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Show Hide text for 1950 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 172 of the 1950 volume: “ Mm Ik M : ,.«?-■ ' ■■ . .--lacasjesfS ■ t ” » f ’sT 4 f L iT E ’ I « t rp « . r r ' ‘ ■» ' +£ + t_L NDER THE HANDS of master crafts- men, raw material for the citizens of tomorrow s world is moulded into great personalities like crude clay being transformed by an expert potter. Editor Associate Editor Business Manager Art Editor Staff Photographer Roy Duell Mary Lee James Bob Christensen Dean Watt Harold Ellis Faculty Fraternities; Sororities Homecoming Organizations Reveille Ball Royalty Students 8 97 6 45 59 94 71 93 4 13 ALYCE BARSTOW MARGARET FIELDS VERDELLE PFISTER_ CHARLENE AUSTON DILSAVER PAUL MILLER MARVIN MARESCH gilbert dreiling ROBERT HANEY JOE HICKEL ■|4 " J MERRIL DURR MILES STAND1SH 1 Maude McMindes, to whom the 1950 Reveille is dedicated. ,s the personification of sincerity and honesty. Miss McMindes possesses many ot the traditional characteristics which make Fort Hays State treat A true friend and tuide she is never too busy lor a moment of kindly advice. Her humor, wit, and friendly smile endears her to all who are acquainted with the personality— Maude McMtndes. DR. M. C. CUNNINGHAM President of the College Dr. Morton C. Cunningham was inaugurated as president of Fort Hays Kansas State College on September 30, 1949. He conies to Fort Hays from Marysville College at Marysville, Missouri. STANDLEE V. DALTON Registrar; Assistant Professor of Botany WALTER KEATING Business Manager DR. W. D. MORELAND Professor of Political Science and Sociology and Head oi Department ; Advisor to Men. I FRED ALBERTSON essor of Botany and Head of Department ; Chairman of Biological Sciences; r P I I t I ). MR. HUGH BURNETT , Assistant Professor of Political Science Director of Extension Service, - MISS WILMA WOLF Advisor to Women DR. L. D. WOOSTER President Emeritus Professor of Zoology dr. e. r. McCartney Dean of College Professor of Economics PAUL DUELL GERALDINE GALE RICHARD BURNETT HARRIET BRIN JOE ANSTINE ROBERT ABERNATHY GLEN THOMPSON LEO VAN SCYOC leland page BILL J ELLISON President Consideration of student body problems and activities has been the primary concern of the student council In connection with these problems and activities it has been necessary to formulate specific policies and then to provide the required machinery for action in these matters. Membership in the student council is made up of three members from each class, the president and two others who are elected, and three other members elected from the student body at large. Officers for this year were: Bill Jellison, president; Don Nichol, vice-president; and Shirley King, Secretary-Treasurer. Dr, E. R. McCartney served as sponsor. Membership of the Campus Booster Council is composed of a representative from fourteen different campus organizations. The members cooperate with the student council to promote good welfare on the campus. They maintain pep activities at pep assemblies and half time entertainment at basketball games. Stunt night, Home- coming 1949, was in charge of the Campus Booster Council. Second semester officers are Patsy Earl, president; Jack Horner, vice-president; Patricia O’Toole, secretary; Betty See, treasurer. The sponsor is Wilmont Toalson, — 12 — SBNIORS OFFICERS President Vice-President Sec re. ta ry - Treas u rer RICHARD BURNETT ALMA HUEFTLE ROBERT HANEY ABERNATHEY , ROBERT M. B.S, in Chemistry. Gaylord , Kansas. Who h s Who, Inter fraternal Council t Delta Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma , Tau Kappa Epsilon. ALEX A, LAWRENCE. A.B Hays, Kansas. German Club . ANDROES , WALTER L B.S, in Business Administra- tion Newton r Kansas. Leader, International Relations, Pi Gamma Mu, Sigma Tau Gamma. ANSTINE,JOE. Hays, Kansas. Who ' s Who, ATHERTON, MELFORD. B.S in Agriculture. Hook- er , Oklahoma. Y .M .C. A . BALDING, KEITH B.S . in Industrial Arts Medicine Lodge r Kansas. " K” Club, Vice -Pres. 4; Seventh Cav- alry, BALDWIN , NORMAN. B.S. in Physical Education. McCracken, Kansas Engineers Club , Y.M.C A., Kappa Sigma Kappa. BALTHAZOR , LAWRENCE E. Palco, Kansas. BARRETT, RICHARD ARTHUR. Bachelor of Music Education - Beloit, Kansas. — 14 — B ERL AND, ROBERT L. B.S. Physical Education Hays, Kansas RIFHI ER RUTH ANN B.S . in Business Adm. Coll- Kansas, Tigerette s, Y.W.C.A-, Campus Booster Council, Alpha Sigma Alpha. BILLINCER , ALVIN . B.S. in Physical Education. Hays , Kansas BIRDSELL, ALFRED. B S in Mathematics Beloit, Kansas Mathematics Club , Delta Epsilon BLEY r SOPH! A. B S in Elementary Education Rmel, Kansas. BOLAN, WILLIAM CECIL B.S. in Industrial Arts Plains , Kansas BRIN. HARRIET KEPUNGER B S in Business Admin. Herndon. Kansas Who ' s bo, Newman Chib. Quill Club . Sec. 2 . Pres 3, Program Ch 4. W A A President 3 , Treas. 4 BRIN , WILLIAM BS in Agriculture Platrwtlh. Kansas. Newman Club BROWN, ROGER R B S. in Physical Education Smith Center, Kansas BRUMFIELD. DON B S. in Chemistry Jet more. Kansas. BULLOCK. UNFORD M B S in Kansas Engineers Club. International Relations . Mail i- ematica Club , Y.M.C.A BURNETT. RICHARD E. A B ,n Politico! Science Hays , Kansas. Who’s Who iLVERT. CECIL. BS. in Business Admin Hays t nsan. i M PBELL, BILL B S in Physical Education Belott. nsas " K” Club. Sophomore Class Vice-President .. ii Sirfrtia Epsilon. t SLER. IRVING E A B in History- Fa ' ! [ York. German Club. Treas 4. International Rela CHRISTENSEN. ARON R B S in B fdmin- istration. Osborne. Kansas Reveille, _ ? aier 4. Student Council. Kappa S.fima Kappa. Treas ... Pres. 4 CLARK. EVELYN B S in Elementary Educatmn Leoti. Kansas. Newman Club, Quill Club. V COBS, AMY F B S in Business Administration. Hays. Kansas Y W.C.A , Pi Gamma Mu. COLYE R , JAMES D Political Science. Hays, Kansas, Newman Club , Pre-Medic Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon. CORWIN, MERLIN. Wakeeney, Kansas. CRABTREE , WILLIS E . S.S, rn Matfi. t ca f Kan- sas. Engineers Club . CUMMINGS , DALE W. B.S. in Psychology. Hays , Kansas International Relations r Spanish Chib, t ati Kappa Epsilon. CURTIS, REX. B.S. in Physical Education Welling- ton, Kansas. DAWSON. DONALD B 5 in Physical Ed. Ford, Kansas. DENNISON , GEORGE R B S. in Business Adminis- tration. Hays, Kansas. Phi Sigma Epsilon. DENTON, CLYDE Bachelor of Music. Hays, Kansas. DESCH . RALPH F. B.S. in Physics. Hays , Kansas. Engineers Chib, Newman Club, Sigma Pi Sigma , Phi Mu Alpha. DEYOE, FRED M. Crishetd, Kansas. Little Theaire, Treas. 2; International Relations Club, Pres. 3; Inter - Fratemal Council, Sec. 3; Tau Kappa Epsilon DIETRICH , HELEN. B.S. in Business Administra- tion. Lenora, Kansas DUELL , PAULM A. B in Chemistry Ruteton. Kan- sas. Who’s Who , Engineers Club , Y.M.C.A., Chaplain 3. Pres. 4: German Club , Delta Epsilon, Sigma Theta Epsilon. DUELL, ROY. B.S in Applied Art. Ruleton. Kansas . Reveille, Art Ed. 3, Editor 4: Y.M.C.A., Art Activity, Delta Sigma Theta, Sec 4, Pres. 3, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Kappa Pi. A Cappella Choir. DUELL , VELMA. B S. in Home Ec. Hays, Kansas. DUNCAN, JIM. A.B. in History- Satina, Kansas. Newman Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon. DURR , MERRIL F. B.S. in Mathematics. Ransom, Kansas. Mathematics Club , Vice- Pres. 4; Seventh Cav r - atry , Sec. -Treas. 4; Inter -Fraternal Council, Pres. 3; Delta Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Vice- Pres . 2. EARNEST, ROBERT L. A.B. in Political Science , Hays, Kansas. Inter-Fraternal Council, Pi Kappa Delta, Vice -Pres. 2, Pres. 4; Sigma Tau Gamma , Sec. 2, EARNIST, MARGARET, Colby, Kansas. 16 — - EM RICH, FRANK. B.S in Busineea Administration. Miltonvale, Kansas, EVANS , IMO LEA. BS . in Business Administration. Hays , Kansas. Tigmttm, Kappa Phi, Membership Ch 3, 4; Si£ma Alpha Iota, Sec 3, Pres o Alpha Iota, Sec . 4. GALE , GERALDINE L. B S. in Physical Education Concordia , Kansas. Who’s Who . Leader, International Relations , W A A., Vice -Pres 4, Pres. 4; Y W C A . Pres 2, Devotions Ch 3 ; Kappa Phi, Chaplain 1, 4. Women s Leadership. Sec. 4; A C a pell a Choir GEORGE, DORRELLG A B Political Science Sub- lette, Kansas Leader, International Relations, Inter- Fraternal Council. Pres. 3; Si ma T au Gamma GIB BE NS, ROBERT BS in Botany Jet more, Kan- sas. GILMAN, FRANK B S in Business Administration Colby , Kansas. Y M C A ,, Inter -Fraternal Council. V, ce- Pres. J; Phi Si ma Epsilon, T reas 2, Vice-Pres 3 GLAZE. CHESTER V B S m Education Hays. Kan ■ sas. A Capetla Choir Men ' s Glee Club GOETZ, LaVERN B S m Chemistry Victoria . Kan- sas. Newman Club. GORHAM . ROBERT B S in Businen Administra- tion . Turon , Kansas ‘K ' ' Club t Tau Kappa Epadon, Treas. 3, Vice- Pres. 4 GORHAM. SAM BS in Business Administration Turon, Kansas I ntemational Relation ■, Y M C A Tress 2, Tau Kappa Epsilon GRASS, ROBERT D A B m Physic Hays. Kansas Spanish Club, Phi Mu Alpha GUY , RALPH B S .in Business Administration Hays. Kansas. HAGUE, JACK B S m Physical Education Oherhn, Kansas HANEY . ROBERT. A B ifi Psychology Russell, Kau- nas Who Who H ANSON . RUSSELL A A B in Sociology Mankato. Kansas International Relations Club, Spanish C tub Y M C A HARSH, DONALD EUGENE B S in Physical Edu - ration Stockton, Kansas HAWES. ROBERT EDWARD A B in Economic Deerfield, Kansas German Club, International Rela- tions, St$mn Tau Gamma, Treas 2 HEARON, DALE MARSHELL BS in Physical Education Geneseo, Kansas Tau Kappa Epsilon 17 — HERTEL , DONALD LEE. B.S , in Physical Educa- tion. Hays, Kansas. HIBBERT , JOHN, A.B . in English, Elkhart, Kansas. Leader, Little Theatre, Y.M.C A., Art Activity, Vtce- Pres. 2, Alpha Psi Omega t Sigma Chi . HOPKINS, J. P. B:S . in Business Administration . Claf- lin, Kansas. Pi Gamma Mu. HUEFTLE , ELM A. B.S. in Education. Oakley, Kan- sas A Capella Choir, German Club T Student Council, Tigerettes, V -Pres.- W.A.A., Y.W.C.A . , Womens Leaders dp, Campus Booster Council t Kappa Phi, Sigma Alpha Iota, Class Vice -Pres. 4. HULL, LAURENCE L. Bachelor of Music. Woodston , Kansas. Who’s Who, Seventh Cavalry, Phi M u Alpha , Pres. 4; Sigma Tau Gamma. HULL , MARVEL. Bachelor ot Music. Woodston , Kansas. Who’s Who, Womens Leadership, Vice-Pres- ident 3; Band, A Capella Choir, Sigma Alpha Iota, Pres. 3, Vice-Pres . 4 JAMES , MARY LEE. B.S. in Physical Education Stockton, Kansas. Reveille, 2, 3, Assoc. Ed. 4; Tiger- ettes, 1, 2, 3 , Pres. 4; W.A.A., Fa Ae Jertic Councii, Treas,, Campus Booster Council , Alpha Sigma Alpha , Vice-Pres. 2, Sec. 3, Reg. 4. JEPSEN, VERNA. Lincoln, Kansas. JOHNSON, ADLEY E. B.S. in Business Administra- tion. Salina, Kansas. Pi Gamma Mu. JOHNSON, CHARLES S. B.S. in Agriculture. Hays, Kansas. JOHNSTON , HARRY. B.S . in Physical Education, Zurich, Kansas . KEITH LINE, ANDREW. B.S . in General Science. Wellington, Kansas . K ELLU M, FRED A Dodge Ci ty , K ansas . KING, EDSEL B.S. in Agriculture. Dombey, Okla- homa . Y.M C.A., Collegiate 4-H Club. KLENK, HARRIETTE M. B.S. in Education W a- keeney, Kansas. Y .W.C.A., Kappa Phi, Sec. 4 ; Band, Sigma Sigma Sigma. KNOWLES, RUPERT M, B.S. in Physical Educa- tion. Hays, Kansas. KRAUS, WARREN CARL. B.S. in Bgtany. Hays, Kansas. W ho ' s Who, KRAUSE, GAYLE ALTON. B.S. in Physical Edu- cation. Bellville, Kansas. 18 — KPAL SE, PAUL EUGENE. B S. in Agriculture. Scott City, Kansas KUHN , HEBBEFT A.B in Economies. Moreland, Kansas. German Club Newman Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon. LEBSACK, MARJORIE A B. in Music, Hays, Kan sas. Tigerettes, Campus Booster Council, Cheerleader, Delta Sigma Epsilon f Pres, 3,4; Sigma Alpha Iota , T reas 2,3; Choir, Orchestra t Orchesis Club. LEUZLER , DON. B S in Physical Education Almena, Kansas “ K " Cfcfc. MACK, WABBEW- B.S. in Edurarion, Wocxisfon. Kansas V M C A. MAHONEY. LQR1T A B S in Home Economics Dor- ranee, Kansas. MAHONEY, ROBERT AB in History. Bunker Hill, Kansas. MAPES, BOB B.S. in Art Norton, Kansas leader, Arf Activity, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Kappa Pi, S« ret ary ■ Treas 4 MARXMILLER, REX B.S in Phy sical Education Smith Center, Kansas. M ATHESON , WAYNE B.S. in Bustness Administra- tion , Natoma, Kansas Engineers Club, Y MCA . Young Republicans Club MAXWELL. MADELINE. BM m Music; Hay , Kan s as. McCALL RICHARD B S in Business Adtmntstra Uon Wakeeney , Kansas Leader, Et 4 , Intonation Relations Club, Y M C A . Vice-Pre s. 3, Pres 4, Sigma Theta Epsilon, Young Republicans Club Tau kappa Epsilon . McDANfEL, CLARENCE BS in Physical Education Goodland, Kansas. McKINLEY, MYRON BS. in Agriculture Mutlin- ville . Kansas. McNUTT, TED Hays, Kansas McVEY, JAMES R B.S in Agriculture Hill City , Kansas. Ka ppa ma K a ppa MEADE MARVIN A B in Pol Science Hays, Kan- sas Who ' s Who, Pi Gamma Mu, Pres 4, Phi Sigma Epsilon. MILLER, BONNIE A B tn English Mack svillc. Kan- sas Leader, Quill Club, Sec 3 W A A Y W C A., Women s Leadership , Student Publications Com — 19 — MILLER , PAUL EDWIN B.S. in Industrial Arts. Jetmore, Kansas. Campus Booster CouncW, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3; Kappa Sigma Kappa- MILLS, ARLIN E. A.B . in Chemistry. Ellis, Kansas. Sigma Tau Gamma. MILLS, DEAN 3. B.S. in Elem. Education. Hays, Kansas. MITCHUM, GLEN. B.S. in Bus . Adm. Mission , Kan- sas. MLYNER, ROBERT DALE. B.S. in Industrial Arts. Ellsworth, Kansas. MOECKEL, DONALD LEROY. B.S. in Physical Edu- cation. Hays, Kansas. MOORE, SAMUEL J. B.S. in Agriculture. Otis, Kansas. MORGAN, PHILIP B. A.B. in Zoology. Atwood, Kan- sas. International Relations, Y ,M C. A. , Campus Boost- er Council, Vice -Pres. 4; Kappa Sigma Kappa, Inter - Fraternal Council . MORLAN, RICHARD L. B.S. in Agriculture. Protec- tion, Kansas. Sigma Tau Gamma. MOSER, THEARON A. B.S , in Art Hays, Kansas. Litile Theatre, Art Activity, Kappa Pi, Pres. 4. MURPHY, JOHN E. B.S. in Education. Garden City, Kansas. ' K ,P Club, Seventh Cavalry, Student Council Pres. 3; Phi Sigma Epsilon. NICHOL, DONALD. B S. in Physical Education. Palco, Kansas. ORTH, WILLIAM. EM. in Music Education Mount Hope, Kansas. PAGE, LELAND F B.S. in Mathematics . Prairie View, Kansas. Who ' s Who, International Relations, Math Club, Pres. 4; Seventh Cavalry , Vtce-Pres. 4; Stu- dent Council, Y M. C.A. . Treas. 2; Delta Sigma Theta, Class Pres. 2; Sigma Pi Sigma, Sec 4; Kappa Sigma Kappa, Treas . 2. FAUSTIAN , CARL 0. B.S. in Business Administra- tion. LaCrosse, Kansas. PELPHREY, CHARLES. B.S. in Agriculture. Ash- land, Kentucky , PENNINGTON, RUSSELL. Bogue , Kansas POHLMAN, FRED. B.S in Physical Education. Nato- ma, Kansas. EJ K ,P Club, Engineers Club , Y. M. C. A., Campus Booster Council , Kappa Sigma Kappa. — 20 — RATH BUN, HARRY BS. in Education, Trae r, Kan- sas. ROBERTS, WILFRED N. B.S. in Business Admin- istration Hill City, Kansas Kappa Si ' jjma Kappa ROBINSON. ROBERT K B S. in Chemistry. Os- borne, Kansas. ROEDER, MELVIN W B S. in Industrial Arts Prai ric V re w , Kansas , RUTH JANE ELIZABETH AB in Speech Eldo- rado. Kansas Uttle Theatre. Spanish Club. W A A , Y W.C-A. Vice-Pres,: Campus Booster Council, Sigma Sigma Stgma, Pres 3,4 Alpha Psi Omega SARVER MELBA B.S. in Business Administration Hays. Kansas Reveille. Y.WC.A. Theta S,(m. U psi Ion. SCHEIB, DALE CBS tn Busmen Administration Lyons „ Kansas. Phi Sigma Epsilon SCH M IDT, GEORGE B Beloit , Kansas SCHRAEDER. WILBUR W B.S in Bus, ness Ad ministration Lamer! . Kansas Phi Si An, a Epsilon SCHUHS, FORREST l imont, Kansas SCHUHS, WANDA Breeden, Kansas SCOTT, CLYDE A A B m Zoology Bel lev die. Kan sas Phi Sigma Epsilon S EACHORD, CLARIECE B B S ,n HomeEevnunucs Morrowville, Kansas Home Economies Club SHOTTENKIRK. LOWELL B S in Bus, ness Adrnin- I strati on Garfield, Kansas International Relations Club SIMMONS, FREDERICK L B.S. in Physical Educ Mankato. Kansas K Club. Se,- -Tree 4 SKUBAL. RAYMOND BS in Physical Education Dresden, Kansas. SMRCHA, GLEN OLEN B S. in General Science La- Crosse, Kansas. SOMERS. MARILYN RHEA cation Dorlge City, Kansas R S in Physical Edu- W A A , Vice- Pres 4 - — 2 1 — SNEDDON , Mi ETON S. B.S, in Sociology. Ransom, Kansas. SNOOK, NORVIN. A.B in Political Science. Ford t Kansas. SROMER, ESTHER. B.S , in Home Economics. Alex- ander, Kansas, STEWARD, ELEANOR B S. in Education, Hill City, Kansas. STUFFY, CHARLES E. B.S. in Physical Education Lykens, Pennsylvania. Leader, Reveille, Phi Sigma Epsilon . SULLIVAN, WARD A.B . in Chemistry. Hays, Kan- sas. TALBERT , CLINTON. B.S . in Chemistry. Ellis , Kan- sas. T EASLEY , W ARREN . B.S . in Business Administra- tion. N stoma, Kansas, international Relations. Tau Kappa Epsilon. THARP. SHIRLEY. B.S. in Physical Education. Rus- sell, Kansas. Tigerettes, W.A.A., Reveille, Alpha Psi Omega , Alpha Sigma Alpha, Leader , Little Theatre , Campus Booster Council , Band. THOMPSON t GLEN . A.B. in History. Beeler, Kansas. Little Theatre , German Chib , International Relations, Seventh Cavalry, Y.M.C.A . , A Capeila Choir , Who ' s Who. THORNBURG , DALE W. B.S. in Physical Educa- tion. Oberlin, Kansas. Club. THORNBURG, ELDON A, A.B. in Mathematics. Bloomington , Kansas. Engineers Club, German Club, Mathematics Club, Phi Sigma Epsilon. THORNS, JOHN. A.B. in Art . Hays , Kansas Ger- man Club, Art Activity, Kappa Pi, Phi Mu Alpha. TOM ANEK, JOHN. A B. in Political Science. Collyer, Kansas , TRIPLE, BRUCE C. A.B. in Music, Palco, Kansas. Phi Mu Alpha . VAN SCYOC. LEO. A.B. in English. Osborne , Kan- sas. Leader, International Relations Club t Pres. 4; Sev r - enth Cavalry, Spanish Club, Pi Gamma Mu, Vice-Pre s, 4; Sigma Tau Gamma . Who ' s Who. WAGNER, HENRY ROBERT BS in Business Ad- ministration, Kinsley , Kansas. International Relations Club, Vice- Pres. 4 ; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Treas . 4. W AHL, ORVILLE G B S. in Mathematics McCrack- en, Kansas. Engineers, Mathematics Club , Tau Kappa Epsilon. WALTERS , RALPH, B S, in Business Administration. Hays, Kansas. Newman Club, Sigma Tau Gamma WASINGER , FELIX B S in Business Admin- istration. Hays, Kansas Sigma Tau Gamma WEBER, NORMA B.S . in Physical Education. Hays , Kansas. WELCH , LOIS. A B in Art Great Bend , Kansas Little Theatre, Spanish Club r Home Economics Club , Tigerettes, Alpha Psi Omega WILDS . NEFF E. B S, in Agriculture. Coltyer, Kan- sas International Relations. Y MCA Sigma Theta Epsilon. Vice- Pres., 4 WILLIAMS, ELAINE. A B in Music and English Womens Leadership, Vice- Free. 3, Kappa Phi p V ice- Pres 3; Sigma Alpha lota . Class Sec. -T teas , WYLIE. M LYNN. B.S in Business Administration Quintet. Kansas International Relations , Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Sigma Epsilon. BLAZER ROBERT B.S, in Physical Education Wellington. Kansas " K” Club, Pr« 4 Sigma Tau Gamma. JUNIORS OFFICERS EUGENE BIRD ALYCE BARSTOW WILLIAM MAHONEY OILS AVER ( ALSTON) CHARLENE YVONNE Alexander, Kansas BARBER , ROY JESSE Hwgoton, Kansas BRACK , CONRAD MILES Great Bend, Kansas CARTER , MERALD Hays, Kansas BARSTOW , ALICE Macksvilh , Kansas BETTS , MARION JOAN Oberlin , Kansas CHAMBERS, JOHN Ellis, Kansas CONNER , WARREN Gypsum, Kansas BING AM AN , LeROY J Garfield , Kansas BIRD, EUGENE A Hays. Kansas CRAFT, DAVIE Garden City , Kansas C RIP PEN , DON A LD Gove, Kansas BlSSlfyG , A I LEE N WILSON Hays, Kansas BLUM , ROBERT F. Menlo, Kansas CRONN. ARDEN Smith Center, Kansas DELLETT , KENNETH Hays, Kansas DREtUNG , GILBFRT Victoria, Kansas DROEGEME1ER. FRANCIS Geneaco, Kansas GEARHARDT , BILLY DONALD Lernira, Kansas GIEBLER, ROBERT JOSEPH Hays, Kansas DUER, RUSSELL Hays, Kansas EH LING. PAUL Abbyvilfc, Kansas GILES , MELV A LEE He pe welt. Kansas GINTHER . FRANK WILLIAM Hays. Kansas ELLIS. HAROLD Kinsman, Kansas ELLIS. WANDA Kinsman. Kansas GOETZ . GLADYS MARIE Victoria, Kansas grimes, carol dee Alton , Kansas ERICKSON. CURTIS Jrnrnn , Kansas EVERS.CARLOS Mr x tco City. Mexico FOSTER. DONALD WYETH Satanta. Kansas POULK, DUANE ALFRED Turon. Kansas HERRON , ROBERT WAYNE Spear ' ith , K a n as H CKEL, OK MATTHEW Eflinwooti , Kansas FOWLEK. DON DUANE Kalvrita. Kansas FROSS, FLORENCE MARIE Hays. Kansas H LL. tV LL A .Vf DEAN U is Animas, Colorado HOBBS , EARL ROBERT Pwrfc o, Co orar o CROWE, KENNETH E Fuff on. Nr» Vor HAGGARD. HELEN LOUISE Gorham. Kansas FA RLE V, AMES DOYLE Mrndr. Kansas F SCH LI , RI CH A RD JUNIOR SprrfI , Kansas HAMBURG. ELAINE M Ellt i, Kansas herrman, OAN MAR E LaCrossr, Kansas HOFFMAN, H ARLAN D LA MONT Ellin wood, Kansas HOOFER , W ILFORD DONALD Stockton , Kansas LATAS, WANDA RUTH Rozei y Kansas LEBSACK , LUANNE JOY Otis . Kansas HOOKER , ROBERT A. Winona, Kansas HORNER . HARLEY BRINK ER Goodtand, Kansas LEIKER , IRENE AGNES Hays r Kansas LUCE, DOROTHY LUCILLE Co flyer, Kansas HUBBARD, JOSEPH E. Waldo, Kansas J ELLISON , MARGARET Hays, Kansas MALONE , ROBERT ELDON St. Francis, Kansas M A X WELL JAM ES E L W YN Hays f Kansas JELLISON, BILLY D Hays , Kansas JOHNSON, RUTH Wilson , Kansas McClellan, Robert lee Zurich, Kansas McCONNOUGHAY , JOHN G . Lamed, Kansas KEELEY, TERRY DEAN Paivnee JRocA, Kansas KEENER, WILLIAM JEFFERSON Rush Center, Kansas McKEE, AILEEN Hays, Kansas MILLER, ABRAHAM M. Wa eeney, Kansas KENYON, ANNE L. WaAeeney, Kansas KING . SHIRLEY ANN Ellis, Kansas MILLS t JOHN F Bunkerhill, Kansas MILLS, LAURA JANE Copeland, Kansas KVASNICKA, CLAIRE ANN Wakeeney, Kansas LA NCASTER, PA TRI CIA JE A N Chicago 18, Illinois MOORE, ST ANLEY WALTER Hays, Kansas MO PLAN, MARTHA Protection, Kansas — 26 — MULLENDER, JOHN Waldo , Kansas NEELY, JAMES U, Hays, Kansas RICKE , ROBERT Zends, Kansas RIGGS, ROBERT Hays, Kansas PET R ASF K, GEORGE Jrnnmt fs, Kansas PITTMAN . DON Russell, Kansas SCHULTE . RAYMOND B Walker, Kansas NORCROSS, J O Russell, Kansas OL PH ANT, MARCUS Off eric, Kansas RITTER. HAROLD Hoisington, Kansas ROBINSON , FRANCES ELLEN OsZwrne. Kansas ORMSBEE, ELEANOR Simth Center. Kansas ORTH, LEROY Hays, Kansas ROCK WELL, ELEANOR ELAINE Hays, Kansas SCHEUERMAN . MARVIN C Alexander, Kansas O ' TOOLE . PATRICIA Arnold, Kansas PAXSON. JIMMIE Penokee, Kansas SCHUCHER. CLARET A ANN Hoxte. Kansas SCHMIDTBERGFR , LOREN F Hay , Kansas Sat ant a. Kansas POHLMAN. HENRY Natoma. Kansas POWERS, NORMA Bunkerhitt, Kansas SEUSER , JAMES LEE Bison, Kansas SHRAVNER, RALPH Protection, Kansas PYWELL. CHARLES Patco. Kansas RAY, EUGENE Ford, Kansas SMITH. ALBERT GRANT Ransom , Kansas SMITH, DUANE A Barboufvffle, Ky — 27 — ZANE, RUSSELL R Protection, Kansas WORLEY , ALICE MARIE Paradise, Kansas WYLIE, IRENE M. Phfflipsburg, Kansas TOWN LEY, HOPE Glade, Kansas UNDER WOOD t PATSY Agra. Kansas WYCOFF, MARVIN Lamed, Kansas YOUNG, LOLA JEA Macksvilh, Kansas SMITH, JOHN JULIUS Ulysses, Kansas SNAVELY, RUBY Sublette, Kansas WASINGER, LEONA Hays, Kansas WATT, DEAN Healy, Kansas STADELMAN, JOHN Hays, Kansas TEDFORD, LAW RENCB DELBERT Minneola, Kansas THOMPSON , ROBERT Satanta, Kansas THURLQW, NOVALINE Hays, Kansas WEILERT. CHRISTINE Hays, Kansas WILSON, SHIRLEY Hays , Kansas — 28 — ACRE. LOiS EVELYN Sharon Sprint . AHRENS , JAMES DEAN Greensbirrt, Kansas ALBRECHT . MARILYN JUNE Smith Center Kansas BRANDYBERRY. W ARDEN Hit! City, Kan ARNOLD. NORMA ROSE Plmimrith, Kansas BAKER. DON EUGENE Great Re ml. Kansas BARNES . ILLA ELIZABETH K annas B RO W N . DONN A LEE Paradtse. Kansas BARRY. JEAN Smith Center, Kansas BAUS. RAYMOND Alexander. Kansas BENDA. OSCAR DALE CoJby, Kansas BRUBAKER, CHARLES WAYNE Hutoton. Kansas BILUNGS. BARBARA B Penokee. Kansas BINDER. DORIS MARGUERITE Hay 9. Kansas BJSEL . BONNIE LEE Hope welt, Kansas brundage. florin e marie Brownell. Kansas BOTT . ERMA UJCILE MrCrarken. Kansas BOGART. QUENTIN JOSEPH Hays. Kansas SOPHOMORES BLANK BERT Gramheld. Kansas OFFICERS President W AY N E BRU BAKER Vice-President JO EVA H1NKHOUSE Secretary-Treasurer BARBARA BILLINGS Pi BURM SISTER, FERDINAND HENRY Claihn. Kansas CLARK. ROBERT Beloit , Kansas CONNER , GUY McCracken , Kansas COSTELLO , LEW Scot? C fy Kansas SUSS, DARREL EDWARD SfoeJfcfon, Kansas CRAMER, GEORGE Hea y, Kansas CROSSLAND , KENNETH Ransom , Kansas CROMLY, A V V Co 6y, Kansas CAMP , CURT S Nafoma, Kansas daeev, DONNA Hays, Kansas DAV S, AMES H(7 Ci y, Kansas DeBOER. VESTA Prairie View, Kansas CARDENAS, ALE] ANDRE Mexico DECKER , MELVIN Bison , Kansas DEETER, CHARLES Norcator, Kansas DEUTCHER t CHARMA NE EHifi h Kansas CARSON, DOR S Russell , Kansas DILLARD, R. M. Hays, Kansas DOUGHERTY r WALTER Natoma, Kansas DUNCKER. T C ARLENE Ford , Kansas CASSEL, DONNA Hill City, Kansas EARL , PATSY Hays, Kansas EHRLICH t D NELLE Hays , Kansas EKEY, DEN ZELL Code!!, Kansas CLARK, DONALD Dighion , Kansas ESF NOAS, ALFONSO Mexico EVANS, VIRGIL Gove, Kansas EYMAN,E. JOYCE Johnson , Kansas FOX, MARY LEE Roxel. Kansas FUNK. RAMONA LEE Ne s City . Kansas G ARM AN, PHYLLIS ARLENE Courtland. Kansas HIBBS. DORTH EUGENE Osborne, Kansas FLEENOR, ROBERT MERLE HeaJy, Kansas FLEMING, DOROTHY IRENE Kanop olis, Kansas FOSS, ROBERT EUGENE f n ir n J Jtl .10 fk t JB-C FICKEN, DALE LEONARD Bison, Kansas FILBERT. EDWARD DAVID Brownell , Kansas FINNEY. JACK L Hays p Kansas HARVEY , MARY LOUISE HAWKS, LOWELL E Hays, Kansas t r GARRISON. JAMES TURNER Osborne, Kansas GIBSON, MERYL LESTER phtlltpsburg, Kansas GORE , DORTHE DEE Sterling, Kansas H1NK HOUSE. JO EVA Palm, Kansas GOURLEY , VIOLET LEA Lincoln, Kansas GRIFFITH. NADA Wakeeney, Kansas GRIFFITH r VADA G Wakeeney, Kansas HOOKER. ELIZABETH Winona, Kansas HAGGARD. ROBERT HARSH Gorham, Kansas HALE , BARBARA JANE Alton . Kansas HALE , LOIS MYRTLE Hays. Kansas HORNER. WILMA ARDEANE Good land, Kansas HAMILTON. ARTHUR JOHANN Oberfin, Kansas HA NSON, VERNA JEAN Colby , Kansas HARRIS, JULIA ANN Hay a, Kariaa HOSKINS. DONALD LUTHER Natonia. Kansas 31 — HUFF, EILEEN GENEVA Lebanon, Nebraska JONES, ARTHUR R Hill City, Kansas JONES, DONALD EDWARD Ellis , Kansas JURY. BARBARA JEANNE Ctefiin. Kansas HUSS, MERLE EUGENE Stockton, Kansas K ESTER, E. LEWIS Huntington, Ind. KING, HOWARD C. .Agra. Kansas KIN SINGER, FLOYD ELTON Ness City, Kansas INGRAM, DOLORES YVONNE Hays , Kansas LAPPIN, RICHARD CECIL Alexander, Kansas LEIKER, SIGMUND L., JR. Hays, Kansas LINDNER, NORMAN GLENN Garden City , Kansas ACOBINI, MARGARET RUTH LOESCH , LEWIS WILLIAM Raymond, Kansas LOOMIS , ROBERT JR Alton, Kansas LOSEY , LUTIE ANN Cove, Kansas JACOBS, VERNA LOU Hays, Kansas MANNING , PHYLLIS JEAN Hays, Kansas MARCY, DALE Ransom, Kansas McCORMICK, BARBARA LOU Elkhart, Kansas JANOUSEK, ARNOLD LEE Kanoria, Kansas McPherson, Robert ray Natoma, Kansas MEDINA , JUAN FRANCISCO Valencia, Venezuela M ELROY, DA VID JAM ES Norton, Kansas JOHNSON, MARGARET ELAINE Jennings , Kansas MILLER, JAY Norton, Kansas MITCH EL, EDWIN L. Ellis, Kartsas MORRIS, MIRIAM PlainviHe, Kansas — 32 — MORRISON, RICHARD Protection, Kansas MUNSELL, ELVER A Hay f s, Kansas MURRAY, LuELMA Scott City, Kansas RICH ARDS. ROY Ofterte Kansas . «■ NEWTON. FRED K Grain held, Kansas NICHOL. DORA Patco. Kansas NIQUETTE. ERNEST Arnold, Kansas ROBERTS. THEO EDMOND Q it inter. Kansas NOAH, CALVIN Palco . Kansas NOLTE, ROBERT Heafy, Kansas ODOM KENNETH Mat ksv die. Kansas ROBINSON, LOIS JEAN Hdt City. Kansas PARR . CONNIE Pten rev i He, Kansas pfister, verdelle Pawnee Rock, Kansas PINKSTON. MYRON Seward. Kansas ROBINSON, V ALDA LEE Ransom. Kansas POKORNY ROBERT LaCnmm, Kansas PRATT. NORM AND T Hays. Kansas REIN KING, RICHARD Simpson. Kansan ROT HEN BERGER. BARBARA J Qaborne, Kansas REMMERT. MARVELL A Frederick, Kansas RHOADES, MARGARET Ellin, Kansas RICE, ANNIE Hilt City, Kansas SCHEUERMAN, GAIL B Banne, Kansas — 33 — MYERS. MARY Plains, Kansas NEAL. LEROY CONRAD Hays, Kansas NEUMEYER, KATHLEEN Alexatufer, Kansas RITTER, LUGENE Hoiainflton, Kansan LaVON ORVAL SMITH , WARREN PAUL Gove, Kansas SFENA, ROSEMYRA Wakeeney, Kansas STARKEY JERRY Havitand, Kansas SCHLEGEL, ELMAN L Otis , Kansas STORMS, RALPH Hugoton , Kansas SUMPTER, WES Downs, Kansas TAYLOR, RUTH LA VERNE PlainvMe , Kansas SEACHORD , JAMES RICHARD Steele City, Nebraska TEGTMEYER, LA VERNE Wa cea ney, Kansas THON, CLIFFORD Healy , Kansas TOMLINSON , JOHN Overland Park, Kansas SEE , BETTY LOU Ransom, Kansas TREXLER, ALLEN Hill City , Kansas VAN LERBERG, DALE Shawnee, Kansas WARREN, PAULINE Garden City , Kansas SELT MANN, COLLEEN JUNE Alexander, Kansas WAS1NGER , LESTER Ways, Kansas WATT ; BETTY Almena, Kansas WATT, ROY Mealy, Kansas SI DEBOTTOM, DONN A Dighton, Kansas WEIDNER, MARY Sublette , Kansas WELLS, LON Alexander, Kansas WERHAN, DON Ways, Kansas SMITH, JAMES TIMOTHY Stockton , Kansas WILSON , ETHELMAE Macksville, Kansas ZE1GLER, ROBERT THEODORE Collyer, Kansas ADA S, DOROTHY MAY Hoxie, Kansas ADAMS, MARY ANITA Osborne, Kansas FRESHMEN T A, ALB1N. DONALD LEE Cove, Kansas ALBIN . FRANCES ARLENE Cove, Kansas OFFICERS Rmident DON BURNETT V ice -President Secretary-T reastiref HAROLD KRAUS EVELYN CARLEY ALLEN , WENDELL GORDON Oberlin, Kansas ANDERSON. PAUL LEON Harlan. Kansas r- ' XL archer, bobby gene Ulysses, Kansas ARENSM AN DOROTHY UJCILLE Bushton. Kansas BATCHELOR , GERALD WAYNE Wichita. Kansan BEEDY .JOAN KATHLEEN Agra, Kansas BEERY . DORIS LEA Cimarron „ Kansas ausmus. beth alene Russell Spring , Kansas AUSTIN. M ARILEE JO Waldo, Kansas BELDEN, ELIZABETH ANN Brloit, Kansas BERLAND, PATRICIA M JPafro. Kansas a-i i ? BOOK , GAILARD P Beloit, Kansas AUSTIN. RICHARD LOREN Cotlyer. Kansas AUSTON. JOAN BETH Alexander, Kansas BOXBERGER, DONNA KAY W akeeney, Kansas BOTT, DONALD McCracken, Kansas BRANDENBURG, WILMA ILENE Wakreney, Kansas BAIRD, ROBERTA MAE Bunker Hill, Kansas BARTON, DEAN Wallace. Kansas BREATHOUWER, PATSY JO Prairie View, Kansas BRENNAN, LAWRENCE JOSEPH Kansas Crfy, Kansas BRIAN. ROY V. B re water. Kansas — 35 — BROTEMARKLE, DORIS LOUISE Platnville, Kansas BROWN, BARBARA Great Bend, Kansas BROWNE, JAMES EDWARD Burdett, Kansas DORTLAND , ANNA Gorham, Kansas DOXON , WILLIAM Formosa, Kansas BULLOCK, ALICE VIVIAN Hays, Kansas BURNETT, DONALD Hays, Kansas BURNETT, LOUIS STEPHAN Saint John, Kansas DRAKE, DENNIS Pawnee Rock, Kansas DU FIELD, JACK Plains, Kansas BURRIS, PAUL D Junction City, Kansas BYRD, BRYAN JAMES Bloomington, Kansas CALLAWAY, ALBERT Hoisington, Kansas EICHELBERGER, MARY Kays, Kansas EULERT, LEWIS Paradise, Kansas CARLEY , EVELYN Hays, Kansas CHURCH , ROBERT Russell, Kansas COLE, HARRY jet more, Kansas FABRIZIUS, ELLE HER MINE Wakeeney, Kansas FARRELL, ANNA LOUISE Hill City , Kansas CRISSMAN, ROBERT Russell, Kansas DEAN, JIMMY EHinwoodf Kansas DEANE, HU BE RT Hoxie, Kansas FETROW , MINNIE GRACE Cedar, Kansas FIELD, MARGARET Formosa, Kansas DEIN ES , MAR LE NE Wakeeney, Kansas DEINES, MARY Wakeeney, Kansas DEINES , MYRON Wakeeney, Kansas FIRBBAUGH, JAMES Augusta f Kansas FONDALE, JOYCE ANN Ogaltah, Kansas DENISON, JACK LaCrosse, Kansas DEPPERSCHMIDT, EUGENE Hays, Kansas DODD, JIMMY Esbon , Kansas POOS, BETTY Healy, Kansas FOOS, CAROL ELAINE Bazine , Kansas — 36 — 3U ■srifeta.-iafc; •. -- FOOS, FLOYD EUGENE Razine, Kansas FORD. M ARGARET Hays, Kansas GOAD , DOLORES IRENE Copeland , Kansas GOETZ , SEK VAKD Victoria, Kansas GKOSE, MA HV7 V DUAHE Hanna, Kansas FOSTER. CHARLENE T ribune, Kansas FOX , GENE Ashland, Kansas GUENTHER, NORMAN Goodland. Kansas HAAS. FRANK Hays, Kansas HACHMEISTER. MARVIN H Natoma, Kansas FRESHOUR, MARILYN Hays, Kansas FROETSCHNER. DONNA JEAN Lamed. Kansas HALL. ALBERT Earned, Kansas HANNA , CLYDE LAMAR Debtor . Kansas HANZtJCK. SHIRLEY LOU Russell, Kansas FUNK. JERRY Nr ss City , Kansas GALES, PHYLUS JANE La Crosse, Kansas HARPER. DON ALDA JOAN Healy. Kansas HARPER. JERRY LEROY Winona. Kansas HARTMAN, LOREN GERALD Otis, Kansas G ANSEL. BERT DANIEL Hill City. Kansas GARRISON, JAMES LEROY Osfcornc. Kansas HAWKS, DON Alexander , Kansas HERKER, ALVIN Oakley, Kansas HENRY. ROSALIE Prnoker, Kansas GENTZLER. DONALD E Crniarron, Kansas GIBSON , DON N A LEA Rnitrl, Kansas HUNSLEY. JACK herklotz, edwardj Hays. Kansas HILLS , PAUL Eshan. Kansas GIEBLER. BETTE LOUISE Hays, Kansas GINTHER. ALICE IRENE Hays, Kansas HOPKINS, RONALD Arnold, Kansas HUBER. ALMA Ellis, Kansas . 5 c: 4 tr ihri i tkh, HUFFM AN, M ARJOR1E JEANETTE Redwtn . Kansas - 37 — JACOBS , DONALD Fair port, Kansas JECHA , JOAN ELAINE Timken, Kansas JOHNSON , MARY JOAN Govs , Kansas LAMOREE, NORMA MAE Russell, Kansas LARSON , VELMA LEE Goodland, Kansas JOHNSON, PHYLIS Hays , Kansas JOHNSON, THERON C. Zurich, Kansas JOHNSON t JAMES ] . Osborne, Kansas LAUBENGAYER , WRG MA LEE Hays, Kansas LAYMAN , MARVIN IRAL Meade, Kansas JONES t FAYE McPherson, Kansas KAPS, DONALD WILLIAM Bunker Hill, Kansas KEENER, MERILYN JO Norton, Kansas LEGLEJTER, MARIETTA RITA LaCrosse, Kansas LEIKAM , NORMAN Hays , Kansas KENNARD, ROBERT LEE Chase, Kansas KENNEDY , PETER Waldo , Kansas KESSLER , MARILYN JANICE Russell, Kansas LEITNER, DARLENE Kensington, Kansas LEWIS, CARL DEAN Esbon, Kansas KILBRIDGE, MARGARET MARY W ' as iin fon ' 7 , D. 0. KLAURENS, ALICE MARIE Menlo, Kansas KOHL, HUGO A. Ness City, Kansas LINDNER, HERBERT GREIG Hays, Kansas LOGSDON, BETTI E Hays, Kansas JYJi KRAUS, HAROLD GEORGE Hays, Kansas KRIBBE, KENNETH Randall, Kansas KRUEYER, ROY RAND N stoma, Kansas MARESCH r MARVIN E, LaCrosse, Kansas MARLOW, LET A ROSE Atwood, Kansas KYSAR, DOROTHY ARLENE Quinter , Kansas LAIZURE t BETTE JUNE Hays, Kansas LAKE, LEO RAY Esbon, Kansas MARSH , RICHARD LEW ELLY NN Syracuse, Kansas MAUNE , MARVIN DUANE Syracuse, Kansas —38 — . a MAX WELL, ROBERT LYNN Hays, Kansas McBRIDE, CORNELIA JOYCE Seward, Kansas MERKEL, CECtL E JR Garfield, Kansas MERKLE, F D, Meade, Kansas MEYER, EDNA DORIS Almena, Kansas McCARTY , GERALD KENNETH Lewis, Kansas McCONCHIE , DELMA L Ptainville, Kansas MILLER , DON F. Fowler, Kansas MILLS, DIOR A FERNE Nekoma, Kansas MORROW, AUDREY Garfield, Kansas McCORMICK, MARJORIE UJANN Menlo, Kansas Mr COK, MARIAN GRACE Copeland, Kansas MOSER, JIMMY Codelt, Kansas MUNSELL, NORMA Hays, Kansas MURPHY, PATRICIA Rotel, Kansas McDOUGAL, LYNN RONALD Atwood, Kansas mcfarland, benjamin h Hays, Kansas NAGEL . MARVEL MARIE Alton, Kansas NELSON, BONNIE LOU Vesper, Kansas NEWMAN. RICHARD ERNEST Russell, Kansas McGinnis, don eugene Esbon, Kansas McKinley , Virginia auce Medicine Lodge, Kansas OHLEMEIER, EUGENE LaCroaae, Kansas PALECEK. EVELYN M unden, Kansas PARK , DALE Hays, Kansas McKinley, Virginia nan Mul linv tile, Kansas McKISSICK. PATRICIA ANN Zeller, III. PARSLEY, STANLEY Syracuse, Kansas PATTON, ZANE Densmore, Kansas PESCHKA. GERTRUDE Hoisington , Kansas MEGAFFIN, SCOTT NORWOOD Caw her City , Kansas MERKEL. EARL DEAN Garfield, Kansas PETERS, EDITH Kinsley, Kansas PETTY, NORMAN Hays Kansas POWERS, PATRICK Great Bend, Kansas — 39 — PURVIS, IRIS Bird City, Kansas RANDEL, AUDREY Jetmore, Kansas REID , RUTH Oakley, Kansas SHELTON , TOMMY JOE Stafford, Kansas SIEMSON, GERALD H. Holy rood, Kansas KJCHA ?0S,MAKy Russell, Kansas RICHARDSON f CLEO Sharon Springs, Kansas RIEDEL, EDNA Wakeeney, Kansas SLANSKY, VIOLET MARIE Plainvilte, Kansas SMITH, ALEXINE M. Dens more, Kansas RIEDEL, NORMA WaJfrer, Kansas ROTH, JOHNNY Pieiier, Kansas SANDERS, RALPH FRANCIS Pfeifer, Kansas SMITH, ROBERT D. Russell, Kansas SMITH , WILDA MAXINE Gove, Kansas S ANGSTER, MARY LOU Protection , Kansas SAVLOK, BOB LEE Osborne , Kansas SCHABEN, DONNA LEE Bazine, Kansas SOMEKS, JOYCE Dodge City, Kansas STAAB, FRANCIS E . Catherine , Kansas SCHAFER, GERALDINE T. LaCrosse, Kansas SCHAFER , SYLVIA ANN LaCrosse, Kansas S CHLEGEL, NORMA JEAN Otis, Kansas ST AN DISH, MILES Atmena, Kansas STANSBURY, BEVERLY Formosa, Kansas SCHMIDT, GERALD Syracuse, Kansas SCOTT. BETTY LOU Ahnena, Kansas SEELY E, RUTH ETTA MARIA McCracken. Kansas STINCHCOMB , ORVAL Syracuse, Kansas STONE , KATHRYN Albert, Kansas SELLENS. DONITA MAE Russell, Kansas SELLERS, DOUGLAS EDWIN Wafreeney , Kansas SHAW , MARLENE ELAINE W akeeney , Kansas STONES, HAROLD Red Cloud, Nebraska ST. LAWRENCE, JAMES Fowler, Kansas SUITER, PHYLLIS M acksville, Kansas TUTTLE, VIVIAN Kalvesta, Kansas UHRICH, LAURA Oakley , Kansas VAN BRIMMER, JANET Hoisinfiton, Kansas SULLIVAN, JOHN Edmond, Kansas SUTTON , DOLORES Oakley , Kansas VAN UOENEN , GENEVA Philhpaburg, Kansas VAN LOENEN, JAMES Prairie View, Kansas VAN SCYOC , FRANCES Osborne, Kansas TERRIL. MAX Burr Oak, Kansas TERRY, DAISY Russell, Kansas VON, SCHRILTZ Healy, Kansas WAHLMEIER, ROBERT Jennings, Kansas WALDEN, JOAN Hoxie, Kansas THOM AN, LEE ANN Russell, Kansas THOMPSON, FRANK Alexander, Kansas WALDMAN. PIUS Park , Kansas WALKER. BETTY Ctmarron , Kansas VV LKEK, R CHAffD Fcm ' rf , Kansas T MMOWS. SHIRLEY Lntfan, Utah TJPP . LOUIS Portfs. Kansas WELUNG. DONALD Paradise, Kansas WELSCH, RHODA Trousdale. Kan san WEST, RALPH Lamed, Kansas TOMPKINS . DONALD Byers, Kansas TRADER, LLOYD Hanston, Kansas WHITAKER, WILMA Medicine Lodge, Kansas WHITE . FRANK Shallow Water, Kansas WHITE, WILMA Natoma, Kansas a, THOMPSON , DEAN Oakley. Kansas TILLETT. MORRIS Ulysses. Kansas WALTERS t GEORGE Ruaaetl, Kansas WARREN, WENDELL Huftoton, Kansas WELCH , JOYCE Hays, Kansas •1 4 WILKENS, MARY ANN Lortmne, Kansas WILKERSON, ALLEN DEAN Luray t Kansas WILKERSON, JOAN MARIE Russell, Kansas WRIGHT, PATRICIA LOIS Hays, Kansas WOSTENBURG, BETTY Wallace, Kansas WILLIAMS, MARY JANE Ptainville, Kansas WILSON, MARILYN MARIE LaCrosse, Kansas WOOD, WILMA JEAN Trousdale, Kansas YEAGY, MARY L. Ptainvilie, Kansas young, NORMA RAE LaCrosse r Kansas SPECIAL STUPENTS ESPINO AS, ENRIQUE Mexico LONG, ALICE LOUISE Quinter, Kansas MRAVINIC, LARRY Paradise , K a nsas PFIEFER, CALLISTUS Hays, Kansas ADDISON , NELLIE IRENE Special Students Hot Pictured H ays, Kansas McCAMPBELL, JAMES WALTER Fowler, Kansas DENTON , HOPE Hays, Kansas DREILING, LUCY Hays, Kansas JONES, RICHARD KIETH Bird City , Kansas JU ERGENS, R. LOUISE Hays, Kansas KRUEYER, THOMAS HEN REV Natoma, Kansas LONG , MARGUERITE IRENE Quinter , Kansas MANN , MARLIS ECKLES Hays, Kansas McKEE, IRMIOA AILEEN Hays, Kansas McNUTT, WALTER ADRIAN Hays, Kansas MILLER , JAY JOSEPH Del tab, Kansas NELSON, JOHN KING Hays, Kansas PEI R A NO, ELEANOR Hays, Kansas PREISS, JOYCE Stafford, Kansas SEARCH , MRS. A. LOUISE Hays , Kansas SHORT, EDITH ORVELLA Hays, Kansas WINTER, CHARLES L. Hays, Kansas ZAHRT, GENEVIEVE ROSALIE Hays, Kansas — 42 — BOWMAN. HARLAND Quintet, Kansas Education CROWN, WINTON Agra, Kansas M istory BREJCHA. HAROLD Gaylord. Kansas Chemistry DREES. LINUS Hays . Kansas Physics CHENG SHAN, LIN China Botany FERGUSON, DONALD Menlo, Kansas Education COBB. PAUL Hays, Kansas Education FORSYTH. CHARLES Medicine Lodge, Kansas History GRADUATE STUDENTS McARTHUR. BILL Hays, Kansas Education TOMBAUGH. ROBERT Burden, Kansas Chemistry NEYER. ISABELLE Hanston, Kansas History VINE. WANDA LEE Zurich, Kansas Educat ron NEYER. JOHN Hanston. Kansas History WEETH. EDWIN Sc hoe nc hen, Kansas Commerce TOMBAUGH. ETHEL Burden. Kansas WOLFE, CHARLES Bar me. Kansas Education Drew Pearson greets the nation from our campus , . . . and tells ' Prexy r ' all about our foreign policy. - — 44 — FACULTY BEES LEY, ALICE Professor of Home Economics Head ot Department BOGART, KATHERINE Assistant Professor of English COULSON, MARION Assistant Professor of English GOLDEN. EMMA Assoc rate Professor of Language GORHAM. MAUDE Assistant Professor of Psychology AGNEW. ELIZABETH Dean Emeritus ot Women almquist, E C. Assistant Professor in Photography BROOKS. D. K Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Physics ETTER. EUGENE Assistant Professor of Mathematics GROSS. PAUL B Assoclsfe Professor of Physical Education Director of Athletics HAMILTON. DR. SAMUEL Head of Philosophy Department ATWOOD. benjamin Instructor fn Economics and Business Administration C-HOGUILL. DR HAROLD Professor of Chemistry Head ot Department J Ml CODER. DR RALPH V Professor of Entflfsfi Head oi Department Chairman of Languages and Literature DOM IN Y. THAMA Instructor in Home Economics COOK, KENNETH Instructor in Business AcJmjrnjst rat ion EASTMAN. WILLIAM Instructor in Biology FELTEN. LUCILLE Assistant Professor of Mu$ic ! ANSELM. COURTENAY Instructor in Chemistry GARNER, NAOMI Assistant Professor of English DAVIS. GAYNELLE Associate Professor of Education Director of Elementary Education FRANCIS, ALEX Assistant Professor of Physical Education Head Track Coach DOBOSH. DREW Assistant Professor of Art E. LELAND ructor in itnahsm MARSHALL. E L Assiatfani Prolesaor of Mathematics NE WRECKER ILL A Instructor m Home Econo mffS MARTIN. EDWIN mfrucror in Zootomy ONION, CHARLES C Instructor in Hr tory LR. DR LEON i te Protestor of Zoo fogy McCARROLL. ROSELLA AumanS Professor of Education iRNDON, GENEVA Cfor in Speech Mt EAR LAND HENRY Assistant Prolesmti of K Biology PALMER HAROLD Aurtr«nr ' fo Mior of Musk ' PARISH VERNA Auistan ' Profeaaor wf DNS. HAROLD tant Ptofeaaor of Botany TMAN RALPH rtant ProfeaaOt of ywicaf Education Coach of Foot hall LACEY MABEL Ammtani Proinmc of English McORAT H DR ROBERT T Pfnfpwv of Education PERKINS MARIA jflg? Ptofeaaor of Sotmhgy LANDRUM. NIT A Su fnrvmoc of Correspondence Study Executive Secretary Afumm Association MORRISON ALICE Amnfant Professor of English miNI MODESTO lessor ot Le sngiiage ad of Department LIN. PHILLIP frarrucfor to Sociology and Political Science MOSS JOEL AwiM rf Profemmot ot Art PERRY MARY AILEEN InsfriKfor in Afu »c RANKIN. DR ROY Prn r M f of CArfrusrJT WOOSTER. DR L D. President Emeritus Professor ot Geology SURAN, CADE Instructor in Physical Education Head Coach of Basketball W r ALLERSTEDT, WALTER Instructor in Print ini Head of Printing Department STUPPY, ELINOR Assistant instructor oi IVomen ' s Physical Education r REED, DR H B, Professor of Psychology Head of Department WELLS, JAMES R Instructor in Agricultun Assistant Farm Supervisor WELLS. T W Assistant Prof essor oi English WELTY, DR RAYMOND Professor ot History Head ot Department ROGERS. JACK Instructor in Political Science ROUSE, JAMES E Professor ot Agriculture WILKINS, WILLIAM Instructor in Music RAYBURN, WILBUR instructor n Industrial Arts SCOTT, DR. IRA Associate Professor ot Education START. JAMES R. Professor of Speech Head of Department STOPHER. EMMET C. Professor of Mathematics and Head of Department SYVERSON. WILLIS Assistant Instructor in Industrial Arts THOMAS, DOLLIE instructor in Business Administration THOMPSON. DR. L W Professor of Economics and Business Administration tfrlff Head of Department TOALSON. WILMONT Assistant Professor of Mathematics UNRUH, FRED instructor in History WOOD, W CLEMENT Professor of £ducflfifn and Head of Department VANDIVER. MABEL Professor of Art Head of Department . t REYNOLDS. LEO B Associate Professor of Music SPOMER . E. J Associate Professor of Economics and Business Administration STREETER. DR F B Librarian Professor ot Library Science R I EG EL. ANDREW Assistant Professor of Botany H . • STOUT ROBERTA Assistant Professor of English ZAHRT. MERTON S Protestor at M us Heal of Depart inert ZINSSER DR HARVEY Protestor at PhySiCS and Aif owm) ' Head of Department fACUlTy NOT PICTURED BARBOUR. ELISABETH Aft ' i anE Professor at Women Physical Education FRANCIS, HELEN A«u ranf Protamo of journalism bergland. maurine tiatrucrot at Women Physical Education MARPLE. ROBERT Instructor ot History McDonald. MARION G Irmtructor in Physical Education BROOKS. 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INEZ School N urse McGIMSEY MARGARET Auili Librarian ( Orders I MHLRATH HELEN A»i ra »r Librarian f Reference} URBAN ED Amistanr College Printer VAN ACKER EN MARGARET Amistani Librarian (Documents) :V MrINTOSH NINA Assn! art Librarian MILLER. MRS ETTA M HoueemOt he i Residence Hall WALLER ST EDT. MOLLIE Student Center LANDRUM. MRS NITA Alumni Bureau — 49 — Nature . . , clothed in her own beauty . Alex . . . our cheerleader from Hawaii. —50 — Stop eavesdropping, Bob f Oh f For the life of an extension worker Carnations contented rows have nothin on us — 51 — “ Vow, fftis is the way I look at it . . . ” Everybody wants to get into the act “ Chow Hall” " Campus Scenario ’ 52 — f • Science Building -■ 1 1 1 5 i [ 1 . 5 V y ' EjffiW • 1 Back Row: Marian McCoy, Ruth Ann Biehler, Margaret Jacobini, Verna Lou Jacobs, Norma Arn- hold, Barbara Hale, Frances Van Scyoc. 2nd Row: Alice Worley, Mary Lee James, Martha Lou Morlan, Patsy Earl, Ruby Snavely. 1st Row: Mary Jane Williams, Phyllis Garman, Shirley Hanzlick, Valda Robinson. Not Pictured: Shirley Tharp, Beverly Stansbury. Sponsor; Miss Parish, OFFICERS MARTHA LOU MORLAN + President President Martha Lou Morlan Secretary Shirley Tharp Vice-Presidenf Ruby Snavely Treasurer Verna Lou Jacobs — 62 — D . Z7 Z a,,,... Brown Fave Jones. Margaret Field, Nelva Lee Giles, D ' Nelle Ehrlich. Shir- ky C W son, Pat ' Underwood, Mary Weidner. Norma Powers, Barbara Brown. Pat Berland, Virginia Richards, Third row, Marilyn Kessler, Donita Sellens. Aileen McKee, Claire Ann Kvasnicka, Julia Hams, lean Manning. Donna Lee Darby, Carol Munson, Second row Delores Ingram, Marjorie Lebsack. Ehzabeth Beldom Miss New- , iiecker. sponsor, Norma Lamorec. Joan Wilkerson. Lois Welch, Donna bide- Jfljj bottom First row Edith Peters, Anna Farrell. Mary Myers. Doris Binder, Wilma Horner. I Not pictured Farita Fowler, W MARJORIE lebsack Pre i dent OFFICERS President MARJORIE LEBSACK Secretary F ce - President NORMA POWERS Treasurer LOIS WELCH SHIRLEY WILSON — 63 — JANF RUTH President OFFICERS President JANE RUTH Secretary BARBARA McCORMICK Vice-President SHIRLEY BRITT Treasurer C ARLENE DUNCKER Back row; Miss Beesley, sponsor; Marilyn Wilson, Betty Lou Walker, Pat Murphy, Lea Anne To- man, Mary Ann Deines, Marlene Deines, Joyce Welch, Joan Jecha, Marlene Shaw. Second row Norma Jean Schlegel, Pauline Warren, Jean Barry, Bonnie Bisel, Harriett Klenk, Margaret Earnest, Dorthy Unrein, Mary Adams. " | First row ; Elaine Johnson, Pat O Toole, Margaret Jellison, Jane Ruth, Carlene Duncker, Shirley Britt, Delores Fitzgerald. Not pictured: Barbara McCormick. I 64 Back raw Mary Hooker, Vesta DeBoer. Phyliss Gales. Ramona Funk. Melba Sarver. Dons Beery. Second row Mrs. Corder. sponsor; Shirley King, Luanne Lehsack, Alyce Barstow. Charmaine Deutcher, Elaine Hamburg. Miss Davidson. Housemother. First row. Verna Hanson. Marilyn Freshour. Margaret Ford. Dorothy Luce. Virginia Laubengayer. OFFICERS President SHIRLEY KING Secretary CHARMAINE DEUTCHER Treasurer ELAINE HAMBURG — 65 — SHIRLEY KING President Back row: Bob McPherson, Stanley Moore. Curtis Erickson.Harland Hoffman, Paul Ruggles, H. A. Kohl, Fred Pohlman, Dorth Hibbs, Henry Pohlman, Kenneth Odom, George Cramer, John Dougherty. Third row: Walter Wallerstedt, sponsor; Paul Burris, Ted Roberts. John Tomlinson, Ray Johnson, Jerry Funk, George Pctrasek, Virgil Evans, Dean Nolte, Lew Costello, John Smith. Second row: Carol Dee Grimes. Frank White, Bob Christensen, Norman Baldwin, Jim Johnson, Paul Miller, Philip Morgan, LaVon Scheuerman. First row: Jim Paxson, John Mul lender, Eugene Ohlemeier, Richard Stevenson, Clyde Phillips, Bill Pike, Eugene Bird. Not pictured: Gayle Combest, Russell Duer, Robert Foss. OFFICERS BOB CHRISTENSEN TT „ T _„ „„ TTX ,, A1 ., President President BOB CHRISTENSEN Secretary HENRY POHLMAN Vice-President CURTIS ERICKSON Treasurer HARLAND HOFFMAN Back row Dale Schieb. Samuel Moore. Merlin Corwin, Kenneth Delicti, Jae k Horner John Mur- phy. Gayle Krause. Robert Clark. Robert Haney. Gene Hess. R.chard Barrett. Eldon Matal, James Farley, Donald HerteL Third row David King, Robert Mlyner, Dale Younkin. Leon Roberts. Rex Marxmiller, Charles Thrrd row Dav.O Joseph Hubbard. Gad Lupton, Fred Unruh. sponsor Robert Shield . Rupert Knowles. Douglas Boston. Leo Meyers, John Carmody. Clarence McDan iels, Earl Hobbs, Robert Mahoney, Frank Gilman Second row. Roland Schlegel, Bill Jettison, Roger Brown, Lionel Howell. Sidney Shields. Wilbur Schraeder, Francis Droegemcicr, Paul Ehlmg.Jack Finney. Her schel Betts. Billy Campbell, Donald Crippen, Robert Malone Front row: Clovis Emrich, Vaughn Wells, Donald Fowler. Marvin Meade. Jimmy Moore. Roy Barber. John Gibbs, Elman Schlegel. George Dennison, Eldon Thorn- burg. Donald Harsh, ROLAND SCHLEGEL Prtt%id nt OFFICERS President ROLAND SCHLEGEL Secretary Vice-President FRANK GILMAN Treasurer ROBERT HANEY BILL J ELLISON — 67 — Back row; Donald Baker, jack Dufield, Frank Ginther, Dennis Drake, Joe Hickel, Milton Gill, Robert Engel, Robert Giebler, Edward Hcrklotz, Leon Morlan. Third row : Norvin Snook, Orval Stinchcomb. Raymond Borland, Paul Clark, Gregory Wasinger, Harold Augustine, Robert Earnest, Wendell Allen, Robert Riggs, Gilbert Leitz, Terry Keeley, Nor- mand Pratt, Donald Jacobs, Dean Thompson, Leo Leitz, Jack Ulery, David Jensen. Second row: James St. Lawerence. Robert Thompson, Cecil Calvert, Robert Hook- er, Kenneth Sehwertfeger, Ralph Shrauner, Quentin Bogart, Robert Blum, Rob- ert Blazer, Clarence Walters, Thomas Byerley, Scott, Macgaffin, First row . Thomas Gottschalk, Lawrence Brennen, Nathan Linenberger, Jack Den- V TT " nison, Robert Berland, Don Foster, Walter Androes, Ralph EngeL Dorrell George, r Robert Hawes, George Gottschalk. Bernard Wasinger, Rex Curtis. norvin snook President Sponsor Donald Ferguson. — 68 — BiKk row Richard Lappin, Herb Kuhn, Dale Hearon. Richard Morrison, Russell Pennington, Keith Fitzgerald, Morris Tillett. Ferdinand Burmeister, Harold Krause Third row Francis Mahoney. James Moore. San Gorham. George Walters. Lavcrne Dav.s, R .chard Pebbles, fames Ahrens. Allen Trexler, Rcrf Blank Second row Myron Deines. Pat Powers, B.ll Dougherty. Wilford H x fer. Loren Schmidtberger. Bob Wagner. Warren Conner. Richard McCall. Or vi c Duane Faulk First row Bob Tombaugh. Charley Pywell. Jim Duncan. Robert Gorham. Vernon Bell, Myron McKinley. Warren Teasley. Merrill Durr. Robert McClellan. Ger- aid Sicmson, Bill Bo! an OFFICER? WILLIAM BOLAN Pmidcnt VtC Ptmwfcni Srcrrtitf Ttrir wrt WILLIAM BOLAN LAVKNNK DAVIS CLIFTON T1LLKT 69 SPONSORS McGrath Mr Onurn The Panhellenic Council has as its chief concern those problems and difficulties arising in the various affairs and activities of the social sororities. Not only is there an interest in social affairs, but due emphasis is placed on scholarship through the awarding of the scholarship shield every semester. Membership in the group is filled by two members from each sorority and offices are held on a rotational basis. Patricia O’Toole, Sigma Sigma Sigma, served as president this year. Miss Gaynell Davis, sponsor of the Panhellenic Council Miss Wilma Wolf and Miss Jeanne Kuhn served as the Preferential Bidding Committee. To the Interfraternal Council are brought those questions arising among fraternities and from it come decisions w r hich make for better cooperation. With the Panhellenic Council the Interfraternal Council sponsored the All-Greek formal held in Oc- tober and made the plans for the Greek Conclave to be held in the summer. Rush week and its many smokers are also a responsibility of the group. Two members from each fraternity make up the group Henry Pohlman, Kappa Sigma Kappa, held the office of president and Dr R. V. Coder sponsored the organization. — 70 — 1 I Tau Kappa Epsilon House Sigma Theta Upsifon House — 7 i — - Phi Sigma Epsilon House Kappa Sigma Kappa House — 72 — - Delta Epsilon EVERETT MARSHALL President Delta Epsilon, national honorary science fratern- ity, is composed of members of the faculty and scholas- tically high senior majors. Their aim is to stimulate interest and achievement in scientific study and re- search. During meetings graduate students and faculty discuss different papers of any of the sciences. Officers for the year 1949-1950 were Everett L. Marshall president; Wilmont Toalson, vice-president: Dr. Harvey A. Zinszer, secretary- treasurer; Dr Harold Chogiull first senator; Edward C Almquist, second senator. Sigma Pi Sigma HAROLD BREJCHA President Physicists of tomorrow on the Fort Hays campus form Sigma Pi Sigma, national physics fraternity. The purpose of the organization is to advance the study of physics and to recognize high scholastic accomplish- ments in that field. Under the leadership of Harold Brejcha, president, the fraternity presented programs of new phases of physics and other interesting material, Other officers were; Merril Durr, vice-president; Wilmont Toalson, treasurer; Leland Page treasurer; Dr. Harvey A. Zins- zer is faculty sponsor. ► THEARON MOSER President Kappa Pi 4 I ‘As the sunshine colors flowers so art colors hie Thus the motto of the Fort Hays chapter of Kappa Pi, national art fraternity, colors the lives of its mem- bers. The purpose of the organization is to create and extend an active interest in art Kappa Pi sponsors ex- hibits from outside as well as those works done here on the Fort Hays campus. Thearon Moser served as president during the year. Roy Duel!. vice-president. Bob Mapes, secretary- treasurer; Martha Morlan. social chairman; John Thorns, Jr. program chairman Pi Gamma Mu, national honorary social science fraternity, endeavors to interest students in the social sciences. At meetings, panel discussions have been held to discuss current problems and advancements in that field. Members are selected by faculty of the organiza- tion and qualifications are based upon scholarships in the social science field. They are initiated at the spring banquet During the first semester. Marvin Meade served as president ; Leo Van Scyoc acted as president second semester Fred Unruh was secretary-treasurer. — 75 — Phi Mu Alpha Bringing music to the ears of their fellow students is the aim of the Phi Mu Alpha, national honorary music fraternity. The Phi Mu Alphas have again be- come an active organization on the campus. In the spring, a concert was presented by the activities under the direction of their sponsor, Harold Palmer. Larry Hull was president first semester. Second semester officers were: William Orth, president; Sig- mun Leiker, Jr, t vice-president; Bruce Trible, secre- tary; John Stadieman, treasurer; John C Thorns, Jr., historian; Jim Maxwell, sergeant-at-arms; Jack Jeur- gens, pledge master. Sigma Alpha lota Taking the lead in promoting music activities on the campus this year was Sigma Alpha Iota, national music fraternity Through the capable leadership of Charlene Auston Dilsaver, the girls were able to pro- vide a definite place for music in programs for the student body. This includes recitals given by music majors, as well as all programs which had as a part of them music of any type. The other officers for the year were Marvel Hull, vice-president: Madeline Maxwell, secretary; Eleanor Rockwell, treasurer; Miss Lucille Felten served as sponsor. — 76 - RICHARD BURNETT President Seventh Composed of many of the outstanding young men leaders on the Fort Hays campus, the aims of the Sev- enth Cavalry are to promote and to create leadershi p, to stimulate a desire to render service, and to aid and promote the general leadership activties of the school One of the most worthwhile projects of the organization is the composing and selling of a student directory to Cavalry provide a scholarship for some sophomore boy. Officers for the year were Richard Burnett, pres- ident; Leland Page, vice-president Mcrril Durr, secre- tary-treasurer New f pledges are Eugene Bird, Quentin Bogart. Bill Campbell. Catty CataU Loren Schmid- berger, Robert Wagner, and Vernon Bell. Women ' s Leadership Outstanding young women of the campus, chosen largely by the faculty, make up that organization known as Women ' s Leadership. These women have shown through their activities their leadership abilities and the ability to promote leadership principles on the leu _ . The group w f as capably guided by Harriet Bnn. president, Bonnie Miller, vice-president: Geraldine Gale, secretary- treasurer Mrs. Nita Landrum. Alice Morrison and Verna Parish served as sponsors. — 77 — Engineers Club Pre-engineering students at Fort Hays meet to discuss various phases of current interest in their field. They have made numerous field trips to the plastic works, the power plants and other places of interest. Officers for the year 1949-1950 were president, Robert McClellan; vice-president, Burdan Musgrave; secretary-treasurer, Ernest Niquette. Everett Marshall is the faculty sponsor. EDGAR DeGRAW President German Club To improve German speaking by conversation, to understand and appreciate German lyric and folksong, and to foster good fellowship among the students of German are the aims of the German Club, All students who have taken five hours of German are eligible for membership, Edgar DcGraw served as president; Leona Wa- singer. vice-president: Gilbert Dreiling, secretary; Irv- ing Casler, treasurer. Mrs, Emma Golden is faculty sponsor. Home Economics Club The Home Economics Club, organized in 1925 for all majors and minors in the department, held an edu- cational meeting and an activity meeting centered around home economics interests each month President of the group was Claire Ann Kvasnicka vice-president, L-orita Jdahoney secretary, Clariece Seaehord treasurer. Helen Haggard, publicity. Elvera Munsell ; music, jo Eva Hinkhouse social, Shirley Britt. I la Newbccker is sponsor and Alice Beesley is assistant sponsor International Relations Club Not only does the International Relations Club have as its objective the non-partisan study of foreign affairs but it has initiated projects to help the members of the Club and the student body at large realize the importance of being well informed in the field of inter- national relations. The Club has been active in the UNESCO program and is sponsoring the organization of an independent Fort Hays State UNESCO Council. Other projects in- clude a foreign student correspondence program and also, the club has given aid to an American Interna- ational relations Club in Munich, Germany Officers for 1949-1950 were: Leo Van Scyoc, pres- ident; Henry R. Wagner, vice-president; Annie Rice, secretary; and Bill Pike, treasurer. Dr. Raymond L Welty, who helped organize the Club in 1936, has sponsored the group ( I Alpha Psi Omega To develop dramatic talent and the art of acting, to cultivate a taste for the best in the drama, and to foster the cultural values of the theatre, formulate the purpose of Lambda Xi cast of Alpha Psi Omega. Mem- bers are composed of those students on the campus doing the highest grade of dramatic work Gayle Combest was president during the last year ; Jane Ruth, vice-president; and Mary Lou Pennington, secretary. Dr, Geneva Herndon and Miss Harriet Ketchum are sponsors of the fraternity, Harland Hoffman was president of Little Theatre, cam mis dramatic organization. PAUL COBB Preside nt Graduate Club Graduates of Fort Hays who are continuing their studies meet in the form of the Graduate Club to pro- mote interest and to discuss their work. Programs have included the discussion of the processing and topics of the various thesis being written. Dr. Samuel Hamilton, head of the philosophy department, is in charge of the club, Paul Cobb was president; Harold Gill v ice-president; and Wanda Vines, secretary. — 78 — Mathematics Club The Mathematics Club, known as the ‘Magic Square” meets twice a month. The purpose of the club is to promote interest in mathematics to work intrigu- ing problems and to discuss the highlights of mathe- matics not touched in the classroom. Dr. Emmet C Stephen head of the mathematics department, is the sponsor. Officers for the year were L land Page president; Mcrril Durr, secretary -treas- urer. Alfred Birdscll, publicity Newman Club An organization of Catholic men and women, the Newman Club has as its purpose the encouragement of cooperative religious activities and the promotion of wholesome social life among Catholic students which has been carried out on the campus through group communions, discussions and parties The Newman Club derives its name from John Henry Cardinal New- man, founder of the Oxford movement James R, Start is the faculty sponsor of the group, and Father Robert Meis, O F M. Cap. is chaplain. Of- ficers were: Loren Schmidtberger. president. Robert Giebler, vice-president; Gladys Goetz, secretary; and Kenneth Dean Dreiling. treasurer. — 81 — Fort Hays is fortunate to have the only symphony orchestra in the western half of Kansas. Under the capable direction of Leo B. Reynolds, they accompany the choir at the presentation of the ’‘Messiah’ ' during the Christmas holidays. The orches- tra, composed of community people and students, presented a spring concert also. Band Lending color and music to the air at Fort Hays, the band, under the direction of Harold Palmer, has entertained at pep assemblies, athletic events and vari- ous concerts. The band made two concert tours through north- west and northeastern Kansas touching ninety schools and 1800 students during the year 1949-1950. A CappeUa Choir Under the direction of Merton S Zahrt, head of the music de- partment, the a Cape) la Choir has entertained campus audiences with the best in unaccompanied music. During the last year the choir assisted the community chorus in the " Messiah, " presented annually at Christmas They also helped with the Fort Hays choral clinic for music supervisors. — 83 — Pre-Medic Club Pre-Medic Club is an organization of students who are interested in the study of medicine, dentistry or nursing. Any student who is interested is eligible to membership. The objects of the club are: (1) To better acquaint the pre- medical student with the pro- fession he intends to enter. (2) To encourage excellence in premedical work by furnishing goals toward which the student may strive, Wilford Hoofer acted as president during the year Kenneth Del let was vice-president and Paul Hill, sec- retary. Faculty sponsor was Edwin Martin. Quill C ub The organization, having as its members those students of the college who display outstanding literary ability, is the Quill Club. Before being accepted for membership, a student must submit a manuscript to the group for approval. The local group is particularly fortunate in having among its members two national officers: Dr, F. B. Streeter, Vice- High Chancellor; and Mr. Marion Coub son, High Warden of the Purse, Officers of the local group are: Lee Fox, Chancel- lor; Mr. Marion Coulson, Vice Chancellor; Ann Crum- ley, Scribe; and Hope Townley, Warden of the Purse. Residence Hall Activity — whether it be card games, infra- murals or studying — has been the key word at Residence Hall this past year In fact, its members have been active in almost every field on the campus. Attempting to maintain some semblance of order and in the process to provide also a cheerful atmosphere for the boys, has been the goal of Mrs Etta Miller, housemother Assisting in this job were Abe Miller, president Donald Hoskins, vice-president , and Wayne M a t heso 1 1 . sec re t a r y - 1 re a s u re r Lewis Field Stadium Not to be outdone, the boys living at the Stadium have had their share of fun and serious moments this year — ranging from cramming for tests and typing term papers to the never ending ping-pong matches and bull sessions This is college life, however, and one may be sure that the boys at the Stadium are enjoying it in its entirety The group at the Stadium was very capably led this year by Wilfred Roberts, president, and Leroy Barrett, vice-president. 85 State College Leader STAFF Editor RICHARD McCALL Business Manager LOREN SCHMIDTBERGER Photographer JOHN HIBBERT Feature Editor JULIA HARRIS Society Editor ALICE BARSTOW Assistant Social Editor ANN CRUMLY Sports Editor SAM TEAFORD Repot ters — J AMES GARRISON. EUGENE READY, RALPH McNEMEE. MARLENE SHAW. RICHARD STEPHENSON, LLOYD TRAUER. and DONALD WELLING. Laboratory Staff — JOYCE FONDOBLE. LYNN MeDOUGAL, RALPH McNEMEE, NORMAN PETTY and WILLIAM RUPP. Printing Adviser WALTER WALLERSTEDT Assistant Printer ED URBAN Journalism Adviser LELAND HEINZE To the tune of clattering typewriters, rolling presses and frantic last minute attempts of reporters to gather material the weekly publications of the Leader rolled off the press this year on the campus. Not only must due credit be given to those students working on the Leader, but Ldand Heinze, journalism instructor, and Walter Wallerstedt, printshop expert, must be given their share of the credit. Without their cooperation and guidance the Leader could not have been the truly representative paper that it is. — 86 — - The Reveille Editor Roy Duell .Assistant Editor Mary Lee James Business Manager Robert Christensen Assistant Business Manager Gail Scheureman Art Editor Dean Watt Staff Photographers Harold Elus Paul Eh ling Sport Ed rf or Charles Stuppy Students Evelyn Car ley Marilyn Freshour Organizations Shirley King Donna Darby Faculty Sponsor Mr Joel Moss ,m My s hotter was too s tow " Artist at work Marilyn Donna Shirley " Sport " Evelyn — 87 ’ — Sigma Theta Epsilon Sigma Theta Epsilon is a national religious fratern- ity for college men of Methodist preference. The pur- pose of the organization is to promote wholesome Christian fellowship; to gain an understanding of the history and purposes of the church: and to help train young men as leaders wherever they go. Walter Maxwell, campus supervisor, is sponsor for the group. Officers for the year were Paul Duell, presi- dent; Neff Wilds, vice-president; Jerry Starkey, secre- tary; Wayne Brubaker, treasurer; James Seuzer, pledge master; Ray Duell, corresponding secretary; Robert Loomis, historian; Dale Ficken, service chairman. Kappa Phi Upon this rock 1 will build my church ” With this thought in mind the young women of Methodist preference work together to help each girl obtain religious training, leadership, and wholesome social life so that she may become a stronger woman of the church and world of tomorrow ' r Officers for the year 1949-1950 w r ere Alberta Hueftle, president; Lola Young, vice-president; Harriet Klenk, recording secretary; Wanda Latas, correspond- ing secretary; treasurer, Julia Harris; chaplain, Gerry Gale; historian, Lois Jean Robinson. Sponsor for the group was Mrs. Paul Mundell; co-sponsor was Mrs. Ed Davis. — 88 — marion g McDonald Sponsor Second Generation Club The Second Generation Club is an organization of sons and daughters of former students. The fact that fifteen percent of the student body arc eligible for membership indicates an institution worthy of our highest commendation Marion McDonald is the faculty sponsoi Members pictured arc: P Hills, J. Dodd. B Doxon. Leo Lake, J Thorns, J. Chambers. A Hueftlc, D Thompson, N Weber, M, Yeagy, R Burnett. D Burnett, M Hooker, D Boxberger, A Rice. D. Fleming. R Reinking, W. Kraus, P Lancaster. D. Marcy. H Townley, Lola Young. C. Deutscher. B. Brown. W Vine, M Ford, M freshour. F. McKee, B Maxwell, P. Warren. C Kvasnicka, D Luce, P. Clark. D Werhan, D. Crippen, Ci Scheucrman, D Jones, M Field. P O ' Toole, L. Robinson. D Mills, V. A Mc- Kinley, P. Gales. C Parr, and M. Shaw. — 89 — Tigerettes Pep is symbolized by the gold sweatered Tigerettes on the campus of Fort Hays State. With true spirit, loyalty and enthusiasm, the girls lead the student body through the entire athletic season. The Tigerettes were in charge of the Homecoming half-time activities. MARY LEE JAMES President Leaders of these pep- boosting girls have been: Mary Lee James, president: Alberta Hueftle, vice-president; Patricia O ' Toole, secretary: Margaret Jellison, treasurer. — 90 — IV. A. A. For all women on the campus interested in phys- ical education or in combining play with college work, the W A A has many possibilities, Not only do they participate in sports and carry on the women s intra- mural program, but they hold their traditional carnival with the cooperation of other campus organizations. Another annual custom carried out by the W A A under the guidance of the president, Gerry Gale, was the high school play day which took place in the spring. The president was ably assisted by the follow- ing: Marilyn Somers, vice-president; Wilma Horner, secretary; and Harriet Brin, treasurer GERALDINE GALE President Wesley Hall Gab-fests, spreads, formate and even studying are but parts of that important whole— college life — which one finds at Wesley Hall. There, forty-four girls and Mrs. Gordon, housemother, work together to make college life one pleasant experi- ence after another. Comprising the executive group at Wesley Hall are: Geraldine Gale, president; Lutie Ann Losey, vice-president; and Barbara Billings, secretary- treasurer. They ' re Reftding 11 Good Housekeeping MRS. GORDON Housemother SHIRLEY THARP Custer Hall Under the guidance of Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Rockwell, housemothers, were the eighty-eight girls living at Custer Hall Having formal and informal parties, holding open house and entertaining the girls of the Danish gym team made up only a few of the highlights of the year at Custer Hall. Serving as officers this year were; Shirley Tharp, president: Barbara McCor- mick, vice-president; Barbara Hale, secretary and Nola James, treasurer. Prpudprtf y. M. C. A. In an effort to induce Christian faith and character, the Fort Hays State Y.M.CA. has conducted weekly meetings to discuss problems pertinent to personal liv- ing, society, and local and national affairs. The group has as its purpose projects promoting leadership, serv- ice, and social activities. The Y.M.C.A, is a member of the Young Men ' s Christian Association of the United States and is a participant in the World Student Federation. Officers for the fall semester of 1949 were: Richard McCall, president; Glen Thompson, vice-president; John Smith, secretary; Ardon Brandyberry, treasurer; and Paul Krause, chaplain. A religious organization, having as its goal the de- sire to realize a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God, is the Young Women’s Christian Association of Fort Hays State. It is the determination of every member of this organization to have a part in making this life possible for all people. The YWCA. has worked consistently with the Y.M.C.A. and in the spring played an important part in the sponsoring of Religious Emphasis Week, The group this year was under the leadership of Lutie Ann Losey, president: Jane Ruth, vice-president; Dora Jean Nichol, secretary; and Mary Louise Harvey, treasurer. Miss Rose 11a Me Carroll sponsored the or- ganization. - 94 — The Reveille King, Leland Page, and Queen, Patsy Jean Earl, and seventeen attendants reigned over the annual Reveille Ball. President M. C, Cunningham, assisted by Miss Patsy Spomer and Miss Kay Suran, officiated over the coronation. The royalty was selected on the basis of scholarship and leader- ship by the former Senator Arthur Capper, of the Capper Publica- tions, Mrs. Ada Montgomery, Women ' s Editor of the Topeka Daily Capital, and Mr. Glenn Cooper, Art Editor for the Household Mag- azine, all of Topeka, Kansas. — 95 — HOMECOMING JL King Robert Haney and Queen Shirley Britt , attended by Princess Shirley King and Myron McKinley , reign over the 1949 Homecoming festivities. ■ 3nd the champions of 1937 watched while the tottering Emporia Hornets went down in defeat. — 96 — The Alphas won first in the float parade ... to receive ' Frankenstetnwn " congratulations. — 97 — " K " Club To be eligible for membership in the K-Club an athlete must have earned a letter in intercollegiate ath- letic competition. Membership does not stop there however. This organization has as its responsibility the enforcing of the rules and regulations of the college as well as the general promoting of student pep and en- thusiasm. In the way of social activities the K-Club annually sponsors its formal dinner- dance which is held in the spring. Not to be forgotten is the yearly appearance on the campus made by K-Club pledges. Officers for the past year were: Bob Blazer, president; Keith Balding, vice-president; and Fred Simmons, secretary- treasurer. The Cheerleader on Parade Even athletes get hungry — 98 — HARRY JOHNSTON End RAYMOND SKUBAL Guard JOHN MURPHY Guard PAUL BUSCH’ 1 GROSS Director of Arteries CHARLIE JOHNSON Tackle KEITH BALDING Tackle ROGER BROWN Center ALEX, FRANCIS AssL Coach GENE HESS Quarterback JACK HAGUE Halfback REX MARXMILLER Halfback RALPH ’RED” HUFFMAN Head Coach don lueszler End rex McConnell Fullback LEON ROBERTS Fullback CADE SURAN AssL Coach BILL CAMPBELL Guard HERSHBL BETTS Halfback DON NICHOL End marion McDonald " I? " Squad Coach c o o t b a GEORGE PFEIFER End BOB WAHLMEIER Tackle COTTY MATAL Halfback MARVIN MAUNE End ART HAMILTON Halfback VAUGHN WELLS Tackle MEL JONES Tackle MARION SCHMIDT Halfback DAN PFEIFER Center LeROY GERTSNER End HAROLD AUGUSTINE Guard FRANK HAAS Tackle PETE KOERNER Guard W ILFORD HOOFER Guard HERB GREEN STREET Quarterback DON FOWLER End JOHN CARMODY Halfback STEVE GARRITY Center JIM FARLEY Quarterback BOB FEASEL End football The 1949 grid season saw the Tigers win five games and drop four. Coach Huffman and his staff fielded a well balanced club that finished in a third place tie in the conference. Kansas Wesleyan met the Tigers at Salina in the curtain-raiser and the Coyotes were dealt the worst defeat since the series was inaugurated Charlie John- son led the hard charging Tiger line and backs like Hague, Marxmiller, and Carmody ran the total up to 34-0. In the next tilt the locals stepped out of their class and journeyed to Manhattan to meet Kansas State. The Tigers learned their lesson the hard way when they went down to defeat 55-0. Southwestern ' s Moundbuilders w r ere the first con- ference foe for the Tigers. The crew from Winfield played the locals to a standstill in the first half, but in the second session two long drives netted the Tigers a pair of touchdowns and a 14-0 triumph. In the second conference game the Tigers grab- bed an early lead but were unable to hold the power- ful Pittsburg Gorillas in check. The final score was Pittsburg 26, Fort Hays 1. The Huffman-coached locals got back in stride the following week against the Ravens of St. Bene- dict ' s. This fracas saw the Tigers grab an early lead and then stave off desperate Raven efforts to get back into the game. One of the brightest spots in this tilt was the performance of freshmen linemen. Don Fowler, Leroy Gerstner, and Bob Wahlmeier. The final score was Ft Hays 33, St. Benedict ' s 20. In mid- October the Tigers journeyed to Colorado Springs for a tilt with Colorado College. The Tigers showed power on the ground but failed to gain when they approached paydirt. There were 14 fumbles in this game and the western crew took the best advantage of them to set down the Tigers by a 19-7 count. The 1949 Homecoming game couldn ' t have been played on a nicer day and it didn t dampen the stu- dent spirit any when the Tigers pulled the top CIC upset of the year. The Kmporia State Hornets were the defending champions and were expected to repeat. The locals never gave the Hornets a chance to get set and early in the tilt a bad pass from center by the Hornets cost them a safety. When the half ended the Tigers still hung on to that slim 2-0 lead. In the third period Hays drove into Emporia territory, and then it happened; Cotty Matal crashed through the left side of the Hornet forward wall, cut to the west sideline, and behind beautiful blocking sped 35 yards for the only touchdown of the game. The final score was Fort Hays 9, Emporia State 0, The next Tiger test was at Topeka against the Washburn Ichabods, and it resulted in the fourth de- feat for the gold and black. The local crew ' sparkled at times but was unable to match the slick Ichs who claimed a 34-13 victory. Rockhurst came to Hays for the season finale and gave the Tigers a scare by scoring the first touchdown but that was as far as they got. The Tigers racked up 26 points and held the Hawks scoreless. McConnell, Hague, and Marxmiller played good ball in this tilt as did linemen Koerner and Balding, ]ack Hague and Keith Balding w r ere honored with all-conference recognition. Next year Coach Huffman will undoubtedly be hampered by the loss of eleven seniors. A bright light in the proceedings, however, is the fact that Coach Marion McDonald’s l B " squad turned in an unde- feated record. The following seniors will be lost through grad- uation; Keith Balding. Roger Brown, Bill Campbell, Jack Hague, Charlie Johnson. Harry Johnston, Mel Jones, Don Leuszler, John Murphy, and Raymond Skubal. That costly Hornet fumble Fran Welsh takes the loser ' s walk football Pori Hays 34 Kansas Wesleyan 0 Port Hay 0 Kansas State 55 Port Hay 14 Southwestern 0 ' Pori Hays 7 Pittsburg Stale 26 ' Fort Buys 31 Si Benedicts 20 Fort Hays 7 Colorado College 19 ►Port Hay 9 Emporia Slate 0 1 Pori Hays 13 Washburn U 14 porl Hays 26 Rockhunt 7 •Conference game Basketball GLENN CONNER GLENN M1TCHUM AL BlLLINGER DON NICHOL FRED SIMMONS GUY CONNER PETE DAWSON A Simmons lay-up CURT TARRANT CARL FAUSTIAN Up goes A! DON MOECKEL BILL DOUGHERTY CADE SURAN, Head Coach Nick hits one against Hornets rex McConnell BOB ZIEGLER RALPH RED " ' HUFFMAN Assistant Coach marion McDonald " E " Squad Coach Basketball Confi ontereace (3 ha mps Scramble A tough one for Zeke A Simmons set shot Faustian ' s left-handed shot Here ' s how it ' s done The MitcJmm take A Conner jump shot Up we go T wo points The 1949-50 Basketball season was the most suc- cessful ever enjoyed by a Tiger quintet. Coach Cade Suren ' s charges won the CIC championship undis- puted and lost only six games of the twenty- five that they played. Until this season no Ft. Hays cage out- fit had ever managed to win the CIC title undisputed. The Tigers started the season like champions when they blasted highly regarded Phillips University to the tune of 71 -31 Then they took a pair of victories from Colorado College on the western crew’s own court. The scores were 55-44 and 66-39. Kearney of Nebraska visited the Sheridan Coli- seum and went home on the short end of an 86-30 count. The locals ran their streak to five when they slip- ped by the hot shooting quintet from Eastern New Mexico. The Tigers earned a 66-51 edge. When the Suranmen moved into Oklahoma for games with Oklahoma Baptist and Oklahoma City U. they were somewhat disturbed by the slow brand of ball played by the Sooner clubs. The result of the trip was that the Tigers lost their first two games. Moving into Sheridan Coliseum the Gold and Black took a pair from Maryville of Missouri and then looked toward conference play. The Tigers opened the CIC season with Wash- burn at Topeka and caused w idespread disappointment by falling before the surprising Ichabods. Glenn Con- ner contributed 16 points to the Tiger cause. Glenn Mitchum led the Tigers back into the con- ference fight as he looped in 20 points in the 56-49 victory over St Benedict s. The away from home jinx caught up w r ith the Tigers and they dropped a 49-41 decision to Maryville on the Missourians ' court. When Kansas Wesleyan’s undefeated Coyotes stalled successfully in the last few minutes Fort Hays lost their fifth game of the season by the narrow margin of one point. Although few teams in the conference suspected it, the Tigers were on their way back as they blasted St. Benedict’s Ravens to the tune of a 68-57 victory. Emporia State ' s defending champions got a rude surprise when the Suranmen chased them all over Sher- idan Coliseum to hang up a 65-50 victory. The Hornets never knew how it felt to be in the lead as the Tigers connected from all over the court. Washburn U. outplayed the locals in the second half of their clash at Hays but the Tiger first half edge was too great to overcome. Final score: Ft. Hays 64, Washburn 61. A cold Tiger quintet met a hot Southwestern crew on the Winfield court and the result was the last Tiger regular season loss. At Emporia the Tigers did it again to prove that their first victory was not an accident. Old reliable, Glenn Mitchum, racked up 18 points to lead the Tiger attack. Final score: Ft. Hays 57, Emporia State 50. When heralded Kansas Wesleyan visited Sheridan Coliseum the Tigers dealt the Coyotes a crushing 72-43 defeat. Fred Simmons ' 17 points lead the locals to this victory w r hich turned out to be the Salina crew T s only regular season loss. Two more victories came the Tiger way as they bested Pittsburg and Oklahoma City U, on the local court. The highly rated Sooner outfit possessed a skyscraper center but Tiger speed wore him dowm to their size. Rockhurst offered the Tigers little trouble as they went dowm hard by an 84-33 count. A rematch w r ith Southwestern in Sheridan Coli- seum saw the Tigers gain sweet revenge as the highly rated Danny Kahler w r as held to a mere 6 points. Mitchum chalked up 17 counters for the locals. The big game for the Tigers was the Pittsburg tilt at Pittsburg for it could well decide the Tigers ' fate in conference play. The Gorillas played their hearts out and with 1 1 minutes left in the fray Pittsburg led 35-30 but the Tigers got red hot as Conner, Nichol, and Sim- mons poured points through the cords. The final score Ft Hays 56, Pittsburg 43. In the finale for the season Rockhurst again posed no problem for the Suranmen as they sew ed up the con- tit Ip with , triinnrih A Faustian lay-up Dutch " pops one v ' js fors Ft. Hays Ft. Hays Ft Hays Ft. Hays Ft. Hays Ft Hays Ft Hays Ft. Hays Ft. Hays ♦Ft, Hays + Ft. Hays Ft Hays Ft. Hays Season Summary 71 Phillips U. 65 Colorado Coll. 66 Colorado Coll. 86 Kearney of Neb. 66 E New Mexico 43 Okla. Baptist 27 Okla. City U. 78 Maryville (Mo.) 59 Maryville (Mo.) 48 Washburn U. 56 St. Benedicts 41 Maryville (Mo.) 57 Kan. Wesleyan Won 31 ♦Ft, Hays 68 44 ♦Ft Hays 65 39 ♦Ft. Hays 64 30 ♦Ft, Hays 39 51 ♦Ft Hays 57 53 Ft. Hays 72 36 ♦Ft, Hays 60 60 Ft Hays 53 44 ♦Ft. Hays 84 56 ♦Ft, Hays 76 47 ♦Ft. Hays 56 49 58 ♦Ft Hays 87 19 Lost 6 St. Benedicts 57 Emporia State 50 Washburn U, 61 Southwestern 52 Emporia State 50 Kan. Wesleyan 43 Pittsburg 52 Oklahoma City U 40 Rockhurst 33 Southwestern 54 Pittsburg 43 Rockhurst 53 ♦Conference Games Looks like a foul That Salma heart -breaker Rebound conscious Y TEAM ALL-CONFEREN ’( Carmody, Kennedy, Johnson, Nichol —108 Track and f ield GLENN TUTTLE A IhConference Pole Vault A Benoit 2 Mile victory BILL CAMPBELL All- Conference Javelin ALEX FRANCIS Head Coarh Hague clear the bar DON NICHOL All-Conference 440 yard run Mile relay finish FRED SIMMONS A II -Conference High Jump fm Up and over Nick takes the CIC 440 Track and Field In 1949 Coach Alex Francis and his assistant. Coach Cade Suran, continued to turn out top flight Track teams. As a warm-up for the tough season ahead. Coach Francis took several of his more seasoned performers to the Indoor Meet at Colorado University. Although they were competing with larger schools the Tigers gave a fine account of themselves. Don Nichol gained a first place tie in the 880 yard run and Fred Simmons leaped to a third place tie in the High jump. Various kinds of injuries hindered the locals when they journeyed to the Emporia Relays. The injuries failed to dampen the Tiger spirit and they picked up victories in four events to gain runner-up spot in the meet. Kearney of Nebraska won more first places than the Tigers in the first Dual Meet of the season but Hays team strength enabled them to pile up enough points to win the meet. The Tigers again took to the road to compete in a Triangular Meet at Hastings, Nebraska Their op- ponents were Hastings and Doane College. The Tigers promptly racked up eight first place victories and a first place tie to clinch the decision. The Moundbuilders of Southwestern were the next crew to fall before the Hays speedsters. The Win- field thin-clads managed to annex only two events. Probably the most notable victory attained by the Tigers was their conquest of mighty Wichita U. who had previously tied Emporia State. This meet was a thriller from start to finish. Neither team was able to gain a commanding lead and the outcome hinged on the final event. This event was clinched by the speedy Tiger Mile Relay Team composed of John Carmody, Bob Kennedy, Ned Johnson, and Don Nichol Fred Simmons soared 6 ft, 4 4 in. to set a new school record in the High Jump. Don Nichol raced 440 yards in 49 seconds fiat and this also broke the school record. In the finale of the season the Tigers dropped a tough decision to well-manned Emporia State in the CIC Meet held at Lewis Field, By virtue of victories in the Conference Meet, Don Nichol, Fred Simmons, Bill Campbell, and Glenn Tuttle gained All-Conference recognition. The Mile Relay team was also awarded this distinction because of their photo-finish victory over the Hornets. Richard Benoit finished second in the Two Mile run but his time of 10:13.9 broke the Ft. Hays record. Coach Francis will find it difficult to replace such sterling performers as Ned Rolfs and Gleyn Lowe who will be lost through graduation. A close one lor Hie ho ! j4 Johnson finish Track and Held Emporia Relays Emporia State 37 Fort Hays State 29 Wichita U. 2S% Southwestern 19% Pittsburg 15 Ottawa 7 Coll, of Emporia 3 Friends U, 1 Hastings Triangular Meet Fort Hays State 96 4 5 Doane College 42 3 5 Hastings 30 3 S C C Meet Emporia State 26 Can ' t wm ’em all Fort Hays State 49 Washburn U. 25 Southwestern § Pittsburg Rockhurst 9 St. Benedicts 0 Dual Meet Fort Hays State 7 1 4 Kearney of Neb. 25 4 Dual Meet Fort Hays State 104 Southwestern 27 Dual Meet Fort Hays State 66 2 3 Wichita U. 64 1 3 Hague in the broad jump A McKinzie putt Glenn Mitch Don Moeckel “ DutcS " backs up A tough return SS ' orvin Snook Bob Blazer Bob Gorham Tennis and Golf — 1 12 — • ' IT Eye on the ball Ooop Lost the club Tennis and Golf Fort Hays State tennis and golf teams, under the supervision of Coach Cade Suran, competed in the Central conference tennis and golf meet at South- western May 7. Tiger golfers did not place, but Charlie Pearson placed fourth in tennis singles to give Fort Hays their only point in the meet Washburn won the CIC tennis match with 10 points. During the year, Tiger golfers won two matches and lost two, beside placing second in a triangular match between Fort Hays State, Kansas Wesleyan, and College of Emporia. Tiger netmen won just one match all spring, beating Wichita University in the first engagement of the season. Golf lettermen were Bob Blazer, Glenn Mitchum, Gerald Scheer, and Vergil McKmzie. Letters in ten nis went to Carl Brecheisen, Leroy Bingaman. Charley Pearson, Norvin Snook, Don “Dutch Moeckel, and Bob Gorham. The season schedule was as follows: April 7 Tennis and Golf matches at Wichita University April 12 Tennis match at Bethany April 13 Tennis and golf, Kansas Wesleyan here April 20 Bethany here, tennis and golf April 22 Wichita here, tennis and golf April 25 Triangular golf and tennis matches at Kansas Wesleyan May 6 and 7 CIC golf and tennis meet at Southwestern PHI SIGMA EPSILON Organization League Champions Kf ARDEN CRONN Table Tennis Sim ties Ch mr DALE HEARON j t ... . i 9 JOHN CARMODY MAC McDANlEL CECIL CALVERT KEN SCHWERTFEGER . Tennis Doubles Chmu s. BUD FOULK T trims Singles Champ Intra-Mural High Point Man I 94 -49 . INTRA-MURAL STAFF Kennedy Betts Francis Nichol — 114 — McDaniel Hubbard Heaton Intramural-Sports Horner Scbeib The 1949-50 I ntra- mural season started much like the preceeding one. The Tkes again won the Touch Football crown and seem to have an even chance of retaining the Intra-mural trophy won by them last year. Intra-mural high- point man, Dale Hearon, is back and should be a big gun in the Tke attack As the season got under way. Don Hertel led the Phi Sigs to victory in the Intra-mural swimming meet Sig Tau star, Bob Blazer, led his fraternity into the second place spot. The golf tournament added to the Phi Sig totals as Roger Brown won the singles title and the combina- tion of Bob Feasel and Dave King added the doubles crown. The Tkes and Sig Taus gained a split in the Ten- nis Tourney. Tke, Duane Faulk came out on top in the singles tourney while Ken Schwertfeger and Cecil Calvert claimed the doubles title for the Sig Taus. Director of I ntra- murals, Alex Francis, added something new to the 1949-50 program A free-throw tournament was organized and completed. Lloyd Asher of Great Bend won the title of best free- thrower by sinking 80 of a possible 100 throw-s. In the Basketball tournament the Phi Sigs won the Organization title for the fourth consecutive year Duffy ' s Tavern won the Independent League title and added the school title when they dowmed the Phi Sigs by a 33-21 count. Individual sports results again saw- the Phi Sigs gain the edge. Arden Cronn of the Sig Taus won the singles title in Table Tennis w ' hile Phi Sigs, “Mac " McDaniel and Joe Hubbard annexed the doubles crown. The Phi Sigs sw ' cpt the shuffleboard tourney win- ning both the singles and doubles titles. Sam Moore won the singles crow r n while Dale Scheib and Harley Horner grabbed the doubles victory. The Tkes got into the act when Dale Hearon won the Aerial Darts singles title but Phi Sigs, “Mac Mc- Daniel and John Carmody, came back strong to w4n the doubles title. In order to operate the Intra-mural program at peak efficiency. Coach Francis selected able assistants such as Hershcl Betts, Bob Kennedy . and Don Nichol. Asher Tau Kappa Ep lon I ntra- Mural Champions 1948-49 Moore Women ' s Athletics Dancers at ease “K” Sweaters are awarded to members of the Women ' s Athletic Association for all around athletic activity , Women ' s Athletics Believe it or not, the women on these pages are earning college credit while at play. The women 1 s physical edu- cation department offers a well-rounded program of activity which includes courses in health education, team and individual sports, rhythmic activities, swimming, theory courses, and recreation Time out for horse- p! ay The irh mean business The Reveille Staff and Sponsor wish to take this means of expressing their appreciation to the business men of Hays, Kansas, for their wholehearted backing and support in the production of this year book. We also wish to express our gratitude to Mr. Walter W allerstedt for his technical advice and assistance, to Mr. John Hibbert for assisting with the photography, to Mr. Orlan Carmichael, the contracted photographer, and to all students, faculty members, and the ad- ministration for their readiness to co- operate. Our special thanks to Mr. Paul Ben- nett, of Semco Color Press, for his help in making possible a successful publication. The Reveille Staff — 118 — Custer Hall Formal 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 — 119 — MARKWELL’S 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 STILL GROWING WITH HAYS AND COMMUNITY Capital and Surplus of $300,000 Total Resources Over $6 ,000,000 This strengthening of our Capital Structure is, we believe justified by our confi- dence in the business future of Hays and the entire part of Western Kansas. We are now in position to keep growing with Hays and community, and serving our customers better and better, as we have been doing since 1888. Oldest Bank in Ellis County Member — Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. The First National Hank OK Hays City, Kansas — 120 — - c. . c. Champions Cade Sura i a champ among coaches. The " Debarkation The first undisputed CIC basketball champions in the history of Fort Hays State College. — 121 — Which ring is worth more? D on ' t be fooled by a gem’s size! Because, a diamond’s color, its clarity and its cutting are more impor- tant than size in determining its value. We, as Registered Jewelers of the American Gem Society, abide faith- fully by the high gem-grading stand- ards approved by the Society, Ring “B” is worth more in spite of its smaller diamond. It is priced at $305 .00 and is of top-bracket gem quality. It would be graded as such by reputable authorities throughout t he world, Note: It ' s impractical to choose a ring from a ' ‘pic- ture” Therefore no attempt at realism is intended, above. See the actual rings here, in " real life ” ! ' lEGlSmED JEWELER iiiucu Vii iknu THOLEN JEWELRY CO. 804 Main St. Phone 358 Hays, Kansas AT YOUR SERVICE ★ ★ ★ ★ HAYS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE — 122 — DRY GOODS SHOES J. C. Penney Co. 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SCHERER’S SHOE STORE 1109 Main St. phon 594 Western Kansas Finest Shoe Store Featuring High Grade Shoes for Men — Women and Children Air-Step ■ I4f ©stride — Font Flairs Rohlee and Pedwin for Men Busier Brown for Children X-RAY FITTING AVAILABLE Better Haircuts at the BROWN BARBER SHOP The Friendly Store, Where Cash Buys More! 713 Main Hays, Kansas Phone 78 The A. L. Duckwall Stores Co. 115 West 11th 5 CENTS TO $1.00 STORE Visit Our Modern b ountatn dnd [luncheonette — 127 — «u. Hard work « . . and good play . . , - — 128 — Bissing Clothes . Sporting Goods CHAMP HATS Esquire Stacks Don Juan Sports Shirts 217 WEST 10th PHONE 300 EL CHARRO MOTEL and EL CHARRO CAFE One Mile East on U. S. Highway 40 Phone 77 Phone 1 338 JEP ' S SUPER SERVICE STATION 24-Hour Service MODERN EFFICIENT PHONE 400 1-102 MAIN — 129 — Betty and Loh do a tap at Another talented faculty member! Wesley Hall forma . . . Mrs. Rockwell guards Custer Hall , , . — 130 — Thirst , Too , Keefes Quality Months of study-Months of pleasant companionship— AH of them summarized in this yearbook, a memento to the effort you have put forth to make a success of your school work. It is our hope that Coca Cola has in some small way made your task easier — contributed a friendly pause for refreshment to your work or play. iottiid uNDti auihohh or if i coca coi »v HAYS COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Hays, Kansas — 131 — Jim , Bill, Dick f and David, . . . with Gravel Gertie ( Johnny) at the piano — 132 — DEVELOPMENT OF THE " SAVING " HABIT WILL INCREASE YOUR CHANCES FOR SECURITY, HAPPINESS and SUCCESS. Invest in a Savings Account at the Farmers State Bank The Bank Where You Feel at Home Capital and Surplus $200,000 MEMBER OF F.D.I.C. EKEY STUDIO Portraits — Enlarging Commercial Photo — Kodak Finishing Picture Framing Finest of Photographs The oldest Studio in Elhs County 218 West 8th Ha y s ’ Kansas HARDMAN LUMBER CO. 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Few college students need to be told this , it goes without saying , but there may be young men and young women attending Fort Hays State who do not know the Hays Daily News has complete cover- age of world-wide , national, state and home news on every week- day except Saturday , and on Sunday as well. The Sunday Morning News also has features and a comic section as well. The over-all lews coverage provided is that of the Associated Press, the world ' s largest news- gathering agency. Read the News to be up on all the news that is news. NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY Hays Daily News Ellis County News News Commercial Job Printing — 144 — The hopes expressed in the Friendship Train near realization ... as ambitious students redouble their efforts in the fields of food con- sumption and human nutrition , — 145 — STAR THEATER Always Fine Entertainment for the Entire Family Try a Chuckburger at THE CHUCKWAGON “ where college students are always welcome ” Short Orders and Snacks Phone 572 Hays, Kansas THE HOME FURNITURE COMPANY The Most Beautiful Furniture Store in Western Kansas THE PHILCO STORE 229 West 10th Phone 236 — 146 — This is one time Hague wasnt quick enough . , , ! Little Theatre scores again . — 147 — — _ ' most everybody listens tc RADIO STATION N EW S— MU S I C— SPO RT S “1400 on your Dial ” Broadcasting Daily From the College Studios on the campus of Ft. 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Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.