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

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'V , . 593- 'f'-PW 'if f' wv r' T . ,U , "TE-'9'V'X312-Zv"?V3'x'N":i-i"5?E72i'!f fgg- -- ' ""1 ' ALR. If IJQQIZIII W MKQNIIJWI If J gfbxfiy W , WSI COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION 0 0 0 STUDENT ADMINISTRATION I CGLLEGE 'QQQ ADMINISTRATION . president gammage Q dean grimes . dean blair . registrar irish . president emeritus matthews Q otiices ot administration Q departmental heads CCDLLEGE ADMINISTRATION I8 i V l i Q o president grady gammage, prominent arizona educator, has guided the destinies of arizona state since 1933. he was formerly president of ari- zona state at flagstaff and has held administrative office in ' the lower schools .... I I Q I ' iv E, I H1 . gsm: ' A: '3,:j.'--.ilu jf.. ' ' 1 Jimlsij' " , , r ' 'fa-zgirwge I it it - as i: iilll' ' ' ' i COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION . . . . Under the guidance of President Gammage, Arizona State has progressed towards one of the best equipped and most modern institutions of its kind in the Southwest. New buildings and new provisions for administration of student and faculty affairs have brought the institution towards the culmination of the aims of the president when he took his office. During his five years, Doctor Gammage has done much to build Arizona State into one of the largest and best institutions of higher learning in the West. The college has built a new women's hall, renovated and remodeled its science build- ing and auditorium and is now in the process of completing a new women's activity building. A modern stadium, seating 4000 people, was completed recently. Functioning this year for the first time as cooperative offices, are the office of dean of the college and the dean of women's office. Dean of the college is Dr. I. G. Grimes, psychologist and educator, who assumed the position at the beginning of this term. Dean Grimes has helped students greatly in his first year, making a real contribution to the harmonious cooperation of students and faculty for a better administration. Also new to her office is Miss Mildred Blair, former instructor of English at the college. Dean Blair has gone far in an attempt to coordinate and harmonize the social and extra-curricular activities of the college and to establish a central office for student guidance. Along with these duties, Dean Mildred Blair teaches Freshman English. Administering the general college curriculum is Mr. F. M. Irish, in charge of all details pertaining to the academic requirements of the institution. Efficient handling of all records and registration has helped both graduating seniors and underclassmen. Dr. I. O. Grimes Miss Mildred Blair Mr. F. M. lrish dean of the college dean of women registrar '50 l9 co dr. a. j. matthews, president emeritus since 1930, was president of the college for 30 years previous to his resignation from that post. OFFICES OF . . . ADMINISTRATION President Emeritus Matthews, who for 30 years was president of the college, has watched the development of the present campus from a barren tract of sand into the semi-tropical garden that it now is. Taking the presidency in 1900, he re- signed in 1930 and received his present title. Vigorous and energetic, Dr. Matthews is now concerned with the supervision of the gardening. Heading the campus placement bureau is 1. D. Payne. I-Iis office has functioned most efficiently in placing nearly every one of approximately 200 graduates each year. Mr. Payne was formerly director of the campus training school which bears his name. 1-le is assisted by Miss Barbara Benson, graduate of Arizona State college in 1937. Secretary to the president is Miss Mary Bunte. She has been Doctor Gammage's secretary since he held the presidency of Flagstaff college and has managed various sorority affairs as well as having taught in many of the college's extension courses. Rendering medical service to students and operating the college infirmary is Miss losephine Durham, registered nurse, who efficiently aids in preservation of health. The college dining hall supplies all meals for students living on the campus as well as providing most of the local income from which student employment rolls are met. I-leading the dining hall as steward is Mr. Robert Krause. I-le is assisted by his wife, Mrs. Martha Krause, who also serves as secretary of the employment committee. Une of the most important duties of the college administration is the handling of finan- cial affairs by the business office. 1-leading this branch is Mrs. Sybil May, financial secretary, who is aided by Mr. Gilbert Cady and Miss Laura Dobbs. Both Miss May 20 1 X, and Miss Dobbs have served at the college for a number of years, while Mr. Cady, a graduate of the institution here in 1934, is a new addition to the business staff this year. T. I. Cookson serves as head of the college library, assisted by Miss Irene Reed and Miss lda Wilson. Mr. Cookson has watched the growth of the library from a small room with twelve tables, to one ot the largest places oi its kind in the entire state of Arizona. Assisting Mr. lrish with the duties oi registrar is Miss Amelia Kudobe, recorder. Miss Kudobe has been employed in this cape city at the college for the past several years. 0 first row . . . miss mary bunte, g. Cady, t. j. cookson, miss laura dobbs, josephine durham-second row. . . mrs. robert krause, robert r. lcrause, miss amelia lcudobe, mrs. sibyl may, ira d. payne. Q , Q 0 Q Q .i. Q5- If 47 Tr ,Fw 'fffg Q 1 DEPARTMENTAL HEADS . . Heading the art department is Miss Paula Kloster. She received her master's degree from Leland Stanford university and has studied at the Minneapolis Institute of Art as Well as the Chouinard lnstitute. She has traveled in many parts of the World. E Dr. B. lra ludd serves as head of the agriculture department. He has a bachelor's and master's degree from Utah State and a Ph. D. from the University of Nebraska. Miss Ruth Douglass heads the department of home economics. She has an M. A. from Colorado State. Her department equips students to teach or practice home making. Prof. Lewis S. Neeb is in charge of the college's modern industrial arts department. Dr. Fernand Cattelain, who holds an A. M. degree from Baylor university and a Ph. D. from Descancon, France, heads the foreign language department which offers Spanish, German, and French. Students in this department may obtain either a major or minor. The college's mathematics department head is Dr. Charles Wexler, graduate of Harvard. 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'I' 'Iv' 'Lx ' 715-" f'-'l."'.'!-'r'-1'V '.' fy :n.-.-- ,-,-- ...,.,..,. fn.. ABOVE-FlItS'l' ROR' . . . RUSS RUTH DOUGLASS, DH. GEORGE RT. BATEIXIAN SECOND ROVV . . . LEKVIS S. NEEB. FACIXG PAGE-FIRST RGYV . . , RUSS PAVLA KLOSTEH, IFR. R, IRA .IUDI1 RALPH A. RTASTELLER, DR. S.-XMIYEL BLTRKHARD, DR. LOUIS RI. ITYEHS. SECOND HOW' . . . DR. FERNAND C.-VPTELAIN, DR. R. K. VVYLLYS, HARRY B. H.-XRELSON, DR. J. O. GRIMES, RUDOLPH A, LAVIK. RIGHT-DR. JAMES E. VVERT. Prof. Harry B. Harelson is head of the music department. He directs the Women's Glee club, teaches voice classes, gives private instruction, and manages Mu Bho Alpha. Coach Budy Lavik Was this year appointed head of the department of physical educa- tion. He was formerly Bulldog football and track coach and retains the latter position. Dean I. C. Grimes acts as head of the de- partment of psychology. The department offers a 15 hour minor to students. Its hours may be counted as education electives. Dr. George Bateman, Well known scientist, is head of the science department of the college. Dr. Bateman is a contributor to scientific journals and an authority on chemistry, in which field he teaches here. Dr. Bufus K. Wyllys is the head of the social science department. He has Written sev- eral historical Works, among them "Pioneer Padre", a study of the life of Father Kino. Dr. lames Wert is head of the college's graduate school. Dr. Wert has the task of organizing the curriculum and offering of the college to enable it to grant the master's degree, last year's legislative concession. Mr. Balph Masteller, graduate of the Uni- versity of lowa and Penn college, is the head of the commerce department here. Dr. Louis Myers, head of the department of English, is a graduate of St. Stephan's college, Columbia, and the University of California. He recently studied in Europe. Dr. Samuel Burkhard, head of the depart- ment of education, conducts the college's main educational phase. He earned his master's degree at Columbia and his doctor's degree at New York university. it . 23 STUDENT Q... ADMINISTRATICDN Q president dart 0 vice-president curtis v secretary spain Q treasurer bartlett Q associated student council + inter-hall council + inter-sorority council Q inter-fraternity council . social committee li . associated Women students X X K r 0 oft-campus women ml 0 assembly committee liilli ESE XXX as Q li raiser itsitt STUDENT ADMIN ISTRATICDN co gerald dart, filling the office of student body president, leads the af- fairs of student govern- i if itll l ' ment this year. during y his four years on the it It campus he has been is-. 5 outstanding in scholas- ""u,..fff1 tic and extra-curricular ,q , nnii I activities of the college. STUDENT ADMINISTRATION . . . . . A large share of administering their affairs falls on the shoulders of the students here. All halls and the off-compus students are governed by student boards, While student participation on various faculty boards also offers an opportunity for self-government. The chief agency of student administration is the student government organization. A student council composed of presidents of the four classes, a men's and Women's repre- sentative from each class and a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer elected at large from the student body. It is the function of the student council to pass on all affairs of student government as well as handle funds belonging to the students. Heading the student council this year is President Gerald Dart. Last year Dart was editor of the State Press and has been active in dramatics, debate, and student gov- ernment during his four years on the campus. Iames Curtis is vice-president and has supervised the many social activities this year. He is also active in football, basketball, and intramural sports. Margaret Spain filled the office of student body secretary this year. She was also elected Homecoming Queen and Most Popular Woman and has been outstanding in both scholastic and extra-curricular activities. George Bartlett has handled all student body funds this year in his office as student treasurer. He has participated in many activities during his enrollment here, among which was baseball. Revision of the Associated Student organization is underway at the present time. Under the new plan, the organization will consist of two governing boards, the student council and an executive board composed partly of the students and partly of faculty. The student council will be allotted legislative power with judicial and executive vested in the executive board. lt will be inaugurated next year, if approved, and will be one of the first divided power plans of student government in the country. Members of the student council are: seniors, Marvin Palmer, Clare Van Hoorebeke, Iames Curtis Margaret Spain George Bartlett vice-president Secretary treasurer .iL- '5-4 J X S . 4. -4 'J' W 511, W. 1. wtf .. ,x . ..L-Vt. A. it J Y - . , . UA-A P X 1, - ,. X t f-ig -t xii M- 27 ttttftffitff and Alice l-lansonp juniors, Wendell Noble, Billy Sabin, and Nellie Setliay sophomores, George Fleming, Ted Willey, and Eleanor Udall, freshmen, William lames, Herald Peterson, and Helen Hart. 0 Q Q Q 0 The Associated Women Students organization also plays a large part in student gov- ernment. lt is the function of this body to administer those Womens affairs not cared for by the student council to promote a general feeling of good will among students, to fsupport student activities, to cultivate a feeling of unity among women students, and to Work for the Welfare of the institution in every Way. lt is headed by Miss Christine l-licks as president, with Betty Trenson as vice-president, Louise Payne as secretary, and l-lelen Creasman as treasurer,Similar to the student council is the AWS,Women's council. Cther student self-government agencies include the hall officers and council in each of the men's and women's halls, the Off-campus Women's organization, the student Social Committee, and the student members in the Committee on Activities, Organ- izations, and Social Calendar, and those on the Assembly and Employment committees. 28 r- Ng .Hfgf 3 ,Xhblfl IAI LJ XX OMIQN SI UDDN I b LUUNC IlTCHT INTFR FRA'l'I'RNI'l'Y COUNCIT Qi W." THE lN'I'ER-S0110RI'I'Y COUNCIL 0 O 0 RIGHT . , . ASSEMBLY COM1l'T'If'I'EE A L Ax 1 .911 gmuqarp M V1 h ll q,, INTER-HALL COUNCIL 0 0 9 0 RIGHT , , . AC'ITIVI'l'IES CONIMITTEE FACING PAGE . , . THE ASSOCIATED STUDENT COUNCIL KIDENTIFICATION FOR THESE CUTS FOUND IN INDEXD BOO Z 1 17 3 V , ,, ff 3-'fii, lfEi-f ' f .s. f " ' .-.- g ., .- f "'3f,3"5i- ,' vG!f' J? ""5"-91134523 ' 'R 'r-Qi: ' wt. ,,fV,fc2g'ffQ'fW'fV'e33Vf.jg3iM' 'fS,if'5Q5f?" Q ' ' -. 5 if Vx' , -if . 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In 1, ,-1g.,5 ,? , T : g -V -- GN: Q, ..IfQgxf4ge:fL?gaa-s-g.q:i3Z2.:4f: f .f .,3m3--4-31-41-' -11131054-f-f'Lm2119-'Qww 16-13:-3-QDQZS'-f2fa'f12-.f? " 'ff' fi? ' '. ' ' . ------ -- 1' 'Y' "" . ' -- I. uf- '.1. -' 'J-'F' : --4' JPL' "4 . ' ,"f5J'- "F " . V --,Q ',- gg-f, . H ff '-V1 JJ- :I , . E Q I Q1-'f' -"' 11' 1 3 ' , .g .V If A 1 - -53, 1 f"'Y-4:xrZ3i:f2f134,'gf--.-ff -N1 5 '- f'-w. . 'L!gf,..,LJ:-wi- 25211.--1-. H :.- Da- ' " :'51if1"' - W 4, .u.m?ai3'5, V- I., B C L A S S E S A A ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Q Q Q CLASS OF '38 CLASS OF '40 CLASS OF '39 CLASS OF '41 ' , . I A .-I. ,f 3 'VW' ," . U ', M ' " .Mm f - v f 'I ' W W I' alumni association class of '38 class of '39 class of '40 class oi '41 aeiwkte 51 I , " it-in , in it ,r , , .M One of the most important factors in the college is the Alumni organ- ization. This body has established a student loan fund, has offered rewards and scholarships, and has aided the college materially on outside activities. President of this organization for the year IQ37-38 is Chester Wycliffe, class of I922. Vice-president is Vernon Tucky, while Miss Leona Ifaulot serves as its secretary-treasurer. Also attending to alumni affairs as well as college athletic duties is Tom Lillico, graduate manager. Mr. Lillico, class of 1934, took the position at the beginning of this year upon the retirement of Ioe Selleh. Already, he has gone a long way towards building a new athletic program as well as effect- ively taking care of grad contacts. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION ., ., . above . . . torn lillico, graduate manager during the past, has been one of the most active individuals on the campus. besides handling the duties of graduate manager, lillico has coached the varsity baseball team and he has also assisted with publication of the alumni bulletin. right . . . chester wycliffe, president, ver- non tuckey, vice-president, and leona haulot, secretary-treasurer. each has been active in reorganization of the alumni group and has presided over several meetings in the state this year MV ww y yu ,ii wftZW .sim- s.'Sf. fw,,- fisiiiifii 525222 9? zzifmisftifwfw 'M .,. ,,r.. rr., .r.,. .Q i A 35 i I 'Q Because of the necessary teaching activities or its members, the t W. senior class of the college is not as active as other classes. No s- 'Q ' VL - social functions are held during the year. The organization LX ' serves rather as one for student government in the Associated Student council group than a special active social organization. CLASS or '38 Qll, rf , yt f Marvin Palmer, president, has been very prominent in athletic activities since he entered college. He was this year co-captain of the varsity football squad, was a member of the basketball squad, and has been elected to the "13", men's honorary organ- ization. He is a member of the Letterman's club and was selected Homecoming King and Most Popular Man in annual elections. Malcolm Miller, vice-president, has served as a member of the student council during the last semester, due to the inability of President Palmer to attend. He has been outstanding in the geography department and is a member of the 'l3' club. He was also selected Campus King for the Coronation ceremonies. Annie Setka has been outstanding scholastically and has served as president of the Commerce club during the past two semesters. ca pictured above are officers of the senior class .... marvin palmer, class presi- denty malcolm miller, vice-presidentg and annie setka, secretary. , , , , PACING PAGE . . . ROW ONE-ACUPP, guy, eng., phoenix-ALLEN, merle, com., superior-ALLEN, roberta, com., mesa-ALVABADO, albert, span., Clifton-ARNOLD, lois, kind.-prim., phoenix-ARVIZU, eleazar, com., globe-BACK, evelyn, eng., camp verde-BAKER, ted, com., palo verde-BANDY, calvin, ph. science, claypool-BAR NETT, eileen, com., phoenix. vw vw v vw v ROW TWG-BARTLETT, george, com., ajo-BASHAM, alma, span., phoenix-BICE, rozie m., eng., tempe-BILLINGSLEY, ralph, com., tempe-BISHOPP, dorothy, social science, phoenix-BLACKSHARE, dewey, social science, phoenix-BOHN, emma jean, home ec., douglas-BOSS, morton, biology, bisbee-BOWIE, arthur j., education, tempe -BRIMHALL, stanford, com., chandler. vw v v D ROVV THREE-BROCK, julia, ed., phoenix-BROOKBANK, beatrice, eng., lakeside- BROWN, irene, rural ed., tempe-BURREL, george a., music, safford-CARNS, cath- erine, p. e., tempe-CLAPP, Chauncey, com., pearce-CLEMENCE, harold, social sci- ence, globe-COBB, joe, ph. sc., phoenix-COCKHAN, esther, kind.-prim., buckeye- COLPORD, helen, home ec., bisbee. vw if D ff 36 0 those who are not in the pictures are. . . ALLISON, alfred, eng., chandler-ARCINEGA, charles, span., tempe-BIGGS, fred, biol., mesa-BLAKE, trances, so. sc., tempe- BLACKSHEAR, louisa, eng., globe-BREINI-IOLT, ione, eng., tempe-BRYAN, Winona, so. sc., tempe-BULL, valley, com., los angeles, Calif.-Cl-HLDERS, robert, com., pearce -COOKE, anna, p. e., phoenix-COOLEY, sarah, art, phoenix-COTA, William, biol., superior-CUNDIFF, virginia, kind. prim., glendale-CREED, janet, ed., tempe. 0 9 DAVIS, bennett, ed., miami-DECKER, iva, ed., tempe-DUDLEY, james, ed., tempe- ESBER, Virginia, eng., chandler-FREW, jack, p. e., phoenix-GARCHAR, paul, chem. phoenix-GUTSOS, gus, com., phoenix-GRANT, Carrie, biol., phoenix-GONSALES, lois, ed., tempe--GRANT, helen, ed., phoenix-l-IALTERMAN, mary, ed., tempe- H!-XLFIN, clayton, p. e., phoenix-l-IENSLEY, Wayne, ed., tempe-l-IERBERG, jean scott ed., phoenix-KEEBLER, blanche, eng., mesa-KELLER, irene, ed., tempe-KOCH, eunice, ed., miami-KORTSEN, geraldine, kind. prim., phoenix-KIDWELL, barbara, ed., tempe-LAIRD, juanita, ed., tempe-LANDER, elizabeth, ed., tempe-LEWIS, roe, so sc., mesa-MCCOMB, dorothy, kind. prim., phoenix-MCLEOD, dorothy, trench, ventura, Calif.-MANULAT, paulo, eng., phoenix--MATTHEWS, homer, so sc., phoenix -MERRILL, louise, music, phoenix. Q 0 Q Q Q I I NAGUS, floris, span., phoenix-NAKANO, aiko, eng., phoenix-NEUKARD, elva, ed., tempe-NEWHALL, mary, ed., tempe-OBY, phyllis, home ec., phoenix-OTT, ann ed., phoenix-OWENS, keith, ind. arts, payson-PAYNE, barbara, kind. primary, phoenix- Pl-HLLIPS, mildred, mus., phoenix-PIERSON, josephine, ed., tempe-PIRTLEY, lillian, ed., tempe-REID, helen h., ed., tempe-Rl-IUE, sara, so. sc., phoenix-RIOS, marcianna, kind. prim., tucson-RIDGEWAY, lillian, ed. tempe-ROBERTSON, tloyd, com., globe- RYAN, ettie, ed., tempe-RUPPENTHAL, libby, kind. prim., sikeston, mo.-SAMUELS, katherine, ed., tempe-SETKA, anne, com., globe-SELLERS, alice, ed., tempe-SMITH mary, ed., tempe-STATLER, margaret, rural ed., glendale-STEWART, leona, ed., tempe-THOMPSON, pinkey mae, home ec., phoenix-WADE, irene, ed., tempe- WATSON, Cecil, mus., phoenix-WILEY, ann, pol. sc., ray-WILLHOIT, a. j., english phoenix. 0 0 0 0 0 0 I I 37 Crockett to harris hurt to mcrrich - WEEE .. .Pwr img, ,L- 1 , V " My-I , -Q.: Q Q K Q k w - ' W , A .gg ws: -f H .V F ' '7 5 -'Q' v A 1, :', 1 , ' T ' 53 A' A 5' "" . 1' f - ' W x x i' x ,W A ' N H Y . 4 ' P - W b . g -A 'X : ,j k , ,nw S J W f- . +., V' 'ij X. 1 w, , 1 ' 51 5 f L H "-1'f"f,:53i3 ' ""' U , A' "'1ffT E if-.1 f , J- :p-'Nag 1 , ' 'f v irl . v A "5 . 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ROW TWO-EARLE, john, geog, mesa-EBELL, lillian, so. sc., phoenix-EBER, Carl, ind. arts, rochester, ind.-ECKENSTEIN, robert, chem., phoenix-ENDSLEY, herbert, so. sc. phoenix-ERICKSON, annetta, com., chandler-ESTES, dorothy, eng., phoenix -FOIZSOM, frances, ed., tempe-GAMMAGE, imon, com., casa grande-GENSLER, cora, ed., tempe. ROW THREE-GIACOMA, katherine, p. e., tombstone-GILLETTE, donald, biol. sc., glendale-GLENDENING, marjorie, biol., glendale-GOLD, hyman, so. sc., phoenix- GREGORY, milne, p. e., phoenix-HAMM, orville, hist, tempe-I-IANSBERGER, marian, com., yuma-l-IANSON, alice, kind. prim., phoenix-l-IARMON, William, math., yuma -HARRIS, gertrude, math., phoenix. ROW ONE-HART, jamie, eng., mesa--HATHCOCK, Vernon, ind. arts, mesa- HAUSKINS, alberta, ed., tempe-HERZBERG, edward, p. e., Cottonwood-HICKS, chris- tine, eng., winkleman-HINES, cornelia, eng, mesa-l-IODGES, edna, kind prim., yuma -HOLLAND, john, biol sc., tolleson-HOOPES, tern, kind. prim., mesa-HOTCHKISS, betty, eng., phoenix. ROW TWO-HAUSMAN, john, ph. sc., phoenix-HUBER, olive, ed., tempe-INOUYE, masao, com., phoenix-IAMES, gertrude, hist., phoenix-IERNIGAN, harvey, ind. arts, chandler-IOHNSTQN, leland, com., tempe-KARAM, janet, biol., nogales-KELLY, vir- ginia, so. sc., phoenix-KISER, charles, eng. portsmouth, o.-KRENTZ, anne, kind. prim., douglas. 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ROW THREE--Pl-llLLlPS, catherine, p. e., yuma-POE, stanley, ed., phoenix-POWELL, paul, geog., dysart, iowa-PRlCE, thelma, eng., phoenix-RAGSDALE, worthy, com., tempe-RAILSBACK, eldon, chem., mesa-REDMAN, margaret, com., gilbert-REID barney m., art, somerton-REVELLO, rose, home ec., jerome. I ROW ONE-RHODES, frances p. e., phoenix-ROBINSON, miriam, geog., superior- ROGEHS, Wylma, eng., thatcher-HOSEWARNE, mary, home ec., bisbee-HUSTIN, lee d., ed., phoenix-RYLANCE, george, eng., Vail-SEALE, enoch, ind. arts, prescott- SANDERS, louise, p. e., tombstone-SIRRINE, elaine, so. sc., mesa-SETKA, steve, p. e., globe. ROW TWO-SHAWLER, faye e., prim., peoria-Sl-IELDON, florence, art, miami-SlMP- SON, ollie, geog., clarkdale-SMITH, beryl, french, phoenix-SMITH, john, com., dun- can-SMITH, mildred, so. sc., clarkdale-STANDAGE, carl, ind. arts, mesa-STOUT, lehman, mus., glendale-TEYECI-IEA, fred, his., nogales-THOMAS, alfred, so. sc., globe. RCW THREE-TRASK, mary, com., patagonia-TRESNON, betty, kind. prim., phoenix- TRESNON, William, so. sc., phoenix-VAN HOCDREBEKE, Clare, p. e., huntington beach, calif.-VAUGI-lN, barbara, eng., phoenix-WADDINGTON,nellie, home ec., casa gran- de-WATSON, cecil, mus., phoenix-WATTS, arthur david, biol. sc., huntington beach, calif.-WATTS, emma, kind. prim., globe-WICKWARE, Vivian, so. sc., phoenix. ROW FCUR-WHERRIT, mary, com., durango, colo.-WHITELOCK, norton, p. e., des moines, iowa-WHITNEY, joyce, so. sc., glendale--WILLIAMS, elizabeth, kind. prim., huron, s. d.-WILLIAMS, mrs. pearl, pol. sc, tempe-WILLIAMS, robert, so. sc., phoenix -WINFBED, Winona, home ec., phoenix-WOODY, margaret, home ec., casa grande -YAGER, donald, sc., redfield, s. d. 41 CLASS CF '39 QQQQQ One of the most active classes on the campus this year was the class of 1939. Headed by Wendell Noble, this organization had chage of the annual junior-senior prom held at the Mezona in Mesa on March l9, as well as the Christmas party of the student body which was staged in the library building on the Thursday before Christmas vacation. The prom, annually the largest activity of the junior class, was this year held as a "big apple" party. Guests were treated to an -exhibition of the dance which swept the nation early in the year. A special class headed by Mr. Noble prepared the dance which fea- tured trucking, shagging, the Susie Q, and other steps. A floor show was featured pre- senting various members of the class in songs and in instrumental solos. Favors for the affair were of leather and contained the dance program and a souvenir pennant. The prom was financed through the breakage fees of the various members, a new idea sanctioned by the administration. Under this plan, members attending the formal were asked to sign a release on their breakage fees which monies were taken by the administration and deposited to the credit of the junior class. This plan for financing will be followed in the future. The Christmas party was staged under the auspices of the class at the request of the administration who felt that an affair of the sort should be inaugurated to become a tradition to be carried on in future years. lt was held in the basement of the library building. Decorations consisted of green and red crepe paper strung from the ceiling with greenery decorating the corners of the room. A balloon rack was also displayed as well as a large Christmas tree lighted with colored lights. On the stroke of midnight, Santa Claus appeared and distributed gifts in the form of red stockings filled with candy and fruits. Members of the student council graciously gave their assistance to the junior class in planning the event. Mr. Noble, class president, has been prominent in extra-curricular activities, being a member of the college quartet, college band, Mu Rho Alpha, and other musical organizations. Too, he has been prominent in drama and speech, having several large paris in 0 right, reading top to bottom. . . wendell noble, president, ronald jenkin, vice-president, and mary taylor, secretary-treasurer. rf vw 0 facing page. . .here is a scene from the first christmas party of the student body. dancing was held in the basement of the library building under gala christmas decorations and holiday festivity. 42C ' plays as Well as competing in the college oratorical and after-dinner speaking contests. Ronald Ienkin serves as vice-president and has been active in drama and athletics. Mary Taylor is secretary-treasurer. She has taken a prominent part in the affairs of the student body and has served as president of her sorority and president of the inter-soror- ity council. In addition, she has also been prominent in drama and childrens dramatics. l 43 CLASS CD '40 ,Q0Q,, X -QI ' o right. . .here are pictur- 7- :is ' ' """M-' 'Q ed officers of the sopho- 'll "' . more class. left to right ,Ml F U.. 1 K ,I are: george fleming, presi- - M . N dent, harold lebs, vice- F "' - - L, LN presidentg louise payne, J ,S- secretary-treasurer. P7 3 I L 1 --...'? - . '. Headed by George Fleming, the sophomore class went through one of its most ambitious years. Its activities commenced with the initiation of the freshman class during the tra- ditions week held at the college annually. Under a new plan, the class drew up a set of traditions and inaugurated a kangaroo court for enforcement, making the freshmen attend court each night to determine what their proper punishment was for the failure to observe the rules of the day past. Freshmen men were required to come to classes dressed in pajamas and wearing vigorous applications of vivid rouge and lipstick while the women were to come in smocks which, by insistence, were put on backwards. At the conclusion of traditions week, a large program was held at which members of the freshman class presented skits and entertainment for the benefit of the entire student body. President Grady Gammage and Dean I. O. Grimes were the featured speakers. Its second largest activity was the staging of the first freshman-sophomore prom held at the Mezona on February 26. This was a sports affair and featured a brief program by members of both the freshman and sophomore classes. Brief speeches were also given by both the freshman and sophomore presidents. They expressed the hope that the freshman-sophomore prom would continue in favor and become a traditional affair, George Fleming, the president, has been active in class affairs since his freshman year. I-le has also taken part in speech activities, being a member of the class debating team. Pat Lebs, vice-president, has been prominent in dramatics and has had leading parts in "No More Frontier," "First Lady," and other major productions. ln addition, he has entered the interpretative speaking contests of the college and has been an active member of Arizona State college's newly organized radio play production group. Louise Payne, secretary-treasurer, has taken a large part in social affairs and for two years has been appointed student member of the assembly committee. ......CLASSCJF'4l 0 left . . . pictured here are the officers of the fresh- man class. left to right- bill james, president, douglas standage, vice- presidentg and virginia kersey, secretary. vw vw Subject to the usual freshman activities was the class of l94l. At the first meeting of the class held in conjunction with the freshman orientation week of the college, Bill james from Tempe was elected temporary president. james directed the class through the annual "l-lell Week," and carried out the traditions laid down by the sopho- mores. Some trouble ensued during the sessions of the kangaroo courts but was settled to the satisfaction of both parties. However, in a conference with the administration, it was tentatively agreed that this class would abandon the freshman initiation next year. When the final election was held, james was elected permanent president and held office throughout the year. l-le was active in athletics, being a regular member of the freshman football squad which went through its entire '37-'38 season undefeated. Other duties of the class throughout the year included the management of the bonfire for Homecoming and numerous paintings of the old "T" on Tempe Butte. The Home- coming bonfQre was held between the Buttes and was followed by a parade. This class is the last who will be required to paint the "T" inasmuch as the old emblem was this year removed from the Butte to clear a space for a block "A" which will here- after be the letter of the college, now known as Arizona State Teachers college, Tempe. Douglas Standage is vice-president of the freshman class. l-le is a student from Mesa. Virginia Kersey is secretary-treasurer. Miss Kersey has been prominent in dramatics, taking her first leading role in "First Lady," a major production of the Drama Workshop. Boo w 1715! 3 ff' , f X - I , R xy' ,ff . U,-'V 74: ' ' H' ,ff V V A 'J W f Q J fix' 5.055 , fy? , ' f V u' I 'ff if X ff iyf, fifyfm L9 Apr . OM fwjfijjfljfi W iw WUJW' WW X .gQ. 5355 ' .1 ,,. I 1g,:fs'f,f .4,1.-1. .-... ,r -I :f PL . -,Q-ng 1, i 1 .'E'5.- 4 rim' I'- ba. L 'Q -.LW , ' 251.gif V u. .3- 1, Q. -x... An . 5 , 3-ha. .6- wim- . -1 V, ,TCH f Q . ATHLETICS F A A IvIEN'S ATHLETICS 0 Q Q WOMENS ATHLETICS MEN'S ATHLETICS . lavik . coaching staff Q athletic organizations 0 football Q basketball + boxing . Wrestling + baseball Q track Q tennis . golf . intrarnurals MEN'S ATHLETICS BULLDOG COACHES 0 COACH RIIWY H. LAVIK CAME TO THE ARIZONA STATE CAMPUS FIVE YEARS AGO FROM OUR SIS- TER SCHOOL AT FLAGSTAFF. ONE OF THE BEST LIKED COACHES IN TI-TE SOUTI-TVVEST, L.-XVIK WILL SERVE AS ATHLETIC D EC ' 3 Q IR 'IOR LF THE COLLEGE THIS COBIING YEAR, 0 FACING PAGE . . . COACH HILMAN XVALKER, TEAIYI-NIATE OF HOVVELL AND LINE COACH FOR THE H138 SQUAD. HOWVARD I-TERIMANN, NEWILY APPOINTED VVREISTLING COACH. ED HERZBERG, IN CHARGE OF CAMPUS INTRAIXIURAL VVORK. BILL KAJIKAVVA, FORMER RIEMBER OF 'THE DOG- TEABI AND TRAINER FOR THE PAST SEASON. COACH FRANK LINHART, BULLDOG BOXING COACH FOR TIVIIC I-'AST THREE SEASONS. COACH HONVARD XVYNN, FORMER IVIEMBER OF' THE DOG TEAM AND ASSISTANT LINE COACH FOR THE FROSH. 0 .BELO'VX' . . . COACHES: JOHN "BAT" ALLEN, A NEVVICOMER THIS YEAR, PROVED HIS WORTI-I IN COACHING A CI-IANIPIONSHIP FRESHMAN FOOT- BALL TEAIII AND AS FROSH BASKETBALL COACH. NEVV HEAD COACH, RIILLARD "DIXIE" HOVVELL, FORMERLY A MEMBER OF THE ROSE BOVVL WIN- NERS FRONI - ABAIXI E L I F ' W I AL IX. ARLI' POMLROX, HLAD BASKETBALL COACH, GOLF, TENNIS AND BACK- FIELI7 COACH FOR THE PAST THREE YEARS IN FOOTBALL. DISPLAYING ONE OF THE LEAST SUCCESSFUL TEAMS IN THE HISTORY OF the school, the Arizona State Bulldogs ended the season deep in the cellar position for the first time in many long years. The team average was terminated on the zero mark with eight losses and one tie to their credit for the l937 encounters. COACHING THE BULLDOGS FOB THE FIFTH TERM, COACH BUDY LAVIK DISPLAYED one of the strongest defensive teams in the Border conference even though they did taste defeat at every step. Outweighed and outscored, the Dogs were never what you could call outplayed, fighting to the finish our own Maroon and Gold team showed that al- though they were on the short end of the score at times, they still had plenty of fight left. BEGINNING THE SEASON WITH THE ANNUAL "FEUD" WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF Arizona Wildcats, the two teams met on the Old Pueblo field in Tucson. Holding their own against the stronger 'Cat' team, the Tempe squad showed power and speed in taking their 20-5 drulobing. Proud of their showing against the Oliver crew, Lavilfg returned home and began practice sessions for the coast trip to encounter the Santa Barbara Gauchos and the San Diego Marines. THIRTY-TWO MEMBERS OF THE BULLDOG TEAM MADE THE COAST TRIP WITH two nice victories within grasp of their claws only to take a double set-back that dropped them lower in the record standings. Meeting the strong Gauchos on Friday, October 8, in the coast city, the Tempe team took a 27-7 defeat. Off to a bad start and with the half 20-O against them, the Lavikmen made good recovery in the final half to outplay the coast team. Playing his first varsity game for the Maroon and Gold team, Shelby Pohle stood out as a possible triple-threat man only to be set back due to injuries. LEAVING THE OLD MISSION CITY, THE ARIZONA STATE CREW TRAVELED TO San Diego where they spent the week before meeting the Leathernecks of Uncle Sam's fighting Marine barracks. After several tough workouts with the San Diego State football team, the Lavikmen entered the game on Saturday, October 15, the underdogs for the battle. When the smoke had cleared away and the game was over the Tempe team was again on the short end of a close 7-U game. Taking the field at the halfway mark with the score tied O-O,the Bulldogs outplayed the Marines up until the final minute to lose the ball on a blocked punt that accounted for their only score. RETURNING TO THE COLLEGE CAMPUS WITH HOPE STILL IN THEIR HEARTS FOR their first victory, the Bulldogs began strenuous practice sessions for their annual game with their sister school, the Flagstaff Lumberjacks. Fighting for the full 60 minutes the two stubborn teams refused to give ground until the final minutes when the stronger Flagstaff squad was able to pound over the winning tally and take the game by a close 7-O score. With this win the Northern Arizona school is able to boast of three straight wins from the Bulldogs during the last two years. Under an agreement made by the two coaches, the two squads no longer play their annual two games per season. Starting this year they will meet once each year with the games alternating, one school to the other. LEAVIN G THE TEMPE CAMPUS WITH VICTORY STILL BEFORE THEM, COACH LAVIK and a squad of twenty-seven lads left for Albuquerque, New Mexico for their game with the New Mexico Lobos. Meeting the Lobos on October 29, the Dogs again tasted defeat to the tune of I5-7. Fighting from start to finish, the lowly Arizona team soon found the game over and their fifth straight setback in as many starts. With most of the team laid up because of injuries, the squad headed back in hopes of someday winning a game. HEADING THE 1937 HOMECOMING PROGRAM THIS YEAR, THE DOGS MET A STUB- born Whittier Poet squad who held the Maroon and Gold team on even terms to a 646 draw. Taking an early lead and what showed promise of being another defeat for the Dogs, the Poets gave way in the final seconds of play as Iim Nisbet pushed over the tying score. This game played on November ll proved to be one of the most success- ful of the year with an almost record crowd in the stands to help pay the expenses. I Q '-:AJ T VARSITY FOCDTBALL . . . DISPLAYING ONE OE THE ELASI-HEST PASSING TEAMS EVER WITNESSED ON A Tempe field, the Muckers from Texas Mines had little trouble in dropping the Bulldogs to the score of 19-U for their sixth defeat of the current season. Under the leadership of Kenneth I-leineman, the Miners tossed passes at will during the afternoon of play. above . . . left to right. guy acuff, center, Wiley akers, backy ted anderson, tackle, al arvizu, guard, and hilbert brady, back. stanford brimhall, tacklep leo burns, back 5 francis clevenger, guardp jim curtis, end, and paul farmer, back. PP v left . . . co-captain marvin palmer of casa grande, arizona. palmer has been a member of the arizona state squad for the last three seasons and has been one of the best ends ever turned out by the bulldog mentor. beside football, palmer is president of the senior class this year and was also voted home- coming king for the annual affair. ww v facing page . . . clare van hoorebeke, known to his friends as "dusty", filled the other half of the co-captain position. a good field general, van hoorebeke finished his football career at arizona state this season. like palmer, dusty also holds a post in the senior class, that of senior representative, 54 TRYING EOR REVENGE AFTER A 33-6 DEEEAT LAST SEASON, COACH LAVIK AND his lowly Dogs met the San lose Spartans on Goodwin field still in hopes of one little victory for the 1937 season. After taking an early 6-U lead in the first few plays of the game, the Dogs soon gave ground. With the help of "Bull" Lewis, Spartan fullback, the Coast team soon proved the best and ran up a score of 26-6 as the final gun sounded. BRINGING THEIR l937 SEASON TO A CLOSE, THE IVIAROON AND GOLD TEAM traveled to Las Cruces, New Mexico, where they met the strong New Mexico Aggies. Having little trouble with the Lavikmen, the Aggies piled up a 20-O victory. With some sixteen mem- l I ' bers of the squad playing their last game for Tempe, the entire squad fought the powerful Aggies the full 60 minutes only to end on the short side of the score. WITH TWO NEW COACHES ADDED TO THE Tempe football staff this season all eyes will be on Millard IDiXieD Howell and Hilman Walker, both former players on the I935 Rose Bowl Alabama foot- ball team. Bringing to the Tempe campus a new type of play, the Dogs are certain to end the season next fall much higher up the ladder than the past season. We of the ANNUAL STAFF hope the en- tire school will back these new coaches and give them all of the support that is necessary to put out a championship football team. Good luck to you! 55 GRADUATION WILL LEAVE A WIDE I-IOLE IN TI-IE TEMPE LINE AND BACKEIELD EOR next year but with the return of the strong Freshman squad to the ranks of varsity men, their chances of success look bright. All eyes will be on three or four frosh players when the battle gets under Way next fall. These men are, Walt Ruth, Rip Pitts, I-Iaskel I-Ienshaw, and Shelby Phole who will more than likely fit in Well with the tough frosh backfield men. Erom all indication this seems to be the starting backfield combination. above . . . left to right. art fox, end: Warner fritsch, back, milne gregory, end: emerson harvey, end, Weldon hastings, center. second row . . . mark kalastro, tackleg glen lan- dreth, end: george marich, back, bill mc Connell, center, and jim nisbet, back. rv if facing page . . . clyde phillips, back, shelby phole, back, noble riggs, guard, henry rockwell, tackle 7 and steve setka, tackle. fred teychea, guard 5 buss Watts, guard, manager justin evans, and assistant manager george bancroft. Ccoaches lavik and allen viewing the new practice machine. 0 Q Q Q Q Q M, ,-vez Z? , ,.,, . ,M ..,- V -' an , 2, l gr 1- - Yogi IMKINM' y ,Q N , 'J' WI R EIETEEN MEMBERS OE TI-IIS YEARS BULLDOG SQUAD WILL GRADUATE TI-IIS spring leaving a Iarge hoIe in the Iine. With substitutes from the past season together with many new members ot the freshman crew returning to the field next tail, thexTem1oe team should be heavier and faster than in past seasons. Much is expected from the revised Maroon and Goid squad with their chances brighter than in past years. I , I fi-"S Ii-fa' 0 facing page . . . row one-left to right. hackworth, hoffer, dralculich, ludden, hopper, ari- no, wooten, sanserino, pitts. row two . . . adee, benton, costey, norris, porobich, andrews carter, ruth. row three . . . garcia, smith, henshaw, bowo, fletcher, arnett, jones, hill I THE DOGS OPEN THEIR IQ38 SEASON ON SEPTEMBER l7, NINE DAYS AFTER practice starts, when they travel to San Iose to meet the San Iose Spartans in the Cali- fornia city. On October l they will travel to Albuquerque to meet the New Mexico Lobos after which they will return to the valley to give the fans their first chance to see them in action when they engage the Cal Tech Engineers on Saturday, October 8. THE NEXT GAME IS WITH THE FLAGSTAFF LUMBERIACKS IN THE NORTHERN CITY, on October .l5. On October 22 the Dogs meet the New Mexico Aggies on Goodwin field followed with a contest 'with La Verne college. This marks the first time' the Tempe Bulldogs have met the strong California school in their football career. THE BIG GAME OF THE YEAR WILL BE PLAYED IN PHOENIX ON NOVEMBER I2 when the Maroon and Gold team meets the strong Hardin-Simmons university. Along with the football team, the university will send their world famous Cowboy band. TEMPE WILL FINISH IT'S SEASON WITH THE LAST TWO GAMES AWAY FROM home when they travel to El Paso on November I9 to meet the Texas Miners followed the next week-end with the Whittier college Poets played on the California home soil Saturday, November 26. Two open dates are Saturday, September 24th and Saturday, October 29th. Both of these dates will be filled before the l938 season gets under way. DOING AWAY WITH THE OLD SYSTEM AND BRIN GIN G A MODIFIED NOTRE DAME style of play into the valley, football fans are certain to see a new wide open type of play next fall. Passing over the center of the line will be a treat for the fans to watch. 58 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL UNDER THE FINE LEADERSHIP OF COACH IOHN "BAT" ALLEN, THE ARIZONA State Freshman team was able to finish the l937 season with only one set-back, that being a 6-O loss at the hands of the powerful Arizona State Varsity Members. AFTER DROPPING THE FIRST GAME TO THE TUNE OF 6-O, THE FRESHMAN traveled to Globe Where they met the strong Globe All-Stars. After the smoke had cleared, the Allen aggregation was on the long end of a I3-6 score. The All-Star squad was composed of former Dog members as well as several All-American lads. In the closing minutes, McEuen grabbed a long pass and galloped 65 yards for the final score. ON OCTOBER 8, THE FROSH TRAVELED TO SACATON WHERE THEY DOWNED A stubborn Sacaton Indian team to the score of 25-0.4 This game proved just a practice game for the stronger froshl squad and little was gained by the annual track meet. FACING ONE OF THEIR TOUGHEST OPPONENTS OF THE YEAR THE FRESHMAN returned to the campus and began strenuous Workouts for the annual battle with the Phoenix Iunior College Bears. Playing one of the best games of the X ear, the Tempe frosh winning 27-6. Almost every member of the backfield scored at will over the Bears. RENEWING THEIR OLD "FEUD" RATTLE WITH THE WILDKITTENS OF THE UNIVERSITY of Arizona, the Bullpups spent the next Week Working on an aerial attack to launch against the Mcliale men. After a hard fought battle that looked like a certain O-O tie, the Tempe lads finally pushed over a score to find the score at 6-U in their favor. TRAVELING TO PRESCOTT THE NEXT WEEK-END THE PUPS KEPT THEIR RECORD clear with a I3-O Win over the Flagstaff F rosh. Both teams fought on even terms until the last guarter when the Tempe sgud went Wild and ran up I3 points to Win. PLAYING THEIR LAST GAME AWAY FROM HOME AND ON TURKEY DAY, THE Allen lads downed the Gila Monsters to the tune of 44-O. In a game that' proved the Frosh had power, speed, and could launch an aerial attack if necessary, the Arizona Frosh ended the year With one of the best records ever recorded by a freshman team. 59 0 above . . . left to right . . . back row-brimhall, shumway, whitelocli, alcer, burns, downey, glitsos. row two . . . acuff, brady, riggs, foster, thomas, fritsch, kalastro, land- reth, nisbet, phillips, hastings. row one . . . evans, smith, alvardo, farmer, mallogue clemence, peterson. 0 , 9 , , , 0 l..ETTERMEN'S CLUB o 9 o The l..ettermen's Association is an organization of all men Who have earned their var- I sity A. lt was organized this year as a college service club to replace some of the disorganized activity of the lettermen. President of the organization is Guy Acuff. ln an effort' to raise funds, the Lettermen's organization held abox social in the gymnasium on April 8. Each Woman attending the function brought a box which was auctioned off to the highest bidder. Another activity Was the building of the 'A' on Tempe Butte to replace the old 'T' which was torn off earlier in the year. When finished the 'A' will be a large block letter corresponding to the letter Which is awarded for the various sports. lt Will be approximately the size of the letter on the 'A' mountain at Tucson. The pro- ject is merely sponsored by the l.ettermen's organization and the Work is being done in large measure by members of the student body at large. The purpose of the group is to promote Worthwhile college activities and to serve the college in any way possible. Any student Who has earned his 'A' is entitled to membership in the lettermen's club. it I .t t: ttttrrrs,mMm5..tttt trwt E- ,,ttttt.,tti,, I 0 left to right . . . parker archer, forwardp gus glitsos, guard: guard and cen- terp hank jones, center and forward. , , , , , BASKETBALL QQQQQ WITH FOOTBALL OVER AND BASKETBALL TAKING THE SPOTLIGHT IN COLLEGE sports, Coach Earle Pomeroy began putting his Arizona State Bulldogs through strenu- ous drills in hopes of reaching the top of the border conference ladder this year. With the return of all but two of last year's team, the prospects looked more than bright. STARTING THE SEASON WITH A 40-32 VICTORY OVER THE ONTARIO Y. M. C. A. the Bulldogs showed promise of being the top-notch team of the year. This first game was played on the college court before the Christmas v a ca ti on was started. UNDER STRAIN OF A HARD TRIP, THE POMEROY MEN DROPPED THE FIRST TWO games of their annual barnstorming trip to the fast moving San Diego State squad to scores of 55-46 and 47-27. Moving on to Los Angeles the Dogs dropped another game to the small Chapman College quintet by a score of 49-32. Traveling on to Ontario, the Tempe team again met the fast Y. M. C. A. team only to be dropped by the score of 50-44. ALMOST CERTAIN OE A TWIN DEE EAT, THE TEMPE SOUAD TRAVELED TO THE OLD Pueblo city of Tucson to walk away with a startling up-set series win. This was the first time in I5 years that the Dogs ever took two straight games from the Wildcats. The scores of the wins were 52-4l and 37-34. -Ear-Uones was the outstanding scorer for Tempe. WITH HOPES STILL HIGH EROM THE CAT VICTORY, THE POMEROY MEN TOOK two stinging defeats from the fast moving Conference champions of l937, the New Mexico Aggies to the tune of 50-45 and Sl-48. The scoring machine of Finley, Martinez, and Saenz proved to much for the slower moving Arizona State college Bulldogs. 61 'Loy ,.,.,,.g,'s1iE'T.5 I5,.:V ix- N CERTAIN OF THE NEXT TWO GAMES, THE TEMPE TEAM WAS VERY SURPRISED TO find themselves on the short end of a 37-36 score at the hands of the Flagstaff Teachers. Determined to even the series, the Dogmen entered the floor the second night in high spirits and downed the Axmen to the score of 43-31. Throughout the game all eyes were on Worth Phelps, former conference scoring leader who had just returned to the Dogs. PACKING THEIR TRUNKS AND SHIRTS POR A WEEICS TRIP, THE TEMPE TEAM LOOK- ed certain to take all but two games on the road trip. Meeting the New Mexico Lobos in a two game series the Dogs were just able to split the close meeting with them. The first game found the score at 49-39 in favor of the Lobos with the second 42-27 with the Bull- dogs on the long end. Taking the road again the next day the Dogs again met the strong loop leading Aggies. When the series was over, true to all predictions the Aggies again won both games by the scores of 57-44 and 69-47. Still on the run the Maroon and Gold team dropped a heart breaking game to the lowly Texas Miners to the score of 42-35. Determined to make up for their defeat, the Dogs came back the next night to win 40-35. WITH THEIR CHANCES OP BARELY WINNING THIRD PLACE IN THE CONFERENCE the Tempe Dogs returned home to hold their slim lead again with a two game series with the Texas Miners. Much to everyone's surprise the two teams again split the series. The Pomeroymen took the first meeting without much trouble to the tune of 50-35 only to be set back the second night in a game that was a thrill from start to finish, final score 40-38. 0 above . . . dwight peterson, forward, sandy phillips, guard, all 'FJ c n action. below . . . harold clemence, co- ' ' if , , . . . captain. facing page . . . above-hank Jones in action. boyd "Il I 4- I I ' shumway, forward, norton whitelock, guard. below . . . melvin YAZU4' if owens, co-captain. 0 0 Q 9 Q MEETING THEIR OLD FOES, THE ENKEMEN FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, again, the Bulldogs pulled the unbelievable by sweeping the iour games from under their noses. This is the first time in the history oi both schools that the Dogs have ever taken a complete tour game meeting irom the Wildcats. Taking an early lead the Bull- dogs were never bothered throughout the tirst game with the final score 49-3l. Taking the iloor for the second battle, the two teams played a rough and tough game with sev- eral irom both schools being set out ot the game by the foul route. With but a few minutes leit to play, the Bulldogs took a slim lead and ended the game with a 44-38 win. PLAYING THE FINAL GAME OF THE l938 SEASON, THE DOGS TRAVELED TO FLAG- staii where they again won a two game series from the stubborn Northern team. Tak- ing the first game 46-30, the Pomeroymen took a scare in the second game when they held a I8-I7 lead at half-time. Coming back with a fast breaking attack the second halt, the Bulldogs soon drew away from the McOreary men to take the final game 47-35. GRADUATION WILL ALMOST RUIN THE TEAM FOR NEXT SEASON WITH LITTLE hopes oi again taking third place. With four New Mexico Aggies a com- posing the All-Border conference team this year Tempe placed one man on the All-Stars. CONGRATULATIONS TO COACH EARLE POMEROY AND THE BULLDOGS FOR THEIR fine showing this season. We also wish to show our appreciation to Harold Olemence and Melvin Owens, co-captains for the Arizona State college 1938 Bulldog team. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL THE PEAGREEN ERS OF ARIZONA STATE MADE A FINE SHOW- ing this year in the hoop throwing matches. Under the leadership of Coach "Bat" Allen the first semester and Graduate Manager Tom Lillico the second, the F rosh squad upset the leaders through- -...IZDP out the state and managed to break about even for the season. 63 BASEBALL ,QQQQQ BRINGING UP THE LAST OE THE COLLEGE SPORTS TO THE FRONT OE THE PICTURE we give these two pages to baseball. Playing a total of ten games for the season the Bulldogs won the first two games in a row before tasting defeat at the hands of the Cats. MEETING THE EVER STRONG CCC CAMP TEAM, COACH THOMAS LILLICO AND HIS lads pounded out a easy 7-3 win on the home field. Using Harold Clemence on the mound and the best eight left,, the Dogs won the game on the fine fielding and pitching of Clemence. The first team at this time was composed of Iones, catcher, Clemence in the box, Adams at first, V. Ortega at second, E. Ortega at third, Dixon at short, Betts, Hunsaker and Eulgum in the field. This line-up however was changed several times. PLAYING THE GILA BEND TOWN TEAM IN THEIR NEXT BATTLE, THE BULLDOGS behind the three hit pitching of Marich took the win by a II-O score. This match feat- ured an errorless game onthe part of the Dogs and was played on the Gila home field. NEXT ON THEIR LIST CAME THE WILDCATS OE THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA WITH the two teams playing a three game series on the Tucson field. During this meeting 0 above . . . left to right-row one-arnett, arvizu, dixon, glitsos, hastings. row two . . . hunsalcer, V. jones, marich, v. ortega, thomas. below . . . clemence, captain. facing page . . . 'earl uige-sLcoach lillico's pep talk, john dixon. , , 0 64 I . Coach Lillico used his full staff of pitchers in an effort to stop the slaughter led by Lowery and Slagel. Only once during the three game series did the Dogs threaten the Mcliale men, this being the second game with Clemence again on the mound for the Dogs. With the game well in their own hands with the score 4-3 in the last inning, the Cats came back- to score two runs on errors to again stop the Dogs. The last game of the meeting featured the entire staff of pitchers taking their chance to stop the Cats hitting spree with no luck at all. Each of the Tempe pitchers received his chance in the box. THE FOLLOWING WEEK THE TUCSON TEAM CAME TO THE TEMPE CAMPUS TO again stop the Dogs for the fourth and fifth straight times. In their first meeting on the home campus the Dogs started their favorite pitcher "School-Boy" Clemence who held the Cats in check throughout the game but dropped the contest because of errors on the part of the entire squad. In their second contest, Coach Lillico started Eloyd "Bud" Arnett who had trouble lasting the first three innings. After pounding the staff of Tempe pitchers at will, the Tucson outfit again returned home with the record of winning the last IU games from the Bulldogs Squad. The Maroon and Gold squad has not de- feated the Wildcats once during the last two seasons. but hopes are still high for a win. DURING THE EASTER VACATION, COACH LILLICO AND HIS TEAM TRAVELED TO Old Mexico where they played a three game series with the Hermosillo town team. Although on the short end of two games, the Lillicomen were able to pound out one win. PLAYING THEIR LAST GAME OE THE SEASON AWAY FROM HOME THE TEMPE squad met the Leathernecks of Uncle Sam's Marine barracks in San Diego, Cali- fornia. At the time the book went to press there were no scores available. 65 25 0 above . . . left to right I - row one - arnett, aker, patrick. row two . . . kalastro, rylance, foster. below . . . john smith, track captain. facing page . . . row one -brady, burns, de kel- A lis, keith, gregory. row two - hollar, meeker, rockwell, phillips, pohle. , , , TRACK iQ,iQQii0 UNDER THE FINE LEADERSHIP OF COACHES RUDY LAVIK AND HOWARD WYNN, the Arizona State track and field team with some thirty members again this year stood out as a big threat to each and every team that Arizona State met this season. LOSING THE FIRST MEET TO THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA WILDCATS, THE BULL- dogs at once began strenuous Workouts in hopes of capturing several of the Border conference titles held May I4 on the Dog campus. Although outclassed from start to finish during the Cat meet, the Maroon and Gold team was able to take several firsts. RUNNING THE HURDLES, BOTH HIGH AND LOW, WAS CAPTAIN IOHN SMITH WHO proved his Worth as one of the best captains to date. Smith placed in both hurdles in the Cat meet and held his own with the best dur ing the Flagstaff meet and Conference battle. BUD ARNETT H A D LITTLE T R O UB L E K throughout the e n ti r e track season, in ,, ' f,,Q-15453 9521. .IL :frfiu ' ',x ' F. ,, . v'-JL! 7.7 ,nl .. .L kgs? ,M 1 66 r M, .4 . , Ezine .. 5-:if-ffP"'12i3-"'ZE',f 'U Q . ,. ,, kg hoisting the Iaveline through the air and out of reach of all of his opponents. Although little in size, Bud can throw the stick around the 200 foot marker almost every try. PACING THE WAY IN THE 220 AND THE 440 WE EIN D CURTIS BURNS, A TALL BLOND headed lad from Pruneland. Burns last season as well as the past season held his own in these two events taking several first and second places for Arizona State College. IN THE DISCUS THROWING EVENTS AND THE SHOT PUT BATTLES TEMPE POUND Mark Kalastro and Hank Rockwell able to toss at will to take several points from time to time. Both men will return next year ready to take up their football and track duties. GRABBING CEE SEVERAL FIRST PLACE TITLES IN THE BROADIUMP MATCHES Wily Akers was able to jump over the 20 marker at will to take many points from his opponents and help the Bulldogs to pile up a good lead from time to time. Porry Patrick another Prunelander set the pace in the low hurdles and broadjump placing in practi- cally every meet. Iohn Hollar trying to set a new conference record in the high jump was able to leap over' the six foot marker in each meet but could never reach the six foot two record of Kenneth Heywood. In the Pole Vault events for the Dogs we find Tom Deliellis, Hilbert Brady and Bill Tresnon dong the sky shooting work. Deliellis a former Wildcat trackster is able to clear the I2 foot bar during practice but finds it hard in a meet. 4 I ff' x Q ,x .I tl T I srf r it ' 2 s NT. K' ' m A I Q ui. . A lvl it 5 ,W Y 1 1 Y I .... .. S I I , r 'f:L - - ' f sl .,.r ' -f I " .,,' Q , I f 1 it -. ,X ,gg 0 ,M if - I . I I ' ' ... , . . A "U, f"' 1 . i,E!.'ug , J LH 1613 5 , ' I . ' 4 , 9 ' I V ,i H l A A X " I 'fm E N fri? I x .LLM ...- 1 x ' , 67 BOXING . BOXING WAS FIRST INTRODUCED to the Arizona State campus two years ago by Coach Frank Linhart and has held a highlight in sports since that time. During his time here as Coach, E rank has brought several titles to the Maroon and Gold school. He has also brought the name of the Tempe school before the public from New Mexico to the Pacific Coast. LAST YEAR THE DOGS UNDER- took their first big test, meeting sev- eral of the top-notch teams of the county. Coach Linhart was proud ittllit ' W 'Vlil ' of the showing made by his Dogs and has since made one of the strongest and most feared team. THIS SEASON THE BULLDOGS entered four meets and came out on top in half of them. Their first battle was the match held in the Tempe ring with the strong Trinity Church team of Phoenix. Taking all but two matches of this meet the Arizona State Teachers College coach was sure that his lads would finish the year in the undefeated class. TRAVELING TO TUCSON THE RULLDOGS CAME OUT ON THE SHORT END OF THE dual meet due to forfeits that they were forced to give during the match. All in all the team made a good showing with the main light of the night shining on two bouts, those being Leland Iohnson and Bobby Hilburn. Iohnson won his fight after a bad start force- ing his man to give ground in the last round. Hilburn ran into some stiff competition and finally lost due to the refrees decision after the fans had voted him the win. THE NEXT MATCHES FOUND THE NEW MEXICO LOBOS INVADING THE TEMPE LAIR with the Dogs pounding out a safe margin of 5-3 wins. Tom COne Punchl McGarry made his first comeback trial and was dropped to the canvas before the fight was over. The next foes were the San lose Spartans with the home lads dropping a close meet to them. The California team with much more experience had little difficulty in stopping the Dogs. THE FINAL FIGHTS OE THE YEAR WERE HELD IN ELAGSTAEF WITH TEMPE ABLE TO pound out but one win of the Intercollegiatebattle. Bobby Hilburn made it three straight wins in the 125 pound division to give him the title and sole possession of the crown. 68 TENNIS .. eorr . . . la TAKING THE LEAD OE THE MINOR k sports is tennis, for the past four years this fine sport has been under the able direction of Coach Earle U I -'ji 'Fe .I 'iii it I ' if . " 1 Aint. .,g T' ' 1 , Q , Pomeroy. Many meets were held during the winter season with the Maroon and Gold team taking either the singles or the double crown in almost every match they entered. ROBE RT CHILDERS AND BILL Saban worked together to take over the double title of the valley. Both Saban and Childers played in the singles and during many matches were able to enter the semi-finals. 0 above . . . left to right--tennis-saban, bandy, During the last year Childers has childers, hill. below . . . golf-hastings, tyler . . kh , h b k . been working with Coach Pomeroy SWQC Qmmer Van Dore S e ' Q 0 developing many new prospects in the field. With only a few matches played at the time this book went to the printers, all teams throughout the valley gave the teama good chance for the conference crown. TAKING TO THE ARIZONA COW PASTURES THIS YEAR, THE ARIZONA STATE POUR- some was composed of Clara Van Hoorebeke, Robert Swackhammer, Weldon Hast- ings, and Iack Tyler. The group spent the year touring the fields in the low 8O's. With a lack of funds this season, the Tempe team had to be content to battle among themselves. Outside competition was a thing of the past with only one meet. AFTER WINNING THE CHANDLER TROPHY CUP E OR THREE STRAIGHT YEARS THE Bulldog team gradually fell by the wayside. With some IUO students interested in this sport and taking part in it throughout the year, all haste is being made to make golf a major sport in the conference with each school competiting in this line of sport. WITH BUT THE BORDER CONFERENCE RACE THIS YEAR TO TEST THEIR ABILITY the ArQzona State stick wielders will try to capture this crown for the second time. If the Tempe turf removers should find themselves lucky they will take the conference title and thereby gain possession of the title for good. Much depends on the outcome of this meet. 6 WOMEN'S .. ATHLETICS v coaching staff Q HA" club + W. A. A. v archery Q tennis 0 golf . softball Q dancing fi. i.. Us :ll Alai lfdilu .silk ' ik? ,L-1 " , A R . x,., I VF 8.1mm b 'E-ev.:-+-dw y z- m f, ' ,mf"' - 5, In 5 I -?.- - 4' 'f'i4,. - ' n -i-LL I' 1" ,,,...,... , P' -'-'H , ff gf mt A1m':w w 1 -. EM4 XMU 'V hw xggdux M' Q 4" MV' N li - ff 1 fi . ,,,. F4 lf, Wa .gk ag P WOMEN'S ATHLETICS '--H 41' COACHING STAFF Q . ., l-leading the Women's physical education de- partment is Miss Nina Murphy. Miss Murphy is a graduate of Tempe and has been a mem- ber of the faculty for a number of years. She coaches hockey, basketball, softball, and vol- leyball. She has been instrumental in making the Wornen's athletic department at Arizona State college among the best in the state. Miss lanet Wood is also outstanding in training 0 facing page . . . "a" club-cath- erine phillips, katherine giacoma, and catherine carns. W. a. a. council . . . back row-katherine giacoma, and louise miller. first row . . . elaine olmstead, mildred mc frederick, stella rnedigovich. above . . . left to right nina murphy, janet Wood, and dorothy gillanders. vw ww physical education students. She has coached champions in archery, golf, and tennis. Among her duties is the supervision of student teachers at 8th St. and the Training school. New to the campus this year, Miss Dorothy Gillanders serves as dancing instructor. She has made possible more dancing classes than have been offered for several years. The first annual dance recital given in May was her contribution to this year's activities. 72 ""v"',,g M.......--.n.45., It , ffl, X' "CLUB., 0 , W. A. A. The "A" Club is an honorary physical education organization for women, organized last year, through which the Women's Athletic Association give recognization to its members. The club seeks to promote a high standard of sportsmanship and interest in partici- pation in athletic activities and dancing among the women ot the Arizona State campus. Women who have earned membership in the "A" club are Catherine Phillips, president Catherine Carns, Katherine Giacoma, Louise Sanders, Louise Miller, and Elizabeth Rose. Associate members are Mary Frances McAllister, Stella Medigovich, Nellie Setka, Loree Brown, Edna Stockton, Verda Byrne, Elizabeth Snapp. Miss Dorothy Cfillanders is sponsor. I The Women's Athletic Association at Arizona State was organized and a constitu- tion adopted in l93Q by a group of Women students who were particularly interested in games and sports. Then, as now, the association was an organization open to all Women of the college who had, through intramural competition in any sport or dance, acquired 25 points. The aim is to further interest in participation in athletic activities. Member- ship this year totals approximately ZOU Women and sponsors contest for 400 Women. The Arizona State association has been recognized and holds membership in the Athletic Federation of College Women, a national organization of college women. The W. A. A. sponsors play days, sports-day with the University ot Arizona, and Phoenix lunior College, archery, tennis, golf, state and national tournaments, hikes, and teas. The annual spring banquet held each year concludes the year's Work and at this tinal initiation services are held, awards are given, and officers for the tollowing year elected. 11W ARCHERY . lncluded as a part of the Women's athletic activity program since l928, archery has grown in interest so greatly that in l938 there are approximately 90 students participating in class, intramural, or inter-collegiate meets. The Women's Athletic Association holds mem- bership in the National Archers' Association which sponsors all official meets in the United States and also is a member oi the State Archery 0 0 0 0 0 0 above . . . stella medigovich. row one-rosetta syll, helen schillar, loree brown, stella medigovich, joyce dunn, elaine olmstead. second row . . . tony roomsburg, verda byrne, marjorie hill, meridith young, annet- ta ericlcson, eileen limbaclc. facing page . . . Women's athletic associa- tion. meridith young ww vw Association. This year, as ior the past tour years, Tempe has entered participants in the State meet and won recognition. Stella Medigovich placed second in the champion- ship round: Meredith Young tied the Wo rl d re c ord in the Wand shoot. Features sponsored by the Women's Athletic Association consist ot the annual National Winter lnter-collegiate Telegraphic meet sponsored by the Women's division ot the A. P. E. A., department ot physical education at Corvallis, Oregon. Entrants from l3 states were included in this tournament and Arizona State Won second in several oi the events. Another event of interest was the entering oi students in the National intercollegiate Tele- graphic meet sponsored by the National Archery Association ot which WAA is a mem- bed. High scores for the Week oi April 2l to 28 were ,telegraphed to the National Ass'n. Eirst squad are Marjorie Hill, Stella Medigovich, Meredith Young, and Verda Byrne. Also loyce Dunn, Nancy Land, Tony Roomsburg, Rosetta Syll, Elaine Olmstead, Helen Emmons, Helen Schillar, Cora Gensler, Anneta Erickson, Ena Dodd, and Mary McAllister. 74 I no. . H is HOCKEY is one of the most strenuous, difficult, and intriguing major sport entered into by the girl athletes. Besides intra-mural competition, games with Phoenix Iunior College, University of Arizona, and Phoenix Becreational Club were played with Arizona State College, Tempe taking wins over all but the University of Arizona. All dormitories and off-campus women entered teams in the intramural race with Cff- campus taking first and North and West l-lalls winning second and third. NellieSetka is hockey manager taking care of all equipment and the intra-mural pro- gram. Eirst team are Betty Aepli, Loree Brown, Catherine Carns, Katherine Cfiacoma, Virginia lrvine, Mary Lewis, Louise Miller, Elaine Olmstead, Catherine Phillips, Eliza- beth Bose, Nellie Setka, Elizabeth Snapp, Mary McAllister, and Mildred Mclfrederick. BASKETBALL-Although lack of facilities and funds have limited the number of partici- pants and the type of program, it is one of the best liked sports in the women's athletics. No intra-murals were held this year nor was the annual winter sports day at Tucson. A series of games were played with Phoenix teams, Scottsdale, and Phoenix lndian school. The first string team consists of Catherine Phillips, manager, Catherine Carns, Louise Mil- ler, Louise Sanders, Elizabeth Bose, Ardyce Bell, Elizabeth Snapp, Katherine Giacoma. Second team are Loree Brown, Nellie Setka, Elaine Olmstead, Ioyce Dunn, Mary Mc- Allister, Della Skousen, Lois Barbour, Frances Pugh, lean Wilson, and lda Betty Clark .75 ssgmwt It it -Www YES? 1' N f i ' fl' . tp . ., - TENNIS ,,QQ0QQ0Q 0 aboye . . . lois barbour, billie fehr- T ' , 'E ' 'E , ennis he firs dual sport to be offered here, man, hele D Sherman, ehzqbeth is also one of the most popular. lntra-mural, hampton, elizabeth rose, leqmq Stew- inter-school, state and group tournaments are art, lOL1iSG miller. C1liC-9 l'lCI1'1SOl'1. fac- ing page . . . cornelia brown, carried on during the entire school year. This elizabeth snapp, ena dodd, elizabeth is the only women's sport which has not only rose. D X a first and second team, but also a team com- posed entirely of freshman college women. The intra-mural tournament between halls and Off-campus women was won by Lois Barbour, member of the Off-campus team. North Hall was awarded recogni- tion for having the greatest number of participants playing this season. Among the tournaments entered the year were the Phoenix City tournament, the State meet, the Chandler tournament in which Elizabeth Bose won first place. Members of the varsity squad are Lois Barbour, Elizabeth Bose, l-lelen Sherman, Eliza- beth l-lampton, Leona Stewart, Thelma Price, Surretta Paddock, with Lonnie Gilliland, Mgr. Freshman are lean Wilson, Ardyce Bell, Grace Patterson, Opal Trejo, Dorothy Wilcox. 76 ...,.f......GOLF Golf seems to have come to a sudden awakening this year for it has shown the greatest number of entrants into intra-mural competition that was ever known before. Because of lack of transportation facilities, intra-murals this year consisted of scores made on driving distances and on a 5-hole improvised approach course on the campus. ln the play day with the University held at Tucson in the fall, Tempe did not place, how- ever in the spring play day with Phoenix lunior College and the University of Arizona held in Tempe, Arizona State College placed first in three of the four matches and tied one. Ena Dodd took first in the meet with Cornelia Brown, second, and Helen Emmons winning her match. Elizabeth Bose tied her match with the Tucson entrant. ln these meets handicap match play was in the form of organization. The squad members are Elizabeth Bose, manager, Ena Dodd, Helen Emmons, Cornelia Brown, Elizabeth Snapp, Betty Aepli, luanima Iernigan, Mary Long, and lean Gibson. With more money to be given to this department next year, Gilt is certain to take the lead of the women's sports in years to come. Some hundred or better women have shown interest in taking part in Golf and under the able direction of Miss Wood much is expect- ed from the College co-ed team for next year. Many new oppenents have been scheduled already with more competition taking the team out of the valley for tougher foes to meet. SOFTBALL ,,0Q0Q Softball has become one of the most popular I I I I 0 above . . . in action, louise miller, forms of wornen's athletics since it started in '35, I I I lcatherine giacoma, louise sanders. ln this sport both intramural and inter-collegiate I I facing . . . a scene from the first competition are offered. Outstanding features I annual dance recital. vw v of the season for both teams were the Sports Day games which included both University of Arizona and Phoenix Junior college women. The women softballers played two games with the faculty men, winning one and losing one. They won from Alpha l-lall and lost to East. ln a game with PBSW the Arizona State College team won 3 to l when the game was called because of darkness. Louise Miller pitched for the first team with Catherine Phillips, catcherg Louise Sanders, first base, Katherine Giacoma, second base, loyce Dunn, second base, Ruth Gillette, third base, Louis Barbour, shortstop, Elizebeth Bose and Iulie Sancet, center field, Mary Frances McAllister, left field, and QM Setka played the right field. Betty Aepli pitched for the second team. Other members were Dorothy Oharlebois, Frances Pugh, Della Skousen, Elaine Olrnstead, Verda Byrne, Mary Lewis, Elizabeth Snapp, Ardyce Bell, lean Wilson, Loree Brown, and Eva Setka. vw vw 78 Q. Q. K, ., . , DANCING DANCING-lntra-murals in dancing were held for the first time this year under the direction of Harriette Lovett, manager. The basis of organization was similar to other intra-mural activities and included competition between halls and off-campus women. Matthews hall won first place, with South hall, Off-campus, and West hall teams plac- ing second, third and fourth. Members of the winning team were Ada Cohen, captain, Olive Barnes, Helen Stamatis, Nellie Bird Savoy, Frances Pugh, Dorothy Egan, Mary Frances McAllister, and Betty Treasnon. w vw Cther activities sponsored by the dance dQvision were dance assembly programs, the Coronation program, "Old King Cole", the Christmas assembly, "The Iugglerng andthe first annual recital of modern dance. VOLLEYBALL'-The first major sport for women is volleyball. ln this sport both intra- mural and varsity teams compete. ln intra-mural competition, West hall won first place. From the group reporting for practice, first and second teams were chosen and both teams were represented in varsity competition. 77 77 First team members are Ardyce Bell, Catherine Carns, Virginia Irvine, Mary Frances McAllister, Louise Sanders, Louise Miller, Catherine Phillips, Elizabeth Bose, lulie Sancet, Verda Byrne. ww 57 Seconds are Loree Brown, lda Betty Clark, Frances Pugh, Dorothy Charlebois, and Wylma Duke. BOO 1 w I 1 I 1 V 1 A F 1 Q 1 1 1 W v . f , , 1 r X ! A 1 2 1 , , . i .. , .. .. W-, ,1g,.!,,k, MMAQ, MMLMMQ C NmafZiJlg-Am fl ,IMA J-fVV'0r0 f-1--0.x0G7,4.,f,,,,,.,,L4,vL,-f-fb ' V jjjj15M,,WMg0v,fjT,A75,,A.A7LM 0,.wQ+,h1p,U-Af-JfbfLJfu- ' ' ,Iw,jUvTfk,fJJ,!f4f-fAx.w6bUfW'f7fff-fS-fA'MT""'5'y'7 ' fwffbbgwmgw-PM inf-JIV74L ,f WWMWWVMVAWM fMffwfMWWITfTTfTf I I r A7Mff,'f.Ii.,z if CAMPUS LIFE A PERSONALITIES .... EXTRA-CURIQICULAII ACTIVITIES HONOR!-RRY ORGANIZATIONS ..... DOIIMITORIES SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS PERSCDNALITIES . homecoming king . homecoming queen . campus king Q campus queen Q most popular man + most popular Woman . best man athlete 0 best Woman athlete H 'NX N ip- L I 20 3 - W Rf- E V 'fra 4 4 I5 f A '.-QFJI4-'flirsfi X ' bf 5 5 Q ffl -f N u qu ff u In xx 1 f , W f If I r1- PERSONALITIES "' ' Y U u.. QT 'Q 0 0 0 0 homecoming king Marvin Palmer was elected looth as most popular man and as Home- coming king. Palmer is a member of the Pi Delta Sigma fraternity, a member of the 'l3' club, and presi- homecoming queen , Q, 4, Q, Margaret Spain, Zeta Sigma, was selected loy student vote as the most popular Woman student on the campus as Well as Homecom- ing gueen. She Was secretary of the dent of the senior class. He is the only man ever to be selected for both of these positions of honor. During his term in the college he has been very active in student affairs and has participated in all the social functions of his organization. He aided in the staging of the junior-senior prom and has supervised all class activities during the year. Recently he re- linquished his post on the student council due to night class interference with his duties. ln addition to his other extra-curricular and academic work, Palmer has been an outstanding college athlete. He has been a member of the varsity football squad for two years and has been a member of the Bulldog basketball team. This season he was co-captain of the foot- ball team with Clare Van Hoorebeke. He has played both end and back forthe Bulldogs. Associated Student Body during the past year. During her term of office, she took a large part in the revision of the student constitution and served as a member of the committee which drew up the new form of student government. She aided in the supervising of Home- coming, Parent day, High School Presidents' day and many other student functions. One of the most outstanding women of the institution, she has held high honor all during her college career. She is the only woman in the history of the college ever to be chosen to both the position of Homecoming queen and most popular woman. She has been active in her sorority in all the affairs it has staged and for this as well as other services, she was awarded membership in the Pleiades, honor society. She is a junior at the present time. I 87 campus king Malcolm Miller, senior, was this year chosen campus king. Miller is a member of the Pi Delta Sigma fraternity and president of the 'l3', honorary club. He was elected campus queen Christine Hicks, Zeta Siqma, was elected campus queen. She is president of the Associated Wo- men students, a member oi the Sigma Tau Delta, national English as president of this honorary group at the end of the first quarter and has since built the organization into one of the most active of the hon o rarie s. Plans inaugurated by Miller which will be carried out in next year's program as the trophy room of the 'l3' club and an annual social affair which will be given for the entire student body. l-le has majored in geo- graphy during his term in college and has served as assistant to Prof. I. Wenger Hoover, head of the department. l-le has been commended by Mr. Hoover as a student of high caliber and recommended to the college administrative heads as one of the first students to receive the proposed fellowships for graduate students. l-le will return to the college as a fellow in this department next year. Also Miller has served as a member of the annual staff. fraternity, and of the Pleiades. During her term as president of the Associated Women Stud- ents she has inaugerated and operated the first constitution that the organization has and has built the affiliation of women students into one of the most powerful and active organi- zations on the campus. She secured a college appropriation for AWS activities this year making the first time that such a request was granted. With these funds, she supervised the AWS tea at the beginning ofthe year which was held for all freshmen women. ln addition she staged the AWS formal which was one of the most successful events of the college social calendar. She recently returned from Pullman, Washington, where she attended the annual conference of AWS from the West. l-lere she gathered a number of ideas for next year. 89 best man athlete Clyde CSa1'1dyl Phtlllps was named best man athlete l-le has elqht letters from the college ln football basketball and track An all state backtleld man he came to the col woman athlete Loulse M1lle1' recelved the honor of bemq elected the best Woman athlete ot the college Although she 1S only a sophomore thts 1S the second year she has held thls bestooott. f lege from Yuma high school where he was rated as one of the best athletes turned out of the Criminal ranks. During his college career he has been a regular back on the Varsity squad, a basketball, and track man and has earned eight letters. l-le is one of the few ever to attend Arizona State and achieve this distinction. Weighing only approximately l53 pounds, he was somewhat light for the Varsity during his first two years. l-le played with the second string during his sophomore year but saw a good deal of action in nearly all of the college games. He is a swift and accurate broken-field runner and was rated by Coach Rudy Lavik as one of the shiftiest runners ever to don the maroon and gold togs. honor. Miss Miller is a member of the Pi Alpha Gamma social sorority on the campus and has been active in all social affairs. She has been a star member of the Women's Athletic Association and is known throughout the southwest for her ability as a softball pitcher. She has pitched in nationally sponsored tournaments, particularly in Chicago last summer. Her efforts as a softball hurler at the college have led her team to victory in the state contest as well as in other games. Miss Miller's efforts have not all been in softball for she has been outstanding in many other sports. Among her other accomplishments in the field of athletics have been basketball, hockey, volleyball, and she is a member of the "A" club, women's hon- orary athletic organization, and holds an office on the Women's Athletic Association council. EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 0 , . + sahuaro v state press 0 band Q quartet Q womerfs glee club + mixed chorus . men's glee ,club . drama workshop . debate and oratory f-f ,-1. -NM g i - .., 1. - ', 'fl I. - 'U .5 V , 5 --' ' : If I .-'QQSZ' ,f I r . rf,-r 5 fra H: f 5 gr ' 1 , -Q ' g-Q.-If K-:if-if-g,f JJ .r".-uri' if 3 Q. ' f f EXTRA-CURRICULAR 0AgZN3,Ty,IvygITIES Q,QQ, Qifiwfsf Wlifsif q"Tb' A 311- 0 top row . . barney reid, jack tyler, gerald dart. second row . . . carl hossler, cornelia brown, malcolm mil- ler. facing page . . . byron holdren, ben fern, c. e. southern. .1 5.1 f ' ' 5 y -:gf A ,". - ' , fs' ' ' , If Citi, M ' - 2 . 11: it 't." l'l I ' 4' 111, 4 ff if 4. r , -- .v.,.'-an. SAI-IUARCD . . Q, , , Publication of the Sahuaro was undertaken this year for the first time in four years. lt is an endeavor to present the year's activities of the college in a permanent form for students. lt is financed by a special fee charged by the administration and is entirely student managed and edited. PP vw Barney Reid, senior, serves as editor and art editor. He is a member of the 'l3' club, and the Theta Chi Epsilon, honorary art fraternity. Reid entered the college as a junior in 1936. v 77 lack Tyler serves as business manager, sports editor, and assistant photographer. l-le entered the college as a freshman in l935 from Phoenix lunior college and has been active in journalism during the past two years, serving as sports editor of the State Press the first semester this year. l-le also is a mem- ber of the Arizona State golf team. vw ww Staff members include Cornelia Brown as society editor and special writer, Carl l-lossler, associate editor, and art editor, Malcolm Miller, photographer, and Gerald Dart, feature writer. vw ww The annual was printed by the Service Printers and Publishers, Tempe, with the engraving done by the Arizona Republic and Gazette engravers. Binding was done by the Henderson Trade Binders in Los Angeles D vw Adviser to the publication is C. E. Southern, instructor in the English department and head of the publicity work at the Arizona State College. 94 One- oi the most important extra-curricular activities oi the college is the publication of the State Press, college news-organ. The newspaper is issued every Friday throughout the year with the exception oi examination weeks and holidays. A yearly resource edition is put out showing all phases oi college activity. This was published this year on April 29. ww vw l-lead oi the publication is Byron l-loldren, sophomore. l-loldren is a a member of the 'l3' club and has also been active in speech and debate. vw vw Ben F ern, junior, serves as business manager and has this year placed the publication on a paying basis through the solicitation oi advertisement. w w Staii members include Wilmirth Cline as society editor, lustin Evans as sports editor, and Walter Barnes as assistant business manager. Beporters are Dorothy Gentry, Dick Sandoz, Donna Bay Hale, Leila Albrecht, l-lenry Davis, Wayne Holdren, Lucille McCally, Lyndon Church, B. B. Clark, Marjorie Perrin, Ted Sparks, Don Moore, lack Tyler, Maxine Coleman, Anna Lee Price, Gladys Larson, Bay McCally, Leon Schnurhl-lerald Peterson and Gerald Dart. 27 D A publications board is being planned to take charge oi this activity as well as the annual for the next year. At present, C. E. Southern is in sole charge. vw v The paper this year holds the National Scholastic Press association All-American rating. E PRESS Mr. C. E. Sout ern came to Arizona S College two years ago from Mesa High school. During this time he has done much to make the publicity department as well as the State Press one of the best in college circles. He is advisor for both The State Press and The Annual. fm 95 4? MUSIC The music department of the college has one of the largest extra-curricular of- ferings. lt is divided into two divisions, the vocal and instrumental divi- sions. Heading the entire department is Harry B. Harelson while Carl G. Hoyer directs the instru- mental phases. Six organizations are in the department. They are the men's and women's glee clubs, the band and or- chestra, the mixed chorus, and the college quartet. The band has this year been organized into two active units, the pep band and the symphonic group. Both of these units have developed under the gui- dance of Carl G. Hoyer until at the present time they are known not only throughout the state but also outside Arizona. The pep band is familiar to the sports fans for it appeared at all football games, ral- lies, and theatre parties arousing school spirit among the participants and on-lookers. A promin- ent part of the pep band is the women's bugle corp, adding the maroon and gold color to the white uniforms of the band members. 79 ww its main activities have been in assemblies and student body gathering. The con- cert band is the first of its kind in the southwest v vw The orchestra has not been as active this year as in the past. lt has appeared at college plays, and assemblies, and in Phoenix programs. This organization is also under the direction oi Mr. Hoyer. vw PP The men's quartet composed oi lim- my Croclcet, Clyde Narra- more, Wendell Noble, Cecil Watson, Betsy Ball, accompanist, was under the direction ot Mr. Harry l-larelson. ww vw The an- nual mixed chorus trip was held on March 22 this year through the cities of Glendale, Wickenburg, Prescott, Ierome, Clark- dale, Winslow, Flagstaff, and Williams. The Wo- men's glee club leit on April 5, going through Tucson, Tombstone, Doug- las, Bisbee, Benson. vw ww The men's glee club left on April 12, visiting in Crlobe, Ft. Thomas, Sat- iord, Thatcher, and Super- ior. The band trip was on April 25, through Su- perior, Miami, Globe, Sai- iord, Bisbee, Douglas, Tombstone, Nogales, and Florence. vb bf 0 top . . men's glee club. center . . . Women's glee club. bottom . . . mixed chorus. facing page top . . . pep band. center . . . concert band. bot- tom . . . quartet. 77 D 97 l drama Workshop the amazing dr. clitterhouse jane eyre DRAMA WORKSI-IGP 0 Q. The Drama Workshop is an organization embracing all drama students of the college. lts business is the staging of all college plays managing the acting, directing, and pro- duction phases. vw vw This year it has staged tour major plays including "The Amaz- ing Dr. Clitterhouseu, "lane Eyre", "First Lady", and "Three Men on a Horse". At the time this book Went to press the Workshop had not presented any one-act plays although plans were made for such presentation. 77 v Also sponsored by the Workshop was the campus junior high school production ot "Alice in Wonderland" directed by student members of the organization. D vw Director of the Workshop is Professor Beryl Simp- son, head oi the drama division oi the English department. She also serves as advisor to the Alpha Psi Omega, national drama fraternity and the Pi Kappa Delta, national. DEBATE AND OBATCBY Debate during the last several years has come forward to be among the most im- portant extra-curricular activities on the campus today. Each year the college offers an extensive program of intramural and intercollegiate debating. The division of speech arts is affiliated with three forensic leagues-the Arizona Speech Arts League, which every year sponsors a tournament among five colleges in the statey the Western As- sociation of Teachers of Speech, which sponsors an annual fall tournament for all west- ern states, and the Pi Kappa Delta league which holds several tournaments during the year, most of them in the coast states. Students who become members of winning teams are eligible for membership in Pi Kappa Delta, national honorary forensic society. vw vw Campus orators are given opportunity to compete each year in a number of contests, local, state, and interstate. Each year in the state contest three cash prizes aggregating S100 are offered for the best original oration on lnternational Peace. Representatives of the college in oratory are sent to all state and interstate speech tournaments. vw vThe first meet of the year was held November 8 with the Southwestern State Teachers Col- lege of Weatherford, Oklahoma. On December l the Maroon and Gold team met the Phoenix lunior College team in a panel discussion on the neutrality act. With a debate held between the class teams of the school, theusophomores gained the final decision. Following this meet the team traveled to California where they met the U. S. C. squad and where Kenneth McKee and Lee Bustin won four out of five debates. Leon Ben Ezra and King Broderick drew a tie, two wins and two defeats. l-ligh honors went to Leon Ben Ezra and Frank Buclcely when they won the lower division tourney at Phoe- nix on the l2th of February. PP vw For the first time in the history of the school, debate has become outstanding in student activities. Several meets were held during the last year with teams throughout the west. Trying something new in the way of debating, Dr. Merle Ansberry, head of the Speech department scheduled a dual meet with the Univer- sity of Arizona over the air lanes. The Tempe debators gave their side of the question from radio station KCY in Phoenix while the Tucson teambroadcasted from the Tucson station. Since this meet was successful, it is thought several more will be tried next year. 99 I-IALLS Q matthews f south 0 east + alpha st Q we Q north I-IALLS I-IALLS Q,0, Q,,Q, Under the guidance of Mrs. Eva Hurst, Matthews hall has completed one of its most suc- cessful years. With the main event of the year' being the hall formal, many parties and other socials were given. President for the year were Betty l-lotchlqiss, first semester, and Gertrude Iames, second semester. v vw South hall has been a well-organized group this year, and because of this organization it has accomplished much. The hall formal and the week-end camping trip, together with the parties in the hall have made an out- standing year. With Miss Sallie l-layden as head resident, Mary Taylor, president first semester, and Cora Gensler, president second semester, this hall has had one of its best years. vw vw East hall is the largest hall on the campus, and it has this year clone more than ever before. The purchasing of a pool table for the recreation room proved most profitable and with the pro- ceeds gained from this pur- chase the hall has been able to buy a washing machine, a badminton set, and a Croquet set. Mr. Iohn Allen is head resident and Charles Morris, president. v P7 Alpha hall is the oldest men's hall on the campus, and has about 80 residents. With Mr. Earle Pomeroy as head resident and William Laing, president, Alpha hall gave their annual bower dance, lawn party, and formal. 77 PP The newest dormitory on the campus is West hall with about lOO resi- dents. lt has been well- organized this year under the direction of Miss Margaret Walsh, house mother, Mrs. Clara Ebell, assistant house mother, and Alice l-lanson, president. Two formals were given this year and numerous wigiformal parties. A new plan i l of having a store in the hall has been very successful. The Women have been active in all extra-curricular activities both as a group and individuals. lt has been the scene of numerous teas, the dance recital, and the Coronation ceremony. vw vw North hall has been active in all affairs of the campus including social and academic Work. With Mrs. Helen Hanshue as head resident and Marjorie Moore, president, the Women have been an outstanding group. Chief among its activities were the formal dance and parties. 0 facing page . matthews hall council - rosetta syll, mary catherine ice, nellie bird savoy, gertrude james, mary rosewarne. insert-eva hurst, head resident. south hall- first row . . . marjorie mc vey, jennie robinson, janet Wil- coxen, cora gensler. second row . . . eileen barnett, mary taylor, alberta henney, viola vernon, is not represented in the picture. above . . . east hall-john allen, head resi- dent, charles morris, president. alpha hall-earle pomeroy, head resident, William laing, president. left . . . west hall- first row . . . dorothy jo riley, della skousen, margaret mur- phy, thelma price. second row . . ann krentz, emma jean bohn, margaret Walsh, head resident, alice hanson, mary catherine allen. not repre- sented in the picture are christine hicks, mildred mc- frederick, jane lewis. north hall - marjorie moore, olive simpson, janet kendrick, eliza- beth rose, gertrude harris, ardyce bell, helen hanshue, head resident. 77 :Q lO3 j I SCDCIAL Q, I I, I, GBGANIZATIGNS 0 CHI SIGMA 0 PHILOMATHIAN 0 LAMBDA KAPPA 0 KAPPA KAPPA ALPHA 0 PI ALPHA GAMMA o DELTA THETA Q ZETA SIGMA 0 PHI LAMBDA NU 0 PHI BETA EPSILON 0 CONQUISTADOBES 0 TAU SIGMA PHI 0 MU SIGMA CHI 0 LAMBDA PI-II SIGMA 0 PI DELTA SIGMA SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS CI-II SIGMA 00Q,QQQQ 0 first row . . . leila albrecht, emma jean bohn, mary jane carson, ruth Cooley, evelyn ellingson, marjorie iogelsong, mary agnes turlong, tern gammage. second row . . . cora genslerf elizabeth hamptonf marion hansberger, irances johnson, janet kendrick, ann lcrentz, joyce newman laing, jane lewis. third row . . . marjorie mc-Vey, frances perry, rose revello, jennie robinson, geneva smith, lucille smith. not represented in the picture are helen emmons, frances la rue, louise saylor, sherman stevens, betty van spankeran. The Chi Sigma sorority is one of the oldest on the campus. Originally the Clionian Literary Society, it Was organized to study the Arizona History. It changed its name to Greek letters in IQI6, and since that time it has developed a more diversified program. The group studys art, literature, music, and drama, and promotes social activities. Adviser . . . I. D. Payne v D Honorary Members . . . Mrs. Grady Gammage, Mrs. Helen Hanshue, Miss Leona Haulot, Miss Ruth Douglass. 57 vw vw vw FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS vw 2: Rose Revello, president, Ann Krentz, vice-presi dentg Emma jean Bohn, secretaryp Ianet Kendrick, treasurer, Leila Albrecht, sergeant-at- arms vw vw SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS 77 ,Q Ann Krentz, presidenty Emma lean Bohn, vice-presidentg Frances Perry, secretary, Evelyn Ellingson, treasurerg Mar- ion Hansberger, sergeant-at-arms. w v vw vw D vw IOS , 0 .. .. .. .. 0 PI-IILOMATI-IIAN .L il. 0 first row . . . evelyn back, cornelia brown, wilmirth cline, elizabeth darling, dorothy gentry, jean gibson, alice hanson, betty hotchkiss. second row . . . charlotte lewis, margaret luthy, lucille mc cally, june mc cormack, helendalef moffat, margaret murphy, frances parker, ruth price. third row . . . thelma price, dorothy jo riley, louise sanders, della skousen, helen stamatis, barbara vaughn, vivian wickware. not represented in the picture are . . . elizabeth stewart garret, marcia mays, sara rhue, margaret strembel, dO1'O1jhy Viqlg, rx :Q by xx up by px wx The Philomathian sorority was organized in 1903 by Dr. A. I. Matthews and was later reorganized by Miss E. Blanche Pilcher, present adviser. It was formerly a literary soci- ety but its list of activities has been broadened to include social functions. vw vw The name Philomathian means "Lovers of Learning", and the symbols of the word are a uniquePandalamp of learning. The sorority has as its purpose the promotion of higher ideal of womanhood and the establishment of lasting friendships. Adviser . . . E. Blanche Pilcher. I-Ionorary Member . . . Laura Dobbs. :D D7 FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS vw ww Elizabeth Stewart Garrett, president, Alice Han- son, vice-presidentp Thelma Price, secretary, Barbara Vaughn, treasurer, Betty Hotchkiss, historian vw vw SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS PP vw Barbara Vaughn, presi- dent, Vivian Wickware, vice-president, I-Ielendale Moffat, secretary, Betty Hotchkiss, treasurerg Cornelia Brown, historian. ff vw :Q :Q vw by IO7 LAMBDA KAPPA QQQQQQ 0 tirst row . . . mary catherine allen, genevieve billingsley, mary catherine cooper, mar- cella drexler, alberta henny, jewel mae jacobson, mary trances mcallister, dorothy nicols, elsie nico. second row . . . dorothy parkhurst, mary rosewarne, doris rothery, margaret smith, joan steele, eleanor wade, charlotte Waldron, marion Watts, and joyce Whitney. not represented in the picture are . . . marie barnett, elizabeth holcomb, mary catherine ice, rose mitchell, and patricia smith. v vw w vw Established as the Erodelphian Society in l922, the Lambda Kappa sorority has broad- ened its purpose from the study ot literature to include all that is cultural and uplifting. The name was changed to Greek letters in 1926, their meaning being "Love of Know- ledge." Advisers ot the group are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Masteller. Honorary members are Margaret Walsh, Sallie Hayden, and lohn R. Murdock. D n W 2 FlRST SEMESTER OFFICERS PP ww Mary Catherine Cooper, president, Ellzabeth Hol- comb, vice-president, Doris Rothery, secretary, Charlotte Waldron, treasurer, Marion Watts, publicity agent, ww 75 SECCND SEMESTER OFFICERS vw vw Mary Catherine Cooper, president, Dorothy Nicolls, vice-president, Doris Rothery, secretary, Marion Watts, treasurer, lewel Mae Iacobson, publicity. T7 77 2 D7 108 . ., . . . KAPPA KAPPA ALPHA 0 first row . . . ardyce bell, afton brown, catherine carns, anna wade cline, helen col- ford, helen dickinson, joyce dunn, frances folsom, ruth gillette. second row . . . mar- jorie hill, fern hoopes, nancy land, frances la tourette, catherine phillips, wylma rogers, ilorene sheldon, lorraine Welker, kathlyn windes. not represented in the picture are . . . thelma lewis, dorothy myers, lois nicholson, harriet nielson. 77 vw 2 The Kappa Kappa Alpha sorority was organized in l9lO as a literary society, then known as Kalakagathia. The fireplace near the Training School is a K.K.A. monument. D if The aim of the organization is to promote happiness and usefulness of the members, and to create a spirit of enjoyment, friendship, and culture. The motto is "BE noble and good." Theresa Anderson is adviser of the group, and honorary members are Sallie Hayden, Dorothy Robinson, Ella Roll, and F. M. lrish. vw rv I vw 77 FIRST SEMESTER OF F lCERS 77 v Frances Folsom, president, Nancy Land, vice-presi- dent, l-lelen Dickinson, secretary-treasurerg Fern Hoopes, social chairman 2: vw SEC- OND SEMESTER OFFICERS vw vw Afton Brown, presidentg Ioyce Dunn, vice-president, Catherine Carns, secretary-treasurer, Catherine Phillips, social chairman. P7 75 109 PI ALPI-IA GAMMA QQQ., 0 iirst row . . . harriett buttertield, edna carter, sarah cayeness, virginia cundiii, doro- thy estes, dorothy gillanders Csponsori, jamie hart. second row . . . ruth lcuhns, eileen limbaclc, margarette mc neil, ruth mooers Chonorary memberl, anna lee price, sue Wolfe. not represented in the picture are . . . helen caveness, louise miller, margaret mills, SCIIICI stockton, IGS Woolsey. D P7 D rr P7 vw 2 Originally the Pierian society, the Pi Alpha Gamma sorority was organized in I9l2. vw ww The name Pierian was the name applied to the muses and the sorority stands for furthering culture and a spirit of comradeship. vw vw As a sorority it carries out a program oi educational and social interests. D wAdviser . . . Miss Dorothy Gillanders. Honorary member . . . Miss Ruth Mooers. ww ww vw vw vw vw FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS vf 57 Margaret McNeil, presidentp Virginia Cundiii, vice-president, Dorothy Estes, secretary-treasurer, I-Iarriet Butterfield, monitor. 77 75 SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS vw vw Virginia Cundiit, president, Edna Carter, vice- president, Dorothy Estes, secretaryg Anna Lee Price, treasurer, Sue Wolfe, monitor: Louise IVIIIIGI, IDLIIOIICIIY. 77 77 rx an by xx an D pa IIU - . . . ., .. . . .. DELTATI-IETA 4. 'P f E' ww? 0 first row . . . alma basham, esther cocharan, gertrude da herty, margaret daugher- ty, hildegarde dawson, betty groves. second row . . . jane howard, mary osborn, viola parker, ellen parry, beulah patterson, dorothy Wellington. not represented in the picture are . . . verda byrne, ahleen Crandall, virginia irvine, ruth kuhns, harriet lovett, margaret raber, nelle shumway, taye shawler, joanna stevenson, helen sherman. vw The Delta Theta sorority was organized in l925 by Mrs. Mary Empey tor oft-campus students. lt later became a literary society but is now a social sorority. vw v To pro- mote love, friendship, and service is the purpose ot this sorority. D w Adviser . . . Mrs. Mary Empey. l-lonorary members . . . Esther Calloway, lrene Reed, Dr. Bateman. OEEICEES 75 59 Ellen Parry, president, Dorothy Wellington, vice-president, Mar- garet Daugherty, secretaryg Hildegarde Dawson, treasurer, Ruth Kuhns, recreation ChCiiI'1'I1Cf1'1, 7: 77 7: by by wp bb bb D lll ZETA SIGMA 0,,00Q00 0 first row . . betty aepli, allison baker, yetta belle byers, roberta cheney, helen cooley, helen creasman, georgia davis. second row . . . christine hicks, martha hughes, mar- garet ives, marion jones, blanche keebler, virginia kersey, anna lee morrell. third row . . . louise payne, virginia Simms, margaret spain, rosetta syll, betty tresnon, eleanor udall, gwendolyn Wallace. vw ww vw vw vw vw vw vw The oldest sorority on the campus, the Zeta Sigma sorority, dates from l895 when it was organized as a debating society tor both men and Women. lt was later reorganized and changed its name to Greek letters. As a social organization it stresses scholarship and friendship. Adviser for the sorority is Nina Murphy, and sorority mother, Nellie Felton. Honorary members are Paula Kloster, Mrs. Doris Steverson, Dr. Dorothy Schilling, and BQ1"yl Si1'I1pSOI1, ' my bb vb D7 ax 1: rx ' 77 FlBST SEMESTEF1 OFFlCEBS vw Georgia Davis, president, Margaret lves, vice-president, Betty Tresnon, corresponding secretary, Eleanor Udall, recording secretary, Virginia Simms, treasurer, Betty Aepli, historian. vw SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS P7 Christine l-licks, president, Blanche Keebler, vice-president, Louise Payne, corresponding secre- tary, Boberta Cheney, recording secretaryy Bosetta Syll, treats., Marion lones, historian. ll2 . .. . ., . .. PHI LAMBDA NU .og 'WUB 0 first row . . . beatrice broolcbank, ena dodd, lillian ebell, alice hibbs, lenore lewis. second row . . . evangeline peterson, margaret redman, caroline rigg, miriam robin- son, nellie Waddington. not in the picture are . . . .dolly clark, alice gonzales, ruth holcomb, mary iaun johnson, eleanor martini, Carmen reynoso, gwen ridder, keith rucker, helen todd, mary ellen traslc, Willa mae van liere. The Phi Lambda Nu sorority was organized in l925 under the direction of Mr. Forrest E. Ostrander tor the purpose of fostering a spirit of friendliness among the girls. The name was then Timalceenna, and lndian name meaning "Lover ot Nature." vw vw Activities now include nature study as Well as social functions. vw vw Adviser . . . Mr. Forrest E. Ostrander. Honorary members . . . Mrs. Forrest Ostrander, Ruby Louise Cstrander, Mr. and MIS. Carl G. l'lO'y'er. 2 wr w v w vw vw w FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS ww D Beatrice Broolcbanlc, presidentp Eleanor Martini, vice-presidentg Mary Ellen Trask, secretary-treasurer, Caroline Rigg, social chairman. SECOND SEMESTER CFFICERS v rf Caroline Rigg, president, Nellie Waddington, vice-president, Lillian Ebell, secretary-treasurer, Beatrice Brookbank, social chairman. ll3 I PI-II BETA EPSILON ,QQQQ 0 first row . . . merle allen, naomi carpenter, annetta erickson, billie fehrman, kather- ine qiacoma, helen hart, ruth hayhurst, alva kerby, iosephine kerby. second row . . . mildred mc frederick, maxine miller, la nore piatt, frances rhodes, elizabeth rose, anna marie st. claire, mary taylor, shirley thompson, viola Vernon. not represented in the picture are . . . modena mc anarney, laura lee skinner, louise qraham merrell. vw v Organized in 1922 as a literary society, the Phi Beta Epsilon has altered its objectives to include closer friendships and a pleasant social life. ww wt The name, Phi Beta Epsi- lon, means"'Friendship binds eternally." v P7 Adviser . . . Sara lane Reed. Honor- ary member . . . Mildred Blair. vw vw vw vw v ff FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS v bf Frances Rhodes, president, Mary Taylor, vice- presidenty Shirley Thompson, secretary, Merle Allen, treasurer. vw vw SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS vw v Mary Taylor, presidentg Naomi Carpenter, vice-presi- dent, Anna Marie St. Claire, secretaryg Annetta Erickson, treasurer. P7 W II4 Q Q 4. , ., CONQUISTADORES Organized the first semester ot this year, the Conguistadores is composed of Spanish speaking students at the college. lt has as its purpose the establishing oi friendly relations among its members and with the other students on the campus. ww ff The group has been active during the year and has become a Well-organized society. lts enthusiasm indicates the success oi its members in carrying out its purpose. wr v lt has this year been under the guidance of Miss lrma Wilson and Mr. Wilbur Dutton, advisers. rv vw 79 rv rr vw vw v D OFFICERS v w l-lilario Alvarado, president, Fred Teyechea, vice-president, Carmen Reynoso, secretaryg Victor Ortega, treasurer, Anthony Vincente, sergeant at arms, Albert Alvarado, publicity agent. w 1 n by rv 2 by .A 'AY- U: V' " 7 ' . n: f f 'fr Q ., . -1: ? ', f.5?::'v. . . t,.,, ..., . , front row . . . h. alva rado, teyechea, a. alva- rado, timbres, salazar second row . . . alva, munoz, vicente, t. orte- ga, rivera. third row . . ga, rivera. third row . . . v. ortega, orrentea, ra- meriz, garcia. wr vw TAU SIGMA PI-II , Q , f, 4. 0 0 front row . . . holt, stough, reid, grimes, holdren, farmer, childers, newrnan, may, and downey. back row . . . gillette, laing, nisbet, a , fritsch, rellis, fox, wells, landreth, powell, CUTIG. 2: 9: by rr sr 7: 57 The Tau Sigma Phi fraternity was founded in lf-332 for the purpose of stimulating among its members the spirit of effective service to the college. rf 79 Sponsors for the fraternity are Earle Pomeroy, Harry Stewart and E. I. l-lilkert. Cfficers were . . . William Laing, presidentg Frank l-lolt, vice-president, George Reid, treasurerg Ted Baker, secretary, Bob Shipp, corresponding secretary, and Bob Childers, sergeant at arms. vw vw Other members are . . . Floyd Brown, Patrick Downey, Arthur Fox, Warner Eritsch, Don Gillette, lim Nisbet, l-larold Vogel, Prank Costey, Galen Crumbalcer, Allen Duvall, Paul Farmer, Pat Lebbs, Bob McCann, l-lenry Rockwell, Richard Sandoz, Albert Sanserino, Nils Stamps, Ernest Wilkins, Otis Powell, Wayne l-loldren, Erwin Wells, Bob Bray, Glen Dumas, Warren Stough, Edwin Grimes. ww w Pledges . . . Leo Burns, Robert Chevalier, Carl l-laclcworth, Gerald Kent, Glen Landreth, Ioseph Mahoney, Edward May, Sam Medigovich, William Pollack, Ross Rellis, Charles Toll, Richard Robbins. w yy ll6 Q. ., 0 ,, , 0 MUSIGMACHI CJ 0 front row . . . moore, linhart, strand, osborn, herman, colford, clapp, and may. sec- ond row . . . earle, V. jones, holt, powell, fuller, berlindas, jerniaan, hemphill, and qavet. back row . . . smith, reed, standaqe, nicholson, h. jones, hill, fillerup, and WOZeI1CI'C1ft, an up 9: bm my 2: ww an rx The Mu Sigma Chi fraternity was formed in l935 as an organization composed mainly of off-campus men. lt is the younqest fraternity on the campus and now includes men livinq in halls also. w vw Wilbur S. Nay is faculty adviser for the fraternity. vw vw Officers were . . . lohn Earle, president, first semester, Paul Powell, president, second semesterg Howard Herman, Glen Nicholson, lames Stranq, and Victor Berlindas. vw by Other members are . . . Ted 13-inderson,Chauncey Clapp, Robert Colford, Vernon Coolcus, Otho Fillerup, Hank Fuller, Leroy Gavet, Merryl Hemphill, lack Hill,, Hal Hunsalcer, Harvey lerniqan, Norman lohnston, Harry lones, Virgil Tones, Glen Le Baron, F rank Linhart, Don Moore, Kesterson Osborn, Tommy Owens, Charles Pierce, Warren Reed, William Smith, Carl Standaqe, Wilson Thomas, Millard Provence, Oliver Wozencraft, Herman Holt. vi vw vw w ww 77 D ww ll7 LAMBDA Pl-II SIGMA QQQQ 0 front row, left to right . . . meikle, fleming, willey, walker, massey, smith, hollar, wyllys, and pyle. back row . . . johnston, herzberg, herring, andruss, wolheim, adams, rogers, wade, Curtis, norris, wright, Crockett, kennedy, shumway, cobb, and van zante. ww if The Lambda Phi Sigma fraternity, the oldest on the campus, was organized in l926. lt has chosen for its motto, "Leadership, Fellowship, and Scholarship." vw v Fraternity membership is voluntary and by invitation from the group. Dr. Rufus K. Wyllys is adviser for the organization. Officers this year were Arthur David Watts, president, first semester, lohn l-lollar, president, second semesterg lohn Smith, Dick Walker, Carl Massey, Boyd Shumway, Ted Willey, Robert l-lilburn, and Ted Sparks. PP vw Ciher members are . . . lohn Adams, George Bartlett, lames Brookbank, Curtis Burns, Carter Clark, Charles Clark, loe Cobb, Iames Curtis, Tillman Crance, lames Crockett, George Fleming, Carl Herring, Edward l-lerzburg, Marvin l-lenry, Leland lohnston, Leo Kennedy, William Morgan, Coy Morgan, Tom McGary, Porry Patrick, Eugene Pyle, Frederick Rape, Keith Van Zante, l-lugh West, William Wade, Paul Wolheim. 1: vw Pledges . . . Walter Andruss, lohn Donaldson, Clyde Gilman, Wally l-lill, Al McEwen, Archie Meikle, Merle Norris, Bob Rogers, lustinan Russel, Mathew Wright. 77 vw ww ww vw ll8 0 Q, . ., ., . PI DELTA SIGMA A--is . - Y X 1-: - f--f--, 1,-V., .W 3 ,..,-Y....F,.,,. ,-,,,,-1.5,-,-f.-:fi 4, --., ,.,,f--.. . f"f -H' 'sl -. ,5-- L: e Y .I f-lk'-Lucy I X 5' ' f I ,4-f',f,Q:n-JL. 1 :,a,,:l15,,-in 'LJ 4-1.-. "r-,rr -,. - -..f 0 first row, left to right . . . archer, d. peterson, de kellis, Walton, trimble, Williams, h. peterson, saban, ruth and everenden. back row . . . southern, hastings, kalastro, evans, riggs, davis, thomas, meeker, clemence, glitsos, dart, arnett, cacelleto, gregory, j. miller, drakulich, cacelleto, martin, m. miller, and murphy. w pi v 75 Established in 1931 as the second social fraternity on the campus, the Pi Delta Sigma is based on scholarship, personality, and leadership in campus activities. ii X The membership of the group is restricted to 35 men. Sponsor of the group is Mr. G. E. Southern. Officers this year were Dwight Peterson, presidentg Ray McOally, vice-presi- dentg Weldon l-lastings, secretary, and Bill Saban, treasurer. w ww Other members are . . . Guy Acuff, Parker Archer, Eleazar Arvizu, Max Betts, limmy Cacelleto, lohn Gaceletto, Harold Glemence, Thomas De Kellis, Gage Everenden, lack Erew, Gus Glit- sos, Milne Gregory, Ernest l-layes, f-lascall l-lenshaw, Mark Kalastro, George Marich, William Martin, Robert Meeker, Malcolm Miller, Melvin Owens, Marvin Palmer, Noble Riggs, Walter Ruth, Dave Thomas, Paul Trimble, Vern Walton. vw D Pledges. . . Floyd Arnett, Robert Dart, William Davis, Pete Drakulich, Rex Hopper, limmy Miller, l-lerald Peterson, Wayne Pitts, George Williams. vw D vw vw 57 ll9 HONORARY I. I , ORGANIZATIONS PLEIADES 0 "I3" CLUB 0 I B C 0 LOS HIDALGOS 0 PI KAPPA DELTA 0 COMMERCE CLUB 4 BED HEADS 4 BETA CHI 0 TAU PI TAU Q PASTEUB SCIENTIFIC 4 LAMBDA DELTA LAMBDA 4 SIGMA TAU DELTA 0 GEOGBAPHICS 0 MU BHO ALPHA 0 ICAPPA DELTA PI 4 ALPHA PSI OMEGA 0 THETA CHI EPSILON A 0 4-H LEADERS 0 GAMMA THETA EPSILON 4 ALPHA MU GAMMA I-IONORARY , , ORGANIZATICDNS Ag PLEIADES Q0Q00,Q, 0 first row . . . brookbank, carnes, creasman, tolsom, hanson, hotchkiss, lcendriclc. second row . . . price, revello, rhodes, setka, spain, taylor, douglass. vw X The Pleiades is an honarary service club with its membership limited to twelve Women of junior and senior class standing. Entrance is based on the qualities of leadership, scholarship, achievement, integrity, dependability, and personality. Only students who have had a grade index ot a "C" or better each semester are admitted. 79 v The object of the organization is to render altruistic service in the interests of the college. Among its activities are the publishing of the student hand-book, sponsoring ot benefit pro- grams, presentation ot a style show on Parents' Day, and accompanying the king and queen at the coronation. vw 75 The uniform is a blue jacket with the Pleiades insignia on the pocket. vw vw Miss Ruth Douglass is sponsor tor the organization. vw w l22 0 0 Q Q, 6, Q 0 't'l3" CLUB l .a 0 first row . . . bartlett, clemence, curtis, dart, holdren, linhart, miller. second row . . . narramore, palmer, reid, van hoorebeke, Watson, Watts, southern. v vw The Thirteen Club was organized March 23, l932, as an honorary service club for men. Membership is limited to thirteen men of junior and senior class standing who have been outstanding in leadership in various fields of college activity. if vw The purpose of the organization is to sponsor college activities, support student enterprises, and to stand at all times for the Welfare of the college. ww vw The uniform of the group is a gray jacket trimmed with red and a "l3" on the pocket. 97 vw Mr. C. E. Southern is sponsor for the organization. ww vw The men act as official hosts on Homecoming, Parents' Day, High School Presidents' Day, and accompany the king and queen at the Coronation. vi D 123 top, left to right . . . international relations club, los lfiidalqos. second row . . . pi kappa . delta, commerce club. below . . . red heads, beta chi. for identification see index. si. ,, eff l f Q ll "Q" W ,J ai . if -1 44,1 , 1 lj 'Q fl . ,f '7 . -l 4-5.2 , : A i V lx 1, 'if if UB!! ' 7 Qfjj Q. ,1 95,5 K 4 l f l 1' 121- V ' .M .4 "IL, ' I ' 1.1. JU ,J fn ,T t . - -H. V - .F W ., -. . ,t A -- ' . 1.-.fa "W i . , .. W .. ' 5' k .+ -' 1' f Q 1 1. 1,1- , H27 ' ,Q i - ' 7 ttf' 4 . ' 'J' 'ii 4 . L".-4, ,. E, f , ,.-, W-. -i , Y ll I qklzier ll ' -' r 'DZ 1 if . , V . f . ,. - - ' 57.-1 : 1' -- .L . ' ' ' ' ,ei ,.-,E -.....f.... .tv it ii- ,-, 1. . L. ANL . . .onmw : -, M...-- -J , f.,i.,ti.".ze'., - . ,. - ,,....-:LwzL....n.-,:r..1-i.- .A - 124 The international Relations Club is an organization of students majoring in the field of social studies and is maintained by the college department of social studies. vw vw Los Hildagos del Desierto constitute a club Whose purpose is to promote and foster good fellowship and friendly relations among those who are interested in things Spanish. Pi Kappa Delta is a national honorary forensic society. Membership is open to those students who are members of duly authorized winning teams in intercollegiate debates or who placed in an intercollegiate oratorical contest. D rr The Commerce Club con- sists of students who are majoring in the field of commerce. v The Red l-leads organiza- tion is made up of Women students who are duly qualified by having red hair. ww Beta Chi is composed of girls Whose major interest lies in the field of home economics. vw Tau Pi Tau, an association of kindergarten-primary majors and minors, Was organized in May, l935, to represent the interest of Tempe primary teachers. This year the organiza- tion Went national and are now known as the Association of Child Education. ww Lambda Delta Lambda is a national honor society Whose aim is to promote interest in the study of chemistry and physics in teachers colleges. w Sigma Tau Delta is a national honor- ary organization Whose membership is restricted to English majors of high scholastic rating. w The Geographic society is made up of students who excel in geography, general scholarship, and character. 97 Mu Rho Alpha is a professional music fraternity, Q 'FOP IIOYV, LEFT TO RIGHT . . . 'FAU PI TAU, LATXIBDA DELTA LABIBDA. SECOND ROVV . , . PASTEUR SCIENTlF1C, SIGMA 'FAU DELTA. 9 9 9 Q 0 9 it nflvat Min 25 x .gig-1 if 3 14 - H s V. in ' ,ll 13,1 ', ' x Egg:-1' X A Q I 1 A 2 'Q 'ff' '5 ft' 1 50: ' 'Hs ' avi Q Y A s .1 , H M fr' . 'Q My I' - i " 9 4 I. ' A I 1 6 c J W - . , ' - .."h'e it A' . 4 ,, 'aff I 3 fa D' Mew- E tv' H z Q X pp-, '1 -Q W,-.-we A . U ' . 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Y.L'-Vi.,-,':.gff:d Against the green of the tropical lawn, Old Main building rises on the campus marking the historical in the division between both historical and the very modern. lts corner- stone bears the date l887 and it was one ofthe first buildings erected on the institution- al grounds. lts predecessor was a small adobe shack built when the residents of the town were fighting to make Tempe the location of the state university. Until recently, green ivy covered the red sandstone walls, but this was cut away to make easier re- construction work on its base. Climbing up the walls again now are green tendrils of the clinging growth and soon the walls will again be covered with greenery. ww ww Old Main building was the pride of Tempe when it was first constructed. At that time Tempe was one of the most important, if not the most important town, in the territory of Arizona. it was prosperous. Rich farming lands were yielding a large income to the settlers, and with this prosperity it was natural that the townspeople, rough and ready pioneers that they were, should take an interest in education. There were few high schools in the state, and for a time high school students attended the Old Main Territorial Normal school. Qld Main was the center of student activity that tool: in the countryside. Strangers came to Temps for school every year, and students came in from the mountains. Townspeople held all their meetings of any importance at the school. Gradually, however, Charles Hayden and the other pioneers lost the fight for the state university, as that institution 34 g""""4-ofrr-f.ff""'91-1-' ln- was granted to Tucson to make up for the loss of the state capitol which was located at Phoenix. if vw For years, Old Main and the buildings of the college guad have served the community, the state, and students well. The equipment and furnishings of most of the rooms are not as modern as they might be, but renovation of the science build- ing and auditorium, as well as Old Main, have wrought some strange. changes on the inside. ln the auditorium, sandstone and weathered on the outside, architects have con- structed a modern theatre. Violet and dun colored paneling is on the walls with indi- rect lighting and heavy carpets and curtains lending an atmosphere of modernity. ln the science building, complete laboratories are housed, as well as special displays built up recently. Old Main is the least changed of all with only some new plastering and the additions in the east wing of the second floor to show that it is any different from the day when it was built. vw vw ln contrast is the new modern library building and the arts building. The library containing all the newest features of official buildings is used for study and for offices of the administration. The larger part of the library was Qbaylxv --4'-", ' J W ' AMO, ,6..Wa1,4M, fyjumulw ? Z-MJ!-vqdc-v-:5 0 c,JAaf',Q7,,,Q if , . n 6 .KAL wiv fcf--Jaffe, l35 .. , 1.9153 fi V 'FT' tu- . T F 'iv if Q built in 1935 after a need was felt for a larger space for student study and the housing of the growing and expanding library. The second floor is equipped for the best light- ing and ventilation as well as being arranged for the convenience of the student. The Arizona room, the special study roorn, as well as the lames Felton alcove, all make the building one of the most outstanding in the state. v vw The arts building, remodeled in 1936, houses the home economics, music, and art departments. Modern display rooms for the artists, as well as workshops, are provided. The laboratories of the cooking and sewing classes, the music practice rooms, student offices, newspaper room, all combine to make the building 'somewhat more of a center of interest, gradually taking that func- tion from Old Main. As the offices of the student and college administration have shifted, importance of the buildings has gradually shifted so that the activity center of the campus is now on the west side of college avenue. P7 vw Surrounding the beautiful campus is the Southern Arizona desert, one of the most beautiful and romantic on the globe. 1-1ere the giant sahuaros flourish and here, too, is the strange contrast between the modern and the ancient. North of the campus is Papago Park, a landscaped gar- den where once was the profusion of cactus and waste. Artificial lakes stand on the ancient Indian grounds and the arid desert now has picnic houses with drinking foun- 136 tains scattered over the desert. Cactus grows in ordered arrangement. Red and un- changeable against the sky, though, are the rocks of the park, places where once the hostile Apaches used to hide on their periodic raids to the valley. These are somehow strangely incongruous against the background oi irrigation ditches, lakes, picnickers and a white, mosque-like sanitorium. v vw On the tringes oi this park and southward, as well as where the valley ends to the east and west, is the desert as it was and ever shall be. Here the small but unconguerable mountains rise above the tangle of desert growth. Here aridity still holds sway, the legend oi the Superstitions still finds reality not far removed as man wandering into its wastes is liable never to return if without a generous supply of water. Here large canyons wind back into the mountains and gold and other mineral lies hidden under the surface, the object ot years oi fruit- less search. 2: ww Both parts of the desert are outing places for students, places where they may go for rides and picnics. Here the Eastern student, as well as the Western, captures for a time the romance that has inspired many a spectator. Here exists some- J viii 47 ,gl i - 5, y, I J 5 137 l how the desert as it can never be seen on the flat rolling sand and greasewood of some other parts. The desert around Tempe is the desert of the poets. vw vw The landscap- ing of Arizona State has made it into one of the most ordered and lovely spots in Arizona. The tropical climate makes all types of vegetation grow profusely. Contrasted even here are the natural growth, ages old-the cottonwood trees, the pepper trees, and the palms, with olive trees from Spain, palms from the West lndies, banana trees from the lower tropics. Under the direction of President-Emeritus A. I. Matthews, over a thousand different varieties of strange trees and shrubs are grown on the campus. Elm trees and northern pine and spruce grow among eucalyptus and tamaraslc. vw ww The quad at West Hall spreads green against the modernity of the surrounding buildings. lt is one of the favorite spots of students. Surrounding the halls are the playgrounds where archery is held and where long, cool lawns invite students to relax. Built from the sands of the desert, the campus is truly a tribute to the men who made the wilderness flower, the pride of the students and the city. vw vw Lastly, the sunset on the desert throws long shadows over the sands. The mountains blend into the dark and darker purple of the night. The 38 cacti show as gaunt ghosts against the skyline, but somehow not threatening-softened by the failing light. Light, formerly white clouds, take on the colors of the setting sun, the splendor of the Southwest, and fade slowly from red to lighter red, to grey. And then in the clear, clean air, in the hush but littlebroken by the nearby civilization, the pag- eant passes in review. it it The stagecoach, the freight wagon, wind across the desert to the broad river. The adobe huts, squalid, dirty, loom up against the river growth. The dark Apache scowls at the approach of night, knowing his Gods will not let him attack 'till dawn. The old lndian canal beds, but newly uncovered, drink in again the muddy water of the dark, Wide river. The garish lights of the few saloons blaze and drifts the tinkle of the unmelodic piano on the night breeze blowing from the sands. Cool, blessedly cool, air creeps through the window rifts of houses and dries the moisture of the faces of the sleeping women. The mountains stand against the sky as against time, shrouded in the dark, their cooling surfaces chip and split, and a particle drops away to be ground to dust and powder, soil, and man. v vw vw PP it l39 STUDENT Q,Q, KALEIDOSCCDPE -, ggi,-rs ' ,, A '.. w-'iffy gi, - -' I- . ' , . .A I '. , H, i I - 'A ,,... - L5 f, ' ' Q 1 ,f I q H . ' -.X M 1 4 7 .Q STUDENT QQQQQQ KALEIDCDSCOPE Congratulations Seniors BRACELETS RINGS OE ALL KINDS NECKLACES IN oinuuqz nAr-r 36 N. 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Vaughn, hotchkiss, medigovich, lewis, basharn, alvarado, Wilhoit alpha psi omega ,...,...,...........,.......,....,...............,...,.... ....... 1 26 left to right . . . wilcoxen dart, cooper seated-simpson, tresnon alumni association .......,........... ..V...... 3 5 american child association ....... ........,. 1 25 archery, women's ...,..................................,.....,......... .......... 7 4-75 assembly committee .....,...........................................,,.........,. 28-29 left to right . . . cline. payne and curtis associated student council ,.............,,.........................,......,..... 27 left to saban, associated left to right . . . van hoorebeke, hanson. setka. Willey udall peterson and hart women students ......................................,. ........ 2 8 right . . . creasman payne, blair, tresnon. hicks copyright ...,.,..,.... cookson, t. j. .....,,,.. . council, student ........ curtis, james .......... , dancing ......,....,. dart. gerald .......,.. dean of college .....,. dean of women .,... debate ....................... dedication , .,.,,..,,..,.,. .. delta theta sorority ....., dining hall .,..........,...,. dobbs. laura ....,.,,.,... douglas, ruth .........,. drama .... ..,,,....,............. durham, josephine east hall ......,..,..,.......,. education ..,.,,..,....,.,..,,......,.. extra curricular activities ...... fern, ben ....,.,....,.....,...,........,.,... fleming, george .,... football .,........,.,,...,..,... football. freshman .,.... foreign languages .................................,.......,...,.,., ..,.....2l ,...,...28 26, 27, 94 ........,.6-7 ..........111 ....,...2l ,,.,,,..2l .,......23 ,.....,.98 ........2l .,..,..,..103 ,,,,....23 ...,,.,.23 ..,.....92 ........95 ........44 ....,...54 ........59 1..,...22 four-h leaders ......,i., , .........,,,,................ ........,..,......,.....,......,...... 1 26 left to right . . . simpson, statler, foster second row-gavet, gray, keisling, maurel, robertson. freshman class .,...,.... frontispiece .................... athletics ,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,.....................,...,.....,,,.....,....,...... .,,.,..... 5 1-79 men's ,..... ,........ 5 1 women's .... ......... 7 0 art Y...........,....,.,.....................-..-.....--.----- --...-.-- 2 2 band . . . pep . . . and concert .,..,. ,,.. . 1.96 bartlett, george ..,.,,..........,...,......,, ........ 2 7 baseball, men's .,....., .,...... 6 4 baseball, womens ..,.,.. .......,. 7 8 basketball, men's ........ ......... 6 1 basketball, freshman ..... ......,.. 7 5 basketball, women's ...v... ......... 6 3 bateman, george .,................................-..-...,,--, ...--.i----- 2 3 beta chi ..............,..v..---,--,.---------- ------'----------A---------- ----f----- 1 2 4 left to right . . . udall, mc frederick, ellingson and bohn blair. dean mildred ........... .....--- 1 9 boxing ................,....,. .......... ,,..-,.- 6 3 brown, cornelia .Y............. ....--.. 9 4 burkhard, dr. samuel ...... .....,,.. 2 2 business office ,...,......... ......... 2 1 bunte, mary ......... .-..-.-.- 2 1 cady, gilbert v............. ----.---- 2 1 campus life .......,.,....i.,.. -'--.---- 3 3 campus personalities ..,.. ,......., 8 5 campus settings ...,........... ...--...- 3 3 cattlelain, dr. fernand ...... ..-.----.-.. 2 2 chi sigma sorority ........... -------------- 1 05 classes ,.............,........... -----------1----------- 3 3 clemence, harold .....,...........4.-...i-----..4,.----.----------------,---'-- 22, 62, 64 commerce club ......................-.-...-...------------44--------------------'---1-'--- 124 left to right . . . dille, kendrick, blanton. setka, mastellar conquistadores fraternity ........,,.,,.......................,.. --,.--, 1 15 contents ...... .,.....,.........Y...l.,........ --------- 1 1 gammage, dr. grady .....,... ..i,..,................,..,.. gamma theta upsilon ,..,,....,,.....,,....,,.,..,..,....,..........,... left to right . . . mullins, reed and miller geographics .......,,,..,,...,..,.......,,..........................,........ left to right . . . mullins. waits, owens, powell, Whitney and reed gillanders, dorothy .......,,.,,........ glee clubs .....,..,.......... women's mixed chorus men's golf , Iflefl S women's ....,... graduate manager graduate school ,. grimes, dr. j. o. ..... . halls ..... , ...,....,,........ .. harelson, harry ,. haulot, miss leona hermannq howard herzberg, edward hicks, christine ..,. history .......,......., hockey ................... holdren, byron ..,...,... home economics ...,,,,...,. .. homecoming royalty ......... honorary organizations ..,..... ,....,,.i.4-5 .,.,......126 .....,....l26 ........72 ..,....,97 ,.,.,..,69 ......,.7'7 ...,,...35 22 .........1oo-103 .,,.....35 ...,.,..53 .,,.....53 ........89 .....,..22 .......,75 ,,.i....95 ..........120-127 hossler, carl ....................,.,... --,---A--- 9 4 howell, millard Kdixiel ..,.,.. 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r. h. .......l............l...,..,........,, ....... 2 2, 55 lettermen's club ..... .......... 6 0 lebbs, harold ,.... .... library ..,,..i.,.. lillico. tom ...... .,.....44 lmhart, frank .............................,....,........ .......... 5 2, 53 los hildalgos ........,..........................,.,...,.l.., .,.......... 1 24 eberling, alvarado, medigovich, malloque, cline, dunn rnastellar, ralph matthews, a. j. matthews hall ....... ...,....102 may, sibyl ....,.. ,,,,,,,,,, 2 1 meyers. 1. m. ..,... r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 2 miller, louise .......... ..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 9 0, 91 miller, malcolm ..,,.,.... 36, 88, 94 morris, charles ...... ....,,....,...,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 03 mu rho alpha ...,.,,.......,.......,,.,,.,............i..,,,i,,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 126 left to right . . . kuhns, lebbs, davis, narramore murphy, nina ..........,..............,......,,............,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 72 music ....,,.....,,........,.................... ,,,,,,,,., 2 3, 96 mu sigma chi fraternity ...,..,. ,,,,,,,, 1 17 neeb, lewis .....,.........,..l............ ,,,,,,,,,, 2 3 noble, Wendell ,,,,,,,,,, 42 north hall ,........... ,,,,,,,, 1 03 oratory ,............,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 9 owens, melvin .......,.,.......,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 3 palmer, marvin .,...,...,.....,,,,,.,,,,.,r.r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 36, 54. 86 pasteur scientific society ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 125 bateman. hyatt, gano, baker, eskeridge. cobb, ekenstein, burns, watson payne- i. d. ..,... . payne, louise .,.,,.,................. personalities ................,.,....,,,.,.. phi beta epsilon sorority .....,.. phi lambda nu sorority .,..... phillips, Clyde .....,.......,.....,. philimathian sorority ....... physical education ,,,.,,,...,....,.i pi alpha gamma sorority ..,.,. pi delta sigma fraternity ..,.,.,....,....,...,,.,.,,.,,i.i... .....,..84-91 ........114 .,,,,,,,113 ........l07 ........1l0 ...,..,.1l9 pi kappa delta ...,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 24 left to right . . . broderick, ben ezra, greenawalt, ansberry, fleming, willey placement bureau ..,.,,..,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, pleiades ..............,...,..........,..,.,..,1,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, pomeroy, earle ,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, president-emeritus rnatthews ,,,,,,,,,,,, president grady gammage .....,,,......,,,,,,,,,,, president gerald dart Cstudent bodyh ...,, psychology .,.................................,. ..........,,... quartet ...,............,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, i...........l22 ........32, 103 ........26-27 23 96 red head club .,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , v , ,,,,,,, -124 left to right . . . driscoll, benson, carns, cummings, perry, clark. colford, lewis, lhotchkiss, albrecht, robeson 1'9glStI'aI' ...,,.,,...,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,- ,---,.,..-..,, Y , reid, barney m. sahuaro staff ...... science ,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 19 seniors .....1...,,,o,.,,,, ,,-,,--,-, 3 6, 41 setka, annie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-, ,,--,-,A-,..-A 3 6 sigma tau delta ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 25 hart, payne, hotchkiss. Wilhoit, eberling smith, john ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,.,. - -----,v..--A-- 66 social organizations ....... social studies .....,.......,.. sophomores ....... southern, c. e. .,., . south hall ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, spain, margaret .l...... standage, douglas ...... state press ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, student kaleidoscope ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, tau pi tau ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.-,--- cochran, watts, perry, savoy, cundiff, folsom, douglas, land, gensler tau sigma phi fraternity cayior, mary ........,.............,......,. ffffff tennis men's ........ 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