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y m The American University Library WASHINGTON. D. C. HTHERUCOLR t NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FDRTY-FDUR PURLISHED RY THE STUDENTS DF THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY, WASHINGTON, D. C. NDELLE A T W □ D LUDLUM, EDITOR RUTH CAPELLD AND MARCIA CRDUTER, CQ-EDITDRS 1 DEDICATED TO OUR COLLEGE in UJflR TM1E HURST HALL 81819 r mCKinLEV BUILDII1G " ► MEMORY tM ' ■ Sfife g S« ss flautf ■• ' i hJA m]mmm , m m .J lb « ffi BRTTELLE mEmORIflL HnmiLTon HOUSE women ' s RESIDEnCE HALL OFFICERS F PAUL F. DOUGLASS B.A., MA., LL.B.. Ph.D President of the University flominiSTRflTion GEORGE BENJAMIN WOODS B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Dean of the College and Professor of English MARY LOUISE BROWN B.A., M.A. Dean of Women and Professor of English JOHN EDWARD BENTLEY M.A.. S.T.B., M.R.E.. Th.D. Professor of Psychology WALTER FRANCIS SHENTON B.A., MA.. Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics A FflCULTV U C. HENRY LEINEWEBER Ph.D. Professor of German AUBERT BAIN POTORF B.A.. B.D., Th.M.. Th.D., D.D. Dean of Religion and William Fraser McDowell Professor of Philosophy and Religion IB] JESSIE MARY FERGUSON B.A.. B.S.. M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Education EARL AUBREY DENNIS B.A.. Ph.D. Professor of Biology A FACULTY U MERRITT C. BATCHELDER B A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of English RUBERTA M. OLDS Ph.B.. M.A. Assistant Professor of Spanish GEORGE WINSTON SMITH B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History JAMES McLAIN Assistant Professor of Music A FRCULTV U PETER P. STAPAY B.S. in Sec. Scl. Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science and Registrar DORIS LORDEN GLICK BA., M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Sociology BARBARA HALL B.S., MA. Instructor in Physical Education for Women MARY FRANCES MILLER B.A., M.A. Instructor in Speech and Dramatics A FACULTY U ROBERT M. BROWNELL B.S., M.S. Instructor in Chemistry MARION ROBERTS DAUGHERTY B.A.. Ph.D. Instructor in Economics HELEN S. MATTHEW B.A.. MA. Instructor in Political Science SUZANNE MULLETT B.A. Lecturer in Art A FflCULTV U THE BUSinESS STAFF CARROLL P. ANDERSON Business Manager CLARENCE J. RICE Assistant Business Manager ANNE JENSEN University Librarian GRACE BARNES College Librarian MARION E. MOREHOUSE PRISCILLA HOWE Secretary of The College RILLAJANE ROWE Secretary to Business Manager f reSenti 9 OFFICERS MARIAN BUNDY President DOROTHY SNYDER Vice-President MILDRED ANDERSON Secretary JAMES SITES AND MARY SPRATT Treasurers THE SEI1I0R CLASS 2. 3 Editor, 3 MILDRED ANDERSON Chevy Chase, Md. English Delta Epsilon, 4; Omicron Epsilon Pi (Vice-President and Secretary-Treasurer, 3, 4); Art Guild, 3, 4; " Eagle. " I, 3. 4 (Social Editor. 2): Handbook (Co- tor, 3); French Club. 2 (Secretary-Treasurer, I); Publication Board, 4; Orienta- ,. ,1 Board, 2; Class Captain, 4; Class Secretary, 4; Chorus, I, 2; Glee Club, I, 2; Alpha Chi Omega ( " Lyre " Editor, 2; Recording Secretary. 3: Corresponding Secretary, 4 : President. 4); Pan-Hellenic Council, 4. " Millie " — with a ring from Roja . . . into more activities than you ' d think . . . but quietly . . . with help ... a friend and accompanist not soon forgotten . . . infectious giggle . . . good taste . . . efficiency with charming exterior. ANN BENNETT Chevy Chase, Md. Sociology — Psychology University of Maryland, I; Dramat, I, 2, 3, 4; " Eagle, " 2, 3; " Aucola, " I. 2; Social Board, 3; A. U. Fund Drive. I, 2; Phi Mu; Pan-Hellenic Council. 3; Fall Festival, 4. Wacky . . . seen slaving over dramat scenery . . . Humps . . . Penny in " You Can ' t Take It With You " ... a sincere friend . . . irrepressible humor ... wit ... no respecter of persons . . . the life of any party. MIRIAM BERMAN Ellenville, N. Y. Sociology Class Honors, 2, 3, 4; Cao and Gown, 3 (President. 4); College Honor, 4 : Who ' s Who, 4; Pi Delta Epsilon, 3, 4; Pi Gamma Mu. 4; Delta Sigma Rho, 3 (President. 4); Dramat, I, 2, 4 (President, 3); Debate, I. 2, 4 (Manager 3); Speaker ' s Bureau. 3 (Manager, 2); " Eagle, " I, 2, 3; " Courier, " 4; " Aucola, " 2 (Copy Editor, 3); French Club, I; League of Women Voters. I (Vice-President. 2); College Council, 3 (Vice-President, 4); Publications Board, 2; A. U. Fund Drive! 4; Basketball, I, 2, 3; Women ' s House Council (Vice-President. 4); Sophomore Dance, 2; Navy Dance, 4. " Mimi " . . . one of the strongest personalities that ever hit A. U. . . . there ' s no honor that she missed, nor activity she slighted and she excels in every one. AGNES BIRNEY Washington, D. C. English Wells College. 1939-41; Yale University. 1941-42; Art Guild, 2; International Re- lations Club (President, 4); French Club, 2; Glee Club, I, 2; Basketball, I. 2; Tennis, I, 2; Hockey, I, 2. " Bitsy " . . . with a little turned-up nose . . . poise . . . playwright . . . drama at Yale . . . screams and giggles during biology dissections . . . dependable . . . fun . . . genuine. T H E S £ n I R [16] MARIAN BUNDY Saranac lake, N. Y. Political Science Who ' s Who. 4; Dramat, I (Secretary, 2; Vice-President, 3): Spanish Club. I League of Women Voters, I, 2; Religious Board, 2, 3: Orientation Board, 4 A. U. Fund Drive. 2. 4; Class Secretary. 3; Class President. 4; Glee Club. I. 2 Student Christian Fellowship (Recording Secretary, 2, 3; President, 4); Women ' s House Council (Secretary, 2; Treasurer, 3; President, 4); Kappa Delta (Vice- President. 4); Dance Committee, 3. " Pete " . . . writes slews of letters overseas . . . guiding light of S. C. F. , . . chief apprentice administrator for Dramat last year . . . into nearly everything. MARGARET BURRUS Washington, D. C. Economics Cap and Gown. 4; Who ' s Who. 4; Pi Gamma Mu, 4 : " Aucola, " 2, 3; Spanish Club. I, 2; League of Women Voters (Comptroller, 3. 4); Orientation Board, 3, 4 : College Council, 3. 4; Class Vice-President. 3; Glee Club. I. 2; Delta Gamma (Vice-President, 2, 3; President, 4); Pan-Hellenic Council. 2, 4; Junior Prom (Chairman. 3). Oh, so efficient as student comptroller, but that ' s not all . . . an active participant in jam sessions . . . ever ready for a quick game of bridge . . . sports those Navy wings. MIRIAM COLLINS Birmingham, Ala. English and History Brenau College. 1942; Omicron Epsilon Pi. 4; Chorus. 4; Glee Club, 4; Student Christian Fellowship, 3, 4; Alpha Gamma Delta. Gay . . . " Follow the swallow from Apollo " . . . Southern belle . . . loves home-cooked meals, especially Miss Brown ' s. KATHRYN COY Indianapolis, Ind. Franklin College; Ind Psychology and Sociology ersity; Butler University; League of Won horus. 4; Pi Beta Phi. Solid on the old soprano, right straight through . . . holds us on whenever we tend to stray to reading the wrong note . . . maybe her little girl will grow up to come here too. CLASS OF 1944 117) WENDELL DETTY Washington, D. C. Chemistry College Council, 4; Alpha Kappa Pi. " Wendy " . . . philosopher ... he might surprise you . . . what ' s science if you can ' t get a little general education with it . . . and get around a little with the dames? MAE FULLMER Milford, Mich. Religious Education Michigan State Normal College. 1923-25; Lucy Webb Hayes National Training School, 1727-29; Chorus, I. Sweet . . . gentle ... a welcomed addition to any group . . . former mission teacher . . . strong in her defense of sociology . . . intense about it. «r K.- ' ■? ' ■ m RUTH GERAN Washington, D. C. Biology Cap and Gown (Secretary-Treasurer, 4); Beta Beta Beta, 3, 4; Spanish Club, I, 2; League of Women Voters, I, 2 3; College Council, I. 2. 3. 4; A. U. Fund Drive, I, 2, 3; Class Vice-President, I; Chorus, I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, I, 2. 3, 4; Band, ' I, 2, 3; Orchestra, I, 2, 3; Quarters, 4; Intramurals, I, 2, 3; Basketball. I, ' 2, 3; Student Christian Fellowship, I, 2, 3, 4; Best Loved Girl, 4; Kappa Delta. I, 2, 3 (President, 4); Pan-Hellenic Council, 3 (President, 4). " Ruthie " . . . it ' s impossible to make her mad . . . she ' s always got a cheerful remark for you no matter who you are . . . usually " frozen " in the biology lab. CATHRYN KAUFMANN Atlanta, Ga. Political Science Duke University, 1940-42; Class Honors. 3; Pi Gamma Mu, 3, 4; International Relations Club. 3. 4. " Kay " . . . dees she live in Georgia or is it California? . . . Nothing like graduating in February . . . can really get hot on political dis- cussions and most of all — she doesn ' t like to travel. THE S E II I R [18 1 MAURINE OTT Pampa, Texas Biology Beta Beta Beta (President, 3, 4); College Council, 4; Intramurals, I, 2; Basketball, I, 2; Student Christian Fellowship, I, 2, 4 (Publicity Chairman, 3); Kappa Delta. " Mott " ... A. U. ' s chief biologist . . . always seen in lab . . . sectioning embryos . . . washing dishes . . . cutting up eats . . . scien- tific illustrator par excellence. BETTY PARKER Washington, D. C. English University of California at Los Angeles, 1939-40; George Washington University, 1940; Dramat (Vice President, 4); Intramurals, 2, 3; Delta Gamma (Vice-Presi- dent, 4). Jezebel . . . night and day what a difference . . . Admirals and cock- tail parties . . . gay, eh? . . . Sonny . . . " My Group " . . . member of the " in-group " . , . get to knew her and you ' ll never be sorry. FAITH PETTIT Jersey Shore, Pa. Art Art Guild, 3 (Vice-President, 4); " Aucola " (Art Editor. 3); Glee Club, I, 2; W. R. H. Council (Social Chairman, 2); Alpha Chi Omega (Social and Activity Chairman, 2, 3; Vice-President, 4); Dance Committees, I. 2, 3; Social Board, 4. " Flea " . . . charming . . . petite . . . ready with a smile . . . often seen painting interesting pictures at Phillips Gallery of Art. BELLE RESSLER Washington, D. C. Economics and Statistics Class Honors. I, 2, 3. 4; Pi Delta Epsilon. 3, 4; Dramat, 4 (Assistant Business Manager, 2; Manager, 3); Omicron Epsilon Pi (Assistant Editor, I, 2; President and Editor, 3; Associate Editor, 4); International Relations Club. 4; " Eagle, " I, 2. 3; " Aucola, " I (Literary Editor, 2; Editor, 3; Advisory Editor, 4); A. U. Fund Drive, I; Junior Prom Committee, 3; Social Committee, 3; Women ' s House Council (Social Chairman, 3). These married women who go to college, keep house and contribute to the war effort all at one throw! Experience has she plenty and with all her busyness finds time to give the uninitiated some of the proceeds of it. CLASS OF 1944 GLENN RIDDELL Washington, D. C. Sociology Arkansas Polytechnic College, 1940-41 ; Class Honors, 2; Omicron Delta Kappa, 4; Who ' s Who, 3; Pi Gamma Mu, 3 (Vice-President, 4); Art Guild. 3, 4 (Treasurer. 2); Publications Board. 3; College Council, 3; Student Association (President, 4); Class President, 3; Chorus, I, 2, 3. 4; Glee Club. 3; Band, 2; Orchestra, I; Quarters, 3; Intramurals. 3; Student Christian Fellowship, I, 2, 3; Alpha Tau Omega (Vice-President. 3); Interfraternity Council, 4. His middle name is Ernest and he is always living up to it . . . he is no politician, but is always -finding himself involved in politics . . . being a preacher has its pros and cons, but being student body presi- dent! " Oh, Anthonyl " WILLIS RUDDOCK Homer City, Pa. Religion and Philosophy Spanish Club, I, 2, 3; Chorus, I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, I, 2, 3. 4. Our tenor, preacher, bus driver ... his " best loved girl " is his wife how he ever did all the outside things and graduated is still a mystery . . . perhaps even to him, but he did it— in February too! DORIS SCHOSTAL New York, N. Y. Political Science Wagner Memorial Lutheran College. 1940-41; Class Honors, I. 2, 3; Pi Gamma Mu, 3 (President, 4); Omicron Epsilon Pi, 2, 3. 4; Debate. 2; International Rela- tions Club, I, 4 (Librarian, 2; President, 3): ,, Eagle, " 3, 4; " Courier, " 4; French Club 3 (Secretary-Treasurer, 2); League of Women Voters. 2; Scholarship and Curriculum Board. 3. Our little continental thing . . . politics . . Madison for me. . . spit fire . . . writer . . . arguer on any- MEN! And it ' s Madison, it ' s Madison, it ' s JAMES SITES Gladstone, Va. Biology French Club, I, 2; Class Treasurer, 4; Alpha Tau Omega (President, 4); Beta Beta Beta, 3, 4. " Dr. " Sites . . . now a budding medico in snazzy Navy uniform at G. W. U. but still finds time to come and visit us. Don ' t you Jimmy? T H E S E n I R DOROTHY SNYDER Washington, D. C. Sociology and Psychology Hood College, I; Constitution Committee; Athletic Board; Class Vice-President, 4; Alpha Ph i (Vice-President, 4). Dorrrotheee ... has a car. but! . . . plans future in Navy blue . . . all-purpose suit ... a NATIVE Washingtonlan ... fun over cokes, bridge and . . . " Look, Fellows " . . . naturally curly hair too . . . A. U. ' s originator of " BGOC. " MARY SPRATT Washington, D. C. Art Dunbarton College; Art Guild. 3; Class Treasurer, 4; Delta Gamma. Sweet and smooth, this Southern belle from down Al ' bama way sur- prises you sometimes with her quietly discerning remarks . . . and at the same time as one of the " crazy art gang, " is ever ready for a barrel of fun! YVONNE WERNER Hyattsville, Md. Biology Class Honors, I; Beta Beta Beta, 2 (Treasurer, 3; Secretary, 4); French Club, I; Spanish Club ' , 3; League of Women Voters. I; Pan-Hellenic Cup, I; Alpha Phi (Secretary, 2, 3; President, 4); Pan-Hellenic Council (Vice-President, 4); Junior Class Dance Committee. 3. " Ivy " ... a woman AND a biologist . . . " Won ' t you come and see my mice? " . . . Bridge, the Spanish and a Mexican are all for " Ivy " . . . Infectious is her laugh. C_y CLASS Of 1944 I 21 1 - reSenti v OFFICERS BARBARA HULFISH President IRENE JAWOROWSKI Vice-President JANE ENGELL Secretary BECKY BURN S Treasurer THE JUI1I0R CLASS NOELLE ATWOOD LUDLUM . Washington. D. C. Class Honors. I, 2. 3; Who ' s Who. 3: " Eagle, " I; " Aucola " (Editor 3): Sophomore Scholarship Chair, man. 2; Class Vice-President, 2; Pan-Hellenic Cup: Delta Gamma Scholarship Cup; Delta Gamma (Treasurer. 3; Ritual Chairman, 3; Anchora Corre- spondent. 2). MARY AUCH Cincinnati. Ohio Education Brenau College. 1940. 1942 43; University of Cincin- nati, 1941; Indiana University. 1941-42; League of Women Voters, I; Chorus, I; Glee Club. I; Base- ball. I; Basketball (Captain. I); Bios Club. 2. BARBARA BISCHOFF New Castle, Pa. Psychology George Washington University 1940-42; International Relations Club, 3; Archery; Modern Dance I; Canoeing Crew. I. PHYLLIS BRIDGE Haiardville, Conn. Psychology Marietta College. 1937-38. 1940-41; Class Honor; Dramatic Club, I. 2; International Relations Club, I, 2; Cosmopolitan Club. I. 2; French Club. I League of Women Voters, 2, 3; College Council Chorus, I. 2; Glee Club. I, 2; Basketball I Tennis. I, 2; Barbarians, I, 2; Sophomore Prom Committee. 2. u n i ROBERT BROCKWAY Honolulu, T. H. History University of Hawaii, 1941. BECKY BURNS Scranton. Pa. Religion Class Honors, I; Dramat, 2; Art Guild. 2; " Eagle, " 2; Orientation Board, 2; Class Treasurer, 3; Intra- murals. I. 2; Basketball. I, 2; Student Christian Fellowship, I, 2. 3; Women ' s House Council. I, 3; Phi Mu (Vice-President. 2; President, 3); Pan- Hellenic Council, 2, 3; Sophomore Dance and Navy Dance, 2. 3. ELAINE COHN Chicago, III. Political Science Wilson Junior College, 1940-42; International Rela- tions Club, I (Vice-President, 2; President, 3); Women ' s Athletic Board. I, 2; Fine Arts Club. I. 2; Humanities Club, 2; German Club, I, 2. MARY LOU COURTNEY Chevy Chase. Md. Biology " Aucola, " I. 2. 3; Athletic Board; Basketball. 2; Delta Gamma. MARCIA CROUTER Maiden. Mass. Art Dramat, I; Art Guild, 2, 3; Debate, I; International Relations Club, 2, 3; " Eagle, " I, 2; " Aucola " (Co- editor, 3); Student Christian Fellowship, I, 2, 3; Best Loved Girl, Sophomore Class, 2; Phi Mu. JANE ENGELL Washington. D. C. Biol ogy Class Honors, I, 2; Beta Beta Beta, 2, 3; " Aucola, " I, 2; Social Board, 3 : Class Secretary, 3; Delta Gamma; Pan-Hellenic Council, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee, 3. LUCIA ENGLEHART Brazil, Ind. Education and English Indiana University, 1941-42; Dramat, I. 2, 3; Debate, I; " Courier, " 3; " Aucola, " I; French Club, 2; Chorus, 3; Glee Club. 3; Intramurals. 2; Basketball. I. 2; Delta Gamma. BEVERLY GRAYSON New York, N. Y. History Blue Ridge College, 1941-42; Dramat. I. u n i BARBARA HULFISH Alexandria, Va. Biology Class Honors I. 2; Pi Delta Epsilon. 2 (President, 3)- Beta Beta Beta 3; Dramat, I, 2 (Secretary, 3); Omicron Epsilon Pi I. 2 (President, 3); Art Guild, 2; Debate I. 2, 3; Speaker ' s Bureau, I; " Eagle, " 1 (Issue Editor, 2); " Courier " (Associate Editor, 3); " Aucola, " I. 2 (Literary Editor, 3); Handbook, I; " Pinfeathers " (Co-editor I); French Club I, 2; League of Women Voters, I- Publication Board 2, 3; College Council, 3; A. U. Fund Drive 3; Class President, 3; Class Parliamentarian, I. 2; Chorus. I. 2 3- Glee Club I 2; Basketball, I 2, 3; Hayride Committee I; Sophomore Dance Committee. 2; Junior Prom Committee. 3. JANE INGLING Falls Church, Va. Psychology Fairmont Junior College, 1940-42. IRENE JAWOROWSKI Bridgeport, Conn. Political Science and History Class Honors. I; Who ' s Who, 3; Dramat, I, 2, 3; Debate, I 2, 3; " Eagle, " I (News Editor, 2); " Courier " (Editor 3); " Aucola, " 3; " Pinfeathers " (Co-editor I); College Council, 3; " A " Club (Sec- retary 3); A. U. Fund Drive, 3; Class Vice-Presi- dent 3; Basketball, 2; Women ' s House Council (Treasurer 3); Kappa Delta (Secretary, 3); Pan- Hellenic Council, 3; Junior Prom Committee, 3. EYTHA KARASICK Chicago, III. Psychology Wright Junior College. 1941-42; Northwestern Uni- versity. 1942-43. j u n MARGARET MAGUIRE Rutherford, N. J. Education and Art Alfred University, 1942-13; " Aucola, " 3; Chorus, I, 2; Intramurals, I, 2; Baseball, I. 2; Basketball, I, 2; Tennis, I, 2; Student Christian Fellowship, I, 2, 3; Delta Gamma. JAY RASOOLI Washington. D. C. Biology Yale University, 1930-31; Oberlin College, 1931-32; University of London. 1932-35; Beta Beta Beta, 3. MARJORIE SMITH Belhesda, Md. Romance Languages Maryville College, 1940-41 ; " Aucola, " 3; French Club, 2; Intramurals, 2; Student Christian Fellowship, 3; Phi Mu. MARYANNE SMITH Washington, D. C. Fine Arts Art Guild, 2. JEAN LEIGHTON Montrose, Md. English Omicron Epsilon Pi, I, 2, 3; " Pinfeathers, " I; Glee Club, I; Intramurals. I, 2; Tennis, I, 2; Student Christian Fellowship, I, 2. EDWARD LEWIS Silver Sprinq, Md. Psychology Asbury College, 1940-41; Frostburg Stale Teachers ' C ollege, 1942-43; Dramat, I. 2; Chorus, I. 2; Glee Club I, 2; Orchestra, 2; Track, I; Basketball. I; Alpha Tau Omega. ETHEL LOW Liberty. N. Y Biology Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1937-38; Beta Beta Beta. I (Historian, 2); Chorus, I, 2. SHIRLEY MASSELL Atlanta, Ga. English Oglethorpe University; Marjorie Webster Junior Col- lege; College Honors, I, 3; Kappa Gamma Phi. R S DAPHNE STEVENSON Clearwater, Fla. Art Class Honors. I; Dramat, I. 2 (President, 3); Art Guild. 2, 3; " Eagle, " I, 2; Orientation Board, 2; Cheerleader, I, 2, 3 : College Cheerleader, 3; Chorus, I. 2. 3; Glee Club, I, 2; Intramurals, I, 2; Basketball, I, 2 : Delta Gamma (Treasurer, 3); Freshman Dance Committee; Sophomore Dance Com- mittee; " A " Club, I, 2, 3. JASPER STUART Jacksonville. Fla. Political Science Lt. Reck College, I. 2. LEON TESTA Washington, D. C. Religion George Washington University, 1742-43; Religious Board, 3; Chorus, 2, 3; Alpha Tau Omega. ANNE TRAMMELL McLean, Va. Education " Aucola " (Advertising Manager, 3); Alpha Chi Omega. u n i BARBARA WALLER Washington. D. C. Music, English Wilson Teachers ' College, 1941-42; " Aucola, " 3; Chorus, 2, 3; Glee Club. 2, 3; Orchestra. 2; Student Christian Fellowship, 2, 3. QS f- reSenti f OFFICERS MIRIAM LEETCH President GEORGE LATHAM Vice-President DOROTHY BROWN Secretary JEAN GOCHENOUR Treasurer THE SOPHOmORE CLASS S0PH0I110RES MURIEL ADAMS Chevy Chase, Md LOUIS BARTH Florence. S. C. DOROTHY BROWN Washington. D. C RUTH CAPELLO Chevy Chase. Md. IRENE CLAY Washington, D. C. MARY DEIMEL Washington, D. C. LOIS FESSENDEN Hyattsville, Md. STACIA GANAS Washington, D. C. JANINE GIBBS Washington, D. C. JEAN GOCHENOUR Washington, D. C. JEAN HEWITT Washington. D. C. JULIA HONEYWELL Bethesda, Md PATRICIA JACKSON Chevy Chase, Md. BETTY JAMIESON Washington. D. C. rs k fl mm mm MARGERY KIMBALL HARRY KITAHATA altimore. Md. Denson. Ark. SHIRLEE KOGOD Washington, D. C. BETTY KOSTAKOS Washington, D. C. JUNE KULLBERG Washington, D. C. GEORGE LATHAM Chevy Chase, Md. MIRIAM LEETCH MARY ELIZABETH LEONARD Washington. D. C. Washington. D. C. MARGARET LONG Washington, D. C. ALICE LUNDEGAARD Melrose Park, Pa. MARGARET McCONNELL Naiareth. Pa. MARY LOUISE MclNTOSH Washington. D. C. FRANCES McPHERSON Kensington, Md. ETHEL PERRIN Rutherford. N. J. SOPHOmORES SOPHOmORES ' f PATRICIA PETTIT Jersey Shore. Pd H £ JEAN PROETSCH Washington, D. C. Vy ' GARELD SCHWEITZER Washington, D. C. M ■ L». " - jBl CLIFDENE SCRIMSHAW Rochester, N. Y. FLORENCE SPALDING Scranton. Pa. IKVW. EDITH SPRAGUE Washington, D. C. B -»• • t ™ ' V SAKIKO TOGASHI Amache, Colo. GEORGE TOLLEY Alexandria, Va. PHYLLIS WEINER Rockville Center. N. Y. [32] ml:, l f- redenti f OFFICERS MERRILL SICKLES President BRITT SCHWEITZER Vice-President JOYCE GOCHENOUR Secretary CONNIE DALRYMPLE Treas THE FRESHIIIflll CLASS THE FRESHItlfln CLASS Bruce Andrews Jonas Arnason Rose Barbara Helen Barr Carroll Bischoff Audrey Blessing Albert Botkin Catherine Brockmeyer James Chin Helen Cohen Rosalie Corrado John Cotrona Beverly Cushman Connie Dalrymle Bruce Drake Elizabeth Eisinger Jane Fendrich Elizabeth Gillespie Carola Giovannoni Joyce Gochenour Jean Graham Jean Hickman Doris Isemann Janice Jones Frances Kaplus Ruth Kingston Brita Korsstrom Henry Latimer Jeanne Lear Mary Virginia Lee Florence Louthan Florence Lyman Susanne McBride Peggy McFarland Bessie Manos Anna Moore Victor Nash Edna Offenberg Clifton Olmstead Cynthia Olson Jean Peck Carol Racoosin Adele Reese Enid Rigby Jean Rittenhouse Natalie Rose Laverne Russell Doris Schumaker Britt Schweitzer Dorothy Shorb Merrill Sickles Halldor Sigurdsson Barbara Simmons Muriel Simon Elizabeth Smith LeRoy Smith Ruth Snyder Earl Sommers Betty-Lee Torrey James Valentine Shirley Walcott Kathleen Watson Hanna Wijsenbeek Marjorie Woods SIBLEY HOSPITAL PHILLIPS MEMORIAL ART GALLERY ; g vt 19 _ ¥1 K 9 »Pi J R C T I U I T I E s COLLEGE HOnOR SOCIETV DR. GEORGE W. SMITH President MEMBERS Miss Mary Louise Brown Mr. Robert M. Brownell Dr. Earl A. Dennis Miriam Berman Dr. Walter F. Shenton Dr. George B. Woods Belle Ressler OMICRON DELTA KAPPA CAP AND GOWN JAMES McLAIN President MIRIAM BERMAN President MEMBERS MARGARET BURRUS Vice-President Dr. G. B. Woods Dr. W. F. Shenton Dr. A. B. Potorf Glenn Riddell RUTH GERAN Secretary » " f% . •- ■ -3 DELTA SIGMA RHO National honorary fraternity rewarding ex- cellence in forensics . . . high scholastic achieve- ment is also recognized ... to be eligible a debater must participate in at least three inter- collegiate debates. PI GAMMA MU Honorary Social Science fraternity . . . allied with the School of Social Science and Public affairs . . . Gamma chapter founded 1931, pro- motes interest in economics, history, sociology and political science. BETA BETA BETA Ten new members . . . the biennial Science Show sponsored in face of difficulties with timely exhibits in other scientific fields besides biology . . . under the leadership of President Maurine Ott. PI DELTA EPSILON Journalistic fraternity . . . the goal of copy- writer, editor, and circulation manager . . . open to editors, business managers and their associates on the " Aucola, " the " Eagle, " and the " Courier. " COLLEGE COUnCIL FACULTY Dr. Douglass Mr. Stapay Dr. Batchelder Dr. Woods Dr. Potorf Miss Olds Miss Brown Dr. Ferguson Mr. Brownell STUDENTS GLENN RIDDELL President MIRIAM BERMAN Vice-President RUTH GERAN Secretary MARGARET BURRUS Comptroller SENIOR MEMBERS James Sites Maurine Ott JUNIOR MEMBERS Irene Jaworowski Noelle Ludlum SOPHOMORE MEMBERS Irene Clay Muriel Adams FRESHMAN MEMBERS Bruce Andrews LeRoy Smith PUBl .ICATIC DNS BOARD SOCIAL BOARD Dr. Shenton Mildred Anderson Miss Brown Faith Pettit Dr. Smith Mr. Stapay Adele Barbara Hulfish George Tolley Reese Mr. McLai Miss Hall Miss Miller Jane Engell Alice Lundegaard Merrill Sickles ATHLETIC BOARD ORIENTATION Dr. Douglass Dr. Woods BOARD Irene Jaworowski Miriam Betman Dr. Potorf Dr. Dennis Miss Hall Dorothy Snyder Mary Lou Courtney Gareld Schweitzer Bruce Drake Miss Brown Patricia Jackson Dr. Shenton Dr. Potorf Miss Hall Edward G. La ch Glenn Marian Bundy Ruth Geran Gareld Schweitzer Daphne Stevenson Riddell Dr. Potorf Dr. Bentley Mr. McLair RELIGION BOARD Marian Bundy Leon Testa Mary Elizabeth Leonard Clifton Omstead AUCOLfl OF 1944 EDITORIAL STAFF NOELLE ATWOOD LUDLUM Editor RUTH CAPELLO Co-Editor MARCIA CROUTER Co-Editor BARBARA HULFISH Literary Editor JUNE KULLBERG Informal Photography MARY LOU COURTNEY Formal Photography GEORGE LATHAM Sports Editor BUSINESS STAFF MURIEL ADAMS Business Manager ANNE TRAMMELL Advertising Manager Early start for an early yearbook . . . and the editor decides to get married in midstream . . . exit Mrs. Ludlum . . . enter Ruth Capello and Marcia Crouter . . . work continues . . . Belle Ressler aids the uninitiated . . . snapshots pour in on June Kullberg and advertisements assail Anne Trammell . . . Mike Adams sends herself a bill alonq with the others . . . Latham forgets his leg art on the sports page but fixes it up anyway . . . B. Hulfish vows the copy shall not all be written at the last minute, but it is and after . . . Noelle writes from New York . . . odd looking photo- graphs return from photographer and engraver ... we howl . . . but only the sororities get taken over. Last-minute rush, name scrambling, and behold the " Aucola " of I 944! THE COURIER STAFF IRENE JAWOROWSKI Editor BARBARA HULFISH Associate Editor GARELD SCHWEITZER Business Manager GEORGE TOLLEY Advertising Manager SECOND SEMESTER GEORGE TOLLEY Editor FRANCES McPHERSON Associate Editor I No more Bird . . . No more Birdcage . . . Instead, " The American University Courier " takes over . . . First semester . . . No office, no desks, no typewriters, no staff, no nothin ' . . . Jaworowski, Hulfish and Tolley wear a path between 1901 F St. and campus . . . Saturday mornings in the S. S. room . . . No tennis balls, no blackboards, no goldfish bowls ... Is a paper coming out this week? . . . Uhhh, says George . . . Latham and the Hot Shoppe ad . . . Betty Lou writes a column or two . . . Second semester ... an OFFICE! . . . Editor, Associate Editor, Business Manager and Ad Writer run for President . . . Editor wins! . . . The Issue That Wasn ' t Mailed . . . Tolley takes over . . . Frannie worries . . . Eagle Squawks . . . An ALL-University paper ... Pi Delta taps. s t u d e n t CHRiSTinn fellowship ADVISORS Dr. A. B. Potorf Mr. J. L. McLain Reverend E. G. Latch OFFICERS MARIAN BUNDY President MARGARET McCONNELL Vice-President IRENE CLAY Secretary EUGENE PICKETT Treasurer MARY ELIZABETH LEONARD Worship Chairman ■4 POETRV CLUB BARBARA HULFISH . MILDRED ANDERSON JEAN LEIGHTON . . President BELLE RESSLER . . . Editor DR. MERRITT C. BATCHELDER . . . Faculty Adviser DORIS SCHOSTAL . . . Keeper of the Seal 1. R. c. ELAINE COHN . , . DOROTHY SHORB . . JEAN HEWITT . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer a M i a i ■Blllll H IIP) lib DEBATE DR. G. B. WOODS Adviser MEMBERS Miriam Berman Frances Kaplus Barbara Hulfish Jean Proetsch Irene Jaworowslci Edward Stern womEirs house councn MARIAN BUNDY President MIRIAM BERMAN Vice-President MARGARET McCONNELL Secretary IRENE JAWOROWSKI Treasurer BECKY BURNS Social Chairman m t i c Starting with Y. C. T. I. W. Y. . . . " The cast is screwier than the play, " quoth a senior . . . she wasn ' t lying . . . Tea and " Letters " . . . Good old Shakespeare . . . We Ye still confused ... Is Mr. Mac, Glenn or Glenn, Mr. Mac? . . . Those cut lines . . . Double trouble . . . Girls, don ' t let your voices slip . . . Angel smiling through it all. HI H W CHORUS September, 1943, found the chorus in strange surroundings . . . No night rehearsal . . . Just a squeezed-in conference period . . . Decreasing number of men . . . Entrance of Guy ' s smooth baritone . . . Florence ' s full soprano . . . Long bus rides to chapel . . . Chorus serenading . . . " Do your ears hang low? " . . . Savory odors from the dining room at church . . . " I ' m starved " . . . Joint concert with Howard University . . . International Students ' Day with a Reception at the Czechoslovakian Embassy . . . " kde domov muy? " . . . Christmas concert at Foundry ... a sea of faces . . . Margie at the piano . . . " Wasn ' t that a mighty day? " . . . I ' ll say! . . . Second Semester on campus . . . Deep sofas and straight chairs . . . Good news! . . . Hurst Hall for rehearsal . . . Girls ' chorus with WAVES at Foundry . . . Mac absent and no accompanist . . . Everyone directing at once . . . Rehearsal for spring concert . . . Tsing! Boom! . . . Daphne and Ruthie singing tenor . . . Merrill ' s high A ' s . . . Leon ' s jokes . . . " Did you hear the one about the minister? . . . Mr. Mac . . . " Clip those tones " . . . " Hal-le- lu-jah! " . . . Endurance test for sopranos . . . Communion with complicated responses . . . " What number? " . . . New music . . . " Keep a-inchin ' along " . . . Chorus theme song . . . Spring Concert — Whee! IIITERnflTIOnflL S T U D E n T S DflV GYMNASIUM ATHLETICS 81S19 BASKETBALL SCORES OF 1943-44 A. U. A. U. A. U. A. U. A. U. A. U. A. U. A. U. A. U. A. U. A. U. 34 32 46 34 30 44 73 52 24 27 Army War College 48 Juanita 83 Navy Thunderbolts 34 Gallaudet 36 Catholic University 49 Coast Guard 64 Loyola 58 Gallaudet 46 Catholic University 59 Ox Fiber Brush Co 21 Mount St. Mary ' s 39 BASKETBALL TEAM ROBERT MILLER Captain CLARENCE SHEFFER Coach ARTIE BOYD Coach Henry Latimer Robert Guy Ralph Yow Glenn Riddell Merrill Heddings Bruce Drake Bunny Cittrebaum LeRoy Smith John Poston Albert Botkin Richard Poston George Latham This fall the athletic director was con- fronted by many problems concerning our basketball season. In spite of the fact that only a handful of men were left on the campus, Miss Hall could count on both " Bob " Miller, who was on the ' 42- ' 43 varsity, and " Herky " Latimer, who played with Bethesda-Chevy Chase last year, to build a team. With Bob Miller as cap- tain, Herky Latimer, Ralph Yow, Bruce Drake, Glenn Riddell, LeRoy Smith, Albert Botkin, Jim Chin, and George Latham appeared for practice in October. Coach Clarence Sheffer was our first instructor; however, he had to go to California, and Artie Boyd took over during the second semester and we really got a good team to- gether. During the first semester we had to rely on the Bomb Disposal School for some experienced men, but due to the fact that we had a hard time getting together for prac- tice, our play was rather ragged at times. Our first game, with the Ox Fiber Brush Company ended 24-21 and helped greatly, because it showed our faults. Immediately Coach Sheffer had the boys work on the fast break which stood us in good stead the rest of the season. In league competition this year we ended with three victories and five defeats, but that does not tell the whole story. We were beaten by two- and three-point margins in several of the games. The climax of the season was the Catholic University game. Although the under dogs, we tied the score eleven times before we lost 59-52. We got to the semi- finals in the playoffs, in the first game we played Gallaudet 31-36, in a hard-fought con- test. The following evening we met Mount Saint Mary ' s whom we had played in league competition during the year. We lost 39-27 but there were only five men on the squad who played the whole game. Mount Saint Mary ' s won the final playoffs the following night. In the second semester we were helped by some new men. They were Merrill Heddings, John Poston, Richard Poston and Bunny Cittrebaum. Thus ended the 1943-1944 basket- ball season. 151| GIRLS ' SPORTS " A " CLUB BECKY BURNS President IRENE JAWOROWSKI . . . . Secretary MEMBERS Miriam Berman Noelle Ludlum Irene Clay Maurine Ott Ruth Geran Edith Sprague Jean Gochenour Daphne Stevenson First meeting of the year . . . Becky promoted to president . . . Big plans laid . . . and followed out . . . Men ' s Varsity against the girls, or vice versa . . . Leg contest held at half-time despite splints, bandages, etc. . . . Georgia wins, Henri- etta next . . . Betty Lou half-drowned in her feinted faint . . . No scratching, boys . . . Hawaii Bob, Captains Sprague and Miller star . . . Any split seams, Bruce? Score 14-13, guess who? . . . Bowling next on the list . . . All-star girls and boys . . . Never can tell, can you, fel- lows? . . . Don ' t forget it ' s Leap Year . . . Cheers to the Athletic Department, one B. C. Hall, by name. FRflTERIIITIES € 0P OFFICERS RUTH GERAN President MILDRED ANDERSON . . Vice-President BECKY BURNS Secretary JANE ENSELL Treasurer MEMBERS Irene Jaworowski Margaret McConnell Mary Elizabeth Leonard Margaret Burrus p a n h e l l e n i c counciL Pan-Hellenic Council . . . Cooperation among the fair sex . . . Rushing rules changed . . . Three parties instead of two . . . Quotas stay at twenty . . . In- terfraternity Prom with blind dates from the ASTP at Georgetown . . . February pledges . . . April Fool ' s picnic in the woods . . . No poison ivy reported! . . . Song Fest practice in March . . . Secrets kept till April 18 . . . Male pledges? . . . Spring elections . . . House parties, may- be? I II T C R FR ATE R II I T V C0UI1CIL OFFICERS GARELD SCHWEITZER . . President GLENN RIDDELL . . Vice-President GEORGE LATHAM . . . Secretary LEON TESTA Treasurer phi m u Gamma Delta Founded 1933 Hfc Founded 1852 OFFICERS BECKY BURNS President MARY LOUISE MclNTOSH Vice-President JUNE KULLBERG Secretary JEAN PROETSCH Treasurer MEMBERS Ann Bennett Margaret McConnell Sara Simpich Marcia Crouter Anna Moore Marjorie Smith Stacia Ganas Jean Peck Florence Spalding Clifdene Scrimshaw DELTA G ft 111 m R Beta Epsilon founded 1936 Founded 1874 OFFICERS MARGARET BURRUS President BETTY PARKER Vice-President MARY LOU COURTNEY Recording Secretary MARY SPRATT Corresponding Secretary DAPHNE STEVENSON Treasurer MEMBERS Barbara Bischoff Jane Engell Brita Korsstrom Carroll Bischoff Lucia Englehart Noelle Atwood Ludlum Beverly Cushman Elizabeth Gillespie Margaret Maguire Mary Deimel Joyce Gochenour Edith Sprague ALPHA CHI m E G A CK K) Beta Rho founded 1937 Founded 1885 OFFICERS MILDRED ANDERSON President FAITH PETTIT Vice-President DOROTHY BROWN Secretary MARY ELIZABETH LEONARD Treasurer MEMBERS Muriel Adams Patricia Jackson Gisela Mann Lois Fessenden Jeanne Lear Elizabeth Smith Jean Hickman Alice Lundegaard Anne Trammell Peggy McFarland [59 J KflPPfl DELTA Beta lota founded 1943 Founded 1897 OFFICERS RUTH GERAN President MARIAN BUNDY Vice-President IRENE JAWOROWSKI Secretary JEAN GOCHENOUR Treasurer MEMBERS Ire ne Clay Betty Kostakos Enid Rigby Connie Dalrymple Margaret Long Barbara Simmons Jean Graham Miriam Leetch Ruth Snyder Doris Isemann Cynthia Olson Betty-Lee Torrey Maurice Ott m Epsilon Triton founded 1936 90£§? Founded 1873 OFFICERS GARELD SCHWEITZER President GEORGE TOLLEY Secretary GEORGE LATHAM Treasurer BRITT SCHWEITZER Inductor 161) ALPHA TAU OAIEGA Epsilon Iota founded 1943 £)(Xjp£j| Founded I 865 OFFICERS JAMES SITES President GLENN RIDDELL President GLENN RIDDELL Vice-President EUGENE PICKETT Secretary ROBERT GUY Secretary LEON TESTA Treasurer MEMBERS Bruce Andrews Edward Lewis Clifton Olmstead Louis Barth Robert Miller Merrill Sickles Henry Latimer Victor Nash LeRoy Smith rniMW | ■■■ (621 rrom the C ditor This year every A. Uite will have a skeleton in his closet for such is the 1944 " Aucola. " It comes to you after having survived many a crisis. Because of the war and limited funds its very existence was at first questioned. Once the dummy was cut down to a mere skeleton, the 1944 " Aucola " became a possibility and we were off to a late start. As a result of the conservation policy last year ' s class photographs were used to save copper plate and photographic material. 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