At right are the officers. FRONT: Dave Wootton, clerk of the exchequer;
Jack Blakeley, dean; Dwain Erwin, vice dean. BACK: Paul Floyd, tribune; Richard Coselli, bailiff. Not pictured are Bob Seerden, clerk of
the rolls; and Frank Liddell, master of the ritual.
Delta Theta Phi
jUelta Theta Phi upholds the highest academic and professional
standards for University law students. Its object is to surround its
members with an environment in which the highest traditions of
the law and their profession become a part of their personal beliefs.
Delta Theta Phi's academic standards require prospective members to be outstanding scholastically. However, grades alone do not
make a neophyte acceptable to the fraternity. He must show all those
characteristics which will make him an outstanding practitioner—
desire for social service, respect for established customs and traditions, and a desire to better his society.
Club officers are not designated by the usual names of president,
vice president, etc. Rather, dean, clerk of the exchequer, master of
the ritual, names which give a clue to the club's atmosphere of
FRONT: Fred Miller, Johnny Lawhon, David Gibson, C F. Kendall, William Craven, Russel Kiehn. SECOND: Donald Hallmark, John Sipe, B. J.
Dillard, G. Ernest Caldwell, Henry Schuble, Larry Kennedy, Otis Martin, Raymond Zagone, Joe Hardegree, Harold Sellers, Richard Sykes, R. D.
Jeffers, Ed Schwab. BACK: Paul Floyd, Dave Wootton, Jack Blakley, Dwain Erwin, Richard Coselli.