Arkansas Tech University - Agricola Yearbook (Russellville, AR)
- Class of 1939
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We who bring you the 1939 Agricola have
hut one purpose in mind. And that is to
give you a pictorial record of life at Tech
in 1939 in such a manner that these pleas-
ant realities of today may become, as the
years go by, the cherished memories of to-
. . . CLASSES
. . ATHLETICS
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Home of women students and, tlaere-
fore, the center of campus sofial life is tlre
beautiful and modern Caraway Hall.
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new Library Building, students pursue the
activity which is the excuse for their be-
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The men's dormitory houses superior
living quarters for students, apartments
for the dean and assistant dean of men,
and two recreational lounges.
In the new Physical Education building
students meet P. E. classes, train for inter-
collegiate or intramural sports-or relax
in the Techionery from the whirl of col-
Bordered by trees, flowers, and shrubs,
the Presidenfs Home is one of the most
beautiful buildings on the campus.
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GOVERNOR CARL E. BAILEY
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
J. S. TURNER .
JOHN E. CHAMBERS . . .
l MRS. ETHEL COLE CUNNINGHAM
W. H. JOHNSON .
ROY LEELAR .
Governor Bailey in April appointed Judge John E. Chambers, Danville, to mem-
bership in the Board of Trustees. Judge Chambers replaced Dr. R. L. Smith, Rus-
sellville, whose term had expired.
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JOSEPH WILLIAM HULL, B. S., M. A.
President . . . 1932
In the few years of his presidency, W. Hull has led Arkansas Tech in a pro-
gram of improvement which has never let up. His program of betterment has
tangible results in the erection of new and modern buildings, including Caraway
Hall, the Library, and the Physical Education building, as well as the remodeling
of the older structures.
In other ways Mr. I-Iull's desire for progress has been felt: enrollment has
steadily increased, and courses of study and facilities for study have been enlarged
and improved, in short, the college in all its branches has progressed.
The students admire and respect Mr. Hull for his leadership and executive abil-
ity. And they like him immensely for his friendship and for his interest in their
problems-the problems of youth.
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ALFRED CRABAUGH ..... Englixlz
Vice-President of College
A. B., University of Arlcansasg M. A., Columbia
ALFRED NEIL SATTERFIELD . . Steward
FRUMAN MCEVER . .... Chemistry
B. S., Baker Universityg M. A., University of
G. R. TURRENTINE ..... Edufation
Dean of College
A, B., Henderson State Teachers Collegeg B. S.,
Henderson State Teachers Collegeg M. S., Iowa
THOMAS ALFRED DULANEY . . . History
B. A., Peabody Collegeg M. A., Peabody College,
JUANITA ANGEHR . Typing and Slvorllvarzcl
Serretary to President
CECIL ANN HUDSON . Plvysiral Education
B. S., Oklahoma A. 61 M4 M, S., Oklahoma A.
HENRY EDWARD HUDSON . . Social Science
B. A., Hendrix Collegeg M. A., Louisiana State
Basketball and Track Coarlv
Axsistant Foiotlvall Coach
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MILDRED SHELTON ...... Healib
St. Mary's Nurses Training School.
CARYL GMNES .... Pbysical Education
B. A., University of Indiana.
EDNA Hoon FERGUSON . Assistant Librarian
B. A., University of Arkansas.
MARVIN MONTGOMERY WILLIAMSON . Band
Studied with Preisler and Brod of Central Col-
MYRTLi4 BLANCHE ROUSH . . . Librarian
Library Woi'k at George Peabody and Arkansas
State Teachers College.
CHARLES JONES . . . . . Pfycbology
B. A., Galloway Collegeg M. A., University of
CHARLI-IS W. C. AULSBURY, Animal Husbandry
B. S. A., Southeast Missouri State Teachers Col-
legcg M. S., University of Arkansas.
IOHN EDWARD TUCKER . . Chemistry
Football Coacbg Dean of Men
B. S., University of Alabamag M. S., University
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FOSTER ROACH ...... Chemistry
B. S., University of Arkansas, M. S., Oklahoma
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Evmzmr SPENCER 'TOMLINSON . . Botany
B. S., Mississippi A. 51 Mg M. S., Mississippi
A. Bc M.
JAMES BELL . . . N. Y. A. Instruatur
B. S. A., University of Arkansas.
SIDNEY BLAKELY . . .... Frcnr-lv
B. A. and M. A., University of Arkansas.
MARY S-UE WOOD . . . Plume Economics
B. S., University of Arkansas, M. S., University
PAUL SCHULTZ ....... Music
B. M., lhlcnclcrson Brown, Theodore Bohlrnann
Schccl of Music, Boguslawski School of Music.
LELA .IANE BRYAN . Textiles and Clothing
Dean of Woiizen
B. S., Kansas State Agricultural College.
CLYDE RUSSELL NICHOLS . . Engineering
B. S. in E. E., Texas A. 61 M., M. S. in E. E.,
Tcxas A. 86 M.
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HOWARD GODFREY . . Physical Education
B. S., University of Alabama.
HERMAN WAKEMAN DEAN . . Mechanics
Certificate in Mechanical Arts, University of
MARY BAIN ........ English
B. A., University of Alabamag M. A., Peabody
CLAUDE ALLEN HUGHES . . . Agronomy
B. S. A., Mississippi A. 6: M., M. S., Univers-
ity of Arkansas.
ADLAI STEVENSON TURNER . Mathematics
B, C. E., University of Arkansas, M. S., Uni-
versity of Arkansas.
WILLIAM OMER YOUNG . Secretary
Draugl1on's Business College.
LILLIAN MASSIE ....... English
B. A., University of Oklahoma, M. A., Uni-
versity of Arkansas.
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In the fall elections the sophomore class selected Tim Tyler, Greenbrier, presi-
dent, Bob Cowne, Greenwood, vice-president, and Neil Hosey, Pocahontas, secretary-
The freshmen elected Dan Stephens, Choctaw, president, Bill Beeson, Clarks-
ville, vice-presidentg and Mickey Thomas, Parthenon, secretary-treasurer.
Top Row:Sophomore Officers-Tyler, president, Cowne, vice-president, Hosey, secretary-treasurer,
Bottom Row: Freshmen Officers-Stephens, president: Beeson, vice-president: Thomas, secretary-treasurer
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T. L. COLE .
JOE NICFIQRRAN . fist scm.j .
ORLIE PARKER . flst sem.j Arts and Scienfes
DICK PIUNNICUT . fist sem.j Arte and Scienfes
FIRMAN BYNUM . 12nd sem.j Arte and Scicnfes
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.IOSEPHINE TAYLOR . Edufation
EARL D. CAMP . Education
CHARLES TLJCKER Uhr scmj . Engineering
B. CUMNOCK . . . Engineering
HAYS Pool. . 12nd sem.j . . Fnginvcring
EUGENE WARREN: Pff"'id9'7f ANNA FULTON . . Home Econmnicx
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The Student Council, composed of representatives from the five college de-
partments and the president, all elected by the student body, serves as a medium
between the students and the faculty.
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The council had complete supervision of all student ele io , ma dinners,
student dances, and other socials. It succeeded in securing a wellxib e and igh-
ly interesting calendar of assembly programs this earl ' if U K '
Top row: Rose, lVlcFerran, lVlcClL1re, Holley, Par er. X
Middle row: Hunnicur, Bynum, Cole, Taylor, Camp.
Tucker, Cumnock, Pool, Fulton.
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ADAMS, JUANITA ..... England
Education . . . Masquers, Glee Club '38, Pep Squad '38, '39.
ALEORD, ARDIS ...... Russellville
Arts . . . Football 337, Glee Club 338339.
ANDERSON, BERNARD . . North Little Rock
Engineering . . . Engineers, Club, Baseball, '38, ,393 T Associa-
ANDERSON, GELENE ..... Mulberry
Home Economics . . . Glee Club, '38, YWCA, Home Economics
BAKER, ALBERT El Reno, Okla.
. . . . . Wattensaw
YMCA, Pep Squad.
Agriculture . . . FFA,
M ulberr ,1
. . . Huntsville
Arts . . . President, Pre-Med Club.
BELL, CAROLINE ...... Atkins
Arts . . . Transfer from College of Ozarks, Society Editor Arka-
Tech, ,39, Masquers, Dining Hall Club.
BEST, PALLIE ...... McCrory
Arts . . . History Club, Masquers, Homecoming Maid, ,383 As-
sociate Editor Agricola, y39, Dean's List, '38, ,39, Who's Who,
BIDDLE, JAMES ....
Arts . . . Football, '38, T Association.
BLACKSHIRE, JAMES ....
Engineering . . . Student Manager Dining Hall, Engineers' Club.
BLGUNT, JAMES .
BOYD, GEORGE W .....
Agriculture . . . Grange, '38, YMCA, FFA.
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Arts. BREEDLO'VE, SHERMAN . .
Education . . . Schoolmasters Roundtable.
BREWER, HAL . . .
Agriculture . . . FFA.
BRIDGES, HERBERT ....
Agriculture . . . Football, '37, '38, Baseball, '37,
'37, T Association, Forestry Club.
BRIGGS, ERNEST .
Agriculture . . . Grange, '37.
BROWN, LAFAYETTE . . . North Little Rock
Agriculture . . . FFA, Boxing, '39, Dean's List, '38, '39.
BURNS, JERRY ...,. Forrest City
Arts . . . Glee Club, Quartet, Football, '37, '38, T Association.
BYNUM, FIRMAN .....
Arts . . . Football, '37, '38, Student Council, President Fresh-
man Class, '38, President T Association, '39.
BYNUM, WILMA .....
Arts. . .Associate Editor and Columnist Arka-Tech, Classes
BYRD, CLIFTON ..... Fort ,Smith
Agriculture . , . Transfer from Northeastern Teachers College
CAMP, EARL D. . . . . .
Education . . . President Schoolmasters Roundtable, History Club,
President Baptist Student Union, President, YMCA, Pep Squad,
Student Council, Glee Club, D'ean's List, '38 ,'39, Who's Who,
CAMPBELL, DAVID . .
Engineering . . . Engineers' Club.
CASH, MRS. DOLL .
CASH, ,IOI-INNIE MAE
AUDLE ORPHA . Russellville
Education YWCA Home Economxcs Clubg Band.
HURCHILL OLEN . Hertor
OBB GOLAN . Dover
Education Glee Club 38 Schoolmasters Rountable.
,LOFF OVALINE . Russellville
North Little Rock
Masquers Colummst for Arka Techg Organizationsg
1or Agrlcola Secretary Student Council Pre-Med Clubg
JOHN KELLEY North Little Rorli
meermg Masquers Glee Club Cheer Leader, '38, 39.
COOPER PAUL RAY Winchester, Ky.
COPE CHARLES Little Rock
COWNE JOHN . Greenwood
Arts President Sophomores 38 Football Co-Captain, '38g
All State Tackle 37 HISKOEY Club Glee Club, '38g Chairman
Vlgll8nC6 Committee 37 T Association Orchestrag Who's Who
COWNE ROBERT . Greenwood
Ergmeerlng Engineers Club Quartet Glee Clubg vice-
EI Reno, Okla.
. Little Rock
Engineering President Engineers Club Student Councilg
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DAUGI-IERTY, ELSIE .
. . . Van Buren
Education . . . Schoolmasters Roundtableg YWCA, Dining Hall
DEEN, REED . .
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Engineering . . . Engineers' Club.
DENTON, HOWARD .
Engineering . . . Glee Club '38,
Basketball '38g.Engineers, Club,
DICKSQN, MARTHA BELLE . . . Belleville
Education . . . Sclxoolmasters Roundtable, Dining Hall Clubg
YWCAg Dean's List, '39.
. . . . Gravelly
Agriculture . . . Transfer from Henderson Teachersg Glee Club,
DOOLEY, JESSE . .
Arts . . . Dining Hall Club.
DREWRY, VINETT . .
Engineering . . . Dean's List, '39,
Arts . . . History Club.
DUNN, MELVIN . .
Arts . . . Glee Club, History CI
DYSON, J. C ....
Engineering . . . Band, YMCA.
ELKINS, MRS. HERBERT
. . Booneville
. . North Little Roclz
. . . Russellville
Education . . . Schoolmasters Roundtableg Home Economics Club
ELKINS, HERBERT . . . . Russellville
Engineering . . . Track, 38, '39,
Engineers, Club, T Association.
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FAULKNER, LEONARD Russellville
FLURRY, A. D. . Russellville
FRAZIER, W. G. Summers
FREE, REBECCA . . . Gould'
Arts . . . History Club, Masquers.
FREEMAN, IVA ...... Ola
Education . . . Schoolmasters Roundtable, Dean's List, 39.
FUDGE, LOY . . Melbourne
Agriculture . . . FFA.
. Fort Smith
FULLER, GROVER . . .
Agriculture . . . FFA, Track, 38, '39, Baseball, '38, '39, T
FULTON, ANNA .....
Home Economics . , . Agri Day Queen, '39, Student Council,
'39, YWCA, Home Economics Club, Grange, '38.
. . . . . Russellville
Engineering . . . Track, '38, '39, Engineers' Club, T Association,
Business Manager Engineers' Edition of Arlca-Tech, '39,
' GATES, CARROLI .... . Little Rock
! Arts . . . Glee Club, Baseball '39.
GATTIN, MARVINA . . . Russellville
Arts . . . Football, '37, '38, T Associalton .
i GAULT, JOE D. ..... Dardanelle
Arts . . . Football '39, T Association, Vice-president Freshmen,
GOODWIN, PAUL ..... Strawberry
Arts . . . History Club, YMCA, Baptist Students' Union,
Dean's List, '38, Schoolmasters Roundtable.
GRACE, FRANK .... . Dardanelle
Agriculture . . . Student Manager Dining Hall, President Din-
ing Hall Club, Grange, '38,
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GRAY, ARMOUR LEE . . Dardanelle
Agriculture . . . Forestry Club.
HALL, CLAUD .... North Little Rock
Agriculture , , . President Fcrcstry Club,
HAMILTON, MARY ALICE . . . MOTTilfO71
Arts . . . Transfer from Henderscn State Tca.hers.
HARKEY, SELMA ELIZABETH . . Darclanelle
Home Economics . . . Homecoming Queen, 39, President Home
Economics Club, YWCA,'Masquers, Who's Who, 39.
HARRIS, BONNIE LEE ..... Aplin
Education . . . Schoolmasters Roundtable, YWCA, Dining Hall
Club, Pep Squad.
HARRIS, JOE .... . Dardanelle
Engineering . . . Dean's List, '38-739.
HARRIS, KATHRYN . . Dardanelle
Arts . . . Dean's List, 38, '39.
HARRIS, KEITH . . . . . Lonsdale
Agriculture . . . Agri Day King, 39, FSA.
HART, EDITH .... . Norman
Home Economics . . . Dlnlng Hall Club.
HATCH, JAMES ..... Darclanelle
Engineering . . . Band, Engineers' Club, Lgtans List, '38.
HA,YNES, VANCE . . . Clvarleslon
Agriculture . . . Baseball, '39.
HAZER, HARRY . . . Little Rock
Engineering . . . Glee Club, '39,
HEARN, WILMA . . . . . Greenwood
Education . . . YWCA, Dining Hall Club, Glee Club, Baptist
HELTON, SAM . . . . Scott
Agriculture . . . Glee Club, '38.
HENDERSON, JUANITA . . Lamar
Home Economics . . . Glee Club, '39.
HICKERSON, FLETA .... Huntington
Arts . . . YWCA, Schoolmasters Roundtable, D'ean's List, y39.
HICKEY, LEONARD . . . . Clarksville
Agriculture . . . Football '37, '38, Baseball '38, 339, Track ,38,
'39, T Association.
HOBBS, RAY . ..... Fort Smith
Agriculture . . . Boxing, '38, '39, State A. A. U. Champion,
HOLLABAUGH, JOHN . . . . Leflie
Engineering . . . Transfer from Arkansas State College, Deanys
HOLLABAUGH, SIMPSON . . . Marshall
Arts . . . Editor 1939 Agricola, President History Club, Feature
Writer for Arlca-Tech, '38, Masquers, YMCA, ,38, Dean's List,
'38, '39, Whois Who, 339.
HOLLEY, ODELL ..... Centerville
Agriculture . . . FFA, Student Council, Assistant Business Man-
ager Agricola, '39.
HONOMICHEL, WALTER Hackett
HOSEY, NEIL ...... Pocahontas
Education . . . Campus Queen, '39, Schoolmasters Roundtable,
Masquers, Baptist Students, Union, Pep Squad, Secretary-Treas-
urer Sophomores, i39.
HUDSON, MAUD ..... Clvarleslon
Education . . . YWCA, Dining Hall Club, Grange, '38,
I-IUNNICUT, RICHARD .... Benton
Arts . . . Football '37, '38, T Association, Glee Club, ,38, Stu-
HUNTER, ELMO . Mulberry
Engineering . . . YMCA.
HYTREK, FRAN K .... Tekamab, Neb.
Arts . . . Orchestra, '39, Baseball, '39.
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Agriculture . . . YMCA, FFA, Forestry Clubg Dearfs List, 39.
JENNINGS, C. B. . . . Clinton
JETER, HARRY ...... Norman
Agriculture . . , Arlca-Tech Staff, ,385 Agricola Staff, '38, FFAg
Grange, ,385 Masquers.
JOHNSTON, FRANK Booneville
JONES, HASKELL . . Mansfield
Arts . . . Pre-Med Club.
JONES, HOWARD . ..... Vilonia
Agriculture . . . Track, V389 FFAg T Association.
JORDAN, ROSE MARY .... Booneville
Home Economics . , . Masquersg Baptist Students' Union.
KEENER, LOLA . . . . . . Danville
Education. . . Dining Hall Club, Schoolmasters Roundtable,
KINNEY, RAGON ..... Hartman
Engineering . . . Engineers' Clubg Boxing Coach, 38, '39g State
A. A. U. and Golden Gloves Championg Glee Club '38g T As-
sociationg Whoys Who, '39.
KIRKPATRICK, ROY . Green Forest
Arts . . . Cheer Leader.
KNIGHT, ORMAN .... Malvern
Arts . , . Business Manager Arlca-Tech, '39.
LANGSTON, IRVIN . . . Russellville
Arts . . . Glee Clubg Band, Masquers.
LAYL, HAZELDINE .... Pocahontas
Education . . . Transfer Arkansas State Collegeg Schoolmasters
Roundtableg Baptist Students' Uniong Masquersg Dean's List, '39.
LEACI-I, SILVA ...... Gentry
Education . . . Schoolmasters Roundtable, YWCAg Dining Hall
LESSLEY, MARY FRANCES . . . Mulbeiry
Arts . . . Transfer College of Ozarks, Bandg Baptist Students,
Uniong Glee Club. .
l LEWIS, ALLEN ...... Altlveimer
W Agriculture . . . Forestry Clubg Dean's List, '38, '39,
LINTON, MARION ..... Heclor
Arts . . . Arlca'Tech Staff, 739g Drum Major, ,39g Glee Club,
Who's Who, '39,
McALISTER, MARDEE Hector
NICCLESKEY, G. V ...... Forrest City
Arts . . . Pre-Med Clubg YMCA, Band. 4
MCCLURE, CHARLES . . . Wes! Men1pl7i5
Agriculture . . . Student Councilg Football, ,37, '38, T Associa'
tiong Chairman Vigilance Committeeg YlVlCAg Whois Who, ,39.
MCCLURE, JANET . Dardanelle
Arts . . . Pep Squad,
MCDANIEL, MARGIE .... Liltle Rock
Arts. . .Baptist Students' Union, Six-point Honor Student
McFERRAN, JOE ...... Lavaca
Agriculture . . . FFA, Student Councilg Dining Hall Club.
MCGEHEE, DEWARD Magazine
1 Agriculture . . . FFA.
MCILROY, ROBERT .... . Cass
Arts . . . Transfer from University of Arkansas.
MCMILLAN, FRANK Magazine
Agriculture . . . FFA.
MAJORS, JULIAN . . Dardanelle
5 gygz 'fix ' Arts . . . History Club.
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MAY, CHESTER . Paragould
MILLER, ALWIN ..... Dardanelle
, Agriculture . , . FFAg Grange, '38, Arlca-Tech Staff, '38,
MILLER, ROY DALE .... Siloam Springs
Education . . . Baseball, ,38, '39, History Club, President
Masquersg T Association, Schoolmasters Roundtable, Who's Who
MINOR, PAULINE ..... Van Buren
Education . , . YWCA, Glee Club, Pep Squad, Schoolmasters
MITCHELL, JOHN BOYD .... Osceola
Agriculture . . . Transfer Phillips University, Forestry Club,
MOORE, MORRIS . Danville
MORAN, ALICE ...... Van Buren
Arts . . . Masquersg Pre-Med Clubg Band.
MORELOCK, ERNEST ..... Clarksville
Engineering . . . Track, '38, '39, Football, '38, T Association.
MORGAN, BUFORD . . . Russellville
Arts . . . Masquersg Bandg Orchestra
MURPHY, L. V ...... . Dover
Arts . . . History Club, Dcan's List, '39,
NEAL, LILLIAN ...... Russellville
Arts . . . Six-point Honor Student, Dean's List, '38, '39, His-
tory Clubg Who's Who, '39.
NEWKIRK, JOHN . . . . . Iessieville
Agriculture . . . Business Manager Agricola, '39, Agri Day At-
tendant, '39, FFA.
NEWTON, STANLEY . . . Russellville
Engineering . . . Engineers' Club.
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O'NEAL, LOUISE Van Buren
O',NEAL, NORA JEAN Scotland
Education . . . Schoolmasters Roundtable
OTWELL, OREL . Hot Springs
Agriculture . . . President FFA Grange 38 YMCA
PARKER, ORLIE . Wabash
Arts . . . Student Council Football 38 President Pre Med
Club, T Association.
PARKER, ROBERT . Plummerwlle
Arts . . . Editor Arka-Tech 39 Sports Editor Agricola 39
President History Club, Feature Writer for Arlca Tech 38
Dean's List, '38,
PATTERSON, ELIZABETH Alpena
Education . . . Six-point Honor Student 39 Deans List 38
'39, Schoolmasters Roundtable
PATTERSON, MARY ANNA Alpena
Education . . . Six-point Honor Student 39 Deans List 38
'39, Schoolmasters Roundtable
PATTISON, D'OROTHY Llttle Rock
Home Economics . . . Cheer Leader 38 39 Deans List 38
PAlTTISOlXl, MILDRED Little Rock
Arts . . . Pre-Med Club, Agricola Staff 39 Pep Squad
PAYNE, MARCELLA Belleville
Education . . . Dining Hall Club Schoolmasters Roundtable
PEARCE, HOWARD Little Rofk
Education . . . Football, 37 38 Football Captain 38 All
State Guard, '38, President T Association Pre Law Club 38
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Education . , . Schoolmasters Roundtable.
PIERCY, EUN EVA ...... Lavaca
Education , , . Schoolmasters Roundtable, Dean's List, '39,
POOL, HAYS ........ Ola
Engineering . . . Student Council, Engineers, Club.
RACHEL, LAVIENA . . . Russellville
RACKLEY, L'ORENE . . Pottsville
Education . . . Pep Squad.
W RAMER, C. A. . . . England
RANEY, EARL .... . Marble Falls
Education . . . Dean's List, '38, '39.
REED, TROY ...... Booneville
Agriculture. . . FFAg Dining Hall Club, Track, '38, '39, T
REED, VIRGINIA . . I . . . Russellville
Arts . . . Dining Hall Club, Pep Squad.
REYNOLDS, FRANCIS .... Little Rock
Engineering . . , Agricola Staff, ,38, '39g YMCAg Masquersg
RILEY, ROBERT . . .. . . . McGel7ee
Engineering . . , Masquersg Glee Club, Engineers, Club.
ROBB, ELDON . . . . Decatur
Agriculture . . . FFA, YMCA.
ROBERTS, JAMES ..... Booneville
Agriculture . . . Agri Day Manager, '39, FFA, Baptist Student
Uniong Grange, '38,
ROBERTS, MARY RUTI-I .... Moreland
Education . . . Schoolmasters Roundtable, Deanis List, 39.
ROBERTSON, BOYCE ..... Fouke
Agriculture . . . Transfer Texarkana Junior College,
Clubg YlVlCAg FFA.
ROBINS, CARL . .
ROGERS, HELEN JANE ....
Home Economics . . . President Masquersg Home
RO'GERS, TOM . . .
Arts . . . Glee Club.
ROLLOW, WRAY ALLEN . .
Arts . . . Quartetg Glee Club.
ROSE, GLEN .... .
Agriculture . . . Dean's List, '38,
ROSE, VERLIS ......
Agriculture . . . Postmaster, ,38, '39g FFAg Studen
ROSS, ELIZABETH . . . .
Arts . . . Pre-Med Club, Pep Squad.
SALMON, GARVYN .....
Agriculture . . . Football, '37, ,38g Baseball, ,385 Forestry Club,
SATTERFIETLD, GUILA GRACE . .
Education . . . Sclxoolmasters Roundtableg Secretary-Treasurer
SCHNEIDER, JOHN .
SCISSON, KEATHLEY . .
SCOTT, EDWARD .....
Agriculture , . . FFAg Dining Hall Clubg YMCAg Forestry
SEXTON, JIMMIE .....
Home Economics . . . Home Economics Club.
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Home Economics , . . Glee Club, Pep Squad:
Agriculture . . . FFA, President YMCA.
SMITH, JOYCE . .
Education . . . Glee Club, '3
SMITH, LEON . .
Agriculture . . , FFA, Dean
Education . . . Orchestra.
SMITH, VERNON .
Engineering . . . Glee Club,
SPARKS, WARREN .
Arts . . . Glee Club
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Arts . . . Agricola Staff, ,395 Arka-Tech Staff, '38,
STEPHENS, A. G. .
STEVENSON, ADA .
Arts . . . Glee Club, '38,
STEWART, JANE .
Home Economics . .
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STOBAUGH, ROY . Clvoctaw
STORY, VEO ....... Hector
Arts . . . Basketball, ,38, '39, Track, '38, '39, Baseball, '38, '39,
T Association, Deanls List, 38.
STRICKLAND, O. . . . Russellville
Arts . . . Track, '38, '39, T Association
STRICKLAND, PEARL .... Russellville
Home Economics . . . Home Economics Club.
TAYLOR, BERTRAM . Nimrod
TAYLOR, CHARLES ..... Newport
Arts . . . Football, '38, Boxing, '39, Golden Gloves Heavyweight
Champion, ,395 T Association.
TAYLOR, JOSEPI-IINE ..... Wharton
Education . . . President Caraway Hall Organization, Student
Council, Schoolmasters Roundtable, Masquers, Glee Club, 38,
Pep Squad, Who's Who, '39.
TILLMAN, KATHLEEN ..... Dover
Education . . . Schoolmasters Roundtable, Pep Squad.
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TRICKEY, D. J. 6' . North Little Rock
Agriculture . . . Trans er tate Tefliers.
TRIPP, ELVIN . . . Hector
TUCKER, CHARLES ..... Morrilton
Engineering . . . Football, 37, ,385 Engineers, Club, Glee Club,
Quartet, Student Council, T Association.
TURNBOW, CALVIN . Hector
Arts . . . Glee Club.
TURNER, BERNARD . . Maracaibo, Venezuela
Engineering . . . Pep Squad, YMCA.
TURNER, LYNELL . Dover
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Home Economics Assistant Agn Day Manager ,395 Home
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WARREN EUGENE Calico Rock
Agriculture President Student Council Star Farmer, Ar-
kansas Vlce president Nat FFA Grange 38 Whos Who, y39.
WARREN MILDRED Russellville
WARREN MILTON Russellville
WEBB INA . Hector
Home Economics Agri Day Maid 38 YWCAg Home
WEBB LOIS Hector
WHITLOCK DUDLEY El Reno, Okla.
WHITLOCK RIDGE EI Reno, Okla.
Engineering Boxing 38 Engineers Club, Dean's List, '39g
WINBORN WOODROW . Alma
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WRIGHT URY Dardanelle
ARP, RUTH .
BABB, ROBERT .
BALL, ALTON .
BARTON, MARY NELL
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BOWDEN, JACK .
BOWERS, WILLIAM .
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I-IAMES, RUSSELL . Cenlerville
HAMILTON, JOE . . Paris
HAMILTON, JOHN . Pangburn
HANEY, ERVIN . . Atkinx
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HARKEY, VIRGINIA . Russellville
HARRIS, WILLIAM C. . . Omaha, Neb.
HARRIS, VVILLIAIVI P. . Waldron
HATCHETT, JOHN . Clinton
HATHAWAY, ELIZABETH . Little Rock
I-IAYNES, PAUL . . Ratcliff
I-IELTON, ZOE . . Scot!
HENRY, LUCILLE . Thornburg
HENSON, EVELYN , Rusfellville
HICKEY, RUSSELL . Cl-ferry Hill
HICKMAN, GERALD England
HIGGINS, HANFRED . . Harmony
HILL, I. E. MIKE . Ft. Smith
' HOLDERBY, GEORGE . . Globe, Arizona
HOLLAND, RUSSELL . . Little Rock
I-IORNE, R. . Danville
HOUSE, LLOYD . Perryville
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HUNTER, XWILLARD . Mulberry
HUTCHINSON, FRANK . . Russellville
HUTTO, WILSON . . Varner
JACKSON, TI-IERON . Mulberry
JAMES, FRANK . Van Buren
JAMES, JEWELL BETH . . Russellville
JAMES, RAYDUS . Wavelaiid
JENNINGS, ROBERT Hot Springs
JOHNSON, MARCELLA . Gassville
JONES, BILLIE LOUISE Russellville
JONES, ERWIN . Scot!
JONES, MARY SUE . Pawn
JONES, ROBERT . . Harrison
JORDAN, AL GENE . . Russellville
JORDAN, EMMA, DALE . . Roswell, N. M.
KARR, MARGARET . Altus
KAYLOR, WALTER . . Van Buren
KEATHLEY, EVELYN . Danville
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KEETON, JAMES . . Rusxellville
KIMBERLIN, JAMES . Atkins
KING, EMMA GRACE . Morrilton
KOEN, JOSEPHINE Rursellville
KOEN, VIRGINIA . . Russellville
KRAUS, JACK . Clarkfvillt
LACKEY, JERRAL . England
LANGFORD, ERMA . Rumellville
LAUGHLIN, MINNIE . North Little Rock
LEE, WILLIAM . Malvern
LEMLEY, ELSIE . . Dover
LEWIS, HAZEL . . Greenwood
LEWIS, ODELL , Danville
LEWIS, O. J. . Ola
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McNUTT, NAN .
MACK, JAM ES
MAHON, LUCILLE ,
MAJORS, LELAND .
MALONE, JAMES .
MARTIN, MAB .
MARTIN, MILDRED .
MILLS, EDWIN .
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ROBERTS, TREVA .
ROBINSON, ROY .
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EUGENE WARREN-Because he was president of
the Student Council ,393 Winner of Tech,s Star Farm-
er award '38g vice-president of National FFAg adviser
of Tech FFA '38g and lecturer of Tech Grange '38,
EARL D. CAMP-Because he was president of School-
masters Roundtableg president of Baptist Students,
Uniong President of YlVICAg Recording Secretary Stu-
dent Councilg a frequent member of the Dean's Listg
and a member of the History Clubg Wonder Peppers,
and Glee Club.
PALLIE BEST-Because she was Associate Editor of
The 1939 Agricolag vice-president of the History Club,
first semesterg Homecoming Maid '38g often a mem-
ber of the Dean's Listg and a member of the Pep Squad
738, and the Masquers Club '38, '39.
HOVVARD PEARCE-Because he was co-captain of
the Wonder Boys '38g an all-state guard '38g president
of the T Associationg and a member of the Masquers,
Pre-Law Club, and Glee Club.
CHARLES MCCLURE-Because he was a two-year
letterman in footballg chairman of The Vigilance Com-
mittee '39g and a member of The Student Council, T
Association and YMCA.
DALE MILLER-Because he was president of the Mas-
quers Club ,39g secretary of the T Association '39g vice-
president of History Club '39g and a two-year letter-
man in baseball.
SELMA ECLIZABETH HARKEY-Because she was
Homecoming Queen '38g president of The Home Ec
Club '39g secre tary of The MHSQLICFS Club ,393 and a
member of Pep Squad '38 and YWCA '39.
ROBERT PARKER-Because he was Editor of The
Arlca-Tech '39g vice-president of A. C. P. A.g president
and International Relations delegate of History Club '39g
sports editor of Agricola '39g feature writer Arlca-Tech
,385 and a member of The Dean,s List '38,
MARION LINTON-Because she was a very col-
orful Drum Major for the Band, and a member of the
Glee Club and Arlca-Tech staff.
LILLIAN NEAL-Because of her scholastic ability as
shown by her six-point grade averages, and because she
was secretary of the History Club.
JOHN COWNE-Becatise he was co-captain of the
'38 Wonder Boysg an all-state tackle '37g vice-president
of the T Association: chairman of the Vigilance Com-
mittee ,37g president of the sophomore class ,383 and
a member of the Glee Club and Orchestra.
SIMPSON HOLLABAUGH-Becatlse he was Edi-
tor of the 1939 Agricolag president of the History
Club, first semesterg Feature writer for the Arka-Tech
'38g an occasional member of the Dean's Listg and a
member of the Masquers Club.
JO TAYLOR-Because she was president of Cara-
way Hall Organization ,393 secretary fsecond semesterl
of Masquers Club '39g vice-president of Schoolmasters
Roundtable ,393 and a member of The Student Coun-
cil ,39, the Pep Squad 38, and the Glee Club '38,
BILL NORRIS-Because he was Editor of the Engi-
neers' Edition of the Arka-Tech '39g and a member of
the Engineers' Club and the Dean's List.
RAGON KINNEY--Because he was student boxing
coach '38-'39g state Golden Gloves and A. A. U. light-
heavy championg and a member of the Engineers' Club
'38-,39 and the Glee Club ,38.
DAN STEPHENS-Because he was president of the
freshman class ,393 and "Mayor" of Red Hill '39,
Method of Selection
A faculty committee composed of A.
Crabaugh, chairman, C. R. Nichols, A. S.
Turner, Lillian Massie, and C. W. C.
Aulsbury was appointed by the editor of
The Agricola to select a list of outstand-
ing students who would make up the
Who's-Who. The faculty committee in
turn picked three students, Robert Park-
er, Lillian Neal, and Eugene Warren, to
assist in the selections and become mem-
bers themselves. The combined faculty-
student committee selected the remaining
fDL-awing by Petty-used courtesy ESQUIRE MAGA-
ZINE, Copyright 1938 by Coronet-Esquire Ccngpanyj
For her beauty, ber charm, and her
friendliness, the students of Arkansas
Tech voted Neil Hosey Campus Queen.
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.Miss jmoqelze Glmppell
Mr. George Petty, of ESQUIRE, picked
Miss Imogene Chappell to be the Beauty
Queen of the 1939 Agricola.
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The Graphic Goes to a Football Game
And catches Mr. McEver in
one of his lighter moments
on the special. as he dons
the Drum, Major's headgear
and demonstrates his idea of
a fan dance . On the sta-
tion platform Mallett and
Linton and Rollow an d
Greene truck on down to
the suave swing of George
and his hand .... Beneath
the smiling faces of Taylor
and Chappell protruding
from the coach window is
'QOnion Head" Denton7s
head . . . Lessley, hell lyre
and all, patiently awaits her
one and only, Al Gene . . .
Pre-game pep in the Arm-
oryg the freshmen girls real-
ly looked swanlcy in full
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The Graphic Steps Out
And catches Kirkpatrick pre-
paring to do rhe some . . .
Cole, Parker and Minick co-
operate to get George P. in-
to a board-front shirt . . .
George swings his Golden
Greens into St. Louis Blues
. . . President Hull, in over-
alls and sombreo, gets into
the spirit of the thing at the
Freshman Barn Dance . . .
Speaking of clancing, this
is the way Ted Shawn ancl
his troupe do it in "O Lib-
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The Graphic v1S1tS the Dorms
Over to Caraway Hall to
find Hudson and Daugher-
ty, having washed the hair,
polished the nails, etc., pre-
paring for bed . . . Helen
Jane knits as Selma E. stud-
ies . . . Green knocks off a
little shuteye as the camera-
man wends his stealthy way
. . . you name the expres-
sion of Jane Miller's face
. . . "Man in the hallu . . .
Back to the boys' dorm to
Kimherlin's houdoir to find
hinx studying, no less,
Shadow boxingg someone must have rung a bell . . .to get the best effect of this next picture
turn the page to one side and see Hairless Joe and Pershing Turner limber up in a Sunday
morning wrestling match . . . Holland and Butler polish the canines . . . Shorty,s like that-he for-
gets to take off his clothes to take a shower . . . An innocent crap gameg everybody knows that
they arenit playing for 'ckeeps' ,... Our editor Parker must have delusions about Greek Gods or
something.. .Ladd studying-looks like the course is anatomy from the cover of the book . . .
Bill Lee gets into a comfortable position and so on into the night . . . Contents of bottle unknown.
Here and There with the Grapluc
Lewis and Cravens are cam-
era-shy, hut Becky nonchai-
antiy eats her cookie as the
flash goes off . . . Proof
that members of the Home
Ec Department have confi-
dence in their ability is
shown hy their eating their
own cooking . . . Satterfieid,
Harris and Payne walk right
into the mouth of the cam-
Newlcirlc may be flirting with the waitress, and then again, he may be just hoping for an
extra dessert . . . the one on top is Bill Patton . . . Harlcey seems to be all upset about something.
Maybe it's the saclc lunch she,s preparing to eat . . . The campus clothed in natureis white gar-
ment and bathed in moonlight . . . Tarzan rolls Selma E. in the snow for the Graphicls benefit
. . . Depicting the height of optimism-going to the Conway game in the Wlw . . . Pallie's expres-
sion could hardly be said to show intense interest in Medieval History, and Hazeldine has no ex-
pression at all because shels asleep . . . In the library . . . Impromptu concert in the boys, dorm
. . . Mail from home . . . The principles in this drama are Holcie and Virginiag he must have
Arouncl the punch howl at the Program Dance . . . General in his Sunday-go-to-meetin's . . .
Raclcley, Balclwin, Harlcey, ancl Dyson attack their Dacl,s Day lunches . . . Leap frog . . . Again we
say ignore the signs . . . Cope was a very disgusted fellow at the Ouachita game . . . Ar last Lit-
tle Nell gets done right by . . . Miss Jones in a shower of snowballs . . The Army wearily march-
es up Maiii on its return to home and a hath . . . Engineers' initiation . . . Nlarthadelle wants to
know just what you can see through one of the things.
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Shown above are the dads and mothers of Tech students as they assembled
on the campus to celebrate Dad's Day, November 11, 1938. They are a part of
the 600 who were guests of the college and their sons and daughters on that day.
Since the celebration of Dad's Day this year coincided with Armistice Day,
the occasion was made a double holiday with the American Legion assisting the col-
lege in the program. The attendance of 600 mothers and dads broke all previous
The Tech football team performed admirably for the parents and swamped
the Bacone Indians, 62 to 6.
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Left to Right: Evelyn
Keathley, Tim Tyler,
Keith Harris, King.
Anna Fulton, Queen,
AMES RoBERTs, MANAGER
john Newlcirk, and
Central figures in Techis celebration of the
Twelfth Annual Agri Day, May 2, were Keith
Harris, King, Anna Fulton, Queen, Tim Tyler
and John Newlcirlc, Attendants, and Evelyn Keath-
ley and Helen Louis Dean, Maids.
Agri Day this year was featured by the
appearance of Mr. F. A. Silcox, chief of the
United States Forestry Service, who spoke in As-
sembly and helped to dedicate the new Forestry
Building in Russellville.
Largely responsible for the success of the
Day was James Roberts, Booneville, who, in his
capacity as Agri Day Manager, had charge of all
plans for the celebration.
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We have published the Arka-Tech this year with
two aims in view, first, to give thorough coverage to
campus news and second, through editorial comment, to
promote reforms, criticize occasionally, and praise where
credit is deserving. Whether we have been successful
in achieving these aims is non for us to judge.
The liberal "hands-off" policy of the administra-
tion with regard to both the editorial and news con-
tents of The Arka-Tech has served to make freedom
of the press here more than a phrase. Perhaps a
closer faculty supervision would result in a better pub-
lication, but then it would no longer be truly a stu-
To the business men of Russellville for their gen-
erous patronage of the Arka-Tech advertising, and to
the columnists and reporters who have faithfully done
the vital but unspectacular work of getting out a paper,
I wish to express my personal appreciation, for they
have helped to make the editor's lot an easier one. So
it is with real regret that I write "thirty,' to the year's
Tuck ER LEE
BILL BEESON .
WARREN SPARKS .
CAROLINE BELL .
. Associate Editor
. Associate Editor
. . Sports Editor
Assistant Sports Editor
. Society Editor
T. L. COLE . . . Columnist
VIRGINIA HARKEY . . Reporter
MARION LINTON . . Reporter
MARYNELLE MORGAN . Reporter
RALPH MINICK . . Reporter
KATHLEEN TUCKER Reporter
WENDELL OLIVER Reporter
EUGENE ROWDEN . . Reporter
BILL LEE . . Assistant Business Manager
GEORGE DAVIS . . Assistant Business Manager
SIMPSON HOLLABAUGH -if
Once more an edition of the Agricola is completed and
ready for distribution. Needless to say, the staff sincerely
hopes that it meets with the approval of every student.
In the make-up of this book emphasis has been placed
on informal pictures for the simple reason that we believe
these informal pictures are what the students want. We be-
lieve that these pictures are the best means by which college
and college life may be depicted.
The method by which the Beauties and members of
Whois-Who were selected was used because we believe that
this is the fairest way to select the most beautiful and most
I wish to express my sincere thanks to the people who made
this book possibleg to the few students who saw fit to give
their time and work for the book without hope of rewardg
to Mr. Crabaugh whose advice and help were neededg and
to the photographer, engraver, and printer whose patience
and understanding were appreciated.
PALLIE BEST .
T. L. COLE .
B. CUMNOCK .
ODELL HOI,IEY .
. . Classes Editor
. Sports Edimr
. Assistan! Business Maizager
A. CRABAUGH, Chairman
A. S. TURNER
C. R. NICHOLS
C. A. HUGHES
T. L. COLE
EARL D. CAMP
Anna Lou Clwamherfa
john Kelley Cool:
THE MIXED CHCRUS
. . . llircrwr MARY FRANc:i2s LESSLEY . . . Arcompanut
Sara Lee Gordon
Mary Sue Jones
Al Gene Jordan
Emma Dale Jordan
Mary Faye Rogers
Wray Allen Rollow
Lila Frank Scott
Virginia Sue Williamson
PAUL SCHULTZ . . . Director
BILLY CAMPBIflLL . . Suloisf
Bob Cowne, Wfray Allen Rol-
low, -lack Ellis, Al jene jordan
Mickey Thomas, Virginia Sue
Willialiison, Sara Lee Gordon.
PAUL RAY COOPER
BILL P. HARRIS
MIKE HILL .
AL GENE JORDAN
BILL MORSE .
MAR'fHADEI.I.E SMITH . . .
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Cfmirman Atlvlctif Commiltvc
JOHN E. TUCKER
HEAD COACH . . . Football and Bascball
ASSISTANT COACH . . Football
HEAI7 COACH . . Track and Bascbafl
DIRECTOR . . . Muff Pkysiral Edzcfation
First ROW: Taylor, Hunnicut, Burns, Tucker, Pearce, Wilson, Parker.
Second Row: Salmon, Keeton, Biddle, Morelork, Bynum, Hickey, Elrod, Gattin
Tfvira' Row: Anderson, Elkins, Gunner, Raslnurry, Alford, Miller, Jones, Turner
Iioznlfv Row: lVlcCluI'e, Denton, Tyler, Strickland.
HOWARD PEARCE . . President .
OHN COWNF . . Vice-Prexialeizl
DICK HUNNICUT . . Secretary-Treasurer
Bernard Anderson Leonard Hickey
Clark Beavers Ray Hohlus
Joe D. Gaul:
. FIRMAN BYNUIVI
J. O. Strickland
Co-captain Howard Pearce was an inevitable choice
for an all-state berth this year. His ability and wil-
lingness to work made him co-captain of his team.
Because of John Cowne7s absence from the line-up the
duties of leadership on the field fell squarely on the
shoulders of Captain Pearce.
Firman "Nig" Bynum was a regular tackle last
year, earned all-state honors this year, and was elected
co-captain of the 1939 eleven. Nig,s aggressiveness and
fierce rushing inspired the saying that he played most
of his games in the opponents' backfields.
A three year letterman, Garvyn "Peanut" Salmon
starred most brilliantly in the last game of his career
at Tech-the one with State Teachers last Thanksgiv-
ing. That one game, more than any other, probably
earned for him his position on the AP all-state eleven.
Letterman his first year, all-state his second and
co-captain this year is the record of big john Cowne.
Injuries received in last year's AST game kept him
from active competition this year, but he proved a valu-
able assistant to Coach Tucker in building a line so
weakened by his absence.
The referee shows nice form in following the play as
Little Salmon slarts a 50-yard run in the Bacone game.
Hickey cuddles the ball inches over the goal line in the
Mi4rray game. 86650 N
For any other team a successful seasong for Tech
an off year. Four victories, two defeats, and a couple
of tied games-142 points against 82 for their op-
ponents-tliatls the record of the 1938 Wonder Boys.
Facing one of the toughest schedules theyld seen
in years, a schedule in which setups were conspicuous
hy their absence, The Arkansas Tech boys tied two
games before hitting their stride to down the ever-fight-
ing Henderson Reddies. Central Teachers of Edmond,
Oklahoma, and Hendrix were the next victims of the
inspired Green and Golds, who met their first Waterloo
The Bacone Indians were no match for the re-
vived Techmen, and the season closed with a heart-
rending Thanksgiving loss to State Teachers.
Not given to second-guessing, Coach Tucker re-
fused to alibi his defeats. But the tale might have been
different had injuries not henched hy Clark Beavers
most of the season and kept Herbert Bridges out of
the ATC game.
TECH .... . 14
MURRAY AGGIES ..... 14
Meeting the three-time junior college champions of
Oklahoma in the seasonls inaugural, Arkansas Tech,
doped to emerge second best, outplayed the Nlurray
Aggies of Tishomingo, but were able to gain only a
tie. The Aggies secured an early seven-point lead, but
lost it in the second quarter as Ralph Turner snagged
on -li BACK
two touchdown passes and Bridges converted at both
opportunities. However, the Aggies came back in the
last quarter to push over the tying touchdown and
Teclfs aerial attack functioned well, and netted
214 yards of gain. The Green and Gold men count-
ed 14 first downs to Olclahoma's two.
TECH ....... . 0
KANSAS STATE TEACHERS . . 0
Still failing to display the brand of football to
which Tech fans are accustomed, the Wonder Boys
battled the Kansas Teachers through sixty scoreless
Two rugged lines stalemated ground attempts, so
both teams tool: to the air. Tech made 68 yards by
passing, Pittsburg made 117.
The Teachers threatened more often and drove
deeper into Tech territory, but Techis misses were by
smaller margins. Once in the closing minutes: a Tech
receiver missed a pass by inches after eluding the Pitts-
burg defense deep in Pitt territory.
Beavers suffered a lcnee injury which was serious
ly to handicap him throughout the season.
TECH ......... 26
HENDERSON STATE TEACHERS 15
The twice-tied Techmen gritted their teeth, resolved
to win, and proceeded to do so at the expense of the
Henderson Reddies the next Friday night. Flashing
Salmon on an end-around in the Teachers game.
Bridges, fry for conversion is blocked in the Edmond
game at Ft. Smilfv.
the first real brilliance they had shown this season, th:
Wonder Boys counted four touchdowns before allowing
the Reddies to score.
A Hendersoii razzle-dazzler in which the ball
changed hands four times was halted on the Tech ten
yard line, and the Redclies scored a minute later on a
plunge. Then, with the spectators beginning to leave
the stands and the timelceeper fingering his gun, Hen-
derson completed a pass from the Tech 23 for another
touchdown, the last of the game.
TECH ......... 19
CENTRAL TEACHERS COLLEGE
of EDMOND, OKLAHOMA . . 18
The Valuable toe of Herbert Bridges .shifted the
tide Techward as next weelc's game drew into the third
Relying mainly on their ground game, Tech nev r
theless scored first on a pass from Bridges to Beeson,
then watched Central push over two touchdowns. Nlore-
lock scored on an end around, and Bridges place-kicked
squarely through the uprights to put Tech in the lead.
Pearceis pass interception and an eleven-yard plunge by
Bridges placed the ball in position for Keeton to plunge
over on the next play.
Taking the next kickoff behind his own goal line,
Thompson of Central twisted 103 yards down the field
to give the spectators their biggest gasp and ffentral
their last touchdown and final serious bid.
TECH . . . 14
HENDRIX .... . . O
Hendrix College,s fighting Warriors proved a tough
bite for Tuclcer's men, but the Wonder Boys surged
through to take a fourteen point decision.
Scoreless but far from thrill-less, the game went
into the third quarter. With the fans beginning to
wonder if they were about to witness another zero-zero
deadlock, Gault grabbed a Warrior fumble deep in
Hendrix territory, paving the way for a touchdown
pass, Bridges to Nloreloclc. Moments later Bridges
broke through the line for 50 yards and another touch-
TECH . . . 0
OUACHITA ......' . 14
A muddy field, together with Leo Westbrook's an-
noying habit of punting out of bounds inside Teclfs
ten yard line, combined to bring about Teclfs first
Features of the game were the outstanding de-
fensive play of "Nig,, Bynum and Orlie Parker, and
the Bridges-to-Morelock passing attack. Both of
Duachita's touchdowns resulted from pass interceptions-
one deep in Tiger territory early in the game and the
other on the Tech thirteen-yard line late in the game.
Tech's band and a small group of followers braved
the cold and rain to see the game.
BACONE . . . . . 6
Determined to get revenge on somebody for the
defeat the week before, the Wonder Boys trampled the
A successful pass play - Salmon to Hickey - at State
Bacone Indians of Muskogee, Oklahoma, beneath the
terrific score of 62 to 6 before the visiting Dads.
Tech scored two touchdowns before the crowd
was well seated, then continued the pace to ring up
eight more. But even so, there was no "star,,' as the
list of players making Tech's ten touchdowns included
nine names, Morelock, Gault, Hamilton, Hickey, M.
Salmon, G. Salmon, Anderson, and Keeton, the only lad
who scored twice. Feather accounted for Bacone's lone
The subs saw plenty of action that day.
TECH ......... 7
ARKANSAS STATE TEACHERS . . Z1
It just wasn,t in the cards for Tech to win-a
sad summary of the Teachers game.
Tech outgained the twice-crowned champions, out-
passed them, made more first downs, but for the first
time in history came out on the losing end of a Thanks-
giving game. The Wonder Boys failed to capitalize
on six scoring chances, the teachers had four scoring
opportunities and made good on three of them.
The game was nearly over, Teachers were three
touchdowns ahead, and the cold-benumbed spectators
were beginning to drift toward the gates when Hickey
brought the stands to life by carrying the ball 35 yards
on a statute of liberty play for a touchdown. He kick-
ed the point after touchdown, and the 1938 season
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Sept. 23 . . 14 Murray Aggies
Oct. 7 . . 0 Pittsburg .
Oct. 14 . . 26 Henderson .
Oct. ZZ . . 19 Central Teachers
Oct. Z8 . . 14 Hendrix .
Nov. 4 . . 0 Ouachita .
Nov. ll . . 62 Bacone . .
Nov. 4 . . . 7 State Teachers
Total . . 142 Total
As They Meet in 1939:
. . . . fOpenj
Edmond Teachers at Edmond
Henderson, Arlcadelphia .
Murray Aggies, here
Hendrix, Conway .
Ouachita, here . . .
. . . . f Open Datej . . .
Concordia of Moorehead, Minn., here ftentative,j
State Teachers, here . .
TYLER Story goes high above his guards to score in the Ouachita game.
With only two lettermen reporting for practice last Decem-
ber, Coach Hudson looked over his squad, surveyed the crop of
freshmen, f"Tall and green," he saidj, and grimly set to work to
build a team. Captain Tim Tyler and Hildon Denton, letter-
men, and Ralph Turner formed a nucleus from which to start,
and the coach soon found in Pat Kee a consistent scorer and heady
floor man, and in Harold McGehee a six-foot four-inch forward
who knew how to take advantage of his height to sink goals.
These five, together with lanky, sharpshooting Clyde Clark, buck-
led down and with persistent work and the Tech spirit that re-
fused to be discouraged by early setbacks, formed a late-season
team that knocked off Henderson, Harding, and even the pow-
erful Hendrix quintet.
Kee, McGhee, Clark, "ShortyM Salmon and "Doi, Stanford,
all freshmen who lettered this year, make the outlook for next
yearls team the brightest in several seasons.
Wishing to give his untried freshmen a chance to display
their wares before pitting them against the best quintets of the
state, Coach Hudson matched early-season games with rhe Per-
ryvilie All-Stars and the Hector Independents. In four games with
these teams the Techmen emerged victorious, defeating the All-
Stars 30-25, and 29-26, and the Hector team, 40-16 and 53-22.
The inaugural of the conference schedule saw Tech easily
trim the Little Rock Jayces 63 to 21 in Russellville. Kee was high
point man with 19.
Meeting their first real competition, the Techmen lost to
Hendrix, 34 to 40, January 10. 1V1cGehee hit his stride to ring up
13, but Smith of Hendrix was high with 16.
Next game was on the Hendrix court, and the Warriors again
emerged on top, 32 to 44. Smith, of Hendrix, was tops with 12
points, and Kee made 11.
Following a 12-day lay-off for exams, the Woiider Boys,
strengthened by the addition of Story to the lineup, entertained
the Harding Bisons and won 60 to 50. Kee and Story made 17
and 16, respectively.
McGef7ee sinks a free throw in the game with Henderson.
The start of Tecffx Win over Henderson.
Kee, with eight points, led the Techmen in scoring, but State
Teachers, paced by Turner with 11, outlasted the Wonder Boys,
33 to 22, in Conway, January 28.
Embarking on a three-game road trip, Tech first met Hen-
derson in Arkadelphia February 2. Kee accounted for 13 points,
but the Reddies emerged on top, 32 to 39, with Ramsey scoring 16.
The Wonder Boys crossed the highway to meet Ouachita the
next night, but were unable to contend with the Tiger's one-man
scoring machine, Willard Goodwin, who made 29 points. Story
accounted for 15 as Ouachita won, 48 to 44.
Story took charge to register 18 points as the Techmen defeat-
ed the Muleriders, 46 to 41, at Magnolia, February 4.
In a return game February 7, Magnolia again succumbed to
the sharpshooting Wonder Boys, and lost a 50-36 decision. Clark's
accuracy netted him 13 points and scoring honors.
Entertaining Ouachita the next night, the Green and Golds
watched Goodwin sink six field goals and eight foul shots for
20 points and scoring honors. Kee and Story made 15 each, but
Tech lost 37 to 44.
Defensive play featured Tech's next home game February 10
as State Teachers won, 25 to 19. Kee was top scorer with 11.
With the season going into the stretch, the Techsters played
host to Henderson, February 14, and licked the Reddies, 33 to 21.
Story paced Tech with 14.
The Wonder Boys next visited the Little Rock Junior Col-
legians and added another victory to their record. Kee scored 16
to contribute to Tech's 39-18 win.
Traveling on to Searcy, Tech lost a heart-breaking but thoro-
ughly exciting game to Harding. Final score: Tech 56, Harding
57, as Roe, of the Bisons, made 19, and 1V1cC1ehee and Clark led
Tech with 14 points each.
The Techmen journeyed to Conway to meet Hendrix the
third time. Behind the leadership of Smith, who accounted for
23 points, the Warriors chalked up another victory, 57 to 39.
Facing Hendrix again in the last game of the regular season,
Tech finally found the right combination and scalped the War-
riors, 47 to 44. Kee was leading scorer with 20 points.
STATE AAU TCURNAMENT, CONWAY
Drawing the Conway Cubs, an independent NYA team, in
the first round, the Wonder Boys had little difficulty winning hy
a 54-32 count. 1V1cGehee led the Tech offensive with 13 points,
but Tisdale took game honors with 14.
But State Teachers, defending champs, proved another story.
Paced by Turner, who made 13 points, the Bears piled up a 47
to 29 score in their march to another championship. lV1cGehee
again toolc Tech scoring honors with 10 points.
Story sinks one as Ouachita players look on.
H-L ' "o' 'sf-wwe' ,
Largely responsible for the growth in popu-
larity of inter-collegiate boxing at Tech is stu-
dent coach, Ragon Kinney. In his two years
coach he and his boxers have brought five state
championships to Tech as well as national recog-
nition in the Chicago and San Francisco tourna-
ments. He has seen the sport elevated to inter-
collegiate status with the participants receiving at
Two champions, Kinney and Brown, at Ilncy prepare
for tfn' Chicago fmcrmmzvrlt.
STUD!-1NI' COACH RAGON KINNEY
Kinney has a remarkable record in boxing:
l-le is State A. A. U. and Golden Gloves light-
heavy championg he was a quarter-finalist in the
Chicago Golden Gloves tournament, and a mem-
ber of Chic:-1go's team in the inter-city matches
with New York. As this is written Kinney is
preparing to attend the San Francisco A. A. U.
meet, and if he shows up to his expected form,
he will be seriously considered for a berth on rhe
United States Olympic team in 1940.
Three Arkansas Tech boxers, Ragon Kinney,
light-heavyweight, Charles Taylor, heavyweight, and
Harold Brown, lightweight, came through with flying
colors at the Fort Smith Golden Gloves Tournament,
February 18, won state championships, and became eli-
gible to carry Arkansas' colors to the Tournament of
Champions in Chicago. Of the other Tech entries
in the tourney, Jack Beeby won two fights before he
was kayoed by the heavier Bill Stroup, who also knock-
ed out Ray Hobbs, another Tech entry, in the finals.
Billy Callan, featherweight, was defeated in the pre-
Successfully past the Fort Smith meet, the three,
Kinney, Brown and Taylor, entered the Chicago Golden
Gloves Tournament - Kinney and Brown as ama-
teurs with experience but Taylor as a rank novice. Kin-
ney advanced to the quarter-finals by winning three
fights before he finally lost a decision, which the crowd
lustily booed. Taylor and Brown won two bouts each
and reached the quarter-finals before being defeated.
The Chicago officials were so impressed by Kin-
ny,s showing, even though he was defeated, that they
invited him to wear Chicago's colors in the inter-city
match with New York. Kinney accepted and fought
and won his bout for the Chicago team.
Besides participating in the several tournaments, the
Tech boxers met Boys' Clubs from Coal Hill and Lit-
tle Rock, an Independent team from Ada, Oklahoma,
the Rogers AAU squad, and the Hendrix team in the
only intercollegiate match of the year.
Coach Kinney's inexperienced squad of first year
men won one bout, lost three, and tied one in the sea-
sonis inaugural with Coal Hill Boys, Club at Tech on
the night of December 1. Bimbo Bentley, 137-pound
slugger, scored the first of his three knock-outs in as
many fights when he gained a technical K. O. Buddy
DeLong fought to a draw, while Johnnie Mitchell, Orel
Otwell and Jay Brown lost their bouts by decisions.
With one match under their belts the Tech pugs
met the Ada, Oklahoma Independents and slugged
out a 3-2 victory over the visitors. Bimbo Bentley and
Jay Brown each won his fight when his opponent
failed to answer the third round bell. Zoe Helton, in
his only fight of the year, tossed haymakers right and
left to win a decision. Jack Beeby, in his season's de-
but, was knocked out in the third, and Buddy DeLong
Bimbo Bentley gained his third knockout of the
season, and jay Brown punched out a decision in the
bouts with Rogers, and then Tech stopped winning for
the night. Lafayette "Bones" Brown and Jack Beeby
were outpointed while Billy Callan received a technical
knockout, and Glen Rose was kayoed.
In the feature bout of the Tech-Lit-
tle Rock Boys, Club matches, state light-
weight champ Harold Brown, who enter-
ed Tech at the semester, lost a close de-
cision to Jesse Clements, and Ray Hobbs,
state welter-champ who had also just re-
entered school, was lcayoed in the third
by Marion Herman. Jack Beeby won
Tech's only victory for the night with a
second round knockout, and Billy Callan
and Jay Brown lost by technical knock-
ln the only intercollegiate competition
of the year, in which Coach Kinney used
only first year men, the Tech pugs defeat-
ed the Hendrix squad, 4-Z. Buddy De-
Long, Bob Mcllroy, James Ames, and Jay
J. Brown won hard-fought bouts, and as-
sured Tech the match. Charles Taylor,
fresh from the roar of the Chicago crowds,
lost a Z-I decision to Rodney Shaw whose
left proved to be the Bambinois undoing.
Ury Wriglit, in his first fight, came up
woosy on the count of nine in the third
round, and the fight was stopped.
Bimbo shoots a left ana' Newby, of Ada, Oklahoma, wixcly
In preparation for tfvc Fort Snzitfn tournament.
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HICKEY HAY NES STORY GATES MILLER
As spring football practice ended and Coach Tucker turned his attention to
building a baseball team, he found for material a host of freshmen and six let-
termen from the 1938 squad: Grover Fuller, pitcher, Hunk Anderson, pitcher,
Vance Haynes, first baseman, Leonard Hickey, center field, Veo Story, third base-
man, and Dale Miller, left field.
WEESE I-IoUs'roN ANDERSON HYTREK WALKUP
SAr.MoN NoGG1.Es TURNER FULLER BouNos
In their first appearance of the year the Techmen lost a close game to the
Greenbrier Independents by a score of 5-4. Hardin, freshman pitcher, held the visi-
tors to five hits, and Shorty Houston, another freshman, did yoeman work at his
shortstop position as well as batting in two of Tech's runs.
In the course of the season the Tech team played one college nine, Harding,
as well as semi-pro teams including Scranton, Ft. Smith, Greenbrier, and Paris.
STANFORD! I-IARDIN GANT DoUGLAs Tum.
ELKINS CLARK MORELOCK GIMLIN LOGAN TURNER
Eight lettermen, including two first place winners in the state meet, from last year,s
squad formed the nucleus for the 1939 traclc team. King Ganner, hurdles, Troy Reed,
mile, 880, and relays, Veo Story, pole vault, Ernest Morelock, javelin, dashes, and relays,
Grover Fuller, 4405 O. Strickland, dashes and relays, Ralph Turner, dashes, broad jump,
high jump, and relaysg and Herbert Elkins, dashes and relays, were the seasoned performers
around whom Coach Hudson built his squad.
In the freshmen Coach Hudson found material to fill out a well-balanced squad. Among
the freshmen who showed up Well in early season practice were: Clyde Clarlc, high jump,
hurdles, and javeling Roy Witclier, clashes, jim Hudson, half and mile, Brooks Logan,
dashes and broad jump, james Oliver, pole vault and javelin, Marvin Salmon, pole vault
and relays, and Fred Gross, broad jump and pole vault.
HUDSON OLIVER TYLER GANNER HOLLEY STRICKLAND
MILHOAN WHITAKER SALMON REED FULLER ROUTZONG
One of the features of the track season this year was the appearance of Glen Cunning
ham, the Kansas star who runs the mile faster than any other man who ever lived I
his demonstration here on April 11 he very easily outdistanced his Tech competition Troy
Reed and Jim Hudson, and ran the mile in 4:31 before a large crowcl on Beurlcle Fielcl
THE 1939 TRACK SCHEDULE:
. . . Freshman-Sophomore Met!
. . . . . Hendrix at Conway
. . . . . Teachers at Conway
Warner jr. College and U. Of A. Frosfv at Frqetlevllle
. . . . State Meet at Ruxsell rlle
HAMILTON WITCHER MILLER
MRS. Cacir HUDSON
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Shown here are scenes taken from the activities of
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PAULINE FAULKNER . Secretary-Treasurer
GUILA GRACE SATTERFIELD . . Reporter
G. R. TURRENTINE . . . Sponsor
Miss CHARLES JONES . . Sponsor
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Anna Lou Chambers
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Bonnie Lee Mcllroy
Nora Jean O'Neal
Mary Anna Patterson
Norma Ruth Privett
Mary Ruth Roberts
Guila Grace Satterfield
Mary Lee Shilling
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SELMA ELIZABETH HARKEY . . President
CLARA USREY . . . Vice-President
LORENE CRAVENS . . Secretary
INA WEBB . . Treasurer
MARY SUE Wooo . Sponsor
Organized in 1927 and active since then,
the Home Economics Club has a long record
of service. The club has for its aims the stimu-
lation of interest in the art of homemaking, the
creation of a bond of friendship among girls
taking the same work, and to inform Home Eco-
nomics students of the opportunities offered by
The Home Ec Club cooperates with its af-
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SIMPSON HOLLABAUGH . ROBERT PARKER
PALLIE BEST . .... DALE MILLER
LILLIAN NEAL . . . EVELYN DUGGER
ROBERT PARKER . . . OLEN CHURCHILL
EARL D. CAMP . . SIMPSON I-'IOLLABAUGH
T. A. DULANEY . Sponsor
Thomasine DuLaney Simpson Hollabaugh
fHon0rary Member, Mary Sue Jones
L. V. Murphy
Virginia Sue Williamson
Earl D. Camp
Composed of students whose grades in His-
tory are four point or better, the History Club
is one of the most exclusive organizations on the
campus. Membership is by invitation and is lim-
ited to twenty-five.
Discussions of current events, foreign and
domestic affairs, and subjects of historical inter-
cst predominate in the bi-monthly meetings.
For the second successive year the club sent
delegates to the International Relations Club con-
clave, held this year at the Oklahoma Baptist
University, Shawnee. The club was represented
by Robert Parker, Dale Miller, Lillian Neal, Vir-
ginia Sue Williamson, and T. A. DuLaney,
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EARL D. CAMP
PAUL Goonwiw .
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Rosa MARY JORDAN
NEIL I-IOSEY . .
Earl D. Camp
Rose Mary Jordan
Mary Frances Lessley
The purpose of the B. S. U. is to serve as a connect-
ing link between the Baptist student and the local Baptist
church and to promote and correlate the activities of the
various unit organizations-the Sunday School, the B. Y. P.
U., and the Y. W. A. Membership in the B. S. U., is
contingent upon membership in one of these unit organiza-
This year, the first year of organized B. S. U. work
on the Tech campus, three representatives were sent to the
All-Southern Baptist Student Conference in Memphis, Ten-
nessee. The officers of the B. S. U., together with a rep-
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MASQ UERS CLUB
First Semester Second Semester
HELEN JANE ROGERS . . . DALE lX4ILLER
T. L. COLE . . . JOHN KELLEY Coox
SELMA E. HARKEY . . . Jo TAYLOR
ALICE MORAN . .... ALICE MORAN
SIDNEY BLAKELY , E Sponsor
The Masquers Club has long had the reputa-
tion of being one of the outstanding campus or-
ganizations. This year's club was no exception.
Two plays, He Airft Done Right By Nell
and Brother james, were presented to large audi-
Mr. Sidney Blakely, sponsor, was especially
helpful to the members in many ways, and his
previous experience in professional clramatics was
The club is proud of the fact that the Bat-
tery Queen, Homecoming Queen, Campus Queen,
and yearbook Beauty Queen are members of its
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T. L. Cole
John Kelley Cook
Selma Elizabetlx I-larkey
james Paul Howard
Rose Mary jordan
Mary Agnes Redwine
Helen Jane Rogers
DINING HALL CLUB
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LORENE CRAVENS . Secretary-Treasurer
ALF SATTERFIELD . Sponsor
E. S. ToML1NsoN . Sponsor
Established in the fall of 1934 for the
purpose of promoting closer fellowship
among the student employees of the dining
ball, the Dining Hall Club has been social-
ly one of the most active of the campus or-
Because of their work which brings them
in daily contact with most of the student
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The club's dances and socials are popu-
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Bonnie Lee Harris
James Paul Howard
J. D. Huggins
YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN
INA WEBB .
The Young Woman's Christian Association,
sister organization of the YMCA, conducts many
of its activities in cooperation with the IVlen,s Y.
This year the two organizations working together
furnished a playroom in the Physical Education
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social hours, make up the programs for the
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Troyce Mae Barker
Floy jean Clayton
Mary Dell Crossno
Selma E. Harkey
Bonnie Lee Harris
Mary Sue Jones
Emma Grace King
Helen. Jane Rogers
T. L. COLE . . . President
l JOHN KELLEY COOK . . Vice-President
JANE STEWART . . Secretary-Treasurer
MRS. CECIL HUDSON Sponsor
DOROTHY PATTISON JOHN KELLEY COOK
TOMELA WRIGHT JOHN KIRKPATRICK
The Wonder Peppers, better known as
Pep Squad, displayed many colorful and in-
tricate formations at Tech's football games
lVluch of the praise for this organization
is due to the efforts of its sponsor, Mrs.
Cecil Hudson, to whom goes the credit for
its being heralded by state papers as the most
colorful unit in the state.
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l team to games at Fort Smith and Conway be-
sides appearing at all home games.
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Mrs. Cecil Hudson
Troyce Mae Barker
Harold D. Buell
John Kelley Cook
Jewell Beth James
Theresa Faye Mcllroy
John Boyd Mitchell
Anna Faye Perryman
Norma Ruth Privett
Mary Faye Rogers
Allie Maud Sharp
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YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN
First Semester Second Semester
HOLDEN SHOEMAKER . . . EARLD. CAMP
EARL D. CAMP .... ALTON OLIVER
FRANCIS REYNOLDS . . GARLAND DANIEL
HOWARD GODFREY . . . G. R. TURRENTINE
The Young Men's Christian Associa-
tion, cooperating With the national council,
intends to develop the physical, the intel-
lectual, and the spiritual life of the student.
Indeed, a momentous task.
A short devotional service, usually fol-
lowed by a social hour, was held every Tues-
day evening of the school year. This year
the YMCA, cooperating with the, YWCA,
furnished a room in the Physical Education
Building with games for the- purpose of pro-
moting good-fellowship among the students
of the college.
Three joint meetings each month with
the YWCA did much toward pushing the
two organizations forward.
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George W. Boyd'
Earl D. Camp
J. C. Dyson
Roy Lee Fisher
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OREL OTWELL .
JOE MCFERRAN .
LEON SMITI-I .
KEITH HARRIS .
ODELL I-IOLLEY .
EUGENE WARREN .
TURNER STALLINGS .
I KIPP SULLIVAN .
ELDON ROBB .
GARLAND DANIEL .
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
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The Future Farmers of America, with an
enrollment of 68, is the largest club on the campus
and one of the most active. Because of its size
and the ability of its members to cooperate, it is
usually a power in campus politics.
Two American Farmers, the highest honor
. that the National organization can grant, are
Warren and Garland Daniel.
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was the first collegiate chapter formed in America
This year it was granted Arkansas Collegiat
Charter Number l.
C. W. C. Aulsluury, Sp0n5o1Loy Fudge
C. Ai Hughes, Sponsor
A. B. Bradley
George W. Boyd
H. D. Buell
john Boyd Mitchell
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The Diary of ? ? ?
Sept. 4. Dear Diary: Well, Ilm finally at
college. Goshl Something I've dreamed ol
for years and years. I-Iere at Tech I shall ex-
ccll-well, maybe not scholas-I mean in books
but there are better fields for me. Get what I
mean, Diary? Wish I knew someone around
Sept. 5. Well, the roommate arrived today.
I didn't know they still created tyrants like
her, and if that isn't enough shels a sophomore.
She said something about Freshmen rules, but
more of that later. A11 morning I stood in
line and got sunburned. Then I are in the din-
ing hall and, Diary, the cutest boy ate at the
table I did. I-Iis name is Eugene Warren.
Just found out that he's President of the Stu-
dent Council, and has nothing to do with the
girls. I'l1 see about that. All the kids got ta-
gether in front of the dormitory and shook
hands and went home. Some fun.
Sept. 6. Tests, tests. If that's all they are
going to give around here Ilm going home right
now. They had what they call Freshman Night.
tonight, and lo and behold our group won the
prize-a jar of candy. I played the part of a
female toredore and that handsome jim Kim-
herlin was the bull, and in the end we trucked
off together, right on to the campus and to the
dormitory. Hels darling.
Sept. 7. Classes started today-Ye Gods-
they told me to buy dozens of books, but, that
is not whaQ I came to school for. james Paul
Howard and I got acquainted today-he's to
be the drum major-oh, man! Also I made
myself known to Robert Parker as I hear he's
editor of the paper, and what I need is pub-
Sept. 8. Met Howard Pearce, captain of
the football team. Conceited, I'm told.
Sept. 9. Well, we got to stay out until 10
tonight, and guess who I had a date with-
fohn Kelley Cook-whotta man.
Sept. 14. Freshman rules started today, and
they made me buy a silly little old green arm
band, and informed me that I was to wear it
all the time-even to bed. No make-up-that
slays meg I look like the side of a barn without
make-up. Dorothy Pattison made me lead a
yell in the Techionary this afternoon, they tell
me she was yell leader last year-I guess I
showed her how it's done. Freshman Reception
tonight. More handshaking.
Sept. 17. I'm now a member of the pep
squad. They had a meeting tonight and elect-
ed T. L. Cole president. What's he gat that
makes everyone like him?
Sept. 18. I guess you know Rose Mary
jordan and Margie McDaniels made me polish
eight pairs of white shoes tonight.
Sept. 21. My first college football game.
We played Murray and tied, 14-14. I mean
Ralph Turner went to town in that game-
gotta meet that man. Herbert Bridges wasnit
Sept. 22. Dorothy Pattison, Tomela Wright,
,lohn Kelley Cook, Roy Kirkpatrick and Fran-
cis Reynolds are the cheer leaders for this year.
Made my first college dance tonight. Went
with Buddy Oliver, and boy, can he dance. He
told me to treat him just like a sister.
Sept. 26. Diary this is the craziest place.
Tonight Pallie Best and Alice Moran made me
sing the Alma Mater and all the football songs.
They say that the Best girl is always in love.
Sept. 30. We elected Dan Stephens presi-
dent of our class, which made the Privett girl
Oct. 5. Arka-Tech out today but no Shad-
ow, clon't like that.
Oct. 13. They elected Selma E. Harhey
I-Iomecc-ming Queen today. foe D. politicked
all day in, Main and I guess he got results.
Oct. 15. Joined Masquers Club tonight and
after the initiation can't say Ilm so enthusiastic
about it. Didn't Chappell look cute as Daisy
boys have to
Oct. 17. All rh-3 Freshmen
grow beards for Homecoming. Won't they
Oct. 19. Marthadelle Smith must be some
woman, Diary. She keeps two or three on the
string all the time-it's George Davis and
Mike Hill now.
Oct. 23. Went on special train to Ft. Sm'th
and beat Edmond 19-18. Coming back on the
special the lights went out-O, boy!
Oct. 24. Pallie Best is going with Conlon
Ladd now. Who next? '
Maintain the convenience and service to campus life this
place offers by patronizing it as has been the refreshing custom
ot' others during the two years of its existence.
linjoy "that good old fellowship" where students meet, as
well as the many good things to drink and eat here.
Alsog a line ot' student necessities is handled along with the
regular textbooks and school supplies.
It is the aim ot' the management and employees ot' this in-
stitution to cooperate with the College Officials, the Instructors,
the various student organizations :md the students in making
Tech El better school to attend.
You will always find 11 welcome, and prices very l'C2lS0ll-
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Oct. 26. Trickled over to assembly to hear
Dr. jones tell of what happened at Munich,
whatever it was that happened there.
Oct. 8. Homecoming. We beat Hendrix
14-0. Lots of alumni around and lots of ex-
cited sophomores. We had to dress in p. jfs
for the pep meeting, but it was fun.
Oct. 29. Well, Bryan has ditched Slvoernali-
er, Bridges, Dunn, etc. to marry the kid back
Oct. 30. Got my beauty snapped for the
Nov. 4. Ouachita beat us 14-0, horrible,
but our team really tried.
Nov. 9. Editor Parker finally picks his
staff, and can you imagine that George Davis
being on it.
Nov. ll. Pop's here, it's Dad's Day. We
fair smeared Bacone 62-6 for the benefit of the
Nov. 12. Dean's List announced today.
Wouldn't it be grand to know as much as that
six-pointer Lillian Neal. Guess I'm dumb.
Nov. 13. Linton and Mack seem to have
quite a case. Personally, I prefer Southern
Genelemen. Mack is slightly toward the egot-
istical side, too.
Nov. 14. We all have to wear "Beat Teach-
ers" signs on our backs from now until Thanks-
giving. You know I don't think that is a bad
Nov. 15. The Studor Brothers presented a
chapel program tonight. Sounded exactly Ar-
kansas hill-billy music, but it really was Swiss.
Nov. 16. That Layl thinks she has Huniii-
cutg just wait until Thacker gets back on the
Nov. 17. Very stiff "Program Dancev in
the lounge tonight. Step-one-two-slide-
step, et cetrag yes, you didn't dare do more.
Dear M. Dunn, would that I had your lazy
smooth line-even when you're bored. We all
flocked to the punch bowl like a bunch of pigs,
but that was the only moment when we could
relax. I invited Bill Witt Campbell, not bad.
Nov. 22. Bear meat tonight! Looks like the
whole town is up in arms to help us beat Teach-
ers. Pep Meeting after supper. Everybody,
including faculty, almost cried-and some did.
Nov. 24. Well, we didn't beat Teachers-
they beat Tech 21-7. Coming back on the spe-
cial I sat with Bridges in the car where all
the football men were. We didn't play bridge.
Nov. 25. Ted Shawn and his dancers ap-
peared tonight. But no one could truthfully
say that he enjoyed it. It was over our heads.
Even joe Harris couldnit explain it to me.
Nov. 26. Freshman Barn Dance. l-lay and
everything. Sue Preston and Odell Holley won
the prize for the best dressed farmers. 'Fraid
my date, Billy Fulrner, don't remember much
about the evening.
Dec. 2. Well, I guess I won,t have a chance
with Cope, Tiny Reclwine has him under con-
Dec. 3. Tiny Redwine, Chappell, and Stew-
art were campused tonight for throwing dust
pans down the hall. However, M. Pattison is
the real campused queen of the dormitory.
Nothing ever happens to me.
Dec. 4. Neil I-Ioxey is elected Battery
Queen. What's the matter with these men? I
think my average is slipping.
Dec. 6. Over to the legitimate theatre to
see Little Nell, Marynelle Morgan done right
Dec. 7. Football dance, tonight-glorious
time. Dated "Romeo" Morelock. Whatta manl
Bynum and Beeson are co-captains for next
year. Apparently Beeson had a good t'me even
though his woman was campused.
Dec. 8. Those poor boys going into the T
Association. I-low the members beat them!
Dec. 9. Battery Dance. Everyone had a
merry time. Tommy Rogers may have dated
D. Pattison, but he didnit forget by a long
shot that I was there.
Dec. 10. The campus is littered with silly
little old high school Home Ec's, topwaters.
Dec. 13. Merry time shooting firecrackers
in the dorm. Miss B. is in Jonesboro.
Dec. 15. Xmas party in the lounge for un-
der-privileged children. Guess Caraway has a
heart after all.
Dec. 17. Off for home and the Christmas
Jan. 1. Well, the grind starts again. Guess
who met me at the Train-none other than
B017 Riley-Diary, I rate.
Jan. 6. In the dog house just because I
leaned out of a window and kissed Woody
Brakefiela' after he so graciously trotted to the
Techionary to get me a sandwich.
Jan. 7. We beat Little Rock C. in basket-
ball tonight-I guess we showed them "city
Jan. 13. Sport Dance tonight in the arm-
ory. Wiley Beelvy won the prize. My date-
Mallet-couldn,t win a hog-calling contest.
Jan. 18. Semester exams. Wish now I had
listened to mama.
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Jan. 20. The campus is aroused over the
Cumnock-Stephens feud over Privett. Nobody
ever fights over me.
jan. 22. Passed everything in the exams.
jan. 24. Game with Harding and we won,
60-50. I like Kee-and Story too.
jan. 30. Grand President's Ball-large time
-good crowd. McClesleey should attempt to
have a clear head when out with Pattie.
Feb. 1. To the armory and assembly tonight
to heat Dr. Albert tell of Americals chances
for neutrality. Would know more about it if
I hadn't sat by Hickey-he just donlt want to
Feb. 3. Went skating in the armory with
Herman lynclv. Too bad that he canlt skate
as well as he can dance. He spent most of his
time dusting off the floor.
Feb. 11. Dance tonight-a mild affair. J.
O. and Pattison should have kept their friend
from climbing over the rail and dropping from
the balcony. Cumnock and Warren were quick
to pitch him out.
Feb. 14. I'd just like to know who sent me
an old Maid comic Valentine-signed "Hit-
lerv-bet it was that imbecelic King Ganner.
Feb. 15. Met the new P. E. teacher today,
Miss Gainey. Shels taking a class-including
me-to ASTC for the festival today. Think I
Feb. 16. Caraway Tea Dance-too many
women-it was vice versa. How the women
rushed Hairless joe.
March 3. Student Council Dance-and
very very few there. These Tech boys prac-
tically refuse to take dorm girls to the dances-
why, I don't know. Anyhow, little fimmfe
Critz thinks he got a break!
March. 5. Kinney, Brown and that conceit-
ed Taylor got back from Chicago today. Gee,
those guys are the class in boxing.
March 8. Realwine, Parker, Davis, and Pat-
tison play bridge in the lounge every evening.
Imagine that George Davis playing a mild
game like bridge. Hels slowing up or some-
March 10. Bowery Dance. Ganner looked
perfect and Marynelle Morgan looked like a
little bar-fly. I wonder if Ladd-they call
him NI-lit The Bottle"-could dance if he were
sober. He sho can when he' isn't.
Marcli 14. A whiz-bang of a boxing match
tonight. H. Brown called the match. Speak-
ing of H. Brown I could go for his crooked
rmile in a "beeg,' way.
March 17. Engineers' Day-Good thing it
doesn't come but once a year. They tell me
that the Boys' dorm was practically wrecked.
March 18. Engineers' Dance-and a glori-
cus time was had by all-that is, all who could
March 23. Spring Holidays-enough said.
March 25. To Little Rock for the Tech
party at the Casino. About 40 there. Ronfden
forgetting his Dixie,
didn't have any trouble
but 1 mean the best-looking girl at the party-
including my honorable
Bnllerls date. How he must ratel Came by
into handsome Bill
Harris at the Races.
Hot Springs and ran
Weaver and jolly Bill
Their faces were rather long, though.
March 27. Again the campus is littered
with the little High School Kiddies. Met some
of my country cousins, a bit embarrassing for
il person who has come up in the world.
March 31. Spring football game-looks
like we will have a swell team next year. The
announcing was terrible. We went exclusive
and attended a Topwater dance, which looked
like a Tech dance, only most of the people were
sober. Date, Bob Cowne.
April 4. These long warm days just make
me too lazy for words-1 go to sleep in class,
of all places. I want to go home, and it wonlt
April 10. Got Glen Cunningham's auto-
April 12. The park is a popular place and
becoming more popular all the time. Gee, what
a place to spend the twilight hours. I was there
but not alone. Spring's getting me.
April 20. Everybody is getting all excited
about the coming student elections. We are
going to elect student council president, editors,
business managers, and all.Joe McClure asked
me to vote for him for president and darned
if I donlt think 1 will.
April 25. Made up my mind to vote for
Boly West, too. Don't know about the others.
May 3. You have to hand it to those Agris
because they really can toss a dance. I and
date Pat Kee enjoyed it. It was pretty dark at
the dance but-nevertheless.
May 15. Got my yearbook today, and pro-
ceeded like everyone else to get it full of auto-
graphs and bright sayings and the like. Oh,
that candid shot at me, it wasn't complimentary
May 20. Graduation days are here and
don't those sophomores look dignified in cap
and gown. Said goodby to my one and only,
and today I leave for home. But I'l1 be back
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