Victoria College - Pirate Yearbook (Victoria, TX)

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1953 0. 1 k i S ' 1 1 1 li i T£ .AS V-:V 3a4ic (? C n n s BUILDINGS CAMPUS LIFE ADMINISTRATION FACULTY SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN FEATURES ORGANIZATIONS SPORTS The administration building is the center of academic life on the campus. Here are faculty and administrative offices, classrooms, laboratories, and the library. ■ jj 1 lie home economics cottage combines the teaturcs ol u modern home with large food and clothing laboratories for class instruction. " H In the indujtnal arts building are the wood shop, metal shop, drafting laboratory, classrooms, and offices for the vocational school. The gymnasium is the heart of the athletic program. It contains the basketball court and dressing rooms. The men ' s dormitory is their home away from home during school. Here they eat, sleep, work, and study. Looking down the walkway toward the student union which is the recreation center on the campus where the students relax between classes, eat at the snack bar, dance, and play ping pong. Looking Jdwn on the home economics cottage, industrial arts building, student union building, men ' s dormitory, and parking lot from the top of the ad- ministration building. PI ' , A w 77T7I Sweetheart candidates and their dates doing the Grand March at the spring formal. Tommy Smothers received the first McCan scholar- ship award at the commencement exercises. r . Glenn H o f f m a n, Dennis Williams, Pat Bell, Bill Holzapfel display banner won at San Angelo Meet. SPRING EVENTS of 1952 Norman Miksch and George Gordon won honors at the Regional Tournament. JO ANN BAILEV 1952 Colle.yc Sweetheart JO ANN and her escort. JAMES ROBERTSON EARLY FALL ACTIVITIES 1. The office secretary helps Charles Sturm plan his SLhcdule. 2. Cheerleader election was first on the agenda of elections. 3. The Faculty met to plan for the new students. 4. Teachers enjoyed the Faculty dmner as a pre-school acti ity. 5. Henry Bullock received hk track letter at the first assembly. 6. Members of the newly organized Sabcrette team began to be seen together. 7. Ynacensio Cantu was another to be proud of his track |acket. HOMECOMING 1. Shirley Burda is the center of attraction at the half-time ceremonies as she receives flowers from Student Council President, Bruce Ba ' well. 2. The Queen poses with her escort Mike Trcka and other attendants in her court. 3. It looks like a conga line, but they are singing the fight song at the rally. 4. The cheerleaders are leading the rally held at the DeLeon Plaza. 5. Sthulzc ' s and Farrow ' s singing seems to have caught Burda ' s attention. 6. The Pirate cheerleaders presented the Wharton cheerleaders with a football of flowers. ACTIVITIES 1. Jack Kerr, Master of Ceremonies at the dance, introciuces the Queen and her court. 2. Shirley is leading the group in the traditional Grand March. 3. Couples at the dance seem to be having an enjoyable time. 4. Cookie, Billy, Richard, Mary, Morbeck, Karen, and Frank enjoy watching. 5. The 1-52 Homecommg Queen, Karen Krenek, Co-Captains Marek and Schaerdel repeat last year ' s performance. 6. Some of the E. es present pose around the refreshment table. FRESHMAN PICNIC 1. Mildred, Suzie, Bruce, and Mr. MacEnroe prepare the food. 2. The food is always the main attraction. 3. Everyone seems to be busy roasting wieners. 4. Mr. Collins led the group singing at the party. PHI THETA KAPPA TEA 5. The Phi Theta Kappas pose with some of their guests. 6. The occasion is the tea for the Honor Roll Stu- dents given by the Phi Theta Kappa. -ti « % - ;3 " H 1. Spring trainint; in 19 2. 2. Pirates waiting in lobby of hotel in San Angelo, Oct. 4. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Moore and family enjoy watcliing the Pirates perform. 4. Coaches Shinn, Evans, and Goforth watch the game from the sidelines. 5. Pirate, Billy Box, seems to have gone through the Schreiner line. 6. The Saberettes performed to " Shine on Harvest Moon " at half-time. CHRISTMAS SEASON ACTIVITIES ' l.v ' A .•-•, ' V L ,-r 1 1. Jimmy Lcur, Pat Andres, Frances Blakeney, and Wilda Walker start the job of trimming the school trees. 2. The Home Economics Club always enjoys a Christmas party too. 3. -Tree decoratmg was fun at the Dormitory Open House, December n. 4. Mrs. Stormont served the guests at the Open House. 5. This group musi be enjoying the Christmas Dance, December 18. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Moore and daughter are being served by Berniece Ray at the party. 1. Freshmen hold their class meetings in the gym with otticcrs in charge. 2. Dr. Stormont, Mr, Howell seem to ha e the Sophomores ' attention. 3. Miss Jones, Dr. Stormont help the students enroll and arrange sthedulcs. 4. Our cheerleaders are always full of school spirit. " i. Mr. Moore, Rita Pratt, Mrs. Elliott make plans for the Blood Program. 6. Home Economics students recruit contributors for the Program, Nov. 12. Life in the Boys ' Dormitory r Student Union Activities 1. Miss Adair and Mary Finehout received the charter for the Science Club. 2. Refreshments were enjoyed after the pre- sentation. 3. New members of Phi Theta Kappa were officially initiated by the officers. The Student Council honored the Seniors from Victoria and surrounding towns with a tea. Emily Weber, Miss Hunter and Grace Sturm assisted in serving. Carol Gibson allows Dr. Stormont to sign the register as Mrs. Stormont and Mrs. Moore visit. ■iit -. i II 1 m Wi i i Jp : ( « «t afB l- ' -v ' vJt •- - u ?u afc «]i zsr.-3PS_ Jack Nunnally as Master of Ceremonies at the Spring Formal introduced the College Sweetheart, Jo Ann Noll, her escort, Joe Enos. and the court. Miss Noll and Mr. Enos lead the group in the Grand March. Among the celebrities we sec Mr. Howell, Jo Ann and Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. Goforth. Faculty members have to take it as well as dish it out. « The Baptist students formed an active Baptist Student Union. r- ' -r- r 9dRMir af 1 Mrs. Elliott, Charlene Marshall, and Gerolean Gisler greeted Miss Mary Ruth Kelly at the Home Economics Club tea. Rita Pratt, Mildred Blanton, Mari- lyn Pagan, Pat Andres, and Shirley Burda were candidates for Home- coming Queen. Marilyn Pagan, Ruby Gottschalt, Bobbie Joan Striedel, Betty Metting, Gloria Marthiljohni, Emily Weber, Betty Posey, Mary Margaret Horn- burg, and Pat Andres composed the house party at the Home Economics Club tea. Q % ri Above: The intra-squad track meet during Western Week. Left: The track team just before taking off for Hutchinson, Kansas. J The Class of ly ' i.S listens to Senator [ohn J. Bell ' s commencement address. Class president and aledictorian Morbeck Sumner receives his diploma. Jim Schuchert and Vastine Mueller were awarded the McCan scholarships. Mr. Fred Proctor gixes Marilyn Fa an, salutatorian, her diploma. f I n CUSTODIAL STAFF PAY ION RANSOME Ai ' t$ T-.W ARTHUR STEWARD .- " t I ' i K CLARICE MILES EUGENIO CASTILLO t-v ,1 ' • Vtx3 BOARD of TRUSTEES Dr. C. P. Montier, Arvle Elliott, Raymond W. Hill, Joseph Wcarden, Roy McFaddin, F. C. Proctor, Winston L. Zirjacks. President JOSEPH WEARDEN Seer eta fs F. C. PROCTOR, JR. Vice President WINSTON L. ZIRJACKS President J. D, MOORE v Dean JOHN W. STORMONT 3 r ' m 1 M ' ' H i r i t A HESHr 1 ■s LICILLE ADAIR Biol()t;y R. E. BFARD Scicnce-Mathtmatas MRS. LOUISH BROWNE Speech ROY G. BROWNE Asst. Bus. Manager WILBUR COLLINS Music MRS. MARY DOUGHTIE English-Spanish MRS Rl ' TH ELLIOTT Home Economics HESTER EVANS Physical Education ESTHER ETZEL Physical Education HAROLD GARDNER Chemistry ART GOEORTH English KYLE HARDESTY Business Administration JK . ' ]. D HOW i;i I. Director of StuJent Personnel Eduiation-History UNA T. HUNTER English lEW ELL HL DLER Dean of X■omen Social Studies LEONA JONES Assistant Dean and Registrar Business Administration S8 V. T. KALLUS Co-ordinalor Vocational School Agriculture- HANS LINDENBERG German p. J. McEnroe Mathematics " - ' " tiDUAKD 00000( I DOOOOOf M fi ' HAROLD J. NICHOLS Business Administration ii-dKHiM .1 , 1 |t " - . . ' ■ LOIS PARKER Librarian WILLIAM STEELE Industrial Arts E. C. SHINN Dean of Men Mathematics ETHEL THLIRMOND Art STAFF MEMBERS GLENNA B. BROCK Secretary to the Dean MRS. LELA BEARD Secretary to the President MRS. ARTHUR C. C.OFORTH Dormitory House Mother MRS. EVELYN Till IZER Veterans Vocational School Secretary ia MRS. MILLIE DICKINSON Dormitory Dietitian MRS. ESTELI.E EVANS Snack Bar Manager N :v:r K TTVn) SOPHOMORE OFFICERS AND SPONSORS Standing: Mr. Hardcsty, Cienc Knij;ht. laik Nunnally. Morbeik Sumner. Geor.ue Gordon. Seated: Mr. Howell. Miss Adair, Shirley Burda. Marilyn Fapan. Pitudent MORBECK SUMNI R fi .. » I.I « w 11: t, t1 fl )L. M9 %. aw .. ! J . Secit ' l.nt Marilyn Fac.an 1ac:k NrNNALi.i- r- ' r.mr.-z Mia fmm " I Pat Andres Cheerleader 52-53. Who ' s Who 52-53, School Favor- ite 52-53. PIRATE Staff 51, 53. Sec. of Student Council 52-53. X ' SA 51-52, Science Club 51-52, Newman Club 51, 53. Bruce Bagwell Football 51, 52. Phi Theta Kappa 51. 53. Student Council 51-52, Pres. Student Council 52-53 Ener Club 51-52. Bonnie Fav Berrvhill Edna Chorus 52-53. Ann Nell Biehunko Victoria Phi Theta Kappa 52-53, WSA 51, 53. HE Club 52-53. New- man Club 51. 53. Saberettes 52-53. KiRBv Billo Coli.id Track 51, 53, Engr. Club 52-53, Vice Pres. Engr. Club 52-53. Ben Wayne Boehnke Riverside Jolly Roger Staff 52-53. Track 51, 53, Football 51, 52. Billy Box Houston Student Council 51-52. Dormitory Council 51, 53, Vice Pres. Freshman Class 51-52, Football 51, 52, Phi Theta Kappa 52-53. Who ' s ' W ' ho 52-53. Luther C. Boysen Citero Aggie Club 51, 53. Sec. of Aggie Club 52-53. % , 4 Henry Bui lock 1 1 Miirifue Track 5 1-5 J. Football il-i2. Shirli:v Burda YortlrjtlH Sludenl Council 52-53, Wtsltrn Week Sweetheart 51-52, HomeeominK Queen 52-55, Who ' s Who 52- 53. Saberelt ' e Scirctary 52-53, HE Club 51-53, Busi- ness Club 52-53, Pir.ile Staff 52-53, Albert Camp San Antonio Football 51-53. Jo Ruth Campbell Viclori.i Inocensio Cantu El Cjmpfj Track 51-53, Who ' s Who 51-52, Spanish Club 51-53, Newman Club 52-53. Don Cline Sjh Benito Football 52-53. Hal Dean Coleman Hunt St ille Basketball 51-53, Jolly Roger Staff 52-53, William Marvin Cornett Cuero BA Club 51-52, Pirate Staff 52-53. v Jack Davig Stella Covarrubias ViciiJiij Phi Theta Award 51-52, Phi Theta Kappa 51-53, BA Club 51-53, Newman Club 52-53. James Crow Beeiille Football 52-53. Bernardine Dworaczyk Long Molt Most Popular Girl 52-53, WSA President 51-53, HE Club 51-53, Saberettes 52-53, Tennis 51-53, 2nd place singles table tennis 52, 1st in Doubles. Edwin Emerson Port Ljiiic.i Aggie Club 51-53. Joe Ends V ctor a Most Popular 52-53, Basketball 51-53. i N. . V Maril ' in Pagan Refugio Phi Theta Kappa 51-53, Who ' s Who 51-53, BA Club 51-52, HE Club 51-53, Pirate Staff Editor 51-53, Saberettes 52-53, Secretary-Treasurer Class 52-53. Ken Farrow Chitrlotte Football 51-52, BA Club 52-53. I ff - iV I )HN I-i;rkara ■ X. H y» i On lo.itb.ill ' li ' ii. B.iskclball. Bobby Fuik.u Yrj.li llll UA Club ■51- ' 5}. ' T ' v Dan Gati-s Hum oil liiskilball 51-52. Football 52-53, jolly Roi;c-r .Staff 52-53. Griu)i.i A.N " Gi i.KR I ' C ' li.l hi; Club 51-53. VCSA 51-53. Art Club 52-53. Choru.s Club 51-53. ri.ic Bcircr 52-53. Prtsidcnt o f hi: Club 52-53. Grace Gisler V CIOIhl Who ' s X ' ho 52-53. BA Club 51- 53. HE Club 51-52. X ' SA 51- 55. 1st plate Conference Tennis 51-52. All Around in PE 51-52. Mary Gon; ai.es Poll L.lliH-.l BA Club 51-53. HE Club 51-53, President of Spanish Club 52-53. George Gordon Houston Basketball 51-53. Dorm Council 52-53. Student Council 52-53. Shirley Graham ' icloii.i Band 51-52. Jolly Ro.qer Staff 51-53. RiCHARii Grfene I ' idol I.I Spanish Club ■Sl-5:, Annual Staff 51-5.V Ait Club 52-53. Newman Club 52-53. Jolly Roptr 52-53. GuNUVA Grossman EJn.: W ' SA 51-52. HE Club 52-53. Art Club PiesiJent 52-53. CLAinr Harland Tt .n h.iiLi Engr. Club 51-52. Football 51- 52. Vi-.R.xoN Harris Science Club 51-52, Engr. Club 52-53. Ti-eas, Encr. Club 52-53. Da.niel Hhller I ' ictori.i Apgie Club 51-52 . Football 52- 53. Virginia Horvath Victoria Saberettes 52-53. 5 . Jerrv House Carr ' izo St " iiigf Track Squad 51-52, 52-53. Mavis Jaschke Victoiiti BA Club 51-53. HE Club 51-53. Phi Theta Kappa 51-53. ' W ' SA 51-53. Band 51-53. Tennis 51-53. Sec. of Phi Theta Kappa 51-52. Johnny Kellhy lljlUlliiille President BA Club 51-52. Gene Knight GjU ' IU Ptirk Football Letter 51-53. Student Council 52-53. Ronnie Koss La Grange Track 51-53. BA Club 52-53, Newman Club 52-53. Robert Lawson Be e I ill e Science Club 51-52, Phi Theta Kappa 51-52, Engr. Club 52-53, Treasurer Phi Theta Kappa 51- 52. Jerry McLaren Cuero Helen Machost Vuloriii Spanish Club 51-52, HE Club 52-53, Newman Club 52-53, Pi- rate Staff 52-5 3. Mary Frances Mahula Vicloriii Choral Club 51-52, Newman Club 51-53, HE Club 51-53, Vice President of Choral Club, Treasurer Newman Club. Noble Malik PLiceJo BA Club 51-53. Charlene Marshall Most Attractive Girl 52-53. Vice Pres. HE Club 52- 53, Sec. BA Club 52-53. Gloria Marthiljohni Who ' s Who 52-53. Sec. of Newman Club 51-52, Vice Pres. Newman Club 52-5 3. HE Treas. 51-53, BA Club 52-53. ' ' t " Carolyn Martin Victori.i Spanish Club 51-52, WSA 51-52. Nolan Martin Victoria Most Attractive Boy 52-53. i Norman Miksch Vl jelder Jolly Roger Staff 51-53, Basket- ball Letter 51-53. Tennis 51-52. Thomas Miksch W ' jelder Basketball Letter 51-53. Frances Minkert Edna Tennis 51-53, Asst. Editor Pirate Staff 51-53, WSA 51-53, Jolly Roger Staff 51-52, BA Club 51-52, Saberettes 52-53. Vastine Mueller Victoria Science Club 51-52, Veteran ' s Club 52-53. Jo Anm Noil. ' icloii.i rrtshmjn Tavoritc " iXSl. Viic Prcs. Newman Club V-35. Prcs. BA Club 52-5}. HE Club 52-5i. Chorus M-52. Jolly Roger Staft 53- ?. Jack Nunnai.lv Via 01 ill Student Council 51-5}. Class Editor of Annual 52- 5,V Basketball Letter 51-5}. Pres. Freshman Class 51-52. Vice Pres. Sophomore Class 52-53. Pres. Student Council 53. ff ) Gl E.v Pattlrson San Ait oiiio Track 51-53. Football Letter 51, 52. Joan Randall Ednj HE Club 51-53. BA Club 52-53. Berniece Ray Viclniia Program Chairman HE Club 52- 53. Chorus 52-53. HE Club 51- 53. Charlaine Rigamonti yictori.i Vice Pres. Spanish 52-53. Pres. Newman Club 52-53. BA Club 51-53. Charlotte; Rowand ] ' icloyi,i James Schlchert Victoria Science Club Vice Prcs. 51-52. Sec. Engr. Club 52-53. Charlhs Schiu.zi; Del iiu Aggie Club 51-52. Track M.in.igcr, Football Man- ager 51-53. Kfnnfth Sikhs Port L.I! .11.1 Science Club 51-52. Engr, Club 52-53. -) y V- ' V j-M BiLLin Smiga Inez Aggie Club Treas. 52-53. Richard Smith Vandeihih Bobbie Joan Striedel Victoria Historian HE Club 52-53. BA Club 52-53. WSA 51-52. George St. Romain Aransas Pass Newman Club 52-53, BA Club 52-53. Track 52-53. Charles Stl ' rm Pori Lai jc.i Vice Pres. Science Club 52-53. Pres. Engr. Club 52- 53, Class Editor of Annual 51-52. MoRBECK Sumner Houston Pres. of Class 52-53. Football Letter 51, 52. Football Captain 52, Phi Theta Kappa 51-53. Student Coun- cil 51-53. BA Club 51-52. Ptoov Sunday Cuero WSA 51-52. HE Club 51-52, Art Club 51-52. Rov Templin Suriery Track Squad 52-53. Band 51-53. Chorus 51-52. Richard Thurman El Paso Phi Thcta Kappa Pres. 52-53, Football Letter 51, 52, Who ' s Who 52-53. Tommy Tinkhr Football 51-52. Spanish Club 52- 53, Newman Club. Basketball 52-53. Jeanette Totah Victoria BA Club 51-53, Reporter BA Club 52-53. HE Club 51-53, Newman Club 51-53, Jolly Rog- er 51-53, Chorus 51-53. Raymond Totah Victoria Science Club 51-53, Engr. Club 52-53. M- w. . Dolores Tyng Victoria Saberettes 52-53, HE Club 52-53, Spanish Club 51-53. Monte Walker Victoria Phi Theta Kappa 51-53, Pres. Chorus 51-52, Pres. of Band 52-53, Jolly Roger 52-53, Band 51-52, Ten- nis 52-53. WiLDA Lee Walker Gan.ido HE Club 5:-53. Don Webb Victoria Jolly Roger Staff 52-53. „-.:,. .- -f i-. Emily Weber Victoria Phi Theta Kappa 51-53, Treas. of Science Club 51-52. Choral 52-53, WSA 51-53. HE Club 51- 53. Band 52-53. Mary Frances Whatley Port Lavaca Herman White Victoria Vice Pres. Engr. Club 51-52, Engr. Club 51-53, Band 51-i2, Veteran ' s Club 52. Calvin Dale Wilkerson Bdn.i Art Club 52-53. Ira Williams Fort Lavaca Joe Williams Ganado Aggie Club 52-53, Football Letter 52, Vice Pres. Aggie Club 52-53. JoHNNlU WlllllKS » ' « ' T - - ' L ' icli iia R £_ HrriubM. }. W ' ll LIAM YEACjER ( • AltlHUIS PtII.I Ti.uk Manager 51- 2. Band 51-52. I Our Sophomores ha c many % Hi i " ' and aricd interests. i HV oc Williams and Leon Jack- ■— - Emily Weber, Mavis Jasehke ° " - ' ■ • J and Gerolean Gisler. { j( 4r ■ Buddy Gallemore ■ Grace Gisler I , lllllll Miss Etzel and Don Webb P ' ; XS3 R 1 bJ u M s 1 WN. " 1 • .- ' FRESHMAN CLASS OIFICERS AND SPONSORS St.itiJin ; Mr. Collins. Mr. MiEnroc. lames Cunts, Alien Pttr.ish. Seated: Cookie Rcuter. Mildred Blanton. Mrs. Douphtie. Billy Nichols. Prcsideni MII.DRID HI. ANTON COOKIE RF.in P.R Trfjuirex ALLEN PETRASH DONALD RAY ALBRECHT Cuero GEORGE ERNEST ALLD Port Arthur JOE DON BANKS Cleveland MAURINE FAVE BARKER Victoria I ' GARY DOLIGLAS BARNETT Luling MARTHA ANN BAROS Victoria FLORENT ALBERT BASSE, JR. San Antonio JEANENE JUNE BECKER Inez ARTHUR LEE BENNETT Victoria CHESTER MORRIS BENNETT Victoria RICHARD BROWNING Edna ROBERT L, CANTON Port Lavaca KENNETH WAYNE BLACK Int FRANCES ADELE BLAKENEY Yoakum MILDRED JEAN BLANTON Viitdiia MARY LOLTSE BROWN Victoria JAMES P. CARNES Baytown RI.T)Y P. CHIMCHAL Hallettsville LESLIE EL ' GENE COLE Edna BETSY CROBER Port Lavaca TOMMY Cl ' RLEE Edna FRANK J. DARBY Port Arthur EARL V. DAVIS Victoria DENNIS R. DEDEAR Yoakum SARAH JEAN DICK Victoria CHARLES DOUGHDRILL Victoria DORIS LOLI EDDY Victoria MARY EDGAR Victoria I KENNETH ERWIN Victoria TOMMY FETZER Edna -- . , MARY RnA FINEHOLT Viitoria GEORGE S. I REDERICK Austin BARBARA ANN GENTY Refugio RICHARD GEYER, JR. Victoria CAROL SUE GIBSON Victoria RITH GONZALES Port Lavaca LUPE ROBLES GONZALES Victoria CHARLES HAYNES Austin RL ' BY NELL GOTTSCHALT Weesatche MARY LOnSE GRIPP Victoria CARL BUFORD HARDING Victoria CHESTER HARRISON Woodsboro Sl ' ZANNE HAUSMAN Victoria CLARENCE HAYNES Vanderb ilt JEDDIE HOFFMAN Victoria MAR - MARGARET HORNBURG Victoria DONALD HORST Cucru EMILY ANN HOWELL Victoria JAMES HUDGEONS Victoria LYNETTE ELAINE HYAK Victoria S - ' . h- ii CLAK1.N 1 in ' ATT VKtilll.l JAMES JACKSON Nf.irkli.im DARDEN G. JACOB Victoria ALLEN JANK Goliad ALMA LOnSE JECKER Vutori.i X■|LLIAM KELLETT Bryan DONALD KEMP Victoria JACK KERR Victoria EDNA JEAN KEY Yoakum WALTER WAYNE KEY Victoria -T- W JOHN NX ' ILLIAM KOENIG Cuero ALEXANDER KOTZEBUE Moultdn JOYCE KRAJCIK Victoria EMIL KUTACH Inez JEROME KUTACH Vnton.i KENNETH LARSON Viitoria MARTHA LASTRO Victoria CLIFTON C. LEE Freer DON C. LEISSNER Victoria JAMES LEHRER Victoria VERNON JAMHS I.F.l ' R Vkiihu ANIIA I.INNi: ' ! ' R(.tu,i;io ROXAI.D UNA Hay City i Ai TY McDowell Ldn.i JUAMTA ANN MLEK Ciicro BEITY J. ME ' l ' l ING Goliai JUDITH MILLER Victoria MAR- - MORRIS VKtOIKl BOHH ' i ' MORROW Edna ROBERTA WEILL Port Lavaca BILLY NICHOLS Victoria JAMES OPIELA San Antonio - ••• ' .•n t.« ' v. r ;;, X ' ILLIAM E. OUTLAW Victoria STANLEY POOLE Austin RICHARD PECKHAM San Antonio ALLEN PETRASH Ganado FLORENCE PIEPER Victoria BETTY C. POSEY Victoria PATSY ANN POWER Edna RITA JO PRATT Cuero I R. PRflTT I.i X ' ard JOE QUINN Edna PALI. REIXKE Victoria ALFRED RENDON ' Port Lavata M. DOLORES REUTER Victoria CLARENCE RHODES Victoria HAZEL " W ' . ROBINS Victoria LEONARD ROHAN Victoria RAIL ROSAS Victoria JAMES RYAN Victoria DANIEL SAENZ Victoria CAROLYN SUTHERLAND Victoria s i GENE SELBY Victoria CARL SHOFFIT Pasadena lULIA SILVA Victoria GEORGE SIMONS Edna CHARLES L. SMITH Ganado WILLIAM SNIFFEN Oyster Bay. N. Y. ff ' i STANLEY SPACEK Richmond CARLETON SPECK Victoria J F. A STARK Victoria LEWIS STEPHENSON ROBERT STOLTZ Victoria GRACE M. STURM Port Lavaca JOSEPH TANECKA " W ' est Point YVONNE TEMPLIN Nursery m " j 4 k t _ JOHN C. THIGPEN Cuero BETTY TRABER Victoria MIKE TRCKA Ganacio ROBERT TUCKER Yoakum Ki8»j CAROL TURNER Edna ANITA TYNG Victoria 17 ESTES VAN DYKE Victoria CLINTON J. VOELKEL Ganado L, THOMAS WALKER Port La aca LEWIS WATSON Edna JAMES WEBER Victoria THOMAS E, YAWS Victoria WALLACE W ILLIAMS Seadritt MARILYN WILSON Edna ELLIS CRISWELL Victoria LEON JACKSON Austin MARGARET KORGES Victoria YVONNE WILSON Victoria JO ' iCELYN WOFFORD Victoria SUTTON YOUNG Rosenberg JOE ZAMBRANO, JR. Carrizo Springs LEVERETT BOESEVCETTER Victoria EDWIN CARPENTER Victoria PATS ' ' LINDSAY Victoria JOE A. RUIZ Victoria EDITH STEPHENS Victoria 1 I ZZZZ i z ZZ3 777771 COLLEGE SWEETHEART % .. % 1 f ,«i ' f .■ ' ?« ' %(? « HOMECOMING QUEEN ' . _; AhSap a e Ifiu. ' c MOST POPULAR GIRL ' u irc ( nd e ■ MOST POPULAR BOY ike c O -p pn rT tsS lk fc » ,-Ji .,.._ - P fiuUl SOPHOMORES Ruby Gottschalt and Jay Pruitt - !. , •• — JW f " " ' ■ ' ig T u mzM i ' re SOPHOMORES Charlene Marshall and Nolan Martin FRESHMEN Betty Posey and Lewis Stephenson Who ' s GLORIA MARTHILJOHNI, of Victoria, has been a inajortltL- in llic hand tor two years. Besides her twirling ahility, Ciloria is exceptionally competent stholastically, proven by her nieiiibcrship in Phi Theta Kappa. She- is also in her second term ot ot- fite as treasurer ol the HE. C. uh. BRUC H BACtWELL. from Tcxarkana, is an engi- neering major. As president of the Student Council, a member of Phi Theta Kappa, And .i top-notdi toot- ball player, Bruce is a popular liyure here on the campus. MARILYN l-AGAN, president of Phi Theta Kappa and secretary of the Sophomore class, is . from Re- fugio, Texas. PIRATE editor for two years, Marilyn is a B.B.A. major; and she rates as one of V. C. ' s most outstandms; students. Who RICHARD THURMAN, sciond-ytar lettcrm.in on tlic tootb.ill team, i- an (.-n inccrm i; maior trom El P.iso. Texas. He ser ed as president ol Phi Theta Kappa and lett .in outstandinij sthnlastK record be- hind him. Ttr- BILL KELLETT made a splendid contribution to the life of Victoria College during the school year 19 1203. His constant cheerfulness made many friends and was a source of help and encouragement to all who knew him. His talents were used without limit for the benefit of both groups and individuals. He participated wholeheartedly in the work ot many organizations, and he found time to compile a cred- itable academic record. PAT ANDRES, of Victoria, is noted for her leader- ship on the campus. She has been on the annual staff two years, and is a cheerleader, secretary ot the Student Council, and a member of the NeNsman Club. Besides this, Pat was honored by being voted the all-school favorite yirl. 1 vV y 1 1 w MORBECK SUMNHR, from Houston, is a B.B.A. major, president of the Sophomore class, and a mem- ber ot Phi Theta Kappa. He has lettered two years on the Pirate football squad, and he is a member ol the Student Council. Who ' s SH1KI.1-.1 ' BUKDA is an all-round irl at Vatoria College. As a I ' reshnian, she took honors as West- ern Week Sweetheart; and as a Sophomore she was elected Honieioming Queen. Shirley is from York- town and is an active member of Phi Theta Kappa, the Student Council, the H. E. Club, the PIRATE stall, and the Business Club. isr GRACE GISLER is V. C. ' s outstanding ' irl tennis player. She is a Sophomore from Victoria; and, as a Freshman, she was Conference Champion in ten- nis. Grace is active in H.E. work, and is a member of the B.A. Club and the W.S.A. She won first place in women ' s singles in table tennis, and she received the trophy for Most Athletic Girl for 1952. Who BILLY BOX, a geology major from Houston, served as vice president of the class when he was a Fresh- man, and is now vice president of Phi Theta Kappa. Besides his ability for making good grades, Billy has been a two-year letterman on the football team. MILDRED BLANTON is a Victoria girl and a popular figure on the campus. Mildred, a Freshman, was the drum major of the Pirate band; and she was elected to serve as president of the Freshman class. She is a member of Phi Theta Kappa, the B.A. Club, Student Council, and the H.E. Club. f ALLEN JANK is a Freshman here at V. C, and his home town is Goliad, Texas. Allen is president of the Aggie Club and a first-year letterman in foot- ball. Mil HRl-D HLANTON FMIS ' POWER Taie CAROLYN MARTIN JOAN RANDAI.I. V m FLORENCE PIEPER MARY GONZALES V MAVIS jASCHKE JO ANNE NOLL MARY MARGARET HORNBURG W esten Week Siveetheart U if nc cf- ne mmao fk 227) iO " ANNUAL STAFF ROSTER Aisocitile Editor Carol Gibson P.U Andres Mauri nc Barker Shirley Burda Marvin Cornett Marilyn Fagan Mary Rea I ' inehout Richard Greene Bill Kellett Martha Lastro Helen Maehost Frances Minkert Jack Nunnally Elmer Outlaw Cookie Reuter Charles Sturm Yvonne Templin Betty Traber Pholographer Harold M. Gardner Artist Alma Jecker Faailt) Adiiiors John Stormont Harold Nichols Editor Marilyn Fagan Fedlures Shirley Burda Orgdnizalin)! Frances Minkert Sophomore Class Pat Andres Fresh?naii Class Betty Traber SECTION EDITORS Faculty Adm ' niislration Carol Gibson B aliii)!gs Maurine Barker An Richard Greene Sports Elmer Outlaw Bill Kellett ; -r ? " 2r ' - t ,-, i ' y Maurine Barker Ann Biehunko Mary Louise Brown Shirley Burda Bernie Dworaczyk Marilyn Fagan THE SABERETTES Anita Tyng Mary Rca Finehou t lovce Krajtik Ruby Gottschalt Martha Lastro Suzie Hausman Ann McL-k Virginia Horvath Frances Minkert Lynette Hyak Betty Posey Alma Jecker Betty Traber Dolores Ty ng f j( v -1 OFFICERS Picuilt ' ii Alma Jecker SecieUiry-Tyedsiirer Shirley Burda Salnrelle of ihe Yedr Ruby Gottschalt Sponsor Mr- Art Goforth Drill Cdptdiiis Shirley Burda Alma Jecker Betty Traber Anita Tyng il-L VETERANS ' CLUB Florent Basse Arthur Bennett Leverett Boesewetter Edwin Carpenter George L. Gallemore Lupe Gonzales Carl Harding Royce Hoffman Neal Holland Emil Kutach Noble M. Malik Marion Mauer Frank Moore Charles Pantel Richard Peekham Joe Ruiz James Ryan Herman White William B. Winborn Thomas Yaws OFFICERS President Royce Hoffman Vice Prefide il Carl Harding Secrelaiy-Treasiirer Noble Malik Sergeant-al-Arms Billy Winborn Sponsor Harold Nichols JS r ,r- % iiiL ' iiiiiiiiiiiiyiiHjiiiri -r THE STUDENT COUNCIL Pat Andres James Carries Jatk Nunnaliv Mildred Blanton George Gordon Florence Pieper Shirley Burda Gene Knight Billy Nichols Morbeck Sumner The Student Council plans college social affairs, supervises student elections, and rep- resents the student body in other matters. It is composed ot three officers elected from the student body at large and four representatives from each of the classes. OFFICERS President Jack Nunnally Vice Prei ' ideiil Florence Pieper Secreliiry Pat Andres Sponsor Jewell Hudler .-Mm Hl H wUIHI Kb - s»iL. ' ...tfE " ' X 1 Maurinc Barker ijj ivyi-j Shirley Graham ivvyo X x:,xv 1 Norman Miksch Ben Boehnke Richard Greene Jo Anne Noll Albert Camp Mary Hornburt; Cookie Reuter i Hal Coleman William Kellett Bill Sniffen ' Sarah Jean Ditk Joyce Krajcik Yvonne Templin Dan Gates Jim Lehrer Jeanette Totah Jaik Da ig Anita Tyng Bobby Fudge Don Webb Roy Templin OFFICERS Edilny-ni-Chit ' j Jim Lehrer Sfus Ecliioi Ben Boehnke Spoils EJ loi Norman Miksch Pfjl ne EJ loi Shirley Graham SpoiLsoi Louise Browne BETA CHI ZETA SCIENCE CLUB Jcanene Becker Marv Rea f- ' inehout Carol Gibson Emily Howell Judy Miller Richard Peckham Allen Petrash Paul Reinke Dolores Reuter Charlaine Rii:amonti Daniel Saenz Carol Turner Estes Van Dyke Clinton Voelkel Yvonne Wilson Patsy Lindsav OFFICERS Pii-iiileiil Mary Rea Finehout ' ne PreuiU-iil Dolores Reuter Stael.uy-Tredsiirer Paul Reinke RijxiiUr Clinton X ' oelkel Sfoinm- Lucille Adair iS ENGINEERING CLUB Kirby Billo James Carnes Rudy Chumchal Tommy Curlec Charles Doughdnll Vernon Harris James Jackson Jerome Kutach Robert Lawson Don Leissner Jim Schuchert Kenneth Sikes Rn-iiard Smith Robert Stolz Charles Sturm Raymond Totah Emily Weber Herman White OFFICERS Pifihhiii Charles Sturm I ' ie Preuileiit Kirby Billo TiCiiMirei Vernon Harris Secrctar) Jim Si.hiahert RL ' inriey Charles Doughdnll l ' .iili,iiiienljii i)! lames Carnes Sj oi _ oi- Roland Beard i AGGIE CLUB ROSTER Luther Boyscn Wayne Black Edwin Emerson Daniel Heller Darden Jacobs Marvin Cornett Allen lank Billy Koenig Emil Kutach Pete Meyer Bilh ' Smit;a Charles Smith Preston Stoter Carrol Thigpen Lewis Watson loe VC ' illiams Billv Wilson OFFICERS President Allen Jank Vice Prcs ' nloii . . Joe Williams SiiiL ' iii}) Luther Boysen ' iic.iunt-r Billy Smiga Stif(c,ii :!t-Ani Lewis Watson Spnmnr . V. T. Kallus ' .L IL. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB ROSTER Ann Biehunko Frances BLikeney Mildred Blanton Betsy Crober Mary Edgar Barbara Genty Mary Gonzales Ruth Gonzales Ruby Gottschalt Mary Gripp Geneva Grossman Suzie Hausman Mary Hornburi; Jean Key Martha Lastro Mary Mahula Ann Meek Betty Metting Mary Morris Roberta NeiU Florence Pieper Rita Pratt Betty Posey Joan Randall Julia Silva Grace Sturm Peggy Sunday Yvonne Templin Jeannette Totah Wilda Walker Marilyn Wilson Johnnie Withers OFFICERS Preside? Gerolean Gisler Vne Pre iiei Charlenc Marshall Secreldi) Bernice Ray Trecisi rer Gloria Marthlijohni Hislnridi! Bobbie Striedel Reporter Jo Anne Noll Sponsor Ruth Elliot rKw . !b ' PHI THETA KAPPA Ann Bkhunko Mildred Blanton William Box Shirley Burda Stella Covarrubias Marilyn I- " agan Carol Gibson Emily Howell Mavis Jaschke Alma Jecker Robert Lawson Gloria Marthlijohni Florence Picper Julia Silva Morbei.k Sumner Betty Traber Monte Walker Emily Weber ' ' xonne Wilson Joyiclyn X ' ot ' ford OII-K TRS Picnh ' iil Marilyn I ' agan [ ' lic PiiMJeiil William Box Sc ' tie ,ii) M.i is Jaschke 1 ri ' iisnwi Robert Lawson Ri-I ' orui I:mdy Weber Spiiinor Miss Lois Parker I I SPANISH CLUB Ynacensio Cantu Enrique Garay Mary Gonzales Ruth Gonzales Richard Greene ]im Lehrer Helen Mat host Charlaine Rigamonti Julia Silva Tommy Tinker Estes Van Dyke loycelyn Wofford OFHCERS Presideiil Mary Gonzales Vice Pre.i iJeiii Charlaine Rigamonti Secreldiy Ruth Gonzales Treasurer Ynacensio Cantu PnigrcVii Chdinium Estes Van Dyke Sponsor Mary Doughtie MIXED CHORUS Chester Bennett Bonnie Berryliill Bobby Fiid e Gerolean Gisler Grace Gisler Don Horst Jimmy Hudgeons loyee Krajeik Martha Lastro Robert Lawson Billy Nichols Florence Pieper Betty Posey Berniece Ray Charlaine Rit;amonti Betty Traber ' Estes Van Dyke Emily Weber Joycelyn Wofford Ellis Criswell Dherlor—W ' IUMJR COLLINS PIRATE BAND Drum Md or — Mildred Blanton MAJORETTES Mary Edgar Barbara Genty Gloria Marthiljohni Patsy Power FLAG BEARERS Gerolean Gisler Mavis Jaschke Emily Weber Director — Wilbur L. Collins MEMBERS Gat-y Barnett Jeanene Becker Chester Bennett jack Bruce Larry Bruckmiller Tommy Curlee Kenneth Erwin Grace Gisler Richard Geyer Jeame Key Donnie Leissner Patty McDowell Florence Pieper Alfred Rendon Robert Stolz Carleton Speck Roy Templin Yvonne Templin Monte Walker William Yeager FLAG BEARERS DRUM MAJOR and MAJORETTES r ■--v ' r i? i WOMEN ' S SPORTS ASSOCIATION ROSTER Ann Bichunko Mary Louise Brown Bernie Dworaczyk Mary Rca Finehout Barbara Gcnty Carol Gibson Gerolean Gisler Grace Gisler Ruby Gottschalt Suzic Hausman Mary Hornbury Virginia Horvath Emily Howell Mavis Jaschke Martha Lastro Judy Miller Frances Minkert Betty Posey Cookie Reuter Grace Sturm Peggy Sunday Emily Weber Yvonne Wilson OFFICERS President Bernardine Dworaczyk Vice Preside)? Betty Posey Sfcre iiry Carol Gibson ' iredsiirer Suzie Hausman Reporter Judy Miller Sponsor Esther Etzel BUSINESS CLUB Artliur Bennett Mary Gonzales lo Anne Noll Mildred Blanton Ma is [asehke Florence Pieper Shirlev Burda Ruth Gonzales Joan Randall Mar in Cornett Johnny Kelly Alfred Rendon Stella Covarrubias Ronnie Koss Bobbie Joan Striede Mary Edgar Noble Malik George St. Remain Kenneth Farrow Gloria Marthiliohni Jeanette Totah Bobby Fudge Charlene Marshall Joycelyn Wot " ford Grace Gisler Mary Morris OFFICERS Pre ideiii Jo Anne Noll Vne President Johnny Kelley Stirelar -1 yediiimr Charlene Marshall Reporter Jeanette Totah Prngrji Cl Jiriinu! Grace Gisler SpoiLsor Kyle Hardesty ART CLUB ROSTER Maurinc Barker Gerolean Gislcr Richard Green Geneva Grossman Emily Howell Alma Jetker William KcUet Grace Sturm Peggy Sunday Yvonne Templin Betty Traber Calvin Wilkerson OI ' FICERS Pi(. ' sicle)il . Geneva Gros; man I ' if Pits Ji ' iit Emily Howell Si ' iiefJiy-TitfiUni-er William Kellett Sponsor Ethel Thurmond ' . I Mary Morris Wilkes, Jerome Kutacli, Pat Andres, Wayne Key, Mary Margaret Hornburg. CHEERLEADERS In action during the Tyler game. Leading a rally in front of the Ad- ministration Building. 1952 FOOTBALL SEASON RECORD September 2S — Victoria 18 October 4 — Victoria 7 October 9 — Victoria 20 October 16 — Victoria October 23 — Victoria 19 October 30— Victoria 20 November 13 — Victoria 11 November 22 — Victoria 7 Schreiner Institute ' . San Ant;eIo College 34 University of Houston Freshmen 41 Tyler Junior College - 7 Kilgore College 19 Texas Lutheran College 6 Wharton Junior College 14 Del Mar College 32 j G w :jm HESTER EVANS Line- Co.kIi ART GOFORTH HcatI Fodtb.iil Coach EDDIE SHINN Backfitld Coadi MORBECK SIMNER Centtr — Houston All-Texas Junior College First Team All-Conference Offensive Team CLAUDE HARLAND End — Ttxarkana All-Conference Offensive Team MIKE TRCKA Back — Ganado All-Conference Defensive Team CO-CAPTAINS 1952 Coin toss preceding the season opener with Schreincr. ALL-CONFERENCE BEN WAYNE BOEHNKE Back — Riverside Defensive Team JOHN FERRARA Tackle— New York, N.Y. Defensive Team GEORGE FREDERICK Back — Austin Defensive Team Allen Jank carries against lyler with help from Bagwell, Gordon, and Harrison. 0 ALBERT CAMP Guard — San Antonio Offensive Team EZRA GORDON Tackle — Orange Offensive Team : DONALD ALBRECHT End — Cliero SCOOTER AUI.D Back — Port Arthur BRUCE BAG X ' ELL End — 1 cxarkana Thurman stopped by a host of Schreincr tatkkrs after pakiiii; up a first down. JOE BANKS End — Cleveland FRANK DARBY Tackle— Piirt Aithur Box meets Tyler ' s secondary after a six-yard gain. DON CLIXE Back — San Benito JIM CROW Gu.uJ — Bct ille CHESTER HARRISON Guard — Woodsboro DAN HELLER Back — Victoria DONALD HORST Back — Cuero Jank breaks through Schreiner secondary and goes over. ALLEN JANK Back — Goliad GENE KNIGHT Guard — Galena Park BILLY NICHOLS Back — Victoria GLEN PATTERSON Tackle — San Antonio RICHARD PECKHAM End — Victoria J. R. PRL ' ITT Back— La X ' ard CHARLES SMITH Center — GanaJo rr ( RICHARD THIJRMAN Back— El P.1S0 joi: w ii.i.iAMS L ' nJ — Cj.in.ulo SrnON YOUNG Back — Rosenberg Bagwell scores a touchdown against Wharton on a pass I rem Thurman. i.HNx IS s ' ii:phi: sc)n Bai.k — C.anaJu LEW IS NX AISON Tackle — Edna STANLEY ' SPACEK Guard — Robtnbcig SOUTV2 T€XAS CONF€12€NC€ Cn iVIPIONS SOUTH TEXAS CONFERENCE SCHEDULE January 6 Victorio 64 Pan American 46 January 1 3 Victoria 71 Wharton 69 January 1 t Victoria 67 Del Mar 66 January 30 Victoria 87 Pan American 72 February 12 Victoria 78 Del Mar 6 February 18 Victoria 68 Wharton .. 69 Victoria. February 26 .6 Wharton 5 HESTER EVANS Cfj.tch LL SOUJyi T€X 6 CONP€ie€NC€ GEORGE GORDON Guard — Huntsville First Team NORMON MIKSCH Forward — ' aelder First Team ALEXANDER KOTZEBUE Forward — Moulton Second Team Gordon shoots while Miksch and Kotzcbuc await rebound. CLIFTON LEE Center — Freer THOMAS MIKSCH Center — NX ' aelJer JOE ENDS Guard — Victoria Lee and Kotzebue vie for a high one with Wharton as Mtksch and Enos await the outcome. JACK NrNNALLY GuarJ — Clarksvillf. Ind. HONXELL COLEMAN Forw.irJ — Hunts ilk- JAMES HlDCiEONS Ctnlci — Viitiiria Del Mar def enders attempt to break up Kotzcbuc s sliot. Lee and Miksih m background. ■ " " Al I JOE WALKER Guard — Galena Park JOHN STARNES Forward — Vittoria BILLY NICHOLS Guard — Victoria Kotzebuc tries a shot against four Wharton dctendcrs X ' . C. POI.SON I ' oiward — Houston NEAL HOLLAND Forward — V.indcrbilt SL ' TTON ' OIJNG Guard — Rosenbcrf! PIRATES FIRST SOUTH TEXAS CONFERENCE BASKETBALL TITLE The 1952-53 Pirate Basketball Team played a heavy schedule that lasted from the November 18th ame with the Kingsville Air Station through the first round of the NJCAA Region Fourteen Tournament on March 11, 19 3. The record m twenty-seven games was twenty-two victories against five losses. In regular conference play, Victoria won five and los t one. The single loss was to the powerful Wharton County Junior College Pioneers who had won both the South Texas Conference title and the National Junior College championship in 1952. Since the Pirates and the Pioneers had defeated each other during the conference schedule, the race ended in a tie. The championship was settled by a single play-off game on the neutral court in the V ' anderbilt High School gymnasium. The Pirates turned in one of their best performances for the year in this deciding game on February 26, and won the title from Wharton, 65-S ' S. Two members of the Victoria team, forward Norman Miksch and guard George Gordon, were selected on the all-conference first team. Alexander Kotzebue was named on the all-conference second team at forward. The Pirates received an invitation to participate in the National Junior College Ath- letic Association regional tournament at Tyler. The last game of the season was the first-round loss on March 1 1 to Lon Morris Junior College, winner, of the regional championship. George Gordon of Houston was named team captain at a special meeting of the lettermen after the close of the season. X r f enM 1952 NATIONAL JUNIOR COLLEGE TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONS First row: Hoffman, AulJ, House. Eklund. Netardus, Boehnke. Mullenix. Blatk. Second row : Belken. Farrow. Cantu, Taylor. Rodriquez. Bullock. Koss. Carpenter. Third row: Schuize, Patterson, Trcka, Thurman, Fougeron, Yeager, PIRATES WIN NATIONAL MEET WITH 122 POINTS HUTCHINSON, Kansas, May 17— The Victoria Col- lege Pirates expandccJ their track dominance into the Na- tional limelight here today, rolling up 122 points to capture the 11th annual National Junior College track and field meet. The Victorians crushed the hopes of favored Hutchin- son Junior College which was second with -t points. Little Ynocensio Cantu of El Campo was high-point man for the meet, scoring first place in the mile and two-mile runs to net 20 points in the final tabulation. The Pirates, winners of the Border Olympics, the South- western Recreational meet, and the South Texas Conference meet, entered every event with the exception of the 880- yard relay. EDDIE SHINX PIRATE POINT NX ' INNERS, NA1 lONAI. |UNIOR COLLEGE MEET P-!- I ' " ' ' T i. — t;Li;. IIOIIMAX Hii ;lit; IJ ttii. fi inilus HikI. ' Hii:JU r i « - ()KVAI. HI A( K fw — KEWI ' IH I AKKOW - ' « HikJU .. - m — kiwi I H IARKOW Tiilli-: J .•) Mtunds li l ' V.» n,, , - M — BHN BOnHNKr Time 10 siioniK -44(1 Y.kJ D.iih Firsl—ROXAl.D KOS F ' ! .— GEORGE AL LD Time; 50.4 stcomls 440 y.iij R.l.n f f I — VICTORIA (Bi)thnkc. House. Koss. Mulk-nix) Time: 44. ( seconds Bi ' ,jJ Jump FhM—JEKRY HOISE Distaniv: 22 ftc-t. 7 inches M li Ktl.i) • ). — VICTORIA (Mullcnix. AulJ. Rodriqut . Koss) Time: 3 mm.. 29 sti. 220 Y.. J D.iyh S -f ' « — «EN HOEHNKE F,„ i .— RONALD KOSS D ' Kcut TA . — GLEN PATTERSON Mil. Rn,i f 11 — YNOCENSIO CANTf -W. — VICIOR RODRIQIEZ Time: 4 mm.. }6.1 set. Tu -Mde Run T i — YNOCENSIO CANTf Time; 10 min.. 32.5 set. 880 Y.nU Run f u — VICTOR RODRIQLEZ Fo«i A— HENRY BLLLOCK Time; 2 min.. 1.9 set. After the victory in the national meet, the track team was iven a barbecue by the Victoria Chamber of Commerce. Behind the national championship tro|ihy are Ronalti Koss, Coach Shinn, and Ynocensio Cantu. 1953 Conference and National Champions CORPUS CHRISTI. April 24— Ciiach Shinn ' s mtn Jid :ill that was expected i f them last Friday at Corpus Christi whe n they rolled up 84 points to completely dominate the STC meet. Their nearest opponent, Pan American, pot only 40 points while Del Mar was third with isy,. Rewriting the record books were Glenn Patterson, who heaved the discus i:3 feet. lOV: inches; Scooter Auld. who turned in a 50.4 second time in the quarter; the mile relay team of Ronnie Koss, John Starnes. Joe Tanecka. and Auld that won with a 3:. ' ?9..3; and the sprint relay foursome of Ben Boehnke. Joe Zambrann, Jerry House, and Al- len Jank that took the event in a record 43.5. HUTCHINSON. Kan.sas. May 16 — Coach Eddie Shinn ' s Victoria College Pirates held their mastery in )unior colle,t;e track circles here last night, rolling to their second straight national lunior college cinder championship with little trouble. Victoria Coll eg e completely outdistanced the rest of the field which included |unior colleges from all parts of the nation. Totals found the Pirates more than fifty points ahead of their nearest opponent. Wright of Chi- cago. The Pirates ended with 12S 1 5 total points while Wright had 51. Garden City. Kansas, scored third with 39, and Hutchinson finished fourth with 34. Flashy Ben Boehnke paced Vic- toria ' s overwhelmin.g win as he romped to firsts in the 100 and 220-yard dashes to give the Pi- rates two of their nine first places. Victoria ' s Allen Jank followed Boehnke in for second in both dashes. Victoria captured first in the 440. 880. and mile relays. Jerry House turned in a leap of 22 feet 4 ' ' 4 inches to take first in the broad jump early Friday in the opening rounds. Other Vic- toria firsts included Scooter Auld ' s victory in the 44()-yard dash. Joe Tanecka ' s win in the SSO-yard run. and Cantu ' s win in the two-mile event. Boehnke. Jank, Zambrano. and House com- bined to give the Bucs their vic- tory in the sprint relay while Ronnie Koss. Tanecka. Henry Bullock, and Auld composed the winning mile relay quartet. These same four also provided Victoria with another first in the 880 re- lay. Al.l.tN JANK Goliad 1M«. 1KA(K Sf Dl ' I.H Marth 7 SouthwcNt lUtrcationj! Meet riiri Worth, Texas March 13 and li Border Olympiis Laredo. Texas March 21 Texas Freshmen Austin, Texas March 27 and 28 Texas Relays Austin, Texas 111 l.o, r..,u: Sl ' l I I SCOOTER AILD Port Arthur 441)— 880 HnXR ' l ' lil I.I.OCK La M.iique 440 — SSI) IL f JERRY HOUSE Carruo Spi ' ngs April 11 John T.irkton A M Freshmen College Station, Texas April 16 Intra-squad Meet Victoria, Texas April 24 South Te ' xas Conference Corpus Christi, Texas JOE TANECKA West Point 440—880 May 2 Rice-Texas Freshmen Houston, Texas May n and 16 National Junior College Meet Hutchinson, Kansas ' NACENSIO CANTU El Campo D I St J lice fcwv Viftte ' . ' JOHN STARNES Victoiia 440—880 ALLEN PETRASH Ganado Hif.h jump C.l.liX I ' Alll KSON S.in Anionlii JAMES JACKSON bay City Pole Wlllll fceasjif: RONNIE UNA Bay City JOE ZAMBRANO Carii o Springs Sprung JIM CRO X ' Beeville " eig.hls CHARLES DOr(;HDKILL Victoria M.iii.iae ' TENNIS SQUAD 1953 SOUTH TEXAS CONFERENCE TENNIS CHAMPIONS 1952 CAROL GIBSON Nf AVIS JASCHKE ANITA TYNG FRANCES MINKERT BERNARDINE D ' ORACZVK GRACE GISLER TOMMY CURLEE TOMMY TINKER ELMER OUTLAW BILL YEAGER . i 1 1 Si ' 1 1 ' 1 ■ y ' •• i . Wi ,11 Bn L. m •J T


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