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

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Y W M 4 W ,Wk H M 3w,Q,.:,.r,fA WA wg Y Ez ,Q-4 PM 21 , M N L ,',,,,v,g,QM - Q ,A -, 3 ,, V ., M WW k Dilgiwf' H w-:saw-5522 M, wiai'-Wig,wigfsgfg-,.rrQgj: ,M -my N52 ff we wax arwvfsii-QM 2' 'ifgff mf I A wwfl-hf2,.'M'Z..m 5fmzf3:.W ws- W r .K A f nm- Egg? if E ?fff14wf..?'f 'ff W ,X 'M-wwf" v f -- zgwg-g.,QaI,.M vm W A nf www yum K mx am x ,ma A ms. mms mia pm nw E , ,,,. a w, ,awww minima Jag-2 L- 2 gg xwA -,., ,, au' XQH-q, " ,ma 5525 . e up .xy 1 f 'L 3M w Q5 S' Q wh fi? -xv . .y, KT ,M lm.. xg QM -7 ez :sn , E, my J nf' .wr V maxim? xljgfvff -K slim L A4 ,, wi. ' wwf' ,ma', . ss Y -Mf 1' 'S :QA Administration DAN E. GARVEY, GOVERNOR OF ARIZONA Governor Garvey and the Board of Regents, plus the legislature worked hand in hand with ASC this year toward build- ing up Tempe's edition of Arizona colleges. They gave us appropriation for new build- ings, new professors, and new courses. Long hours and special sessions marked their contributions, but they survived-unbowed. The Board of Regents of the University and State Colleges of Arizona. Standing, left io right: M. L. Brooks, Dr. Alfr Atkinson, Dr. James Byron McCormick, Dr. Grady Gammage, Dr. Lacy A. Eastburn. Sealed: Cleon T. Knapp, Lynn Laney, Michael B. Hodges, Mrs. Joseph Madison Greer, Samuel Morris, Walter R. Birnson, John R. Babbitt, Ronald Ellsworth, president. . 4 Administration - Completing his fifteenth year as head of ASC Dr. Gammage has supervised its growth from a small teachers college to a liberal arts and education college. He is known by all for his tact, understanding, and cooperation in administration within the college and for his high attainment in the educational world. 1 -,T--af W f mi '1 fi "-"1 ft 'Pt' K, " it it N471 U will lil Htl'-N, 3 t ll--Vt iw if iv' Butt U 5 L., if xl u.,t Mu .QV 'il fi U ,. v'fA1v!'. ft T5 if ff :Af-5 it FW if-' ti HA, lt: ff: tmzljta it Us-3 yi 1' ' 'Q t V I' tt . ff . ,M dmlii: Enid: i':,,,:l .1 1' . 1 .1 U L' Q,-1.23 J' 'Lai it 1 :'if"1C' DR. CRADY CAMMACE, PRESIDENT OF ARIZONA STATE Chamberlain had his umbrella, Churchill a cigar, but with Dr. Gammage it is a bowler hat without which he is seldom en on campus. He is shown below with Governor Garvey as the latter signed the ASC appropriation for the new building ogram. I Dean Grimes not only adm' ' 'ters the college 1 inis- and fac 1 y, but ' u ty efficient- 18 the watchdog of campus life. Nothing goes by him un- noticed - ineritable or otherwise. Genial, just, and firm sums up his student relations policy. Dr. Rich- ardson took the reins as Dean of Instruction this year, and snap courses vanished. Also head of graduate study, he ma' lastic intains scho- standards in all learnin levels of Q. l F l Gif Dean Trovillo served his first year as Dean of Men during '48- '4-9 and laid the groundwork for 11 new high in integrated activity and counselling for ASC's male popu- lace. Well liked by all students, he has proven to he exceedingly un- derstanding and enthusiastic. Dean Sayre, as head of the many offices of student affairshprovides unction in all student-administration con- tacts. Leadership and direction are the two qualities which she pro- motes in students. Administration NIATIHEVVS LIBRARY A. S. C., TEIVIPE, ARIZ PAUL V. TROVILLO, DEAN OF MEN MILDRED B. SAYRE DEAN OF WOMEN AND CHAIRMAN OF THE DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS Administration ' " GEORGE C. YATES, CHAIRMAN OF THE DIVISION OF SPECIAL SERVICES 1 Mr. Yates was undoubtedly one of the busiest men on campus, doub- ling as head of the journalism staff and of the Division of Special Ser- vices. "Pappy" also presided over lhe flock at Irish Hall. Handling all funds for the school was lVlr. Cady, Comptroller. Under his juris- diction came the business office, dining hall, maintenance, bookstore, and all dormitories. GILBERT C. CADY, COMPTROLLER Mr. Payne Completed his career this year as head of the Placement Bureau at ASC. His has for many years been the cherubic face which greeted prospective teachers as they looked for their jobs. Mfr. Thomas, on the other hand, completed his first year as registrar. Seniors quickly learned that his standard for graduating was high-and no easy thing to attain. MATTHEWS LIBRARY A. S. C., TEIVIPE, ARIZ- ALFRED THOMAS, JR., REGISTRAR Administration VX if w L' I. D. PAYNE, HEAD OF THE PLACEMENT BUREAU !' fi f rw f Y I Qiiwaaa 'N x NQHNXR f-3.59.1 f 'fi Nags L , , IL f l il 2-Wallin.:-, ' vllmf...-,l .9 'A . - , ' ig . F1-'Amour Assistants dining hall, in 159- J' E ,ff Z' ,ai efficiently-alum bove people keep vital offices running . h student's everyday life. in achninistration, the a firmary and the library. They play a vital part in t e ni office, pres I ident's office, 5-,uni-xul . , - OR A LEADER Lk fr"vmm U ,rw M l lj-1' 7.111-5, ! flllfliiwjl fill il 'r W' "D l..,"""Mfil MM1 TWT' Ill 1 X - -url , , s ,111 Other people that you meet. in the halls and offices of the Library building Within a few days of entering ASC C mm the inner circles of the Division of Student Affairs and the Business Office. OII18 1 if ,J .Y - A. GJ, .N , -'-we-.1-' "w ., 71 , sr if NWI. Y"'lr' CIXODN J! 14 5 6 7 ru ll 1213 I4 HI8I920ZI 252627213 Ss .IAMICS BIRD Ol" 'l'lll'l SOCIAL S'l'LlD.l,lflS IJl'1l'AR'I'lVIICN'l' Jczm Reeves 'tried nut the new chapel organ for the first time . . . Faculty Cluh, uncler the efficicllt hand of Dr. Gurnee, Mrs. Portnoff, Mr. Thomas, and Mr. Menke, had an successful year . . . Miss Dobbs was am yGElI'OlClC1' . . . Typical ASC atmosphere was fine for lVIr. lVIyers' inlolectual endeavors . . . New profs for lhe second SCIIICSLGI' . . . Those were the zldclccl touches Lu l'ilCLlll-Y lifc. l fig, , 'L E. fu' 1 S1 'xii Lf, nf. , 25" -. 2 gg! JA A ff fm f "Lf 2 M -P X ,Mr- :m.-. w WM, hx X WW ' 1 nf- my W 'eng' fxgmgwwwr r U 5' A M 2 - ,., A 1 .i'if'R -M 125:25 E -L - :- 3,Q,5,w- H i,m,..:. U. , ?.!,5QQv , ' JI 'v 1.4 K -r Q l x , , f ff ,A , EK QM 4, V A gi M ' 5 'fsvv A hiv I -:-: ' ' ,Q K , K Lg: Q ,A ,A ,. :': r-D11--5 ,. A3 J" K A 'I J ' 1 xg? ' ' Z , ' 5 I '. V " . f- NWN. R ,Ss-gg, :' 5? tqvff ' x Y 'A V ww .V N ,, 1 . D W. Qu,-.eww-1 Mf- E J! 3Y. 31 ' ,ff --we - '- If' ggi fl-f?w 1 V rf Y--1:-saw lf' Q' , , gn, Ju 1 5? "' V QQ is 5495 in .q ' 'z- 5 fi, ' , 1-9 "" ' 5 '1,v:..-Trl?" U s H '-11 -:V 1 V -4. -, '.f,.,, vig. lu ff my . 4. ', f . , L Nu- ' ' Q, 4 Qin 11,5524 i "ffl A UA, 559 3vQ,.- , 1? . gn' -ua--vw x 2 fy .H ,ar 'if ' :AQ if V. w .-4-S1 . 4? ff V Q 31 1S12,:fyi2f':Mf 3 , Q - -A - 4, . '- ,. - Q ,- -.vw 1 , P vw' 2, ix' 'Y ,, N -'Q - X" Q 'J' 'EQVQ1 A ' 'xfa' sw. fs' ,fm f is 4 z 'wf -V N5f""f'wf was Q1 +1 -' . , ' ,. 2 - ax-. . . N .Q J Q , ' 52 1 , Bead! 3,3 -Q6 Q ,N fm' fm, 'X , , 33 Department Heads Keeping the various departments of an expanding ASC running smoothly is no easy task, what with courses being added, dropped, and changed. Even keeping up with changes in the catalog is a full time occupation. Except for minor idiocyncracies which appear for a few weeks immediately follow- ing each registration, students find these counsellors genial, understanding, and exceedingly patient. DR. B. IRA JUDDQ AGRICULTURE PAULA R. KLOSTER5 ART J. HILKERTg COMMERCE DR. SAMUEL BURKI-IARDg EDUCATION DR. L. M. MYERS5 ENGLISH DR. IRMA WILSON 5 FOREIGN LANGUAGES DR. JESSIE M. RANNELLS5 HOME ECONOMICS COL. CARL B. WAHLEg MILITARY SCIENCE Students in the various department at ASC swear by the people who sign their trial registration cards. Anything from lending financial help to finding loopholes in the endless red tape of filling requirements inthe curricula, these are their tasks and talents. emits-2 sws H seem fi. c., mines, Amr. HARY B. I-IARELSON, MUSIC LEWIS S. NEEB, INDUSTRIAL ARTS RUDY H. LAVIK, ATHLETICS NINA B. MURPHY, WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION DR. H. CLAY SKINNER, PSYCHOLOGY DR. GEORGE N. BATEMAN, SCIENCE HAROLD BACHELOR, LIBRARY SCIENCE DR. RUFUS K. WYLLYS, SOCIAL STUDIES Department I-leads Faculty Although ihey are sometimes accused of split personalities-their classroom manner and their party moods-the faculty proved in most cases that "the quality of mercy is not strained." And mercy was what most students desired in the final analysis. -Tw. -'U' 4,-2 VVILLIAM F. ANDERSON DR. RAGHAEL S. BALI. AUSTIN S. BRATCHER DOROTHY J. BERGAMO J. CHRISTENSEN ii. ROSA O. DEMBO MILES A. DRESSKELL NADINE DRESSKELL DR. HARVEY L. EBY .IEANNE EVANS DR. MARY J. ESCUDERO DOROTHY GILLANDERS DR. HUGH HANSON TOM J. HARTER DR. JOSEPH V. HOLLY ELIZABETH H. JAMES RLOWE KEITH ARLES L. KOELSCHE WIS LAP-MORE . GEORGE H. VAUGHN . PAUL T. MILLER CK MOUNT RTIN MORTENSEN . OMA NORTON . ROBERT PLUMMER . COLLICE PORTNOFF ERETT R. SHAW . HERBERT L. STAHNKE 1THERINE THOMAS PNALD THOMPSON EOMAS THORPE n ELEN ZAP-EMBO ,1,,A'.H L xgr ' lr !,w ,Q EYHATTH EW-S 3 U B F I HE 3. Q, Tr1aafaP5,AHsi,b aw t7 ,,,'1T""' ' - 'Q i A1 A 2 ,QQ-ww f? ,Q b F uf., J ,QE r , 15- , av .Q gp Faculty Power behind the wheels of progress came through the assistants in adminis- tration. Although they were often Mun- honored and unsung" the force was still there. Theirs was the impetus which kept students and administration traveling in the same direction. fi.. . y 4- , Mf"- ZZQ' V K f.g.l.Q9,1ppt L, I MW swf f 'M-ff'i'5' l31 .,4,W: ,ya V4-f N: M 0 T X' mdlllllillm T -Quin' p X, Uugf N Q I ,, X ,xg 'W A 3 Q fl mi l .T l l :all fl fly" , -- wr' f ,,,..- must J' ...f ff I Y.. ,. . . -.' --:, A ix E ,Q M .,. T 6 L 'f' ',3.Lg,1f,,-Ag 4"' all? .uni-1 - 1 A -A -- ARTHUR L. CALLAWAY JAMES W. CREASMAN SALLIE HAYDEN ELAINE HENDRIXSON THOMAS B. LILLICO RUTH P. LOWTHER ROBERT F. MENKE ISABEL O. OVERTON PEGGY R. KEEGAN MARJORIE C. SI-IAVER GENEVIEVE SVARPA EUGENIA SYMMS MATH-mws LIBIEQARY A. S. cw, TEMPE, ARIZ. Q Q 9. , E , -Vw , .5 K I Q , ,su M , L -.: ., .,.,, I :: -N4 Q, ,, if-L -, , X 1 f A V KN X' I ZK "' N " . xx ggi'-' Nw. 'kim 'E 'N ,gm Sta it I A 1' q "xx-,fS , . - fi XX ','e'kg-Wx ggi A -. 1 1 , , xi 'D-TSX' if - . f .. - . ,, 595+ zl- 'V "1 2 -,Lx . - ' - -.-L.-A S 12 A 4 -- V ,' :.. 1 - -elf? ra! - . R1 sw - Rv- .,,, W i " xxhm A ' f W dx' W K Q "5 " '- ':' :' .I , fri . FX- K .. X A, 12 V x V . WA Max 4 I my Hx X4 KN - r Qi Q yi x X - ,N , 4:-- :mi A .. ,., Y! . y f , X31 am 'T . , A F ' f XXX . ' 5 'X' W! E N w X ' ' 51' jj -' - - E -- - - - l g -1 - f - - - . x- -aw K ix ' ,Q X ' 'Ai ' N Y - ' N' 'M . 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X' 1 axixx xi M M , 5 tl-1' 1 1-X 'Ri xx X v X - - -as X- E :., ,,. 5,25 X ,S 4- A ig ,ev .,. 2 x if XA - Azzz. - ':'- ' 5 Q S, . -". 5.5, A M H " ':":' 555 f H-w 2 T 5 5' "2iiWf5f': Y 4 , 1 -Wm 1 1 , - x Slgngxx J , .M 5.1 1 v 1 s 1 , F E L L Q Q S. S 3' E E S 5 x l Y 5 1 5 2 X Y 5 'v g H Q 5 M y i 5 E i 1 LPMMI'5.h ' "'m w'mT?3Ef4.iDii?"'d'A'5ii-FKH21 5BH1RE'WN9s.?M?'eufl'2Z3c A.6,L?!kE,fWM14f1.TBEfH QE.2 iii? Seniors With all the prestige which comes from having inhabited a campus for four years, the seniors were contented with merely being seniors. Such Ino- mentous decisions as choosing gradua- tion announcements left them undaunt- ed, and they went their wearied and worried way toward graduation. Offi- cers guiding and representing the class were George Eubanks, vice presidentg Velma Lowe, secretaryg Pat D'Addea, representative, and Tom Pendergast, president. V Q.w"w:"".rp?:':'1, "1 ' -f . -.1 . lu.. v:l1r,lZ'fiwxlllvV, JU. ,,,. ,. ....., - ,. H, 4., ,. ,, sie., , X f 55 ,.,,,'w, 353 -.-: :ft "" A ,, so Q mt! 1 5hg5W,ii5'35"'www-1'mwa"Ul1gi5 iss?" e ' ' ---lwgi-.'i' E 'mf' f-W Jiiespws wr . , x. H wvizzzsaiarv - i ep "-fps' ' s ' 4 , , P - 3 t me Fu, jf i2e'1ljf"" , To W :i X gb 1 A fijfix il. Lk isfiiy! y ' 2, is 5 ,gfi ,QQ G' 7 .. IEE'-H1 of M Q V - -we , gif. in 'rr in it H H as .1 r . ina? , s DOROTHY ADAMS LOIS ALBERTSON IBETTY ALKIRE IPAUL ANDERSON 'VIC ANDERSON DOUG ARMSTRONG RICHARD ARTES POLLY ANN ASHER ETSY AZLIN AT BALEN ORMA BARKLEY LFRED BARNES YOTA BARRETT OROTHY BEACH ON BELL OUGLAS BELSHER E BERLENDIS IOBERT BERMAN -QERT BERTRAND 'RED BEIBER Seniors JA r 5 1 F.. MW WM dx. lf , Seniors 'jx X 5. fix All X LEROY V. BJORKLUND BILLIE BOBBITT MILDP-ED A. BOLDT RUDY BOLOGNA- GERALD BOYCKS JAMES H. BOYD JAY BOYLE VVM. B. BRIDGEWATER MARJ ORIE BRILL WES BROSVIK LEATHA BRYANT DOROTHY BUCKELEW THOMAS BRYSON ROBERT BUELL JAMES BURHANS AMOS CAMBRIC, JR. JOSE MARIA BURRELL SALLY CABDWELL JAMES CAREY GENE COOPER JACK CHILDERS BETTY CIOCHETTI ALMA CLARINO CHARLES CLEMENS JOHN CLEMENS ROBERT CLOUTIER JIM COLEMAN ROBERT COLGAN WILLIAM COLVVELL PATRICIA CONNIFF EVELYN C. COOK LOUIS COOR BARBARA CORTRIGHT LEM CORTRICHT BETTY COSCARART JUNE CROSS BARBARA CRANDALL PATRICK D'ADDEA LEONARD F. DALTON PATRICK DALTON 4.1, 't , M xi R Q. 'A " E!',4 1 n' ' I 1 w w., 1' w. . R 1 Seniors Seniors RICHARD DAMIENCKI SID DAMRON JANET DAOU EUGENE DAUGHERTY NORMAN DAVIS RAY C. DAVIS BENJAMIN H. DE CHANS JEAN DE ROULHAC JAMES DIBLE JACK DOWNS MARILYN DOWNS LEE DRAKE GORDON DRIGGS VIRGIE DRYER SHIRLEA DRYER JOHN DUFALA cl I RACHAEL ECHEVERRIA N ENID ILLIAN PAUL ERICKSON GEORGE EUBANK JAMES FATTALEH PAUL FINCH MAY FERGUSON CHARLES FILBY MARGARET FISHER ANN FLAGG KATHLEEN FLAKE JUNE FLICK JUAN FLORES ROBERT FLORES LEONARD FORMAN CHARLES E. FOSTER GLENN R. FOSTER FAITH FRAZIER GENE FRANCIS RAYMOND FUNK KENNETH GATES ALVEENA GEISLER LOUIS GENTILE FRANCIS GIBNEY, JR. Seniors Seniors RUTH CILDEA HARRIET GILILLAND GOODWIN GLANCE FRED GOSE CALVIN GOODE JOHN GOODRICH THOMAS GRAHAM OLIVE GRASHAM JOHN GREEN JOHN GREGORY WILLIAM GREIFF RAY HAIRE CLAYTON HALLICKSON D. H. HANDGIS JAMES HANDGIS EDITH HAMILTON GARTH HANCETT CHRIS HANSEN JOAN HANSEN JOY HANSEN DONALD HERRIN LOY HATCH ROY HATCH .JOHN HATLEY ALLEN HAWS BARBARA HEFLIN SHIRLEY HEMPHILL PAT HENDERSON JAMES HILL TOM HERZ ARTHUR HILSEY LILY HING NORMA HYATT CHI-CHAO HSU DOROTHY JACKSON ELEANOP. JENSSEN ROBERT JONES ROBERT JONES ROBERT JONES MARCELLA JONES Seniors J , Qx '- 1 ' YY I Q lll- It e . V gi Y .V ,TT . 'Q ' , M A. V .... E av '- l e" " I .. I . I XM Seniors ROLAND JONES JOI-IN KAUFMANN WILLIAM KEEGAN CHARLES KOHLBERG FRANK KOMADINA NORBERT KONZAL JOSEPH KOVACH ELIZABETH KNOTTER JOHN KREIGER ROBERT KACENA BOB LAMPARTER MRS. W. R. LAND NORMAN LA POF F MANUEL LERMA ROBERT LARSON A. J. LAUGHLIN VINCENT LAYBE CLARENCE LEABO ANNA MAY LEE CHARLES ROBERT LEWI J. ANN LEWIS EDWIN LONG VELMA LOWE NADINE MCDEVITT JOSEPH MAHONEY ROBERT MCKINLEY ROSE MCFEE HAZEL L. MCDONALD FRANCIS MADDEN 55 MARY MANNING EUGENE MABIN OLGA MARKICEVICH LARRY MARTIN NEIL MATTHEWS SALLIE MATHEWSON ANN MATTOX J. E. FRANCLIN MAXWELL LILLIAN MENDOZAIQY SHIRLEY MERRILL ALBERT MEYERS ,, , ,L L.. 'N ,J-E: . 5: ,ig Seniors PE, fx Seniors 'ik ALBERT MEYERS RODERICK MEYERS HAROLD MILLER MARLAN MILLER PEGGY MILLER ROY MOCK JAMES MONTGOMERY MARY JO MONTERO THOMAS MOORE HAROLD MOSELEY MARJORIE MOSER ELINOR MOSTEIRO LOUISE MOWAT ERNEST NEDD ALFRED NADEAU DONALD NELSON KAY HUGHES NICKLES JERRY NICKLES EDWARD NUPOLL HUGH O'CONNELL BETTY JEAN OFT PAT OLLERTON HERBERT OLSON GLORIA PARRA BETTY PARSONS SHERRY PATTERSON DOROTHY PAYNE DON PETERSON RANGES PETERSON EORGE PETERSON OIS PETERSON ICHARD PETERSON INCENT PENTECOST OM PENDERGAST ILLIS PETERSON ELBA PHILLIPS ARLEEN PLAVAN LENE POWER AT POUPPIERT EAN POLSON Seniors Seniors EARLENE REFSNES .TARROT REPPERT CHARLES REEVES JEAN REEVES KATHLEEN REEVES FRANK RISPOLI ALLEN ROBINSON FRANK ROBERTSON GERHART ROSELER GERTRUDE ROSELER JAMES RUNNION IVER RUSTUEN PHILLIP SABAG DONALD SAPP JOSEPH SAUVE WADE SAWAIA WILLIAM SAYLOR EARL SCHMIDT SHIRLEY SCHMITZ. ELOISA SEGOVIA ANNIE SEGULJA JAMES SEXTON WILLIAM SIMPSON MARGARET SING RICHARD SKINNER BEVERLY JEAN SLOAN RUCE SMITH ' IACQUELIN SMITH ILLIAM SMITH ELVIN SNOKE 9 IRGINIA SNOWDEE LAINE soLMs L SOROKA AROLD STICKLE ABEL STIERVVALT ELEN STOCKER TEPHEN STOETZEL ILLIAM SUCHAK ARY SUE SWALLOW JHARLES TABEEK Seniors :- I Y ' Ji -.1-2' -,f, .fp A E " fv . , I if .g F i X. Q 4 ag A Seniors -l-....... -- -' H un.-..........L f , 1 4 I fffi:-.Q 4, flu. 4 ' BARRY TEAD CHARLES TERRY GORDON THOMAS HENRY THOMAS LOUIS TRYON JOYCE TVERBERG ARTHUR TURNER LINDA TURNER MARGARET UNDERHILL ROBERT VUKCEVICI-I PATRICIA VAN ANDEL CHARLES VAWTER JAMES VIZCAYA ALMA VOGT HERBERT VOSS ORLIN WAAS MARGARET WACHTER GILBERT WANG ADALINE WARD EULA WELKER Seniors 1Jo1xoTHy RAY WELTQN HOWARD WHETTEN THERON WIDMAN DAN WILSON JAMES WINNINGHAM HARRIET WITTENBERG GRETE WORM RICHARD WORTHEN CARL WRONKO FRAN YEAGER BERNARD ZAPKIN VIVIAN ZEMAN Jax 'QR ! 2' l -i .r"'Z ,A-f ,f ff zz n MM! JI gffgf' X' Q'N'1 IWW! 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LH - X-3-a:X,X5MX.'5: -X ,UH . . W If,--- wif,-.w-:X 1 ,qw -wg, I 15 KJ' ' H' - . -' " '.' u- ., 'H N' v.: -1 1 R Kvjm nu Q-: - ' ...gf 'QA-,kv 'G W'-1. . .. ,.:. UI'11OI'S Until President .lohn Gay Gregory left school at the end of the first sem- ester, the unior class was one of the most active on campus, but the lack of student interest in the second semester forced them to cancel their annual Proms Their outstanding members will guide student activity next year. Jack Thoman, Elmer Cooper, John Gregory, Gerry Benscoe, and Bob lVlitchell were their officers. l bf" it X Zff 3 ' x . W A My if I .,, ' N ,fi Q sl. X'f?g'f ' ,iff ' .7 Qt ll ,, ff-G X I ' ' 4 x l ij, f ,f .f wg ' 'h ' V ffl 1 fr i 52? 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HILL DEAN HILTS ROY HILTS MARY HOLBROOK DONALD HOOVER ANTHEN HUBBARD MARILYN HYDE FORREST JACOBS ROGER JEPSEN VIRGINIA JOHNSON MARILYN KALAZA NANCY KELLER MARIE KENTERA DOLORES KEY JAMES KIRKLAND CAROLINE KILPATRICK CAROLINE KIVLEY MARTIN KLASS MELVIN KORTAN THOMAS KROMKA GEORGE KRUEGER MARGARET LAGERQUIST ROBERT LAMB WANDA LAW WILKISON ROBERT LOVVRIE DOROTHY LINDSEY JEARL LISONBEE WILLIAM LOGSDON CHRISTY LUIZZO BARBARA MCCLANAHAN YVONNE MCCOMBS MILLICIENT MCCONNELL THOMAS MCDEVITT SHIRLEY MCFATE CECIL MARKLAND RUDY MARSICAL uniors uniors aa. f fit I gc 'I' . if-.3 . .sffgx , , V w. ,qw ,, lu .1 WILLIAM MARQUARDT PAULINE MARSHALL CLENNICE MARTIN RITA MARTIN RICHARD MASON KENNETH MASON MARY BETH MASON RUDOLF MASTALER BARBARA MATTOX HARRY MEHRTENS DUWAYNE MENEELY TRUDY MERCADO JOHN METZLER MARY MEYERS PAUL MITCHELL ROBERT MITCHELL FRANKIE MOORE ALBERT MORITSKY CODY MOTHERSHED BARBARA MOYER ROY MURPHY MAYDEAN NEVITT LEONA NEW VIC NIELSON PAUL OLLERTON FRED OLSSON BERT OSTLUND LORRAINE PADELFORD EDGAR PALMER INEZ PATTERSON ROY PATERSTON PAT PENDER ALLEN PINNELL JACK PETERSON ALEX PETRI E MARY PHILLIPS FRANCES PICERNO HERBERT PICKETT WILLIAM PIERCE MARILYN PRIOR MASON KENNETH PREWITT JEAN RAM ELIZABETH RAMSEY LILLIAN RAYES JOSEPH REFSNES INA REGGIN ARTHUR REICHENBERGER ROBERT REYNOLDS .IEAN RICCA HAROLD RICHARDSON ERLENE ROBERTS ALBERTA ROBBINS GRACE ROGERS CHARLES ROLPH MARY JEANNE ROW ANN SAYRE ADRIAN SCOTT RALPH SCHWALBE SUZANNE SEARCY HARRY SELCHOW JAMES SELLERS RALPH' SHELLEY MARTHA SHIRK HAROLD SHOEMAKER ROBERT SHULER THOMAS SHULTZ CAROL SIEGRIST .IAMES SINIFF SHIRLEY SMITH MELVIN SNOKE MARY LOU SNYDER ZORA STEVENSON JACK STEWARD JEAN SWANBERCER JOHN SWIFT VALDONNA TABER JEROME TARSHIS DAN TEDRICK BEATRICE TEETER JOHN TEMPLE uniors uniors JACK THOMAN RUTH TIMBERLAKE PATRICIA TOWNSEND PATRICIA VAN ANDEL EDMUND VERRUE CLIFF WAETJE RUTH WANG FRANCES WARE TOM WATSON CONSTANCE WIEDERI-IOLT ROY WIGGANS LOIS WILLIAMS FRANCES WILLIAMS JOHN WILLIAMS JERRY WILSON RALINE WOOD BEVERLY WOODS MARY WOOFTER PATRICIA WOOLERY ELIDIA YBARRA J 'w EG ., 1" TJYWVZ ? t X V .. 3 . H , - ' I V ,Q 1 ' ' if 'fiffr M A, 5 5? 'f W L + P12 'Tw v Z2 5332 -4 W , ' 1 . 1 'fl 5 I . ,I ,Q mx V. ,m:w?Zff 1 ::f:Q:v'f:- gs sin as-'wrr 51139111 2 ! , A , ' 1' rms w A' X M Y S X .5-fi-1:3 ' W M, s1:fM,.1 ,, A' 'fix 5 Us X ' X ' K" Wm ig .. L WK 5, I 1 5"f7iffw 1- A .uv z , ML 1 sl? L ' N ,.J!.w:'X ffm , ,gf l ., . , ,Vim Us ..,,,.g1,:3 , ' 32 1: V k ea, ,nfinf M NAL... ' ,lift Lian ,lbw HP I sg if Sophomores I si? '.l V A X f f r s fi! 6. U ffl li f NX 1... ,ff K n 1 x ful if Spline! 1 x X X :lil fagafgef 5 : Having been in the green pastures for a year, the sophomore yearlings were on nearly every committee of import- ance. They got their feet on the ground early in the year to sponsor a school dance, but the plans were frustrated by the lack of calendar space. They look forward to a great year as upperclass- men-holding a few reigns. At the head of the class was President Jim Warne, Eleanor Martin, Bill Anderson, Wally Bender, and Bob Stump. l Q in '..'wf:g3Q ' E r fr 5 sg r r 'y .f- ls ,,.,,..' SHIRLEEN ALLEN BILL ANDERSON JOHN ANDERSON GEORGIA APPLEBY RAY ARBIZU FLORENCE ARIZONA JOE AUSERE WALLY BAINES JOHNNIE BAILEY HAROLD BANKI-IEAD WAYNE BARNEY ELIZABETH BARTMUS AL BATES WALLY BENDER .JOHN BELLAK DON BENNETT JOE BERNHARD HAROLD BIRTCHER MARY BLACKFORD MARCIA BLAIR ROBERT BOES JULIA BONARDEN BARBARA BOURDON BRYCE BOWDON ELIZABETH BOWER FRED BRADFORD BETTY JUNE BRANTLEY ROSE MARIE BURCH JOANNE BURGESS BILL BUTLER JOE BYRD HOMER BYRD .IO CAPONO ED CARSON ROBERT CASTLE YOLANDA CASTRO SHIRLEY CLARK BARBARA COLLIER DALE CONRAD MARILYN COOR Sophomores Sophomores MARY ANN CORBELL RUBEN CORNEJO DORIS COUZENS DAN COX LORRAINE CROSS LEE DOWNER SHIRLEY DEWITT ROBERT DOJAQUEZ ARTHUR DONALDSON PATRICIA DONHAM MARLOW DONN PEGGY DUANE CHARLOTTE ERICKSON WALTER EVERETT BURKE EWING PAULINE FANFARILLO WILLIAM FARROW ANN FERGUSON BILL FLEMING BILL FLOWER BEVERLY FISHER RICHARD FORCE JACK FORD DANIEL FOWLER PATRICIA FREELAND JEANNINE FREESTONE BOB FULLER JIMMIE GAGE YVONNE GAGNIER ROBERT GAY ELNORA GEILER MORTON GERBER PAUL GRAY STANLEY GREENE JOHN HALDIMAN RALPH HALL BOB HAMILTON DAVE HARCUM RALPH HASSETT JOHN HEILEMAN ELAINE HARMON MARY HEWETTE JOHN HIGHTOWER BARBARA HILL BONNIE HODGES BARBARA HOLLINGSHEAD DAVID HOLMES LLOYD HOPPER BETTY LOU HUGHES SHIRLEY JAMES DOROTHY JANSSEN CHARLES JOHNSON BETTY JEAN JORDAN JOHN KATSENES MONTE KELLEY NANCY KELLOGG RUSSELL KENISTER BENITA KI-IAN TONY KOMADINA RICHARD KOPEREK LOUIS KOPSKY JOAN KORINEK LILLIAN KRUKONIS LILLIAN KUSEK DWIGHT LEWIS GENE LEWIS ROBERT LEWIS I-IORTENSE LUGIBIHL NADINE MQCLEARY JERI MCCLENNY MARY MCCOMBS MARY MCKONE GEORGE MARISCAL KENNETH MARSHALL ELEANOR MARTIN ED MAXEY DONALD MAYER MARY MEAD TONI MELLES BILL MELVIN Sophomores hu. Sophomores SALLY MENDOZA EVA MILLER PHYLLIS MILLER CLAIR MILLET HOWARD MOORE JACKIE MORRIS HOVVARD MOSES BABETTA MULLER TERRY MURPHY PEGGY MYERS PETE NAVARRETE HAROLD NELSON BETTY ANN NUTTALL ABBIE JANE OLSSON PATSY PAGE STANLEY PALMER KEITH PARRY DON PATTERSON AMELIA PEREA RAYMOND PENA BOB PERRY ELEANOR GAY PEW CHARLES PHIPPENY MIKE PINGITORE JOHN PUGH CAROL PUETZ GEORGE PUGNEA SHIRLEY RACOBS CLARA RANDOLPH ROMA RAPP WILLIAM REAM MONICA RECHTFERTIG CAROL REED ELIZABETH REEVES GUYRENE RUTHERFORD JO RILEY DOROTHY ROBERTS GENE ROBERTSON CAROLYN ROGERS .IEANETTE SALMONS JOYCE SCHNELL HANNAH JEAN SCHOOLER KEMPTON SEAMAN PAUL SEAMAN GEORGE SESSIONS DARLEEN SEXTON FRED SHAHEEN BETTY JO SHELLINGTON OTTO SHILL ROBERT SHOWERS DONALD SMITH MAXINE SMITH CECILIA STEVENS FRANCES STOKOE GEORGE STONE ORMA MAY STRONG BOB STUMP ANN SWALLOW DELOS OWEN TAYLOR ELAINE TESSMAN VERA TERKELSEN GEORGE THAGARD A. T. THOMPSON MARY THORUD CAROLINE THRUN DON TIVEROFSKY DOUG TODD MARY LOU VERDUGO BEVERLY WALDIE CARL LEE WALKER MARY WALKER LLOYD WAMSLEY JIM WARNE CLIFF WARNER JAMES WARREN JEAN WASSERMAN BOBBIE WATTS JIM WEATHERLY BARBARA WEDGE BILL WEIPERT Sophomores M Sophomores CLARENCE WEST EILEEN WHITLOW ROY WIGGINS JACK WISE GINNIE WISEMAN JANE WORM HARRY WREDE JOYCE YWAN OW JACK YELVERTON FRANCES YOUNG MARILYN ZIMMERMAN N. X X f:'f?4"Qlw Q WW X," Q 'EL X'QENa E Q'-5.3 ' Migx '17- N N, N- , 1 ya' I J Ag .Q 'VN J- 5 mf if -Jifgimi-il.I15lZ .. , x f Z- ' An I C -g -.1 f. -,, A wf,a?TJijMf N M N "" - EN' Y . "ff "M" 'A 'x X 2 A . ,lg wyf: figs W ' 331' ' ':zm-W' , gm 95 E 'Zz H L M -A -,nf f X X X ,ra , V . M, ,- 4, A M SV,',', Z , -. . . ' A . , . ,A .. , .. A- A '1-- ,, , -, 'f-u.....a1...-U1-u-.--f ' .4,,.,. - '-V -H1 , ww, , ' , -1 ' V - :L -U.,.xfs4f4-if -' fm R , WWQ. za wa Q ..Q 4 1 -www Freshmen V V gn. ,E ,w,, ,Q w W H wi, 1 M wi Ewitj -H w' H 1, J V ww N wi, law, N ,,. , it T, N , , iibtb L f L aJ W1 "The Personality Kids" were undoubtedly . the liveliest class on campus, beginning the year wit hmany skating parties and dances. They were the only class represented by a float in ' the homecoming partde, and all neophytes were given a chance to get acquainted at their functions. BILLIE MELBA J. G. GEORGE J UANITA WALTER ACKEL ADAMS A ALVAREZ ANGER ASHE ANDREWS L E 9 M r M Wi- H GEORGE BALDWIN sf' BILL BARNES ' x as L-, I. . Ji Q ' ,- i .-V-f BEULAH BART HOLOMEW MARTY BAUGHMAN MARY SUE BASKIN BAUMAN MARILYN BECK SUE ZANE BEELAR FRED BELL DELORES BENAVIDEZ PAT BENENATO LLOYD BENTON MARGARET BERRY JEAN BILES DONNA BLACK BETTY BOCK . BLAINE BOWMAN DELLA BRAZEAL CAROL BRIGGEMAN ARDEN BROOKS BILL BRISCAL DORIS ANN BROWN EDITH BROWN MARY LOUISE BROWN NED BUCHANAN SUSAN BULLOCK RAE BURT LUCY LEE CAUGHLIN ALBERT CERINO SUE ANN CHEADLE .IOI-IN CONNIFF EARL CLARK LOUISE CROCKETT HELEN CRUZ HELEN CAMP DOROTHY CONNOR LA VONNA CONWAY BETTY ANN COOPER EUGENIA COOPER BILL COX BOB DAMERON MARY LOU DANKS Ui:- Freshm en Freshmen ig. Q... 5275 . ,wi.i:.g"5..' DON DEDERA MELBA DENHAM JOHN DIEHL VIVIAN DICKINSON BARBARA JO DONOFRIO BECKY DOUTHITT NANCY DOUTHITT MAPLETTE DUCLOS THELMA DUKE MARGUERITE DUPREE RAYMOND ECKSTRAND BARBARA EGLINGTON DORIS EHRHARDT BARBARA ELLIOTT BECKY FERGUSON LUCY FORBES ROBERT FORMAN LOIS FOSTER WAYNE FREEMAN WILMABELLE FRYE ANITO GALINDO POLLYANN GAMBLE ROBERT GAMBLE JO ANN GARDNER GENE GARRISON BOB GEHRES GEORGE GELLER BARBARA GILBERTSON GLORIA GRANTHAM MARILYN GRIFFIN MARGY LOU HALL JOHN HAMILTON ALEX HANDGIS FRANCES HANKS BARBARA HEAVIN JAN I-IEDRICK PATRICIA HILL ROGENE HINSHAW MARILYN I-IODGES BERTIE HOGLE FLORENCE HOWARD MARILYN HYDE NORMA JACK IRMA J EPSON AMY JENTOFT ANN J ELLIS ON DONNA JOHNSON ERNEST JOHNSON ROBERT JOHNSON EARL JOHNSTON HELEN JONES NORMA JONES FLORENCE KILPATRICK JERRINE ANN KLIEFOTH THEODORA KOSTOPOULOS DICK LOCKARD BENNY LAE ROY LARSEN CHESTER LEIGHTON SHIRLEY LESTER SUE LIEBENON NORIVIA LOVE OLIVER LOVETT ED LUKE MARTHA LOU LYNCH WANDA NICANALLY NORMA MCDONALD SAM MCFARLAND MICKEY MCGUIRE DOROTHY MCINNES JACQUILINE McKAY DONALD MCNULTY KATHLEEN MARBLE STANLEY MATHEWS KATHERINE MATHEWVS ELAINE MEEKER ROBERT MEDLYN BARBARA MILLER IRMA MILLER NEATA MAY MILLER Freshmen Freshmen J UANITA MINITRE MARY MINUCCI IMOGENE MITCHELL CARRIE MONTOYA JAMES MOONEY JUANITA MORRIS JOAN MORGAN BETTY ALICE MORRIS MARGIE MONDO BILL MOUGH MARTHA MOUNTAIN LILLIAN NACKARD BETTY NELSSEN BILL NEWBRAND NORMAN NICOLET MARY NIX DICK NIX EULA NOBLE MAXINE NORR MARY OLSSON DELBERT OPIE BETH PAYNE JUNE PAYNE LEE PAUL FRANCES PETERSON LAWRENCE PETZ LUCY PHILLIPS SUZANNE PHILLIPS RUBY PRINCE MADELINE PLUMMER HAROLD PORTER DONALD PREMEAU MARGIE RADNOR BILL RAWLINS FRANK REAM PAT REILLY DON REMM CHARLES RUNBECK .IOANNE ROALSTAD RUBY ROGERS THOMAS ROGERS WILLIAM ROGERS DOROTHY ROHRER PEGGY ROLEY DAVID ROMAN JANE ROSE DUANE RUFF IN PHYLLIS RUGGER BESSIE SAKELARIOU FRED SALERNO EDWARD SAVEL ED SENSEMAN MAE SI-IAJVIBLEE BARNEY SHIMONOVVSKY E. LEE SHUMVVAY KAY SILVERS ALICE SIMMONS JOYCE SIMMS HERB SINGER CI-IARLSIE SMITH .JEAN SMITH MARCELLA SMITH MELBA SMITH WILMA SAGER KAY SORENSON VERN SPICER BARBARA SPOONER CAROL SPOTTS MARY SPOTTS CAROL STEVENSON BARBARA STRICKLAND VANITA STONE VIRGINIA SUTTER RICHARD TALCOTT HARRY TANG GEORGE TI-IAGARD CAROL ANN THIEL LOIS JANE THOMPSON THOMAS THOMPSON FRANCES THOMPSON Freshmen A E 31' ,S if Freshmen LOUISE THORNBURG LORNA LOU TOLBY RUTH TOLLEFSRUD JEAN ULMER CHARLES UPCHURCH ROBERT C. UNNEWEHR DEMETRE VALISSARAKOS OLETA VAUGHN NICK VITKOVICH BERT VIZCAYA BILL WALLACE GLORIA WALSH MARY ANN WALSH GEORGE WALTERS MARIAN WANG J. A. WAPPLEHOST JACK WARREN HARRY WASIELEWSKI CHARLES WATTS CHARLES WAYBRIGHT MARTHA WELLBORN MAXINE WEST GLORIA WESTON BETE WHATLEY NINA LEE WILLIAMS JAMES WILLIAMSON PATSY WILSON RICHARD VVILSON PHYLLIS WINSOR THOMAS WOGAMAN WILLIE ESTHER WOODS HARLEY YOCUM CAROL ANN YODER DORA JUNE YOUNG DOROTHY P. YOUNG JIMMIE LOU YOUNGER GARY L. THOMPSON ENID ILLIAN W. PATTERSON WILLIAM COWELL Graduate Graduate Graduate Senior RANCIS SHUTTS GEORGIA BARNES HAROLD SWANSON MARIE GETTY Senior Junior Junior Junior EAN WINKLER DICK THOMAN PATRICIA BRASHEAR JAMES WESTON Junior Junior Sophomore Sophomore AUL TSK IRIS BOB HAMILTON FRANK GERBIG MARY LOU SHIELDS Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore NORMA STEVENSON ROBERT DONAHUE Freshman Freshman Mavericks Senior Senior CLYDE HEWETTE EARL SINGLEY Junior Junior BERNARD LOSSING K. MARSHALL Sophomore Sophomore CHARLES WADE PHILIP RICHERT Freshman Freshman ' GENE CORNO Senior if I pare' W?- f wang- ' gee 11, wi Stamping Ground Endless bookstore lines, informal campus confabs, and number- out hotly contested elections made our days complete. To add to the round of social activities Pat Dalton continued to dream up something new :in the social life at ASC. Neophyte square dancers had a Won- derful time mistaking calls, and throughout it all Steve's Campus Class proved to be the most popular one in the Curriculum. 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YA 'F L . --XX ,M . , is 1, -. its 'Ag-1 Xa: 555355-W NRf 4 ifggQX? 35 2 V H' as m , 31 Q' ' , K Lg?l5 55, 5f Lp 3: X gb mx? gg x H 8 H 2 M RQ' x M W M ' Y gig X ii? 5' 3 . . g 5, zzz ,, ,, . V 21 I ,- Y W JW ' hip M' 1 . ru 5, , 4 Y , Wag xx xxx few X 1 w is Q 1 wk 2 x Nkth.: V n ihwvsxz .lxiljh lv.. Njwxx 5332 N Vi' fl 5 W? XE ' gi f,'..f'.,-ii i 1 as 1 'E wx ,ELL , if 2 L f ASASC The office at the end of Library Annex housed busy Associated Student officers and their many activities. They worked under a new constitution and proceeded to write still another. Frank Robertson, auditorg Mary Beth Mason, secretaryg Pat Dalton, vice-presidentg and Orlin Waas, president kept the wheels rolling during an active and successful year. ASASC Under the revised constitu- tion, Jack Cuthbertson and Sherman Payne ruled the roost where money, sales, and con- tracts vvere involved, and ex- pense accounts ceased to be padded. Student Council gov- erned activities, and their opin- ion vvas not to be regarded lightly, either. They represent- ed the voice of each class and larger campus unit. 'M AMS Chief projects for the year in A.M.S. were the Arizona Relays, the high school track meet, and the all school picnic in the spring, a smooth but hi- larious affair at Thunderbird. Presi- dent John Pole also busied himself at the head of Blue Key and the Home- coming Parade. COUNCIL supporters were Gordon Thomas, Louis Gentile, Bob Parsons, Joe Cooperg standing-J. L. Sauve J ack Ford, Jerry Nickels, George Sessions, John Pole, and Hank Thomas. N H - M ' M ASASC Serving as Women's Judiciary coun- cil were members of the Associated Women Students. Notable among this year's projects was the Big Sister pro- gram, the traditional Star Formal, and a Spaghetti dinner early in the spring. AWS council members pictured be- low include Bea Bednorz, Shirley Mc- Fate, .Tune Cross, Fern Taylor, June Gilbertsong standing: Barbara :Cran- dall, Dorothy Lindsay, Mary Lou Bur- ton, Gaye Andrews Zeno, Olga Marki- chevich, and Marilyn Downs. l ASASC Setting down laws and governing policies for all men's dormitories is the responsibility of the lVIen's Judiciary committee. With the guidance point of View they have established a reputation for fairness and wisdom in their decisions. if , fZ The Board of Control literally ruled the roost at ASC during this their first year of existence. The budget and student policies being under their juris- diction, Pat Dalton, Dr. Paul Miller, George Morrell, Jack Cuthbertson, Or- lin Waas, and June Cross carried a heavy load well. Formed early in the fall by Vice- president Dalton, the Social Committee assisted in the planning of Wednesday night dances, movies, all school formals, Weekend dances, and any other student body social events. Tom Van Derslice, Barney Shimonowski, Jerry Cruz, Gil Wang, George Barrington, Lillian Kru- konis, Pat Dalton, Vivian Dickenson, and Earl Nelson deserved student applause. In-Resident Council was made up of campus social chairmen who banded together in order to provide unity in planning activities. An integrated cal- endar next year vvill be attributable to Kathleen Reeves, Advisor Mary GLu'- lock, Guyrene Retherford, Rornalee Bonson, Pat Brashear, Ina Reggin, Jack Steward, standing: Ruth Timberlake, Dave Harcum, Paul Tsakaris, and Max Wertz. it 5 fi 7 5 V , U, V. 3 gg C 5' ' -e '..v -mx YY .. 1 .yg.3ffj,, N . .- K 4 iw , 1 ,f H 1 A r, ASASC . f ...ww--'ip 325 4 I v"'f ' I , X55 ' 1-' ,, 'J ASASC ,V Fi X Te- Sorority representatives Jane VVor1n,, Frances Ware, Ruth Lowther, sponsor, Pat Poup- piert,-Peggy Duaneg standing.- Alma Clarino, Mary Manning, Mary Beth Mason, and Kath' leen Reeves. A Strengthening the bonds between the fraternities andisororities on campus was individual task of the two representative councils. Nationalization was the main b Representing the various so- cial groups on campus wer! Rudy Nlariscal, Art Hilsey .Tack Childers, William Sh Chuck Kohlberg, Bob Lampar VV ter, Jack Thornan, .lack Gerald Crawford, and D Paul Trovillo. ness of the year as Pi Delts appeared under the new banner of Delta Sigma Phi Zeta Siginas wore the gold crescent of Gamma Phi Beta. Two otherfratern planned N.I.C. affiliation early next fall. Art Hilsey, Delta Sigma Chi guided men's council while Betty Ciochetti, Zeta Sigma, and Jane VVorm, Phi Beta Epsi presided over Inter-sorority group. ii Q I -if' M N ig? E ' 'rr Wx N 5 ' A ' x , r v Q gg if ' A- TE ip a w . 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'M mm2AW.X,?: M Fw' uf Aff ' ,,-FW Q .-. 4 ,212 El:- ': ' f f ' , uq41E1isf!J :Ima ug- V my H 1 1:-f N N ,133,ggK,!!1.w1W'Sf , WL, K XM Y " ' ff w i Y. 11 ' if u m v S WW1, . . , -fx! "4 L 6 +1 H X K.. M HQ. ' "ii ,f jx, 4: fs E R 2 Q H v Alpha Hall ppwil ' Z.. l.'- , ' 1 ' iw , 4 w ll I I r J I 1 g 1 V' 117 to Q E. fi 6 Z5 Alpha Hall is separated from the rest of the residence halls by half a Campus, but the girls from the smallest hall are prominent in school activities. lVIrs. Brenda Pratt, head resident, who can be quoted as driving a car "only at the point of a gun" was new to the hall, but lent grace, charm, and wit in an inimitable manner. Alpha's highlight in the social whirl is their annual "Queen, olf Hearts" Ball held in February. They were also publicized as honoring all residents with birthday parties and sponsoring a Halloween al'l'air in the fall. Council members were Florannc Kiehler, Nlrs. Pratt, Linda Turner, Bea Bednorzg stm'z1ling: llulh Tollefsrucl, Sinionne Korner, Gloria Westoii, and Barbara Collier. X g 3 Gammage Hall, which turns its back on the Campus, was smoothly guided for the second year by "Mother" Lowther. Housing over one-hundred girls at the beginning of the year as compared with its capacity of eighty-five, its halls were constantly buzzing with preparations of such events as open house on December 7, "VVinter Rendezvous", the Winter formal, and a Suppressed Desire party in the Gammage Hall 3 1 ffwiti .ig C. spring. Renowned as having the only bona fide Charleston chorus line on campus, the girls displayed their talent by taking first place al the Chicken Yard party. Mernbers of the governing council were Shirley Hemphill, Grete Worm, Barbara Crandall, Miss Ruth Lowther, Ruth Timberlake, Margaret Singg standing: Marcella Smith,' Vera Terklesen, Carolyn Crane, Fern Taylor, and Lily Hing. Matthews Hall , s Located in the center of the campus, Matthews hall looks out on the faculty parking lot, the Library, and the student offices. Head Resident Sallie Hayden is famed for the delicious coffee which is ready at a moments notice, and girls and their dates sampled it with pie following their traditional winter formal. Open house and picnics completed their social calendar for the year. Council mem- bers for the year were Marjorie Moser, Dorothy Lindsey, president, Kathleen Reeves, Erma .Tepseng standing: Adele Williams, Betty Brantley, Dot Janssen, and Rose Marie Burch. North Hall Starting off the year with an open house, North Hall led a gay social life during 1948-449. Their "VVinter Wonderland'7 formal was graced with the traditional snow men and Christmas trees. Mrs. Martha Hall, head resident, was kept busy with Off-campus Womeii along with her own brood. Game nights in the rumpus room and picnic at Thunderbird in the spring rounded out their year. Harriet Wittenberg, Ina Reggin, Billie Bobbit, Mrs. Hall, standing: Johnnie Bailey, Jean Atherton, Marilyn Downs, president, .lo Nell English, and Anne Flagg governed North. t7 gif South Hall all South Hall taught the campus to play bridge this year by initiating Friday night sessions in the sun room. Having 'two head residents, Misses Eugenia Symms and lVIary Gurlock, they sponsored a highly successful social season, the zenith of which was the "Painted Desert" formal in the spring. Representative council members were Darleen Plavan, Betty Martin, Ann Havlicek, Phyllis Hintong standing: Miss Gurlock, Leola Rogers, Ernestine McDonald, Guyrene Retherford, Miss Symms, and Shirley McFate. West Hall Through the pillared doorway at the back of the quadrangle pass the girls of West Hall. Lady Margaret Walsh and her belles highlight the campus social world with their Colonial Ball in the fall and Daisy Ring Formal in the spring. They also act as official hostesses at teas for visiting celebri- ties throughout the year, as well as the many students who seek their air-cooled lobby during the fall and spring. Council members Barbara Heflin, Alice Creasman, Miss Walsh, Olga Markichevich, president, Jean Reeves, Jane Carmical, Marilyn Zimmerman, Joan Hansen, Delores Benevidez, Bar- bara Wedge, and Marie Kentera deserve credit for their successful year. avi, 4-15 'Lv 154 , L 32245.-.1 A ' H1 ' ' .' :5 ' My M if r UV 4. East Hall Under the leadership of Madoc Davies East hall provided one of the most unique Homecoming tions at the annual celebration, and this spring sponsored. their Silver Moon formal. Enjoying a choice tion the men spent many interesting moments whistling at the feminine pulchritude going to the dining Hall officers were Mr. Davies, Bob Parsonsg standing: Paul Mitchell, Oren McLaughlin, Bob Hamilton, J ack Stewart. ""'2':+:+L2., N, EV 6 M "fn E ,,, 1 'x , leg 'F' lu Green Gables r w L Outstanding social event of the year for Green Gables was their semi-formal dance held in the Activity uilding in April. Hall officers were James Boardman, J oe Payne, Bill Flower, Tom Muzzy, Paul Maholchicg tanding: J oe Ieronimo, Gene Letson, Don Premeau, Mr. Merritt, Gil VV ang, Harry Wrede and Paul Tsakiris. gi we nga as lrxsh Hall Xxx! ng,- Irish Hall continued its varied social program throughout the year climaxed by the annual spring dinner-dance held at the Activity Building. Open house festivities were conducted every other week and frequent sport dances were held in the lobby throughout the year. The halls athletes fared well in interrnural competition, trophies for which are proudly displayed in the new trophy case contributed to the hall by Torn Pendergast. Representing the three units were Jose Burruel, Don Berner, Charles Wade, Barney Shimonowsky, Jerry Godwin, Frank Gibney, Tom Watson, Wallace Burgessg back row: Tommy Van Derslice, Mr. Yates, Torn Pendergast, Wendell Patterson, Sidney Galusha, and Max Wurtz. ' 1 W W W niipli ' Sgiwiw's2ll: 6" K ,a f g '35 if gf-4 5' fa: ' Z?-f" W-fer!!-L Stadium Hall lm- ,ar . ,M ., - 1 ..f-'--Q. V , 'F 'IH' , . . . ., . fy , 4, 4. 1 -, H :- 3 'waz . ,Y l U-.. ,A . 1 Q ,' iff? ,"f,. 4 . . 5 QW ? ' -179 ' '11 " in AP' -:V -Jw 1, , t R -. ll? ' 2-1 - V' A - H X , 4 , . l 1 ' " f . :' Q , ll 5., A ' ,ifftiii i- Qi - . 3' -- J ' 12.-.'.v?1,m.b,QixX:-3YM A 'Abc atm, Agar: .K c Holding forth in Stadium Hall the men of this far away dormitory entertained early in the fall at the most successful open house on campus. An added attraction was the blackout which occurred at the height of the affair due to the failure of electric current. Hall officers included Paul Elias, Dave I-Iarcum, Art Sierras, Bob Sieben, Truett McCullah, and Bob O'P1ourke. Head residents were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Southern. v 'L' 1. I 7: 'im :D A 5? I F' A, H! at I V K ' ' Y . 'fl ,iz - 1 lr .,' . lv m 'Jr . - AJ f ' v VictoryVillage fi x 1 - - V , QTL ng.: 1 , Q. Victory Village was proven to be one of the most successful and interesting cooperative veterans housing facilities of any college in this area. More than one-hundred families worked out their mutual problems with a minimum of disturbance and a maximum of good will. Victory Village did' its share in adding to the population of the college and providing future Sun Devils as can readily be verified by even casual observance of the yards Z-illd play- grounds. It was through their movement and support that the college oiled the streets through- out the village and provided a safety fence along the highway. City councillors Richard Bal- ser, Tom A. Herz, Mayor Lem Cortright, R. E. Cognac, Stanley Pattersong standing: Roy Sauve and Phil Perrino established rules and planned improvements for village dwellers. A At Home M 'It takes a heap o' livin' in a house gmake a home," and lived in they 'e. Live, love, and learn is the key ormitory life, with emphasis on the ' former. Occasional midnight oil alded mid-terms and finals but late ts usually meant inimitable college l-sessions. Each hall carried on an ensive social program, lending to already busy life at the school. vm inspections were the common se of all, but they meant little from sday until Friday. The Cattle industry pioneered Arizona, and each citizen, native or adopted, feels a kindred spirit to the riders of the open range. Fighting to build a Civilization from the semi-arid land has not always been easy, but strong will prevailed over pro- hibitive odds. 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'K " 2' -c-5 ' fv-. vagqk 1Bmurx ,f ,L.- ! a a -1, Cheerleaders "With an A" was the cry from the student section led by ASC,s cheering squad. Their responsibility was adding that extra punch in the more tense moments of any game, and the spirit was there. Those of the 'Ado or die" antics as pictured below were Jennie Hodges, Shirley Walker, Monie Rechfertig, Bill Anderson, Jean Ram, and Alec Baresse. Athletics Rudy H. Lavik, ASC's athletic director, is one of the few pure athletes left in the business. He still does his daily grind of running out the Cinder track and is reputed to know more about physical education and hygiene than anyone else in school. Next year his sole activity will be that of professor as he hands over his directorship to understudy, Donn Kinzle. His witty lectures will keep his ' classes at a maximum -capacity with those who 'Lworship at the shrine of sportsmanship." ,v 'fill ' ti . . HONOR Fon HIM WHO srmvm II WELI ,J .,,., - RUDY H, LAVIK, DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS I bfi Boots and a Stetson are landlnarks at ASC's football games as Eddie "Tex" Doherty, Boston's gift to us, coaches the Sun Devils on to another victory. In his second year as Devil football mentor, he has developed one of the most feared offenses in the Border Conference. He proselytes for State in his off hours, and is the fair-haired child of campus booster organ- izations. STAFF MINUS QUINN 43307. -,Cf 'sE2,'7,lg,,-,A 'E .A -1125 'C AWA DICK ALONZO SID GLENN BILL SAUNDERS BILL GOSSLIN NUT E BAY' CAPTAIN GAYJNE MANUEL AIA CLIFF HUG OBOOM JIM TP-EGUBOFF JOE TASSINARI JIM COPPINGER DICK ALLEN JOHN ZUCCO MARK MARKICHEVICI-I CZESLOW SCHMIDT MANUEL MUNIZ CECIL COLEMAN LAWRENCE ED ALBRICK PAT PATTERSON DAVE MEDIGOVICH SAMMY WHITE AL BUCKLES TONY BALSAMO BOB RIPPLE EDDIF LABASS FEORFE DIC C S ASC ASC ASC ASC ASC ASC ASC ASC ASC ASC 1948 Season Western State of Colorado Pepperdine University - Utah State - - Flagstaff - - University of Arizona New Mexico Aggies Loyola - - Hardin-Simmons - Brigham Young - University of New Mexico , A X - .HE L-h.Aw"'x ,. V my ,. 14 , . A 4 l"1 Q ., .qu '-I -7.-f-671. L X. l ' ' Ji-HB. f' U," ' -1' 3 PAT PATTERSON SAMMY LEWIS CECIL COLEMAN Season Recap Garner Barnett captained the Sun Devils in their initial win of the season over Western State of Colorado. Played here, the Demons scored in every period but the second. White's kicking accounted for points on conversions and a field goal. ' Next week they continued their winning Ways by piling up 21 points in the first half against Pepper- dine College. Both teams counted in the second half, but the final gun stopped the scoring which was top- heavy in our favor. The Devils were playing aggressive, heads-up ball. if-al. xfm. i i EDDIE "TEX" DOHERTY, ' Iooooop!! Our mistake . . . we're sorry to have to give you this shot of E. '4Texas" way back here . . . but these things happen. See page 103. Redshirts There were quite a few gentlemen, some hefty, some swift, one or two with considerable ability in the art of sending a football aloft, on the campus last year who weren't members of the varsity or freshmen teams. The gentlemen referred to were transfer students who were ineligible to play last season. They num- bered such performers as Ernie Zeno, former Navada University fullback, Henry Rich, Georgetown Univer- sity transfer, and Ralph VVilson,,promising freshman from Clemson. These gridders and some varsity reserves combined to form the Red Shirts. Jiln Montgomery, the Sun Devil all-Border conference end of two seasons, took over the coaching assignment of the group and kept them at their playing peaks during the fall. The biggest problem faced by the team was the scheduling of games. The only foe found for the Red Shirts was Williams Field. The Fliers came to Goodwin Stadium November 6 for their tussle with the ASC team, losing in an of- fensive battle, 26-18. The Red Shirts showed plenty of offensive punch, and, despite the raggedness that comes from lack of competition, gave a good account of themselves. D ' I he 1 flt Y WNW! XRD Z'i.f'- 5 F' X6 ,A if Xi? -'ESX zlEf55'gi , N N x H 1 1 I I If ' ' 1 1' 1 - 1 4,,,., , , , Q' Q. f 1, x I Q f .55-' ,.:g. -1 ' . 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Taking the attitude that the which might lift the confe crown from their heads Woul to be one of the very best, the thinclads never slacked off in attempts and produced to the of their ability at all tigmes. Coach Kinzle estimated th University of Southern Cali Pepperdine College and the sity of Colorado, in that would be the toughest tea men would meet. r Opening with a stint in the Long each Relays, the Devils scored an uofficial tie with San Diego State, ch team garnering 13 points. ed Olsson, .lim Gage, Bob Sieben d John Paul stole the spotlight re by setting a new record of 5.7 for the two-mile relay. inzle moaned that the Devils uld be lucky to score 30 points inst the Trojans of Southern , and he was right. Eight new ords were set for the dual affair he Troymen rack up 110 points he Devils' 21. ASC's Bill Miller one of the records, heaving his elm 205 feet, 7M inches. Truitt Cullah made the fans scream as pushed Norm Stocks of USC to tape in 440, losing only by half tep. A. ,D. .,,.. g H , ,-it ' in V 1 1 4 1 1 'I q' l u l BOB LEE JOE PAYNE ' 15,5 .. s Qf ll 3 iiwl'Q .1...ii-tgQllg1a,iiziyjtiI" H Q il, 1 il E Q . M iw- - V' eg' .1 ifxiwri .. pg l ---,gg ll . 1 H W, ., 1 1 5 mg is J it mu '55 l if Q.. V-.gifs il 1. 2, yu we fiiflk Track Flashing back the Saturday double header and New Mexico. Don a 75 to 56 win, but the next week, they split a Friday- the following night, 90 to 4-1. with the Universities of Colorado Don Hildreth took a double at the Colorado Inita- Campbell led the Coloradoans to tional Indoor meet following that, winning both high and Tempeans ran over New Mexico low hurdles and setting new records for each, Arizona State entered the Arizona Relays held here for the Relay's first year of college competition. No college scores were kept and all the marks made will stand as records until next year. J oe Payne won the shot putg Merlin Thevenot took the high jumpg the mile relay team of George Diggs, Wilford White, Truit Mc- Cullah and .Tack Campbell won the exciting 440 relayg and Mc- Cullah took the open 440 yard dash. The season ended with the third Border Conference title on the ASC shelf. The Frosh track team showed promise of perpetuating the championship team when they shellacked the U. of A. Frosh at a meet on Apr. 30. Pieppert, Wackerbarth, and Jewel turned in scoring performances, and Wayne Randall cut .3 seconds off the varsity time in the same meet for the 440. 1 5 1 1 .Lg , ,m ..., , Track 1 1 1 ' .. .. 1 54522 -- if -1:51 1 J ACK PETERSEN Track . 1.1, f-wx np 9,50 ,,., ..--- 5 -, x, -vvx x 1 u, w 54' QT' 4 Tfiglg- V WW Q ,. E: -1:25 , " E, H241 X Q :Q Jr X ww w Uv MQ? Q ,...., , gig , "iffy:-5 mf. mf., m vm , WM M-11 my A.. 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Y -f v .T Z D GEORGE PUGNEA, MGR. AN COACH BILL KAJIKAWA The talented, but inexperienced Demon d The 1948 season was a comparatively good one f h ' ' or t e Arizona State College baseball nine and ho es v P were high for better things in 194-9. What with a full uota f q o veterans returning and an increased interest in the sport, there was every reason to believe the Su n Devils were going to give the University of Arizona a run for the Border Conference championship. The season started out in fine style, with the Sun Devils whipping the Williams Field Flyers two straight . h . in t eir opening games. Then Nick Johns was forced to the sidelines when it was found he had used up all his eligible playing years in the sport. Nick boasts one of the most potent bats in Arizona baseball, and had pitched the Devils to their most impressive d . . N ecisions over the Cats the season before. on, long-time ASC sports leader , moun sity of Arizona game, Bruce Carlson was shelled for performers then failed to get by one or two had innings seven runs in the first two innings. Included in the in every game. C seven hits was a triple by Tony Morales of the Cats, . which landed 4475 feet away, for probably the longest First example of this came in the opening Univer- hit ever on the local field. The Sun Devils survived a rough first inning to hand the Tucson lads a 10-9 defeat in the first game of a double header April 25. .Toe Tameron, starting in the afternoon game, didn't fare as well, however, nor did his successor, Bar- ry Arney. After a Wobbly relief beginning, though, Big Barry managed to settle down, but the men from ASC couldn't quite make up the early deficit. The Sun Devils took their straight victories over Camp Pendleton, 7-4, San Diego Mariiies, 5-3, and the San Diego Aztecas, 8-3, in successive games on the coast, . ,, .N .. ,, , H , .. .. , 37 5 51 l - -'3 4 - ft ' , -Q '- 1, .,51',," H Z 'Ji I Q hd: ..., Q ,. . "E, is Y M, N-- i if - QE T ' i his Nw Baseball The Devils had the University of New Mexico Lobos well in hand until the ninth, and then fell before a four run rally, 7-6, April 7. The next day, the Lobos found the range for nine runs in the ninth to win again. Maroon and Gold closed their season with three straight defeats at the hands of the Cats, whose league standing netted them the Border Conference title. George Trbovich, fancy-fielding first baseman, was named the Devils most valuable player. The Ohioan hit .349 for the season, while Jack Maddy, strong- armecl all-around player, led all with 389. , M : .. , W my , 'fs I 2, 'W' c A f ia Q L: me I 'ziziga-1-ww , M' - gf'v'!l'2:'-5Imc5.,z,? 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Don Berner, who posted a total of 159 for the 36 holes in the tourney, was rated the most aluable and consistent man on the team by Quinn, who doubles as assistant Arizona State football coach. Berner averaged 75.6 for each round of play during the season, which also featured a trip to the Coast and matches with the University of Arizona and the Lobos. Rated most improved man on the team was David Smith, While other members of the team were George Ray and Barry Newsom. W ew . 253311, 11 pf 1 W 3359, in H v,,Y Ni , in R , , .,, hx, W . ,I ,, 5 I X ,S Mx yt . 4 Q . 1 M l tm X at ' 1 4 f I ' I . "2 ' 1 . 1 y - lm ' . l -I , U yy 'A wi? WV" -'jwizr gf iizwz , M., X fm s 2 .. , . , w , ,fx 'fm , A , 1 ' 'V - V: ,pw -1 " 1' 1 fb? , NMAC? M. . -wafikgi X. . H1 wimgrifii- , ,W EM , 2? lrxgsihaf 5 5. ' s UQ aff sion .,, ,, m L Y... w I-Jima .Xxx-1 fix: 1, Ag if f ww fr 5' 'X li' F 1-?:i'i""Uf?A:25W ' 5-1 't " ' x , lk? N., , , w vkff 5 3 ikfiff . 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Other events included various me i such as the Olympic Bowman Leag which kept ASC archers in acti throughout the year, coming out hi in all tournaments. Intercollegi hockey participation was provided tween the universities of Arizona a New Mexico at the Sportsday at T son. Tempe defeated Arizona but l to New Mexico. Participation in many tennis meets kept the Women's Tennis varsity busy. To further interest by means of speak- ers, movies, tournaments and group discussions, the Racquet club was or- ganized in the fall of '47, and they continued actively this year. Inter and intra-class softball, bad- minton, hockey, and basketball kept competitive spirit high throughout the year. I W'omen's Sports Women's Sports li the desired efforts to promote al efficiency and health, encour- sportsmanship and cooperation aking vvomen's athletics of wider t to the entire student body, the n's Athletic Association was or- d in the fall of '44-. Any Woman t earning a total of 100 points ecome a member, and the organ- has grown to nearly fifty mem- Women's Physical Education pen to all women majors and have also done much for the ent in the Way of scholarship ortsmanship. if - ' ' m Km- - g ' ' si e fx gi -- 1 2 - 5 5 S fax' Q ' a x A 'E 2 "1,fw5'g L .' 1 M 3 ' n . 1 ' 'A x R X . , 'S , . X gl Y W ' ' if : f il 1 -s , x K Y r c if - , A x , P , 2 3 Q 3 HQ My g?,i36m,g L Q wx. ,? m X XA v mf , Y, QB - H - A gy - W E, 2 W 1 1 it X Q fix . Q ' 9 3 ,f Q :fr YS SR .Y e , 5 X s , W j , 'J 2 1 X Y 5 2 1 2 ' A ' . -- f I Q , X: 1 ig! N Q ,gf as A 5 . X , R 1 :gb V Q .1 V H 1 if , I , 5 , Q X W kt Q If 'Q Egg A - Ebxrx we .4 1 . ' N ' . -H M 4 k ,Y X x K . v S iw V if . Ai ., W is 21235 :ix U XX b . ll 'LQ B X , K - Sm as , W Y R fgw x 1 W W ' f. D X ' 'ij EW ' 'F 7' A. A' 'WS S-,ja W ' ' AQ- Y .W "H ' , ' K1 AQ, xv- fs ix A' R -. . A153 x QTKR KX' Ak XX, X xx 5 ,Aww fm! s. A . M M1 , " . 'Q Q 1 fN""g' ,., R-vw. ax -QE lk K N -, as .1 Q . Y, R A ' W 4 gi? ww . Jw W REQ Q1 xg :Sw " 3.51 Eff 1, M Va f Q1 Si 1 ag XR 'Li 1 -53x X . 5 in - mm' - . 'R , fuk, 1 k A -w qf L . --xg 53525211 3. , x 'V U 1 ' Q . xl M , ix 1 'x Q V. .nm . V M 2, 95,353 K3 gf tw-' ' M ' gfgiii-.1 -7 :I ' ' , .--fra.. WN, D , . A is E b.m'7.,x t A ff? " - in -Q at Eli QQ 'Q is gf! X PXki Q35 . Qt wg 5 :Aggi2g.w ' is Y' 'R Y . 1- - , 5 'X 2 52,5 .... if K El 4 - 21? sg' K Z gk Mfg .fzfvxff 'S as I ' 5 x State Press PAUL CORCORAN, EDITOR FRANK RISPOLI, BUSINESS MANAGER Keeping up the 'LAll American" rating to which they fall heir, the STATE PRESS staff surmounted the compe- tition of a perpetual bridge game to put out thirty fine editions. "Good Old Gus" Corcoran faced the task of keeping pornographic literature off the Walls and carbon paper off the floor in addition to editing the largest papers in the history of ASC. The most enthusiastic ad man imaginable was Frank Mblood-from-a-turnip" Rispoli who felt he was doing page editors a favor if he left ten inches for copy. Other characters in the office at all hours were the uliover Boys"-Agee and Nielsen of the sports page Who fought the war over at the least provocation and had much to say from the seat of the Monday morning quar- terback. Caroline Kivley and Ruth Timberlake flitted MCMOHBIS AND GREGORY AGEE AND NIELSEN ,,.-M-,-.ml W., :mm I In u I State Press I I t SEEN FOR THE ONLY TIME ALL YEAR AROUND THE COPY TABLE, STAFF MEMBERS RISPOLI, REYNOLDS, KIVLEY, McCABE, F ORMAN, CORCORAN, AND GAY. through the social calendar, printing the printable and talking of the other. Thursday night found the whole staff down at the Tempe Daily News office in the way of Evers and Con- nolly to greet the dawn with the birth of a new issue. Assistant editor, Len Forman kept arguments flying with efforts to write a miscellaneous column which would pass the judicial eye of the de-an's office. Arguing on the other side, when not engaged in a literary discussion, was feat- ure editor Bob Reynolds. Completing the staff were such trite and trues as Bill McMorris, news, Bob Gay, news, George Brown, photographer, Bob Johnson, advertising, Charlotte Erickson, advertising, John Gay Gregory, news, and the inimitable Benson of "Gibbon Take". REYNOLDS AND GAY KIVLEY AND TIMBERLAKE ERICKSON, JOHNSON, BROWN, AND FORMAP' 4 img: Sahuaro SS? by P " RANDALL, EDITOR BARBARA C Even though it comes out only once a year, putting out a SAHUARO is an all-year around proposition. There are a thousand duties that made life something less than a bed of roses for the likes of Barbara Crandall, editor, Mike Miller and Dik Worthen, assistants, and Doug Todd, business manager. There were times when it was rumored that the SAHUARO didn't appreciate the calm atmosphere in the office of their next door neighbor, the STATE PRESS, but the staff didn't feel at home unless they could hear the friendly shouts of their fellow publishers. Besides, they got even on their dead- line days in April, when the publication office light bills soared to unprecedented heights. Willis Peterson turned out a superb job of photography, and kept needling Ruth Timberlake and Betty Alice Morris for new assigxnnents. Coming in for a share of the work were Vic Nielsen and Jim Agee who turned out sports copy and kept the office vacatedqwith offers to buy morning coffee. Doug Toddktook over the business managership when John I-Iatley becameitoo involved in a job in'PhoeniX, and he also acted as liaison between editors and" publishers. Salesmen Rispoli, Reynolds, and Forman, 'Betty Nelsson, cartoonist Ben Pedrick, and artist Lou Crandall completed the staff. nn. Mum Muir WQRTHEN AND 'ross one ASSXSTANT EDI MORRIS AND TIMBERLAKE Sahuaro "Blood, sweat, and tearsn but always ready for a smile toward the camera were staff members Reynolds, Peterson, Rispoli, Timberlake, Crandall, Miller, Nlahoney, Forman, and Worthen. NIELSSEN AND TODD PHOTOGRAPHER PETERSON --1 , . -ai aw- ,---1 K 4 I 4 Helios , 'gum 'lf ifiifux . YWW 5. f X K x, COMAN, SCHNELL, AYALA, CRUZ, Ernos, A fi .-.l 1,4f:-gf... - ,1 Q I k ' ,frjx j N I gig., -.j p . I-:psy M V Y ,I-:wx . 1 V X, 1 ' . ALT,-Y' M , . , A E- '-P " v 'z '-M ,f ws I 1122 .YJ , ,MW Ef f ill- Q H' A ' -' f" ' 1 .ii ?""v- ' -...Y l"'f'- - ,4 , for Y 'lrgfiigieix 1 2:31 - -1 Q Q , ,.111'1 M- ..,,,- -. . '- 7, f' - ' . -'fx...e..4 .. T ,.,.:. I, 1 t. 'Yew in iv 4 u LARRY B. MARTON, EDITOR Undeniably the step child of the publications department, HELIOS was an experiment toward finer literature at ASC. Larry Marton, editor, scanned manuscripts from all over the U. S., and many foreign ports of call. Crowded into a small corner of the STATE PRESS office, the staff fought for student body recognition and support, they enjoyed the sponsorship of the English department with Dr. L. M. Myers acting as advisor. Marton, assisted by Chuck Terry, did a marvelous job of edit- ing HELIOS-good enough to assure its continuation as an official college publication. , Dick Nortman, ad man, and Carolyn Crane, secretary, deserved much of the credit for the magazine. Sharing in this category were staff members Fran Coman, Joyce Schnell, Jerry Cruz, Pete Ayala, Al Elfros, and Jeannette Herbert. HERBERT NORTMAN AND CRANE S..-J ,fx ,- j k CHARLES TERRY, ASSISTANT EDITOR 1 1 1.1 Lx"L'7Hi?,f 11? 1' wx 1 X, .1 .11 11 .1 1 a 'N 4 1 ' , if . 1 --gg 'QW' Inj? 1 T JE' 1- Q, . . .Y wg In HK A V 11 ,j f .gg X L . H 11 1, 1 4' ' ai? " 'ff . 1 Y ' 1 . 1' 'W 1' -. f .,1 E . ' 3 X ' 'Eg 1 V33 Y I- X 5 V 1 1 ,Sm 1311? 11. 11111, xx 11 R ,--u 12- 3 'i3"' ' . L - ' .Q ,. . 1 -1 , T . YQ V . .1 'J' " ' . . 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Inspired by William Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" the Drama Workshop gained audience approval early in l ber. With a cast headed by Marilyn Griffin, Dik Worthen, and Ctephen Stoetzel this was the first production to use acquired lighting effects. One of the most gripping productions of the year was "Ladies In Retirement" presented February 24--25. performances were turned in by Norma Veiders, Margaret Somervell, Olive Gresham, and Gerry Benscoe. Drama Agatha Christiels scream and shot-packed whodunnit "Ten Little Indians" climaxed this year's theatrical endeavors. Ruth Robertson, as Vera Claythorne, showed her high measure of versatility in contrast with her "Olivia7' in last Twelfth Night. Other leading characters included Norman LaPoff, Bob Bloecker, Walter Andres and Roy Patterson, by several newcomers to the ASC stage. n addition to the Drama Worlcshop production Mask and Sandel succeeded in keeping the house in the proverbial aisle its presentation of L'The Perils of Rosebudf' May 10-11. ,Ll ,- 'A . 4 X Perils of Rosebud Born mid-year out of the desire of many thespians to participate in extra dramatic productions, Mask and Sandal started life by producing an old melodrama, "The Perils of Rosebud" on May 10 and 11. The well packed house enjoyed the show and participated in verbally at the appearance of both Villain and hero. Drama Workshop E--. I". J ' 'tl L Outstanding his portrayal of the evil villain, Bob Bloecker provided the audience with the meat of the show along with Carol Puetz as Rosebud and Grant Johnson as the hero. Bob Gay's questionable Swedish accent, Eula Fay Noble, and the rest of the cast turned in a creditable perform- ance. Menibers of the cast showed versatile talents after the performance in a gay nineties olio which included skits, songs, dances, and general folderol. Choral Union . -, .s .D C . I fel i , i I I .., ri -I nf F 1 i X 4 Y OUR MALE QUARTET Highlighting the year with a Christmas cantal a tour of Arizona in Marcli, the Choral Union und direction of Mr. Ambrose Holford contributed m the prestige and entertaininent at ASC in 48-'49 also participated in the annual lVIusic Week i with a superb production of an opera, 'The Bride." The Christmas program was a presentation of great work, 'LDu Hirte Israel." An authentic to THE MADRIGAL SINGERS PROVIDED A COLORFUL INTERLUDE. C S! p 5 r r 'f 'V 1 " 1 -v. 1- A N . Q ' J 1- 73 V, -V-.-.. , ., flg " ' A Q. cn A - figs? t is - a t 5 1, in N ' f ii f f t i .1 -f -X I y ' .4 .f I V . 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'-- . in 6 Y:'3'Y' f- 'T . .zi - ,gi A if: g ' MV' ' 'Alkali - ' -AW, W I ks.. if: gr P ' V ,xv g -I , ,fp 5. wg 'r ' 5 SQWFK 1 1, 1 ' W "R -4 - 2.22:-:L'Zjh',1,., V ,.. . J r A., ,, ,M - .f'5:.. H 'Y 3 ' Qiff -' 5 1 - gl if 'A TWV wr fu' W uv i , ,f F L Under the enthusiastic direction of Felix Cernan the ASC band proved to be one he finest and most Widely publicized nizations on the ASC campus. Precision ching, intricate maneuvers, and all incl musicianship brought superlative se from students and visiting teams dur- the fall football season, and in the spring them the honor of being named the cial Rodeo Band for the Phoenix World npionship Rodeo. FEDIX MCKERNAN, DIRECTOR JOHN LARGE PAT POUPPIRT AND RAY DAVIS THREE OF THE MOST P. CURRY DUNKEL LEABO L CURRY Band A tour to high schools throughout the state in th spring featured marches, classics and such novelties ' HI-Iorses Donit Bet on People." Angelo Bagnoli, vocali with the band provided a change in pace at all program Paul Nelson, outstanding senior musician, co posed and arranged many numbers which the ban featured throughout the year. 1 Band Qrchestra MXLES TXNG A oesxcenh DWEC Another fme mus1ca1 organlvauon on campus IS the AS C orchestra under the rect-1on of M1165 A Dreskell Then' season hlghhghted by a concert durmg the a MUSIC Week at wluch tune they featured t1ons from Porgy and Bess Wlth backgr Ben Denton and Lllly Kmg Shaw rendere vocals, and Boyer Jarv1s orally set the scen The orchestra also accompamed the unlon 1I1 then' presentatlon of the B Br1de, and f1n1shed off the year by settxng pace for graduates at baccalaureate exen we Q.. .L 1A 'Fw 1 Y 1 qs. sag 1: 1, ng 'fb x- 5 MJ A x. S 52 ',', , : gsm:-21 V -fzzwii ' ' 'W l 95? 'N V L g ? 1 H - l U- ' Z.. f f w H", 1-Z -en : 11:1 -:,1'E'1TaQ'z' A gg iw " FW? n," ,."-'G,-.52 . xr' ' E' 's"'f,."'u X V H - ' 24' 'iw .V . 4 -. 323 X - X ,.S-I., . H nr '13? .. , ,0'H,, 1 -,J ffilf ? i. 41 7 ' . :Fri ' mrs-r 1 ' fm. 1- w ,. ngflliuf 1 1 'gferg ,, A, ff . me , ,, ,, " ' HHN- , ,W X 553 w M E 5",.'- 1- ,V fi: Q .- 'J , 3 , , 1 A WN ilu ' 'Mg 'T .usages-. 1 vw g - - 4 r - "N, w Q31 r '. ' I N ' " . M- qw H RCTC A new innovation on the campus this year was the de- partment of Military Science. ASC had a field artillery unit, and an Air Force unit of the ROTC, under the di- rection of Colonel Carl B. Wahle. All freshmen and sophomore rnen are required two years in the department. Leading the cadets this yea were Tom F. Langham, Cadet Lieut. Colonel, Jerome U. Cruze, and James VV. Snedeigar, Cadet Blajors. The 8:00 air resounded their cadence each and Thursday serv- as a last call for late The sound of their Band however made a pleasure. ROTC Early in the second semester ballyhoo all over campus heralded the first annual Military Ball. With a backdrop of silver lamee artistic- ly designeod army insignia and gay streamers over two hundred couples danced in Activity Building to the music of Count Bugarine and his twelve piece orchestra. Upon entering, each girl was presented with an orchid corsage. Among distinguished guests attending the ROTC clubs affair were General Alexander M. Tuthill, and Generals from the Sixth Army Headquarters. Co-ed sponsors who were honored at the affair were Shirley Arnow, Jean Harris, Lois Albertson, Roma Rapp, Joan Kornick, and Jackie McKay. inf' Vocational r "'-. V W -w ww M ww M w 7 w 'fill Ww ' 'ww W1 Q if I , .,,,- 1 :Ski-1 ,Y..wKLmu,44ww A. x-zz w Wi. , 'Y L A Pi t igggxtd 'w ww ww .eww aww wwwwrws: A .ww L., .gs V . -jf Y ' ,, K' T72 ww if.: ' H www ww w 1. Those of us on campus, the most part, were short Contact with our other c pus-the Vocational Sol at Thunderbird Field, but such activity as their 4 standing Homecoming l ade entry they made th selves conspicuous. 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The West Hall Corral was judged the most representative house decoration but East Hall's Tonsorial Parlor and grave yard proved more interesting to the students. The most elaborate effort was un- doubtedly that of TKE. The annual beard growing contest naturally divided the sheep from the goats. , 1 ig :gg A..,, 'i G GN wwf .dn-49' .4343 lj . 7 :Gif P," gg VK N- Qzv' ' Y ,.f 3 ,glglagm nlrga 13 1: 3 Zu'-1 , 11 F wif if mi. 3 1 Q.. , ? is 2- 'R w '-'I , ,xvawkgm R A J, 1 :'a"?.2. I il, Y.-Y 4 . 3.7. V. 5 I X Q 3.4. .,'4 R -,- 5 .ag-, -1-nv, I "frm"- '2 r 442531912 A ff- 'T , , H.. 'kg 'igiwlllnf T:v.,.-g, ., -K .. N J -Mn ii .+I ' r 1 J 'ja Lf?-11.43 .4 A 2 fi lik "5 f L :gy 4-f '1 ,N Q ' ,gy .:J36'wa Yu l 4l" Til . EEL5iA Campus Svveltering September days found the '48-'49 crop at ASC registeringfor their first semesters work. There were Freshmen 'to inform, lines to wait out and in the eventuality of all things the "A" to paint. Surviving the "blood, sweat and tears . ." school took its normal form, the social program started and the enthusiasm for class work dropped 'to a normal lovv. ,, f-. ' 'MH ' ru -. -. - -- :.1..,,. .. . , , , . , Y V M Always there w e r e the brief minutes be- tween classes for a cig- arette and relaxation, that is, when campus election ballyhoo had not attained the mad- dening pitch so disturb- ing to civilized ears. Men may come and men may go but college will go on forever. Campus 'F W KM? X X fx 5 Hv' - 'R U N. . . ": , fi- i, '-w Jr. Q . . xx 3, X ml, N! X ., 21, ,xx V FQ, . p gi! 1 - , v - , .4 . .. ,X . . , , I , P - y 4 1 g k ., . , -was Ny! T x 9 -..,. L - 1 ' " ' ' .... ,. 'fl ,, - , 1 , - , ...V A Lu , 1 J . , - V O -4 T- ' ' 'yy if-Qt' .',. ' " 'u JI X v f H -A f W 'gem 3 4 f Ai ' S. ' ' ie-we A. 4515. V mln 5 1 ,T Q ,f , f Wg. A' ' ' 'VJ 'Y ' 6 .' 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From its tower issues forth hymns for the six o'clock dinner hour. Christmas carols during the holiday season from the chapel help set the spirit of Yuletide. RELIGIOUS COUNCIL Members were: James Dible, Presi- dent, Robert Fiedler, Vice Presidentg Dot Janssen, Secretary, George Peter- son, Treasurer, Rose lVIcFee, Publicity Chairman. BAPTIST YOUTH FELLOWSHIP First row: Martha Spain, Mary Stephens, Harriet Gilliland. Second row: Forrest Jacobs, Oleta Vaughn, Carolyn Banks, Ruth Coleman, Gene Lewis. CANTERBURY CLUB First row: Claire Jones, Betty Nels- sen, Betty Rainey, Betty Alice Nlorris. Back row: Paul Erickson, Jr., Dick Talcott, Franklin Gray, Peggy Roely, Dorothy Van Spankeren, Dr. A. B. Hatch, Robert Buell, Ray Greene. Religious . . .. .ess-rg j"ll:Z,,5,,!vg1,?5 ' 'Q we . if ,. FK, ,. X If v gf' . ' 'Wk Q 1 Q' . if 7: bf. , F , z B X -4 I ' x .K Ay, .KT l I Religious CONGO CLUB Front row: June Betts, Mary Meyer, Bev- erly Fisher, Mary Rickard, Margaret Prior Jean Bowen, Mrs. Robert Zacker. Back row: Carl Croxton, Bill Gross, Clar ence Gray, Blaine Bowman, Eugene Dougherty, Bill Pierce, Richard Nortman, Rev. Cecil L. Prior, R. V. Zacker. NEVVMAN CLUB Front row: Teresa Flores, Virgini Johnson, Rose Soon, Melba Smith. Back row: Torn Briscoe, Neal Fini Al Miller, Art Reichenberger, A Geordano. LAlVlBDA DELTA SIGMA Front row: Flora Miller, Melba ham, Ruby Rogers, Shirley Shum Mary Lou Danks, Dewey Bryce. Back row: Ben Hansen, Sale S way, Jerry Montierth, Leola Rc Nelda Rencher, Virginia Brown, Shumway, Anne Jellison, Louise 1 STUDENT ASSOCIATION Front row: J errine Kliefoth, Clare Meyer, Dorothy Janssen, Ruth Tollefs- rud. Back row: Don Bolam, George Peter- son. WESLEY FOUNDATION Front row: Jack Wise, Gerry Bens- coe, Shirley Pmacobs, Lorraine Cross, Norma Erickson, Billi DeelVIount, Doris Klump, Kathleen Reeves, Tom Graham. Second row: Grace Yasuda, Jane Rose, Marcie Smith, Flora Beth Wing, Elaine Tessman, June Gilbertson, Ar- leen Irion, Velma Welch, June Cross, Ruby Larmor. Third row: Jim Carey, Monte Nye, Neil Matthew, James Warren, Lee Burkland, Hugh Lormor CSponsorj, Carry Love, Gil Wang, Bob Fiedler. 4, 1 Religious pl YE-.. J' T WESTMINISTER CLUB Seated: lVIrs. Craft QSponsorD, Bose McFee. Standing: Seigel Sorrells, Bob Dodds, Jim Dible. -- V. - ,n.f. 5. Hifi...-,,f,.!,h ,, ..f..,,., .- -3, A .1 Q , - 1 j 4 I ., -fggfgg . . E ' I . if -4: , , is A-Q gp- 5-'l '4 2-'T -fri A fi? v 'Y 15.1, 'tx -V ?J'lF'.,Tm'-T f er: , :Qi QV . .. if fffgh M W., ,Wi in , fu x,,. - an-'3: fi. -, ,, .' Q QQ ,1 3:3 1. 5-H l 135' , EE w ' ' ' - 1 E, .WS , KTA ' . f ' . gy -X hc A ""i5S?5'k' iga .' ' . -- H " - ,QQ V F, .Q l 0? . ki ,W ,V xg A , ' 3? - I gm - H- jf' ' ' :re D1 V P6 .W L i , , Qgsagw , W w w,gi,f'!iwN..,, ' .fm , ,. -U ,V Y ' fs mr- 1 , 'www- H ,E Sv ,' I 5 ,,, H , X is N, HM! v 7 3 P f .'.f,1. - H N ,M ,,m., A V X, N ' '.jx,.'?XEf?"' ' l LSI 2- mi ,. W ,wa auf- 1 ,x ,kms N.. Q dbxmiadi The blue and gold sweaters of Blu Key, national honorary men's servii fraternity, were a familiar at all fo ball games where they were the mad of the ushers and program sellers. Under the supervision of their pre: dent, John Pole, the members s shares in the white HA" on the bu in order to raise funds to repair t emblem. Officers pictured at left are R Sauve, Tom Pendergast, John Pole, a Charles Gale. Blue Key members Pole, Rue Ru Gene Francis, Vincent Pentecost, VVang, Don Sapp, Orlin Waas, Sau Henry Thomas, Warren Gentry, Dr. Ira Judd, sponsor, back row: Bob P sons, Gordon Thomas, John Hatley, Dalton, Gale Pendergast, Wen Patterson, Dick Evans, Louis Coor, a Eu ene Marin deserve credit for a f 7 year of service. S Plaades x. M -- at 1 'Q -1 Thirteen of the busiest women on campus make up the membership of Pleiades, honorary women's service organization. They, along with Blue Key, usher at all the football games in the fall, using the money gained therefrom to place books in the library, sponsor a German student on campus, and honor the outstanding senior women. This year for the first time, they published appointment books and sold them on campus to raise funds for further activities. Pleiades are guided by Miss Mary Bunte, secretary to President Gammage, who enter- tains the group frequently at her home. Nlembers included Gaye A. Zeno, Gerry Benscoe, Betsy C. Azlin, Bettye Oft, Mary Beth Masong standing: Grete Worm, June Cross, Wyota Barrett, Ruth Timberlake, Fern Taylor, and Linda Turner. BT 4' '.:,ui-'. N s 5 .fy ,A .- I I 'J fi Rig' U W... cy s, I-lonoraries MEN'S "AH CLUB First row: Cecil Coleman, Joe Anaya, Manuel Aja, Bay Planeta, William Greiff, Bob Dodds, Garner Barnett. Second row: Al Barnes, Ed LaBass, Bill Saunders, Dave Medigovich, Bob Lorona, Wil- fred VVhi'te. Third Row: Lawrence Kentera, Mark Markichevich, Jim Coppinger, Charlie Beall, Bob Bippel, Czelow Schmidt, Marlow Keith CSponsorj. Fourth row: Nick Johnson, Cliff Hugoboom, Manuel Muniz, Ed Long, Don Hilclreth, Wendell Patterson, Jim Treguboff, Phil Perrino. WOMEN'S HA" CLUB Front row: Melba Phillips, Norma Dale Hyatt, Shirlia Dryer, Eloisa Segovia, Jean Bicca, Lois Williams, Shirley McFate. Back row: Rita Van De Benken, Rachel Echeverria, Marilyn Downs, Betty Harris, Shirley Schmitz, Frances Williams. y . l-lonoraries ALPHA PHI OMEGA, SOPHOMORE MEN,S SERVICE ORGANIZATION Front row: Sidney Galusha, James Dible, Lee Doonor, Preston Martin, Michael Adams, Marlo Donn, Cliff Small, Charles Reeves. Second row: John Young, .T ay Kenaga, Paul lVliller, Otto Shill, Ernest DiGregoris, .Tim Davis, Jim Weston, Dr. Hugh Hanson, Robert Phillips. Third row: Hadge Rasmussen, Robert Lovvrie, Bernard Bertrand, Martin Mortensen, Robert Whiet, Forrest Jacobs, Don Ketchum, George Fairchild, William Suchak, Robert Ubnell. ALPHA MU GAMMA, FOREIGN LANGUAGE Front row: Dr. Mary Escudero, Elinor Mosteiro, Gerry Benscoe, Dr. Irma Wilson, lVIrs. Rosa Dembo, Dr. Suzanne d'Orssaud. Second row: Gene Francis, Martin Pelland, Dora Obnesorgen, Joe Alva- rado, James Carey, Jean Bryant. 'A 'F' Q -A iii? .Tail ' ' - l ' , , i 1 B f f 1 5":51Fi5" Honoraries MU RHO ALPHA, MUSIC Front row: Betty Cooper, Florence Kilpatrick, Patricia Neal, Louise Crockett, Kathr Sorensen, Pat Bauman, Hjordis Peterson. Back row: Adelle Williams, Conrad P. Flake, Gene Dougherty, Virginia Johnson, Ra Arbizu, Gerald Fish, Rose lVIcFee, Kenneth Porter, Norma Veiders, Shirley James, Mar Blackford. ALPHA PSI OMEGA, DRAMATICS Seated: Lois Albertson, Gerry B coe. Standing: .. Walter Andrews, Bloecker, Mary Ruth Robertson, Watson, Bob Gay, Grant Joh Norma Veiders, Norman LaPoff, Worthen. Honoraries APPA DELTA PI, EDUCATION Front row: Eugenia Symms, Margaret Dudly, Norma Veiders, Frankie Lou Moore, argaret Underhill, Jean Bryant, Bettye Oft, Yetta Stewart. Back row: Howard Barnette, Raleigh Casper, Ray I-Iiere, Frank Amado, John Metzler, arry Marton, Dr. R. K. Wyllys, lVIr. I. D. Payne, Dr. Samuel Burkharcl, Jiln Cupton. A CHI EPSILON, ECONOMICS Front Crow: Elaine Solms, Dorothy Back Shirley Shumway, Dr. Jessie row: Georgia Appelby, Jennie Jeanette Salmons, Vera Terkel- Laurolea I-Iaby, Margaret Sing, Vonna Conway, Shirley Clark. Honoraries SIGMA PI SIGMA, ACCOUNTING Seated: James Runnion, Mrs. Gert- rude Roseler, Carl VVronk0x. Standing: Charles Vawter, William Colwell, Frank Robertson, B er ne Vaughn. I . PI KAPPA DELTA, FORENSIC A Seated: 'Charles Gale, Nancy Full- bright, Donald Jewell, Steve Stoetzel Standing: Frederick I-Iill, Dean Mc- Sloy, Richard Artes. , H ff' - .1 ef Q' if fsfv ' kv N X I X Y "fun it 1+ ,fixx ne t 7+ . f , '+ -1- i Vkjyyy . if ,K 2A A G P 15.44 X 4 I 'f 'X- g 2 fa ,. - 'S' 12 ' 2 ' Q JF: . .tg . Q Y J ' f U . sr' Q' 1 H x 44 .' 512' ' V ' - 5 W I. .Q f gfwwg, , " Q, ,, Af' 1 3 ' " 1 1 7 'V K . p '- ii 2- A K if ' I M 'J ' yr k 4' ,' - 1 Nz Z it Q Ii- AIC ,J ' E E J' l 'Hx "" ' M 4 2 uf f 5 1 I fm: ' gf 2 J .r i.5,i'1L , 5 L.- .H if i ..,dr CIW' ? ' I wk Sf Special Interests AGGIE CLUB Officers were: William J. Allen, President, Torn Johnson, Vice Presi- dent, Mary Meyer, Secretary, Grant Jones, Treasurer, E. M. Bourne, Pub- licity Chairman. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS First row: W. A. Thomasson, C. T Reeves, E. H. Cook, J. B. Goodwin, Ear Nelson, Bill Gheres, Jim Dixson. Second row: S. C. Dodd, Bob Mc Carten, Eugene Sekaquaptewa, Ive Rusten, Alexander Prokop, Frederic Fober, Verne Kasper. Third row: Fred Motteshord, J' Cedil, George Hanson, William Oviedo Oliver Lovett, L. S. Neeb. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS F irst row: Ronald Hawkins, L Zuednel, Iver Rusten, Charles Reeve Second row: Harold Swanson, Alle Isley, Wayne Kirkpatrick, Rushia Fe lows, Marvin Williams, Mel C. Ensi CSponsorj. CHESS CLUB Front row: Bill Saylor, Warren Olson, Donald Hoover, John Diehl. Back row: Harry Pappos, Bernard Wuesoda, Edwin Prince, L. A. Price. 4'-H LEADERS . Officers were: Robert Fuller, Presi- dent, Sid Glenn, Vice President, Ann Sayre, Secretary, Mary Lou Nix, Treas- urer, Harold Shoemaker, Publicity hairman. ERMAN CLUB Seated: Dorothy Jean Mclnnes, Lou- e Crockett, Ilselore Winter. Standing: Bill Bintelmann, A. Brain- rd, Dr. A. B. Hatch, Jerry McCabe, 'chael Jordain, Richard Talcott. Special Interests wr ii ww N We I ..JfNfW'l Yi Special Interests mar Sfmt DUNBAR SOCIETY Officers were: Calvin Goode, Presi- dent, Lester Rivers, Vice President, Marquita Hamilton, Secretary, Thomas Wilson, Treasurer, Claude Barber, Pub- licity Chairman, Ruth Payne, Assistant Secretary. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Officers were: John Gay Gregory, President, Gene Lewis, Vice Presidentg Virgie Dryer, Secretary, Leatha Bry- ant, Treasurerg Charles Reeves, Pub- licity Chairman and Martha Shirk. GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY Front row: Donald Harren, Le Cortright, Alma Clarino, Shirley Drye Ray Wetton, Stanley Patterson, Mar shall Smith. Second row: Harold Miller, J' Burhans, Ernest DiGregorio, O. , Miller, William Johnson, Murrel C hoon, Dr. Paul T. Miller. . INTERNATIONAL BED CROSS Front row: Dwight Lewis, Louis Gentile, Frances Williams, Fred Hill, Frank Segarino. Back row: Howard Homan, John VVil1iams, LeRoy BLu'kland, John Sola- kiewiez, Al Moritsky, Paul Maholchic. A LIGA PANAMERICANA Officers were: Refugio Cabello, Presi- entg Melba Smith, Vice President, lice Simmons, Secretary, Bob Belsher, reasurerg Gene Francis, Publicity hairrnczn. OS CON QUISTADORES Officers were: Trinidad A c e v e s, esident, Rudolph Bologna, Vice Presi- nlg Nlary L. Verdugo, Secretary, ter Ayala, Treasurer, Marco A. Val- izuela, Publicity Chairman, Eugene arin, Corresponding Secretary, Rob- t Flores, Parliarnentarian, Anne Ga- 'do, Historiang Gilbert Amado, Ser- ant-at-arms. Specxal Interests 'tg A Special Interests MASK AND SANDAL Kneeling: Jerry Tarshis, Walter Andrews, Mike Miller, Ray Greene, Victor David, Harold Spina. Second row: Imogene Mitchell, Jean Wasserman, Ann Bennett, Jean Reeves, June Payne, Judy Spirber, Eula Faye Noble, Fred Salerno, Virginia Johnson. Third row: Elaine Harmon, Mary Blackford, Jane Bose, Dick Nortman, Steve Stoetzel, Bob Gay, Betty Houke, Olive Grasham. OFF- CAMPUS WOMEN Officers and Sponsors: Elaine T man, Mrs. Martha Hall, Betty Hughes, lVIiss Dorothy Gilland Mary Beth Mason. YCHOLOGY CLUB Front row: Orlin Wass, Margaret derhill, Momo Ivvakiri, Phyllis Bren- nger, Arthur Leydecker, Alfonso 'nsa, Ilselore Winter, Dr. Clay inner. Back row: Richard Artes, Jerome uze, Bernard Lossing, Harold Judd, arles Gale, Daniel Chadwick. D CROSS Seated: Betty Houke, Dorothy Young. Standing: Ronald Thompson, Iver stien, Roger Tepson. Special lnterests Special Interests rv-eww .. .see ,,V, A . 5 W, , J 1,,,:, . M CAMERA CLUB First row: Bernard Zapkin, Harrie Wittenberg, Richard Taylor, Conni Wiederholt, Frank Hairs. Second row: George Brown, Dr. E L. 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'Lai-aff 1 :1,- ' ' My.. : 'irL7"E?"'f"f" ' 1,1.v Delta Sigma Chi PAT BALEN BOB FLORES LEN FORMAN MORT GERBER JACK WISE ART HILSEY HOWARD HOMAN JIM KIRKLAND NORMAN LA POFF DIK WORTHEN MIKE MILLER JERRY TARSHIS DON TIVEROFSKY JOHN WILLIAMS Delta Sigma Chi's year had a flourishing beginning when Harold Spina, nationally known song writer and honorary social member, presented the fraternity with its Sweetheart Song which he had written. Later in the year a Gay Nineties party held in the Lyceum building, and a dinner-dance at the Silver Spur rounded out an active year. Delta Sigs expect to affiliate with Phi Sigma Kappa at the beginning of '49-'50, bringing the total of national chapters on campus to four. "Who's Who" Howard Homan who ran the men's intermural program, SAHUARO men Miller and Worthen, and news man Len Forman, number among their membership. Officers pictured below are Worthen, pledgemasterg Kirkland, vice-presidentg I-Iilsey, president, Homan, secretaryg Forman, publicityg and Flores, treasurer. 5 I JOE COOPER BILL DENNIS FRED GOSE JOHN HIGHTOVVER JACK SCHULTZ Delta Sigma Phi MONTE KELLEY FRANK KOMADINA TONY KOMADINA HARRY LAUBACK JIM WARNE VINCENT LAYBE . ,.,. , BILLY LOGSDON ' ' 2 l THOMAS MCDEVITT ,fl ROBERT MCKINLEY BILL WEIPERT HARRY SELCHOW JIM SEXTON if , 1 ri PAUL OLLERTON ll BOB PERRY 44 Pi Delta Sigrnas during the first semester affiliated with NIC to become the Beta Psi of Delta Sigma Phi. Their main activity of the year, of course, was the production of the Delta Sig Follies under the leadership of Jim Sexton. This fraternity boasts the most comely chorus line on campus, and with the use of a Schick injector, no one would dispute the claim. Delta Sig membership lists include such collegelights as Jim Warne, sophomore prexy, Glenn, next year's Student Body president, Lauback, Glenn, Gose, and Selchow, of the football team, and Sexton, P. T. Barnum's understudy and perennial sophomore. Officers who posed before the photogs camera are Schultz, vice-president, Frank Komadina, Sgt. at arms, Sexton, president, Murphy, secretary, McKinley, treasurer, and Cooper, publicity. v I I 1 w 51 U," . 9 Kappa Alpha Psi Enjoying their first year as Gamma Iota chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi the colored fraternity had a social calendar including a student body dance, a spring formal and a shipwreck party. By participation in student government committees, members also im- proved inter-racial understanding on campus. Fraternity members: Gerald D. Crawford, Arthur Dibrel, Lloyd Engram, Del A. Green, William B. Shaw, and Bobby Washington-all being pleased- are shown below. i wt ln 'ii-ggi -"' - I an I Z g , I i l ' w r 'I I. 'Au- I .5 .1 x r' ' ful v-' .!'5 ,,-on rl , " y ,J ty . l...:' i as, - X 1 t yr 1 nll 2. it 'L 4 f ,fi 1 ' . . I 'Q F lllllllluliniiigia 1:v,1'1'lilWEf" 35 -11 1 fy-1:-R sis s The oldest fraternity on campus and e only one not in the process of ationalization, Lambies carried out heir traditional activities such as the am dance, picnics, and their spring inner dance. The most advantageous feature of eing a Lambdie is that your fraternity rothers will serenade your girl when ou hang your pin or give her a ring. ast numbers of the members gave petus to this activity during the year. Officers pictured on the front rovv re Vizcaya, Mothershead, Dameron, . Mariscal, R. Mariscal, president, and oor. Behind them: Corno, Cooper, Carsong itchell, Burton and Spears. BUD BOES GENE BURTON ED CARSON ALBERT CERINO BILL COLLINS ELMER COOPER LOUIS COOR SID DAMERON RAY FUNK JIM GAGE GEORGE MARISCAL RUDY MARISCAL CODY MOTHERSHED RALPH SCHVVALBE BARRY TEAD JIM VIZCAYA JIM WEATHERLY JERRY WILSON t -P 1 -- ,gi 4- ', 1, 4 iff -- Q- -ri Lambda Phi Sigma H . . Ngfr H, aim if w wr W ' ' . an A Tau Kappa Epsilon The house at 7th and Maple is the heap 0' living which the Tekes call home. Starting off the year With a Pajama Party at the Encanto Club House the Tekes were the most socially active organization on the cam- pus. They went north for a snow party in the winter, sponsored an outstanding Dinner Dance at the Westward Ho and highlighted the year with the Teke Talent Show which put them in the upper income bracket. Officers were: P. Seaman, Sauve, Hill, Lam- parterg Standing: Voss, Bender, Hatley, presi- dent, D. Thoman and Swift. F -1 .... Q E-1 , .,,.,. ii Egxggimw a . , ,N ' 5.5212 -f- L' iv ' ' 1' 4-A "'w-si ' ED ALBRICK BILL ANDERSON ALEX BARESSE VVALLY BENDER VVES BROSVIK PAUL SEAMAN PAT D'ADDEA ED DAY DON DEDERA GEORGE EUBANK JACK FORD DICK THOMAN BOB FORMAN GENE FRANCIS JOHN GREEN JOHN GREGORY BILL GRISSOM HERB VOSS JOHN HATLEY JACK HILL ROY HILTS ROGER JEPSEN BOB JONES HARRY WREDE LANE JONES BOB LAMPARTER EUGENE LEVI BOB LOVVRY HARRY MEHRTENS JACK TI-IOMAN JACK PETERSON BILL PIERCE CHARLES PINNELL KENNY PREVVITT JEAN RAM J ACK SWIFT HAROLD RICHARDSON DON ROBERTSON DON SAPP LEROY SAUVE KEMPTON SEAMAN i Tau Sigrna Phi continued to sponsor the most famous picnics on campus, and along with their formal dinner dance held at the San Marcos hotel had a very active social year. The quantity of football players on their roster pro- hibits much social activity until Janu- ary. AMS President E. I. Pole, Frosh President Bob Dameron and next year ASASC Vice Prexy Gordon Thomas claim allegiance to Tau Sig. Guiding lights of the fraternity this year as pictured are: Childers, presi- dentg Kohlberg, vice-presidentg Sessions, treasurer5 and Stump, secretary. N 9: 2 W fs -Q- V L l- r 'Vx , X ,I ,V ax! Q I - 1' .3 ,w,,'i,L!:,u , . 7 ' . 5kf.i,':.'l X ' fwg.!.!l Qi -n. an Sigma Phi QI' R-l -it! i l i 7 1 12 fa me il iii? gs if 1 W.. iz ii EE: N- MANUEL AIA HANK BARBERICK .IAIVIES BOYD .TACK CHILDERS BOB DAMERON WALTER HILL LAWRENCE KENTERA CHARLES KOHLBERG ED LONG DAVE MEDIGOVICH PAUL MITCHELL DICK MENEELY JIM MONTGOMERY KEITH PARRY VINCE PENTECOST HAROLD PORTER BOB RIPPLE FRANK ROBERTSON GEORGE SESSIONS ROBERT SCHULER BOB STUMP GORDON THOMAS JOE TASSINARI MARKO MARKICI-IEVICH hi Sigma Chi Sigs started their year with their traditional 4'Biun's Rush" at the I. D. Payne home. With Homecoming activities and participation in the Five-Star formal, they called the year Well spent.- Pleiade Linda Turner claims affiliation with Chi Sig, as well as Shirley McKay and Pauli Fanfarillo of the music department. Officers for the sorority were Faith Frazier, vice president, Clarabelle Merritt, secretary, standing: Vivian Zeman, publicity, Mary Manning, representative, and Jo Ann Lewis, president. , . ri ,- POLLY ANN ASHER MARION DOOLING FAITH FRAZIER JOANN LEWIS MARY MANNING BETTY PARSONS 'LINDA TURNER VIVIAN ZEMAN Kappa Kappa Alpha Many participants in the women's political scene on campus regularly attended Kappa meetings. Mary Beth Mason, Student Body secretary, Gaye Andrews Zeno, Mary Lou Burton, Bea Bednorz, and Pat Page, A.VV.S. councilors, and Velrrla Lowe, senior secretary. Mason, Zeno, Burton, Bednorz and Gerry Benscoe are members of Pleiades. Officers are Mary Beth Mason, representative, Elnora Geiler, secretary, Gaye Andrews Zeno, president, Mary Lou Burton, vice-president, and Patsy Page, treasurer. GAYE A. ZENO BEA BEDNORZ GERRY BEN SCOE JULIE BONARDEN MARY LOU BURTON BARBARA COLLIER ELNORA GEILER VELMA LOWE ELEANOR MARTIN MARY BETH MASON PATSY PAGE Kappa Theta U' .F-1 Is an .-. JOHNNIE BAILEY JO NELL ENGLISH LILLY HING CAROLINE KIVLEY ROSE MCFEE MARY MONTERO LOUISE MOVVAT GRETE WORM RUTH GILDEA HAZEL McDONALD Kappa Thetas appeared on campus this year in new white blouses and bow ties. Early in the year they adopted a project of sending boxes to needy families in China. Their social calen- dar Was highlighted by the Five Star formal in the spring. Wearers of the KT pin include Grete Worm Pleiadesg Norma Veiders, drainatistg and news woman, Caroline Kivley .To Nell English, Louise Mowat, Caroline Kivley, Lilly I-Iingg standing: Shirley Racobs Alma Clarino, Grete Worm, and Rose McFee directed Kappa Theta activities this year , , is A Q X The vvearers of the scarlet letters onsored an active social agenda this ear, including a Christmas formal, nner at Cathay, a picnic in Papago, We traditional fashion show and a for- al dance at Royal Pahns. Guiding light of Philo Were: Bette 't, Frances Ware, Joan Hansen, Ann attox and Jane Carmical, Ray Wel- 1, Jean Swanberger, Marilyn Zim- erman, and Olga Markichevich. Philomathians SHIRLEY DE WITT JOAN HANSEN BETTY HENDRICKS MARIE KENTERA ANN MATTOX OLGA MARKICHEVICH NADINE MCCLEERY KAY NICKELS BETTY OFT PAT OLLERTON JO RILEY MARY JEAN ROWE BETTY JO SHELLINGTON JEAN SWANBERGER RAY VVELTON MARILYN ZIMMERIVIAN Phi Beta Epsilon Q:-1? GEORGIA APPLEBY BETSEY AZLIN ROSE MARIE BURCH JUNE CROSS LORRAINE CROSS ANN FERGUSON ALVENA GEISLER JUNE GILBERTSON NORA LEE HABY DOROTHY JANSSEN MARJORIE MOSER SHIRLEY SMITH MARY SUE SVVALLOW JANE WORM ROLINE WOOD ' These Women seen on campus each Monday wearing their green dresses with the large greek insignia came high on the list of socially active for the year 1948-419. Such activities as their Bakery Sale for CARE charity and rush parties and picnics were guided this year by Rose Marie Burch, Roline Wood, Lorraine Cross and Dot Janssen, Ann Swallow and Shirley Smith. l 5 ab 3 ' , - vv fx wg' v 1 'f H e a d 1 i n e r s Rachel Echeverria, reasurerg Marilyn Downs, Vice-Presi- ent- Edna Hall, President Csecond jg Shirley McFate, Publicity Melba Phillips, President sernesterj and Eloisa Segovia, led the Pi Alphs through one their most active seasons, there were uent joint parties with brother fra- Delta Sigma Chi where the Sig and Pi Alpha pledges enter- the joint memberships. :Lk X. 'fb Pi Alpha Gamma LOIS ALBERTSON .IO CAPONO MARILYN DOWNS RACHEL ECHEVERRIA EDNA HALL NORMA DALE HYATT BETSY LINDSEY SHIRLEY MCFATE MARY MEYER MAYDEAN NEVITT MELBA PHILLIPS KATHLEEN REEVES INA REGGIN SHIRLEY SCHMITZ ONIONS SEGOVIA VELDONNA TABOR MARY THORUD ALMA VOGT F RAN WILLIAMS LOIS WILLIAMS LYDIA YBARRA From the ranks of Zeta Sigma this year came such notables as Homecom- ing Queen Betty Ciochetti, Sahuaro Editor, Barbara Crandall and other actives, Norma Barkley, Barbara Hef- lin, Mimi Coor and next yer's Student- Body Secretary Vera Terkelsen. Zeta Sigma f With the Zeta Follies December second and third, the formal top the Westward Ho and parties, breakfasts and rush fetes the Zeta were a busy lot. To top off the year came their accept- ance as a pledge group to Gamma Phi Beta, national sorority. ., s. 1" , 'tiff MARJORIE BEMIS NORMA BARKLEY WYOTA BARRETE BETTY CIOCHETTI BARBARA CRANDALL CAROLYN CRANE MARILYN COOR MONIE CORBELL PEGGY DUANE EDITH HAMILTON BARBARA HEFLIN JERI McCLENNY MARY MCKONE GAY PEW EILEEN POWER CAROL REED DOROTHY ROBERTS VERA TERKELSEN RUTH TIMBERLAKE PAT TOWNSEND BARBARA WEDGE GINNIE WISEMAN JOHN DUFALA DICK EVANS PAUL FINCH JOHN GOODRICH JOY HANSEN ROLAND JONES HAROLD NELSON PAT POUPPIERT J IM SINIFF STEVE STOETZEL GIL WANG RUTH LOWTHER The Stray Greeks of any campus seem always to be among the most color ful of greek act1v1t1es The budge play Ulysses of our campus proved no exception to the rule as they b1cl themselves through then' b1 monthly meetmgs in Gammage Hall rumpus room A Dmner Dance at Fncanto Park Club House closed their long hst of act1v1t1es on May seventh FV ' Life gf? fi! y Life ft m- " , gs as M cf y And then those camera clowns, looks like a put up job to me . . . Wha time iz it? . . . looking at us from lower left are the three beauties brought forth by the Ag- gie Rodeo . . . the people lower right are too busy to look up and be identified . . . but up there in the corner Emanuel John Pole takes his stint in the booth . . . on page 203 We find the Pajama Party . . . Delta Sig Sweetheart Phyllis Brock . . . um-In-rn . . . Zeta's Timberlake and Ciochetti f midst a routine for Zeta Follies and one of the never ending pic- nics and parties . . . wg, '-5,15 I4 -Ii.- Vivszwfbfiilagf -?fLraa 5' Www Img? 4.15,-'gv ' -::gf,,t' PIM I- +11 3 fp -:,,f'-.1-iIq.f 4 f "P: I :Ji -- " -- L ff ' '-- - 'E '-,F-If-,,:"'f ggi -, ,-is "'!'.I,'a-L ' . . 'L' -21 L- ' ' A-" ,S,3fQI1,--I 'z v-wwf: -, 'X Ifq "'- :I. 2 - g"'2 -1' I' ',gm, I 'i I-I.- I-II-I f-E Lfgsiff 'fz-4i11?f14I' 3'5'2g'I'Q5MI1 Irm, ,:, 3T:2-FIJ5. 5 - , II 4 1, I 1? -'a pril S1!.. 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Lumber and Building Materials THE PHOTO SHOP Exclusive Kodak Store wif Congratulations to the KODAK FINISHING CIassof'49 "Best In The West" ' ii? 225 N. CENTRAL AVE. PHOENIX Contract and Retail Hardware . Wholesale and Retail Building lllaterials Angelo Mangino A J. Ross Oatis PHONE 41-8411 PHOENIX, ARIZONP QNE of the P Soundest , 1 feye fn I Headquarters SAVINGS . Your Z WW flf 51' . gif ' ' I ,, If 52? llf v P N 7 gI,g,I' .w ?4?47L?f-K 0 . . . D 7"f!, h.,3 -- or lnstltuilons 5 4 , -1 'Z' 4 H ,fl 'Teal A H , I ' I I I I ' ' 7 . , Z f 2 I 1 ' 7 S I , 5 lf lu 1 W P---M .17 Q, M JOSEPH G RICE PR I ' E LSHEW ln the Z0 5 if Unlfed States W Z the Zac: Wad ln Sports Equipment CONGRATULATIONS graduates of Anzona State College We smcerely wlsh each of you a full measure of health happmess and success 1n whatever professlon you choose md thl'0llyh0lLt Central ATZZOIMI wherever your careers may take you Seven Stores to Serve You 0 CURRENT FIJEIDCECEIATJEQ' 0 DIVIDEND INSURED .SSTAPLE WEE D QFIHST FEDEHAI ex f gl Il l S ANU LOAN AIYSOCIAAIZSQ as 02 Phoenix - Mesa - Chandler - Coolidge iia g 30 West Adams Phoe M . -: ..... Casa Grande - Buckeye - Glendale 'Emir 148 East Second --'--- Yuma - Et' vi ,JI "9fl Establishing and maintaining a good bank connection is important to young men and women, particu- larly to those who hope to become the business and professional leaders of tomorrow. These young men and women who establish a banking connection by opening a savings account and add- T T RROW ing to it regularly . . . who consult the bank about their plans for the future . . . who win and keep the confidence of their banker . . . have gained a valuable, life-long ally. The Valley National Bank cordially welcomes the accounts, and friend- ships of all sincere, ambitious young men and women. NA'll'll0NAll. BANK .faagedlabzancialfndfdulchninffnefzaciaflyoaafaingfaled CGNGRATULATIGNS 2 7E4f"'fsf'vra SUN DEVILS Congratulations to the graduating class of 1949 800 NORTH CENTRAL AVE. PHONE 4'8401 PHOENIX covers campus activities . . "IFS KOOL in Phoenix 960 K. C. R. G. MCKINNEY JOHN LABAGH ongfzafulafions Ill' To The Class Of 19449 School and Sports Supply Company "Serving the Schools of the Southwest" PHOENIX PHONE 2-3670 Tk 220 North Seventh Avenue MEL GREEN COTTON RIEMAN Best Wishes lo the Graafualilzg Class Of 1949 The hub of educatio the Sun IVIehag1ans through the natlon s Ieadlng manufacturers the hub of Ar1zona for the flnest 1I1 home furmshlngs nnsnncnvznm fuavusumss 820 N CENTRAL AVE PHOENIX WM 5 ANNouNclNs the comnn-:oN of the -2 'V PATlo sul'rEs 5 '.'S " I , Suu I "NL J- 222 Newext Addition to the :Munn Horn or -rn: SOUTHWEST FUR DINING ENTERTAINMENT FUN5 'k a Jlmd Robin 'lr ompezan oom lllesrwnnonlln PHOENIX ARIZONA JOHN B MILLS PRESIDENT 8. GEN. MANAGER I f Y X . 'Tim q u fi 52525 , S-, X in 55 fr f HOTEl wzsrwnnn no .c ' ' ,P - QQ N . I ff! 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C Gilliland Motor Company GW"'l 'fem Tempe Hardwo re Co. CHEVRON GASOLINE 520 Mill Avenue Phone 40 16 East 8th St. Phone 2123 TEMPE, ARIZONA CLASS lslvllsseo... N is Q 5, . . . for everyone but me I A . g :et 0 J Good ol' sumrner vacation l You forget about x , Y A 6 ' homework, get a fob and earn some extra money, ' 5 or just concentrate on having fun ! At least you'll Q have a change. Q , But l never get a vacation. l'm on the job day p L, 7' x and night - winter and summer - always REDDY ' 5 to serve you. Guess I should 'envy you, but l don't ! D Nope, l'm happy with my job of making life l N happier, healthier and easier for folks. 7 f And that's what makes the world go 'round -- . , lots ot folks sticking to their chosen iobs. l'm glad 6 A 51 , that my life is dedicated to giving better and better ' service at the lowest possible cost. 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College Bookstore Sun Devil Headquarters School Equipment STAGE DRAPES SCHOOL SUPPLIES ATHLETIC GOODS Your headquarters for school supplies and athletic goods. , MASSEY-HARRIS FARM MACHINERY Si? Combines Tractors R0 B SO N MOTO R Phone 35611 PONTIAC SALES AND SERVICE S24 NORTH CENTRAL PHOENIX, ARIZONA 20 W- Main St- Phone 459 BEST OF LUCK to the GRADUATING CLASS OF 1949 LESCHER and MAHONEY ARCHITECTS ' ENGINEERS Congratulations g Dahlgren Jewelers Ph ' ,A ' Always ready to Serve you oem mom 65 W. MAIN, MESA The Sun Angels cm Zlrizona State Coffege The membership of THE SUN ANGEL FUUN- DATION is made up of hundreds of ranchers and business and professional men and women throughout the Valley of the Sun who are sold on the future of Arizona State College. Their objectives and interest are not only in sports but in the sponsorship of the future de- velopment and expansion of Arizona State Col- lege to meet the needs of the nearly four hundred thousand Arizonans who live Within a radius of sixty miles of this fine old institution. The Sun Angei Fouffzaiazfion "ARIZONA'S FRIENDLY HOTEL" The Favorite Campus Spot For The Students Favorite Twenty-Five Years 072160 CZ Vllfl Mesa, Arizona Inear Phoenix? I Y K 0 BAR AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE . CGFFEE SHOP SOFT DRINKS - SANDWICHES 0 SUN PARLOR AND PATIO MEALS THIS TIME IT'S HUDSON ONLY CAR WITH THE STEP -"I DOWN DESIGN ewis 'moist gales 403 EIIST MI-IIII STREET I'I'I0-IIE 4597 -.-.--gfff.-2.v,'fq,f-F---' 4 ,ff - - ' 'Feng -g ' -, V I ' 'E TIEETIIHTQTX ' " -1'2J-fm" '- i' -f '-'2:.f'-ff:ia':1E- . .3 I , , h fp.. :5.s,h..:: , .' ' fi s. 12 V E.-44419. "II I- ' E-TIA?-'Jag TIRE.. 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