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——m PEREGRINUS 1965 THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SCHOOL OF LAW Austin, Texas HENRY M. ROSENBLUM Editor RAYMOND KALMANS Associate Editor SANDY PARKER Associate Editor BOB RISHER Associate Editor MERRILL HARTMAN Photography Editor B. MICHAEL CUMMINGS Business Manager |Table of Contents -Honors . . . 192 A New Adventure • • • ... We stand in the shadow of greatness...F ... eager, yet anxious6A New World . We confront man's greatest tool, his mightiest weapon: The Idea ... 7A Revelation . . . And here, in this quiet place, we begin to see a reason for our existence ...An Obligation Along the way we begin to sense the pattern of the future. as well as that of the past. New Knowledge of the world and of ourselves does not still a yearning — it increases- it. With each step forward the burden grows heavier, not lighter. ... Imperceptively it seems, we accept an obligation, a responsibility that is universally peculiar to the educated man: To develop and use our talents in the interest of truth and mankind. IfJ. HENRY WILKINSON Guiding us are scholars who have long ago discovered this world of ideas and now encourage; badger; challenge us to make the same discovery... 12A Challenge . . . We come with all of the answers, but we shall leave with only questions. Task fulfilled. If v e take with us but a small measure of what we have found here, then we need not fear tomorrow. If we nourish the seed of knowledge and understanding that was planted within us, then one day we will entrust a richer heritage to another generation. This is challenge enough for a lifetime ...The 1965 Peregrinus is Respectfully Dedicated to "The interests of justice cannot be upholden, the administration of justice cannot go on without the aid of men skilled in the art of teaching the law. and in those matters affecting rights and obligations which form the subject of all lav proceedings.' WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT E. Ernest Goldstein Professor of LawAre Themselves Dedicated r|fvo Men Who J. Henry Wilkinson Professor of Law "A great,lawyer has always been a great teacher of law, good character, and competitive spirit and his best pupil is himself; he persuades those who listen, to use candor, deep thought and past experience to guide them through the paths of conflict." CHARLES EVANS HUGHS 15... IN MEMORIAM George W. Stumberg 1890 -1964 16 Scholar • Teacher • GentlemanJames P. Tennant 1919 -1962 • First Editor of The Peregrinus • 17FacultyThe University of Texas SCHOOL OF LAW 2300 RED RIVER AUSTIN. TEXAS 78705 omcc or tmb ocan March 1, 19 65 To the Law Students: At the beginning of the school year 1959-60, 783 students were enrolled. The enrollment at the beginning of the current school year was approximately 1400 students. Thus the enrollment has almost doubled during this five-year period. Next fall our enrollment will be about 1550 students and every effort will be made to keep it at approximately this level. During this same five-year period the size of the faculty has also doubled. This means that since 1959 the faculty has increased from about twenty to about forty full-time faculty members. During this period of rapid growth greater selectivity in admissions has been instituted and I am confident that the same high standards for faculty appointments have been maintained. Notwithstanding the rapid rate of growth, therefore, it is my judgment that the quality of the law school performance as a whole has improved. But improvement in certain areas is still needed. There has been little time for thought about how to reorganize some of the legally instructive extracurricular activities for such an expanded enrollment. It is therefore with respect to such activities as the Law Review, the Moot Court, and the Student Research for Lawyers program that reorganization and administrative changes are needed for the purpose of marshalling the talents of faculty and students. This is a task that the students and the faculty must undertake during the remainder of this school year and over the next two or three years. Some of this work has already begun. These activities supplement in a very substantial way the instruction students receive in the classroom and it is imperative that we obtain the same level of excellence in the conduct of such activities as we now have in the classroom. I am confident that the faculty and the administration will get your support in the further Improvement of the law school. Sincerely, Page Keeton DeanW. PAGE KEETON Dean of the University of Texas j School of LawTHOMAS J. GIBSON, III Assistant Dean of the University of Texas School of Law 22BYRON F. FULLERTON Assistant Dean and Director of Continuing Legal Education 23EDWARD WELDON BAILEY Professor of Law Mr. Bailey began practice with Calloway and Reed of Dallas in 1928. after having received his B.A. and LL.B. degrees from the University of Texas. He became Associate Professor of Law in 1930, and has been Professor of Law since 1936. He received his S.J.D. from Harvard University in 1942. Mr. Bailey assisted in drafting the new Texas Business Corporations Act, and he is a member of the Texas Bar Committee on Rovision of Corporation Law. He is now the Burleson Professor of Law. Mr. Bailey's subjects include Trusts. Wills and Estates, Agency and Commercial Law. RICHARD V. BARNDT Associate Professor of Law Mr. Borndt holds B.S.L. and LL.B. degrees from the Univorsity of Utah. He has been Assistant Professor at the University of Montana, the University of Houston, ond the University of Washington. He came to the University of Texas in 1964 as Associate Professor. He teaches Contracts, Legislation, and Language and Logic in The Law. . facultyCOL. LEO G. BLACKSTOCK Visiting Professor of Law Co!. Blackstock hods B.A.. M.B.A., and LL.B. degrees from the University of Texas. He was admitted to practice in Texas in 1933. From 1937-1938, he was Chief Examiner for the Gas Utilities Division of the Railroad Commission. He has been a colonel in the Un ted States Army since 1946. and was Chief of the Prosecution Division, Legal Section, of the General Headquarters in Tokyo from 1945 to 1948. Col. Blackstock has been Visiting Professor of Law at Texas since 1953, and Professor of Business Law at the main University since 1927. Col. Blackstock teaches Military Law. WOODFIN L. BUTTE Professor of Law Mr. Butte received his B.A. degree from the University of Texas in 1927, and his LL.B. from Yale University in 1931. In addition, Mr. 8utte ho'ds a Dr. of Political Sciences from the University of Central Venezuela. Mr. Butte has practiced law in numerous Latin American countries, and is a member of the American Society of International Law. His courses at the University are Conflicts and Civil War. DAVID B. CASSON Visiting Professor of Law Mr. Casson took his LL.B. at The London School of Economics in 1957, and his J.D. in 1958, from the University of Chicago. He practiced law in England from 1961 to 1964 and lectured at Holborn College in London from 1962 to 1964. Mr. Casson teaches Torts. Constitutional Law, and Agency. 25FRED COHEN Associate Professor of Law Mr. Cohen holds B.S. and LL.B. degrees from Temple University. Ho received his LL.M. in 1961, from Yale University. He was Assistant Professor of Law at Denver University from 1961 to 1963, and became a permanent member of the Texas faculty in 1963. Mr. Cohen lectures in Constitutional Law. Criminal Law. Criminal Procedure and Criminal Correction. Mr. Cohen has been named the faculty consultant to The Southwest Center for Law and the Behavioral Sciences. FRANK W. ELLIOTT, JR. Associate Professor of Law Mr. Elliott received his B.A. degree in 1951, and his LL.B. in 1957, both from the University of Texas. Subsequent to graduation Mr. Elliott worked in the Attorney General’s office, and later he clerked for tho Supremo Court of Texas. He teaches Introduction, Procedure II and III, and Remedies. Mr. Elliott co-authored tho casebook, Texas Trial and Appellate Procedure, with Messrs. Gus Hodges and Albert Jones. PARKER C. FIELDER Professor of Law Mr. Fielder received his B.S. degree at Northwestern University in 1941. He received his LL.B. at the University of Texas in 1948, and began teaching immediately upon graduating. Mr. Fielder served as an Associate Professor from 1948 to 1953, when he moved to Midland, to go into private practice. Mr. Fie'der returned to the Law School in 1961, and bocame the William H. Francis. Jr.. Professor of Law. He lectures in Business Associations I and II, Oil and Gas Taxation. Federal Taxation and Estate and Gift Taxation. During 1964 1965 Mr. Fielder was a Visiting Professor at the University of Pennsylvania. 26JOEL J. FINER Assistant Professor of Low Mr. Finer received his B.B.A. from City College of New York in 1959. In 1963 he was awarded both a M.A. and a LL.B. from Yale University. Mr. Finer joined the Texas Law Faculty in 1964. after having served as law clerk to U.S. Circuit Judge George T. Washington. Criminal Law. Constitutional Law, and Comparative Constitutional Law are the courses Mr. Finer teaches. ... faculty SANFORD FOX Visiting Professor of Low Mr. Fox received his A.B. degree from the University of Illinois in 1950, and his LL.B. from Harvard in 1953. He became a Teaching Fellow at the Harvard Law School in 1957. In 1958-1959 he was Assistant Director of the Columbia University Project for Effective Justice. Since 1959 he has been teaching at the Boston College Law School. Mr. Fox has received two Ford Foundation grants and a fellowship from the National Institute of Mental Health for work on science in penal law. He is a member of the Massachusetts Crime Commission and the International Society of Criminology. Mr. Fox is teaching Criminal Law, Federal Courts, and a seminar in Juvenile Delinquency at the University. 27WILLIAM F. FRITZ Professor of Law Mr. Fritz received his B.A. degree and his M.A. degree from the University of Texas, the latter having been awarded in 1938. Upon completion of his law studies in 1946, Mr. Fritz began his toaching career at the University of Texas Law School. During 1949 he was a Sterling Fellow at Yale University School of Law. Mr. Fritz was made Professor of Law at Texas in 1956. having previously been both Assistant ond Associate Professor of Law. His subjects are Marital Rights, Property and Damages. Mr.. Fritz co-authored the casebook. Cases and Materials on Property, w'th Messrs. Corwin Johnson and John Cribbett. CARL H. FULDA Professor of Lav Mr. Fulda was awarded a J.V.D. in 1931 from the University of Freiburg and an LL.8. from Yale University in 1938. From 1946 to 1954 Mr. Fulda was a Professor of Law at Rutger University Law School. In 1954 he joined the faculty of Ohio State Un versity College of Low. He came to the University of ‘I’exas Law School in 1964. Mr. Fulda is the author of numerous articles in legal periodicals. He is on the Boaro of Editors of the American Journal of Comparative Law and the Journal of International Law and Commerce. During 1959-1960 he was a Ford Foundation Fe low. This yea'- Mr. Fulda is teaching Government Regulations, Administrative Law, International Transactions and a Seminar in Transportation. THOMAS J. GIBSON, III Assistant Dean and Assistant Professor of Law Dear Gibson received his B.A. from the University of Texas in 1939, and his LL.B. from the Law School in 1948. He was admitted to practice in Texas in 1949. Dean Gibson was instructor at the University in 1950 and 1951, and Texas State Librarian from 1952 to 1954. He came to the Law School in 1954 as Assistant Professor and Associate Librarian. He has keen Assistant Dean since 1956. Dean Gibson teaches Lege Bibliography. 28 ... facultyE. ERNEST GOLDSTEIN Professor of Law Mr. Goldstein received his A.B. in 1939 from Amherst College, and his LL.B. from Georgetown University in 1947. Ho then attended Wisconsin University School cf Law and obtained his S.J.D. in 1956. He served with the Justice Department from 1947 to 1949, and with the War Claims Division from 1949 to 1951. He held other govern-ment posts as Assistant Counsel, Special Senate Crime Committee in 1951, General Counsel Monopoly Sub-Committee of the House Committee on the Judiciary in 1951 and 1952, and finally os United States Representative at the OEEC in Paris from 1952 to 1954. Mr. Goldsto'n come to the University of Texas School of Law in 1955 as an Associate Professor. He was promoted to Professor in 1958. His subjects are: Government Regulation, International Law, Common Market Seminar and Patent, Trademark and Copyright Low. Mr. Goldstein is a member of the American Society of International Low and the Texas and District of Columbia Bars. In 1959 and I960, he was a Ford Foundation International Studies Fellow. Mr. Goldstein is o Peregrinus 65 Dedicatee. LEON GREEN Distinguished Professor of Law Mr. Green holds a B.A. from Ouachita College, on M.A. from Yale University, and an LL.B. from the University of Texas. He has also received the LL.D. degree from Louisiana State University. Beginning as on Instructor in Law in 1915, at the University, he rose to 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. Afterwords, he remained Dean of Northwestern University School of Law for 18 years. He then returned to Texas as Professor of Law. He has written numerous articles which have appeared in law reviews throughout the Nation. His books include Rationale of Proximate Cause, Judge and Jury, Cases on Relations, The Judicial Process in Tort Cases, Traffic Victims and My Philosophy of Law. ROBERT W. HAMILTON Associate Professor of Law Mr. Hamilton received his B.A. degree from Swarthmore College in 1952, and in 1955 obtained a J.D. from the University of Chicago School of Law. He served as Law Clerk to Justice Clark of the United States Supreme Court from 1955-56. Mr. Hamilton was admitted to the District of Columbia Bar in 1956. He left private practice in Washington. D.C., to join the Texas Law Faculty in 1964. Mr. Hamilton lectures in Contracts. Creditor's Rights and Business Associations. 29 WARNER HANCOCK Legal Aid Attorney Mr. Hancock was in private practice from 1949 until 1950. He was Assistant Secretary of the State Bar of Texas from 1950 to 1951. He was an Instructor in Low at the University of Texas from 1952 to 1955. He is presently serving in the capacity of Assistant Director of the Lego Aid Clinic. Born in 1923. Mr. Hancock received his B.B.A. degree from Baylor University in 1943, and his LL.B. from the University of Texas in 1948. HELEN HARGRAVE Associate Professor of Lav Miss Hargrave received her LL.B. and was admitted to the practice in 1936. In 1930. she become Assistant Law Librarian at the University of Texas. She is a past-President of the American Association of Law Librarians and is a member of the State Bar of Texas. Miss Hargrave lectures in Local Bibliography. Having served as Law Librarian since 1940. Miss Hargrave is retiring this year. GUS M. HODGES Professor of Law Mr. Hodges received his LL.B. from the Law School in 1932. He had previously received his B.B.A. in 1930. He was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 1932, and practiced law in Dallas until 1940. In 1940, he returned to Austin to teach at the Law School. Since that time he has ectured in Judicial Remedies, "'rial Procedure and Pleading and Appellate Procedure. He is the author of the standard work. Special Issue Submission in Texas, which earned him the recognition of being the foremost authority on Special Issues in Texas. Mr. Hodges has also served as a Commissioner on Uniform State Law. He is also co-author of the casebook. Texas Trial and Appellato Procedure, with Messrs. Guser- Jones and Frank Elliott. 30WILLIAM ORR HUIE . . . facility Professor of Law Mr, Huie holds a B.A. degree from Hendorson State Teachers College (1932). an LL.B. from the University of Texas (I935).and an S.J.D. from Harvard University (1953). Mr. Huie was admitted to practice in Texas in 1935. He joined tho Law Faculty in 1936, as an Assistant Professor, becoming Professor of Law in 1946. In the period between 1936 and 1946, Mr. Huie served variously as Associate Profossor of Law at Texas. Research Feilow at Harvard University and Senior Attorney for the Office of Price Administration. Mr. Huie also served as Assistant Dean of the Law School from 1946 to 1948. His numerous works include Cases on Oil and Gas (co-authored with Messrs. Woodward and Walker). Texas Cases on Marital Rights. Cases on Texas Land Limitations, Texas Public Lands and Texas Supplement on Administration of Estates. Mr. Huie teaches Oil and Gas. Morital Rights. Texas Land Titles and Trusts. STANLEY M. JOHANSON Associate Professor of Law Mr. Johanson received his B.S. at Yale University in 1955. He took his LL.B. from the University of Washington in 1953, and was then admitted to the Washington Bar. Mr. Johanson served as a Teaching Fellow at Harvard University from 1961 to 1963, and received his LL.M. from Harvard in 1963. He joined the University of Texas Law Faculty in 1963 os an Associate Professor. Mr. Johanson toaches Property, Wi Is-and Estates and Government Contract Law. He is a member of the American Bar Association and the Federal and Washington Bars. CORWIN W. JOHNSON Professor of Law Mr. Jonnson received his A.B. from the University of Iowa in 1939. ar.d his J.D. from Iowa in 1941. In 1942, Mr. Johnson became a Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He joined the Faculty of the University of Iowa in 1946. as an Instructor in Law. In both 1941 and 1947. he was a Sterling Fellow at Yale University School of Law. Mr. Johnson came to the Texas Faculty in 1947, and has been a Professor of Law since 1954. Mr. Johnson is the co-author of Cases and Materials on Property, written in collaboration with Messrs. Cribbett and Fritz. Mr. Johnson's courses are Property. Water Law, Texas Land Titles and Land Use Planning. . . . faculty 31ALBERT P. JONES Professor of Law Mr. Jones received his 3.A.. M.A. and LL.B. from the University of Texas with highest honors. He engaged in civil practice in Houston from 1930 to 1962, and is post-President of the Houston and Texas Bar Associations, and a member of the Supreme Court of Texas Advisory Committee on Rules of Civil Procedure. He is also a member of the American Bar Association. He is co author of Texas Trial and Appellate Procedure with Messrs. Frank Elliott and Gus Hodges. Mr. Jones lectures in Procedure III. Procedure II. Federal Courts and Legal Profession. W. PAGE KEETON Dean and Professor of Law Dean Keeton received his A.B. and LL.B. degrees from the University of Texas in 1931. and his S.J.D. from Harvard University in 1936. He has served as Assistant Professor of Law. 1932-1935; Associate Professor of Low. 1936-1939: and Assistant Dean, 1940-1942, at the University of Texas School of Law. Dean Keeton served as Chief Counsel. Petroleum Branch. Division Counsel. Fuel Division, and Price Executive of the Petroleum Branch of the O.P-A. from 1942-1945. Thereafter he was Dean of the University of Oklahoma Law School from 1946 to 1949. He has beer Dean at Texas since 1949. Dean Keeton locturos Torts. He has published nurrorous articles in many law reviews; is co-editor of the Scavcy. Keeton and Keeton Cases on Torts casebook and edited Cases on Fraud and Mistake. GAYNOR KENDALL Visiting Professor of Law Mr. Kendall received his LL.B. degree from the Uni-versify of Texas in 1932. Soon after admission to the State Bar of Texas, he served as Assistant Attorney General of the State of Texas. He has been in private practice in Austin, since 1935. Mr. Kendall lectures in Brief Writing and Appellate Advocacy, and in addition to his teaching duties, he also serves as Director of the Moot Court Program of the Law School. 32LEON LEBOWITZ Professor of Lav Mr. Lebowitz received his A.B. from Baylor University in 1940. his LL.B. in 1943 (Baylor), ana' his LL.M. from New York University in 1952. From 1946 to 1948, he was an Assistant Professor and Law Librarian at Baylor University Law School. Mr. Lebowitz joinec The University of Texas Law Faculty in 1955 as a Visiting Professor of Law and rose to Professor of Law in 1957. He teaches Introduction to Legal Processes. Business Associations. Partnership. Fiduciary Administration and Seminar on Law and Ethics. . faculty PIERRE R. LOISEAUX Professor of Law Mr. Loiseaux took his LL.B. at Boston University in 1950. and in 1951. he received his LL.M. at the New York University School of Law. While at New York University, he was a leachinq Fellow. Before coming to the University of Texas, Mr. Loiseaux was an Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Arkansas, and an Associate Professor of Law at Emory University. He joined our faculty in 1957, and since then, he has lectured on Creditors Rights. Labor Law, Fraud and Mistake, and Contracts. Mr. Loiseaux is a member of the American Arbitration Association Panel of Arbitrators, and the Labor Law Group Trust. He will return to our campus in September of 1965. after a year's leave of absence in Copenhagen. 33ROBERT E. MATHEWS Visiting Professor of Law Mr. Mathows received his A.B. at Vale in 1915, and a J.D. from the University of Chicago in 1920. After two years of practice in Chicago, he began his teaching career in Montana. and in 1924, joined the faculty at Ohio Stafe. In 1952, he was President of the Association of American Law Schools, and in 1961-62 conducted a seminar for Indian law teachers in New Delhi. He has published casebooks in partnership and agency-partnership and was Chairman for twelve years of the Labor Law Group that has now published four casebooks. His articles, chiefly in the field o ' ethical responsibility of the bar. have appeared in several periodicals. In 1964 he became Professor Emeritus at Ohio State and this year has taught courses in Legal Profession and Labor Law as Visiting Professor here at the University of Texas. KEITH E. MORRISON Professor of Law Mr. Morrison attended the University of Kansas and received his B.A. in 1931. He received his M.S. from the University of Wyoming in 1939. From 1939 to 1941, Mr. Morrison was an Economist for the Agricultural Extension Service of the University of Wyoming. He completed his law work in 1948 at Yale University School of Law and then came to the University of Texas as an Associate Professor of Low. He has been Professor of Law since 1951. Mr. Morrison lectures in Constitutional Law. Fcdoral Taxation and Estate and Gift Taxation. Visiting Professor of Law Mr. Moorhead received his A.B. degree 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 to 1945. Mr. Moorhead was on the faculty of the Law School in 1943 and 1944. and again in 1946 and 1947. He has been or the Faculty of the Colege of Business Administration. Mr. Moorhead lectures courses in Contracts and conducts a seminar in Fiduciary Administration. R. DEAN MOORHEAD 34WOODROW W. PATTERSON Director of The Legal Aid Clinic Mr. Patterson received his LL.B. from the University of Texas in 1936. Since 1942, he 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. From 1937 until 1941, he was Assistant District Attorney for Travis County. Mr. Patterson also teaches Office Practice. PAUL F. ROTHSTEIN Assistant Professor of Lav Mr. Rothstein received his B.S.L. from Northwestern in 1959. and his LL.B. also from Northwestern, in 1961. He studied at Oxford University, England from 1961 to 1963. as a Fulbright Scholar. He was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 1961. Prior to coming to Texas, he taught at the University of Michigan and the University of Florida. Mr. Rothstein is the author of The Attack on Market Security in the United Kingdom and the United States. Mr. Rothstein came to the University of Texas in 1964, and is currently lecturing in Criminal Law, Evidence and Conflicts. MILLARD H. RUUD Professor of Lav Mr. Ruud received his B.S.L. and LL.B. degrees from the University of Minnesota, in 1942 and 1947, respectively. He came to the University of Texa6 in 1948, as an Associate Professor of Law, after having served in that capacity at the University of Kansas in 1947 and 1948. He was made a Professor of Law in 1950. Mr. Ruud served as Assistant Executive Director of the Texas Legislative Council from 1950 to 1952. He is General Editor and co-author of the Texas Study of the Uniform Commercial Code. Mr. Ruud teaches Legislation. Commercial Law, and Local Government. . . . faculty 35ERNEST E. SMITH, III Assistant Professor of Law Mr. Smith took his B.A. degree at Southern Methodist University in 1958, and his LL.B. from Harvard University in 1962. During 1962 and 1963, Mr. Smith served as clerk to Judge Wisdom of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans. He joined the Texas faculty in the Fall of 1963. Mr. Smith lectures in Property, Agency, Trusts and Marital Rights. ALLEN E. SMITH Assistant Professor of Law Mr. Smith received his B.A. from the University of Texas in I960, and his LL.B. from Texas Law School in 1961. He was admitted to the Texas Bar in 1961. Prior to his return to Texas as an Assistant Professor of Law in 1964, Mr. Smith served as a low clerk for Judge Hutcheson of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals, 5th Circuit. He was also in private practice in Beaumont with Orgain, Bell and Tucker from 1962 to 1964. Mr. Smith is currently teaching Contracts. Constitutional Law and the Judicial Administration Seminar. HUBERT WINSTON SMITH, M.D. Professor of Law and Director of the Law-Science Institute Dr. Smith received his A.B. and M.B.A. degrees from the University of Texas, and his LL.B. and M.D. degrees from Harvard University. He also attended the University of Edinburgh Medical School from 1936 to 1938. He was an Associate in Medical-Legal Research at Harvard Law School from 1941 to 1945. Dr. Smith was Officer-in-Charge of the Legal-Medicine Branch of the United States Navy in 1945, leaving in 1946 to become Professor of Legal Medicine at the University of Illinois. In 1949. he joined the Tulane Faculty as Professor of Legal Medicine and University Research Professor of Law and Medicine. Dr. Smith has written numerous articles for many journals. He lectures in Legal Medicine and Evidence. Dr. Smith, in addition to his other duties, is also Chancellor of tho Law-Science Academy. .. . f aculty 36JOHN F. SUTTON Professor of Law Mr. Sutton was in private practice in San Antonio, from 1941-1957. He received his LL.B. [with honors) from the University of Texas in 1941. From 1941-1945, Mr. Sutton was with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Washington, D.C. He is a member of the International Association of Insurance Counsel, and the Legal Committee of the Interstate Oil Compact-Committee. Mr. Sutton is presently rewriting the Canon of Ethics as Reporter for the Special Committee on Evaluation, of Ethical Standards of the American Bar Association. He came to the University to teach in 1957, and lectures in Torts, Legal Profession, Oil and Gas. and Evidence. R. DALE SWIHART Visiting Associate Professor of Law Mr. Swihart received his A.B. degree from DePauw University in 1953, and his J.D. from Indiana University in 1957. He was admitted to the Indiana Bar in 1957. Mr. Swihart was a Teaching Associate at Indiana in 1957 and 1958. In 1958 he was named Assistant Professor, which position he held until 1963. when ho became Associate Professor. Mr. Swihart came to Texas in 1964, as Visiting Associate Professor of Law. He is currently teaching Federal Tax. Business Associations I, Tax Seminar, and Taxation of Business Associations. E. WAYNE THODE Professor of Law Mr. Thode received his B.S. degree from the University of Illinois in 1943, his LL.B. from the University of Texas in 1950, and his S.J.D. in 1964. from Harvard. He was Briefing Attorney for the Supreme Court of Texas from 1950 until 1951, and was Assistant Attorney General of Texas in 1951 and 1952. Ending three years of private practice in 1955, Mr. Thode joined the Law Faculty as an Associate Professor. becoming a Professor of Law in 1959. Mr. Thode lectures in Procedure II, Torts, and Injuries to Relations. 37J. 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 oxas in 1949. He was an accountant after he graduated from South Carolina until 1937. when he became an Agent for the Internal Revenue Service. He served in the Navy from 1942 to 1945, being honorably discharged as a Lt. Commander. He first joined the Law Faculty in 1950. as an Assistant Professor of Law. He then left the Law School for private practice in Midland, returning in 1957 as a Professor of Law. Mr. Wilkinson is a member of the Permanent Tax Council, and has lectured several times at the Annual Tax Conference sponsored by the University of Texas School of Law. Mr. Wilkinson lectures in Federal Estate and Gift Taxation. Oil and Gas Tax Law, Federal Income Tax Law. Tax Seminar and Legal Accounting. Mr. Wilkinson is a 1965 Pere-grinus dedicatee. JERRE S. WILLIAMS Professor of Law Mr. Williams received his A.B. from the University of Denver in 1938. and his LL.B. from Columbia University in 1941. From 1941-1942, he served as an Instructor of Law and Faculty Editor of the Iowa Law Review at the University of Iowa. Mr. Williams had a four year tour of duty with the Army Air Corps from 1942-1946. He came to the University of Texas in 1946. as an Associate Professor of Law. In 1950. Mr. Williams was named Professor of Law. He has also served in the capacities of Attorney for the Office of Price Administration and Associate Director of the Study of Loyalty-Security Programs of the City of New York Bar Association. Mr. Williams has published Cases and Materials in Employees' Rights. Labor Relations and the Law (Assoc. Ed), The Supreme Court Speaks, The Employment Relation and the Law (Assoc. Ed.) and numerous law review articles. Mr. Williams teaches Constitutional Law, Labor Relations, Employees' Rights and Legal Profession. JOSEPH P. WITHERSPOON Professor of Law Mr. Witherspoon received his A.B. degree from the University of Chicago in 1936. and his LL.B. in 1948, from the University of Texas. The degree of S.J.D. was conferred upon Mr. Witherspoon by Harvard University in 1961. He joined the Texas Law Faculty in 1948 as Assistant Professor, becoming Professor of Law in 1955. Mr. Witherspoon was Consultant to the United Statos Commission on Civil Rights in 1964. He is the author of Cases and Materials in Antitrust Law. Mr. Witherspoon lectures on Administrative Law. Antitrust Law. Constitutional Law. Jurisprudence and Legal Process. 38MARION K. WOODWARD Professor of Law Mr. Woodward received his B.A. degree from the University of Texas in 1933, and his M.A. from West Texas State College in 1940. He returned to the University for his LL.B. and received it in 1943. After the Second World War. he was in private practice in Amarillo, until he joined the Law Faculty at Texas in 1946. He was made a Professor of Law in 1950. Later in 1950. he was honored as a Sterling Fellow at Yale University. Mr. Woodward has also served in the capacities of acting Doan, Assistant Dean and Associate Dean of the University of Texas School of Law. His courses are Mortgages. Texas Land Titles, Fiduciary Administration and Oil and Gas. Mr. Woodward is co-editor of the Oil and Gas casebook. CHARLES A. WRIGHT Professor of Lew Mr. Wright received his A.B. degree from Wesleyan University in 1947, and his LL.B. from Yale University in 1949. In 1950, he was an Assistant Professor at Minnesota University, becoming an Associate Professor in 1953. He joined the Texas Faculty in 1955 Mr. Wright is a member of the United States Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Civil Procedure. He is the author of Wright's Minnosota Rules, Cases on Remedies and several books cn Federal Procedure. Mr. Wright teaches Federal Procedure. Labor Relations. Constitutional Law and Remedies. While on leave of absence this year. Mr. Wright is teaching Evidence and Procedure at Harvard University. HARRY K. WRIGHT Associate Professor of Law Mr. Wright received his B.S. degree from Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service, in 1949. He then attended the University of Texas School of Law and received his LL.B.. with honors, in 1952. Mr. Wright was Editor in Chief of the Texas Law Review. Beginning in 1952 as a Lieutenant in the Judge Advocate General s Corps of the United States Army. Mr. Wright was released from active duty in 1954. From then until 1962, Mr. Wright was in private practice in Houston and Mexico City. D.F. Mr. Wright teaches Agency. Civil Low, Conflict of Lows and a seminar in International Transactions. . . . faculty 39Main Office DOROTHY SMITH LOIS MILLER Administrative Assistant SYBIL LEE . . . administrative staffSecretaries LOIS GRANT Secretary to the Dean ALLA LONG Secretary to the Assistant Dean, Mr. Fullerton RITA PRINGLE Secretary to the Assistant Dean, Mr. Gibson MARGARET OGLESBY PlacementMARION HARRIS Assistant to Dr. Smith SHIRLEY GREEN Faculty Secretary ANNA SALDANA Faculty Secretary HORTENSE BERMAN Faculty Secretary 42CAROL RICE Legal Aid . . . administrative staff SARAH SHUPTRINE Faculty Secretary ANN HOLBROOK Mail Room 43Library BETTY DORNBER0ER Circulation MARIAN BONER Reference Librarian MILDRED MONK Secretary JOHN PETESCH Catalo9er . . . administrative staff 44Standing: PHIL KENDALL, CARL ROTH Seated: KEITH SUMMER Circulation Assistants BECKY PHELPS Clerk-typist GENE McCOY Serials Librarian PEGGY MURPHY Clerk-typist a ROBERT COGSWELL Periodicals 45The Law-Science Institute DR. HUBERT WINSTON SMITH, M.D. The Law Science Institute, under the direction of Dr. Hubert Winston Smith, seeks to co-ordinale legal thought with the physical, medical and social sciences. Dr. Smith, a graduate of Harvard Lav 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. The Legal Medicine Seminar illustrates problems in areas which have not been thoroughly developed. The Institute endeavors to show the correlation between law and medicine from the trial advocato's point of view. The Institute has done much to systematically expand the knowledge of the Proofs of Science and the Science of Proofs. 46The Southwest Center for Law and the Behavioral Sciences DR. JAY HALL Director DR. MARTHA WILLIAMS Coordinator The Southwest Center For Law and the Behavioral Sciences has been established at the University of Texas School of Law to provide training and consultation for persons concerned with preventing and treating juvenile delinquency. Support for their activities during the 1964-65 period is in the form of a $54,826 grant from the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. The grant was approved by the President's Committee or, Delinquency and Youth Crime. The Center will provide training for individuals who are concerned with the problems of juvenile delinquency in all of its forms. Juvenile courts, their judges, and their probation officers will be considered. Groups concerned with the treatment and prevention of juvenile delinquency will be offered consultation. Projects in the future include a survey of the juvenile court structure in a five-state region, and research in various aspects of social psychology. SUNNY LU FLO BARKER WEIERSHAUSEN 47 Secretaries48ClassesSenior Class Officers EDWARD SCOTT STEVE TERRY FRANK DERAMUS Vice President President Secretary-Treasurer PERMANENT CLASS OFFICERS: DAVID LARSON, Secretary MARC GROSSBERG, Agent STONEWALL VAN WIE, AgentADAM, WILLIAM K. Houston, Texas University of Texas Phi Dolto Phi Law Reviow Candidorc ALLISON. WILLIAM T. Ill Houston, Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Delta Moot Court, Fall ‘65 BARBER, JAMES C. Colorado City, Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Dolta Legal Rosoarch Board Moot Court (Hildobrand) Law Bachelors BARRY, DAVID H. Tyler. Texas Texas Christian University ALLISON, DICK M. Austin, Texas University of Texas Phi Delta Phi Cuiimostor Legal Aid BANACK, EMERSON JR. Odessa. Texas University of Texas Phi Dolta Phi Quiimaster Moot Court Law Review Candidate BARGER, JOHN W. Bryan. Texas BAYERN, ARTHUR H. Luling, Texas Colgate College Phi Alpha Dolto International Law Society 51BEAUDRY. G. WARD BEGGS. WILLIAM D. Ft. Worth. Texas Austin College BICKEL, STEPHEN D. Houston, 1 exas Dartmouth College Phi Alpha Delta Associate Editor. Texas Law Review BLACK. DONALD R. Colorado City, Texas Abilene Christian College Phi Delta Phi Hildcrbrard Moot Court BORGFELD, WALTER L. JR. Houston, Texas Lamar Tech Beaumont, Texas Lamar College BITTNER, FREDERIC A. Thrall, Texas University of Texas Phi Dolta Phi Texas Law Roviow. Associate Editor Chancellors Inns of Court Joseph C. Hutcheson Scholarship Quizmaster Baker. Eotfs. Shcpcrd Coats Mid-Law Achievement Award BLACK, JOHN W. Austin, Texas College of William Mary Moot Court BOONE, JACK B. Memphis. Texas University of Texas Honor Council Moot Court Phi Alpha Delta 52 seniorsBOWLIN, JAMES H. BOSWELL, H. BRYAN JR. Port NecKes, Texas Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas Yale University BRACKETT, ARTHUR W. Fort Worth, Texas Texas Christian University BRAY, WILLIAM T. Austin, Texas M.I.T. Chancellors Law Review Quixmaster Phi Delta Phi Sayre Foundation Reseorch Award BROTHERS, CHARLES A. Shamrock, Texas North Texas State University Phi Alpha Delta Law Bachelor's Club. President Inns of Court. Advisor Phi Alpha Delta Athletic Director Honor Council BRADY, JAMES A. Austin. Texas Texas A M Legal Research Boord Associate Director Moot Court Phi Delto Phi BRAZIEL, L. M. Emory. Texas Texas A M Phi Delta Phi BROWN, TIMOTHY L. Corpus Christi, Texas University of Texas Dolta Theta Phi 53BRYAN. JAMES P. BURCH. KENNETH W. Freeport. Texas University of Texas Sonlor Clou President 1965 Spring International Law Society Moot Court Honor Council Board of Governors Vico Prosidont, International Law Society BURNS, RUSSELL E. Leland, Illinois University of Texas Delta Theta Phi CADY, THOMAS C. Austin. Texas Rice University Phi Delta Phi Prosidont—International Law Society Secretary. Moot Court Board National Moot Court Team International Law Moot Court Toam, 1964 National Champions Law Roviow Candidate Ford Foundation Working Scholar Consul Award CALVIN. AUBREY B. Houston. Toxas Rice University Phi Dolla Phi Board of Governors Peregrinus Editor 1964 Hildebrand Moot Court Inns of Court CALDWELL, DAVID N. Dallas. Texas University of Texas CAMPBELL. JOHN AR Paducah, Texas Texas Tech Praotors—President Treasurer, S.B.A. Law Wives Award Law Day 1964 Inns of Court Law Day Bar-B-Q Committeo Consul Award Greenville. Texas University of Texas BURTON. FELIX J. JR. Henderson. Texas Texas A M 54CAMPBELL. THOMAS B. CANNAN, NEAL D. JR. Midland, Texas Rice University Phi Delta Phi Toxas Law Roviow— Administrative Editor Quizmaster S.B.A. Board of Governors Election Commission Honor Council Consul Award CASWELL. ROLLIE E. San Marcos. Texas University of Texas . . . seniors Nacogdoches, Texas Southern Methodist University CHILTON. DOUGLAS H. Austin. Texas University of Texas CHRISTIE, CARTER B. Houston, Texas Duke Univorsity Phi Alpha Delta Law Day. Co-Chairman COATS, DAVID S. Harlingen. Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Dolta Freshman Class President Board of Governors Law Assemblyman Master of tho Bench. Brandeis Inns of Court Co-Chairman Inns of Court Co-Chairman Assault and Flattery Moot Court Chief Justice. Univorsity of Tanas Student Court Consul Award CHUNN, EDWARD K. JR. Ho'uston, Texas University of Texas Dolta Thota Phi Moot Court Legal P.osoarch International Law Socioty Inns of Court Law Bacholors Club Low Day Commiffeo COHEN, RONALD Houston. Texas University of TexasCOLLIER, JAMES E. COOK, JOHN R. New Orleans, Louisiana Louisiana State University Praetors COPPLE. BRIAN W. Roswell. New Mexico University of Oklahoma Phi Alpha Delta Toxas low Review. Associate Editor Quizmaster COURTRIGHT, KENNETH P. Brownwood, Texas Abilene Christian College Phi Alpha Delta CRANZ, EDMUND P. Fort Worth, Texas Texas Christian University Dallas. Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Dolta Associate Director, logal Research COTTON, MICHEL B. Austin, Texas University of Texas Friars COWDEN, THOMAS B. Carlsbad. New Mexico Harvard University Phi Alpha Delta CREASEY, WILLIAM Dallas, Texas University of Texas Law Review Phi Delta Phi Clerk. 1965 Chancellors 56 . . . seniorsCROCKETT, CLYDE H. CROWELL, THOMAS N. Freeport. Texas University of Texas Phi Delta Phi International Law Society Law Review Candidate CUMMINGS. BERLIN M. Fort Worth, Texas Abilene Christian College DARWIN, NORMAN W. Tyler, Texas Texas Christian University Phi Alpha Della Notional Plirninalion Moot Court Competition Hildebrand Moot Court DAVIS, PAT W. Austin, Texas University of Texas Moot Court Inns or Court Phi Alpha Dolta Chairman, Low Day Awards Committoo San Antonio, Texas University of Texas Phi Delta Phi President. Holmes Inns of Court CUNNINGHAM, PAULY. Brownsville, Texas Texas A I College Delta Thota Phi Tribune Moot Court DAVIS, DON L Austin, Texas Abilene Christian College Moot Court Hildcbrond Competition Wrightsmon Four.dotion Scholarship DAY, JONATHAN S. Houston, Texas Princeton University Phi Delta Phi Moot Court 8oard Hildebrand Quartor finalist 57DENBOW. DONALD L. DERAMUS. FRANK M. Austin, Texas Navarro Jr. College DIAL. DAN J. Pampa. Texas Texas Tech Phi Alpha Dolta Moot Court International Law Socioty Innj of Court Student Advisor Eloction Commission Membor DORAN. HILARY B. JR. Del Rio. Texas Southwest Texas State Dolta Theta Phi Inns of Court. Advisor Dolto Thota Phi. Vice-Dean Legal Aid EASTERLING, JIMMY Corpus Christi. Texas University of Texas DRISCOLL. VICTOR A. Houston. Texas University of Texas FAIRMAN, JAMES P. Pasadena, Texas Lamar Tech 58 Louisville. Miss. Mississippi State University Delta Theta Phi Honor Council board of Governors Consul Award Logal Research Board Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class Editor. Student Bar Bulletin Inns of Court DICKINSON. WILSON G. Lovington. New Mexico University of Texas Phi Delta Phi Moot Court Intramurals seniorsFEIN, EDWARD K. FORRESTER, ROBERT D. San Antonio, Texas University of Texas Phi Dolta Phi FOSTER, PERRY T. Colvert, Texas University of Texas Phi Doha Phi Legal Research Board Amarillo, Texas University of Texas FREDEMAN, HENRY F. II Port Arthur, Texas University of Texas FUNK, JOHN Houston, Texas University of'Texas SARON, HERBERT, JR. Dallas, Texas Rico University GALLAGHER, MICHAEL Houston, Texas University of Houston Phi Alpha Delta Moot Court—Quartor-finalist Board of Governors Chairman Honor Council Vico President—Phi Alpho Dolta Inns of Court Consul Aword GIRAUD, CHARLES W. Houston, Texas Rice University Moot Court. Board of Student Maragors Phi Alpha Dolta Student Legal Rosoarch Board 59GOODWIN, MARION R. Houston, Texas University of Texas GRANBERRY, WILLIAM D. Beeville, Texas Texas A M Phi Delto PKi GREEN, WAYNE E. Ferris, Texas University of Missouri Phi Alpha Delta Editor. The Toxas Law Forum Board of Governor! Student Legal Research Board Inns of Court Consul Award GROSSBERG, MARC E. Houston, Texas University of Houston Chancellors Law Review—Articlo Editor. Managing Editor, Associate Editor Hildcbrond Finalist Moot Court. Board Phi Delta Phi Outstanding Mid Law Student Award Associate Justico Studont Court. 1963-64 Co-Chairman Assault S Flattery 1964 Consul Award Phi Kappa Phi GRAML, JOHN A. Houston, Texas Southern Methodist University Phi Alpha Delta. Marshal Law School Director of Intramurals GRAY. S. LYNN Baytown. Texas University of Texas Phi Delta Phi Law Review Candidate GRIFFIN, J. MARSHALL Atlanta. Texas Southern Methodist University Phi Alpha Delta GULLEY, DAVID W. Uvalde. Texas Trinity University Phi Delta Phi 60HASTON, CARROLL C. HENRY, MICHAEL A. Plainview, Texas Arizona State College Phi Delta Phi Texas Law Review Quixmastor HIRSCH, HENRY T. Arlington. Texas University of Texas Legal Research Board— Associate Director Phi Alpha Delta—Clork Inns of Court. Student Advisor, Co-Chairman HODGE, MICHAEL P. Baytown, Texas University of Texas HOGGETT, PIERCE A. Junction, Texos Southwest Texas State Phi Alpha Dolta • . . seniors Houston, Texos Washington Leo University Phi Alpha Delta International Law Society— Vice President HOBSON. DONALD J. Dallas, Texas Babson Institute Praetors Inns of Court Porogrinus Staff International Law Society HOEHNE, CHARLES W. Austin, Texas University of Texas HOLLAND, WILLIAM M. Conroe. Texos Southern Methodist University Inns of Court 61 rfr'HUGGINS, JOHN M. HUTTASH, ROBERT A. Ploinview. Texas University of Texas Phi Do'ta Pfrti law Roviow Qu'smattor JACOBE, RONALD H. Houston, Texas University of Texas Phi Delta Phi Jacksonville, Texas Baylor University JAMES, MICHAEL A. Houston, Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Dolta Inns of Court JARMAN, EUGENE O. JEFFERS. GARFIELD Dallas. Texas University of Texas JOHNSON, CHARLES E. Lake Jackson, Texas University of Texas Wenatchee. Washington University of Washington Phi Alpha Dolta Low Bacholors JOHNSON, CARL T. El Paso, Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Dolta Inns of Court logal Aid—Advisor Election Commission 62JOHNSON. JAMES M. Kerrvillo. Toxas Texas A M JONES, PAUL B. Las Cruces, New Mexico New Moxico Stato University Delta Theta Phi Studont Legal Research Board JOHNSTON, MURRAY L. JR. New Orleans. Louisiana Austin College JONES, KNOX McAllen, Texas University of Texas JOYCE. KENNETH Manlius, New York Texas A M Inns of Court KEESHAN, JAMES H. Pasadena, Texas Sam Houston Stato Delta Theta Phi Inns of Court KAZEN, BARBARA A. Laredo. Texas University of Texas Freshmon See.-Trees. Sec.-Trees. Brardeis Inn Co-Chairman Ticlot Committee. Law Day Co-Editor S.B.A. Bulletin— Reporter Law Forum Mid Law Soc.-Treas. Associate Editor Poregrinus 1964 Portia Attendant Editor S.B.A. Bullotin KIBBIE. KENT D. Fort Worth, Texas University of Toxas Phi Delta Phi Exchequer 1965 . . . seniors 63KINCAID. EUGENE Uvalde. Texas Baylor University Ions of Court Moot Court KIRK, WILLIAM T.JR. Dallas. Texas North Texas State University Phi Delta Phi Moot Court Logoi Research Board— Associate Director Mid-Law Scholastic Achievement Award for the Most Improved Grade Average Inns of Court KUNE. RONALD C. Houston. Texas Rico University Phi Dolta Phi Hildebrand Moot Court Finalist 1964 Stato Bar Assn. Moot Court Altornate. National Toam, 1964 Moot Court Board of Studont Managers. Choirman Consul Award KRAMER, RICHARD P. Lufkin, Texas University of Texas KIRBY. DALE REX Tyler, Texas University of Texas Student Assistant to tho Dean Phi Alpha Do’ta—Scholarship Staff Law Library Inns of Court KIRKPATRICK. EDWIN L. II Austin, Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Delta KNAPP, WILLIAM A. Arlington, Texas Arlington State College Phi Alpha Delta Legal Aid Legal Aid Advisor-at-Largo KRUEGER. JIMMY W. Olney. Texas Texas Christian University 64 seniorsKUSIN. SHERMAN A. LARSON, DAVID L. Texarkana, Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Delta Officer Inns of Court Advisor 914 Copying Servico Director LEVERING, GARY Oceanside, New York Northwestern University Phi Dolta Phi—Exchequer. Magister Consul Award LIPSHY, BRUCE A. Dallas, Texas University of Texas Phi Delta Phi Moot Court—Spring Finals Inns of Court LOVING, KELLY W. Dallas, Texas Arlington State Doha Thota Phi Marfa, Texas Sul Ross State Phi Alpha Delta Consul Board of Governors A.L.S.A. Representative National Committee for Professional Responsibility Mid Law Vice President Quarter-finalist Hildebrand Moot Court Best Briof—Hildobrand Moot Court 1963 (Torts) President—Student Bar Association Consul Award LEVERING, JO ANN D. Houston, Texas Duke University Secretary Inns of Court Perogrinus Staff 1962-64 Portia Nominee Kappa Beta Pi LOMAN, PAUL D. Tyler. Texas Oklahoma University Phi Alpha Delta McCarter, louis e. Tonkawa, Oklahoma University of Oklahoma Phi Dolta Phi Moot Court University of Texas Discipline Committeo 65McDonald, WILLIAM, JR. Bryan, Texas Randolph-Macon Men's College Delta Thota Phi McNUTT, JAMES T. El Paso, Texas Texas Western University McGOWAN, PATRICK Austin, lexas Rice University Phi Delta Phi Associate Editor, Toxat Law Roview Quizmaster Inn of Court MANNING. BRYANT L. Houston. Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Dolta . . . seniors MARGRAVES, ROSS D. JR. Houston, Texas Texas A M Phi Alpha Dolta Legal Research Board Athlotic Director of Baseball— Phi Alpho Dolta. Officor. Associate Director Legal Research Board 1965 MARTIN. REED Houston. Texas Rice University Law Review. Legislation Reviews Editors Mcot Court Board Spring Hildebrand Semi-Finalist Stoto Bar Competition Peregrinus Staff Consul Award MARSHALL. JOHN T. Maxwoll. Texas Texas A M Phi Dolta Phi Associate Editor Texas Law Review Quizmaster MARTIN, ROBERT S. Houston, Texas University of Texas Phi Delta Phi Associate Edito Texa Law Review Inns of Court 66MAYO, TED DEWITT Fort Worth. Texas Southern Methodist University Inns of Court Moot Court MERRILL, ROY L. Midland. Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Dolta Legal Roscarch Moot Court MAYS, RICHARD D. Austin, Texas University of Texas MILLER, DAN B. Oberlin. Kansas University of Kansas Chancellors Associate Editor of Texas Law Review Outstanding First Yoar Student Award Phi Delta Phi Quixmastor MILLER, JAMES D. Dallas, Texas Southern Methodist University MIXSON, GUY S. Waco, Texas Baylor University Phi Dolta Phi Moot Court Board Hildebrand Quarter Finalist MINTER, ALAN H. San Antonio, Texas University of Texas Legal Aid—Advisor Dr. Ranson's Advisory Committee Toxas Today Tomorrow Steering Committee Phi Alpha Delta MOORE. RICHARD A. Corpus Christi, Texas University of Texas Phi Dnltn Phi Quizmaster Studont Court Rndditt Scholar Chancellors Law Roview, Associate Editor. Cesenoto Editor 67MORROW, CECIL R. JR. Austin, Texas Southwest Missouri State Phi Delta Phi Inns of Court MOSS CHARLES E. Amarillo. Texas West Texas State Low Bachelors Inns of Court Praetors NAPIER, JACK R. II Angleton, Texas University of Texas NELSON. J. THOMAS Jasper, Texas University of Texas . . . seniors MOSES, RAY E. Houston. Texas University of Texas Phi Dclto Phi MURCHISON, JOHN L. JR. Waco. Texas University of Texas Phi Delta Phi Toms Low Roviow, Comment Editor Choncollors. Clork NELSON, CHARLES INMAN Austin, Texas Abilene Christian College Phi Alpha Dolto Moot Court Inns of Court Advisor NELSON, HAROLD L. Paris. Texas University of Texas 68NEVINS, NORMAN L Austin, Texas Michigan State University Phi Dolta Phi NIXON, CHARLES R. Alice, Texas University of Texos ORMAND, JARRELL B. Odessa, Texas University of Texas Phi Dolta Phi Moot Court PARKS, HUBBARD S. Kerrville, Texas University of Texas Phi Dolta Phi Moot Court International law Socioly Inns of Court NEWTON, JON P. Beeville, Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Delta Moot Court O'NEILL, BRIAN E. Austin, Texas U.S. Naval Academy Cascnoto Editor, Toxas Law Roviow Chancellors PARKER. WILLIAM W Austin, Texas University of Texas Delta Theta Ph'r International Law Society PATTON. JOHN J. Tyler, Texas University of Texas Phi Delta Phi Quirrrojfer Law Roviow 69PERKINS. SCHERRY A. PHILLIPS, JOHN R. Mount Pleasant, Texas East Texas State Chancellors Associate Editor. Texas Law Review Kappa Bofa Pi. tega! Sorority Quizmaster PITTENGER, WILLIAM B. San Antonio. Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Delta Legal Rosoarch Board PONSFORD, TERRENCE V. El Paso, Texas University of Denver Phi Dclto Phi Quizmaster Wharton Weems Scholarship TLR Candidate PORTER, ALEXANDER W. Austin. Texas Huston-Tillotson College Chairman—Bar Association Blood Fund Student Director Civil Liberties Research Cojncil Consul Award POWER. FRANK III Houston. Texas Rice University BOWERS. JOHN P. IV Beaumont. Texas Lamar Tech 70 Farmington. New Mexico University of New Mexico Phi Alpha Delta PLUNKETT. ALLEN Quanah. Texas University of Texas Phi Della Phi Hildebrand Moot Court PRIDDY, LAURANCE L PULLMAN, SAUL A. Fort Worth, Texas Arlington State College Phi Alpha Delta PUTMAN, FRANK M Houston, Texas University of Texas Phi Dolta Phi Eastland, Texas Texas Christian University Phi Alpha Delta Student Advisor Legal Aid Clinic QUILLIN. RONALD W. Fort Worth. Texas Texas Wesleyan College Delta Theta Ph‘—Enchoquor Inns of Court Moot Court RAMEY. RONALD L. Houston, Texas University of Texas Dolta Thota Phi Moot Court Law Bacholors Club REYNOLDS, NORMAN T. Houston, Texas Rice University Phi Delta Phi Rush Chairman Quixmastor Law Day Dance Committee Chairman Moot Court RAMSEY, GEORGE E. Ill Austin. Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Dolto Intramurals 'nns of Court RIEPEN, CHARLES F. JR. Harlingen, Texas University of Texas Delta Theta Phi Mastor of Ritual. Houso Manager 71ROANE, G. GRANT ROBERTS, ALBERT Richmont. Texas University of Texas ROBERTS, JOEL V. Waco, Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Della ROSS, JAMES U. Austin, Texas University of Texas RUTHERFORD, ALVORD B. San Antonio, Texas Williams College 72 Hobbs. New Mexico Texas Tech Praotori ROBERTS, THOMAS F. JR. Killeen. Texas University of Texas RUDISILL, CLIFFORD H. Houston, Texas Rice University SAPP, JOHN G. Liberty, Texas Texas Tech Phi Alpha Della International Law SocietySCHAFFER, JOHN F. El Paso, Texas Texas A M Phi Alpha Delta Legal Aid SCHUETZEBERG, JEROME H. Lockhart, Texas Texas Tech Phi Alpha Delta Honor Tribunal SEABERG, ROY A. JR. Dayton, Texas Rice Universiiy Phi Dolta Phi SHENK, RANDALL R. Houston, Texas University of Texas Delta Theta Phi SCHOENBRUN, LARRY L. Tyler, Texas University of Texas Ph! Delta Phi Texas Law Rcviow, Articlo Editor Chancellor Law Day Co-Chairman I9M Quizmaster Friars Consul SCOn, EDWARD R. Amarillo, Texas West Texas University Phi Alpha Dolta Law Bachelors Inns of Court Board of Govornors Vico President, Senior Class Working Scholarship SHARPE. JAMES S, Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Delta Moot Court Honor Council Spring Hildebrand SHEPPARD, RODNEY J. Big Springs, Texas University of Texas 73SIMMER, L. KEITH JR. SKANTZ, DONALD W. Houston. Texas Swarthmore College Hildebrand Moot Court 'International Law Society SMITH, DONALD R. Bollaire, Texas Sam Houston State Delta Thoto Phi President, law Bachelor's Club Law School Film Forum Election Commission SMITH, TOMMY J. Austin. Texas University of Texas SPILLER, WILLIAM G. Houston. Texas University of Texas SPECHT, UDO H. Pampa. Texas Texas Tech Phi Alpha Delta Inns of Court Law Day Committoe Film Forum Co-ordinator Election Commission Chairma Book Exchange SPITZER, WALTER K. Austin. Texas Florida State Fort Worth. Texas La Sierra College SMITH, ROBERT V. La Grange. Texas University of Texas Dolta Theta Phi Election Commission Chairman 74SPIVEY, REX J. Austin, Texas University of Texas Phi Alpho Dolta, Treasurer Moot Court Inns of Court. Advisor Law Day. Treasurer STARCKE, JOHN L. Seguin, Texas University of Texas STAPLES, GEORGE A. JR. Edna, Texas North Texas State University Praetors Studont Research Board, Most Valuablo Writer Award Vico Urbanus, Praotors Diroctor. Student Rcscorch 8oard Consul Award STEVES, FRED B. Houston, Texas University of Texas Delta Theta Phi Legal Research Beard Lew Bachelor's Trcas. STILES, DAVID M. JR. Lubbock, Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Delta Moot Court Legal Research Board Honor Council Law Day Co-Chairman Consul Award SUTTLE, STEPHEN H. Uvalde. Texas Washington Lee University SUSMAN, STEPHEN D. Houston, Texas Yale University Outstanding First Year Student Grand Chancellor Editor-in-Chiof—Law Review Phi Delta Phi Moot Court Board of Manegors Quizmaster Consul Friars SWEENEY. FRANK B. Dallas. Texas Oklahoma University . . . seniors 75SWITZER, BOBBY C. Monahans. Texas Texas Tech Delta Theta Phi Legal Aid TATEM, STEVE B.JR. Houston. Texas College of William Mary Moot Court Logal Research Board THOMPSON, JOHN R. JR. Fort Worth, Texas University of Oklahoma THAU, WILLIAM A. St. Louis, Missouri Georgia Tech Phi Delta Phi Toxas Law Review TANNLER, MICHAEL J. Clark Summit, Pennsylvania Alfred University TATUM, C. ALBERT III Dallas. Texas Duke University Law Review Candidate TERRY, STEPHEN A. Dallas, Texas Southern Methodist University Phi Alpha Dolta Prosidont 1964 Texas Law Reviow, Associate Editor Prosidont Senior Class 1964 Quizmaster Advisor. Inn ot Court Board of Governors Consul Award TORRES. CARLOS A. Austin, Texas University of New Mexico 76 • • seniorsTURNER. KEITH B. San Augustine, Texas University of Texas Praotors. Urbonus S.B.A.—Loctor Committee VOGT, CARLW. Houston, Texas Williams College WALLIS. OLNEY G. Llano, Texas University of Texas Phi Delia Phi Hildebrand Moot Court Director Student Legal Research Board Law Forum International Law Society Moot Court Board Inns of Court Consul Award WESTBROOK, JIM W. Abilene, Texas University of Texas Inns of Court Moot Court Honor Council Representative Legal Aid Phi Alpha Delta VAN WIE, STONEWALL, III San Antonio. Texas University of Texas Praetors. President Sec. Quirmastor Law Review Candidate Legal Research Board Eloction Commission Director of Publicity for S.B.A. Consul Award WAKEFIELD, STEPHEN A. Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas Phi Delta Phi Associate Editor, Texas Law Review Quizmaster Chancellor WESTERGREN, SAM A. JR. Corpus Christi, Texas University of Texas Moot Court Law Bachelors WHITE, JOEM. Western Springs, Illinois Northwestern UniversityHARTMAN. MERRILL L. Dallas. Texas Southern Methodist University Phi Alpha Delta Peregrines Staff Toxas Law Forum Staff WHITWORTH. DAIN P. Austin. Texas University of Texas Phi Alpha Delta Placement Committee BooL Exchange Ring Commitfeo Coniul Award FLATOW, MARC S. Houston. Texas University of Toxas Delta Thole Phi Moot Court Compelition Law Bachelors Club Office Practice HARRIS. F. ALLEN Dallas. Texas Princeton University Phi Dolta Phi Co-Chairrran. Visiting Fellows Committee Secrotary. Civil Liberties Research Council International Law Socety Hildebrand Moot Court WILSON. DONALD E. Denver, Colorado Colorado School of Mines Phi Delto Phi WILSON. WILLIAM G. Wichita Falls. Texas University of Texas WILLIAMS, JAMES Lubbock. Texas Texas Tech Associate Editor. Texas Law Review YOUNGDALE, PAUL J. JR. Fort Worth. Texas Texas Christian University WINSTEAD. PETE Dallas. Texas Stanford University Associate Editor. Toxas Law Review 78Mid Law Officers BURRELL D. JOHNSTON Vice President JOYCECOX Secretory-Treasurer H. PHARRIS BROWN, JR. PresidentAbernathy, Louis C. Houston, Texas University of Texas Affeldt, David A. Cedar Rapids, Iowa University of Iowa Alexander, Robert E. Ill Dallas. Texas Tulane University Amis, John Michael Dallas, Texas Southern Methodist University Andrews, Garland P. Col'ege Station, Texas Texas A M Angly, Surrcndcn Houston, Texas University of Texas Archer, Joseph F. San Antonio. Texas University of Texas Atwill, James H. Pasadena. California University of Texas Barbee, Linton E. Brownfield, Texas North Texas State University Barbisch, Joseph W. Houston. Texas University of Texas Barr, William A. Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas Beene, Roy B. Ivanhoe, Texas University of Texas 80 At a Mid law. the tftdenf't tinglceett of purpote end devotion to coutc have rradc themtelvet apperentlllBeezley, Jack L. Dallas, Texas Arlington State College Beebe, Roger L. Houston, Texas Harvard University Bela, Rick El Paso, Texas Texas Western College Bcrcu, Stoven L. Dallas, Texas University of Texas Bernstein, Richard Dallas, Texas Trinity College Bertrand, James R. Houston, Texas Stanford University Billings, Frank E. Nixon, Texas University of Texas Bleil, Charles M. Houston, Texas Texas Tech Bleveans, John A. Danville, Illinois St. Mary's University Boardman, Ernest S. Jr. Austin, Texas University of Texas Boettcher, Armin S. East Bonard, Texas University of Texas Boneau, Melvin J. Port Arthur, Texas Lamar Tech . . . mid law i 81Boorman, James A. Ill Houston, Texas University of Texas Boose, Clyde S. Sweetwater. Texas University of Texas Brainard, Daniel R. Dallas, Texas University of Texas Brants, Harry M. Fort Worth, Texas Yale University Broeschc, Travis C. Houston, Texas Dulce University Brookshire, Jim B. Taylor, Texas Texas Tech . . . mid law Brown, Gerarl M. San Antonio. Texas Texas A M Brown, H. Pharis Jr. Snyder, Texas Texas Tech Brown, Owen Stuart Lake Providence, Louisiana University of Texas Browning, Harrell 2. Austin. Texas Texas A I Broyles, Paul James Dill City, Texas University of Texas Bruen, James A. Washington, D.C. Duke University 82Bunkley, Thomas A. Jr. Stanford. Texas University of Texas Burgess, Tim L. Nacogdoches. Texas University of Texas Busby, Donald L. Quitman, Texas North Texas State University Butler, Duncan T. Houston, Texas University of Texas Buttorfield, Henry W. Jr. Lubbock. Texas Southern Methodist University Cabaniss, John T. Rockport. Texas Rice University By his second year the student will have overcomo any basic antipathy he mey hove held for women . . . Carr, Kenneth R. Houston. Texas Rice University Casey, Michael H. San Antonio, Texas University of Texas Cavness, Pat E. Cherokee. Texas University of Texas Chandler, Fred C., Jr. Levelland, Texas Southwestern University Chilcote, Ted C. Tyler. Texas Virginia Military Institute Clemonts, Duejean Fort Worth. Texas Arlington State College 83Click, Grady H., Jr. Dike. Texas East Texas State College Clyborne, William L. Jr. San Antonio, Toxas Austin College Coan, Richard D. Stephenville. Toxas University of Texas Coleman, Tom F. Pasadena, Texas University of Texas Colon, Gerald R. Toledo. Ohio Ohio State Compere, John M. Abilene, Texas Texas Tech Coomor, Jesso H. Fort Worth, Texas Texas Christian University Cope, John R. San Angelo, Texas University of Texas Cox, Joyce S. Dallas, Texas University of Texas Crosnoe, Ralph C. Texarkana. Texas Oklahoma State Universfty Cummings, James A. Dallas. Texas University of Texas Curry, Charles N. Waxahachie, Texas University of Texas 84. . . mid law Curson, Charles R. Angleton, Texas University of Texas Dalton, Dewey M. Dallas, Texas University of Texas Dau, Raply W. Dallas, Texas University of Texas Dewitt, Robert A. Alvin, Texas Loyola University (N.O.) Doby, Robert M. Jr. Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas Dooley, Marshal W. Lometa, Texas North Texas State University Dorrell, R. B. Houston, Texas University of Texas Dorsey, Forest J. Corpus Christi, Texas University of Texas Dreyor, Howard P. Bellaire, Texas University of Texas Earley, Billy J. Big Springs, Texas Stephen F. Austin State College Early, C. Fielding Brownwood. Texas University of Texas Eckhardt, Donald K. Houston. Texas University of Texas 85- . . . mid law Edwards, Richard A. Slaton, Texas Texas Tech Eidman, Jack E. Brownsville, Texas University of Texas Ellis, Will P. Jr. Laredo, Texas University of Texas Epstein, David G. Temple, Texas University of Texas Evans, Davis L. Fort Worth, Texas Texas Christian University Farmer, William S. Louisville, Kentucky Princeton University Ferrell, Felix W. Jr. Waco, Texas University of Texas Fisher, John C. Beaumont, Texas University of Texas Fitzgerald, Kerry P. Dallas. Texas Southern Methodist University Flato, Frank Kingsville. Texas University of Texas Flatten, Daniel U. San Antonio, Texas University of Texas Fleckman, Dan A. Port Arthur, Texas University of Texas 86Fleming, Tommy W. Childress. Te,xas University of Texas Fleming, William C. Carlsbad. New Mexico Oklahoma State University Fly, William L. Hillsboro, Texas University of Texas Frank, Theodore D. Brooklyn, New York R.P.I. Friend, Malcolm D. Dallas, Texas Rice University Fulbright, Larry A. Austin, Texas University of Texas Fulton, Michael M. San Antonio. Texas University of Texas Garcia, Roxanna Corpus Christi, Texas Sophie Newcomb College Gardner, William T. Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas George, Felix H. Jr. Austin. Texas University of Texas Germer, Lawrence L. Refugio, Texas University of Texas Gist, Lawrence J. Port Arthur, Texas University of Notre DameGonzales, Hector Brownsville, Texas Pan American College Goodstein, Jerald P. Dallas, Texas University of Texas Gotloboski, Thomas J. Long Beach. Mississippi Mississippi State University Green, Herbert J. Littleneck, New York Queens College Green, Lee S. Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas Greenfield, John H. Jr. Farmington, Illinois Stanford University Greenwood, Tolbert L. DeQuincy, Louisiana Louisiana State University Griffin, Thomas K. Beaumont, Texas University of Texas Griffis, Donald W. San Angelo. Texas University of The South Guthrie. Michael I. El Paso. Texas Texas Western Col ege Hagerman, John D. Houston. Texas Southern Methodist University Hagman, Gary L. Weatherford. Texas University of Texas 88Halo, James S. Harlingen, Texas University of Texas Hale, Jim P. O Donnell, Texas Texas Tech Hamm, Don M. Austin, Texas Baylor University Handorf, Edmund R. Palestine, Texas University of Texas Harris, John W. Austin, Texas Southwestern University Harshman, Michael Youngstown, Ohio Ohio State University Hart, Joseph H. Austin, Texas University of Texas Harvey, Ralph C. Wichita Falls, Texas University of Texas Heatherly, Glenn E. Atoka, Oklahoma University of Texas Helm, Reagan C. Houston, Texas Williams College Henderson, Thomas M. Houston, Texas University of Texas Hervey, Richard M. Corpus Christi. Texas University of Texas . . . mid law 89Higginbotham. Donald Waco. Texas University of Texas Holt, Judd B. Denton. Texas Baylor University Hoodenpyle, Terry R. Fort Worth, Texas North Texas State University Hooper, Ronnie R. Houston, Texas University of Texas Hubert, Frank W. R. Jr. Bryan, Texas Rice University Huffman, O. Brock San Antonio, Texas Georgetown University Hughes, Lynn N. Houston, Texas University of Alabama Jameson, Gene L. Dallas, Texas Texas A M Johnson, Dale T. McAllen, Texas Indiana University Johnson, Farris A. Austin. Texas University of Texas Johnston, Burrell D. Beeville. Texas Vanderbilt University Johnston, Murray Austin. Texas University of Texas . . . mid law 90Jones, F. Chalon San Angelo, Texas University of Texas Jones, Frank Griffith Houston, Texas Rice University Jones, L. Ludwell III Houston. Texas University of Pennsylvania Juarez, Bennie R. Tulakosa. New Mexico University of Texas Kalmans, Raymond L. Houston, Texas University of Texas Kidd, John B. Dallas. Texas Southern Methodist University Kinard, John R. Jr. McAllen, Texas University of Texas Kirchner, John E. Pasadena. Texas University of Texas Knippa, Larry D. San Antonio, Texas University of Texas Kormoier, Victor A. Jr. Austin, Texas University of Texas Kuntz, Walter N. Dallas, Texas Southern Methodist University Kuperman, David I. Breckenridge, Texas University of Texas 91Lamb, James B. Dallas, Texas Arlington State College Lancaster, Anne Corpus Christi, Texas University of Texas Lantor, Robert A. Fort Worth, Texas Texas Christian University Latting, Joseph B. Austin, Texas University of Texas Lay, Veron I. Jr. Austin, Texas University of Texas Lee, Ronald E. Houston, Texas University of Texas Leinbach, Charles H. Ill Austin, Texas University of Texas Leightman, E. Daniel Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana University Lemon, Joh M. Lubbock. Texas Texas Tech Levy, Jerome S. Austin, Texas University of Texas Lewis, Jeffry B. Houston, Texas Tulane University Lipscomb, Gregory O. Houston, Texas University of TexasLittle, Robert W. Dallas. Texas University of Texas Littlepage, Paxton K. Mart. Texas University of Texas Long, Bruce W. Ada, Oklahoma Southern Methodist University Lord, Terry Richard Dallas, Texas Southern Methodist University Lueders, David E. San Angelo. Texas University of Texas Luglan, Leif W. Kerrville, Texas University of Texas . . . mid law Maddox, Gary B. Houston. Texas University of Texas Maedgen, Bryan J. Midland, Texas University of 1 exas Malone, David M. Austin, Texas Abilene Christian College Marborger, John D. La Grange, Texas University of Texas Marley, James B. Crosbytown, Texas Texas Tech Massey, John H. Columbus, Texas Correll University 93McGown, Jule G. Fort Worth, Texas Williams College McNutt, Ernest P. Jr. Freeport, Texas University of Texas Matthews, William M. Dallas. Texas Washington Lee University Maurer, Jeanne F. Corpus Christi, Texas University of Texas Miller, Thomas E. Bryan, Texas University of Texas Miller, William T. Gonzales, Texas University of Texas Mills, Kenny S. Dallas, Texas University of Texas Mingus, Odis S. II Tyler. Texas University of Texas Moore, D. Graham Austin. Texas University of Kansas Morris, Charles E. Big Springs, Texas Texas Christian University Musick, Michael C. Amarillo. Texas University of lexas Nebrat, Marvin L. Corpus Christi. Texas University of Texas Nicholas, Robert H. Jr. Port Arthur, Texas Lamar Tech Nichols, Charles L. Lamesa, Texas Texas A M Noteware, David R. Dallas, Texas University of Pennsylvania . . . mid law 94Odom, Hubert T. Jr. Victoria, Texas University of Texas Palmer, Edward I. II Sulphur Springs, Texas Texas Christian University Parker, Sandra L. Dallas, Texas University of Texas Patton, Michael Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas Peeples, Maurice L. Jr. Raymondville, Texas Abilene Christian College Perel, Robert Paul Victoria, Texas University of Texas Perini, Vincent Walker Abilene, Texas Yale University Person, David Goliad. Texas University of Texas Petmecky, William M. Fredericksburg, rexas University of Texas Phillips, Charles T. Lake Jackson, Texas University of Texas Pool, Philip R. Carthage, Texas University of Texas Porter, James Berry Henderson, Texas Baylor University Powers, William N. Houston, Texas Univorsity of Texas Pruitt, Ronald B. Longview. Texas University of Texas Radoff, Perry J. Houston. Texas University of Texas 95Ray, Virgil S. Midland. Texas Southwestern University Reid, William G. Houston, Texas Howard University Renter, Jr., Rudolf A. Santa Ana. California Wheaton College Risher, Robert J . Freeport. Texas St. Edwards University Rodehaver, Sam C. El Paso. Texas Texas Western University Rogers, Marvin Austin. Texas Baylor University Rose, Charles T. Virginia Beach, Virginia Georgetown University Rosenblum, Henry M. Houston, Texas University of Texas Rosen. Stanley El Paso, Texas University of Texas Rosser, III, Virgil O. Graham. Texas University of Texas Royall, Richard R. Houston, Texas Princeton University Royco, Joseph W. Tyler. Texas Southwestern University I thinlc Ibe name !» Roien!!! 96 I ftSage, Charles A. Houston, Texas University of Notre Dame Schenker, Cecil San Antonio, Texas Oklahoma University Schor, Larry Dallas, Texas Southern Methodist University Scott, James B. Ill Kilgore. Texas Texas A M See, Robert F. Dallas. Texas University of Texas Seureau, Glenn E. La Porte. Texas University of Texas Shearon, Kervin B. Jr. Houston, Texas University of Texas Sherbert, Bill R. Tyler. Texas Texas Tech Showers, James A. Mission, Texas Texas Christian University Simpson, McTommie A. Big City. Texas University of Texas Sitter, Lester D. McLean, Texas University of Texas Skibell, Arthur Lubbock, Texas University of Texas 97 mid lawSmith, Maxie L. El Paso. Texas Texas Western University Smith, Jr., Milton C. Tyler. Texas University of Texas Smith, Roy B. McAllen, Texas University of Texas Springs, Darryl M. Seguin, Texas Texas A M Stahl, Frank B. Jr. Midland, Texas University of Texas Stallings, Paul E. Houston. Texas University of Texas Stilwcll, Richard B. Houston, Texas University of Texas Stocking, Don A. Amarillo, Texas University of Texas Stool, Michael De! Rio. Texas University of Pennsylvania Stout, Maxwell B. Austin, Texas University of Texas Sucko, III, John H. Austin, Texas University of Texas Sullivan, Cornelius G. Morristown, Pennsylvania University of Pennsylvania 98Swayze, William S. Dallas, Texas Southern Methodist University Swearingen, James S. Austin, Texas University of Texas Taylor, Harry W. Mount Pleosont. Texas East Texas State College Teague. Harold D. Dallas. Texas University of Texas Terrell, Lewis P. Austin, Texas Texas Tech Thomas, Lewis P. Ill Houston, Texas Cornell University . . . mid law Tindall, Harry L. Corpus Christi. Texas University of Texas Townsend, Frank M. San Antonio. Texos Texas A M Vogel, Andrew L. Harlingen, Texas University of Texas Wachsmuth, Robert W. Port Neches. Texas University of Texas Wallis, Ben A. Llano. Texos University of Texas Ward, Lawson L. Lufkin, Texas Rice University 99Warford, Tommy G. Ranger, Texas University of Texas Wedding, James V. Lacooche, Florida University of Texas Weinert, Kirk W. Beaumont, Texas University of Texas Whildcn, Wade H. Houston. Texas University of Texas White, Jr., Alfred E, Tyler, Texas University of Texas Wilk, Michael S. Lubbock. Texas University of Texas Woodruff, Michael M. Palacios, Texas Texas A M Younger, Jr., John F. Midland, Texas Yale University Late Picture Goldberg, Charles N. Uvalde. Texas University of Texas 100 mid lawFreshman Class Officers i ruvxv I r s:WI m ' m I I aa9£8D53BHC3B 92S229i 2R..3Sl 2Si.usaii-.iixn tiiiiSiiiiUii |su.ui.ui'aa; |iur.i-aa;.ui.i ■.unuumai B o f! .11 ■• ■ A o j i ii X i ■liuxar.ru.ua ■aa92.Uii.ua; ROBERT E. BRUNKENHOEFOR Sec rota ry-T rea su re r RONALD D. EARLE President WAYNE D. MEISSNER Vice President 101Aaron, Glen D. Midland. Texas Baylor University Acuff, Donald N. Philadelphia. Pa. Yale University Adams, Gilbert T. Beaumont, Texas University of Texas Adams, J. Glen El Paso, Texas United States Military Academy Aderholt, Ben L. Corpus Christi, Texas University of Texas Adler, Jim S. Dallas. Texas University of Texas Albin, Charles E. Mansfield. Ohio University of Miami Alexander, James M. El Paso. Texas Texas Western College Allen, Robert G. Hinsdale. Illinois University of Kansas Allen, Shelby L. El Paso. Texas Texas Western College Alvoid, Dennis E. Dallas. Texas University of Texas Anderson, Carl V. Waco. Texas Rice University Anderson, William M. McAllen. Texas Notre Dame University Angell, David M. Austin. Texas University of Texas Appleberry, Miles S. San Antonio. Texas University of Texas 102 freshmanArmour, Vivi L. St. Louis, Missouri Washington University Autry, Arville T. Austin, Texas University of Texas Aycock, Charles F. Tula. Texas Texas Tech Bailey, Kathryn A. La Marque. Texas University of Texas Baker, O. N. San Antonio, Texas University of Texas Barker, Barrett H. Abilene. Texas University of Texas Barnett, O. Wendell Lasscck. Texas Texas Tech Barrett, Robert F. Gainesville, Texas Baylor University Bate, Herman E. Lufkin, Texas Texas A M Battle, Thomas P. Austin. Texas Southern Methodist University Baugh, Gary T. Rotan, Texas Rice University Behrent, Curtis H. Falfurrias, Texas Texas A M Bcibor, Sharon F. Crockett, Texas University of Texas Beinhorn, Alan J. El Paso, Texas University of Texas Beckworth, Jr., Lindley G. Gladewater. Texas University of Texas 103Bentley, Thomas E. Denton, Texas University of Maryland Bernst, E. Robert Sarasota, Florida University of Pennsylvania Borry, John W. Kennedy. Texas Southwest Texas State College Berry, Randolph G. Amarillo, Texas University of Texas Berwick, Michael H. Houston. Texas University of Texas Besselman, James Arthur Metuchera. New Jersey University of Texas Bevill, Tommy R. Monahans. Texas University of Texas Biard, Aubrey W. Paris. Texas North Texas State Birdwell, Lloyd Willis Dallas, Texas University of Texas Blair, Jimmy D. Borger, Texas University of Oklahoma Blair, Stephen S. Austin, Texas University of Texas Blakeney, Marvin R. Dallas, Texas Duke University Bliss, Robert R. Denver, Colorado University of Colorado Bock, Bennie W. II New Braunfels, Texas University of Texas Bond, James M. Fort Worth, Texas Texas Wesleyan College 104Boone, Hannibal S. Navasota. Texas Stephen F. Austin College Boswell, Lorin A. Fort Worth. Texas Yale University Boudreaux, Donald L. Austin. Texas Lamar State College Bowen, Martin C. Bryan, Texas Texas A M Brady, Jack M. Pittsburg, Kansas University of Kansas Braidfoot, Larry D. Esteiline, Texas Texas A M Branchle, Fred Robert Charlotte, Texas Trinity University Brandt, Roger L. Pasadena, Texas University of Texas Bratton, Andrew J. Wurtsmith A.F.B., Michigan University of Texas . . . freshman Bray, Clarence V. Port Arthur, Texas University of Texas Brewster, John W. Arlington. Texas Arlington State College Browton, Dallas P. Austin, Texas University of Texas Bristol, George L. Austin, Texas University of Texas Brown, David P. Henderson, Texas University of Texas Brown, Jamos E. Kingsville, Texas Texas A I College 105Browning, Jimmy L. Breckenridge, Texas U.C.L.A. Brunkcnhoefer, Robert E. Corpus Christ!, Texas Texas A M Buchschacher, Paul W. Waco. Texas Rice University Bucy, Joy Elizabeth Lubbock, Texas University of Texas Burdett, Thomas L. Kerrville, Texas University of Texas Burns, Robert H. Midland. Texas Princeton University . . . freshman Burroughs, Frank R. Alamagordo. New Mexico University of Texas Busholl, Gary E. Austin. Texas University of Texas Byrd, Larry G. Lufkin, Texas Stephen F. Austin College Caballero, Romualdo C. Fort Worth. Texas Texas Western College Cain, Delmar L. Gladcwotcr, Texas Baylor University Callahan, George M. Hot Springs. Arkansas University of Notre Dame Carmouche, Charles H. Houston, Texas University of Notre Dame Carpenter, Sam Roy Dallas. Texas Abilene Christian College Carter, Jack E. Clarksville, Texas University of Texas 106Carter, Michael W. Houston. Texas Colorado State University Castle, John R., Jr. Mt. Pleasant, Texas University of Texas Cauthorn, Tommy D. Del Rio, Texas University of Texas Chapman. Jack T. El Paso, Texas Texas Western College Chappell, David F. Ft. Worth, Texas University of Texas Childers, Keith T. San Antonio, Texas University of Texas Christian, Bertraud E. Longview, Texas North Texas State University Clagett, Jack L. Austin, Texas University of Texas Clark, Andrew J., Ill Port Arthur, Texas Lamar College Clark, John W. Mission. Texas University of Texas Clawson, Billy G. Llano, Texas Texas A M Clement, James G. Independence, Kansas University of Kansas Clifton, Arnold B. Scabrook, Texas Arlington State College Cline, James A. Corpus Christi, Texas University of Missouri Coats, Jamos S. Greenville. Texas Austin College 107. . . freshman Coatncy, Doyle L. Sacramento. California Texas Christian University Cochran. John R. Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas Coffield, March H. El Paso, Texas Texas Christian University Cohen, Richard J. Fort Worth, Texas University of Florida Colo, Karen J. Georgetown, Texas Baylor University Coley, Roger D. Dallas. Texas Yale University Collins, Warren L. Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas Condor, Fred J. Tulsa, Oklahoma University of Texas Connally, J. Frank Waco, Texas University of Texas Connor, William H. Houston, Texas Southwestern University Constantine, Paul D. Waco, Texas University of Texas Cook, Valta A. Marshall. Texas University of Texas Cooper, Grafton M. Amarillo, Texas University of Texas Corbusier, William H. Bryan. Texas University of Texas Crabb, Joe F. Chappell Hill. Texas University of Texas 108 freshmanCrawford, Stanloy W. Corpus Christi, Texas University of Texas Cresswell, Ronald R. Dallas, Texas University of Texas Crews, Jerry W. Carlsbad, New Mexico New Mexico State University Cross, Clinton F. San Francisco. California University of California Crouch, Robert C. Greenville, Texas East Texas State College Cruse, Richard R. Houston, Texas Washington and Lee University Dahlin, Roland E. Dallas, Texas University of Texas Danner, Richard G. Bethesda, Maryland Southern Methodist University Davidson, Robert W. Prescott, Washington University of Washington Davis, Clair M. Phoenix, Arizona Rice University Davis, Fred Edward Center. Texas University of Texas Davis, Robert L. Amarillo. Texas Rice University Dear, James F. Houston, Texas Lamar State College Deaton, Alfred L. Tulsa, Oklahoma DePauw University Dickerson, James R. Mincola. Texas University of Texas 109Dilweg, Gary T. Washington, D.C. United Mates Naval Academy Cobroski, Henry E. Evansville. Indiana Indiana University Dominguez, Scferino C. Dallas, Texas University of Dallas Donnelly, Charlos P. Corpus Christi. Texas The University of the South Dorsey, Donald P. Big Springs. Texas Texas A M Dorsoy. Josoph B. Corpus Christi. Texas Georgetown University Douglass, William F. Arlington. Virginia Duke University Douthitt, Franklin J. Henrietta. Texas Texas Tech Doyle, James J. Houston. Texas Rice University Dreyer, Ralph J. San Angelo. Texas Southern Methodist University Driscoll, Alice Ann Austin. Texas University of Texas Ducoff, Edward Rothway. New Jersey Marietta College Dunn, Winford L. Texarkana. Texas University of Texas Dyke, Thomas A. Houston. Texas University of Texas Earle, Ronald D. Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas 110Early, Alvin W. Fort Worth. Texas Rice University Echols, James R. Fort Worth. Texas Texas Wesleyan College Echols, Paul A. El Paso. Texas University of Texas Eckman, David W. Houston. Texas University of Texas Edmondson, Thomas E. Elizabethtown. Kentucky St. Edward's University Edwards, Johnny P. Graham, Texas Washington and Lee University Eichelbaum, Mel San Antonio, Texas St. Mary's University Ellison, Jack B. Normangee. Texas Sam Houston State College Ellyson, Don E. Cleburne. Texas Baylor University Emmer, Kathleen E. Wink. Texas University of Texas Estrella, Octavio Mexico City, Mexico Southwestern Oklahoma State College Evans, Allen D. Austin, Texas University of Washington Evans, A. O. Freeport, Texas Southern Methodist University Evans, Herbert E. Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas Evatt, Gary C. Stephcnville. Texas University of Texas . freshmanEzon, Joel J. Houston, Texas University of Texas Felber, Richard J. Colfax. Washington Washington State University Fetterman, Rick A. Dallas. Texas University of Texas Fitzgerald, William Z. San Marcos, Texas Rice University Fizer, Don E. Fort Worth. Texas Rice University Flatt, Doyle E. Longview. Texas University of Texas Flick, Milton J. Galveston, Texas North Texas State University Flores, Francisco J. Laredo, Texas University of Texas Fourticq, Michael J. Houston, Texas University of Texas . . . freshman Freeman, Joe H. Corpus Christi. Texas University of Texas Furgeson, William R. Lubbock, Texas Texas Tech Garrison, Joe Travis Lubbock. Texas Baylor University Gatewood, Jack P. Poteau, Oklahoma University of Arkansas Gaut, R. Lowell Corpus Christi, Toxas Baylor University Gaylor, Bruce G. Midway, Texas University of TexasGibson, H. Martin El Paso. Texas Stanford University Gilman, George W. Wichita Falls, Texas Midwestern University Gilstrap, Frank M. Arlington, Texas University of Texas Goleman, R. Kinnan Kerrville. Texas Oklahoma University Goode, Richard T. Dallas, Texas Washington and Lee University Graham, Leon N. Austin, Texas University of Texas Graham, M. Carolyn Chicago. Illinois University of Texas Gramling, John D. Center, Texas University of Texas Green, Roland D. Abilene, Texas University of Texas Grenadier, Allan N. Selfredge A.F.B., Michigan Michigan State University Griggs, Wade G. Jasper, Texas University of Texas Grossman, Orin G. Las Vegas, Nevada New York University Guevara, Andrew R. El Paso. Texas Georgetown University Gunter, Joseph C. Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas Gunter, Miles G. P. Aransas Pass, Texas Texas A M M3Halcom, Harold F. Mercedes, Texas Southwest' Texas Stato College Hall, William T. Austin, Texas University of Texas Hallman, William P. Cleburne, Texas Baylor University Hamel, Charles L. Seabrook, Texas Duke University Harkavy, Stephen J. New York, New York University of Texas Harris, John R. Hereford. Texas University of Texas Harris, F. Allen Dal!as. Texas Princeton University Harris, Ralph E. Odessa, Texas University of Texas Harrison, Hubert M. Richardson, "exas University of Alabama Hartmann, Ruth La Vernia .Texas Texas Lutheran College Haworth, Charles R. San Angelo, Texas University of Texas Henderson, Robert L. Oklahoma C' y, Oklahoma University of Texas Herlocker, John D. Winfield. Kansas Kansas University Higgins, Patrick O. Austin, Texas University of Texas Hill, Homer A. Amarillo, Texas University of Texas 114Hill, James F. Brownv ood, Texas University of Texas Hill, Richard R. Houston, Texas Harvard University Hilliard, John E. Newton, Texas Texas A M Hines, Earl S. Burkeville, Texas University of Texas Hoagland, Dale F. Erie, Kansas University of Houston Hodge, Byron W. Del Rio, Texas University of Texas Hodge, Tom F. Fort Worth, Texas Texas Christian University Hoelscher, Richard C. Alice, Texas Texas Tech Haggard, Thomas R. Austin, Texas University of Texas Holland, Richard A. Sherman. Texas University of Texas Holloway, Randolph C. Brownwood. Texas University of Texas Hopkins, Roberto R. Fort Worth, Texas Harvard University Hotchkiss, Charles A. Wichita Falls, Texas University of Texas Hughes, David K. Abilene, Texas University of Texas Hyde, John G. Abilene. Texas Hardin Simmons University freshman 115Isham, Paul C. Lubbock, I exas Washington University Israol, Richard E. Hutchinson, Kansas University of the South Jeffers, John L. Houston. Texas Yale University Jeffers, William A. San Antonio, Texas University of Texas Jesko, Herman A. Hereford, lexas University of Texas Jitkoff, Andrew Houston, Texas Rice University Johnson, Homer D. Pampa, Texas Williams College Johnson, John P. Garland, Texas University of Texas Johnson, J. Weldon Mexico City. D.F. Southern Methodist University Johnson, J. Richard Midland, Texas University of Texas Jones, Martin B. Ozona, Texas University of Texas Jordan, William H. Houston, Texas Texas A M Joyner, Dexter D. Henderson, Texas Stephen F. Austin College Kaden, Hayden J. Houston. Texas Southwestern at Memphis Kaplan, Jay J. Queens. New York Cornell University 116 freshmanKarchmer, Rondald D. Corpus Christi, Texas University of Texas Keasler, Michael E. Grand Prairie. Texas University of Texas Kelsey, John W. Houston. Texas Vanderbilt University Kempner, Marion L. Galveston, Texas Duke University Kendrick, Thomas W. Artesia. New Mexico University of Texas Kennedy, John R. Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas Kimball, Albert B., Jr. Endwell. New York University of Texas King, Don W. San Antonio. Texas University of Texas Kittles, James R. Athens. Texas University of Texas Klapps, James P. Istanbul, Turkey University of Florida Komiss, David S. Houston. Texas Washington University Kubicek, Jon L. Sioux Falls, South Dakota University of Washington Labon, Douglas R. Austin, Texas University of Texas Lam, Charles C. Duranco, Colorado Southern Methodist University Lambert, Donald E. Wichita Falls. Texos Texas Tech 117Lambcrth, Royce C. San Antonio, Texas Univeristy of Texas Lankford, Jack B. Corpus Christi. Texas University of Texas Lanoux, Joo H. Yazoo City, Mississippi Baylor University Laughlin, Gregory H. West Columbia. Texas Texas A M Lawhon, William G. Houston, Texas University of Texas Lazo, Douglas J. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Arlington State College Lee, Doyee R. Linden. Texas East Texas State College Leeper, Charles S. Midland. Texas University of Texas Legondre, John P. Masqcoutan. Illinois University of Illinois Lekisch, Peter A. Midland. Texas Cornell University Lester, Paul D. Austin, Texas Univesity of Texas Lovbarg, Mark Union, New Jersey Rutgers University Lowis, Karen J. Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas Lively, John R. Navasota, Texas Texas. A M Locko, Joel B. Fort Worth, Texas University of TexasLopez, Robert B. San Antonio, Texas Trinity University Lovelace, Richard M. El Paso, Texas Texas Western University Lowenhaupt, Bruce El Paso, Texas Texas Western University Lowry, Peter M. Austin, Texas University of Texas Lucksinger, Thomas S. Burnet, Texas University of Texas Lumm, Maxey E. El Paso. Texas Texas Western University Lux, William H. University of Alabama Birmingham, Alabama McClendon, Joo N. Ennis, Texas Southern Methodist University McCulloch, Ben E. San Angelo. Texas Texas A M . . . freshman McFarland, Van E. Houston, Texas University of Texas McGrady, Michael S. Roswell, New Mexico Texas A M McManus, James L. Kalamazoo, Michigan Notre Dame University McNeil, Laird H. Kingsville. Texas University of Texas McShane, John V. Taylor, Texas St. Mary's University Macleod, Edward S. San Antonio, Texas Abilene Christian College 119Maer, William D. Houston. Texas University of Texas Mann, Joseph E., Jr. Fort Worth, Texas Texas A M Manning, E. T., Jr. Pauls Volley, Oklahoma University of Oklahoma Margolin, Richard F. Houston. Texas University of Pennsylvania March, Herb El Paso, Texas Texas Western College Martin, Carroll D. Hereford. Texas North Texas State University Martin, Joe G. Hooks, Texas University of Texas Martin, Michael M. Brazoria, Texas University of Texas Martinez, Goorge El Paso, Texas Texas Wostorn College . . . freshman Mayes, Thomas E. Dallas, Texas North Texas State University Meeker, Charles R., Ill Dallas, Texas Princeton University Meissner, Wayne D. Victoria, Texas University of Texas Mitcholl, Robert F. St. Louis, Missouri. Westminster College Mitcholl, Willis W., Ill Dallas. Texas Texas A M Mobley, Ebb. B, III Kilgore, Texas Rice UniversityMoon, Thomas A. Fort1 Worth. Texas Texas Christian University Mooney, Edward J. Longview. Texas University of Texas Moore, Nolan A. Wichita Falls, Texas University of Texas Morgan, John M., Jr. Houston. Texas University of Texas Morgan, Phullis L. Austin. Texas University of Texas Morton, Charles G. Burnet, Texas University of Texas Morton, Harvey L. Roby, Texas McMurray College Moser, Christopher A. Washington. D.C. Georgetown University Muennink, Lloyd A. Hondo. Texas University of Corpus Christi Muller, Calo E. Austin, Texas Iowa State University Munson, William B., IV Denison. Texas Notre Dome University Murdock, Mark L. Fort Worth. Texas Texas Tech Nabors, John C. Gotesville. Texas University of Texas Nachman, George J. Dallas. Texas University of Texas Nance, James B. Odessa, Texas University of Texas 121Nolson, Goorgo L. Houston, Texas Texas A M Neumann, Gerard H. El Paso, Texas University of Texas Nowbern, Saint Clair, III Fort Worth, Texas Texas Christian University Newoll, Larry M. Midland, Texas Southern Methodist University Newton, Charles T., Jr. Austin, Texas University of Texas Nichols, V. Lane Beaumont, Texas Lamar Tech O'Brien, Gwendolyn B. Amarillo, Texas Smith College Oglesby, Dwight H. Austin, Texas University of Texas Orenstein, Theodore P. Framingham, Massachusetts University of Bridgeport Oretego, Ellis J. Altahoma, Texas University of Texas Otto, Byron L. Austin, Texas St. Edward's University Ovard.John D. Dallas. Texas University of Texas Owens, Joseph A., II Beaumont, Texas University of the South Oxford, Patrick C. Beaumont. Texas University of Texas Paine, Stephen C. Houston, Texas Rice University 122Pannill, Fitxhugh H. Midland. Texas University of Texas Parker, Hugh S. Arlington. Texas Arlington State College Parker, John W. Nacogdoches, Texas University of Texas Parrish, Brainerd S. El Paso. Texas Texas Western College Parry, George M. Wichita Falls. Texas Rice University Pattison, Howard D. Dallas. Texas St. Louis University Payne, Banyan W. Houston, Texas University of Texas Pearce, William M., Ill Lubbock. Texas Texas Tech Pearson, Tommie H. Victoria. Texas Texas A M Perrin, Mark W. Cameron. Texas University of Texas Perry, David L. Austin. Texas University of Texas Peterson, Leo J., Ill Austin. Texas University of Texas Pettis, Alan W. Waco, Texas University of Texas Pfonnig, Jon C. Baytown. Texas University of Texas Philbin, Stephen H. Austin, Texas Ya'o University . . . freshman 123Pilkilton, William H., Jr. Dallas, Texas Stephen F. Austin College Pipkin, John S. Beaumonj. Texas Lamar College Pomeroy, Clyde D., Jr. Pasadena. Texas University of Texas Pool, Richard L. Dallas, Texas Southern Methodist University Port, Paul A. Houston, Texas Yale University Porter, William R. Daingerfield. Texas North Texas State College Post, Haroletta Kay Dallas, Texas University of Texas Post, Robert W. Cuero, Texas University of Texas Powers, William B., Jr. Austin, Texas University of Texas Price, William W., Jr. Olsey. Texas University of Texas Provino, Jack C. Houston. Texas University of Texas Provost, Slendel J. Groves, Texas Lamar Tech Pruitt, George D. Jermyn, Texas Texas Tech Rachal, Hal F., Jr. Midland, Texas University of Texas Raggio, Grier H., Jr. Dallas, Texas Harvard University 124 . . . freshmanRambo, Virgil O. Houston, Texas Tulane University Ramos, Ramon, Jr. El Paso. Texas Texas Western College Ratliff, Rayford A. Eastland, Texas Haro'in-Simmons College Reagan, Dora E. Brownsville, Texas University of Texas Robe, Salomon Providence. R.l. University of Rhode Island Reynolds, James R. Canton. Texas University of Texas Rhodes, Dan C. Houston. Texas Tulane University Ritchie, Henry G. Ypsilanti, Michigan Eastern Michigan University Rivers, Richard R. Dallas, Texas Tulane University Robertson, Donald E. Dallas, Texas University of Texas Robortson, James W. Houston, Texas University of Texas Robinson, Robert R., Jr. Spur, lexas University of Texas Roden, Larry F. Midland, Texas University of Texas Rodriguez, Colso C. Corpus Christi, Texas University of Texas Rodriguez, Federico G. Rio Grande City, Texas University of Texas 125Roper, James S. Lufkin. Texas West Texas State Colege Rose, William S. Shaker Heights, Ohio Williams College Rosenthal, Stephen L. Dallas. Texas University of Texas Rodriguez, Frank X., II Brownsville. Texas University of Texas Rune, Michael J. Fort Worth. Texas Baylor University Runnels, Floyd R. Cleburne. Texas Arlington State College Rush, James O. Texas City. Texas University of Texas Russell, Robert C. Arlington. Texas University of Texas Sanders, Thomas V. Campoon. Texas University of Texas . . . freshman Sandidge, Jon R. San Antonio. Texas Southern Methodist University Sargent, Emory R. Austin. Texas University of Texas Sartwelle, Thomas P. Houston, Texas University of Texas Scanlaw, John M. Brownsville. Texas University of Virginia Schmerein, John G. Neenah. Wisconsin Notre Dame. Texas Schnitzius, Thomas H. Houston, Texas Notre Dame University 126Scott, Ewing P. Amarillo. Texas Yale University Seamster, Don N. Borger. Texas Hardin Simmons College Shelton, Haskell H. El Paso. Texas University of Texas Shicdor, Daniel W. Dallas. Texas University of Texas Shirk, Dennis H. Norwalk, Iowa Texas Tech Shive, William C. Brcwnwood. Texas Howard Payne College Shuart, Willard W. Eagle Lake, Texas Williams College Simmons, Douglas M. Austin. Texas University of I exas Simon, Ernest A. St. Rose, Louisiana Loyola University Simpson, Reilly J. Theodore. Alabama William Carey College Simpson, Wade Bland Big Springs, Texas Texas Christian University Skelton, Jim Sauda. Colorado University of Texas Sklar, David A. New Orleans, Louisiana Tulane University Smith, Dan S. Iram, Texas University of Texas Smith, Gay L. Henderson. Texas University of Texas 127Smith, Jamos L., Ill Austin, Texas University of Texas Smith, James W., Jr. Tulsa, Oklahoma University of Texas Snell, Richard S. Houston. Texas Southern Methodist University Snoddy, Sammy L. El Paso, Texas Texas Western College Sohn, Robert D. San Antonio, Texas University of Texas Soules, Luther H., IN San Antonio, Texas Texas A M Sparks, Harold S., Ill Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas Spears, Robert A. San Antonio, Texas University of Texas Spellings, Robert D. Fort Worth, Texas University of Texas . . . freshman Spencer, William A. Jefferson City, Missouri University of Missouri Sprague, Robert M. Caledonia, Minnesota Carleton College Staat, Henry M. Dallas, Texas Austin College Stabler, Paul R., Jr. Dallas, Texas University of Texas Steele, Sharon A. Houston. Texas University of Houston Steffen, Milton H. Huntsville. Texas Rice UniversityStengel, George J. Garden City. Kansas Texas A M Sternberg, Robert S. Dallas. Texas Tulane University Stewart, James E. Fort Worth, Texas Tulane University Stewart, Meryle R. Borger. Texas University of Texas Sunshine, Richard B. Dallas. Texas University of Texas Susman, Thomas M. Houston. Texas Ya e University Swanlc, William A. Victoria. Texas University of Texas Sweeney, John W., Jr. Baytown, Texas Rice University Switzer, James E. Fort Worth, Texas Texas Christian University Sylvan, Johannes B. Dallas. Texas University of the South Symes, Clinton A. Lubbock. Texas Texas Tech Tahu, Jerry W. Dallas. Texas University of Texas Talley, John B. Beaumont. Texas Baylor University Taylor, Randy Powdcrly. Texas East Texas State College Teis, Lawrence B. Dallas. Texas Texas Christian University 129Theis, Walter A., Jr. Corpus Christi, Texas San Houston State College Temple, Griff P. Texas City, Texas Southern Methodist University Termini, Raymond J. Dickinson. Texas Tulane University Thurmond, Thomas M. North Sertuate. Massachusetts University of Texas Tinnin, Charles F. Salt Flats, Texas Texas Western College Tims, Lowry L. Cleveland, Mississippi University of Texas Tower, Randolph P. Lubbock, Texas Texas Tech Traugutt, Tyler D. San Antonio, Texas St. Mary's University Travis, Robert B. Dallas, Texas University of Texas Traylor, John P. Port Lavaca, Texas Texas A I College Truman, Timothy N. Fort Worth, Texas North Texas State College Tupper, Charles F., Jr. El Paso, Texas Texas Western College Urban, Theresa A. Brenham, Texas University of Texas Yardy, James R. Slaton, Texas Texas Tech Vaughan, Luther M. Houston, Texas Notre Dame University 130 freshmanVertrees, Ralph W. Midland, Texas University of Texas Wall, Linda K. Odessa, Texas Baylor University Wallace, Suzanne Q. Austin, Texas University of Texas Waller, Charles W. Sulphur Springs. Texas East Texas State College Walker. Mike W. Pasadena, Texas University of Texas Ward, Tom K. Lake Charles, Louisiana University of Texas Warden, Werner C. San Antonio. Texas University of Texas Watkins, Larry D. Arlington. Texas Arlington State College Watters, James Lee Laipei Tawea, China DoPouw University Weber, Wayne T. Fredericksburg, Texas University of Texas Welmaker, Ben H., Jr. Houston, Texas University of Texas White, Rex H, Jr. Paris, France University of Texas White, Warren E. Shrisman, Illinois DePauv University Whittington, Marquis E. Sherman, Texas University of Texas Wight, John M. Stanford. Connecticut University of Texas 131Wiley, Paul L. San Benito, Texas University of Texas Willcov, Mary K. Austin, Texas Pennsylvania State University Wilkerson, Basil G. Odessa, Texas University of Texas Wilson, Frank M., Ill San Antonio. Texas University of Texas Wilson, Lewis H. Jackson, Mississippi University of Texas Winfield, Clem A., IV Austin, Texas University of Texas Winn, David M. Dallas, Texas Swarthmore College Winston, Sam F. Alice, Texas Southern Methodist University Wise, John J. Lubbock, Texas Texas Tech Wood, Jon C. Amarillo, Texas Yale University. . freshman Worley, David M. Baytown, Texas University of Texas Yarborough, Charles D. Dallas. Texas Arlington State College Yalcer, Marchall I. El Paso, Texas University of Texas Yeates, Randall K. Austin, Texas University of Texas Yielding, Thomas D. Abilene, Texas Hardin Simmons College Young, Paula V. Denton, Texas Smith College Youngblood, Frank P. Jasper, Texas University of Texas Zaboroski, Robert B. Houston, Texas University of Texas Zwernemann, Donald H. Houston, Texas University of Texas No question about it; it it a frethman la wife. A prolific aroup to tho itory goot . . . tension I believe! 133134ActivitiesThe International Law Society JOHNSUCKE JAMES P. BRYAN MICHAEL HENRY THOMAS C. CADY MR. GOLDSTEIN Secretary Vice President Treasurer President Faculty Advisor The Society was founded in the fall of 1963, by a group of students enrolled in the International Law course. Out of informal discussions held at the home of Professor E. Ernest Goldstein, the Society grew until in November of 1963, the University of Texas International Law Society was voted membership in the Association of Student International Law Societies. Six months after its inception, student advocates from the Society out-fought teams from Columbia, Howard, and the University of Pittsburgh to win the 1964 International Law Moot Tribunal competition. This year's team won the regional competition held in Dallas on March 5, and will compete in the national semi-finals to be held in Washington, D.C., in April. The Society publishes The Journal of the University of Texas International Law Society. Since its first issue in February of this year, the Journal has become a recognized periodical on the international law and affairs. This year the University of Texas chapter is the national administrator of the 1964-65 International Law Moot Tribunal Competition. 136MR. COHEN Faculty Advisor F. ALLEN HARRIS ALEX W. PORTER Coordinators PURPOSE: , . x, r The Civil Liberties Research Council, expressing a special concern in those areas of institutionalized inegualities based on race, color, or economic condition, states as its purposes: 1. To become aware of deprivations of civil rights and civil liberties that are unnoticed or ignored by the general community. 2. To engage in non-partisan research, study, and analysis of the lav with a view toward eliminating prejudice, discrimination and unequal treatment. 3. To make public the data, analyses and conclusions reached through such study. 4. To begin fulfilling the special responsibilities to the community which are attendant to being a lawyer. METHOD: The Council is a research organization. This includes both legal and field research. The particular method of research is determined by the nature of the problem under study. EVALUATION: The Civil Liberties Research Council began in the fall term of 1964. It is presently undertaking a study of the rights of the indigent accused in the State of Texas. It is also beginning a bail bond project in Austin along the lines of the Vera Project in New York City. The Council is too young to evaluate its successes and failures. It is hoped that the study or the rights and procedures of the defense of the indigent accused will be finished this school year. The bail bond project is still in the research stage. 37Law School Assemblymen GOLDBERG JOHN YOUNGERThe Honor Council SKIPPER LAY EDDIE MANN MIKE GALLAGHER TOM CAMPBELL BOB DcWITT Chairman Not Pictured: J. P. BRYAN CHARLES BROTHERS All examinations at the Law School are taken under the honor system as established by the Honor Cede. The interpretation and enforcement of violations of the Code is the peculiar activity of the Council. Functionally, the Honor Council is the Lav School Grand Jury. It charges students accused of honor violations by the return of an indictment. A v ritten brief is submitted stating the nature, and possible consequences of the alleged breach. This brief is submitted to the Honor Tribunal coupled with a recommendation that the Student be tried. Representatives to the Honor Council are elected by the student body at large. 139The Honor Tribunal i JEROME SCHUETZEBERG GENE JAMISON JOEL ROBERTS The Honor Tribunal, newly created this year, is the High Court for students under indictment for Honor Code infractions. Student members of the Tribunal are selected by the faculty on nomination of the Honor Council. In addition to the above-pictured students, the Tribunal consists of two faculty members. The present faculty representatives are Mr. Allen E. Smith and Mr. Keith Morrison. Appointment to the Tribunal is among the highest honors that can be paid a student. It exhibits complete faith in his integrity on the part of the faculty as a whole, and absolute trust on the part of the Honor Council who nominate them. Though their positions may be rather thankless, their function is one of the most important in the administrative make-up of the Law School. 140The Election Commission Seated: BROCK HUFFMAN BOB SMITH GARY HAGMAN Chairman Standing: KEITH TURNER JIM ROSS JOHN SUCKE DON SMITH The President of the Student Bar Association with the consent of the Board of Governors, appoints the members of the Election Commission. Bob Smith is Chairman of the Election Commission whose primary function is to run smooth Law School Elections. Among other duties of the Commission are the counting of ballots, the certifying of candidates, supervising of the conduct during the elections and manning of the polls. The Election Commission also makes decisions concerning election rules infractions, with the only appeal being to the Board of Governors. Bob Smith resigned in February, and was replaced by Stanley Rosen. 141Appointed by Dean Keeton, the Student Assistants carry out all duties assigned them. They are invaluable, if dot indispensable in the execution of 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. RAYMOND J. SCHNEIDER DALE R. KIRBY 142 Student Assistants to the DeanJOHN COMPERE National Vice President of the AL$A Thirteenth Circuit The American Law Student Association was created in 1949, by the American Bar Association as a service to law students, and lav school student bar associations. It is sponsored and subsidized by the ABA, and supported by the Association of American Law Schools and 130 lav schools and student bar associations throughout the United States. ALSA boasts an individual membership of over 7,500 law students. The University of Texas School of Lav now has 480 individual ALSA members. It was the number one law school in total membership for the fall, 1964. The University of Texas School of Lav is a member of the ALSA thirteenth circuit which includes the eleven lav schools within Texas and Louisiana. John Compere was made president of this circuit at the 1965 Circuit Conference at New Orleans in February. Due to John's recent appointment, he was forced to withdraw from his position as ALSA representative. The Law School is fortunate however in that his position has been filled by the very able, Charles "Lefty'' Morris. Unfortunately these series of events have occurred late in the school year, and a photograph of "Lefty” is not available. Photo or no photo, we are sure that "Lefty" will continue to do the same fine job that John has started. 143 ALSAThe Texas Law Forum is the official student-alumni newspaper of the University of Texas School of Lav . It is published eight times a year and is financed by appropriations from the Law School Foundation and the Student Bar Association and advertising revenue. The Forum is distributed free of charge to nearly 1500 students and to some 7000 alumni. Any student is eligible to work on the staff if he meets with the editor's approval. GERRY BROWN WAYNE GREEN MERRILL HARTMAN Advertising Manager Editor-in-Chief Photography Editor BURRELL JOHNSTON RONNIE EARLE OLNEY WALLIS WENDY O'BRIEN J. SHELBY SHARPE Texas Law Forum WAYNE E. GREEN. Editor-In-Chief The objectives of The Forum are to report news relating to students, alumni, and the faculty of the Law School: to stimulate thinking and action on current legal problems; to give lav students the experience of publishing such a newspaper; to further a close affiliation between the alumni and the school; and to provide a forum for articles and materials of interest to law students, faculty, alumni, and the legal profession as a whole. Wayne E. Green, this year's editor has done all of the above, and more. To him we extend our heartiest thanks and praise. iHljF arxaa ICaut Sfarum School of Law, The University of Texas Photography Editor Advertising Manager Cartoonist Reporters David Evans J. Shelby Sharpe Olney Wallis John Compere Burrell Johnston John Graml Ronnie Earle Tom Campbell Susan Green 145Student Bar Association Board of Governors Left to Right: Scott. Goldberg, Meissner, Brunlcenhoefer, Earle, Whittenburg, Deramus, Brown, Larson. Cox, Johnston, Gallagher, Younger, Terry, Rosenblum, Campbell Occasionally, on ASM graduate is elected to o position on the Student Bor Association. 146BAR ASSOCIATION OFFICERS DAVID LARSON .......................... President ANNE WHITTENBURG Secretary-Treasurer JOHN CAMPBELL Vice-President 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: BAR ASSOCIATION President DAVID LARSON Vice President JOHN CAMPBELL Secretary-Treasurer.................... ANNE WHITTENBURG SENIOR CLASS President ........ Vice President Secretary-T reasurer MID LAW CLASS President H. PHARRIS BROWN Vice President BURRELL JOHNSTON Secretary-Treasurer JOYCE COX STEVE TERRY EDDIE SCOTT FRANK DERAMUS FRESHMAN CLASS P'csident RONNY EARLE Vice President WAYNE MEISSNER Secretary-Treasurer ROBERT BRUNKENHOEFER PUBLICATIONS Pcrcgrinus Editor.......... HENRY ROSENBLUM Texas Law Forum Editor WAYNE GREEN HONOR COUNCIL Chairman MICHAEL GALLAGHER STUDENT ASSEMBLY Law Assemblyman ....................... CHARLES GOLDBERG Low Assemblyman . JOHN YOUNGER . . . student bar association 147The student body of the School of Law is organized as a Student Bar Association with membership automatically including every student in the Law School. Some of the objectives of the Bar Association, as set out in Article I of its Constitution, are: 1. To direct the efforts of the students toward worthy ends. 2. To promote cooperation between students and faculty. 3. To encourage association of students with members of the legal profession. The Bar Association, through the Board of Governors, sponsors and supervises most 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, locker rentals, blue books. The Texas Law Forum, The Peregrinus, and the Annual Bar Association Christmas Dance. I. To direct the efforts of tho students toward worthy ends." 2. "To promote cooperation between students and faculty." 3. "To encourage association of students with members of the legal profession."Townes Hall Film Forum JAMES BOORMAN VIRGIL ROSSER JAY MADRID The Townes Hall Film Forum, originated in 1954 by Professor Millard Ruud and student assistants, presents free weekly movies in the auditorium. Our aim is to include topics not covered in the curriculum, but which as related law subjects may be of interest to future attorneys. During the past year such diverse films as: "Nurnberg War Trials", "The Texas Prison System", and "The Constitution, Whose Interpretation" have been v ell received by law students. Film sources are television, armed forces, film libraries, and law film libraries. Prospectively, we hope to have our own film library at Texas Law School. Faculty sponsors are Asst. Dean T. J. Gibson and Professor Rcthstein. Student coordinators are James Boorman, Jay Madrid, and Virgil Rosser. 149PeresrrinusApologies to Raymond L. Kalmans whose efforts as Associated Editor were appreciated. but whose picture was omitted from this page. SANDRA L. PARKER Associate Editor B. MICHAEL CUMMINGS Business Manager ROBERT J. RISHER Associate Editor MERRILL L. HARTMAN Photography Editor 151Legal Research Board in Seated: David Stiles, Rowland Cook, Bill Pittenger, Tom Johnson, Perry Foster, Rudy Renfro, Larry Gist, Jerry Denbyle, Clark Hughes Standing: Robert Forrester, Paul Jones, Burrell Johnston, John Greenfield, Sam Rodehaver, Frank Feuille, Ed Palmer, Ar.dey Vogel, Olney Wallis. Stonewall Van Wie, George McWilliams, Gerry Brown, Louis Abernathy, Allen Johnson, Bob DeWitt, Walter Kuntz, Charles Curry. Tom Hirsch, Ross Margraves, Keith Chunn. The Legal Research Board is an organization of University Law students formed for the purpose of writing legal memoranda for practicing attorneys. In the past four years of its existence, the Board has proven the quality of its work. Attorneys throughout the State have commended the Board on its high degree of accuracy in both research and interpretive abilities, all of which is entirely student work. The purpose of the Board is to of:er the opportunity to all qualified law students at the University of Texas School of Lav to develope and improve their legal research and writing abilities by participating in actual research of legal problems submitted by attorneys. These memoranda are completed for a modest fee. The basis for selection to the Board is a requirement of twenty-four semester hours, and the quality of work v hich a candidate for Research Writer has done on a trial problem developed and distributed by the Legal Research Board Staff. The candidate for Research Writer is selected by a majority vote of the Staff solely on the basis of his work on the qualification problem. The Board is now composed of thirty-eight students. There are thirty-two Research Writers, the current Director is Olney Wallis (succeeding George Staples). The Associate Directors are presently Rowland Cook, Perry Foster, Tom Hirsch, and Ross Margraves. (The Fall Associates were Tom Hirsch, Jim Brady, Bill Kirk and Olney Wallis). Dean Byron Fullerton is the Faculty Advisor. 152Fall Directors TOMHIRSCH JIM BRADY GEORGE STAPLES BILL KIRK Olney Wallis Associate Associate Director Associate Associate Spring Directors ROSS MARGRAVES ROWLAND COOK OLNEY WALLIS PERRY FOSTER TOMHIRSCH Associate Associate Director Associate AssociateSeated: JOHN MURCHISON STEPHEN SUSMAN LARRY SCHOENBRUN MARC GROSSBERG Comment Editor Editor-in-Chief Article Editor Article Editor Standing: CRAIG PARKER REED MARTIN DICK MOORE BRIAN O'NEILL TOM CAMPBELL Research Editor Legislation Casenote Casenote Administrative Reviews Editor Editor Editor Editor The Texas Law Review was founded in 1922, by Leon Green, Ira Hildebrand, and Ireland Graves. The purpose of the Review is to publish a legal periodical which will serve to benefit the Law School, the practicing attorney, and student by providing an analysis of recent decisions, as well os timely comments, articles, and book reviews. Comments on swiftly-changing and unsettled areas of the lav are prepared by students already on the staff and by students seeking admission to it. The 1964-65 editorial staff under the leadership of Stephen D. Susman, Editor-in-Chief, has introduced numerous revisions and innovations to the existing system. Probably most significant among the innovations, was the organization of the Texas Law Review Ex-Editors Association. Generally, the purpose of the Association is to strengthen the relationship between the Review and its more than 700 ex-editors. There have also been bold and significant changes in the content of the Review itself, in the administrative details of its publication, and in the candidacy requirements. The broad effect of these and other innovations has been to lessen the load of the faculty in all phases of the publication of the Review and to place more responsibility with the students themselves. The 1964-65 staff ended the year with theTexas Law Review Banquet at the Westwood Country Club. The featured speaker was Chief Justice Roger J. Traynor of the Supreme Court of California. Although, as is customary, members of the Supreme Court of Texas, Court of Criminal Appeals, and the Court of Civil Appeals were invited, for the first time members of the federal judiciary residing in Texas were also invited. Furthermore, in conjunction with the organization of the Texas Law Review Ex-Editors Association, for the first time ex-editors of the Review stretching back to 1922 were invited. Perhaps indicative of a stamp of approval of the changes and innovations initiated by the 1964-65 staff, circulation increased almost fifteen per cent during their term of office. Repercussions from the organizational changes will, undoubtedly, be evidenced long into the future by a Review which is better organized to keep up with the needs of the Law School, the practicing attorney and the student.STEPHEN D. SUSMAN Editor-in-Chief Editorial Board 1R0bert)' Wak MA Miner. McGowan. Littleton. Bray. Oeasey. Copple, Haston $ 155YOU moan YOU WANT tho REVISIO REVISION of tho ORIGINAL REVISED REVISION REVISED? 156Law Review Business Office LEON LEBOWITZ —Frequent contributor to T.L.R.Inns of Court Program GLEN SUEREAU TOM HIRSCH Co-Chairmen CARDOZO INN Faculty Advisor John F. Sutfon Student Advisors Frank Billings Burrell Johnston Master of the Bench Bob Allen Program Chairman Couner Lam Treasurer Paula Young Secretary Wendy O Brien BRANDEIS INN Faculty Advisor Ernest E. Smith Student Advisors Tom Hirsch Sam Rodchavcr Master of the Bench Henry C. Ritchie Program Chairman Val Cook Secretary-Treasurer Vi Armour 158Tq 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 study 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. Inns of Court HOLMES INN Faculfy Advisor Corwin W. Johnson Student Advisors Charles Sage Andy Barr Master of the Bench Jerry Gibson Program Chairman Kenran Goleman Secretary-Treasurer Mike Rune BLACKSTONE INN Faculty Advisor Harry K. Wright Student Advisors Glen Suereau John Hagerman Master of the Bench Bennie Bock Program Chairman Tommy Susman Gary Beckworth Secretary-Treasurer Sharon Biber POUNDS INN Faculty Advisor E. Wayne Thodo Student Advisors Dale Friend George Shanks Master of the Bonch George Lawrence Program Chairman Mike Forticq Secretary-Treasurer George Callahan 159Spring Officers Seated: GARY LEVERING Magister KENT KIBBIE E chcquer BILL CREASEY Clerk FRANK JONES Historian Standing: GORDON DICKINSON ALLEN HARRIS BOB WACHSMUTH JACK ALBRITTON Rush Law Day Activities Publicity Adams. William K. Amis. John M. Andrews. Garland P. Barbee. Linton E. Bernstein. Richard P. Bertrand, James R. Block. Donald R. Brants. Horry M. Bray. William T. Brariel. L. M. Broesche. Travis C. Browning, Harrell Z. Butler. Duncan T. Butterfield. Jr.. William Cabaniss, John T. Cady. Thomas C. Colvin. Aubrey B. Campbell. Thomas 3. Casey. Michael Cohen. Ronald Ccomer. Jesse H. Creosey. Williom R. Croclett. Clyde H. Crosnoe. Ralph C. Crowell. Thomas N. Curson, Charles R. Dau. Ralph W. Day. Jonathan S.Doby. Robert M. Dickinson, Wilson G. Early. Cloronce F. Eck’nordt. Donald K. Eidman. Jack E. Epstein. David G. Fein. Edward K. Fleckman. Dan A. Foster. Perry T. Frank. Thoodoro D. Germer, Lawronco L. Grossborg. Marc E. Gulloy. David W. Halo, John A. Hondcrson. Thomas M. Hubert. Frank W. Huggins, H. John Jacobe. Ronald R. Jameson, Gone L. Jones. Frank G. Johnston. 8urro! D. Kibble. Kent D. Kline. Ronald C. Krugor, Jimmy W. Kuntr Weltor N. Loightman, Eugene D. Levering, Gary I.. Lowis, Joffry B. Lipscomb, Grocory O. Lipshy. Bruco A. Mecdgen, Bryan J. Marshall. John T. Martin. Crowford R. Martin. Robert S. Mixson. Sheldon Moore. D. GrohomMooro. Richard A. Murchison John L. Novins, Norman L. Notewaro, David R. Or maid, Jorral Parks Hubbard S. Patton, John Phillips, Johnny R. Petmecky. William M. Plunnott, Lowin A. Powers. John P. Putman, Frank Rodoff, Porry J. Reid. Wm. G. Rogers. Marvin Royce. Joseph Schocnbrun. Larry Scaburg, Roy See. Robert F. Seuroau, Glonn 6. Springs, Darryl M. Stallings. Paul E. Stoves. Fred B. Stool, Michoal Susman, Stophcn Swayoo, Jr.. W. S. Toauguo, Harold D. Thau, Wm. A. Thomas, Lewis P. Wachsmuth. Robert W. Wallis. Jr.. Ben A. Wallis. O. G. Whildon. Wade H. V hito. A. 5. Wilk Michael S. Wilson, Donald E. 162  Fall Officers JOHN GRAML SHERMAN KUSIN Marshal Historian STEVE TERRY Justico MIKE GALLAGHER Vice-Justice TOM HIRSCH Clork Abernathy. Louis C. Allison. Williom T. Barber. James C. Barr. William A. Bayorn, Arthur H. Beaudry. G. Ward Bickel Stophen D. Billinqs, Frank E. Bloil. Charles Bpone. Jack B. Brothors. Charles A. Brown. Gerald M. Bunkley, Thomas A. Caswell. Royal E. Chrisfio. Carter B. Chilton. Douqlas H. Coats. David S. Cook. John R. Cope. John R. Copple. Brian W. Courtright. Kenneth P. Cowdon, Thomas B. Curry, Charles N. Davis. Pat W.Dial, Don J. Evans. Dovid L. Fitzgerald. Kerry P. Flatton. Daniel V. Fleming. Tommy W. Forrester. Robert D. Gallogher, Mike Giraud. Charles W. Gist. Lowrcnco J. Goldberg. Charles N. Goodwin, Marion R. Green. Wayne E. Grconfield. John H. Greenwood. Tolbert L. Griffin. Josso M. Hole, Jim P. Harvey, Ralph C. Henry, Michael A. Hirsch. Henry T. Hoggott. Pierco A. Johnson. Carl T. Johnson. Char'os E. Jones, L. Ludwell Kirkpatrick, Edwin I. Knapp William A. Kormeier Victor A. Kusin. Sherman A. Larson, David L. Lemon. Jon M. Lomon. D. Paul Mc own, Julo G. McNutt. Jamos T. Morburger John D. Margraves. Ross D. Merrill, Roy L. Minter, Alan H. ..$AA 164 Spring Officers Left to Right: JOHN GRAML MIKEMUSICK TOM HIRSCH TOMMY FLEMING ROSS MARGRAVES BILL MEIER Vico Justice Historian Justice Rush Captain Clerk Marshal Musick, Michael C. No'son. Chariot I. Newton. John P. Nicholt. Charles L. Patton. Thomas M. Phillips. John R. Pittenger, William 8. Priddy. Louronco L. Pruitt. Ronald B. Pullman. Saul A. Rom toy. Goorgo III Renfer. A. Rudolf Jr. Roberts, Jool V. Rodohavor. Samuel C. Rutherford. Alvord B. Schaffer, John F. Schor. Larry Schuotzcborg, Jeromo H. Scott Edward R. Jr. Sharpe, Jamct Shelby Showers. James A. Sitter. Lester D. Specht. Udo H. Spillor, William G. Spivoy. R©« J. Stiles. David M. Jr. Stocking. Don A. Totem. Stove Jr. Terey, Stephen A. Tendoll. Horry L Torres. Carlos A. Townsend. Frank M. Jr. Watford, Tommy Wostbrook James W. Whitworth, Dain P. Youngdolo. Paul J. Jr. 165 We iujt love P.A.D. partieslo Officers Standing: CECIL STELL Parliamentarian Seated: DWAYNE PRUITT Socrotary LARRY JONES Treasurer KEITH TURNER President DON BUSBY Historion DAVID LUEDERS Vico President Bowlin, James H. Brookshire. Jim B. Busby, Don L. Campbell, John R. Collier. Jim Edwards. Richard Halo, Jim P. Higginbotham, Don Hobson. Don Hoohne. Charles 166Huffman, Brock Lanter, Robert Lueders. David Most. Charles Roborrs, Al Roson, Stanley Sherbert, Bill R. Staploi. Goorgo Stout Ma wcll Turner. Keith 3. Van Wie. Stonewall Wedding. James V. §n 9 O f Of I ¥ i a f J 167 . . . praetorsLeft to Right PAT TIN LEY Master of the Roles FRED STEVES Master of the Ritual MELVIN BONEAU Dean BOB HYATT Baliff FRED DAVIS Vice-Dean DON SMITH Exchoauor RONALD RAMEY Tribune Officers Adams. Gilbert T. Barbish. J. W. (Bill] Brown, Tim Burdett. Thomas L. Burns. Russell E. Chunn. Keith Clawson, Billy G. Clyborne William Cunningham Paul Y. Deramus. Franlt M. Doran. Hilary B. Fairman, Jim 168Filer. Don E. Floto. Frank M. Flatow, Marc Friend. Dale Hagman, Gary Harris. John V . Hooper. Ronnie Huttosh. Robert A. Johnston. Murray L. Jones. Paul Keeshan. James H. Loving. Kelly W. McNutt, Paul Matthews, William M. Nelson. George L. Nichols. Robert H. Quillen. Ron Ramoy. Ronold Riopcn. Charlos F. Sogc. Charles A. Smith, Donald R. Smith. Fred B. Stilwell. Richard Suckc. John H. ...A0$ Son, You’ll make a good lawyer. You have that thirst for knowledge. 169K B n International Legal Sorority ETA Chapter OFFICERS Sandra Kay Foster ............................................. Dean Anne Lancaster ........................................... Vice-Dcan Ellon Hendrix ............................................ Registrar Jan Jackson ............................................. Chancellor Duejean Clements Ann Driscoll Barbara Kazen MEMBERS Scherry Porkins Idalee Raffaelli Anne Whittenburg Jo Ann Dougall Levering Loft to Right: Loncostcr. Koran, Driscoll, Perkins, Foster, Levering, JacksonClemonts, Dujeon Driscoll. Ann Kazan, Barbara Lancaster. Anne Levering. Joe Ann Perkins. Scherry ...KBIT 7 caveat emptorSpring Executive Board First Row: Mrs. Dale T. Johnson. Treasurer; Mrs. Keith B. Turner, President; Mrs. W. Gordon Dickinson. Vico-Prosidont Socond Row: Mrs. Donald E. Lambert; Mrs. Ross D. Margraves. Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. Pierce Hog-gott Historian.Parliamentarian; Mrs. Jac’ E. Eidman, Recording Secretary; Mrs. James Showers Third Row: Mrs. Jack L. Albritton; Mrs. Michael M. Fulton; Mrs. Tomy Thomas: Mrs. Donald L. Busby; Mrs. Wayno E. Green; Mrs. Geno L. Jameson; Mrs. Jamos R. Bertrand: Mrs. Brock Huffman Law Wives Club 172FALL OFFICERS Martha Turner Corresponding Secretary Lynn Switzer Vice-President Kathy O'Neill President Elizabeth Miller Treasurer Barbara Eidman Historian-Parliarr.entarian SPRING OFFICERS Martha Turner President Jan Dickinson Vice-President Glenda Margraves Corresponding Secretary Barbara Eidman Recording Secretary Ruthie Johnson Treasurer Darlene Hoggett Historian-Parliamentarian 173 I Mrs. V oodward, Mrs. Wilkinson, and the girls.Law Bachelors Club OFFICERS Sion Whito Social Chairman Bob DeWitt Spring President Don Smith Fall President John Sucke Fall Secretory Jerry Dorsey Spring Treasurer Hal George Rush Captain Acuff, Nick Alvoid, Dennis Anderson, Vic Barker. Barry Beene. Roy 8©ck. Bennie Bond. James Byrd, Larry Carter, Jim Chunn. Keith Corbusier. Bill Cross. Clinton 174Ctrry. Charlos DeWitt, Bob Dominguoz, Soforino Dofioy, Bonnor Estrolla, Octavio Flotow, Marc Flick. Milton Floros. Paco Fly. Bill George. Hal Gibson. Mortin Halo. Jim P. Hill. James F. Holt. Judd Isham. Paul Johnston. Murray Jones. Paul Jordon. Bill Kinard, John King, Don Kormoior, Vic Kuntz, Nick McClondon, Joo Maclcod. Ed Martinez, George Otto. Byron Parker. Stan Porel, Bob {' Cat") Pool. Richard Porter, Bill Rodriguoz. Colso Runnels, Richard Sage. Chade's Skier. David Stocking, Don Sucke, John Traugutt, Ty Wostergron. Sam Wise. John J. Disciplined behavior and an abiding respoct tor the fairer so are among the precepts of the Low Bachelors Cljbtl! 175RONALD PRUITT Associate Director JOHN GRAML Director Intramural Athletics Due to the lack of proper photographic equipment ard othor unavoidable circumstances, detailed coverage of the intramural progrom was impossible. I can only apologiio, and hope that next year a solution is found fo this p'oblem. 176PHI ALPHA DELTA Football League Champions CEDAR CHOPPERS 1964 Summer Softball ChampionsOUTLAWS Basketball CEDAR CHOPPERS BasketballOUTLAWS Overall Law School Football Champions PRAETORS Basketball 179Moot Court RONALD C. KLINE Chairman The Moot Court program fosters two phases of competition in the art of advocacy — National and Hildebrand. The tv o programs are administered by the Moot Court Board of Managers. The Board is composed of the outstanding entrants in the competition of the previous year and has as its faculty director, Mr. Gaynor Kendall. During this school year, the Board has administered four separate moot court programs; the National Moot Court eliminations, the Fall Hildebrand, the Spring Hildebrand, and the State Junior Bar Moot Court eliminations. The chairman of this year’s Board has been Ronald C. Kline. The National Bracket is held each fall to determine the National Moot Court Team which represents the University of Texas Law School at the regiona tournament. This year's National Moot Court Team of Thomas Cady, Eugene Clements and Ronald Cohen won the Best Brief Award at the 1964 regional tournament. The Hildebrand Moot Court Competition is held annually at The Lav School in memory of the late Dean Hildebrand. The competition supplements student classroom work by providing a legally instructive extracurricular activity which gives participants both training and practical experience in advocacy, appellate argument, brief writing and legal research. Beginning in the fall semester, participants work as two man teams in the tournament which continues until Law Day, at which time all but two teams have been eliminated from the competition. The "moot court" is usually composed of a faculty member and two senior law students. The final round is argued before the Supreme Court of Texas on Law Day and awards are given for the outstanding speaker in the final round and for the best brief in the competition.Board of Managers Loft to Right: Sheldon Mixon, Ronald Cohen, Marc Grossberg, Johnathan Day, Reed Martin, Shelby Sharpe. Olney Wallis, Thomas Cad y, Ronald Kline National Moot Court Team EUGENE CLEMENTS RONALD COHEN THOMAS CADY. Hildebrand Finalists As the PEREGRINUS goes to press, these two teams are set to do battle at the Lav Day to determine which of them shall be the Hildebrand winners. To both of these teams, and to all of the other participants, the PEREGRINUS extends its congratulations. JONATHAN DAY SHELDON MIXON DAVID STILES OLNEY WALLISLow Doy Co-Chairmen CARTER CHRISTIE DAVID STILES Law Day 1965 J The University of Texas v as 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 body, ever larger in numbers, must meet higher and higher standards for admittance. The physical plant is second to none. 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. While it may be highly traditional, Lav Day is never dull. The combined efforts of the administration, faculty, students, and alumni have served for the past twelve years to make the annual Law Day festivities truly memorable occasions. Although this publication goes to press before the actual event, all indications are that this year's Law Day promises to be among the most interesting we have had. Many persons are ultimately responsible for a successful Law Day. Kudos are particularly in order however, for the Law Day co-chairmen and the various committee heads, who are listed below: CO-CHAIRMEN David Stiles Carter Christie SECRETARY-TREASURER Rex Spivey ASSAULT FLATTERY Merrill Hartman Stanley Rosen AWARDS Pat Davis AWARDS BANQUET Andy Barr BARBECUE Dwayne Pruitt BROCHURE Miko Casey Bill Pittenger GIRL "FRIDAY" Anne Lancaster PUBLICITY Roxanna Garcia Sam Rodehaver 183184ELTON M. HYDER, JR. -Benefactor, "Ex Coll: Hyder” -Outstanding Alumnus -1965 Law Day Dedicatee 185ROBERT F. DRINAN Dean, Boston College Law School LEO PFEFFER Chairman of the Department of Political Science, Long Island University Special Counsel of the American Jewish Congress LAW DAY SPEAKERS, 1965E. WAYNE THODE Worthy Recipient — Teaching Excellence Award 187Law Day Awards ANDREWS, KURTH, CAMPBELL JONES (Houston) $100 to the Senior student whose character and ability, in the opinion of his associates, gives the greatest promise of achieving distinction in the practice of law. . . . Roger C. Henderson BAKER, BOTTS, SHEPHERD COATES (Houston) $100 to the Outstanding senior student. . . . John L. Murchison, Jr. PHI ALPHA DELTA ACHIEVEMENT AWARD (Houston) A set of the United States Supreme Court Reports to the Senior student who, in the estimation of the faculty, shows the most promise of a constructive professional contribution to society and to the development of the legal profession, donated by Justice Tom C. Clark of the United States Supreme Court. . . . David L. Larson ROYSTON, ROYZOR COOK (Houston) $300 (total) to The Senior student or students who have made the most scholastic progress following their first year in Lav School. . . . Arthur H. Bayern . . . John F. Moorehead . . . Thomas Dwyer McNeese BAKER, BOTTS, SHEPHERD COATES (Houston) $100 to the outstanding Mid-law student. . . . Travis C. Broesche BAKER, BOTTS, SHEPHERD COATES (Houston) $100 to the Mid-law student who makes the most scholastic progress following his first year in Law School. . . . Laurent B. Webb FULBRIGHT, CROOKER, FREEMAN, BATES JAWORSKI (Houston) $150 to the outstanding Mid-law student who has earned a substantial part of his expenses while in Law School. . . . David G. Moore TROTTER, CHILDS, FORTENBACH McCLURE (Houston) $100 to an outstanding Mid-law student. . . . Alfred E. White BAKER, BOTTS, SHEPHERD COATES (Houston) $100 to an outstanding First-year student. . . . Walter D. Hester CARRINGTON, JOHNSON STEPHENS (Dallas) $100 to an outstanding First-year student. . . . Gary S. Evatt TROTTER, CHILDS, FORTENBACH McCLURE (Houston) $100 to an outstanding First-year student. . . . Larry F. Amerine JAMES, ROBINSON STARNES (Austin) The Herbert L. Smith Prize of $150 and $75 to the two students, having financial need, who have done the best student research work in the field of administrative law. . . . Lynn R. Coleman $150 . . . Thomas L. Healey $ 75 VINSON, ELKINS, WEEMS SEARLS (Houston) $100 to the outstanding student in the field of oil and gas lav , who is to be selected by the faculty on the basis of grades, research and writing in the field of oil and gas law. . . . W. Randolph ElliotLaw Day Awards ANDREWS, KURTH, CAMPBELL JONES (Houston) $100 (total) to the student, or students, who have contributed most in an extracurricular way to the welfare of the Law School. JARRELL GARONZIK (Dallas) "Hildy's Cutback Award" of $100 to a law student who, by virtue of failure or success, intransigence or adaptability, personality or persistence, handicaps or ability, or perhaps simple mundane magnetism, captures the imagination and respect of the Law Faculty. . . . Stanley W. Rosen FRANK MALONEY (Austin) An award in the field of Criminal Law. To be presented to the student writing the best paper for the Law Review or in a seminar or for a special research project in the field of Criminal Law. . . . Harold D. Teague FULBRIGHT, CROOKER, FREEMAN, BATES JAWORSKI (Houston) To an outstanding Senior student. . . . Thomas C. Cady To an outstanding Mid-law student. . . . Thad T. Hutcheson To an outstanding First-year student. . . . Hugh C. Wilfong BUTLER, BIN ION, RICE, COOK KNAPP (Houston) To a student showing excellence in the field of Procedure, $150. . . . Stephen A. Wakelfield VERNON LAW BOOK COMPANY AND WEST PUBLISHING COMPANY A $50 gift certificate and a set of McCormick and Ray on Evidence to the two Mid-lav students who have most improved their scholastic avera.ge during the year. . . . Jesse H. Coomer $50 . . . Robert G. Hallam Books PHI ALPHA DELTA OUTSTANDING SENIOR AWARD A certificate awarded by the National Fraternity to the outstanding Senior member of the Tom C. Clark Chapter on the recommendation of his fellows. . . . David S. Coates PHI ALPHA DELTA OUTSTANDING ALUMNUS AWARD A certificate awarded by the National Fraternity to the outstanding alumnus for the current year based on the Chapter's determination. . . . George Gilkerson PRAETOR OUTSTANDING SENIOR AWARD To the Senior member making outstanding fraternity contributions and whose record gives promise of substantial service to the profession. . . . John R. Campbell INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE COUNSEL A one-year subscription to the Insurance Counsel Journal and a plaque awarded to the outstanding student in the several areas of the law most closely related to insurance. . . . Linton F. Barbee LAW WIVES PRESENTATION . . . Ernest G. Boardman, Jr. INNS OF COURT AWARD. . . Taney Inn . . . Thomas L. Burdett, Pres. LEGAL RESEARCH BOARD AWARDS. . . Ross D. Margraves, Jr. . . . Perry T. Foster . . . John R. Cook . Dale T. Johnson A 189Assault Flattery Co-Chairmen STANLEY ROSEN MERRILL HARTMAN 190Due to time limits imposed by the publisher, we were unable to get pictures of Assault and Flattery. We anticipate much, and salute those who have participated.(Eertfirate 3b Amarbeb As a reflection of tip appreciation of tl|e stubent bobn Jn recognition of tl|c bistinguisbeb recorb of stubent leabersljip ntabe bp g ?ttuir i rbnla£fu‘ Arlitenement This Certificate of Merit is Awarded as a Reflection of the Appreciation and the Esteem of the Faculty; Staff and Student Body. for being life stubent fot|o, since liis first year, tias most intprotteb t|is scholastic average. ®lje Inmerattg of Sexas f clfool of Haw Extracurricular OJoutriluttioa FOR BEING SELECTED BY THE FACULTY AND STUDENTS AS CONTRIBUTING MOST IN AN EXTRACURRICULAR WAY TO THE WELFARE TO THE LAW SCHOOL. ,3ln recognition of tire bistinguisbeb achievements anb in grateful acknofolebgment iltyj’s Cutback FOR BEING SELECTED AS THE LAW STUDENT WHO. BY VIRTUE OF FAILURE OR SUCCESS. INTRANSIGENCE OR ADAPTIBILITY, PERSONALITY OR PERSISTENCE. HANDICAPS OR ABILITY. OR PERHAPS. SIMPLE MUNDANE MAGNETISM. CAPTURES THE IMAGINATION. HUMOR. AND RESPECT OF THE LAW FACULTY. Promise of Bistiuciiou FOR BEING SELECTED BY THE FACULTY AND STUDENTS AS THE SENIOR STUDENT WHOSE CHARACTER AND ABILITY GIVE THE GREATEST PROMISE OF ACHIEVING DISTINCTION IN THE PRACTICE OF LAW. Sexaa Har Association 192MISS ELLEN HENDRIX MISS SANDY PARKERThis honorary society was founded at the University of Texas School of Lav in 1912. Since that time only six hundred and fourteen members have been elected. Many of these past members have distinguished themselves by attaining responsible positions in the legal profession and on the bench. The Chancellors exist only at the University of Texas and are truly a 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 eight senior students are chosen in the Fall semester and only eight mid-law students are chosen in the Spring semester. The ceremony for initiating the new chancellors is secret and is performed after the members of the society dressed in their robes enter classes which are 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. Chancellorsru . li wlMl ROGER HENDERSON Vice Chancellor DAN MILLER Clerk MARC GROSSBERG Keeper of the Peregrinus 200 NOT PICTURED: LARRY YORK Summer GraduateRICHARD MOORE Chancellor at Large BRIAN O’NEILL Chancellor at Large FRED BITTNER Chancellor at Large 201 . . . spring chancellorsSCHERRY PERKINS Keeper of the Peregrlnus . . . fall chancellors LARRY SCHOENBRUN Vice Chancellor JOHN MURCHISON ClerkTERRY BRAY Chancellor at Large STEVE WAKEFIELD Chancellor at Large WILLIAM CREASY Chancellor at Large 203 LARRY LITTLETON Chancellor at LargeTHOMAS B. CAMPBELL Consul Awards The Consul Award is conferred annually upon the twelve or more law students who by their participation in extracurricular activities have made the most significant contributions to the Law School. The secret committee selecting prospective awardees considers the benefits which had accrued to lav students and others as a direct result of the activities of the individual in question. The mere holding of an office or organization membership is not sufficient, but an appraisal is made of the service rendered by the student while serving in such positions. While the scholastic standing of the Consuls is important, it is but one of many factors, and is not controlling. Each Consul is presented with an award on Law Day by the Dean or one of the Assistant Deans acting upon recommendation of the Society of the Peregrinus. 204WAYNE E. GREEN . . . consul awards 205 JOHN A. GRAML MICHAEL T. GALLAGHER FRANK M. DERAMUS DAVID S. COATSMARC E. GROSSBERG MERRILL L. HARTMAN I HENRY T. HIRSCH DAVID L. LARSON . . . consul awards GARY L. LEVERING RONALD C. KLINE207 GEORGE A. STAPLES, JR.. . . consul awards. . . Acknowledging The -following individuals, or organizations, have contributed generously to the publication of this book. Its financial success this year will rest, in part, on'their continuing support of the Law School and its endeavors. SOUTHWESTERN SAVINGS ASSOCIATION Rex G. 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