PHI DELTA PHI HUTCHENSON INN
CHARTER MEMBERS initiated, October 10, 1953, at Houston Country Club into the National Fraternity. First row: Charles Mitchell, Buddy
Gregory, Cullen Landis, Phil Masquette, Wendell Odam, James Wrigtel. Second row: Gerald Cooley, Owen Liscomg, Emmett Cole, Leon
Clark, Eugene Coddau, Howard White, Clyde Woody. Third row: Lawrence Dio, J. L. Cox, Jr., Robert Tyson, D. H. Clark, Ray T.
Fortenbach, W. M. Bondurant, John Keibler. Top row: Marvin Yarotsky, Robert Blaner, John Kalb, Don Brodshau, Victor Branch, E. W.
Hargrove, Jr., Andrew Brown.
First row: Victor Branch, E. W. Hargrove, Jr., John Mixon, T. Frank
Thompson, James H. Wright, Andrew C. Brown, Larry B. Jackson.
Second row: Gerald Cooley, Don Webb, J. L. Cox, Jr., Buddy Gregory,
Marvin Yarotsky, Howard Pollock, Lawrence A. Kio, John Kolb.
Top row: Robert Lee, Forrest Stewart, Gay Brimson, Jim Buenger,
Ray T. Fortenbach, Don Bradshaw, Robert Joyce, Robert Humphrey.
Larry Dio Magister John Kiibler
Coy Brown Exchequer Larry Jackson
John Kiibler Clerk _.. Everett Hargrave
Ray Fortenbach Historian John Mixon
Newell Blakely Sponsors .... Barkesdale Stevens
Hutchenson Inn was organized October 10, 1952, and received
recognition from international Phi Delta Phi in September, 1953.
The original group functioned as Hutcheson Colony for over two
years before receiving national recognition.
Phi Delta Phi is the largest and oldest of legal professional fraternities, its purposes are primarily to imbed in its members a sound
and enduring sense of ethics, encourage scholarships, and induce
It provides loans toward tuition for its members and publishes
a bulletin on events of interest to the fraternity.
Requirements for membership: at least 12 hours in law, a scholastic average of 70 and be of good moral character. 4 27