CLUB FILES WRIT
Tau Epsilon is an organization for honor
students in engineering. Founded on this
campus in 1957, the society's purpose is to
promote leadership and scholarship among
engineering students and alumni of the
University of Houston.
This year Tau Epsilon has submitted a
petition to associate with Tau Beta Pi, the
national honorary engineering society. The
group's executive committee is now considering the petition.
GATHERING in front of the Engineering Building are Tau Epsilon members
C. Holder, J. McClarty and R. Rivera. Standing in the middle are M.
Brumer, A. Contreras, B. Simmons, W. Small and P. F. Woo. On the back
row are R. Schwartz, B. Hood, R. Brooks, A. Germani, A. Yepes, J. Hoff,
sponsor and J. Quitter.
A MID DAY discussion engrosses Tau Epsilon officers J. B. Grierson, treasurer; E. Corley, president; J. Boyd, secretary and C. Roxburg, vice-
SPEAKERS AID AIMS
In order to instill a professional pride
in chemistry, the American Institute of
Chemical Engineering has practicing engineers as guest speakers at its meetings.
Supplementing meetings with technical
films and frequent field trips, the group
fosters interest in chemical engineering.
An annual fall picnic and a spring banquet are the group's top social events of
MEMBERS Front Row: Shah, Maniar, Copeland, Herrera, Shah. Second
Row: Martin, Small, Bailey, Boston, Townsend, Hammer, Shaver. Back
Row: Hillegeist, Fonville, Grady, Bonneau, Lamonte, Boeger, Gaffney, Bar-
COFFEE TIME in the Engineering Lab brings together Chemical Engineer
officers J. B. Grierson, president; C. Kinard, vice-president; J. Ogden,
secretary and M. Medley, treasurer.