The Redbird (Beaumont, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, May 12, 1967 Page: 3 of 8
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Way 12, 1967
Robertson Rides to Honors
In Spindletop Horse Show
Bill Robertson, a junior speech
major, Bridge City, won the
championship and reserve
championship of the open jumper
division at the Spindletop Charity
Horse Show May 4,5,6, and 7
at the South Texas State Fair-
Riding Shawn for Tidewater
Farms, owned by Mr. and Mrs.
E.L, Schlein of Port Arthur, Ro-
bertson took first place in the
open jumper stake, compiling
enough points to win the champ-
ionship of that division.
Candidate, owned by David
Spector, New York City, with
Robertson aboard, won the Table
I open jumper class, ticks count-
ing as well as knock-downs and
refusals, third in the timed open
class, and second in the open
stake, thus earning the reserve
championship of the division.
He also rode Candidate to first
place in Table I green jumpers,
third in the green time class, and
fourth in the green stake.
Flipper, a new addition to the
Schlelns’ stable, took second in
the open Table I class and third
in the open timed event. He also
won a special class held atthe end
of the show, jackpot jumping, in
which the fences went up to 6*4*.
Robertson also rode two
hunters, Miss Colony, owned by
Marsha Woody Zummo, Beau-
mont, and Thunderball, owned
by Libby Rowles, Houston,
NEW PRESIDENT--Nlcky Lampson (left), new president of the Student Association, receives the gavel
from this year's president Perry Tanner in the swearing in ceremonies held last Monday for newly
elected officers. (Staff photo by Scott Harbers)
Lamar Directing, Acting Students
To Show Techniques Next Week
The Speech Department’s
annual student directed plays will
be presented Monday and Tues-
day beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the
Lamar Theatre. Nine plays will
be presented during the two-day
period and the performances are
open to the public.
S. Walker James, associate
professor of speech, said that
the productions are the culmina-
tion of the semester’s work for
classes in directing and acting. ■
Four plays will be presented j
Monday. Included will be “Spar- j
kin,” directed by David O’Flei,
Cast me mbers will include Larry
Quinn, Pam Stockton, Janet Cur-
tiss and Beverly Brisco. Lynda
Wilson will direct "The Song of
Louise in the Morning.* Inclu-
ded in the cast are Rebecca
Allard, Susan King and Perry
Riley. A third play is “The Honor
and the Glory,* directed by Mar-
sha Thaggard, Included in the cast
are Rise Lind, Danny Jennings
and Raymond Bridges. The fourth
play is “The Valiant,* directed
by Linda Averitt and featuring
a cast composed of David Hooker,
Karen Johnson, Mike Phillips,
Dwayne Fontenot and Raymond
The Institute of International
Education (HE) announces that
its competition for 1968-69 U.
S. Government graduate grants
is now open.
Application forms and in-
formation for students currently
enrolled in Lamar may be ob-
tained from Dr. Dorothy Zellner,
Fulbright Advisor, in 201c Lan-
guage Arts Building. Deadline for
filing is Oct. 25, 1967.
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Beaumont; Stanley James Sar-
man, civil engineering, Gal-
Others include Mary Catherine
Saunders, secretarial science,
Beaumont; Gay Schuler, special
education, Houston; Arthur Lee
Smirl, mathematics, Borger;
Patricia Ann Snyder, mathe-
matics, Beaumont; Michael A.
Trahan, accounting, Port Arthur.
Also, Teri Lynn Warwick, biol-
ogy, LaMarque; Virginia Ellen
Watts, special education, Port
Arthru; Claudia Joan Wingate,
English, Port Arthur.
Tuesday’s plays will include
“Happy Journey,* directed by
Dusty Roberts and featuring Es-
ther Guillory, Leroy Spears,
Beverly S.-.-lsco, Rise Lind and
Susan King. “Of Kings and
Things," directed by Sherron
Carlisle, will feature a cast of
Danny Jennings, Rebecca Allard,
Janet Curtiss and Dwayne Fon-
tonot. “The Golden Axe," will be
directed by Wayne Prouse. The
cast includes Mike Phillips, Lar-
ry Quinn and Karen Johnson.
Completing the series will be
“Holding a Husband," and “Box
and Cox.* Nancy Hybarger will
direct the first play, which will
include Pam Stockman, Marybeth
Prejean ai}d Raymond Bridges in
the cast. Judy Br^shaw will dir-
ect “Box and-jflpK," whichu will
include Rise *wd. Perry Riley
and David Hool*r in the cast.
Continued from Page 1
ael Ferdie Guidry, Beaumont;
Jerry Wayne Simon, Orange;
Brenda Raye Theriot, Port Ar-
Spanish — Stephen Solis, Port
Arthur, Judith Avle Walker,
Sociology — Lounetta Davis
Berg, Beaumont; Johanna Eng-
man, Beaumont; Jaton Louise
Holder, Nederland; Susan Nell
Ivey, Belton; Thomas Roy Lom-
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Government — Rhonny Prewitt
Bottitt, Village Mills; James
Herb Bozarth, Midland; Larry
James Branham, Port Arthur;
Patrick Allen Clark, Orange;
Jerry Howard Deborah, York-
town; Samuel Thoedore Foutz,
Beaumont; Richard Wayne Grif-
fin, Baytown; Richard Donald
Hughes, Beaumont; Robert Maur-
ice Meeker, Beaumont; Felton
Bruce Morgan, Beaumont; Dex-
ter Michael Patterson, Port Ar-
thur; James Gary Sanderson,
Nederland; Robert Louie Self,
Jr., Bon Wler; Charles Everett
Sullivan, Jr., Bryan; Perry Au-
brey Tanner, Liberty; Carroll
Lyman Wolford, Port Arthur;
Robert Toler Worthy, Port Ar-
History — Roger Alan Evans,
Port Arthur; James Robert
Nolen, Houston; Louie Arthur
Pratt, Beaumont; Johnny Max
Sociology — Robert Sanford
Eastham, Beaumont; Nancy Ivy
Good, Port Arthur; Charles Eu-
gene Greer, Hountze; George
Wilson Lemley, Kountze; Pat
Everett Parker, Beaumont; Sarah
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Goode, Charles. The Redbird (Beaumont, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, May 12, 1967, newspaper, May 12, 1967; Beaumont, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth499116/m1/3/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar University.