H. Louis Lee, Jr., (BS '54, MA '58) continues to do "subsurface geology in West Texas and southeast New Mexico for Tenneco in Midland." John W. LeSassier (BS '48) reports from Mid land where he is a Partner in El Cinco Production Company. Angel Dexter Leshikar ( 1936-39 ) says that the two biggest events for her this past year was getting the 1965 issue of the Newsletter out in September and in seeeing her son, Chuck, off to the Army in February. Chuck is presently in OCS at Fort Ben ing, Georgia. Gale T. Leslie (BS '49), Staff Geologist for Shell in Houston, "starts each day off with a thrill by driving a Mustang down the Southwest Freeway at 60 mph to downtown Houston with 500,000 maniacs." G. Warren Leve (MA '52) is Project Leader (Geologist) with the USGS in Jacksonville, Florida. Warren says they're still looking for water and doing much test drilling, in cluding offshore wells. They have found fresh artesian water under the ocean thirty miles off the north Florida coast.
Alsie Linscomb (BS '51) continues as Explora tion Geologist with Coastal States Gas Producing Company in Corpus Christi. He writes: "No startling news. Everything go in along great. One new addition to the family, a nine-month-old female Beagle named Happy who obeys better than the three 'Little Linscombs' or the wife." Eugene Lipstate (BS '49) recently completed four years with "a great little oil com pany," Northwest Oil in Dallas. Gene is in charge of exploration, exploitation and production geology with a "small amount of land work thrown in." Nancy Green Lister (BA '55) writes that they have become Texans again. The Listers have moved from San Diego to Houston where they are renewing old acquaint ances. Nancy says it's great to be back. Larry D. Littlefield (BS '57) continues with the Nigerian Gulf Oil Company in Lagos, Nigeria. Larry is their Regional and Spe cial Studies Geologist. E. R. Lochte, Jr. (BS '56) is District Geologist, San Antonio District, for Midwest Oil Company.
Laddie F. Long (BS '52), Senior Geologist with University Lands in Midland, reports they moved into a new home last summer and invites all their friends to drop by when in the Midland area. Donald R. Longenecker (BS '49) is Regional Engineer for Youngstown Steel Company in Casper, Wyoming. Ted E. Longgood (BS '58, MA '60), Geologist for Humble in New Orleans, writes. "En joying new job assignment — subsurface geology in Louisiana Offshore. Longgood clan (wife Aggie and two boys, Stuart and Barton) moved to new house in March and Ted is planting grass (I will hate my self in July for fertilizing in April) and fighting all new-house problems." E. William Longmire (BS '50) is Sales Repre sentative for G. R. Haley & Company in Dallas. The Longmires are now grand parents — "twice." Robert G. Lovick (BS '51) says he enjoys re ceiving the Newsletter each year and keep ing up with people he hasn't seen since graduation. Bob is a Petroleum Geologist in New Orleans.
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Max Levin (BS '47, MA '51) continues as In dependent Geological Consultant in Mid land. Samuel Levin (BS '50, MA '52) works as Zone Geologist for Humble in New Orleans. Dean L. Leyerly (BS '50) is "still in Indiana and still homesick for Texas." Dean is Area Sales Manager for Hughes Tool Company in Evansville. Carl V. Lieb (BA '40, MA '42) is Vice Princi pal of Lanier High School in San Antonio "by day" and teacher of photography "by night" at San Antonio College. William L. Lindemann (BS '60, MA '63) is with Humble in Tyler. Bill says he, Janet and Byron (2) are enjoying living in Tyler among the trees and that he is work ing as a production geologist. Bill also says that Roy Lindholm (MA '63) got married last December and is working on his PhD at Johns Hopkins.
Allen C. Locklin (BS '54), Partner in Ridley & Locklin in Tyler, writes: "Ridley and I, along with a third person, have added a Mexican Import & Candle Shop to our en terprises (most of which tend toward non profit). Still fighting the oil biz. Spent three months in Canada last summer, oil biz investigating. The boom is on up there. Wife Nancy and both children were with me. All doing fine." John L. Loftis, Jr. (BS '40) has moved from Tulsa back to Houston where he is Ex ploration Operations Manager for Humble. John has two sons at UT at present, one of whom is a sophomore geology major. Alan Lohse (PhD '52) continues as Staff Ge ologist for Montanto in Houston. Archie T. Long (BS '49) is Geologist (Ground water) for the USGS, Water Resources Division, in Austin. Archie says he enjoys seeeing old acquaintances and renewing friendships at the Austin Geological So ciety meetings.
Howard R. Lowe (BS '48) is President of Lowe Petroleum Engineers, Ltd. in Cal gary, Canada. His firm has five profes sional petroleum engineers, one geological engineer, one geologist and a back-up staff of 34 people. Howard was recently elected Director of SPE for AIME for 1967-70 and was appointed to the National Panel of American Arbitration Association. Lester E. Ludwick (BS '50) is Supervisor of Reservoir Geology, Reservoir Engineering Department, of the El Paso Natural Gas Company in El Paso. The Ludwicks had a new addition to their family last year, a little girl. Ernest L. Lundelius, Jr. (BS '50), Associate Professor of Geology at UT, is "still teach ing geology and working on Pleistocene vertebrate faunas." He is spending this summer in Chicago working on his re search. Herman C. (Joe) Luther (BS '50) continues as District Production Geologist for Stan-