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WlDR. C. F. WIEST, professor emeritus of philosophy, whose teachings during the past twenty-eight years have been a guiding inspiration toward high ideals among the students of Fort Hays State, we dedicate the 1949 REVEILLE.
Although no longer an active member of the faculty, Dr. Wiest s sound advice and counselling are still sought by Fort Hays students who feel a deep respect and admiration for his human understanding. His inspiring words, his love for truth and beauty, and his never-tiring service to his school and community, will always remain as a permanent influence upon the thousands of people who know him. Not only is he a truly great teacher, he is also a truly great friend.
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iiiiMISS WILMA M. WOLF Dean of Women
MR. HUGH BURNETT
Director of Extension Service
Assistant Professor of Political Science.
DR. W. D. MORELAND Dean of Men
Professor of Political Science and Sociology; Head of Department.
DR. FRED W. ALBERTSON
Chairman of Graduate Division
Professor of Botany; Head of Department.AIDING THE administration and faculty in making campus decisions is the Student Council, a popularly elected group which has as its purpose the enforcement of the will of the student body as a whole. This group with three representatives from each class as well as three from the campus at large, is the democratic body which fulfills the student ideal of self-government. The group takes an active interest in keeping a working code of rules and better-
ing the life of the student on the campus whenever possible.
Led by John Murphy, president, the council took a lead during the year in arranging such activities as the Saturday night varsities and the collection drive for the annual March of Dimes campaign.
Other officers for the year were Archie Harman, vice-president; Rosanna Healy, secretary-treasurer. Dr. E. R. McCartney is sponsor for the group.
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HAROLD GILL Hays
DORIS ROBINSON Osborne
CHARLES SWENSON Gove
PAUL ANDREE Otis
MARVEL HULL WoodstonBERNITA BILLINGS Penokee
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JOSEPHINE GOODNOUGH Hays
ELEANOR RIEGEL Ford
DON SLECHTA Ellsworth
MARY ALICE GOTTSCHALK Hays
GILBERT ELLITHORPE Batavia, III.LELAND BALTHAZOR Polco
JAMES BEARDEN Phillipsburg
PAUL ANDREE Otis
GLEYN LOWE .....................Vice-President
JAMES THURMAN .......................President
BERNITA BILLINGS ..........Secretory-Treasurer
FERN E. BREEDEN Quinter
ROBERT BUCHHOLZ Wakeeney
GLORIA BUCK Sawyer
WINTON CROWN Agra
CRAIG CULLEY Hays
DONALD DAVIS Mankato
BETTY DEUTSCHER Ellis
DELMAR DEY Osborne
JEAN EARL Hoys
GILBERT ELLITHORPE Batavia, III.
ALVA FARRINGTON Lucas
MARY LOU FELLERS Hoys
DON FERGUSON Menlo
—28—LOIS BELL Selden
BERNITA BILLINGS Penokee
ALFRED BIRDSELL Beloit
FLORENCE BOOTH Greensburg
GLADYS BRECHEISEN Offerle
ARBARA CANNON CHARLES CLEVELAND LOREN COLE LORENE COLLINS ROBERT COMSTOCK
Goylord Wellington Almeno Kansas City, Mo. Selden
OHN DICKERSON Meode
DONALD DIXON Almeno
WILLIAM DODRILL CLEM DREILING
GILBERT DREILING Victorio
Refer to Pages 128 and 129 for Senior Activity Roster.
)NALD C. FLEMING LILLIAN FORSYTH Kansas City Medicine Lodge
■■IDEWEY FOSS Lorned
RUTH FRESHOUR Hoys
ROGER FURGASON Shields
HAROLD GILL Hoys
JOSEPHINE GOODNOUG Hoys
JAMES HOPPER Gem
LAURENCE HULL Woodston
MARVEL HULL Woodston
DALE HUXMAN Ness City
KENNETH JOHNSTON Great Bend
clial McDonald james mcvey
Garden City Hill City
CLIFTON PARKER Iron wood, Mich.
GEORGE PATTERSON Hoys
PHYLLIS PAULEY Woodston
JOHN PAULK Russell
WARREN PETERSON Falun
MAX LOWISH Hoys
RALPH LUEVANO Wellington
Pol COtARY A. GOTTSCHALK MARVIN HARDY ARCHIE HARMAN FRANCIS HARMAN NELSON HARTMAN
Hoys Long Island Kinsley Hoys LoCrosse
BILL JONES MINNIE KELLUM VINCENT KING GLENNIS LINDSEY GLEYN LOWE
Utica Dodge City Barnard Kanopolis Wakeeney
VIRGINIA MILLEN Seneca
JAMES MOOREFIELD Hoisington
MAXINE NELSON Gem
PHYLLIS NICHOL Hill City
FRED NIMZ Arnold
BETTY READ Hays
—31—ESTHER RICE Hill City
ELEANOR RIEGEL Ford
DORIS ROBINSON Osborne
EDWARD ROGERS Hoys
NED ROLFS Genesco
PHYLLIS SHEARER Arnold
WILLIAM SHOOK Victorio
LELAND SIMMONS Bornord
DON B. SLECHTA Ellsworth
DUANE SLOAN Lebanon
ELEANOR STUPPY CHARLES SWENSON JAMES THURMAN VERNON WALKER NORMAN WALTER
Barrington, III. Gove Rozel Hoys Norton
-32—JOSEPH SEAMAN Bloomington
PHILLIP SHANLINE Turon
A J. SOMERS FRANKS Bloom
WILMET SQUIRE Wichita
JEAN STEEPLES Pa I co
CARL STEPP Dorronce
MARLYN STORM Hoys
WAYNE WINGO WILLIAM WOOD
ADOLPH MARES Luray
Refer to Pages 128 and 129 for Senior Activity Roster.
—35—JOHN BERLAND RUTH ANN BIEHLER Hoys Collyer
BILL BOLAN Ploins
ROBERT ABERNATHY Goylord
WILLIAM BRIN Ploinvillc
LAWRENCE ALEXA Hoys
ROGER BROWN Smith Center
WALTER ANDROES Newton
RICHARD 8URNETT Hoys
CLYDE DENTON Goodlond
FRANCIS FREELAND Wichita
RALPH DESCH Hoys
GERALDINE GALE Goodlond
FRED DEYOE Hoys
HERBERT GIEBLER Hoys
ROY DUELL Ruleton
LAVERN GOETZ Victoria
JIM DUNCAN Solino
ROBERT GORHAM Turon
ELSIE DUNHAM Hoys
SAM GORHAM Turon
AL8ERTA HEUFTLE MARY LEE JAMES LOYAL JOHNSON RAY L JOHNSON HARRY JOHNSTON JUDITH KAHN
Ookley Stockton Belpre Hordtner Zurich Jomoico, N. Y.
—54 —JOE ANSTINE Hoys
CECIL CALVERT Hoys
MEDFORD ATHERTON Hooker, Oklo
8ILL CAMPBELL Beloit
NORMAN BALDWIN ALCIDE BALTHAZOR McCrockcn Polco
L BALTHAZOR Polco
RICHARD BARRETT Beloit
REX CURTIS Wellington
CHARLES CROSS Lewis
JOE DAUBER Bunkerhill
DONALD DAWSON Ford
ROBERT FAUROT KEITH FITZGERALD
WANDA ELLIS Kingmon
BOB HANEY Russell
MERRILL DURR Ransom
ROBERT GRASS Hoys
BOB EICKBUSH Hoys
RALPH GUY Hoys
BILL CAMPBELL President
WANDA LOWE Secretary-Treasurer
MYRON McKINLEY ..................Vice-President
EDSEL LEE KING Dombey, Oklo.
RICHARD KITCH Ness City
HARRIET KLENK Wokeency
GAYLE KRAUS Belleville
PAUL KRAUSE Scott City
MARJORIE LEBSACK NORMA LEWIS Hoys Kinsley
WANDA LOWE Wokeency
ABE MILLER BONNIE MILLER PAUL MILLER PHILIP MORGAN LEON MORLAN JOHN MURPHY J
Wokeency Mocksville Jctmore Atwood Protection Garden City
JACK PHIPPS Hoys
IRMA SKINNER Neodesho
FRED POHLMAN WILFRED ROBERTS PAUL RUGGLES JANE RUTH
Notomo Hill City Notomo El Dorado
JEAN L. SMITH MILTON SNEDDON NORVIN SNOOK MARILYN SOMERS CHARLES t-Hoys Ransom Ford Bloom Lykenfc
MARY BELLE PHIPPS Hoys
ROBERT SMITH Hoxie
BRUCE TR|BLE HENRY UNRUH GEORGE VEMICH ROBERT WAGNER ORVILLE WAHL CLARENCE WALTERS FELIX V W
Kolco ' Cossoday Zeigler, III. Kinsley McCracken Hoys H •
-Kt-LOIS WELCH Great Bend
NEFF WILDS Collycr
NEIL YOUNG Woodston
ELAINE WILLIAMS Hoys
DORRILL GEORGE Sublette
SOPHIA BLEY Rozel
AL LOWENTHAL Hoys
DOROTHY LUCE Col Iyer
REX MARXMILLER Smith Center
WAYNE MATHESON Notomo
RICHARD McCALL Wokeeney
WILLIAM ORTH Mt. Hone
LELAND PAGE Proirie View
DALE PATTERSON Bison
CARL PAUSTIAN LaCrosse
RUSSELL PENNINGTON Bogue
MAX SHEPARD Emerson, lo.
HERMAN TRAPP Russell
JOE NOVATNY Zurich
FORREST SCHUHS Lomont
JOHN TOMANEK Collver
GEORGE SCHMIDT Beloit
ROBERT SCHMIDT LoCrosse
WILBER SCHRAEDER Lorncd
PY CLINTON TALBERT Ellis
WARREN TEASLEY Notomo
SHIRLEY THARP Russell
GLEN THOMPSON Beeler
RICHARD DILSAVER Vice-President
EUGENE BIRD .................Secretory-Treasurer
RACHEL ALEXANDER RUTH ANN ANDREE Ulysses Otis
ROBERT BLUM Menlo
ELEANOR BOGART Hoys
JOHN CARMODY GLENN CONNER KIM COOP JOHN CRAIG
Hoys McCracken Pawnee Rock Hoys
DONALD CRIPPEN St. Francis
JOSEPH CROWN Agro
CURTIS ERICKSON Jennings
JOHN FARRELL Hill City
IDA JO FAUROT Sublette
SARAH FLOYD Hays
WILLIAM FORNEY La Crosse
CAROL GRIMES Alton
JACK GRIFFIN Logon
HARLAN HOFFMAN ROBERT HOOKER Lyons Winona
HELEN HAGGARD Gorham
HARLEY HORNER Goodlond
ULA JEAN HALL Ogallah
CAROL HORNBAKER Stafford
ELAINE HAM8URG Ellis
JO HUBBARD Wo I do
LUETTA HANSON Wokceney
GERALD HUBER Wakeeney
RUSSELL HANS | Monkoto
PATRICIA HYDi Osborne
—38—IARLENE AUSTON ROY BARBER Alexonder Hugofon
ALYCE BARSTOW VERNON BELL Mocksvillc Studle
ROBERT BENOIT HERSCHEt. BETTS Hoys Oberhn
EUGENE BIRD Hoys
FRANCIS BOCQUIN BARBARA CALDWELL
SHIRLEY BRITT 8loomington
IDA LEE BRUST Cloflin
DONALD BURTON Russell
V. BRUNGARDT Wolkcr
•WARD BRAZDA Timken
PHYLLIS DUFFY Menlo
GILBERT DREILING Victorio
RUSSELL DUER Alton
RICHARD DILSAVER Kensington
MNETH DELLETT Hoys
G. GOTTSCHALK Hoys
ROBERT GIEBLER Hoys
HAROLD GIEBLER Hoys
ROY GERTSON Larncd
UANE FOULK Turon
:FORD JACKSON RITA JACOBS NOLA JAMES BILL JELLISON
Winono Fairport Stockton Culver
NELVA LEE GILES Hopewell
BETTY HENNING Bclprc
GLADYS GOETZ Victorio
JACK HENRY Ploinville
-59-LESLIE M. JONES Hill City
THEODORE JURY Cloflin
C. A, KVASNICKA Wokeeney
P. LANCASTER Chicogo, III.
TERRY KEELEY Pawnee Rock
SHIRLEY KING Ellis
WANDA LATAS Rozel
GENE McNUTT Hays
JOHN MULLENDER Waldo
DONALD NIEHAl Edmond
ALICE MEYER Almeno
MARTHA MORLAN Protection
KENNETH MOCK Plainvillc
EDWIN MITCHELL Loveland, Colo.
ARLENE PETERS Raymond
EUGENE RAY Ford
GEORGE PETRASE K Jennings
NORMA POWERS Bunkerhill
CHARLES PYWELL Palco
DONALD PITTMAN Woyne
HENRY POHLMAN Natoma
M. SCHEUERMAN Alexonder
SHIRLEY SCHMIDT Ellinwood
L. SCHMIDTBERGER Victoria
RAYMOND SCHULTE EVELYN SCHUET Volker Bison
WANDA SCHUHS Dresden
RUSSELL ZANt Protection
AUGUSTINE ZERR Park
FRED STUMP Lgke City
JULIA SULLIVAN Liberal
BETTY SWICK Lyons
JANE SNYDER Almeno
CURTIS TARRANT Bucklin
GILBERT TRACY Waldo
VIRGINIA UBELAK Osborne
SHIRLEY GRAFEL ROBERT KING Herndon EllisSACK JACLYN LEWIS BILL MAHONEY ROBERT MALONE ROBERT McCLELLAN J. McCONNAUGHHAY REX McCONNELL VIRGIL McKINZIE
Russell Bunkcrhill St. Froncis Zurich Lamed Minneolo Obcrlin
AH R. NULTON
MARCUS OLIPHANT Offerle
JIM PAXSON Penokcc
CHARLES PEARSON Garfield
EDO HELEN REISING RAYMOND RICKE MARY BETH RIGGS FERN RINGEISEN FRANCIS ROBINSON ELEANOR ROCKWELL MELVIN ROEDER Konsos City Zcndo Sotonto Sharon Springs Osborne Hoys Prairie View
L. SHOTTENKIRK RALPH SHRAUNER EUNICE SIM MARILYN SLAYTON JOHN SMITH RUBY SNAVELY JOHN STADELMAN Gorfield Protection Oakley Ulysses Ulysses Sublette Hoys
JAMES VINES Attica
LEONA WASINGER ROSE WENTWORTH Schoenchen Hoys
BETTY WERNER Hays
SHIRLEY WILSON Hays
ALICE WORLEY Porodise
IRENE WYLIE Phillipsburg
JAMES AHRENS Grccnsburg
WILUS ANSCHUTZ Russell
JAMES BABI Wokeeney
DELORES BAAIMAN Grinnell
DORIS BINDER Hoys
PAT BOLANI Proirie View
ILENE 80DGI Portis
RAYMOND BERLAND 8AR8ARA BILLINGS Hoys Penokcc
DALE 8ENDA Colby
DORIS CARSO Russell
TOM BYERLEY KonsosCity
GENE CAMP8ELL CLARK
ALICE 8ULLOCK Monter
EULAH BULLOCK F. BURMEISTER Monter Hoys
MARILYN DIE' Wakeeney
THAINE CROWN COLLETA CURTIS DONNA LEE DARBY Agro Wellington Hoys
VESTA De80ER Proine View
MARY DINKEL Victorio
LAVERNE DAVIS Hill City
C. DEUTSCHER Ellis
JUNIOR FLINI Ness City 1
DOROTHY FLEMING ROBERT FLEENOR Kono pol'S Hcoly
IRENE ENGEL Hoys
JIM FEASTER Cloflin
DOROTHE D GORE Sterling
NADA GRIFFITH Wokeeney
MARY A HALBLEIB OPAL HAMBUK Brownell________________Ell is___
VADA GRIFFITH Wokeeney
DON HALL Russell
LOWELL HAWKS Goodlond
MARY L HARVEY Bush ton
JO EVA HINKHOUSE MARY ALICE HOGAN Polco Kinsley
ALMA HU8ER Ellis
■MARY HOOKER Winono
StocktonDON CLARK Dighton
V.' DOUGHERTY CARLENE DUNCKER
•BERT FOSb Lorncd
LEE FOX Rozol
:L HAMILTON VERNA HANSON LEINAD HARDMAN
DALE JAMES Shields
-JNIE IRWIN Gorhom
VERNA LOU JACOBS Hoys
CHARLES BEHRENS Alger, Mich.
MERLE BAWER Powrvee Rock
CHARLES BARNES Phillipsburg
MARLAN BARSTOW NORMA BASGALL Mocksv.llc Hoys
JEAN BARRY Smith Center
DON BAKER Greot Bend
Ash lo rid
EVELYN BRADSHAW Oakley
A 8RANDY8ERRY Hill City
FLORINE BRUNDAGE GILBERT BRUN' Brownell Victoria
LUCILLE BOYD Phillipsburg
MARGARET BRANT Hill City
ERMA BOTT McCracken
WILMA BRISCOE Solino
GEORGE CRAMER Heoly
DON CLARK Dighton
DUANE CONGER Codcll
LEW COSTELLO Scott City
GUY CONNER McCrocken
MARVINE CONVERSE Lorncd
DENZELL EKEY Codcll
LORES EASTLACK Ookley
ADRIAN EGBERT Hill City
D-NELLE EHRLICK Hoys
JOHN BOLAN............................ President
DONALD JONES EllisRu™ JE£UCKA ELAINE JOHNSON VELDA JOHNSON
EUGENE KEADY Dighton
CLETUS KARL If
TOM KEELEY Rock
LEWIS LOESCH Roymond
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R08ERT LOOMIS Alton
CAROL MUNSON ANN MURPHY LuELMA MURRAY MARY MYE
Hoys Lo Crosse Scott City Plains
ROBERT MICHENER JIMMY MOORE Hoys Otis
JAMES MULDER ELVERA MUNSELL Logon Hoys
CALLISTUS PFEIFER VERDEL PFISTER MYRON PINKSTON NORMAND PRATT MYRNA PRIOR
MARY B SCHARTZ Ellinwood
C. SCHLICHER Hoxie
JAMES SEACHORD Steele City, Ncbr
BETTY SEE Ransom
D. SIDEBOTTC Great 8cnd
BARBARA SCOTT Lorned
C. SELTMANN Alexander
LESTER SEUSER Bison
JOHN TOMLINSON MARION TOMPKINS ALLEN TREXLER MARGARET UNRUH 8 VAN DE W Overload Pork Byers Hill City Cossodoy Proinc View
LoQUITA SPEM Ogolloh
ETHELMAE WILSON Mocksville
LEON WOLFORD Claflin
W WILLENBERG Wichito
DARLENE WINTERS LoSollc Colo.
B L WILKERSON Hoys
DWIGHT YORK Heoly
R ZIMMERMAN McCrocken.UTIE LOSEY Gove
FLOYD KINSINGER Ness City
GORDON KIBBEE Rondoll
BONNIE KNITIG Rexfo'd
M. LAUNCHBAUGH JULIUS LEGLEITER NORBERT LEI Moxic LoCrosse Hoys
VIVIAN MARCOTTE Wirvono
D. MARHOFER Arnold
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KENNETH ODOM Mocksville
ELEANOR ORMSBEE Smith Center
BILL PEMBLETON Hill City
GAYLE PEMBLETON Hill City
DORA J. NICHOL Polco
CONNIE PARR Piorccville
ROY RICHARDS Offcrle
LUGENE RITTER Hois ington
JO ROTHENBERGER MARVIN RUEHLEN Osborne Lorned
ANNIE RICE H.ll City
LOIS ROBINSON Hill City
JANIS STEVENSON Codell
JERRY STARKEY Hovilond
NORMA STORM LoCrosse
DALE SUTTON Arnold
DOROTHY SWICK Lyons
NORVIN TARN Gypsum
WES SUMPTER Downs
RREN SMITH Gove
ALFRED WEISNER Ellis
CHARLES WEBB Kensington
LON WELL. JR.
MARY WEIDNER Sublette
VIOLA WEIGEL Hoys
AtticoHERBERT BARKLEY Hoys
CLAUDE BRAY Miltonvole
JACK FINCH Jomcstown
MILFORD JOHNSTON Zurich
NELLIE ADDISON Hoys
L. C NEAL OgollohELIZABETH AGNEW Deon Emeritus of Women
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E. (. ALMQUIST Assistont Instructor in Photogrophy
ALICE BEESLEY Professor of Home Economics and Heod of Department
KATHERINE BOGART Assistant Prolessor of English
D. I BROOKS Assistont Professor of Mathemotics end Physics
OR. HAROLD (HOGUIU Professor of Chemistry Heod of Deportment
DR RALPH V. COOER Professor of EngWsh ond Heod of Deportment Choirmon of longvoges ond literature
KENNETH COOK Instructor in Business Administration
MARION COUiSON Assistont Professor of English
EUGENE CRAINE Assistont Professor of History
EDWIN OAVIS Professor of Induslriol Arts ond Heod of Deportment
GAYNELLE DAVIS Associote Professor of Education end Director of Elemenlory Education
Instructor in Biology
EUGENE ETTER Assistont Professor ol Mothemotics
LUCILLE FELTEN Assistont Professor of Music
WAITER FLEMING Assistant Professor of Mothemotics
ALEX FRANCIS Assislent Professor of Physical Ejection Heed Trock Cooch
NAOMI GARNER Assistont Professor of English
OIL HARLEY GARRETT Assistont Professor of Educotion
JOHN 0. GARWOOD Assistont Professor of Business AdministrationEMMA GOEDEN Asseciote Professor o(longsege
MAUDE GORHAM Assistant Professor of Psychology
PAUl B. GROSS Atsociote Professor ol Physkol Education
0 . SAMUEL HAMILTON Htod el Philosophy Deportment
I ELAND HEIN2E hstruclor in Jojenoliim
OR. LEON HEPNER Associate Pielcssor ol Zoology
OR. GENEVA HERNOON Instructor in Speech
RALPH HUFFMAN Htod (ooch ol Foetbd Assistant Piofrssor ol Physkol Edvcotion
HARUN JOHNSON hstruclor in Cheehstry
HARRIET KETCHUM Instructor in Speech
MABEL LACEY Assistont Professor ol English
LAWRENCE LEE Assistant Protester ol Political Science
CARL MALM BERG .ssociote Professor ol Mask
Assistant Professor ol Methemotics
EDWIN MARTIN Instrvctor in Zoology
HENRY J. McFARLANO Assistont Professor ol Biology
ESTHER HAYES Assistont Instrvctor in Musk
MOOESTO JACOMNI Professor ol longuoge ond Heod o Deporlmtnl
HELEN MAASER Assistant Professor ol Musk
OR ROBERT T. McGRATH Prolessor of (dvcolioa ond Heed of Deportment
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fllZAKTH AGNEW Deon Emeritus of Women
(. (. AlMOUtST AssHl ont Instructor in Photogrophy
ALICE BEESLEY Professor of Home Economics end Heed of Deportment
KATHERINE BOGART Assistenl Professor of Engtsh
OR HAROIO (HOGUIIl Professor of Chemistry Heod of Deportment
DR. RALPH V. (ODER Professor of English end Heod of Deportment (heirmon of longuoges ond lileroture
KENNETH COOK Instructor in Easiness Administrotion
MARION (0UIS0N Assistont Professor of English
EDWIN DAVIS Professor of Industrial Arts ond Heod of Deportment
GAYNEllE OAVTS Associate Professor of fdueotion ond Oirector of Eltmenlory Education
WAITER FLEMING Assistont Professor of Mothemoties
AlEX FRANCIS Assistont Professor of Physical Education Heod TroeJc (ooch
NAOMI GARNER Assistont Professor of English
OR. HARLEY GARRETT Assistont Professor of Education
0. K BROOKS Assistont Professor of Mothemoties end Physics
EUGENE (PAINE Assistont Professor of History
Assistont Professor of Music
JOHN D. GARWOOD Assistont Professor ol Easiness AdministrationEMMA GOLOEN Assotide Professor of lonjuoge
MAUDE GORHAM Assistant Professor of Psychology
PAUL B. GROSS Associote Professor of Physicol Education
OR. SAMUEL HAMILTON Heod of Philosophy Department
LELAND HEINZE Instructor in Journalism
DR. LEON HEPNER Associolo Proftssor of Zoology
OR. GENEVA HERNOON Instructor in Speech
RAIPH HUfFMAN Heed Cooch of Football Assislont Professor of Physicol Educolion
MABEL LACEY Assistce -t Professor of English
LAWRENCE LEE Assislont Professor of Political So race
HARLAN JOHNSON HARRIET KETCHUM
Instructor « Chemistry Instructor in Speech
ESTHER HAYES Assislont Instructor in Musk
MOOESTO JACOIINI Professor of longvcgt ond Heod of Oeportment
HELEN MAASER Assislont Professor of Music
W_ ROBERT T. McGRATH Professor of Educotion end Heod of OeportmentJOEL MOSS Assislonl Professor of Art
ILA NEWBECKER Instructor in Hem Economics
(MARIES C OMON bstrvctoe in History
ALICE MORRISON Assistont Professor of English
JESSIE PEAKE Assislonl Professor of Heollh
MARIA PERRINS Assislonl Professor of Sociology
OR. ROY RANKIN Professor of Chemistry
WILBUR RAYBURN Instructor ia Industrie! Arts
ANOREW RIEGEL Assistont Professor of lotcny
JACK ROOGERS Instructor in Politicei Science
JAMES L ROUSE Professor of Agriculture
LESTER J. SCHMUTZ Assoocte Professor of Agriculture, form Supervisor
JAMES R. START Professor of Speech ond Heod of Deportment
ROBERTA STOUT Assislonl Professor of English
OR. f. B STREETER librorion Professor of libeoty Science
(AOE SURAN Instructor in Physicol fducotion Heed (occh of Boskefboil
VERNA PARISH Assistont Professor of English
KATHRYN RJOOLE Instructor in Women's Physicol Educe! ion
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Assodete Professor of Edrcotion
OR. ROBERT M. TAYLOR Professor of Music ond Heod of DeportmentUO THOMAS WIMONT TOALSON
Assistant Professor o( Economics Assistant Professor ©I Mathematics
ond Business Administrotion
GERAID T0.MANEK Instructor in Biology
Instructor in History
Professor of Art ond Hrcd of Deportment
WALTER WALIERSTEDT Instructor in Printing Hcod ol Printing Deportment
JAMES R. WEILS Instructor in Agriculture ond Assistont form Supervisor
T. W. WELLS Assistont Professor of English
OR. RAYMOND WELTY Professor of History ond Heed of Deportment
DR- CHARLES WEIST Professor Emeritus of Philosophy
WILIAM WIKINS DR HARVEY A. ZINSZER
Instructor in Music Professor of Physics end
Astronomy Head of Deportment
RAMUS EGGER Director of Cofeterio ond Instructor in Home Economics
MARGARET McGIMSCY Assistont l rarkn
HELEN MdLRATH Assistant libroricn
DR R. 8. MKHEHER College Physidon
MSS. ETTA MHLER Housemother—Residence IW1
MRS. CLAOYS STEWART Housemother—Custer Holl
INEZ TORRY College Nurse
ED URBAN Assistont College Printer
MARGARET vonACKEREN Assistont librorion
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IT IS IN THE meetings of the Ponhellenic Council thot problems and difficulties that arise in the sororities are discussed and settled. With the recent affiliation with the National Pan-hellenic Council the Panhellenic group has met and handled new problems.
The membership in the council is supplied by two members from each sorority and offices are filled on a rotational basis. Mary Alice Gott-schalk. Theta Sigma Upsilon, was president for the year.
Miss Gaynelle Davis with the assistance of Miss Verna Parish and Miss Wilma Wolf served as the Preferential Bidding Committee.IN AN EFFORT to promote close hormony among the four social fraternities on the campus, the Inter-Fraternal council, under the sponsorship of Dr. R. V. Coder and Dr. Harley Garrett, played an important role in the social activities of the school this year.
Each Greek fraternity is allowed two members on the council, and this group serves as the governing body for the fraternal life on the campus. Such activities as the rush week smokers are sponsored by the group. In cooperation with the Pan-Hellenic council, the Inter-Fraternal council also took charge of the All-Greek formal in March, and are even now making plans for the Greek conclave to be held this summer.
Archie Harman, Phi Sigma Epsilon, was president of the organization.
—55—FIRST ROW: Margaret Rhoades, Dorothy Swick, Betty Deutscher, Betty Swick, Mary Beth Riggs, Alyce Barstow.
SECOND ROW: Velma Augerot, Shirley King, Shirley Grofel, Dorothy Luce.
THIRD ROW: Judith Kahn, Eunice Sim, Shirley Schmidt, Vesta DeBoer.
FOURTH ROW: Margaret Carman, Arlene DeBoer, Julia Sullivan, Romona Funk, Ruth Anna Andree, Luonna Lebsack. FIFTH ROW: Irene Wylie, Phyliss Shearer, Vice-President; Ruth Riggs, Secretary; Elaine Hamburg, Treasurer; Mary Alice
EDNA CODER Faculty Sponsor
—56—FIRST ROW: Shirley Wilson, Joan Sears, Helen Reising, Pat Underwood, Wilma Horner, Wanda Lowe. SECOND ROW: Lois Welch, Delores Ingram, Wando Riemelt, Doris Binder.
THIRD ROW: Ferita Fowler, Donna Lee Darby, Corol Gager, Pat Boland.
FOURTH ROW: Normo Storm, Irene Engel, Jean Manning, Mory Lou Fellers, Mory Myers, D'Nelle Ehrlich. FIFTH ROW: Mary Jo Weidner, Phyliss Duffcy, Jeon Steeples, Betty Read, Cloir Kvasniska, Virginia Millen. SIXTH ROW: Patricia Everton, Vice-President; Mary Jane Kitchen, Secretary; Normo Powers, Editor. ACTIVES NOT PICTURED: Mary Alice Brown.
PLEDGES NOT PICTURED: Mory Lou Newman.
MAURINE BERGLAND Faculty Sponsor
—57—FIRST ROW: Alice Worley, Margaret Brant, Gloria Buck, Ruby Snovely, Verna Lou Jacobs, Darlene Winters. SECOND ROW: Gladys Volenta, Marilyn Slayton, Ido Jo Faurot, Shirley Thorp.
THIRD ROW: Patsy Earl, Rita Jacobs, Wilma Brisco, Ruth Ann Biehler.
FOURTH ROW: Martha Lou Morion, Vice-President; Mory Lee James, Secretary.
NAOMI GARNER Faculty Sponsor
—58—FIRST ROW: Ido Lee Brust, Delores Lewis, Barbara McCormick, Harriet Klenk, Betty Moe Werner, Kothleen Neumeyer. SECOND ROW: Corlene Dunker, Fern Ringeiscn, Mary Ann Lewis, Donna Cassel.
THIRD ROW: Jone Ruth, Shirley Britt, Lu Etta Hansen, LaQuita Speno.
FOURTH ROW: Patricia O'Toole, Vice-President; Margaret Brown, Secretory.
ACTIVES NOT PICTURED: Morgaret Brown, Rose Mary Kraus, President first semester.
59—FIRST ROW: Carol Hornbaker, Robert Hooker, Jack Phipps, Max Shepard, Norvin Snook, Gilbert Lietz, Milton Gill, Terry Keeley.
SECOND ROW: Robert Blum, Walter Androes, John Berland, Cecil Calvert, Rex Curtis, William Shook, Don Foster, Kenneth Mock.
THIRD ROW: Marcus Oliphant, Ralph Shrouner, George Gottschalk, Jr., Norman Pratt, Felix R. Wasinger, Robert Giebler, Thomas Byerly.
FOURTH ROW: Ralph Walters, Robert Hawes, Clarence Wolters, Leon Morlan, Raymond Berland, Bob Earnest, Dorrell George. FIFTH ROW: Jomes Hopper, President; Bob Schmidt, Vice-President; Ralph Engel, Secretary; Robert Thompson. Treasurer. ACTIVES NOT PICTURED: Junior Merrill, Quentin Bogart. Robert Berland, Robert Blazer, Rex Beraer, Carl Brecheisen Donold Ferguson, Joseph Gingraux, Frank Ginther, Duane Guv, Robert Janousek, Edmund Moore, Donald Moeckel Robert Riggs, Kenneth S hwertfeger, Olen Smrcko, Ralph Walters.
PLEDGES NOT PICTURED: Arden Cronn, Joseph Hickel, David Jensen, Bernard Wasinger, Gregory Wasinger, Harold Augustine.
LAWRENCE LEE Faculty Sponsor
—60—FIRST ROW: Leon Roberts, Leon Wolford, Joe Hubbard, Virgil Quint, W. W. Schraeder, W. K. Gutherie, Jr., George Dennison,. Rex McConnell.
SECOND ROW: Donald Crippen, Virgil McKinzie, Bill Jellison, Clifford Jackson, Robert E. Molone, Jim Thurman, Bill Campbell, Bill Jones.
THIRD ROW: Harley Horner, Dick Barrett, Rex Morxmiller, Herschel Betts, Bob Bowman, Roy Borber, Kenneth Dellett.
FOURTH ROW: John Carmody, Ralph Luevano, Bob Honey, John Dickerson, Dale Scheib, Goyle Kraus, Bob Faurot.
FIFTH ROW: Roger Brown, John Murphy, Paul Andree, Bud Anderson, Don Davis, Chorlcs Stuppy, Archie Harman, Roger Furgason.
SIXTH ROW: Leo Meyers, Gail Lupton, Vincent King, President; Gleyn Lowe, Vice-President; Wayne Wingo, Secretary; Frank Gilman, Treasurer; Dole Huxman, Dale Van Lcrberg.
ACTIVES NOT PICTURED: John Andree, Al Amburg, Richord 8arnes, William Browning, Bub Corwin, Don Horsh, Nelson Hartman, Don Hertel, Lionel Howell, Tom Hunsicker, Rupert Knowles, Robert Mahoney, Marvin Meade, Sam Moore, Robert Mylnar, Harry Rathbun, Joe Rohleder, John Samuelson, Roland Schlegel, Eldon Thornberg, Dole Younkin, Lynn Wylie.
PLEDGES NOT PICTURED: Douglas Boston, Jomes Farley, Jerry Scheer, Clyde Scott, Buddy Tomlins.
FRED UNRUH Faculty SponsorFIRST ROW: LoMoyne Johnson, Al Lowenthol, Adolph Mores, Robert Foss, Poul Pfeifer, Bob Christensen, Kenneth Odom. SECOND ROW: Bill Pike, John Tomlinson, Horlond Hoffmon, John McConnaughhoy, Henry Pohlman, John Mullender. THIRD ROW: Norman Boldwin, Tom Hedges, Joe Anstine, Ted Reeves, John Smith, Russell Duer.
FOURTH ROW: Carol Dee Grimes, Lowell Howks, Don Slechto, Poul Miller, Fred Pohlman, Marian Borstow, Vernon Walker. FIFTH ROW: Philip Morgan, Chorles Cross, President; Worren Peterson, Vice-President; Loren Cole, Secretary; Curtis Erickson, Treosurer; Robert Smith.
WALTER WALLERSTEDT Faculty Sponsor
—62—FIRST ROW: Bill Mahoney, John Bolan, Jomes Ahrens, Keith Fitzgerald, John Tomanek, Merrill Durr, Croig Culley. SECOND ROW: Valerion Brungardt, Orville Wahl, Charles Pywell, Leland Balthazor, Alfred Wiesner, Allen Trexler.
THIRD ROW: Phil Shanline, Ted Jury, Richard Kitch, Robert McClellan, Robert Abernathey, Jim Duncan.
FOURTH ROW: Warren Teasley, Robert Wagner, Melvin Roedcr, Charles Pearson, Richard McCall, Henry Unruh, Vernon Bell. FIFTH ROW: Robert Gorham; Bill Bolan, President; Myron McKinley, Vice-President; Sam Gorham, Treasurer; Russell Pennington, Historian; Duane Foulk, Gilbert DreiJing.
ACTIVES NOT PICTURED: J. M. Archer. James Colyer, Dale Cummings, Fred Dcyoe, Charles Forsyth, Dale Hearon, Warren Kraus, Donald Patton, Francis Shell.
PLEDGES NOT PICTURED: Kenneth Duncan, Edward Filbert, Herbert Gerstner, Donald Jones, Don Leuszler, Herbert Kuhn, Ted McNutt, James Moore, Grant Smith, L. A. Sowards, Sam Teaford.
CHARLES ONION Faculty SponsorTri Sig Formol
Theta Rush Tea
TKE FormalMEMBERS OF THE WOMEN'S Leadership Organization are chosen primarily by the faculty women with the help of present members. It is a group of young women of the college who show outstanding leadership abilities, and who have the possibilities of promoting leadership principles on the campus. President of the group this year was Mary Lou Fellers and the faculty sponsor was Mrs. Nita Landrum.
—66—THE QUALITY OF leadership is the prerequisite for Seventh Cavalry. Composed of fifteen men who through their outstanding achievements in the varied fields of activity on the campus, the group has os its aim the development of leadership not only in college but in post-college life, the promotion of worthwhile activities, and the advancement of college training. To become a member, a student must have the unanimous approval of the organization.
Among the worthwhile activities promoted by the club this year were the publishing of the Delator, college directory, and the conduction of a school in parliamentary procedure for officers of various campus organizations. Harold Gill was presiding officer for the year.
—67—DELTA EPSILON, the goal of all science majors, is a national honorary society composed of members of the science faculty and scholastically high ranking seniors whose work is in any one of the great sciences.
Believing that each of the sciences has problems relative to those of the others, the purpose of the group is to promote discussions of these problems in an effort to affect a better understanding among the different fields.
Officers for the year were: Dr. H. C. Cho-quill, president; Everett Marshall, vice-president; Dr. Harvey Zinszer, secretary-treasurer.This year, under the leadership of Harold Gill, president, the group presented various programs to its members in an effort to further the understanding of the problems connected with the world of physics. Other officers were: Della Jean Furbeck, secretary; Dr. H. C. Choquill, treasurer; Dr. Harvey A. Zinszer is faculty sponsor for the group.
SINCE ITS INSTALLMENT on the Fort Hays campus in 1939 the local chapter of Sigma Pi Sigma, national honorary physics fraternity, has come more and more to play an outstanding role in the campus life of our prospective Einsteins. The purpose of the organization is to encourage the study of physics and to recognize high scholastic scholarship in that field.
—69—THE FOSTERING of interest and understanding of the problems which become manifest in the field of the social sciences is the over-all aim of Pi Gamma Mu, national social science fraternity. In an effort to meet that objective, the group has during the year sponsored programs which have aided in the development of more open-minded and better informed thinking on the part of the members.
To be eligible for membership in Pi Gamma Mu, a student must be a junior and have a high scholastic achievement in the field of social science. New members are selected by the faculty members of the organization, and are initiated each semester at a banquet at which some well-known speaker discusses some current social problem.
Officers for 1948-1949 were president, Gilbert Ellithorpe; vice-president, Donald Slechta; and secretary-treasurer. Jack Rodgers.
—70—THE FORT HAYS Kansas State College Honor Society was organized in 1937. The purpose of the organization is to emphasize and stimulate the qualities of scholarship, character, and sense of community responsibility which should be the main goals of a college education. Each year the organization chooses members from the top twenty per cent of seniors and graduate students for honorary admission to the society.
New members for the year were graduates: Byron Blair, John Launchbaugh, William Reed, Vernald Rowe; undergraduates: Claude Bray, Russell Bray, Nellis Briscoe, Roy Carter, Velma P. Deyoe, Jack Finch, Esther Hayes, Robert Kitchen, Robert Marple, Glenn Neumeyer, Helen
G. Shell, Marvin Swanson, Orva Jean Wolf; faculty: Nita Landrum, Dr. Harold Choguill, Dr.
H. B. Reed and Dr. Harvey A. Zinszer.
Officers for 1948-1949 were Dr. W. D. Moreland, Acting President; and Maude Gorham, secretary-treasurer.
—71—KAPPA PI, national art fraternity, is composed of members chosen from the art department whose scholastic achievement has met rigid specifications. It has as its goal the promotion of art interest among college students of all departments, the development of unusual talents and abilities in the field.
Each year the various artists sponsor exhibits of original as well as "imported" works and play a leading role in community activities during National Art Week. The local chapter has the distinction of having among its membership the national vice-president of the organization, Drew Dobosh of the art faculty.
Miss Mable Vandiver, head of the art department, is the faculty sponsor for the local chapter, and officers for the year were: Martha Lou Morlan, president; Rosanna Healey,secretary-treasurer.
—72—THE INCREASING role which foreign affairs is taking in our daily lives make the field of international relations a most, important one. With this in mind, the International Relations Club has sought during the year to promote a program of better understanding of the tremendous difficulties with which the world is confronted today. At the same time, they have made intensive studies of the people and cultures of the various countries of the world in the belief that much of our international political misunderstanding is due partly to a lack of understanding of the people themselves.
Through a series of lectures, discussions, and informative programs in which all members participated, a better informed citizenry emerged from the organization at the close of the school year.
Fred Deyoe served as president during the year.
KAPPA PHI is o notional collegiate organization for Methodist preference girls. Its basic aim is to make every Methodist woman in the college world today a leader in the community church tomorrow.
Kappa Phi is so organized as to form a closer association among Methodist women students, to make their work more effective and sufficient, to take care of incoming freshmen each year, and to provide in a college woman's way religious training, leadership and a wholesome social life that they may be stronger and more efficient women of the church and the world in future years. Madeline Maxwell served as president for the year.
—74—"STUDY TO SHOW thyself approved . . . workmen that needeth not be ashamed . .
With the above thought in mind the members of the Young Men's Club of the First Methodist Church became active members of Delta Sigma Theta, a national religious fraternity for college men of Methodist preference, on January 31, 1948.
The purposes of Delta Sigma Theta are to create a closer and more intimate Christian atmosphere, and to organize life around the Master of Life; to develop effective leadership of the clergy and laity in the church; to provide religious training and to encourage a study of the Bible; to acquaint Methodist men with the history, activities, and purposes of the church; to promote wholesome social activities. Officers for the year were: Roy Duell, president; Paul Krause, vice-president and Gordon Maxwell, secretary.
Wfcnta ...THE FORT HAYS CHAPTER of the Notionol Newman Club is an organization of Catholic men and women who have os their basic purpose the encouragement of cooperatvie religious activities of Catholic students and the promotion of a wholesome social life among its members.
The name of the cluh is derived from John Henry Newman, one of the first to recognize the necessity of high spiritual ideals for college students. The ideals which guided Cardinal Newman were sincerity, truth, intellectual honesty, and courage. To carry on these ideals is the goal of the local organization.
James R. Start is the faculty sponsor for the group and officers for the year were: Mary Jane Kitchen, president; Margaret Carman, secretary; Helen Reising, treasurer.
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THE PROMOTION OF BETTER speaking and more logical thinking is the goal which members of the debate squad have sought to attain this past year. In an effort to develop all around ability the group did not confine themselves to debate only, but participated in such related fields as oratory, extempore speaking, and discussions as well as radio work.
Members of the squad participated in invitational tournaments at Kearney Teachers College in Nebraska, McPherson College, and the University of Nebraska meet in Lincoln. Besides these, members of the group competed in the Kansas Debating League tournament at Bethany College at Lindsborg and the national Pi Kappa Delta competitions in Peoria, Illinois.
Effective participation in intercollegiate competitions enables the forensic students to become eligible for membership in Pi Kappa Delta, national forensic fraternity. This year only two members, Robert Earnest and Joe Anstine, were left on the campus, but after the year's competitions, the membership was considerably increased in the late Spring initiations. Mr. James R. Start is faculty sponsor for the group as well as coach.
—77—THE PRE-MEDIC CLUB has as its membership the medical technologists, doctors, dentists, and nurses of tomorrow. Its basic purpose since its organization in 1943 has been to bring together the pre-medical students on the campus in an effort to give them a common basis for discussing the technical problems of the medical profession. With its ideal of humanitarian service, its. program of medical brotherhood, and its encouragement of medical knowledge, it plays an important part in the college life of each pre-medical student.
This year's officers included: Jack Phipps, president; Kenneth Dellett, vice-president; Marvel la Remmert, secretary-treasurer. Edwin P. Martin was the faculty sponsor of the group.
PRE-ENGINEERING students meet twice each month os the Engineers Club to discuss current problems of interest to the field of engineering. Each member is required to take an active part in the meeting's discussions. Many worthwhile progroms were brought to the club this year in order to give each member a well rounded knowledge and background of the field which he has chosen.
Henry Unruh acted as president during the 1948-49 school year.
—79—FUN HAS HELD its head forth this year at Residence Hall with sessions ranging from cards and just plain bull to studying. The dormitory has been active in intra-murals and other activities about the campus.
Mrs. Etta Miller, housemother, has held the fort as general commanding officer and has endeavored to make the dormitory home and to keep all from majoring in campusology.
Cheerleader Gerald Huber has capably led his fellow students as president.
CARD PARTIES, late hours, and general fooling around plus a little studying has kept Lewis Field Stadium livened up throughout the year. Featured have been barn dances which were viewed with favorable comments by all who attended.
Under the leadership of Wesley Scheuer-man the men of the Stadium experienced two semesters of relaxation and cogitation.
—81—THE REVEILLE STAFF OF 1949 has attempted to compile in this yearbook a combination of photography and artistic tolent found on the campus.
Members who were major participants in the construction were:
Associate Editor... ELEANOR STUPPY
Business Mgr.RICHARD BURNETT
Art Editor...................ROY DUELL
Student Editor.MARY LEE JAMES
Greek Editor.............SHIRLEY THARP
MANNING, DONNA LEE DARBY
Sports Editor..CHARLES STUPPY
Others assisting were: Joe Anstine, Dorothy Luce, Judy Kahn, Alpha His-key, Shirley Schmidt.
-82-IN SPITE OF rushing around all over the campus gathering news until the very last minute, shortages of copy, failure of key stories to materialize and all the other headaches that go into the publication of o weekly paper, the Leader staff came through with flying colors this year. Leland Heinze, journalism instructor, had the push that seemed to keep all the wheels rolling even when things seemed almost too heavy; and Walter Wallerstedt kept the print shop going at full speed ahead.
Co-Editors RICHARD DILSAVER, MARLYN STORM
Business Manager...............................WARREN PETERSON
Society Editors ..................MARILYN WARD, JUDITH KAHN
Reporters: Jim Vine, Bob Schmidt, Doris Corson, Loren Schmitber-ger, Jean Barry, Ann Crumly, Calvin Kinzie, Mary Lee James, Shirley Tharp, Norma Powers, Fern Ringeisen, Joe Hickel, Richord McCall..Frank Corman, Bill Forney, William Orth, Richard KesslerLois Robinson, Mory Harvey, Mory Beth Schratz, Wilmo Brisco
John Stadelmon, Tom Gotschet, Clyde Denton, Richard Barrett, Dorth Hibbs, Jim Maxwell
85—THE CHOIR, under the direction of Dr. Robert Taylor, supplied pleasant listening for campus audiences during the school year.
Besides providing many outstanding programs for the student body, including the "Messiah" during the Christmas holidays, the group took good music to surrounding communities during their tour in late spring.
SETTING THE PACE on the compus in the field of music this year was Sigma Alpha lota, national music fraternity. Under the presidency of Marvel Hull, the girls provided a variety of artistic programs for the student body. Among these were the pledge recital and the piano recital of Eleanor Reigel in the spring.
The S.A.I. group was also active in other fields, too. During the foil homecoming festivities they won first place in house decorations and stunts.
-87-UNDER THE CAPABLE mothership of Mrs. Bower, the girls who make Wesley Hall their ''home away from home" enjoyed o fine school year. Highlighting the year were parties in the dorm on holidays and other special occasions and then there were those never to be forgotten formals.
President of this group of girls was Alma Hueftle and the secretary-treasurer was Clariece Bertram.
—88——89—Headed by Paul Miller, Kappa Sigma Kappa, the group did much toward arousing patriotic fires in the hearts of Fort Hays students by such activities as pep assemblies, bonfires, and general interest campaigns throughout the year.
THE PROMOTION OF STUDENT pep and spirit on the Fort Hays campus was the prime concern of the Campus Booster council the past year. The organization, which only a year ago was sanctioned by the Student Council as the governing body for all pep organizations and activities, is a representative body consisting of one member from each of the major organizations on the campus.
—90—FOR THE WOMEN on the campus that liked to combine play with work their goal has been W. A. A. Under the guidance of their president, Harriet Keplinger, they sponsored their traditional carnival, which was a big success. Besides their social affairs they carry on an extensive women's intra-mural program.
In the spring another annual custom was carried out and this was their high school play day.
Mary Lou Fellers and Tom Hunsicker took the principal leads.
Dr. Robert Taylor portrayed "Scrooge" and was supported by a cast of college students.FORT HAYS THESPIANS found on outlet this yeor in Little Theotre. The organization, under the guidance of Roy Gertson, President, achieved great success during the year through first class productions of three well known plays.
"Our Town", presented in November, wos notable for the superb performances of the entire cast. Gayle Combest portrayed the stage manager and Rosanna Healy ond James Pettigrew interpreted the romantic leads.
"The Christmas Carol" was given in December just before the Christmas vacations. The Hays Chamber of Commerce co-sponsored the performance and special times were set in order to give Hays grade school students the opportunity to see ond hear this famous tale. Dr. Robert Taylor as Scrooge, headed an exceptionally brilliant cast.
Tom Hunsicker and Mary Lou Fellers played the principal roles in the spring production of "The Two Mrs. Carrolls". This exciting suspense drama proved to be a big hit. Superb directing as well os acting wos the key to its success.
The dramatic productions were all under the direction of Miss Harriet Ketchum and Dr. Geneva Herndon, who in their first yeor of the college revived the dramatic interest of the campus from the depths of indifference.
During February, Fort Hays was granted a chapter in Alpha Psi Omega, national honorary dramatic fraternity. Ten students were able to meet the eligibility requirements and impressive installation ceremonies were held in the Oil Room of the Lamer Hotel. Dr. Herndon and Miss Ketchum ore sponsors of the fraternity. Gayle Combest serves as director.
A WORKABLE KNOWLEDGE and proficiency of the German language and culture is the aim which members of the German Club sought to achieve during the year.
Composed of students of the language, the group sponsored programs and parties which gave the students a clearer conception of the peculiarities of the German tongue. Mrs. Emma Golden is faculty sponsor.
Donald Fleming served as president and was assisted by Lois Bell who served as secretary.
THE UNDERSTANDING of the culture of our neighbors south of the border, as well os their language, served as the keystone of Spanish Club activities throughout the year. One of the most recently organized groups on the campus, is fast becoming a leader in the promotion of pan-Americanism through the medium of a thorough knowledge of the conversational language of the peoples to our south.
Modesto Jacobini, head of the language department, is faculty sponsor for the group and Frank Carmen served as president for the year.MARY JANE KITCHEN
WILMET SQUIRE headed the honorory organization for writers.
MTHE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB under the sponsorship of Miss Alice Beesley, combined their two monthly meetings into business and activity in their field.
Under the presidency of Bernito Billings they brought a successful season to a close by attending the State Home Economics Convention at Wichita.
—98—JOHN DICKERSON RAY SKUBAL PAUL ANDREE JOHN MURPHY CHARLIE JOHNSON
Tockle Guard Center Guard Tackle
REX MARXMILLER Halfbock
AL BILLINGER Quarterback
RALPH "Red" HUFFMAN Head Coach
PAUL "Busch" GROSS Director of Athletics
JACK HAGUE Halfbock
DON LEUSZLER End
CADE SURAN Assistant Cooch
ARCHIE HARMAN Guord
CLAUDE BRAY Student Assistant
Nice Catch! Horry
Hogue Scores Agoin
David ond Goliath
Speed and Deception
Al ond Automatic Archie
—»0i—DON NICHOL End
GLEYN LOWE Halfback
BUDDY TOMLINS Fullbock
HARRY RATHBUN Tackle
DON DAVIS Center
GEORGE PFEIFER End
The 1948 grid seoson opened with o tilt ot Lewis Field with the Coyotes of Kansas Wesleyan.
The Tigers threatened often in the first half but fumbles and penalties prevented them from scoring. The second conto wos a different story, however, and speedy Jack Hague leod the Bengols to o 21-0 victory.
Northwestern Oklahoma proved a worthy foe but came out on the short end of o 20-0 count. Glcyn "Digger" Lowe provided some of the fireworks in this froy by bringing the crowd to its feet with a sparkling 69 yard touchdown run.
In the first conference game at Winfield egainst Southwestern's Moundbuildcrs, the Tigers were forced to come from behind to win 20-7. Al Billinger's 35-yard touchdown acriol to end, Don Nichol, knotted the count ond Hogue added two more counters, one coming on on 84 yord jaunt.
Pittsburg State was next on the agenda and when Jack Hogue flashed 94 yards to paydirt with the opening kickoff it was all the spark needed to send the Tigers off to a 27-7 triumph.
The Homecoming tilt brought St. Benedict's Ravens to Lewis Field but o hard charging Tiger line and a host of slick running backs was too much for the Atchison boys and they went down to defeot by a 40-0. score.
The powerful Emporio State Hornets proved too tough for the Tigers ond they lost their first gome of the seoson 25-0.
Injuries in the Emporia gome were numerous ond when the Tigers deported for Kansas City to meet the Rockhurst Hawks they were without the services of Don Leuszlcr, Bill Campbell, ond Jock Hague. Coach Huffman's gridders tried valiantly but were unable to cope with the Howk poss-ing attack ond they dropped o 20-7 decision,
Fort Hays fooled many Sports scribes when they held highly regarded Woshburn U. to a 6-6 tie on Lewis Field.
A trip to Los Cruces, N. M. to meet the New Mexico aggies was the season's finale.
The Border Conference feom come from behind to trip the Bengals 27-14. Jack Hogue, red headed speedster from Oberlin, not only mode the All-Conference eleven but he also received honorable mention on the Little All-America squad.
Lcuszler, Johnson, Skubol, ond Andree made the 2nd All-Conference teom while Nichol, Harmon, Johnston, ond Murphy were given honorable mention.
Next season Coach Huffman will be without the services of such fine ployers os Archie Harman, Paul Andree, Glcyn Lowe, Don Dovis, John Dickerson, Dole Huxmon, Vint King, ond Ken Guthrie.
VINCE KING Guord
COTTY MATAL Halfback
HERSHEL BETTS Holfbock
BOB FAUROT Quarterback
—10?—DONALD KOERNER Tockle
FORT HAYS....... 21
FORT HAYS........ 20
•FORT HAYS........ 20
•FORT HAYS........ 27
•FORT HAYS........ 40
•FORT HAYS......... 0
FORT HAYS......... 7
•FORT HAYS......... 6
FORT HAYS........ 14
Kansas Wesleyan....... 0
Northwest Oklohomo . . 0
Southwestern .......... 7
Pittsburg Stote........ 7
St. Benedict's......... 0
Emporio Stote......... 25
Woshburn U.............. 6
New Mexico A M........ 27
BILL CAMPBELL Guard
MARTIN VANN End
ROGER BROWN Center
MEL JONES Tockle
VAUGHN WELLS Tockle
—10 -HARRY VINSON Center
RALPH HUFFMAN Assistont Coach
GUY CONNER Forward
DON NICHOL Forward ■
AL 8ILLINGER Guard
CARL PAUSTIAN Guard
CADE SURAN Head Coach
FRED SIMMONS Forward M
GLENN MITCHUM ■ Guard
DON MOECKEL Guard
GLENN CONNER Forward
CLAUDE 8RAY Student Assistant
CURT TARRANT Center
—1W—Into the Ozone
Up Goes Al
The ConnersDON LEUSZLER
THE '48-'49 HOOP SEASON sow the Tigers win 16 of 22 gomes and clinch second place in the conference.
In the first two games the Suronmen took victories from Western Colorado State. Two tilts with Kearney of Nebraska netted another pair of wins.
The Tigers opened the conference season with Rockhurst, a new conference member, and showed the Hawks that it wouldn't be easy picking by spilling them 65-41.
The Four State Tournament at the Coliseum found the Tigers downing Central Stote of Missouri but falling before the powerful Regis College of Denver.
On their first road trip Hoys failed to get going ond dropped consecutive frays to Woshburn, St. Benedict's, and Wichita U.
The locals stopped Konsos Wesleyan at Hays but lost to Southwestern's Moundbuildcrs on the Winfield court. The Bengals came out of their foreign court jinx by topping Rockhurst at Kansas City and Kansas Wesleyan at Solino.
When Southwestern met the Tigers on the local maple they touched off a 68-42 Hoys' victory. Even Wichita U. of the mighty Missouri Volley Conference could not stem the tide on the local court.
After losing a 66-60 heartbreaker to the Hornets at Emporia, the Tigers pulled one out of the fire at Pittsburg by a 56-55 count.
Woshburn U. with its fine center, Tom Carlson, moved into the Coliseum ond the fans were treated to a thriller in which the lead changed hands more thon a dozen times but when the final gun sounded Hoys led 66-58.
St. Benedict's Ravens never got a chonce on the Tiger court when the Suronmen connected from every angle to trounce the Atchison crew 90-56.
Pittsburg State surprised local fans by motching the Tigers bosket for basket until the finol minutes when Carl Paustianond Harry Vinson dunked deciding field goals.
Emporio State with the CIC title already tucked away moved into the locol spotlight and found themselves out-scroppcd and out-shot to the tune of 69-57. The Hornets never held the lead in this battle which resulted in their only conference loss.
Don Nichol, Glenn Conner, Harry Vinson, Carl Paustion, ond Al Billinger usually made up the starting five but they were ably backed by "Dutch" Moeckel, Fred Simmons, Glenn Mitchum, Curt Tarrant, ond Guy Conner. The latter two are newcomers os ore Bob Ziegler, Pete Dawson, and Buddy Tomlins. Other members of the team are Arden Cronn, Don Leuszler, ond Fred Pohlman.
Cooch Suran loses but one player through groduotion; but senior Harry Vinson's rebounding abilities will be missed by Fort Hays in 1950.
JAMES TOMLINSFort Hays............................... 65
Fort Hoys............................... 63
Fort Hoys............................... 87
Fort Hoys............................... 68
‘Fort Hoys................................ 65
Fort Hoys............................... 55
Fort Hoys............................... 49
‘Fort Hoys................................ 54
‘Fort Hoys................................ 53
Fort Hoys............................... 51
Fort Hoys............................... 89
‘Fort Hoys................................ 44
‘Fort Hoys ............................... 75
Fort Hoys............................... 72
‘Fort Hoys................................ 68
Fort Hoys............................... 61
‘Fort Hoys................................ 60
‘Fort Hoys................................ 56
‘Fort Hoys................................ 66
‘Fort Hays................................ 90
’Fort Hoys................................ 56
‘Fort Hoys................................ 69
Western Colo. State.................. 54
Western Colo. Stote.................. 30
Kearney Stote ....................... 73
Kearney Stote ....................... 55
Rockhurst .......................... 41
Centrol Mo. Stote.................... 48
Regis College........................ 54
Washburn U........................... 68
St. Benedict's....................... 71
Wichita U............................ 59
Kansas Wesleyan...................... 46
Southwestern ........................ 52
Rockhurst ........................... 49
Kansas Wesleyan...................... 60
Southwestern ........................ 42
Wichita U............................ 48
Emporia Stote ....................... 66
Pittsburg Stote...................... 55
Washburn U........................... 58
St. Benedict's....................... 56
Pittsburg Stote ..................... 51
Emporia State ....................... 57
ALEX FRANCIS Head Coach
FRED SIMMONSMILE RELAY TEAM Kennedy, Yochum, Nichol, Hertel
Triangular Meet at Hays
Fort Hays ....................... 119
Kansas Wesleyan................... 36
Sterling ........................... 9
Fort Hays.................... 96 1 2
Kearney ..................... 68 1 2
Fort Hays.................. 106 2 3
Kansas Wcslcyon.............. 24 1 3
CIC Meet at Pittsburg
Fort Hays....................... 57
Emporia State .................. 57
Pittsburg ...................... 26
Washburn ....................... 15
Southwestern ................... 10
Fort Hays..................... 36Vi
Emporia State ................. 3134
Wichita U..................... 25’ 2
Pittsburg .................... 131 2
Southwestern ................... 7 Vi
Friends U....................... 5
Konsas Wesleyan................ I Vi
FOR THE SECOND consecutive year the speedsters of Coach Alex Francis finished the season undefeated.
The Tigers opened the 1948 season against Kearney State. This team was the Nebraska State champion of 1947 and would have gone through '48 undefeated but the Black Gold marred their record.
Their next test was the Emporia Relays. In a meet of this type, points are alloted for each event the same as in any ordinory Track Meet except that each school enters 4 men in each Field event and these points are awarded on the basis of composite scores. All Track events are 4 man relays.
Ft. Hays gained top scoring honors in the 440 yd., 880 yd., ond Mile Relays. The composite score gave the Tigers a victory in the Javelin throw ond a tie with Wichita U. in the Pole Vault. As a result of their fine performance Hays garnered more points than any of the other schools that competed in their class.
No further serious opposition was encountered until the Tigers journeyed to Pittsburg for the CIC Meet. Although they were tied by Emporia Stote in this meet the Tigers undoubtedly were the most outstanding group there.
Les Pelzel closed his career at Ft. Hays by scorching over 100 yds. of cinders in 9.7 seconds. Not only did this set o new CIC Record but it made Les the only Ft. Hays athlete ever to hold a Central Intercollegiate Record.
Don Hertel set a Ft. Hays Record by running the 220 yd. dash in 21.2 seconds. By virtue of their victories in the Conference Meet,Don Hertel, Don Nichol, Les Pelzel, and Fred Simmons made the All-Conference Team. For Hertel this is the second time that he has made that select group.
A Mile Relay team made up of Hertel, Nichol, Kennedy, ond Yochum onnexed that event.
JERRY SCHEER —no—
CHARLES CLEVELANDVIRGIL McKINZIE
INCLEMENT WEATHER kept the action of the Tennis and Golf teams down to a minimum during the '48 season but a few matches were arranged and played.
The netmen opened the schedule with Kearney of Nebraska and gained a 2-1 victory. Although they were unable to annex the singles match they did claim two doubles matches. Dutch Moeckel, Eugene Ray, Carl Brecheisen, and Rich Roemer made up the winning combinations.
In the next match with Kansas Wesleyan the Tigers were swamped by the rampant Coyotes. Brecheisen and Roemer teamed to salvage the only Hays victory.
The Bethany Swedes were just as tough and two doubles triumphs were all the Tigers could gain.
In the CIC matches the local courtmen failed to score despite an inspired performance by Charlie Pearson.
The following men gained letters in Tennis—Don Moeckel, Eugene Ray, Rich Roemer, Carl Brecheisen, Norvin Snook, and Charles Pearson.
The Golfers were unable to win any of their two matches with Kansas Wesleyan but they surprised their followers by grabbing a third place rating in the Conference matches.
The Links team was composed of Bob Blazer, Jerry Scheer, Virgil McKinzie, Charles Cleveland, and Joe Beggs.
—Ill —TOUCH FOOTBALL CHAMPS
Tau Kappa Epsilon
CECIL CALVERT High Point Man '47-'48 Sigma Tau Gamma
CONNIE BAMBER Kappa Sigma Kappa
DON DAVIS Phi Sigma Epsilon
BOB GORHAM and
DUANE FOULK Tau Kappa Epsilon
. and ADOLPH MARES Kappa Sigma Kappa
VIRGIL McKINZIE and
ROGER FURGASON Phi Sigma EpsilonORGANIZATION LEAGUE HANK POHLMAN CHAMPS ROGER BROWN
Koppo Sigma Kappa Phi Sigma Epsilon Phi Sigma Epsilon
AS THE SEPTEMBER enrollment ended, the touch football season got under way ond mony exciting contests took place on the field adjacent to the football stadium. Tau Kappa Epsilon led by slick running Dole Hearon, came through with the cup in their possession.
Roger Brown and Don Davis of Phi Sigma Epsilon eliminated all competition in the golf tournament.
Hank Pohlman of Kappa Sigma Kappa was the victor in the shuffle board singles while the Phi Sigs annexed the doubles title.
The TKE's Bob Gorham won the aerial darts singles and teamed with Duone Foulk to claim the doubles oward.
Kappa Sigma Kappa gained more points, when Loren Cole and Adolph Mares took the table tennis doubles and Cornelius Bomber annexed the tennis title.
George Vemich picked up some counters for Lewis Field when he won the table tennis singles crown.
Two basketball leagues were organized, one for organizations and one for independent teams. Phi Sigma Epsilon's powerful aggregation won the organization title for the third consecutive year and thus restored themselves as a contender for the Intra-murals cup which they have held the last two seasons. The Andies, a slick passing outfit led by Don Hertel, showed its heels to the other members of the independent league.
At this writing, the TKE's hold an edge in team points but they will face strong opposition from the Kappa Sigs as well as the Phi Sigs.
—113—ATHLETES WHO EARN letters in varsity intercollegiate sports competition make up the membership of the Fort Hays State K-Club. Besides representing the brawn of the campus, the organization is also active in many other fields. The K-Club assists the Tigerettes and the Campus Booster council in promoting programs to advance the school spirit and pep. The club also sponsors the annual Dog-patch party held each spring.
The highlight of the school year is the day the K-Club pledges make their appearance on the campus. Dressed in feminine attire, they give caricatures of everything from the modern flapper to the 19th century bloomer girl. Donald "Gabby" Davis served as president of the organization this year.
—114—WITH PEP AND ENERGY the gold sweatered Tigerettes led the students in loyalty and enthusiasm through the seasons of athletics. The Tigerettes were in charge of Homecoming halftime which was mode memorable; later during the basketball season, they presented their annual Varga calendar girls at halftime.
Leading these girls this year has been president, Jean Earl; vice-president Wilma Horner; secretary, Eleanor Stuppy; treasurer, Mary Lee James.
—115—FORT HAYS' quintet of cheerleoders has proved itself os o peppy and loyal team which has led the student body through victory and defeat. Rosanna Healey, Gerald Huber, Patsy Earl, Bill Forney, and Donna Fay Cassel deserve highest praises for their energetic contribution to the school spirit of the student body.
An amendment to the constitution was proposed by the student council and adopted by the student body to change the cheerleaders' uniforms from black and gold to white. This has greatly
■117-Queen MARY J. KITCHEN
Prince LELAND PAGE
King BILL BOLAN
Princess ELAINE WILLIAMS
THE! 1948 HOMECOMING found olumni wondering in from for and wide to attend a weekend of festivities. The onnuol Tug-O'-Wor between the sophomores ond freshmen was held Friday afternoon with the sophomores claiming victory. Friday evening was set aside for stunts presented in the Coliseum with Sigma Alpha lota capturing first honors. On the morning of October 25 the house decorations were judged and again Sigma Alpha lota took first place.
Preceding the afternoon game, a gala parade of floats and bands crept slowly down Main Street while a strong north wind kept onlookers stamping their feet. Phi Sigma Epsilon's "Toast to Victory" float took first place. To the organization placing in the most events a Super Pep prize was awarded. Phi Sigma Epsilon secured this award with Theto Sigma Upsilon taking second.
Members of the championship teams of 1917 and 1921 were special guests at the Homecoming and were given places of honor at the game.
Dr. Claire Wilson, a member of both championship teams, presented corsages and boutonnieres to Queen Mary Jane Kitchen, King Bill Bolan and Princess Elaine Williams and Prince Lelond Page. Twenty-five bands led by Fort Hays' morched in review for the Homecoming Royalty during the half.
After the Tigers crushed the St. Benedict's Ravens 40 to 0 the Homecoming program was climaxed with a dance at the Coliseum.
—118——611—Uncle Sam comes through
Dey's dreary days . . . before
After . . .
Battle of Rathbun bungalowLEWIS FIELD, a veritable city within a city, is called home by young college families numbering nearly four hundred strong. Lost foil the colony elected Paul Andree as their first mayor ond Harold Ellis, Charles Forsyth ond Harold Gill os councilmen. Dr. Moreland ond John Gertsner, caretaker, advised.
Lewis Field, democratic in manner symbolizes more than just row after row of apartment houses. It symbolizes future students, the American way of life, young fathers and mothers pursuing the good qualities of leadership, friendship, and loyalty in their school. Fort Hays State.
Lewis Field, where education is given a purpose and much of the stuffiness that marks the purely academic, will long be cherished by those who can later relate that they ottended a college where they could live "at home."
Future Fort Hays party-makersWE HEARTILY EXPRESS our thanks to Mr. Paul Bennett, year book manager of the Semco Color Press, for helpful advice and sympathetic understanding.
To these following photographers we extend our appreciation, Orlan Carmichael of the Moderne Studio, Bill Kitchen, "Chappy" Gingeraux and Don Burton, who have helped us through our trials and tribulations. Organizations submitting candids are also to be thanked.
We gratefully acknowledge Mr. Walter Wallerstedt for always being ready to lend a helping hand.
—THE REVEILLE STAFF
—122—ABERNATHY, ESTHER, Hill City . . . B.S. in Home Economics;
Y.W.C.A.; Home Economics Club; Koppo Phi, sec., treos. ANDREE, PAUL J., Otis . . . B.S. in Physical Education; 'K' Club, pres.; Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges; Phi Sigmo Epsilon.
BALTHAZOR, LELAND, Palco . . . A.B.; Newman Club; Engineer's Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon.
BAMBER, CORNELIUS, Ness City . . . B.S. in Industrial Arts;
International Relations Club; Kappa Sigma Kappa. BEARDEN, JAMES PAUL, Phillipsburg . . . A.B. Degree.
BELL, LOIS, Selden . . . A.B.; Y.W.C.A.; German Club, sec.;
Pre-Medic, sec.; Alpha Sigma Alpha.
BILLINGS, BERNITA, Penokce . . . B.S. in Home Economics; Women's Leadership; Y.W.C.A., sec., treas.; Home Economics Club, pres.; Kappa Phi.
BOOTH, FLORENCE, Greensburg . . . B.S. in Education; Delta Kappa Gamma.
BRECHEISEN, CARL BERNARD, Parsons . . . B.S. in Physical Education; 'K' Club; Sigma Tau Gamma.
BRECHEISEN, GLADYS, Offerle . . . B.S. in Physical Education; Y.W.C.A.; Ponhellenic Council, sec.; Kappa Phi, treos.; W.A.A.; Campus Booster Council; Sigma Sigma Sigma. BREEDEN, FERN, Quinter . . . B.S. in Education; Y.W.C.A.;
Home Economics Club; Theta Epsilon.
BREJCHA, HAROLD A., Gaylord . . . A.B. in Chemistry; Engineer's Club, v.-pres.; Germon Club; Delta Epsilon; Sigmo Pi Sigma, v.-pres.
BUCHOLZ, ROBERT H„ Wakeeney . . . B.S.
BUCK, GLORIA, Sawyer . . . B.S. in Art; Leader; Reveille; Tigerettes; Little Theater; Art Activity; Kappa Phi, treos.; Alpha Sigmo Alpho.
CANNON, BARBARA, Gaylord . . . A.B.; Y.W.C.A.; International Relations Club, trees.; German Club; Little Theater; Kappa Phi; W.A.A.
CARTER, J. LEE, Wellington . . . B.S. in Industrial Arts.
CLEVELAND, CHARLES, Wellington . . . B.S. in Physical Education; 'K' Club.
COLLINS, LORENE, Kansas City, Missouri . . . B.S. in Education; Y.W.C.A.; Kappa Phi.
COMSTOCK, ROBERT G., Selden . . . B.S. in Business Administration; Kappa Sigmo Kappa.
CROWN, WINTON L., Agra . . . A.B.; International Relations Club, v.-pres.; German Club, treas.; Pi Gamma Mu, pres.
CULLEY, CRAIG H., Hoys . . . A.B.; Engineer's Club, pres.;
German Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon.
DEUTSCHER, BETTY, Ellis . . . B.S.; Y.W.C.A.; Tigerettes; W.A.A.; Theta Sigma Upsilon, treas.
DEY, DELMAR, Hays . . . A.B. in English; Spanish Club; Sigma Tau Gamma. .
DIXON, DONALD A., Almena . . . B.S. in Education; 'K' Club; Phi Sigmo Epsilon.
DODRILL, WILLIAM, Stockton . . . A.B. in Music; Y.M.C.A.; German Club; Delta Sigma Theta, pres.; Interfraternal Council, sec.; Band; Orchestra; A Cappella Choir; Tau Kappa Epsilon.
DREILING, CLEM A., Hays . . . A.B. in Music.
DREILING, GILBERT, Victoria . . . B.S. in Physical Education; Newman Club; International Relations Club; German Club; Pre-Medic Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon.
DUNCAN, K. J., Holden, Missouri . . . B.S. in Physical Education
EARL, PHYLIS JEAN, Hays . . . B.S. in Physical Education; Tigerettes, pres.; Spanish Club; W.A.A., pres., sec.-treas.
ELLITHORPE, GILBERT, Batavia, Illinois . . . A.B. in English;
Seventh Cavalry; Pi Gamma Mu, pres.
FARRINGTON, ALVA LEE, Lucos . . . A.B. in History; Pi Gamma Mu.
FELLERS, MARY LOU, Hays . . . A.B. in English; Women's Leadership, pres.; Leader, feature ed.; Ponhellenic Council; Tigerettes; Spanish Club; Little Theater, v.-pres.; Student Council, sec.; A Cappella Choir; Orchestra; Delta Sigma Epsilon, v.-pres.
FERGUSON, DONALD L., Menlo . . . B.S. in Industrial Arts; Sigmo Tau Gamma.
FLEMING, DONALD, Kansas City . . . -v.B.; German Club, pres.
FORSYTH, CHARLES C., Medicine Lodge . . . B.S. in Physical Education; Tau Kappa Epsilon.
FORSYTH GARYFALLIA LILLIAN, Medicine Lodge . . . A.B. in English; Spanish Club.
FOSS, DEWEY W., Larned . . . B.S. in Business Administration; Band; Orchestra; Phi Mu Alpha.
FRESHOUR, RUTH ELLEN, Hays . . . A.B. in English; Reveille, editor. International Relations Club; Spanish Club; Theta Sigma Upsilon, pres.
FURGASON, ROGER, Shields . . . B.S. in Agriculture; Y.M.C.A., sec.-treas.; 'K' Club; Phi Sigmo Epsilon.
FRANKS, LOLA SOMERS, Bloom . . B.S. in Physical Education; Y.W.C.A.; Little Theater, v.-pres.; W.A.A., v.-pres.
GATSCHET, THOMAS, Hays . . . B.M. in Music Education.
GILL, JR., HAROLD H., Hays . . . B.S. in Chemistry; Seventh Cavalry, pres., v.-pres.; Delta Epsilon; Sigma Pi Sigma; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Sigma Tau Gamma.
GILLILAND, JR., CLARENCE W., Hays . . . A.B. in Mathematics; Attended Pittsburg Kansas State College, 3 years; Kappa Mu Epsilon, mathematics fraternity.
GOODNOUGH, JOSEPHINE, Hays . . . B.M. in Music Education; Women's Leadership, sec.-treas.; Tigerettes; W.A.A., v.-pres.; Sigma Alpha lota, pres., v.-pres.
GOTTSCHALK, MARY ALICE BASGALL, Hays . . . B.S. in Home Economics; Women's Leadership; Newman Club, sec.-treas.; Ponhellenic Council, pres.; Tigerettes, pres.; Home Economics Club; Germon Club; W.A.A.; Student Council; Theta Sigma Upsilon, pres.
GREGUIRE, GORDON, Russell . . . A.B.
HARDY, MARVIN A., Long Island . . . A.B. in Biological Science; Spanish Club.
HARGADINE, STANLEY S., Kinsley . . . B.S. in Physical Education; Y.M.C.A.; 'K' Club.
HARMAN, ARCHIE L.............B.S. in Physical Education; 'K'
Club; Campus Booster Council; Student Council, v.-pres.; Interfraternal Council, pres.; Intramural Manager; Phi Sigma Epsilon.
HARMAN, FRANCIS R., Hoys . . . B.S. in Business Administration; A Cappella Choir; Community Chorus; Phi Mu Alpho.
HARTMAN, NELSON LEE, La Crosse . . . B.S. in Mathematics; Leader; Reveille; Y.M.C.A.; 'K' Club; Engineer's Club; Little Theater; Campus Booster Council; Phi Sigmo Epsilon.
HIGGINS, HORACE, Hays . . . B.S. in Chemistry.
HOPPER, JR., JAMES D., Gem . . . B.S. in Business Administration; Sigma Tau Gamma, v.-pres, pres.
HULL, LAURENCE L., Woodston . . . B.M. in Music Education; Seventh Cavalry; Sigma Tau Gamma; Phi Mu Alpha.
HULL, MARVEL, Woodston . . . B.M. in Voice; Women's Leadership, v.-pres.; Sigma Arpha lota, pres.
HUNSICKER, THOMAS O., Morland . . . A.B.; Phi Sigma Epsilon.
HUXMAN, DALE L., Ness City . . . B.S. in Physical Education; Phi Sigma Epsilon.
JANOUSEK, ROBERT J., Ellsworth . . . B.S. in Agriculture; Sigma Tau Gamma.
JOHNSTON, KENNETH, Great Bend . . . B.S. in Business Administration; Leader, sports ed.; Y.M.C.A.; Kappa Sigma Kappa, treas.
JONES, CLIFFORD, Utica . . . B.S. in Agriculture; Y.M.C.A., v.-pres; v.-pres. of Freshman Class; Phi Sigma Epsilon.
—128—KELLUM, MINNIE, Dodge City . . . B.S. in Education; Y.W.C.A. KING, VINCENT, Barnard . . . B.S. in Physical Education;
'K' Club; Phi Sigma Epsilon, pres.; Student Council. LANE, GLEN A., Phillipsburg . . . B.S. in Botany.
LINDSEY, GLENNIS, Kanopolis . . . B.S. in Business Administration and Economics; Pi Gamma Mu.
LOWE, GLEYN A., Wakeeney . . . B.S. in Physical Education;
'K' Club; Student Council; Phi Sigma Epsilon, v.-pres. LOWISH, MAX M., Hays . . . B.S. in Agriculture; Seventh Cavalry; Delta Epsilon; Kappa Sigma Kappa.
LUEVANO, ANDRES R., Santa Ana, California . . . B.S. in Physical Education; Newman Club; 'K' Club; Spanish Club; Phi Sigma Epsilon.
MARES, ADOLPH, Luray . . . B.S. in Physical Education;
Y.M.C.A.; Kappa Sigma Kappa.
McDANIEL, ORVAL L., Palco . . . A.B.; Th.B. Degree from Bresee College, Church of the Nazarene, Bethany, Okla. McDONALD, CLIAL D., Gorden City . . . A.B.; German Club. McVEY, JAMES R., Hill City . . . B.S. in Agriculture; Kappa Sigma Kappa.
MERRELL, JUNIOR LAUREN, Newton . . . B.S. in Business Administration.
MILLEN, VIRGINIA MAE, Seneca . . . B.S. in Home Economics; Y.W.C.A.; Panhellenic Council; Home Economics Club, treas.; Delta Sigma Epsilon.
MOOREFIELD, JAMES, Hoisington . . . B.S. in Agriculture;
MUNDERLOH, HERBERT . . . A.B. Degree.
NEYER, ISABELLE QUERBACH, Hanston, B.A.; International Relations Club.
NEYER, JOHN WILLIAM, Hanston, B.A., International Relations Club.
NICHOL, PHYLLIS, Hill City . . . B.S. in Home Economics;
Y.W.C.A.; Home Economics Club.
NIMZ, FRED G., Arnold . . . A.B. in Biological Science;
Y.M.C.A., pres.; Spanish Club; Delta Sigma Theta. PARKER, CLIFTON, Ironwood, Michigan . . . A.B.; International Relations Club; Delta Sigma Theta.
PATTERSON, GEORGE M., Hoys . . . B.S.
PATTON, DONALD, Densmore . . . B.S. in Education; Tau Kappa Epsilon.
PAULEY, PHYLLIS, Woodston . . . B.S. in Home Economics; Y.W.C.A.; Home Economics Club; Kappa Phi; Campus Booster Council.
PAULK, JOHN L., Russell . . . B.S.; Delto Epsilon.
PAYNE, WALLACE, Scott City . . . B.M. in Music Education;
Phi Mu Alpha; Germon Club.
PETERSON, WARREN, Falun . . . B.S. in Business Administration; Leader, co-business mgr., business mgr.; Reveille; International Relations Club; Interfroternal Council; Kappa Sigma Koppa, v.-pres.
PFEIFER, PAUL E., Hays ... A.B. in Economics; Newman Club; German Club, treas.; Koppa Sigma Kappa. QUINT, VIRGIL J., Victoria . . . B.S. in Economics and Business Administration; Newman Club, pres.; Phi Sigma Epsilon.
READ, BETTY LOU, Hays . . .A.B. in Mathematics; German Club; Delta Epsilon; W.A.A.; Delta Sigma Epsilon. RIEGEL, ELEANOR, Ford . . . B.M.E.; Women's Leadership, pres.; Tigerettes; Bond; Orchestro; A Cappello Choir; Woodwind Ensemble; Sigma Alpha lota, sec.
RIGGS, RUTH, Hays . . . A.B.; Spanish Club, pres.; Orchestra;
Theta Sigma Upsilon, sec.
ROBINSON, DORIS M., Osborne . . . A.B. in English; Women's Leadership; Leader; Y.W.C.A.; International Relations Club; Tigerettes; Little Theater, pres.; Campus Booster Council; Scholastic Honorary Society.
ROGERS, JR., EDWARD, Hays . . . B.S. in Business Administration; Sigma Tau Gamma.
ROLFS, NED O., Genesco . . . B.S. in Physical Education; 'K' Club.
ROOK, HELEN FERGUSON, Menlo . . . A.B. in English; Y.W.C.A.; Home Economics Club; Sponish Club, sec.-treas.
RUSSELL, C. C., Dodge City . . . B.A. in English; Leader.
SAMUELSON, JOHN, Monument . . . B.S. in Physical Education; Student Council; 'K' Club; Homecoming King; pres.. Junior Class; Phi Sigma Epsilon.
SEAMAN, J. 0., Bloomington . . . A.B.; German Club.
SEBELIUS, OPAL, Almena . . . B.S. in Education; Koppa Phi.
SHANLINE, PHILLIP E., Turon . .V B.S. in Mathematics; Engineer's Club, pres.; Campus Booster Council, pres.; Tau Koppa Epsilon.
SHEARER, PHYLLIS, Arnold . . . B.S. in Business Administration; Y.W.C.A.; Kappa Phi, pres.; W.A.A.; Theta Sigma Upsilon
SHELL, F. J., Medicine Lodge . . . A.B.; German Club; Tau Kappa Epsilon.
SHOOK, WILLIAM C., Victoria . . . B.S.; Student Council; Sigma Tau Gamma, v.-pres, pres.
SIM, JAMES, Oakley . . . B.S. in Industrial Arts.
SIMMONS, LELAND K., Barnard . . . B.S. in Business Administration and Economics.
SLECHTA, DON B., Ellsworth . . . A.B. in History and Political Science; Seventh Cavalry, v.-pres.; Leader; Reveille; Y.M.C.A., v.-pres, pres.; International Relations Club, v.-pres., pres.; Quill Club; Student Council; Interfroternal Council, pres.; Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges; Pi Gamma Mu, pres.; Pi Koppa Delta, pres.; Kappa Sigma Kappo.
SLOAN, DUANE G., Lebanon . . . B.S. in Science and Mathematics; Y.M.C.A., pres.; International Relations Club; Engineer's Club; Delta Sigma Theta; Compus Booster Council.
SQUIRE, WILMET, Wichita . . . A.B.; Y.W.C.A.; Quill Club; Spanish Club, pres., v.-pres.; Kappa Phi.
STARKEY, MAXINE NELSON, Gem . . . A.B.; Y.W.C.A., treas.; International Relations Club; Spanish Club; Kappo Phi; W.A.A.
STEPP, CARL E., Dorrance . . . B.S. in Industrial Arts; Phi Mu Alpha.
STORM, MARLYN, Hoys . . . A.B.; Leader, co-editor; Y.M.C.A.; International Relations Council; Quill Club.
STUPPY, ELEANOR, Barrington, Illinois . . . B.S. in Physical Education; Reveille, assistant ed.; Tigerettes, v.-pres., sec.; German Club; W.A.A., pres.; Alpha Sigma Alpha.
SWENSON, CHARLES BENJAMIN, Gove . . . A.B.; Germon Club, v.-pres., pres.; Delta Epsilon.
THURMAN, JAMES W„ Rozel . . . B.S. in Physical Education; Student Council; Phi Sigma Epsilon.
UNRUH, MARY E., Hays . . . A.B. Degree.
VAN SCYOC, NOLA, Osborne . . . B.S. in Business Administration; Alpha Sigma Alpha.
VINSON, DOROTHY TUTTLE, Osborne . . . B.S. in Business Administration; Y.W.C.A., pres.; Student Council; Women's Leadership; Tigerettes; sec.-treas.. Junior Class; Delta Sigmo Epsilon, pres.
VINSON, HARRY W., Garfield . . . B.S. in Physical Education and Industrial Arts; 'K' Club; Sigma Tau Gamma.
WALKER, VERNON E., Hays . . . A.B. in Chemistry; German Club; Pre-Medic Club; Student Council; Kappo Sigma Kappa.
WALTER, NORMAN D., Norton . . . B.S. in Business Administration.
WINGO, WAYNE C., Colby . . . B.S. in Physical Education; Seventh Cavalry, sec.-treas.; Y.M.C.A.; 'K' Club; Student Council; pres.. Freshman Class; Phi Sigma Epsilon, sec.
WOOD, WILLIAM BOOTH, Bunkerhill . . . A.B. in General Science.
WRIGHT, J. V., Medicine Lodge . . . B.S. in Zoology; Y.M.C.A.
—129—THIS PAGE IS dedicated to the business men of Hays who have contributed their time and effort, as well as advertising, toward making this book possible. Students of Fort Hays State, long after they have been filed away in the alumni office as has-beens, will never forget the wholehearted support which they and their school have received from the merchants and professional people of Hays toward making this a better college and community.
The 1949 REVEILLE staff expresses a big Thank You.
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HUMBURG CO., Inc.
HARDWARE APPLIANCES Butane GAS Propane
. Bulk Delivery of Cylinders
110 W. 11th
THE NEW “FOX FORT HAYS”
To Be Constructed Soon
—134—MANNS IGA STORE
The best in quality foods
Shop The Easy Way . . Phone 1500
Montgomery Ward Catalog Office
114 WEST 11th HAYS, KANSAS
219 W. 10 Phone 1274
HARDMAN LUMBER CO,
Building Materials DuPont Paint Builders Hardware
126 East 11th Phone 437
"The Silver Center of Western Kansas”
PHONE 1287 LAMER HOTEL BLDG.
Ask Your Grocer for
ENPJCHED SEMOLINO FLOUR
"A Western Kansas Product”
The Hays City Flour Mills
1107 Main St. Phone 306
Exclusive Ladies Ready To Wear
Featuring Nationally Advertised Lines Such as—
NELLY DON — DORIS DODSON and JOAN MILLER Dresses FASHIONBILT COATS and SUITS BELLE-SHARMEER Hosiery VAN RAALTE Hosiery — Gloves and Undies MISS SWANK and LADY LOVE Slips FORMFIT — LIFE Brassiers and Girdles VASSARETTE Girdles
THE HAYS MUSIC CO.
V. M. MECKEL
The Music Headquarters of Western Kansas 714 MAIN ST. PHONE 1215
Standard and Portable
Sales and Service
Northwestern Typewriter Co.
Lamer Hotel Building Phone 1223
—136—SCHERER’S SHOE STORE
1109 Main St. Phone 594
Western Kansas Finest Shoe Store Featuring High Grade Shoes for Men — Women and Children Air-Step - Forest Park - Connie for Women Roblee and Pedwin for Men Buster Brown for Children
X-RAY FITTING AVAILABLE
APPRECIATIVE SERVICE THE
FORT HAYS PHARMACY
SODA FOUNTAIN — DRUGS — MAGAZINES PHONE 858 1011 MAIN
—137—DEVELOPMENT OF THE "SAVING" HABIT WILL INCREASE YOUR CHANCES FOR SECURITY, HAPPINESS and SUCCESS.
Invest in a Savings Account at the
Farmers State Bank
Capital and Surplus $200,000 MEMBER OF F.D.I.C.
5 CENTS TO $1.00 STORE Visit Our Modern Fountain and Luncheonette
J. C. Penney Co.
Men’s, Boys’, Women’s, Misses’ Clothing
CREAMERY and ICE CO.
PIERE CRYSTAL ICE ICE CREAM NOVELTIES KINGS KWALITY ICE CREAM
Phone 484 310 East 11th
Typewriters Books Stationery Note Books Fountain Pens Athletic Supplies Art Supplies
School Supplies Playing Cards Office Supplies Loose Leaf Ledgers Loose Leaf Ring Books Filing Cabinets Leather Goods
MARKWELL’ S BOOK STORE
PHONE 96 1010 MAIN
The Brunswick Hotel
For Your Convenience
MODERN HOTEL AND CAFE FACILITIES
For Reservation—Call 450 701 Main
Walter Ross Proprietor
—140—May Havemann, Pres. W. C. Wann, Vice-Prcs. H. Havemann, Sccy.-Trcas.
Serving the Public Since 1876 With Quality Building Materials and Coal
THE TREAT-SHAFFER LUMBER CO.
H. HAVEMANN, Mgr.
Headquarters For Pratt and Lambert Paints
208 W. 9th Phone 74
Dr. Pepper Bottling Co.
—141 —COMMERCIALA Salute
Fort Hays State College
HAYS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Always Fine Entertainment for the Entire Family
THE HOME FURNITURE COMPANY
The Most Beautiful Furniture Store in Western Kansas
THE PHILCO STORE 229 West 10th Phone 236
The Friendly Store, Where Cash Buys More!
115 West 11th
BROWN BARBER SHOP
FOSTER B. HUFF —Photographer
Photographs That Live"
Fine Furniture -- Low Prices
SPARTON RADIOS MENGEL
YOUNGSTOWN KITCHENS G. E. APPLIANCES
Complete Tloor Covering Service
"Comparison is the Measure of Value”
119 West 10th HAYS, KANSAS Phone 50
—145—The Hays Daily News
"Northwest Kansas’ Largest Daily Newspaper"
LOCAL — NATIONAL
CENTRAL KANSAS POWER CO.
High Grade Dairy Products For Over 18 Years
Continuous Delivery Service
311 EAST 11th
SHEAFFER — WATERMAN — ESTERBROOK ZIPPER NOTEBOOKS GREETING CARDS
SPALDING SPORTING GOODS
CAMPUS BOOK STORE
BERT E. BERGLAND Your College Store PHONE 30 509 WEST 7TH
—147—For Your Mealtime Pleasure Fat At
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY
Full Course Meals or Short Orders Home Made Chili and Pies
At Popular Prices 1006 Main Hays, Kansas
FOOD THAT PLEASES
THE BEST IN RELIABLE SERVICE
FELTEN TRUCK LINE
Daily Service KANSAS CITY WICHITA SALINA COLBY and
Intermediate Points Household Goods
Intrastate and Interstate Phone 169 Hays
Phone 4 Hays, Kansas
235 West 10th
★ ★ ★
“Save and Invest''
★ ★ ★
PASTEURIZED GRADE A MILK
312 East 9th
CHOCOLATE MILK BUTTERMILK CREAM
St Anthony’s Hospital
SISTER FRANCES CLARE, R. N. Superintendent
This Space Reserved and Paid for By The Active Staff
PORTRAITS — ENLARGING COMMERCIAL PHOTO — KODAK FINISHING — PICTURE FRAMING —
The Oldest Studio in Ellis County
FINEST OF PHOTOGRAPHS
218 West 8th Hays, Kansas
“If You Take Care of the YANKEE DOLLAR —The YANKEE DOLLAR Will Take Care of You”
327 EAST 8TH
EL CHARRO MOTEL
EL CHARRO CAFE
One Mile East on U. S. Highway 40
Phone 77 Phone 1338
—150—THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Oldest Bank in Ellis County, Kansas
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION
December 31, 1948 RESOURCES
LOANS AND DISCOUNTS.....................................................$1,525,538.31
OVERDRAFTS ................................................................. 2,329.01
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK STOCK.................................................. 6,750.00
BANKING HOUSE $12,000; FURNITURE AND FIXTURES $11,097.54 .................. 23,097.54
OTHER ASSETS ................................................................. 305.36
CASH AND SIGHT EXCHANGE................................$ 909,124.33
GOVERNMENT BONDS .......................................... 1,915,893.23
MUNICIPAL BONDS ............................................. 792,072.49
OTHER BONDS ................................................. 436,300.00 4,053,390.05
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .............................
DEMAND DEPOSITS ...............................
TIME DEPOSITS .................................
200,000.00 35,082.02 5,148,647.13 177,681.12
R. S. MARKWELL - - - Chairman of the Board
R. A. MERMIS............................President
P. F. FELTEN.......................Vice-President
CARL W. KRAUS......................Vice-President
A. H. DREILING............................Cashier
ZITA PALEN ----- Assistant Cashier
JOHN ATKINS - - - - Assistant Cashier
E. A. ZWENGER - - - - Assistant Cashier
P. F. FELTEN ... - Fcltcn Truck Lines
CARL W. KRAUS.............................Farmer
ROBERT S. MARKWELL - - Morkwell's Book Store
NORMAN W. JETER.........................Attorney
MURRAY C. EDDY - - - - Physician Surgeon
HENRY SCHWALLER - - Pres. Schwaller Lumber Co.
R. A. MERMIS...........................President
A. H. DREILING.......................Cashier
Students Find the Best Clothing at
—ibi—RUPP MOTOR CO., Inc.
DODGE PLYMOUTH DODGE JOB RATED TRUCKS MASSEY HARRIS FARM EQUIPMENT
6 0 0 MAIN PHONE 833
HURST MOTOR CO.
CHRYSLER — PLYMOUTH
Sales and Service
PHONE 1169 219 EAST EIGHTH
—152—Baxter’s Flower Shop
“Say It With Flowers"
Member of Florists Telegraph Delivery Ass’n BRUNSWICK HOTEL
Dealers of CHEVROLET and OLDSMOBILE
MECHANIZED AND BODY REPAIR WORK
CARS NEW and USED
PHONE 474 120 WEST I2TH
—155—GEO. PHILIP SCOTTY PHILIP
GEO. PHILIP SON
DEALERS IN HARDWARE
PAINT BRUSHES, PAINTS and GLASS GUNS and AMMUNITION TOOLS and CUTLERY
PHONE 53 EIGHTH and MAIN HAYS, KANSAS
107 West 10SUPERB
DRY CLEANING AND LAUNDRY
Pickup and Delivery
Phone 197 126 West 9th
KREAM KRUST BREAD
PIES, ROLLS and CAKES
124 WEST 9th
IN HAYS OVER 40 YEARS
The Choicest In
DRUGS, CANDIES AND TOILET ARTICLES MAGAZINES ... ICE CREAM
715 Main Dee Erickson Sporting Goods Company
Ask your Football
z put reJ ed Tennis
Before you buy any gem stone get the Hunting and Fishing
benefit of what your Registered Jcweler can tell you. He has made a special study of gem stones and can Kelp you a lot in choosing. Equipment
To he a Registered Jeweler means that he has passed examinations hy the American Gem Society and is qualified hy study, experience and high business principles to serve you. When you huy gems, jewelry or silver, look “The Store
for your Registered Jeweler. Behind the Sports’
Tholen Jewelry Company
804 Main St. — Phone 385 — Hays, Kansas
© 1948 A.G.S.
119 W. 11th — Phone 971
—156—Bissing Clothes Sporting Goods
Adam Hats Esquire Slacks Don Juan Sports Shirts
217 WEST 10th PHONE 300
TRUMBO FLORAL SHOP
“House of Flowers’
IF YOU WANT THE BEST IN HOME COOKED FOOD GO TO THE
THE ELITE CAFE
LOW PRICES COURTEOUS HELP
109 Weit 10th Mr. and Mrs. John Sahli
Phone 525 Proprietors
—157—COSMETICS - - - HOSPITAL SUPPLIES - - - STATIONERY
Your Friendly Rexall Store
PRESCRIPTIONS • HALLMARK GREETING CARDS • DRUG SUNDRIES
PHONE 80 HAYS, KANSAS
THE JACK JILL SHOP
“Let Us Clothe Your Children —
That's Our Business”
Everything for Infants to 12 Years Old
LAMER HOTEL BUILDING
—158—ANN'S FEATURE NATIONALLY KNOWN MERCHANDISE
Daryl Junior Paula Brooks Paul Sachs LaVine
SUITS and COATS Swonsdown Sacony-Palm Beach Shagmoor
Peter Pan Wonder Youth Textron
Mulroy Hotel Bldg.
JEP'S SUPER SERVICE STATION
24-Hour Service MODERN EFFICIENT
PHONE 400 1302 MAIN
—159—• yuvc YEARBOOK
SEMCO COLOR PRESS
FINE COLLEGE AND HIGHSCHOOL ANNUALS
B. L. SEMTNER
129 N. W. 3rd ST. OKLAHOMA CITY
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