Fresno State College - Campus Yearbook (Fresno, CA)

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' 5' -"' ' " Xl -.11"f, C1-5 H 1 1 11 -1 11 X- 11X X , y,- , X- X1, , 1 1 X - 1,11 . -- XX ' -'.,:.1- ' X ' - X - I1 X X,1r ' 1 ' 1, 1' .L -X X 1 Y -X' 1 Mm M f , lf W WM x". jf 221 E23 231332 Published by the ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF FRESNO STATE COLLEGE FRESNO, CALIFORNIA LLIZ6 1942 r - ' u VIA.. 4 , wa, ,4.- 9 lug! 12' - - .I , ,g .V 'EFT' - N A 1 C' K' L . N. , - , -, V' W. 1 , 'Ir ,T 0 J . R 4? K. I ,.. if ,Q 5 This college year has been one of many changes, of new attitudes toward life, and of new realizations for all of us, and even before December 7, l94l, everyone felt this year was different, somehow, from other years at Fresno State. The shadow of war hung over most of us from September on, and the effects of World War ll on our student body really began before the United States entered the conflict. The Campus staff has endeavored to show in this book how the war has strongly influenced our campus life this year. . ,.tf:-Q' ,Q , ' l af , fc 3,554-aQ:i5g"f'?i:Q,QL4ge, .-:.g,,,:M:,' ' ' .ul t ' w ,. -5552 '. gf-y.ggq,QiLQ1'f4,5,,'W - ' 5.5 " ' . ,gt ' W 'ill ., Ear' -ffsrf' , ' . 'f,S'f'. ' ' 1 my was , ,. Mveffis NAVY Ja .1 I WANT ARMY FN! IRT NNW I X hn1lHv1vTfi!NP7'UU"I I y .. T' .bm-.u..7u ,. Ui, f,.p1J-.'lK' v : JJ' I I-.la-K..-g.. ,411-.. 512.3 , 4, . 'L '. gr- 'dpi' ll, ' u A . , gag G- V 4 4 I s. If , EDJ ww BECAUSE IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO DEDICATE A BOOK SUCH AS THIS TO ONE MAN ABOVE OTHERS AT A TIME WHEN SO MANY ARE DOING GREAT THINGS, WE HAVE CHOSEN TO DEDICATE IT NOT TO ONE, BUT TO MANY . . . THE MEN OF FRESNO STATE COLLEGE, STUDENTS OVER A LONG PERIOD OE YEARS, WHO ARE FIGHTING IN MANY PARTS OF THIS TURBULENT WORLD TO PRESERVE A WAY OF LIVING WHICH THEY HOLD MORE DEARLY THAN LIFE. . . Adams . . . Aguilar . . . Alexander . . .'Allen . . . Allred . . . Americanian . . . Anderson . . . Andress . . Andrews . . . Anduri . . . Angarano . . . A ril . . . A b p r ios . . . Arden . . . Bachfelle . . . Baird . . . Baker . Barber . . . Barnes . . . Barra . . . Beckwifh . . . Belew . . . Bell . .' . Benedicij. . . . Benison . . . Berberian . . . Berg . . Bigiolli . . . Bodeen . . .'Bond . . . . . Bonsignore . . . Bradley . . . . . . Br own . . . Bruce . . . Buel . . . Burgess . . . Burkholder . . . Caldwell . . . . . Caplan . . . Cafich . . Caywood . . . Cazares . . Chambers . . . Chenowifh . . . . . Clingan . . . Cole . . . Collins . . . Comsiock . . . . Conrow . . . Cook . . . Crai 9 . . Crookshank . . . Dahlsirom ., . Daley . . . Davis . . . Desmond . . . aven . . . Crawford Duncan Durham . . . Easfman . . . Eiland ..Elder... Ensign . . . Farley . Flack Forkner . . . For+ney . . . . . . Fosler . . . French . . . Funk . . GaHi . . . George Q . . Giese . . . Giles . Glunz . . . Green . . . Gubser . . . ...Hanson...Ha ys . . . Heisinger . . . . Hinman . . . Homan . . . Hughes . . . Jordan . . . Joy . . . Kanagawa . . . Kasiner . . . Keesling . . . Kish . . . Knapp . . . Koonfz . . . l.amme . . . Landis . . . Laursen . . . Lee . . . .I . Loomer . . . Luckin . . -. Ludeke . . . . Lufon . . . MacDonald . . .Marlin . . . Maxwell . . . McAlpine . . . . . McPhee+ers . . . McPherson . . . Mulcahy . . . Mulkey . . . Myers 4 . Naiarian . . . Nelson . . . Nickels . . . Orchard . . . Orion . . . Paccassi . . . Paiino . . . Pearle . . . Pe+erson . Price . . . Prunfy . . . Pyle . . . Quail . . . . . . Quinn . . . Quinlan . . . Rabb . . . . Redwine . . . Rhodes.. . Rice. .. Roberlson. Rouch . . . Rumley . . . Rush . . Sarll . . . Savely . . . Schlechf . . . Schleibaum . . . Sears . . . Sharon . a er . . . Smale . . . Smifh . . . Sohm . . . Swanson . . . Taylor . . . Terry . . . Thomas . . . Tidyman . . . Tienken . . . Trumbley . . . Turnbull . . . ' Tyrell . . . Underwood . . . Van Epps . . . Vernon . . . Voris . , . Wakefield . . . Wallen . . . Wesiern . . Whiflock . . . Willel' . Q . Wilson . . . Wolfsen . . . Woodbur y...Wrigh+...Zarin..QZwang... 1 "', A N . , . -,w-firgl--.ikhgiy-:Z-'lj l 4. ,,.,.4 P , 1, lf' 3- 24 - -x.:m..1 ,J . , --. l-,...,1 rg ,xg ., .sg :P . . V . V if ,.,g:'+' .'w"f,- . .- it u s."-2 'GEM A, sg fftwwwl ., 6554 - - - 'fa' - ,V-1 . r Y N, A ' Q 'X 1 ' K This college year has been marked by fateful events. A World- shaking struggle for survival has sent its grim echoes to contrast with the peace of the campus. We have thrilled at the courage and un- daunted faith of heroes who were yesterday our carefree compan- ions. We have known, too, the merry, peaceful joys that still have their home in America. We have kept the ring of freedom in our laughter. These contrasts and changes are reflected on the pages of this volume.. Its pictured story of college life breathes a fervent Wish for those Who go now to serve, and for those who remain that they may prepare to serve better. May We treasure the charm and beauty of this book asf a fitting memento of a year rich in hopes and memories. FRANK W. THOMAS E fu I ,f AI' n- , ,wt '54 I, ,I ' 3. , I ' l . dvi' 1 f . -W W, wr.. .' . , 4 I ' 9 v 4- p K ff f-"" v"""1 I I r-Egfr: it f ,wit v .L 1 f 4 ,E ul . ' -1 J? wi. 3' . L -r.'::f'S, 53:7 . if f'Qi'Qi:f, r f' "Wir vienna, fTf11""?'.'1'f,f5vBf?5f'flW?'3vI'1' 5 2-yr . "nfl qs M x 1' i 'fd ' e I ,. a N ,I m , V , r A F r Y, - ' x ... L , "1-,1 i - 'm,.g!g 'x 1 ' , ' F P! M 4 'fn ' A , F, ga- .Hes ' ,,,f, ,. 1,m,F?Ll,i f -Lb , . 1 I t , 1. 4 wgg' V rm xii ,L ,xv ,i K an xi, 'fjxnf 4 gl.: ,,,Y:...,. - A, 'A-Q--'A. ,,.'L -. . 'H-V 1 -wa.: - 7,4-.fc --,f- - ..- wie. 7 f v-, x I v V ,al QU1.. J , ,J 4 1 ,L V I , U ' R ii: Dv A' N'-1 u 4, I Y I. I In A-Io IM, .-1 . If fm, wi., .y RN" N ,.- , and Y. . 'SV 3. ' '. "r ,-' - '- . J. , ' . V - - L fr L . A ' +L ,- , . .J:.f, 3U A ' v- W "' 90" ' f" , A ,TA Ai wiv. 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'xzyix 'M fm vw-ummm gig if is B mm , Q I aa sf E 1 xxx X 'u 4 w xx 32552325232 535 fjBQsQE Dv! S, ,. 2 f H! uf! A M fm .r 3 ,K 1 . , 1 5-yvpqv-qs. kv' ,. U V , 'viyy A- g, - 'TL-5 . 1 --u., :EL W , wjlmnxx H 31 I Sr,,,..-2 emoriam FRANCES C. KRAEMER IOHN A. NOWELL G. H. H. Spring has come again. lt is warm with' little breeze. lnto your classroom the south sun shines. Outside the lawn is as green as before. The shadows of the eucalyptus leaves cast around Their millions of infinite patterns. Till time is gone, you will stand before us, lecturing, Casting millions of patterns of thoughts, ideas, philosophies. And we will sit forever, watching, listening. You were all England: literature, poetry, History, music, philosophy. You were the Window to the soul of such things. Your genius magnificently bared us of prejudice, And we shared together the rich glories you depicted. There is no rain outside the windows, Only sun and shadow. Spring holds this spell. Spellbound still, we love you Well. The notes you never used are on the stand, And your roll-book lies there, shut- your turn to laugh- You surprised us every time by name. Wes still sits- though he bears a gun in the Pacific- l-le still sits' in the second row over by the windows, You made him the brunt of all your jokes, because- Somehow because you liked him bestl These we will unconsciously remember When we take out our notes for re-reading: A green jade ring on your expressive hand, Hurried handwriting on the north blackboard: Too many pictures, irnmodest Venus in her corner, l-low you poked fun at the famed, the revered, the honored, For they, too, were human fools, How you dared thrust a dry dig at the devil .... Never with brutal scythe can time erase your vivid face. Suddenly life is serious as we see it through your eyesg We become as sad as age, as Wise. Our gaze is upon you. You face us as when, Tear-dimmed, you feared for our future. Then for the first time we knew- For all your cutting cynicism, your only test of our faith- You loved us, from the depths of your attuned heart. .fgclminififra fion elaarfmenf .kleacii EMORY RATCLIFFE SOCIAL SCIENCES H. C. BURBRIDGE PHYSICAL SCIENCES G. W. GRAVES AGRICULTUHE AND BIOLOGY W. E. ST. IOI-IN ENGLISH H. H. WHEATGN INDUSTRIAL ARTS .Lee:!.,lti-Ee, GRACE ALLINGI-IAM HOME MAKING G. B. COLBURN FOREIGN LANGUAGES I-I. O. SCI-IORLING INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION A. G. WAHLBERG MUSIC A. R, LANG EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY eloarfmenf .jvleacb RUTH WATERMAN PHYSICAL EDUCATION W. M. TUCKER GEOGRAPHY - GEOLOGY F54 ALEXANDRA BRADSHAW I ART EARL WIGHT PHYSICAL EDUCATION W. B. MIKESELL COMMERCE . .xdclminififra fion MARY BAKER DONALD NELSON COMPTROLLER MARIORIE ZELHART APPOINTMENT SECRETARY MARGARET COSGRAVE REGISTRAR DEAN OE WOMEN MITCHELL P. BRIGGS DEAN OF MEN W3-'f--- N '4"5 2 . R-2. -,ffifi-fi it l ,i 1 , My W-1 ui, 1, ,i 1, 5.40ci2tfiol3ii"t't.xAce I- ,' I l" ..L xH,., , Z t rio-,fu 1 - N. ii .,14V"litt'w" '. ' iv ii' if- ,lf fi 4 V- X i X Q , .ix-"" 4 -S-153' f,?.11""' The financial center of the Fresno State College is located in the Association Office of the new student Union building. Supervising all financial activities is Arthur Safstrom, general manager of the association. His duties include preparing tentative budgets and administering them after they have been approved by the Board of Directors. The general manager must also be ready to serve as business advisor for a number of sub- organizations. Over Sl50,00U in bank deposits go through the association office each year. The office is staffed by lohn Scheibelhut, assistant general managerg LaVerne Call, financial secretaryg and Helen Darnianos, secretary to the general manager. Ifggmvx ly , ., ' 1'-'vi 2 I-1 Public relations head for Fresno State College is Channing Manning. His office prepares and sends the story out over the country of Fresno State's activities, its athletics, drama, music and academic accomplishments. ln order to circulate information of the ac- tivities and educational advantages to be had at FSC, Manning puts out an estimated 250,000 words each year. By press, radio, circulars, and special publications, the public relations office endeavors to create and maintain a Wide- spread interest on the part of the outsider in Fresno State. Stories on the Sierra Summer School, foot- ball and other athletic achievements, the West Coast Relays, Spring Swing and other tradi- tional FSC events, have been accorded na- tional recognition through the Work of the public relations office. Assisting Manning in publicity Work were Helen Damianos, secretaryg Kenneth Clifford, Aline Bletcher, ldarnae Morris, and Barbara Cramer. 1 '1 1 11. M 1' M' 11 1 -1 ' 11' 1. ' ' - ' 1, f oarql y , 'fmfrecford 1. .Q A' '1 if rm l ' ,-sgyf. my .Xi xii First Row: OLSON, SMITTCAMP, REBS, ODORFER. Second Row: SAFSTROM, THOMAS, HANSEN, FALK, RATCLIFFE. Securing furnishings for the new student Union building, and a new stadium addition have been the biggest accomplishments this year of the Board of Direc- tors, Association financial administrative group. General duties of the Board include the collection and budgeting of all Asso- ciation dues, management of the cafeteria and book store, and the handling of all monies connected with the college that do not by law go through the regular college office. Upon the recommendation of General Manager Arthur Safstrom, the Board fixes all Association salaries and appoints all assistant managers and other employees. Faculty members appointed by President Frank W. Thomas to serve on the Board this year include Emory Batcliffe, chairman, Mary Bell Smith, Dr. Karl Falk, and Mrs. Ella Odorfer. Students Who served on the Board were Ed Piston, l-'loyd Hyde, Glenn- Gooder, Dorothy Bees, lack Hansen, and Betty Olson. .giluclen fa 5:27. Sm N D ..-W ..-4.4-1 A . af' GOODER With the war complicating student activi- ties by causing a heavy drop in enrollment and a curtailment in budget expenses, mem- bers of the Fresno State College student body forgedahead this year to overcome all the drawbacks incurred by the War. Guided by President Glenn Gooder, the student body instituted "Hello Week," which became an annual fall event to help new and old students to become acquainted. With the advent of the War, students re- vised their plans, formed a Student Defense Council headed by Blue Key President Bruce Morris, and set about earning money to pur- chase Defense Bonds in cooperation With the War effort along with the collection of War essentials. In May Glenn Gooder and president-elect Floyd Hyde attended the Pacific Student Presidents' Association Convention in Sun Valley, Idaho. Much discussed there Were means by which to earn money for national defense. Put into effect here were "corsage- less dances" and a number of ideas to carry out the mode, "fun Without luxury," as sug- gested at the convention. t l l l l I 1 i w i 1 HYDE Fall. 1941 Glenn Gooder Floyd Hyde - Beverly Cornell Ed Owensby - Don Winder - lack Hansen - Betty Olson - gk QNSBQI SSW STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Spring, 1942 - - - - President - - - - Glenn Gooder - Vice-President - - - - Dorothy Rees - - Secretary - - - Mary Lou I-lenningsen - Commissioner of Publications - - - - Ken Clifford - Commissioner of Athletics - - - Bolo Heeren - Men's Legislative Commissioner - - lack Hansen - Womens Legislative Commissioner - - - - Betty Olson HENNINGSEN CORNELL WON QXS S oXf5O SMITTCAMP HEEREN 27 H ,l ddocfafecl omen ,,t,, fdgfegfab ,P , x , Y' fix, N N 'Neg .Ng , 'xii t The first A.W.S. event of the year was the supper party given annually by the A.W.S. and W.A.A. for freshman Women students. lt was held this year in the east court Where the guests also at- tended a fashion revue. "Big sisters" from the AiW.S. Luncheon Club, the Sophomore Service Society, and the W.A.A. Board of Control sponsored the fresh- man guests. Early in March, a fashion show was held in the Union, with models chosen from each campus Women's organization. Spring styles from sports Wear to formal gowns were shown. Elizabeth Simmons, Associated Women Students president, and Dorothy Rees, incumbent president, attended the convention of the Western Intercol- legiate Associated Women Students at the Unif- versity of Utah, Salt Lake City, early in April. ,IW 28 -SE' f SIM lr- '7"7"""Q szvuulni .A Q' " H ng. ,.. . :mtv I 5 card- -luia -me-111 W Il-dugg . 11" "ii vit-:ls ' ' j""""i1 -.ii 4-can-may -.if mann- pw- Q ' Q. l -. A -- -Q -...H ,- -M... , -W.. , , QD' -3-,una-.....g rf-...-Q .gg -fs. Aws OFFICERS ,X ww ffw it N FALL, 1941 President - Vice-President Secretary - Treasurer - Publicity Manager - Athletic Manager Historian - Social Chairman Contact Chairman Room Chairman Elisabeth Simmons - Mary Lou Henningsen - Dorothy Iansen - Harriet McClurg - Virginia Sager - Lenore Ioint - Frances Fisher - Betty Markowitz Iohanna Anderson - Dorothy Rees Elisabeth Taylor Adjustment Chairman Helen VanZanten Etiquette Chairman - Betty Miner SPRING, 19 42 President - Vice-President Secretary - Treasurer - Publicity Manager Athletic Manager Historian - Social Chairman Contact Chairman Room Chairman Elisabeth Simmons - Verlinda Blade - - Muriel Ward - Harriet McC1urg Margaret Anderson - - Mari Masi - Patty Picklord - Audrey Petersen - Maurine Pymm - Virginia Scheidt Adjustment Chairman Dorothy Emmenegger Etiquette Chairman - Patty St. Iohn IANSEN M. ANDERSON HENNINGSEN I. ANDERSON MCCLURG MARKOWITZ MINER PICKFORD SAGER 4 Tgjv BL ff? 'x ei. - V 4136, l. 10? 1 The Student Council, which meets once every two weeks to thrash over stu- dent body problems, acted throughout the year as an advisory board to the student president and served as a body oi first review for student activities. Representatives ot all recognized campus groups brought up proposals oi every nature for discussion. The one most important recommendation by the Student Council, however, was that the Rally Committee membership be re- duced irom 25 to l6. The Student Council also helped back this year's Spring Swing, planned a memorial tor college students killed in the service of their country, and spon- sored special guest and faculty nights. The spring semester marked the first term that the group has met in the new Union cafeteria. In addition to student representatives, members oi the Student Council in- cluded President Frank W. Thomas, Dean of Men Mitchell P. Briggs, Dean oi 'Women Mary C. Baker, and General Manager of the Association Arthur Saf- strom. Iohn Olson, Chairman George Zenovich Vida Chucovich Bill Donleavy Dorothy Iansen Betty Markowitz Pat McCarthy Barbara Simmons Norman Stebbins Stanley Steinberg Bob Walton Bob Ellis George Nance Bill Rudd Dorothy Rees, Vice-President Floyd Hyde, Vice-President Leroy Reinhardt Anthony Trovato Derald Rasmussen Betty Binford Bob Richert Rodney Epps Perry Olson Wendall Evans Barbara Simmons Barbara Schively Margaret Hicks Barbara Pugh Connie Paschall Mary Io Schmid Ioe Drilling lack Gates Bob Winzler Bob Walton Don McKelvey Ed Owensby Bill Rockas Warren Steitz Walter Waterman Harold Diel Earl Yocum Harriet McClurg Ioetta Belcher IO Ann Hickman DONLEAVY EPPS EVANS HYDE IANSEN MARKOWITZ MCCARTHY NANCE P. OLSON OWENSBY PASCHALL PUGH REINHARDT RICHERT ROCKAS RUDD BUNDLE SCHIVELY SCHMID SIMMONS STEBBINS STEINBERG TROVATO WALTON WINZLER ZENOVICH I. OLSON is l -. 4 t U.. ...ng un- .sr " 'L be '13 ra J X . 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'Y TURN BULL I ONES BONEY 32 BLADE SPECIAL EVENTS COMMITTEE Evans McPherson, Chairman Lorraine Winston Adele Hume Vincent Todisco Stuart Hunter Gordon Scott lane Ross George Zenovich Elizabeth Gallaher Dorothy Young Mark Tibbs Don Weaser Owen Putler Robert Kerr Robert Eastman Ioyce Huliman Rowena Humphrey Marvin Schwartz Iohn Rundle DATE COMMITTEE ,- ' X Meredith Iones Bob Claverie ELECTION COMMITTEE Dorothy Long, Chairman I C B b a Schively LONG MARTIN Iliellty cggiscin llggibgia gaigbaorn t orman te ins THIELE MYERS BrI1rd1eGOrIetgn Ed Deutschmann ACTIVITIES COORDINATION STUNT COMMITTEE BOARD OF UNION CONTROL COMMITTEE grthug Forsiblad Flhanging Manning A,-mu, Sgfsironh Chairman ttre o n son - Miriam Boneyl Chairman Mon OC B b W-ml I Dean Mar Baker V Ellen Martin Frances Bell Barbara Sanborn Gson Omer 0 I e gigglgdlliycgisgnp' Briggs Glenn Goode: Helen Sarquis Margaret Anderson UNION PLANNING COMMITTEE Lorraine Wachtmann Iune Rice A Ellen Martin, Chairman BbSt k' PtTh'l- PROGRAM COMMITTEE Aino Iigefgg Mfmmiesiook ORIENTATION COMMITTEE Beverly Bradshaw lim Henderson Sturm Hyde, Chairman Floyd Hyde, Chairman Bob Bagby Clare Weymouth Marian Mamn Mymc Hylton Henry Wachtrnann Derald Rasmussen Norman Stebbins Bob Richert MGYQCIYSI Teflifln GSOYQG NGDCS- NATIONAL STUDENT FEDERATION Harold Bronstein OF AMERICA Verlinda Blade, Chairman HEY DEY COMMITTEE PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE Bruce Morris Nadine Kennedy I I , Muriel Ward Ken Clifford Bill Howard. Chdlfman Alan Turnbull, Chairman, Fall Alon Turnbull lim Rubg Dick Martin Ken Clifford Ken Clifford, Chairman, Spring Barbara White Io Ann ickman Gordon Seen pany 51. Iohn Dick Martin Ken Reuter Bob Stocking George Zenovich Oralee Abrams Frances Fisher OFF CAMPUS ACTIVITIES Mark Tibbs Leo NISID Marian Martin Iohn Coyne COMMITTEE Frances Fisher Oralee Abrams Pat Schelling Marvin Schwartz Bob Heeren Howard Henderson Idg Mae Mon-is john Quail Vivian Rundle Vivian Rundle Lorraine Wachtmann , The Student Court, which became an official reality late in the tall semester last year, consists of a tive-man court, including the dean ot men and four upper division students elected by the Student Council. The duty of the court is to interpret any ambiguous phrases in the ever-changing student constitution and to take a hand in any student activities which are not being properly conducted. The court has served mainly as a threat which proved successful as a preventative of many destructive stu- dent activities. Particularly, the court took action in controlling "over-exuberancyn on the part ot students at football games. Members this year were Ellen Martin, Bonnie Felix, Wendell Smith and Wesley Craven. MARTIN SMITH FELIX ik- WACHTMANN COX LL...1 SPRING...1942 Henry Wachtrnann ---- President Ioe Cox lim Molich - - Vice-President Oralee Abrams Pauline Bertram - - Secretary Helen McClurg Mildred Maxwell ----- Treasurer Lorraine Klem Oralee Abrams - Commissioner of Social Affairs Marion Shook Presiden Vice President Secretar J Treasurer Commrssloner of Soclal Affair al' -Q 5 25- Qld A F A 9 4 1 McCLURG KLEIN BERTRAM MAXWELL ABRAM L rflq' . ' V Q . s 'An' V v, ' xii- I SIMMONS N. WELL S 'ff in 9 .351-,f,, P377 ' A Agilvfn-'ina-.1 I 'X ,i K W NMRNUQ f- l XA 0 romcgzgn fgggnzom 'X FELIX SIMMONS SMITTCAMP LONG DUFFEY YENGER 36 IARNAGIN GOODER COX FORD V MORRIS HANSEN 37 Everett Hurry Berberian Social Science, Pres. Pi Gamma Mu, The Key, Public Speaking H. Mason Corner Speech, Mu Alpha Delta, Bronze Buckle, Ski Club Qiwlmfei, 1942 Pauline Bertram Commerce, Alpha Theta, Commerce Club, Sec. Senior Class T 55: T V 1 1 ' 2- .. -r ' ef ' I ' ' " .. 1-109' ' ' .K ,. -, . 8 - Y . -t Virginia Costa Commerce, Special Secondary, Pres. Delta Sigma Epsilon, Pres. Pan Hellenic League Mary Ann Burns Education, General Elementary, Special Secondary R. H W, V 1 1. '..,fv'4.-' ' . .. t ,. I C , . .. 1 f . f ,,.. f "Q u . , bg, .sr . H Ioe Benton Cox Education, General Elementary, Pres. Beta Kappa, Pres. Senior Class, Kappa Delta Pi ,,.... l I I l l l l Oralee Abrams l Commerce, Special , Secondary, Delta Mu Phi, l Student Council, .1 P51 X. px it , , Lorraine Camp Education, General Elementary Margaret Cunningham Commerce, Special Secondary, Delta Kappa, Pan Hellenic League I1 BMW' 1102 N Vice-pres. Senior Class Elizabeth French,Frenc Stephen R. Cape Education, Gener lflementary, C.S.T Newman Club, lndu Education Club Pearse Curran Art, Pres. Art Cent Campus, Newman Cl Yvonne Arbios Education, General Elementary, Psi Chi Iota, Phrateres, Freshman Women's Luncheon Club Eleanor Margar t Cassell Education, General Elementary, Psi Chi Iota. C.S,'l'.A,, Omicron Sigma Pi Candida Avila Home Economics, Omicron Sigma Pi, Newman Club nl Therese Cardoza ' Fay Chism gh, Sigma Delta Pi, Education, General gy, Portuguese Club Elementary, Agnha Theta, C.S.T.A., A appella Frederick Curtis ation, General ntary, The Key, C.S.T.A. Lloyd A. Daniels Education, General Elementary, Zeta Mu. Rally Committee, Senior Baseball Manager 1' fk-il we Nila Iames Davis lournalism, Pres. Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Phi Gamma, Campus Lucille Bahumes Education, General Elementary, Kagpa Delta Pi, The Key, .S.T.A, L H 'Q' Donn B. Chenoweth Education, General Elementary, Psi Chi Iota, C.S.'l',A., Omicron Sigma Pi Mildred Dewing Education, General Elementary, Psi Chi Iota, Tokalon, Kappa Delta Pi Doral Iune Baker Edu cation. General Elementary, C.S.T.A. K -ft, -nie' . Ag , --.Q lean Christensen Commerce, Psi Chi Iota Eleanor Diel Education, General Elementary, C.S.T.A. Gladys Barsoom Home Economics C.S.T.A. Cloe Collier Education, General Elementary, Delta Mu Phi fs, A 'Ev- -.. Edith Catherine Dollar Education, General Elementary, Band, Charm Chorus, C.S.T.A. Esther Bedoian Education, General Elementary, C.S.T.A., Student Council, Industrial Education Club Ann Catherine Collins Biolo y, Omega Xi gmicron, Rally Committee t ,i Yak IL, -' 5 a ni? , .lg . , Cheryl Dresser Commerce, Psi Chi Iota, A.W.S. Luncheon Club, Pan Hellenic League L, 'Qi I-V V ill" - - f r- I -- '- - r I it Q I ' - ' Yi' fi ft ' ':'If:IfIifj' - x " t . -' L 'J fzj, 1 Iack Gates Biology, Zeta Theta, Beta Kappa A Mary Louise Gaylord Speech, Special Secondary, Alpha Theta, Empathy, Orchesis l Qwluafei, 1942 Virginia Ellen Glaze Edu cation Abram F. Goldman Political Science, The Key, Debating, l.R.C. Virginia Duiiey Education. General Eileen Dunnegan Education General Elementary The Key, Kappa Delta Pi, C.S.T.A. Elementary Pres. Delta Sigma Epsilon, Pan Hellenic, , Sec. Summer School lim' Q . .dw- Hazel Ann Gonsar Speech, Special Secondary, Pres. Tokalon, Pres. Phrateres Empathy Iohn Marshall Harvey Biology, Spanish Club C.S.T.A. Herless Hein Commerce, Alpha Phi Gamma, Alpha Della Gamma, Iriterclub Council 'Q Donna Henderson Speech, Special Secondary, Pres, Alpha Theta, Commerce Club Glenn Goode: Speech Pres. Student Bod , Blue Key, Beta Kappa ' K, J, A ' he ., ,Wi- Q ' A- ,. 1 2' t A " V ,t f 4" 1, .1 V t , 1734.3 ,- f"' ' -1 I yr Doris Ell : Edu cati Nina Graybill Speech, Drama is asia 1-Y p --A ,,,,:.,,.rt l l l 1 l l W , l Q , l ,Fry N l Q 'Q ' 1 I P- l -l 1 Y 45 44 Margaret Henson Education, Pres, Delta Mu Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Pan Hellenic Virginia Hess Speech, Tokalon, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Empathy it lf : A Elinor Grace Hill Speech, Special Secondary, Orchestra, Fresno Symphony, Commercial Club Edward Iackson Ho Education, Genera Elementary, Band A Cappella, Varsitl Football Manage Bonnie Lucille Felix Phyllis Farris Speech, Special Secondary, Education, General Pres. Tokalon, Pres. Empathy, Elementary, W.A.A., Delta Siqma Epsilon Band, Swing Orchestra I Robert Ferrel Elizabeth Pike Chemistry, Pres. Chi Pi Sigma, Chi Delta, Student Council ond D. Howard llltical Science, Kappa. Spanish Club, l.R.C. Clare Grilieath Dorothy Allen Hall Education, General Education. Elementary, Kappa Delta Pi, General Elementary Triple S, Alpha 'Theta Queenie Hagopian Education, General Elementary, C.S.T,A,, Band, Orchestra f li 1 . I X William Andrew Howard Social Science, Beta Kappa, lnterlraternity Council t-S Robert Howell Commerce, Sigma Tau, Alpha Delta Gamma Commerce Iohn Schultz Hansen Iournalism, Collegian Editor, Pres. Alpha Phi Gamma, Blue Key Bay Hutchings Biology, Beta Kappa, Zeta Theta, French Club Katherine Elizabeth Folmar Education, General Elementary, Kappa Delta Pi Udell Hardman Social Science Rose Iknoian Commerce Newlin Elson Gaebe Commerce, Zeta Mu, Pi1ot's Club, Alpha Delta Gamma George Hare Physics and Chemistry Pres. Chi Pi Sigma, The Key, Engineer's Club Roberta Imrie Education, General Eelementary lfi . ltr , ,, , Iohn M. Kaupke Biology, Zeta Theta, Sigma Tau Gladys Louise Lynn Commerce Qiwlmfer, 1942 Donald Robert larnagin Commerce, Special Secondary Blue Key, Pres. Zeta Mu, l Marian Iames I Education, l General Elementary l l Alpha Delta Gamma Mildred Ienk Home Econo I' V I l ff is 3 1 2 , it I 1 l l ' C . ' An., ,YJ BeatriCe l0CK1'4 Kflufenbefg Rosemary Kingen Lorraine Klein lOUrHUllsm, Alpha Phi Gamma, Commerce, Special Secondary, Education, General Elementary, 51911141 TGU- DSNU, Delta Sigma Epsilon, Psi Chi Iota, Treas. Senior Class, Collegian Archery Club, Commerce Club A.W.S. Luncheon Club Arthur Ionathan Kennicott Zabclle Kiramidiian Una Ianice Koch Education, Education, General Education, Genera General Elementary Elementary, Phrateros, Elementary, Ki Pri . Ki Pri, C.S.'l'.A. C.S,T,A., S.C.A. Q-N ng 5 ' C4-+' -nf A 455: -an Florence May MacClain Education, General Elementary, C.S.T.A., College Symphony, W.A.A. -nn, Mary Machida Education, Kinder arten Prima 'YUM .s, A I ' 6 -', - . V . 4 29 ' J . x I rl , .is-4' fn l K 1 i Martha Madsen Education General Elementary Q ' TY' Iapanese Students Club - Q, L X Y l' A1-E V 1 , sf u 4' "1 5 ' v ' 1. -rv I ., 4 "Q iv. X., ,Q 5, X Esther Marootian Biology, French Club IE, 1 '44 Helen Christopher Mason Education, General Elementary, Orchestra, Charm Chorus Y 3 ' Q 'Q'- tw W1 Q , . fr S Helene L. Mathewson Education, General Elementary, C.S.T.A. an :': '4 r Robert Iohansen Commerce, Mu Alpha Delia, Yell Loader, Student ling Club Krunchian General The Key, Pi, Ki Pri ,dred Maxwell ommerco, Exile Kappa Council Iames Kubota Social Science, Pres. Iapanese Student's Club Ieaneite McCallister Education, Kindergarten- Primar , Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma phi Gamma, Ki Pri George lones Biology, Pres. Zeta Theta, Pres, French Club, Band .-...Q-vgyn Mary Lelever Education, General Elementary, Psi Chi lola ii , .lf, V Helen McClurg Home Economics, Special Secondary, Della Mu Phi, Omicron Sigma Pi, Phrateres Meredith Innes Education, General Elementary a ' 2- 'ru' N, Iames H. Leonard Chemistry SCA 'P-if-A-Fsrn Arleigh Wayne McConnell S eech, Bronze Buckle, Campus, Pres, Kappa Delta Rho Ruth Iorgensen Education, General Elementary, Kappa Delta Pi, W.A.A., C.S.T.A. Thomas Emil Letizio Commerce, Special Secondary, Commerce Club, Newman Club, Orchestra Armorel Xaprielian Music, Special Secondary, Tokalon, Kappa Delta Pi, Pres. .Pianoforie Club I ll Iecm.,Livingston Education Miriam McLellan Commerce, Band, R Thomas Kasai Commerce Dorothy Cordelia Long Education, General Elementary, Tokalon, Delta Kappa, Student Body Secretary Orchestra Virginnia Ioyce McGill lune McManus Education, General Education, General Elementary, Psi Chi Iota, Elementary, S.C.A., Charm Chorus, Phrateres Ki Pri, Psi Chi Iota , q fi: T be S I Lirrfkllk' A ' ' rl l 4 Ethel Laura Musselman Commerce, Alpha Theta, Commerce Club, 1-X.W.S. Luncheon Club ,, , l , Helen G. Pelerson English, The Key, Kappa Delta Pi Qfacluafed, 1942 H. Claylon Neel Speech, Beta Kappa, Pres. Bronze Buckle Karl Pelerson Music, Male Chorus Martha Rosalia Nicely Social Science, W.A,A., Newman Club, l.R.C. 1,, Y- ,,, P F all Zola Hay Pendergrass Education, General Elemeniary, Phraieres, C.S.T.A., Women's Chorus in Kenneth Neel Chemistry, Pres. Chi Pi Sigma, Student Council Theresa Perry Education v - 1 '! 5 f Paul Melikian Agriculiure 1 Iacqueline Melchior Education, General Elementary, Women's Chorus, C.S.T.A., Pianolorte Club we , wi ull , l i i J .il .V+ I! Evelyn Nutwell Kindergarten-Primary, Ki Pri, Charm Chorus, Phra1eres Frances Carolyn Nielsen Spanish and French, The Key, Pres. Sigma Della Pi, Pres, French Club Glenna Ruth Pipes Education, General Elementary, Vice-pres. A.W.S., Triple S, Pres. S.C.A. P 'Q .P Q rc-6:9 ,EQ Delmar Phillip Post Education, General Elementary, Bronze Buckle, Kappa Della Pi ,-"Etc Mabel Frances l Education, Ge Elemenlary, D Orchesis, C.S Education Gener Elementary, S.C.A.,K Della Pi, Miracle Boo Marjorie Ellen O'Cc . 4 , 1 k Pralher Millar Football, Drama Enid Mills Education, General Elernentar , Kappa Delta Pi, C.S.T.A., Pres. A Cappella .r joseph D. Orchard ducation and Ph sical E Y Education, Sigma Tau, Nancy Momson Education, General Elementary, Pres. Triple S, Pres. Omega Xi Omicron, Vice-pres. A.W,S. Shigelci Robert Mochizuki Commerce, Alpha Delta Gamma, Iapanese Students Club Alice Parichan Speech, Empathy, Kappa Delta Pi Varsity F Phyllis Lu Olson Ethel Yoshiye Otomo ucation, General Commerce, tary, Kappa Delta Pi, Iapanese Students Club he Key, C,S.T.A. lnne M. Priest ation, C.S.'l'.A., ppa Delta Pi, W.A.A. Pres. Elaine Ray Speech, Special Secondary, Drama, Empathy, Spring Swing -aq.' Iames G. Rohn Biology, Beta Kappa, Zeta Theta, Student Council Wanda Robinson Education, General Elementary, Women's Glee Club, C.S,T.A., Phrateres Paul Moranda Chemistry, The Key, Chi Pi Sigma Elf Mary Elizabeth Paulson Education, General Elementary, C.S.T.A. Eunice Fenimore Roth Nursing Bruce Lehmer Morris Education, General Elementary, Pres. Blue Key, Pres. Beta Kappa, Pres. C.S.T.A. Daniel L. Petersen Physical Education, Special Secondary, General Iunior High, Track, Varsity F Margaret Said Education, General Dorothy May Morrow Physical Education, Special Secondary, Delta Mu Phi,Pi Epsilon, W.A.A. i i Elenor Cecillia Petersen Education, General Elementary, Kappa Delta Pi, A Cappella, C,S.T.A. t Elementary, Omicron Sigma Pi, C.S,T.A., Ki Pri Alex Sanada Commerce, Alpha Delta Gamma, Iapanese Students Club, Commerce Club l Marjorie Ann Smith Social Science, Omega Xi Omicron Louis Voorhees Education, General Elementary Qiwluafed, 1942 Virginia Louise Smith Education, General Elementary, Women's Chorus, Orchestra, Kappa Delta Pi Eric Walden Social Science is 0 's 1 I l A Sara Gloria Sandrini Education, General Q Elementary, Newman Club, -I C.S,T,A., Spanish Club 1 Margaret Smittcam Commerce, Pres. Della Kappa, Women's Legis- lative Commissioner, Rally Committee , , , 'ffl' ' , .,,, Y Q fill' " .A AY y ,F I I J xQ' Marjorie Imogene Warren Education, General Elementar , C.S.T.A., A Cappella, Ki Pri Elvera Spomer Education, General Elementary, Sigma Phi Gamma, Sophomore Service Society, Freshman Women's Luncheon Club lay Waters Art, Psi Chi Iota, Art Center, I.R.C. -1 l l l l '1 ,1 X X Ray Starks "' ' ' ' Agriculture, Chi Beta Alpha Elementary Epsilon, Kappa Education, General Elementary, Campus Sidney M. Wells Commerce, Beta Kappa, Pres. The Key, Pi Gamma Mu 2? r Vera E. Widgez Education, General Elementar C.S.T.A, ' " Dulcie Sharp Physical Education, Pi E silon. Omega it Omicron yn Sherman Schwartz gy, Pres. Zeta Theta, res. German Club fi' Dolores Sutherland Art, Special Secondary Queene Shahzade Spanish Elisabeth Taylor Education, General Elementary, Art Center Marion Shook Education, General Elementary 'h Winiired Telkamp Education, General Elementar , Delta Mu Phi, C?lS.T.A. Elisabeth Louise Simmons Biology, Omega Xi Omicron, Pres. Tokalon, Pres. A.W.S. Gwendolyn Thompson Physical Education, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Epsilon, A.W,S. Luncheon Club i Tod Wise Commerce lchard Wilson erce, Bela Kappa, a Delta Gamma, lpring Swing Katherine Andreis Yenger Education, General Elementary, Tolcalon, Psi Chi iota, Kappa Delta Pi Simon Simonian Biology, Tennis Catherine Elisabeth Tinklin Homernaking, The Key, Omicron Sigma Pi Ernest Skaggs Geologcy, Geology lub Alan Turnbull Commerce, Zeta Mu Alpha Delta Gamma' Yell Leader , Y -.X -Y ji i ref 47 Frank April Comm erce Kimball Blair English William Floyd Briscoe Commerce, Alpha Delta Gamma Karl Buclanan Political Science Otis Roy Burket Biology Hagop Chakmakiian Philosophy and Psychology Frances Ann Clear English Alva Thomas Collier Social Science, Varsity F, Track Louise Conant Education, Ed. B., Industrial Arts Club Dan Russell Conrow Physical Education, Special Secondary, Football, Varsity F Lindell Corbett Education, General Elementary Ieanette Corzine Education, General Elementary, Triple S, Campus Frances Cross Nursing George Fitz-Gibbon Social Science Icrmes Ford Education, General Elementary, Beta Kappa, Blue Key, Pres. Summer School William Ierome Freitas English Harriet Estelle Gould Education, General Elementary, Alpha Theta, Rally Committee C.S.T.A. Vivienne Hansen Education, General Elementary Floyd Keesling Education, Track, Varsity P, Boxing George Kish Physical Education, Football Talmud Kramer Physical Education, Special Secondary, Boxing Arden Lanham Art Kenneth Luckin Physical Education, Mu Alpha Delta, Basketball, Varsity F William Dee Luton Commerce, Mu Alpha Delta Deran Markarian Biology Ephraim Donald Matthews Biology, Zeta Theta Christina McKinlay Education, Ed. B. H. Eleanor Mitchell Speech, Special Secondary, Empathy, Triple S William Mortland Social Science Rod O'Harra Speech Kenneth Orr Physical Science lack Power Education, General Elementary Howard Reynolds Chemistry Melvin Rouch Agriculture, Football, Varsity F, Agriculture Club Richard L. Shepard Social Science, Pres, Alpha, Golf, Inter-Fraternity Council Samuel T. Stagg. III Commerce, Special Secondary, Alpha Delta Gamma, Kappa Delta Pi Spring Swing Lester Terry Agriculture, Varsity F, Football George L. Thomas Social Science Glenn Walton Social Science Elias Henry Wiebe Education, General Elementary 4 .xdrfa The Associate ot Arts degree is conferred on students who have completed 64 units ot junior college Work, which includes a major of 20 units in a specified field ot study, physical education activities, hy- giene, study of the Constitution ot the United States, and English. 11 These two- year courses are planned tor students who Wish to prepare in the shortest advis- able time tor direct entrance into employment. '23 ALISON LEE DIETRICH MARY FRIIS-HANSEN ELBERT RALPH PETERSON MARTHA RUTH MARTIN FALL...1941 Bob Heeren - Betty lean Miner Pat Thiele - Dick Martin - Frances Fisher - Commissioner MCCLURG MINER HEEREN SPRING... 1942 - President Vice-President - Secretary - Treasurer f Social Affairs - President Dick Martin - - - Vice-President Harriet McC1urg - Secretary Barbara Frisch - Treasurer Vivian Bundle - - - of Social Affairs Barbara Simmons Commissioner o THIELE RUNDLE SIMMCNS FISHER WALTON FI-XLL...1941 SPRING...1942 Alan Crutchfield - - President Bob Walton - - - - - President Pat Ericson Vice-President Bill Donleavy - - Vice-President Maxine Roth - Secretary Maxine Hutchinson - Secretary Muriel Ward - ---- Treasurer Elizabeth Gallaher ---- Treasurer Dorothy Young - Commissionfr of Social Affairs Myrna Hylton - Commissioner of Social Affairs VVARD HYLTOTT BOTH YOUNG HUTCHINSON DONLEAVY ALLAHER 5-l Qtr V '- www ' :Z Q .. ..,,...,,,.,,,,.. -.., u 7 H., fi! HYDE RUDD FALL...1941 SPR1NG...1942 Stuart Hyde - - President Bill Rudd - - President Barbara Pugh - Vice-President Audrey Smith Vice-President Sue Henderson - Secretary Iackie Eberhart - Secretary lane Robinson ---- Treasurer Beverly Kuhlitz ---- Treasurer Maryly Webster Commissioner of Social Affairs Sue Henderson Commissioner o Social Affairs f ROBINSON HENDERSON WEBSTER PUGH SMITH EBERH 'eu wr., ,i , J W z' , X 1 'X Q, XX .---Y -T-...-.Y...1i, ,,,,Y, ---YHA . ,A 4 X r A ss ss H 1 A F' I fig D, 'V' E QM m SW ,. ww I A-.f - W , -:.: H ,, . . i vu A al!! xml-arfii, A .NW 3- 1 ,. ,I I -1 4 ya A' 'sw' 'bggu , KAI! Hx . - ' Q, W AN Q WQ 5' " - M 2 " ..f f'. A + ' if E ,, 1 Ai L.. -V -r 7, Ex, 5 J Y i I E ELM.. LTTQJ' '- --. .- 5. sue-ii" ' X W 51 vim ' .fir-X., W: 1" , VKZKTF.: . i,:QL!v, , H, Hmmm, 1. PQJAHPQNGH ggelafion X M df- 'Q ly 5' ig we ' if 'fx N, Sui' new W aw my-S' A X ' . 5. .sf . " M . "U ' I . Y, I . ,.,., ,.,. M X U '.' 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I Q ,1 ' , 1 1 Y ,I 1 1 ,I v 7 Q n A, X 4- n nw :.x -M. '.-A w. tMJr,5','157.', IW HN ' '37, " fy 'I " wtf - P 7""",',: , ' Qi ...L- vA ', ,', 12-w,'v:?,.', A " ' 5' 7 ' ' "'L.rg. i,iZ,....+.C'.:', NRVL: tar!! LL 'VK A!.v'v tl ir. 6 ' if Sl "CA, 'A L"-ii r I K' ja ki..H5f:,f.x,. .1 pxtvilx fix I -, Nix ' , ,iii - . '- pgs K,-1194 rv - Ley. jf ,ug hw. - 4,- ,,.l -YEL: aw W S , ',...f HRV f il Q S, , 4' A mfg U c X f, T :NEI " .XHQV In if J- .4 X ,.-' 3 N. ,ff xS ,:..iMy V ,, . J 41 J ' C? MEREDITH IONES Opening the Winter formal season, the trab- ditional Queen's Ball, held for the eighth time December 5 in the Memorial Auditorium, set up a new criterion for all Coronation cere- monies to be held at Fresno State College. Meredith lones Was crowned Queen of the Campus before a throng ot 500 couples. 60 When the Coronation ceremony began, Miss lones, escorted by Glenn Gooder, headed the royal procession. Behind her in order of selection by the judges were her attendants, Doris Spencer, Verlinda Blade, Ellen Martin, and Pat Thiele. NN I 4, A XE I 'J THIELE, IONES ' V SPENCER, BLADE, MARTIN MARTIN, SPENCER, GOODER, WITWER, IONES, BLADE, THIELE V -A' ,fir JE Q1 Mg 7: gg, I- '1 vim, -s ijflt 11 , .i .1 f"' N i'q"'!:, .Zi A 4 ' V Lia, , Ei P A 'SF wa ,HI 1 . E5 61 AX' ' -qs' Y e , ' 4 111' f' . ' 2:5-?':? . ,L Y K' 1 , L , , ,-r,' lf 1 J fl in, .....4L.4 .. 71 i 3 ,X . . 1, iz! 'Eg ww Q i i Qi. N, I . I ,sf r v ,H f -W9 47 X. sw - Y E' -4 H J -.5 XA , gs 215' Q-' ' V L3 f 5 ' Q-' .az ,657 1 5 5 I ' 1- fi. 1 , , ,,, A nf- . ' J q il ' JT! 'N J! I I -. - Q .W X53 Qr .,,.,.-f s f 2 wx fl W '-F s ' ' , , P' P 4 I kg A k 'Brigid if 355: gg ' f 'S -A A . I . . V Tx ff". . , 9 'W,.. A 'N ff ' -21 V l - ,,,.A A D ' . r, ,vw - lg 1 ,- 1 f , . f . ,Q J ff , f K' Lil tel' X., . 111 I , 'yr W E, L-f., J bf: ' A , -1?- I , I 4? lfll'l'll'I'I,Ql" SACD! FEE Two hundred and eighty-five students at Sierra Summer School at Huntington S A f summer and 37 of them graduated at the lfUfl'Ll'I'I.2l" C 00 of the six Weeks session. Again Dr Mitchell P. Briggs assumed the of Dean of Summer School and Mrs. Ruth W acted as advisor for the "goonies" in their Student body president for the l94l SSS was lim Ford. Other officers elected during A opening-day assembly held in Forest Theatre Were Vivienne vice president, Virginia Duffey, tary-treasurer, Ken Clifford, publicit representative, Ellen Martin, Associ ated Women Students' president, and Alan Turnbull, Associated Men Stu- dents' prexy. Ed Owensby, for the sec- ond year, was elected editor of the Sierran, Weekly Summer School ne paper. A highlight of the summer was appearance of the "Look" photogra pher who took pictures of the tion of the "goonie" queen, Hedrick of Compton, Weekend classes, campfire gatherings, and SSS activities. Many of the pho pher's pictures appear in the Campus. 4? Regular extra-curricular activities of the stu- dent body included Tuesday evening assem- blies, Friday night dances, Saturday hikes, ct 6:30 dip every morning With Arthur Wahlberg, Sunday afternoon vesper services, Wiener bakes, and intramural and co - educational baseball tournaments. ln the traditional rivalry between Deer Creek and College Camps and the Married and Single Men teams in baseball, Deer Creek and the Married Men emerged victorious. Classes offered at Huntington last summer and as usual held in the open under blue-and- White striped awnings, were in art, biology, education, English, speech, geography, foreign language, engineering, math, music, physical education, and social science. 67 fp' I A. .. 5F?1"' ID L 4-QE , ' 1. 1 "" M-QQ? . , A 9 V31 A5 fix .. Visiting faculty members were Dr. I-lolwerda, Uni- versity of Southern California, English, Stephen Walker, Fresno City Schools, education, Mrs. Reed, Los Angeles City Schoolsg and Alfred Brown, San lose, and Elwyn Schwartz, Kingsburg, both music. Featured entertainment during the Tuesday night assemblies were "boogie-Woogie" music by Larry Bean, an AMS assembly with a South American theme, and an AWS assembly burlesquing college life at summer school. ln the annual student three-act play, Faith Boessler, Glenn Gooder, and Bob Smale, all of FSC, and Beverly Caws- ton of the University of California at Los Angeles, had leading roles. The play, "You Can't Take lt With You," was presented before 900 people in the Forest Theatre. The climatic high-spot of the six weeks session, however, was gen- erally agreed to be the faculty produc- tion, "Comin' Bound the Mountain," a one-act play. 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X 5 :Q , y f E ,l :E 7 I, . sf-F' mix ,M ,Q-4' lguggcafionfi 15 f7Ae 1 76 KAUTENBERG RICHERT C A M P U S S T A F F Editor - - ------ lean Kautenberg Business Manager - Robert Richert Associate Editor - - - - Marian Martin Assistant Editors - ---- lack Hansen, Clem Clark Staff Photographers - Herman Lawson, Louie Eutrell, Arthur Cazares Senior Editors - - Patricia Woodward, Nila Davis, Iune Potter Art Editors - - - - Betty Fisher, Pearse Curran Summer School - - - Lorraine Andrew Classes - - - Anna Marie Curran Sports Editor -------- Ed Piston Assistants - Sarkis Peloyan, Kenneth Clifford, Bobby Madrid Publications -------- Gordon Scott Drama - - Arleigh McConnell Music - Barbara White Sororities - - Evelyn Pierson Fraternities - - - - George Pappas Organizations ---- - Ernest Anderson, lohn Coyne Associated Women Students - - Margaret Iorgensen Women's Sports - - - Margaret Terzian I HANSEN DAVIS LAWSON FISHER CLIFFORD IORGENSEN CORZINE CLARK CURRAN ANDERSON K ANDREW SCOTT WHITE PISTON GOERGIZIAN MCCONNELL MARTIN PELOYAN TERZIAN PIERSON ms , .I , 'NT """i"1 PISTON HANSEN FALL 1941 Ed Piston - - Ed Cwensby - Ernest Anderson lack Hansen - Clem Clark - Ken Clifford - Bob Richert - lean Kautenberg Anna Marie Curran Bay Foreman - Marian Martin - Gordon Scott - Evelyn Pierson - Ed Owensby - Ace Lawson - lack Pomeroy - Ethel Mitchell - - Editor - Business Manager Assistant Editor Managing Editor - News Editor - - Sports Editor - - Night Editor - - Copy Editor- Editorial Board Staff Photographer Advertising Manager Circulation Manager Reportorial Staff SPRING 1942 - - lack Hansen - lack Pomeroy - Ken Clifford Ernest Anderson - Sarkis Peloyan - Bob Richert lean Kautenberg - Margaret Iorgensen - - Gordon Scott - - Peggy O'l-lara - Anna Marie Curran - Arthur Cazares - Louis Futrell - Kathryn Harris - Barbara Cramer Betty Anderson, lohn Coyne, lohn Furqueron, Kathryn Harris, Mickie Lindsey, Eleanor Roughton, Ruth Schwabenland, Lee Simpson, Edward Sturgeon, Alice Surnida, Patricia Woodward, Harold Bronstein, Robert Groendyke, Art Reich, Don Barsotti, Bruce Oneto, Alan Axton, and Beverly Dihel. is . SUMIDA CLARK METCALF PELOYAN LAWSON Q-I, ga-if ff ,V r . A I H wg ' PIERSON STURGEON HARRIS BRONSTEIN O'HARA ANDERSON CURRAN RICHERT IORGENSEN SCOTT SIMPSON CLIFFORD SCHWABENLAND POMEROY N51-fi KAUTENBERG REICH MARTIN COYNE DAVIS 1 N31 - , 3 , ii CURRAN MCCARTHY CARAVAN STAFF Editor -------- Anna Marie Curran Business Manager - - Ken McCarthy Art Editor - - - - Floyd Hyde Assistant Editors - - - Lyn Gaines, Patty St. Iohn, Shirley Sorenson, Margaret Iorgensen ' Nila Davis, Grace Goergizian, Ernest Benck, Ioyce Huffman, Margaret Iorgensen, Rachel Patterson, Editorial Bgqfd Bonnie Wortman, Harold Bronstein, Lucille Owensby, Glen Bohannan, Iames Parsons, Irene Strutfert, lean Kautenberg. 9 3' KAUTENBERG ST. IOHN BRONSTEIN SORENSON ' COYNE - f GOERGIZIAN Q 1 B IORGENSEN GAINES DAVIS an HANDBOOK STAFF Editor ------- lack Curtis Associate Editor ----- lack Pomeroy Staff - - Patricia Bell, Clem Clark, Ruth Haugen, Kenneth Ross, Grace Goergizian POMEROY DIRECTORY STAFF Editor ------- lack Pomeroy Associate Editor ---- Bernard Barber Assistant Editors - - Marian Kelly, Iack Campbell HAUGEN CLARK GOERGIZIAN glam fiorw J.-af . .- Ag. ..--lr Air ... ' ., A- -4 ' .I-tg' ' .,-, -.-.Q-vEY5rf?3 HANSEN, CURRAN, KAUTENBERG, PHILLIPS, LYON, POMEROY, CLIFFORD, OLSON, SIMMONS, SHEEHAN. The Board of Publications has a membership of l6 which elects editors tor the campus publications, has the power to recall any editor of the publications, makes recommendations to the Board of Directors on contracts, distributes the publications budget, and directs, as an advisory board, the policies ot the pub- lications. Voting members ot the Board this year were Dr. Hubert Phillips, chairman, Dr. Earl Lyon, Dr. Karl Falk, and Miss Alice Bell, Glenn Cfooder, student president, Elizabeth Simmons, president ot the A. W. S., Kenneth Clifford, commissioner of publications, and Betty Olson. Non-voting members were Channing Manning, public relations director, Dr. Paul Sheehan, Miss Eugenia Rowland, lack Hansen, Collegian editor, lean Kau- tenberg, Campus editor, lack Pomeroy, editor oi the Handbook, Anna Marie Curran, editor of the Caravan, and Arthur Satstrom, association manager. 1. V- -x X -, ,S R: , f, V , , -A-" , , X' ' puggqafibnd M nalafi .xxx ' x 'E Xu 5 W X x 'cr W Xxx NN 5 'Q .S7ciCke.JLlawLin:5 x A t W -R, I "1 ' 1 mv' , N 11 'ES'- I"Cl,l'l'l6l N , s ' fm 'Lx . WRIGHT The University Street Playhouse statt, in spite of the War stress which curtailed many campus activities, directed a full program ot theatrical activity and presented three hit plays during the season. l-leaded by I. W. Wright, the staff conduc- ted the annual San Ioaquin Valley high school and junior college radio play tourna- ment, a series ot radio programs, and aided in the production of Spring Swing. 86 Members of the Playhouse staff are Ioseph King, Charles Taylor, Ainslee Harris, and Bernice Paiva. Playhouse policies are dic- tated by the Board ot Playhouse control, under the supervision of the Board of Di- rectors. A group of one-act plays by Well-known Writers was presented this year to round out the theatrical program and to give many more drama students an opportunity to dis- play their talents. PAIVA KING Left SE CONTROL BOARD OF PLAYHOU TAYLOR, PAIVA, KING, to Right WRIGHT, 'I l l l l , H, fwf,tlt'll'l'lt fwvl' '- JH. sw Wltfi ,I iwvw, HM NN tt-- "" Q. '1 " "N! The first drama presentation of the year was Franz Molnar's legend, "Liliom," the story of Budapests "bad boy" barker who beat his Wife Went to the medium place between heaven and hell, was sent back to earth to do his good deed . . . and failed by slap- ping his own daughter. Norman Katen played the part ot Liliom in the title role, with lane Ross taking the part of Iulie, the simple, gracious little girl who be- came Liliom's Wife. Others outstanding in the larger parts were Elaine Ray as Marie, Bonnie Felix as Mrs, Muskat, and Ray Foreman as Ficsur. There were also many others Who did Well in smaller parts in a cast of about thirty characters. "Liliom" was directed by loseph King, and was staged by Charles Taylor, .QQ 1 .K W, . . .f""' A ' ul' tflul Af" fu ttwwii, Ah , it Mu vi,sl,,,vy W, Tgirfw. ,, ,, "",,"f,,,3t"i1- .1 - ,,,""",,,,"',,21g' ., , i N , 1 1 , t. , wp, ti' M, ,L it ,' ' tl, 1, 0 ltQY'5w'slI1'JJ T mu, mg, ,iill 2 ,,,, ,,,fN 'T my ' T if , f f iitiii lt , L6 e ii,,,, pauejfr ,, ' , xx 'X x . Njx XA' 7 . I 1 .H i The second Playhouse presentation of the year, "The Bishop Misbehaves." by Frederick lackson, was presented the first Week in March. The play was directed by Ioseph King, and staged under the direction of Charles Taylor. The plot of "The Bishop Misbehavesn concerned itself With the adventures of a thrill-thirsty bishop and his meek sister who stumbled into the middle of a crime Crobberyl. The bishop promptly sleuthed his Way through the facts of the crime, and snatched the loot in order to lure the robbers to his bishopric for more thrills. He exposed the robbers to themselves, and every thing turned out very hap- pily - except lor the one who was robbed. Mason Corner, playhouse veteran, played the part of the bishop, with Isabelle Booth as his lovable sister. Kent Millar and David Par- ker did outstanding bits in the smaller character parts of Mr. Brooke and Red Ea- gan, respectively. The re- mainder of the cast was made up of Glenn Gooder, Nina Graybill, Bob Winzler, Alice Parichan, Wendell Smith and George Lacey. 'Lf 4-' - , ,Q , 4106566 "Ladies in Retirement," which opened on May 21 for a week's run, provided a setting of an English country house on the edge ol the Thames estuary in the year 1890, for an eerie story ot murder. ln order to provide a home tor her two "pixilated" sisters, middle aged Ellen Creed, played by Virginia Hess, murdered her friend and employer, Leonora Fiske Clsabelle Boothl. Elaine Ray and Alice Parichan played the sisters, Louisa and Emily Creed. ln what looked like a perfect crime, Ellen 90 disposed ol the body oi Leonora Fiske, and everything went smoothly until Albert Fea- ther, Ellen's nephew, appeared on the scene and started a little amateur sleuthing, hoping to extract some blackmail from his aunt. The murder finally came to light, but only after three acts, filled with tense moments relieved by the "oft the beam" remarks made by the two crazy sisters. Other members ot the cast were Dorothy Hutchison, as Lucy, the maid, David Parker as Albert Feather, and Bonnie Felix, Hazel Gonser and George Lacey. Q Q vt I si' W 'Z V N. 4 I .5111 I X A 1 . 2 QQQL ' is ' xg I 'R' V K 'I x 'KJ J 4 y ' 1 x B 'fy 4 J h ' .I-. , . 1' ., JJ ' , ' :fp 'L 4 I " P J' . ,af rl", 'Qu ' ' "rm I ?! " 4 . ' if f 4 " ..x. -Q 'z , ,, n.. . efg, SE YW. SQA .V fix Fil" -A 'H if-q . , ,,,.,, x A,ffQ'v K .vb A. 1 ache 5M..3' M , 1: ' K ,MW f uf :mfg X . H x H H gl. ,.,, M w, ..-.sumf .w. .M -1 N ,M .X W ,- X I 1 "H uf . . .1 , fm if-. iz. .Y M' Mgmt- - t.,,4,' 2, ,X . 4 .-.,' 1 ' wi .. - ' " t' 10:41 . ,lla 5 , v.'.' Q. MCGBEW Under the leadership ot I. Fred McGreW, Fresno State College was represented in intercollegiate debate tournaments by Ev- erett Berberian, Abram Goldman, Stanton Levy and Leo Diel at the tournament held in Pomona in December. At the spring tourna- ment held in Stockton in March, Fresno Was represented by Donald Bahling, Goldman, Levy and Diel. During both semesters Enid Mills, Helen 94 lean Butler, Barbara Sparks, Penny Mirigian and Kathryn Slater spoke before various service clubs, P.T.A. groups and other or- ganizations. During the Easter spring vacation the men speakers who Went on tour addressed l6 service clubs in tive days. ln February, the Women Went on tour for tour days. Norma Brandon, Neva Etherton, and Bon- nie Wortman were high school speakers. BUCKMAN BUTLER, SPARKS, SLATER, GONSER, MILLS LEVY, DIEL, GOLDMAN, BAHLING MCGREW ERICKSON '- I-'T 'L-A145 - ri' .. . .-f-4 V, " . 'J-f -- A uw' f-11" ' -. "' - ' A .L-,3.,f,. ra ' ,,:'.f- ' . ..f' A If 3' ' ' M' -fffffil Q -'gg JL-H3 :- '- -.yu ' "--I gfgzi W , .,,. W . . . ., . ,,. , Q - "".,M1 C ,R 'N I gg -.n ' W 'x li' ,f L.: Q Lfffww-Q1 'Minn "ij L In t if'-F vt l'3'f. 'W -1 V vgrf ' 'I' 1 '. - - fa-i .: i sl Ah I' y ,V .J - vfgx ' 3 ' 5 - ' -', - a ur s ,LN Mae y qq?nLUa K N '-Y. H k' f 'Xt N, 't r -. lt- 90 W5 5 5' WU 5 s 7. A ,J cm V L mn ,,gf g, Egg' fi 'NIT 2- 9- fy lf, W ,, -1 'dz I - V Emil v VN. I I3 .4 4,1 ,F :If dn T 1. ' 2 -v r f 'xi , ' A' Y' X fg. f ,rg h P- -5110 z ,A K xx Ms. . 71,2 . M 9?-Q13 f' . 95531 Y xv. Q ,' qv? 'J' JS? LJ. L . gi" Hx 'QJHL-Y I . 'v 5 I F0 T ws' , Y . . AL' K 4, Q-If L. t rf? 1. L.. 6,4- 'fu M Q.- .Vs U, WK.-xv' Q ,gp s'-E E .Hi E. 1 il ,- S 98 'Mic 5'4" ,n -"' I r. . Q. Y' 5 I ' . A,- if 4 +I X ,. I , J. .4 K K xxx ' 7399 HLBERG WA y0RSBLAD EBRD AHL In addition to conducting all the annual musical activities of past years, the Music Department, headed by Arthur G. Wahlberg, this year added a number of events tor ser- vice men and tuned its program to the War theme. The annual events such as the presenta- tion of the Messiah, four Fresno Symphony Orchestra concerts, the Carol Service Assem- bly just before Christmas, the Music Festival, the Men's Glee Club spring concert, the A 100 Cappella Choir concert and the Women's Chorus concert were supplemented by the appearance of the Charm Chorus at the dedi- cation of the Lemoore Air Base, and the in- clusion ot several Air Corps men in the Sym- phony Orchestra, which is led by Arthur C. Berdahl. The Music Department also played a strong part in this year's Spring Swing pro- duction, "You're Telling Me." Miss Lyllis Lundkvist directed the Charm Chorus and Verne Delaney the Men's Chorus. PRES The Fresno State College Band, under the direction of Arthur Forsblad, added another honor to its long list when Betty Lou Basye, red-haired drum majorette, was chosen "All- American Majorette" by a jury oi service men. In addition to playing at all the home foot- ball games, several basketball games, and the San lose tootball game, the Band was invited to attend the East-West Shrine Game for the second year, but was unable to attend when the game was shifted to the East be- cause oi the war. NO ST ATE COLLEGE BAND Although the band was originally 80 pieces, it has lost 20 men to the service since March 31, 1940. The group marched in the Armistice Day Parade, being largely responsible tor win- ning the Sweepstakes Award for the college, in the Defense Day Parade April 9, and in the Frontier Days Parade in Bakersfield in September. Band awards this year went to Edith Dol- lar, Grange Critchtield and Phyllis Parris, graduating seniors. 101 L N ,M , mu . 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Q . ff .J TERRY The Battlin' Bulldogs, weakened consider- ably throughout the l94l season with mis- cellaneous injuries, still managed to absorb enough of Coach Iimmy "Rabbit" Bradshaw's magic to tie with San lose State for the Cali- fornia Collegiate Athletic Association cham- pionship. Led by all-conference haltback, Captain Les Terry, the Fresno Staters won tour, lost three, and tied two games. In CCAA com- petition, they tied with rival San lose for the title with two wins and a tie. Other all-conference players from Fresno besides Capt. Terry were lim Molich, end, Bob Burgess, center, and lean Lamoure, tackle. Football for 1941 saw the addition of A. P. "Pix" Pierson, former teammate of Bradshaw at Nevada, as head line coach ot the Bulldogs. Sherrill Vanlandingham was elected cap- tain tor the l942 season. VANLANDINGI-IAM MOLICH . ,I 1 t - bfi' MASINI Iim Molich, junior right end, was selected as first string end on the first annual "Little All-Coast" honorary toot- ball team. The selections, based upon the opinions of sports editors on the Pacific Coast, attempted to give due rec- ognition to outstanding athletes in the small colleges and universities on the coast. Mickey Masini, sophomore, was second string halt- back, and Bob Burgess, senior, Was selected third string center. BURGESS 'Tin-L Qiw-'Fm X ...biijft -' i' ' j:.:,Xu!, Y ' Q .V 13511-15- ,jf iii WZ. 4 V I - .':!'ff 5.11.5 '4.x'1',g ,, ,. ,,, u 1 -,f 4- S -41434341 5 ji . , - -X, gg KISI-I - HUMPHREYS CAYWOOD a HALLEN VALEK CONROW qua- MYERS - Px A ... First row, left to right: VANLANDINGHAM, LAWLER, WALLEN, TERRY, STEBBINS, KEZIRIAN, GARVER, HANCOCK, P. BROWN, Second row: MOLICH, G. BROWN, CONROW, CAYWOOD, ROBERTSON, MASINI, HUMPHREYS, BOLT, MULLIGAN, BRASEp Third row: GREGORY, Manager, MYERS, KISH, HENDERSON, LAWTON, AXTON, LAMOURE, VALEK, HALLEN, BURGESS, BAKKEN, PLAUGHER. FRESNO STATE 6 The Bulldogs, opening their season against one of the fastest-moving outfits in the nation, held the West Texas Buffs to a 7 to 6 Win. Wee Ben Collins, who Went on to loecorne second highest scoring athlete in the United States with l32 points, tallied the Winning Buffalo score and conversion in the third quarter. WEST TEXAS STATE 7 The Fresno team scored first on a sensational 59 yard pass play from Bud Myers to lim Molich, who lateraled to Captain Les Terry for the touchdown. Vernon l-lurnphreys, guard, Vernon Caywood, quarterback and Iirn Molich, end, were standouts in defensive play. 129 FRESNO STATE 7 Scoring on the opening play of the game as the result of a 79-yard scoring pass play, the Bulldogs held strong Camp Haan to a 7 to 7 tie. Sherrill Vanlandingham caught the Haaners, a military team from Riverside, fast asleep as he passed to end lim Molich who CAMP HAAN 7 romped 50 yards to score untouched. The Camp Haan team scored in the third period, but the Bulldogs drove down the field in the closing minutes to the one yard line before being forced to attempt a field goal which failed. WALLEN b FRESNO STATE 26 Scoring two touchdowns in the opening eight minutes of play, the Bulldogs went on from there to defeat an aerial-minded Santa Bar- bara State Gaucho team, 26 to U. Bud Myers, fullback, scored the first tally, followed by another touchdown a few plays later by Sherrill Vanlandingham. 130 if BOLT J f if 151 Y.. P. BROWN SANTA BARBARA STATE 0 Dick Garver, tricky sophomore lightweight, outraced the entire I-lilltopper team for the third score, while another sophomore sen- sation, Mickey Masini, plowed over for the fourth tally. Outstanding were Bud Myers, on pass defense, Bob Burgess, center, and lack Wallin, guard. FRESNO STATE 6 The Fresno Staters pulled an upset as the Wolfpack of the University of Nevada were heavily favored to Win, but Don Bolt, soph- omore guard, saved the day for the Bulldogs by blocking a punt in the final quarter en- abling end lim Molich to recover in the end zone for enough points to gain a 6 to 3 victory. NEVADA 3 The Wolves, scoring a field goal in the third quarter, held the vaunted PSC running attack to a net of 14 yards, but were out- classed by the passing of Sherrill Vanland- ingham and the punting of sophomore Mick- ey Masini. The Nevadans have yet to defeat a Bradshaw-coached outfit. LAWTON PLAUGHER FRESNO STATE 26 Led by Captain Les Terry who personally accounted for l22 yards of the team's 4l2 yards gained from rushing and passing, the Bulldogs played one of their best games of the season in defeating San Diego State, 26 to O. Mickey Masini scored'the first touchdown in the second quarter, Bud Myers making the conversion. Terry scooted around end for 132 1' CF"J MULLIGAN SAN DIEGO STATE 0 the second tally in the third quarter, followed by another six points as the result of a pass from Danny Conrow to Masini. The even- ing's scoring Was concluded with a beautiful jaunt by Sherrill Vanlandingham into the end zone. Outstanding in the Fresno defensive ranks were lim Molich, end, Vernon Caywood, quarterback, and Bob Burgess, center. 1 , I 1 X l -Q N! 1 i Liliiii ax. ' ,,,. L M ,z 1, Y H Q W w N 5 A4 . V ,,,: f, :Ln :YZ M, S ."' ',-w3',"j' , 'f' , ,-P.'.1f'3'2:p15': 1 4- ,M af, -1 9351, .Exi- v f ,v , ' --.- Mffi' c , 4 , 1. ,, if 1 "' .I ' 4 1 , .4 .., M fd' , WJ:- r 133 FRESNO STATE 27 In one of the wildest scoring contests ever witnessed in Batcliffe Stadium, the Bulldogs were outscored by a mighty University of San Francisco team, 47 to 27. The Dons scored 13 points in the first half, then both teams went on a spree in the last half to net nine touchdowns in 18 minutes. Fresno scoring all came in the second halt, three of the four touchdowns being tallied in the final quarter. lim Molich, end, scored first on a pass from Sherrill Vanlandinghamg SAN FRANCISCO 47 Danny Conrow then scampered 54 yards to the end zone after receiving a pass from Alan Axton, Molich scored again on a pass from Vanlandingham after a 60 yard march, and the final score came late in the game as Vanlandingham passed to Captain Les Terry who in turn lateraled to quarterback Vernon Caywood who rambled 23 yards to pay dirt. Outstanding defensive men for Fresno in- cluded lim Molich and Vince Valek, ends, Bob Kezirian, center, and Vanlandingham, halfback. KEZIRIAN BAKKEN FRESNO STATE 13 Playing before 14,000 football fans, the largest crowd in the history of Batcliffe Sta- dium, the Bulldogs eased over a weak Col- lege of Pacific gridiron team, 13 to 0, on Armistice day. Fresno scored in the second period, end lim Molich taking the ball on a deceptive 134 AXTON COLLEGE OF PACIFIC 0 play and passing to Captain Les Terry for the touchdown. Molich also set up the sec- ond score in the final quarter by blocking a Pacific punt on the four yard line. Mickey Masini bumped it over. Oustanding Fresno defensive athletes in- cluded George Kish, end, Mickey Masini, full- back, and Paul Brown, tackle. 1-lpgfz rf 135 I FRESNO STATE 0 Heavy fog slowed down a spirited Fresno eleven as the Bulldogs outclassed the San lose State Spartans for the second consecu- tive year but were forced to be content with a U to U tie. The underdog Fresno team outrushed and outpassed the Spartans, although the full potency of the Bradshaw aerial game was weak due to the thick fog whichshrouded SAN IOSE STATE 0 the playing field most of the game. However, in the final minutes of the game, end George Kish blocked a Spartan punt to set up a Fresno scoring opportunity, but on the four yard line a slippery ball slithered out of Alan AXton's hands on an attempted field goal and with it went the ball game. Playing great defensive ball for Fresno were Kish, Ed Lawton,tackleg lim Molich, end: and Vernon Humphrey, guard. HENDERSON GARVER FRESNO STATE 7 In their final game of the season and the third within ten days, the Fresno State team played lethargic ball in falling before Dixie Howell's team of Arizona State at Tempe, 26 to 7. Fresno's lone score came late in the final 136 LAMOURE ARIZONA STATE AT TEMPE 26 quarter as the result of a drive sparked by fullback Mickey Masini who scored from the one yard linef The Bulldogs, however, held a decided edge, on the statistics chart, rolling up nine first downs against six and amassing yardage almost two to one. .LH ' STEBBINS 'Qu '5"1f ROBERTSON G. BROWN 137 From RO :TY MOLXCH, RU . PJ' Back Row' BE Fresno State's hoop squad, under Coach Hal Beatty, enjoyed its rnost successful sea- son since its entrance into the CCAA con- ference with eleven Wins and nine losses oyer a schedule of twenty games. The Bulldog hoopsters opened the season With great hopes, but a succession of one- 138 gE,5NU 'fsmi XA RTHUU- ELLA' BA R. G-E GEMANYS' D 1iLuNEu,. WWE RUN ' R, S W HEEREN. LAWLZXZON, HANSEN' ACKE point defeats in conference competition drop- ped' the Fresnans to the cellar Where they ended the season. The final standing of the Bulldogs in con- ference competition was four Wins and eight losses. Moucti t l t Q ACKEB The highlight of the season came in the team composed of Bob I-leeren and George final series when the Bulldogs rose up and Gemanis, torwardsg Burton Acker, centerg and trounced the champion San Diego Aztecs by Otto Runge and lim Molich, guards. Other the largest margin compiled by any one members Were: Delbert Bunyon, lack Han- CCAA team during the season, 59 to 30. sen, Howard Stillwell, Fenton Lawler, Harry The Bulldogs finished the season With a Bakken and Dan Della. 139 ,r , w HEEREN RUNGE HANSEN GEMANIS 1 .L 4. 4 W, f rc-?'fr?2f 4' X f N? KV r .zfKA7 , v , . f I sf' '.. , ., U", 'v" A fx 7151, 'fi-,f jam 'I , l 'I , Xu K F011 ffl? 9 A 'vii' ff -'tlw 5, tt' Ui ' 'f'f' 5fi'?'ii!!Hif: www, w -T tv tv.. if- wttfistftts it gflyikbx fgytiqgmtttt1v,t.tt.t,:f-wrt V Mila, Nut. 1:.',. . W ,, ,J M .. it t u wr-L .V-. f. Liv, gfgdaffj : - cv if ' Y -1-v-wee-q Back Row: SALWASSER, SCHMIDT, TI-IISSEN, HANCOCK, KELLEY, MORANDA, GOEHRING, DANIELS. Front Row: GARVER, MASINI, PIERINI, DERDERIAN, TROVATO, SEADLER, PIERSON. Hard hit by graduation and the draft, the Bulldog Spikemen nevertheless finished in third place, in the CCAA conference, Winning five games and dropping seven. The squad, under the guidance ot Coach A. P. "Pix" Pierson, Won its first four gamesg but the already abbreviated squad dwindled further as players dropped from school. After Winning games irorn the Cal Aggies and San Iose, the Bulldogs dropped their next seven out ot eight contests. They lost all tour games to San Diego, which Went on to Win the CCAA championship. 142 Heading the pitching department were Mervin Salwasser, who had never pitched previously, Chet Schmidt, and Martin Goeh- ring. All three hurlers played their first sea- son ior the Bulldogs. The players seeing action on the team this year Were: Salwasser, Schmidt, Goehring, Nornie Derderian, Leonard Masini, Ronald Thissen, lack Kelley, lim Molich, Dan Della, Anthony Trovato, Ted Moranda, Bill Robert- son, Angelo- Delecce, Adolph Pierini, Bill Han- cock, Ed Boney, and Dick Garver. - . 1-'I E-Lf., ' nr an an F? i'F71'f2f'l:' 2 u.-I ,.-- " , ,-,,. . s,V . M ,", TK I at - ,2- fd ,,,-' 3.35- 4 ga "Ei f 'fflfif' 12' 1-5' First Row: DAVIS, KEESLING, MADRID, SHROPSHIRE, MILLER, SHIELDS, HELVEY. Second Row: PETERSEN, BAKER, GAINES, ROSE, LAMOURE, FUTRELL, IACKSON, KNOLL. Third Row: CLIFFORD, DELLA, FLEMING, DORFMEIER, STUR- GEON, CALDWELL, CAZARES, HANNER. The 1942 track team was one of the best ever represented at Fresno State College. Led by Captain Bob Madrid, distance run- ner, the varsity was aided by freshmen, who are allowed to compete under a new ruling. The opening of the season found the squad going to San Francisco for the indoor track meet, where Madrid won the two mile and Lou Futrell the high hurdle third place. At the Long Beach Relays the medley relay team of Don Baker, loc Shorpshire, Madrid, and Cazares won over a host of fast rivals. In the meet with the powerful University of Southern California team, Fresno State scored a total of 391!g points. The Stanford varsity proved no match for the Bulldogs, losing by a 76 to 54 score. Art Cazares star- red in the meet with his record two mile, in 9:18.7. A combined team of Visalia lunior College and Beedley Iunior College lost to Fresno State by a 911f2 to 371f2 score, and Cazares also turned in one of the fastest two miles in the country in 9:12.1. Fresno State displayed power winning over San Diego State College, by 93 to 38 and Fresno State athletes took fifth at the P. A. A. meet in Berkeley, May 2, scoring 21V3 points. Cazares' tie of 9205.2 was offi- cially recognized as a new P. A. A. record. The Bulldogs lost the C. C. A. A. crown they have held for three years to San lose State College 85112 to 46, in San Diego. May 9. Madrid and Cazares eased to a new con- ference'record in the mile at 4:17.1. Three new school records were established and one was tied during the season. lean Lamoure broke the old standard in the shot put by half an inch with a heave of 48 feet, 11 inches, while Art Cazares registered a new mark of 9:O5.2 in the two mile. Louie Futrell tied the high hurdles mark of 14.5 seconds made by Charles Kaster. 145 BAKER KN OLL - '- '-'- '-' -v.- , Q - , ,"- .f...wx 9,2540 O 1 ' I 1 5,-I ' M KEESLING CAZARES 'J . R' .J l V' 1-, fi.1f1"+"?"'9f1I"' us-,0 v " ,Q 1 PETEHSEN f ' V 'A' Y, V 'Aff fb J Q W V sh lx ,gts , . ' T i , g - " '- - "f . Q ' GAINES HELVEY Q f was I1-Eg..'FT""',fv-': 1" LJFFTI-'fTl me -' Q. 8 -'1-b"A-7 , ..f"- . M. '..y 1, , t A la . I D AXE54' flv 1' X' ' i 'H I f I I 'il J H gn., .. .., f Q Q ' I "r 5 A Y - v . ,L-fy 1 -ihiiglf . 3.1 U x, Y ,,f.K,f,'4ZgVfE 4 . , V.: N I 5 , , ', W 1 W . -il,-. ' - A -. 5 if iw 1 Vf f IEW l E l fig , n f i ,gin V 'Q' f ' ' 'l ,Q I nv ' I ' V, , .. . mf: . ., --, ,-UM - Y fm-3. . 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'H ,515 ,S7',,: ,ww vi' S 'P' Q 'gd q.- 5 LF.: 1 l 1 .. K QKER Q Six., L :, - 55 is fi ' Q 1. f ls 21 -1 A' A 1 -' ,, 1 A. KS . ,hi 9, . . gmaw I ly! J ' A 1 . -f ' L .M . , rx Q' A. g W -7.11. 4 - , H h :if-5: 1- 1 -, ,V 2,44 -. qi , . 1-,.,..-,.. - -4-- X . . 'A . W'-kg V :J r iifliffflw -l ' 1' . x ' I , i -1 I n mf - 4 A . ,RNA - f ' .w f-4. 'g-.. -- - - 1 ' ' -:- 47, 9 1 .- 7 147 5 MA! ed? Only one world record was tied and none were broken at the sixteenth annual West Coast Relays in Ratcliffe stadium May l6. The University of Southern California won the intercollegiate track and field champion- ship for the eleventh time. The University of California's Hal Davis ran the lU0 yard dash in 9.4 to tie the exist- ing world record and break the previous relays record of 9.5. Davis also paced his team to two upset victories over the highly touted USC sprint relay teams. Southern California garnered 731f2 points to California's 49. Fresno State College, with 12112 points, placed fifth. No records were broken in the junior col- 148 lege competition. Led by foe Batiste, versa- tile negro star, Sacramento I. C. upset Comp- ton I. C. 46 to SZV3. Compton was seeking its fourth straight win in this division. Los Angeles City College took third place with 21 points. Bob Carlson of Roosevelt High pole vaulted l3 feet, l1f4 inches, and an Edison Tech "B" division medley relay team set a mark of 3:44.7 for two new high school Relays rec- ords, Carlson was judged the outstanding high school athlete at the Relays, and re- ceived a trophy. Bakersfield High won team honors for the eighth time in relays history with 24 points, followed by Roosevelt High with 19 points and Fresno High with l3. 'Y X X XX S X X XXX x Sz r' S ' W ,. r ., H'-' 'R ' 21, -,i.,,.A x , jg J- '-:Ji i"'f .i lxi N -1 'lzvvtf' N. 'V .L . 'Nw H'Q',fm'zh. ,- -, " ' ww 166. . , N H NHUHH 1 X W wWvy5Hum 2, ww, UA JI W ' mi N X Q? ','," '-,,w, , 57 X X mm,-j. H 5'--X - ' .J .-gg ' ,- Qej- , lv' 'k"'-QNX xx 'ly -x .,, ,.,, -rr --xl 5 Hx -A '4 l'WEV' A .. ,I Un. . . I 1 , "'ifE,ix 1' .. iw. A ' ':.--' AL-, h , -. Y ,tfrwbim It qi, Y 4 1-..,,,:.. , sch. V , ,, .35 E swf- . Q V'-Qi' jsllfei' rg.- , A -,W , P V E ia W NJN, Ig .,.- ' ' 5 P ,. ' N v , WEP n K, 1-Ll ,fd ,ff ,.' Y. .- ,"' vlml z iff ""' . PEE- 150 P,- A ' inor ,giaorffi X A + J w 9 Q " Q mi 4. W gg i vfjzifl . ik is V , X . gh Fx 1 QL! 5 Q, , , R, '?,I1?5,x Af .. L+., A . jre4AMah jooigaf X H, ' .X t ' ,ii X. ,farlilg . N X. Back rowp BEATTY, WEBB, CERIONI, BOLT, COBB, GIOMETTI, KRUSE, LAWTON, FISHER. Second row: ANDERSON, VIRGIN, BESSEY, SCHUKNECHT, RODMAN, STORM, BARR, FAHRNEY, NICHOLS. Front row: CARR, STAGNER, FUTRELL, GARNERO, DITTENBIR, KERSHAW, PIERINI, KELLEY. A brilliant array of backtield ma- terial greeted Coach Hal Beatty when he issued his call for Frosh gridders last fall. The Bullpups' proceeded to sweep through their four game schedule in sensational style, slaughtering a good Porterville I, C. team by a score of 64 to O. The Pups were then held to a scoreless tie by Visalia I. C., but they Won their last two remaining games with Reedley I. C. and Santa Rosa I. C. by scores of 26 to 6 and I3 to 7 respectively, to finish the season with three wins, no losses, and one tie. The main cogs in the Frosh attack were Lou Futrell, fullback, lack Kel- ley and Clinton Carr, haltbacksg and Adolph Pierini, quarterback. .-up nnnq- , Q, ,A Y , l"vf"l ITM.. Xu 1 - '-,R i". ' . i A - s 52 reakmlim Z?aaLgfLa! X , X KAN mix Back Row-FOREMAN, FOOS, KRAUS, CURTIS, KELLEY, SALWASSER, THISSEN, GRAHAM, HARBERT, LENIHAN, FUTRELL. Front Row-KOURAFAS, WALTERS, SLADE, PIERINI, ABO, SCOTT, WHEELER, OTOMO. Amassing a total of 536 points as against 452 for the opposition, the Fresno State Frosh cagers emerged from the l94l-42 season with a record of ll games won and five lost. The squad, under their new coach A. P. "Pix" Pierson, did not engage in any post season games because of the prevailing war conditions. Among the teams defeated by the Frosh were Visalia Iunior College, Fresno Tech- nical High School, Reedley Iunior College, Edison Technical High School, Fowler High School, Fresno High School, California Aggies, Selma High School, Madera High School, the local YMCA, and Sanger High School. The highlight of the season came when the Bullpups decisively defeated the Fteedley Iunior College, who went on to become one of the greatest teams in IC ranks. The end of the season saw Pierson using a squad composed of lack Kelley and Lou Futrell, guards, Mervin Salwasser, center, and Loren Curtis and Martin Walters, for- wards. , The team was greatly weakened in mid- season when Adolph Pierini dropped out of the playing ranks. 153 l"CLC . i 33- Sh W ' t I if-H+, 2 1 . l 4 A l j I l 'Ha e -fig ,ll FUTRELL .. L IACKSON ' ' fl' " I RSA X J Jr, . l 1 . I X "' 1. 'v----QQ. N A-i 'I .. The Freshmen rack 23552225 team, which consisted f in , MILLER I ' . 1 of Frosh track hopes in f .-- it 5 .V DAVIS former years, was dis- DORFMEIER banded this year as a KERSHAW result of the new CCAA ruling allowing Fresh- men to play on Varsity teams. Freshmen who aided the Varsity considerably were joe Shropshire, 440 and 880, Lou Fu trell, high and low hurdles, Mike Kershaw, dashes, Ed Sturgeon, discus, Al jackson, sprints Orvin Miller, sprints and broad jump, Spencer Knoll, pole vault, Al Krumbein, high jump Henry Caldwell, high jump, Bill Davis, mile and two mile, and Ed Rose, discus. 154 I , Fifi. Y rf. . X , h' Y V . , l v v 3 ' 5'---in 'v + Od' 1-71? JF r Hi'- " v Q , 4 v , .. " 'w . ""- . ' - , . , 'T vw- lf' '9 . 7-TLTJ3 .. Tvs, , , i -Xa-, . Y Y v k . f- s '1'w.,Y.,V - . . .. wk! .L 'A S- R., 4 , Y'4'. -- . - H-Ill -..rR-,a,tvln1t . - , A, LVN.. l'vi, ' ' ""---...L 'fffwf ,,,T'x-f,2P'1r-'a,gj" v. 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HY"-""'+'----s..., , -- -"sw -- l if Although there Was no official tennis team this year because ot the lack of eligible material, a number of Fresno State's men tennis stars took part in several large tournaments to Win honors. Among these were Kenneth McCarthy, Alison Steward, George Peterson and Dean St. Iohn. 155 Brisk competition was a feature ot intra- mural tournaments conducted by l-lal Beatty, intramural athletic director. Winner in the various tourneys were: Track: the Freshmen Class paced by loe Shropshire with firsts in the mile and 880 yard run, and Louie Futrell with wins in both hurdle events. Sophomores Larry Knoll and lean Lamoure were double winners in the dashes and weight events, respectively. Basketball, the Frosh Class team composed of lim Wheeler, Adolph Pierini, lack Kelley, Bd Dittenbir, Donald Kraus, and Loren Curtis. Minor tourney winners were: I-lorseshoes singles, Bex Schroeder, horseshoes doubles, lack Fellows and Bex Schroeder, handball singles, Dale Daniels, handball doubles, Dale 156 Daniels and Marvin Martin, badminton singles, Larry Elrod. Archery, Iames Bell, clout shoot, Lee Yoder, Iunior American Bound, Larry Eckland, Sen- ior American Bound, lack Thompson, Boving Bound. lim Mulligan, veteran boxer, retained his heavyweight crown in the all-college tour- ney. Other winners were Kong Go, Arthur Kircher, Abram Goldman, Malcolm Shields, Bichard Davis, Norman Stebbins, and lack Lawton. lim Plaugher dominated the swimming tourney with iirsts in the 100 yard tree style, 100 yard back stroke and the l00 yard breast stroke. Other winners were Ierry Patterson, Gordon Gregory, George Fleming, Bobert Clark, and Thornton Weymouth. 157 Yam.. ,,.f'1ws- F l . 'gl' -3-,, ,le s X ff-A.. ,mi , , . 1 - .wi V .. ,. .. in fa my '- ' ull. 'X'-. Mu Mu li "' ll, Milli " twl"u "ww !"'v.t "limi ll vu.. te.. J. H Ju. H H tilt", illutlZlugV"Js.tll.1tltt.llflllWlL f ' 1 l'w1ll""f'xfl1tl'l'. my K P y, loaf 5 illl'lllllit'wsu ser A,f"t. . di I e f ',-' fs. X A ' -if 'Snag x "4 P. E. ,DEPARTMENT Many students tail to realize the distinction between The Womens Physical Educational Department and the Womens Athletic Asso- ciation. The P. E. department gives only re- quired courses necessary for graduation and credentials, While the WAA provides for par- ticipation of all college Women in individual and team sports apart from the P. E. Depart- ment. XX XX ,K WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Women's Athletic Association serves as an outlet for the excess energy of sports minded Fresno State College women. Organized by women students for the purpose of developing an interest in physical activities, the sports sponsored by the Women's Athletic Association are open to all women students, and in addition, several co-educational activities are offered. ' Tournaments are held by the Asso- ciation during the fall and spring semesters, including volleyball, ten- nis singles, ping-pong singles, hoc- key, badminton, basketball, golf and baseball. In addition to these team sports, the association sponsors fun- fests, ice and roller skating parties, bicycle trips, and horseback rides. Membership tothe I Women's Athletic Asso- A ciation is open to women students who have par- ticipated in one WAA sport. Awards for parti-- cipation in four, eight, or twelve sports, are nu- merals, the bulldog, and the block F, respectively. These awards are given at the bi-annual Sports Spreads. Fw N - Nyc, ,- N 5,1055 - v "5. faygavwg- , ' Qailc, W x . y X ,IK omfgnk X 3, or-fa - ax ' ' 'EX . , f' 'ff"f3, 1 -2 -1 rg 1, N QQ 151:57 l 324.3 P . . , ' 551-5 M -. ,J ' 5 3-5-x 1 .r 4.4 ,-. 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After two months of concentrated ettort, Orchesis presented its annual dance con- cert in the college auditorium on May 21. ' Dorothy Bees is president of the group and members are Bonnie Wortman, Elenore Dol- lar, Patty St. lohn, Patricia Nutt, Inez Nagai, Vivian Bundle, Becky Conrad, Barbara Scott, Betty lean Taylor, Mary lo Schmid, Betty lean Oyster, Marguerite West, Marilyn Lar- sen, Bleanore Torres, and Ellen Martin. .415 - . 161 NE . .'v-- ,.. . nf 5- '34 ,.,, . -f..i nv 41' an , ,.,.L M 1 -- I 55,5414 'sg 5 '.4,4A, X N, 34.4 I 431: 4 1 ' 4 4 4 '-.5'C'if' J' ,- - , .."-!,,f.. ' - -.4 ,:.--2-1 -- J 4. 1 ,141 'ffl-i:'fh , 3-L., , 4' :Lg 5- ygfffg -' A 1 Q x an 1 -vzn.,Q41,LH2x,,1 , ff -.f .ff I x, . . .. ., V' JI A- ' . " V .1 ."'17X.-412' P 'f'1,T lfnjf' nhl' ' ' A -"K 4 ' v1.Y-'r-Ew:4::- ' f5ILHQi3f:13AvfL:'2i?gL,?Q7f 2 '5" ' 'I 5-I '11-iz-I 4,--.11 ' 'Q f ' ' wif...4-e1.xi4rJ4dmg...w 411:14 " "55?"'Fi x 5,3.EfQq'-,.::E rf.. 'IGH' .-4121? 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' ,,,.5M x ':-,. ....4.1'-'. 4.'.1f,"g.':-7-11,1 ,. 4 g.- A A N 5 .- 3Q!3M.44..,. .4 A K. : A " -'. ,.,.,,1.'m'ilv lf, 4. - nf . . . -' ve -.ky - . Midi- . -12.1434 YY - 1 ,A 4 -.-4-,-,:,.5.r-7,4-J','.4 .. .' --4 w--,,-If .ff 4 1Q:i'z1:,::-J ..- A ' "Y'r'.-U: 154+ .L V, - M 4 , , -4' f 4 fx 1 . si '3 . R X11 'K . S, 4 .Q 1? Q . ' 4 '1 , - ., 2 W, f n x ' M 1 v 8 .fl X T r x I V A I x 5 5 . i I G 4 l I 1 Lf v y 1 we n -ii 1 I 1 I ' ...5-ff 41,4 -ir F ,. ' f ul Ai, Olfl Ol' NS es! , 1-,, . 'm- K' Yau E, gr X la sw Q f HONOR SCHOLARSHIP FRATERNITY SPONSORS Dr. W. E. St. lohn Mrs. Martha H. Peterson Dr. W. M. Tucker O F F I C E R S Fall, 1941 BAHUMES Eileen Dunnegan - - - - President Ernest Curtis ---- Vice-President BERBERIAN Spring. 1942 Sidney Wells ----- President Katherine Yenger - - - Vice-President q M E M B E RS BUTLER - SENIORS 'E Lucille Bahurnes Ernest Curtis CURTIS V Karl Buckman Mildred Dewing HARE Mabel Cardoza WELLS QUNNEGBN 5 QF. S- 5 .ry Eileen Dunnegan George Hare Nina Krunchian Paul Moranda Frances Nielsen Phyllis Olson Mary Lu Payne Helen Peterson Queene Shahzade Elizabeth Simmons Mary Starns Catherine Tinklin Sidney Wells Katherine Yenger IUNIORS David Barron Theda Birnbaum Helen lean Butler Oren Lee Christensen Abram Goldman Mary Ianjigian Victoria ling Thelma Iokumsen Stanton Levy Yoshiharu Matsumoto lames Parsons Frank Puckett Leo Souza Pauline Stokes Eva Wallace Frances Watkins Maybelle Webster MORANDA N IELSEN OLSON OWENSBY PARSONS PAYNE PETERSON SOUZA STARNS TINKLIN WALLACE YENGER ST. IOHN PETERSON :I vu 4 ffl" ' .Y 4 H 5 1 . ,V.- ,"'- ,.r . 'A' L 1 3 6 ' V91 p f 1 an Q- ' Q --1' . Ch' q ' K ' 4 . A 1 U 1 A -if Q , my V A 'if . '-1 1 "-ifii 1 i x 'P rv ' Us V L' A i y 0 'fa lj'-U' 1l' 5 , 71:91. r KJ CORNELL 1 .ani- al J' ' 1 WOMEN'S HONOR FRATERNITY S P Dean OF Hazel Gonser Dorothy Long O N S O R Mary Baker FICERS Fall, 1941 - - - President - Vice-President Spring, 1942 Bonnie Felix - - Virginia Hess - - - - President - - - Vice-President MEMBERS SENIORS Anna Marie Curran Mildred Dewing Bonnie Felix Hazel Gonser Beverly Cornell Mary Lou Henningsen Virginia Hess Mary Ianiigian CURRAN DEWING HENNINGSEN ' Hisss A IANIIGIAN KAPRIELIAN W A Lowe 1 MARTIN 'ln' it 1 1 OLSON PAYNE REES SIMMONS YENGER ..-J Armorel Kaprielian Dorothy Long Elizabeth Simmons Katherine Yenger IUNIORS Ellen Martin Betty Olson Mary Lu Payne Dorothy Rees FELIX r GONSEH rv 4 Q". X Y , . CLIFFORD NATIONAL MEN'S HONORARY SERVICE FRATERNITY S P O N S O R S Dr. Frank W. Thomas Dr. E. V. Tenney Dr. M. P. Briggs Earl H. Wight GOODER . n gk. Donald Nelson . bt OFFICERS Robert Smale - - - - President . if r ' Robert Tienken ---- Vice-President Spring. 1942 HANSEN Bruce Morris ---- - President ,gg A Robert Heeren ---- Vice-President HEEREN '. if 4 MEMBERS ' A HoNonAnY Frank A. Hornan Gilbert Iertberg ' SENIORS l Kenneth Cliiford Iarnes Ford Glenn Gooder lack Hansen Donald Iarnagin Robert Heeren Stanton Levy Theodore Moranda MORRIS Evan McPherson Bruce Morris Robert Smale Robert Tienken IUNIORS - Robert Richert Mark Tibbs IARNAGIN LEVY McPHERSON MORANDA OWEN SBY PISTON RICHERT TIBBS TURNBULL R ii BECK fx f f HP' A CAMY CONNER CUNNINGHAM 'si ,, EDGAR FINDERUP L u ' " a lx' 5 , ' ' if Q ' R 1' -My t tc: tai A X' . 1" 1? Y , Q . 4. , wisp'- - r 'F 'Z' UU , fn 5 .. T -QT 'Ahk ' "" ' 1 SOPHOMORE SERVICE SOCIETY S P O N S O R S Virginia Iohnson Elizabeth Simmons, A.W.S. President O F F I C E R S Fall. 1941 Dorothy Iansen - - - - President Vida Chucovich - - Vice-President Spring, 1942 Virgina Sager - - - President Patty Pickford Vice-Presidert M E M B E R S Dorothy Beck Elaine Camy Vida Chucovich Lorelle Conner Phyllis Edgar Evelyn Finderup Doris Cunningham Margaret Harbers Ruth Haugen Dorothy lansen Margaret lorgensen Betty Markowitz HARBERS HAUGEN l Ol-INSON IORGENSEN MARKOWITZ MARTIN MCGEE MYERS OKAWARA PARRET PICKF ORD QUIGLEY RUSS ROTH TURCK WOLF Marian Martin Almo Myers Thelma McGee Enid Okawara Mildred Parret Patty Pickford Gail Quigley lane Ross Maxine Roth Virginia Sager Sara lane Turck Cora Woll HONORARY COMMERCE FRATERNITY Don Iarnagin Victor Storli - Richard Wilson Victor Storli - William Briscoe Tom Davis Elson Gaebe Howard Hansen Herless Hein Robert Howell Gordon Cowan George Helvey Roloeri Irvin Shigeki Mochizuki Robert Myers XNWSON i ABN AGN S P O N S O R Victor E. Storli OFFICERS Fall. 1941 spring, 1942 M E M B E R S SENIORS - President Vice-President - President Vice-President Don Iarnagin Alex Sanada Alan Turnbull Sidney Wells Richard Wilson IUNIORS Ed Owensby Louis Palsgaard William Sanderson Leo Souza MOCHIZUKI MYERS OWENSBY GAEBE HEIN HELVEY HOWELL COWAN l SANADA SANDERSON SOUZA STORLI TURNBULL WELLS 'H nv- . r , 4-'Ji' 4 nn V s 1 -vu F ,f -19 'S' W 1. BRAUN STRONG ANDERSON COYNER I 1' , ,va '1 HONORARY AGRICULTURAL FRATERNITY S P O N S O R S Winston Strong I. W. Masten O. M. Braun Dr. G. W. Graves O F F I C E R S Earl Yocum ------ ' President Bill Larsen ----- Vice-President M E M B E R S SENIORS Paul Melikian Carl Overgaarcl IUNIORS Earl Yocum William Smith Richard Coyne-r SOPHOMORES William Larsen Howard Christmas Iohn Gebhart FRESHMEN Peter Anderson Iohn Otomo Charles Ashley Ed Rose Harry Larsen Alvin Sipe GEBHART H. LARSEN W. LARSEN SMITH MELIKIAN OTOMO - YOCUM ROSE SIPE STARKS NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL CHEMISTRY FRATERNITY. BETA CHAPTER SPONSORS Dr. Robert DuBois I-l. I. King O F F I C E R S Fall, 1941 Kenneth Neel - - l - - President Robert Ferrel - - - Vice-President ' Spring, 1942 Robert Ferrel ----- President William McVey ---- Vice-President M E M B E R S SENIORS Arthur Campbell Paul Moranda Robert Ferrel Kenneth Neel George Hare IUNIORS Leland Atkins Max Millar Robert I-'oos William McVey William Main , Andrew Van Tuyl SOPHOMORES Gerald Carlson David Iackson Harvey Ioe Crosby Robert Scott William Hebert NRRL YERREL HEBERT MCVEY MORANDA 6 SCOTT wo' VAN TUYL 'QE ATKINS CAMPBELL CARLSON CROSBY FOOS HARE 5' W , BAHUMES i I A BIRNBAUM t S- 4, -x BUTLER COX 17 v '1 DEES N -UH' . ' f, fir' ft f 1 fly, -it "" -P ,Q 4' K mtv- l. ' ' '- N vs! I "M T I NATIONAL EDUCATION HONOR SOCIETY , Gamma Psi Chapter COUNCILOR Dr. Albert R. Lang O F F I C E R S Mildred Dewing ----- President Clare Griffeath - Vice-President M E M B E R S SENIORS Lucille Bahumes loe Cox Mildred Dewing Eileen Dunnegan Bonnie Felix Katherine Folmar Glenn Gooder Clare Grifteath Margaret Henson Mary Ianjigian DUNNEGAN FELIX POLMAR GOODER HENSON gl 1 IANIIGIAN . IORGENSEN V KAPRIELIAN ' LEFEVER MACHIDA fl - MCCALLISTER F., OLSON O' PARICHAN ' O E. PETERSEN l H. PETERSON 1- PIPES' I V POST A is , i f PRIEST ' ,s PYOTT SMITH H -1 STARNS 'LTI' . STONE iff: V THOMPSON YENGER Ruth Iorgensen Armorel Kaprielian Nina Krunchian Mary Lefever Dorothy Long Mary Machida Ieannette McCalliSter Enid Mills Ellen O'ConnOr Phyllis Olson Alice Parichan Eleanor Petersen Helen Peterson Eloise Pipes Dick Post Ieanne Priest Virginia Smith Gwendolyn Thompson Elias Wiebe IUNIORS Theda Birnbaum Helen lean Butler Elsa Curtis Naomi Dees Grant Erickson Thelma Iokumsen Ellen Martin lack Putnam Ruth Pyott Mary Starns Pauline Stokes Eva Wallace Frances Watkins DEWING SPONSORS Nell Hamilton Floy Lewis O F F I C E R S Margaret Iarnes ----- President Phyllis Reiss - - - Vice-Presideni M E M B E R S SENIORS Phyllis Reiss Zabelle Kiramidjian Pauline Cowan Evelyn Nutwell Mary Machida Margaret Said Margaret Iames IAMES IUNIORS Pauline Campbell Doris Ellena Elaine Appling Una Koch Iacqueline Melchior Frances Smith MACHIDA MCCALLISTER MELCHIOR NUTWELL N ROTH 1 Qi SAID WARREN KIRAMIDIIAN KOCH F I , fs 5 ' r IOHN' 5 . AA r- " 'E S, ' i -ng. A J l gl.. ,xg p.. BUTLER CAMP COOK DILL ' I C , G ANDERSON I I- 1 BEAL 1 i - A BRAASE ' ' ":.,.f-- +4 V f 9 V W W .D r '. , xl ' . "I 'G P 1 A vw Jf- I l .1 " A 1' " 's LQ? AA l A, I ' I-1. - - ,X I f -I . I X -'J 1 1 qi H '-fd ' 1 . f Iv- I . ,gy Xl ffl 'I' .tt Elf Ng' -If Q " 377' ' W , 'af I if 'u I Q I WOMEN'S SOCIAL ORGANIZATION SPONSORS Mrs. Helen Rohrer Mary Baker Mrs. Henry Berg Mrs. Muriel Veith Emily Cost Mrs. Glenna Wright OFFICERS I-lazel Gonser ----- President Mary Lu Payne ---- Vice-President M E M B E R S SENIORS Lorraine Camp Iackie Melchior Mildred Dewin Enid Mills Q Gertrude lohn Armorel Kaprielian Mildred Landers Virginnia McGill Iohanna Anderson Io Nell Beal Helen lean Butler Mabel Cook Elizabeth Dill Vernal Falls Mary Ianjigian Eunice Klyver Eileen Braase Virginia Fries Bette Iarvis Margaret Iorgensen Kathlyn Martin Kathryn Moore Ida Mae Morris Evelyn Nutwell Zola Ray Pendergrass Glenna Ruth Pipe Katherine Yenger IUNIORS S Katherine Lubisich Marvel Larson Letha Martin Emmy Lou Sinclair Betty Thompson Verna Townsend Eva Wallace lane Walton SOPHOMORES Betty lean Oyster Eloise Pipes Ioyce Richardson Betty Rudolph Marie Williams Lyn Gaines I-'RESHMEN EMMENEGGER Dorothy Emmenegger 1 FALLS ESSZETS ILT ng FROWSING Marcilaciipes - GAINES 22212123 PZEIZZW HUMPHREYS Barbara Schwartz Carrel Smith IANIIGIAN IOHN IORGENSEN KIRAMIDIIAN KEZIRIAN KLYVER LUBISICH MARTIN I il MCCLURG . 'Z MCGILL I MELOHIOR METCALP I MOORE MORRIS - PARTEE' GQNSER I If- , - PAYNE , I .af-.f I PENDERGRASS 'R , PIMENTEL T " . I E. PIPES 'E A - C.. PIPES ' M. PIPES X I- I RICHARDSON , '-...:. i tn, ,, RUDOLPH N SCHWARTZ - ,,,.,, I A " ' TOWNSEND WALLACE WILLIAMS M yy Y PRE-MEDICAL HONORARY FRATERNITY 3 S P O N S O R S Dr. larnes P. Burkholder Henry I. King' Dr. Earl I-l. Coleman Lee Clark O F F I C E R S Fall, 1941 Iames Rohn - - - ' - President Iohn Kaupke - - Vice-President Spring, 1942 lack Gates ---- - President Stanley Steinberg - - - Vice-President M E M B 'E R S SENIOHS lack Gates George Iones Iohn Kaupke Don Matthews Harold Rakoczy Iames Rohn Marvin Schwartz IUNIORS Victoria ling Shirley Peterson Neil Medefind Kenneth Winkler SOPHOMORES Randolph Cockrell Iames Sargent Iohn Mclierren larnes Sowers Ken Reuter Paul Yoder Charles Rogers FRESHMEN QR less Hornbeak RO T55 Stanley Steinberg Iames Hollister ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Harold Arase Souren Asadoorian lohn Bristow Iune Chong Nadine Diel Chet Dietler Harper Dott, Ir. Warren Fong Arthur ling Marybelle Lewis Frank Nishio Edward Ohanian Bob Rohn Iames Ruby Marilyn Sawyers Frank Wong OHANIAN ROGERS RUDORF SARGENT SCHWARTZ SOWERS STEINBERG WONG HUTCHINGS A IING V l ING DIEL HOLLISTER COCKRELL l ONES KAUPKE KOF OID '5- ANDREW NATIONAL COEDUCATIONAL I OURNALISTIC FRATERNITY SPONSORS Dr. Paul V. Sheehan Miss Eugenia Rowland HONOR ARY MEMBERS Dr. Frank W. Thomas Dr. Hubert Phillips O FFICERS lack Hansen ------ President Lorraine Andrew - - Vice-President MEMBERS Clem Clark Ken Clifford Anna Marie Curran Nila Davis SENIORS lack Hansen Herless Hein Iean Kautenberg Ed Piston CLARK IUNIORS CLIFFORD V Q CUHRAN 2' 1 I B. DAVIS Q N. DAVIS 2 KAUTENBERG E o'HARA l Q PELOYAN v I I g P1sToN V l c RICHERT , SCOTT Lorraine Andrew Barbara Davis Ernest Anderson Sarkis Peloyan Bob Richert SOPHOMORES Peggy O'Hara Margaret Iorgensen Gordon Scott Marian Martin HANSEN A D V I S O R Katherine Doyle OFFICERS Mildred McDonald ---- President Dulcie Sharp - Vice-President B O A R D M E M B E R S Katherine Andreis Barbara Davis Catherine Tetstall Roxie Ehikian HEADS OF SPORTS Lorraine Andrew Betty Taylor Alice Wilson Margaret Iorgensen Doris Devine Frances Mahowald Frances Bell Mildred Parret Lucille Owensby Elizabeth Dill MCDONALD "fa, Eva Wallace Margaret Terzian Phyllis Farris Gwendolyn Thompson Dorothy Condley Betty Iean Turner Mari Masi Arline Foos Naomi Dees EHIKIAN FARRIS IORGENSEN MAHOWALD MASI OWENSBY PARRET BUNDLE SHARP TAYLOR TERZIAN THOMPSON WALLACE WILSON YENGER DEVINE ANDREW BELL , .-fy , 1 1 3. Jr I 1 1 L 2 A 4 W DILL s as 1 A-A 'I F 4 Y ' H -+- xax . 10 7' 't ,gd- FISHER GOERGIZIAN KASAI LONDGREEN PISTON REES ST. IOHN WATERS WEBB SPONSORS Miss Alexandra Bradshaw Mrs. Ella Odorfer Miss lane Gale Iohn Ed Herbert OFFICERS Floyd Hyde - - - - President Pearse Curran - Vice-President Spring, 1942 Pearse Curran - - - - President Dorothy Rees Vice-President MEMBERS Ed Piston Ioy Waters Dorothy Rees Grace Goergizian Patty St. Iohn Pearl Londgreen SOPHOMORES Barbara Webb Helen Griffith CURRAN 179 SPONSORS BOLT Iarnes Bradshaw Earl Wight Stanley Borleske I. Flint Hanner Harold Beatty Myron Anderson O F F I C E R S Fall. 1941 George Kastner - - - - President Dan Conrow ----- Vice-President Spring. 1942 Arthur Cazares ----- President Robert Heeren ---- Vice-President BURGESS M E M B E R S SENIORS Burton Acker Edward Lawton Dan Conrow Bob Madrid Alva Collier James Molich Gordon Gregory Dan Petersen Vernon Humphrey Dean St. Iohn Lloyd Keesling Sherrill Van Landingham IUNIORS Arthur Cazares Otto Runge George Gernanis Malcolm Shields 1, Bob Heeren y " SOPHOMORES COLLIER S 1, Don Bolt Leonard Masini " 4, ,'V, J' Ed Flynn Ken McCarthy GREGORY """x ,St lean Lamoure iv .Q PXDBXD no ,Q Xd1x1P3ES HEEREN KEESLING MCCARTHY PETERSEN RUNGE ST. IOHN -jf SHIELDS to zlz . .Z t 180 ' SPONSORS Carlos Rojas Dr. Guy Colburn O F F I C E R S Fall, 1941 Queene Shahzade - - - President Raymond Howard - - - Vice-President Spring, 1942 Harry Allison ----- President Phyllis Miles - Vice-President M E M B E R S SENIORS Mabel Cardoza Leo Nieto Raymond Howard Frances Nielsen Queene Shahzade Douglas Weinkauf IUNIORS Arthur Cazares Prank Snyder , Robert Enochian Nadine Speed BEAT.. Louis Michner Paul Whealen I Bob Madrid Bob Wilson Elvira Patino Martin Zarin X' Vivian Rundle SOPHOMORES Harry Allison Phyllis Miles Morris Cecil lack Papazian Iosephine Giaccome Barbara Sunier BREWER Paul Kinzel Eleanor Torres FRESHMEN . ,Q CECIL Merilyn Brewer Anila Rogers A Connie Edwards lgette Sanderson M Marilyn Hanner aiherine Segal : CO1-BURN Mickey Lindsey Marjorie Sorensen ' Elinore Matthews Rosemary Stahl Betty Ochinero ' . EDWARDS an I ' n ENOCHIAN 9 9 l 1 29, GIACCOME l ,,,, fu! y if' HANNER af' HZAD r M ALLISONE ' Q LINDSEY A 1 I S 4 f , MADRID X 1 ag! I ' -A V ,, . . H, 61 ' A MANPREDO K 1 V , MATTHEWS ' ' A 1 . P ' MILES A If 'ii V Tull ox xx! V-ij 1 Y'-' L, I Y fi "P , . A " -, ' ' NIELSEN ' ' ' l i , . , , 1 , , 1 , OCHINERO W 'B ai' mv in - ,gf ' ' A ROIAS V 14 4 ' 12' RUNDLE - L. I 1 SEGAL A ' of .1 ' SANDERSON 'Y 5' V SPEED ' SUNIER - 1 i ToRREs - 1 , V WEINKAUF ,,,s 1 A A H .'..l. 181 N. . 0 , ANDERSON ' - if f ' ' CL 8 K I YENCER QHC Glad WIERE t 10' ' I' i WARREN X ajft- I 4 ' WALLACE ' P s P o N s o R TELKAMP A14 Miss Marjorie Brewster SANDRINI gt ' 1' . .I ! OFFICERS SAID u-A N' v' X Bruce Morris - - President ROTH I , . '- 5 PRIEST Lf ' 1 I Margaret Said - - - Vice-President PRATHER , H I Y ,. Eleanor Peterson - - Second Vice-President E A Hazel Gonser - - Secretary I . POST I - Dorothy Smith - Treasurer PLAUGHER ,gg - A A PIPES I , V I PIMENTEL V I , PETERSON I L ' I , L .ILE I V ' PERRY 'Rfk PENDERGRASS N I , tx: ' PAULSON P f -, T- A OLSON A in ,9 ,, M MILLS C Q I C, ' MERCER , . -I ,, 3,, ,, f I Ak it MELCHIOR - , ' MCMANUS MCCALLISTER I- 4: -+ , .Q MATHEWSON I , - F MACHIDA I :af , j MCCLAIN f -,-A I .. LURISICH - , -55. p V A LoNDCREEN ,. I X KLEIN , IARNACIN ,T X e- 1, , HELGHATIAN way. A A Y , W . . M HARVEY I I I ' , ,. HANNEMAN - 'I' N J I ' V HALL I .-4 A I , MoRRIS t A W Q' HAGOPIAN 'C I f' 'I CCNSER - '- . , DUNNEGAN , A I ,S I ' , 5, m DIEL . H ' I I - I jr CURTIS bl . I I Cox If I .I I . CHISM X ' x fly ' Q CASSELL I I - CAPELLI I - I I BERMINGHAM +R 4 ' 4- -fs 9 '-I f BEDOIAN R- tg- , "::' ' r ' BARSOOM A A gs .I f ., I BAKER A . r I I Q BAHUMES Xt CHAN CHINN CHONG un-:ij ..l Q F , " I7 'P' ' R. 2' i Q ' 4. X, '- ' A '7 v "1 . 'M N - 1- Q if, 1 f , '17 - :aff l ""' We . I ...,- It Q Q M3111 x .' J S P O N S O R Dr. Kenneth Potter O F F I C E R S Earl Wong ------ President Ada Lum Vice-President M E M B E R S SENIORS Eunice ling IUNIORS Wesley Chow Caroline ling Alice ling Victoria ling SOPHOMORES Kong Go Ada Lum loe Gong Walter Lum Doris Haw Earl Wong Edward Hee Geraldine Woo FRESHMEN Ann Chan Betty Lum DOTT FONG HAW A. IING E. IING V. IING KO D. LEE O. LEE A. LUM B, LUM C. LUM V. LUM POY F. WONG WOO Irene Chinn Anita Chong Harper Dott, lr. Warren Fong Arthur ling Shirley Ko Dick Lee Oak Lee Charles Lum, lr. Vivian Lum George Mar Alice Poy Harold Sam Frank Wong, lr. loseph Woo, lr. E. WONG Leo Souza - Herbert Lion - Don Iarnagin Margaret Terzian MIKESELL DONLEAVEY .sq I ' ' ANDERSON S P O N S O R W. B. Mikesell Fall, 1941 -V! - - - President BRAASE W - - - Vice-President Spring. 1942 - - - - - President y - - - - Vice-President CASSINEU-I 1 MEMBERS COWAN M " SENIORS Pauline Bertram Tom Letizio R Gordon Gregory Alex Sanada t Herless Hein Sidney Wells Vernon Humphrey Dick Wilson FREEMAN - Don Iarnagin GAINES 1 A IUNIORS GREGORY G- ,'.. 1 3, Gordon Cowan Ellen Smith HABIB 5. ' "" Angel Khushigian Barbara Snyder V A Robert Myers Nadine Speed W Vivian Bundle Earl Yocum Leo Souza HAYCRAFT I B SOPPLOIZIIORESH f HUMPHREY yin I V, , X Eileen raase at erine aycrat W W , ' X ' Bill DonleaveY Herbert Lion KENNELLY ' -"' L 'J ' ' ' Arlene Foos Mya? Mail? LETIZIO V ' ' r -e L Gaines e ma orris ' X 1 f X yn Dorothy Pierson LION , X 4, U-Lp, Mildred Pike ' '50 YS Ioyce Richardson MASI . , A-BQIXG Kenneth Springston l Margaret Terzian MANFREDO 5, , ' W 6 .4 ' FRESHMEN MEKHAN -gf 1- 1' A, A 1 Betty Anderson MORRIS : Doris Avakian MYERS ' Wynton Baley . Ruben Bitter , Gloria Cassinelli PEDRONCELLI ' Wanda Collier A Esther Crimmel PIERSON , if r V La Verne Freeman PIKE ' V., . - Olga Gjurisich POTTER f" Mary Iane Kennelly 113, jf? i fn Milena Kurtovich RICHARDSON ' fs. I Alvera Manfredo 1 :ff Mitchell Mekiian Flora Pedroncelli RUNDLE , ' Iane Potter SANADA 5 Barbara Potter -' ' ' ,N 'F - Alice Poy 'Ev ' EV Ruby Sanoian AVAKIAN "" Bert Sharwood A' 1 f G Ed Smith E. SMITH ' l Q' Grace Smith Marjorie Sorensen V - Helen Tripcevich Gt SMITH - 1 A 1 Marjolane Tweed TERZIAN ,A L ' Betty Wilson ' 1' 'X ' Yvonne Wills WELLS ft l., y A Lee Yoder WILLS A , , ' 1 ' RL' YOGUM 'qt' ' U V ' N B t,,, . . " 184 sf ' 2 . Wx. t , OFFICERS 7 0l'l'L2lfl6 Fall, 1941 BAILEY COLLIER GILLILAND HOUSLEY S Sue Henderson - - - - President Clare Weymouth - Vice-President Spring, 1942 Beverly Bradshaw - - - President Clare Weymouth - Vice-President MEMBERS lane Robinson Beverely Bradshaw Helen Housley Stella Papac Dorothy Hutchinson Wanda Collier Bethine Gilliland Eleanore Miller Mary O'Shea Betty Pearson Burdeen Weaver HOWARD HOWISON HUTCHINSON KANAGAWA KO X , ,.. 4. 0 l 1 3 KUHLITZ r - MILLER MOULTHROP O'SHEA PAPAC PEARSON W K , D' l h f 1 F F- 36 PUGH ROBINSON 9 TURCK WEAVER IS' WEYMOUTH WEBSTER 2 A , L W " A- 1 WEBB 'E , Wa vw 11 iv , I' r Bonnie Howison Winifred Webb Rachel Bailey Beverly Kuhlitz Maryly Webster Barbara Moulthrop Bette Atwood Akimi Uyeoka Shirley Ko Pat Schilling .- 185 U. fi! ' BENNETT 3 'ff' ' S P O N S 0 R Verne Delaney BLOFIELD fa cc orrrcsns -zz P SNYDEYIX Fall, 1941 spring. 1942 'S SOUP Frank Snyder - - - President Leo Souza ---- President y Bob Bennett - - Vice-President Paul Kinzel - - Vice-President M E M B E R s CH-ENEY P M W U ' GRADUATES 1 Pg! hiya? 'Lf' Louis Tomori I 17,57 , " I, JY - " I Y- Arthur Smith l H Q " 'J . ssmons " A v 5 Orange Critchiield - f IUNIORS A 1 Leslie Bidgekgouza Frank Snyder Theodore Dglggigeii Cheney EDWARDS . ' 3 fp ,l, g , ' ' sopuoxvionss KINZEL ' 'Q' 1 A Bob Bennett Paul Kinzel ' 1 - l ' , 'S U Logan Edwards Knox Larue YEARIN -' ' 'W 'J .ij rmssi-IMEN ' A f""" - 3 Arthur Yearin MQ Lgmcc au e Cl, ANDREW Q P if N National Honorary English Fraternity W ' , ' SPONSORS X Dr. W. E. St. lohn Dr. Gertrude Billard Frances Wilson ' I BILLARD 1 - 5, "1 OFFICERS DAVIS 1' , I 'A 1 'fri , Fall, 1941 - Spring, 1942 '. Wilson Wright - President Nila Davis - - President " Nila Davis - Vice-President larnes Parsons Vice-President MEMBERS me V ESTILL f A " snmons f .i y Anna Marie Curran Virginia Hess GAINES ,MEAQ Nila Davis Iean Kcrutenberg HESS ""' W' T ,wr 1. WRQQFQN Iumons t . CU Lorraine Andrew James Parsons Wilson Wright ' KAUTENBERG 4' -- . Ji ' SOPHOMORES l . 5. PARSONS -1 . , 1' ' . Marjorie Estill Maurine Pymm 1 - fig V, Q? . l ' ,,, Q' Lyn Gaines Shirley Sorensen PIPES ' -5 ' fre ' - .7931 A PYMM ,Q ' ff' ,, 4 -' 'V ROWLAND P Ai , V S eh ST.IOHN eg - ,- S. . ' f 3 V ' , a fi , ,A .7 -g "'- ,V at . SANBORN - K 'Y V if 1 .. rpg . ' , '-me 1 ' . .i , N SORENSEN ,N t W f 4 WILSON V- 'fx f, 186 HONORARY MEN'S SPEECH CLUB CORNER my - 3 21-1 b ' :-, I CRAIG ' f - 1 g- , E , . .Q . I ... g, ,y GOODER S P O N S O R S . . E Y Iohn W. Wright Ioseph King Charles Taylor GR GCR OFFICERS LACEY Fall, 1941 Spring, 1942 Dick Post - - President Dick Post - - President lames Ford - Vice-President Kent Millar - Vice-President ,.::::,. . I , M E M B E R 5 McCONNELL - ., SENIORS . A 1, A as y - Mason Corner Clayton Neel MILLAR lpgn Ei pg 1:-px "" V- 9 Iarnes Ford Leo Nieto ,Q Q., 4' Q 2 POST Glenn Gooder Ed Piston NANC-E ' Efdrlgglg, - 9 , Eff' TW , Aziz' 'S' , Kent Millar Dick Post ' , t 'E' - , Q Arleigh Mcconneii NEEL ' . x . IUNIORS Y H I , Norman Katen Wendell Smith P-A-PPAS " George Lacey .' if Bob Winzler PISTON ' , SOPHOMORES SMITH Q., Ritchie Gregory George Pappas . WINZI-ER 5 I FRESHMEN George Nance a u GAYLORD' , A sr o N s o R s .- Q5 Mary Eleanor King Margaret Riggs Isabel Booth GONSER .1 6 Bernice Paiva Morva Taylor o F P 1 C E R s Elinor Mitchell ---- Fall President ' - Esther Smith - - Spring President HAYHURST gi y C: il R' .rig I HESS ' , -I MEMBERS SENIORS . 1 Alice Parichan Bonnie Felix MERCER Hazel .Gonser PARICHAN 1:-ELIX Virginia Hess Mabel Mercer PETERS Elaine Ray IUNIOHS Mary Louise Gaylord RAY V I Mary Peters Q Ima lane Hayhurst ROSS - NIP' Helen Van Zanten SMITH V 4' NLVN A ,K ' SOPHOMORES VAN ZANTEN 5 L .y li ' lane Ross 187 HONORARY PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEVINE F RATERNITY S P O N S O R S Miss Marian Bigelow Miss Katherine Doyle IOHN Miss Emily Cost Miss Mary Bell Smith Mrs. Ruth Waterman O F F I C E R S Gwen Thompson ----- President Dulcie Sharp - - - Vice-President LOWRY M E M B E R S MCDONALD rHoMPsoN SENIORS f Gertrude Iohn I Dorothy Morrow Dulcie Sharp MAHOWALD it 5 Gwen Thompson bm y IUNIORS MORROW -1' , Doris Devine , Nh Gladys Lowry SHARP I Frances Mahowald my Mildred McDonald O O 0 I'l'llCl"0l'l l9l'l'lCl, L HONORARY HOMEMAKING SOCIETY CEDARQUIST S P O N S O R S Miss Grace Allingham Mrs. Betty Henderson COPLAND ' Miss Cora Burdick Mrs. Sevier 7 O F F I C E R S Mildred Ienkins ----- President Lillian Moore ---- Vice-President HALL 7 6 MEMBERS KINDELL ' 5EN10RS MCCLURG Candida Avila Helen McClurg Dorothy Hall Lillian Moore Mildred Ienkins Margaret Said ' IUNIORS MERRILEES . . Marcella Metcalf Peggy Copland METCALF A J ' it ii Helen Gabrielson AJ? .,! I ,J S Mooms A ' NJ if 1-rf .. SOPHOMORES i3RUNTY ,V 1 ' 4 ' 1 Laura Cedarquist x - ' TENKINS Alice Kindeli K 'X Doris Prunty ' Nellie Schleicher '. " Dorothy Scott ROSE ,W , Iune Warren D ' 'ji ' ,4 - .. Wanda Rose SAI " ' ,- TINKLIN I V . I , , an K WARREN ' X A . 188 ALLEQ 'lg ' F' 4 ' 5 BIRNBAUM V . FRENCH CLUB CHRISTOS SPONSOR Dr. C. W. Bird OFFICERS Fall, 1941 spring. 1942 FROUK Q.. Frances Nielsen - - President Theda Birnbaum - - President ' ,Q 1 lames Parsons - - Vice-President Ann Frolik - - Vice-President GIACCOME 1-J " ' MEMBERS " J ' NIELSEN ' r SENIOHS Elizabeth Allen Frances Nielsen George lones Queene Shahzade George Hobbs IUNIOHS Thecla Birnbaum Kay Tones HUTCHINGS Helen Christos lames Parsons Roy Cass IONES SOPHOMORES l h' G' 055521122 vdlliiiim PARSONS FRESHMEN Ann Frolik Sue Henderson Mcmrila Evans BRUNO 8l,Ul'l'l6l,l'L LL CAGNHY 1, svonsoas QSQLNELU aw, M O N ' genia Rowland Lee Clark COYNE '-.5 M -1' 1 i V: Agnes Tobin Katherine Doyle -A 'fl -- W-' "' J ' by , orrrczns 3, - gl Fall. 1941 XWFA 1' Sident - ---- Frances Mahowald I ce-President ----- George Helvey CUNNINGHAM V. fr' W Spring, 1942 DOWLING f la E esident - ----- George Helvey FREDRICKS ' 4 i ' ,.x ce-President - - - - Fenton Lawler FREDERICK ' L 1- gg, X MEMBERS A. GRAGNANI Vzl - .L b e ., SENIORS A .Kim N' Pearse Curran Clem Clark Tom Letizio ' 1: A A IUNIORS A ONNBLD Mary Gra nani M IP-YK ggi Katherine glmbasach M. GRAGNANI -I - HEL Frances Mahowald GRQNLUND - Arthur Cazares HESTER 3 4, - Dui ,5 is - -J Q .' 7 ' .- . George Helvey I H , ,W iq ii . 1 ' l I Frank Snyder KNOLL '59 gl, , ' N :Q sopaomonss LACEY ' A if , 1 - Betty Munson LAWLER l 4 QI . V , -,, A f ' Mari Mcxsi 5. 54 : Q, , gr 1 T I' Chrisiine Fredricks M", f I, 5' A 4 Lawrence Knoll , ' ' " ' Fenton Lawler .s ' Andrew Ariey LETIZIO , Matt Cottrell LUBISICH A ' , - b T F111-:sH1vu:N LYNES f Du an , ' A Q K- we A ,m l A 11 ld Th' 1 , vi, s 1 T . A.. A , ' f .,,, y eiilgys Pell-iran SQQIFREDO ,wg v uf v . 5 Marilyn Cagney ..,.- M I S ' ff y I 'V f WE, Danny samsung MATTHEWS .ffl-all 1- w gglen Lylges NICELY - 1 Q 'Y f'l filisxigy wr- 1 eresa err , fig 1":'fh' 1 'ia' .V 5 U' "P lerry Lenihany 'ni-l'154l"3 I. Jlflllllm X lim Hesrer . Ann Gragnani OCHINERO - ' f A lim Colm, OSHHA 1 rulfhccinnews PHRHY :- Fi 'Q ' 'P 'S 7' 6 ' 5' Q' " -ff ROWLAND .pg ,4 ,H ' rv.: -f -f ' I SANDRINI 'WF 'F ' P " , "'. 1' - 6 1 TORRES 4. I , X 1, . rm ' WHITE ,v 4 4 3 . X- 2 -A ,P-1 189 PRE-NURSING CLUB SPONSORS Miss Gertrude Brooks Miss Emily Cost O F F I C E R S Fall, 1941 Irene Storm ---- President Mary Ellen Walton - - - Vice President Spring, 1942 Irene Storm ---- President May Lewis ----- M E M B EZ R S IUNIORS ,YOBXXA Flora Bennetts Mildred Poulsen 5 Ellen Myers Nellie schietcher Dolores Patton S OPHOMORES Marjorie lane Betts Betty Brother Patricia Garvey Donna Gorsching Doris Haw Berdine Henriksen Charlotte Iamison Dorla Iohansen Marian Kelly Grace Krautz May Lewis Kathlyn Martin Kazuko Maloi Patricia Morser First Row: PELLISSIER, MORSER, STEPHENS, GOTO, COLEMAN. Second Row: BOWDEN, VAUGHN, WALTON, NUSER, STORM. Third Row: CHRISTENSEN, MALEN, KUPELIAN, KRAYENBUI-IL. Fourth Row: BROOKS, MARTIN, LEWIS, VAN TUYLE, MYERS. 190' Almo Myers Nancy Ninomiya Olive Ogawa Erline Pasillas Marie Pellissier Betty Rudolph Glenda Stephens Irene Storm Darlene Sullinger Theresa Torosian Mary Ellen Walton Fyrne Williams Dorothy Young FHESHMEN Shireen Asbury Betty Lou Basye Bernadine Bland Marjorie Bowden Bernadine Brooks Ollie Cain Mary Io Carter Anne Chan Donna Christensen Lucinda Craighead Dorothy Codomo Roberta Dunsmuir Mary Fiatarome Iune Hammond Naomi Heinricks Betty Iames Caroline ling Alice ling Margaret Kahl Patricia Kellas Shirley Ko Roberta Krayenbuhl Ieanne Kulgren Virginia Kupelian Maxine Leighton Vivian Lum Louise Malen Betty Maston Katherine Morris Grace Munday Ruth Munday Laura McClure Rose Negoro Roberta Ringgold lane Robinson Helen Schmall Paulina Schroth Aline Schroer Bernice Seibert Beverly Shields Virginia Sloan Sierra Uyeoka Isabel Vaughn Barbara Van Tuyle Maryly Webster Betty Williams Masao Baba Iames Kubota Kiyoshi I-lamanaka Roy Fukuda Satoshi Kuwamoto Keyichi Noda Kiroko Kamikawa Yoshiharu Matsumoto Mary Machida Thomas Kasai Chisato Ohara Amy Kasai Mary Mochizuki Yosh Watanabe SOPHOMORES Iulia Goto Sumiko Kamikawa Nancy Ninomiya Shigeru Sanbongi Velma Yemoto Toshio lshimoto Wesley Kubota Hideko Odaka FRESHMEN Takeshi Abo Tazuko Fujisawa Richard Henmi Toshiko lmada Taro Katagiri Hiro Kusakai Minnie Matsura Robert Mochizulci Masako Nakano Iohn Otomo Hikeo Tochiura Shigeru Wakasa lohn Arakai Ruth Doi Akira Hirahara Lois Kanagawa Haruki Kawahara Satoshi Kusakai Caroline Matsuyama Hugh Muranaka Olive Ogawa Makoto Shara Masao Tsubota Sherre Yaji Hiro Arase Shunlcichi Ego Fumiko Hirahara Dorothy Kanagawa Mary Kobayashi Yasuki Kuwamoto Lynne Miura Morito Nakamoto Alice Osaki Alice Sumida Akimi Yusoka Helen Yemoto FY -. Lgaue' Ve-ff Kazue Sekiya Harue Yoshikawa Akira Iitsumyo Sachiye Maruko Enid Okarawa Don Yamaolca Yorko Abiko nk: ix: 1' e l -. 1 f. fm. ' .-.' r 4 Mabel R. Cunningham Helen Kazato Iarnes Kubota Hiroko Kamikawa - - Amy Kasai - Enid Gkawara Q President President Vice-President Vice-President KUBO TA 'l?5wQ im' 'f' Q9 First Row: OKAWARA, KAWAHARA, ODAKA, OSAKI, MARUKG, ABIKO, YEMOTO, IMADO, SAYEGUSA Second Row: SUMIDA, HIRAHARA, KOBAYASHI, OHARA, KANAIAWA, H. KAMIKAWA, YOSHIKAWA S. KAMIKAWA, KASAI. Third Row: NAKAMOTO, SANBONGI, W, KUBOTA, SAHARA, ABO, IITSUMYO, YAMAOKA, ISI-HMOTO TSUBOTA, I. KUBOTA, KUSAKAI, FUKUDA, SANADA, HENMI. E r 'si,1.1l4'f'H? .. - 1Eg+.':'.'.?xjrgilllj5+.,N 1 s P o N s o R s lit Miriam Fox Withrow Ldlfl A ug o F FI c E R s Arrnorel Kaprielian ---- President Lois Pomerance ---- Vice-President M E M B E R s N slsmons RANGE Frances Borchardt Dorothy Condley Armorel Kaprielian Florence MacLain Marjorie Smith Marjorie Clough QOME IUNIORS iC1xPRlELlP' N Verlinda Blade Edith Hanneman Melba Iohnson Katherine Lubisich Lois Pornerance Roland Smith Thelma Smith George Chaney Mary Ianjigian Paul Kinzel Velda Copeland Carl Peterson Rosemary Collins Virginia jackson Mary Letever Elizabeth Simmons Ellen Martin Barbara Sanborn Selinabel Smith Stella Camasanich Theodore Dalbotten Barbara Ioint Pauline Kaprielian Patricia Nutt Emmy Lou Sinclair Ruth Yakligian SOPHOMORES Bob Bennett Barbara Cramer Melvin Lord Beverly Rainie Bernice Smith Harue Yoshikawa Iacqueline Bobbitt Phyllis Edgar Janet Northamer Ruth Reiman Helen Soults Allie Cain Logan Edwards Marion Oliver Kazue Sekiya Geraldine Woo gg FnEs1nvrEN Rosemary Acord Harry Betts Iacqueline Byfield Tony De Caristo Ruby Foster jeannetle Hansen I Lois Kanagawa Nancy Melchior Irene Park Azola Smith Akimi Uyeoka Arthur Yearin Ieanne Acres Glenn Bohannon Virginia Cain Ruth Doi Ann Frolik Marjorie Hamish Robert Kuyumjian Arpie Ohanian Georgia Porter Permelia Snyder Marjorie Yearin lean Ariey William Burns Sydney Cooper Ruth Folmar Dorothy Granger Vern Hunt Caroline Matsuyama Dorothy Ohannesian Alice Poy june Stuckert Thornton Weymouth SPECIAL STUDENTS Phyllis Henfling Frances Storli First Row: BENNETT, EDGAR, A. KAPRIELIAN, POMERANCE, B. SMITH, BLADE, OHANIAN, DALBOTTEN, Second Row: BOHANNON, WEYMOUTH, SEKIYA, STUCKERT, M. YEARIN, MELCHIOR, DOI, KANAGAWA, CRAMER, FOSTER, LUBISICH, A. YEARIN, WOO, IANIIGIAN, POY, KAZATO, Third Row: WITHROW, CAIN, ACORD, OHANNESIAN, S. SMITH, P. KAPRIELIAN, FROLIK, MATSUYAMA, REIMAN, SOULTS, M. SMITH, HANNEMAN, PARK, NUTT. 192 Yr: Nsixr- ' 'f rs. X.- . .1 .1-4' ' . fn- --Ng, RA X x Q gcimma fr, R 'VH x N! 4 OFFICERS Fall, 1941 Everett Berberian - - President Sid Wells - - - Vice-President Spring. 1942 Ray Howard - - - President Bob Richert - Vice-President M E M B E R S LaVerne Call Elizabeth Landrum Eunice Mar Dr. Iohn Brown Mason Dr. Hubert Phillips Dr. Kenneth Potter Stanley Pretzer Donald Pymm Eugenia Rowland Emory Ratclille Dr, Francis Smith Everett Berberian Karl Buckman Abram Goldman Ray Howard Thelma lokumsen Stanton Levy Atsuko Ono lames Parsons Bob Richert Maybelle Webster Sid Wells . A CALIFORNIA BETA CHAPTER NATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE HONOR SOCIETY First Row: GOLDMAN, HOWARD, RICHERT. Second Row: RATCLIFFE, CALL, ROWLAND, LANDRUM, WEBSTER, POTTER. Third Row: LEVY, SMITH, BUCKMAN, PARSONS. eg E., Z4 ,., LZJ .10 E A ,',,. ngineem S P O N S O R S Herbert Wheaton Dr. H. C. Burbridge OFFICERS Robert Ganse - - - President Leonard Newton - - Vice-President M E M B E R S IUNIORS Oren Christensen Yosh Watanabe Carl Culbertson SOPHOMORES Wesley Aires Leonard Newton Don Bolt Warren Enochian Bob Ganse Kong Go Don Neilsen Donald Quail Leo Reis Shigeru Sanbongi Harold Sarkissian Harry Waters FRESHMEN Aaron Aaronian Silvio Balestrini Roden Bolt Dora Carnine Richard Henmi Ervin Heinrich Richard Hovsepian 'Calvin Peterson Katherine Williams First Row: D. BOLT, HENMI, GANSE, CULBERTSON, GO, SARKISSIAN, HEINRICH. Second Row: R. BOLT, BALESTRINI, CHRISTENSEN, AIRES, WHEATON, WATANABE, SANBONGI, ENOCHIAN, AIERY. Third Row: WATERS, NEWTON, NIELSEN, WILLIAMS, CARNINE, BURBRIDGE, REIS, HOVSEPIAN, AARONIAN, PETERSON. fx. . ' "' ' 'Gm.m..,v -- ' 193 Zxi X , x, 1, ,fd . ii,-fl 4 A I W RR - K QI' First Row: WILSON, CARDOZA, DUARTE, Roms. -- second Row: NIELSEN, KRAIIAN, KUPELIAN, MENDES , 'M V - .N ,, i .Rx wi XX J .i CLUB LUSITANO S P O N S O R S Louis I. Coelho Carlos Rojas OFFICERS Irene Duarte - - - President Mabel Cardoza - - Vice-President MEMBERS SENIORS Mabel Cardoza Queene Shahzacle Helen Mendes IUNIOHS Elaine Booras Doris Krajian Nadine Speed SOPHOMORES Irene Duarte Bob Wilson FRESHMEN Virginia Kupelian lcla Salvador eI"l'l'l,Cl,l'l SPONSOR Dr.Kar1Fa1k MEMBERS Fall, 1941 Marvin Schwartz - - President Kenneth Reuter - - Vice-President Spring. 1942 Iacob Dermer - - - President Kenneth Reuter - - Vice-President GRADUATES Dorothy Childers SENIOHS Iames Harlan Marvin Schwartz Martin Schreiber Gertrude Seher IUNIORS Frank Attardo Neil Medefind Eugene Coleman Kenneth Reuter Virginia King SOPHOMORES George Baker Iohn McKerren Iacob Dermer Charles Rogers FRESHMEN Warren Brown Arthur ling Iames Crandall Amalia Diel Iuhl Shunkichi Ego . 'RL L , W ,. W 1-1 " N qfw -i :f-., 1' I 5 TIM, 'J-+1 if 1 EM" "' -' 'J , I FC-vf y w I w w - w Y.. M E! w zz 4: 4..rf'f"' ,N--.fi 7' - Q :eq-.LvLec1": "J -' 7 L52 +17 71"-Ld? .1---vw. f - , -- -- . 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V , 'V Jr- H' AW 5 , J N 8 YF Q! , 'ff V U .V in 4 ff I J if LA A N ' - A . s l ws if V SQ ' ..f,.. - ff Wwri' , X -ivahil . 52 A was ocia CZLVZ enic Fall. 1941 O F F I C E R S Margaret Cunningham - - President M E M B E R S ALPHA THETA Ellen Martin ----- President Alison Upton ---- Representative DELTA KAPPA Margaret Cunningham ---- President Harriet McClurg ---- Representative DELTA SIGMA EPSILON Virginia Dutfey ----- President Virginia Costa ---- Representative DELTA MU PHI Helen McClurg ----- President Marion Shook ---. Representative OMEGA XI OMICRON lean Harbers ----- President Patricia Thiele ---- Representative PSI CHI IOTA Eleanor Cassell ----- President Loraine Camp ---- Representative SIGMA PHI GAMMA Elvera Sporner ----- President Doris Riege Representative Spring. 1942 O F F I C E R S Nancy Momson - - - President M E M B E R S ALPHA THETA Donna Henderson ----- President Lenore Beck ---- Representative DELTA KAPPA Betty Olson ----- President Dorothy Long ---- Representative DELTA SIGMA EPSILON Virginia Duffey ----- President Muriel Ward ---- Representative DELTA MU PHI Margaret Henson ----- President Maryorie Anderson - - - Representative OMEGA XI OMICRON Nancy Morrison ----- President Margaret Anderson - - - Representative PSI' CHI IOTA Cheryl Dresser ----- President Grace Iohn ---- Representative SIGMA PHI GAMMA El era S orner ----- President P Barbara Iotnt ---- Representative DRESSER DUFFEY HARBERS HENDERSON HENSON IOHN IOINT LONG MARTIN HARRIET MCCLURG HELEN McCLURG MOMSON OLSON RIEGE SPOMER WARD COSTA CUNNINGHAM DIETRICH I Y ,fe 6 .. U H, X ,-, BECK CAMP SN l+iIIlII'IIir A , Tlx ' 'HY v I I I d f. , ,P A ., ir , .-T . I .i r . s l ,V--bl ' 6' f t 'H , ,Q MARGARET ANDERSON MARIORIE ANDERSON 1 .mt- 1 .F 4 X. fi. .qs cv I 's -l JI- -5' Q- I WZ . QW 59' lf 1 -'K , J. fa? 1 FOUNDED 1921 SPONSORS Mrs. Glenna Wright Mrs. E. V. Tenny O F F I C E R S Fall. 1941 Ellen Martin ---- President Alison Upton ---- Pan-Hellenic Rep. Spring, 1942 Donna Henderson ---- President Lenore Beck - - - Pan-Hellenic Rep. M E M B E R S SENIORS Barbara Allyn ALLYN Pauline Bertram BECK BERTRAM BONEY BREWER BUCKLES Cl-HSM X 5 1'D l I I I 9999 UPTON FARLEY GAYLORD GEARHART GRIFFEATH 1 V x C1 A Q' Miriam Boney Mary Louise Gaylord lean Livingston Neva Etherton Ellen Martin Bette lean Miner Evelyn Pierson Mildred Poulsen Lenore Beck Thelma McGee Virginia Sager Sara lane Turck Shirley Buckles HANNER HENDERSON HOCKETT HUGHES KERSHAW KULGREN LIVINGSTON MARTIN MCCANN MCGEE MILLER MINER PAPAC PIERSON POULSEN REES SAGER SCHEIDT TAYLOR TURCK VAN ZANTEN WALTERS WEYMOUTH WORKS Elsie Anne Works Fay Chism Donna Henderson Helen Lehmann Claire Grilfeath IUNIORS Dorothy Rees Olive Taylor Helen Van Zanten Dorothy Walters SOPHOMORES Iune McCann Rosellen Kershaw Barbara Farley Barbara Hockett FRESHMEN leanne Kulgren Donabelle Gearhart Marilyn Hanner Merilyn Brewer Margaret Weymouth Virginia Scheidt Stella Papac Eleanor Miller FOUNDED 1918 S P O N S O R Miss' Osta B. Feurt 0 F F I C E R S Fall. 1941 Margaret Cunningham ---- President Harriet McC1urg ---- Pan-Hellenic Rep. Spring. 1942 Betty Olson ------ President Dorothy Long - - Pan-Hellenic Rep. MEMBERS FAVORS samons FEURT Margaret Cunningham FRISCH Clare Favors GRANGER Dorothy Long Mildred Maxwell Doris Spencer CUNNINGHAM ERICKSON PARIS I QL, l BECK BRADSHAW A- , , x 'V . v CORNELL . W." --f Margaret Smittcamp ' 'X . Dolores Sutherland HENDERSON , Q., lane Sample HENNINGSEN ,-. 5 K HENRIKSEN ' Y Wir IUNIORS r A lANSEN Beverly Cornell v lean Faris LONG ,Ai , lv Dorothy lansen ' Mary Lou Henningsen Barbara Frisch Harriett McClurg MAXWELL Mildred McDonald MCCLURG Z BGHY Olson McDONALD Barbara Sanborn K Iune Webster OLSON L, Ieanne White ROBINSON Peggy Wilds SOPHOMORES SAMPLE - Patricia Erickson . A Berdine Henriksen SMITTCAMP t jf' SPENCER . ' " FRESHMEN SUTHERLAND Q , . Beverly Bradshaw V H- Dorothy Granger W SL19 Henderson ' lane Robinson Maxine Truxaw I- WEBSTER p , 3 ' Lf + V Maryly Webster M. WEBSTER . ' LQ 15 . ' WHITE , ' WILDS - ' Z A -,ia f 1 'Y V t . - - Wir ,AQ V 4. tr. , L X 3 YI' , I . s I' 9 tk t ' , M H. - - 1 r K ln- .. , A Q ,if .IE-1. -. Q SPONSORS Mrs, Arch Quinn Mrs. Fred Hartman Dr. Gertrude Billard O F F I C E R S Fall. 1941 Helen McC1urg ----- President Marion Shook - - - Pan-Hellenic Rep. Spring. 1942 Margaret Henson ----- President Marjorie Anderson - Pan-Hellenic Rep. M E M B E R S SENIORS ABRAMS Oralee Abrams Ioyce Huffman N ? ANDERSON Frances Borchardt Cloe Iean Collier Dorothy Condley Margaret Henson Helen McClurg Audrey Lee Prather Helen Sarquis Marion Shook ARIEY IUNIORS 1 ARMQUR Marjorie Anderson Nadine Speed , ' -Q - Naomi Dees Alyce Richards V BOHCHARDT Frances Fisher Catherine Tetstall i SOPHOMORES r BH-ALARD Terry Rodgers Eloise' Spomer in 1 4 A R , ,1 Marjorie Estill Dorothy Young ii' W '..5'I-51, A6 C' COLLIER Elizabeth Gallaher Becky Conrad Q' lj W. COLLIER Myrna Hylton Kathryn Slater l . J CGNDLEY Marian Lauridsen Betty Gibbons H FRESHMEN 3 H ' CONRAD Barbara Armour 6 -y g DEES Nadine Diet 4 P111 ' DIEL LaVerne Heine ' 2 " . ES.-I-ILL gharlogte Kofoid . etty earson 1 FISHER Anita Scott FREEMAN Katherine Williams ,J 5 Wanda Collier IZIEQIXISEON Evelyn Freeman Alfrida Harris 1' ' HITCHCOCK Margaret Hitchcock N Bonnie Howison A i HOWISON Emily siqier ' Q ' Marjorie Sorenson - 5' 5 Koroin K ' J ' X MCCLURG , - ' ' f MORROW - -' dj 3, .' 1, PEARSON . L X PRATHER . ,, '- - RICHARDS A i I -5, . g SARQUIS -1 J," 3, 'f ' iv scorr "V, 1 SHOOK k E. SLATER K. SLATER SORENSON 5 , SPEED ' ' 7 g g"- 1' SPOMER I ' ' TELKAMP V ' H -2 TETSTALL X ' 'L " fx " A ' WILLIAMS . ' ' YOUNG - . A SPONSORS Miss I-Iilda O. Hendricksen Miss Ainslie Harris O F F I C E R S Fall. 1941 Virgmia Duttey - - - President V1rg1nia Costa Pan-Hellenic Rep. Spring. 1942 Virginia Duftey - - - President Muriel Ward - Pan-Hellenic Rep. SENIORS Virginia Duffey Rosemary Kingen Margaret Copland Mary Titus Mildred lenkins Doris Ellena Virginia Hess Bonnie Felix Mary Starns Eunice Klyver Barbara Schiveley Elizabeth Fike Virginia Costa IUNIORS Harriet Nobles Patty St. Iohn Cora Wolf SOPHOMORES Betty Copland Ruth Haugen Marian Martin Peggy O'Hara Doris Prunty Maurine Pymm Muriel Ward Mary Io Schmid Ida Mae Morris Frances Bell Mari Mast Betty lean Taylor Geraldine Testerman FRESHMEN Marguerite West IENKINS KINGEN KLYVER MARTIN MASI MORRIS NOBLES O'I-IARA PRUNTY PYMM TITUS ST. IOHN SCHIVELY SCHMID STARNS STONE TAYLOR WARD WEST WOLF COSTA DUF F EY ELLENA FELIX FIKE HARRIS I-IAUGEN HESS n' Q :ga-' V ip... A -Q' ,P 'm , . ,- N A wan., 4 BELL ' - il..z MJ . wg, S BERNHARD B. COPLAND - N H 'r D fx 2' , M. COPLAND '14, av l Y 169 . E. in ,d , P Q t A' Q Q an-w ! ., ' f 'P - 'bil .Y J, 'X I ll! Y F' N , ,P we W, , vii' 5 . Y I-it vi, 'tif Q w tl' A. 'A VO M 4 uv -, ,,,. ,r -, . 4 it ANDERSON .y M BLADE W CAMY COBB COLLINS ., CULLINGTON FV DICKINSON EBERHART A I PINDERUP -se I -A .15 I-'J GLAZE ' , IL. 'rf ra' HALL , I I J. HARBERS , I - M. HARBERS A . ' ,, ' . HICKMAN -C f - A S HOWARD W , IONES A . ' X I LEWIS 5 MAHOWALD . ,I ma MCCARTHY f N, MOMSON PI MOMSON - , PICKFORD 6 A 3, Ross ' " SHARP QUIGLEY SIMMONS SINCLAIR G A. SMITH 5 ' 3. ... M. SMITH V 5 TAUL ,Ry THIELE I WEYMOUTH X V8 . SPONSORS Miss Floy Lewis Mrs. Seymour Mathieser: O F F I C E R S Fall, 1941 lean Harbers ---- President Patricia Thiele ---- Pan-Hellenic Rep. Spring. 1942 Nancy Momson ----- President Margaret Anderson - - - Pan-Hellenic Rep. M E M B E R S SENIORS Catherine Collins Virginia Glaze lean Harbers Meredith lones Margaret Anderson Verlinda Blade Kathryn Cullington Nancy Momson Elizabeth Simmons Marjorie Smith Dulcie Sharp . IUNIORS Patricia Thiele Io Ann Hickman Frances Mahowald Patricia McCarthy Elaine Camy Phyllis Hall Margaret Harbers Burnetta Lewis Patricia Pickiord Gail Quigley SOPHOMORES lane Ross Helen Taul Myra Sinclair Phyllis Dickinson Phyllis Cobb FRESHMEN Iackie Eberhart Audrey Smith Barbara Howard Clare Weymouth Peggy Momson SPONSORS Miss lane Gale Mrs. G. Franklin Roberts Mrs. loseph King O F F I C E R S Fall. 1941 Eleanor Cassell ----- President Lorraine Camp ---- Pan-Hellenic Rep. Spring. 1942 Cheryl Dresser ----- President Grace lohn ----- Pan-Hellenic Rep. M E M B E R S SENIORS Yvonne Arbios Ioy Walters Mary Anne Bermingham Katherine Andreis Yenger Lorraine Camp lune McManus Eleanor Cassell lean Christensen Mildred Dewing Cheryl Dresser DRESSER Lorraine Klein Mary Lefever FRIES Norma Merrilees GAINES Virginia McGill Owens IQHN Barbara Thompson IUNIORS Grace Iohn KLEIN Phyllis Roush Elsie Wen LEFEVER MCGILL SOPHOMORES MERRH-'EES Lyn Gaines Barbara Sunier Eloise Pipes PRESHMEN POTTER Rosemary Collins ROBERTS Iune Potter ROUSH Gloria Cassinelli Marion Franklin SUNIER Virginia Fries THOMPSON WATERS WATT YENGER CASSINELLI CHRISTENSEN DEWING 1 -if i fl' ,xx 3 ARBIOS 'sf BERMINGHAM 6 CAMP CASSELL Q I 1 , . ' ' 1. E in Z , re it if qw .- QW' - ref lf' G..-lr .JF fr , ...af ,JP ,wi XJ A EB I SPONSORS Mrs. Viola Mosely Mrs. Granville Centers lgnla O F F I C E R S ' Fall. 1941 Elvera Spomer ----- President Doris Riege ---- Pan-Hellenic Rep. Spring. 1942 Elvera Spomer ----- President Barbara Ioint - Pan-Hellenic Rep. M E M B E R S ' SENIORS Elvera Spomer Harriett Larsen leannette McCallister Martha Ruth Marjorie Clough IUNIORS Barbara Ioint Maxine Dudley Doris Riege P SOPHOMORES Bernice Smith Lenore Ioint Q .A Maxine Hutchinson Ieanne Koch f A -A CLOUGH FRESHMEN A, Helen Housley Shirley Weir ' 'Q r DUDLEY Mary O'Shea Maxine Williams tg Q Q, 'I T. ,.' Y 'S-. SF : We HOUSLEY HUTCHINSON B. IOINT , JY rx .gi f Iune Schultz L. IOINT LARSEN MCCALLISTER MOSELEY O'SHEA RIEGE RUTH SCHULTZ SMITH SPOMER WEIR WILLIAMS OFFICERS Fall, 1941 Oren Lee Christensen ---- President Alan Turnbull ---- Vice-President Spring, 1942 William Howard ----- President Richard Shepard ---- Vice-President M E M B E R S Fall, 1941 Alpha Sigma Tau Richard Shepard Don Chenoweth Iohn Quail Don McKelvey Beta Kappa Zeta Mu Ioe Cox Alan Turnbull William Howard Earl Yocum Mu Alpha Kappa Delta Rho Ralph Pilegard Douglas Beetlestone Spring, 1942 Alpha Howard Henderson Richard Shepard Beta Kappa Bruce Morris Ioe Cox Mu Alpha Mark Tibbs William Rumley Sigma Tau Iohn Olson Robert Walton Zeta Mu Earl Yocurn Wes Iohnson ' Robert Butler Ed Lamrne HOUSTON HOWARD MORRIS OLSON SHEPARD TIBBS TURNBULL WALTON YOCUM COX HENDERSON CHENOWETH A11 tif E ll . M me ,ar +1 ...ff CLAVERIE EDMAN FLEMING H. HENDERSON I r 1 l l A 1 1 l w ,1LT..'."4 ,Ji , H wr if ' I. HENDERSON HOFFMAN HOOVER I 1 I 1 Q . V '1 r 1 ' M 'E f nl' , , V. ' ' Y 1 HQ' 'f I t l 'I Ag- .il - 'bu -. P l 1 1 L 1 SPONSORS Dr. Karl Falk Herbert Wheaton Iohn W. Wright Charles Taylor O F F I C E R S Fall, 1941 Richard Shepard - - - - President Howard Henderson - - - Vice-President Spring, 1942 Howard Henderson - - - President Robert Claverie - - Vice-President M E M B E R S SENIORS George Petersen Iohn Quail Robert Albright Donald Hoover George Fleming Howard Henderson JUN1ons Richard Shepard Robert Claverie Malcolm Shields Stuart Hunter Richard Hoffman SOPHOMORES Robert Bagby Derald Rasmussen Charles Houston Tom Brown Iirn Henderson HOUSTON HUNTER McCARTHY D. QUAIL 1. QUAIL RASMUSSEN SHEPARD SHIELDS Don Quail Ken McCarthy lean Lamoure Gerald Fries Rex Spaith S P O N S O R S Dr. Kenneth Potter Dr. Iarnes Burkholder Dr. A. Y. Eliason Lee Clark Dr. Paul V. Sheehan O F F I C E R S Fall. 1941 Toe Cox ---- President Clifford Walker - - Vice-President Spring. 1942 ' Bruce Morris - - H- President Iarnes Rohn - Vice-President M E M B E R S SENIORS Iack Gates William Howard Sidney Wells Iames Soule Iarnes Rohn lack Power Bay Hutchings Clayton Neel Hugh Rudort David Barron George Lacey Irving Craig Charles Rogers Richard Wilson Eugene Gibson Henry Wachtrnann Raymond Howard Iarnes Ford Bruce Morris Ioe Cox Glenn Gooder IUNIORS Gordon Cowan Granville Peoples Iames Plaugher George Helvey Clifford Walker SOPHOMORES Everett Asp Milton Iones Ralph Rush David Sparks Ritchie Gregory Iames Sargent Dick Fahrney Vernon McCarter Vernon Nichols Rand Cockrell Iames Hollister Robert Gross Leonard Newton Iarnes Sowers Robert Ellis Don McFarland FRESHMEN Glenn Bohannon Thornton Weymouth Iohn Gregory Edward Deutschman Robert Rohn Iarnes Harlan Richard Crow Laton Willis Iames Quick DEUTSCHMAN FAHRNEY GATES GOODER I. GREGORY R. GREGORY HARLAN HELVEY HOLLISTER R. HOWARD W. HOWARD HUTCHINGS IONES LACEY MCPARLAND MORRIS NEEL NEWTON NICHOLS PEOPLES PLAUGHER QUICK ROGERS I. ROHN R. ROHN RUDORP RUSH SARGENT soWERs SPARKS WACHTMANN WALKER WELLS WILLIS WILSON x Asp H I BARRON "' fir' 3 X . cocKRELL 9, gh xr ' COWAN W - . I 3 Q. I , CRAIG . ti f, I 2 craow 4' M "T I-1 ' t 4. I fit ' 2 -1 '93 'li 7 1 I 'I . ' if-k"ir.l 1 If I. 'V Az-QA.. - Ei 4 I -it . f ,7FiE.t. I v ' 'I 3- Q. it .V C Vg I Q f lg .5 E K 1 ' 'Q , 9' It sf Q I -1 . 'QA -, C1 ' 'C Q- .V J x .11 V '15 X , . Ty -fe .2 .- I -as 1 'X It I A .h . g X y -' , ,li .I I 2 or u. 7 . a 'Q-1? X ' A, 'J i . LJ 4 " . I f 4. r .A ' R 4 0 - I I' G5- . I 'css it WE: BARTHULI in ,K 9 4' R --Q EEETLESTONE I 'S .. ' A ' BOLES 5 'io CHRISTMAS U it F , CORNER gag ' -5 4, DICKINSON 1 V, ,' .rg DORFMEIER ' l 1.1 4 1 P- it 1 xg. DYER 4- lla.: ,Q C-.ARNERO g 5 an A GREGORY 1 ' ' HANSEN L. - 5 ft gm R . x Q' E ' - H515- ,' - - Y E kt if . . ii Yr .R I Q "Tiff Q .C 6- -1 ,N S -u -Q 6 L- I i -f N P, A. 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King O F F I C E R S Fall, 1941 Ralph Pilegard - - - - President Bernard Miller - Vice-President Spring. 1942 Mark Tibbs - - - - President William Luton Vice-President M E M B E R S SENIORS HEEREN IOHANSEN KERR LEWIS LONG LUTON MCPHERSON MILLAR MILLER MORANDA POULSEN RUMLEY RUNDLE RUNGE SEADLER STOCKING STURGEON THOMAS TIBBS WEBER Mason Corner Douglas Beetlestone William Luton Ioseph Hinman Kent Millar lack Hansen Roger Barthuli Robert Heeren Bernard Miller Mark Tibbs Theodore Moranda Otto Runge William Dickinson Robert Kerr IUNIORS Gordon Gregory Donald Smiley Edward Chapin Robert Iohansen Evan McPherson Iohn Rundle Robert Simmerman Robert Lewis George Gemanis Duette Mills Ralph Pilegard William Rumley Robert Stocking SOPHOMORES Gordon Long Francis Thomas Edmond Boles Walter Seadler Donald Dyer William Rowe Howard Christmas Gordon Macliersey Charles Kice George Woodbury Richard Poulsen FRESHMEN Edward Garnero Robert Weber Douglas Dorlmeier Edward Sturgeon S P O N S O R S Dr. Hubert Phillips Franklin Roberts Flint 1-lanner Dr. 17. 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Smith Carlos Rojas O F F I C E R S V Fall, 1941 Don Chenoweth - - - - President Robert Tienken ---- Vice-President Spring, 1942 lohn Olson - - - - President lack Pomeroy Vice-President M E M B E R S SENIORS Don Chenoweth Robert Howell Robert 'Tienken Ioseph Orchard Burton Acker Don McKe-lvey Ray McGill Malcolm Allen Bernard Barber Ed Owensby William Sanderson Hamilton Bond Robert Smale Iohn Kaupke larnes Rata Robert Spangler Charles Miner Iohn Olson Wendell Smith Vernon Breuillot SOPHOMORES Iacob Dermer Robert Walton George Nance Robert Kirby FRESHMEN Iarnes Murphy Iames Ruby Douglas Carroll Iules McGee David Parker William Donleavey Richard Rush lack Pomeroy Thomas Thompson Leroy Reinhardt Ioseph McDannold Orval Mischler Stanley DeVaurs William Rudd DeVAURS DONLEAVEY HOWELL KAUPKE KIRBY MCDANNOLD MCGEE MINER NANCE OLSON ORCHARD OWENSBY PARKER POMEROY REINHARDT ROIAS RUBY RUDD SANDERSON SMALE SMITH THOMPSON TIENKEN WALTON CARROLL CHENOWETH DERMER 5 ACKER ALLEN BARBER BREUILLOT Y I 1 fm BEATTY BURGESS BAKER BOYD DANIELS , DELLA A DIEL 0 rv - Y - . V 'L i t 94 "1 fu Aj' , , ... Khvf ? ,-N Y' Q ,, ,V , -. , S P O N S O R S Hal Beatty Iohn E. Herbert Dr. A. C. Wahlberg O F F I C E R S Fall, 1941 Alan Turnbull - - - President Earl Yocum - - - Vice-President Spring. 1942 Earl Yocum ------ President Don Iarnigan Vice-President M E M B E R S SENIORS Peter Daniels Iames Molich Elson Gaebe Robert Burgess GANN GARVER HORG F. HYDE S. HYDE IARNAGIN JOHNSON MILNES MOLICH O'MALLY PAPPAS PIERINI RICHERT ROSE RUSSELL SALWASSER SCHUCKNECHT SPRINGSTON TURNBULL YOCUM Roy Renfro Alan Turnbull Don Iarnigan IUNIORS Floyd Hyde Lawrence Horg Wes Iohnson Earl Yocum Robert Richert Iarnes Gann SOPHOMORES Alan Boyd Richard Garver Elmer Russell lack Fannin Kenneth Springston Iames O'Malley Elmer Farr Harold Horg Louie Futrell Cloe Crutchfield Fred Milnes Don Baker Ed Flynn George Pappas Walt Blackburn Harold Diel Dan Della Iames Schucknecht Mervin Salwasser Ed Rose Stuart Hyde Adolph Pierini ws. -if: ... ., X Z, L xl ,,,:?w. ,in , X A x X , 5"f NQQQ-X ,V N is .u- . Q .f--' I 1 2'-X P A 1,4 Q . 3 W 4 I . w P . ., , Eff' 4" . Q " - Q .A . , s ,,. uf- PA N2 Tn X V . 7' 'W'-1" fm' " ' ul N W4 ' A ,, -A 5 xx. 'J' - ,fl J I , s 3 7- ' . .9 1. x , , ., . N 4 x - a. X Y vw " I, 'I , 'f sf 1 ,, fn. ,Jiri h. 'K V-'gwr T f I- 15. ab - if A gm Su nf? fxghmg N QW 4' 3 Q K . 1,1 A Q . 1 ' 'S . 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