St. Philip's Tiger (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 4, Ed. 1 Tuesday, March 17, 1970 Page: 1 of 4
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Dr. Clarence W. Norris, professor of sociology and dean emeritus
of St. Philip’s College, and Dr. Donald E. Everett, professor of history
at Trinity University, have been named Piper Professors for 1970 by
the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation of San Antonio.
Announcement of the awards was
made by Dr. Wayland P. Moody,
president of the San Antonio Union
Junior College District, and Dr.
James W. Laurie, president of
Dr. Norris has had a distinguished
career as a writer, scholar, edu-
cator, and sociologist. During the
past 27 years he has served St.
Philip’s College as assistant dean,
dean-registrar, dean, and dean
Dr. John Murphy, present dean
of St. Philip’s, said of Dr. Norris,
“We take unusual pride in nomin-
ating him for this award and great
pleasure in his receiving this re-
Dr. Everett, a member of the
Trinity University faculty since
1953, is chairman of the history
department and a leading scholar
in the field of Black History.
Dr. Everett holds degrees from
the University of Florida and Tu-
lane University and is the author
of many articles in professional
journals as well as a Centennial
history of Trinity University. He
is a member of the board of di-
rectors of the Trinity University
Press, and in 1964 Trinity students
voted him their “Favorite Pro-
A program of Piper Professors
awards was established by the Pip-
er Foundation’s board of directors
in 1958 to bring added recognition
to outstanding achievement in the
teaching profession in colleges and
universities in the state of Texas.
Nominations for the awards are
requested from all schools of high-
er learning in the state. Wide fa-
culty participation in the nomina-
tion procedure is encouraged.
Criteria for the awards include
recognized teaching ability and
effectiveness, outstanding scholar-
ly, academic or scientific achieve-
ments, and community service. A
selection committee composed of
outstanding educators reviews the
nominations and chooses the reci-
pients of the annual awards.
Ten awards are given each year.
Piper Professors receive a certifi-
cate and an unrestricted honorari-
um of $1,000.
Piper Professors have been se-
lected from both publicly and pri-
vately supported colleges and uni-
versities, two-year and four-year,
and from medical dental institu-
Students cast their ballots for Student Council officers under the watch-
ful eyes of the "poll guards."
McClain to Lead
The elections for the Student Council officers for the school year
1970-71 were held on February 26. The candidates for office were: for
president, Charles McClain, Jeanne Chandler and Rosa Padilla; for
vice-president, Barbara Rose, Marie Tate, and Annette Ball; for secre-
tary-treasurer, Gwendolyn Williams, Elta Mae Louis, and Patricia
When the results were tallied, the new officers of student council
were: Charles McClain, with 74 votes, Barbara Rose, with 74 votes, and
Gwendolyn Williams with 93 votes.
See page 3 for further story . . .
VOL. Ill No. 4 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS MARCH 17, 1970
DR. H. MILLER
REV. JOHN YANTA *
ATTORNEY JOHN ALANIZ
The annual St. Philip’s picnic,
sponsored by the Student Council,
will be held Thursday, April 30. No
classes will be conducted during
the day so that students will be
able to take advantage of the pic-
nic. It will be held at Mission
County Park, located off of South
Presa Street, and will last from
9 A.M. until 3 P.M.
Lunch will be served, consisting
of roast beef or sausage and bev-
erage. The Student Council has
suggested that, students bring with
them to the picnic their chess
games, cards, checkers, balls, ra-
dios, or whatever they would like
Students will be admitted by stu-
dent I.D. cards only. Students who
have lost their I.D. cards should
contact the Business Office for a
new one. This year guests will be
permitted to attend the picnic by
prior arrangement with the Stu-
dent Council and payment of a fee.
The yearbook staff, with Jesse
Gonzales as editor and Mr. J. B.
Williams as faculty sponsor, an-
nounced the yearbook will be avail-
able by May.
The Yearbook is a student pub-
lication, as such should be pub-
lished by students under supervi-
sion. We hope that students will
volunteer during this spring sem-
ester to help plan and execute next
COMMISSIONER ALBERT PENA
CONG. HENRY B. GONZALES
RIVER FLOAT DEPICTS
“ACE OF HAPPINESS’
On February 28th at the Grocs National Bank, the decorating and
sound consultants for the floats which will appear in the annual King’s
River Parade met to discuss this year’s fiesta plans.
Once again St. Philip’s College will participate in this parade, which
is one of the highlights of Fiesta Week. This year the River Parade
will take place on April 20th. The tentative title for the school’s
float this year is “Age of Happiness” and will feature a rainbow,
flowers and other colorful decorations, as designed by the special con-
sultants. It has been suggested that three St. Philip’s “lovelies” ride
the float, along with a combo or small band from the school.
The final decisions and choices will be made by the members of
the school’s float committee, including Miss Kathryn Walker, Mrs.
Aurona Hernandez, Mr. Levi Jackson, Mr. James Crockett and Mr.
St. Philip’s entry in the King’s River Parade in 1969 featured Miss
St. Philip’s, Annette Washington, Eleanor Biser, and a four man combo
including Aaron Waiters, Carlos Lopez, Tony Jimenez and William
Brown. That float won honorable mention in last year’s parade.
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