Frank W. Daugherty (MA '59; PhD '62) has been appointed Director of Earth Science Research for the Killgore Research Center and will participate in the 1966 Interna tional Field Institute to Brazil this summer. Frank is Associate Professor of Geology at West Texas State University at Canyon. Marthann Kessler David (BA '43) is Senior Research Scientist with Pan American in Tulsa. Marthann reports they recently moved into a new office in Pan Am's ex panded Research Center and that her work is now generally concerned with technical editing and writing. Charles R. (Bob) Davis II (BS '48) writes: "At this point, feel almost like a gypsy in this fascinating oil business. After spend ing four years in Tulsa as Unitization En gineer (1959-63) was transferred to Pampa, Texas, as District Engineer (1963 -66) and now to Nebraska." Bob is Assistant
District Superintendent for Skelly Oil Company in McCook, Nebraska. Flavy E. Davis (MA '37) continues as Execu tive Vice-President and General Manager of Rycade Oil Corporation in Houston. George A. Davis (BS '59) is Geophysicist with Ray Geophysical Company in Tripoli, Lib ya.. George writes that he is the goat rop ing champion of Africa "if there are no other rodeos on this continent" and that he will defend his title again in September. George has two boys (5 and 4) and a little girl (5 months) . Horace C. (Dave) Davis (BA '40) reports: "As last year, continue as drilling contrac tor and independent producer, principally in Eastern Colorado; still mainly gas pro duction. Continue active in civic affairs, serving as Mayor of Great Bend at present time." Dave is President of Davis Drilling, Inc., in Great Bend, Kansas. Howard E. Davis (BA '46) is Division Man ager of Anadarko Production in Midland. James H. Davis (MA '60) works as Super visory Geologist for Humble in New Or leans.
Morgan J. Davis (BA '25) is a Consultant in Houston. He was elected temporary chair man of the Geology Foundation Advisory Council last fall. At the meeting of the Gulf Coast Association of Geological So cieties last October, Morgan presented the awards for the best papers submitted. Morgan J. Davis, Jr. (MA '53) writes: "Have gone into consulting practice with Morgan J. Davis, Sr. in Houston. Also working with UT Development Fund with Tom Barrow and others. Marital progress includes a wife and four children." Richard A. (Skip) Davis, Jr. (MA '61), As sistant Professor of Geology at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, tells us they are planning a new building, too! Skip has been teaching historical geology and oceanography and has published a few "blurbs." He gave a paper at the 50th AAPG meeeting in St. Louis. This sum mer he returns to Wisconsin to work for
the state survey to continue on Lower Or dovician study in the Upper Mississippi Valley. Robert B. and Mary Quick Davis (BS '49; BS '48) report from Tyler where Bob is District Exploration Manager for Ameri can Petrofina Exploration Company. Kenneth J. (Jim) DeCook (MA '57) is Re search Associate with the Water Resources Research Center at the University of Ari zona in Tucson. Jim says he's taking more courses in hydrology as time allows and hopes to work out a study program for the PhD "eventually." Charles J. DeLancey (BS '40, MA '42), Geolo gist with Humble in Houston, reports: "The summer of 1965 was the most mem orable time in the lives of the DeLanceys which saw our daughter undergoing open heart surgery. Due to the fine skills of de voted surgeons with the Lord at their side, she has been restored to perfect health." George de Mohrenschildt (MA '45) heads Mohrenschildt Oil & Mineral Development Company, Inc., in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. George has been named Director-General of the Geologic Survey of Haiti. He reports they had a big copper discovery there and
the country is now full of Canadian min ing men and promoters. John Lane Denson (BA '49, MA '50) is Rector of Christ Church in Nashville, Tennessee. George P. Derry, Jr. (BS '49) continues as a Consulting Petroleum Geologist in Corpus. George says: "No new events. Daughters are now in high school and very active. I am enjoying my consulting work very much and am able to get a well drilled every now and then." W. H. Devine (BS '48) continues as Geologist for Sun Oil Company in Corpus Christi. Teodoro Diaz-G. (BS '40) says "no news for this year." Ted is District Geologist for Petroleos Mexicanos in Monterrey, Mexico. Bettye Hudson Dick (BS '49) sends greeetings from Midland. Kenneth L. Diebel (BS '50) was transferred to Houston from Dallas the first of the year. Ken is Division Production Geologist with Humble. George M. Dill (MA '61) has moved from Oklahoma City to Houston where he is Geophysicist with Standard Oil Company of Texas. George writes: "After 4% dry years am now back south of the Red River. I am enjoying both living in Houston and work in gravity. If you are in Houston drop in. Visited with Bill and Skeet St. John on their way from Andrews to Nor way." Bedi M. Dincel (MA '52) is Manager of the Petrodin Consulting Bureau in Ankara, Turkey. Bedi reports they're drilling wild cats for Perkins Oil Company of Wichita Falls, Texas, near the Syrian Border. Jane Ormond Dinkins (BS '38) writes from Houston that she and L. L. have bought some acreage south of Hempstead and are raising registered red Angus cattle. Lane P. Dixon (BS '53) continues as Geologist for Humble in Midland. William R. (Bill) Dixon (MA '5B) left Texaco in January to accept a position as Assist ant District Geologist with Vaughn Petro leum, Inc. in New Orleans. He and Julie are expecting their second child in Sep tember. William E. Dodd (BA '34) works as Senior Lab Technician for Humble in Baytown. He recently received another Merit Award from Humble, this one in recognition of diligent service to the company. Bill's out side interest now is the development of oil and gas potential on the family farm lands near lola. He and children, Randy (15) and Betty (11), will vacation this summer at their cabin on Woodrow Lake near Cald well. Samuel J. Dolan (BS '58) continues as Sales representative for Tex- Trade, Inc. of Hous ton in Dallas. He and Diane have four "future Longhorns."
Franklin W. Daugherty Morgan J. Davis, Jr. Bedi M. Dincel