Sam Houston in the 1950's

The Caballero Motto
"Forsooth, brothers,
fellowship is heaven, and lack of fellowship is hell;
fellowship is life, and lack of fellowship is death;
and the deed that ye do upon the earth,
it is for fellowship's sake that ye do them."
--- The Dream of John Ball, Chapter IV
Information compiled by Dr. Bill Fleming, Professor of English
Epsilon Psi Chapter ('65), Sam Houston State University
Revised: 2010
Updated: 2016
Sam Houston in 1949
"The Caballeros Arrive!"
"An Uphill Climb"
"Bill Turner,
Houstonian Editor"
"Dan Rather,
Houstonian Editor"
"New Ideas"
"Fight Night Begins"
"Tripod Always"
"Alumni Membership Growing"
"`National' Talk in the Air"
"`A Chevrolet or a Cadillac?'"
"Everybody Going Greek...
Except the Cabs!"
"Sigma Chi at Sam Houston"
John Ball and the Peasants' Revolt
Caballero Constitution
Caballeros' names on Petitioning List
Caballero Petitioning Brochure

Caballero Profiles

Lee Drain, Ed Dougherty, Dan Rather, Tom Burke, George Buckow, Bob Dalehite Bill Stinson
Tripod: A Sam Houston Legend
Caballero composites