Arizona State University - Sun Devil Spark Sahuaro Yearbook (Tempe, AZ)

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'um-u .- Th e S azlzzmro I 932 LGU ISE PEN N EDITOR-INCHIEF WARREN W. WELLS BUSINESS MANAGER 4? orezwm' H T HAS BEEN OUR AIM TO MAKE THIS BOOK A TREASURE CHEST. THESE TREASURES ARE MEMORIES OE YOUR COLLEGE DAYS AND MAY THIS BOOK GIVE YOU SOME OE THOSE MEMORIES THAT WILL BE TREAS- URED FOR LIFE. -STAFF. X 1 DR. RALPH W, SWETMAN KMA Q9f1A.gKk,aLCAlJk11 LQ,ov15Cofk, CU iukdtnkafn wawywwmflf UMR J1fG.fQJL2,V,U L0-'vwfxf-J' Gplfvx-f'-'W' Mm yang! af zum, QM W Under 0 Zacks BOOK ONE BOOK TVVO BOOK TI-IREE BOOK FOUR BOOK FIVE BOOK SIX BOOK SEVEN BOOK EICI-IT BOOK NINE 9 VALE OF OLD TEMPE ADMINISTRATION CLASSES FAVORITES ACTIVITIES IVIUSIC AND DRAIVIA LAFFS SPORTS OUR ADVERTISERS 4 -mar + I ,IAHUAQOAJN In Memoriam U 1AMEs LEE FELTON AIIUAIJEQ ., . FREDERICK M IRISI-I REGISTRAR A, B. University of Iowa PITI Delta Kappa VIVA MAY LINDAHL FINANCIAL SECRETARY A. B. Weisiwinglon State A. M, Stanford Pi Lambda Theta - SAMUEL BURKI-IARD EDUCATION A, B. Goshen College A. IVI. Columbia University Ph. D. New York University P A 1 A. LIONEL STEVENSON .HEAD OF ENGLISH DEPARTMENT A. B, University of British Columbia MA, Universily of Toronto PII. D. UI'IiveI'siIy of Southern Californ mf PEARL R, KLOSTER ART B S University ol North Dakota MA. Stanford University Delta Zeta Delta Phi Delta i RUFUS K, WYLLYS I-IEAD or SOCIAL SCIENCE A. B, I-lillsclalc College A. M, University of Michigan Ph. D, University of California JLll1UAIlOEill 'T LEONA M, t-IAULOT CRITIC IUINIIOR HICEI Craduate of Tempe Normal A B. University ol Arizona MA. Stanford University , IOI-IN ROBERT IVIURDOCK HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE A. B, B. S, State Teachers' College, Kirlcsville, IVIO, A. M. University of Iowa Phi Delta Kappa Cl VERA A. CHASE CRITIG TRAINING SCHOOL A. B. University of Southern California A. B. University of Southern California T . I THOMAS IEROME COOKSON LIBRARIAN A. B. Ohio University I. WENGER HOOVER GEOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY A. B. Oberlin College M. A, University of Chicago , RALPH A. MASTELLER COMMERCE A. B. Penn College A. M. University of Iowa Pi Gamma Mu ..- ll-i- GEORGE MONROE BATEMAN HEAD OF SCIENCE B. S. Utah State Agricultural College M. S. Cornell University Ph. D. Cornell University Phi Kappa Phi Sigma Chi GERTRUDE YORK CHRISTY HOME ECONOMICS A. B. University of Illinois A. M. Teachers' College, Columbia University Iota Sigma Pi .ZZ john oous oiaiivies HEAD OF PSYCHOLOGY B. S. Ohio University A, M. University of Michigan Ph. D, University of Michigan Phi Gamma Mu Phi Delta Kappa F. GLENN MACOMBER CRITIC, TRAINING SCHOOL A. B. University of Washingto M.A. Stanford University Phi Delta Kappa Fi 'C' HJAUUAQQ A SOLI IAJQVY Lifw ix an unplzlinizwl pool of gnlalvn .wuzlighi N'Ill'l'0'lHHlf'il by sriblr' misf. Out of This inhg 'mill wr' 1-nun' Info ihrz szmliglzfiv flriff. 01111 of fhc roiri and info thi' light WVU whiff fzrifh rrrifs of ffiflff Out of the light rind- info fhr' mid UW' pass for rzfcrnifg. 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L11N1111,1 ANIJERSON. .... . Q 0111111"1:11S P1'1:si1l1:11 1 171:11-P1'c.si1l1r11 I ,,.,,, 1S'1z1'1'1'f11.1',11 T1'111l.w1l'1'1f1' UNC11, R11P1111s11N'1u1'1'1v1cs .....11I1:11.'s 1?np1'es1Lf'11t111'i1vc .....1V11 111.1111".s jfl?llI'CSl?Hfll1l'1l7!:? LEONORA ANDERSON Prescott Lnmbdn Kappa, President Hiking Club Vice-President Pnstcur Scientific, Secretary Women'a Centrnl Council, Vice President Tennis Tevm Froebcl Club. President. South Hull. President Womurfs Glcc Cluu MARIE AWREY Tempe Phi Lumbdn. Nu Hiking Club LOUISE BARTOL Phoenix Kappa Knppn Alpha CHARLES BEARDSLEY Phoenix Prnsccuium Players: President ARTHUR BRANHAM Douglas Pasteur Scientific Lnmbdu Phi Sllmm ,Q 'i' ii ,fe Y emi FLORENCE CISNEY Phoemx Phi Beta Epsilon LAPREEL DAVIS Mesa Zeta. Sigma Kappa Delta Pi Y. W. C. A Orchestra Campus Queen 1932 MARY EMMA DYER Phoenix Zeta Sigma President Y. W. C. A. Shield Club, '30 Follies '29 Hiking Club ALTA FOCAL Jerome Chi Sigma Kappa Delta Pi THELMA FRANCIES Maryland Plerlan Vice-President '29 Secretary '30 Treasurer '31 Hiking Club Wnllflower Club N 'Ib i'i 9- Hm - .. RWM, l AJ 'UI HELEN FULKERSON Tempe T .- Chi Sigma, President '31 . PB, MYRON CARVER California Lambda Phi Sigma. C. W. C. Freshman Basketball Freshman Football Varsity Basketball Cheer Leader, '32 RUSSEL CODDARD Tempe Lctte1'men's Club Varsity Football. '29-'30-'31 CLARENCE IOHNSON California Inmbda Phi Sigma Track Captain, '31 LEONARD lOl-INSON Geographic Lambda Phi Sigma 'G' rar' QF ELLEN KEEBLER Tempe Delta. Theta Beta Chl Pasteur Scientific Kappa Delta Pl RUBY LAIRD Tempe Delta Theta Kaplan Deltn Pi IENICE LINKS Ohio Dcltn Theta THELO MOTES International Relations Club FAY PATTERSON Mesa Phi Lnmbdu Nu Geographic. President HENRY PERKINS Missouri IRENIE REED Peoria Delta Thctn Kappa Delta Pl. Secretary Gcogrurihic. Vlcc-President Y. W. C. A. los SELLAH 'Iuxos Pl Deltu Slmnu, President The Tl'xlrl,cen Bnsclmll Conch. '31 GEORGE SM ITI-I Inl.ei'im1,lomi,1 Relations Club. President. Pl Deltu Slumu ROBERT SMITI-I Globe L-cttci'incn'a Club Vurslty Football, '29-'30-'31 Vurslty Basketball. '30-'31- '32 Baseball. '29-'30-'31 Pl Delta Sigma JAHU GRACABEL SWIFT Phoenix Zet Sigma. Secretary '30 Y. W. C. A. Asilomar Representative Geographic Society Student Body, Vice-Presb dent '32 Campus Queen '31 Hlking Club Womcn's Central Council Women's Gloc Club CECIL MCCULLAR Superior Lettermen's Club Vurslty Football, '30-'31-'332 Varsity Baseball Captain, '31 JAY KLIENMAN Mesa Geographic ERIC BARTELI. California Lambda Phi Sigma Pasteur Scientific Collegian Staff. '29-'30 NORMAN GLEMENTS Globe Lettermen's Club Sahuaro Staff '29 Sophomore Class, President Varsity Football, '28-'29- '30-'31 Basketball, '30-31 Basketball Captain. '31 1 has 31 ,Tm nm I RUTI I BAILEY Tempe Zeta Slgma C W C Pasteur Scxenhfxe Beta Chx ROBERT ADAMS Tempe Lambda Phi Sigma. Varsity Football. '32 Commencement Speaker ALBERT CRUZ Casa Grande Lettermexfs Club Newmen Club Baseball, '29-'30-'31f'32 GUIDO CISLACI-II Morenci Pi Delta Sigma Lettermerfs Club Varslty Football, '30-'31 Basketball, '29-'30 Baseball, '29-'30-'31-'32 LORENCE COLDSMITYI Iowa Lambda Phi Sigma, Secre- tary and Treasurer, '30-'31 Men's Glee Club, '31-'32 Orchestra, '31 Student Body Treasurer, '32 Senior Class Treasurer, '32 Alpha Hall Treasurer, '30 Y. M. C. A,, President '31 Jig MRS. STIDHAIVI Tcrnpc Kapnn Delta Pi ALICE STINSON Phoenix Sahuaro Staff, '31 Hiking Club MERCIER WILLARD Pl Delta Slgma, Treasurer '31 Lettermen's Club Los Hldalgos Y. M. C. A., "Secretary '29 Alpha Hull, President '31, Treasurer, '29 Senior Class, President '32 Golf Team, '32 Student Body Treasurer. '31 Football, '28-'29-'30-'31 Tmck, '28-'29-'30 IVA WISE Phoenix I-IORACE SMITI-IERAN California Lambda Phl Slgmxs. Varsity Football. '30-'31-'32 Football Captain, '32 all JAIIUAIQKMJN fm Z0 rs tht AUUADQ zmior Class 0 HIZUXA S'l'A'l'l'I T1+:.xr'l11-:n's t'o1.l.1f:c:1-: at TUIII ne is 4"1'tJWlllU' . - U 25 l lt is f,fl'UXYlIIgll0ll1 SC'llUlllSl'lCilll.V :intl Ill Vtilllltl nnmhers That' is the way at college shonltl grow. 'l'his growing is well l'f'i'lK'4,'i'6'll in the Junior Vlass oi' '32, hy the lll2llllll'l' in whit-h they have taken pan-t' in all the netivities ol' the eollege :tml hy eolltrilmting with llllfll'lllg.Q' zeal townrtl nmlcing this "'l'he Biggest Little Follegge in the NVest"'. The elztss 1-oll hats upon it' some two hnnclrecl nznnes, nznnes 'rv that mean much to ns here att' ASH' anal we sincerely hopt tlmt' the 1I12lj0I'll'y of these stlnh-nts will he with ns signin next Septelnhel' when elztsses open. The Juniors, too, are leaving laehintl them at l'l'i'UI'1l that they can he proud ol' and we are sure that with sneh at stzlhlt ll2N'lig.fl'Olllltl they may go ont to meet the world with open minds, strong l1ea1't's and with zt feeling ol' 4-onfiflenc-e. 'WVG hope to see yon alll hawk ilglillll next year, -ilimioi-s." 9 f.l1"1"ll'l'IRS HENRY Fmcti ..... ,..., I 'I'1'SlllI'Illi T1V1nr,MA BECK ...... ..... l 'icfr"l'rr'.wiflr'nf IIINNA lhxnm-:lr ,.., ,,,,, t QVPIY'ffll'.lf-7ll'l'lISlU'I'l' Conseil, Rmriclfzslvix'1ux'1'1vHs XVILIIVRN D1r'K .... .,... A llr'n'.v l3r'prf'.w'nIufirr' MI NNA PAR K 1111: .,.. ...l. l Vo in r'n"x If17u'f'.w'1l 111 I i rr' 1 FRANCIS ANDERSON Mesa Phi Lambda Nu ELMA ALEXANDER Roosevcll Collcglun Stuff, '31-'32 Hlklmg Club. '30-'31 Y. W. C. A.. '30 Womcn's Glue Club, '30- '31-'32 "Rosnmundc" ALICE ARZBERCER Wilcox Phi Lnmbdu Nu. Secl'ctu.rIv' '32 Y. W. C. A., '31 Hlklnx Club. '30-'31 NELLIE ARZBERCER Wilcox P111 Lambda Nu, Secretary '30, President '31 Hlklnlfl Club. '30-'31 Y. W. C. A., '30-'31 Wnmcn's Glcc Club, '30-'31 "Rosnmunde" "Marriage ol' Nnn'1rl.tc" VERA BEARDEN Clarkclale Kappa Kappa Alpha, Vice- Presldcnh '31 Pnsteur Scluntlflc Hiking Club Q r 9. A .s D THELMA BECK Phoenix Philomathian, Secretary '31 Wnmen's Glee Club, '31 Women's Athletic Associa- tion, Vice-President '32 Sahuaro Staff, '31 Drum Major, '31-'32 All Stax' Volley Ball. '30 All Star Field Ball, '31 "Seven Keys to Baldpaten "Dear Brutus" "Captain Applejacku Follies, '30-'31-'32 Proscemium Players. Secre- tary '32 ALICE BOWMAN Phoenix Phi Beta Epsilon Follies, '31 ANDREU BRANNAN Phoenix IENNIE BROWN Tempe WILMA BUSBY Sl. David Delta Theta X lr... Al ., I Q. Q 53 I a -rf H l 8.1 T O X A T V' 123.412-V , 9 ' A M", .FC -' n . A-iii ' W L gif.. 1 Q 'Wi is 4 l Ulf, fx ' 1 GERALD CAFLINGER California Lambda Phi Sigma C. W. C. Freshmen President, '30 Sophomore President, '31 Editor Sahuaro, '31 Geographics Lettermen Baseball, '30-'31-'32 Student Body President, '32 THEODORE CARMON Peoria Pierian, Vice-President '31-'32 Los I-lidalgos, Vice-Presb dent '31, President '32 Women's Central Council South Hall, President '32 Y. W. C. A., Secretary '30- '31-'32 LORRAI N E CASANAOA Tubac OLADYS CLANTON Tolleson Beta Chi All Star Volley Ball, '31 JANIE CLARK Miami Beta cm - Pasteur Scientific Newman Club East Hall President. '32 Women's Central Council LENORE CLIFFORD Safford Zeta Sigma, Shield Club, '30 Hiking Club, '30-'31 Women's Athletic Associu tion All Star Volley Ball, '30 ROBERT COOK Washington Los 1-Ildulzos Follies. '31 MARCE COSTEY Warren Phl Beta Epsilon, Vlce- Prcsident '32 C. W. C. Los Hldalgos FAY CRAIG Dragoon Kappa Kappa Alpha Pasteur Scientific Hiking Club, '30-'31 MADELINE EVANS Phoenix Phllomathlrm .LSSZ LQUISE FISHER I I2 EN E CAC E Phocn ix Cmogrnnhic DEI-ILIA CALUSI-IA Laveen I-IERMIONE GERRISI-I Icromc Kappa Knppu Alnlm Bctn Chi Pnstcur Scientific EIORACE GILBERT Chandler I 3 JAIIUAQO MARTHA GOOD Douglas Delta Theta ANNA CRECC Tempe Kappa Kappa A'pha, Sec- retary and Treasurer '32 Shield Club Hiking Club I W0men's Athletic Associa- tion DANIEL CRIIALVA Phoenix VERA I-IELFINSTINE Tucson Kappa Kappa Alpha Beta Chi ' LEOTA I-IENNEY Ray Lambda Kappa Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Women's Glee Club AHUADQ MARGARET CLEVENGER Miami Zeta Sigma HELEN EDWARDS California Chi Sigma, President '32 South Hall Vice-President, '32 BEULAH FELSHAW Safford OTILLA FLORES Morenci Los Hidnlgos Del Deslcrto W. A. A. Newman Club Hiking Club MARY HAND Winkleman Philomathian ll X. P" .K-3. ' A , 1 " MARGARET Hou T -5- Bisbee RL X . - Phllomathlan - . I Women's Athletic Associa I tion ' L ,,-' Best All-Round Athlete. , . A ' '31-'32 - "7 ,.- Archery Team ' ' t T Hockey Team ' U X Valley Ball Team T-4 J 7 , , 1 T MARY HORNE C 'Q Mesa Phl Beta Epsilon MARY LOU IOHNSON 2 liek Tucson Phi Beta Epsilon, President '32 Women's Central Council LOUISE KNIFE Tucson DOROTHY LANEIR Phoenix Chl Sigma Follies, '31 Froebel Club lki H ng Club Women's Central Councll TRELVA LINES Kappa Kappa Alpha MILDRED MARCELLA Miami Phl Betn Epsilon MARCUERITE MARTIN Prescott Lnmbdn Knppn, President '32 Froebel Club, President '31 Hlklnll Club. '30-'31-'32 Y. W. C. A. French Club, '30 FRED MCDOWELL Mesa Lambda Phi Slrcmu Varsity Football. '31-'32 WAYNE MCFREDRICKS Mesa Band, '30-'31 Sophomore Class. V l c e - Presldcnt '31 "Miss Lulu Betts" N 4 ge I A1 JAUU MYRON HOLBERT Miami Pi Delta Sigma LEON IONES Mesa JOHN KENDALI. Tempe Geographic. President MINNA PARKER jerome Phi Beta Epsilon. President '32 C. W. C. Beta Chi, President '32 E a s C Hall. Vice- President '32 Women's Central Council Follies. '31 MARCIE REGAN Bisbee Chl Sigma, President '32 Jolly Red Heads Newman Club. Secretary Follies. '31 East Hall, President '32 "Miss Lulu Betts" "Marriage of Nannette" Women's Glee Club. '31 v -4' GRACE IVICKENNA California C111 Sigma. Geographic Society FLORENCE MCPHERESON Tempe Kappa Delta Pi Lambda K a D D a, Secretary '32 LETA MEAD Patagonia 1 'X EDNA IVIELLOR Phoenix MARKLEY MORGAN Yuma Pi Delta Sigma MARIA MORRISON Phoenix BERNARD MUFFLEY Phoenix Debate The Thirteen KATHERINE MUMFORD Phoenix GLENNA OLSON Safford Zeta Slilma Shield Club Hiking Club. '30-'31 All Star Valley Ball, '31 Women's Athletic Associa- tion LOUELLA PHILLIPS Douglas Kappa Kappa Alpha nil- RUTH PlRTl.E Mesa MARIAN PRATT Mesa All Star Volley Bull '31 Geogrnphlc Society HELEN REDDEN Tempe Delta Theta ELOYCE REDDINO Prescott' DOMINEE REVELLO lerome Newman Club. Vice-Presb dent. '31 Los Hldnlgos, '30-'31 Alpha Hull 'I'rensurer, 'Ill JAILUADO jEANNE RICHARDS Nogales Chi Sigma Women's Central Council Freshman: Secretary Sophomore: Secretary RUTH ROBERTS Tolleson Plerlan MARY ROBERTSON Miami Phi Beta Epsilon Hiking Club, '30 '31 Wumen's Central Council Collegian Staff, '30 WELDON ROHNER Pima Pi Delta Sigma Pasteur Scientific Meu's Glee Club THORA ROLLI NS Phoenix Women's Glee Club, '31-'3 Orchestra, '30-'31 Shield Club, '31 Hiking Club, '31 Golf Team, '31 Mardi Gras. '31 "Marriage of Nannette" ii fi- ..lWm,l 'lj - ' Buckeye A H EL EN SCOTT Pxerlan Geosraphxcs STANLEY SCI-I I RMACI-IER Winconsin Band, '30 Sahuaro, '31"32 Colleglsm Y. M. C. A. WINNIE Sl-IARTZER Winkleman Beta cm Delta. Theta Pasteur Scientific Society CECIL SIMS Hayden International Relations Club DARCY SKACCS Mesa Pasteur Scientific Society Collegian '31 "Cock Robin" "Marriage of Narmetl,e" I-IAZEL SMITH Mesa LOUISE STANDICIE Mesa MARTHA STRELINCI Phoenix President of Off-Campus Women MARGARET STEWART Chandler RUTH STITT Lowell Delta Theta Los Hidnlgos Sahunro Staff '31-'32 l.,.i,-...l JANE VAUCI-IN Phoenix Lnmbdn Kappa JUANITA VOELKER Bisbee Phllomuthlnn Usherettes Hiking Club, '31 Los Hlclnlgos French Club, '31 Collegian Staff, '30-'31 Women's Glue Club, '30-'31 '32 Women's Quartette, '32 Follies. '31 "R.osamunde" "Mm-rlaze of Nnnnette" JACK WALLACE Mesa Pasteur Sclentlflc, Presi- dent 'Ill 4-H Club: Superintendent JEWEL WALKER Phoenix Lillllbdll KHDDLI JAMES WATSON Tempe ,qfyv L if JZXUUADL0 LILLA WEBB Phoenix Lambda Kappa Geographlcs JENNIE WELCOME Douglas Kappa Delta Pl Y. W. C. A. LOLA WELLS Douglas Delta Theta Sahuaro Staff, '32 North Hall, President '32 Women's Central Council Hiking Club, '31 Beta Chl WARREN WELLS Douelas Lambda Phi Sigma Sahuaro Staff, Business Manager Geographics The Thirteen International Relations Club Collegian Staff French Club '31 GEORGIA WICHT Superior Lambda Kappa. Hiking Club, 'so-'31 South Hall, ""Presldent '32 Women's Central Council "Seven Keys to Baldpaten MRS. WICNALL Tempe EVADNE WILSON Tempe - Sahuaro Staff. '31-'32 Follies. '31-'32 ROSE WILSON California GENE WHITE Florence Band 'so-'31-'32 Track '30-'31 Orchestra '31 RUTH WYATT Tombstone Zeta Sigma JAIQIUADLO .JN Soplzomores O 'ily The Sophomore Gloss 0 IIE Sophoinore class under the able Ieadersliip of Vernon Tuckey, "XVeni places and saw thingxj' if we may so adopt this slang expression. The class showed themselves to be one of the liveliest in years by their numerous Hayrides, Skating Parties, Dances and other activities. They also took a very active part in the academic and exfra-curricular acfivities of The college. DR. RATAPII W. Sw1+1'rM.xN ...... ...... f idfvisor Omvrcmzs x7EHN0N TUCKEY .....,, .,.. I fivnviclfozt Bon H1czM,x1.1-mm H ..... ..... ' Vice-1'res'idenf EARL MCCULLA1: ..... .... . Treasurer DOROTHY Goomxc: ..... A .... Sccrota-v'y C'0'l.HIPil Rl'lJ'7'CSL?7I.flLf'i'l71?S Ii0R0'l'TIY Pmnicsox ...... ...... T Vomr'n,'s 1f01Jl'l7Slf?'lffl-7"i'I7!? XVALLACE READ ,,...,... ....,. . ilmrfs Rr'p1'cS0nfrlH-N' :l,Sl,52:,d JAUUAQQ QJN fresfzmeiz VB 0 l All mam - n p 5'7" l 1 The Freshman Class 4 HE largest Freshman class in the history ol' ASTC entered the college for the season of 1931.-32. Under the leadership of Byron lloldren, first semester prexy, the class stepped into many college activities. Early in the fall, the Freshman turned out en masse to give the T it's annual scrubbing and whitewashing. Une of the most contested of all the Sophomore-Freshman struggles took place the first semester. The first Freshman football team, under the tutelage ol? "R.unt" Goddard, was very helpful in aiding the varsity in practice. Although they dropped several games to the University and Flagstaff Freshman, they took the scalps of several bands of Indians. A Basketball team coached by Harley Anderson was one ot best in the conference, as was the baseball team coached by Nick Regus. The frosh track team showed its strength by defeating the entire college in intra-mural competition. James Carter, second semester prexy, together with the help of the facility Advisor, Willialll D. Taylor, promoted many social activities such as dances, skating parties, swimming parties and built two bontires during the year. Ormcnns First Semester Svcoiul Scfmester Bynes Honnmzx ..... .....,.. 1 'res-iclcnt ....... ......... - TAMES CARTER Jeux IQNUIJSON ,.... ...,.. l "if'rf-Presillenf ..... ...... - VIUHN KNUDSON RIILDRED SMITH ,,..... ..... ...... S r 'f'ref1w'y ....... ...,,. ll 'llnnluzn SMITH Couxeu. Hl'1llIil'1SlCN'l'A'l'1VIGS J ANE- TATURI ,........ .....,.....,... ........................,........ l l fonmfn-'s Rep:'escntativc XVILLIAM O'BRu:N ..,.. ...... J llmzfs Representative C' Auumio MISS EDNA SERT!C Sahuaro Flower MISS LAPREEI. DAVIS Campus Queen 4 l MR. GERALD CAPLINCER Campus King 9 li . JAHUAQO MISS DOROTHY PETERSON Most Popular Woman 9 ok. MR. VERNON TUCKEY Most Popular Man 4 JAHUADOA MISS MARGARET HOLT Best Woman Athlete O MR, NORRIS STEVERSON Best Man Athlete O AUUADOQJN ew O Lieli The i932 Salwuaro was indeed very fortunate in securing The services of Bill Boyd, a former Ari- zonian, To choose The Sa- huaro Flower. Boyd, after years of screen work, is especially well qualified as a judge of feminine pulclwritude. Q- l "TI'ianks a lor for pick- l ing the Sahuaro Flower, i A Bm." . , law- life Fi ' Q - .ll-YALVP V .I . I-'21l7f" wx l' .',.rk1f1'-fl. 'r -- .nf. gfilifgv ' G4-aux!!! 42,6 , ,' 1 JQLW6' C, X752 . My -1- 0-41,1 0-144: 7455-f1,7fQa.Lff ICAC! Q'6Ai1,c'C. flafifymalfmf-'AI f-4-Lf fiiffffff Q flfffvtff Leg' ,7,f,,,5df,ZQ a..,.,.L ,fi74af5,'Z22a.,,,4 g,,,,,,-i44,4,1,.f,,,.,-7 , cv-117Cf AC'wbLLf 7 vera!!-fQ,,k,,,,L,L6 ,AL-fivdlpcfdjca ufy1f LQ- Gbyyu, ,awe 419044624 754-J 0-MMM 'veefb fw-0-A-1.4 JNL' ,252 2f4.,.,,.,, 624.04 ALZQQQQJQ 7M.,-fffsz cgf6.,,w-Q,-J. 30.4 MHLL4v,.v',21 like Mez 1L.La,-M4 add Zvjfay-we ,fz-7ff6L Ciuccaj Q, Y QL'-CBC lego'-L dc, it , 4- A ilmwllh. hi p H 4 Front-Willard, Blaine, Wallace, l-larelson, Roach, Martin, Roy, Montgomery, Mincks, Warmington, O'Dell, Reddoch, Peterson, Allison Back-Fireman, Wilmot, Sullivan, Matthews, james, Sisk l The Collegian Staff 9 XVILLIAM D. TAYLOR, J R. ........,..,..,................,.................... Aclvisor N DER the leadership of Onward Cochran, Editor, the Collegian, formerly an bi-monthly pztper, underwent 21 change and became a weekly publica- tion. Covlii-:in acted as Editor through the first seine-ster and then left college for newspaper work in California. Lewis Allison, sports, editor re- placed him. The Staffs only recre:1tional event of the year was a week-end camping trip to Canyon Lake with the heads of the Salmaro staffas guests. lvith William D. Taylor, Jr., supervising the publicatioli, the Collegian blossomed into :L real first class college paper. PUBLISHING STAFF First Scmcstcfr ONXVARD COCHRAN ....., R.0swIaLL VVILLARD ........ VVALLACE READ ,........ Buooium BELLAMY Evm HALIIIITON ...... LEWIS ALLISON ....., L-Sig .........Edit01'...... ........Bus. Mgr....... ..,.A.ss0c. Editor... lVomen's E clitor ..... ...... ...Sports ,Edito-r...,... Second Semester ,,...v.LEwIs ALLISON .......ROSWELL YVILLARD . ....,.. -VVALLACE READ .ELLIA ALEXCXNDER .RALPH BIATTHEWS Illanaging Editor ....... ....... R OBERT Roy AUUADQ PENN, WELLS, CAPLINCER, WRIGHT L. WELLS, WILSON, ADAMS SCHIRMACHER, RICCS STITT - -.LTfmnRn. The 1932 Salzuaro Staff 4 2 ' A 'if-1 ll I lllC 1932 Sahuaro Staff has had rather a difficult boat to row. Owing to the Clll'l'0Ilf depi-essio11, the task of producing an annual has bee11 doubly 1lift'ic11lt. A good year-hook is one of many piet111'es-t1'11ly represen- 1'z1t.ive of the college and its activities, in this respect the '32 Sahuaro is sadly lacking. However, as this is through no fault of ours, we offer no apologies. We wish to take this oppo1't11nity to thank the Sehoettner Studios for the XVO'l1ClGl'flll help and co-operation they have given us. To Tom Sehoettuer we owe especial thanks. XVe are also grateful to Harry Riobertsoii of the l'hoenix Photo Engiaving Company and to Mr. Fred Adams of the Republic and Gazette 1'1'intery for the personal interest they have taken in the Sahuaro and the patience they have shown i11 dealing with us. To William D. Taylor, our Advisor, we give our heartiest thanks for the advice and help he has given us. 4 VVILLIAM D. TAYLOR, J 11 ....... ....... A dvisor Lomsiz PENN ......,........ Wmuucx W. WELLS ....,. Gnxiaarm CAPr,1N1nc11.. BAss1c'r'1f WVRIGIV1' ...... Norm ADAMS ........... EVADNE VVILSON ...... Bon R-ov ..................... STAN Sciwixicnmeiiicne ...,.. liufl' II STITT .............. Ilona XVELLS ...... JXLLEN UYIJELL .,,,...,.... . ' ' TI-I v PIG'1'l'lllSON. DONNA Rimes ............ J1mN1'1'A Vo11:1,1cnR... Timriivm BECK ........ C STAFF MEMBERS ......Eclitor-in.-Chief ,...,.B'usi11css Ma-nagcr ......Ass0cfiatc Editor ......Ad1:ert-isiiozg M cwmger ......Art Editor ...,..Art Staff ...WA-rt Staff ......PU7l6Z Priozting ...,..Literwry Editor ......S1na-pshots ......C'aZwzdar ......W ome1n.'s Athletics .. .... Advertising ,.....Advertisring ......FoZlies Director .MMR o A I Q ll , An GLAMOURS GONE ? Last night I 'll7flfC'hUCl the sea, Silwfr bczrs on lmaring ebmlyj 'l'orIuy that uums SCITIIIPKZ 10 bc A Ioutlrsonm r'lrur11i11,y mass 10 mc. Last 'night I saw ll' frm: in silhoucttf ITS gnarlrrfl bfilfllfy lizzgvrs yetj Today if SC'Clll,Ull- fo 'repel mc, JT'Il'fIS just U01 ugly wottyiary trmc. Las! night uzilh you, my IOFIT, my .ww Tlmsr: lmvnw flvw on 'll7'f1lfjC'll fcffl. TW mm' af noon-I' urifh Cl fnar B111 you uivrc lowly SHN, my dffw. -ALLEN 0'D1cl.L. , ': M, :Eli LL I ADOFIMQHN. - nf , . n n I I fmferfzzizks and . . Sororzfzas' I' x,,,,,,f- -- K' ,., - in J A, HOLT, MINSON, I-IAND, RICGS M. HOLT, REDDOCH, BECK, MAFFEO VOELKER, COODING, SERTIC M. IOHNSON D Tlzilomoihzon Sorority 9 lI'l'l'IOl7G-II' the l'hilonmthi:1ns have not adopted Greek letters, the name is of Greek origin. Pliiloinathizln means. "Lovers of Learning." The symbols of the word ure il unique P and a lump of learning. The sorority was first organized in 1902! by Doctor Matthews and later reorganized by Miss Blum-Ile I'ileher, the present advisor. The list, ol' activities was broadened so that added to the major fields of drzninzities, Vliil'l'1li'lll,'P, and social functions were sports and Il1USlC. A Pliilomzllhialn trio was tried :ls :In experilnen 1. 'Phe first occasion of the new semester was il picnic at Papago Indian I'zIrlc, Dean Kzlllstedt was the guest of honor. The "rnsh,' party was held :It the home of Helen Minson. During iI0lllQ'f'0111l1lg there was 21 Philomathian Alnninue reception. Miss .Bn,ldwin, our new honorary member, assisted in marking many of the Ill0l'i'illj,.fS by reading lllillly of her poems. 'Initiation week which occurred in Jnnuarry was followed by 51 banquet held ut 'EI l'0l'i2ll llotel. At this time sixteen young.: women were formally pledged into the sorority. Other events on the cnlendali- were the annual Cillllllillg' trip to Cave Creek, and the St. l'2lil'iC,7li,H dnnee that was held in Phoenix. lVe ure grziteful to Miss Pilcher. our IIlOllli'01', and Miss Dobbs, our hon- orary lllfflllllvl' for their kindness during the year. 4 flflrixol' .......,.,.......,.,,.,., ...... L AURA DOBBS Ilonorary Illemlzers ,.,,,. ........,....... ...... E I .IIANOR BALDXVIN Omvlernzs l"ir.xl Nf'll1r'sif'1' llicnnx Mixsox ..... MAIHJAIKIYI' Sl'l'll'IR.. ...,...f'I'l'SIlICll7l..,.... .... I "ice-,l'rr'sirle11 Second Semester BIARGARET SPEIQR ...,..I3ONNA RIGGS ......EDNfX SERTIC Qt ..,.. lliamcx -loRnAN .,,.. ...... S !'f'I'l'ff1l"lf ,.,,.,. IDoRo'1'liI'Goooixn. ,,., ,.........,.,... . ..... 7 1l'l'fINlH'l'l'.I l'1lI:lir'iI-if ffllflfflllllll ,..... ,..,...., ..,4. , . . Mrfm-Yzors fl'l1in.A1A Blccfn Hnooiim BIQLLAMY TIIIGIIZA Bxninvicrn, J i:AN1':'r'I'Ic BR1s'1'oI, l'iIx'LLIs ISRADLEY VAIIRA lfJAv1s iYIAlbELI sn ICVANS HAZIQII Bu'l'Lr:R Lois MA1f'RI-zo CLARA DooI,nN liIARGARlG'l' Hom' JUANITA Vonnimn DIARY MA1vFIco E R .. ., .,........ , .... JUANITA VOELK ER .,..,jDOR0'l'I'IY GOODING DNA SERTIC IARGARIIT Senmn l:II:I.EN JORDAN lJoRo'I'IIY Goomxo MARY HAND llnnnx BIINSON AGNES ICROGH I DA OJEDA DONNA RIGGS ADALYNLEE Hnmnx TRAXVIS Rnnnoen LIARY STRATTON RUTH BIARTIN IDIHII FIBIHVA IEI -Ns , . 94' 1 w i J 1 'P if PARKER, 1' 1 . fq , . SMITH, ROBERTSON, Nr. Nl HORNE, STOVER PENN, IOHNSON MIDDAUGH PSIIIUUN P. a x ARCELLA - 110511615 Thi Boro Epsilon Sorority 6 n 1 ll 11115 1,111 Br:'1'.x E1'S11,0N sorority is 21 group of 1'Wk'111'y-HVE young NVOIIIQII of the college. 'Pho so rority 111:1i11i'ai11s ai high staliclard of SC11U1211'S1l11l 11s 11 1ll'P1'1'lIll1S11l6 'lo zu-Iivu Il1l'Il11H31'N1l11l. 11' was iirst orgzuiized as 21 1.i're1'a1'y soria-ly I1111' 11111 past' yours 1110 objcciiiws 11:1vv been s1ig11T1y C1lHllgBd. T110 son-i:11 l,1I'0gIl'2lIIl 11191111105 pimics, 111-iclge 11:11-ties and di1111e1's. The Iwo o11tsl:111c1i11g vvvlnls of 1111+ P111 130111 year were the f01'Il12I1 111153111311 ban- qiu-13 110111 :11 11141 Am1:1111s 1111101 and 1119 Spring f01'1Il211 dillllel' 112111170 1111111 was 1111111 at 11111 V1'Vl?S1'NV2lI'11 Ho. The '1'11i 1311111 l'11lS1101l :X1l1ll'lIl2lP o1',g::111iz:11'io11 is very active and euthiisias- fir. This group of 1111111111110 01111-1'1:1i11ef1 the ucfive Phi Befas :lf 21 1ove1y lmridgo pnriy. lf'i1'xf S1'111c'slrf1' M mm ,1'1x1e1c14:1: ...... 1 1 4 v w Y M11Ro1-, 1 os'111,1 ....... ...... VIRf:1N1,x STEWART ..... LIu'11.1.E M1x11CE111'.A ..,.... 4 OFFICERS Sccoizd Somcstm' .....,..I'1'r's1dc11I...,.... .,.....lIARY LOUISE JOHNSON T-'ice-111-osiflmzt ...... ,.,. I XLIVE BOWMAX M ILIJRED SM ITH ......SvcrOfcw'y...,, ......77?'Ufl S 111'01'...,. ., ..,. LUC1 LLE BIARCELLA fllonifor, .,.. ....... B IR. AND AIRS. DONALD CLUXTON Hon orfwy Mon1bo1'.9 DR. A. J. B1A'1"1'IIIGNVS Miss TVEHA CHASE AIRS. CHARLES XVEXLER 'DIL UIIARLICS XV11:x1.1-:R Mus. XVILKIE MR. F. M. IRISH .HIL STUDIJAIID MRS. STODDARD Mom-Z1 C1 's A l1ll'1C BONVMAN 1N1,xRf:E COs'1'1cx' R1ARY 'Lou BEv1LL1': lvlmix' ITORNE M1L11REn M11RC1f:L FLORENCE CISNEY LOUISE PENN MINN11 PARKER DIARY :ROBERTSON LA HELEN M1DDixUGH LITKIILLIG MA1u'1a1.1,1x ,VIRGINIA STEWART Nfl1X1II 11'110RAN .ALICE STOVER AIARY LO1v1s1-1 JOHNSON HELEN N-VALMSLEY i-iii ii A A Q-SIIIB NIA .. IWXIX A A. E Z IHIIX . - j. J, I n "my 361- gm , I F A- , J . I I 4 , 'Q 3, Q. I ! 'I' I ' I5 .. I 'jf 'K K A II I ' ,, I I 1 - Y ..-.,... v.-T. .vu -- , , V ,-I' -I 'MI I CLIFFORD, F, SWIFT, C. SWIFT, OLSEP-I MINCI-I, DAVIS, I-IOYT, DYER CABBARD, BAILY PETERSON l I -f:.1f, E 'au A ,gf :iff .g1..,ngnLI 1 fI:f,'fkg4:'g,I , '1ic:Sf.g , 4. 1.,.',4u.L41 1 ii Q - mn - ll Zeta Szlgmcz Sororzty IIE Zmux SIGMA Sono1u'1'Y is one olf the oldest S0l'0l'ltlCS on the czunpus, being' founflecl in 1911 under the ll10llli'01'Slllp of the late James Lee Felton. ,Its nieinlmersliip is llIllilQ'll lo thirty girls who rank high in scliolzlrsliip and ure active in rolls-'gre anlfziirs. The lJl'UaLfl'il1ll for 1he year 151211-112 has been devoted to the study of foreign countries. Illiltl0 nnnsnzllly interesling by nienihers of the faenlly giving llillSi'1'2li'0ll lectures. Sliurline' The soeianl events of the Sorority for The year was the Elllllllill PI l'resi4lent's :incl Monit'or's llilllllllllli :iii the P21821 Yieja. Other . events thai followed were: il iheuler party, an spring sport dzlnce illi ihe ICI Portal Hotel in Mesa. the unnnzll Alninni bridge ten ali the Arizona Biltmore, and 21 picnic on Whieh the girls were guests of the l'i Delia Sigma 'F1'z1Te1'i1iTy. Ending the soc-iall zu-livities was "the :xnnnzll Three day camping trip on Zft'i'il, Signnl Isle. hvllili sneeess the Zeta Siglllil Sorority has afialinell is due to the efforts and memory ol' its beloved monitor, the lalfe Junles Lee 9 fil"l"Il'l'IIiS Firxf N1'11u'.wl1'r ll.l1'1'li H.xI1,1cY .............. ,........ I 'I'I'Nilll'lIf ,..,..... .... DIARY 'ICMMA IPYICR ....... ...,. I 'ir-1'-Pr1'.sifIenf .....,. iilllflflli I'.x'1"ri-zlcsox ..... ....... 1 gf'ffI'!.'lLfll"lj ......... 1... . .lilll'INllA fill.l'l N ..1... .1.. 7 '1'f'a-.sur1'1' ,.,, .... Jfflllfiflll' 'l'nr: l,.vr1a JAMES Lien Fnurox Mminmns Fel ton . Second Sc'me.str:r Minn' EMMA IJYHR FLORENCE Swim' BIG'l"1'1' XYAL K nn Dolus MC LoU'rH l"n,xxel-is Annls Cl,AI'llIA IQINSICY lfl"l'1l H.xll.l4:Y ,INIRIS 1IKfI.0I'TlI Qll.uu:.xn1-rl' f'1,x-zvlcxol-:lc Evl-:LYN Mixen ANHl'll.lNl'I l'l,11PFoun GLIQXNA 0Lsr:x l1l'lNUllI'I fil,ll+'FOIlll SW: 0l'ENSI'IAll' M Am' 1 Tom ' K IG If-lff'J'I'I. NICHOLS l,,x1'nr:i-:1. lhxvis IfA'l"HERINl+Z 1'1cA1cCic Mlxnx' l'IA1M.x llvrzn IJono'rI-:Y l'r:'r1cnsoN M.xn.1on1l': fl-.xnl-:Alan Rl"1'H I'1'1"l's Hin-:Nn,x fill,l'lN l'il,0llENt'li Swim' HAIL llnxn Glc.xe,x1:1aL Swim? :XRIHS llsxnsiax -TAXI: 'l'.vrL'M N1f:i.L1c llilzlznlri' BI.-XRY ICLLA TWAY lCi,1Non 'llmolxs Ilmvrv XVALKER iJI'l'll.Ll'Z llovr SARAH VVALKER ICl4lZAlH'I'I'Il Ilrnsox I+'RANC1cs XVINDES Rl"l'lI .Toxics RTTI-I XVYA'1'T Dono'1'1IY K1 Ns1aI,1,.x IIIQLIQN LACKMAN IN MARTIN, WEBB, MCCLURE, wlol-rr WALKER, QEEASON, THURBER PETERSON, EDGAR ANDERSON JXILUAQO U Lambda Kappa Sororzfy 0 IIIC l.,'.III:II.x Ii.wI-.I SUlHblil'l'Y., 0110 Ol' The Oldest social 0l'Q2IlllZ2l.tiOI1S On thu 4'2lIllllllS, is linliil-Il IO iwvlliiy-Hvc lV0ll'l0ll Of highest scholastic stand- mg who lmw- ximilsu- IIIII-I-I-sts in zu'l', music-. lit'e2I':Il'II1'e, mul history. Lust' Vvill' Ilan:-lnlzl liilllliil was must' 1'O1'lII1I:I1e in Sf'Cll1'lllQ us their fZlCl11l'j' aclvisov l'I'Ol'. .IOEIII ll. MIIVIIOI-lc. 'Fhv Sorority is gl-emily iIIcl0lI1'e1l TO Mr. Muvclock ful' his :Ivliw llll'l'l'l'Sl une! Slilllllfll Nll1'l1'lOl'l'. l,:1mh4'I:I Kappa has vsu-im-Il its lil'0gl'illll this year by lllI'llldl,1lg trips TO A A llllIll0l'0llN lIistOI'iv:II Elllll svmmiff lHl'llll'S wililIiII tha- stzltm. XVO have visited The Ohl ghost IOWII Ol' l'iIIz1l, Silver King mine, The Glory Hole, Posfelfs Butte, ':Is:I ilralluhf Iluins. lhv Olcl VIlll'lll'0 Mimi, The TOIITO Cliff DwvlliIIgS, and the -44-vxlif' Apzlvlw 'I'I':Iil. 'Pho snvizll portion Ol' the Villlfllllill' was lillucl with svvwzll iII1'eI-esfilxg 1ll':Ii1's, Ilwutx-O lull-livs. m'OIIiIIgs :Iii Ilnyfleu lluncll, il Spanish iiesfu at La Vasu Vivian, p:II't'ivs ul' lhv 1ull1'llINfli home, :1 l'OI-I'1IzIl dillllifi auul the 21111111211 Pilllllllllgl 11-Ip. 0 OFFICERS First Nf'u:r'.v1f'r Sccmzcl Semester llAIllil'lClll'l'l'1 3lAll'l'lN ,... I ,,A,,, l'1-usizlcnl, ,,,4., ...,., L .IVAUN IIETERSON II-:wr-:L SIIIN A..... .............. ..... ' I 'ir-ff-I'1'1'siflf'111 ...... ...... I FLURA YOUNG FI,OIII-:Nm-: MEPIIERSON ..,. ...... I qf'CI'f.'ffl-I'jj ........ .... , .-THXVEL YVALKER, IEWI-JI, W.u,RIcR ......l..,., ,,,, 7 'I-f'f1.w11rw- ,,,,, ....., ' 1'I-IELILI IEDGAR IENOIIA .XNIIEREON ..,. ,,,.. R ,l'jIOITl'C'l' .,.. .,.,.. I IENORA ANDERSON Illonwifor IFROII. JOHN R. BIURDOCK 11011 Omry Mem bers MISS lY1C'l"l'.k SCIIONIGICR MISS ANNIG YVOOII MISS SALLY IIAYDEN Members l.ENOR,x ANIvERsON BIARGUERITIEI BIARTIN IC'I"I'EI:INO RONO BIARY MCCLURE ROSA I1 Imp I Y,XT,'l'0N FLORENCE MOPIIERSON lVII,AI.x IJRISKILL .DOROTIIEA NI+II,SON LENORA lctllildlfl' DOROTIIY PETERSON 'l'IIEI,xI.x ICINQAII ILwAI7N PETERSON ICIINA, Fl,.XNNl3iliY XHGRONA THURBER lC'1'IIEL FINLICY DOIIOTHY SIIWYER l"I.ORI-:NOR GIIILET JEWEL SIMS Annu .LINE GIROVX JANE XHXUGHN ICVI-:LVN GLICASON JIQXVEL XXVALKICR LI-:O'I'.I IIENNEY LILLA XVEBB ZOE HILL GEORGIA W7IGI-TT FLORA YOUNG l I WELLS, REED, SEAVER, SHARTZER STITT, LINK, LAIRD. WAGCONER GOOD, KEEBLER WEATI-IERWAX JAHUADO 'B Delta Theta Sorority 9 Q- ' tho 1i11I S in the Golden chain of loyalty OVIC. Ihiollalsllip :md r.l'l'V1C0 art' Q in , ,, that holds thu 'l'JEI:1r.x TI'l1Et1ux So1:on1Txf S192lCH'2lSt and filflfl. ' 'Phe most worthwhile things 11f'c'o111p1isl1ef1 this year were: the f01'Illi1lg of il 114-W constitution, l'l'l'2lillillQ' ,llcltzl Tlnetzl IllPlllUl'it-'S by lllilkillg il scrap book, v 1 and tht- intvnsivo study ol' Arizona: Li fPI'ilflllt Tho 0llIStilll1lill,Lf social 1-vollts ol' the your include Alunluae IIIIICIIQOIIS, tons, flinm-vs, swimuuing. .lI:1Ilowe'en party, and vzxried progrzulls and enter- tllillllltqll' for the plwlgvs. V, Wu am- l'Hl'tllll2lf0 in lmviug Miss t'?z1llow:1y for our Monitor during the zlhsonvo ol' Mrs. Ellllwj' and we grvznlly 2'lllDl'Pl'iilfQ the interest und sincerity xhe has shown us. lf'ir.vf NfflIlf'Nff?l' O AIVINNIIG SIGAVIGR ..A...... .I .x N I-: XVEA'1'Il Elm' x Y .. ..,.. ,,,, , I1 Amon-: Folios ............. INA Jl'ISl'l'lItSON ,.,, 4 14' F I C E R S I'rffsirIr'nt .......,. Second Semester ....JANE YVEATHICRXVAX or'-i'rr'sirIm1f .,.,... ......, J 1-:NICE LINK Sf'r-rotary ...... .,,.... I NA J ESPERSON 7'I'f'flR'1ll'C'l' ..,. Monitor Y ,... .ALICE Cows ......I+Is'rEu UALLOWVAY Hlllmfiflmfizry .....,. ....M.mY EBIPEY fMns.j Hoff-11 I ll 1' ......o... llouornvry Members Mn. l1'u,.xNK I':Ml'I-JY Du. ANU Mus. G. M. ISATEMAE MISS Stxlmu JANE R1-:Eo J.lombm's ICMMA Lou Bmuum' HUTI-I ICENDALL I-h,oNoE 1hvs11M.xN IIIDLEN RVICIJDEN .IosE1'111NE lixm-:1coN XVILRIA Busux' ALIUE Forums NVINNIIC SIIARTZISR M.xu'ru,x Goon Low XVBLLS INA Jmsrmusox BIAUIJE CALHOUN NI'I'1"I'Il'l NVAc:GoNE1c IRENE REED IfA'l'1ll'1RINIi IQITCIIIGL MINNIE SEAVER lCI,I.I-:N ICEEBIJGIY. JANE XVEATHERVVAX Room' L,x11m :RUTH STITT 32 f RIDGEWAY, RECAN, FOCAL, FULKERSON RICHARDS, MCKENNA LOWRY EDWARDS JAHU D Chi Szgma Sorority 'xlllfl 17111 SIUMA S0llOllI'1'Y is mic- ol' Ihr oldest on the UZIIIIIIIIS. It was first m-guiiizosl for lhv purpusu of s1'mlyiug.5 Arizona History, but the purpose has lwvn vlmngecl SOIIIP silica' lhvn. The sorority is 6-'dlllwfillllili inasmucli :is il slmlii-s url, lilm-1':i1111'v, inusirf mul cli-anim. The Phi Slglllil social ywi 1- has bc-en 21 very successful 0110. AXIHOIIQ some ol' lho 0lll'Sl2lllllillg,I 1-vvnls uf tho yvar wvru: A hiking trip led by Mr. Payne, Many rlosvri picnics lhsil' :mf 1,-njuyvrl by every luelilbor. The sorority enlar- lziinvd thvir ph-clgm-s with formal initiuiions and c-:uiw the :miluzll vvciil' of the yl'2ll', :uid thai, was two rush pil1'i'i6S. Then The rzuliping trip on the Yi-1110. Mrs. SWOill12lll elileilaiiiiefl the sorority with ai diuiwr dance at hor lmniu. 'Fha ywu- was vcry succc-ssl'ul and mucli of the success was due to our mmiitor, Mr. Paiyne. It is llifi-migrli his giiiclaiiim: that we zivliic-vu sm-h siicczess. 9 0 F 11' 1 f' P: R S I"ir.wl Nml1f'.vtr'r 3lAR.mR1ia liicmxx .... ..,.... I 'rf'-wi1l1'llI ..v.... ..,.. IIRAM.: BIUIQICNNA ,,,,,, . ..., i'fCC,'-Pl'l'-Will-f'IIf ..... .... , llicmcx I'ii1,K1aRsoN ..,... llicm-:N limmims ...... ...,.Sc'rrr1'fm'y...., .,..7'l'l'llNlU'l'I'..,., have been able to Second Semcsfv-2' .HELEN EDWARDS .Humax FVLKERSON PRGGX CRAWFORD BIARIUN JOHNSON illmrifm' Miz. IRA D. PAYNI-1 r'lI'r'1l1,bw1's MARY JAM.: t'ARuiI,I. BIAIRIOX -louxsox MARIUN ARnis'i'Rox1: IJORUTI-ix' LA Nucl: l'1111:m' UICANVFOICII lmcxlc Lowm' lll-:max l'Imv.xRns GRAVI4: BIVIQICNNA lI'll,llISl'I I"1N.u:1N Ii.Vl'I'lliRINI'I BIUMFORD A1.'rA lf'oc:Al, MARJORII-1 REl'i1XN I':l,IZAlllC'I'll Fomn' JEANNE ILQICTIAIIDS Ilmmcx FuI,1i1-:lisox LxTN1:T1'E TAYLOR ZONA YVILKINS XTERA TOMLINSON llon mu-ry filL'IH'bl'l'N Mics. SWETMAN Mus. PAXNR Miss HAULOT N. ARZBERGER, A. ARZBERGER, AWREY, DAVIS, PATTERSON JAILUAIQO 0 Thi Lambda Nu Sororzfy 0 Ill'I 1'111 11113111111 N11 s111'o1'ily was lirst 01'gi1ll1ZGl1 111 1925 as 21 sorority lm' 011'-15111111.1115 XVOI1ll'll. 111 was 1111911 01111011 Tilllilktlllllil, 2111 1111111111 wo1'1l 1111-1z111i11g Ulflnsm-1' lo 3101111-1' E2ll'11l.'. ,111 1114: full ol' 151251 2111 z1111e1u1111e11t was uuulu to llu- 4'1111sl'1l.11lu111 vxlv1u1i11,Q 1119 1114111111411-sllip to l101'1l111f0l'j' XV0l1lPll as well as 011'-1'2lIllI1llS WOIIICI1. This your ilu- 11:11:10 of flue S111111-ily was Chilllgilll to l'11i La111bdaN11, 111ea111- iug "For Lnvu nl' N:ll'111'f'.'l The llllJ'lIlbl:'1'S1l111 is 1.1111111911 to twellty-five. Many suviul :uflivilies Hlllfll as lmridge 11:11-tivs, ciuuly pulls, picnics, and 1111-11l'u1' p:1:'l'u's are CIIJUIYQI1 by the l1lCl111'1P1'N. Some ul' 1,111+ 11111111211 QV!fll1'H 1110111116 the bill1Q1lPt al La Casa. xfifiiil., then lluve N0I'Ul'11A'f.' 1--11.u1y111l llue 'il1311111" pzwly 211141 their 11111111111 Cillllpillg trip. M12 F. E. fi1S1l'l1l1l1Pl' is 11u111il'o1' 1111171 Mrs. M. M. 1.lz111111'11, Miss Louise Lvrul mul Mrs. 0S11l'2l1ll19I' are 1'l0ll0l'2l1'y 1'l1Cl11b0l'S. N1zL1,11a A1:z11.1c111:1s1c. HUNNI11 lmvis .....,..... I4'1:11NC111s AN1r11:11soN., l11,oN.x 130:41,1:Y, ........, . MA1c1111 LXWRIGY ,... 1I111,1cN ,II,v.'111,1K1: :XLICI-I Auz1:11:1u1111: ..,... Fnlxxcws ANDERSON N 1111111 ARZ111-111111111 ALICE A11zn1c1u,:111: LLON11 13os1.1-:Y MA11111: Awluax' I'I1c1.n1N L11r1c1N 13oNN11a IJAVIS 9 OF!-'1CE11s First Samcsfrzr ,,,,,,1.A1,,v,.,,,,,,,,, ,,1.,.. P rcsiclerzt Sr'c'01ul Sl?lIl,i7Sf'C Vficfc-l'1'c.sicZc'111 Sccrefary , T1'c'as1u'cr I. . .... .l"rcs'icZe11t lllzfnlbcrs DELLA MCKAY .1'f"iCC-PI'681CZC??Lf Scc1'01'a1'yATrcnsurer M1x1:111. PE'1'1a11s0x LEQN11 SOLOMON :KATHERINE :DAYTON JULIA PiXTTERSON FAX P,1TTm1zsoN BIADALINE ST111fL1cs HELEN HAYDUK11: nm nm - .. Hmm, A . xgywvvx + L , W k ' ', ,. . -Af, CRAIG, CRECC, CERRISH, BEXXRDON HELFINSTINE, LINES PHILLIPS MCCULLAR . X Ml 'ILA I -I JAELUADLO 'J Kappa Kappa Ahha Sororzfy Nljlflli tho lvatla-rslnip ot' Miss 'l'lwresa AIltlPI'S0ll the Kappa 'Kappa Alpha Sorority, t'o1-mtlrly Killtlliilgilllllil. has uplivlcl Tho ideals of goodfellow- ship upon om- t'2llllllllN. 'Phvy have uplwltl tllel progress in llil1'lll0l1j' with the lwsli stamlartls ot' ou 1' ceollvge antl loyal t'Ullll'2ltl0SlllD within our NlSl'P1'l1040fl. lJnring.5 thc-1 yvar wt- lll'0llglll i11 flu-oo now honorary mclubei-s, Doctor and Mrs. tlillm--spit-, and Mrs. Alma Bvclwi' Moou-. lt is by their interest in the sorority that wo have ln-vu able to flo some of the 0lll'Sl'illltllllg.I things that wort- zu-voiiiplislwtl. Um' work this yvar has vonsistctl ol' studies in nature and lll'Ql'3llll'9. Sonic ot' thu social 1-vt-nts ot' the l'0l'lll2ll lranqiwtg at tht- Vasa Vieja, the Hallo! wuvn Party. Um' annual litJl'lll2ll initiatioii was held ati the Kappa Kappa Alpha l+'i1't-plzlm-. 'l'llv1-m- was also a for-mal rush party that was followed with a illll'lSlllltlS party. A tlant-v was given announcing thu Cllilllgl' ot' the sorority llillllt' to Kappa Kappa Alpha. 'Pho so1'o1'it'y gave a tc-a ,in honor of Miss 1 W litlith Kompworth. National l' iolcl Sucrvtztry ol' t ampfirv. The final function of this yt-lar was a Iva for tho alumnav. 9 Ovmci-:us I"il'xl NI'IlIt'Sfl'I' SCFOIII1 Hcvlwsfoi' Ilolus -liasliix ..,... ....... I 'r1'.wirIr'n1 ..,,,,,., ...... l ZLL!-xx XYILLIAMS l'Il.l,l-:x W11,l,i,xMs ..,.,, .,..... l 'Vivo-l'1'f'si1lr'1z1 .....,. ...... N 'Iona Bisixnlms XNNA tim-nut: ....,,,.. ..... i Wvrf'1'ul'y-Trmlsz:-rm' ,...,,Q.........,..... DKJIKIS JENKIN pllouilol' ,.., Y ,..... ......,....i.,,..,,....,. I llss 'l'ImuI1:s,x Axpmzsox llrnrorury :lft'lIlIl!'I'-9 llotvroic ,wp Mus. -I. XV. llIl,Ll'ISl'Il'1 Miss S.xl,I.1m ll.xY1uf:N Miss llo1:o'i'Hx' llomxsos Mus. Moomf: Mic. l+'. M. ,lmsn llII'lll-b!'l'-Y Main' lGl,l,l4:N 1TgAKlClR .l.,0llIS JENKIN Loirisic BA1t'1'o1. DELSIE ML-CULLA1: xrl'lll.K .Bicmmr-:N llono'1'n Y t 'A N'1'oxwiNl-1 l,.xmz.x t701.1.1xs lfkxy fl'RAltl .XLBIA MUNZ Minmmo Oilmax l.0l,'lQLLA 1'111LLu'S , txt. ,. N. rYG:Ji l'I1cnM1oN1Q Giciticlsir l'Lm'M' L W m"'1R ANNA QKEGG ELLEN XYILLIAMS V mm UELF1Nsr1'IN1c TRELVA LINES Tomi Hmmfzs B'l,tuGiuaE't' Smc SALMQN H - -H . A A FRANCIES, PIRTLE CLANTON CARMEN, SCOTT ROBERTS D Tiericzfz Sorority 4 llld l'llamAN l,1'1'1-:lcA1u' Sommiufmf was 0l'QillliZ91i in 1925lxy1'welv0 cnllealggglies umlm-r the giiimlzniivm- ul' Miss il'Ill2l Hiilsun. Thom'ga11izaitirm is of iillliiilfi l116l1lil61'SiliIl and has high svlmlzlstimf stmidali-ds. The spirit. of Piurizlliislli is fexpwssvil in tlivsu HIIPS i'l'0lll 1-'npez u A liifh' l!'lll'II.l:Ilfj is u. lltLllgUI'UllS tIz,ing.' Drink rlcrfp ul' Trish: flu: l,iUi'illll Spring." Aiming the somfizii event 111111 lialve- been lwld this year are the rush pm-ty .il tho homo ol' Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Neulis. The :iluiunuc luncheon, f01'l112li iivitianlion :il Sillllllililvi llllli ax dinnvr dzuic-are :if The fihllld Wife. The invin- lwrs also vnjuywl an fill'2lil'l' pziriy in Plmvnix, :md the ini1i:11'io11 picnics :lt i'il'l'iilll ,l'uinl. The sm-cross ol' the soroifily during the past yuan' is due islrggely 'to The ei'- fnrls of our new lll0llii'0l', M1-s. A I"i1'sf NI'IIIf'Sf1'I' Ih'T1l Roni-:1c'rs ..... lll-xmas S4'0'l"I' ......,... 'l'liicunuuA 1'A1m1':s MAi:l1-: I'nm.1-I ......... glues E. Filler. 0 QJFFICICRS Sflffillll Svnmsfm' ......l'rr'xic1cfnI........ ..,....1IARIE I'00LIc Vfl'U-l,l'1'Sil1'!'Ilf ...... ...... 1 QLADXS XVIGPIT ..Nf'f'I'I'fIl'V-Ij.,.. ..,liI'f'llN'lfl'f'l'..,. .ilrm iinr ,.... Num Aimixis ......1'3LIZAl2E'1'II STEPHENSON . ..... 1I1c1.1cN SCOTT .....MuS. Auxlcs FILLER 1l'rn1rn'fu'y illvnzlwrs Mic. AND Mus. L. S. NICICIIS Members AIARY BIQAMAN 'l'li1':o1im:A fiAIlMi'IN GLADYS CITANTON T111-:LMA .I1'1cAxf-ii-is fiAfl'lII'Zlil Nic IIA A1 iixmx RIVPII i'IR'l'I'.IG ll01mT1rY XVARRI BIARIIG POOLE Hiismcx SCOTT RTUTII S11,viaI:TI1oRN1-1 RUTH R01:1+:l:'1'S JENNIE ROOT BLXRY L1-:lc XVALKICR MAx:m, XVARMINGTON CN Q PARKER, PENN, CERRISH, WACGONER SHARTZER, HELFINSTINE, BARROWS KEEBLER, BAILY PETERSON JAIIUADLO 'I fem Chi I'I'l'A VIII was 0I'QiIIllZ1'll in 19210 Io meet Z1 long felt need for ax group to furillm-r thx- work ol' Ilw Qllomo lic-onomimr. 'Ul?l.lil1'fIllPllIf. 'I'hv soc-izll I'um-tions ol' the your consisted of sl-vu1'z11 bridge lmrties. pil-nic-s :xml I'IwAnuu:1I Ynlvnlim- Ilimwr. which was the major social event ol' Ihc- vi-nr. 'Ilhv your was an highly sun-4-vssflll our, :Incl tho ol-gulxizzlfioxl feels that murll ru-Ilit is Ilue Mfrs. .-Xgnws IC. Fill:-r :md Mrs. G9l'fl'lldC York Christy for Ihr- until-ing vI'I'orI :xml work they halve clone fo nmke The ycur such al :oxcu-ss. 0 l"ir.vl Nl'lIlf'Nf!'l' SCC-01111 SL'lllfffSff'I' IlUl!H'I'IIY I'l4:'1'l-:1:sox,r,,, ,I,.,,. l'I-miflwul ,,.,-,, .AI,, 5 IINNA 1"AuKr:u llwmlloxl-3 IIICIIICIHII .,.... .w,w. I 'ir-1'-l'rr'.wirIf'nf ..,.. ,,... I lURO'l'IIY P1-:'1'1cI:sox ICl,1.l-:N liI'lI'IIiI.l-III ........ ,,r,, I W1-rr'fury .,,.. ,.,, I ILIQNNIS B1f:1':l:1':lc l'IlrN.x W1-zlmoxll-: ....w ,,rrrl,,,, 7 'I'I'fl.VIIl'!'l '.l, ,,lr ,,,, 3 I gun' GI.woAl.x lllxxx Ihllllilill ..... ,,,,,w I Yoviul f'lIIIIVlIllIlI ,,r. .,.. l CI-'1-'llc 'l'I'1cNHR Mus. Aoxlcs li. I"l1.l,1au r,wrwr ,r,,,, , Ilonifors ,,,,., Mus. Gr:n'r1:L'o1a Yomi I'11ms'rY AUEAIIZIQIIS NIMH' Aslzrnx XV11.A1,x llxvls B1,oxoA BVSIIMAX 1'oxs'1uxxr'1c UW:-:Ns l'ZI,o1s1-: Flxxlfzolx M.x1a'r1V1A Gooo l,,1lI'ISl'I I'l-:xx BIAAIIIJ 'I'R.u'mmx JANII4: CLARK llol:o'1'nx' l,I':'l'l'IIlNUX N1-:'1"1'l1-: XV.u:oox1-:le IIILDIQBD IJYSART III-11.1-:N Ill-:annex Zox.x XVILKINS TIIIIILMA EDGAR III,.xm'r: Iirxxxxx If-l"l'II 1fI'ZNIDAI.I. loL.x ITRANKENBURG 3I.u:l.l': IIVSSI-11, Zo1..x Lxsoxlzlclf: PuIr1CIL1'..x FRANKLIN 4Il:1':'l'r'1ln':N SAVI' BIINNA I',xnI-:mu l,I1f:1:M10N1f: GERRISI-I lro'r S.xwY1-:lc lI.wANN 'I'1Q'1'r:1:sox ELSII-3 Goolnmlc I NVINNIIC Sl1.u:'1'z11:l: I3l,.xxc'x-11-1 'WARNI-:la Ll'c'1LLr: Hom' l'l-znsls S'l'I'IXV.lI!'I' lCox.x XVm.4'oMr: IGALMA HU1.:1f:u HIFI-'II-I 'I'l'nxr:n NICLLE Illnnlcm' SYLVIA JONES RIAICY II1.xr'oM.x 'IILYLA IIYAY ArrL1f:m' ELLEN KEEISLER If'1.o1cr:Nm'm GlIII.I4I'l"I' BIARY BARNEY IYIELEN Lim VVIVIAN S'1',xm"K G1,r:N14'I-: IBICEISICI-1 IEDYTIIFZ Lows V1-znoxlx TlIIIlfIZI'lIK 'ICMMA Lol? Bmuum' IQUTII BAILY Row: f'om:Y Tlllalim BIIUWVELL E'1'TomNA BONO XVILJIA Blfsm' LOLA XVELLS LSL 9- Hm A A I W'- .. Qmm A. 1 .A: 4,- ?rH:,,-'lu 3-: xj' , , .J .. X .!f'fS55P?f5 5' 'r'rf,1TiFl'.'-S . , ,,,.,qf...,- ,:, . 1 v:f5aif?'E!l ', ,, 4533: .1-6 22.2 Q15 ,1 ff gi .za , 1... M-.',, , -r.Tc'v-'L ,'v '--'x-,. '1 ' f ,v.,. VI F" WRIGHT, CRABTREE, PADOVAN, LILLICO M. WILLARD, ROI-INER, CISLACHI HOLBERT, MORGAN SELLAH, TUCKEY Q--in 1'5- I L , QT'-' 152, F. . lr:-' J.: 34394, A 13.1" 7 r 3- ... 5.7.5, , -J.. ,gc .5 ,- -5 L ..',-3 3- J sl 1111-i:,-if 2 1 ,L ,A NGA-QQQQIN .A ,.:ag5w.,,,E,l .N 3, 1 .-:..AGQ' zrimmrdis SILK. 0 Pi Delta Sigma Fraternity 9 N ITS sw-111111 year of 111'g1111izz1.11io11, 1f'I DmI,'1r.I SIGMA F1cA'r1mNI'rY has clone 111111111 111 1'111'1'11e1' both the llGV0l01'111lt'11l' 111' ASTC 111111 the f1'a.te1'11ity itself. O111'sl'11111li11g S0012l,1. l'V01llAS of The year xvvre the fwo 1'c11'11111l dances, held in 111111 spring 111111 11111, 1110 F01111rl1:1's 1'J:1y 1111311115 1113 wl1ic11 The ll1Q1l1lJ91'S of the Zulu. Sigma S111'o1'i1'y wvru glll"Nl'N, 211111 Illilllj' I11i11o1' f1111ctio11s with the most 1111p111'1:1111' 111111111 the H1161-JX1'Q112l1111141117 s11111ke1' for 2111 The 111911 of The college. This S1l1U1il'1' will he 1111 11111111211 v1'u111. Pi Df'll'2l Sig111:1 has as its 1111111111211 points the c:1'vz11i1111 of 21 more ideal- istic AS'l'C lll61'S0ll2,1l1lj', 0X4'Pl1G'11Ct' 111 SQ'1101ill'S1ll11, i11divifl11al flev1e10p111e11t, 111111 S01'V1l"0 111 1'l1e 1-0111-gc. 9 O 1-' 11' 1 C 11: ll 5 .1011 S11:1,1..x11 ..,...,.. ,..,, I '1'1:xirlc11t 1C1.I.1s Sc:I1111.1:1c, ..... ..,.. l 'ice'-1'1'cNi1lr:11I 1511 wr XVI11 11 1 1 '1' ..... ,.,.. 1 9 l3I,'l'Cllfl-I 'y 'l'11A1' L1I11,I1:0 ...... ..... 7 lI'!fllSlI1'f'l' .llonifur lfIm101'ary Illcllzlzcl' Mu. 11Al1l'11 31.xs'I'I:I.I,14:11 1111. IQOIEERT H. K11.1IJs1c .llem Z1 ers 1111,1,1.I1M .l,1lf11'1"1iN 1211.111 GILIFFIIIN TMI 111111111111 .IUIIN 1'A11o1'AN lC1,1.1s S1':11UL1-11: l111I,ANI1 1'0MIcI1o1' 111111011111 XVII,I,AI11,1 11,1Ss1a'1'T VV1:1r:11'1' M1c1.1'1N G1111s1111.1.1c11 ICAIU, MCC1,11,1..x11 'lVlLLlS C1'111u1N J11111 I'1cur1c11s0N JOHNNY f'VBRIEN XV1cI.11oN 1,1f1IIx1:1c 111110111311 SMITII No11M AN 11'1ua1ss'1r11N 11: VOMIDN F1111-1 LIGTVIS ALLISUN ll7AYNE MIf,I,m' VERNON TUCKEY -1015 S1':L1nXl'1, TNJRAN Lma MYHON HoI,u111c'r 1VALI,.1C1s 1R1EAD M.11z1cLEY Mo11c:.xN IQOSXVELL 1V1I,L11I:11 WI11I,I1uI OI,s1cx ,T I AI M II: C.x1c'1'1cI1 WILLIAM O,BIcII:N W'II,LII1M BOYLE 1I1aII111.xN BI1.1I1sI1.xw ICENNICTII DY111: GUIDO CISLAGIYII LYLE TRIMBLE Pledges ITLIGII BICGINN IAJYLE LUSIIER 1511111111 MCEUIIN CLARIJNCE SEXTON AIIUADQ IPIHII SINE 'Y I 1 ,. ,V . L-'W-'fi' A 'V' 14" ,, , V my If lf. SMITHERAN, CAPLINCER, WELLS, jOHNSON RIC!-IESON, IVICDOWELI., NICNEELY, CADY FURREY, CARVER, LIOHNSON, FREEMAN COLDSMITH, ADAMS, BARTELL Q, s v V I 171. y . ln 1 Ha'- 'X ..., ,1 ' IFY ,L 'iv1'rvl"5X5 I I -fifffff -vain W -L s L5 T,w:g.,4,-- .-fn, if t' ggi.: P1"I1"75' . , - . , :" Gr LTEFQ-yn.: - . N ..,, asriuluom XT Lambda Phi Szgma Fraternity ' ' Htl,-XNIZEIJ in 1924, LAMBDA PHI SIGMA, the Oldest frater- i nity On The CZIIIIIHIS. has enjoyed a very prosperous :uid evmiifnl your 3 +'1 VL--L I lx. a fs- L V " Kai ,A XVIHI progress as the keynote. The l iv, ,. 4 yvau' was an vspecially eventful One - . -L. :l, , A I h , ' L 1' ,Q .uf wifi," 'lur the l1l9II1llCI'N Oi the ll'2lt91'llli'y. N , A ' . , Lf. A :is i1. saw the iiismllanfion Of the' fm- 1 f f, 1 -P' - M ggi Tvrniiy house Ull Nurnlzil Aveniw. 1 " ,A .-.- 4. Taking the lead in Teac-l191's' VOI- ' "" ' jL-j 'f7i'iig- .l - leges Of thu Sfaxfv. Lzuuhcla Phi A 6 ' 'SIE ' SlLL'lll'l P4l'lllllQll9fl ihvir home lllldtll' - -' f--sr-' , ,A,,1f".f.a-.:::.-3LLf 1.,44El' 4 ' . 'H ' " .' ' " Aggggf' --Wg. V - , 'P very Illn'lClllf clrcuxnstallccs. mOH'O. t'lii'm'v hh 'l'h4- IIIQIIUI' sm-iail uvmmfs Oi' thc ye-ul' IIUIINU Inst fall. :I l"0l'lllill llinner .lhimf Lillllllilil Phi Sigma has as its urls, Ill-alflmwxliip, Fullmvsllip mul Sc:hOh11'Sliip. inc-lmlv the FUFIIILII Opening Of the 0 held :iii the flush Loma Hotel, al sinokvr. :xml swivel-:il pimlics :md SXVllllIlllllg.f 1l2l1'1IiGS. 9 0 if' 1-'rvians Ilicxm' I+'iua'K .,..ll. ..,......,.,.l ,.l.,,, ,,4, , I J rvsiflcnf Wmlu-:N W1f:LLs ..,..l ...., l 'ir-1'-l'1-v.wirlr'111 Mi1:i:.x'L l+'i'mu-:Y ..... ,.,. A Srfmvfiury-fI'rzff1S1u'm' .llmzilnr Honorfzry JfI'lll'1Il'l' Mic. lDON.xLn f'l.I'X'l'UN Mn. -TUIIX R. S.xNn1c:l1: lllrwnbcrs KUIHCWI' Alanis JOHN TIINTON limi' H,xic',l'ml,1. f'LARExC12 JOHNSTON ARTIIIIII HRANIIAM TJEQNARD EIOIINSTQN fiI,l,l!liR'l'1 CAIN' KFIIEO ILEIQARON Nfl" fM"f"UA"' BOYD BIICIIRILL fllilhlhli 1.u'L1x4:i-:li CY Momuq llOic.wm UIll'lS1.liY GUN MQNN ROY l'Ol,luan'1' Q A N - , lf RED MCDOWHL1, lluwlum f-mmm' L , , , -- ,, DEL R-OLLINS ll IIAHIJCIN Du lx H S NORMAN l+'i:l-:imlxx "mlm 'fwxm Hmm. FMVK PIQRACL SM111-ILRAA l 'NIm:x'1. FVIQIII-ZY NORRIS STEVERSON RUl4Ell'I' GARNER FOREST S'l'R0Vl' My-Roy fiiARYER HARRY XVALMSLIQY LOml:Nm'1': fi0LDSMl'1'H LOUIS XVALMSLEY lllxnm' IIANSON Invmia XVATTS .l.xc'K ILumr.sON WVARREN VVELLS Pledges Axsux COO1-1-an JOuN hICNEEI,EY li:Il.u:s1Lu.L VVALKER L'L,xI:D1c IJUVALL MAX Rlrric NICK TVUICICH l,0NALD iH'ILL lin SHAWN STEVE YVUICICH ,liz 6 SPAIN, PRATT, KENDALL, WEBB WELLS, SWIFT, SEAVER CRABTREE, CAPLINGER REED, PATERSON JAIflllAllO1Jl'l feogmphic Society Q llli 1l1f:o1:11111'1111' S111'11u'1'1' 111' A1-iz111111 State Tl"Z'll'ilQl'S College is COIII' p11se1l ol' 1111111 and 11111111-11 ol' high SCil0iilSi'lC stzulfliiig who are particu- larly i111e1-ested ill Ge11g11'z1pl1y. lill1il'l' the Ie:11le1'sl1i11 111' l'1'11l'ess111' J. YV. 1I11111'e1' the Geog1':111l1icS have 0llj0y1'd lllillly .llli'PI'PSfillg.f lJ1'0gl'illllS this year, illliilldillg lectures by Dr. Gillis- pie, 13111111 UllIl1lllillg,fS, 1'11l1111el I311111stez11l, 111111 the R6S'Q1'EIlf1 Mr. Ewan who s1111l1e1111 Ul1i11:l. l+'i1-ld trips i111-l111le1l 1-:1111pi11,Q l'111' il week-e111l i11 A1'a,vz1i1111 Canyon, Z1 one- 1lz1y trip 1111--1' the Ap:11'l1e 'l'1':1il to Rwseveli' 158111. 111111 Zlll 0VGl'41liglli' hike 'tu S11111-1'st'iti1111 'Dl0l1lIi'2lillS. l"i1'.v1r H!'Illf'Nfl'l' F111' I'11'1"1'1111s11x ..1,,, ..., . .l1111x ,K1cx11.11.1 ...,.. ,.... lI1a1.1f1N S1'11'1"1' ....,.., ...... , 1'1111v1f'111111 S1'111N ...,.. ...., 9 011'11'11:11:11s Srrwourl Sffzvaesww' l'1-1-.wirlmll ...,. 1..,,. J OHN KEN111111 l'. I'r1'.vifl1'111' ..... .,..., l 1115x111 R11-IBD Hr'm'1'1'111'y, ..,.w ..,,., B IINNIIG SEAV1-111 7'1'1'us111'm' 4,,A, .,,,,, R 1ORER'1'.1 YVILSUN jllmrifm' l'1111F1iss1111 J. NV. 1111011111 Hr11m1'rn'y .1Ul!HlbC.'l'S D11. 16111111 I1. M1z11111'1' Du. 11x11 Mus. M111'T1e111ws Mus. i,XVllill'l' B. Il11.11111 M11. 11x11 Mus. K11,1Us1: Mus. -l. NV. II1111v1c11 DR. 11x11 MRS. SYVETMAN 1ll1f111,I1e1's 61111111.11 l'.11'1,lN111c11 .l1P11N111,11 DIENIGFEE ll1111111'11: C111cs1.1c1' H111-:NN I '111111'1'11111a J11111-:s C111,1.1'A1111a11 011,111.1 IJ11r11,.1N W11,1.1,111 I,lI'l"l'lN X111u1.1x F111c1aA111N M1111.1111111c 1111111.11111 I4'1111x1'1cs iIlI'N'l'lC l11a11N1111D JOIINSUN -ILTIJD K1c.1'1'1x1: .T1111N K11N11111,L -I111' KL131NM.1N liljlil' L1111111 D111111N L1111: Ros w1cL1', ALLEN O,D1:L1, FAX P.11rT1c11s0x 11111 QP1111'LE 111111111 .POOLE M11111,1N P1111'1'i1' l1111:N1f: REE11 XV.1L1.11C1s R-111,111 .II1:1.1aX Se11'r'1' XIINNIIC SEAV1511 G11,1C11BEL Sw111"1' CLIFFORD SP.11N LIL11 XXHCBB XVARREN XVELLS Ro111:11T11 XVILSON XVILLAI111 O Gita? ww ' If "v ,II x P-J ffl Q :A 453.1 1' ' 1 ' fig ,ty 3: ' 1.,:ic4:fL ir :me wwf 'Y -.fIT.'ffA1 '5'22"z-F'f.7'! ' 1 - 'if' . , J .Y "r'i",- ' 41?-mg' ff. - X ,f -1-41. . - . , ' ' Q A .A '1x,5:f:xg, ,my ', N. -4 gr ' ' 14 T- " .2 'ff ,El . ., , rf . . , l . . , , , , if , ,. .I , , ,,f.c- , ,. ,. V . ..:1 .1 . Q - .. ., DM ,L,- J--.Lui A- 'f .f1 x ,A -, 1, , 1 "?,'2,'Z-' 10' 1,, .' J V- ,E I" ff L'1?HIf.9v., , 2: 'Q 4' 3,' Q' x Y ? , ' : f' -1 J 2 5' w I f+'d1H' ,1 f " A Q ,fha ff ,. f ,: ., .- - V, 712 7 U -V . -. .- - - ..- .,... Y ,1a':,-. 'Z'---1 V S .. - 4 -K, ".., ,,-A ., -K " Y ' -" .5 W ,. kg E .Lend Q., 4 ' M74 -3 . ' ivfii wf.Li??:'E'." -thx".-Tl4:u5jLQf5'..L .Q . 3,1 ,, Ava, A, -, -1 . 1 - . Q-,92fii.Ajfi34.2' . Q1?5fi4-,5'1f,2?7T 55- -1' -,-.rf-Lift" .13f4:'i.: JL' -'ff-2 '- 'i A " MZ: HOHNER, CRAIG, BEARDON, SKXXCCS KEEBLER, EARTELL, I-IANSEN, ANDERSON Sl-IARTZER, NAEGLE BUEHMAN S.. lift. "X "'. ".'l317'? . 1. -'gf' ' .y -J". J.. .1,::-,, "'-M?'.'! 'I -,L Q , 5. -SJ Qvfi-y N-yy :fi .'S'11' , I. w .A 14132. 'YL 1 .vigil Lil, ,Ar .u ..,:, -' -fg.'1J,3,f1 ,f -'Q-:.4g:1,Q ff: Mn ,L LL-. . ., 3- :- " 1-tafwil x ,-,, - Allfffmnh. Tosfour Soionzfzfio Society O IUC 1'AS'l'l'IUR SffIIlN'I'II1'IC SGCIETY is an Organization to promote interest in the plwwiiczll relzllzions Of physical sciences to man. The society got I I I i1's mime from "the most perfeeli man Of science," Louis Pasteur. The neleivifies Of the society ure very largely edueafiollal. They include lzllks by llll'Illlwl's Of the OI'g:1I1izn1'iO11 :ls well as noted speakers who are lll'0l1g.flll l'O the college by this Ol'g'illllZ21.fl0l1. The speakers OIT ilnis year were: DR. STUIPUARIJ ..............v.,... "fTho Atolmf' DR. STROUIJ ...,....,,.,.........,.. "'A C 'hlcmist-ry and M0clfi0i1ze" MR STARLINO MORSE ...... 'fSc1I11ui,1'cw'y and Mfzuzficfipal Erzgineevringv DR., STANK E ,,.,.....,,,,,,.., ,.,, ' 'fIlIa.9tw'y of Sciezwe TCCLCILLIIIQLF MR. NVALTON ....., ,... ' l'A.ev'oZogy!' HR. GII.1.1svIE ....... ,.....,.... f 'Biology as o Sclionccff The sociefy made its :numzll trip to Stewart DIO1l11lAi1ll1 Dam in April. The illlllllill scielliilicf pivnic' was held in May. l"ir.st Sf'nr.cslm' l.YL1': Bm-IWER .... .. IIARRIT HSANSIEN ..l.... III-:ONORA ANDERSON ..,,. FAI' CIIAIH ......... .... lima' BAR'1'EI.I, JAMES BUEIIIIAN ANIIIUCU BRANAN .IANIH KTLARN MAN IIC lhrfrn TRA PM A N R'Ol'!ER'l'S 1 Ill-LRMIONE fxlfllilllbill ,l'Il.I,EN ICEIBIZLER III-:LEA MiCIqAY RIARION NAEOLE J, 'c LOUISE PENN XVINNIH SHA Ie K XVALLACIC 9 O E E I C E R S Second Semester .......,.P'l'C8fllC1l17...,.... .....HIXICRY HANSEN .......VERA BEARDEN LEONORA ANDERSON Vice-I'rosidon.t...... .....Ser3l'efCI-ry,--H- ,....Trensure-ru... ,,...DIXRCY SKAGGS Members XVILLIAM PATNE VVELDON IQOHNER XVINSTUN LARSON rXLBERT SMITH JAM ES CKEASEINIAN h"l.ILO STENINGER HOWARD THORNRURG JOHN' IQNUTSON BLONDA BUSHMAN CHESTER STRAND ADA BARNETT DONALD COXVEN RTZER BIARY CARGILL IRIVIN lJUNcrAN RIARION JOHNSON jl':IJlS'IICll :HASTINGS PERSIS STEYVART AXDDA JANE GIROUX DORIS DARWIN LORRAINP1 XVA1.r,Ar'E LYLE OSGOOD CECIL SIMS RIXTIPIT LQIATTHENVS O McPherson, Welcome, Laird, Davis Keebler, Spain, Reed Kappa Delia Pi APPA DELTRX PI is a National 1'I0ll01'Rl'y F1':1te1'11ity in Edlllliltiljll with chapters in colleges tll1'0Ilg1l0lllf the United States. Beta Phi Clmpter was installed here in Deceluber, 1930. This Fraternity 1l121il1t21i1lS the highest educaiiionzll ideals and 'fosters fel- lowship, scholarship and acellievement in educational work. E OFFICERS ELLEN' IfEEBLE1l .............. President IRENE IQEED ..,.... ....... S ccrctary LUCILE BAILEY ................ Wee-I'rOsicle11.t R-may LAIRD ....... ....... 7 'I-msm-or MR. I. D. PAYNE ..........A.v.......... Cowmsclor 1Io11.ov'a1'y Members DR. A. J. LIATTHEWS F. M. IRISII Members LUCILE BAILEY MRS. ISABEL NVATERIIoUsE LAPREEL DAVIS AIRS. CLARA STIIJIIAIYI MRS. FLORENCE GUSTIN Mus. HOSE WVILSON ELLEN IKEEBLER B'AY 1'.vr'I'ERsON RUBY LAIRD ICATIILEICN SPAIN MRS. IIAZEL QUAID Mus. FLORENCE DICPHERSON CLIFFORD SPAIN BIARGAILET S'ITEYVART IRENE REED JENNIE XVELCOME MRS. IIELEN LAOKIWAN MAREI, JANE DAVIS - -lima . -.Q- gvvr- A ni a I ,-.. - -l- v ezomczn Club 0 lllfl Nmwnmx l,'l.u1:, organized for the purpose of banding together the Catholic Students of the College and for the purpose of 1'G11d61'l1'1g more and better service to the College. lllllfltl themselves felt on the czunpus this year more than ever before. During the year they obtaiilecfl il Cl1au'te1' and became one of the two hundred National Cllapters established within the United Statesw A 4? The social calendar included many interesting events, including recep- tions, picnics and Swllllllllllg' pzwties. First Semester -IEANNE RICHARDS .....i. .... Time 1lIAR'l'INEZ ..... MAn.1oR1n IQIEGAN.. 4 OFFICERS Second Semester ....I'residcnt........, .MMIKE Mixmfno - VlU!?'.P?'CS"f1lC1l 1' ,...Scm'utru'y....... C11Am.1aY SIGALA ....... ..... 7 'reasurw' .... .TIFF llIAR'l'INl'lZ Lois llliuvxmo CHARLEY SIGALA AUM- ling In , A A 56 'af Q QS, 1 1. . wr '-:sf PENN BAILEY. COSTEY, CARVER STOVEIQ, TUCKEY CAPLINCER, RICCS, PARKER D "Unm' ll I'. ll". f'. alzmyx tl ff. lV. Cf" 9 N 19121 at group ol' young people who were interested in hiking Organized :I elnlm wliieh has gi-Own into :tn 0l'Q2lIliZEli'i0ll that: is composed of both men :Ind women oi' the ezlnlpns. These IIIGII :Ind women have umny good illllt3S on the llltllllllillll hikes and the stieuk fries that the Club enjoys. This 1ll2lli0S the IllIll'i,PUlll'i1 year that MI-. Irish has led, the C. WV. C. members Over the lllfllllllilill paths and took his part in the initiation of the new pled,1,5es. For nineteen years he has led this 01'gZl1llZZlfi0ll in their social funetiions :Ind it is to this lllllll that we Owe om' growth. Among the iliii2lll'N Ot' the yesu' are steak fries. and our aiimual hike upon the Superstition Moulzhxin. 'l'he elnh also held ll nnnilxer Ol' bridge parties. The 2l.lllllI2li dinner dance t.'0Ill.IJit5i'0t.l il successful C. XV. C. year. 9 OFFICER s NORRIS S'1'IcvI:RsON ..... ,...,.,.,, . ,.,... IH-esidmzfr EIJNA SIcR'I'Icf ............... ..,.... 1 'VCC'-,l'l'CS'illf?Il.f7 GERALD CAI'I.IN1:IcR .v..... ....,., A 'em'cfary-Trcasu1-cr Illmritor ' MR. IR1sII Iloimra-1'y A1UlIl1H'l'S MR. AND Mies. JOIIN R. Sixxnmic MR. Tico SIIIPIQRIT ,llc m bars MRS. RIUTII ISAILEY BIINNII5 COLE Miumis COs'I'nY IRVINIQ XVATTS RIINNA IPAIIKIQR GERALD CAPLINGER LOUIsI-I PENN VERNON TUCKEY DIARY Lou BI1:vI1.I.m MYRON GARVER NIQLI. lllllllldlifl' NORRIS STEVERSON EIINA SRRTIO LOUIS YVALMsI,EY ALICIQ S'I'ovI4:R CYRUS MORRIS O AHUADQ --- -Y -- - .- -Wi r Off Campus Women 9 NEYV organization for women was organized SCl.Dt6llllb0l', 1931. That is 1111 organization for Off-f,'ilIll1lllH women. If is flll'0llgll ihis organ- ization that the large group of women 1112111 do not live in the doi-xuitories can have a closer contact with the college life. This group 01'P2'll'BS a friexid- liuess that would otliei-wise be neglected bG'l'XVl-'PII the canipus and off carnpus women. XVQ hope that This OI'g2llllZ2'lfl0ll will grow more next' your and that their alcfivitivs will be gl'P?lfQI'. 4 Oivmcmns First Semester Second- Semester BIARTHA STERLING. .... ......... I '1'z:.s1idw1f ........ ,... . ..Dzl'AR.T0l:IF1 fhxlrlmlclw Lor,1'1-A Woons ,........, .,..... T fine-Presidmzf ...... ....... l PL0Rl'lNf'E 1 lIl.1.H'l"1' D0RoTHEA NELSON ..... ,..,. S ecr1ffm'y-7'rm1,surcr .,.l.. ,... R 'llxm' Osmmx JAITLUADO D Central Council 0 f Wfomen G Halls Hli Central Council of XV0lllQll'S .Halls is coniposed of the 1ll61llll61'S of the executive councils of the four won1en's hails. This organization was organized in SG1!fCIl1bl?!', 1931, with Dvun Frances Kailstedt as the advisor. This 01'gu.nizuti0n of young wonlen has been very active in p1'OIl1Oti11Q' a spirit of friendliness, co-opcrzltirnl and student self-goverllment on this czunpus. 9 OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester MAnGU1cuIf1'n BIARTIN ...... ....... I 1l'CS'illC7lf ........ ...,. E DNA SERTIC LEONORA Axmmsox ..... ., .... ,.Vicc-I'z-rfsizlmif ...,.... ....... I ii-zoxonii ANDERSON RUTH STI'l"l' ................ . .... Nrwrfffflry-Trffn.w14rm' ...... ...... . Gizouuu. VVIGHT H IN Um A l A A A XYHITE XVAY 2 frong mm beat' and bvml Hu: worlrl at willy They mold law nurn, in 811111110 Hfifln flurir 1lr:siw'c.w, And light fha xlfies 'unifh xucfr ij?ciul frm: To all 11:0 gods who girc' llzwmf jJ0'Il.'!'l' mul skill. nas fB1l.l,1Nr:sl,11 all-,SL JAUUADOMJN Forms MATTHEWS' HALL vw 1 1 J mn Jlfafflzews Hall .VI llllull h II.x1,1., umlm-1' llw 1-zlpzxlrle gllimlzlm-e of Mrs. Hurst, and the 1-xvrlitivr l'UlIlll'il. luis llilll il very silrr-ussf11l year. 'llllll suviul Villtlllllill' for tlw -Vllill' i11cl111lv1l il F1'9Sllll121ll party. Z1 tea hon- ring lllm- new girls 1111 llw CRIIIIIHIS, il lll5lll"lll' f'lll'lSi1ll2lS lrarly, and the a111111:1,l l0l'lll2ll fl3lll1'l' g.flX'llll i11 l11111o1- ul' Mrs. lllll'Sl. 'lllll' girls oi' Malllwws ll:1ll. io l'l'l'2lf0 inure llllllllllllill upp01'T1111ities, in- .1 sa-1.111 1l:1111I1 lIlINf1'l'a l1'ir.v1'N1- l"m1111:N1'14: l'1sx1-:Y xlullval il now rXlXV2lll"l'-K0lli rzulio in llw 1-er1-11:1 limi 1'00IIl. 'Flwy also donated ' flislws, wliicl-I1 wr' onjoy very 111111-l1. 9 U 1-' 1-' 1 1' 11: ll s ......,l'1'r'xi1l1'11f,..... I.. . mf'-I'l'1w1fI1'111. ,,., . ..... , Nl,x1u:1'1-:111'1'1-: Bl.x11'1'1w ' 1 V111c:1x1.1 lmvi-'xi' XL1111' Al1'flI.I'lll" ?ll'l' ,,.,Hr'1v1'f'1r11'y,1,,,. . ..,.,..,. .... 7 'rr'n.wll1'1'1' .,.,. ....,. 909 O Nwwzrfl S0111-CSf!"l' IC-111x011 LIIHGINS GL1-:SNA 01,s1:N Y1111:IN1,1 D,1vr:N1'o11'1' E1.1,r:N XVILLIAMS EAST HALL E lr b Fi 1 5 . 5 3, sv D ii ,R Emi Hall .KST ll.Xl,l., with its nvw lwzul-1'csiflc-111. Miss Sully ll. Hilj'tlf?1l, sponsurcfl umm' sur-iul 1-vm-his this yvzir. ln nrrlvr to ccwziiv am zit'111nsplw1'e of l'ri4--nrllilwss :incl genial-will lwlwwn thc- f'zu'l1l1'y :xml sfmlenfs, imuiy informzil Sllllllill' ili'il'l'll00ll tous lmvi- ln-on given for various dl:'Ilill'tlllClli'S of the col' Ivy, 'l'hm- hall hc-hl il flvliglxiful l'lu-isfnms pairfy. 'Q-. 'l'hm- lirsi tm-an ul' ihv yllill' was givvn in lmum' of QI,Jea111 Lll'2'lll1,'QS Kzlllsfe-fl1'. Wei lmw all mijoyvel lmving.f Bliss, llnyden living with us. XYH f11JlJ1'tiCi?lf0 V1 lhc- spirit ul' l'i-ivmlliiwss :xml 1f00pQ1':ll'l01l that she has shown. .llirougli tlwsc ruzuls Miss llziydun has proved herself :1 Wm-tliy mlvisor. 9 O 11' 1 C lc 11 s First NIPIIII'-i4fI'l' Secwlcl Scmcstm' .Lxsiia Cfmuic ,....., ....... I 'resident ....,. ....... B Lx1:JoI:1E REGAN RIINNA il,Altlil'1Il ...... ........ T '7'iCC-.Pl'f'SilICllf ..,...... ....,, R -UTH STITT Rwrrr S'1'1'1"1' ...... ..... l 90rvrcfury-7'1'mlsurw' .....w ...... Q IEWVEL YVALKER Kiwis Vlxxm' ...... ....., S orriul Cliuirnzalizl ....., ...... Y 7ALVETTA KRAUSE 464 9 l N. -V , 1 k f' is iv Q 1 v K, . Q Y - 7 'PTT , 7' ' if A ' Y 'I ' , W iw f , -- . Y 'l-- ------ ---- -- :J --V-f-f -r---1:-'-:f:T'-:4:Tff":'x-""'f' .Z ff:f""A ' W -5' V' -5- E 1 NORTH HALL D i7NQ0ftlz Hall 9 l'4'1'l'ZSS, 1'0UlN'l'1lliull. :md l'UIllII2llliUllSlli1J has been Hu- IIIUHU nt' Xorth llnll ull this your. XV0 lnznw worlcm-cl :md plzlyvd lugvtllm' Slli'CL'SSfIINj' :mtl wilh joy in all nl' mu- z1I'!:1i1n1xw1xi's. It has lwvn al IIIUZISIIH' in 1'lll0l'f'1lill for ofllvrs on the crxllnpus. Anumg ilu-sv sm-i:1I :lvlivilim-s wv iiml nmny things to sfurv away in mn? lllt'1Il01'illS oi' Nurill 'lI:lH. l'mlvr ilu' 1'2ll'4' :xml gwliclznmw- nf' our ch-zu' Ilullsm--Murlle-1'. Mrs. Hzlllshuc, our luyzllly for A. S. 'l'. V. has In-1-11 uplwlfl mul we IIQIYU been grcafly ru- w:u'd1'4l. 'Pu Mrs. HZIIINIIIIU, W0 vxivml our IITIHUN1 2lIlll1'PC'iilliOll for the joys :mul plvansurvs in nmking nur will-gv liil- num-ef likm- 1101111-. 4? 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Last your we wcrv wis111e11 by the 1'eti1-111g 111e111be1's 21 biggger and better y1-2111 for 115131-'32, Olll' 111111 QFOIIID of young 11111111111 is the ZIIISXVGI' to this wis11-111:111y of 0111- f0l'l1.101' 1111J111be1's 1'ct111'11i11g to us for the present year. A1111 111 11111r11- who 12111111 81111111 H1111 during the coming year, we wish to in 1lllI'll 1'xtc1111 our g1'0e1ii11gs. lf'i1'st SU'H1fffStCl' f! MA11111 1.'o1g11.1a .,..,..... 111111115 114111111111 11Y1C1 11115111 W1'11'1"1' .....,,1 , D01ilJ'l'I1Y L.1N11c11,, 1 H ICODORA CARM ICN 1 ,..... 011111011115 0 011 '1'I'I ID Pluzsrzx '1' YPIAR I'1'csi1l1:n1 .... , Vi1,f1:-1'1'1:si1Z1:11 I ,....Sc:c1'c111,1'y..,.., .....TVOClfS'll7'Cl'.....,.. Social Director ,..1. O64 O Second S131'1'LG8fC'1' GEORGIA TVIGHT MA11111 POOLE ELOISE FINIGAN MIGNON STEVENS DOR0'FHY LANIE11 ALPHA HALL 1113, .J vi 3 - D x I E Y ' " i .'P 5 F JAHUADO U Uiflplzcz Hall 9 11'!! 11111!! 1111111-ny!! Say 1111+ 1111411 111' OL' :X1.1'IlA. 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Miss A111111 XV111111 11115 11111111 eve1'y1'11i11g 111111 1'1111111 ask 111 21 11.92111 Resi- 111-111, :11111 11111l'1' 11111. A1t111111gl1 she 111111 11111 111111-11 11x11e1'ie11ee with s111'11 :1 large 1.fI'11lI11 111' 1111'11. s1111 S1211'141"11 11111 lllil' :1 ve1111':111 :11111 ke1'11' 1111 The good work 11ll'11lljI111J111' 1111: year. '1'111-1 11111y s111'1:1I 1111-111 111' 1111+ year 1'111- 11111' I'l1l'1I'1' 111111 was the Wz111f111w111' 1111111-1' s111111s111'111l 115' 11111 511111121 1111111. 0 111-'11 113 1111s lf'i1'.vl N1'1111'x1'1'1' 1911101111 S1f111esf1'1' Bl1C1ll'11'I1! 'W11,1,,x1111... .Y.1,.., l'1'1'.wi1I1'11f ....... V..e.. 1 I1-:11M.xx I111.111s11A11' X111111.xx fl1.l'I1l1'IN'1'S .1,1,, .,,.1'i1'1'4l'1'1'si1I1'11f1 ,e,. ,..,.. 1 11'11111 C1S1..x1,:111 l11'1il-I 1VI1l'1'1'2 ....,..,.,,. ,.,,. 1 Vl'f'I'f'7L1Il'l1j .,.,, .1,, I 1I'KI1I XVIIITE 11.1ss1f:'1"1' NV1111:11'1' ...... .,,1, ' l'1'1'1lx111'1'1' .,... ,,.. 1 9L1SS1ci1'f1? YVRIGI-I'lf 9 9 9 4 H -I N M i , H IM ! ! OASIS A somber ememlfl Set in flH'll'iSILCll gold ,- A soothing shmlofw Ou a, field of Zightj A mellow tone Amid ce blare of brassg A hope, A prom-ise To set mfm's mimi Arighf. -JAMES BILLINGSLEY DI Troscenizmz Players 9 HIC l"nosenN1nM 1o'L.u'nns were orggzxnized in December, 1931, for The pur- pose of oI1'er-ing Ul'JIDOI'fllllil'iBS' for those who are dmxliuticzllly inclined, i and io fnrfllex' the dl'2llllZltiC endeavor on the campus. The meetings were mostly for the purpose of reading the latest and the In-st of all 1'll1'l'0Ilii plays, and To foster an apprecialtion for good plays. Pledges are ndlnitied to ihe society only after being voted upon, and :after lmving lilled the p1'ese1'ibed nuinber of dl'311121fiC activities required. 4 Spoinsm' Miss IBERYL SIMPSON f'l'o whom the 0l'gil1liZ21i'i0l'l owes its successi Clmlwmn Mnmmnas l I I-:lc M A N N IERADSHAYV f.'llARLl+IS I3IdARDSLEY Annex O'Dm.L Loimxn ROBINSON iiILlSIUR'I' CADY til,.xm's XVIGHT FRANCES HUNTE Jon DURAND FLORA YOUNG Glmyxnonix YOUNG D.xRCY SKAGOS Hoswnnn XVILLARD T1InLM.x BECK New Ji1!!III'bCI'S Lomsn BIILIGS Orvivlenn f'51mnI.1cs BnA1:IJsI,nx' ..... ,,,.,, fiILI!I'1RT Cmnt ...,....... Glmsnwl' CAIN .... TIIELMA BEQK ...........,...,.. ..,,,, J 1M M IE SAM UELS LAPREEL S Pircsi den t Tift?K?-l'I'0S'f!IC'lI If TI'CKIS'lU'67' S1'c'1'cfm'y BECK, O'Dm.L, HiUNfl'IC..,.. ...... Constiifutlionnl Committee Puffrnns and Prm XVIl,l,mun lilmns 'OTICNSCS Enmxon BALDWIN Mn. Amr Mics. IJONALD Cr,Uz'1'oN DAVIS D Cock Ubin 9 LL NUFK ROBIN" by lflllm-1' Rive :xml Phillip Hurry was lll'l'Hl?lllWi by thv College iifillllil Wm-ksliop. under thu wry vaipnlilm- mlirvctimi of Miss Beryl M. Simpson, l'1'ofesso1' of iiI'2lIIl2lfilfS. Tlw work of the entire Cust was COIIIIIICII1-i2ll.i16, lml' flue :lcliug ol' F. ii'G1'll'l2lll i'iI'?lflNil2'iXV, Minniv and Iimsora 151-lierl' was especially good. Cixsw' 1-IICRIIAN Bnixivsruw .... ll.xm:Y llixxsicx ...,.... ,.w,., lmluix' Srciuzus .,,., 1 v v 1 w 1,1 1 4 lnxiclumii. bil,-1.1. ...... ...... fiII,l!l-Ili'l' Cxrn' ..,i.. lilcxoim l'h'1iic::'1' ...,. ,fl lim Mon tyo nwry Lmwlsia Axmzusox ,.,. ,Y ...., , :XLLEN 0'DlfzLL ..... YOAIHN IPRY .......... i'il.x1u,1f:s Bic,umsI,1-:Y BIIXXIIC S1-:.wicR.... fi . 1 .l Ill+.LMA Iuimixlm ,,,. 9 flwnrfjf' .lla-Llllijf Julian Ulvrvlanrl lfir-lulrll Lum' llum-ark li'ob'in.wm ,lnllu ,lfssup !'fl1'lnl111, illru-lrlfll I.'lm'l.'1e fI'm'mn1:r: Ilfnry Briggs DV. liflya-1' flivlffrf .llurirz Smit l,'!'lf'll Jlrmfzfrrfll Sc-aver, The slmlent Iimmlxlciioii sialflf llvsei-ws inorv than c-usual mculioii for The huge Success of "'Uof'llf lfllllillvfi as lille-y worlcud lung and fuitlifully COIlil'llhlli'- ing llwir slmrc- To nlailzv 'llw play Hllvll il sliwvss. S'i'.x if' ii' 'l'mq1,M,x 'lilqmq ,,,,, ,,,,,,, ..,., A V flulr'n1 ,lIil'1'1fl0l' ,lf'i,m:,x Yovxu ,,,,,,ll,.,,, ...... I 'nxfulnrf illllllflflfw' filiARENl'lG lluxruxx ,.,.,, ..... A Vfuyr' lilllllflflfll' G1,1cNim1cA Yorfxu ,,,, ,..... I 'i'opr'rfif'.w .lmuiiic Simllfi-:1.s.,Y, ,..., liar.-:films mul Pu-blirfily Nlu mul Wil dvnl if I'2ll'I'il'fl Hll'Ullg1ll0lIl. Lens M.wlfw:n VIRGINIA DAVl'IXI'0ll'l' Y11:c:1x1.x .XDAMS lP11'Kx' lnxxllclc IMNNA Rmus f'lIAIiI.lI'l W,x1'rs Ilolzlcwl' Rm' NVll.M.X Ihzlsmm. l"mu':s'l' S'rno An.xl,x'x1,1al': Illmsl-:N ,YIIHIV ' 'l'ln' l'1lf'l" .,.. llixyaw-rf"'... Wllrli V . - ll Jllllglf fflillll' To ,.,... 7'lur l'luy".v flu' 'l'l1iny",,, H111-l.'i 7 ng II Winm'r".A lIll'r'r-fm' .,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,A,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,YV .-lxxi-wffllll 1!il'r'r'fm' ..,.. lIH.vi1u'.w.w ,llulmyrw .,.. Hluyfw ,llrllluyvr ...,., .lflrr'rfi.winy .A.....A..., Vuxirunr' .llunugrr Nf'f'Hif' .lhnwiyfn ,,..,,,.. I'uhln'11y .,,,...,.,,,,,,, Nluyf' 4l,.w.wi.vIrmf.v ...... Nf'r'l1f'1'y ,,.....,A,,,,, ,,,. AUUADL0 0 -I 932 7011125 9 'IIIC S.xHl'.x1m Sl'.XNliAI.S, 1:1-mlucml Illldlxl' the direrzfimn of Tlwllllel Be-ck, s uno ol' tlw lwsl wel- put mn in the vulv oi' old TUIIIINH :tcm-ending to opinion. 'Pho Follic-s was ul' ills- vzlllflvvillv Yypv, ' XYIHI The desert lirlllwf YIIHIINIA Kuuzx' II!-11.1-:N Juxclmx f'l'lLI'1S'I'I'1 IWELAINE Hxfzlcxlzim BIUODY -I m N1-:'r'1'm 1fRIS'l'0I. Tap BIAIUQI-IIQY 1'0111-:Roy F1,o'fLE 1'Am1ER NAIDINIC I'uA11':lcm' AIARGERY GAmaAlum Iloufvrnv fhxnwocm Nong Rpm-if1Ifif'.s JI',xx1'r,x xvlllihlilill I". Illcmmx I5 Piuuu Npr'1'i1111ic.w xVAl.'I'liR S47-o'1"l? AI"I'UllfIffiC Tcflmv l'l' Q' Il Npwrfiulfy llrlnrvls RADS I I ANV Ilrzmcx Omruxnsox l'4'K A1.v1-:Y Jon IIITRAND Sli I'l'S 1,,L1-:Norm 1111 ' K 1-:wr 4' F J V?X'0Ml'3N Flaym Vl,l-:Xonix EcIil4:wr 3 Yom-:N li'm'la ,N xAl:1x-1 Com-:x "I'Im:An MCEUEN VIRGINIA 'lLxv14:xvo1:'1' -I.wK ,lIARI'II.SON 4 M,x1'1:1c1cN fimlilc lhxum' S1iA1:1:s f'lIARI.ICS NV.u'rs xW11,Al.x .DIllSKll,I, P J SSW-:xvl-in 'I'1mAll-sux '4l.lmlNNY lflalcx-:s'mN1'1 S 1'RUIJITl"l'1UN Swuxmf 'FI FI wr x Ilmmx Incl-1 . . Director XTIVIAN ANDERSON x'IYIA N Axnmcsox 'I'Il14:LMA BECK Rr'::s1':l.L Gornmxn YIYIAN :XXIII-ZHSON fl'1c,wls Rrzlmovli 11, ,. . Bum Rrssl-11,l', Gmnmrm Lum-zxvr-: G0l,lDS1I1'l'Il i -IIAIMII4. hnlvl-:l,s M.u:'1'H.x S'l'm:l.lx4: Num JXIIAMS I l.xm'm' SAW Y lm. Bm: R ox' Iql'1NNli'l'II llvmc, Uixms f'0I,I,H'I1l M.XllH.UlI'1'I' Ilmxr Cl AITLUADQ Cyrano de Bergerac U YRANO DE BERGERACU by Edmoufl Rostzmd, given ulldcl' the able supervision Of Beryl M. Simpson, Director Of Drumatics, was perhaps the best received play Of the ycnr. Action was not lacking in this proffluctiiou as each uct was full of either comedy Or l1lfL'1lSC dlillllil, usually bOl'l1. Cyrafno ..... . CAST OF Crr.xuAc'1'1cIcs Christiana. ...... Comptc de Gaichc ..... Ragaetncau ..........,,...,...,. Le Bret ........,................,,.,,,., Cafrbonidc Castel J alouaf ..... L1g1Lw7'S .............................,. Valvert ............. The M arqfais ..... Movzftfleary ...... Cat g y ...........,.. Brtssaille ........ . A Bu-sybody ...... First Page ....... Second Page ..... Romaiz O ............. HCV Ducmza ...... Lzlsc ....,......,................. lflifl'CSII-TILUII,f Girl.. lf'lOwcr Ctrl ............... . Mother Illargfacrita ..,... Sister Clai-rc ............ Sister Martha ..... The C'ap'uch,m ...,. The Piclapocket ..... The Sentin-el ..... First Cadet ....... I S000-nd Cadet ...... Third C adet .....,.. , lf'0'11'rtlL Cadet ...... Fifth Cadet ...,... S-imth Cadet ......... Seventh Cadet ....... ..... Ladies of the Cou-Vt FLORA YOUNG MARY LEE XVALKER ELIZABETH HUDSON CEL!-:STE BLAIN14: ADA1,YNI,w H-Ilil-EEN ...,.......J.xM1cs JONES IIEICAIAN l3RAllSI'IAXV , ..... F. lilmlmlm BuADs11.uv JAMES JONES ..,....I1l14:NuY lf'1:1cK .......l'1-:law XVIIITIG .,..,,.l5YI:ON IIOLDIUQN ....,.,G1I.1smc'l' CADE .......CARI. JONES .......S1'1:NcE1a THOMPSON .,,....U1,,x1:1aNcm STULL ......B1cuNlu:O MUWLEY ,.....,JIMMIE SAMUELS ......VOMEN .FRYE ........lOrc IJURAND ..,,...lvII1MA llJn1sl.c1LL .......Fl:ANcns XVINDES .......Q'l.AUm.x IKINSEY ..,....Tmcr,MA BECK ......LOl:x,sxc Mums ..,,.,Hl1lLl'lN Rolxcll .,....llOlucNm ROHINSON .......Fll0liA YOUNG .......R1f'r1r PITTS ......M,xm:umuw Ulcfxmmrc ......,W11,Lr,m1 Illmw .......SIQYRI0lFll Slamrzn ......SI'ENClClt THOMPSON .SP1-:Nm-:lc THOMPSON CARL J ONES ,......NVl1,I.1A1v1 BAIRU lilvrmnn B1':Au1lsL1cx' ......,llmNO1m SHILI, .....,.JOu IJURAND .....,,Sl'lYMOUIt S'EL'I'ZER N fa fl, S FLORA XFOUNG Mlxuy Lmm XVALKER AnA1.YNL1cm Hmmm E1,IzAnmr1r HIIDSCJN .CmL1cs'1'1c BLAIN111 D Cymno de Bergerac O SYNOPSIS SlG'I"I'lXtQI .llotm-I ln- Bourgogne, Paris. where we are presented to f."yl'2llI0, the Ic-arling l'il?ll'2IK'l'l.'l'. xlefemling his honor in a duel with a young Xoblenian, Vic-onlie 'V:llveI'I'. Avi' I: A IH'l'iUl'lllilllK'lt at ll: px-use-ntwl to Vyrano. who forlricls Montileury to appear iu the hlay. "Ln f'ln1'isf'." I :lvl lla- Bougogne, laris. in 1640. 'We are Am' Il: l'.vrano niet-is his fair eousin. Xl'ilUlll he sec-retly loves, and finds that shi- is in love with Vhristian. a IIIPIIIIIPI' of the guarcls. Am-'r Ill: Uyrauo, who is disguised, helps f'hrisrian woo Roxane from the half-ony. after suing thai' he cannot do so ei'l'eetix'ely. ANI' IV: Roxanne goes lo the battle to see f'ill'lSi'iilll just in time 'to see hiln I'all lmefore a Spanish volley. - eollvenig where Roxane has entered. Am' Y: Fom-teen years later in a Vyrano arrives. wounded, asks for letter Christian last wrote. Vyrano repeats from memory the 4-onteuts, and then dies in Rox- amfs arms as she says, "l have loved one man and lost him twice." The l'l'U1Illl'li0ll Stall' for f,'.Ijl'!IIlO 4113 fff'I'fjCl'lllP had one of the most tire- llll'll1lOllS tasks to lN'l'f0I'lll ever asked of u production stalf for 21 Tempe play. That this task was pei-fornxeml ereflitalrly is shown by the huge success of the procluction. Nlrlyr' :UlIlllI.!fl'l' ,.., ,rl ssislfnlfs .,,.l,.... fl S-Yfxfflll I' lIi1'r'1'lr11's ,..... pllnlfr'-lip lllulmgvl' .-l.wsislr111I'.v ..,.. , filhvfllllll' ,llrlnrlgw ',.. . ' ,flssisfllllfx ...,..., lJlI'I'fl'iI'1Il .llrlm1yr'r .... .-1 .mix in n I' ...i..............l,... f,UIIwfTl'lll liN.vim'.v.w ,'UlllIfl.!f!'l',..., ,ill-IIlfl"H.Ij Jlfrnmgrr ....,..,,.,,,, 4 i'RUDU1f'l'l0N S'l'Al4'l" ....,..r........,..,......Ro1:nI:'I' S11l.1.1vAN Sl',u5i. Rtl'IIf'1l, IIALI5 i'oL1,1En, "i"""'lA1,i.1cN U'D11:LL ...,,ii'A'l'lll'lllINE iRYlC, I.ol:uN1a IQOHINSON ...V.........Y...................IiA'l'HEllINE lLxx"roN fDoNN.x Rims, X'lULlET BIASILKO, ""'i2NlxoMi Moimx. XvlVIAN ANDERSON Fnomzs iFuANc'1cs fIl'N'l'E, MAR.1o1c1E Rlculxx ""'2YIm:1N1.x lf'1.nM1No,, lV1NN1E XVILSON Porn ......,..ALTlx FOGAL ,..,..,l,wK HARELSON .,...lV1LL1AM ISAIRD AILUADLQ WARNING Pura ui lu'f1rt Ira zrrmdvr nmr: Conzrculr' on thc qmwf rlirilm, Turn noi from flu' Nflll'N your bran: Thai your ffyzuv may rm! on 'minrx Pura- af luw-rf 'iw' mrmlrr uoux' TVO IIKIFI' hopes bvymnl iuduylg And mn' qur'-st dom :mf ulluus lfvxf or lIl'f'1lIll along fluff wrrry. TW any in, our rlislunf lzoprj, Ona' -zrith all The yrrut and 1ri.w': f,'unll'mI1'A. flu uni iuru nr groin' 1"m' .mmf Zr:s.sf'r Iigizf lhuf div-s. UV' nnlsf rim' or zu' must full: Lmv: run lrrmu' nu miflrllf' lruvu: if Ihr' yn-ui lifr' flu noi full, TIIUII is .wrrlfffwx and flmfuy. -f1l'l0IHlIC W1m.I.xA1 Rus JAITIUADQA Jbfzzszk' X41 if i!, ,, Q J J fi 1 - P '- ,V ll. . ufrizomz State Bam! HE ASTC band under the enthusiastic super-vision of I'rol'essor Carl Hoyer contributed ninch to the snccvss of college year. Regardless of the weather and all other contrzlry C0l1Kllfl01lS, the band always appeared at the games and other places when needed. YVQ do not have to stretch the Truth to say that the hand is the best in the history of the institution. To SllbSlIill1l'lf1t6 this slatelncnl, comes rumors frorn other colleges in the state coniniending our ASTC band. On Home- coming both here and at Flagstaff the band added considerably to the suc- cess of the day. Piccolo THERZA BIRDXVELL YVILLIAM NVILMOT Oboe XVILLIAM PAYNE Clarrincts IRA PIRTLE DON LILLYNVHITE NORMAN BIIC1-IEA IQATHERINE STROUD JOHN BREVVER Tvwmpofs HImI:r:RT IIOYER NOIRB-IAXN ITREEMAN CARL CURSTON MJARTIN MCLAWS NIARTIN Tarn CYRUS MORRIS Jon BRAUN Wrnnmm BALL Scaavoplzlomrs Lynn BREXVER EARL JAMES JACK CRICIILOW Trombone CECIL FURR Jon BUNCH VENISS KIAEINBIAN Ba,-ritonc Alto WVENDELL DAVIS HIGNRY SISK Bafsscs ROSWELL XVILLARU HORACE GILRRRT gli, JAHUAQOJD Th 0 iz t Mu. l'A1:l, llUYl'ZR ,.,... ...,,. l Iirwfor llAl'R'I'Il'Il1 luvls ........ ...... I 'r1f.sicZe1z-I l,lI.AI7IiIA Krxslcx' ,V,.. ,. ...,. .A .,.,,,. ,,.,,, C Yoncrcrt Jlmstm- NIQDIGR ilu- alnlv flll'0l'llUIl of Mr. Carl luloyer, the O1'cl1es1'1'a, one of the largvsl anal lwsl in the state of Arizona, gave ASTC Illllifll favorable plllrlim-ily. ln flu' 0l'gf2llIlZ2ll'l0ll of such a splendid o1'cl1esi'1'a, Mr. Hoyer has mox-u than uphvld the wvl'l-val-ned repufalion he now enjoys in Arizona musi- cal cirl-les. The 0rc'lwst'r:1 has playvrl the Olllllllllg Illllllllt-'PS for Twenty-six Assem- blius, ll1i1'ty-two plays, in addition lu SPYUII Sunday c011ce1'1'S, seven radio C0llCPl'lN, and 2l1l1N'2ll'0fl lncl'm'e the Plluunix Wmnen's Club, Cll21llfll61' Rotar- ians, Hoosvwll' and Laveen sclmols of Plmenix, Freshman mul Teacllers re- vcplimls. Rau-1-all:1111'w11'u and G1-aflllatioxm services. l'inlin.w Axul-znlxlc f'l.Ilf'l"Ultln lhwllm. IJANA ll.-xnmm f'Al,1l'I"l' BIAIRY lCl.l,1':x l':AKlGll l,u,l,I.xx AVIJIGII NAIbINlC l'0Allill0Y la'4'11,r: Um!-:N AllAlA'Nl1l'Il'l llnsm-:N llunlcxzu IJISONIIICIC 3lAlu:A1u1xfl.' DUNN Vinh: lcA'l'llElilNlG fIb,u"1'oN ll Uvlln JACK CIKICIYILOXV Pimz 0 llA1'1u:1f:I. IJAVIS Ilouwrlll Y XVARRI-:N Imnwrlzy PHILLII' Oboe WIr,l.I,xA1 PAYNIV: Ifluics lhm, lV11,A10'r Tm-:um Bnzmvlcuz. Bassoon, Jonx IQREVVICR D:'zlvms-Ilomncms I'lr:xm:1zs Ula-rincfs IRA l'1R'1'L1c Xian XVILLIAMS NORMAN RIICIIEA Hom kIl'lNliY SISK Tl"lllI14IZ!'l'S 1119111-nenw HOYl'Ill BIARLIN MCLAWS CYRUS Monms T-rom bones J oz-1 BUNCH CECIL Funk lull AHUADQ Front--Satlwar, Goldsmith, NVillard, letmes, Corbett, Carter, Fiifr, Clwzitvvin, Bradalmw, Furrey, Davis Back-Rolwner, Manley, lvleiiefce, Spain, Pirtlc, Noble, Micltcs, Wliittlc, Adams, Colbert. Qlfeniv Glee Club 0 Miss Itlswiti-:it S.x'i'tii':ic ...,, .... I firm-lm' Miss l1Al'lll'Il-IL Iuvts ,...,.. ....., I tr-r-niiipriiiixl IIE M1cx's Gm-11-1 t'1,i'i: nuclei- tlu- sitpvi-visimi ul' Miss Sntlufr tt':u'c-lvll ful' will wich- during tlw yvzlr. I1'l'l3SlJll1'illf,f 1-mic-arts lwl'm'l- Assvtitlilivs, Hatti- quets, Club llivetitigs, I'miuiictiwtxtviiti, Hsu-1-atlziiit-will-. and nmiiy utlwt' platws of i1'11P0l'lil1ll't'. This is liy fu r the most vxtvitsivv prngt-mit cvvr :1t'te1uptcd liy it 'fentpe Gil-cl Ululi. Miss Szltliet' :tml lim' i-lull ilirsvi-w at grvail' ill-all ut' cfm-clit for the womlcrfttl will-lc they have dom: in pulliiig 'l'i11upv lm the limp. "Splendid work, Miss Szitliet-I" f,'OllCCl'lS wvrv givvn lwlhrc the l'ulImvii1g grmtps, iii :ulllitinii lu tlirva- Assembly progrztltts :tml utlwt' lm-all 4-0111-Mis: 'lletniw Rutztry Vinh. Mesa Rotary Vlub, BIUITIIEIIITS, 3121IllIfilC'Tlll'Ul'S. Mt-sat, All-'Nil lligli Sc-liuul, l'llUl'IliX R.ol'zt1'y Club, Hiraltus' Vluli, l'l1oenixg Kixvauiis Ulttli. l'lmv1iixg Lions Vluli, 1'1l0El1jX, and the l'I1Yt'lllllg1 nl' the Stzltttv :tl thc Stahl fiillliflll. The Mztlv Qmtt-let voiitpusvll ut' F. llcrltmii Ilmilsliziw, liinwooil Noblv, Earl -IQIIIIQS. amd Ira Pirtle ilescrvu lll0l'9 lllilll il passing glzttttft-' for lflllfil' L'UIIlll1Q1lt1Rlb1t' work. The-sv nwu ztppezm-tl in lll'0g1,'l'illllS :lt Gila tfollegtr. XVII- cox High Sclttml, Mvszt ,lliggli Svltool, Alumni 'liztliqttutp l'l10UlllX II.i1':.t1t'1s Chili, Gilbert XxrOI1l4:'ll'S f'lt1b, 'Fullesoti High Sc-hmil, 4XSSQIIllJli0S, Hoy SK'0I'Il'S Court of Hmtor, and others olf less i11ipu1't:t,t1ce-. ,JAHUAQO will 0' Y ""' f 'nf A"' . lfronl' -Sallwcr, Flannery, Wai'i'uii, Krcnlz, Dawson, Krause, AlGX5lI'lClC'I', Ioycu, jenkins, l-land, l-lunte, Davis Sccnnrl Row Dunn, Sinnln, I-lcnncy, Calhoun, Plwlllina, Clevengrfr, Starck, Swift. 'lliirrl Row liiracllorcl, Glaucoma, Cabbarcl, Brown, Lloyd, Wliceler, Hand, jones. Fonrllu Row' fflilger, lolinaon, Foncly. Cameron, larretl, Kieler, l-lnclson Hfomwzg' Glee Club 4 Miss ICs'1'111-na S.Vl'llliII! .,.,.. ...., I Iircrloi' Miss llUll4Vl'lIY l,ll'JIii'I'I ..........,..........,.......,,.,......,,. -lf-1-mllprrizisl lll'I Wcmi':x's lim-:I-: l'i.l'1:. llllillgflll a little lc-ss ac-Tivo than the Meuk Club, was 11c'vo1'lrlu-loss quita- busy fl1l'Ull,LfllUIlt the year and carried out an vxlvlnsiw- lll'0g.fl'2llll. With llw Iargvsl l'm'n0ut in years. Miss Satlwr was llrlu to turn out one ol' Thu lwsl 4-Iulns in the stale. 'PIN' vluln mach' iIlllJP2ll'2llN'l'N at tnlw following places: Mvsa Iligll Scllnnl Assvllllmly liialln 'l'lu-alrf' A STV Assvllllilius XVUIIIUIIQN Vlnlr of Pllovnix 1'gI'02llif'2lSl'N over KUY, 1'hnvnix Thi' xvUllll'll'N Quarlvl. vmnpnsufl ol' Adalyulvv Hiblwn. Elizabetll Hud- son, Gail llaml and Juanita Ylwlluer. made several appearallces over The slain? as follows: ASTI' iXSSl4ll1lllit'H Alumni Hanqiwi Mesa High School Tempe Christian f'llll1'f'll Tempe Methodist Churc-li lr Women? Chorzzses 0 . .l .1 O :LSL - mfmim. uf!! Iv ,I lx. .. LY! A9 51 . 5 4 . .' E-...: -. - . b- , 'Z ,R A ' '. 5 L 1 g,-' 0 5 v G0 ' 4 ,, , K '1 , - . ,. , , if ' P11 4' ff -f-,V n s" I P A ir y vs 04, ' C ,..,.. E I I I ff., ' T " V h vb fe? A 1 ' LIL' ' Q QA S! ' A Li, V " ' ' ag U , E 1 J- gf L3 .g,:-:gvw -- ' , -' f- -.18-'LN-.. nf: , - -Q .1 ' Fifi. y- -v x .v V 415.23 'iw Al AQOMWEIA. 31 nm QWINM :,, ' vi ,ff I X. I I If .T ' Qmah' H A Y tw A s-eff I X ,n ' 4 flA,'1AllAILl'rj-'1':' :QNX W I . Q M". ' Q., .f V - '- ,FQ N 2 V 9' ' A, " A I f w,,QLw QSM? fyUAh,4mBfw a. L" -I. . HT ' 'l NQA I4 A k . V . , . ,. , Qa- in ', Z QM ax - p 'W 'ma zr, ," V ' . 'PTY-ghd'-Za-, ,J - , -':,,g,'Ey 4. ,F4 ,v It I xl 8 MQ Q' , JAHUADO 0 .653 Romeos W lxevg Av't 'Thong .-,-' " , 7 , 2 . iv .. 4 n 1,1 1 Q N 14, .P ,. ig , 1 ' ,J IJ 5 f, 1' ' 1 - HZ Y'-:il . ' LT A!-, . , U ' ' .- , Qi 3 rf.. 0 , c 0'l'v"YOu - Irish ' f Ddfbq 1, if ,gl I. .,'. .., 5,11 V - rf ,M .431-"1,ii'Yf4. -1 lf!,3ff- kb' I L, ,,' :aw Pl Y ' ' X r ,K , N 4 I' f . 9 3. I' ,533 , 1 . ,.-.f.1 1' H . '4 4, - 3: 1 . Q15 8 -1- 32 all A ' xx N if , I ,J,.'t, .. Gnjqlos. in I . 1 Q vo-"':.:- -. . ,' 'Sp' -' ' 1 . 1 . . . 1' ' .ti ,fi ' " "37 9f5 L 1 :PE ,WHL mn. ADYICN'l'I'Rl'I 'l'lm niyllf is .wfill fix sfnm' ll'l1ul lI'flI!lfl'I' nf ifx vu-rf' ,lfurfw Hn' lm! soul. u lmw l'mfqlli.wffl4Im'? lx flwrr' 11- l"mmi of Ymfilz, An IQIIIUVIIIIU Tllr'1'r'? U'lml Illlljj il finfl, Il'fllIf frnfh In hullrmr air? Yvf from 111-ix lI'IISf1' il run Bring bflvk ifs gnlrlwn- llnrllfwv f"IIlIH'l'!", ifx !'llI'lIl'IIll Of .vfurry u-ur1l.w. -4il':0I:1:I-1 Wn,l.r.u1 Rrsss-:1,l.. w P x N f I I ADIANQHL DEDICATIONV S-To the l93l Bulldog Football Team, Champions ot the Border Conference, this athletic section is sincerelv dedicated with the best wishes from every member ot the Student Body to Ted Shipkey and his hard-fighting team. May they win even greater honors next year? 2 A MNH . tal ll ei .1 Brick'---Sl1inl4ey lCoachl, Barnes lCoachI, Smith, Cole, Griffin, Blout, Cislaghi, Furrey, C. I-lazmalhalch, B. Hnzrnalhalch, Baxter, Sleverson, White fhflanagerl Front -Adams, lvlclllovvell, Sexton, lvlulfley, Traversi, I-lardesty, E IvlcCullar, C. IVlcCiilIar, Smitlwmn tCapt I, W Smith, Calicoat, Dick, Schmuler yoofbzzll Y I' is iwctlli--xx to do inure tlmn 1'epeat', 15131 Howler Ilitew-ollegizite Pham- piuns, :intl give- tht- VPGISOIIS whv' 'l'i-nipv ..,.c .,,.,c, I iii Tltllllllf ........ ....... I 3 'I'f-mpc' ..,..... ..... 2 5 'llI'lIIlN' ..... .... 2 II 'I't-lnpc '... ..... ....... 1 S I 'I'enipv ...., ..., T 'I'i1n1pe ..... .... I I 'I'i-niiw .,... .,,,,,, I 3 5210211011 VIIHVIIZIIIS ....... ..,. I I Texas Mines ..,....,..,.,.,..... 27 New Mexir-0 Aggies ,......, ti It' I at f.fNll2l II' ................ .,,, t I U. of A1-Izumi ...... ..,, T Fresno S121 te ......., .... l I F I zu gstu fl' ,.......i....... ....... I 3 Arizona AI I -S't:irs,, T fi f? ,lm nm HWBRAIAO I ll , 1 .U ' Y ftvx . HORACE SNHTHERAN FuHback "Smitfie" 4 ELLIS SCHULER Guard "Park" 9 4100 -- .JSA CUIDO 1 xx ,M - Xjiygsgbfsgiikq ' D ! q cirsmczr-In ,, . , ml W s. S ,' A' ' ? Third Bae I ,. , .,.. "Creek" 0 gil, CLARENCE 1oHNsoN Discus "Chuck" U 4 J' Emu .165 ON ""Nou1l1u'c.v1r:rn Idmljf lhal. is ilu: l'Clf0l'lil this ,year for Wilburn Dick, known l'N'l'i'f"l' as Skipper. fDurin,Q 1028 Skip was the 4-apfain of thu Varsity squad and he brouglit' all Tho light and vigor ol' his past gridiron :lays barrk to thv team this year. 'l'l1vrv is no use look- ing for a be-l'1'0r end in li0l'1l1A'l' l'o1il'c-1'e-:wo football: one can't be found! OO "Stud" Allfillllhll' is the gent who fonglit vlbow to elbow with Skipper, and with disastrous vllec-ts to vud-run plays of fl0llf0l'l'llC6 li6ill1lS. Cecil has hold down The Tackle post for nigh on to four years now and is doing a better job each succeeding year. More power! - . Q 9 - li' was a Iii0l'lillH-lllif? mow wlwn Shipkey put liuido at a guard position after working for rho pasta lwo years al a hall'-back bertli. Greek Cislaghi wont ggrvat' guns on the line and his vacancy is going io be ouv ol' the many 1'eg1'c-ts of '1'ed's. OO Reid Calicoal, the "Cu1lc:yiufr: Colossus" is the gent who held down the ball af center for the Bulldogs this year. A transfer from the I-'hoeuix Junior College, Callie more than lived up to advance notices by his steady and spectacular work on the line. And he has another year to snap 'em back! JMU D "All" BlCClllllll', soplioinore, lield down the job of qllarlerbaffk and according lo all reports l!1'Oll1 head- quarters he did a sweet job. It's a man-sized job to liaunlle il gang ol' foofball players when they are in the heal ol' baffle, but Earl ran the team in very splendid fasliion, as the niany victories prove. 09 "17l'llllBlJlK7lit'1", Sexton is Olle of the four Frosli allowed Tenipe by a rnle of the Border U01ll'E'l,'EllQ'f3, a11d the lad niade the regulars of The Varsity hop to get the call over llllll at end. Wfith three more years of end under an All-American End's coaching, wl1af'll he do? -R e 1 . . Q 9. Fri-ed Mellowell, the living synonym of the worm, relialiiliiy. This makes the third year that Mae has labored n1ig.5l11,ily at the job of tackle and lie has easily proven that no other Bulldog has lille call over him fol flue loaslc. Another year l'6lll2l,l.llS for Mighty Mae, I l we look for him To go even better next season. 5 I Anoifller man to lllillitl illl H,-l.lI-Sflllfllll,7CSff'I'1lf"' posfg 'lllllfj' Griffin at guard! He's not very big up 211141 down hui lie is a nlan of might across! Paul is ll regular ll2ll'l'0l'lllg' Rain when he goes into the opposing line, and the men of the Conference who stop llllll are few and l'a.r between. He is only a SOpll0ll'10l"Q, so we can expert' io have Mr. GrilTen's lad making a Strong bid for :1 guard post for the coming two years. l 10 ii di nm l l l n e l 'Qtll-Soutlzllfcxtrfrlzf' Ilillliiihltfli lllltii lll0llii0ll ot' All A-Xlll0l'lCEl,ll 1'e-cogllitioll, ill addition tio t'2l,1ii'illllillQ thc 1930 Val-sit'y, Norris Si0YOI'S0ll rim-hly lleserves any Zllll all praise that he lll2l.V receive from 2l,ll'Y S0lll't'P. Ile is the l-level-4-st and Ulf-'2lllBSi' lll2l'Vt'l' th:lt lvl-'Ni'l1l'll t'oot'hall has seen ill j'4"2ll'N and it' is with reall l't',Qjl't'i' tllzltl tht Nilltlt'lli'S ot' 'Fenlpe take leave ot' Steve this .Yt'2ll'. O 0 l .liggs 'l'l-a.l,vel'si, the S2lt1l'illllt'lli'U i"1't"t'-Sllillitill' who has il llllllllllll' of trivks np his sleeve when it comes to work- ing the llzllt' position opposite SiPV0l'S0ll. 'lVith il style alll his own. Jzlllles takes the hall for lllilllj' al, nic-e l'itlP, und he is Zllltjfilkl' lllilll whose loss we regret. e oo i t1ll2ll'l'6t'iff'. 9 O l l 1i'Z,llldS0lll8 llnrdexty, ol' the pl-ide and tlowel' of lflllckeyeg also the pride and flower of Telnpe when it 9011108 to playing that end position as it Should be played. Landon is bGCO11ll11g more adept every yetll' alt: that end hole, and by the tiinle he is at senior we Silfllllti see some big-tinle end work. Lots of luck! "tlhil" ilV0ZlllilillilltjlI, twin to lloh, for is this onm l3oh?l tfillllti ovel' i.l'UIll Fllllt'l'i0ll J. tl. to plny hllll with his zllrezuly l'tlll1UIlN lJl'0illL'l' Iloll, and he hats lll0I'l4 than lived up to the t"nlnily I't'llllt'2lil0ll iitll' Si'l'illl :ind tootihzlll lll'2llllS. It's too had these boys W9l'0ll'ii triplets, ol' l JAILUADO 'B tit-nlal lioh Adams, 1'Ui.lll'lllllQ' to .lenipe alter an se the tackle joh, and while the t'XIl61'ltfllt5t4 of the veterans 'e them the Ill'l'iit'l'l'llt'k' over llllll, he was 'tin there" ulth a n'o1-ld ol' light at every tllJll0l'il'll!lfj'. llis is the I line Bulldog spirit and our congrats go ont' to Adains lor l1is good wol-lc this year. gn 'l'l1e.1' j,.Il'tlW 'ein lnigr over at Plnoenix J. 17.3 here we h we t allvoat. s little playuiate. Willard hnnth. who also ty he gets dolled up in his i'00i'l,l2lll togs, so when 'lfed is nsin ' at out , . , . , , . l l l nm- ol' St'Vt'l'2ll years, made a very strong hid l'o1- 69 Ellis St'lllllt'l' takes a great' delight ill these positions, t'o1' hesides living illl All-SOllfllWt'Si'Hl'll i11 lizislcethall, he is also one ol' the foul' PQQIIIHI' guard guard guards tlll the football team. Liinher as a 1'llllll91'-Illilll, and as agile as a goat, it is a rare treat to watieli Park 1-avorti 011 the field 01' t'Ull1'l'. Ile finishes his Tenipe t'2l1'tSl'l' this season. - - v o 1 l s ceiiter with ,ll-eid. lloe is quite a sizeable lad when gg lwid at eenter he usually finds a plat-e for Doe 1 ol' the laelcles. A year to go iitll' NVilla1'd! 00 filllllltllllb li'111'1-ey, one of the i'i'lglli'lllgl?Sif7, little nien that: have ever graced the g1'eenswa1'd of Irish Field, had a big battle on his hands when he tried for the guard position, hnti he made the grade with honors. llark hack to the predictioii made in the 1931 edition ol' the Salniaro, and then look ahead to the next two years: the kid will be right "in there", and 110 foolinl l Be1'l'l211'd Mnffley, playing his first 1'4:'2Ll,' of football, Dllll up such il d8t61'1l'llI1Gd light for :1 position that fight alone would merit him 11 place 011 the squad. He was lacking ill the tecl111iq11e of football fllllll2llll0lliEllN but there was no lllilll out for football who worked ll2lI'll9l' and longer than did BCl'Ilil1'd, and our edil'o1'i:1l Cfllilllltilll is off to this n1z111 who proved that his spirit is every- thing that is expected of 21 fl'll6 Bulldog. Bob Smith ended his collegiate career at Tenlpe by playing end for the Sl1ipkey1'ne11g in every game showing the Villl that has made Bob one of Ten1pe's on tsliz111di11g athletes. It will take El good 1112111 to fill his shoes. 4 6 . .J Curly Blout is t11e most energetic fellow we have ever seen at the q11z11fte1'b11ck stand, bm' none. N o matter how dead the gang was NVil8ll l1e l3l1t61'GCl the ganie, he soon had them as full of pep and gillegkll' as l1e wus. 99 Le11,1111n1n Pinlteiion Cole, or Bennie for short, is the shortest 1115111 011 the squad, is left-hzinded, and still plays 21 very sz1tisfz1cto1'y game at half. He is 21 lllighty sweet fox-trotting back, and with good intel-ference l1e nigh impossible to stop. This is t11e last year for Pinkie. ii -rn T1 Fl .UMW The 'flloosier 1:Ia1l1'H, :md at nxighty fine one, too, as well the boys 'I'rom l5'lz1gs1':1fl' can testify. Bill Baxtel is the funnily llillllll, was going like a fire-truck to a l'l11'ee-nla11'111 iire, when he was declared ineligible and 'Pempe was deprived of his services for the rest of the YVPZIIZ We hope to see Bill reilislzlterl for next season, :mal going like an house afire. K I 'N W1 , 1 ' L 119 , 1 ,N 1 14 F , My Y rw. I 1 lg 'Uv J ! ' 1 ' il ,. f 4 I I P-:5.1sp 1'.' . x. 94495 5 aft" A rg, 1 . 4 A .gg 1.-Sri: Af , f 1 oo it MN: I 1- 0 - 1 " 4 Here, boys and girls, We have the manager' of this gang, Luke lVl1ite from out VVickenburg the second successive year that Luke has the lluinient and waitei'-buckets, and his oi' football iinunees was more tllan soun VVay. Tl1is is labored among 21ClI1'1l11iSU'2llfl01l cl. s oo .. 1 , ' fe, ,4 W O11 the right we see the other half of the duet-act .5 ,'e"' A, stamged by the l'Iez11m,ll1z1lel1 lll'OtllC1'S, this one being Bob, ' fp , . . . ' ' 4, rg 1 1- '1 pony glll'l,1'tl, and :1 dlnger, too. He is El match lor any . ' 1 lines111z1.11 in the f,llJllf6f1'CllC4? and it 110 Jed that he will 1 ' 1 -135' .? D ' . he ban-lc next' year "to flfflftklltl the fzune oi Tempe's , 1.5, ,gl .V,i , 1 . . 2 12541, ,11f.1"fH l1?Ul1C.,' .Q '- 1 -. fab --,r ' ' ,571 fm K. '- r f4f""' f q , , gli 3 A f' M. "fff?25ifJ J T ' ef gf f 1-'. h ,+.:',1'Pr il oo ' 1' 1 sni- ' The best has been saved until the last! Ted Shipkey, .1N-Ll'72'lC'7"iCCL1l' End from Stanford in 1926 g the 1112111 who pl-odneecl the 1.931 el1:11npio11s of the Border Intercol- elmlnpioiisliip 10211118 never cease!! T 1 L legiaie C0llf8l'6llCQ, and who has done as much or more, tlmn anyone else, to put Tempe on the More power to you, Ted, and may your athletic map. 1J1'0dlIC'El0l1 of Cl and Back-Blout lMgr,l, McCarty lCoachl, Swingle, Padovari, Matthews, Clark, Fireman, Walker, Tuckey, l-lackleman, Boyle, Freeman, lory, Stull, Goddard lCoachl. Front-Lusher, Best, Morris, Mills, Frye, Saba, Grout, Duvall, Willard lCoaCl'il. Freshman Football 4 liMI'E'S first All-If'1'osh football squad inside ei so-so season of Their Sched ule by successfully faking the noble redmen in three lmitles, but failing, to function agziinsi' their white foenien. Runt Goddard did ai line job of eoaeliing this gang, and night uflier nigh the Frosh gave the Vaiifsiry all they could take and inside lhem like ii.. Watch these boys next season, when they begin iio iight' for Van-siiy bel-libs! llerl is their season in deiaiil: Frosh. .'.... .... . 92 Frosh .....,.,. ..... 2 ll Frosh ......... ..... 0 Frosh ,....... ..... 1 2 Frosh ........... .....,.. 2 0 Total ............ 144 Noi. bad, huh, for the Ii Casa Blanca Indians ..,...... Phoenix Indian School .,,..... U. of A1'lZfJl'l214 Fl'0Hl1 ...l....,,. Flagstaff Frosli ..............,.... , 1 'X n li n. T ....... . Phoenx lndiin Qchool your ol' eonipi-iiiimi for thi 1 .. 0 0 ld 13 6 32 you ngsi ers 1' JAUUADO HJR Faskefbaff Cl . '.x.' . f -. A 7 4 4"-'Q ,L . '. '-I fm' f' 'v3:1," '.-V. . ','- rar. 'Q s4".g ri. ,. . . . ' .,. .' ' J , 1 ' ' X' rx ,-5 -. s,V l .- wan- -f-2. . . 1 , FM ,ff 1 f 455. .-:a 1. . 1, , . 3-ah: Q "ff -slim,-. . 11.. - I . . . .l- ,.,.Vrr ,, A , . . ,, H, 513' L . fl-4 ,'.-.g-- , 13. .- ll . -, ' ,x lr L14 ,1 ,A V, ,V -I ,A,- - , .T l. " -f 1 ,- ,-u-31-tfafir .sfjrgfep 1' -l ' 1 e. h -1- Q e ' ' .. 'T' T " W2-i' A ?g"Y,?.!7E" -5277? 'ffl if Bill", i' Ui- Y we LJ 'i M ' -. f' ' ' Y' ' Q. Y' ., v' - Y' A - at I - rr'-ll Y :Um V '-mb' Y HM wfqilgl li'-Vlv ' 'U ' hi '14 5 l. ' 1 ' X154 'TE "E 'I' . --rg 'IE TE E l - Q- 1' 1 4 L , ' .y " ' r , i ' cp-1 3 -.-N . . , V . V . A V, rj HM., .. Q. H E61 IEQAQXQQ V . . . A ,X 1 W, V, .4-4, .ai p " . 'I , 't -A -, I-M. K. V .Aff .Wt H .t we-I, -' vu - ' Ar. 'I x -. . we- A fn, ' fs' - 'Q r , faux lsr- ' 2- 1 r 'P i ' , : -"1 L' " ,Hp "'f'-+'. r , '," 'A, H---. -V fr 1 A 11' f-- -. . A. ' -' .- we 'fruit 'A W1 " ' ' .T 19" . ' we 'fe-+121 1-i1' '--"fri f- 'mmf3:?f?.E.4+- -r e'-if , -lifes 'efrffw ff T '- ""i nj . , :DAQ QL, , yy- 3, -, 47 . "- if mu. f'fLa'.-"1f'.1!L'F?-' .': ':P'-"fire"-L -up A .1-,'-, -'-V 1 f' '. Shipkey lCoachl, Sieverson, Carver, Powell, Traversi, Smith, Calicoat, Crabtree, Tuckey, Schuler lCapt.l, McCuIIar, Lillico, Moses, Duffiu llvlanagerl Basketball ITH the same squad that last year won The mytiliieal Southwestern title, plus the addiiion of several good men, the Bulldog baskefeers failed to function as il liedlll, and ended the seasoxfs playing with middle 1'il.llkl1lg in The newly ll1llIlgfll1'2,l'Qd Border Co11fe1'e11ee. Following are the re- sults of the games: Tempe ,.,,,,. ....... I Dixie College ,..... ,,...,. 3 G Tempe ,4,.,44 ,.,..,, l lixie College ....,. 48 Tempe ,,,,.,. ,,,,... I el. of Arizona ...... 35 Tempe ,,.,,.4 ,.,,,,, I I. of Arizonzl ...... 50 Tempe ....,.. Tempe .,..... Tempe ...,... Tempe ....... Tempe ....... Tempe ....... Tempe ....... Tempe ....... Flagstaff ....... Flagstaff ....... All-Stars ............ U. of A1'lZOIl2l ...... U. of Arizona ...... Flagstaff ....... Flagstaff ............... 213 32 43 51 36 ...ml '24 U. of New Mexico ..,......... 1:0 Tempe ,.,,,,, ,,..,.. U . of NOW Mexico .........,.. 31 T91111763 .,,,,., ,,,,,., f lrllil C'0ll8gQ ........ 47 Tempe ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, C Hula College ...... 33 Tempe 4,,,,,. ,,,,,,, T exus Mines ....,......... .,.. i 45 Tempe ...,... Tempe ....... New Mexico Aggies ......., New Mexico Aggies ........ 33 26 JAllUAllO Slandingi McCarty lTrainerl, Freeman llvlanagerl, Armstrong, Clark, Pace, Millet, Swirigle, Stull Anderson lCoacl1l. A Kneeling: Roe, Cooper, Sullivan Sawyer, jory, Sisk llvlanagerl. jreshmczn Basketball 0 ED by "Hawk-eye" Cronkite, who scored a more 82 points, The Frobh went through a fairly successful season, winning ten out of sixteen gullies played, in addition to winning a number of games from teams in the .l'hoenix Coinlnercial League. F1'0Sll ........ .... 4 1 Frosh ........ ..... 4 3 Frosh ........ ..... el 0 Frosh ........ .... 2 7 Frosh ........ .... 2 0 Frosh ........ ..... 1 S Frosh ....,.... .... S0 Frosh ,.,.,... ,.... 2 0 Frosh ......... .... 2 8 Frosh .,,,,,,,, ,,,, 2 9 Frosh ......... .... 2 9 Frosh ........ ..... 2 9 Frosh .,,,.... ..,.. 3 0 Frosh ......... .... 1 9 SUM MARY Gilbert Inflependelits .... Mesa Indepedents ..,...,.... ...,., Brophy Alumni ............ U. of Arizona Frosh ....... ...... U. of Arizona Frosh .......... .,.,.. Phoenix Junior College Gilbert I-11 gh ........................ Phoenix Indian School ....... ...... U. of Arizona Frosh ,,..,,..,. ,,.,.. U. oil? Arizona Frosh ..,.... ...... Brophy High School ....... Flagsfafi? Frosh ............ Flagstaff Frosh ............... ..,... Glendale High School ...... ...... 33 33 17 18 30 27 9 23 29 18 19 27 20 27 ii ii tim W H Il I ll , 1 A 0 f Uwygfs "g 1 3 ,, " ' , -, 'fu l 5 i ' , ah Ol' Eagle-eye himself. the tree-shaker from up Surrn- H ' df ' WV" mento, who can really hit that' there hzisket when the or- .MZUM casiou demands. All cracks to the t'0lifl'2ll'y, however, we QTKFL gotta hand it to Jiggs, Mr. Traversi's fzlvorite son, who IS pictured to the left, as at forward ot' Arizona Stntffs Varsity t'ilSilli2l squad. 'No more hull for .lnmes at 'l'empe: " V ' so long. 'l'1'uvie1-so! . -R .M v A 3 ' Q oo I-'MQQ ,Q . ,. -dqmlvl I M The Elongated Eel. none other than Don Smith, transfer from the J. lf. zlti Phoenix, and El t1Zll'll good guard for the Tempe basket. These llifCillll'S :ire deceivin'g get XVilhu-d outside Hutt frame he's in :ind we have on A' ' our hands quite 21 sizeable rhap. He'll he hawk next your t'o pliiy hzlskethall for Mr. Shipkey. --f--- oo A ' , 1 ' I L - ef Another I,1'lllll4-IDICICUI' from the S2lCl'2lIIlBlliU tlzlts. Toni E -gb!-Q5 1 Lillico, Qll2l.1'ti and husiness-xnziu. After living with -liggs A E' " N -and Schiller for two years, Tom tf0lIitill'iQ help imhihing Www some of their lia,slcet'Ii:1ll ability, so it' was no surprise to I-ATE . the gentry of Tempe to see Tom-Tom annex the tirst' cull for the ,QlI2ll'fi,S jolt. Thomas has zlppi-oxiin:1t'eiy two years 3--we he wg... more To play lmsketlmll for the glory of OI' Texnpe and A t ,fe here's wishing him an Hoc,-k ot' lmuslu-t's next year, laundry ,gs 1. :ind otherwise. x:,,- -yan .....'E:- - iw,-'7 - fic: 5 ATM -41, f.-, , . ,, W . M11 , . .1 A. . oo ' ' W i'5 'f'm s 4 T Meryl Flll'1'9yi The lnirdest' working nmn ont' for any Yzli-sity squad, and il whale of El prospect' l'or his remain ing: two years at Tempe. Flulh-t'l1uh has shown more l'll'0:.fl't'SS during his Two years here and we :ire prophesyin' :ig'in: "W:it'al1 him!" tlo with sonic' tvam-work t'i-ont tlw rest' otf thv gang. The 4-lianc-vs hu got tllis ,Vl'ill' wort- nom' too welll snppo1't'wl. JAUUADLO 'il Kilclve- tial-vc-r warnn-cl inorv bonclws this yvar than any two nn-n on the Varsity squad. but only lwf'ause there wort- so many i'Ul'XV2ll'tiS who 1-atvtl as experts par excel- lvim-. Miko. tllllnlrefl Myron, playa-cl part of nc-'ai-ly every ganna- and ggavt- a tlarn good account ot' himself each time. 'I'wt-4-t was tlw lit'v ot' t'l'l'l'j' trip. and his infmwtnons lm mont- tlitl as num-It to strt-iigtlwn tht- tnoralv of thc- squad as any otlwr ont' thing clial. t'vi1tt-1' was playvtl by Glenn f'l'2lilfI'l'P. V9i'l'l'il1l of sev- vral years' tloorsplay under the Maroon and Gold. Crab was a tlgliting player, seeiningly tireless, and the time work that: hc did Oll the floor lielpvtl pull the gang.: through tlw tough spots 11101-me than once. NVQ are siiicvrely sorry to losu Glenng lite will bc hard to 1-eplacv. ttlvnn Mosos. sc-cond-call forward, is as sweet a t'o1'4 warcl as 4-vm' clonnvd tlw shorts for Ttillllll' and the whole Stmlc-nt Body would haw lilcctl to sm-0 what Moses could work ol' Most' in tlw past has boon okay and the few Stvvv. l'o1'wa1'1l. The narrow COIIHIIPS of the basket- ball court svvni to il2llllIll'l' the dashing style of play that Nor:-is typitivs on the j.f1'lflll'0ll, but his play on the C0llI'f also borders on the sperft'acula1-, although the lack of con- sistm-ncy kept Sil'Y9l'SUll on the bench most of the time. Stow is a St-nior this year. so this lll2l1'kS his last athletic apln-al-atlcv for TPIIIIIOQ yotfvu bot-n at mighty clvan, hai-fl play:-ig Stuvvg :now powvr to yon! 7 fi A HE- nlmlme -10 "All lILQllllill', QQC0l1fl-Qtlillg 1011111111 foi 18 X111 siix squad, saw plentx of fiction ere the season was linished and l1e 15 one of the vets '1l'01lllfl w11ir'l1 Ted will have to 11111111 111s Sqn 1d next year. 12-11-1 came np froin 1'l1e Bull- 71115 of last Near and this 11-11, oi seasoning will l1'1IIlC0 111111 a 1111111 lllrlll fo heat l1K'Xl' 1Vl11f01. SE1C1'i1lI1QIlf0 agai11 sends a iirsi'-class 1l2lSlC9l'1l21ll 1112111 to Tempe: Bud Powell, forward, known fo 11l1e 1101118-t0Wll folks as Foster. Teained up with Jiggs, l1e sunk inany a basket to swell the Tempe scores, and we are plenfy sorry to be minus 11is services i11 the eoining Cillllllillgll. It's gonna be a tough one, and we will need plenty of men like Powell! mf- l- Vernon Tuckey, ineligible until the second semester, clearly ClG1Il0llSl'1'ill'6f1 lo- all d0ll111If?l'S 1211211 l1e was qnaliiied to play the forward 110Sll'lU1'1 against any kind of Ctlllllllilil- lion. He was there .in The 1l1lll'l10S, Zlllfl he delivered the goods every l'l111C'. Tuck, the pride of GlQ11dl1lQlS lire-squad, has two more seasons ol? Varsity l1askel'11:1ll here, same fact' causing l1l?ll1j' rejoic-ings flllllillg ll1e Valley fans. Height alone would XYl1l a place o11 most teains for Callie, for those six and one-half feet stick np in the air a long way, and it is a tall pass that goes over him. Reid, Calieoat's the name, saved niany goals from being el1arged against the Teinpe Team, and o11 behalf of the Student Body we dolf the e1li'rorial l'll2llll"21ll in 2111l1I'PCl1lll01l ol' l1is good work during the pasi' season. .LH JAUUAILO .JN Fzzseiazff Tram? .,,,u I Jian...-x.. Standing-Gray lTrainerl, Buehman, Olsen, Hardesty, Tuckey, Lillico, Gorman, Dick, Traversi, Sellah KC,oachl. Kneeling-Padovan, Dyer, Cole, Caplinger, Cislaghi lCzspt'ainl, Cooper, Scholar. fayeball 4 LAYING line baseball under the guidance of Joe Sellah, couch, 1110 19232 Bulldog Varsity baseball squad lost il lot of 2311168 by breaks that seemed to come at the wrong tillle. The season was still in progress at the time of going to press so the following results are not the Total of gznnes played, there still being a tllree-day series with Morenei and Miami. Tempe ...... .. 4 llhoenix All-Stairs ,...,.. . 7 ' Tempe ....... .... Q ll Phoenix All-Stars, ...,.. . 3 Tempe ...l.. ., fi Phoenix Senators ,,..... . 7 Tempe ,...,, .. 5 U. of Arizona .,.,,... . 7 Tempe ...... .. ii IT. of Arizona ........... .... 7 Tempe ..,.... . 6 Phoenix Senallors ....... .... Q ll Tempe ....l. .. 5 U. of Arizona, ..,....... . 7 Tempe ...... 3 U. of Arizona ..... . 1 LINE-UP Catcher-Lillieog IJ'ifl?lLl'I'-V-lJl4'k, CZl.1lllllgCl', Tnekey, Ilarmlesiyg If'i1wf- Gorman, Cruz: SCCUHII-SClllIlQ1'1 Thi-rd-Hinfon, Uislnghi: Slmeri.vfop-'I'ra- versig Outfield-Cole, l1'nrrey, fl'ud,ovan, Ulseng Utilify-Cooper, Bnehxnan Dyer 5 llfcmagcr-Bill Horan 5 and il fine one! Q 352. JAHU D -..f- , -ui, ' ...Q t ' .1 '. H. '. Standing--Owens tlvlanagerl, Paddock, Duvall, Freeman, Clark, Dindinger, Garrett, O'Brien, Lasher, Laird, Holt, Stull, Regus tCoachl. Kneeling- -Goodwin, Ortega, Curry, Sawyer, Shawn, Gamer, Mcbleely, Manley, Ryan, ' reslzman Baseball XIJISH the tutelage of Nick Regus. former catcher for St. Mary's, the Frosh had the best' first, year squad that Tempe has ever been blessed witlt. Playing fine ball, the lzlllllllllw took every team into camp with the exception ofthe Varsity, although Spring football took its toll of players and caused them to lose the last game ol? the season. SIJMMARY Frosh ....., .. 5 Mesa High School .,,,., . 1 Frosh ....., .... 4 Tempe Tovvu Team ,....., .... 2 Frosh ..,.., .... S l Tempe High School ..... 9 Frosh ...,.. . 5 Tempe Town Team ....... 2 Frosll ...... . 'I Varsity ......,.................... ti Frosh ...,.. 2 ,Phoenix High School .,.... 2 Froslt ...,.. .13 Phoenix High School ..,,.. 7 Frosh ...... .... 0 Brophy .................,,,.,...... 7 Several games were on schedule after time of going, to press, so this summary is naturally an incomplete record ol' the time games that the F1'0Sll played all year long. Nick had more pepper in this gang than we have ever seen in a ball club before. L- 51 nm - All ,.l..n W i . - 4, . i i Standing: Shiplcey lCoachJ, Martinez, LaRue McCuIIar, johnson lCap1'ainl, Calicoat, lvlclinen, Merrill, l-lezmallialclw, Frick Clvlanagerl. Kneeling: Barefoot, McComb, Willard, jones, liminez, Stamps. Varsity Track 4 NFORTUNATELY the 1932 Snnuxno goes to press before the date of either the Greenway Meet or the Border Conference Meet, but ill spite of the fact that there is no more than pre-meet dope lo go on it 'is safe to say that Tempe will be well represexlted :nnong the first'plaee winners of both meets. Several of these men are clearly the 111081 UlltSi2llIdll1g lDGl'l'01'lll91'S in the State in their respective events, and most of them are conceded more tlmn an even chance to cop at record at Tucson. Arizona colleges have always been noted for the zxpnitlielic manner in which track and iield sports have been indulged in and supported by the students, and it is very gratifying to the followers of the sport in Arizona to see the illiI,'l1gllI'2'lfi0I1 ol? the ommnl Border f"onferenee Meet, held this year at Tucson. The editorial stuff takes this occasion to wish the men the best: of luck in their coming meets, and may they "bring home the bacon V' JXl1UADQff' 'J ge? ,Gu E XJ Slwipkey lCoacl1l, Frye, Sexloo, Sisk Losher, Swingle, Dobson, Pace, I-lackleman, Colbert, Harelson, l-lill, Moore, Morris, Walls Mssisrant Coaclwl, Frick llvlanagerl. K' reylzmcm Track 9 fl' 'l'll.l-I time ol' going fo press The QF1-osh had taken pnrii in two meets: the lirsl: with Mesa, High. whom they look into camp ru,'rl1er handily, and the second an fldilllgjlllill' afliuir with Phoenix High and Phoenix Colored High School, in which lneet the Frosh grabbed second place. In both these Ill6CliS Sexton did excepiionully fine work in the 440, both limes running the rlisimice in time flint broke the present collegiafe State 1'eco1'd. Morris, Moore. Lnsher, Swingggle, and others were also turning in line Il0l'f0l'Ill2lllCl5S, and according to every indication we should have a well- rounded and balzllleed Varsity squad next year. The Frosh are entered in the Greelxway. The Border Conference Meel. and El dual meet' with the U. of Arizona Frosh at Tucson, all these meets to be held lute in April and early in May. O -T. Throiving the shot and tliseus is no ellorl for long tizilicoutg it's merely at good streteli and ai rc-lense. As the 1932 hook goes to press before the l'ont'erenf-e Met-I we ean't give the DQI'f0l'IIl2lIIC6S ot' any of the boys. hut we are putting some of our ll2ll'Kl-t'2ll'llPli 4-:ish on Reicl to cop points in hoth the weiglit events. Wzurln Iwi with us? XVe thought not! Cowboy Meliuen has haul so lllllCll conluet with the hzuulle of u pitchfork that he just ll2ll'lll'2llly anssunies this pose when he comes in Contact with a juveling but, me, oh my! how he can pitch lihat wand when he vets clown to husiness. This is 1511221135 first year oi' Varsity competition and while we 2llll,lI lookin' for 2 ' 1 -eeortls this year. just wzut til next comes around. X A . M - ee - W fm: , H ' 'a-M Leonard LEIHNIIP, the hoy lroni the hot-spot of Ari- 4. zona: somewhere up the river near Needles. 'Phe hol- ' ' K ' ter it gets the faster he runs, so we :ire prsiyin' for 4.55 . plenty of heat by the time the two-mile race of the 1 Border Conference rolls around. Ile will get si elmnee I , Y EQ' y in the Greenway to do his Stull, so hen-e's Iuek. Luliue! 'o - W in . giifn 4 I he . , ,., :-'. L- .5 -I - V, iw! 'Q N Q-22594. I "4 ,4 ' , Hifi- -.- QQ ' 1 - 'ftnlfzaif-we t A M-. ,. ,5 , W l Stew hICC0ll1lJ has been quite il husy nnin during this track Season. what with jumping hurdles for Mr. X' A, ,img--3 Shipkey and passing out cigars to celebrate the arrival 4 ,,l 1 . . . - nw -: .f, ' -5 'ff-'Q- ' of il b0llI1ClI1g baby girl. f'0Ilgl'ilfS on your hue work in , 513 tgp - ,2'f:flIg1-in both events, Stewart, and may you have equally good , ,QQ . ' . ' . ' ' ' "J-gf:-1.4 luck III the comlng Greenway and Conference meets. vi 5 ,Bl , J Aim .' fi A ' L W 1 A A ll H . gafcff ic! '- 4? E C'u,Zi..A4 Ileuving the spear for his sem-oncl year of Yzlrsily volnlwliiion, linrl Bllfilliilll' looks like he xnighl' es- lzihlish I'nr1hei- c-lzliln to the naune ol' "All" hy copping the title ol' Boi-dei' 4'onfer1-nee 4-lminp in the javelin event. We wish him lots of distance in The coming meets. :incl no vi-ow-ln K ' 1" im'- .Mi -NTT? - . gr. .' , ,' ' ,,l.'-:',' - Q ' -'... ' mf. 1 4 f. .,-1. ' . .A U ix . E' My Q X 4 I ' ' ,- ir Y 4 I 'l i - 'ig.-.1 V Q " fi, l 'N ' . -, LPI. i A , 7- . Vgiyv N .h I, ,Lsf ' it . x 1 ju , , Ql4l'f.'IC1 ' , " f x ,mil ' fi .X 1 " A . u I f Lyn,-i 'F-l ii ,A ' Hi 5 1 1 gl, v A I Ll , I 1. , Xi 1 1 sh, 1 vdxpi 1' wi l, R ' M " 1 Un the righl we have i4'2liil0I"illllg'4"Ci Cm-los, The boy who vain run all clay and then hike io Mesa at nigghls. Seriously, Mr. -liniinez has about The hesi' elnlnee ol' any Tenipe athlete to sei :1 new Conference l'l'C0l'fi, :ind that in the Two-inile lrot. This IIl2ll'ilS the third year iilill' uriilfillll-1llllfl'U has flung dust in the eyes oi' his eonipetiiorsg le1"s halve more of if. ips Llere is home competition in the jziveliu: Mer- cier Willard, known far and wide :ls ".l'IoifIJog." He has been wzlfting the waml for several years now and he ought to be ripe for ai plzlee or liwo in this and the shot. Hcre's luck. fellow! 09 ' Boyd Merrill has an excellent chance to make a nznne for hiniself and to get live points for Tempe by winning the hallf-mile ali' 'Pueson this month. His sti-ide, siainina, and sprint' are things of marvel and we are predictin' that the num who beats Boyd will have to heat two minutes to do it. Look for the re- sults and see how far we missed it! ii :L UM - Leon Jones has been lloppin' over the low hur- dles and running a sweet lap in the mile relay for some three years now. and if the breaks go right we will see Leon gallop home to the wife with a medal in the sticks event. His work has always been the steady, dependable type, and it is this kind ot train- ing that will eventually produce the results that drag in the points. Here's how! Tilt' Martinez, holder ol' the State record for the high-sellool mile in the Border f'oni'erenee. Give heed to them there words, they are bound to be true be- vause this Martinez man just naturally d.oesn't know what it means to be defeated in the distance runs, and he has been running for quite some spell now. wi.. . if:-N , . . ' fig., ,V M 'q ef,-he , oo 1 L .jrfflff i, '-+55 i-iijifgfg - 4' 115 : Forrest Barefoot is the gent pictured to the left, 5, " Q shown just after running a strenuous two-mile race "2 T 6 5 against Jilninez, same being a hard work-out for any J ,lui man. Barefoot is a game guy! He has yet to quit in E a race, no matter what the odds nor how the race is ,fi , ' g jff going, l1e is right in there, linishing at the tape, where -L,-If f '. Y . - ' " V every true runner hnlshes. Good luck! -L-ll.,.,f,,-,N .:,,, Jig, ray.. 'Sf-r, if-TP' ,-..... -95 -15 it 'Dt it Just a line to commend Hank Frick for the mighty fine work that he has done this season: putting the hurdles to bed, trundling shots, discus and javelins about the greensward, and then retrieving them when the mighty Johnson has thrown them far, far away. The life of a. manager is a tough one, with little or no compensation of any kind, so llere's a little memento for you, Henry. ,an Arseoiegaz, lirninez lCoaChl, I-Iill, Barefoot, Revello, Martinez, Duffin, Sisk, james, Gilmore. Cross Country O- OACLI JIMINEZ labored manfully this .past Fall to develop a team of lll2l,I'?IflIOIll?l'S to represent the College in competition, and then found himself faced by the facli that no other College in the State had a. team. This is one of the IllUHfi gruelling of athletic events and it tests the en- durance of a man to the very limit. These men trained faithfully and long for the races they expected to run, and they deserve just as much praise for this work as they would get for winning 11108 after 112106. It is hoped that next year will see more of the Border Conference col- leges revive the sport of cross-country running, if for no other reason than that it serves as a marvelous conditioner for the distance and middle-distance runners during track season. Of this entire group only one man will be lost by graduation, so Tempe may look forxvard to a marathon team that will match strides with the lnest of Arizona's distance-gallopers. V 1 N 'AI x fi I . 5 f fm ' A x , f f W ' f ' f nf X ., l I nil Al Au XV s MA . Q 1 V I J L X ,. X , f fb 3 jf 1 f ' r iff! s 6X DfA Y ' f f , M K jk ,X E n if 1 I n " ' ' M YE D Y V A 5 oglay I 'c 12. All day 1 , . ' 71.1 l , 17 0-ry 0 A ou, a wm:-0 - f fmgh 'x ' wif , ac fl-av thc '14, p, nd s wed f sky wi W tiw J lr mls of nc, 1 f' , " ,mt Ju, 'ol 1, If th ,uhit Vu is of SPIIVI, ' zcl 1" me ' H' M 'with ffm i x, 'nofhing 1 'HL X 1 Q S 1' 1 buds 1 1, t t' old 1 s of wi ary, I 1 K- xf g , wi - ca ?1.C'll," f 0 , ,W u'i V wirflz. ' VJ . f f J Z ' Tgl ,y I pluyyf' rifh flume frk nrvrnm' ' Jw' as on GMI In f 11,1 1, thv ., nmmr skins H 'X lay. 1 ' 1 rofzn' 'wi : llf tmrgv .-:hi ring . Q I , 19 " fha lon as U' ifyfi s vvre fire old, , ul ze has bam wry , a muff ,r Zona, A 1, ' fren-t bei R Tmvwrrl fl, I 'lc -01 moul J ' I'1'PIll'l' 'I moruc, U 1 - 1 N I My I 1 0 I V 4 9 U .Z x f' ' Al WQiMQj+Qf?fJ2,JAnuAuodmW,g W W Zj3jjffQdjfffQ WW Ygjfw Tefmzk pg I Il I A A A ,N 1-vllff-:gat I, , '?xL'r1,:?u-.-.Ii Selleh lCoacl1l, Caplinger, l-larelsori, Strand, Carver, Willard, Shipkey lSponsorerl. Qvlf ROMINENT among the Jninor sports lll2llTL211'l' in the embryonic stage at Tempe is golf. Great' interest has been shown by lille entire 4-ollege and the team that represented Tempe in 'ihe few matches held prior to the date of publication, is a ii-am that will do credit to any college. All he men shot consistently ill the eighties, wiih Ilarelson and lVilla1-d waging a year-long battle for ,low-score man. Gnu-ver, shooting birdies from the left-hand side, constantly pressed the two leaders for score, with The others also shooting very line golf. The only matches held to date have been iwo with Phoenix J. Q., both of which Tempe won very handily, although a general tournament' has been scheduled for late in May. The 9-hole Campus Course has a large number of players daily and it can tlfntllfully be said that Tempe is "golf-eoi1scio11s." A vmliln.. I2 1' i. -FJ bl'- Ballard CCoachl F, Paddock, W. Paddock, Harclson, Garner, Sullivan, Planetle, Anderson lCoacl1l, Jlfenk Tennis 9 ICNNIS is another minox' Sport that has prolifed by The extensive revival that has iaken place this year in this lield of aiihlefics, this being the lirsl season lhali Tempe can boast of a coached and financed squad. The 'team played Ill2li'Cill"S with l'hoenix ,High School, Phoenix Junior College, l7. of Arizona, besides emnpeting' in the SOlli'llXYGS'i'l'I'll i0Ill'llillll0Ili' and the tennis division elf the ll1'eemx'ay Meet. In zuldilion to those players pictured, the team also ilUilSi'l'1i the pres- enee ol' Reid Valieoat and Bill Horan. SU:uM.x1cx Qlfhoenix High School ,......... .....,.... 5 Tempe .,... ..... I I IIIIVCISOII- clcfenfefl Gregg 6-4, 3-5 Phoenix J. C ..,..,.....,......................, 5 Tempe ...,.........,. ..... 1 S. 71,1-0'Ill-118011 flcfeatml Tlzompsoa 6-2, 5-7, 5-3 ll. of Arizona ...... 6 Tempe ..,., 0 ll, of Arizona ....,. ,. ., ,,.,,.. li Tempe ......,. ....... . 0 illl il series ol' matches played at Tempe and Tucson The Bulldogs suffered defeat lmth times hal sllowed great: improvement in the last series. , . n n II AmlADQ No x I .f 'f53E',1i. 21333117-'ff'-si F A ,, ff ' I' 'iilfrizlz I- 1 I Q it Eb' I .,.,., CLEMENTS, CRABTREE, CISLAGI-II, CAPLINCER DICK, CODDARD, WILLARD, GRIFFIN F. MCDOWELL, SIVIITI-IERAIXI, IVICCULLAN I-IINTON, IVICCARTY 'F 'Q LL Jmmmm Women Iv Spark J . rx.,,,4,, .,., 'td' i..-4 ..l..i..4 ,,i.,..--- 1 ,,1..f-- 5... ,,.--L . ll" 1"'.--i- v-1 ---- , 4 LAURA E. HERRGN ' Director of Physical Education 4 ISS LAURA E. HERRON, Director of Physi- cal Education, is an internationally known figure in the world of women's sports, and one of the new additions to the physical education depart- ment. Tempe is indeed very fortunate in procuring the services of such a noted figure. Miss Herron is considered one of the outstand- ing educators in the Held of won1en's physical edu- cation in the United States and has been ap- proached several times in connection with the coaching of the WV01ll6Il,S track and Held 116211118 for the Xth Olympiad to be held in Los Angeles this summer. Fortunately for us, she refused the oifer. "Congratnlations on your splendid work, Miss Herron." Plfoffzen if fliiz letic Assoczkzfion 0 HIC Wmiiizxk A'l'u1.l-:'i'1r' gxNSlH'l.Xfl'ION has illhllght io 21 1-low :umtlwr SlIl't'UNSi'lli your on This Czuupus. This Ul'g2llliZ2liiUll was 0I'gj1lIliZl'll in 19230 by the wmucu of The vmnpus in fill-ilu-1' WHIIWIIYN ntlilviic-s. Miss lla-rrun has lu-mi of Q.fl'k'1li' 2lSSiSi'1lIll'l' to this o1'H'-111iz:1- bm limi. 'Phu Wmm'n's Athlvlic- Assur-iutioii is UIYCII to :ill NVOIIIPII of Ihix HIIIIIJIIS ihnr 2ll't' pzlrtiiclilzli-ly iiitiercsfod in sports. Ii is through ilu- sph-mlid l'UUIlf'l'2li'iUll of ihese youiig XVUIIIPII than ilw 0I'g.f2lIliZQlii0Il has had sm-h NIICUGNS. O 1 ,If'Fl1'l-IRS MA1u:.x1u-rr lilmxl' .,., Gm-:xN.x 01,s14:N...... II'l-:max ,KINVAIIJ ..,.. IYOIlO'l'II Y I'1-:'l'i-:nsux ..... l'l'l'-Yifllflli' 'I 'icr'-l'rf-.s Sf-urclury Trcus urn illrful ii All ips-I lim . Q ll P, A 'M 4 if ,Q'. n - ' iiii:SL'i 11. The ffiking Club llli lllliixu CLVI: was founllefl hy Miss Sallie llzlyxlen. I". M. Irish :mel Miss Nina Murphy, who is all present' on leave ul' :xhsem-e. The club is open to all women of The college and its purpose is to spmism' WllUllJS01Il0 1'9C1'0ill'l0ll fur NVOIIIBII and to heemne ilifllllilllllkil with The desert floral and geologic-all 1lllE'll0lllQlEil. lt has a llll-'IllllPl'Slll1l of over one lmndred lifty, nmk- ing ii' the largest organization on the campus. Regular weekly hikes of live miles are Taken each Wedilesrlziy and once 11 lll0l'll'11 on Suturcluy ai ten or fifleenfniile hike is taken. The lniljur hikes of the year included Camel Buck. llole-in-llie-Rm,-lc. 'Helm Fzlnyon, Superstition and Twin Bulites, with the feature hike of the sezismi luring the big week-end trip to The Verde River on April 30. Members IIIHST hike at least fwellly-live miles per quarter, which will give them lil1i1'l'y-live points liowurd other ailhlelie 2lWil.1'llS. Olvrlcmns Lnxmm SHILI, .....,.....,........,.,....... A .... lf'I'f'-'4illCllf Mrxluox iXllMS'l'li0NG ...... ..l.. A gf'l'l'C'flU'.lf GLENNA GLSEN .......... ...,.. 7 'l'!'MSIIl'GI' Sprnisrn' Official Guiflr: Mics. ALMA Blil,'lilCli BIOORE Mic. F. M. llclsu JAUUADQ D Taylor, Armslrong, Davis, Wight, Bullcr, Flores, Sandcrs, Ciafoma, Olsen, Holi, Hatcher, Sawyer, Shill. Basketball 9 ASli!'f'FliAl,L. nnv nl' the new gzunes .lllil'0filllfl.'l,i hy Miss Ilerrun, proved vwv an llllill' with lhe 'Fvni me on-eds and :L Hwy' strono' 'renin was soon - -. 25 0l'g'2llliZl"ll. Alllnmgll the ic-:nn did noi have any f-ollege cmilpefition, they in-vw-1'lwIv:4s had plenty ol' fun playing unmng themselves. Nvxi' yvair Miss. Ilerrnn hopes to ohI'a1.iu college I'0lll1Wi'il'l0ll fm' the girls :ind lnnlza- huskvlhzill one nl' thi- Illiljlll' wmnenfs sports here at 'lTPl11pv. A 'l'vnl ne Wm' is iwrlirflvil for the ffirls us fhcviwill have :1 H'i'e:1.t lnzinv veierzui . h - lf' .f players 2ll'OllINl which to build their team. O Herron, Martin, Anderson, Maffeo, Bosley, McKay, Patterson, M, Holt, A. Holt, Marten. f' 'T Tennis' feczm 9 NE uf the best' leunis Lezuns ihzll has wuz' 1'upl-usmmtvml fl'i--lnpu was ilu- Velopecl this 'YUZII' under' the able l1liUlilg0 nl' Miss L2llll'2l IG. l'lPl'l'0ll and Miss Bettse Ma1'h-11. The 'i'C2l,lll composed of Ruth Martin, Lcuorzl Nllllffll' :XlldGl'S0ll, Mary Maifeo, Llmm I-Ioslvy, Della. 3l'1'Kz1y. RI?ll'g2ll'0i' Holt, and Agues Holt won by an easy Illill'glll over the 1V'll04,'lliX Jllllltll' College Zllllvi The Phoenix High School. At Thf- time the S.x1iIi.x1m was going to pri-ss l'hv squzul was 1n'epz11'i11g lo 0111'e1' the stale i'0Ill'll2llI11"llif and The John U. Gl'0HllNVil.y field clay. After such 21 Thorough test as the squml has nmlergolu- we are sure that they will more Tllan hold their own ilgilllwii such C0lllIl8fli'i0lI :is tlwy will lmve. D A. l-loll, Wight, Flores, Butler, Davis, Nelson, Pearce, Hatcher, Easchief, Shill, Armstrong, Olson, Sawyer M. Holt. ' f Y Hockey Ieam HIS marks lhe close ol' the Iirst' year ihat Tempe had a hockey team and we are proud of the girls lhal' took part in the games. NVifh The material lhere is on this eamprus there is no reason that we ean't turn out a winning There number of Universi 1 y linal score hockey ieam next year. was 1101. mum-h outside eonipelifimx this year hut there were a inl'erselass games. The one game ol' the year was played with the ol' Arizona al lhe Un'ive1'sily. The Team held their own and the was 4-1 in favm' ol' the Ulli.VCI'Sifj'. Miss Laura llerx-on is the coax-h of this hoc-key team and it is to her lha 17 we ow l e quite il hit. We wish her nmre success next year. 12 0 AHUADQ K2 'g J-" 7 'vlb-5-55 ' 4 Doris Carwood, Dorothy Carwood, Shill, Carmen, Holi: Hrchery ORE interest has been shown in aireliery this year tlmn ever hefore. College Competition has been Very scarce this year, consequently thc girls l12lVQ1l7lQ had am very good elmncc to show their skill, but the team has, at the time the SA11U.mo is going to press, entered the state tournamenti and have games with the University of Arizona. and the University ol' New Mexico. In these tournaments the girls are expected to bring honors to the col- lege. The team is coached by Miss Bettse Martin and Illilllilgl-?ll by Lenora Shill. li'first fl'ecLm, Second Town, LwNonA SHILL FLo1mNo1a SYVIFT Douls Gixnwooo BIAIULXILIYL' 'lelomf DOROTHY Gixuwoon LILLY 1-lUN'r TEDDY CARMEN Enum J1-:AN 1I.Vl'UI'iEll .ANNA Gnmoo - Jlnuluom Back Row--Cabbard, Pearce, Pyle, Warmington, Taylor, Easchief, Pomeroy, Robinson, Sawyer, l-lolron Beck, Wyall, Shill, Hunt. Middle ROW1Al'l'11Sll'O!1g, Olson, lvl. Holt, McNeil, Wallace, Slewarl, Clanton, l-larcher, Dyer, Front Rowawight, Butler, Nelson, Davis, A. Arzberger, Floras, Giacomo, Sanders, A. Holt, 341506411 9 Xlllflli The I'02l1'llillg ul' l12llIl'Zl lI0l'l'0ll the NVOIll9ll'S lmselmll l'62l.111 was 0l'gI2llllZ9Ki lhis yum-. ln this sport the women of The 05111111113 showed unusual ciifllusixlsnl mul skill, This is the Iirsl' year limi' the NYUIIIPII of this l'2l1ll1HlS have had an 0l',Lf2lIIlZ0ll lmselmll lczlnl and ll1u1'ul'orv they played no QIZIIIIGS other 1112111 inter- l'l2lSS gallxlvs. 'l'lw1'c was lo he one gimme with the Vuiversity of fh1'iZOllil,S women learn on Play Daly. hui since The hook was printed before The ganna was played, we 2ll'P Illlillllll to ful-nish The results. I This y0ill"N 1-zlpizlin was zlppoilllod and in this position Marion Arm- strong ably served. Cl loe Selleh lCoacl1l, l-loll, Francies, Stover, Simontou, Stewart, jenkins, Salmon, Willard lCoacl1l. Womenh Golf 0 NDER the connnined efforts of Joe Selleh and Mercier Willard, the XYOII1Q11'S golf squad progressed very rapidly and lllll1'll interest was manifested in the game even though not lnueh COIIlI'l6l'll'lOll could he secured. The only competition olJl'ai1mhle was on lQ'ln,y Day nt the University of Ari- zona. Here the team broke even, winning two games and losing two. Evidences of The lllCI'GE1SlIlg popularity of golf is Shown by the fuel that the second semester CIl1'0ll1119llt of the golf class more than doubled the enrollment for the first semester. 'The course has now become 2.1 part ol' the physical education cle1'1a1'tn1e11t and it is hopecl that next year all l'ull schedule of games may be secured. il - if. JAILUADO l-lE SAHUARO STAFF wishes to -IV appeal to each and every member of the Associated Students to unselt- ishly support the advertisers who make it possible to produce this yearbook, ln years such as the present one it is doubly difficult to secure help through this means, therefore the advertisers in this section merit special consideration. "BUY FROM SAHUARO SUPPORTERSY' -WARREN W. WELLS, Business Manager. eww ' - ? f ,' , Z- an J ew it yQ,J.JT5-f, go f VZ ia A ..l -ltlfl.. 'limi . C6l!67Zl1i6lT 9 4 S E 1' 'I' E M B 'IC ,R llth-Buck to college again. 1l,flPl' il l'lll'i'l" nioriths' Pill-l'U2lI'lllg,I V2'lC'2ll'l0ll, J 1 I-zletiezllly all the old gang lmc-lc. Zllllltlllgll there :Ire :I few faces miss- ing. Plenty of new f?lf'0S-Elll reeoi-ds lll'Ulil'Il. with the largest enroll- ment in history. M 18th-FI-osh eiilbarlc oI1 zlnnuztl llell week today. Hood boys. those Frosli. S0 meek and SlllJSQl'VlQ1llf. 20th-lVlIo:IlIl lX7ll01ll1l lVhaIt' tliofee poor lrosh :ire-II't' getting isII't worth 22ml mentioning. -Fresh and Sophs have pugilistie battle in l'l'Olll of 'Dining llull. Fresh prove loo strong for Sophs. 25th-Fresh turn out ell nizisse to give the "T" its Ellllllltll puiiiting. 30til1-Everybody predicting :I l,PR.1lll91' 'year for Tenipe. "This is :I Teiiipe C 2nd- 3 1'tl-- year," is heard everywliere on the eainpiis. M M5 OI li A JJ WL J WV jg ' W' 0 CTO B lil" - . I Q Of iii? ft llfilliam Burns, Jr., famous detective, is visit' I' . ' iff x I jf assembly. IQ '25 'l I 'QQ ' Dyer' Football QE'li0Il opeiw with ""llll9 -'It Fl l'-No xx'itl Il tl dW 'f , ., , . . ,. . I .. . A Bulldoffs defeated. D V gy' 9th-Student Body budget finally zldjusted. Day for llonneeoniiug set. 17th-New Mexico Aggies beaten here by Bulldogs. lvtlfli Sl'2l1'l'0tl on "!7ocl.f Robivzj' C-l1'3Il121 XV01'liSllO1l7S first llliljtll' lll'0tlllCl'l0ll. Glee Clubs organize. . 23l'd-Sll8liQS1l62lI'C plays given on VEIIIIIDIIS by XVIII. Tll0l,'lll'0ll and voiiipziiiy. 24tlI-Bulldogs defeat: Luiulierjac-les at Flngstzitl' 20 to ti. . JAHU WE TREAT YOU AS YOU SHOULD BE TREATED JOHNSON - PQEARCE COMMERCIAL CO. uf:MlI7'6l7lf6'8lZ S67'UiIJ6n M E SA PHOENIX DO YOU ,KNONV Via Hcznny? ll' YOU l'DON'T-BETTER GET ACQUAINTED. "Ufflfll'f'S from Tfirfs nrrcf of the Desi" 40 NORTH CENTRAL, PHOENIX FURN1'rUR13 DRAPERIES RUGS 130111113-HEYMAN FURNITURE co. P1f5E7fIf"Z'QflQfQA H. MC DONALD TEMPE, ARIZONA PHONE 14 S C L D Q E U O AIRD AND INES, D1'UgglSfS P L P L The Ream!! Store O C S'rU1mN'r' Hr5ADQUA1z'1'1zRs T 14: E TEMPE, ARIZONA PHONE 22 E JB:,52:,, Cl AHUADQ Calendar X 0 V IG M H IG ll lst-Bulldogs fought the XVildt'ats to a standstill yesterday and turned Clrd tit h them back with a sf-ore ol' lil-T. Fil-st' time in history of A. S. 'l', tl. -'Phe nlVlllSlit"l'lll0 tllub lr-out ll. ol A. won't shave for several days longer. Fine! Fine! -College hires deputy shi--rili' to guard campus. Too bad for some folks. llllll-:hl'll1lStltfC Day and all quiet on the 'l'eat-lu-1,-s' College campus. 2l.St-II0111GCOI1lll1g Day. Doesn't seein quite like Iloiuet-oiuing without 26t'h- dozens of iioats. Flagstallf l,l'l1l1S us on a muddy tield 112 to 7. Too bad that vV2ll'1ll?1' plays and mud dtlllll. mix. Thanksgiving Vacation starts. Everybody in a hurry to nieet the train. 27th-Varsity met and defeated .Phoenix All-Stars, with Ted against his lst- i. own team. 0 9 D E C E M B E R Everybody back l'1'on1 home, wishing now that tjluistxuas will lll1l'l'j' and come. Come on, Santa! Hurry, won't you? 4th-lllebatie teanis argued with Flag and Hwlioppt-41" tlwni to a Hl'l'2lZZll!.,' The subject was Stllllbllllllg about needing a third politieal party. Seems we have f0lll' too many parties now. Sth-Basketball season opens with intensive practice. Looks like we are going to have a mighty line team-with both Jiggs and Schiller back. 11th-At the meeting of the Border Conference two colleges petitioned for e11t1'a11ee-Texas School of Mines and Texas Tevll. 'We may have 11 real Conference after all. 15th-Fresh cage-men begin to look IlI'O1l1lSllIg. Looks like they will be one of the best in the Confereiice. lSth-Everybody goes home for il two-weeks' vac-ation. Merry Clnristmas and a Happy New Year! ., V ,.- , lf , f 'iv- ffLAi,?g , 1:--1 JAHUAILO MARICOPA CREAMERY COMPANY, Inc. A PAs'1'12U 11 1 man CRE.-X M RRY 9 MARICOPA BUTTER 4 PERFECTED DAIRY PRODUCTS "Quality is Our Motto" 9 1 x 1 2 1 7 fi A im lil Calendar 99 -T AN U A RY lt ' -Back from home aiter Il short two-week vacation. trlverybody stocked 5th 11th 15th with ties, shirts, and other wearing apparel. Debate team has heated argument with U. of A. -Miss Durham writes out over 100 exeuses for absentees. -Students Vote Treasurer Goldsmith gets paid for his serviees. -Shipkey men met llfildeats from 'University and drop both games. Too bad, boys-better luck next time. 18th-Lambda Phis host to College men at smoker. 25th-Final exams start. Lights going all night. in halls as students burn midnight oil. 28th-Exams over and everybody heaves a. sigh of relief as a two-day inter- lst mission between semesters begins. 44 FEBRIUARY New and old students register for second semester work. All stu- dents make vows to raise index. 5th-Bulldoffs Jla ' Lll1IlllC1'.2lCliS without the services ot' Sehuler and Moses. s I . . Series is divided. Miss SlIllllN0ll.S ear is smashed and Miss Simpson and Nellie Anderson are severely shaken up. Gth-Kappa Kappa Alpha dance in Recreation llall. Everybody makes whoopee. Sth-Art exhibits of all the best known Arizona artists being held in the Art: Departinenti. 9th-Figures released from ltegistrar stating approximately 1000 students 12th-First college rodeo in history of Arizona being enrolled at Tempe, making it a record-breakineg year. planned to take plaee in the near future. Shipkeymen meet Lobos tonight. Good luck, boys. 15th-Bulldogs back from New Mexico after dividing the series. 10th-Sahuaro nominations held in assembly. lflverybody anxious to elect their favorites. 20th-lileetions held today and everybody asking who has won. 'llhe glad tidings are to he kept till the next' edition of the t'ollegian. 28th-Valiant Dogs clean house at Las Crux-es and take every glfilllll' of series with New Mexieo A. and M. JAIIUADO "Owe F001 or cz lVIilli0n" D. HALSTEAD LUMBER COMPANY I,UMBER, LIME, CEMENT, DOOR, SASHES TEMPE, ARIZONA PHONE 81 HARTER COMMERCIAL COMPANY IDHOIENIX, LEADING WHOLESAI,.E CONFECTIONS We trust your future will not be as "Balfling" as our little bar has been. Be Loyal 10 ,flrizofza Fzzrmerx and buy Arizona Sim' Family Flour ARIZONA STAR FLOUR PHOENIX FLOUR MILLS PHOENIX, TEMPE, GLENDALE, MESA, SAFFORD A First Class Clothing House All the News of the Best Part of Salt River Valley 4 I "Collegian Printers" "UH" Mf'ff0" Mesa Tribune Journal SAVING MONEY FOR OUR CUSTOMERS COMMERCIAL PRxN'r13Rs PHOENIX, ARIZONA PHONE 34 MESA fs Calendar O0 M A R C H Wifi ' n A.. lst- Miss Simpson announces biggest production ol' year is lo bc given next Inonth. -Lth-Collegian Carries announcement of the election returns. liverybody happy. tilh-Pi Delts go on picnic to celebrate the founding ol' the fraternity one year ago today. lllth-Varsity debate team argues with University of New Mexico. Win by at least two lengths. .l2tl1-Bulldogs finish conference games barely missing the cellar position. Shipkey says team good, but has niet some better ones. Wildcats cop the Chalnpionship. NVell, there's nothing like keeping championships at home. Two for Arizona this year. 19th-Student Body ollficers report budget is out of the red and ahead. 22nd 25th-First of series of 'iljolleffe Nie'hts" IT! l'1 lst- Hurrah for Student Body government! --All-Conference Basketball team is chosen. Schuler is chosen as guard. programs over Station KOY, Phoenix, to be given tonight. Fine plenty of good publicity. work-the Colleffe is receivin' 25 99 APRIL Summer Sessions to he offered for the tirst time in the history of the college. Haven't we had enough school for one year? 3I'ti-TGIIIDQ debaters advance to iinals and cop second place in the Invita- tional Tourney held at Redlands University. flood work, Bernard and Leonardg we didn't appreciate your true worth. 4th-Bulldog baseball team met the XVildcats from the University and 5th-The death of Dean James Lee Felton today terminated 22 long Sth-Annual 4-H Club Fair being held on the campus. Young.: kids were tamed. Call for spring football is issued by Coach Ted key. Cislaghi elected captain of '32 baseball. Ship- yQ'2ll'S of service to the college. Funeral services to be held on the campus lVednesday. every- where. All busy as bees and enjoying themselves. flth-lJidn't sleep a wink last night. with all the cows. pigs, and what not on the campus. llope they move them soon or will be sleeping in my classes. tNotiee the will bc partl. . J!-IIIUAIIO PORTRAIT ILLUSTRATIONS IN 'FIIIS ANNIHXL ARE I Schfwfw PHOTO .PORTRAITS l,Ul'l1'I1il.f, CQ'm11f1lw'rfiz1f l,!Z0l0gl'lIfJb31 amz! Kodak Finishing 4 SC H OETTNER STUDIOS PIIUICXIX, Amzoxlx V81 r W.xsl11x4:'l'ux S'I'lll'Il-I'l' PI-mn: 4-2411 il 4 ii A All C 61 lendczr AI l1IL-fCon1in,ucclj 99 'l P 1 l0'rh-Tllirfv-two nufn I1-'IlUl'f for foofhall. Shipkcv plans fo plav flul lini- 15fl1 vox-sify on April 29. XVhaf are you going fo flo wifhouf Stow. 'l'wl? He'll be miglify hard fo replace. -Inferesf is being shown in flue plans for a VGIIIIIHIN llay, so guvss wcfll llave our old ffollvge Day hack again. llope it isn'1 flue sanu: sorf, though. lfitll-Cast for Uymuo 111' B!'I'fjl'l'IIf' announves fhaf flu-y an-cl about rf-arly for ills 22nd il .- Jcfh -l Slfh 4fl1 Tfh 12th- flur opinion of the long live-ac-f play. f-Fourfh National llonorary Sociefy is insfalleil. Won'f bc long until every cluh on The calnpus will lu' nafional .iff they confiniul l'lll'lllllQ nafional at fheir prvsenf rate. -The Tempe baseball illillll splifs linal sol-ivs wifh flu- Arizona lini- versity. -Collegian Sfalif holfls a week-ciul hrawl af Canyon llako, with flul heads of fhe Sahnaro as their guests. lvlllliiil finudlil I -Final Ill'0filllf'i'lOl1 of Cyrmzo flu Iwr'yf'l'11fr. Anil what a play ihis is! Mo fhinks if, is as good as has owl' hoc-n pnf on in flu: Yale ol' Olrl Tempe. 00 M A Y -Sophs fake l. Q. fesf. llope fhey are a N1ll2ll'l' vlass. We xnusf lw ai least average. -Alumni bzuulnef. XVelconuJ honur. ggrzulsg hopo you onjoy your-sell' You will affer fasfinv' ilfl'0llSQ?S vicfuals. D liill--SilllIltll'O showdowns. Nic-v work. llirvf-for Hof-lc. Vlvveli' skifs, snappy flanccs and good sc-mws. ilu ol i 2211fl-132lCl'illilll1'f:?2liff sel-vicos in flu' Anil. -luniors and Seniors innh' 2 2131-d 27th usual wise 0l:fPI'lIlgS. -Baud 4-olu:e1'ls in The And under liirerfor Qlloyer, who has givon us a full measure of enjoyable music in this year's ZINSK-'lllllll0S. -Last assembly of the ye-ar. See you in SG?Pf0llllN,'l'. gang!!! 31Sl--COIIIIIIQHCQIIIQIIil ' JVNIQ IST-K1-auscs find finur fo cafe-h thvir lwuaih for flue lirsf llllllf Slllfl SP1ll'C11llJl'l'. LSHUADQ COMPLIMENTS OF A SAHUARO SUPPORTER "GOOD LUCK STAFIW 'If1 "fml.e.w1!e Ifruif 1,l'0!f'ML78l'5 LIPOW BROS. FRUIT CO. PHONE 3-8113 "IfVe .fpeuialize in Holels :md Resmulzmn Wholesale Terminal Market PHOENIX ARI7ONA SEND IT T0 MARICO PA LAUNDRY " IfVe Arn Proud of Ou-r Ser'v'icc " PHONE 3-9314-Phoenix 1122 S. CENTRAL AVE. RULING PRINTING ENGRAVING A. C. TAYLQR PRINTING CO. 121 EAST JEFFERSON PHOENIX ------- ARIZONA IISQL Dependable Banking, Service Safety Deposit Boxes Timm NATIONAL BANK Student Body Bankers .HY . ..'lQ"a ..ri in FIRE, AUTO AND FIDELITY SERVICE TEMPE, ARIZONA Wifzisan-MCCREA COMPANY MAKERS or SAHUARO COVERS 421 EAST 6TH, LOS ANGELES Babe 7' Jl'ferc'fz7zzz'le former Comlbafgy Company Office Supplies, Desks, Safes Filing Equipment, Rubber Stamps HAY GRAIN Seals, Steel Shelves, 1,0 U XVOOU Printing, Ruling Phone 3-6306 Tempe, Arizona Phone 68-45 34-36 S. CENTRAL, PHOENIX Copper State Creamery SHOES REPAIRING ACCESSORIES Company 'ACITIIYIII of Dairy j'l'0!l'lIfffN"l 4 SIX POINTS - - PHOENIX uif'71f1'e1f's071is' Shoe Shop "Dej1c1z,clab'C Sf:r1v'ir:e" TEMPE ARIZONA 52 JAl1UAIl0f.TJl U Rican T hai Ram Up-Hi!! 9 Thirty years ago, the Founder of this business, Mr. J. C. Penney, started an up-hill adventure. He achieved success by inspiring his associates to give freely of all they had in order to help in lifting up the business. They realized that success is the reward of the man who is will- ing to take the long road and keep on moving ahead. Yesterday's "good enoughu does not remain "good enough? Today's methods must be a step forward. But can a river run up-hill forever and ever? Can business go from one level always to a higher one? Yes, it can. The horizon of improvement is so far ahead no one has ever caught sight of it. Without a doubt, we are inexcusably far behind the quota set for us by the Master-Mind that placed us here. Therefore, one of the greatest satisfactions in life comes from being a part of that stream which moves up hill at an ever in- creasing tempo. J. O. PENNEY OO, INC, 18 BUSY DEPARTMENT STORES THROUGHOUT ARIZONA BISBEE DOUGLAS GLOBE CHANDLER FLAGSTAFF HOLBROOK CLIFTON GLENDALE JEROME MESA PHOENIX TUCSON MIAMI PRESCOTT wINsLOW NOGALES SAFFORD YUMA l i I L' G EEK? 38 VVEST'IEFFERSCDh RULING BINDING PRINTING ENGRAVING 4 PHONE 3-IIII PHOENIX, ARIZONA The TVe.9f".9 Fuvorifc L5 A fm MOJNRRI. THE O. S. STAPLEY COMPANY Emlmlds our best fmislms to the Class of '32 and cordially 'invite you to sec us for Hn,r'rlIvcw'0, SPVP Paints, l'V'ilS0'll Sporting Goods MCCIIIQMIQK-DEERING FARM EQU1PIvIEN'I' PHOENIX GLENDALE CHANDLER BUCKEYE MESA lilvunv .lJAY A SAVING IJAY AT Compliments of Central Avenue Dairy Producers of Fooflxfrajfx 27 STORES IN THE SALT RIVER VALLEY Phoenix Mesa Buckeye Tempe Chandler Glendale Coldwater ARIZON.A,S FINEST DAIRY PRODUCTS PHOENIX ARIZONA Sporting Goods School Supplies Office Equipment 'l'l-lbl BERRYHILL CO. "Supporters of Sfnle I7Lstit'IItio'ns" 42 E. 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