ARVIN DONNER JR.
McMURRY S. RICHEY
Left to right: front row—Selstad, Bowden, Lilly, Young, McAlpine, Bell, P. Alderman, Stoff, Fagan; second row—Mr. Richey, Swaty, Andrews, Fagan, McRaney, Will-
rich, Bassham; third row—Taniguchi, Moore, S. Alderman, Kimball, Leath, Soren-
sen, Murray, Walters; fourth row—Rees, Hall, Prince, Donner, Fu, Beckendorf; top
row—Looney, Kennedy, McBride, Hebert, Woods, Meek.
METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT
The Methodist Student movement in the University of Houston is a unit of the
National and State Methodist Student Movement through which the Methodist Church
serves its students and their educational institutions.
The elected MSM Council and the MSM Director endeavor to help students
develop an intelligent religious life and thought, study effectively and responsibly,
find meaningful vocation, and prepare for active citizenship and Church leadership.
Means toward these ends include: "Friday Forums" and other discussions; a
newsletter, "The Lamplighter"; delegations to student conferences; inspirational retreats; circulation of religious literature; cooperation in the educational work of the
University; service of a full-time MSM Director as pastor, counselor, and teacher.
Houston delegates to the Texas MSM Conference,
Mineral Wells, Nov. 25-27, 1949.