Arkansas Tech University - Agricola Yearbook (Russellville, AR)
- Class of 1938
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If, at some future time, glancing
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you memories of the days spent
at Tech, this annual shall have
achieved its purpose.
To the student hody of Tech, whose school
T E loyalty is unsurpassed, we dedicate this
volume as a slight evidence of our appre-
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The administration building contains class-
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Caraway Hall, resident hall for women
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The boys' dormitory, completely modern,
offers superior living quarters for 210 stu-
dents. It was remodeled by adding con-
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occupied with laboratories of chemistry,
dairying, and soils.
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The library was put into use in 1936. It
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the best in the state.
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The Home Economics building houses
the home economics classrooms and the
college infirmary, located on its third floor.
The faculty apartment building, formerly
a girl's dormitory, was remodeled to fill
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The physical education building, put into
use only this year, offers equipment for
teaching this subject, offices for the teach-
ers, class rooms, and a large floor space
for indoor sports. It also contains the
college post-office, bookstore, and the
place known to everyone-the Techionery.
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THE 193 AGRICIILA
JOSEPH WILLIAM HULL, B. S., M. A.
President Q . . 1932
Since 'Mr. I-Iullis appointment to the presidency of Arkansas Polytechnic col-
lege, great changes have been brought about. Using all his efforts to that goal, he
has brought Tech up from the rank and file to become the leading college of its kind
in the state.
New buildings replace old, outmoded structures, the college in all its branches
is better equipped, a greater variety of courses, improved in quality, is offered.
He truly deserves his position as one of the leading educators in Arkansas.
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J. S. TURNER -
DR. R. L. SMITH, SR.
MRS. ETHEL COLE CUNNINGI-IAM . -
W. H. Johnson .
Board of Trustees
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i n Fort Smith
ROY LEFLAR . Clinton
September 6 , I . . Registration of Freshmen
September 6 to 9 . . Orientation of Freshmen
September 9 , . Registration of Sophomores
November 12 .
December 18 .
January 3 .
April 14 .
April 19 .
May 3 .
May 22 .
May 23 . ,
May 23, 24, 25
May 28 .
. . Classes Begin
. . Dad's Day
. . Thanksgiving Day
. Christmas Vacation Begins
. . Classes Resumed
. First Semester Ends
Second Semester Begins
Easter Vacation Begins
. Classes Resume
. Agri Day
. Graduation Exercises
Second Semester EndS
THE 193 AGRIUULA
JUANITA ANGEHR . Typing and Shorthand
JAMES BELL .... N. Y.A. Instructor
B. S. A., University of Arkansas.
SIDNEY BLAKELY . .... French
B. A. and M. A., University of Arkansas.
LELA JANE BRYAN . Textiles and Clothing
B. S., Kansas State Agricultural College.
Dean of Women
HELEN MCGREGOR COOLIDGE . Home Ec.
B. S., University of Missouri, A. B., University of
Missouri, M.A., Columbia University.
NELSON PAY COOLEDGE . . . Psychology
A. B., Iowa State Teachers, A. M., University of
ALFRED JACKSON CRABAUGI-I . . . English
A. B., University of Arkansas, M. A., Columbia
Vice-President of College
I-IERMAN WAKEMAN DEAN . . Mechanics
Certificate in Mechanical Arts, University of Ar-
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CLAUD ALLEN HUGHES . . . Agronomy
B. S.A., Mississippi A. Bc M., M. S., University
TRUMAN MCEIVER ...... Cfvemistry
B.S., Baker University, M. A., University cf Cal-
LILLIAN MAssiE ....... English
B. A., University of Oklahoma, M. A., University
JOHN MORRIS . . . . Public Speaking
B. A., Phillips Universit 5 M.A. Pl 'll' . i --
versityg B. D., Yale Uniiiersity, , N ips Lim
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THOMAS AI.I-'IIIIIJ Dl,'l...,XNIiY . . . History
B,S,, Peabody' Ccllepie: lNl.A.. Peabody College.
EONA HOOD FI-.RGUSON . Assistant Librarian
fj, A., University of Arltnnsas.
HENRY Eiixxnxno Huusox . Social Science
B. A., Hendrix College: A. il.. Louisiana State
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F A C U L T Y
CLYDE RUSSELL NICHOLS . . Engineering
Q B.s. in EE., Texas A. at M., Ms in E.E.,
Texas A. 84 M.
BESSIE THERECA PARKER . Home Economics
B. S., Iowa State College, M. S., Iowa State Col-
MYRTLE BLANCI-IE ROUSH .S . . Librarian
Library Work at George Peabody and Arkansas
State Teachers College. U
ALFRED NEIL SATTERFIELD . . Sf6WdTCI
MILDRED S1-IELTON ...... Health
St. Mary's Nurses Training School.
EVERETT SPENCER TOMLINSONIV . . Botany
B. S., Mississippi A. Sc M., M. S., Mississippi
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JOHN EDWARD TUCKER . . . Chemistry
B. S., University of Alabama, M. S., University
Football Coach, Dean of Men
ADLAI STEVENSON TURNER . . Mathematics
B.C.E., University of Arkansas, M. S., Univer-
sity of Arkansas.
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Sludwd wxrlm Pre-zblcr and Hrcd of Central C0119
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Drauglmonk Hmmncn College,
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lvgvg 51,5 lf. l'r:xn-mix of .-Xrkansas.
PAUL SCHULTZ ...... . .1114 fi.-
B-M-, Henderson Browng Theodore liolmlmumn
School of Musicg Boguslnwslci School of Nlmic.
Sophomore Class Officors
JOHN COWNE . . President
JERRY BURNS . . Vice-President
JANIS FULMER . . Secretary-Treasurer
In the selection of sophomore officers, held soon after the opening of school,
John Cowne, Greenwood, was elected president, Jerry Burns, Forrest City, vice-presi-
dent, and Janis Fulmer, Booneville, secretary and treasurer.
The sophomores were given the senior privilege in not being required to take
final examinations, or to meet classes the last week of school.
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Harmon, South, DuBose, Ray, McGinnis, Knight, Leonard, Hunnicutt, Anderson, Short.
The student council is composed of representatives from the five departments
of the college, headed by the president, all elected by the student body. The scope
of the council's activities has been widened this year and now includes supervision of
student dances, formal dinners, and other socials, and the student elections. For the
first 'time they have had complete charge of the assembly programs. Male members
have directed the new house club in the boy's dormitory.
Special activities of the year include the special train to Conway, Thanksgiving,
purchase of newspaper for the dormitories, lights for the armory, and representation
at the student government meeting in Conway.
Through their efforts, a new radio was secured for the boy's lounge.
roshman Class Officers
FIRMAN BYNUM . - Pfefidfnf
og D. GAULT . . . Vice-President
GUILA GRACE SATTERFIELD . - Sfffefdfy-Tffdfufff
The above officers of the freshman class were elected in an election
sponsored by the student council. They sponsored a barn dance which
followed the precedent of the 1996 freshman class
The class was victorious in the inter-scholastic track meet held this
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ALLISQN, WOODROW .....
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ANDERSON, LUCILLE .....
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ARENDT, HARRY .......
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ARNOLD, PATTY RUTH ....
"A Tiny Girl that is just Right for a Great.
Home Economics Club.
ASHMORE, CHARLES RAYMOND . . . Party
"A Ladies, Man"
Masquers, Pep Squad.
BAILEY, WILMA ......... H um 1
"Pleasant As 4 Friend or Acqu.iint.mu-"
Y. W. C. A.
BAKER, RUTH ......... Rim-1-llnll.
NAU All-f0ur1d Girl Wlvo Successfully f,',m1l,,,,,-.
Work, Play and Study"
Agri Maid, '37g Home Economics Club.
BARTON, ROSA .
"Be Happy, but Happy Tlvrungln Plum"
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BASS, MILDRED . , , , ,,,' RHm,,,H,,
"l'll be Merry ana' Free, I'll lat- S, 1 ft, X' ,1, 1 A
If No One Cares for Mc, l'll ftluli' fm, ,Rpl-.i,l,l':
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"H,-dlp!-i ,md cAlWl'l'lfUlH!'!'J .X-JIUYJHN Bcgrt ful? Other"
School-lNlastcr'5 Round Table: Student Council.
APPLE. EZMA ......... Dardanelle
"xl Tlwng ,Nvriuinlm l'uuurJ .'i7tt-rdf True fvxymrrzerlt
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BATCHELOR, JAMES ....... Sheridan I
"'Pete7 is Possessed of High Ideals and
Plenty of A mhitionu
BEAVER, CLARK ...... Sterling, Nehr.
"He Who Sings Frightens Away His Ills" V
"T" Association, Quartet, Glee Club.
BELL, COLUMBUS ....... A
"As Dependable as Can Be? Found"
Y. M. C. A.
BELL, KIRTLAND ....... Little Rock
"Wherever in the World I am,
In Whatsoe'er Estate,
I Have a Fellowship with Hearts,
to keep and cultivate"
Glee Club, F. F. A., President, Y. M. C. A.
BELL, OPAL ..........
"Sweet are the Hearts that Savour Contentv
C-:lee Club, School-master's Round Table.
BERTRAM, JOSEPH ..... M0nmOuth,
"A Swell Guy, Need We Say More?',
Masquers, F. F. A.
BLACKSI-IIRE, JAMES ...... Bellefonte
"The Silence of the Pyramids-Crumblingv
Dining Hall Club.
BLACKWELL, ANNA ....... Belleville
"A Good Disposition is More Valuable than Gold
Grange, Y. W. C. A.
BLAIR, PERRY ...... . . Bentonville
"Napoleon Had Nothing on Me"
BLAKELY HOWARD ...... S herzd an
Sometimes I Work, hut Usually I Play
Pep Squad, Forestry Club.
BOWERS, JOHN ....... Neosho, Mo
"The Foresters are Already on His Doorstepi'
F. F. A.
.. BOWLIN, MADGE ....... Mulberry
"I Wonder What It's All About"
Home Economics Club.
YD AVA ANDVRSON
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'Slug lfas All Ilre Altrilmtef of a Lady:
lg'jm-fyify, Sirrrplicrty. Syrrlpdllvy. and Serenity"
Deans List: President, Pep Squid: Home Economics Club.
BRIDGES, HERBERT ,.... . Clarksville
"'fN'0 'flvurrrlr' is an fxcellerit Allrlete,
the lfpilurne of .Siricerityu
BRIGGS, E. J .........,., p,,,,,
"lt is Good to Lerigllven lo the Last a Sunny Moody'
"rl Pleasure Seeker, and a Pleasure Finder"
Dining Hnllg F. F. A.: Y. lvl. C. A.
BROTHERTON, PAUL ...... Clvarleston
"The All-ronrid .'1ll'le1e. 4 Loyal Teal? Supporter"
BRUNSON, ERNEST ....... judsonia
"The .Secret of Success if Corxstaricy of Purpose"
Engineers Club: Student Council.
BURNS, JERRY ...... . Forrest City
'Izma Apple Thar?"
"T" Associationg Glee Club, Quartet.
CAMPBELL, DAVID ....... Russellville'
"A Reserved Demeanor Hides His Person..ility"
CAMPBELL, DOROTHY ...,.. Parkin
"Business is Her Pleasure and Pleasure Her Business"
Dining Hallg Glee Club, School-master's Roundtable.
CAMPBELL, JAMES ........ Parkin
"He Was Never Deep in Anything but 1,011-"
Masquersg Glee Clubgl Soloist for Tech Singeis.
I "Executive Ability Coupled witlv Person.ilitw"
President, Pre-law, Agricola Staff. i
CASKEY, JOE ......... 1 L., .hh .
"The Sweetest Hours I'w: Spent, I Sp.-nr
Among tlve 1.asses" l
Glee Club? Pf9S1d9I1t, Masquersg Business Mnnagi-r, Agi'iiisl.i
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CAUDLE, ORPHA ....... Russellville
"Her Ways are Ways of Pleasantryv l
Band, Home Economics.
CHEEK, MARY JO ......... Hector
"I Am Not Bound to Win, but Bound To Be True"
Deans List, Home Economics, History Club, Y. W. C. A.,
Agri Maid, '37.
CHURCHILL, OLIN ........ Hector
"All Things Come to Him Who Waits"
CLARK, SYBIL ........ A . . Havana
"An Ounce of Mirth is Worth a Pound of Sorroivn
Dining Hall Club.
COCHRAN, KENTON ..... Russellville
"Do Your Politicking Early is His Mottoi'
COLEMAN, ANNA ....... Bluffton
"What is There Given by the Gods More' Desirable
Than a Happy Hour?"
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COOPER, J. G ........... England
'A Dramatist and a Good Fellow"
COOPER, PAUL RAY ...... Russellville
"His Life is Centered Around Musicl'
CORLEY, VELTA ........ Magazine
"Quiet on Occasion- but Jolly at the Proper Time"
Dining Hall, Y. W. C. A., Home Economics.
COWAN, JAMES ........ Russellville
"A Tennis Player Par Excellence"
COWGER, CHARLES ....... Danville
"industrious Fellow, Interested in Medicine"
Dean's List, Pre-Med, Dining Hall.
COWNE, JOHN ........ Greenwood
"His Record at Tech Speaks for Itself"
"T" Association, President, Soplmomoresg Football Co-cap-
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ELLIOT, WELDON .....
V "When the lflfifels Away, Weldorz Wonit Playv
ERWIN, WALTER ....... Little Rock
"Oh, Hour of All Hours, the Most Blessed on Earth,
the Hour of Our Dinnersu
Pep Squad, Glee Club, Forestry Club.
EUBANKS, WELDON ....... Searcy
"He Had Two Loves: Coffee anal His Trumpet"
Masquers, Band, Orchestra.
EVANS, KEITH .......... Cotter
"There was a Youth, Once on a Time, '
Who Dearly Loved a Maid .
Nlasquers, Engineer's Club.
FALLS, JEANICEE ....... Russellville
"Petite, with Ability and Enthusiasm"
FERGUSON, ILA .....
"Multum in Parvov
FLAKE, JAMES ....... . Coal Hill
"He'll Beat Out the Bluesv
Band, Orchestra, Pre-Law.
FLATTER, FINDLAY ....... Melbourne
"He Says Little, Thinks Much"
Deanls List, Pre-Med, Editor, Agricola.
FOSTER, FLOYD ...... Mountain Home
"Ambitious, Stualious, Plus the Other Things
FOWLES, FRANCIS ....... Russellville
"She Lets the Light Shine Thru Without
Being in the Spot Herself"
Dean's List, Pep Squad, History Club.
FULMER, JAN IS ........ Booneville
"Sweetness and Beauty Personifiealu
Campus Queen, '37, Dean's List, President, Caraway Hall,
Home Economics, Secretary, Sopbomores.
FUNSTON, WARREN ...... Little Rock
"When You Tell the Truth, You Don't Have
to Remember What You Say"
Band, Arka-Tech Staff. -
TH 9, IQULX
ll U UI
I Bnndg Onhcnm
GREER, HERMAN ..... . . . Allcinx
"High Ideals: and Laudalvlr Purpurrsn
HAGER, LISTON ........ Ban' n ill.-
"An Outstanding Athlete and a Dulzgrnl H'urkn"
Masquersg "T" Association.
HALBERT, HENRY ....... Dt-lln, 1.4.
"I Admit the Girls' just Cfdfllf Resist life"
.lPre-Medg Masquersg Glee Clubg Pep Squad: Student Conn
HALL, ED' .....
. . . . . ljdhldllfuc'
"The Great Outdoor: mn' Made for M.m"
HAMILTON, GARNER , , A ,IW
Prellaw Club. HA Clever l'oliticI.1n"
HAMILTON, WILBURN .... I7 ., .,
"lust Give Me Tirm' fur I NIMH X, if i t
' - 1 . Ill' Y
R 'f fu. H
Pre-Med. I It I llfly C fl
GATTIN, MARVIN ......
'lf fir llu
rsn'l l"mJ .1 H10. Hr ,ilqlgff QM"
GIBSON, GILES .......,, , H E
"l'1l5I J! lrlxklf IH f
u 1 'IJI . up . l Hupe,1H0p,"
GOODWIN, TRUMAN ....... x ',,,1,,,11e
"H'lv.1t II l.Ifr Hltlwul J ligur?
OOREI5, WIiSI.IiY ....... , pO,,,,,,,e
Hlilvr Priifr uf SI, Pdlllvfkw
GOTTLIEB, SIDNEY ..... N 'cn York, X, Y,
"gl 'Ygriktr' Hilm Plranrs' llrt .guxatlverrxeryn
Glcc Clulwg U4-.In': l.utg .-Xgncol.1 Smffg Agn. Club,
GOVER. NIONTY ..... Hajvlcpmille, Ala.
lmmrg' I1 xlnullvrr In.: liicrxmf'
3 lfngxm-rr's Club.
, Il 1938 GRECQL
HARDIN, JOE .......... Tupelo
F. F. A.,
HARM ON, LERA VAN ........ Alix
"A Good Heart is Better than All the Heads
Pep Squad, Transfer from Harding College.
HEARRELL, DAVE ...... N eosho, Mo.
F . F . A.,
HENDERSON, DONNA ...... Scranton
"Her Words Speak as Loud as Her Actionsm A
HENDERSON, KENNETH ..... Lead Hill
"Colonel Takes Command of All Situationsn
F. F. A.
"He Knows Exactly What Heis Ahoutv
House Government Committee.
"Loyalty, Sweetness and Efficiency Plusf'
Economics, Student Council,
LL, MARGARET ....... Searcy
in the World"
"He's 'Sittin' Bull, to Everyone"
HEN SON, GERALD ........ Osceola
"Therein Nothing to be Gained hy Worryingl'
Pre-Med, Pep Squad.
HERNDON, ED ..... North Little Rock
"A Movie Star in the Bud?',
O "T" Associationg Agricola Staff, '37,
I-HCKEY, GLEN ........ Dardanelle
"The Only Way to Get Anywhere is to Start
Where You Arev
Dining Hall, School-Masters Roundtable.
HICKEY, LEONARD ....... Clarksville
"'Pearly' is an Athlete Whose Ayocation is Loren
HIXON, IMA FAY ......... Paris
"A Nose for Gossip, a Fertile Brain"
Masquersg Dining Hall, Agricola and Arka-Tech Staffg
, School-masters Roundtable, SHADOW.
HOGAN, PAUL ....... 1 . Vilonia
"Seldom Seen or Heard, hut Always There"
Tun 193 lunlvm
HOl.l.OW'lil.l,, lNlAY0Nl.A. .... Russellwille
"xl ll'.nf1.m, l'ru1:ura mlu Ihr field
wf fralumrr ln"
E HUDSON, 'l.'XMlzS ...,.. , Lam
"Xflll'll' .MJ fjmrt"
Hlarorv flulv lhnxng Hull
HUNNICQLITT. DICK ....,., gem
'lffe' .'ld'uu1f tfvrre .nr 'fun Nudes lu fiery Q1,gm0,l:
Hn Hun .mf Ihr Rxgffl Une'
.Q 6 fJ,c..1.,,,,N3 .-Xnmmrnong Gln- Club: Student Council.
. 'IACKSON, lfRNlfSTlNlf ..... Russellmille
l "fu:'!' uv ,'lUJ'ls' .wJ fun"
I , ' liandl.
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'lEW'ffl.l.. .-Xl.l5ffRT ......... Hope
"Ill Nprmf .Us .Um-new lxfcr 1511: P411 for Lzquor,
l P411 ju' lllvmru, .xml Uv Rn! If: Spend' Fvvfxxfljsl'
Q , JOHNSON, Num' LEE ,..... Gmfzlf
"H'11l- .1 l.:IIlt liryl-ff, .: 14:1 1-: Fun,
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1 , .'lr:J fluff: .HW H wit 'vi IVY ll-IW If DUN!
5 , , X Prp Sqlmdg Y XY' ff Ag Home lfeonsmxcs.
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MA l QV JONES, LOIS . . .... . HJ7f1x1'7l
"Capable and lrzdzaslriuusn 3 S
lx Q JONES, LCN ....... .Uuurmzin Hmm :-
l l l "Of Few Words. Sincere. Friendly" lv
1' Engineer's Club.
l le JONES, TED DEANE .... . R,..l.'11,,s:
"A Vivaciom' Pc'f,YUlld1lfjH
l L Band.
l ' JURNEY, EMILY ...... . . fc,..l.11,.,K
"A Conscierztious llfurkcr .md 171,11 U1 17,,,,"
KASI-INER, EDWIN ...... E
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FF. A' One of Our Aflun- Cjfflfu-4',,f 4 ,,,,,,,.,,,,1,,x
KENT, ALLEN ,. ..
H , . . . . . . 14-11111-Q ,Nl-,ine
H55 PN! Hif Pmlwlcnn :lxlffr ju, A, 1g,.,,,H pm'
KING CECIL DW
A Brzllzant .Mznd wzth a We'l developed
Deans Llst Pre Law Band Orchestra Presldent Hxstory
KNIGHT ARCHIE llflalvern
A Well lzked All round Student
Masquers Pep Squad Presldent Student Counc1l
KOEN ROSS Russellvzlle
Success Comes to the Fellow Who Thznks He Can
KOEN JOHN TOM Russellwlle
An Athlete Searchzng or Knowledge
KUMPE BERTIE Mablevale
Reserwe and uzet Mznzmzze Her Abzlzty
A Charmzng Personalzty Wzth d Deszre or Pleasure
LAN GSTON IRVIN Russellvzlle
Hzs Dzsposztzon 15 Constantly Arnzable
Band Masquers Glee Club
LAUX HERBERT M orrzl ton
Su erzng rom hzgh blond pressure
Glee Club T Assouatxon
LEACH DOUGLAS Gentry
Per ect Coordznatzon Makes a Good Student
LEONARD JEANETTE Russellville
The Most Magnzfzcent Szgn of Wzsdom
zs Contznual Cheer ulness
Student Counc1l HISKOFY Club Pep Squad Deans Lxst
Arka Tech Staff
LINGLE GREER Coall-I1ll
The More We Have Like Lzngle
the Merrzer Well All Be
LIN TON FLOYD Russellwlle
A Quzet Lzkable Lad
,'l'll l93 Allllllllllfll 4
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LANE, LOIS .......... Bellefonte
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MCGINNIS, CLYDE . . Rvgvfr
A Man with H15 Pzpe Can Solve 411 Prublcvmu
Masquers Student Council Edntor Arln Te lm: F. F. .-X.
MCRAE JOHN El R.-no, om.
Antlner Oklahoma Boy Mak Ctud.
MARTIN ALFRED l.i11l.- RU,-K
Pep Squad Forestry
MASSIE JUANITA Ruvwllm :lla
To You No Soul Shall Bear D t 1 N .S1r.m-gfy
O er Wrorzg but Frzezzds nz ,Ill rl -1 Q.-J
You Meet and Lover, tlv it ur Q'-
MGSQUCIS Home Economics Pep Squld Dt m3 lm.
Band 0 Wo lmlv flluk U cfnlitlllu
Presd F 3' Hand L1 ml Jx lrzcmlf'
LOONEY, GlfUlfCjlf ....,,, q1,a,g6mn
l-.llfil Nl' ,itll lllwftlx JH' Htvf. Htllahfll
MCALISTER, xlmelnzfzi .... , Hem
"I llm Ilflnllht' l livlzcn' l ffgu'
MCCLAIN, PAUL . . . . . . Russellwille
"fmt ' .Nlwr-lrirzg' U
Mtcoox, ALBERT ...... . . Locke
"Ill Gu .Up Onn Qzucl ll'.n"
MCFERRAN, JACK ......... Laraca
"ll'rIl' Hu fzglwrnxg .-H'-zlxlw and lnlrlllgcnce.
Hr'll .-llrurjrs Hr on Top"
MCFERRAN. JOE .... .... La 'sara
"ll'lwI xlpplzn Io Our uf New Brollwrf
.Usnl .-lpplm lu llv Ullwr"
F. F. A.
. . .'l1L!'Ix l
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MILLER FRED p,,,k,,,
Oh Work Where 1s Thy Charm?
In a L1 e o Ease I See No Harm
MORGAN HARVEY Rm-gelly Ile
Be Merry 1 You are Wise
NELSON JUNE D091 y
Watch this Fzghtzn Engineer Go'
NELSON OSCAR Russell-vzlle
His Hobby 1s Datzng
NEWTON CARL Russellvzlle
A Fellow Who Knows that a Smile zs the
Universal Mode o Apparel
Schoolmaster s Rountable
GATES MARY Russellvzlle
Deeds Were Ever Better Than Words
OLDI-IAM CHARLES C lznton
A uzet Boy wzth Practzcal Ideas
History Club Glee Club
OWEN LORENE Charleston
Woman 15 Entitled to L1 e Liberty
and the Pursuit o Man
Y W C A Deans LISI Roundtable
PARKER ORLIE f aba sh
Wabash 1s just a Playboy at Heart
President Pre Med Student Counc1l Glee Club
PARKERSON CECIL 1 orman
One o those Rare Fellows Who Knlows His Own Business
anal Enough to Let the Other Fellows Alone
PATCHELL WESLEY ultman
He Hides a Heart of Gold
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PATTISO'N, PAUL . . .... Little Rock
"Well Satisfied with Hin 'Little Womanu'
Tum 193 1GllIl'
PRICE, CAROLYN . . . . .
'ffficivrrt ill Hcr H'urfq"
PRICE, LOREDA ...... Spam num. UfQ.'.:.
Msludiozu ana' 17111, nl 111 'Ill H
1 -'v . rr 1.1-Q-H
Dean's Listg Roundtablcg Glee Club.
PRIEST, ROSALYN .... .Yurllv l.m'fu Rmk
"The 'AH-around Gul' .lf 'l'rclv"
Pep Squadg Home Economics.
PRIEST, RUSSEL . . . . .Yurllv ,
"Wf7at Should a 1111111 IL: fm! Ha .1
Quaffefi Glee Clubg "T" Association.
RACKLEY, LENORA . . . .
Mlrzdzcxtrioru .md i,'.1p.1Hr"
RAGLAND, MARY ELIZAlSIi'I'H .
HAY LikL'LIl7lL' :JY Sfu' ix flnrkllfyf
Masquefsi P913 Squadg Glu- Cflulwg H4-.luty
pA'I'TON. XY'II.I,I.'XNl IJ, 4 .
HH. X,,frf,'.1 1111111 11-f In 1 f 1 111
D1-.u1'5 l.lSl1 f'11,.gn1n-ru flufv
H Q -11771 Cjfqyt,
1 'H 'ixjmfv 11' ,iff ff-,J1111
. Lead' H1!!
U,,,,ry .11 .1 Smut H l'l1l' Nam- lu Bld
1l H 'J I J U d
PHILLIPS, vrsrmlblxff ..... . JW,
",-1g'n.n- .1!!rmf- lu ffm Uun 8141111611
PEARCLS, HOXYARD . . ,... 1.11116 R01-1
"Hu H .- H. H... .1.r1-'
N'1g1I.lm'e ffonmuurrg fwlnqu- s Pu--l..n-3 "T" A550gmj0nA
POWELI.. xl.-x1ec3L'1fR1'r15 1 . . 6111116.11011
Xfvggf 'lr' .ILJ x1!'!f'.!1 'U' I-:'L"t'
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RANDOLPH, JOI-IN . . . . .
"A Competent Student, Quick-witted,
RAY, JAMES .......... Mulberry
"I ames is a T ical A ri Hail Rural America"
f I vp g ,
Student Council, F.F. A., Grange.
RAY, LORENA .........
V "Dark Clouds are Unknown to Heru
RILEY, ROBERT ........
"Droll Humor and a Draivl Make Him Well-likedj, i
Masquersg Glee Club.
ROARK, VERNA LOU . . . . Green Forrest
"Understood by Few, Liked by Manyu
ROBERTS, CHARLES ..... . Booneville
- " 'Squirref will be Missed Herev
. . Altus
ROBERTSON, KEITH .... Mountain Home
"'D'0c, is No Whirlwind but He Gets Things Donev
ROBINSON, HARMON ..... Blytlleville
"A Master of the 'Tavernacularnj
ROGERS, MARI-IEA ....... Russellville
"A Clever Girl with an Unending Line of Witticism,'
RUSSELL, I-IARMON ....... Vilonia
"ln His Own Quiet Way He Manages
to Get Aroundn
RUTI-IVEN, RODERICK ...... C offer
"He is Sure to Succeed because He Couples
Personality and Ability"
RYAN, ANDY ........ llflilam, Mo.
"He Had a Sousing Good Time at Tech"
SLAVEN, MARY ........ Ven: Fzarcrz
"If Silence is Golderz: Sin' ir Pon'r!y-rlfifkfni'
Tricg Beautyg History Clubg Roundtable.
SMILEY, WAYNE ....... Rumfz'u:'f
"The Marz that Laughs Muxt Survly 170 H'cff"
SMITH, TRAVIS . . . .... . Cfxuurz
"Goa His U'ay, Affakcs ffricndf lg'.mJ'y'
F. F. A. Grange.
SOUTH, MARVIN ...,....
"Patient, Toferable, Likv.rI'fv: xl R1-.11 .N'f14,,I,-nf"
SPAINHOUR, VELNIA . . . . . , 1,,,,,,U
"Mild llflamzered and CIUUJ N,,f,4,,-J"
SPRINGERNEALON . .
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QQ 77 - . A
T ASSOCIZIIIOIIQ Arka-Tech Sf.1H
Hdn fu ff
SALNTON, GARYYN ,.--.. ff!4frc'H1iffe
"ln-1 f,w'L'1l1: Vw' lfw Uf'f'f'1111 NU
1 "T" Axxmmllxon,
SEEMAN. 0. fs .,,. ,.... 5 mffg.,,,
1-'HH I-Qvffwxu ffxm fm! Ill Krwrw l1'iN,,,
lu fff 'M rwrw
Y. M. ff. A,
SEWELI., ROBERT ,......, D.Qm,,
Q iuflfuuv. f'w:gw11.1.' nzlf' .1 Nlrrfqmg l'.7y.'Um,4',,y'
AfI.4t1.Tg-gh and Agrlrola Smurf: If FA: Masqufrse
SHOEXIAKER, BRUCE ...... Littfe R05
.'Hn.1m ,Nlrnzrxg fur Ike' Bc'-I.
,X vcr U zflzmg Iu N1Hrz"1Jz'r'4
President, Engnm-eng 151151111-M 31,111.19-r. Arka-Tech.
SHORT, W'II.LI.-Rf-f ....... E1 Dorado
I KJVK ,VUI .XU!'UJ'l. .XLV
lj Xu Une life- ,rw .Urn
Yell Leader, '5": lfnglnf-rug Student Councnlz Glee Club,
51515. AIARI.-XX ......... ft. Smith
KVCIJ .1 Nzgf' rv' ffuwr HIM' Lim- .Un
HJ .J .Nnufr Vw fqfu'-r UVM' HJ!L"'
'lll 93 GBIC
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STATON, GEORGE ........ Hackett
"A Good Fellow Among Friends"
Engineer's Club, Pep Squad.
STOBAUGI-I, ROY ..... . Choctaw
"Serious Minded, lndustrious'
STORY, VEO ...... .... H ector
"A Baslrful Boy with a Host of Friends"
STROUD, LEE ROY ....... Cleveland
"You Never Find Him Studying, but He is Up
Among the Rest"
SULLIVAN, RAE ......... G entry
"'Swilley, Has No Respect for Age
Unless Itln Bottledl'
F. F. A.
TAYLOR, FRANCIS ....... Pine Bluff
"His Electrical Undertakings Have Made Him
a 'live Wire' "
F. F. A.
TAYLOR, G. D ......... Russellville
"To Laugh is Proper to the Mani'
F. F. A.
FEETER, BONNER ........ Pottsville
"Inspiration Gomes from Eagernessn
TEETER, LUCILLE ........ Potfsville
"Wlrat Sound Delight a Quiet Life Affordsv
TERRY, SALLY ........ Little Rock
"A Lady Farmer-to-ben
TI-IACKER, JANICE ........ Danville
"A Human 'Gimme Pig"f
Masquersg Beauty, Pep Squad.
THOMPSON, HARLEY ..... Cave C reelz
"Small Town Boy Makes Good"
TUCKER,JUANITA . . . . . .ljdfclldllclllf
"Capable and Lllldlfllllllllgu
TIBISI:1.S. vcd 0 .....4.. L
q lmmg Slvade
lllml ffm .'l11 :lu uf 111drpn,Jfmt,
.MJ f Jpdblllfjl
Tll.l-lfY. IIONAIJJ . . . . ,TIwm1a,,, Home
"If llll l 1 1
1- H1 xv '1111 If ffl! H'1ll,1lak,,
llw ll'u1lJ lu Hrmxrlfn
Trnmllvr fmm Arlmmqu College
. . .....l'a11Buren
, . .
.Xunxr froplr 1.1111 br ifdfflfd 111 SU jfany
P1 x ll' JH
171 LY' i
Yell l.v.1Jc-ri Xlasquerag Y, W' C A 1 Pep Squajg Glee Club?
ToLL1x'fsR, Louis ..,..,. 11,-Lean, TU,
c If .1 ,lrst .xmf :ill ffwugr Www IIA'
Preandvnt. "T" .'Xnolx.nnun.
TUCKER. CHARLES ........ Uorrilton
"1.:fr If .1 M-ng amz' Hr .Xmgs IIA'
Quarlelg Glen- fflubg .-Xssormtrong Engmeers.
TUCKER, H. A ...... . . . Permille
TURNER, VIRGIL ...... . . 1,111
"He,: a Mailer of Affallers ffa1!1u1m1111fal"
F. F. A., Student Manager, Dining Hall.
TYLER, PIERCE ........ cl.Yl'l'H!'7ll7
"'Tim' is a Marx of fcn'
Home Economics Club.
WAITS, MAURINE .
HA Sm ll J
VARDAMAN, LORENA ...... Klux! Hxff
"Cf7eerfu1ne5s is the OffXl7c111! .J 4
. fl Illfkalgc' of f'fu'z'1j11l1g4-H
Home Economxcs Club,
WALLS, JAMES . .
"You Hardly Know llflvcrx I
.Hufln 1' X
lfx 0 nfl
Yer You Krmn' llflmcn llc l-11'l"m
:I l.:kn'-. VJ-:J:J.:Ir ,vw 41.144 i'.:f.rvzma"
THE 193 AGIIICIILA
WILKERSON, CLYDE ......, Mazyem
"'Whitey' is a Gift to the Women"
Yell Leader, Masquers, Gleei Club.
WILLIAMSON, ROBERT ..... Russellville
"The Quiet, Studious Engineern
WILSON, WALDON .....i Purcell, Olqla.
"Man Has Nothing Better To Do Than Eat,
Drink and Be Merr "
Eng1neer's Club, "T" Association.
WINTERS, ROBERT . . . Ore City, Tex.
WISE, JAMES ........., Bauxite
"He Was Born 'Wise' and is Adding to Itl'
F. F. A., D'ean's List.
YOUNG, ROBERT ..... . Russellville
"A Smile for Everyonej'
WARD, MAE ......... Alpena Pass
"A Cheerful Disposition Coupled with Innocence
Makes Her Attractive"
Dining Hall, Grange, Y. W.C. A.
WATSON, FRANCES ....... Des Arc
"I-ler Quiet Good Nature Enhances Her Personality"
Masquersg Pep Squad, Roundtable.
WELCH, D ........... Havana
,"Of High Principles, with Little Interest
in the 'Wealzeri Sex"
F. F. A., Dean's List.
WESTPI-IAL, CARL ..... . Litlte Rock
"Be Silent, and Known '
Band, Engineer's Club.
WI-IITE, DONALD ......... Gentry
"All the Virtues Which Go to Make-up a Real Fellow"
WIGGS, FRANK ......... Morrilton
"What's the Use of Worrying?',
H ,93 iGRIl!0L
WREN, QUENTIN ........ LaCrosse
"Iggy-guirig, liuuif .N'aIun'a"'
F. F. A.
YOUNG, CLARA ........ Pine Bluff
",-I .Slight inferiority Complex,
but on the lVlwolc. Swell"
Arlca-Tech Staff: Associate Editor, Agricola: History Clubs
ZUBER, PAUL . . . . .
. Van Buren
"Luft on All Rolls, bu! He Ulu Top:
in .Uarxjp Thing!"
It is with genuine regret that we come to the end of the school year with the
thought in mind that we are to leave most of thc sophomores. among whom are I0
he found our closest friends. A few will remain united in attendance at other col-
leges while the rest will have only memories of their friends at Tech. Good luck t0
all of you, wherever you may go, whatever you may do.
Al LXKIS, ,ll '.'XfNIkI .-X
.X'I'OR, Nl.-XRY IIIZAI
HAII LY, CJ.-XRIJNPR
H.-XKLR, .-XI fi! R I'
li.-XI IJXYIN, ORM.-X
H.-XRl'l,l IAI', Olllill.
li-1' Reno, Olqjl
BROWN, THOMAS .
BURNS, MARIE .
BYNUM, FIRMAN .
BYNUM, WILMA .
CAMP, EARL .
CASH, BROUGH .
CASH, DOLL .
. . Salem
CASH, JOHNNIE MAE
CAUTHRON, SAM .
CHRISCO, BOYNE .
COBB, GOLAN . . .
COLE, THOMAS L. .
COOK, ERCHEL . .
COOK, GUS .
. North Little Rock
. . Parks
. . Eudora
DAVIS, BILLIE .
DAVIS, DAVID .
DEEN, REED . . .
DOVER, ELSIE . .
LOOK, ,IOI IN KII I IN
I,'OI'I-', I II.-NRI ILS
CR.-XXI1NS, I OIILNIZ
.Nwrlf 1.111115 RMI
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TII 193 AGRICIILA
DUGGER, EVELYN .
DUNN, MELVIN .
DUVALL, AVIS .
DYSON, J. C. . .
ELKINS, HERBERT .
ESSEX, ESTELLE .
FISHER, CLINT . . .
FLURRY, A. D. . .
FRAZIER, LUCILLE .
FRAZIER, WARREN .
FREE, REBECCA .
FREEMAN, IVA .
FUDGE, LOY . .
FULLER, GROVER .
. . Ola
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I-Ul.'I'ON, f'XNN:'x Dmda H
GANNIJI, KING Rumllyiue
GA'l'lfS, f'.'.A.ROl.l. LMICROCIE
C3A'l"IA'IN, Cf ff. I Haskell
CAUI-T' JOE D- Dardanelle
GEORGIE, W'."xNZA . . I Bm
GHSSCN, ORRIN . . Hope
GH.MORlf, RClsI1RT , . jasper
GOl.DNl."xN. 3U:l.H."x . . . I'-ouke
Van Hmm . f
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HARRIS, JOE . . ,
HARRIS, KEITH . .
HARRIS, RODNEY .
HART, EDITH . .
HATCH, JAMES .
HATFIELD, DON .
HAWKINGS, EDDIE J
HAZER, HARRY .
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HEARN, WILMA . .
HELTON, BEATRICE .
HELTON, SAM .
I-IICKERSON, FLETA . . .
HOBBS, RAY . . .
HOLLEY, ODELL . . .
. . Scott
JONES, HOWARD .
JONES, VONNIE MAE
KAMM, RICHARD .
KEENER, LOLA . .
KENEDY, FRANCIS .
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KNIGHT, ORMAN .
LEACI-I, SILVA BELL
LEWIS, ALLEN . .
LITTLE, LERRON .
LOGAN, BESSIE .
MCCRARY, JOI-IN . . .
MCCLESKY, GUY ,
. . Malvern
Nortlv Little Rock
. Forrest City
. W'est Memphis
MCCLURE, JANET . . .
MCEERRIN, FERNE .
MCC-,1-IEE, DEWARD .
MCKEEHAN, OTIS .
MAJORS, JULIAN . .
MALLET, FRANCIS .
MULLEN, PEARL . . . .
MURPHY, LEE VERNON
MURPHY, RITCHIE . .
NALL, NEWTON .
NEAL, LILLIAN .
NEWKIRK, JOHN J. . .
NEWTON, JAMES ED .
NEWTON, WILLIAM .
OLIVER, HAROLD . .
. . Dover
MARTIN, LEEMAN ,
MILLER, ALWIN .
MORAN, ALICE .
MORGAN, BUFORD .
- - Everton
Le Mani. Tex,
. Van Buren
. . Danville
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OTWELL, ORELL . . .
OWEN, ELIZABETH ANN
OWENS, EMMA JO . .
PARKER, ROBERT . . .
PATTISON, DOROTHY .
PATTISON, MILDRED .
PATTON, JUANITA .
. Hot Springs
. . Greenwood
. Alpena Pass
. Alpena Pass
. . Little Rock
. Little Rock
. Little Rock
PATTON, WILLIAM . . Poplar Grove
PAYNE, MARCELLE . .
PERRY, JAMES .
PHILLIPS, CARRIE .
PHILLIPS, EDNA .
PICKREN, KATHRYN .
PIERCE, MALCOLM .
PIERCY, DOLLY .
. Sal em
REED, VIRGINIA . .
REYNOLDS, FRANCIS . . Little Rock
RHOADS, LUCILLE . . Waldr'orz
ROBB, ELDON . ,
ROBERTS, JAMES . . . . Booneville
ROBERTS, MARY RUTH . . . Heclor
ROGERS, PIELEN - . . Russellville
RORIE, PAUL . .
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ROSE, GLEN - . . Rusfellvillc
PIERCY, EUNEVA .
POOLE, HAYS .
PRICE, THOMAS .
RAMER, C. A. .
RANEY, EARL . .
RASBURRY, JAMES .
REED, TROY . .
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ROSE, VERLIS . . Fzfppfn
ROSS, ELIZABETH . , , Ruyyellyille
ROWDEN, EUGENE . . . Little Rock
SATTERFIELD, GUILA GRACE . .Russellville
SATTERFIELD, HERSCHEL . . . Russellville
scIssoN, KEATHLEY . , Danville
scoTT, EDWARD . , Alma
SELLS, HERMAN D. . . . owe
SEXTON, JIMMIE . . . Mijudea
SHILLING, MARY LEE
SHINN, AVERY .
SHINN, BONNER . .
SHINN, GLADINE . .
SMITH, BUFORD .
SMITH, JOYCE .
SMITH, LEON .
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STEWART, JANE .
STOEHR, LESTER .
STREETER, K. M.
STRICKLAND, J. O.
. El Reno, Okla.
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SPARKS, VUARREN . .
SPIKES, JOE PERRY .
STEPHENS. MADGE .
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TOLER, PI-IILLIP . .
TREECE, BARTON .
TROW, TI-IURMAN .
TURNBOW, CALVIN .
TURNER, RALPH .
TURNEY, RUBY .
TYGART, RUBY .
USREY, CLARA .
VANCE, ALFORD .
XVARREN, EUGENE .
WATKINS, TOM .
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WI-IITLOCK, RIDGE - -
WI-IITTINGTON, NOLA .
WI-IITTINGTON, DICK .
WILI-IITE, IDA MAE .
WINBORN, WOODROW .
WOOTEN, CAROMEL .
WRIGHT, URY .
El Reno, Olga'
. . Mt.Ida
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With the close of the school year, we wish to extend to the freshmen of this year
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In the election held especially for that purpose, the Campus Queen, Myra Jane Stewart, Green-
wood, was elected. The candidates were all eligible for Beauty Queen, to be picked from photographs
by some celebrity.
After one judge was advised by his lawyer to cancel his agreement and another failed to make
a selection as press time neared, it became necessary to impress Don McNeil into service as judge.
Mr. McNeil is a well known radio personality, being an announcer for NBC as well as master of
ceremonies on the NBC Breakfast Club Program. I-Ie readily accepted, and, after due deliberation,
selected Miss Mary Slaven, Van Buren, as Beauty Queen. AS the annual was in the process of be-
ing printed at the time, it was impossible to secure his photo and the selection, over his signature,
in time that a facsimile might be printed in the annual, but the original letter will be avilable so
that everyone may See it in a few days.
RESULTS OF NWI-IO'S WHO CONTEST CONDUCTED BY WARREN FUNSTON
IN THE ARKA-TECH
Most Beautiful . . JANIS FULMER
Cutest . . MARY CRooM
Most Studious GENEVA DUNN
Conceited . . . JANICE THACKER
Musician . MARTHADELL SMITH
Athlete , , , . ROSALYN PRIEST
Wittiest . . ELIZABETH ANN OWEN
Pest . . . . . IMA FAY HIXON
Baby . . ..... PALLIE BEST
Boy Crazy . . MARY ELIZABETH RAGLAND
Mttsician . .
Athlete . .
Wirtiest . .
Laziest . .
Girl Craz . .
. . . . J. G. COOPER
. . SIDNEY GOTTLIEB
. HOWARD PEARCE
. . JAMES FLAKE
. . CLARK BEAVER
. JoHN CoWNE
. . . JoE CASKEY
. FRANCIS EDWARDS
. . JAMES BIDDLE
. . CHARLES TAYLOR
. . JOE CASKEY
. DICK HUNNICUTT
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1. A sunin'.
2. Wlmy hide it?
3. "Farley,' Rose in a blur
4. "Yes, I understand".
6. just another needle in her
t, 7. He really is this tall!
3. Sornt-one droppfd 3
1, Camera shy.
3. Looking for a hand-out
5. Q'Wabash" demonstrates.
6. just resting a while.
7. Why upetev liked Cara
3. At Roy,s.
9- 'QThey're going in"
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6. "Hairless" comes to
' 7. Nall, paying off.
if? S. "Hold if!"
9. Whiriimg for assembli
1, Ah, asleep at last.
GJMQL 3, Monday at the boy's
4. "Are you incineratin'
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stu: 5. "I sho do like chicken?
Fizrhif 6. Q'Tige" togs out. f
7. Pets for a day.
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K Qcwhut ban: 77,
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1. Waiting for their
2. Where to?
3. Curvacious Croom,
4. Is 'oo hurt?
5. Cave man stuff, but slie
6. Another natural!
7. A hot time was had
8. Mobile music.
47. Thinlcing shout f0Ul23lll'
1, "Keep your women at
2, "I-lunlcv and Jimmie.
3. Two good arms between
4. "Loolca healiln
5. Could use a- shave.
6. "Hairless" Joe.
7- Snapper gets snapped.
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3. Lunch at the airport
4. Already at Tech.
6. It looked this way
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4. "'Stop me if you've
heard this onef,
5. Who's on the other end?
6. Tennis fshion.
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4. Burning midnight' oil.
6. Comparing notes.
7- AFC all the girls in bed?
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Left to right: Ina Webb, Jack McFerran, attendantsg Earl Maxwell, king, Mary -lo Cheek, queeng
Quentin Wren ancl Lorene Cravens, attendants.
The King and Queen reigned Agri Day, May 3, which this year was featured
by an unusually large number of floats and a magnificient fireworks display.
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ALFRED J. CRABAUGI-I
Chairman Athletic Committee
JOHN EDWARD TUCKER
Head Coach of Football
Under the coaching of John Tucker, Tech
elevens have rolled up the remarkable record of 36
wins, 9 losses and 5 tied games.
Basketball ana' Track Coach
Assistant Football Coach
John Cowne, giant tackle and co-captain elect of
the 1937 Wonder Boys, was named on the all-state
team for the first time this year. Cowne, who hails
from Greenwood, earned his second letter at Tech in
as many years of comp
etition. A broken arm received
in the Teachers game this year kept him on the sid:
lines during the latter part of this season.
Age, 19, height, 6 ft., 2 in., weight, 225.
Lettered, high school 3 years, Tech, 2 years.
Liston Hager, co-captain of the 1937 squad and
the sparkplug of the Wonder Boy running and passing
attack, completed his third year of play at Tech'at the
half-back position this season. Hager, who is from
Batesville, was a unanimous choice for the all-state
berth. 1-Ie is continuing his gridiron and scholastic
career at State Teachers. .
Age, 22, height, 5 ft., 7 in., weight, 175.
Lettered at Tech 2 years, in high school 3 years.
Paul Zuber, member of a family famous in Tech
football history, starred at end for Van Buren high
school for three years before entering Tech. Zuber, one
of the most consistent players on the squad, earned two
football letters and a berth on the all-state team dur-
mg 1715 3 years at Tech. Zuber entered the University
of Arkansas at mid-term.
Age, 215 height, 6 ft., one in., weight, 175.
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REVIEW OF THE SEASGN
Prospects for a winning 1937 eleven
looked slim September 10 when a squad
of 47 men, including only seven of 19 let-
termen from the strong '36 team report-
ed to Coach Tucker for the initial prac-
tice of the season. State football writers
shook their collective heads and scratched
Tech from the list of contenders for the
state championship. They could not see
the fight, determination, and desire to
win fostered by those 47 Wonder Boys
which destined them to be one of the
greatest elevens in Tech football history
and brought them, at the season's end,
Coach Tucker's praise as uthe fightingest
team 1 have ever coached."
Over a tough nine game schedule the
Wonder Boys made the following record:
Eight victories, one defeat.
Two hundred and ten points scored,
scored upon for 33 points-the best de-
fensive record in the state.
Playing the first five games of the
season without being scored upon brought
Tech national recognition.
Thirteen of the players were named on
One of the three all-state teams.
Even though they didn't Win the state
Championship, Tech's Wonder Boys re-
ceived their share of football glory and
were considered by many as the strongest
college eleven in Arkansas.
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TECH . , 13
BAcoNE ...... , 0
Playing their first game of the season under
the new lights on Buerkle field, the Wonder
Boys decisively defeated a heavy Becone In,
dian eleven from Muskogee, Oklahoma. The
Tech eleven, composed chiefly of non-letter-
men, held the upper hand throughout the
game and outplayed their opponents in every
department. Dashes by Hager, Bridges and
Hickey, and an end-around by Laux placed
the ball on the Indian one-yard line from where
Hickey scored the first touchdown, early in
the first quarter. Bridges' kick for point was
good. A forty-yard dash by Hickey in the
middle of the third period accounted for the
final tally. Cowne, Bynum and Pearce weft
outstanding in the Tech line.
TECH .......... 26
KANSAS STATE TEACHERS . 0
Sporting a vastly improved running and pass-
ing attack, the Xvonder Boys handed the Goril-
las of Kansasistate Teachers college a stinging
defeat in the second game of the season. With
"Mickey" Zuher, Tech's versatile left end,
snagging passes and Beaver, Salmon, Bridges,
and Hickey lugging the hall. Tech made it
three decisive victories over the Gorillas in
as many years. Led hv Pearce. Gattin and
Bynum, the Tech line smeared the visitor's of-
fense and repeatedly opened large holes in the
Kansas line for the Tech hacks to scamper
TECH . . . 13
HENDERSON ....... 0
The Vlfonder Bovs journeved to Arkadelpllia
Cctoher S to meet Henderson State Teacheri
for their first game of the season with an Ar-
kansas rival. Coach Suddetlfs Reddies Wfff
primed for the occasion ,md digplaved plcnfi'
of file fllllif Hlwavs present at games lwfwffn
these two schools. After plavinq on even M1115
for the first half. the Techinen istaged an aerial
attack that netted the winning markers in Ili?
third and fourth quarters. iliagcr YOSSCJAN
Tolliver for the first score .ind to Zlllwf f-'f
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lWllt flux Rtwltlivs were imalwlt' I0 copi' Will'
Techis power tluring the final periods.
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TECH . . 1 ......... T . 33
NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA JUNIOR COLLEGE ...... 0
Wham! and an undefeated Norseman eleven from Miami, Okla., took it on the
nose as the Tech powerhouse marked up its fourth consecutive victoryand marched
into the national limelight as one of the few undefeated, untied, unscored on teams
in the nation. The Oklahomans filled the open date on Tech's schedule left by the
cancellation of football hy Magnolia.
Both teams took to the air early in the game giving the fans a slight taste of
grid-basketball but each team could complete only a small percentage of their at-
tempts. Tech's running attack functioned perfectly with Hager, Hickey and Beaver
carrying the mail on long dashes. The visiting team 'could not penetrate Tech's
strong line in Tech territory. -
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TECH .... t .......... 7
OKLAHOMA CITY UNIVERSITY ........ 0
In Indian territory, Tech's Wonder Boys downed a heavier O. C. U. Goldbug eleven for
their fifth conseutive victory. The win placed them among the 5 teams with a perfect record
for the year in the nation, and branded them as a worthy opponent for the all-important clash
with State Teachers.
Paul Zuber, end, scored the winning touchdown early in the first half on an end-around
play from the 18-yard line. Bridges made the extra point to end the scoring for the night.
By completing 11 of 12 attempted passes, the Tucker charges showed that the Arkansas
boys could toss the leather. Long and accurate punts from the toe of Beaver, Tech fullback,
aided in retarding the Goldbug attack. Bynum and Pearce were outstanding in the line.
TECH ...... . . . . 9
STATE TEACHERS .... A ....... 13
It was a great battle, a full 60 minutes of sensational football played as only two of the
most colorful elevens in Arkansas football history could have played it. The stage was per-
fecty set, both teams untied and undefeated, the winner was conceded the state title by ob-
servers. Teachers long winning streak was at stake and Tech with her goal line uncrossed
in 5 previous games was attempting to secure revenge for a 13 to 9 defeat last year.
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A pass from Burnett to Estes, late in the
fourth quarter turned defeat into victory for
the Bears. It was a hard game for Tech to
lose. Tech made 9 first downs to 10 for the
Bearsg they made 359 yards from scrimmage
as compared to 185 for their rivals. Tech was
in possession of the ball on the Teacher's 7-
yard line when the game ended.
TECH . . . , 41
MONTICELLO ....... 14
After getting a slow start and playing on
even terms for the first period, the Tech power-
house came into its own and trounced the Boll
Weevils, scoring almost at will. The passing
of Booth, Weevil quarterback, was the out-
standing feature of the Weevil attack. Zuber
5C0fCd 2 touchdowns from passes, Priest scor-
mg 0116 via the Same route. Coach Tucker
made substitutions frequently in the game
which was marked by numerous long runs by
the Tech backs.
around left end for a score
Bridges gO6S I
Gattin intercepts af Hendflx'
Beavers kicks out on the one-foot line.
The successful end-around
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A clear field.
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The Green and Gold squad limbered up at
the expense of a highly-touted eleven from
Winfield, Kansas, in a game more likeamck
meet than football, before a large crowd of
parents of Tech students here for the annual
Scoring when they pleased and pushingthe
heavier team all over the field, the Wonder
Boys amassed a total of 54 points, 20 of which
were scored in the first quarter. Almost every
player on the Tech squad got into the game
for at least a few plays.
TECH . .14
HENDRIX . 6
After being knocked ahout and outplayecl
for three quarters the Tech powerhouse came
to life again and ripped the Hendrix lineto
pieces to score twice in the last quarter for tllf
mos' spectacular last-minute rally' of the sea-
son. Hendrix held a 6-point lead. W0I1ln
the second quarter. and held it until Brirlgfi
went over for a score and made the placement,
in the middle of the final stanza. Hagffln'
fCI'CCPIv.l a pass to score the second touCl1d0Wn
a few seconds lwlore the game ended. The
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Tech's prospects for the 1938 season are very good if performance in spring
practice is to be considered as evidence. Among new men showing up well are Ras-
hurry, Covey, and Dale Miller. The returning non-lettermen are trying hard to
make a good showing so that they may fill the shoes of the graduating players.
A tentative eight-game schedule is topped by the Thanksgiving Day game sche-
duled with State Teachers.
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Performing in weather more suitable for football than traclc, the freshman boys
defeated the sophomores, 68 to 44. in the intramural track meet held on Buerlcle
Field Friday afternoon, April 1. The affair was held as a preliminary tryout before
the scheduled meet between Tech and Harding College the following Friday.
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Ralph Turner, freshman, Winning first in the 120-yard high hurdles, high jump,
and broad jump, second in javeling and third in pole vault, rang up 19 points to win
high scoring honors. Clark Beaver, sophomore, who Won first in the three weights,
shot put, discus, and javelin, and third in broad jump, was second with 16 points.
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Three events, the mile run, the 880 relay, and the mile relay, were cancelled
because of the cold which grew more severe later in the meet.
The first and seconds in many events represented Tech in track meets held later
during the year.
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Results of the meet are:
100-yard dash: Fred Miller QSD, Hickey Bridges, HickeyD time, 45.4.
QSD, Little time, 10.4. High jump: Turner Briggs, QSD,
Perry QFD, time, 23.8.
QFD, time, 54.4.
880-yard dash: Reed Hud
120-yard high hurdles: Turner QFD
QFD, Holly QFD, time, 16.6.
220-yard low hurdles: Elkins QFD
QFD, Holly time, 26.9.
Little QFD, Reed Perry
: Little QFD, Fred Miller QSD, Beaver QSD, height, 5 feet, 6 inches.
Broad jump: Turner Strickland
Trou distance, 21 feet, IM inches.
Pole vault: Story QSD, Jones Turner
QFD, height, 10 feet, 6 inches,
Shot put: Beaver QSD, Bynum Gault
QFD, distance, 41 feet, 1 inch.
Discus: Beaver QSD , Gault , Morelock
QFD, distance, 126 feet.
Javelin: Beaver QSD, Turner Bridges
QSD, distance, 152 feet.
Ier Wright Young
Prospects for the season in traclc were very good because of the showing made
by the freshmen in the intra-mural event, plus the return of several lettermen of last
Three meets are scheduled before the state meet which will be held here again
TECH THIN-CLADS LOSE TO HENDRIX
TECH WINS FROM U. OF A. FROSH
Paul Brotherton, left-handed ace of the Tech
five, was rewarded for his season of outstanding
play by being named forward on the all-state quin-
tet. Brotherton's accurate, one-handed shots Won
him high scoring honors for the squad and were
the deciding factors in winning several gf the
games. Brotiierton, who hails from Charleston,
graduates this spring.
Harley Thompson, center and captain of the
squad, whose great defensive play and the ability
to recover the ball of the baclcboard made him in-
valuable to the Tech five. From Cave Creek, he
also graduates this year.
Dale DeKoster, Sp611C01', Iowa, C0mP
second and last year at forward this season.
lc ncl accurate paSS111S bran 6
excellent floor wor a
him as one of the flashiest players in the state.
U. of A. Frosh
U. of A. Frosh
L. R. Jr. Col.
L- R- jr. Col.
Dare OUTSTANDING PLAYERS TECH QPPONENT
Opponent ig' fi- Pf- f-P- f-g- fx. p.f.t
Adams 15 2 3
Adams 17 7 5
Coleman 20 11 7
Laser 26 11 10
Harris 14 5 8
Suitor 26 4 10
Turner 17 4 15
Bray 10 3 7
Roe 26 6 9
Woolly 12 7 10
Wooley 20 6 8
No Data Available
Ball 20 11 13
Roe 22 9 6
Young, Storey, Brothsrton, Oldham, Thompson, Tyler, Briggs, Turner. Deliosrer
Tech's baslceteers, composed of five letterinen and four reserves, aided bv sev-
eral capable freshmen, opened the 1937-38 season against a strong Universitv of Ar-
kansas freshmen quintet and thriilled their supporters bv forcing the Hogs to extend
themselves to win the game.
Every game played in the new physical education building drew capacitv crowds
and provided numerous thrills. Two close victories over Hendrix and the loss t0
Teachers by one point, made by virtue of ri foul shot alter the final whistle. WUC
the outstanding encounters of the season.
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ARKANSAS A. A. U. CHAMPS
Ray Hobbs, 147 Ragon Kinney, 175 Jack McFerran 156
These three boys represented Tech in the state A. A. U. tournament and return-
ed with three championships and the team trophy.
Hobbs, who had never boxed until he came to Tech, won his semi-final bout by
h A. A. U. Welterweight
8 knockout and won by a decision in the finals to take t e
l h h av weight crown last
Kinney is a veteran amateur boxer. He won the ig t e y
Year and was unopposed at this year's tournament.
McFerran is a veteran of the '37 team. He has lost only one bout in his two
years as middleweight contender for the Tech team.
HE 1938 AGIHCIILA
TECH BOXERS DRAW WITH U. OF A.
MITTMEN DEEEAT CLARKSVILLE CLUB
TECH WINS SECOND MEETING WITH U. OF A. BOXERS
THREE A. A. U. TITLES WON BY TECH MITTMEN
CHAMPION TECHMEN CO T0 NATIONAL A. A. U. MEET
.Alfred Martin, lightweight, Mitchel Moore, welterweightg Francis Reynolds,
featherweightg and Ridge Whitlock, bantamweightg combined with Kinney, Hobbs,
and McFerran to fill out a well-balanced boxing team.
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MOON R0Y'10ldS XY'hirlock
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Reynolds, Moore, Hobbs, Kinney, McFerran, Martin, Whitlock W
For the first time at Tech members of the boxing squad will receive letters for
their participation in this sportiwhich is rapidly becoming popular with the students.
Under the tutelage of student instructor Ragon Kinneyfithe Tech mittmen were
victorious in every team encounter with theexception of a draw in their firstmeet-
ing with the U. of A. fighters. Hobbs, Kinney, and McFerran were undefeated by
State Competition, but all three lost bouts at the junior' national A. A. U. tourna-
ment in Cincinnati. A
The girls gym classes,
under the direction of
Mrs. Henry Hudson,
enjoy recreational fa-
cilities in the new Tech
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MARY EDNA CRAVENS
-IUANITA TUCKER .
QAVARY ELIZABETH ATOR
AY. W. C. A.
. . President 'MARY JO CHEEK .
. Vice-President ALMA DUBOSE . A
MARY JO CHEEK
WILMA HEARN A
MARY LEE JOHNSON
VERNA LOU ROARK
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A ,Q Al Reynolds
1 'f' 5 Cole
55 -vi 6 Hollabaugh
Q w-' Jeter
A gh ,Q 3- ls Parker
'MM 4' T Stephens
CLYDE MCGINNIS . . Edxmr
. . . . Bxmrzcsx Mhmzgcr
WAIQREN FUNSTON . Axxociarc Edirur
GENEN'A DUNN . flmrciaff Eu'ifur
Ons MCKEIiHAN . . Sporty Ijrlirur
ROBERT SEXY'EI,.I,. . . . . .
. . Aevsivlmzt Spurlv Ifrfitm'
EUGENE ROWDEN, T. I.. Color.,
FRANCIS REYNo1-ns . . .
AA'A'iffclIIl,f tu ls!lK'i7IL'U' ,Wlrzilrllqur
av- IMA FM' l'lIXSON
MCGINNIS ffldfxlefx Yummy
.ins Iv:-furc thu Cllllalmns vauillunr
RK .T E CH
ARKANSAS POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE h
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- Number 'lr
Unscored On Wonder Bo s
Battle Defending Champ
ln llqmecollling Classic
Tod! bl-ill One of Four
UIDQIVI on College Trams
ln Nalin: Outstanding
Sth Pllyen to be in Came
unc: cnown utrscrso
Oates!! of Game to Have
Important Baring on Sure
Arkuuu Tech Wonder Boys po
inlo Lrur homecoming gan-lr Fridny
ugh: qminst the Clumpwn Arlan-
liu Stale Teachers' Benn an one of
the four remaining eollrze football
mm over me entire nation thu.
have not been scored upon so far
According to ul Asocuitcd Pres
rrlene a week sro. clevrn turns
were left to compose :i lisl of
mxghly defensiw squnda that had
not permitted :ln oliponcnl lo cross-
thl-ir goal Ulu season, Arlunws Tech
bein: one of ihcsc' lclmn llovrc-vt'r.
th! pat wet-k's football results han'
diminuhcd mis hal to only sin'
trams with this fine rzzord.
Thr four lt-:ms still li-fl in the
'nee for the honor or main: nu
wznln rcorrfi against them nrr Arli-
lnsas Tech, ll:lrdln-Simmons, Wrist-
'fvi K-4ri'w:"y sw- 'runnin-r.. nnii
snnmnni mifnnnr. 'rrnnrn--r, cnpn
clmlrnn. Ulcnl and sux vinyo,
Hardin-Simmons h4'nn vp.-n dau'
'-if :mi week, but ani of inn, ,unit-5
Nina have mulcd n mul of IIU
Winn ui nothing lar lhelr fqbon-
cms, 'ma i-.nu nm-nna Gini fin
Kllnei played and UZ polntl West-
ml Kentucky Slate 'fuchus come
third with five frames and R2 polnu.
'bile Southeast Mixauri Tenchi-lm
tome fourth with 7l points out of
'WY rum plnyea in far ini, year.
'ri-.-lf- homecoming npponnni rm
'bm' vp -.ll -ini an offensive re
Wfd- Morin: ws points nni of four
:uw la rnnli nur inf -'innf' lor
'-he hiebw number of wind mi-nd
W My undzfuud umm in the rui-
UOII However, Coach Woodsorfp
Bars have hgd the-ir goal crossed
Uiil susan by us opponent.
Being I Junior College, Tech is
forced to use pndiully l new line
'P lfdlrln the Burn thu season,
'hilt Sl-lie Teuhzrs will enter the
time Friday nixht with about the
Ilme line-up I-hat beat Tech ln lul
I-I-wn'n l.ilL Mining from the Behr
lllwv -in he wo less All-sate
Dirfurnlen, James Ahlf, end, and
Herbert Ball, center. along with
Guard Odis nur. and Qunmrliuli
T::h'n ouutanding pllyen of laat
Yu! Ire also musing which included
Tulle Fred Croom, All-Suhr End
H-lYl'lrd Snlord, ard All-Slntr Full
bark Alvin Davin, Qnnmrlmk Ri-n
wilson and other regulars in both
lhe line and backfield,
Wrnr game will nmnnl innny or
formalities outnundlnz zrldlron per-
lfra. and likely will feature n
panting- duel betweun Captain llny-
mond Bumett, the Tffnchum' alla
me linlrlinrk, and Cunffaptain
in 'fl' llazev, wnnalionnl Tear-.nrlnl
mllnlh lt-ami. tional a vluinllrr nl'
ff nur bricks in nflfiillnn in llirir
glrmz Sues which includi- "Pi-nnnv'
CTATJH. Coninlimln "nn" Tnllivrr,
Lmuzfzfr. llrrllnri Hridrcx, and
'run hall-Chcrtly udwlwmi m 'im
Howard Momylvlz crnnrnnnl, wlillr
,mp M th ':'m'YY and lzlrn Bflld-
md dn 2 caclwrrare llfith Lid,
new l:'K0""1H men in n llrolfcn
umngd 'vu Montgomery who nc-
dmmql or two Turht-rs lnurh-
- llln1iTech lnsl. wamn, hath
icnnlinnna tn Epi-337 in
TF-CH Wt. Poo. TEACHERS Wt.
COWNE .,.... 215 ...... -......LT , -..TURNER 180
zulaslz 165. ...,,. LE ..,. .HOLMAN zoa
PEARCE 1800.-- ..-.-LG. , ,,,, WOODFORD 130
GATTIN ...., 190 ,,... .. .-.C .... MILLS ...-. ,, 175
BURNS ..,.,... iso .....,. ..., R u . ...WILLIAMS lso
BYNUM .... -,, iso .... ...... R T . .HCONTI ,..,., ,, 208
LAUA ,, 185 .... ..RE, . ,.,SMlTH 173
TOLLIVER . iss .... -..UQ . ilonrcollsm' 141
HACER , ., 165,.,, ,..,.Ll-l . BALDRIDGE i, 182
snlilon iss.- ..-Rl-l ., BURNETT 182
HICEEY . .170 .. .. ,... F. . ., .BLACK . .. 160
Sophs May Get
Class Rings Before '
Clan Members Urged to Place
Orders This Weeltg Commit-
tee Adopts New ,Design
For the Knit lzlvlv ln Q':v:l.il yours,
Tvcll Sophomorcs arc' offered th- t
opportunity ol gettin: cliff rings l-i
.lccominpt to nn unliuunc--l
President John Cowie.
Pr:-1idn-nt Co-'nu nppivllilcd li com-
mittee hm wevk to meet :i represen-
tative of n jewelry company lo selvct
n ring and ninln- nrrnngnnirnin rin-
ordering. The Ting' design 'ls nlau
ear as the
entirely different this y
college emblem will not nnpnnr on
the jewelry The design may be
mn ul the Pnlace Drug store
Anuthcr ouianndlng feature of the
:irrangemrnu made by the cornmittue
is Lhc handling of the ring order, All
their ordern with'
students will ph-ce
ll C. Carpenter, local jeweler, and
the rings will be shipped to him
Studrnu may pay for the ring, and
ren.-ive them u soon u they arrive
ll members of the cluw have paid
helen the rings are distributed.
All who wish Lo get rings before
he vacation an urged tu place an
rdcr this week, according to Mr.
Carpenter. He indicated, however,
that another order might be made
lnter in the yznr. F
Mc-mben of Lhe committee were
President Cowne, Jerry Burns, Janis
Fulmer, Mary Elizabeth Ragluld.
and will not be forced to
Janice Thuker, Dick llunnicutv., and
MARIE WYS5 HEADS
Malia Wyss, Ilussellvlllu, wah elect
ed nr.-.iarnl or ine Schuolmnsts-rk
lbaundtablc Thursday night. Other
officers elected are: Glvn Hivkvy,
viwprenidrnl, Mnry slnrnn, ,errn-
tgiry: and Alma Dulionc, lreasurrr,
'Thu program lol Thursday night
lncluflud musical numbers by Miss
ww nnrl ul..-vin cnx nnrl vinci
Liflnul dlncurrions by Alma DuBosu
:mil Lucille Amlcriaon.
4 Th., nn-rnliliriliin of i.niir-iminlrly
luv'-my li about thi- nanle li- that of
'Intl r-muatur. -
TECH BAPTIST STUDENT
i UNION REORCANIZED
Thr' Tech USU was rt-clrlgflnizrfd
i,.n,i.-rllny 4-vr-ning in inn rnnriinn cf
renin. l rllnll,-nln lnfnring ine possibi
lilies and advantages of ii local or
lgnniznlinn dwcllssuzl by Dr Maxfivlf
lljarrol., Bnnzini rnlnimr 0
Robert Parker, lreshmlm flon
Plummerville. was vlecled pru-llulurl
of the reorganized club.
Tech Holds Wide
Edge Over Bears
In Former Games
he ml. winrllr suis been .1 renl
ll by slnl. ixnclnr. collrgt Tho
nnni. played their lil-ri gnina in
uw and 'mil inn lnrii- larsl gifnn
il tht' near. in ms ily ii score of
: ll, 2. 'mic ranchers were nlsr, vie.
Only mace in rillnnn games have
L , .. . . , .
nrini, inn ycgr, anfenling 'mn 19
0 ll. '
'l'li: .num fur nnsl 1'mi.'rracni-rr
T0 IHGH omni
IN AT'L ll, ll.
Recently,Chosen Star I-'armgr
0f'Al-knnuu Elected Third
Vine President of Nationgl
Officer Expfcled to Visit F. F.
A- Orggmzntiom in Elevgn
Slnles in South
For :hr second time in three years
Teri. student was nnrnna to n
sh cflice in the National Future
F9111-an uf Amerlnn nrgn ization
when Eugene Warren, recentgl chan.
en Sur Parnier of Arkiinsmi was
elected third vice pnzsldent of the
young: famcl-s at thc close of the
nmnnnl P.F.A. convention in Kansas
City. Andy Fulton, now ii student
at ilir Univrsiiy of Arknns.-lf, held
:he same office in 1935.
.ivni-ren wnn chosen for ine penis'
n over n field of twelve qspirants.
r n candidate nnpcnrna heroin n
cdnlmltlee who examined the aspir-
lql: and who recommended the of-
rirnr to inf convention nl ine fins-
.ln lillinr llir dunes of :lie office
Warren it-ill be expected to vigil alia
lil-in. orgnnizniions in each nr lin-
soazlwrn sinus before the 1938 na-
:lonzil mnvunliun next full. l-le will
lin in iimlilnglun next spnng for n
fnnfrienri- of :lin national officcrsl
ninl ni Riclmiund, Virginia, to nlienill
n nnnrrlion nl in min--nl Fr f.,
lrgdnir. will ininn.iliQ hai alloztud
lvnilrn sic-i for irnwling cxpcnecs
-iii.-ing nit ,iw lle inrlnnlai- inni
Should rim me nfnir wnvnnlwnnl
lxt ?iiln1rnnr"l:enceriPlinlwi', 'lfliiifdal
was elected presiafnl nn.i Lnivell
Bland, color-nan, mrnuiry Fouri
lU2U-Toth lu, 'learners ll,
lil!!-Tech ov, Tenciim 0
luzz-Torn so, Teachers 0
lwa--'rrcli 25, Trainers 0.
luzs-Tren 2l, 'rfncnm 0.
luzc-nah 27, 'ranchers s
lim-Tren 12, 'ranchers o.
luzzs-Tenn 1, Teacher? o
ivan.-'rncli 2, 'rennlirrn :J
litfil-Tech 47, 'ranchers 7
lslz-'mn 26, 'reminrs o.
151:14-Tech za, Tnnrnm 0.
was-Tech 39, Teachers 0
lszlo-'hai ls, 'rwcbnrn 19.
lsal-Tern 11, 'lk-miers 71,
viri- inefiarnlg were chosen, one for'
unch of four regions in the United
The convzntiun in session lust
vsrfck N115 the lt'nY.h and U19 largest
of the national organization, accord-
ing to Warren, who returned to the
'campus Sntuday. Delegates were
present fi-ern 47 slate, and the ici--
ritary of Hawaii. An estimated
crowd of 8,000 F,F A. melnbcs al.-
tended the convention and the Amer-
lcan Royal livestock show
"Y" Official Visits
Wins For Pep ame
Toni w Curry Jr., regional direc-
tor of the Y lvl, c. A., visiiea ine
"Wonder Peppers" is thu name
chosen for the new pep squad. M-
cording to results of the student elcc
tion held early this week. The name
rm nnggrmd by Avery sninn.
Students were asked Lo subml!
inning, for the cheering group ini:
weak and the entire student body
voted on air nnninn nuzsemd- N'-
Shinn will receive A one dollar prize
for the name, according to RaselYT'
Priest, president of the club.
YWCA PLANS SERIES
OF YOUTH PROGRAMS
"Youth and Creative Living" li
Mau: is the subject being studltrl by
the YWCA in the clubs weekly mein.
ings. The meeting Tuesday evening
heard "Culture for My Inner lffesl
snlll' discussed by Estelle llnriin:
Hlwrsnnalily and creniivr Thinking",
by Lorena Owens, nnll "lily Plrflgr
to Myself" hy Marion Linton. The
lzlliln rlnaing was given by Gladys
f,.,,,,, ,mi un- nrnyrr by lllrs. N, lf.
The YWCA now lm n rneinlicinlllll
if :ls unll ilu- urganiznliun meets
.nnli 'ruwlny evening in llin Liiiln
TURRENTINE HEADS ROTARY
nnnn li. lt. Turrcntinc was cinn-
rl nrrnlarni of the lncnl ltninrinn
' n meetlnlt in the city hall Thurs-
iiy. Mr. Tnm-niine has been
n-inln-r of -lin nnmry for NM
nd lil- been vice-president
Tech campus Thursday, ln nn effort
to interest students in nttcndlng the
Natinnal Assembly of Student Chua-
tian Associations. The meeting will
be held in Oxford, Ohio, December
27 Lo January 1, and will be attend-
ed by some 2,000 sludenls from ooo
collegealand universities. Tech ia
entidnd ur four student delegates
and two faculty representatives.
Mr. Curry wu entertained at a
late afternoon tea given by Mia.
Couledgc and the Y M. C. A. and
Y W C A cabinet members
PRE-LAW5 WILL STUDY
HIGH COURT DECISIONS
lllnnil-ers of :lie Pre-Law club will
study important dccisio
snin-nrnn wnrl ni n rlnli nailing,
according to Dick lrlnnniinll, pinni-
dvnl. The members will bc nsfiunnfl
ns of the
inn decisions to Sindy ni nie nexl
moi-ting: and will rnnic inn reports
,mf in inn year, llnnnlrnli announ
'mn United States cornrninrni
dn:-1, laugh: by Henry Hlldf-Ill.
sn.in.nr or lhc Pre.l.nw Club' will
nlrn .lilly Quinn nr inc iniimrznni
ww nssiimcil. b
The club will ininnirnin nnin ln-
're-nionrry :ind uin rrr-:lui Clu
in -iccoratinly the physical educntluli
Tech Celebrates Ho ecominglir ildy
FESTIVITIES CHEDULED T0 OPE
EARLY Tllllllslllll will CHAPEL
PROGRAM MANY Allllvllil EXPECTH
Night Game and Sport Dance to be New Feat-
Wes of Afmual Event! Former Students to
Direct Mammoth Pep ,Rally
I Final plans for one of the most s ectacul '
m Tech lm-f0l".V were completed yestgrdny zxrilzl ljlsemgzzgiliiliiig
are achaduled to start Thursday morning with :l chapel pro.
gram directed by former students.
Tech Downs Sooner
Eleven For Fifth
Victory of Season
Wander Boy: Defeat Heavier
Oklahoma City Univenity
7 to 0 to Keep Record Clean
Battling a much heavier squad,
ine Wonder Boys once more upset
rin- anne cnn Friday night. when
they lima out me olunhonin City
Univvrsity Guldbngs 7-0 on the
'rlw Goldbugsfholding Baylor to
an .inly rnodfrnin victory earlier in
the gear, was the rimi lnnrn ni gn
down .without :i score LL-fore the
Tech onslaught this season, placing
Ihc Wonder Team as one of the loss
'han 'Ml :quads in thc nation with
:rimless rt-cords. -
Tech scored its touchdown early
in in-i lil-at qudrtur keepin-5 ine ni:-
lluilon vrll in hand -luring the re-
niaillder al' tllc half, and stop-pad the
aerial attack of the determined Ruzr
in the third and fourth ziuvrtr-r.
Vinyl Zwlsvn. end. druiover from,
the eighteen yard line on an end-
around play after a poor Oklahoma
kick had put the Tech eleven in
Clll-'k Beaver, whose long well-
placuil punts gave the Bugs trullbl:
all night, kicked 53 yards, the bail
rolling auf nr bounds nn :lin Bug
live-yarn linc. V
The University Attaempicd two
play: before Nobles dropped brick to
kick. Rushed hard by Firmzin Bynum
Tech guard who spent most of the
nlglll in the O.C.U. backfield, Noble
barely got. his kick off and the ball
went out of bounds on the Bug IB,
from where Zuber made his run.
Herbert. Bridges kicked from
placement successfully an-1 the
zcoing was over for the night, al-
thougn it looked continually as if
th: Sooner squad would pound its
way across in the second half.
The Oklahoma squad went into
n nprnnfl formation in inc fourth
quarter that saw them nuke most
of'!.heir gains. Oarmuclf. 0.C.U.
substitute, engineered the drive mal
bmughz the lang! inin Tech wrri-
mry init, Bynum nlngnlilhnnr .ln-
lunfivc play and the pass intclccll'
lionf of Beaver halted every attempt
lo score, The Bugs had driven to the
Tech clghlfyard llne when the linnl
gun ended the grime.
Both teams fought. hard during thc
entire game, drawing repcaud pen:
allies, six setting the Wonder Boys
back 80 yards, and four coat the
Goldbugs so yards.
Beaver punted four times, avenu-
ing 47 yards, keeping inn Butt?
down the field 27 yards.
The Oklahoma team ran entirely
from their single wing-back forma-
tion during the lim half, lloldimi
e last half. .lack
the sprund until th
Rcvqls, injured quarterback, onine
Iinlo llie struggle in the second quar
ver to do what little threatening inn
0. C. U. illd in the first half.
Holding penalties shopped inf
lvonillir Team on two nilenipzs when
uffiixzls, n-hu Q.-lrried the ball inim-
:linn nlilinr lenrn, slw ,
l,i-:inn linger, grimy little back who
'ini I-'los-: for one of me lnnnesl
v-uns of ine nay, SUPP0
20 nller n sprint of 35 ynfilsi WHS
nie in inn fourth
d to the Bug
1951 from lil!! gh
quarter for knceinli Hvyr BUND-
S building for Homwmmg' University lnllbnclt. on n num ff'
, during the laat two lerrna. He sun- ,,,,.,,- 3
was Charles Evans as im
lContinued to Parr 33
The Homecoming program uri,
enr will boast two entirely new lea
ures, ia night football game and A
A record crowd is expecled Lo nl-
end the all important Tech-Teacher:
game I-'riday night. Tickets
time were placed on sale
morning and Tech officials
peciirg n complete sell-out. Bm,
'renrlinrs ling sclindnlod n special
train from Conway for me night.
P., Rally nnria.,
The Alumni Association wiu con-
tinue nn- in-ngrnin Thursday niglir
wiiil n nlnrnnwili pep rally and bon-
fire nn the Tech field. Immediately
following the bnnfire, 'mn menu
will forni a pninrnn parm. .nd
rnni-nli downtown. No other pamde
will be fenlnrna on me ni-ng.-nn.
ns inn band and one linnery of the
inlinnnl gnnill n-ill attend the Yen
wnnly rnn- al Danville Finlay.
Onan inning in :ill Tech lniilllingn
will be 0b::l've-l from 6 In 7-30
bei'-re the game giving former stud-
ent.: and visitors an opportunity to
we the 'reall lnlnrnvnnicnli and inf
api-l-L iht- canipus. - ..
Siurzly before the grime the Home
coming sponsor, lllniy Eliznzmn lang-
and,'will be presented with flowers
from the Tech team captain. The
sponsor and nllellinnts, Jimis Fuln
mer, Janice Tharker, Pallic BQSI,
Lurbne Payne, Polly Miller, and Ted
Dunno Jones will occupy a special
lnix throughout the game.
Sport Danze .
Tlin sport dance and social will
be held in the nrrnnry immediately
after the game. All alumni are urged
to attend the dance and register in
the armory. Entertainments are plln
ned for all who do nol. wish to
flnnfn. A program presented by lnrrn
cr students and directed by Paul
Schultz will also be featured at the
dance. No admission will be charged
The various clubs on the campus
rate the Tech building!
or the day, Prizes of seven, three
nd one hall, and two dollars will be
with Lhe most
ttrnctively decorated buildings.
MASQUER5 GIVE PLAY
AT NIGHT CHAPEL
Tlin Mnsqum will give inn plny,
"A Marriage Propoa.al", by Clieoii
nt -in assembly program in the
armory Tuesday night, November
lu, The play will be giben under
the diluction of Miss Music ilponwr
awarded the clubs
of lin- Masquers Club.
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FRANCIS REYNOLDS, Plvotograplyer
ROBERT SEWELL . Sports Editor
BETTY TINDALL . . Classes
CLARA YOUNG . Associate Editor
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NORMAN CASEY . Organizations
J. G. COOPER . Assjt. Bus. Mgr,
IMA PAY HIXON . . .Humor
HARRY JETER . Assistant Sports
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C. A. HUGHES . - - - gpomor
C. VV. C. AULSBURY ' Pwfsor
EARL MAXWELL - ' Prmldent
JAMES ROBERTS V'f"'P'mdCnt
ALWIN MILLER Sffretary
OREL OTWELL Tffdffffef
VERLIS ROSE . - RCPOTM
G. W. BOYD . llidffh D08
EUGENE WARREN . . . . . . - AU'1'iff'T
E. J. Briggs
G. W. Boyd
J. G. Cooper
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K. Bl. Strcetci'
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The campus F. F. A. chapter, with a membership of 62 is' the largest and one
of the most active organizations on the campus. The chapter was founded in 1930
and was the first collegiate chapter formed in America. It is an affiliated chapter
Whose main objective is to offer F. F. A. training to, future Smith-Hughes teachers
and other agricultural leaders. -
l F. F. A. as-
The chapter is fortunate in having a vice-president of the nationa
sociation and two American Farmers among its members. The members are a so
proud of the fact that they nominated the winning candidate for campus queen.
E BRIGGS .
VIRGIL TURNER .
lma Fay HiXOI1
Nlartha D. Smith
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. PTC.flC'l,C71f MARY E, CRAAXfl-fNS , , bccrvtam IUICIHC
. Vice-President Svmi, CLARK . . . . . Rfpmter
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The Dining Hall Club has been one of the most outstanding clubs on the carn-
pus. It is composed of students who are or have been employed inthe Tech dining
hall. In their positions they come in contact with four-fifths of the student body
and, because of their willingness and patience with the students they serve, they have
made lasting friendships. Because of their positions the club members know and
are known by more students than any other persons on the campus.
I 193 AGRICULA
BILL SHORT .
BILL PATTON .
N 'nz'nr.1I'x- I r ' "1l7'N7'
CLYDE R. NICHOLS . .... , A , Spuumr
MRS. CLYDE R. NICHOLS A. S. Tuumufn I I, XY, U11-NN
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E WALDON WILSON
ROBERT L. WINTERS
D. F. CAMPBELL R
OBERT YOUNG '
ER G. A. GIBSON
GOVER JUNE NELSON
PAUL PATTISON WAYNE SMILEY -
JOHN RANDOLPH CHARLES TUCKER
GEORGE STATON ROBERT COWNE
RODERICK RUTI-IVEN MARVIN CRUMP
CARL WESTPHAL B. CUMNOCK
LAWRENCE MARTIN ORIN GIBSON
I-IAYS POOL , RAGON KINNEY
Since its organization in 1928, the Engineers Club has been one of the most
socially active clubs on the Tech campus.
In connection with the annual Engineers Day, March 17, the club gives a
dance for the student body as a culmination of its year's activities. These dances
are well known for their exceptional decorations as well as superior entertainment
,Discussion of engineering achievements in the modern world feature the bi-
monthly meetings held at the home of the sponsor. These gatherings will probably
linger in the memories of the club members long after many of their other activities
A grade average of "C" is required of any candidate for membership to the
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First Semester Second Semester
JOE CASKEY . .... . President G. COOPER . . . . Presfdenf
J. G. COOPER . . Vice-President CLYDE WILKERSON .... Vice-PreS1l1'ff1f
JANICE FALLS . . Treasurer MARY ELIZABETH RAGLANU . . Secretafy
EMILY JURNEY . . Secretary JUANITA MASSIE .... . Treasurer'
CHARLES R. ASHMORE
JOHN KELLY COOK
J. G. COOPER
T. L. COLE
IMA FAY I-IIxON
LILLIAN NIASSII-T, Spwmw J
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OTI-IY CAMPBELL HELEN JANE ROGERS CLYDE WILKERSON
JUANITA MASSIE MARIAN SIMS ROBERT RILEY
ELYDE BINZICGINNIS JANICE THACKER ROBERT SEWELL
L Y ELI-ER BETTY TINDALL I-IQWARD PEARCE
ORENE AYNE LOUIS TOLLIVER ALICE MORAN
MARY ELIZABETH RAGLAND FRANCES WATSON
During the 1937-38 school year, the Masquers presented three plays:
"The Marriage Proposal", by Anton Chekov, was given as an assembly pro-
gram with Clyde McGinnis, Jeanice Falls, and Charles Raymond Ashmore in the
"L k Wh ' Here", by Charles George, was presented before a large
oo O S
with a cast consisting of Clyde Wilkerson, Mary Elizabeth Ragland, T. L. Cole,
R emar Jordan, and
Pallie Best, Juanita Adams, Janice Thacker, Keith Evans, os y
b R b t St Clair was the last presentation with a cast
"The Green Light", y O er . ,
including Jeanice Falls, G. Cooper, Ima Fay Hixon, Clyde Wilkerson, Juanita
Massie, Dale DeKoster, Betty Tindall, Howard Pearce, and Helen Jane Rogers.
K For the last play T. L. Cole acted as stage mana,qerJ.
TH 1938 QRICIILA,
MEDA JANE CRAIG JACK HUDSON
MARY JO CI-IEEK
' Membership is limited to Z5 with a grade of 4
"Bn in history. The club sponsors the school mu-
seum, and kept it open at regular periods. Two
delegates were sent to the Southwestern conference
of international relations clubs at San Antonio, Texas.
It ranks highest in scholarship and received first
prize for che best assembly program of the year.
CECIL KING . . . . . President
JEANETTE LEONARD . . Vice-Prexident
CLARA YOUNG . . . Secretary
CHARLES OLDI-IAM . . . . Treasurer
NORMAN CASEY . Parliamentarian
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WYLIE BEEBY WILBURN HAMILTON CECIL PARKERSON
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T. L. COLE
The club, composed of students planning to
enter medicine, dentistry, or nursing met bi-mOnth-
ly on Wednesday nights. They sponsored a visit to
GUY' V. MCCLESKEY
ELIZABETH ANN OWEN
the medical school at Little Rock in the fall. The
club was addressed at the meetings by Russellville
HENRY I-IALBERT . President fFirst Sem.,
GRLIE PARKER . . President fSecond Sem.,
WYLIE BEEBY ..... Vice-President
FINDLAY FLATTER . . . Tredsicrer
DR. R. L. SMITH . . . . Sponsor
E. S. TOMLINSON .
W. O. TIBBELS
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G. R. TURRENTINE
O. E. SEEMAN
. . . President JOE HARDIN
. . Vice-President DAVE I-IEARELL
JAMES RAY . Secretary-T1easurcr SIMPSON HOI-LABAUGH
G. W. BOYD
EARL CAMP '
TTE EARL MAXXYfEI-l,
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N, F. COOLEDGE
GUY V. IVICCLESKEY
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ALICE IVIORAN . .
JOI-IN MCRAE . . .
LESTER STOEHR . .
MARIAN LINTON .
ORPHA CAUDLE . .
WARREN FUNSTON .
AL GENE JORDAN .
CARL WESTPHAL .
IRVIN LANGSTON .
J. C. DYSON . .
PAUL RAY COOPER .
GUY MCCLESKEY .
CECIL KING . . .
The band appeared at
home football and bas-
ketball games and at some games away from
home. They also made appearance a
c the Yell
'Our "All-State" Drum Major
THE 193 IGIIICIII
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MARTHA DELL SMITH . . Piano
JOI-IN MCRAE . . Third Sax
LESTER STOEI-IR . . First Sax
MONTGOMERY GOVER . Second Sax
CECIL KING . . Trombone
PAUL RAY COOPER
AL GENE JORDAN
JAMES FLAKE ,
FERN IVICFERRIN .
, . Bass Horn
. . . SoIoi5t
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AVA ANDERSON Boro .
ORPHA CAUDLE . .
MARY Jo Ci-:EEK .
Patty Ruth Arnold
. . President JUANITA MASSIE . , Treasure,
. Vice-President RUTH BAKER . . . . Reporter
. . Secretary LORENA VARDAMAN . , Historian
Mrs. N. F. Cooledge
Mary Jo Cheek
Myra Jane Stewart
Gladine Shinn '
Selma Elizabeth I-Iarkey
' Mary Lee Johnson
Ava Anderson Boyd Avis Duvall
I-elf! ,lane Bryan Janis Fulmer Bessie Parker Maurine Waits
Ofplfa Caudle Anna Fulton Rosalyn Priest Ina Webb
Ovaline Coffman Lera Van Harmon Helen Jane Rogers Lorena Vardaman
S, The Home Economics Club, composed entirely of stuclents in that department, was organized in 1927 and
mce then has played an important part in campus affairs. For the past two years the campus queen has been
a member of the club.
I30y's GIQQ Club
IIE ISI3 AGRICIILA
JOHN KELLEY COOK
J. JG. COOPER
PAUL SHULTZJ .
GREER LINGLE I
R. B. MALLETT
CHARLES R GLDHAM
O. E. SEEMAN
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PAUL SHULTZ . . . Director
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IMA FAY HIXON
ELIZABETH ANN OWEN
MARY ELIZABETH RAGLAND
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WOODROW ALLISON, Master
ANNA BLACKWELL, Pomona
G. W. BOYD
ROSANNE FRALEIGH, Ass't. Steward
ANNA FULTON, Treasurer
HUGHES, TOMLINSON, HULL, Sponsors
MAUD HUDSON, Ceres
ALFRED MARTIN, Gate-Keeper
EARL MAXWELL, Steward
ALWIN MILLER, Secretary
GREL OTWELL, Chaplain
JAMES RAY, Overseer
lAMEs ROBERTS, Assislant Slcwarfl
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Volume 0 Russellville, Arkansas, Tuesday, February 30
1938 Number l
Techsters Win But
Are Defeeated By
Conway State Normal
A hard fought gridiron battle was
won by Tech last week when Conway
State Normal school defeated the
Wonder Boys by knocking a home
run for six points in the last inning.
Zube on his end play gained nine
and one-half inches after a hard run
across the long diamond. He was
tackled near the net by "Rabbit"
Burnett who already had three fouls
to his credit and who later in the
game struck ount. '
When Beavers kicked over the
C. S. N. S. goal post the game was
almost cinched. After the Normals
replaced their goal, "Rabbit" kicked
a foul which was interescepted by
Hager who gave the pill to Bridges
to run 25 yards northward for a
'touchdown which gave the 12000
spectators a thrill of their life.
Trailing 3-0 at the half, the Nor-
mals scored a touchdown for a 7-3
lead. Tech tallied to make another
seven points, but was ruined in the
last half-second when they were held
about three inches-from the Normal's
goal line. And Elid we have fun?
just ask Hickey.
FUNSTEN WILL '
DETERMINE WHO WHO'S
W. Will Funsten wished to an-
nounce that he will determine "Who
Who's" next week in his pulmugated
Chatter Column. If you are listed,
- YOU are a good friend of Funsten.
For Sale: One powerful high class
Ford to anyone in need of a good
Parking place fthat is, if you can get
if started in order to parkj. For
more information as to conditions
SUCII as privacy and eetc., see joe
uBHby" Raskey and Dick Hunicut-
Spring Holidays Begin
On Juvember 14
Spring holidays will begin after
classes are skipped Thursday after-
110011, Juvember 14, and will continue
next Tuesday morning at 7:33 and
one-fourth o'clock fbefore daylightj.
The chilli dump will remain open
according to Mr. Slatterpasture.
Advice To Techsters
In promulgating your esoteric cogi-
tations, or articulating your super-
ficial sentimentalities and amicable,
philosophical or psycological observa-
tions, beware of platitudinous ponder-
osity. Let your conversational com-
munications possess a clarified con-
ciceness, a compacted comprehensible-
ness, colescent consistency, and a
concatenated cogency. Eschew all
conglomerations of flatulent garru-
lity, jejune bablement, and asinine af-
fections. Let your extemporaneous
descan-tings and unpremditated expla-
tiations have intelligibility and vera-
cious vivacity, without rhodemomon-
tade or thrasonical bombast. Sedu-
lously avoid all polysyllabic profun-
dity, pompous prolixity, psittaceous
vacuity, ventriloquial verbosity and
vaniloquent vapidity. Shun double-
entendres, prurient jecosity, and pesti-
ferous profanity, obscurant or appar-
ent. In other words, talk plainly,
briefly, naturally, sensibly, truthfully,
purely. Keep from slang, don't put
on airs, say what you mean, mean
what you say. And, above all, don't
use big words!--By no one in par-
jane Steward still insists that she
is going to read "How to Win
Friends and Influence People", how-
ever, at the present she is more interi
ested in a new hope to be HOVC
entitled "You Too Can Have a Date
CUACH R U C K E R
Much excitement dominated in the
boy's dormitory last Thursday when
Dean Rucker found 12 bottles of
whiskey in Joe Raskey's room. Coach
ordered the essence to be poured in
the commode. A
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED:
Joe pulled the cork from the first
bottle and poured the contents into
the commode, with the exception of
one glass, which uGoat" Eddards
Joe extracted the cork from the
second bottle and did likewise, with
the exception of one glass which he
Joe then withdrew the cork from
the fourth bottle and emptied the
good old booze into the commode,
except one glass which he drank.
Joe pulled the cork from the
fourth bottle and poured the con-
tents into the glass which he drank.
He pulled one bottle from the cork
of the next drink and drank one
commode out of it. Then he poured
the next down the glass. Joe pulled
the com-mode out of the next glass,
and poured the cork down the bot-
tle. He pulled the next cork out of
coaches' throat and poured the com-
mode down the bottle, then drank
Then Joe corked the sink with the
glass, bottled the drink and drank
the pour. When Joe had everything
emptied he steadied the house with
one hand, counted the hott es an
corks, which added up to 29.
To be sure, he counted them again
as they marched by. This time he
had one thousand, six hundred and
sisty-six, by number. As the house
came by, he counted them the third
time and finally he had all the houses,
bottles, corks, and glasses except one
house, one boy, one, bottle, and one
which he drank. It was
all coach's fault.
THE IRKA TACK Campus Chatter Sensible People
Published Weakly by Students of
ARKANSAS COW COLLEGE
ciyae Mccsinry' e...... e..-- E diwf
Bruce Cobbler -- Business Manager
Reporters: Betty Stolet, Willie Flun-
kett, Polk Adot, Ditty Ketchum.
Liston Bagerr, all-state hold back
on the Wonder Boys football team
last fall, will attempt to meet classes
at Conway State Normal School for
the next seven or eight years of his
college career. He arrived in Con-
way for his first time February 1,
met all the co-eds the same night and
enrolled between times. Bager, sixty-
five pounder, hails from Battysville,
has meant to meet classes for three
years at Tech. Dubbed the "Flying
Dutchman" Bagerr was a fast: even
at carrying the ball.
Betty Mindall, a student, is spend-
ing a week end at Tech for the first
time in two years.
Janis Hulmer states emphatically
that the Shadow is childish and she
has decided to show them how it is
done by announcing her position as
reviser and general critic.
Hunnicutt: "Who was that lady I
saw you with last night?"
Cooper: "That was no lady. That
was my room mate-he just walks
Do you know that long shirts are
They cover a lot of old familiar
Adams and Free are in the market
for a new sponsor for next fall. Place
your application early to avoid the
fall rush. For references as to abil-
ity consult Ragland.
A brilliant sophomore stated re-
cently that the poor little girls of Car-
away Hall reminded him of apart-
ment house pets They re taken out
so seldom, and then its only for a
walk around the ca-mpus
Dorothy Pattison: "I don't like
handsome men: they are usually dis-
Norman Casey: "Oh, I don't
know. I always try to be pleasant."
Once in awhile you see a young
college man coming home from a
date with a school girl complexion
on his coat lapel.
It is rumored that a worm is a
caterpiller who played strip poker.
If a fella tries to kiss a woman and
gets away with it he's a man: if he
tries and doesn't get away with it,
he's a brute, if he doesn,t dry, but
would get away with it if he did try,
he's a coward, but if he doesn't try
and would have got away with it, if
he had tried, he7s wise.
The following were admitted to
the college Infirmary, Ima Faye Hix-
son, Ima Faye Hixson, Ima Faye Hix-
son and Ima Faye Hixson.
Howard Lakely, prohabitionist of
Tech, plans a tour of Arkansas, lec-
turing on "The Evil Effects of Al-
Editor Clyde McGinty has de-
nounced his intentions of attending
the U. of A. for another year at
Tech. Incidentally, Margie McDan-
iel also plans another year at Tech.
Open House: Paul Carpentry, Rob
Biley, DOC Dibbels, and Keith Evans
have announced the arrival of their
new machinery for preparing the new
concoction called 'fPurple Passionv.
Please patronize your own college pro-
The bride Rosanne Raleigh limp,
ed meekly up the aisle on the arm of
her father who was wheeled in his
armchair by three of his great grand.
clvildren She was arrayed in white
and carried a boquet of white rose.
buds. Her hair, though grey, was
bobbed and she smiled and nodded ro
The groom, Otis McKee, was able
to walk unaided with the assistance
of two handsome mahogany crutches.
His head was bald, his false teeth
chattered a little nervously.
They were a couple who had waited
until they could really afford to get
"Onion Head" Dinton is looking
forward to newer and better looking
girls next fall. If such should ap-
pear on Tech's campus, please notify
Dinton in his office, the college mu-
Found: One broken heart, easily
repaired. Some Yankee who had a
bad case of S. A., may have same by
offering reward.-J. Masse.
Stop and Swap with Brakefield:
Hairless Joe: "Let's cut classes
today and go to the show".
Goat Edwards: "Can't do if, Half'
less. I need the sleep."
Dedicated to all of them:
A kiss, a sigh
A fond good-bye
And he was gone!
A smile, a wink,
Some other guy-
And so the world moves OH!
Even his best friend wouldn't .l19lP
him-so he flunked the examinations.
Emily Jurney: "Say, if'S Past mid-
night. Do you think you can stay
here all nightiw ,
Charles Raymond: .MGSSIB IH
have to phone mother first-
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llteading Between The
y Lines Dedicated
5 To Techsters
l "Behave Yourselfv, Marthadelle
5 "What Every Boy and Girl Should
lKn0w',,, Pallie Best and Kieth Evans.
"Neighbor to The Sky", Cecil
"Three Comradesn, Evans, Miller,
1 and Robinson.
t "Of Mice and Men", Jack Hud-
'gon and Hairless Joe.
"Peter Called the Greatv, Veo
1 "Dominant Daughter", Mildred
1 "George Washington", G. W.
"Parade of the Animal Kingdom",
Mt. Ida boys.
"Books for Boys and Girls", Nor-
man Casey and Dorothy Pattison.
"It Can't Happen Here", Cara-
Winning Basketball", DeKoster
and Brotherton. '
"I Was a Sharecropperv, G.
"The Rains Came", King Ganner.
"The Flirt", Janice Thacker.
"Rhythm for the Rain", O. E. See-
"The Farm", Eugene Warren.
"Little Man, What Nown, Pee
"American Beauty", Mary Croom.
"The Road Back", Owners of T
Tubong Remember", B u r n a r d
Hof Time and the River", "Rat".
'Tburageous Companions", Hixson
"We Are Not Alonev, Knight and
N l'Conversation at Midnight", Mary
uRabble Rouser", Charles Cope.
uTl1e Big Money", Sally Terry.
"Rich Man, Poor Man", Clark
l'l'lonor Bright", Gus Cook.
lContinued on Page 1521
BLESSED EVENT TAKES
PLACE IN BOY'S DORM
. Thirty-nine guests attended the
first: birthday party ever given in the
boys' dormitory last Monday, March
28, in Room 218. .
Host Jimmie Blount, the good
samaritan of the dor-mitory, planned
theiparty in honor of Myrtle who
earlier in the evening preyed upon his
Sympathy to win a home, and a warm
place in his tender heart.
The first guest to arrive was Dr.
Jerry Henson, who was sent a special
invitation and urged, by all means, to
'be on time. Next came Charles
Tucker dressed in his exotic, green
checked formal pajamas and aristo-
cratic looking lounging slippers. With
him was Richard Hunnicutt attired
in stylish red and green shorts and
wearing white shoes without strings.
Pershing Turner, the third guest, wore
pongee slacks and glossed N. G.
shoes. Hippo Pearce, who had evi-
dently gone nudist, came unattired.
Dale DeKoster and Dale lSlugJ
Miller were on time, but retired to
their boudoir to redress for the oc-
casion. Francis Reynolds, photograph-
er, and Harry Jeter, reporter, repre-
sented the press very modestly.
Charles Taylor with grace and poise,
ushered guests to their places.
The party began at 9:46 o'clock
when Myrtle, the honored hostess,
gave birth to Charles Richard, a three
ounce boy displaying a beautiful
color scheme. Mid-wife Hunnicutt
seemed to be proud of its name.
Charles Tucker almost exhausted
said, "Ain't he cute" then resumed
his duty as nurse. The party con-
tinued at 10:30 when Pershing Hip
Pearce, a three ounce girl arrived.
James Junior, four ounce boy, ar-
rived at 10:34 o'clock. In less than
an hour later ca-me Dale Jet Daley,
the runt of the family, named for
Dale Miller, Dale DeKoster and an
alert reporter. 1
At 1:30 am. Dr. Henson became
nd retired. Fortunately
Dr, Chesty McClesky was present to
Hippo Pearce has finally given
Ragland the go-by. Nice work Rag-
land while it lasted. Perhaps changing
the name to Jimmie Lee might altar
Tibbles plans a long visit to sky-
line just before finals. Well, can't
blame you if you can study better
there-but the moon, stars, etc. usu-
ally enterfer too much for concentra-
Cox and Mallet have had quiet a
lot of trouble over these week-end
visitors. Oh well, you never did care
for professors did you, Cox?
Nelson sorta put the skids to
Breakfield here laterly. Wonder if
it's the boy or the car, Young.
Campusology a la King is Camp-
bell's and Cope's favorite dish. Ar-
guments seems to be the chief in-
gredient in order to spice it well.
Fuller stepped by the wayside when
a sailor came for a week-end inter-
view with Waits. Can't you take it
Fuller? Or can't you dish it out?
Wonder what would happen to
Betty Tindall if the Big Ben alarm
clock in Bob's car should fail to ring
and she would be late? Bob would
certainly try to help out by using his
persuasive ways with the Dean of
Women. Wouldn't you, Bob?
Something' s wrong somewhere with
Biddle. He has not been seen with
Free for sometime now. Guess Colby
decided to take her back. Tough
Martin has had a hard time with
Stewart's guests. It was like this:
Martin told Payne that he had to
work and after his date failed to
show up, all he had to do was to
whistle like a romeo under Payne's
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take his place and wait patiently wbile
Carrol Gates paced the floor hope-
uThe cat closed her eyes and .purrefl
meekly then rested in peace with ber
family of four kittens. Thus closed
READING BETWEEN TI-IE'
1Continued from Page 1511
"The Last Puritan", Sybil Clark.
"Something of Myself for My
Friends", "Goat" Edwards.
"Meet Yourself as You Really
Are", Charles Taylor.
"Little Women", Margie McDan-
"Little Men", James Biddle.
"Success", Bob Riley.
"We Who Are About To Die",
N. R. A. Students.
1'She Stoops to Conquerv, Becky
"The Rape of the Lockv, Warren
Freshman Parker says the shortest
way to fame and fortune in the boys
dormitory is to get a cake from home.
I. F. I-'Iickerson and I-I. -litters wish
to call your attention to the fact that
this edition of the Irka-Tech is the
.best that they can do so please do
not be too harsh with the criticism.
Members of Sanitation Board
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New Salary Low-down
How much can 'the business man-
agers ofthe Arka-Tick and the Agric-
ola steal under the new salary set up
made by the campus big shots?
The Arka-Tick business manager
is given a one per cent commission on
advertising obtained through interna-
tional advertising obtained through
Chinese services. Figured on the basis
of 52.00 national and 51.00 interna-
tional handled by the paper this year,
the business manager of the paper
would receeive 32M'cents.
The business manager of t h e
Agricola will be allowed a 4 per cent
commission on club pages and the
first ,Z1,000,333,222.00 worth of ads
obtained and two and one-fourth cents
onthe remainder. Under this setup
our present business manager would
receive sixty-two and one-fourth cents.
Attention is called to the fact that
the figures given above are not exact
but the big shots can assure you that
the amount will not exceed these fig-
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window and whisper loudly, "Come
on down, I clidnot have to work after
Scotty hasn't made much progress
with his red-headed gal. She's a high.
tempered soul with a wicked wallop,
Thacker definitely took Hunnicutt
after a debated affair with Blount
and Brown. You would too if De-
Koster'd win a bank night, wouldn'r
Brinkley lets D. Pattison know that
all the boys at Tech rushed herfand
said nice things to her, too. Must
be that Holden shouldn't have dated
Dot. Is that it, Margaret? Well,
Brinkley, Ganner said he didn't even
know your name, let along the extra
Harmon and Gottlieb seem to have
a nice affair started. But wait, New
York's a fur piece away, Harmon.
Editor McGinty, upon returning
from the press convention which no
one realized the significance of, im-
mediately launched a revival cam-
paign. There were no converts so he
baptized himself in the shower.
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THE 193 AGRICIIL
Tum 1938 AGRICIILAI
AN INSTITUTION' FOR THE UPBUILDING
RUSSELLVILLE AND POPE COUNTY
AT THE SERVICE OF THE PUBLIC
AT ALL TIMES
Office Located on the Ground
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ESTABLISHED 1897 E
F EPAL RESERVE '
A. J. Mathews .,,,,..-.-,.,,,,,-,-,-,,-- --,-,-- 4 . ---- Chairman 2
Geo. SQ Neal .... , .,.. -,,, ,-,.-,,, P r esident 2
B. L. Jenkins ...... ........ X fice-President '
Q. M. Reed ....... . ........ ...............,..-..... C a shier E
M. J. Hickey ...... ' .... E ..... ....... A ssistant Cashier .
Genevieve Harmon .....,. ....-..,..... B ookkeeper i
Hervie Hill .................. ....... - .--Bookkeeper 2
Clarence Allison ....,.. - ......... -Bookkeeper 2
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Deposits Insured By 5
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S5000-Maximum Insurance for Each, Depositor-S5000 E
FOR REAL ENJOYMENT EAT
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A ' Ls B. McClure ..... Q ............. Vice-President
E. C. Bradley- .........,,, ,.,.,,,,--.,,-,,M,--,, Cashier ,
C. E. Lemley ........................., Assistant Cashier Z
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THERE'S NOTHING OF AN EARTHLY NATURE
MORE VALUABLE THAN FRIENDSHIP O
Ice refrigeration is the friend of the entire
family. It is an unfailing, unvarying guard-
ian of food, flavor, weight and appearance, as
welll as bacteriologieal condition. Like all
true friends ICE is willing and-ready to give
its life for you.
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MANUFACTURERS OF DISTILLED WATER ICE
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Supporting and Boosting Arkansas Tech
Compliments of A
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The Newest in Style . . A E
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Russellville A Arkansas
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Good Equipment Makes a'Good Farmer Better,
Horse Drawn Machines Power Farm- Equipment
MCCORMICK DEERING DEALERS j
CONWAY RUSSELLVILLE FORT SMITH
Substantial Saving on Your Fire Insuranee
To Business Men and Home Owners:
Can You Afford to Pay 25 Per Cent More Than Your
Competitors or Neighbors?
Discreet inquiry may reveal that your business associates, fellow club members, even your
competitors, men whose judg-ment you esteem, have long carried their insurance in mutual
companies. We do not ask you to blindly follow the judgment of these men but we do sug-
gest that you give this subject of mutual insurance your careful consideration.
The aggregate business of Mutual Insurance Companies reaches a figure so gigantic W6
can scarcely comprehend it. Such a business must of necessity be founded upon the soundest
of principles--must have earned public confidence. Those who seek additional information
may do so freely, comfortable in the knowledge that their inquiry incurs no obligation.
MATHEWS INVESTMENT COMPANY, Inc.
MASO'NIC TEMPLE BUILDING TELEPHONE No. 67
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C0mDliments of Ask Your Grocer
C H E E K for
Whoesale Grocer Co. Blue Mountain and Betsy Ross
D B Canned Vegetables and Fruits
55 Betsy Ross Coffee
Wholesalers of ii Betsy Ross Tea
S it Peacock Flour
A JACK SPRAT and E it Bird Brand Shortening
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COMPANY Q DRUGS and EVERYTHING
"THE STORE OF CORRECT
FASHIONS AND BETTER
lt's Smart To Wear
Friendly Five Florsheim
SHOES FOR MEN
Jacqueline Enna .lettick
SHOES FOR WOMEN
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Let Us Fit Your Feet
"The Rexall Store"
Phone No. 8
A THOMPSON "The Store of Economy
CASKEY 8: SONS HARDWARE COMPANY
A HARDWARE UNDERTAKER
Instant Ambulance Servlce
DES ARC ARKANSAS
-- Let 30 Years of Experience
BE YOUR GUIDE IN BUYING
HOME FURNISHINGS SAFELY
GIVE US AN OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE You
MERRITT FURNITURE STORES
GEORGE H. MATHER
A 5224 MT" Street, Little Rock Arkansas
Vestal Chemical Laboratories, Inc.
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
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MAUFACTURERS OF ,
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PUBLISHERS 0F WEEKLY TRIBUNE
The Printers of the BIGGER and BETTER ARKA-TECH
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THE PAUSE THAT REFRESI-IES A
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"HARDWARE SINCE 1873"
KREBS BROTHERS SUPPLY COMPANY
Complete Equipment For Hotels, Restaurants, Clubs,
Hospitals and Institutions
N E UIPMENT AND UTENSILS
Cl-IINA . GLASS - SILVER - KITCI-IE Q
AN ITOR SUPPLIES - PAPER GOODS - PAINT - SPORTING GOODS
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413-15 VVest Capitol ve
TIIE 193 All IILA
A. J. Bowden
Treadway Electric Co., Inc.
"Arkansas" First Electrical fobberv
206-210 Scogt Street
LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS
Little Model Cafe
For Food That Satisfies
Best Coffee on Earth or Anywhere Else
Buford Smith, Prop. RUSSELLVIL
Fred C' Burnett 85 Son We Have a Complete Llne of
A ASCHCY School Supplles for
Dependable Insurance of All Kinds
REAL ESTATE - LOANS
Pearson Hotel Bldg. Phone 78
Russellville Steam Laundry
WE MAKE SPECIAL RATES TO' THE
A TECH STUDENTS
Floyd Ragsdale, Prop.
l'l'IlE 193 Gautam
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Headquarters for Tech Students
When in Town
W. W. SMITH, Manager
Tom L. Spaulding
Athletic Goods Co., Inc.
WE CARRY ALL NATIONALLY
AD VERTISED LINES
409 Main Street
LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS
Taylor, The Florist
J. R. Morris v --
BOUGHT - SOLD - RENTED
121 SO. Commerce Phone 333.
"The Store of Values"
Pete Vaughn, Mgr.
Russellville Sheet Metal
MRS. W. V. TAYLOR, Prop. z
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Russellville Arkansas Russellville Arkv-11525
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Smith Shoe Shop
ALL AROUND SHOE REPAIRERS
BRING YOUR TROUBLES TO
Berry The Tailor
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Back of Bank of Russellville A Russellville ArkanS21S
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M H D Coffee
4 :'i ':"' Russellville Arkansas
General Electric Kelvinators
Philco and Zenith Radios
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ADJOINING TECH CAMPUS
We Serve Only the Best ln Eats
Plus Courteous Serwce
McAl1ster Shoe Store
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Cakes and Pastries
"Pleasin g Tech Students
Dale' s Barber Shop
Service With a Smile I
Welcome 'Tech Students
Back of Bank of Russellville
PHONE NO. 9
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Campbell' s Drug Store
WELCOME TECH STUDENTS
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Daily Courier Democrat
fMember of the Associated Pressj
50c PER MONTH
More Tech News and More Home News
Than Any Other Paper at Any Price
I 113 Boulder Avenue Phone Ne. 7
4 Russellville Arkansas
Lewis S. Talley
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TEXT BOOKS b SANDWICHES
SCHOOL SUPPLIES COLD DRINKS
. SUNDRIES CONFECTIONS
You Will Always Find a Welcome Here
and Student Budget-Minded Prices
JIM TUCKER, Manager
Specializing in Yearbooks, Diplomas, Invitations,
School Forms, Class Record Books,
Ruled Forms, Binding
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THE PHOTOGRAPHS IN THIS ANNUAL
WERE MADE BY US
SPECIAL RATES TO TECH
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