Delta Nu Alpha
Delta Nu Alpha and the Propeller Club of the United States
were formed to promote greater
knowledge of transportation, to
foster scholarship, and to encourage young men to enter traffic and
transportation as a career.
Goals are achieved through
meetings offering contact with experienced professionals speaking
on transportation subjects, field
trips to industrial and transportation facilities, and college courses
in traffic and transportation management.
Field trips include trips to local
industries and to Corpus Christi
Front Row: Jim Hall, Jack O'Wesne, Dan Spiegelhauer, Mike Eisworth, Karl Jamail. Second Row: Dr. J. Edwin Becht, F. Mendoza, William A. Swanson, David L. Hoelscher, Betsy Fleming, Bob Mauk, Eddie Altemus,
Clarence Ahrens, Thomas F. Young, Jerry Leal, Prof. Vernon L. Engberg.
Stock and Stolon
Stock and Stolon Club, open to any student or faculty member who has an interest in agriculture or agricultural economics, was founded to stimulate interest
in agriculture, to promote the interchange
of ideas among students and faculty, to
provide students with a better knowledge
of job opportunities, to promote esprit de
corps among members and faculty, and to
provide a means of contact between students and members of the American Farm
Objectives are realized through sponsorship of educational field trips for students
and through a barbecue held at the beginning of each semester. The group also
cooperates with the Houston Chamber of
Commerce and the Fat Stock Show and
Rodeo in judging contests and exhibits.
First Row: Edwin Brown, Bob Baylor, Richard Burgdorf, Edwin Groves. Second Row: Burt Dinkins, Joe
Burtauat, John Ferguson. Back Row: Ronnie Dickens, Dr. H. C. Love, Jeff Hill, M. Sctecter, Howard
Strayhand, John Carter, Professor George White.