and K. Miller. Not Pictured: Gerald Moore, and Jimmy Ivy. BAR ASSOCIATION Summer Fall President Tati Santiesteban Tati Santiesteban Vice President Charles McClure Charles McClure Secretary-Treasurer Bettie Jo Stock Bettie Jo Stock SENIOR CLASS President Cene Huff Ray Gene Smith Vice President Roger Lewis Jimmy Ivy Secretarv-T reasurcr Peggv Walsleben Mallorv Miller • Graduated, place on Board of Governors fdled by members at large, John Jefferson and Bob Moore. MID-LAW CLASS President Bob Wade Bob Moore Vice President Jimmy Ivy Harry Gee Secretary-Treasurer Don Leslie Jack Borehers FIRST-YEAR CLASS President Joe T. Hood Harrv Akin Vice President Dale Haralson Pat Kelly Secretary-T rcasurer Mack Sansing Gerald Moore Not in school for summer session, place on Board of Governors filled by member at large, Mike McCullough. PUBLICATIONS Peregrinus Editor Julian Lyles Julian Lyles Texas Law Forum Editor Ken Miller Ken Miller HONOR COUNCIL Chairman Ben Turner Ben Turner STUDENT ASSEMBLY Law Assemblyman John Holstcad John Holstcad Law Assemblyman Bob Young Joe T. Hood 0 Replaced on Board of Governors by Taylor Candy. J01Honor (Eounrtl HONOR COUNCIL MEMBERS: Standing: Shannon. Seely, Lyles and Hagle. Seated: Holstead, Turner and Walter. All examinations at the Law School are taken under the honor system. The enforcement of the moral obligations created by the Honor Code is by the Honor Council. Each case of a breach of the Code is brought before the Council. The Council writes opinions on each case to determine whether there has been a breach. The Code undergoes revision at times in order to clarify it, and to make it a better instrument from which the Council can work. The student body elects its representatives to the Council, which have the sole responsibility of charging and conducting the trial of students accused of a violation of the Honor Code, and of recommending to the faculty and University administration a penalty against anyone convicted. Members: Chairman: Ben Turner; Senior Representatives: Julian Lyles, George Hagle and John Holstead; Midlaw Representatives: Claxton Seeley and Jack Walter; First Year Class Representative: Joe Shannon. Upon the graduation of Ben Turner, the Honor Council selected Julian Lyles to serve as Acting Chairman until the election of Carroll Kelly. Kelly will serve until the spring election in April. Gene Matthews was selected to fill the vacancy until the spring election. BEN TURNER, JR. Chairman 102at lesearcb loarb LI?cal RESEARCH BOARD MEMBERS: First Row: A worth, Mendelsohn, Hoi-ste i l King, and Moore. Second Row: Kreimeyer, Martinez, Jarvis, Creamer, Andrews, Gee and Jefferson. Third Row: Turman, McGinnis, Foutch, Fassnidge, Fann, Nelms and Spurlock. The University of Texas Legal Research Board is composed of senior and midlaw students who were selected to serve on the basis of the quality of work done on a test legal memorandum. The purpose of the board is to furnish qualified students an opportunity to gain skill in researching legal problems for lawyers over the state and the nation who have inadequate libraries or crowded trial dockets. A minimum fee of two dollars per page and $20.00 for each memorandum will be charged and these funds will be distributed in prizes and scholarships to outstanding writers. This is the first board at the University of Texas and only the second established in the United States. Members: John Holstead, Director; Lee Alworth; Lcs Mendelsohn; John King; Bob Moore; James Kreimeyer; Mario Martinez; Glenn Jarvis; Wanda Creamer; Bob Andrews; Harry Gee; John Jefferson; Bill Turman; Bill McGinnis; Jim Foutch; Warner Fassnidge; Laurance Fann; John Nelms and Joe Spurlock. JOHN HOLSTEAD Director 103Slip Siam Htbrarg Standing: Holt Irby, Marian Boner, Bill Harris, Mildred Monk, Marietta Johnson, Betty Dornbcrgcr, and John Petcsch. Seated: Miss Helen Hargrave, Librarian. Not Pictured: Bill Dean, Carl Lamcrs and Sara Rumbo. The Tarlton Law Library is one of the finest and largest in the South. The collection of approximately 125,000 volumes contains the published reports of opinions delivered in the appellate courts of Great Britain, the federal courts of the United States and its possessions, and the American state courts. Statutes and laws for the same jurisdictions are also kept current. In addition to administrative regulations, loose leaf services, treatises, texts, and decisions of the British Commonwealth of nations, the Library is the only one in this section of the country that has microfilm records and briefs of the United States Supreme Court since 1938. It is also a depository for legal texts in Braille. In recent years an increasing number of Latin American and Western European Codes have been added. Ihrough books have come the achievements of the world; through them we have received the heritage of all great minds. 'I bus, it can well be said that the library is the heart of any school and Tarlton Law Library is no exception. 104LEGAL AID STAFF: Seated: Sandra Clark; Warner A. Hancock, Assistant Director; Woodrow Patterson, Director; Charles Wolfram, Student Assistant; and Melinda Tonetti. STUDENT ATTORNEYS: Standing: John King, Roger Glandon, Harvey Wilson, Taylor Gandy, Elmo Schwab, Phil Cole, Al Pruett, George Christie, Rex Aycock, David Connery, James Walters, Jack McQuigg, Jack Warner, and Bettie Stock. The Legal Aid Clinic completed 21 years of service to the University School of Law and the residents of Travis County on February 4, 1962. The clinic began operation in 1941 in Texas. It was probably the eleventh established in the United States. Legal Aid was the brainchild of the Law Faculty. It was begun as a cooperative project with the Travis County Bar Association to aid the indigent. It has replaced the old-time office apprenticeship application of law practice. Since its opening, about 9,500 applications for aid have been filed. The student attorney, a member of the Senior Law Class, interviews the applicant without taking any action or giving any advice. On the basis of this review, the directors will approve or reject the case. If the case is accepted, a student attorney is assigned the case. He does legal research, draws in- struments, appears in court, and participates in trials, with the approval of the judge and the opposing party. Either Mr. Woodrow Patterson or Mr. Warner Hancock will accompany the student in the course of the trial. Mr. Patterson has been director of the Clinic since 1942. 105(teas ffiiaiu Slntim GEORGE C. CHAPMAN Editor-in-Chi f The Texas Law Review was formed in 1922 by Leon Green, Ira Hildebrand, and Ireland Graves. The purpose of the Law Review is to publish a legal periodical which will serve to benefit the Law School and the practicing attorney by providing an analysis of recent decisions, and in addition timely articles and book reviews. These articles are written by prominent legal scholars and they are frequently recognized authorities. The comments on recent court decisions are prepared by students who are already on the staff and also by students who are candidates for membership on the Texas Law Review. Qualification for candidacy on the Review is based solely on scholastic standings and only those students in the upper ten per cent of their class are eligible. The Texas Law Review has become firmly established as one of the leading law periodicals of its type in the country. The seven publications a year are a source of careful legal analysis based on comprehensive research, and a means of maintaining contact with significant developments in the law and in legal scholarship. To its editors, the Review has a very different meaning. Initially, membership on the Review is a mark of high academic success. The new editor’s flush of self-satisfaction soon gives way to absorption in long hours of work, alternately tedious and interesting, and to the process of learning a degree of self discipline and responsibility to the Review as an institution, for each knows that the reputation created by his predecessors can lx? augmented or lost by the present editors; there is always a determination to maintain for the new members the standard set by the preceding one. While much of this effort is devoted to creativity and accuracy in dealing with substantive matters, the editors also arc diligent in maintaining consistency in the mechanics of format and citation form, thereby achieving a degree of uniformity with past volumes of the Review. In a real sense, the publication of the Review is a group effort. The key to effective editing is a personal relationship from which analysis and expression arise as a joint product. In addition, each editor soon comes to realize that any failure on his part means additional work for an already burdened fellow editor. In this system, there is no room for personal animosity; the editors must quickly learn the art of mutual accommodation, an art not always easy to practice under the pressure of publication schedules. Skills and interest developed during their one or two years on the Review will remain with the members years after graduation. The habit of careful research and the inclination toward serious scholarship are not easily lost, whether the member becomes a teacher or a practitioner. The strong sense of purpose possessed by each member continues with the members as they advance in the legal profession. 106TEXAS LAW REVIEW OFFICERS: Front Row: Jack T. Ratliff. Comment Editor; George C. Chapman, Editor-in-Chief; and James A. Parker, Article Editor. Back Row: Charles W. Wolfram, Case Note Editor; and Tully R. Florey, Case Note Editor. DEAN LEON GREEN Founder of TLR DEAN IRA HILDEBRAND Founder of TLR DEAN CHARLES T. McCORMICK 1961 DedicateeASSOCIATE EDITORS: First Row: Johnson, Crossman, Denny, Cole, Christie, McCullough and Rcasoner. Second Row: Candy, Adkins, Hitt, Lohmcver, Haglc, Roper and Vance. Back Row: Howell, Browning, Cipson, Dawson, Morris, Barber, Smyer, Clover, Graves and Black. Not Pictured: Branton, Chagra and Neel. ASSOCIATE EDITORS Bert Adkins Perry O. Barber, Jr. Richard E. Black James L. Branton David S. Browning Lee A. Chagra George F. Christie Frank Clover Philip T. Cole John C. Dawson, Jr. Samuel A. Denny Taylor Candy Ray A. Gipson Clcnn Craves Gary Crossman Ccorgc H. Hagle J. Cahill Hitt Edward S. Howell James C. Johnson Fred Lohmeyer Michael McCullough Thomas A. Morris James M. Neel Harry M. Rcasoner Donald E. Roper Joe P. Smyer Estil A. Vance, Jr. CANDIDATES Saul Baemstein John L. Bell Gerald Benson Buford P. Berry Tom A. Connally Frank T. Crews Lowell S. Fink James L. Gallagher Larry B. Gibbs Donald Graf Tcvis Grinstead Donald L. Howell Michael T. Johnson Julian Mike Joplin W. Frank Kelly, Jr. David A. Ix ggctt William E. Matthews Samuel A. Middlcbrook Gurney Ray Miller, Jr. Michael Moehlman Hubert Oxford Oliver Pennington Tannic L. Pizzitola James F. Ranson Jack 1). Sides, Jr. Selby W. Sullivan Dalton Tomlin 108LAW REVIEW CANDIDATES: Front Row: Joplin, Kelly, Baernstein, Miller, Tomlin, and Oxford. Second Row: Matthews, Johnson, Hanson, Pennington, and Grinstead. Third Row: Pizzitola, Benson, Gibbs, Middlebrook, and Gallagher. Back Row: Bell, Berry, Howell, Connally, and Crews. LEE A. CIIAGRA Chief Justice Student Court TEXAS LAW REVIEW BUSINESS OFFICE: Joe Steelman, Kathleen Long, and Bill Rice. 109(Mer of % (Eotf mi 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 promoting scholarship among American law students. Membership in the Order of the Coif is the highest scholastic honor that a student can receive while he is a law student. 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 recom- Qkts Slock 3lag Hrag iElsinn Sobrrt (Sorfcon (gonrlj 3lnlftt Srigljtott Qkmt, 3lr. iloljn A. (Sulltam Srurr ifltrljael Barrington iUameo fHalrolm Harris (grorgr tKazrn Sobrrt Austin iflalinak ®iiineg Saokinb ilantPH Soljus S’alrs Sobrrt S. ttilmeU Euiing Elprletn. Sir. Spu S. West mendation were ratified by the chapters and in February of 1912 the first national organization of the Order of the Coif was established. Today there are forty-three chapters of the Order. Election by the 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. Since the members for 1962 have yet to be announced, the following list is composed of those members selected in 1961. 110Stye (UlianrrUors THE CHANCELLORS—Front Row: Bert Adkins, James Neel, Lee Chagra and Charles Wolfram. Back Row: Tully Florey, Rav Cipson, James Johnson, Glenn Craves. James Parker and Harry Rcasoncr. Graduated: Allen E. Smith and Jewett E. Huff. This honorary society was founded at the University of Texas School of Law in 1912. Since that time only five hundred and eighty-six members have been elected. Many of these past members have distinguished themselves by attaining responsible positions in the legal profession, many of them becoming outstanding judges and trial lawyers. The Chancellors exist only at the University of Texas and are a truly unique honor society. To attain the qualifications for membership, a student must have at least forty-five hours of credit with the highest scholastic average plus a record of past work on the Texas Law Review. The membership is limited and only six senior students arc chosen in the Fall semester and only six mid-law students are chosen in the Spring semester. The ceremony for initiating the new chancellors is secret and is performed after the memlx?rs of the society dressed in their robes enter classes which arc in session and seek out their new members by “tapping” them. The purpose of the order is to honor and reward by election those law students who, by a combination of consistent scholarship, personality, and achievement have shown themselves most likely to succeed and become a credit to their profession. IllCHARLES W. WOLFRAM Clerk Spring—1961 JAMES M. NEEL Chancellor-at-Inrge Spring—1961 LEE A. CHACRA Keeper of the Peregrinut Spring—1961 RAY A. GIPSON Chancellor-el-Large Fall—1962 BERT B. ADKINS Chanctilor-al-Large Spring—1961 Not Pictured because of Summer 1961 Graduation: ALLEN E. SMITH Grand Cluincellor Spring—1961 JEWETT E. HUFF Vice Chancellor Spring—1961 112HARRY M. REASONER Graml Chancellor Fall—1962 JAMES A. PARKER Vice Chancellor Fall—1962 TULLY R. FLOREY Chancellor-at-lMrg,-Fall—1962 GLENN GRAVES Clerk Fall-1962 "The Law is the true embodiment Of everything that’s excellent It has no kind of fault or flaw. And I, my Lords, embody the Law.” —W. S. GILBERT, Iolanthc: Lord Chancellor’s Song JAMES C. JOHNSON Keeper of the Peregrinut Fall-1962 r c 113 JilinAmerican Haw tuiipnla AsHortatimt The ALSA DELEGATES who represented the University of Texas School of Law at the annual ALSA Convention in St. Lous were Charles McClure, Julian Lyles, Tati Santicsteban and Joe Hood. The delegates hold the plaque that was awarded to the University of Texas School of Law for the OUTSTANDING STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION for the school year 1960-1961. The American Law Students Association is sponsored by the American Bar Association as part of its Law Student Program, and though not organized until 1919, now boasts a membership of 131 member bar associations representing over 45,000 law students. Your relationship as an individual student to the ALSA can be extremely beneficial as you prepare for participation in the legal profession and the organized bar. When you enter the University of Texas Law School of Law, you automatically become a member of the Student Bar Association which is a member of the ALSA. Thus all students are members of the ALSA. Among the many publications of the ALSA winch arc distributed to the students at no cost are the Student Lawyer Journal, Appellate and Trial Moot Court Handbooks; Corporate Job Opportunities for Young Attorneys and many others. Most of the work of the ALSA is done through these committees: Moot Court; Placement; Legal Aid; Medico-Legal; Pre-Law; Student Bar Activities; Tcclmo-Lcgal; Audio Visual and World Peace Through Law. Julian Lvles, senior law student, was selected as National Chairman of the Medico-Legal Committee for 1961-1962. The activities of the ALSA are directed bv a five man executive committee elected from the member schools. Joe Hood, a mid-law student, was elected National Second Vice President at the St. Louis convention. He is in charge of all ALSA committees. The University of Texas School of Law was awarded the plaque for the OUTSTANDING STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION in the United States for the 1960-1961 school year. The award was presented on the basis of a 150 page report of last year's activities prepared for the convention by Douglas Matthews, last year’s Student Bar President, and Joe T. Hood. 114The Texas Law Forum in its first year of publication was awarded the Third Place Award in the Publication contest. Jack McQuigg was editor for 1960-61. In addition to the annual meeting. Circuit conferences arc held to provide an opportunity for exchange of ideas between law school representatives. Last year the 5th Circuit Conference was held in Miami Beach and was attended by Steve Oaks and Joe Hood. In addition to the professional and educational programs of the ALSA, it is possible for each law student to buv a $6,000 term life insurance policy for $25.00 per year, or a $12,000 policy for $50.00 per year, through the ALSA. The present Executive Officers arc President Thomas I). Phelps, George Washington School of Law; Executive Vice-President Howard H. Kestin, Rutgers University School of Law; Second Vice-President Joe T. Hood, University of Texas School of Law; Secretary Fred J. Wilkins, University of Kansas City School of Law; and Treasurer John O. Jones, University of Oklahoma. The 1962 ALSA Convention will lx? held in San Francisco next August with more than 500 delegates from most of the 131 law schools in attendance. JULIAN K. LYLES, JR. National Chairman of the Medico-Legal Committee JOE T. HOOD National Second Vice-President ALSA CREDO We, the individual members of the American Law Student Association, conscious of the dignity and the responsibilities of the legal profession, herewith solemnly declare and profess that during our careers in the law we shall be governed by the following principles: 1. Before all things, we shall seek Truth and Justice. 2. In service to our nation, we shall forever cherish and defend the principles of the Declaration of Independence and of the Constitution of the United Slates. 3. In service to our fellow men, we shall assist all who need our help, whether rich or poor, powerful or weak, popular or unpopular. 4. In service to our profession we shall devote ourselves untiringly to the wise formulation, efficient administration and impartial enforcement of the law. Boren Chertkov, mid-law student, was selected as a member of the Medico-Legal Committee for the 1961-62 school year. He is in charge of the organization of Law-Science Clubs in the member law-schools. 115Hmu-Srottr? Sttaitiirtp hbpmiibii mi in DR. HUBERT WINSTON SMITH Director The Law-Science Institute, under the direction of Dr. Hubert Winston Smith, seeks to co-ordinate legal thought with the physical, medical and social sciences. Dr. Smith, a graduate of Harvard Law School and Harvard Medical School, is one of the most outstanding and recognized authorities in the United States in the field of Legal Medicine. A course in “Legal Medicine” is designed for those who have not majored in biology but have an interest in this field of law. Today, eighty percent of all litigation is in the personal injury field of law. The Legal Medicine Seminar illustrates problems in areas which have not been thoroughly developed. The Law-Science Institute Short Course was one of the most successful in the history of the Law-Science Week at The University of Texas School of Law. Dr. Ralph N. Bailliff of Tulane, Dr. James White of Harvard Medical School, Dr. P. O. Montgomery of Southwestern Medical School; Dr. Edward Compere of Northwestern Medical School, Dr. Harrison Rigdon of University of Texas Medical School, and Dr. Hamilton Ford were among the many outstanding lecturers at the course. This was one of the most successful that has shown the correlation between law and medicine from the trial advocate’s point of view. Such courses have done much to systematically expand the knowledge of the Proofs of Science and the Science of Proof. A ADELINE GILLESPIE Secretary JACK M. BORCHERS Student Assistant CHARLIE BURNS Secretary LOIS MILLER Secretary 116 .ulh? IGaui-Swttrp CUth Today more then eighty percent of litigation is in the personal injury field and the Medico-Legal field is often overlooked in giving students specialized training in this area of the law. The University of Texas School of Law is one of the most outstanding in the United States in the teaching of the Proof of Science and the Science of Proof, but more was needed. While attending the American Law Student Association Convention in St. Louis, Bob Montgomery of Drake School of Law, Armand Arabian of Boston College School of Law, Bobby Mallard of South Carolina School of Law, and Julian Lyles of The University of Texas School of Law felt that some type of personal injury organization was needed and the birth of the Law-Science Club was soon brought about. Today, there are a number of such clubs in law schools all over the country. The purposes and objectives of the Law-Science Club is to introduce students to the legal problems and responsibilities they will face in the personal injury field after admission to the bar, and how to utilize more effectively the use of medical science, such as physical, psychological, and social sciences. To coordinate student projects and ideas for initiating and improving activities of the Law-Science Club. To seek to enlarge and improve the curriculum in the medico-legal field at the law school. To promote the idea of professional responsibility and to acquaint law students with the opportunities and obligations present to serve the public and to improve the administration of justice as it relates to the medico-legal field in the practice of law. To foster a closer relationship between the future lawyers and present members of the legal and medical professions. And to conduct seminars and workshops in this field of law, choosing outstanding doctors and lawyers for lectures at the seminars. The methods of medical proof, the utilization of expert medical witnesses, and the preparation of medico-legal cases in general require of the attorney skills and training to which he has rarely been exposed in law school or in ordinary legal practice. The advances of medical science press upon the law with new and impatient demands, all of which the law student must some day answer. The Law-Science Club got off to a fine start with a cocktail party given by the faculty sponsor. Dr. Hubert Winston Smith, attended by more than 40 members. OFFICERS Fall Spring Boren Chertkov......president ...„.......Boren Chertkov Julian Lyles......vice president---------Jim Jones Ann Sizemore........secretary------------Fred Talkington Jim Jones........_..treasurer____________Warner Fassnidgc fHpmbrrfl Andrut. Jack Green, Edward Neal, Jarnet Barlow, Jim Grow. Thomas Neilson, John Barnett, Tout Hunt, Tanner Neitnann, tarry Beck, David Ivy, Jimmy Newman. Steve Bible, John Jarvis, Glenn Ochoa, Jesus Bind, Jerry Jefferson, John Pcrel. Steve Bohn, Robert Johnton, Ray Powell. Roger Bonncy. Chariot Jonet, Jim Radford. Wendell Borchert. Jack King, John Ratliff, John Bouldin. Mercer Klein, Keith Sanford. Vernon Bradley. Jim Knapp. Frank Schwab. Elmo Burnet, Charlet taFont, Bill Shivers. Roy Candith. David lama, Joseph Shannon, Richard Cardenas. Joe I.ylet, Julian Sizemore. Ann Chandler. Clarence Mocmanus. Charlet Slough, Bobby Chertkov. Boren Martin, Donald Smith, Ray Gene Clayton, Joe Maton, Bill Stofer. James N. Conner. Jerry Matthew . Guy Sullivant, William Crane, Robert McClure, Charles Talkington, Fred Cranz, Bill McCullough, Paul Turner, Bob Crewe, Frank Mendcltohn. let Wade. Robert Davit, Dee Methvin, Gaynell Warner, John Drolla, John Miller, Mallory Webster, Daniel Fattnidge, Warner Moore, Robert Wilbur. Warren Gibbom, Wayne Montgomery, Larry, Benjamin RECEPTION: Some of the Law-Science Club members at a reception given bv Dr. Hubert W. Smith: First Roic: V. Powell, J. Neilson, F. Tarkington, and D. Jon Davis. Second Row: B. Chertkov, J. Jones, B. Andrews, V. Sanford, D. Can-dish, and Dr. Smith. Third Row: J. White, C. Foster, and Tom Long, guest speaker. 117Sty? izlertiim (Eommtaaum The Election Commission: Front Row: Jerry Cain; Phil Mann, Chairman; and Ace Pickens. Back Row: George Olson; Dovlc Curry; John Bell; Lawrence Mann; and Lynn Roloff. Not Pictured: Terry Kendall. The President of the Student Bar Association with the consent of the Board of Governors, appoints the members of the Election Commission. Phil Mann is Chairman of the Election Commission and the function of the Election Commission is to conduct Law School elections. Among their duties are the counting of ballots, certifying the candidates, supervising the conduct during the election and manning the polls. The Election Commission also makes decisions in concern with election rules infractions, with the only appeal to the Board of Governors. Opuizmaairra The Quizmasters: Front Row: Edward Howell; Dalton Tomlin; LeeChagra; Jim Neel; John Copeland and Bill Matthews. Back Row: Bob Wade; Estil Vance; Harry Reasoner; Sam Denny, James Johnson and Henry Simon. These students were selected to serve as student aids for the professors. , .(Hanml Atuarto? The Consul Award is awarded annually. The purpose of the award is to confer recognition upon those students who have made outstanding contributions to the law school by their participation in extracurricular activities. In selecting the Consuls the committee considers the benefits which law students and others derive from the activities of the prospective awardees. While the scholastic standing of the Consuls is important, it is not the controlling requirement for the honor. Each Consul is presented with an award on Law Day by Dean Page Keeton upon recommendation of the Society of the Peregrinus. The Consuls are selected by a secret committee of three students from the student body assisted by a faculty member. BENJAMIN TURNER, JR. BETTIE JO STOCK MARION JACK BORCHERS RAY GENE SMITH BILL McClNNIS ROBERT C. MOORE 119ffltmaul CEORCE C. CHAPMAN JULIAN K. LYLES, JR. JOHN D. McQUICG KENNETH T. MILLER MALLORY L. MILLER, JR. HARRY M. REASONER JIMMY D. IVY 120AtuarfatfB JAMES A. PARKER LARRY NIEMANN TATI SANTIESTEBAN JOE T. IIOOD JOHN B. HOLSTEAD LEE A. CHACRA CHARLES R. McCLURE 121flmgritma 1302 PEREGRINUS STAFF: Seated: Terry Kendall, David A. Smith, Julian Lyles, Bill McGinnis, and Larry Niemann. Second Row: Boren Chertkov, Mike Johnson, Charles Bonney, Bettye McAdams, Ann Sizemore, James Evans, Joe Steelman, and Dean T. J. Gibson. Third Row: Greg Martin, Jim Jones, Al Pruett, Don Patterson, Tati Santiesteban, Bob Andrews, and Bob Levy. Incredible as it may seem the Peregrinus Yearbook is not the oldest, largest or most national among publications of its type. In fact, it is a late-comer of medium size and limited scope. Undaunted by these unfortunate circumstances, successive staffs have published 14 volumes of pictorial history, informative commentary, and advertising copy. Possessing neither Declaration nor Constitution, the Society of the Peregrinus cannot quote article and clause to set forth its purpose. Consistently, however, it has been published with a service motive. Service now and in the future years when facial features are modified bv an additional 20 pounds; service to the faculty who not only like to satisfy curiosity about the confused faces in the classroom but who also need a pictorial assist when recent alumni seek recommendations. For the accomplishment of this purpose a small, but qualified staff is needed. This year, thirty-five people served on the Peregrinus in some capacity or another. Positions on the staff are limited to persons with averages over 55. Only if members have met the academic standards of the Law School are they properly equipped to undertake alphabeti- zation of names, correction of spelling and putting pictures in the correct folders. The only other requisite for membership in the Society of the Peregrinus is the perseverance which is required to forestall creditors and to collect monies from fellow students. This year the Peregrinus, for the first time in eight years, appears to have been able to show a financial profit. This year the Peregrinus has gone to an increased size both in dimension and in number of pages, the largest in the history of its publication. In the Age of Subsidy the Peregrinus, this year, hopes to stand without one and to stand on its own four feet. This book has no Preface which might be used to convey appreciative sentiments about those from whom we plagiarized and about those whose absence would have increased the editor’s work load. Staff members, Bill McGinnis, Larry Niemann, Joe Steelman, Tcrrv Kendall, David Smith and many others have helped to make this book whatever success it might achieve Our special appreciation goes to Dean T. J. Cibson for his understanding and co-operation. (For the history of the Peregrinus turn to page 224.) 122Stye Society of tye IJpregrittua Wade Anderson Bettye McAdams Bob Andrews Bill McGinnis Charles Bonney Don Morgan Jack Borchers Mike Murphy Bob Casey, Jr. Larry Niemann Boren Chertkov Don Patterson Joe Connally Al Pruett, Jr. James Evans Roger Rocha Sanders Hardin Tati Santiesteban Marilyn Hardin Ann Sizemore Mike Johnson David A. Smith Jim Jones Steve Smith Terry Kendall Norman Sorrell Tim Kirk Joe Steelman Bob Levy, II Gerald Summerford Harvey Little Greg Underwood Julian Lyles Doug Wadsworth Greg Martin Don Yarbrough Dean T. J. Gibson Faculty Advisor bill McGinnis Business Manager THE PERECRINUS 123 TERRY KENDALL and DAVID A. SMITH Associate EditorsJOE STEELMAN Advertising ROBERT LEVY. II Layouts BOREN CHERTKOV and JIM JONES Class Sections MARILYN and SANDERS HARDIN Typing and Directory STEVE SMITH Directory JOE CONNALLY Directory DOUG WADSWORTH Feature Editor JACK BORCHERS Subscriptions HARVEY LITTLE Photography 124 BHVolume XIV BOB CASEY and TIM KIRK Faculty Section DON YARBROUGH and WADE ANDERSON Proofreading Fraternity Section $lmgnmis S taff GREG UNDERWOOD and NORMAN SORRELL Snaj shots Sports JAMES EVANS, TOM DAVIS and MARIO MARTINEZ Forum Advertising Staff TEXAS LAW FORUM EMMY MORRIS and STEVE SMITH Third Place Re,mtcn American Law Student Association 1961 125Efcxas Earn jFnnmt TEXAS LAW FORUM STAFF: Seated: Professor John Sutton, Tom Davis, Bill Neal, Ken Miller, John Nelms, and Dean T. J. Gibson. Second Row: Bob Moore, Harry Lawson, James Evans, Dan Abbott, Ed Wallace, Marcial Knapp, Wayne Scott, and John Stromberger. Third Row: Al Pruett, Henry Brooks, Emmy Morris, Ann Sizemore, Wanda Creamer, Jane Bullard, John Jefferson, Mario Martinez, and Boren Chertkov. The Texas Law Forum is the official student-alumni newspaper of The University of Texas School of Law. This newspaper replaced the former student newspaper. The Dicta, and the Alumni Bulletin. Published eight times a year from October through May, the Forum is financed by appropriations from the Law School Foundation and the Student Bar Association, and advertising. The Forum is distributed free to almost 900 law students and 6,000 alumni. The objectives of the Forum are to report news relating to students, alumni, and the faculty of the School of Law; to stimulate thinking and action on current legal problems; to give law students the experience of publishing such a newspaper; to further a close affiliation between the alumni and the law school; and to provide a forum for articles and materials of interest to law students, faculty, alumni, and the legal profession as a whole. Any law student is eligible to work on the Forum staff if he meets the approval of the editors of the newspaper. Current officers are: Editor, Ken T. Miller; Associate Editors, Henry Bettis and John Nelms; Production Editors, Harvey Little and Bill Neal; News Editor, Alan McNeill. John McQuigg was the first editor and founder of The Forum in 1961. 126(ltm HJam iFormn Kbk Miller Henry Bettis John Nelms Harvey Little Bill Neal Alan McNeill Ann Sizemore Harry Lawson Buddy Herz Advertising Managers: Tom Davis Jack McQuicc Dan Abbott Mario Martinez Editorial Assistants: Jane Bullard Bettye McAdams Wanda Creamer Marilyn Hardin Photographer: Boren Chertkov Editor: Associate Editors: Production Editors: News Editor: Copy Editors: REPORTERS Marcial Knapp, John Jefferson, Wayne Scott, James Evans, Henry Brooks, Emmy Morris, Tom Roberts, Ed Wallace, Wade Anderson, John Stromberger, Al Pruett, Boh Moore, Dean T. J. Gibson, Alumni News, and Professor John F. Sutton, Jr., Faculty Advisor. KENNETH T. MILLER Editor-in-Chief JOHN McQUICC Founder and First Editor-in-Chief JOHN NELMS and HENRY BETTIS Associate Editors PUBLISHED EIGHT TIMES A YEAR 6,000 CIRCULATION 127John Holstcad, Taylor Candy and Joe Hood Tom McDade and Larry Sikes James Gallagher and J. Harrell Feldt glufont Assistants tn % Sean Appointed by Dean Keeton, the Student Assistants carry out all duties assigned them by the Dean of the Law School, and also help execute many of the administrative details of the Law School. The appointment is one of the highest honors a student can receive, since it is based on scholarship, dependability, personality and appreciation of hard work. 128JtttiB of COKES INN—First Row: B. B. Bratton, Advisor; Mr. Parker Fielder, Sponsor; Larry Thompson, Gregory Underwood, Thomas Balistreri, Milton Stewart, W. F. Masters, and Bob Coffey, Advisor. Second Row: Stephen Smith, John Bassett, John Bradshaw, James Dunaway, Bob Bradley, Guy Matthews, and Charles Robertson. Back Row: Joseph Horrigan, Judson Trout, John Curtis, Bob McMurrey, John Galbraith, David Brown, and John JOE T. HOOD Co-Director To assist students in the transition from undergraduate school the Board of Governors instituted the Inns of Court program. Its purpose is to assist the beginning student in developing effective studv habits and examination techniques; to give him an opportunity to meet members of his class, the faculty, other outstanding men in the legal profession and to introduce to him the many aspects of the legal profession. Each Inn plans its own meetings and activities which include from ten to fifteen programs and dinner meetings throughout the year. Heading the speakers list at Inns of Court programs in the past have been such eminent legal scholars as the Justices of the Texas Supreme Court and prominent attorneys. Each Inn is composed of thirty first-year students, two student advisors from the midlaw and senior classes, and one faculty sponsor. The members of the Inn elect their own Master of the Bench, who serves as President. Participating in this years Inns of Court program arc 239 first year students. JIM FOUTCH Co-Director 129GRAY’S INN—Front Row: J. Monty Bray, Edward R. Kellenberger, Judge W. A. Morrison, guest speaker; Gerald Moore, Thomas Shannon, and Bernard Pivonka. Second Row: Bobby Bohn, Jerry Cain, Delno Grosenheider, George Carson, Willard C. Finkelstein, Fred Brown, Alan St. John, John Pettit, and John Migl. Third Row: Milton Humphreys, Don Lacy, Weldon Brady, Dane Everton, Joe Shannon, Howard Hoover, Emmett Winn, Joe Connally, Rick Fisher, and Wallace Harwood. Fourth Row: Pat Kelly, Bill LaFont, Eric Martin, Charles R. Crawford, Edward McDonough, George Wilhite, Charles McClure, Advisor; John Johnson, Jerry Coleman, Harry Akin, and Bill Martin. TOWNE S INN—Front Row: Charles Marshall, Jim Dalton, Ben Yudesis, Gretchen Raatz, Gene Lyerly, Margaret Phillips, and Mr. Hugh Gibert, Sponsor, Second Row: Harry Gee, Advisor; Don Yarbrough, David Beck, Raymond Kerr, Tom Giltner, John Bible, Bill Wallace, Jim Barksdale, and Wade Anderson. 130TANEY’S INN—Front Row: Roger Ratliff, Marilyn Hardin, Jane Bullard, Paul McBroom, Richard Phillips, Edith James, and Roman Gutierrez. Second Row: Roger Darley, Fritz Korth, Phil Patman, Lee Green, Dain Whitworth, Thomas Grow, Charles Spangler, Dudley Dobie, Thomas Morris, Richard Lindley, and Mike McCullough, Advisor. HOLMES’ INN—First Row: Tom Hanna, James Brady, Herschel Neal, Bill Mortenscn, Robert Rodgers, Charles Bonney, Dunk Sullivan, and Andy Hebert. Second Roto: Shannon Ratliff, Haygood Gulley, Ralph Mann, Paul Haring, John Weintraub, Charles Hoehne, Ray Weed, Thomas Whitcomb, and Gerhard Richie. Third Row: Larry Miller, Curry Vogelsang, Lamar Curtis, Robert Moore, Mr. Gus Hodges, Sponsor; Mike Joplin, Don Rorschach, and Warner Fassnidge, Advisor. 131CARDOZO’S INN—Left to Right: William Kleinschmidt, Robert Earp, James Adkins, Robert Kennedy, Robert Simon, Jack Walter, Advisor; Robert Hinsley, Harold Hannett, James Studdert, James Cowden, Joe Staley, David Cox, Faith Ford, Don Patterson, Norman Sorrell, Jerry Bain, Henry Kyle, Professor E. Wayne Thode, Sponsor; Tom Keever, James Ramsey, David Stubbeman, Knox Jones, Cimron Campbell, and Darrell Jordan. BRANDEIS INN—Front Row: Jerre Lucas, Bryan Healer, Ronald Dowd, William Neal, and Larry Johnson. Back Roto: Professor Leon Lebowitz, Sponsor; Scott Thrash, Carlos Kepke, Gary Webb, Clarence Chandler, and Jerry Davis. 132MARSHALL’S INK—Left to Right: Mr. Pierre Loiseaux, Faculty Sponsor; David Short, Glen Cagle, Dale Harvill, Don Emory, Bob Slough, Steve Newman, Dan Webster, John Stromberger, and Frank Crews, Student Advisor. BLACKSTONE’S INN-Standing: Charles Burns, Bob Craft, Ronnie Ogden, Terry Dill, aiid Edgar Marston. Seated: Don Zimmerman, Ed McKinney, Don Cooper, and Steve Dunn. 133 port0 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS—THE LEGAL EAGLES: Left to Right: John Warner, William Cranz, Coach Charles Wright. Henrv Woodward. John Reese. Bradv Coleman, Carroll Kelly, Don Dickson (Co-Captain). William Bailey, Jcrrv Lucas, Thomas Higgins. Curtis Dyer, Cray don Dunlap (Co-Captain), James Stofer, Boh Hinsley, Bruce Willis, DeWitt Alsup, Rex Nichols. Fred Pfeiffer, Michael Furman, Tom Crum. Richard Morris. Kneeling: Tanner Hunt. Absent: Bill Kilgarlin. The football season got under way in the early fall. There were seven teams to begin with but the Defendants dropped by the wayside as the la gal Eagles stormed to their customary Intramural Championship with only one disputed loss. Coach Wright had a bevy of outstanding plavers. Rex Nichols, Don Dickson, Carroll Kelly and Cravdon Dunlap were among the stars that carried the Legal Eagles to a rugged victory over Phi Alpha Delta in the annual Beer Bowl game. BILL McCINNIS and DICK BLACK Intramural Directors 134PRAETORS FOOTBALL TEAM: Rack Row: Tati Santicsteban; Jack Borchers; John Holstcad; ClifTton Harris; and Joe Steelman. Front Row: Boh Wade; Mascot; Hubert Isaacks and Gerald Summerford. PHI ALPHA DELTA FOOTBALL TEAM: Back Row: Bill Womble; Tom Connolly; John Jefferson; David DuBose; Tom Davis; and Tom McDade. Front Row: Lipscomb Norvell; John Patrick; John Fainter and Julian Lyles. 135PHI DELTA PHI FOOTBALL TEAM: Top Row: Richard Keeton and Larry Levy. Middle Row: Larry Sikes; Fred Lohmever; George Hagle; Selby Sullivan; Sam Sparks and Bob Moore. Front Row: Jack Sides; Jim Parker; Jim Gallagher; Gerald Benson; David Tate; Sam Denny, and Oliver Pennington. DELTA THETA PHI FOOTBALL TEAM: Back Row: Harold Schmidt; Alan McNeill; and Wendell Radford. Middle Row: Don Uher; Edward Green; George Conn and Bill Roever. Front Row: Tom Newman; John Reilly; and Claytc Binion. 136TAURUS INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL TEAM: First Rote: David Beck, Buddy Herz, John Bassett, Tom Keever, and Henry Kyle. Second Row: Don Rorschach, Dan Webster, David Short, Tom Terrell, Don Emory, and Bob Evans. INTRAMURAL ALL STAR FOOTBALL: (Selected by the team managers and the Intramural Directors) L to R: Carroll Kelly, Mike Furman, Dc-Witt Alsup, Bruce Willis, Alan McNeill, George Conn, and Fred Pfeiffer. Not Pictured: Graydon Dunlap, Tom Crum, Tom McDade, Jack Sides, and John Copeland. 137INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS: PHI ALPHA DELTA-Left to Right: Julian Lyles, Bobby Tyler, Mike Furman, Carroll Kelly, and Harvin Moore. Not Pictured: Rex Nichols, Darrell Jordan, Mike Myers, and Bill Womble. The Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity stormed to the Intramural Championship undefeated. This year no Intramural All Star Team was selected but Carroll Kelly was chosen as the Most Valuable Intramural Basketball Player for 1961. Ever since the days of the first Greek Olympic games, athletic endeavor has been held in high esteem by all peoples. The excitement of a contest of strength, endurance and skill is perhaps unequalled in any other field. It provides a unique stimulation to both fans and player which enables them to appreciate the accomplishments of the human body. To some people, sports are a pleasure; to others they are a business; to some they are relaxation; and others they are a profession. But one thing is evident and that is that sports know no boundaries, for their appeal is universal. In Law School, athletics endeavor is of vital importance. What exactly is most beneficial about athletics is hard to say, but the element of competition is certainly a part of the development of a fierce, aggressive spirit, the desire to win, which is essential for good lawyers. But, team spirit and a willingness to work together is also important, as is the physical conditioning that comes from competition resulting in body strength and stamina. It is probably a combination of all of these, for all help to create a better person. The Peregrinus salutes the participants, whether they won or lost, it is how well they played the game. 138 INTRAMURAL ALL STAR SOFTBALL TEAM—Firtf Row: Harold Schmidt, 3B; Gerald Benson, Catcher; Clifton Harris, Left Field; Bob Moore, Pitcher, and Taylor Gandy, IB. Back Row: Dick Black, Pitcher; Julian Lyles, 2B; Tom Mc-Dade, Utility Infielder; Graydon Dunlap, Shortstop, and Marvin Brown, Pitcher. Not pictured for the Summer All Star Team are Paul Jones, Center Field, and Carroll Kelly, Right Field. INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS: PHI DELTA PHI-Robert McIntyre, Gerald Benson, Richard Keeton, Jim Parker, Jim Gallagher, and George Chapman. 139fimu Bau I!?1’2 FRANCIS GRAHAM COATES Francis Graham Coates was born in Baltimore, Maryland on October 31, 1893. He graduated from Yale University and received his law degree from The University of Texas School of Law and was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1920. After practicing law in Fort Worth from 1920 to 1929 he moved to Houston to become a partner in Baker, Botts, Shepherd Coates. Mr. Coates has served as a director of Texas Gulf Sulphur Company, co-organizer, general counsel of Hedgecroft Clinic. He is a member of the American, Texas, and Houston Bar Associations, in which he held offices as director of the American Bar and vice-president and director of the Houston Bar. Law Day 1962 is gratefully dedicated to Mr. Coates because he is one of The University of Texas Law School’s most active supporters as is evidenced by the fact that he is a Life Trustee of The University of Texas Law School Foundation. 140Earn Sag g pmkm HONORABLE WILLIAM T. GOSSETT Vice President and General Counsel of Ford Motor Co. HONORABLE ARCHIBALD COX Solicitor General of the United States HONORABLE ROBERT J. FARLEY Dean of the University of Mississippi 141LAW DAY COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRMAN—Firs Row: Joe Ilood, Bob Moore, Don Ham, Bettie Jo Stock, Clifton Harris, and Holt Irby. Second Row: Jay Sorrell, John Jefferson, Henry Brooks, George Wilhite, and Monty Bray. Third Row: Terry Kendall, Ken Miller, Mack Sansing, Ken Nunley, and Julian Lyles. Assault and Flattery John Holstead and Henry T. Brooks Masters of Ceremonies George Wilhite and Mack Sansing Co-Chairmen Alan McNeill Greg Martin Doug Harrell Joe Connally Don Yarbrough Jonathan LcBleu Awards Joe T. Hood, Chairman Robert C. Moore Harrs1 Akin George Conn liarrisler’s Hall Clifton Harris and Ardon Judd Co-Chairmen Paul Moreno Bob Crane Bob Hinsley Bob Karp Ben Yudcsis Paul Yarbrough C. Moore Picnic Holt Irby and Robert Co-Chairmen Anita Meyers Ben Yudcsis Doug Wadsworth Publicity and Graphic Display Don Ham, Chairman Torn Shannon John Bell Bcttyc McAdams Bill Moser Paul Moreno Melchor Chavez 142 Program Julian Lyles and Monty Bray Co-Chairmen Fritz Korth Bob Casey Don Yarbrough Judson Phelps Bill McGinnis Public Relations Ken T. Miller and Terry Kendall Co-Chairmen Carlos Vela Alfred Shcppcrd Bob Tinncll Kvdilh James Speakers’ Hospitality Henry T. Brooks, Ken Nunley and John Barrett Co-Chairmen Milton 'Fate Warner Fassnidgc Fred Talkington Acc Pickens Jack Barton Jim Perkins Bob Sorrell Bob Karp Tickets John Jefferson and Bettie Jo Stock Co-Chairmen John Bell Glen Jarvis James W. McBride Greg Martin Kllcn Belcher Treasurer Jay R. Sorrellfears Apex-Slaw Sag The University of Texas was founded in 1883 and down through the years has achieved and maintained a national reputation. The present faculty ably carries on a long-standing tradition of excellence. The student bodv, ever larger in numbers, must meet higher and higher standards for admittance. The physical plant, second to none even as it stands, will shortly undergo an almost twofold expansion which will include facilities unknown to any law school in the nation at the present time. As the School of Law has grown, so have its traditions. Chief among these is Law Day, dedicated to and directed by the law students and climaxing a year of intensive efforts in the many areas of Law School activity. Law Day is designed to create a deeper understanding and respect for the legal profession as a whole. The format used to implement such a lofty purpose has in itself become somewhat traditional. The day begins with the dedication of Law Day to the Outstanding Alumnus of the Year, an innovation first introduced in 1958. An active and dedicated group of alumni being one of the main factors which enables a school to achieve greatness, our School of Law is extremely fortunate in this respect, and it is most fitting that we give recognition on Law Day to the year's outstanding member of that group. Law Day 1962 is dedicated to Mr. Francis C. Coates of Houston. During the presentation of awards for scholastic and extracurricular achievement, the wags of the student body have provided a number of humorous awards for presentation to the faculty. This is Our Hour, so to speak. After enduring endless class hours of deliberately engineered obscurity and confusion, wry wit and biting sarcasm on the part of our mentors in their efforts to implant a grain of knowledge in our sometimcs-thick skulls, the students arise in good-natured revolt and retaliate in kind. The indignities and slander to which these luckless souls arc subjected is in reality only an expression of our confidence in their indestructible sense of dignity and unassailable competence, both of which are admittedly beyond our capacity to impair. Following the awards the day moves along in a more serious vein with addresses by our three prominent speakers, with the humorous address customarily being reserved for the early afternoon. Law Day is in large measure built around the speakers. In the past we have been honored bv a truly impressive array of educators, jurists, practicing attorneys, public officials, authors, and others of prominence in the field of law. This year’s speakers promise to be among the most interesting we have had. At noontime there is a break for the barl ecue picnic traditionally held under the Law School Oaks but this year was held inside because of rain. After the picnic there occurs the presentation of more awards and the naming of the new editorial staff for the Texas Law Review. Following the humorous speech, which has always been one of the highlights of the days, the Supreme Moot Court of Texas, judges the final oral arguments of the Hildebrand Moot Court Competition. The long-awaited Assault and Flattery production gets under way as the first event of the evening. Skits lampoon Townes Hall procedure and its inhabitants, with an award to bo presented for the best skit. While it may be highly traditional. Law Day is never dull. The combined efforts of the administration, faculty, the student body, and our alumni have served to make the Tenth Annual Law Day a truly memorable occasion. Earn lag (Etf-dlljatrmett STEVEN C. OAKS MARION J. BORCHERS 143Assault anti DUattmj It is in "Assault and Flatter)'" t mt tlie mote serious ceremony of the law slay celebration is laid aside, and the fun begins in earnest. In a series of fast-moving skits portraying various aspects of law school life, the students and the professors take turns throwing brisk-bats at one another—and at anyone who Isappcns to be in range. Even tire oft-neglected law wives are given an opportunity to exhibit their talent and at the mine time give a "wifes-eye" view of life in law school—which invariably includes the paradoxical outsry against the lack of husbandly companionship and the hazards of untimely motherhood. In short, "assault and flattery" is that svhiniMCal occasion sshen all of us who are a part of law school have the opportunity to prove that vve haven't lost our sense of humor. Participants in the "Assault and Flattery" program arc the faculty, tlie law Wives’ Club, the freshman class, and live four legal fraternities. John llolstrad is a great believer in tradition but as Master of Ceremonies, along with Henry Brooks, tlse tradition may well be curtailed. While both did a very commendable job, some of the jokes could best liasc been deleted. Next year a fraternity bcvsrd may supervise this part of law Day. Wendell Radford did an outstanding job in his presentation of the typical "Cajun" dialect. Robert Burns once said. "Oh was! sense power the giftie gie us. to see outsell as others see us!"; while his gift of specsh is difficult to read, it it certainly appropriate for this occasion. The faculty skit wo done in "drag" with Madame Porkv Johnson serving as interlocutor. It was interesting to see our dignified professors prancing so dantily on tlie stage. Professors Frit . lebowiu, Patterson, Gihson, Thode. Fielder and Smith took part in the skit. Every law Day. the professors are reminded about their known idiosyncrasies, such as Dean Keeton's definition of "proximate cause." he is deemrd to be "King of Torts" ami tlie “little Tin God" of the Lew School; Dean Gibson it kidded about his red hair and his "casual" clothes; Professor Bailey will never live down his nickname of "Buck" and his "rostrum" banging and change rattling will always be a symbol to him. but probably no professor in law School demands or receives as much respect for his teaching as Mr. Bailey; Professor Frits is known for his low grades and command of the English language; Professor Goldstein was assaulted about his "great publicity" in his misadc for the minorities, and was flattered for his intellectual approach to the law; Dean Green, of course, did not escape the lambasting of his radical approach to Torts, nor did he escape the respect given him for his great career and accomplidirnents in the legal Profession; Miss Hargrave did not escape notice, but who can deny that this l_aw School would not be the same without the friendly, smiling face of Miss Hargrave; Professor Hodges never escapes comment on his red socks, operatic voice, unusual laugh, large moustaclsc and great ability to rememlier faces with names; Professor Johnson is always reminded about his FBI career, his nickname of "Porky" and his beautiful singing voice; Professor Kendall is given a jab now ami then about his unblocked hats and conceited attitude that no pne can write a good brief but him; Professor Iebowilz will never live down his days when he taught at Baylor nor his great ability to tell jokes that are funny, but only to him, but ITT couldn't do without "leaping I .eon," Professor I-oitcaux the dedicated "Democrat" with the nickname of "i.e.." but he is one of tlie most outstanding young professors of law in this part of the country; Dean McCormick noser receives "assault" but is given tlie great dignity he deserves; Professors Fielder ami Moorhead are running a close race for tlie "Lenny Zwiener" award for the long delay in getting their exams graded; Mr. Olerer and his Harvard background is usually mentioned and his love for PAD doesn't escape notice; Professor Ruud, PHIL MANN Outstanding Actor in class, has great ability to evade nuestiuns but he sices take down the low Review laiys a peg or two; Dr. Smith is depicted as the eighteen hour man, and it is true, no one works luirder or longer or is more veibose; Professor Slayton, tlse gentleman and scholar, bias earned his laurels and is now by-passed from assault; but not Professor Sutton, tlie "gum shoo" who is known for his ambition, his friendliness, and his many courses Iso has taught; and Assault and Flattery, would not be tlie same without remarks about Profs-ssor Stumbcrg and his “chicken." liis road map of Texas tlut goes only tluoiigbi wet counties, and his traditional statement, "Next man. wlial do you think?". Profe sor Thode i« known for liis class room recitation procedure ; Professor Wilkinson for his l!MO lies and I9M hats; and who can forget when Professor Williams was beaten on his own exam by a student who made a I1J; Professor Woodward it about to live down his "Santa Claus" reputation for giving high grades; Professor Witherspoon hasn't lost contact with his direct line to heaven ami his tremendous vocabulary is generally butchc-icd by his stuJcnt impersonator ; Professor Wright was seen on lake Austin practicing, practicing what someone asked, practicing walking on staler was the answer, it is true tliat Professor Wright lias one of the most brilliant legal minds in existence and he doesn't keep it a secret, it is also trxic that Professor Wright Isas never lost a legal Eagle Championship, not only is he a good professor and coach but he is a good friend to all of his students; Professor Solomon did not escape notice of his low grades ami unusual approach to Criminal law. Professor Morrison, Elliott and lluie ore on leave of absence and escaped some but not all assault this year. Phi Delta Phi legal Fraternity won First Place for their Outstanding Skit and Phil Mann was selected as tlie Oustamhng Actor for In portrayal of Professor Stumberg. Other law students that were mentioned for outstanding work in their rcspectisc 'kits were Jack Borslter as "Grumpy" Keeton, for tlie Praetors; Betty Gipson as Chet Huntley and Julia Kleinsclmiidt as the Pcregrinus. for the law Wises; Ellen Belchs-r, George Hagle, Dalton Tomlin and Selby Sullivan in addition to I’lnl Mann, were among the standouts in the I sear professional Phiddlev I’hcc skit; Jask Walters, Ace Pickens as "Slummy," and Henry Brooks as the Dean were the stars for PAD. Steve Newman and Buddy llcrtr. did an admirable job in the Freshman skit; and (or Delta Theta Phi. Clctc Binion as Richard Keeton, Ira Anderson, Sheridan Taylor and Rill McGinnis as the Dean were all in good form. Thanks to tlie fine work of Maik Saucing and George Wilhite, tlie Assault and Flattery Co-Chairman, am! tlie fine ‘kits that the various groups gave, made this one of tlie best Assault and Flattery programs of all times. 1443T A E 31 © § 2C | a CORWINA JOHNSON LEAPING LEONA LEBOWITZ REDDIE GIBSON AND WAYNETTA THODE ZSA ZSA FIELDER 145Law Wives Skit Phi Delta Phi Skit First Place Huberta Smith Faculty Skit Freshman Skit Don Howell and Phil Mann 147Portia 1002 Anita Portia is selected annually as the sweetheart of the Law School. This year, for the first time, the election was held in the fall of 1961 to allow Portia to reign for the entire year and not just the spring as has been the practice in the past. The entire student body of the law school is called upon to elect the fairest member to reign as Portia and to represent the Law School in numerous University events where charm and pulchritude arc the main requisites. The Portia contest is sponsored by the Pcrcgrinus, following nominations from the student body by a committee made up of qualified representatives who select the Portia nominees. This position of honor, elected by the Law School, is derived from the heroine of Shakespeare’s famous drama, The Merchant of Venice. As the story goes, Portia’s suitor was in great need of funds to enable him to pursue his goal of winning Portia, The suitor’s best friend, Antonio, borrowed money on the suitor’s behalf from Shylock, a bitter enemy of Antonio. The condition for the loan was that if not repaid on a certain day, Antonio would answer to Shylock with a pound of flesh. Disaster struck Antonio’s ships and the bitter creditor demanded his pound of flesh from Antonio in open court. Portia offered to pay three times the amount of the debt, but Shylock wanted revenge. Portia, disguised as a Doctor of Laws, entered court to help the unhappy Duke decide the case. Portia’s eloquent plea for Shylock to be merciful is one of the best known quotations from Sheakcspcare: “The quality of mercy is not strained; it droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven . . .” Shylock, not being a merciful man, was ncverthless about to take his debt, when Portia turned tire rigid letter of the law into a weapon to save Antonio. She warned Shylock: “Tins bond doth give thee here no jot of blood; the words expressly are a pound of flesh. Take then thy bond; but, in the cutting thereof, if thou dost shed one drop of Christian blood, thy lands and goods are by the laws of Venice, confiscate unto the state of Venice.” Thus, the character, legal brilliance, fortitude and wisdom of this beautiful young lady is indicative of the qualities of our Portia for 1962. 149iHtaa 31 o lelsy HraraUenMmt (Emtrt HENRY SIMON JOHN COPELAND LARRY NIEMANN LES MENDELSOHN iHnnt (Emtrt Auutriia WINNING TEAM—Henrv Simon, John Copeland. $200.00 from Thompson, Knight, Wright Simmons. SECOND PLACE TEAM—Larry Niemann, Los Mendelsohn, $100.00 from The University of Texas Law School Foundation. BEST BRIEF, HILDEBRAND COMPETITION-Craig Austin, Willis Taylor, $200.00 from Fulbright, Crookcr, Freeman, Bates Jaworski. BEST BRIEF, CRIMINAL LAW BRACKET-Mike Weston, Jim Jones, $100.(K) from Fulbright, Crocker, Freeman, Bates Jaworski. BEST BRIEF, LABOR LAW BRACKET-Ken Miller, Robert C. Moore, $100.00 from Vinson, Elkins, Weems Searls. NATIONAL COMPETITION TEAM-James C. Johnson, Bert Adkins, Jim Ivy, $250.00 from Turner, White, Atwood, McLane Francis. STATE BAR COMPETITION TEAM-Charles H. Lloyd, Ben Turner, Larry Nie-mann, $100.00 from Andrews, Kurth, Campbell Bradley. 152MEMBERS OF THE SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS JUDCE THE FINAL ROUND OF THE HILDEBRAND COMPETITION (tart Left to right: Robert W. Hamilton, Associate Justice James R. Norvell, Associate Justice Frank P. Culver, Jr., Associate Justice Meade F. Griffin, Associate Justice Robert W. Calvert, Chief Justice Clyde E. Smith, Associate Justice Ruel C. Walker, Associate Justice Joe Creenhill, Associate Justice Zollie Steaklcy, Associate Justice THE PROBLEM The final argument before the Supreme Moot Court of Texas concerned a legal controversy that has raged for half a century and which is still in dispute throughout the nation: whether or not a charitable institution should be held liable for the negligence of one of its employees, which caused injury to another. ‘ Petitioner, represented by Simon and Copeland, had undergone surgery in a Travis County hospital, after which her physician prescribed a blood transfusion. The hospital made the necessary arrangements with Respondent, the local blood bank, represented bv Niemann and Mendelsohn. One of the blood bank’s employees had negligently failed to ascertain that the donor of the blood given to Petitioner had once suffered from infectious hepatitis. This blood, containing the hepatitis virus, caused Petitioner to suffer a costly illness and to be unable to work for six months. The district court dismissed Petitioner’s suit and gave a summary judgment for Respondent. The Court of Civil Appeals affirmed, and Petitioner then appealed her case to the Supreme Court. 153 Winners John Copeland and Henry Simon with Chief Justice Robert Calvert.Mmit (tort JOHN COPELAND AND HENRY SIMON LARRY NIEMANN AND LES MENDELSOHN llinmttg Sfeaut S’wrmti $larr ©ram JIM C. JONES AND MIKE WESTON WILLIS TAYLOR AND CRAIG AUSTIN 154 rmi-3Finali0tfl Mmt dmtrt WAYNE SCOTT AND MALLORY MILLER (§ I A K a HARVIN MOORE AND LARRY MONTGOMERY 3 N A E J f (J; 0 DAVID DuBOSE AND BROOKS ALEXANDER TOM HENSON AND ROBERT COFFEY BOB DAWSON AND JAMES MASHBURN On this plaque in the halls of the law school are perpetuated the names of the winning teams of all the past Hildebrand Competitions. The glaring discrepancy of the size and boldness in lettering is a matter of economics and self-esteem. From 1949 to 1956, the printing costs were paid for by the Law School Foundation. However, beginning in 1957 the teams themselves contracted and paid for their own artist to commemorate their victory to all posterity. . IF r BRAND COMPET r, ►NV wlnnkrs % 41 Bur .loot Soi'J' ttiMiitl'l Hnrrl J.ick C HodowocJ 11 Carl 0. live. Jr. NornumlV P l ack Donold G. Canute at? Donald F H tliel ! ' Jim K. Chooic Owen C ceil Harlow Ii. Sprouse William E. Hall, Sylvan SleJ hen Lang -i9r.n Jo. L SI !Si; -in: i S'i.lixuj S. McClendon. Ill 1951-1951 Jnincis R. M«j«jOr« LV.M953 Pidlotj P Andrews W53-I95.4 .hick l.ujiiit . -34-1955 Charles h Sugorman S,,?a-S36 Richard 1 instoan 195$ Tom Bron n 1957-1958 James Harris 1958-1959 John E.Tecdl 1959-19® Noil EAVoinbronnor 19601961 Joel R Kay 155Mnot (Emtrt JAMES C. JOHNSON BERT ADKINS JIM IVY National (UnutprtUimt (Team HAROLD LLOYD BEN TURNER LARRY NIEMANN S’tat? Sar (Eomprtitinn Qfcaut 1.56Moot (tart 3Frraljman (Competition WINNERS WELDON BRADY Winner—Constitutional Luxe JOE SHANNON MANUEL ALMAGUER W inner—T orts Winner—Property ■(JotBljotB of Amateur Ataratea Reconnaissance Report: Enemy ojtencd mouth, inserted foot, and sxcalloxved gracefully.” "Well, Jake, you can burn all 350 of ’em now. “Get back to that brief, Kcn-it's only 4:00 a.m.' $rief Writing (0uiHmaatera JOHN BELL BOB GREENBERG JIMMY IVY JOHN JEFFERSON RICHARD KEETON JULIAN LYLES BILL MATTHEWS LARRY NIEMANN 157Moot (Emtrt MOOT COURT BOARD—Seated: Wayne Scott, Jimmy Ivy, Bill Sunshine, Larry Niemann, and Bert Adkins. Standing: Mike Weston, Les Mendelsohn, Tom Davis. Jim Johnson, and Cahill Hitt. Not Pictured: Ben Turner, and Clenn Craves. Larry Niemann, Chairman; Mr. Caynor Kendall, Faculty Director, and Ben Turner, Secretary. The Hildebrand Moot Court Competition The Hildebrand Moot Court Competition, held annually at tlie Texas law School in memory of the I.ate Dean Ira I . Hildebrand, begins in the Fall with competition in the National Bracket. The winners of this bracket represent the law School in tire annual regional rounds of the National Moot Court Competition The Local Competition starts in early October when the entering teams, composed of two students each, are divided into several groups, which are assigned problems in different fields of law. Each team is given a transcript and record of a trial in a district court and is assigned to represent the appellant or appellee in prosecuting the appeal. Tire teams then research the problem, write a brief and present an argument to the Moot Court of Appeals. 'lire teams winning two or more rounds of oral arguments then compote in Spring Hildebrand in which each team submits another brief on a new problem, 'lire final arguments between the top two teams arc held on Law Day and arc judged by the Supreme Court of Texas. The entire nsoot program it under the capable direction of Caynor Kendall, prominent Texas appellate lawyer, and the year long competitions arc administered by the Moot Court Board, election to which is made from those students who have proven their appellate capsbslities by a record of success in the various competitions. 158IGaui lag Amarus Baker, Bolts, Shepherd 6 Coates $100 to the outstanding Senior student—Bert Adkins. Baker, Bolls, Shepherd 6 Coaler—$100 to the outstanding Mid-Law student—Richard Keeton. Fulbright, Croaker, Freeman, Bates 6 Jaworski $150 to the outstanding Mid-Law student who has earned a substantial part of his expenses while in Law School—Kenneth H. Johnson. Baker, Bolts, Shepherd O Coates $100 to the Mid-Law student who makes the most scholastic progress in the semester following his first year in Law School—Jerry Lucas. Roys!on. Razor is Cook $300 to the Senior student who has made the most scholastic progress following his first year in Law School—Tom Jeter, Mallory Miller and Robert Moore. Carrington, Johnston 0 Stephens $100 to an outstanding first-year student—Shannon Ratliff. Baker, Bolts, Shepherd 6 Coates— $100 to an outstanding first-year student—Gerald Moore. Herbert L. Smith Prize—a prize of $150 and a prize of $75 to the two students, having financial need, who have done the best student research work in the field of administrative law. Contributed by Phillip Robinson and Mert Starnes of Austin in memory of their deceased partner Henry Kyle and Frank Clover. Andrews, Knrth, Campbell (? Bradley—$100 to the student who has contributed most in an extracurricular way to the welfare of the Law School—Tati Santiesteban. Andrews, Knrth, Campbell is Bradley—$100 to the Senior student whose character and ability, in the opinion of his associates, give the greatest promise of achieving distinction in the practice of law— James C. Johnson. Phi Alpha Delta Achicvment Award -a set of the United States Supreme Court Reports to the Senior student who, in the estimation of the faculty, shows the most of a constructive professional contribution to society and to the development of the legal profession, donated by Justice Tom C. Clark of the United States Supreme Court —Taylor Gandy. Vinson, Elkins, Weems is Searls Award $100 to the outstanding student in the field of oil and gas law, who is to be selected by the faculty on the basis of grades, research and writing in the field of oil and gas law—Harry Reasoner. Trotter, Cramer is Childs—$100 to an outstanding Mid-Law student —Perry Barber. Trotter, Cramer is Childs $100 to an outstanding First-Year student —Harry Akin. Larry I aim!a Award—For that Law student, in financial need, who, by virtue of his integrity, sincerity, dedicated industry, and understanding of his fellow man, shows promise of making a significant contribution to his profession and to society—Charles McClure. Jarrcl Caronzik Award (“Ilildy’s Cutback")—$100 to a law student, who, by virtue of intransigence or adaptability, failure or success, personality or persistence, handicaps or ability, or perhaps, simple mundane magnetism, captures the imagination and respect of the Law Faculty—Willard Finkclstcin. Special Award of $50.00—Bcttie Jo Stock. Peregrin us Awards of Merit for Outstanding Performance on the Perc-grinus—Julian Lyles, Bill McGinnis, Larry Niemann, Joe Steelman, Terry Kendall and David A. Smith. Texas Law Forum Awards of Excellence for Outstanding Performance on the Forum—Ken Miller, Henry Bettis, John Nelms, Bill Neal, Alan McNeill. Tom Davis and Emmy Morris. Other members of the staff received Awards of Recognition. Texas Law Review Prizes Wall Street Journal Award—Ed Howell and Sam Denny. Vernon Law Book Company a set of Vernon’s Annotated Texas Statutes to the student contributing the best work to the Texas Law Review—Jim Parker. Lou; Review Board of Directors—a bound set of the Texas Law Review to the student contributing the second-best work to the Texas Law Review—Charles Wolfram. Wright Matthews—$100 for the best paper on income, estate, or gift taxation—Charles Wolfram. lawyer’s Title Insurance Company $100 for the best paper on the law of real property—Tully Florey. Best Overall Contributions to the Law Review—four prizes of $100 each contributed by Ben II. Powell, Jr., in memory of his father, the late Judge Ben H. Powell; Vinson, Elkins, Weems Searls. Baker, Botts, Shepherd Coates, and Powell, Rauhut, McGinnis, Reavly Lockridgc—David Browning, Frank Clover, Tully Florey and Harry Reasoner. Texas Association of Plaintiff's Attorneys—$100 for the best paper for publication in the Texas Law Review in the fields of Workmen’s Compensation or Torts—Ccorgc Chapman. Scholastic Achievement and Legal Fraternity Awards Mid-Law Scholastic Achievement Award a $50.00 gift certificate and a set of McCormick and Ray on Texas Evidence from the Vernon Law Book Company to the two Mid-Law students who have most improved their scholastic averages during the past year—John Fainter and Mike Furman. Delta Theta Phi Achievement Awards—Sam Houston Award, a $100 set of books to the Senior member of the Senate who has attained the greatest achievement in the opinion of his fellows; donated by Claude Voyles, former member of the University Board of Regents— Bob Pfeuffer and Runner-up went to Floyd Guest. The Tharp award, a desk pen set to the Senior member who has made the most contribution to the welfare of the fraternity—Bill McGinnis and runner-up went to Al Pnictt. Other nominees were Don Leslie, George Conn and John King. Phi Alpha Delta Outstanding Senior Award—Certificate awarded by the National Fraternity to the outstanding senior member of the Tom Clark Chapter—John McQuigg and Runner-up went to Julian Lyles. Other nominees were Taylor Gandy. David Du Bose, Larry Niemann and Ken T. Miller. Phi Delta Phi Outstanding Graduate Award—presented to the outstanding graduating member of Roberts Inn based on grades, activities and promise of achievement in the profession—Harry Reasoner and Runner-up went to George Chapman. Other nominees were Jim Neel, Jim Parker, I,cc Chagra and Bert Adkins. Praetor Outstanding Senior Award—to the Senior member making outstanding contributions to the fraternity and whose record gives promise of service to the profession—Holt Irby and Runner-up went to Marion Jack Borchers. The entire senior membership were also nominated. Consul Awards—presented in recognition of the Distinguished Record of Student Leadership, coupled with Outstanding Personal Service to the Law School—George Chapman, Tati Santiesteban, Julian Lyles, Larry Niemann, Bill McGinnis, Joe Hood, Mallory Miller, Ken Miller, Charles McClure, Bettie Jo Stock, Ray Gene Smith, Robert C. Moore, Marion J. Borchers. John Holstead, Lee Chagra, Jim Parker, Jimmy Ivy, John McQuigg. Ben Turner and Harry Reasoner. 159 te tm een well spent, which by the sum of its influence makes nearly syji mous the two great concepts .... law and justice.” John Charles Townes vi - 3 ochr -»•© Pjt Alpfya i?lta Local Founding 1947 National Founding 1902 Number of Chapters 86 Local Chapter Tom C. Clark ©ffirrrs Fall Spring JACK McQUIGG.________justice.....CHARLES McCLURE DAVID DuBOSE......vice justice...LEE ALWORTH TAYLOR GANDY_________clerk.......LARRY NIEMANN CHARLES McCLURE.....treasurer....TOM CONNALLY First Row: H. Akin, L. Alworth, R. Amis, K. Andrews, and B. Bailey. Second Row: R. Barras, R. Berry, P. Bowers, J. Brandon, and H. Brooks. Third Row: J. Cain, G. Carson, B. Chertkov, J. Connally, and T. Connally. Fourth Row: B. Conover, F. Cooksey, J. Culpepper, T. Davis, and G. Dixie. 162D. DuBose G. Dunlap C. Flanacan M. Furman T. Candy H. Gee D. Grosenheider D. Guinn D. Haralson J. Harper F. Herzog C. Hitt G. Holloway J. Hood H. Hoover J. Ivy J. Jefferson J. Johnson C. Kelly P. Kelly R. Krist D. Lacy B. Lane D. Lane J. Leeka B. Lemens L. Lippincott D. Luna J. Lyles M. Mahaffey 1(53L. Mann C. Martin W. Martin J. McCarty J. McClennan C. McClure V. McCrea P. McConnell T. McDade E. McDonough J. McQuicc K. Miller T. Mills H. Moore B. Moser M. Murphy M. Myers R. Nichols L. Niemann A. Palmhos J. Patrick J. Peck A. Pickens E. Pickett M. Ratliff J. Shannon R. Shannon D. A. Smith D. L. Smith R. Smith 164A. St. John B. Spinn J. Stofer B. Sullivant B. Swann K. Tekell B. Tinnell B. Turner B. Tyler D. Wadsworth n f - i p b n B. Womble W. Wueste 4Fih J. Walter M. Wash M. Weston B. Wiley Not Pictured: Brooks Alexander, Charles Barnett, John Fainter, Glenn Graves, Herb Haschke, Dick Kelsey, Marcial Knapp, Bud Lenning, Bill Mount, Steve Oaks, Mike Sebastian, Bill Sunshine, Paul West, and Marion Whitehead. New Spring Members as of March 31, 1962. (Pictures for this section had gone to press when new spring members were announced and therefore unpictured): Alton Alsup, Norman Ankeman, Ronnie Blackstock, John E. Bradshaw, Clarence Chandler, Jerry Coleman, Walter Conrad, James Cowden, Jim Cox, Bob Earp, Don Emory, Dane Everton, Rod Gilbert, David Gooch, Dick Gregg, Alex Harrison, Bob Hastedt, Buddy Her ., Darrell Jordan, Raymond Kerr, Frank Knapp, Bill LaFont, Clayton Lagrone, Harry Lawson, Ed Marston, Mike May, Billy Payne, Tom Renfro, Don Rorschach, Earl Rutledge, Tom Sharpe, Alfred Sheppard, Pete Sjostrom, Jack Smith, Walter Taylor, Scott Thrash, Bill Vance, Gary Webb, Dan Webster, and Charles White. Each year the members select the Outstanding Senior PAD of the year and this year the honor went to Jack Mc-Quigg, the past Justice. Runner-up went to Julian Lyles; other nominees were Taylor Candy, Larry Niemann, Ken Miller and David DuBose. The Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity presently has 86 chapters which is more than any other legal fraternity. Men who have been members of Phi Alpha Delta include, former Presidents of the United States, William Howard Taft, Harry Truman, Warren Harding and Woodrow Wilson. Also Richard Nixon, John J. Sparkman and Alben Barkley. Also Supreme Court members Earl Warren, Wilev Rutledge, William O. Douglas, Tom C. Clark, Harold H. Burton, Robert H. Jackson and Charles E. Whittaker. Also Price Daniel of Texas, former Governor Goodwin J. Knight of California, Covemor Edmund Niuskic of Maine, former Chief Justice of the Texas Supreme Court John E. Hickman, and many other Governors, Senators and outstanding men. Phi Alpha Delta has been the largest fraternity at The University of Texas for several years and prides itself for the outstanding parties and social events it has each semester. Phi Alpha Delta has won more Intramural Championships in the last few years than any other fraternity and holds eleven of the seventeen positions on the Board of Covernors. 165Pjt ielta Pji Local Founding 1909 National Founding 1869 Number of Chapters 79 Local Chapter Roberts Inn Fall JIM PARKER................ MACISTER.. JOHN DAWSON................EXCHEQUER SAM DENNY................... clerk. HARRY REASONER............historian. Spring .HARRY REASONER CHARLES WOLFRAM DON HOWELL PERRY BARBER First Row: M. Adams, F. Adelman, B. Adkins, A. Albin, and C. Austin. Second Row: J. Andrus, S. Baernstein, P. Barber, J. Barlow, and J. Bell. Third Row: G. Benson, B. Berry, J. Biesel, D. Black, and W. Brady. Fourth Row: J. Branton, B. Bratton, D. Browning, L. Chagra, and G. Chapman. 166R. Coffey J. Copeland F. Crews J. Dawson S. Denny J. Douclas R. Edens L. Fink R. Fisher T. Florey W. Fortney J. Foutch J. Gallacher L. Gibbs F. Ciesber R. C ip son R. Glandon A. Chaber T. Grinstead G. Grossman G. Hacle B. Hamilton L. Hknslee R. Hope D. Howell E. Howell C. Hustace G. Jarvis J. Johnson K. Johnson- 167M. Johnson J. Jones M. Joplin J. Karkowsky R. Keeton F. Kelly D. Latciiford D. Leccett L. Levy J. Lewis H. Long P. Mann n P Pi n i B. Matthews M. McCulloucii L. Mendelsohn S. Middlebrook C. Miller '■' Cl 01 M. Moehlman L. Montgomery R. C. Moore rJ R. T. Moore T. Mourns J. Neel R. Neill W. Nixon H. Oxford J. Parker O. Pennington S. Perel T. Pope 168R. Price R. Randolph J. Ranson H. Reasoner N. Rogers L. Roloff D. Roper M. Sansing B. Schmidt J. Sides p ft ft rhwft l‘4 P O frh Tcv . r ■ r- 1 fk L. Sikes H. Simon J. Smyer S. Sparks S. Stover S. Sullivan D. Tomlin E. Vance J. Wade C. Wolfram Sol Pictured: John Bagnlay, James Boklrick. Frank Clover, James Doherty. Robert Falls, Alfred Fitzpatrick, Glenn Foster, David Cray, James Crevcllc, Howard Hayden, Robert Lewis, Fre l Lohmeyer, Rolrert McKenzie, James McBride, Robert Patterson. Tannic Pizzitola, Jack Ratliff, John Ricnstra, Barry Stone, David Tate, Gordon Thompson. William Tunnan. John Turner, and Robert Turner. Sew Spring SI embers as of March 31, 1962 (Pictures for this section had gone to press when new spring members were announced and are therefore unpictured): James Adkins, John Bassett, Lynn Coleman, John Curtis, Randolph Elliott, David Cage, Harold Hammett, Wallace Harwood, Jem- Lee Hughes, Henry D. Johnson, Lawrence Joseph, Edward Kel-Icnbergcr. Bruce Knapp. Fritz A. Kortli, Eugene Lycrly. Oliver McClellan, Robert McIntyre. Caynell Mcthvin, John Monroe, Gerald Moore. Vance Morgan, Cary Norton, Willi:un Neal, William Paddock, Philip Presse. Shannon Ratliff, Fred Sanders, Pen)' Scott, David Spoor, John Stewart, Thomas Terrell, Robert Venable, Jim Watson, and William Woodford. Koch year I be Outstanding Graduate Award is presented to the senior who has shown qualities of leadership amt seholirship ability. Tills year the honor went to Harry M. Reasoner of San Marcos. Runner-up went to George C. Chapman. Other nominees were Lee Ohagra. Bert Adkins. Jim N'eeb, and Jim Parker. Phi Delta Phi was organized in 1809 and Is the oldest legal fraternity in the world. There are 79 active chapters in existence ami Kolierts Inn was organized in 1909. The high admission requirement of an overall 75 overage has resulted in the common designation of the Phi Delta Plil as the "scholars fraternity.” Iwt the fraternity activities are by no meant limited to the scholarly pursuits. Rolierts Inn annually schedules a variety of social events of genuine interest to its members. The twice-monthly dinner meetings are supplemented by cocktail parties in the fall and spring and semi-annual initiation dinner dances. The initiates are not the only honored guests at the dinner (Luces. Each dance occasions the recognition of an outstanding member of the legal profession as an honorary initiate, and the Teas Supreme Court Justices are always in attendance. The Phi Delta Phi football team was nmner-up to the |irofesvional team of Professor Charles A. W'riglit, the team loosely denominated as the 1-fgnl Eagle . Although the basketball team did not do so well, the Phi Delta Phi snllrvKill teams finished first and second. Tims the outlook of Phi Delta Phi may lie characterized as one of the enlightened emphasis of the development of well-rounded students in preparation of their rendering significant future contrilMitions to the legal profession. The majority of the law faculty are member of Phi Delta Phi. as arc most law school Dean . 169ffraetnrs Local Founding 1951 National Founding 1951 ©fftrers Fall Spring RICHARD YOUNG________urbanus_______HOLT IRBY GERALD SUMMERFORD....perecrinus....JACK BORCHERS HOLT IRBY TUTELARH— JOE STEELMAN JACK BORCHERS________aerarii.......JO TEDD BROOKS First Row: D. Alsup, R. Arthur, R. Aycock, B. Barton, and J. Barton. Second Row: B. Berry, J. Borchers, M. Bray, J. Brooks, and D. Buchner. Third Row: J. Cardenas, G. Christie, G. Cortez, D. Curry, and W. Eblen. Fourth Row: J. Evans, W. Finkelstein, D. Ham, B. Harris, and C. Harris. 170T. Higgins J. Holstead W. Hum H. Irby II. Isaacks T. Kendall R. Kuhn J. Lucas H. Niksch R. Nunley B. Rice T. Santiesteban J. Steelman C. Summerford F. Thompson Not Pictured: Thomas Barrington, Bob Edwards, Tim Kirk, Claxton Seeley, and Jay Sorrel. New Spring Members as of March 31, 1962 (Pictures for this section had gone to press when the new spring members were announced and therefore not pictured): Robert Allen, Charles Berry, Dennis Holly, Charles Macmanus, Paul Morreno, and Bob Sorrell. The 1962 Praetor Outstanding Senior Award went to Holt Irby; runner-up was Marion Jack Borchers. All seniors in the Praetor Legal Fraternity were eligible. The Praetors pride themselves as being the only chapter in the United States and in eleven years of its existence some of the most oustanding lawyers in Texas have been Praetors. The Praetors also pride themselves as l cing a service fraternity to the law school. The President of the Student Bar Association, Tati Santiesteban, is a Praetor. John Holstead, Law Assemblyman, Honor Council member and Legal Research Director is a Praetor and many other Praetors hold key ]positions on the Board of Governors. Each year the Praetors select an honorary member of the Legal Profession to be a Praetor. The name of Praetor comes from the name of the ancient ruler. Praetor Peregrinus. This year many parties were given as well as outings on the lake where all members and their families can get together for fun and frolic. This year five beer busts were given for rushees and members, get acquainted coffees, chapter dinners at Villa de Len .os and a Homecoming Dance at the Bergstrom Officer Club highlighted the years events. 171!?lta ©fyeta P)t Local Founding 1916 National Founding 1900 Number of Chapters 60 Local Chapter, Sam Houston Senate Fall ROBERT T. PFEUFFER ©ffirers DEAN Spring FLOYD E. GUEST, JR. FLOYD E. GUEST, JR. J. ALBERT PRUETT, JR. BROADUS A. SPIVEY TRIBUNE PATRICK DOYLE bill j. McGinnis EXCHEQUER THOMAS G. JETER, JR. First Row: W. Anderson, B. Andrews, J. Clayton, G. Conn, and B. Cranz. Second Row: P. Doyle, C. Edwards, L. Fann, E. Green, and F. Guest. Third Row: H. Gulley, T. Jeter, R. Kessel, J. LeBleu, and D. Leslie. Fourth Row: J. King, B. McGinnis, A. McNeill, J. Migl, and O. Moore. 172L. Myers D. Naranjo R. Neisig F. Pfeiffer R. Pfeuffer A. Pruett VV. Radford J. Reilly T. Roberts W. Roever •'7X? 4,r% 1 ■an m P p P Cl 1I4r% Not Pictured: Ira Anderson, Clayte Binion III, John A. Bradshaw, Malcolm Dade, David Dickey, Tom Guin, Robert Hyatt, Lloyd Martin, William Mason, Jr., Gus Mutscher, Harold Schmidt, Broadus Spivey, Joel D. Tinker, William Wells, and Laughton Whitehead. New Spring Members as of March 31, 1962 (Pictures for this section had gone to press when new spring members were announced and therefore unpictured): Bill E. Bailey, Cimron Campbell, John Gillis, Bill Glaspy, Tom Hanna, Bob Hinsley, Sam Kelsall, Jerry Long, Mario Martinez, Roger Powell, Skip Scoggins, Wayne Scott, J. C. Stromberger, Wayne Tinkler, and Greg Underwood. E. Scwab T. Shannon R. Smith J. Spurlock F. Talkington M. Tate S. Taylor R. Thome A. Torres D. Uher Winner of the Sam Houston Award was Bob Pfeuffer. Runner-up was Floyd Guest. Tharp Award winner was Bill McGinnis. Delta Theta Phi is the only legal fraternity at the Law School that has their own private fraternity house. Just one block from the Law School is the recently completed $50,000.00 modernistic cutstone fraternity house that is the result of twelve years planning. Twelve law students live at the fraternity house which lias a library, lounge and playroom. Delta Theta Phi long has been known for the parties, dances and dinners that are given each semester. Professor Corwin Johnson, faculty sponsor, is just one of many outstanding alumni of Delta Theta Phi. Delta Theta Phi, as such, came into existence on September 28, 1913, after duly appointed representatives of three law fraternities (Delta Phi Delta, founded in 1900; Alpha Kappa Phi, founded in 1902; and Theta Lambda Phi, founded in 1903), had met and resolved themselves into one fraternity under the present name. The Sam Houston Senate is the oldest Senate in Texas and was founded in 1917. Former Governor Allan Shivers is an active alumnus of Delta Theta Phi and had taken an active interest in all this chapter has done. Delta Theta Phi has alumni chapters all over Texas and we feel that Delta Theta Phi is the only legal fraternity that takes such an active interest in their alumni after graduation. 1732£apjm $?ta ft Local Founding 1947 National Founding 1961 Number of Chapters 61 GDffirers BETTIE JO STOCK... JO ANNE CHRISTIAN. ANITA MEYERS...... WANDA CREAMER..... ............DEAN N ICE DEAN SECRETARY TREASURER Anita Meyers Bettie Jo Stock As of April 3rd, New Spring Members had not been selected. Kappa Beta Pi is a national womens legal sorority and at The University of Texas requires a 70 average to be eligible for membership. 174Mmbmiljtp of Hatu Sacbplora (Club Alsup, James Alton, Jr. Anderson, Owen Wade Armor, William Magill Bain, Jerry Ed Beck, David Joseph Belleau, Bernard Biesel, Jerry Wayne Bonncy, Charles Edward Brooks, Henry Tebbs Campbell, Cimron Carruth, Stanley Bradford Carson, Ccorge Cox, David Michael Cox, Jimmy Ray Crane, Robert Thompson Custis, Elza Tom Darley, Roger Ccorge Dubose, David Chamberlan Earp, Robert Dean Edwards, Cecil Augustus Fassnidge, Warner Frederick Giltner, Thomas Andrew Green, Lee Sledge Crow, Thomas Logswcll Gully, Jack Haygood Harrell, Douglas Harris, John Weldon Herz, Irwin Max, Jr. Hilburn, David Houston Hill, Jerome, IV Hinslev, Robert Benjamin Hood, Joe Tom Houser, Cordon Willard Jones, Robert Knox Keever, Thomas Franklin Kendall, Terrance Caynor Kennedy, Robert Eugene Kyle, Henry Carper Lawson, Henry Jed Lawty, Thomas Miller Leslie, Donald Stuart Levy, Robert Grover, II Lewis, John Furman Little, Harvey Edward Long, Jcrv Edward Luna, Joseph Richard Lverly, Eugene Ray Lyles, Julian K. Macmanus, Charles Joseph McDonough, Edward Bailey, Jr. Matthews, Guy Edward Meyer, Henry Conrad Meyers, Larry Gale Mu Id row, Hal Kennedy Murphy, Michael Gordon Mutscher, Gus Franklin Newman, Stephen Niemann, Larry Patton, Robert Louis Perel, Stephen Andrew Phagan, Jimmie Russell Power, William Holloway Saint John, Alan Seelv, Claxton Brown Shivers, Roy Gilbert Short, David Gaines_ Ham Mturs UJemhrrsbtp Abel, Frances (C. Houston) Akin, Carol (Robert Harry) Alworth, Helen Ann (Lee Cary) Armstrong, Brookio (Frank) Austin, Jan (Craig L.) “Aycock, Bonnie (Rex) Barljcr, Martha (Perry O., Jr.) Barksdale, Donna (James) “Barras, Nina (Richard A.) Berry, Jane (Preston) Berry, Chcrri (Charles) Black, Mary Alice (Richard E.) Blackburn, Malinda (Win. M.) Boldrick, Suzy (James Pratt) Borehers, Robbie (Marion Jack) Bouldin, Joyce (Mercer) 0Bradford, beanie (James W.) “Brandon, Peggy (James E.) Bratton, Jane (Edwards B.) Bray, Myrna (J. Monty) Briscoe, Judi (James P.) Brooks, Marylou (Jo Tedd) Brown, Merrie Ann (Frederick S.) Buckley, Jo Ann (Michael) Bums, Eloise (Charles Finney) Butler, Linda (Ira, Jr.) Cantu, Carolyn (John Carlos) Camtlicrs, Marie (Paul Thomas) •Chagra, Jo Anne (Lee AIkIou ) Chapman, Gayla (George) Chertkov, Lynn (Boren L.) •Christie, Patricia (Ccorge F.) Christian, Jo Anne Coffey, Jo Anne Coleman, Patty (Jerry) Collins, Carol (Michael) Connally, Vella (Joseph) •Cooksey, Lynn (Frank) Cowden, Susan (James H.) Craddock, Mary (Larry Jay) Curtis, Sue (H. Lamar, Jr.) Dade, Mary Ann (Malcolm) Dalton, Gctell (James L.) Davis, Jan (Tom Martin, Jr.) Diaz, Mary (Ramiro P.) Doyle, Barbara (P. T.) Dowd, Shirlee Duren, Joann (John R.) Dyer, Jcrrry (Curtis B.) “Eblcn, Mary Ann (William E.) Evans, Darla ( Robert) “Foster, Elaine (C. L.) •Foster, Marcia (Clenn H.) Foutch, Carolyn (James R.) Fox, Jo Nell (Malcolm J.) “Candy, Jean (Taylor) Gipson, Betty (Ray A.) “Glandon, Shirley (Roger) Gooch, Pamela (David) Gresham, Nancy (John K.) Groscnhcidcr, Margaret (Delno J.) “Gutierrez, Carlota (Roman) •Hamilton, Linda (Benjamin N.) Harper, Sally (lack Hardy) “Harris. Mariella (Bclvin) Harris. Pat (Clifton Dunn, Jr.) Harvick, Mary Ellen (F. E., Jr.) Hasclikc, Ann Lee (H. P., Jr.) Henson, Shirley (Walter Tom) Iliblcr, Betty Joe (Otis) “Hitt, Mary Sue (Cahill) Holle, Nancy Hoover, Nancy (Howard S., Jr.) Hope, Francinc (Ruben W., Jr.) Howell, Gwen (Donald L.) Hudspeth, Jane (Roy) Hustacc, Carol Ann (Cedric) Irby, La Verne (Holt) Jefferson, Ann Page (John R.) Jeter, Maureen (Thomas G., Jr.) Johnson. Marietta (Henry D.) Joplen, Barbara (Julian Mike) Kellenbergcr, Jessica, Edward R.) Kerr, Nancy (Raymond Carlyle) King, Della (John T.) Knapp, Meredith (Bruce Reed) Krcimeyer, Karin (James H.) Lacy, Donna Sue (Donald D., Jr.) Lane. Kay (Robert B.) Latch ford, Betty Sue (David) Lee, Barbara (Ivon) Legro, Donna (Monta K.) Lemens, Jean (Vernon, Jr.) Lcnning, Lola (Sherman R., Jr.) •Long, Betty v Harry S.) Lucas, Susan (Jerry B.) Marston, Graeme (Edgar J., Ill) Martin, Janet (Win. C., Ill •Martin, Sue (Lloyd C.) Martinez, Mabel Meadows, Patricia (Curtis W., Jr.) Middlebrook, Janet (S. Ancial) Migl, Claudcll (John Joe) Miller, Laura Beth (Ken T.) Miller, Margaret (Mallory L., Jr.) Mohumbro, Kay (Charles Win.) Moore, Dorothy (Robert C.) Moore, Melody (Otha Lee) Moore, Nancy (Cay Lee) Morris, Sherry (Thomas Alan) Moreno, Mary Mortcnsen, Kay (Ccorge Wm.) Moser, Margaret (Win. B. Jr.) McClellan, Carole (Barr) McClure, Sandra (Charles) McConnell, Pat (Philip I.) McCullough, Sharon (Mike P.) McGinnis, Patsy (Billy Jack) McGregor, Johnnie (Timmie Ray) McIntyre, Danya (Rol ert Hicks) McKinney, Susan (Ed Winton) McLain, Sue (Frank E.) McMurrey, Candace (Robert M.) •Nathan, Iris (Jerry) Nation, Carol (Thomas Hadley) Neal, Diane (Hcrschel L., Jr.) Neal, Gail (Bill) Neill, Sylvia (R. L.) Neisic, Sarah (Russell W.) Nelms, Barbara (John R.) Nelson, Connie (Hal L.) Norvcll, Cynthia (Lipscomb, Jr.) Ntinlcy, Barbara (Richard K.) Parker, Flo (James A.) Parker, Frieda (Robert Manley) 175 Smith, Thomas Theodore Sorrell, Sterling Norman Spangler, Charles McDougall Stromberger, John Carl Sullivant, William Benton Tate, David Las well Terrell, Thomas Souter Thrash, Norman Scott Tyler, Bobby Shannon Underwood, Gregory Lee Wadsworth, Doug Jay Wallace, William Howe Webb, Gary Baxter Webster, Daniel George, III Weir, Warren Nelson Wheat, Joe Franklin White, Charles McDonald Wiley, Billy Glen Winship, Glenn Eldon, Jr. Patterson, Arline (Rolwry Gary) Pettit. Sylvia (John Foster) •Pizzitola, Mary Jane (Tannic L.) Pope, Wita (Thomas Turner) Pruett, Vada (James Albert) Quick, Virginia (Malcolm L.)— associate member Randolph, Lynn (Roliert R.) Ray, Jeanette (Sammy E.) Renfro, Margarett (Tom B.) Rodgers, Lynn (Rol ert S.) Roloff, Martha (Lynn) Rorschach, Robyn (Don J.) Rutledge, June (A. Burt) “Santicstcban, Sue (H. Tati) Schmidt, Jo (Dennis R.) Scott, Patricia (L. Wayne) Shannon, Dianne (Joe, Jr.) Shannon, Gail Sjostrom, Judy (Peter N.) “Smith, Betty (Ray Gene) Smith, Patti (Don Hargrove) Sorrell, Mary (Jay R.) Spinn, Margie (Roger) Spoor, Tookie (David Charles) Stafford, Betsy (Harry W.) Staley, Linda (Joe IL, Jr.) Steelman, Peggy (Joe) Stubbcman, Sue (David Craves) Suggs, Kay (John Thomas, Jr.) “Summcrford, Carolyn (Gerald) Tate, Twila (Milton Y., Jr.) Thorne, Sandra Todd, Ann (Jimmie B.) •Turner, Harriet (Ben B.) Turner, Sallic (John G., Jr.) Vance, Melinda (Estil A., Jr.) Wade, Edna Frances (Jerome K.) “Wade, Myra (Robert E.) Wade, Pat (Fred R.) Walker, Jcraldine (Miller B.. Jr.) Watson, Paula (Jim Albert) Woodward, Charlotte (Joe L.) •January, 1961, graduates.£am Sarljelora (ttUtb OFFICERS: Seated: Larry Niemann and Joe Hood. Standing: Terry Kendall and Tommy Smith. 3FaU ©ffirfra LARRY NIEMANN........................advocate THOMAS T. SMITH......................BARON DOUG J. WADSWORTH.................. ..chief chancellor TERRENCE KENDALL.....................chancellor of the exchequer MIKE MURPHY ......................... deputy chancellor JOE T. HOOD..........................earl The Law Bachelors Club was formed in the spring of 1956 for one and only purposc-to promote contact (social contact) with the Co-eds of The University of Texas. Informal parties and picnics are organized throughout the year with sororities. The parties are casual and relaxed with the aid of appropriate beverage (Booze). Most of the parties this year were at the Elks Club on Sunday afternoons. For those law students who are still engaged in the carefree pursuits of bachelorhood, the Law Bachelors Club is a rather profitable organization. When a member’s female repertoire is depleted he can rely on the Bachelors Club to fix him up, but despite this, there continues to be a determined effort to ameliorate and cement relations with the fair sex over on the hill. The Bachelors have done an outstanding job of keeping up the reputation of the “typical” law student and yet, so far, have stayed in the good graces of the sororities and the University. 176Earn HarljHoru (Hub OFFICERS—Seated: Jimmy Phagan, Roger Darley, Bob Kennedy, and Jerome Hill. Standing: Bobby Tyler and Robert Knox Jones. Spring ©ffirrrs BOBBY TYLER ... JOHN VV. HARRIS . ROGER DARLEY .... JEROME HILL, IV. ROBERT KENNEDY ROBERT KNOX JONES ...ADVOCATE ...BARON ...CHIEF CHANCELLOR ...CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER ...DEPUTY CHANCELLOR ...EARL 177Earn H9tu£0’ Qllub COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN, Fall 1961-Front row: Helen Alworth, Hostess Committee; Judi Briscoe, Bridge Committee; Betty Jo Hiblcr, Telephone Committee; and Jan Austin, Membership Committee. Back Row: Jo Ann Chagra, Program Committee; Sally Harper, Representative to Married Students’ Council; Pam Gooch, Ways and Means Committee; Sandra McClure, Yearbook Committee; Margaret Moser, Book Study; and Sharon McCullough, Social Welfare Committee. OFFICERS, I all 1961—Left to Right: Pat McConnell, Treasurer; Sue Santiestcban, Historian-Parliamentarian; Mary Sue Hitt, Recording Secretary; Gayla Chapman, President; Dorothy Moore, Vice President; and Mary Alice Black, Corresponding Secretary. 178Ham Utuea’ Club OFFICERS, Spring 1962—Left to Right: Sally Harper, Vice President; Bettv Cipson, Corresponding Secretary; Pat McConnell, Recording Secretary; Judi Briscoe, President; Carolyn Foutch, Treasurer; and Sandra McClure, Historian-Parliamentarian. COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN, Spring 1962-Front Row: Sharon McCullough, Yearbook Committee; Jane Hudspeth. Telephone Committee; Pat Meadows, Bridge Committee; and Janet Martin, Hostess Committee. Back Row: Barbara Joplin, Program Committee; Barbara Nelms, Membership Committee; Ann Todd. Representative to Married Students’ Council; Pam Gooch, Ways and Means Committee; and Twila Tate, Social Welfare Committee. Not Pictured: Margaret Miller, Book Study Committee. 179afcarijittg HixtMmtt Amarii The 1961-62 TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARD was awarded George Wilfred Stumberg, Distinguished Professor of Law. The award is jointly sponsored by the Student Bar Board of Governors and the Students’ Association of The University of Texas. It is given annually to the professor in each school of the University who, in the ppinion of the student body, best demonstrates the qualities of an outstanding professor. The award is based on the following criteria: knowledge of the subject matter, the ability to present the subject matter meaningfully and objectively, interest and enthusiasm in the subject matter, the ability to stimulate student interest and response, and concern for the students’ understanding. No member of the faculty has done more to enhance the reputation of The University of Texas School of Law than has Professor Stumberg in his thirty-seven years as a member of the faculty. Other nominees this year were Mr. Charles A. Wright, Mr. Wavne Thode, Mr. Pierre Loiseaux, and Mr. Joseph Witherspoon. TEXAS SUPREME COURT—(Picture Token in 1962) Seated: Frank P. Culver, Jr., Meade Griffin, Chief Justice Robert W. Calvert, Clyde E. Smith, and Ruel C. Walker. Standing: Robert W. Hamilton, James R. Novell, Joe Greenhill, and Zollie Steakley. SEMICOLON COURT—(Pt'cri re Taken in 1870)-Seated: Moses B. Walker, Associate Justice; Wesley Ogden, Chief Justice; and J. D. McAdoo, Associate Justice. Standing—W. P. DeNor-mandie, Clerk; and E. M. Whcelock, Reporter. Professor Stumberg receives certificate for teaching excellence. Presented by SBA President Tati Santiesteban at Law Day ceremonies, April 6, 1962. 181Frank N J.£Uiott syrnio Edward y J. Bailey Pierre l_oij«aux Parker Picki?rtfotwrf V . SUyto 185 V7 SAtfO-io "61 7 . I -a umu. Walter Qbercr J taph P. 'flitterspoo' Harold Solow'op. SJNtW? Ckawoi T. McCormicI iwrovo vJillism F Fritz. ,Pon Green 1863-»p Ke«con jtmt'le 1962 foari) of JRpgptttB Left to Right: (1) Walter P. Brenan of San Antonio, (2) Wales H. Madden, Jr., of Amarillo, (3) A. G. McNeese, Jr., of Houston, (Standing) (4) John S. Redditt, of Lufkin, (5) (Seated) Thornton Ilardieof El Paso (Chairman). (6) (Standing) H. Frank Connally, Jr., of Waco. (7) (Seated) W. W. Heath of Austin (Vice-Chairman), (8) French M. Robertson of Abilene, (9) J. P. Bryan of Freeport. 187Midlaw President Bob Wade tells about his metrccal binge. Cad, let me out of here! Brains and booze do mix. Portia and Terry. Denny tutors in a game of chance. Charm will get you everywhere. Feeling no pain. Law students are strong athletic supported 188Misdeal, I have 15 hearts. Kinsey was wrong and I'll show you how. Despite a boisterous home life I tried to pre serve my femininity.” Guess Who. Right out of Brooks Brothers. 7 just broke a bra strap. That's Beethoven's Ninth.“Now when I was ALL CONFERENCE. Yes, 1 like conservative clothes.' The Bachelors at the Elks Club (No Moose Allowed) "So you think you have troubles. 190 Examination time.That Crest smile. Will, Lady Bird and the Dean. “Free sex, where?' a 90!' 191McDadc' loose again. Boy, that’s bad Scotch Law-Science grab! Woody imitates Bed Foley. Cetting Brownie points at UWS’s. Law students in disguise! Time for Alka-Seltzer break! Christmas Party. The creation of the Peregrinus. Law Review boys. Gee, Charlie, you were great! 192Otha looks like the cat that ate the canary! “If she pinches my leg once more!' “Are you a feme sole?” "Hattie!" Ex Col: T. T. Hunt.New Delta Theta Phi Fraternity House. Time out for dinner. The pause that refreshes. The gang’s all here. Royalty at PAD dinner. Too much too soon. Never love a stranger. 194“Honest, no one will know!' Yon should see the one that got away. Board of Governors Banquet. Praetor beer bust. 195They don't call me Ace for nothing. Mr. Oberer, are you really supporting Walker?' Doing the Cha Cha. Summerford in disguise. Party, party, party. Host at Louies! Rush party. Eye’s front. 196Look mom, it's me. Christmas party time. Big daddy and friend. Who dat? After the beer bowl. Dignified and sober. Later, be patient. Hide this! Is that her? Exam time. 197® ? Bridge champions (McClure and Gandy) As Senior Class President I plan reform. Later I tell you, later! Praetor party. “A couple of points 1 want to bring out!”N Justice Clark and distinguished friends. TLR dedication to honorable Dean Charles McCormick. Board of Governors Banquet Guests Mrs. Lyndon Johnson and Will Wilson. 199 Good Time Tom.Discussing the Rule in Shelley's Case. Bridge for funsies. Dead mans hand. How does Lowell rate? How did I get stuck with her? PAD Party. 200Dean Keeton presents plaque to Law Dedicatee Francis G. Coates in Law Day ceremony. Peregrinus editor presents dedication certificates and inscribed watches to Professor jerre S. Williams and Professor John F. Sutton, Jr. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Sutton also received flowers from the Peregrinus staff. Carroll Kelly was elected chairman of the Honor Council and' Richard Keeton was elected chief justice. The appropriate sections where their pictures would normally appear had gone to press; Buddy Her , was elected Assemblyman and George Conn, President of the Senior Class, but are not pictured. The rest of the spring elections ha ’ not taken place as of April 1, 1962. LAW-SCIENCE CLUB EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE—Le f to right: Sheridan Taylor. Larry Montgomery, Warner Fassnidge, Larry Niemann, “Mr. Bones," Fred Talking-ton, Julian Lyles, David Candish, Boren Chertkov, Steve Pcrel, Jim Jones, and Jose Cardenas. 201r--------:----- r (IIIIMHIIIlitlK Honor Council Member Gene Matthews looks guilty about sometihng! Legal Aid: “The bulk of the estate ...” MtOTUttTffm ygtwwwww Looking for loopholes! Mt. Bonnell gets smaller every night. General Walker's aide de camp! I’ll raise you seventy-five!" (cents) Big Time Game! Bull session in the halls. 202203 Oh, it’s no problem telling our wives we didn’t make Imw Review, but what will we tell Who’s Who?"Abel. Houston 607 W. Rusk Tyler, Texas Adams, James B. 1002 Golihar Corpus Chrisli, Texas Adams. Leroy Money 1118 Chambliss Alexandria, Va. Adams, Robert 715 No. Beard Shawnee, Okla. Adamson, Martha Ann 6638 Mockingbird Dallas, Texas Adkins, James Andrew Route 1 Groesbeck, Texas Akin. Robert Harry 7201 Burnet Rd. Austin, Texas Albright, James Harry 2714 Reynolds Houston, Texas Alexander, Brooks L. 24 Granaston Lb. Darien, Conn. Allen. Bobby Dale P.0. Box 5 Odessa, Texas Allmond, Ted 1700 Holcomb Houston, Texas Almaguer, Manuel 2709 la Cleda Dallas, Texas Alsup, Jr. J. Alton 1012 Aves Houston, Texas Alvarez Miguel 529 Isabella Dr. El Paso, Texas Anderson, Rots 1. Box 2025 Tyler, Texas Anderson, Owen Wade 3236 Dinah Tyler, Texas Andrews, Ken 915 Virginia Graham, Texas Andrews. Robeit L., Jr. P.O. Box 808 Terral, Oklahoma Ankcnman, Fred N. 4014 Underwood Houston, Texas Armer, William 3737 Arnold Houston, Texas Armstrong, Frank Box 116 Hebbronville, Texas Baemstein, Saul W. 3702 Grenivoch Houston, Texas {fermattriit S’tufottt Sirprtarif (Based on Number of Hours as of September 15,1961) FIRST YEAR STUDENTS Bagbv, Joe E. 330 Red River Austin, Texas Bailey, Charles W. 1515 Pease Rd. Austin, Texas Bailey, William Eugene Rt. 2. O'Keefe Road Jacksonville, Texas Bain, Jerry Ed Box 36 Centerville, Texas Baker, Robert A. 326 Alex Hamilton San Antonio, Texas Balistreri, Thomas 2366 N. 60th Milwaukee, Wit. Barksdale James 623 Davis Fabens, Texas Barnet, Ben F. Deleon, Texas Barnett, Thomas H. 1504 W. 34th Austin, Texas Bassett, John W, 1601 Mesa Drive Roswell, New Mexico Beauchamp, Dan 107 Vaughan Place San Antonio, Texas Beck, David Joseph 1506 Iinhoff Ave. Port Arthur, Texas Beck, Jack E. Rt. 3. Box 379 Marshall, Texas Bell, Ronald Dale 134 S. Ulh Wc‘t Columbia, Texas Belleau, Bernard 1 Orange St. I wiston, Maine Berkovskv. Robert A. Route 2, Box 194 Yoakum, Texas Berry, Charles G. Vega, Texas Berry, Rayburn 3623 Encanto Ft. Worth, Texas Bible, John B. 6234 Valley Forge Houston, Texas Biescl, Jerry W. 3007 N.W. Hwy. Dallas, Texas Black. George C. Jr. 303 Calleccnizo Brownsville, Texas Blackburn, William M. 2483 Princeton San Angelo, Texas Block, Stanley Byron 3802 Denver Corpus Christi, Texas Bolin, Robert II. 1301 W. 2«Hh Austin, Texas Boles, Das id I-avelle 1015 Hopkins Dr. Denton, Texas Bonney. Charles 1122 Desdemona Bltd. Ranger, Texas Rouldin. Joyce C. Fredericksburg Rd. Austin, Texas Bouldin. Mercer Woody 1220 I-as l-omitas Tucson. Arizona Bouldin, Richard Tom 3758 Nottingham Houston, Texas Bownds, Billy W. 4902 19th St. I-ubbock. Texas Bradley, Robert Marsh 1.’ Wayside lane North Little Rock, Ark. Bradshaw, John Albert Rt. 4. Box 83 Center, Texas Dradshaw, John E. Box 23 Graham, Texas Brady. James 1013 E. Fillmore Harlingen, Texas Brady, Norman Ma ettic Theatre Bldg. Dallas, Texas Brady, Weldon W. 4315 Faith Rood Wichita Falls, Texas Bramhlet. James W. 745 So. 28th Lincoln, Neb. Brannon, Jim 310 Sue St. Houston, Texas Bray, J. Monty Box 305 Turkey, Texas Breen. Wilford T. 5 24 Pershing Fort Worth, Texas Brown, David P. 823 I.nylon Henderson, Texas Brown. Frederick S. Box 850 Mcxio, Texas Bnms, Joe Henry 2300 Tower Dr. Austin, Texas Buckley, Michael Rt. No. 2 Longview, Texas Bullard, Jane Eva 2419 Jarratt Austin, Texas Rums, Charles F. 510 S. Walnut Sherman. Texas Cagle. Glen R. 3r: i. N p.tii Phoenix, Ariz. Cain. Jerry D. Tahoka, Texas Cjmpbell, Cintron 515 Elm San Angelo, Texas Candelaria. Ruben 108 $. Pueblo El Paso, Texas Cantu. Juan C. 1307 W. Jefferson Harlingen, Texas Carruth, Stanley No. 5 Niles Road Austin, Texas Carson. George 9 6 W. Mistletoe San Antonio, Texas Carter, lewis F. 2647 Burlington Dallas. Texas Caruthers. Paul T. 3431 N. Stanton El Paso, Texas Carver, George I.. 1112 Reel Bud Trail Austin, Texas Casey. Robert R. Jr. 2256 Drvdon Houston, Texas Cavender. Anthony 12910 Memorial Houston, Texas Ccly, John Box I Frankston, Texas Ce caux, Philip C. 311 Staitti St. Humble, Texas Chandler, Clarence W. Ringgold, Texas Box 238 Cherry'. Johnson B,. Jr. 4516 18th Lubbock, Texas Clark. Joint E. 1435 Central Dr. Beaumont, Texas Clark, Put E. 7119 Shavelvon Houston, Texas Clayton, Joe D. Box 427 Tulia, Texas Cleveland, David G. 1147 Frey Stephcnville, Texas Coats, William M. 3' 03 Wesley Greenville, Texas Coleman, Jerry M. Box 183 Bmsvnwood, Texas Coleman. I-ynn R. 1517 Washington Blvd. Abilene, Texas Collins. John M. 1301 Alta Vista Austin, Texas Collins. Roy Cary 2003 Howze F.I Paso, Texas Colvin, Joseph, Jr. Rt. 8. Box 386 Ft. Worth, Texas Connally, Herssliel J. 2223 Coleman San Angelo, Texas Connally, Tom A. 2 3 Hedxvig Rd. Houston, Texas Conner. Jerry D. 229 So. Lexington Corpus Christi, Texas Conrad, F. Walter 2 09 Stanmorc Dr. Houston, Texas Cook, William E. 1 1 Eva Austin, Texas Coons, Richard E. Acaiia I-ake Dr. Brownsville, Texas Cooper. Merlyn Don 3424 So. Buckner Blvd. Dallas, Texas Cooper, Michael R. 810 Winslow Avenue Winslow, Ariz. Cosner, Dale 213 Westgate Corpus Christi, Texas (.'owden, James W. 9 K Ranch Carlsbad, New Mexico Cox, David M. 1635 Bissonnct Houston, Texas Cox. Jimmy 903 W. Oak Olncy, Texas Coyle. John O. 11 31 East Fifth Alice, Texas Craddock, I-any J. 701 Sparks Austin, Texas Craft. Robert 479 Monies test Cor|ius Christi, Texas Crime, Robert 7059 Kingtway Houston, Texas 204Crawford, Charles R. 1647 13th St. l'ort Arthur, Texas Crum, Tom 903 Parker McKinney, Texas Culpepper, John 904 Franc it College Station, Texas Curtis, Kira Tom 6202 Prospect Dallas, Texas Curtis, II. Lamar, Jr. 1306 S. Pine Brady, Texas Curtis, John Day 415 Dallas Big Spring, Texas Cushnic, Douglas 3043 1 »peka PI. Honolulu, Hawaii Dalton, James I-Box 543 I .iiling, Texas Darley, Roger 311 Tophill ltd. San Antonio, Texas Daugherty. Edward W. 1102 East la-ague St. Burnet, Texas Daugherty, Ralph H. 3914 Becker Austin, Texas Davidson, Wm. C. 813 Jackson Yaroo City, Miss. Davit, Jerry D. 6948 Clayton Dallas, Texas Davis, John Ioc 6616 Buffalo Spdwy. Houston, Texas Denton, Dkk 600 Highland Drive Arlington. Texas IV Vilbitc 1127 Austin Rosenberg, Texas Dior, Ramiro P. 811 West 10th St. Mercedes, Texas Dickey, David A. 2551 Alden Dallas, Texas Dill. Terry Box 877 Olney, Texas Doliie, Dudley Box 480 Alpine, Texas Doherty, James M. 5709 Avenue F. Austin, Texas Douglas, John W. 6550 Biompton Rd. Houston, Texas Dowd, Ronald B. 6614 Norway Rd. Dallas, Texas Dozier. Kugiene 2525 Cockrell Ft. Worth, Texas Drake. A. V. 1307 Bowk Wellington, Texas Drolla, John C., Jr. Poster. Charles I... Jr. 5301 Rolesta Dr. 716 Ave. A Austin, Texas Kingsville, Texas Dudley, Jim Freeman, Robert E. Box 10 1014 S. Randall Comanche, Texas Pasadena, Texas Dunngan, Walter B. Fuchs. Malcolm 1210 W. Texas, 4407 Ramsey Ave Midland, Texas Austin, Texas Dunaway. James R. Furman. W. Michael 720 N. Main 1717 N. Stanton Cleburne, Texas El Paso. Texas Dunn, John S. Galbraith. John 921 Caroline 1117 S. Willow Houston, Texas Slicrman, Texas Duren, John Gaulding, John M. 507 N.K. 1st St. 2609 W. 49ft Mineral Wells, Texas Austin, Texas Dwyer, John Robert Getchell, Henry O., 1429 Fewcl St. 309 Pecan Austin, Texas Sitsbee, Texas Karp. Robert D. Gibbens, Wayne 4041 N. Stanton Box 828 El Paso, Texas Breckenridge, Texas Edens. Roderick Gibbs, Ijirry Blair 2720 Mountain laurel 22 East 40th St. Austin, Texas New York, New York Elliott, Joel C. Gilbert. Mailin lee Box 236 1200 X. Fannin Canton, Texas San Benito, Texas Elliott. W. Randolph Gillespie. Campbell II. 7119 Northhampton 1 31 5 K. Richards Houston, Texas Sherman, Texas Emory. Addison D., Jr. Gillis, John M. 906 Western Rt. 2. Box 13 Amarillo, Texas Kilgore, Texas Evans, Clayton E. Gilmer, Thomas A. 1106 Atgarita 1523 Ann Arbor Austin, Texas Dallas, Texas Evans, Robert Glaspy. Bill M. 2328 58th Lubbock, Texas Ennis, Texas Gooch. Jon David Everton, Dane 2202 Bedford Rt. 5 Temple, Texas Midland, Texas Gmrell, Roger lee Fann, Iaurence E. Box 194 3733 Merrick Houston. Texas Mulcshoe, Texas Graham, Carol Feldt. John Harrell Route 1 4048 Wickersham Houston, Texas Tutrala. Texas Granger, Cecil Field, Thomas D., Jr. 3«.08 Canith China Springs, Texas Dallas, Texas Gray, David N. 3235 French Rd. Figari, Ernest E., Jr. 2660 North St. Beaumont, Texas Beaumont, Texas Green, I-cc 6401 Curzon Fink, Ixnxell S. 3714 Rio Vista Fort Worth, Texas Houston, Texas Gregg, Dick, Jr. 10 Waverly Ct. Finkelstein, Willard C. Houston, Texas 1714 Palma Plara Gregg. Tom W., Jr. Austin, Texas Pitchman, Iaurence S. 1522 S. Von Buren San Angelo, Texas 3007 M. A. S. Gresham. John K. Houston, Texas Fisher, Rick Peter 3102 Rice Blvd. Houston, Texas 1525 Howell Grcselle, James V. Beaumont, Texas 3900 Homan Waco, Texas Ford. Faith Griffith. Richard L. 2501 Painvood 5956 Mel shire la Manjue. Texas Dallas, Texas Fortney. Walter S. Grosenheider, IVIno Star Route. Box 98 707 I asecuik Mineral Wells, Texas Gatesville, Texas Gross, Jerry 119 Parkview Amarillo, Texas Hinsley, Robert 840 Balfallen Houston, Texas Grow. Thomas 6014 Lupton Dallas, Texas Hodge. Claude, Jr. 720 K. Bonham. Texas Guin, Tom Henry 1602 Indian Hills Big Spring, Texas Hoehne, Charles William P.O. Box 421 Schulenburg, Texas Gulley, Havgood 126 W. Mill Uvalde. Texas llolle, Dennis C. Rt. 1 Washington, Texas Gutierrez. Jose P.O. Box 56 Hebbronville, Texas Hooks. Jim 1918 Campbell Abilene, Texas Hahn. Donald John, Jr. 3318 Bowman Austin. Texas Hoover, Howard, Jr. 5610 I.ynbrook Houston, Texas Hammett, Harold 2511 42nd St. Iaibbock, Texas Horne, Alvin Andrew 3742 Childress Houston, Texas Hanna. Thomas 513 14th St. Nederland, Texas Horringan, Joseph 2311 Iacke lane Houston, Texas Hardin. Iarry D. 903 Claude Dallas. Texas Horton. Donnie C. RFI) 3, Box 156 Cleburne, Texas Hardin, Marilyn 2403 Sabine Austin, Texas Horvitz. Sigmund 37 38 Sunset Blvd. Houston, Texas Haring, Paul B. Box 473 Goliad, Texas Houser, Gordon 3924 Balcones Dr. Austin, Texas Harrell. Douglas Milton Ave. C ha pell Hill. N.C. Hudspeth. J. R. 824 Peru El Paso, Texas Harris. John Weldon 126 E. Oltorf Austin, Texas Hughes, Jerry lac 3416-A Enfield Rd. Austin, Texas Harrison. Walter 1142 Busby Shreveport, Iouisiana Humphreys, Milton Box 764 ’ Abilene, Texas Harvick, Frank 2303 Greenlee Austin, Texas Hunt. Mae Jo Anne 3214 Windsor Rd. Austin, Texas Harvilt. Marion D. Box 271 Saint Jo, Texas Hyatt, Robert 2606 Albata Austin, Texas Harwood, Wallace B., Jr. Palm Courts Brosvmville, Texas Ingram, Edsam 1507 Parkway Austin, Texas Isaockt. Hubert P. Rt. I, Box 365 Hatchell, Michael 1400 Elton lane Winnie, Texas Austin, Texas Jackson, Glenn 1220 N. Colder Haynes, Alan 817 Hint Odessa, Texas Tyler, Texas James, Edith 7515 Carriage Dr. Healer, Milton Bryan, 11 2414 Vincent St. Austin, Texas Biosvnwood, Texas Jarrctt, Jayce C. Hebert, Emanuel A. P.O. Box 612 Box 445 Eastland, Texas Cucro, Texas Johnson, Bobby Henson, Tout Rt. 4 201 E. 9th Dalhart, Texas Olton, Texas Johnson, Henry 1)., HI llerz. Irwin. Jr. 500 West Bonnev 1406 24th St. Galveston, Texas Roswell, New Mexico Hester, J. Robert. Jr. Johnson. John I,. 1101 College Oaks Box 386 Arlington, Texas Quilnque, Texas Hill, Carol Johnson, lair)' .1205 College Box 592 Fort Worth, Texas Kress, Texas 205Johnson. Mike Kncese, Victor Scott McCormack, Danny Ray May. Michael l„ Nance, ’lliomas IL, Jr. 2401 Marguerite 6210 Royal ton 735 Penguin 9428 llobarl St. 901 Baylor Bay City, Texas Dallat, Texas Dallat. Texat Dallat, Texas Autlin, Texat Johnson, Samuel Korth. Fritz Alan McCreary, Robert Maxwell. Mickey Wright Naranjo. Daniel A. 217 Bon Aire 5100 Able Ave. 524 Buchanan 520 S. Sunset lane 227 Future Dr. Dallas 18, Texas Fort Worth, Texat I-ongvicsv, Texas Alvin, Texat San Antonio, Texas Johnson, Tont E. Kyle. Henry Carper McCulloch, Bill Medley. Paul, Jr. Nation, Thomas If. 3210 W. Ohio 711 W. San Antonio 3420 Cornell 1419 Fulton 206 West Adams Midland, Texas San Marcot, Texas IXillat, Texat San Antonio, Texas Pittsburgh, Kansas Jonet, Jim lacey, Alonzo !„, Jr. McDaniel, Marion E., Jr. Methvin, Gaynell Neal. IlerMhel 403 Haroldson 206 looming 1415 Briarmead 3475 Minglevvood Dr. 2213 Milam Corpus Chritli, Texat Corpus Chritti, Texat Houston, Texat Beaumont, Texat Amarillo, Texat Jonet, Robert Dale lacey. Donald Dyer. Jr.. Jr. McDonough, Edward B. Meyer. F. C.. Jr. Neal. William 0. 91 iVi E. 37th St. 3713 28th 4720 Caduceus Box 552 Rox 188 Austin, Texat Lubbock, Texat Galveston, Texat Devine, Texas Quanah, Texas Jonet, Robert K. laFont. William Harold McIntyre, Robert If. Meyer, Henrv C. Neill. Leslie M. 1G04 Sycamore Box 1173 2904 Kerbey I arse 111 805 Springhill Rd. 825 S. Rotertwm McAllen, Texat Plainview, Texat Auttin, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Tyler, Texat Jordan. Darrell E. laGrone, James Clayton McKay, William E. Migl, John Joe Neisig, Russell W. 512 Pecan Rt. 2 51 Wetlover Terrace 7510 Hardy Dr. 712 3 Village Way McAllen, Texat Cardtage, Texat Fori Worth, Texat Auttin, Texas Houston, Texat Jordan, William D. lane. Dan W. McKenzie, Robert Gene Miller, James Hiram Neilhercutt. Marcus 1012 E. Park 1065 W. Shirley 7002 Mott Rote 3102 Highland Terrace West 506 E. Mesa Palestine, Texas Stephenville, Texat Houston, Texat Austin, Texat Hobbs, New Mexico Joseph. Lawrence, Jr. lane, Sam, Jr. McKinney. Ed Winton Miller. Iarry I,. Nelton, ll.nold L. 2715 Fairmount 3903 Balconet Dr. 1212 laurel 1806 Speedway Si. Rt. 2 Dallat, Texat Austin, Texas Richardton, Texas Greenville, Texas Parit, Texat Juarez, Philip Iauglilin, Sam, Jr. McMuirev, Robert Milton Miller, Mary Kay Newman. Steve 653 E. Magnolia Ave. 911 S. 6th 1204 Eagle Si. 6150 Cedar Creek 8407 Dudley San Antonio, Texas Artesia, New Mexico Houston. Texas Houston, Texat San Antonio, Texas Kcover, Thomas laughlin. William McNeal. William W. Miller, Thomot K. Nesvman, 'lliomas 3816 Sacramento 1811 California Rt. 2, Box 72a 101 N. Haswell Drive 2210 Stanley El Pato, Texat Baytown, Texas tailing, Texas Bi.van, Texas Fort Worth, Texat Kellcnbergcr. Edward lawton, Harr)' McWhorter, William Mingt. John Mason Nordeman. Kenneth 401 S. I-iSalle 5908 Schuler 922 E. Marvin 3005 Washington Square 5021 Highland Cl Abilene. Texat Houston, Texat Waxahochie, Texas Austin, Texas Austin, Texas Kelly. Joseph Patrick 2102 N. Del-con Lately, Thomas M. Mocteod, Charles Moehlmnn. Michael S. Norton. G. Gary Victoria, Texat 3318 Gill St. 145 F.I Rancho Way 2222 Parkway 2139 Drydrn Dallas, Texat San Antonio, Texas Austin, Texat Houston, Texas Keltall. Sant 5302 Cortelyou leBleu. Jonathan I.. 1518 Dorothy Houston, Texas Maloney, Netlyn Monroe, John. Jr. Nowlin. James Houston, Texas 2605 Rogge lane 407 Randall 7655 San Pedro Austin, Texas Beevilie, Texat San Antonio, Texat Kelsey. Richard II. I-egro, Monta 1207 W. Storey 3314 Underwood Mann, William Ralph Moore. Gay Nunley, Richard K. Midland, Texas Houston, Texas 216 lee lane 1402 Tangicwood 1219 N. Tout Green Lufkin, Texas Abilene, Texas Odessa. Texas Kennedy, Robert 1100 F.. Nevada lament, Robert Ivewis 3403 Mountain Top Circle Manntchreck, Roger Moore, Gerald Oakes. John El Paso. Texat Austin, Texat 715 Woodrow Rt. ; 2422 Ong Wichita, Kansas Bangs, Texat Amarillo, Texat Kepke. Carlos E. 5211 Mcoders lane Dallas, Texat I«nning. Sherman R . Jr. 2110 N. Russel Marcok. Bernard Mocre. Robert Iauit Ochoa, Jesus B . Jr. I’ampa, Texat Box 531 5302 Bordley 817 W. Missouri Shiner, Texas Houston, Texat El Paso. Texas I-ewallen, Jo Betsy Kcit, Raymond C. 1514 Ethridge Ave. Marshall, Charles D. Morgan, Vance Oder.. Jon T. 2139 Glen Ellyn Auttin, Texas 405 Elizabeth 1004 N. Mill 2314 Hamiony Oklahoma City, Okla Iindlev, Richard, Jr. Kingsville, Texas Bowie, Texas Anianllo, Texas Keitel. R. F.. 1932 Banks Marston, Edgar Morrit, Emmy Ogden. Ronnie 4637 E. Yandell Houston, Texat P. O. Box 1547 648 E. Broad St. E. live Oak El Pato, Texas John la Jolla, California Westfield, New Jersey Marlin, Texat Kidd, Kenneth M. 1929 Milford Houston, Texat Marlin, Eric Mortensen, Bill Oliver, lliomas Wm. 2616 Gromercy 33 College St., 320 E. Van Buren 4-411 Ingersoll Houston, Texas Ultle. Harvey Edward 707 Heights St. Montpelier, Vermont Harlingen, Texas Houston, Texas King, John T. Winters, Texas Martin. Gregg Muldrow. Hal K. Oxford, Hubert 4119 Newton long. Jerry 4211 Ramsey 321 S. Club 4810 ( alder Rd. Dallat, Texas Auttin, Texat Brownfield. Texas Beaumont, Texat 1402 Hill St. Kirkgard. William K. Bastrop, Texat Martin. Wm. C. Murphy, Michael Gordon Paddock. William 9622 Meadowbriar I.una, Ronald Edward 1205 Cole Dr. Rt 1. Box 83 2637 Boyd Houston, Texat Klein, Michael 2116 6th St. Boy City, Texat long view, Texas Round lop, Texas Fort Wo th, Texas Masters, Walter Franklin, Jr. Murmh. Thomas W. Parker, Robert 8228 Troott Lyerly, Eugene Roy 901 W. 17th Box 513 Box 45 Kansas City, Missouri 2746 Kingston St. Dallas 11, Texas Austin, Texas Marfa. Texat Halltville, Texas Kleinschmidt, William M(Rru ni Paul Juttin Muthis, Patricia Ann Muttcher, Gus F. Patman, Philip 232 Crestmont Dr. J4|f, .Medford Cl. Writ H.07 Willow Drive 307 N. Rost 2404 Pemberton Place El Pato, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Hrarnc, Texas Bienham, Texas Auttin, Texas Knapp. Bruce R. McClellan. Oliver Ban- Matthews, Guy Myers. I an y Patrick, John W. 20 Huntley 200 W. Uguslnim Box 125 6650 Howe 326 Westminister Houston, Texat San Antonio, Texas Mont Bclvicu, Texas Groves, Texas Houston, Texas 206Patterson, Donald 11. Bo 371 Overton, Texas Patterson, Robert G. Ml? Poplar Corpus Christi, Texas Pnvne, Billy 201 W. Woodsway Conroe, Texas Pena. Conrado 207 W. Roman San Antonio, Texas Pennington, Oliver Box 134 Webster, Texat Perkins, James I. 304 K 5th Rusk, Texas Perkins, John Cody 1724 16th St. Huntsville, Texas Pettit, John 200 W. Duke St. Del Rio, Texas Peyton, Norman 2528 Louisville El Paso, Texas Pliagan, Jimmie R. 509 S. Baylor Perry ton, Texas Phelan, Cleatus 1005 11th Levelland, Texas Phillips, Margaret E. 2324 Wordsworth Houston, Texas Phillips, Richard 7110 Winfree Houston, Texat Pickett. Edward B. 1703 Trinity liberty, Texas Pivonka, Bernard 207 Lynn Dr. Bryan, Texat Power. William II. 1435 North Boss d'Aix Tyler, Texas Price, William Raylord Box 378 Krankston, Texas Pulaski. Joseph 5318 Calhoun Houston, Texas Raatr, Gretchen 1329 Tyler Corpus Christi, Texas Ramsey, James S., Jr. Box 270 Kilgore, Texas Ratliff, Lee Roger 118 Cravens Dr. Silsbee, Texas Ratliff, Shannon Box 733 Eldorado, Texat Redding, James 1001 N. MacArthur Yictoria, Texas Renfro, Thomas B. 3261 Odessa Fort Worth, Texas Richards, Robert Mayo 1626 Wilbur Dallas, Texas Ricnstra, John D., Jr. 2625 1Louisiana Beaumont, Texas Richie. Gerhard 24 Nomiennald Slut gait, Germany Riner, Robert Bryan Rt. I, Box 410 Amarillo, Texat Roane, G. Grant KM 1640 Richmond, Texat Robertson, diaries J., Ill 4419 Mt. Vernon ioiv.lon 6, Texat Rocha. R. C. Box 62 I .aredo, Texat Rodgers, Robert 3319 21th Lubbock, Texas Rogers, Hamilton P., Jr. 6225 Rotcmont Fort Worth, Texat Rootth, Nathan 708 Troup Hwy. Tyler, Texas Rorschach, Don J. 623 S. Smith Yinita, Oklahoma Roth, Carl Richard 4200 Kvetgladct Port Arthur, Texas Rutledge, A. Burt 3185 W Roxboro ltd. N.E. Atlanta 5, Georgia Morris Rutledge Fort Worth, Texas Salinas, Homer 226 N. Missouri Ave. Mercedes, Texas Sanders. Fred 3805 Arundel Fort Worth 4, Texas Sanford. Vernon T., Jr. 2604 Parkview, Austin 5, Texas Sansing, Charles M. Higgins, Texas Sehechter. Arthur 3822 N. Braes w ood Houston, Texas Schmidt, Dennis R. 4505 Ave. H. Austin, Texas Scott, T. Perry 519 W. College Coleman, Texas Shannon. Joe, Jr. (•444 Matvey Fort Worth, Texas Shannon, Thomas C. 3542 Ada. Fort Worth. Texas Sharpe. Thomas G., Jr. Rt. 2 , Box 687 Brownsville, Texas Shearer. Jimmy II. 413 Perryman Palacios, Texas Shepperd. Alfred 3107 Windsor Odessa, Texas Shivers, Roy Gilbert 1307 Mobile Marshall, Texas Short, David 3329 S. 5th Abilene, Texas Shuval, Andrew J. 1612 W. I2lh Austin, Texat Sides. Jack I).. Jr. 4024 Purdue Dallas, Texas Simon, Robert J. 314 talar lane San Antonio, Texas Simons. James Marcus 2729 Stanford Dallas, Texas Sjostrom, Peter 440 Briinfield R. Wethersfield, Connecticut Slagle. Robert C.. Ill 817 W. Brockcttc Sherman, Texas Slough, Bobby Dan 505 N. 5th lamesa, Texat Smith, John Cash 2258 Westway Orange, Texas Smith, Stephen J. 101 Kincaid Wharton, Texas Sorrel. Sterling N. 1706 Farragut St. laredo, Texas Spangler, Charles 2016 Sunset Rlvd. Houston, Texas Spann, Roy J. 10418 Willowwisp Dr. Houston, Texas Sparks, Sam 2602 Oakdale Ct. Austin, Texas John Spencer Austin, Texas Spinn. Roger William P. O. Box 88 Brenhani, Texas Spivey, Rex Bo 2061 San Antonio, Texas Staley, Joseph Ilaidin. Jr. 525 Staley Bldg Wkhila Falls. Texas Steii.hom, Irwin H. 3822 N. Brae,wood Hou.ton, Texas Stewart. Charles Ix slie 524 Pecan Ave. Wills Posnt, Texas Stewart, Milton 2805 Fannin Dr. Id Manjue, Texas Stromberger, John Carl 1115 W. Magnolia San Antonio, Texas Stubbcman, David G. 1502 W. Texas, Midland, Texas Studdert, James P. 3ls22 Alicrdevn Way Houston. Texas St. John, J. Alan 3501 Monterrey Corpus Christi, Texas Suddcrth, Valton lit. 2 Brownwood, Texas Suggs, John Thomas, Jr. 406 Circle Way-lake Jackson, Texas Sullivan, Dunklin Centerville, Texas Sullivant, William B. 416 S. Denton Gainesville, Texas Swearingen, Garland F. 405 Neal St. Jasper, Texas Taylor. Donald II.. HI 3030 Dumbarton Houston, Texas Taylor. Joe F. 705 S. Main Elcctra, Texas Taylor. Walter J. 2821 23rd Lubbock, Texas Terrell, Thomas S. 206 Pelham Rd. DeWitt, New York Tesch, Roger Dean 5308 Valerie, Bellairc. Texas Thompson, James Franklin 4102 Emerson St. Wichita Falls, Texas Thompson. I-arry Duncan 1841 llillcrest Fort Worth, Texas Thomson. Gordon C. 2136 Albans Houston, Texas Thorne, Robert 517 Fiesta Dr. El Paso. Texas Thrash, Scott 609 Morrosv loifkin, Texas Todd. Jirnime Box 363 Perry ton, Texat Torres. Arturo D. Rt. 3. Bo 140. Edinburg, Texas Town tend. Joseph Emmett 210 41th Galveston, Texas Trout, Judson L. 106 Elbar Dr. Bryan, Ohio Turner, layne R. 1008 S. Dwight Monahans, Texas Turner, Robert W. 4900 Britain- Blvd. Bellaire, Texas Tyler, Robert S. 1211 Cat lock Fort Worth, Texas Underwood, Gregory lee Box 571 Bowie, Texas Vance. Melinda Terry-3618 Wooten Fort Worth. Texas Vance. William R. 702 Garden Acres Bryan, Texas Varner. Darrell Rt. 4. Box 126 B. Abilene, Texas Venable, Robert A. 3212 Bowie. Amarillo, Texas Ven n, James 3555 long Beaumont, Texas Vogelsang. Curry 131 Kennedy San Antonio. Texas Wade. Fred Rt, 6. Box 387 Henderson, Texas Wagner. Forrest Worth 1391 San Antonio St., New Braunfels, Texas Wuldman. Howard 3855 Tartan Lane Houston, Texas Walker. Billy N. 1200 F.. 52nd Austin, Texas Wallace, William H. 2500 Wisconsin Ave. N.W. Apt. Jf860 Washington. D.C. Ward. Samuel I). 5210 Mcadowlakc Houston, Texas Watson. Jim Albert Kotan, Texas Watson, Reginald E.. Jr. 3500 Drexcl Dallas, Texas Webb, Gory Baxter 7811 Edgeway Dr, Houston, Texas Webster, Daniel G., HI 4217 Southwestern Dallas, Texas Weed. Ray A. 3 01 25th Lubbock, Texas Weintraub. John 5329 Dora lane Houston, Texas Weir, Warren N. 1242 Jeanette Abilene, Texas Wells, Francis Sutherland 115 W. Jay Edna, Texas Wheat. Joe 36 2 Ella lee lane Houston, Texas Whitcomb, Thomas 1501 Tcnnewec Gas Bldg. Houston, Texas White, Charles M. Rt. 2. Box 420 Tyler, Texas Whitworth, l)ain Paul 1801 Patricia Pasadena, Texas Wilbur. Warren A.. Ill 304 E. 33rd Austin, Texas Wilhite. George 3301 Cherry lane Austin, Texas Wilkinson, John Bob 1831 Corte del Ranchero Alnugordo, New Mexico Willis. Joseph Bruce 401 Ave. C El Campo, Texas Wilson. Abraham 1219 Micr St. Laredo, Texas Winn. Emmett B. 5603 IX-lwood Drive Austin, Texas 207Winship, Glenn, Jr. 2619 Brookhurst San Antonio, Texas Womble, Billy R. Rt. 1 Stinnett. Texas Woodward, Henry K, 512 Pecan Del Rio, Texas Yarbrough. Don 1136 Cedardalc I vincas ter, Texas Yuslesis, Benjamin Box 1053 San Benito, Texas Winter, John Worrell 350 Terrell Road San Antonio, Texas Woodford, Wm. G. 118 Ave. B Hereford, Texas Woodward. Joe I-1317 S. 53rd Temple, Texas Yarbrough, Kenneth IJ Fcria, Texas 'Zimmerman, Donald 107 Beach St. Hereford, Texas Witherspoon. Joseph, III 5312 Shoal Creek Blvd. Austin, Texas Woods. Ronald G. 1021 Christine Pampa, Texas Wright. Hugh M. 212 Montana El Paso, Texas Yerger. Ivan Bass 3850 Kastover Jackson. Mississippi Zimmerman, Iasuis T. 513 E. 27th Houston, Texas MID-LAW STUDENTS Abbott, Dan S. 734 Davis Dr. Abilene, Texas Briscoe, James P. 1308 Lee Street Alvin, Texas Doyle. Patrick T. 3416 27th Port Arthur, Texas Gunn. Carl Donald 2021 Bluebonnet Fort Worth, Texas Jones. Paul Byron 2905 Bcanna Austin. Texas Adelman. Frank Joel 409 Geneseo Rd. San Antonio. Texas Brooks. Jo Ted Bagdad Apts. 2f2 Mercedes, Texas Dubose. I)a id C. 7650 Greenstone Houston, Texas Haralson, IXilc 1149 Blair Abilene, Texas Joplin, Julian M. 1323 Park Ave. I ittleficld, Texas Albin, Arthur M. 5208 Caladium Dallas, Texas Brown, Mrs. Fannie U. 1711 E. !2lh St. Austin, Texas I hum, David W. 2612 Guadalupe Austin, Texas Hardin. Sanders l ee 7430 Bralh Houston, Texas Judd, Ardon B., Jr. II Piischill lane Houston, Texas Alsup, Win. Dewitt G01 Harrison Corpus Christ!, Texas Brown. Marvin ll„ HI 3G08 Shenandoah Dallas, Texas Dyer. Curtis B. 3714 Sobev Dr. Corpus Chrisli, Texas I larpcr. Jack 1 lardy 102 J Sheridan Rd. Evanston, Illinois Keeton, Richard P. 2100 Griswold lane Austin, Texas Bngnlay, John E., Jr. 1205 Kennon Austin, Texas Brown. Raymond R. 435 Highland Blvd. Son Antonio, Texas Edwards, Cecil A., Jr. Box 554 Edinburg. Texas Ha«like, llerliert P., Jr. 409 Garnity Rd. San Antonio, Texas Kelly, Wm. Carroll, Jr. Box 98 Freer, Texas Bailey, William J. Box S6 Marfa, Texas Browning, David S. 798 Edgesvator Nesv Braunfels, Texas Evans. Jas. Alton, Ir. Rt. 4. Box 377 Hallettsville, Texas Hibler, Prentis 0. 101 Meodosv lane West Columbia, Texas Kelly, William F.. Jr. 2116 Chilton Houston, Texas Baker, Malcolm G. 2504 Brentwood Houston, Texas (iandish, David John 2412 W. John Grand Island, Nebraska Fainter, John Wells, Jr. 2903 Bonnie Rd. Austin, Texas Higgins. Thomas F.. Box 267 Port Isabel, Texas Klein. K. Keith 357 North Dr. San Antonio, Texas Barber. Perry O.. Jr. Route I Colorado City, Texas Carmichael, David M. 4735 Regina lane Beaumont, Texas Fassnidgc, Warner F. 1811 W. Huisacfc San Antonio, Texas Hilbum. David H. 710 S. Clements Gainesville. Texas Knapp, Frank 20 Huntley Houston, Texas Barlow, James Bruce 3224 Rogers Fort Worth, Texas Chavez, Melchor Route 3 Harlington. Texas Flanagan. Christopher 4305 Forest Dr. Port Arthur. Texas Holloway, Gordon A. 7006 Currin Dr. Dallas. Texas Knapp, Marcia! A. P. O. Box 1240 Corpus Chriiti, Texas Barrett, John Adams 1220 Bunker Ave. Kansas City, Kansas Chertkov, Boren Iouit 6920 Kenwood Dallas, Texas Foutch. James R. 1 30S W. Sheridan Shenandoah, Iowa Hood. Joe Thomas 3202 Golfcourse Midland, Texas Krcimeyer. Jas. Hareld, Jr. 8812 Old Country Rd. El Paso, Texas Belcher, Ellen 206 Parkway Del Rio, Texas Coffey, Robert lewis 1803 West llth Freeport, Texas Gage, Gerald D. 310 Marion Baytown, Texas Hope. Ruben W. Jr. 818 Rutland Houston, Texas Krist, Ronald D. 2504 Cuthbert Midland, Texas Bell. John I.. 1940 Thomas Rd. Beaumont, Texas Coleman, Brady S. 2517 Inwood Austin, Texas Gallagher. James I.. 5317 Patrick Henry Bellaire, Texas Howell. Donald 1-ee 3718 Ilerwol Waco, Texas lane. Robert P.O. Box 168 Clifton, Texas Benson, Gerald W. 6639 Joyce Way Dallas, Texas Copeland. John Wm. 2705 Southgate Dr. Fort Worth, Texas Gardner. Herman I,.. Jr. 3107 Aberdeen Houston, Texas Hunt, Chester F. 403 N. Main Pleasanton, Texas l-eggett, I).»vid A. 901 Storey Midland, Texas Berry, Buford P. Box 876 Archer City, Texas Cortez, Herman G. 918 N. "A" St. Harlingen, Texas Gee. Harry, Jr. 5482 Edith Houston, Texas Hustace. Cedric 2323 Red River Austin, Texas I-evy, lawrrnce I. 2302 Maroneal Houston, Texas Bettis, Henry II. II 615 S. Pine Pratt, Kansas Cranz, William P. 308 Ridgewood Rd. Fort Worth, Texas Gipson. Ray A. Rt. 1, Box 30 H Kenvillle, Texas Irsfcld. Nicholas A. 1505 N.W. 5th Ave, Mineral Wells, Texas I-evy, Robert G., II 651 Slrey lane Houston, Texas Binion, Willie C., Ill 13127 Bohomc Houston, Texas Creamer, Wanda E. 3908 Memphis El Paso, Texas Glaspy. Wm. Miles 301 West Denton Ennis, Texas January, William H. 4741 Augusta Wichita Falls, Texas I-ewis. Robert I.inton 331 Corona Ave., San Anlonio, Texas Blockstock, Ronald I.. 1331 Edgcwood Graham, Texas Crews. Frank T. Jr. 1007 Austin St. Amarillo, Texas Gooch. Jon David 2202 Bedford Midland, Texas Jarvis. Robert Glenn 1425 North Shore Dr. Son Benito, Texas I.ippincott, lawrrnce I.. 1814 25th Galveston, Texas Borchcrs, Marion J. 1002 K. Gonzales Yoakum, Texas Davis, Tom Martin 2222 Chilton Rd. Houston, Texas Grnber. Allan I,. 4820 Sherman Galveston, Texas Jefferson, John R, 933 West I.ucas Beaumont, Texas I-oyc, Donald •4408 Amherst Dallas, Texas Bowers. Peter A. 3003 Chevy Chase Houston, Texas Dawson. John C., Jr. 36 W. Rivererest Houston, Texas Grinstead. Samuel T. 2248 Chilton Houston, Texas Jeter, Thomas G., Jr. Box 128 Refugio, Texas Iaicrs. Jerry B. 1185 So. Oihom Kankakee, Illinois Bradley, James L. 201 N. Burrow Grocsbcck, Texas Dickerson, Charles A. Box 529 Rosenberg, Texas Grossman. Gary Scliram 4926 N. Braeswood Houston, Texas Johnson, Kenneth 8227 Gliencresl Ave. Houston, Texas McAdams, Beltyc J. 601 Airport Blvd. Austin, Texas Bratton, Edward B. 2616 Harris Blvd Austin, Texas Donovan, Carl C. 700 Dixon Borger, Texas Guest, Floyd E., Jr. 109 S. 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Payne Olney, Texas Neal. Jaincs Wm. 7812 I airy Lane Austin, Texas Neill, Ronald I.. 225 E. Dodge Tyler, Texas Neilson, John S., Jr. 2113 Del Monte Dr. Houston, Texas Nelms, John R. 7219 F.lmridge Dr. Dallas, Texas Niksch, Harold W. 1300 E. 27th Odessa, Texas Nixon, Wm. Sellers •109 Pulliam Del Rio, Texas Norvell, Lipscomb, Jr. 1513 W. 30th Austin, Texas Oaks, Steven C. 3937 San Felipe Houston, Texas Olson. George A. 500 Elizabeth Hd„ San Antonio, Texas Percl, Stephen A. 3301 Redwood Victoria, Texas Phelps. Judson II., Jr. 5000 Vancc-Jackson Rd. San Antonio, Texas Pickens, Franklin A. 2201 Walnut Odessa, Texas Piz itola, Tannie L., Jr. 2015 52nd St. Galveston, Texas Powell. Roger T. Rt. I, Box 134-A Taft, Texas Posvcll, Verne K. Box 905 Hereford. Texas Press . Philip Robert 1407 S. Louisville Tulsa, Oklahoma Pruitt, John W. 1215 Sein. Rd. Lamcsa, Texas Radford. Wendall C. 1114 Helena St. Nederland, Texas Ramirez, Joe 506 S. 9th Robstown, Texas Randolph, Robert R 158 W. 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Claxton B. 100 Cravens Dr. Siltbce, Texas Simpson. Mary F. 322 Ave. F Dallas. Texas Smith, Thomas T. 702 Barton Blvd. Austin, Texas Snavcly. Edward E. Box 2, Combes, Texas Sorrell, James Robert, Jr. 441 Grand Place Corpus Christi, Texas Sorrell. Jay Riggan 2300 25th Pearsall, Texas Spoor. David C. 2320 Bdsover Houston, Texas Sprague. Hurth Red Bud Trail at Caravan Cii Austin, Texas Spurlock. JooC. M. II •1720 Meadowbrook Fort Worth. Texas Stafford. Harry W. Box 1025 Corsicana, Texas Steelman, Joseph W. 1623 Cherry Springfield. Missouri Stofcr, Jas. Nelson II 811 W. Slayton Victoria. Texas Stone. Douglas B. Box 67 Fortales, New Mexico Stork. Terry Erwin 1703-B Margaret St. Austin, Texas Stover. Sidney S. 4525 Alta Vista Dallas, Texas Sullivan, Selby Wm. 2123 Dunslan Houston. Texas Sunshine. Win. Neal 6456 Norway Rd. Dallas. Texas Talkinglon, Freddy Max 2615 Honeysuckle Fort Worth. Texas Tate. David L. 2707 Taft Wichita Falls, Texas Tate. Milton Y.. Jr. P.O. 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Roger Williams, who founded the Colony of Rhode Island, established the first Baptist church in that colony if not in America, and wrote the first charter of religious liberty in the world, was a lawyer. Sam Houston, who helped declare the Republic of Texas free and independent, and who commanded the Texas army of 800 which defeated Santa Anna’s 6.000 in the open field at San Jacinto, was a lawyer. Abraham Lincoln was a lawyer. Mohandas Gandhi of India was a lawyer. Francis Scott Key, who wrote “The Star-Spangled Banner,” was a lawyer. Some of the greatest names in literature have been names of lawyers. Robert Louis Stevenson was a lawyer. Victor Hugo was a lawyer, and a member of the Chamber of Deputies of France when arrested by Louis Napoleon in 1851. Sidney I-anicr, the most rhythmical, musical and lyrical poet America has produced, with the possible exception of Edgar Allen Poe, was a lawyer, and practiced in Austin and San Antonio, Texas. He was a confederate soldier and wore the gray, yet eleven years after the war he was selected to write the symphony and direct the music at the Centennial of the Declaration of Independence at Philadelphia. Three lawyers have been canonized by the Roman Catholic Church as saints. Saint Ives of Brittany and Saint Fields of Suahia both were known as “The Advocate of the Poor.” Saint Thomas More of England was beheaded by Henry VIII because of his refusal to recognize the divorce of Henry from Catherine of Aragon so that he might marry Anne Boleyn. More lawyers enter the ministry than any other class of people. Rev. V. E. Penn, famous evangelist of a generation ago. was a lawyer before he was a minister. John B. Denton, slain by Indians in defense of early settlers of Texas, and for whom Denton County, Texas is named, was both a lawyer and a preacher. President James A. Garfield was first a lawyer and then a minister of the Disciples denomination. Russell II. Cromwell, one of the most powerful preachers in America, famous for his immortal lecture, “Acres of Diamonds.” was a lawyer for ten years before he became a minister. When Jesus was crucified, there were more than a million people present. Out of that vast multitude, only two men stepped out to claim His body and give it decent burial. They were Nicodcmus and Joseph of Arimathea, and both of them were lawyers. In one of the last letters the Apostle Paul wrote from prison, he begged Titus to bring him a lawyer. Paul was in trouble, and he needed a lawyer. Lawyers are the friends of people who are in trouble. Conplimanti Woggontr Corr lubtxxk. Texas. 1962 THIS IS HOW 41 MILLION HOMES ARE USING GAS TODAY • COOKING • REFRIGERATION • HEATING • AIR CONDITIONING • CLOTHES ORYING • WATER HEATING • INCINERATION • OUTDOOR LIGHTING PIG STANDS yes ... Gas puts modern living at your fingertips! IOUTHIXM UNION COMPANY 2801 Guadalupe 2201 College Ave. The Best Food in Austin 223History of Slip Huiucrsitu of (Texas Srljool of iCam 1883 m 1962 31fp S’tory of (TI|p pprrgrimta Saint Ives, Patron Saint of all law students, has nothing on the Peregrinus as a Patron Saint. The Peregrinus was created in December, 1899, and was adopted by the junior Law Class in 1901 as the Patron Saint of the Law School. Another symbol of the Law School is Portia, the sweetheart of the Law School. This position of honor is derived from the heroine of Sheakespearc’s famous play, the Merchunt of Venice. As the story goes, Portia, in trying to save the life of a friend, displayed, in addition to her beauty, great wisdom and profound legal ability in her eloquent plea to Shylock to be merciful. The first Portia was Miss Mary Pearl Hall who was elected in 19-19. She is now Mrs. Jcitc Williams, wife of one of our esteemed professors. If it’s mystery you're looking for, or humor, or intrigue, add the word Peregrinus to your vocabulary. The magical quality of this tongue-twister is that even its casual utterance will transform a seemingly sophisticated aloof tribe of scholars into a group of collegians who are as fond of monkeyshines as the rest of the world. Oddly enough, the magic of the word, which may be found in any respectable Latin dictionary, lies not in the meaning, but in the corruption of its pronunciation. The initiated say “Pcrry-gri-NOOSE,” and Latin scholars can go climb a tree. Like other magical abracadabras, the word is potent only in its home environment, which is Townes Hall, located on the north-cast corner of the Forty Acres. A brief consultation of your Rand-McNally should identify this section of the universe as the domain of Charles A. Wright’s Legal Eagles; but, more specifically, the School of Law. And this revelation, no doubt, will precipitate a good deal of eyebrow raising. "What’s this?” you say, extracting the curl from your lower lip. "Legal intrigue? Jovial jurisprudence? Who is pulling whose leg?” No legs involved, but it is apparent that the lawyer and the law student, away from their books and legal paraphernalia, lead wholesome, undiluted lives in much the same pattern as the rest of the species. It is actually an oddity when one of them uses the word "whereas" more than twice at the breakfast table, and it has even been said that lawyers pay more fines per capita for traffic violations than any other profesional group. To the average University student, nonetheless, the School of Law remains a never-never-land of heavily-indexed volumes of divorces and oil titles, inhabited by a species of natives vaguely identified as "Legal Minds.” It is a region of gobbledy-gook language in which any subject is always good for an oration or an argument. The Law School has always seemed a little detached—not to say aloof—from the rest of the University Hock, partly because of its position as a graduate-level school, partly because of its concentrated position in one building on the campus, and partly because Dean Keeton wants it that way. The occupanfs of Townes Hall still refer to other parts of the Forty Acres as being "up on the hill,” and it’s a rare occasion when a law student has a course that takes him to a higher altitude, unless it might be Jurisprudence. But ’tis more than folly to pass the lawyers off as soulless l ook-worms, because any first-year Jackass can deftly point out that of all the divisions of the University, the Law School has the oldest and most cherished traditions, among the highest scholastic merits, and some of the most active graduates in places of honor in all parts of the world. Notice that I referred to first-year students as Jackasses; ’tis proof that stare decisis is not inflexible. Let’s go back to Peregrinus, as a point of illustration. “Perry” was created in 1899 and was given a coronation as the mystic patron saint of the School of Law in 1901. The birth of “Perry” took place in the lecture room of one of the most colorful and In-loved of the early law professors. Colonel W. S. Simkins. It was the Colonel’s first year of pro-fessoring, and his students were intrigued by the way lie pronounced—or mispronounced some Latin terms. One day in his Equity class he asked a student to identify the word "Peregrinus,” which was the name of an ancient Roman official, whose full name was Praetor Peregrinus. The student swung too low on the curved pronunciation, however, and guessed, "VVal, I don’t know. Judge, 'less it could be some kind of animal.” This student was Jim Livingston McCall, a star Longhorn football player who was the center on the team. Another version of the incident by those who believe it was 19(H) and not 1899 that Peregrinus was born, claim that the incident tcx k place after Texas beat A. M. on Thanksgiving. McCall was asleep in class when called on because he had been up the night before celebrating the victory. Nevertheless, it was too good to let die, and in practically nothing flat another student, the late Russell R. Savage of Corpus Christi, 224drew a picture of the imaginary animal in class and On the blackboard the next morning In-fore class. The sketch was later copied in a plaster statuette, which was installed as the idol of the Law School. The small orange and white figurine has also been securely installed in the hearts of thousands of students through the years. Since early in the century “Perry" has been the symbol of a feud between the Laws and tin? Engineers, with the result that he has been captured and taken for a ride several times. It is not known for certain, but it is believed that the current "Perry’ ’is the fourth edition of the original. “Perry” is always the subject of inquiry by first year students; some have asked why a “duck" appears on the official senior ring. But, it doesn’t take long before these students learn that tin? Peregrinus is the natron saint of the Law School and join thousands who for more than half a century have shown their love, admiration and respect for "Perry.” In discussing the Roman Court that set up the cases involving foreigners, Colonel Simkins told of the judge who presided over the court and, intentionally or unintentionally, he pronounced Praetor Peregrinus as "Percgrinoos,” and to this day it is still so pronounced. Savage drew the picture on the blackboard and when Professor Simpkins arrived he saw that the creature had the tail of a fox, the body of a donkey, the eyes of an eagle, the head of a stork, and vicious fangs. On his front feet were men’s shoes and on his rear feet were boxing gloves. Later a claw replaced one front shoe and an Irish ditcher’s lxx t replaced the other. Colonel Simkins first gave significance to the features and through the years his comments picked up other traditional meanings. The fiery mouth was to fight injustice and represent the wide latitude of a bill of equity; the bushy tail of a fox represents the wise and skillful lawyer or the shrewd and crafty one, and the tail is to brush away the cobwebs of complication so that all people can clearly see justice and so that the technicalities of the law do justice to the merits. On the Peregrinus' front foot the Irish ditcher’s boot indicates the law’s protection of the least of mankind. On the other front foot the naked claws indicate that the greatest of mankind must fear its power. His hindquarters arc those of a dog, man’s most faithful friend. The spotter! patches indicate that even the most beautiful days will have a few clouds. The arched back in the attitude of springing indicates that the law is ever ready to protect right or prevent wrong. The sharp extending beak indicates the power to penetrate the mysteries of the law which the true student must obtain by study. The law students had the Saint’s figure embroidered upon their pennants and banners. This caused envy among their rivals, the Engineers, who set forth to create their own image of a patron saint, Alexander Frederick Claire. Later, a very large image of Peregrinus was made and mounted on a pedestal. It was kept in the Dean's Office and only brought out on special occasions. On one occasion the image was acquired by the hated Engineers and cut to pieces; parts were distributed as souvenirs and a part was given a decent burial with honors. In retaliation, the law students captured the Engineers’ patron saint, Alexander, and made pictures of him in a pig sty, but they did not resort to murder. The Engineers who were responsible for the death of the first Peregrinus were tried in a District Court, but were exonerated. Today, tliere is an official Keener of the Peregrinus. For many years alter the birth of the Peregrinus. first-year students were required to greet upperclassmen with "Good morning, how is your Peregrinus today.-'” Dean Emeritus Charles S. Potts of S.M.U. School of Law said that it all came about in this way. The Colonel in his course in Equity had occasion to trace the origin and development of this branch of the law. He explained that in the early centuries of the Roman Republic, a judge or judicial officer, known as Praetor Urbanus, enforced the law and edicts upon all persons within his realm. But as trade and commerce grew and more foreigners visited the growing metropolis, the Romans found it desirable to settle disputes in which foreigners were involved by a more flexible system of laws, based on the principles of natural right that arc said to have been “written by the finger of G xl on the hearts of men.” For the purpose of administering this more universal law the Romans appointed a judge known as the Praetor Peregrinus. Colonel W. S. Simkins, or "Old Simp,” as he was affectionately called by the students in his classes, reigned for thirty years which began in September 1899 and ended with his death in 1929. He was the spitting image of Mark Twain. Colonel Simkins was the most colorful character ever connected with this Law School; he was at Fort Sumter in 1861 and a graduate of the famous Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. He was the founder of the Ku Klux Klan in Florida and was an underground fighter against the carpetbag troops. In the conservative tradition of the law, he defended States’ Rights, and in the manner of Socrates, his students would follow him wherever he went to hear his opinions and beliefs. He coined the name “Perry” for Peregrinus. The contagion of the name Peregrinus spread. Not only was it applied to the sacred effigy, but the Colonel himself did not escape, and was often referred to as "Old Percgrinoos,” or “Perry,” for short. The law-class yell ran, Rah, rah, rah—Rah, rah, Roos Simkins, Simkins—Percgrinoos Laws! Laws! Laws! ! ! Another early incident helped greatly to endear the Colonel to the sporting element of the law school. Some enterprising youngsters, noticing that the Colonel was usually several minutes late coming into the classroom, felt a strong urge to put his green-topped desk to some appropriate use. Accordingly a small knot of them gatherer! around the desk, and the "bones” began to roll. Each day the group around the desk grew larger and the stakes became Higher. To prevent surprise, a listening post was established, and when the lecturer was heard approaching, the dice and the money quickly disappeared, the l oys slid into their seats, and by the time the Colonel reached his desk, they were all noring over their books in righteous "studiosity.” Sometimes tneir plan failed to work, but the Colonel never mentioned what he may have seen or heard. Nevertheless, the goings-on finally reached the ears of Dean Townes, and the culprits were summoned for a hearing lrefore the faculty. After a few witnesses had been examined, the Dean turned to Colonel Simkins and asked him a few questions: Had he, on entering his classroom on several mornings, noticed the boys gathered about his desk? Yes, he had. Did he know that some sort of game was being played on his desk? Yes, he did. But, he added, with a sly wink at the defendants, “I thought they were playing tit-tat-too!” The hearing got nowhere, but the Colonel’s stock experienced a sudden bull market on the campus, especially with the “seven-eleven” boys. For many years, Colonel Simkins lectured to the class in Contracts, a large and rather boisterous group of first year students. On one occasion the class bell at the noon hour rang before the Colonel had finished his lecture. When he calmly ignored tire bell and went right on with his lecture, the boys became restless and began to shuffle their feet on the floor. Still the Colonel ignores! them and went on more vigorously than ever. Just then a donkey, which someone, possibly with malicious intent, had tied to a tree near the law building, opened up in a voice that could be heard a mile away. When the music outside had ceased and the uproar inside had partially died down, the Colonel shouted. “Get out, you young jackasses! Your brother’s calling you to dinner.” Pandemonium broke loose afresh as the boys made a rush for the door. From that day the first-year law students were known as Colonel Simkins’ Jackasses, or “J.A.’s” for short, an aroma that still persists sixty years later. The Colonel, like most southern-reared men of his day, was “addicted to the filthy weed.” As he bent low over his office desk, preparing his lectures or the manuscripts of his many published law books, he usually had an unlighted cigar in his mouth— destined to perish by flood rather than by fire. On one occasion when passing through the law building, nc came upon three or four "young jackasses” idling in a classroom at an off-hour. In the middle of the group he noticed a puddle of "ambeer" on the floor. Assuming his fiercest mien he demanded of the nearest boy: “Henry, did you spit on the floor there?” “No, Colonel,” said Henry- abashed, "I didn’t do that." “Frank, did you spit on the floor?” “No, Colonel,” said Frank, "I didn’t do it.” "George,” persisted the irate Colonel, “did you do that?” Cornered at last, George shifted lus cud, swallowed hard, and said, “Yes. Colonel, I did.” "Then, give me a chaw of tobacker,” said the Colonel, as he broke into a laugh. George was so greatly relieved that he felt like giving him the whole plug. Many interesting stories cluster about the Colonel and his -10 H.P. Hupp, a powerful car for that day. He named it Old Equity, for the reason that he paid for it with the profits from his first book, Simkins on Equity. In one of his first escapades with Old Equity, the Colonel found himself sitting on his neighbor's lawn with the rear wall of his own garage draped about him. “The brakes didn't hold,” he explained with a sheepish grin. His foot had found the accelerator instead of the brake-pedal. 225Nothing seemed to give the Colonel more exhilaration than driving that open car at a furious rate with his white hair, which he wore down to his shoulders, a la Mark Twain or Buffalo Bill, streaming out behind him. On one occasion he whizzed down Congress Avenue and made a short left turn into Sixth Street. The traffic cop in the middle of the intersection—Austin’s first symptom of budding cityhood—blew his whistle furiously and demanded that the Colonel back up and drive around him. 'Til come back tomorrow and drive around you,” the Colonel shouted over his shoulder as he stepped on the accelerator. A similar incident occurred in Dallas when the Colonel first drove his IIupp to that North Texas metropolis, over the 200 miles of narrow, crooked, muddy roads. How many runaway teams and wrecked farm wagons ne left scattered along the way the chroniclers do not tell us. But after he reached the city he enjoyed the paved streets and the excited pedestrians. The traffic cop at Main and Akard, the busiest crossing in the city, sought to halt him. “Get out of the way, young man,” shouted the Colonel, "or I'll run over you!” The command was instantly obeyed, and another life was saved by the Colonel's foresight. Seme years later, when his very good friend from Alaska, Rev. Hudson Stuck, Arch Dean of tlie Yukon, former Dean of St. Matthew’s Cathedral in Dallas, came to Austin for a visit, the Colonel took him out for a ride in the country. He drove like a jehu. After fifteen minutes of bouncing over tlie boulders in the hills north of the city, the Dean asked the Colonel to stop the car. When the wheels skidded to a stop, the Dean got out of the car and started back toward Austin. “Where are you going?” asked liis host. “Colonel Simkins,” said he, “I’ve braved the terrors of the Alaskan winters, and I’ve conquered Mount McKinley’s twenty thousand feet of snow and ice, but I can’t stand your driving—I simply can’t take it. I am walking back to Austin.” It was only with great difficulty, and after many promises, that the Colonel was able to get his friend into the car again for a more careful journey back to the city. Another life was saved— but this time by the Dean’s foresight. One of the Colonel’s weaknesses was his fondness for applause. It was a part of his nature that manifested itself in many ways. His late but hurried entry in the classroom, with a shake of his long white locks, like the leading actor’s entry on the stage, was expected to draw a round of applause. It always did. The hand clapping that greeted his entry in the early days of his service, gradually gave way as the years passed to yelling and pounding of books on desk tops—a momentary- uproar that could be heard all over the campus. On one occasion the boys decided to plav a trick on the Colonel. They agreed among themselves that liis entry at the next class should be greeted by complete silence. This conspiracy was carried out perfectly. As the astonished Colonel took his scat and glanced around the room at the solemn faces, he demanded, "What’s the matter with you young jackasses? Have you lost your voices?” The roar of applause that greeted this sally fully answered his question. Not long afterwards the Colonel proved that he too could play tricks. It came about in this way: each year when each class reached a particular place in his course in Equity, he would give them an hour’s written quiz. As the years passed it became common knowledge about the school that the questions used were always the same. So as the time for the quiz drew near the students worked up carefully the answers to these questions, and gave little attention to the rest of the course. The quizmaster, being a conscientious man, called the Colonel’s attention to the situation and urged him to make a new set of questions, but the Colonel said “No.” On quiz day the students were greatly pleased to see the old familiar questions. They had visions of the posted grade sheet with a big fat “A” after their names. Imagine, then, tneir chagrin when a string of “F’s” appeared. An indignation meeting appointed a committee to wait on the Colonel. They pointed out to him that they had learned that the questions were the same as those of the previous year and their answers were substantially the same. ‘‘Then how,” they asked, “was it possible that they had all made F’s when the previous class had made A’s.” "Oh, yes,” said the Colonel, “the questions were the same all right, but I changed the answers on you!” They all joined in his infectious laughter. The incident was closed, but the “F's’' still stood. The present Honor System came into being in 1935, six years after the death of Colonel Simkins. Colonel Simkins was fond of innocent sports of all kinds. It was usually a roistcrous gallery that gathered around the billiard table at tlie University Faculty Club to sec “Old Simp” and "Suttonius” (Prof. W. S. Sutton) struggle for the club championship. The Colonel usually won, and held the championship in pool as well as in billiards until advancing years dimmed his eyesight and unsteadied his hand. The Colonel was also adept at most games of cards. John A. Lomax, America’s leading collector of ballads, enjoyed telling of their games, when he and the Colonel were matched as partners against the Colonel’s two daughters, Flizal cth and Helen. From time to time the Colonel would break into good-natured raillery at his partner’s stupid plays: "Did anyone ever have such a nitwit for a partner! John, you might make a good wooden Indian for a cigar store, but you’ll never know anything about cards." Lomax, who served many years as Registrar of the University and later as Secretary of the Ex-Students Association and Editor of their monthly magazine The Alcalde, became in his day a sort of father confessor to all sorts of people in trouble, faculty and students alike. President Mezcs once called him a heart specialist, and expert in smoothing out troubled human relations; just as the Colonel found him when trouble overtook him. Soon after the Colonel had passed his fourscore milestone, the University Re- f'ents, having no retirement system, reduced both his teaching oad and his salary, by fifty percent. Worse still, the action was taken without any notice whatever to the Colonel. Naturally it came as a great shock to the old war horse, and he turned to his friend Lomax for help and comfort. He explained that he had saved little or nothing from his salary and that he and his daughter would have difficulty in living on the stipend left to him. Lomax premised to look into the matter and sec what, if anything, could be done about it. Accordingly, he arranged a conference with the acting President. He soon saw that he was getting nowhere, so he played his trump card. He would publish in The Alcalde an appeal to the old law students who had studied under the Colonel, to send him contributions to a fund to enable the Colonel to live out his days in comfort. The President protested, and finally forbade the publication. Thereupon the Editor rose up in righteous wrath. He informed the President that he was not taking orders from the President of the University, that he held his position by election of the directors of the Ex-Students’ Association, and was responsible to that body only for what he published in The Alcalde. The appeal was published. While many alumni sent in checks, most of them turned loose on the President and Board a storm of protest that speedily got the desired result—the Board at its next meeting reversed its action and restored the major portion of the salary cut. Toward the end of his career, when he was well up in the eighties, the Colonel had a slight heart attack in the classroom. The boys got him into a car and drove him directly to his home on Rio Grande Street. His daughter, Elizabeth, Mrs. Harris Masterson, who was his housekeeper and ever-watchful caretaker, happened to be away from home at the moment, but Mrs. Campbell, wife of Professor Killis Campbell, who lived directly across the street, hurried over to render her services. When the Colonel saw her, he said, "Get my whiskey, there on the closet shelf.” When she brought the bottle he turned it up and took a long swig with evident relish. A few minutes later the doctor, who had been summoned, arrived and, after a hasty examination, ordered Mrs. Campbell to give the patient a tablespoonful of whiskey. Without a word of what had just happened she carefully measured out a tablespoonful and administered it to the patient, all the time wondering whether she had killed him. A short time later, after another examination, the doctor left, assuring those present that the Colonel would be all right, and marveling at the patient's speedy response to his treatment. But it was clear that the Colonel’s strength was failing. Finally, in the spring of 1929, as the redbud along tlie creek banks and the bluebonnets on the prairies were adding their luster to the “City of the Violet Crown," the grim reaper found the Colonel squarely in his path. The next day many an old law grad, throughout Texas and the Southwest, found a lump in his throat or brushed away a silent tear, as he heard of the Colonel’s passing. His mortal remains lie buried in Greenwood Cemetery, in Dallas, but his colorful life and his tender heart have become an enduring tradition in the School of Law. There has never been a professor that was loved anti worshipped by so many as Colonel Simkins. Colonel Simkins gave his own view of the Peregrinus: “You ask for the origin of Peregrinus. I well remember its birth—in fact I was present at the accouchement. 226"This nondescript sprang fully armed and equipped for its mission not from a mental Jove, but from the disordered brain of a Savage. “Many years ago I was trying to explain to the class in Equity, the origin of the system in Home and the sources of Equity in the Roman Empire. At that time fledglings just from the high schools were admitted to the Law School. Many of them had never heard of the Roman Empire, and not a few spelled cow with a “K.” They often reminded me of the school boy who when asked by his teacher when George Washington died, exclaimed, “Is he dead? I didn't know the Old Guy was sick.” Well, I explained to them that when Rome conquered a nation it was incorporated into the Roman Empire subject to its own laws and not to the laws of Rome—that the Roman citizen was not subject to the laws of these incorporated nations—that in due course commerce sprang up between the citizens of Rome and the barbaric nations, ana there was no law to determine and settle their contractual relations. The Roman Emperor, to settle the troubles arising out of the fact that there was no law applicable to control their contracts, appointed a Praetor or chancellor to travel among these nations and to settle all disputes without reference to the laws of Rome or of the incorporated Nations, but to do justice and decide all disputes, alone by the conscience of the Praetor. Peregrinating from one nation to the other, he was called a Praetor Peregrinus. “The boncheads of the class evidently thought that a Peregrinus was an internal organ of the body, for they continually greeted each other, ‘How is your Peregrinus today?’ This fact seems to have developed the humorous side of the incident, and Russell Savage developed a concrete expression of it on the blackl oard, and thus the tradition began. Russell drew better than he knew, for the nondescript animal symbolizes both in limb and attitude the maxims in Equity that guide the administration of the system. For instance, on one of the front feet as originally drawn was an Irish ditcher's boot,—indicating the law’s protection to the least of mankind. On the other other front foot were naked claws, indicating the greatest of mankind must fear its power. The archer! back in the attitude of springing, indicated that the law was ever ready to protect right or prevent wrong. Tire sharp beak indicated the power to penetrate the mysteries of the law, which the true student must obtain by study. The bushy tail indicated that equity brushes away the technicalities of the law and does justice on the merits." "valent res Ludicra” —Horace “Et voila justement commc on ccrit 1'histoire.” —Voltaire Colonel Simkins was the spittin image of Mark Twain, from his shaggy mane to the white linen suit he sporte during the hot summer months. He also possessed a sharp wit and a spiced tongue that horc good resemblance to that of the humorist. Another of the Law School's most famous teachers and a vehement instigator of advancement was Dean Ira Polk Hildebrand, affectionately called "Hildc" by all. He was associated with Law School from 1907 until his death in 1943. He was the Law School's dean from 1924-1940. He was responsible for the change from the textbook method of teaching to the case method. The Law School was established in 1883 and was known as the Department of Law until 1920. Admission requirements were not difficult, only “a fair English education is needed, college training not necessary.” The standards of teaching were set to begin with and they have remained high ever since. Dean Page Keeton is currently upholding the envied reputation which was built up by such distinguished men as Dean Charles McCormick anil the late John Charles Townes, who was the School’s first dean, from 1902 until his death in 1923. The school is generally ranked in the United States along with Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Virginia, Chicago, California and Michigan, among the best in the nation. The first University of Texas Law School was in the basement of the main building in the east wing, which was uncomfortable and inadequate. The Law School was given its own building in 1906, which later was known as the "Law Barn." The building had a foundation laid almost entirely of solid rock, and the brick walls stood over 10,000 cubic feet of cement. The total number of bricks used in the building were two and one-half million. Dedication of the “Law Bam" was in 1908 by Samuel Williston, professor of Law in Harvard; Yancey Lewis, former Dean of tin Department of Law, T. S. Henderson, Chairman of the Board of Regents and by John Townes, Dean of the Law School. In September of 1954, the Law School moved into Townes Hall, named in honor of Judge John Charles Townes, who was dean and professor for twenty-eight years. Townes Hall was formally dedicated December 5, 1933. Speakers were Herbert Brownell, Jr., U.S. Attorney General; Thomas Taliaferro, 1911 Class President; Logan Wilson, President; James P. Hart, Chancellor; Tom Scaly, Board of Regents Chairman; J. E. Hickman, Chief Justice of Texas Supreme Court; W. White, Law School Association President and Charles Francis, Liw School Foundation President. This $2,100,000 structure is composed of a 750 scat auditorium in the west wing. The library is named after Benjamin D. Tarlton, who served as a professor for sixteen years. A large new wing will be under construction in the very near future. The present enrollment of 900 students is expected to increase considerably in the next few years, requiring the expansion. The Law Library in 1899 had 4,000 books and today has over 125,000 books. The first Librarian was Ira P. Hildebrand who later was named as the Dean of the Law School. The Law School and Library were actually first housed in a small room in the Temporary Capitol Building waiting for completion of the east wing of the main building. (Note: there is a conflict of authority as to whether the Law School was in the cast or west wing of the basement.) Today The University of Texas School of Law has one of the larger law libraries in the United States and is under the direction of Miss Helen Hargrave. The School of Law has had only six Deans: From 1883 to 1901 there was no official Dean of the Department of Law, as it was first called; John C. Townes, 1901-02; Yancy Lewis, 1903-04; Clarence H. Miller, 1904-08; John C. Townes, 1908-23; George Butte, 1923; Ira P. Hildebrand, 1924-39; Charles T. McCormick, 1939-49; and W. Page Keeton, 1949 to the present. Another tradition of the Law School is that law students do not wear caps and gowns at Commencement Exercises. For at least fifteen years and maybe twenty years after the University was established none of the graduates had worn caps anti gowns for the final ceremonies. At the turn of the century a salesman representing a supply house appeared at a meeting of the University senior class and offered to rent each one a cap and gown. At that time the Law School was in the basement of the Main Building. No one thought to send downstairs and bring into the meeting even a few law seniors. The University faculty and seniors met—or a committee from each group met and decided that the class would look very good in caps and gowns. So an order went out from the executive office or from the faculty in charge of arrangements for commencement that all seniors were to wear caps and gowns. The law students then met, and because they had not been invited to the original meeting or consulted on the advisability of this step, they refused to rent and wear the gowns and caps. Perhaps foreshadowing later events, they formulated the reason to uphold their decision. This was that caps and gowns at such a time were traditional to and representative of the academic school and not the professional school. Granted even that judges had worn the wig and gown for centuries, it was worn for a purpose entirely distinct from the puq osc here proposed. So the faculty met with the President and at the meeting a decision was reached that the law students must conform to the wishes of the senior class or they must wear a significant insignia at the exercises. It was not in a spirit of conciliation or in appreciation of the dignity of the occasion that the sunflower was chosen as the "distinctive insignia.” It was agreed, however, that the senior law students would wear white suits. Once more reasons were advanced to justify the choice of the flower. The sunflower or genus Helianthus belongs to a family with world-wide distribution. So, also do the lawyers. As the sunflower always keeps its face turned to the sun, the lawyer turns to the light of justice. The Sunflower Ceremony is held the morning of Commencement Day and is attended only by the senior law students and their nearest relatives or friends. Originally, a sunflower was pinned on the coat lapel of each senior by his best friend. This custom changed, however, and now the Dean of the Law School performs the rite while the student takes a pledge of devotion and loyalty to the legal profession. Regardless of what takes place at the Law School, whether it be the Tax Conference, the Law-Science Short Court, the Law Day activities, Portia presentation, Moot Court arguments, or Sublication of the Law Review, Peregrinus or the Law Forum, ic Peregrinus governs all. He, or it, is omnipresent in every classroom. He is in the line when students walk through the main office to get their semester grades. He attends the graduation exercises and takes the Bar examination with each Universitycandidate and is sworn in at the Texas Association ceremonies. He is in law offices all over the world, wherever a University graduate settles. It is not frivolous to say that Peregrinus is the symbol of integrity, efficiency, and the spirit of a job well done that makes The University of Texas School of Law proud of its reputation, and makes the students proud of their school. (This resume was the result of the efforts of Miss Helen Hargrave, J. 1 . Porter, Colonel W. S. Simkins, Miss Lucy Moore, Charles S. Potts, Don Bernard and Dean T. U. Taylor. Written and compiled by Julian Lyles.) PEREGRINUS For the first time in eight years the Percgrinus will not lose money on the publication of the Law School yearbook. This has been partly clue to the contributions given by members of the legal profession who are interested in The University of Texas School of Law. The following are some of those benefactors: Compliments of William A. James A. WTiarton David VINSON ELKINS WEEMS SEARLS Houston, Texas 228Compliments of H. F. THOMAS THOMPSON KNIGHT GEORGE S. WRIGHT Dallas, Texas DWIGHT SIMMONS Compliments of FRANK HAMILTON TOM BOYD STUBBEMAN McRAE SEALY LAUGHLIN Midland, Texas 229Compliments of Joe Denning Kelly P. SPURLOCK SCHATTMAN JACOBS Fort Worth, Texas Compliments Compliments of TONNETT TOM H. JACK C. c. c. c. c. RICHARD BYRD DAVIS, III EISENBERG SMALL SMALL, JR. CRAIG Austin, Texas AUSTIN, TEXAS Compliments of JAKE JACOBSEN Austin, Texas Compliments of DAVID A. JOSEPH W. JOHN M. WITTS GEARY, JR. HAMILTON BILL MORTON BRICE LEWIS Dallas, Texas 230 Compliments of W. W. WILL HEATH DAVIS Austin, Texas Compliments of ED DONALD S. CHARLES D. CLARK THOMAS MATHEWS MARTIN FRANK W. HARRIS DENIUS AUSTIN, TEXAS Compliments of VAUGHAN W. BALLINGER PRESTON ROBERT W. McLEOD MILLS SHIRLEY ALEXANDER Galveston, Texas 231Society of the PEREGRINUS 1961-62 Law Annual EXECUTIVE COUNCIL JULIAN LYLES ...............editor DAVID SMITH ..............ASSOCIATE EDITOR TERRY KENDALL ...........ASSOCIATE EDITOR BILL MCGINNIS .....BUSINESS MANAGER LARRY NIEMANN ........SUBSCRIPTIONS UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SCHOOL OF LAW-TOWNES HALL —AUSTIN. TEXAS April 3, 1962 My dear Fellow Students: Recorded in the Peregrinus for 1962 are the Law School scenes, personalities, and events depicting the highlights of the year. Here is a record of student and faculty experiences that will become increasingly significant to you as the years pass. Look to this day, for it is the most important time of your life. It is a day of search and discovery. To be sure, the past was of great significance in the shaping of the law and in building the present, and you must live up to what has been left you, but you are the future. Law School graduation does not mean the completion of one's legal education. It is a semicolon, not a period. A great law school is always in the process of becoming and so is mankind. Accomplishments of yesterday are preludes of the problems of the present, indicators of the opportunities of tomorrow. Give of yourself copiously to all aspects of the law, for the pursuit of knowledge and a fidelity to the profession you have chosen will bring you success. The Peregrinus staff express the hope that this year's annual will be a reminder of the dreams, hopes, and aspirations during a vital time in your life. We hope you enjoy the 1962 Peregrinus as much as we have in bringing it to you. Very respectfully, FINIS 232 I

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