Fresno State College - Campus Yearbook (Fresno, CA)

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His friendly smile and warm handshake are known to hun- dreds of Fresno State College graduates, to educators throughout the nation, and to scores of persons in other fields who are in- terested in education. l-le is not only well known and liked, he is admired and respected for his contributions in the field of education. Dr. Thomas cameito California from his native midwest be- cause he wanted to find a place where liberal, progressive ideas for education would be permitted. During his 30 years at Fresno State College, those ideas have increasingly benefitted every student at the college by making possible the unique student- faculty form of government under which the college is run. At few colleges has the student body as much to say in governing and controlling college affairs as it has at Fresno State College. Dr. Thomas is graduating with the Class of 1948. After 30 years of guiding the college from its normal school status to that of a state teachers college and then to its status quo, a state college, of guiding it through the storms of protest that sur- rounded many ofthe steps in the growth of the college, of guiding it through the uncertain days of the war, of smiling through 16-hour work days, after 30 years of service, he is retiring. We dedicate this book to Dr. Frank W. Thomas not just on this page, but on each of the following pages, hoping that they symbolize at least a part of the concept of democratic education for which he has always stood. ffm za gm r -sw , e 1-Mm ms E Higgs ,. E ,. 6 E :A ,ff f s , M A Z v u HDITIn Ullllfl as ..7 ,fx F, N If-35,1 4?,geIII3Q'5' 1 I ' 'gf ' :Jigga I ,nl fi-Wig' K 7,f'2.S,."5S'1, .- 'I"1?2'.fTt" - -..s'i1'x!4'?'1 Qs . ,Ivhv ' 51 Q 1 ' -rf ,, . - x ' ' ,JE '29'7'fT.EkP-xi? - ' jf',?"1 f ,- a- "an-.'f '1 i L5!.w""15,- w wf? ' . A I, , I ,:I.yI,,, . , II IIIQI I , , .fur-, I .1 - - nb ff I . ,. 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Through it all is re- flected some of the spirit and friendly partnership in which all share and which is to me the most prized distinction of our college. Those of us who are now bidding farewell to the campus will carry priceless memories of the warm friendships made as we worked and planned together here. fi s DEANS THE prehistoric era was marked by the Stone Age, the Iron Age . . . and now in our times we have a new period, the Dean Age at Fresno State. There are tive deans who help the students. Each dean has a particular job besides numerous committee jobs and outside activities. Dr. Mitchell P. Briggs, Dean ot General Education, deals with curriculum problems.He sees to it that stu- dents get a well-balanced course ot studies. Every student should have a good general education besides specific knowledge in a major field. The Dean ot Professional Education, Dr. A. R. Lang, advises teachers and teacher trainees. He is interested in maintaining high professional standards and plan- ning courses to meet these standards. The man responsible tor student personnel and guid- ance service, Dr. Forrest D. Brown, Dean ot Students, seeks to help students in their vocational choices. The Dean ot Men, Dean ot Women and employment secre- tary work with Dr. Brown. Housing, lnter-Fraternity Council, Pan Hellenic, Ad- mission Committee, discipline, Blue Key, Tokalon, Presi- dent's Cabinet, Date Committee, and many other things present problems to Miss Mary C. Baker, Dean at Women, and Harold J. Beatty, Dean ot Men, Yes this is the Dean Age at Fresno State. Dr. A. R. Lang Dr. Mitchell P. Briggs Miss Mary C. Baker Dr. Forrest D. Brown Harold J. Beatty Left to right are Dean Brown, Dean Beatty, Dr. Hubert Phillips, Dean Baker, Registrar Wilma Wight Dean Lang, Dean Briggs and President Thomas. PRESlDENT'S CABINET THE President's Cabinet has many and varied duties, chief of which is serving in an ad- visory capacity to the college president, Dr. Thomas. Some of the major duties of the Cabinet rest in their responsibility of appointing tac- ulty members to the various committees in regard to administrative organization, passing on all major items of the administration, such as the work ot the audio-visual education committee, and passing upon questions about exceptions in registration procedure and admittance. lt also handles the problems not taken care ot by a specific committee, passes on unusual cases brought up by the deans, and sets the calendar ofthe school year. The president and seven faculty members make up the cabinet. Dr. Thomas as presi- dent heads the group. Other members are Dr. Forrest D. Brown, dean of students, Harold Beatty, dean of men, Dr. Hubert Phillips, head of the History Department, Miss Mary C. Baker dean of women, Mrs. Wilma Wight, registrar and secretary of the Cabinet, Dr. A. R. Lang, dean ot pretessional education, and Dr. Mitchell P. Briggs, dean of general education. l STUDENT 5 PRESlDENT'S l MESSAGE l ACING the colleges and uni- versities of today is one of the most complex and explosive problems that has ever existed. Most of the energies of the world seem dedicated to destruction, and oppression, yet the institu- tions of higher education remain an influence dedicated to the overthrow of the insecurity and misery that now face mankind. lt is the colleges and univer- sities that can-and must- shoulder this responsibility of re- placing the ignorance of the W0flCl Wlln Undefslnndlng Und Wendell Bell, President of the Associated Students knowledge, in order to direct of Fresno State College. man's energies from the realm at force and unintelligence into the realm of reason. It is they that have the potential tion. The ultimate responsibility for doing this rests ability to meet and solve today's problems. with the individual student as he takes his place in society. However, in order to realize this great potentiality, the facts and principles considered, primarily, as aca- demic questions in the classrooms, must be applied as dynamic and living principles to the actual situa- John Harlan, Coordinator The driver's seat Putting their souls into it STUDENT BODY OFFICERS VICE-PRESIDENT , AI Kuhn, Fall Barney Srnith, Spring SECRETARY Mary Ellen Hunt, Fall Janice Polson, Spring MEN'S LEGISLATIVE COMMISSIONER Merle Martin WOMEN'S LEGISLATIVE COMMISSIONER Deana Wilson, Fall Pat Heiskell, Spring COMMISSIONER OF ATHLETICS John Solo, Fall Bill Montgomery, Spring COMMISSIONER OF PUBLICATIONS Bob Minor Merle Martin tit' fe?-g"' 'Tm 'ffwi ' ' ' BREW- -5 'lin ' sw' EB? gimlmjw J , E -. 26? ,Twig Z E m .,,,,,, gg: mama Ig mann We is- ET Q W f' , fn fe sl 'V B4 I1'f , E' IABf.:ms,m fx: may ' .:. ,gg Im is W: E . , UE . . ' ' gB,E,'egai?xiFf.,1x is :A H gg ass qw F.fiB.':'-fr , '::: Q 1 , B191 ?3'fT'mfl5s'f'E mm-A5 , Bnaxxmaimlw E 1. If "' IEEE. ' I in mam E ' ' we wwf--K . H W 'H rms- gal?-v mmm r FEA Va F B m Q X a ss is ,im Q nl EEE nl E E. S, H B mms S, , ,. B is ' m mmm is Barney Smith Mary Ellen Hunt E"E'3"i'E'i?" Z Z 3'-I Deana Wilson Bill Montgomery mam -a n his ml mam ms . 5 M E Awsmis .n a - 1- ' ,gg E. na mm-Q may at is gm s mmm in 5 is m gsm ee iz me H ,. 5 gms an H. A H, m is , spa -a 'gang-if I , - - I- I ss. mlm--M. Bow. xiii' LIL' :Wifi if F 5551 . ,PSTN AI Kuhn Janice Polson Pat Heiskell Bob Minor ' M 1 , A ng K E . Ns H . xi ' " -., ' BE H ' W V - ., ,,,, ,' . Y Y W , J, ... .H Left to right, Arthur Safstrom, Dorothy Smith, Merle Martin, Al Kuhn, Wendell Bell, Dr. Frank W. Thomas Dr. Karl Falk, Deana Wilson, Emory Ratcliffe. BOARD CDF DIRECTORS EQUAL representation and voting power on the Board of Directors give the student body as much authority over the expenditures of Association finances as the administration. The student president, vice-president, and men's and women's legislative commissioners, together with Dr. Thomas, the college president, and three faculty members appointed by him, control and manage finances collected from various activities. Association dues and admission prices to all games and entertainments are fixed by the board. The board also has control of all appropriations for publications and athletics and it fixes the budgets of all student activities. The college union and the cafeteria come under the control of the board as well as the general manager and other employees of the Association. Duties and salaries are decided by the directors. Enforcing the constitution and by-laws, granting awards, and apportioning money for the loan fund are further jobs assigned to the board. A three-fourths majority vote is needed to pass any measure. Ratcliffe signs the checks. . . 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Stand- ing, John Duke, Bob Minor, John Caire, Ed Piston, Betty Kent, Arch Addington, Margaret Munson, Dr. Edward Tenney, chairman, Dorothy Smith, Dr. Paul Sheehan, Dr. Gertrude Billard, Deana Wilson, Nancy Jorgensen, and Art Safstrom. BCDARD OF PUBLICATIONS THE chief duties of the Board of Publications entail appointing editors of The Collegian, the Campus, the Caravan, and the Handbook-Directory, and supervising their publication. Funds appropriated by the college to the publications are handled by the board, and its approval is necessary for all publishing contracts and poli- cies. The board also has authority to dismiss the editor of any publication by a two-thirds majority vote. Four student officers and four faculty members appointed by the college president are voting members of the board. Non-voting members are the editors of the publications the journalism instructors, and representa- tives of the Association office. Faculty members are Dr. Edward V. Tenney chairman, and Arch Addington, Dr. Gertrude Billard, and Dorothy Smith. Student members are Nancy Jorgensen, president of the Associated Women Students, Wendell Bell, student body president, Bob Minor, commissioner of publications, and Pat Heiskell, women's legislative commissioner. - .---....-.- .......... ...---..-1.... - 1 f. 5. - . 1 ' f 1 1 - . . , g -f .. . V is X' . .1-X, A 5, . xx ,- ' - . ' r . f ' 1 r ' g w. M. lg A V. A lg 1' , .k. I , f - 1 I 6-.rl 5 v xv I J. ' A 1 I .- 4 , 1 ' K fig: 'KTA ,gb g X: ' ' 'H' - . - ' f4f' . ,l '. ya - , , I , 3 i Y, I x 3 3 , , . 4 K ,qw 4 , xx. ,- ,. ':, -H ' 1 ' ,,,, Q, f ,f- ', 1 -- -'A v X -. '. - A K A 'Jig f , , '-A. '7 ' , I I gf.: r , ' my-. .'.,v - ' Q- V ' 'I 5 N X .W ?'- -QQ V ' , Lf: 4.5 . " ck N ' ' 1. ir .f - .-' f H' ' 2 W . WH' 'Q ' L .H U 5 , , .4 -I 4 J-.l F.. . -,ygn V .. , ji, .., 'f'f'Y' K' 'J . w ' .Jan S-, 2 Hx --f - ' .- X. A- L x f., . - ' -J "f Dv :N-A E-A., -' ,E H -y t 3 ' ' Rams 4.7 . 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The closing and opening of the coed lounge whenever the condition of the lounge merits it is part of the Board's job. This year the lounge was open to students most of the time except for a few 24-hour periods when it was closed for a thorough cleaning and also as a reminder to keep it clean. New ash trays were purchased for the lounge this year and placed conveniently about the room. Members of the Board were William Forbes, chairman, Dean Baker, Dean Beatty, Nancy Jorgensen, AWS president, Wendell Bell, student president, Art Safstrom, manager of the Association, and Ray Emberton, chief of the building maintenance crew. A Women's lounge ' ' Tea time ' ' Coeds lounged win ' 'mf . '- -- -- - - ---Q ff-1117-:ravi--ez-f qv-:pair fgfygy-215 .r.-7-qpyw-gg Y 51-li .,....,...1.. .,.....1. Tl-,. .- ,,.. . ,, , , , -cy, -W-.fv----12:2-1-'.1w1e-'ff -- To --- . . ...,.:':i ,cg .tw-3 , '.-z.1..:T-.5 - --.A -5:fvQ-vs- f?yz,'-1?5,. QQ TLT' , 1 I 'Ls ..-1? -" iss,w-ew4:R11-"- P iii-xi :L-:T 12175.74-V 515 5L.:.5Tg:vg,,if5- I, Ii n t . , YA, ' i . "ful l 4 5 'Z . 1 .L4X..n .gf Seated, left to right, Diana Lubisich, Gordon Schmidt, Walter Doerty, Arthur Safstrom, Frank Snyder Bob McCoy, Deana Wilson, Wendell Bell, Al Kuhn, Standing, Lindsay Hallock, Janice Polson, Mary Meacham, Gene Marshall, Boyce Shelton, and Ben Matsui. STUDENT COUNCIL HE Student Council is the basis of the entire government of the associated student body. It is at meetings of this council that any student may assert his views and state his gripes, that amendments and by-laws to the constitution are formulated, that student poli- cies on every subject from cheating in examinations to racial discrimination are made. The council is the backbone of representative government because each of the 60 ac- tive, recognized college organizations may send one member to council meetings. That delegate is entitled to a vote on any question brought before the body. Meetings are open, however, to all students. Voting members of the council, in addition to the organization representatives, are the student body officers and the chairmen of all standing committees of the association. President Thomas, Dean of Women Baker, and Dean of Men Beatty act as advisors to the body. Although the constitution states that the council will act in an advisory capacity to the student president, no case is known in which the president failed to abide by the decision of the council. Other powers and duties listed in the constitution are the power to act, subject to the approval of the Board of Directors, upon all matters not otherwise provided for in the constitution and by-laws, and the obligation to "discuss all items of interest to the Fresno State College Association." ,ie Seated left to right, Donald Trabing, Richard Mallory, Mildred Schmidt, William Forbes, Robert Kon- ioyan, Margaret Dula, Carolynn Zumwalt, Janyce Nixon, Betty Hansen. Standing, Dick Ward, Gil Wilmer Robert Minor, Archie Chatterton, Robert Casebolt, and Barney Smith. STUDENT couNciL Presided over by Wendell Bell, student president, the council this year appointed a com- mittee to revise the constitution. The revision, which was started last year, was voted upon by the student body but failed to receive the two-thirds majority required for rati- fication, although more than half of the votes cast were favorable. After further revision, the new constitution was expected to be brought up for another vote late this spring. The council also voted to join the United States National Students Association, which automatically made every Stater a member of the NSA. Bob McCoy, '48, was appointed to head the Fresno State NSA committee. Some of the major activities initiated by the com- mittee were a series of forum programs of moving pictures and lectures begun by Atomic Energy Week, a campaign to get students on the curriculum and other faculty commit- tees, an anti-discrimination program using exhibits and articles illustrating contributions of minority groups to world culture, and an intramural bowling league tournament as an all-campus unifying activity. Sub-committees of the NSA are Frank Snyder and Leonard Hoff, racial discrimination, Gilbert Abcarian and Stuart Bryant, foreign study, and Dick Mallory, bowling league. Convention delegates were Steve Lagudis, Nancy Jorgensen, Hoff, and Mallory. Other members of the committees were Beverly Gibson, Bob Parrish, and Howard Hughes. Left to right are Barbara Riechel, Dean Beatty, Dean Baker, and Bill Larsen. DATE COMMITTEE PUBLIC RELATIONS CCMMITTEE ALL organizations on the campus to hold a social at- fair or activity must submit their proposed dates, which the com- mittee then approves. All cam- pus activities are then prepared into a calendar tor the semester. The committee is composed of the Dean ot Men, the Dean of Women, and a man and a wom- an student. THE job of the Public Relations Committee is to promote Fres- no State College in every way possible by using every publicity medium available, both local and national. Under spring sem- ester Chairman Tom Lynch, the committee concentrated its et- torts on the all-school show, Varsity Varieties. Enlarging the college curriculum, further de- velopment of the Agriculture Department, and the conducting of numerous polls were other campaigns carried out by the committee. Spring members were Carol Norman, Jeanette Smith, Mar- garet Munson, Blanche Faddis, Herb Greer, Chuck Price, Tom Riise, and Ruth Mazman. Lett to right are Carlos Wilton, Nancy Wockner, Mildred Schmidt, William Forbes, Chairman, Lenice Lord, Bina Hilden, and Robert Casebolt. Y . .V . ,Qs LAL,-,f,,4.,-..s,.., -.-.-1.4-nzvfrq .--...1-4-,-. " . . . jurisdiction over all cases involving the welfare of the col- lege," states Article l5, Section 5 Clause 2 of the constitution. The Student Court, which con- sists of the Dean of Men, two juniors, and two seniors, exerted its authority only once, that be- ing over the exuberant reactions of a few members of the rooting section during a football game. Later, however, through the combined efforts of the Student Court and the Rally Committee, the rooting section problem was successfully squelched. Roland Rude was chosen as a spring semester member of the court. THE F r e s h m o n Orientation Committee staged an assem- bly at which Dr. Frank W. Thom- as, Dr. Mitchell P, Briggs, and other faculty members greeted the 500 members of the fresh- man class. The class, one of the largest in the history of the coi- lege, was also made acquainted with the traditions, organiza- tions, and activities of the school. The annual Freshman Reception was held at the Rain- bow Ballroom, and a sport dance was given in the social hall of the student union. l Left to right are Dean Beatty, Helen Heitkotter, Barbara Busch and Benny Phillips. STUDENT COURT FRESHMAN CRIENTATION Left to right are Betty .lo Lord, Norma Hoey, and Loran Taylor Left to right, kneeling: Henry Rutherford, Barbara Johnson, Shirley Devlin, Doris Macdonell, Guinn Sin- clair Dorris Feuerstein, Anne Cochrane, Janice Kuhn, Jane Andersen, Jo Kluger, Gwen White, Donna Morrison. Standing, Bob Abakian, Jess Fernandez, James Robinson, Kai-Ho Mah, Dick Stoner, Sloan Coats, George Woosley, Bob Boney, Pat Snyder, Jack La Bonte, Dick Williams, Ted lnouye, Lucille Mills. RALLY COMMITTEE INTEREST in sports and school affairs is promoted by the rally committee in many ways. Card tricks and stunts at the football games were sponsored by the rally committee led by fall Chairman Henry Rutherford. Fireworks displays, skits, and skilful maneuvers by the band added color to the contests. Although not part of the Rally Committee, the pep girls and yell-leaders worked with them during football season to put on a good show. The trip to Stockton for the clash with College Bob Lurker, Hank Enns, and Loran Taylor lead photographer in yell. of the Pacific is recalled with happy grins by stu- dents. lt isn't the game, lt's the spiritlsi that counts. ln the spring, Guinn Sinclair, new chairman, ar- ranged for Hey Day and Masque Ball. Hey Day began as an afternoon frolic at Roeding Park clim- axed by the gala costume affair at night-the Masque Ball. A Duke and a Duchess reigned for the evening and awarded prizes for outstanding COSfL,lI'T1GS. Pep girls . . . Mary Minnitte, Anita Mittel- man, Jacky Carter, Nadine Nichols, Jeanette Smith. Front row, left to right, Beverly Gibson, Mildred Schmidt, Margaret Munson, Jane Andersen, Barbara Hebert. Back row, Barbara Rogers, Mary Lu Dennehy, Deana Wilson, Jeane Spence, Nancy Jorgensen Pauline Gist, Annie Shew, Pat Henry, Margaret Larsen, Dean Baker, Marian Browe. jam' Hoiglal Qiuzclva, ' , mimi Milfha. F! 55" 2929 kblz Nancy Jorgensen ASSOCIATED WCMEN STUDENTS . ONE of the more active service organizations is the Associ- ated Women Students, of which all women students are automatically members. Nancy Jorgensen, AWS President, Dean Baker, and Dr. Elizabeth Kelley, sponsors, and Miss Mari- an Browe, financial sponsor, deserve credit for their help. The AWS Stag Dance, the Queen's Tea, the Queen's Ball, a float in the Armistice Parade, a revised AWS constitution, the Christmas tree in the rnain foyer, Christmas presents for handi- capped children, the Spring Formal, the lecture series for wom- en students, the Coordinating Council, the exchange student fund, and refinishing the Women's Lounge and the AWS office were all AWS projects for the year. Lillian Mahnert, Beth Krum, Lilly Garabedian, Kathryn Dresser, Lois Reinold, Desanka Cucuk Frances Lucich Sue Carstens, Joan Ruby Front row, left to right, arerBetty Wood, Nancy Wockner, Norma Hoey, Eloise Pymm, Nadine Nichols, Barbara Thaxter, Barbara Hebert, Gil Wilmer, Chairman, Laura Briskett, Mary Jo Jastram, Pat Hedge, Mary Lou Porter. Back row, LaVerne Pope, Muriel King, Doris Reitz, Betty Jo Lord, Lenice Lord, Corinne Chollet, Virginia Tabor, Shirley Pearson, Madeline Lamphear, Pat Henry, and Marcelline Francesconi. ELECTION COMMITTEE HE machinery of the college voting system is under the direction of the Election Committee. This committee is in charge ot all elections of stu- dent body and class officers. lt enforces the rules governing elections and judges the eligibility of the candidates. For both student body and class offices, all eligible candidates submit petitions signed by 25 students. All student body card holders may vote at the primary elections to narrow down the num- ber of nominees for the general elections. The two candidates who receive the highest number of votes participate in the general election, if no can- didate has received a majority vote in the primary. Elections for class officers were held in October and March and student body officers were elected in December and May. The spring semester chairman was Norman Nordstrom, and sub-committee heads were Delbert Rasmussen, Betty Hammat, Beverly Gibson, and Walter Mitchell. Casting his vote Could he be a candidate? Counting ballots The library on registration day REGISTRAR? OFFICE N accurate record of courses taken and grades received by each student who registers for work at Fresno State College is prepared and maintained in the Reg- istrar's Office. Under the direction of Mrs. Wilma Wight, registrar, the office, located in the administration building of the col- lege, also provides transcripts of a stu- dent's record upon request of the student. In this office, records for degrees and credentials are evaluated and information is given to students and prospective gradu- ates regarding their individual records. Statistics concerning enrolment and major fields are also provided. Other duties car- ried out by the Registrar's Office include evaluating records of new students apply- ing for admission to Fresno State and giving information to entrants regarding admission requirements and registration. A new method of pre-registration was put into effect this spring to alleviate con- fusion on registration day. By this plan, students consulted with their advisers about their programs for next semester and new class programs were planned. Mrs. Margaret Voels, left, and June Potter, left, and Mrs Dorothy Long Mrs. Evelyn Leyden Mrs. Lillian Adney ASSOCIATION OFFICE LL student activities are financed through the Association Office with the approval of the Board of Directors. General manager of the Fresno State College Association is Arthur Safstrom, who appoints all employees of the Association. The Association Office acts as treasurer for many of the college organizations. The college is promoted and publicized by the Board of Public Relations, Plays, concerts, and athletic events are brought to the attention of the public through newspapers, magazines, and radio. Every week an average of 220 publicity releases on college activities are distributed throughout the Valley. Above are Adele Kendrick, Arthur Safstrom, Ella Jean James, and Joline Morrish of the Association Office. At left are T. Elton Foreman, Merle Martin, and Ed Piston, director of the Public Relations Office. PLANT SCIENCE PLANTING SPRAY RIG CUTTING ROOTS 1 fs n FSE? A Im .,. -3' 'Q -.., 4 . 1. n"i SQ 1. x:.N1'." I 3' . YK.-L I ,ML n B wwe., -.,., 1, ,. 3 2. A Jw: ' 1 57 . , - ' "f 'ia' 'wiv 99 " A A if-If A 'af mis- my 1-ww a A it ix 'L . 1 I . Hd' ' V "Z mf-- : ss ' 5, :nf mf was ss va. :vw mn .AQ M '15 EF 37 m '. H H N H ,m ma, V X I ', wma-we n . x aww ' ' X, 1 .sri HX ss Q f af ' 'X . .K Q W fr ,XYQLL . bv , .l r A . f f V . ' ' -..L .5 l I 'ar 3 H :SEQ .13 in N ig 5f ' K .. ' 1115? 1,4 . -1. scams c: ine . ' :' . iff -- .Q... 5 f:f,i?.1...'2K32ggQa-f.. - , H 1 fm ' .ms Sanus -ma' m a ' 'wmsm .Vg 1 f, 13. V , 54. .. -. .f,f,- -Q EDJ , ff,- 1 1 1 In 4. une. a m,q.,Yr-,, ' 1 lm: .'-.gg-.4 gr Q N fm as T., K, .Swept SP4 ".7::,: JI ,Ag . . na , 'mx QQ'- V . - ..,, E xx . na , M N." 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These departments deal with the immediate ends of education from obliterating liberal arts and the humanities. They give meaning both the means of and the reasons for education Social Science AJORS in social science, history, economics, political science, crimin- ology, and sociology-anthropology are offered by the Social Science Department, which has been headed by Emory Ratcliffe since l9l5. Com- prehensive curricula in these fields form much of the basis of the liberal education given at Fresno State College. Every student in the College takes at least l2 units of social science as well as courses in American history and the United States Constitution. The Criminology division, directed by William Dienstein, is the most recent addition to the department. Criminology majors, with one of the best college programs of study, are prepared for work in all fields related ss mms 5 as to the administration of justice. Some parole, prison, social work, school attendance, and laws. Students get practical training by doing actual traffic control in coopera- tion with the Fresno Police Department and other local and state agencies. Also, they have available for observation the only college lie-detector in the West. Since college criminology departments are the chief training medium for police work, wide opportunity for college trained personnel exists in this field. Mathematics HE Fresno State College Department of Mathematics provides the student with a well rounded background in mathematics. Under the direction of Dr. Frank R. Morris, the department offers a course of instruction to satisfy mathematics requirements in such major fields as Engineering and Physical Sciences, as well as a thorough program for students wishing to make math- ematics their major or minor. For students majoring in this field, the department offers such courses as analytical space and projective geometry, differential and integral calculus, ,M 'S-flrzfam. theory of equations, and differential U"t"' equations. A background course in mathematical analysis of statistics is offered to students interested in sta- tistical and observational data. To give students more personal assistance with their mathematical problems, the department provides a study room manned by department personnel. Students wishing to study astronomy find that the Mathematics Depart- ment offers valuable instruction in elementary astronomy, navigation, and constellation study. To provide practical training in this field, the depart- ment has, in addition to other astronomy equipment, two 4-inch telescopes. L i Philosophy THE Fresno State College Department of Philosophy, headed by Dr. Edward V. Tenney, offers a wide variety of courses for philosophy-psychology my majors. lntroductory courses in philosophy and logic and the history of philosophy are available to beginners in college philosophy. Among the L' more advanced courses offered by the department are problems of philos- ophy, introductions to ethics and aesthetics, philosophy of religion, living philosophies from world literature, functions of languages, and recent tendencies in philosophy. A special individual study course is available to advanced students. Probe- lems and units in this course are EDWARD V -I-ENNEY selected by consultation with the in- Structor. English THE Fresno State College English Department provides not only a full program for students wishing to major or minor in English, but also a well-rounded curriculum for students wishing to complete English require- ments for other major fields. T Headed by Dr. W. E. St. John, the department offers such basic courses as reading and composition, introduction to literature, and survey of English literature. Advanced courses such as Shakespeare, American literature, the English novel, and English drama are ELEMENTARY and advanced instruction in six for- eign languages is included in the program of the Fresno State College Foreign Language Department. Headed by Dr. Wesley Bird, the department offers excellent coverage of French, German, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, and Spanish. Dr. Bird succeeds Dr. Guy B. Colburn, who resigned to devote more time to teaching. The department includes in its curriculum such I'-, L44 suggested for the English major. The English Department also in- cludes in its program seminars in humor and satire, English tragedy, studies in Emerson and Whitman, and other courses leading to a General Secondary Credential in English. l Foreign Language ee courses as modern French plays, the French novel, German scientific reading, German literature, Cic- ero's orations, Virgil's Aeneid, commercial Spanish, and Spanish-American literature. Students planning graduate or professional train- ing find it advantageous to obtain a certificate of ability to read a foreign language by completing requirements or passing an examination given by the department head. V... l , l I .. 'N , .,,,w.c..Bi ART HE Fresno State College Art Department curriculum in- cludes courses designed to train both commercial artists and teachers, as well as courses in art appreciation. Special- ized courses are designed for elementary and secondary art teachers and teachers in related fields. For those in unrelated fields, general courses in background and appreciation are offered. Art classes are varied enough to provide broad and com- prehensive training for art majors and minors. Oil painting, watercolor, life drawing, interior decoration, art crafts, pottery, stage design, costume design, landscaping, and art photography are some of the courses offered by the depart- ment. Head of the department is Miss Alexandra Bradshaw, shown at work on her oil painting of President Thomas. DRA BRADSHA f .x ON. AND DESIGN - 0 1' -I I,,fx .2 R. I . 'X -"'-., I .mx f 4 I f-a n - FI I I J' ' -.J , ,.. . I LUSTRA ING II , .5 ,I xqlw !,I? .him I N I5 Ii ,I I J -...f' . M' IRI f I4 ' f I ...r'-I .,. . , If "J" ffy3l?i?f3,i R, ' L. Zi? 55 I ' 99 I 55"?V' Mi, , ,W ,,, I - Ai I 'ifgi - i . .. , .I 1377 .. R fm' 'f ' M INTERIOR DECORATING BIGLOGICAL SCIENCE A, E. CULBERTSON . 1 X X NERVE CHARTS fir J ,y h BAcTERioLoaY HEADED by A. E. Culbertson, the Department ot Biological Sciences includes the sub- departments ot biology, anatomy, bacteriology, botany, physiology, and Zoology. Besides courses leading to the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biology and Natural Sciences, this department offers the courses required for pre-professional training in medicine, dentistry, nursing, and pharmacy. One example of the facilities available to students is the George West Graves Botanical Gardens, which contain some 2,500 varieties of plant lite. Students are prepared for work in many fields, a few of which are animal breeding, anthropology, child welfare, conservation, plant pathology, and public health. MCLANE HALL swans- . 1 fs a : f W am f ' E - . x Z j ss as .ss n '2' Q! '- Q . .13 - 5, . 1 nl K" , as mfg .. sa 'Ji WEA w H E 'QU 1 E 5. w H lik . I. " - .mf , ss ss 1 a a www " -1 . ss : ' ff. a J 1 AWG. k' ff' 2-1-..., ..xH, f?.-4- V... an gains! ,.,. .. f - X A ,, ' ' Q,-Q x'.f-W, I. if .lf INA? V :.3 V: .- y Hg 1, - ' Y r- ! 1 f I - ::'- :': .G Qi .E- 2 Q- ' IQ. 2- .ia mf .nf - rs -. na P9315 . 25-Zig 'Fila-'ff ,1 , Y lv J . i.r'T'?1i 552 I Y . ' s ..f"'a g 'Y l - W- H.. ' .2571 it " .TEL 'Wh Hx S rf I-ff.. D E... yi: a- ' b l i fm- . - .. Ju in wg E Hnxi - f ' m r 5: AQ.. Hakim X ,Q , " -. . ,Kit . 'FX I 1 1 -fwlv ..- ..wr.:.. . Q.-.vf ,A '- 1 1 , , 4 1 L k I mwwu .1 -Av ., I1 U. :z , ju .X E+ 5 'Lg 1 :Lwlii CONDITIONING APPARATUS PSYCHOLOGY THE great need for trained personnel in fields ot psy- chology, psychotherapy, and psychiatry is just begin- ning to be generally recognized. The Fresno State College Psychology Department, however, has long been helping to till this need. Primary function ot this department, which is headed by Dr. Edward V. Tenney, is to prepare students majoring in psychology for careers in this field. Some, when they graduate, choose vocations as clinical psychologists, others continue their educations in professional schools. One ot the several secondary functions of the depart- ment is to give every student in college at least a general knowledge of psychology. Special emphasis is placed upon psychological training for teaching credential candidates. Recent additions are a child guidance clinic where ad- vanced psychology students do actual testing and coun- seling, and a lie-detector, used jointly by the Psychology and Criminology departments. The department also carries on a research program and an extensive testing and vocational guidance service. I-fit L ILD GUI EDWARD V MULTIPLE CHOICE . fa.: JOURNALISM PAUL Sl-I EEI-IAN .3-.. MAKEUP NEWS WRITING RANKING high among journalism schools in the state, the Fresno State College Department of Journalism offers a wide variety of training in the writing field. Under the direction of Dr. Paul V. Sheehan, department head, the Journalism Department gives practical training in news writing, feature writing, copy editing, newspaper management, publicity, newspaper advertising, and typography. Advanced jour- nalism students have the opportunity of gaining practical experi- ence in the publishing field by actually planning, coordinating, and managing the college publications. ln cooperation with San Joaquin Valley newspapers, the Jour- nalism Department acquaints the students with problems and policies of publications in this prospective area of employment, as well as with those of metropolitan papers in other areas. As part of its training program, the department has established a system of on-the-job training whereby students may work on Valley news- papers during summer vacation and receive pay as well as credits toward a degree in journalism. 4 fc., jw EDITING INTERVIEW GEOGRAPHY-- W'l'THithe' addition of a new seismograph, the Fresno State College Department of Geography-Geology boasts one of the best equipped earthquake stations in the country. Working in conjunction with the Coast and Geodetic Survey and other seismographic stations on the coast, the department furnishes strategic reports on earth movements. Headed by Dr. V. Calvon McKim, the Geography- Geology Department offers a wide variety of basic and technical instruction in such courses as meteorology, regional geography of continents, physiography of the United States, physical geology, historic geology, topo- graphic maps, and field geology. Included in the depart- ment's varied program is a series of field trips designed to better acquaint the student with the topography of the state and to give him practical experience in recog- nizing various rock and mineral formations. GEOLOGY f:,1'2'??' V CALVON MCK IM MI NERALOGY T REGISTER WEATHER STATION nz. 35:1 pie 'TL fm my .lfflifr P! 1: -" 1 i 3 If Nga 1 QI? , . F 5 fi Qwim ,., YL A, 'Q iii ' . W MV' u- Bmwkw h S I 1 I 7 A '. . , E ummm Y? Chl. mmiilwmhvx X Nkg1,,qxz " ' 1, ,A ,w.- fm' ff-if WW ' N ,. jg?" hi, W , M, -P lk-, J' ,f as if Q .f,, 1- - -wr 4 4 an HOME ECONOMICS I-IE Fresno State College Home Economics Depart- ment offers not only a well rounded program of domestic cmd social training but also valuable prepara- tion for the professional field. The department, headed by Miss Louise Porch, in- cludes in its curriculum the courses required by the American Dietetics Association for prospective hospital dieticians. They are principles of economics, quantity cookery, and institutional management. Practical ex- perience in the field of dietetics is gained by actual work in the student union cafeteria. To better equip students to meet family and social problems, the Home Economics Department offers a major in Family Life, including courses in food study, nutrition, textile selection, clothing construction weav- ing, home furnishing, social procedure, household equipment, marriage and family, and family finance. Students may also take work leading to the General Secondary Credential in I-lomemaking Education. Recently added to the department's training facilities are a house where students gain practical experience in home management and a children's nursery that offers actual training in child care. Making it a truly coeducational program, the depart- ment boasts a generous enrolment of men students in its social and home training class as well as in various other courses. mea. 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K E m mmmmm W Y mm .m W M V m mm mmmm m .. m m m m mmmmmm m :msn 5 mwmmmd mxmsgmmxl mmxmmmxmgm ms was mm mmm xmxzng m .sms E Ms mmmmmam m m E , E m mm 1 ms E mm m N E ,mm mm , B . mm. . V m 1 m mu m W x-x E m mm mm' , , mm mmmmmm m 555553: mmVmmmmmm Y H Q mm mmm M my 555 m mmmmmmm H H H - m mm E mm m m m m mm mm mm .m mmmmm 4 E Eh H m , mm H nw mmmmm mm H mm m mm N m m m I mm . i F m mm , mm mm. mmm mm m QE: A E mmxmmi EE. H H .. T xmsmnm E Kilim? Eggimnlm H B mm,' . , m mmrf H A . E .m ! , V . m mm mmmmmmmigm ma mxmmifgw mm mmm mm I M Mi E m mmmm ma my m m m Marjorie H. Chow Music GRADUATES 1948 Ronald R. Clothier Biology Eleanor R. Crippen Carl W. Dahlsfrorn chemisny fspegch Wanda Doyew " n Margyaref jDUlaA Spegclfd A ' -Sociology-Anfhroiiologye Eckenrod, Bemigey Irene Eidsonl "s:z,'iagf - - V E. Phyllis Fries f Speech Nadine Goodenough Physical Education D " lim. Ffpp, Q R V l lc lg jd , lix Zig? llc v-if: iv 15,5 fwkfx f -if .Mefhsmsfifs eclajracg 'Finn-elle. ' I Biola.gyV E 'Pumgjg qfqoodfichi, Commerce'-We ,lt Q Erma Jean Collins 4PhghiQey7, yC-g5ygFanl3TTf,,l2gg5g5?.Q5,EiQ!awford ,'HumE'1EEEnTdiiiE5 '7 ' Dorothy llrnan - ' Prqysicali 'scielqeey 1 Rehn 5Dli!!'bU'lll1 Physical 'idllCGll'l0l1 A fi, . , . Keller G. v,Ellig f ' Biology 1,1337 ,J-Y, iw-VV if ,- Eleanor Gomlin Che,mi's!ry, ' J Pdr.i'-Gablwihgg , up eqiibifb E 'y , . . Q- Eivalynlfzl i4 Doug herfy sswsfsvhvfsslvixsf' 11 g' ' 'af' ' NT?" ,.Mariagrgl5iylsinger V 1','5'V V .fi Alain 1L- Qiiiiilev . ' - - , I-5 V: -J . , 'T . fy? ,I .,-.Ai- 'V A"' 'jx-V' , Gentry Pllilagifihy-Psychology .f K. 4..-f Miriam Gove Physical Education W?gQ5Mj7JEfsS Wu-uo's WHO AMONG sENloRs i1i,,C.af'liQ'fherce '+L A. Jw Beith.-lol, Ediwa rds ii " i . ML Willialipf Home . ,M v lv X Clifford at Comme e HELEN ALLES MORTENSEN JOHN HARLAN BETTY KENT , Xx, , E fm. M7 X N. L X . 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I 1 1 A4 M 1. f-ll 5- f .sa I L 1 H 1 N B ma an ss , E ms mmw sums E. a . mn ss a ms a ms a ss a mn n A ,f a an ss B., B w ff- : fm-if--M-www wa B ma nm mn ms amass m mn M 'H msmmsnm ss ss ms mx ss . a ss Hx a ss W-1? gs ,I 1 rx .ii 1 , , 1 1 1 Q 5 H We . . E ff gsmmfm .-:. Bw B r lv W X ffm l ' H K I , ,s - E X mf mu ss a Frances Greening Education GRADUATES 1948 Phyllis Hagey Social Science Henry QL' F flnilustridl. 'Eclucdtloltl H-nm 1 "fl'Qfa't,l1ematics V , .i gi icci , 4 if f r 13 John Harlan Elizabetuhwlilayesy 1LoisZ'H. -Hayes ibmrgyliarili Hellgijifzilg, Heitkotter Commerce Biology' - 1 Education' V ' "'A.' .iionomics ' ' 'ff' I ' 'If' 7 I V I , Y . V 1 1 'V Elizabeth 'Helen Jean, Hopkins Forest lHu:ldle5ton Roy' Hudson Helka' Mtxiq-IXIBY Edugotifill V V Music Music 1 off' J J -A Nc 'x -fx. ' ,. - A A , ,'i"j?.' ' L., flfyhilwlshimota' Betty Hale Jackson David S. Jacltgogff' :Collet-in ilejpeifsen Bettylt-,CL-llollisfy n A grucu'.ilTi'i"Fe"a'i"5 jj.5-.Lf-ilihllusigv-fLf:M 'cllBllSiSf5!?iA'4'F-Z 1 Af' "HL "" ""f---fQ- -1 fgM'fj',j'jff-3" 1 Q F 'N A 9 Z' If VV . , bn V 1 -IP I k an XJ Nilda Johnson ' nkosemary Johnson Sale Johnson anagawa Lorraine1llg,K. ,l Edumion .Art y iidueafian, y Biology lsosuke Sookie Kawai REEQEIIQQQ. Kdyibl' Vlfallgcegt Betty Kent Charle exon Psychology Comm-c::T?e"f'feee-e.Jie-4Gec'iEiia'i:-hy Journalism Physical Education fa asf Q Que 4 V Q N-. L , '--'V' r' , r 'xyf' S ws-lo's WI-lo AMONG sENloRs WILLIAM FORBES DOROTHY DILLMAN WENDELL BELL if , a ENV. v . X 1 ' '- -.,., Y l l -'-' h M'-k FN, 2 Q 1 Aix- if wr, Xf xx AXX I J, ,, 7 J 'x I 'FJ I f., . if 4. .. X cf, Sf , . Q' v ' V :M s Af ' T ,f !4 I 1 X 1 I A za ss 5 K N, M. H 'Q- xx I AX X f. I V 1 ,- fam ,X , H25 y Q 1: nz SNK 'QW mi u H A ws use X V I ' 2: N :-.J - 1-11 I it A f w 6 , E B 4, T' V fl V5-.uf F1 V' ' 1 1 :A R. ' a"'s-av .si x W" V 351 v . if J . 1 Q 1 F 1 Q U. 'ski .Xl HA 1 x I ' ,, T Q 41 ., x 63 w I ' T-' " :ga g f- Q ,31f- " 'I ff.: ' k .:. -Q:-7' -1 :fx 1- . , if . :. ... u l, H WS. L . -lg , Y, -, l W Q W, V - mi Herbert King A Spanish Jack D. La Bonfe Commerce Ruth Lewis-,' Psychology c:m.ia'sviye"i A A-ei as Mary Mochizuki ,A Education If LY Stanley R. Murphy Physics 'i?5f-223.2 1,153 QR ,llg l if 1 A 'r'ffXf-IJX f A JEJJ JOHN SOLO GRADUATES 1948 Mildred M. Kinzel Helen Claire Kleine- 'i,bMQ-lj,K9hCyqShl-if-.fff"t'e'AJflfli!1ll Education ' Commerce' 5 V, 'Qoinnierce Harry J. Larienn' 'Margaretlarsen Willliam HiY'LareenT- Larson Com n-ierce Commerce Cmrnerce-Ag ricultuieg -v lf,-ll Educdfion laGordon c. Long umm Lubisich wsnlqmaiaonell Phllrisnmkgsh f f K Conan-perce' A 1 X Commerce ,,ffHistolgy Fducafionlix . V . lfvjlvj.-Q y A -.T Ansy Y xxx, , Kenneth McCarthy Roherf E. McCoya,,-j4""Donna Mg"'McKrlight June lE.lMcNeil , ,-'f V - I l' , '. ,Fcgnamics Political Science? 'Biology If Qnglifhlf- V i A L S ll c Richard JT. Moller Florence Mooradion Helene A.,y'Mortensen James ' , A 'HHN' N R"-'-M . Mathematics Commerce ,Sociology PoIiticQl33Sci9l!S?1llM'mv f ' ' 'V 'fVw.M. .ff L up lfwlll A ciee A , L S w. WSJ-f" George, -Nance Norman 'Nordslrom' Carol Norman Fred Pil Qfskn Commerce: -f-4 W.: ,L Social 'Science Speech Geologyl WHO'S WHO AMONG SENIORS ANNIE SHEW BENNY PHILLIPS Q53 ,wa- L VV' r, L , ,1 if -TSaiE"fQm 'a fl H-J by xg? fa- if W' 1 ,J .:?' if ' , l ': - 1 '- Y 1 '- w aa aa 'aiia E m mmmma m , - ,. m mm f 'm arf Q N aa a aa a gg Sf H, -gang a a aa 4 ai ma ., - 2 Em a ,Z W H: my I EF m 2 m 2 ,win fikgiag'-,-' mm x-fmmmmggmmmm mama N ,. qgwmmgmmmmmm mmmm mm mm Baa ' - 'ixm,..wQ., a. . mag a aaa aa -aaaaam .. - . -, E. EH E H m m m-f m-za.. ., EE - ' mm m E' mm mmmmmm mmmmmmmmm mam- W 'la m-mama Em EH H E- M mm m m E m -a mm - m - a a aa ag, -a aa a E E m m 1 . ,., - 'm :m amm -mm mm mam aa-aim . 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Ymx. --- a-far mamma mm mg- m mm m mmmm mm m m mm mim m m m m, sm m m - H .l aa za mm m I N m mmm m ma mm m mmm mmm m mm mm 5. m m m m is m - mm I v 11- W i 2 -1- :.,.,2 ,, Ian..-a ' -1- L, . v mm mm y mm mmm :mm m mg Hi m m mu mm mm mmmm-- mm m m m mm Edward M. Osander - A: Commerce Gerry Parks Arnold Commerce - GRADUATES 1948 Zavart Osganian Lurl S. Ostrander, Jr. Margaret K. Ostrander gm,-Ray,fg,iPaImer Commerce .Y Sam M. Pavlojgialiw' 'Benny' YA. Phillips' Ensiwsrilfell William L. Puller ,,,ff"" J Social Sclencegf -.- ,F J. A , I' " ' g,Pli,y1lifSf.gRiP1PY J e:ilLe3'fWf'?'f'4f Jewel Rogers if Commerce fd ,if ...Be af. I Graham D. Rufflaf' Biology 'air' i '52-1, QQ 3? i memj 4 s-iam, 'raging ,RQJ7El'l5. 4'l'!Y5llQll"!Y --ifiig,-L , Q-1-:Q..,,. AQTDK.-- A- Y Ge9l99.Y-., .... -., ...V. -V wr: 'fejigilsfry 4'-J.-'f"' T' ' ' .. VV b I' Qfir J Fern . liiggenia Pratt Journalism Cliemishgy ' 7'sli?ech V 4-'fit Tl V' William D..M. Reeves Joane,Rieiss Williqmgg Iflgeynolds V Eiljineerilllg Ediieation 4' -.xxx J J! JE , . we 3 N,-N :"Gldl'il- E1 'wkblleffinlrffj' Fdfli 'R6Bii'lQqin V! Commerce ifjijjil' Edutdliim . J: A ,Aff 1 ' ' -?- -. V ff' i WV :iuv V fArIene- R956 Gleriii' Rose Biology ' ' Cfammerce . J A. lRull1erfori!, wwmggggpvz V- mcaaIaqy4v1-ilmvlfi' -.AL I ' La :A "ff :gLY Y,-, .-i'ff'Z!1 rf an Joxffilse Ma rjoriel ' ilix li' v K.. M? I ' sf' J l . Charlene Rydelius George ,f Home-,Economics Biolo peech li-Q WHo's WHO AMONG sENloRs MARIAN DYSINGER ROBERT McCOY ROSEMARY JOHNSON 'xt-?s'.5i vm-4-nun..-W ,4:.f4-1-1iG.. 1 1, "" 'I ISIIMIZELI As. ssr?sI-as ws A f' lf? 's-511' A Gif! . L5-Wrfs We ws! .II Y 'II 'N -IIT , I 1 Y s. s III. ,.4. I J! .- assi E I? s.III mm fi? ns '- 5: ws? s mg: s. f 52 aqua? ' :W a .fra .Q gsslw.. 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I s s '- ss s - s s I :I sw Y - -4 W W I ss s E s s - is M I E ,ss I ss s .sys I I WE. ssss ss ss EX E W B. s ss ss ssss ss ss- II II XE X B S - is is B E . E 3232 H E ' sss ss ss ss s is sz H ss ss Wiss s sss ss 2 I L GRADUATES 1948 .F- Margaret Saunders Marjorie Saylor Marybeth Schaeffer Carl WeWS-chahrerquw-5Mil,51re5:li..QA,-Eigahmidl' 'Social Science Physical Education J-,,.jE5lurcal'ipri 'i 'ii' Y' fi 'W ' 'Q Nancy J. Schulmeister Gordon G.LSc6lff' 4- f A lilaralil fslielglpn S Sliew Shupe Commerce Joarnilism A I - V ' Commerce' - A Journalism., ' if lndiistiialliducation of ' W l A ' ' Lf' 'if Vi . . f 1 n G . S V - -, , iff, Elsie Smith by ' John Solo' Mable 'Sousa , A Jeanelipenee Rockas Genie! Sfgplmiens Home Econpnilcg ' n ' 'V Pl1ysicaI"Educalfion ' Pliysical-Education ' .V -'lf6lijfl5:ifNS,cience Physiial .. Y V , G f . , iii,-2 fix. rc .rnu V . V- :Et yi 'Clyvene -Sail-er A yl1ic'hai'd'Eg QI-flj.,.Sallivanf Pbarotlgeao Slinier Q ff: A niques Richarcl'-H',."frQ1i!n 'Maw ""Eom:-nercee -e,'e4,gwbLgaQufammerce , ' Art ' 7 ' ' ' Sociology. if ,A .f O fl S G laic , y i ' Billie Ann Turner ,l S Carol ,Vanffhgyl A .Roberhlay Venn,,Jr. Verna Lee Viau Jean kyallgllgmlliig Bialogy je V . Arif- Commerce J 'Q Etlication Ed U Joel Warkentin Mlalqtlmry E6iS"AA1Watfenbargxe5 Stanley A. - er Social Science Cl'ien1'ifI'ry4e,mQ AN ,',Gglfri1erce""!Vf v.-.-uid. fe. -nen- fiiiggl, lyk ey Fl G 'wc' v "Le ul nl 9 Y' 4, 5,1 133 Tis! 'fl Irene Watkins Biology as WHO'S WI-no AMONG sermons UU Biologka HENRY RUTHERFORD HELEN HEITKOTTER GORDON LONG Deana Wilson Physical Science GRADUATES 1948 1 Q p I fi Marilyn M. Hansen . Education H 1 Z Lee Wood, Jr. George Woodbury Isabelle Wong Hasmig Yeramian Lina M. A. Yerger Samuel Biology Commerce Biology Biology Biology Physical Richard B. Abbott Donald D. Dortmeier Rosellen Kershaw Anna E. Robinson Commerce Social Science Social Science Education Charlotte Kofoid Allen Chester R. Duckhorn Nick T. Kourqfas Sanford L. Rodgers Biology C0mmel'Ce Commerce Physical Education Lee R. Angelich Physical Education Roger Ernest Barthuli Industrial Education Gerald Lynn Berryhill Biology Hollis Garber Best Economics Benjamin William Donovan Commerce Vernon Loren Physical Education Deon Allen Maurice F. Englander, Jr. Robert S. English J ack Byron Physical Social Ralph M. Mae Music Charles R. W Psychology Roland E. Biology Viola M. Biology Sociology Earnest Collinsworth C. Pappas James Floyd W Commerce Nursing Speech Commerce Thomas E. Corn Arthur Jost James Quick Berge Yenovkian Agriculture English Chemistry Commerce Geraldine S. Coyne Anna Kalbach Hal Glenn Raley John Robert Young Education Education Physical Education English James H. Crandall Michael Kershaw Gwendolynne M. Reimer Ara George Zakarian Natural Science Political Science Education Chemistry Q John Harlan President Fall Carol Van Tuyl Social Chairman Fall Dave Rogers Vice-President Fall Lois Wattenbarger Secretary Fall is sa .S . 4. .ww ni 5. OFFICERS, Class of 1948 - Y - . ...,.-. .,., Hg --W. . V . , 4.-,., TI". -I-' 2 f .. l sim . it l :kj i E M l I is I E M M xx K M E W M N . W lm, . r H ' E1 - lf , A -- S H ll' x 1 '- " -:.:.:.:.. :.:. x 1 , it H W? H X Y. E35 '. - ws" as ....,,,., a.. EVE B A -- ,-m-- Y-V ---- -f-fw--1 -Y Y, . 1 H - V Minis as is me Bill Forbes President Spring Corinne Chollet Social Chairman Spring Robert Schmidt Vice-President Spring Mildred Basye Secretory Spring OFFICERS, Class ol I949 me :H ,. E E ig 5 E E :ii H T BEE 38 ss mm SSE sg 2 z SH B E ww Loran Taylor 5 is , mmm President B Fall W- E B E .sis M H E SSE is It H 2: 3 , ,H H 2 E gg 1-.. 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Nadine Kennedy, as AWS president, was about the most active person on the hill, and Red River Dave Parker, AMS head, about the most easygoing. Heading the faculty were Deans Earl Wight and Karl Falk and Dean of Women Ruth Waterman. REMEMBER? The faculty assembly .... Arthur Bryon as an alcoholic fraternity man .... Doris Falk and Larry Kaiser dancing the Charleston to Yes, Sir, She's My Baby ..., Pearledna Larsen's wonderful decora- tions for the Friday night dances .... Assemblies on Tuesday nights, followed by dances in the social hall .... Hal Raley's Deer Creek Ramblers winning the men's softball tournament, and Bev Campbell's team taking the mixed teams title .... Big Joe Little winning the horseshoes and ping pong tournaments ..,. Saturday "hikes", mostly on wheels, led by Addington, Ratcliffe, 81 Co .... Vespers in the Forest Theater on Sunday afternoons, with music by Arthur Berdahl's mixed chorus .... Concerts by the SSS orchestra, the Dexters, Bryon, and others .... 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Donna Morrison, a Fresno State coed, was chosen queen of the parade and reviewed the many college entries from the judges stand. As always, the college entries were char- acterized by their high degree of originality and humor. if nakgwv, mb QL. sa W ,f51H.' W 'TW 2, -W Ki: 1 , H E ..,,5j': HL g..,gW A W ' H Q'.??W?E5?w 2 ,Lv , Y t 'r .-211-.5 ,jk 4. ...J '.-.Lf-..---1 , 115.6 , "' f ' . 'im C'T"F" ima iwwilg A : 'YH if-Q' 3 -H -sw Q. E 'I gg W. 311353,-1 vgixmvs . , N H13 IHS 5 gm: .Ei -sm . ME, wrzim .H :msg ,n ss. s mn ' a 'sf f it- Ei ms mf A ,dns -.xg -'arf ,W S W My ri? f fi? 3' 1 Yip hw THE COLLEGIAN 53 X aims 5 5?:?xI BETTY KENT Editor HENRY OLIVER Advertising Manager BENNY PHILLIPS MARGARET GENE KING MARIANNE Managing Editor- MUNSON Managing Editor- CRUMPACKE Fall Managing Editor--Fall Spring Copy Editor ANNIE SHEW BOB RIECHEL JEWEL ROGERS GORDON SCOTT ORAMAE OSBORNE Club Editor Photographer Circulation Manager Photographer Reporter DON POOLE BOB MINOR DESANKA CUCUK THOMAS LYNCH HERB I CDE Reporter Reporter Reporter Reporter Reporter I' i r iz f N v N 1 HANDBOOK-DIRECTORY GENE KING Associate Editor if ' RICHARD UDE GEORGE KERBER Advertising Manager Art Editor HARLES PRICE WILLIAM DAVIES ANNIE SHEW TED BERNDT GORDON KIERSTINE Editor MILT ROTH GERRY ARNOLD Assistant Editor Tfqgfirm 'THQ Vg: :I 'ms' is in is as ww, si - w an I V-an ' 2: is WHS ' ' nm imgnw Q, wax 'www u ' is a U tg .Hs H H H K H EH nl E H E si an nm ms xx an in as is 85. m mxmxmxjix H, mmm E .1 an x s is an sas ms is an an is nfs mam ms mn is z mn msn ms wams m s is m ms. 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H E M Mmmsw. as E M E 5 H H' sm' Q mga anagrams -U -H E -lm' H VH Hmmm mmmmfip sm ,Km THOMAS LYNCH Associate Editor Features BETTY KENT Associate Editor SHIRLEY PHILLIPS Associate Editor Poetry BARBARBA RIECHEL Art Editor BOB Rl ECHEL Photographer ORAMAE OSBORNE Exchange Editor JOHN BALL LOWAYNE TIDWELL PATRICIA HEISKELL GENE KING DON POOLE CARAVAN MARGARET MUNSON Editor JOHN CAIRE Adve rti sing Manage r JEAN CLEMENS Associate Editor Fiction is an it Us M ms ss is vi in .fm ss m .J ic.- 'Wi -tra? L an I m I mam an E sm 'W sw is ms B in I an is , is E 1 Wie s THE CAMPUS V. I . I I JOHN BALL Editor "Never Again" JIM LEAR - Assistant Editor BARBARA RIECHEL Art Editor and Makeup SKIP HALLOCK Coordinating Editor Huufs Ilm Campus coming?" BILL MACK Campus Life Editor "Call me ai Punclufs" LORRAI NE ALEXANDER Organizations Editor 'TU luwe it lomorrown LOIS REINOLD Classes Editor "Had your senior picture tuler:n?" WARREN KRAFT Athletics Co-editor "Did you call Al?" DAVE JUENKE Athletics Co-editor UNO, l lfmuglzl you culled llilllu MARIAN MOSESIAN Makeup ull wus lrm HIUCII for men ELIZABETH PAREGIAN Organizations Uxvluii? ll's flue today?" MARGARET MUNSON Copy nArvn'l l on llm wrong page?" BOB RI EC H EL Student Photographer ,alll ,Ill IOSHI MUIICQ' , . . BETHANY TERRASS Typist MILS given nw lIllllfIllfliISn GENE KING H Copy Anyilung for me lo do? get ,Z 91, 'V .f f lx ,sq SADIE HAWKINS DAY Daisy Mae Goodwin done caught Lil' Abner Clancy. The greased pigs had it. E Www Man catching lsobl day dawned amid the wails of the tearful and howls of terror from the males. It was the day of reckoning for many a trousered Stater. The preliminaries were won by the perennial sen- ior, Gordon Scott, who brought home the bacon in the hog calling divi- sion. That night a dance to celebrate the marriage of Daisy Mae and Lil' Abner was held at the Palomar. l-log callin' Sabin Gray. -: Hairless Bill Larsen and posse Wendy Bell, Dick Ward, Delbert Rasmussen V. V. Coetts, Janice Polson, Nadine Nichols, Jeanette Smith, Pat Hardin, Janice Kulgren, LaVerne Pope, Judy Blake, Beverly Buchman, Patricia Hardman, Corabelle Atkinson, Betty Dutrow, and Norma Chambers. The l948 all school production, Varsity Varieties, under the direction ot Don Levy and Ed Butts, opened April 23 at Memorial Auditorium for a two night run. The Varieties, dedicated this year to Dr. Frank W. Thomas, enriched by 55,000 the fund which will be used to build a living memorial to the World War ll dead of Fresno State College. VARSITY VARIETIES 1- il i E fri , " 5' "l ,ff :fl 5' 'S 7 '- ' f 31? J,,.':ilL.Q'!i ' A."-'I 'f '-18:1 W- 2 .1 f .1 '-1 if to - 4-V-2 -f -y.. 1-..., ee". .lsr vrr- 1 Y . 'J A Izhfpzrf f-:Q " K fwfr I :ng fa f' f l A' . " if lm" - -' E rf--i ' v,-LA.: -' - 15 gf . 5 f-1.1 5 .Q ':. 7, HU f' LE E H ' , 1 1. ,j f . 1 N -. , . ,I X in ' at ' N l .,, Z .y,. .X yl , . . l 2' H r " ' " i i ' , 'E 1 1- -, ' ii ' 1 wa 31 " l :ilk V l ' -f . : - 1 'kts 51139.54 :V le -X . Vit? '3 tt. 55. 1 4:-lpfgg5 s.t3,,: ,73 --1 E 5 'J 'fd'-sw,-zz :HSCJ2 ' , GIL ABCARIAN Musical Director Produced by Dick Ward, publicized by Tom Lynch, and written by T. Elton Foreman, the show provided talented Staters with an opportunity to show their specialties. Quinn Millar, as Boris lvanovitch Nogotovich Nyagoudenoot, was called back for curtain call after curtain call, Joanne Martin, violinist accom- panied by Janet Wallin, showed the audience why she had appeared in concerts in the Hollywood Bowl. Bob McCoy, master ot ceremonies, and Don Levy, director, meet the press. Three oldtimers clutch their beavers as the photographer snaps f-.fi-F' b 0 Marie TULIUUI In 1 ' D singer M . Antrobus, M0"'0"l Y Bob Cggfrgjne Leiter, Shirley Doty as Gladys, is gilt Fred Thorp GS l'lef"Y- GUEST IN THE House h ir raising per Leila Rabaioli gave 0, OH- ' h tic guest in T 9 Ce as the neuro . Orrnor-1 u.-,LL..L.ek, 1-QL3d1l'J,l'1lfOdU.C1-,lon ,Qfi-he indecisive Richard ll. schenk for a fine job. The large cast, richly clad in period costumes, was extremely well chosen with Gordon Lacy, Sam Peckinpah Robert Ogle, Jerry Pheley, Ruth Miller Roland Rude, Roselene Reardon Jack Warren, Richard Hanavan, Herb Greer and Ernest Smith giving a thoroughly professional treatment to the Shakes pearean drama. The production was under the direc tion of Howard J. Campbell. His fortunes reversed, Richard awaits imprisonment as the usurper watches from the steps of the throne. 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John Ball Marion Mosesian---.. ........ . ............. Secretary ............ I .... - ..... Margaret Munson David Juenke .................. ............ T reasurer ............ . .................. David Juenke SPONSORS Paul V. Sheehan, John H. Duke MEMBERS Janet Adams, Lorraine Alexander, Bonnie Beeman, Marianne Crumpacker, Betty Kent, Gene M. King, Warren Kraft, Thomas Lynch, Benny Phillips, Don Schoettler, Gordon Scott, Annie Shew, Jean McCain. ........D- N .. , I.. ...I II..,-f,IIt-I..I -,.?....I...I.Q. I I I .-I, I I -II mms was H- 5121 E SIKIIEFLQZIEVE :II M . 35-'IIIIP IIB ms I II was I E II , IISIII I III --:II,.I. I.: II . - I ,I .1 III ...II III . I I I- WI III - -5. . I II Z I Im E III Ei IIII I - I II II I' II I 1-I " Ig, II - E WHERE SSE E S8 E EEE S8 mn E ' I I I I .I . III Mm I H II Wt I B E I H I it Ii", . . W I III I I- I I .II . III ' Q II II I 5 I I I mg I .- I I I - III. is II E E IIIMS I Is, I I . sll- II, I . E 1.1 I I I .. III . 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P r esident William Forbes- .... .. .,............... . ........ ----Vice-President AI Kahne--- ..L.,,.. ..,...... . . ....L.,... ....... S ecretary-Treasurer SPONSORS Mitchell P. Briggs, Collins Burnett, A. R. Lang, Louis Mudge, Edward V. Tenney, Earl H. Wight. ' MEMBERS John Ball, Wendell Bell, Robert Casebolt John Harlan, Don Levy, Gordon Long, Merle Martin, Robert McCoy, Robert Minor, Mel Peterson, Benny Phillips, Gordon Scott, Barney Smith, John Solo, Loran Taylor, Franz Wein- schenk, Robert Venn. ive., ,,,., ....,. ..-. A ..,, L m -GK 5 W E , ss E ms Is It HB H - a ms I I ...If H , H il- I- git. ' -If . 'J HIE ' .X I E. 5 E I , f 'P BRONZE BUCKLE MEN'S HONORARY SPEECH FRATERNITY FALL OFFICERS SPRING John Harlan ,...,... .,.,,.,L.,. P resident ........ ..,.,..,.,. J ack Hall Jack Hall--,. ,......., ............ V ice-President ........,. .L..v. R oland Rude Roland Rude ........ ........ S ecretary-Treasurer .... ...,.. Bill Walsh SPONSORS Charles Taylor, T. Elton Foreman MEMBERS Merlyn Burriss, Edward Butts, lrvin Craig, Carl Dahlstrom, Don Levy, Quinn Millar, George Nance, Robert Ogle, Jack Warren, Franz Weinschenk. l lm H we a BURRISS BUTTS CRAIG DAHLSTROM FOR EMAN LEVY MILLAR NANCE OGLE RUDE WALSH WARREN WEINSCHENK , ss HARLAN HALL B 1' Q? ' ' ., Lf, 'g A ilu, I ' s J -:zu ,je yfb- X CHARM CHORUS Janet Wallin ....... H....... . ......, .. .............. P r esident Betty Jackson ...... ...... V ice-President Barbara Mills ...... ........... S ecretary Pat Hardman ,..... .,..... . , ,......... ...... 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WONG, M iii ,, CHINESE STUDENTS CLUB OFFICERS Virginia Yick ..... ........ , ,.,,,,--. ,,,,..-,,--, P r esident Mari Wong ,..... ...... V ice-President Virginia Mar ...... ....... - ---Secretary Dick Lee ...... ...... T reasurer SPONSORS Francis A. Wiley, William Dienstein MEMBERS Tsu Sing Cheng, Hansen Chin, Dennis Chinn, Virginia Chong, Marjorie Chow, Herbert Fung, Ralph Gee, Henry Gong, Thelma Haw, James Huey, Arlene Jing, Darlene Jing, David Jue, Wellman Jue, William Jue, Peter Lai, Albert Lee, Do Sin Lee, Harding Lee, Mary Lee, Allison Lew, Bernard Lew, Eugene Lew, Po Yin Lim, Edward Lowe, Eugene Lowe, Edwin Lum, Earl Mah, Kai Ho Mah, Allen Mar, Glenn Mar, Henry Mar, Roland Mar, Annie Shew, Harold Wong, Isabelle Wong, Jim Wong, Joe Wong, Phyllis Wong. CHENG CHONG CHOW HAW L 1.4 N43-.. -5 ii ,,,,, Z na Jima, A June, D. LEE, M. MAH, K. .L .-.,. 1 fig, I ..i. I 1 H s. V is ' is x sf: MAR, G. H MAR, v. 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Ramirez, William Reevves, Frederick Rish, Max Rothe, Jim Roullard, Arnold Rummelsburg, Louis Scherer, Lawrence C. Simmons, Barney C. Smith, Gerald Stevens, Donald Timmons, Douglas L. Walker, George Zerlang. , Z.. BUSICK if 1- HELM .... 1NouYE Joruku I H H , we , A -...B li W If w H MSI V W. B S8 E FSH' B . . X8 i. is 365, 3 9' as as MURCHIE Q NELSON ii NORWOOD RAMIREZ is is mam,- as REEVES ROTHE SCHERER SMITH, B. HSE E FRESHMAN WOMEN'S LUNCHEON CLUB FRESHMAN WOMEN'S SERVICE GROUP Spring Semester OFFICERS l President .................. - .....,.,......,...... .......... R u th Kohler Vice-President ,-vEv.,,.,,,, E.,,..... S ue Carstens Secretary-Treasurer ,.E,.E,v -, ,.,. .,,,, . 7 EeEEEE,., .,.,,., J an Doshier MEMBERS Darlene Austin, Shirley Baker, Gloria Bardson, Desanka Cucuk, Jan Doshier, Kathryn Dresser, Kathy Feramisco, Adrienne, Hays, Beverly Kohler, Beth Krum, Lois Livengood, Barbara Martin, Shirley Masters, Peggy Mathews, Doris Mc- Donnell, Priscilla McKim, Sue Milton, Anita Mittleman, Nadine L. Nichols, Lori Ponsart, Mary Lou Porter, Lois Reinold, Jackie Ricker, Barbara Rogers, Betty Roullard, Betty Stewart, Maryanne Wold, Nancy Vllysong. 22-if I ' .I I I I 512 KOHLER CARSTEN5 ff? , MI AUSTIN BAKER BORDSON CUCUK DOSHIER DRESSER FERAMISCO HAYES KOHLER KRUM LIVENGOOD MARTIN MASTERS MATHEWS MCDONELL MILTON MITTLEMAN NICHOLS PONSART REINOLD RICKER ROGERS ROULLARD STEWART WOLD VJYSONG - ! w, if VI , , :jr ,V KRUM HUMPHREYS SALLY BAIRD JOYCE BESHEARS GLORIA BORDSON ,, SUE CARSTENS BEVERLY CARTWRIGHT DESANKA CUCUK JAN DOSHIER KATHRYN DRESSER KATHY FERAMISCO BARBARA FONTES MARCELLINE FRANCESCONI DORIS GOLLADAY ALICE HALL ADRIENNE HAYES JOYCE HENRY ONEITA HORTON WILMA JOHNSON BEVERLY KOHLER RUTH KOHLER LOIS LIVENGOOD MAUREEN MANN BARBARA J. MARTIN PAT MURRAY DOROTHEA NELSON NADINE L. NICHOLS LUCILLE REED LOIS REINOLD CHARLOTTE RICOTTA BARBARA RODGERS JOAN RUBY ELIZABETH SANDERSON ALPHA SCHREIBER BETTY STEWART MARJORIE STIMPSON JO-ANN TAUL MARYANNE WOLD . 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WARKENTIN YAKLIGIAN INTER-VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION OFFICERS Lee Olinger-. ...S..,........,,.......... ,....,........, P resident Patricia Waite ...,,.. ....,.. V ice-President Virginia Foster-.,..-- .....L..... .Secretary Robert Loomis--. ..................... ........ T reasurer SPONSOR Elwyn Schwartz MEMBERS Kiyoko Asaki, Luella Bartsch, Kenneth Bixby, Erma Jean Collins, Joanne Dahlberg, Beatrice Dewdney, Alma L. Finclley, Dorothy Griffiths, Helen Jean Hopkins, Marian Kurnmerfeld, Barbara J. Martin, Betty June Melson, Eliza- beth Metzler, Betty Nance, Ruth Ogawa, Fern Phillipsen, Eleanor Quesin- berry, Jewel Rogers, Elwyn Schwartz, Joy Sumpter, Doreen Thomas, Lloyd Vahlstrom, Sarah Van Meter, Wayne Van Meter, Justina Warkentin, John Yakligian. 'i.. QI M' " lt 'rf Q 1, si- N"" WHTQ' -'aj fr f 'QQEEZ "TT ,,:-1-ff W E I TIE tgps 1 frssffk It I ei is .P ' is , Ii- QZQ- f Q II ,I III + I III , B :E :fig ,E , W-r I - II I I I I II I HI' Iii.: . 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It W It r B Zi ,E E JAPANESE STUDENT'S CLUB l-T TT"'-rf..- ...., FALL OFFICERS SPRING Tiyo Yamaguchi ....... ......,. P resident ..,...... ..,...,. M asao Tsubota Ernie Shirakawa .....,. .,L..., V ice-President ......,... ....... L Edward Henmi Yoshiye Tsubota ....... ........ S ecretary .... - ..,... E ................ Day Miyahara Masao Tsubota ...,,... ....... T reasurer ........ - ...,..... George Toyama SPONSORS Mary C. Baker, Mabel R. Cunningham, Helen Kazato i MEMBERS J w Q Q George Abo, Terry Arakawa, Kiyoko Asaki, Shiro Ego, Lilly Hagihara, Jo Ann Hashimoto, Ted lnouye, Tomio Jofuku, Jean Kamiyama, Mary Kana- ,N Xb gawa, Jean Kato, Mary Kobayashi, Shinobu Kubota, Teru Kuwamoto, ',,,,fw,, Ben N. Matsui, Mary Mochizuki, Dorothy C. Nagata, Lillie Nagata, Carolyn Nakata, Ruth Ogawa, Eloise Shimizu, Tomi Takahashi, Sumilqo Takeda, Betty Tsuruoka, Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi. liii ' 5,51 L 'T A 351: ' if:fgg'1 fF?3Q, ' AH-+G 'r'r"' it fm- A W'-' A it YAMAGUCHI F I, HENMI ' 'L ABC . ., ARAKAWA ASAKI l l Eeo X HAGIHARA I y Wygg HASHIMOTO g fi it V ,I , A JoFuKu ' ' A Ji ' 'J ' T ' KAMIYAMA Q KANAGAWA KATO . KOBAYASHI lf? .X me L . - , , KUBOTA 'J 1 . if KUWAMOTO 4 A 9 A MATSUI l K ' 'fi 1 xi l L ,A :Mig fy, iff., 1 T ,is LQ, Moc:-uzuKi , I NAGATA, D. 'Q NAGATA, L. NAKATA ,Lys-'sip-.im ' 'S-44 J i ,if - ' J, I OGAWA 1 , I fi Q ,X ' SHIMIZU P 'I ' H' T. 1 ,. g ' TAKAHASHI H ,,i. , " ' , TAKEDA, ff ,E I 53+-A fl? ,ss ' 1 J g ' TSUBOTA, Y. it ffl r h f - , ri TsuRuoKA as C , ' Q5 s "r, rf J J . V12 ' .J ilfd A ' ' HE, 5 A A fel S ,g J E, A Xa KAPPA DELTA PI NATIONAL HONORARY EDUCATION FRATERNITY V5 Q 4 1 r .L STEIN ALEXANDER F. BANTA EIDSON GREENING GROSSE i HEITKOTTER JORGENSEN MAZMAN MELLOR, c. OSTRANDER ROBINSON, F. VENN if l If JOHNSON .aa . up OFFICERS Barbara Stein. ....... ........................ ........... P r esident Nilda Johnson ..,...... - ...,... .......... V ice-President Bernice Eidson .....,...... .......... . .,..,...,,. ...,...............,. S e cretary Dr. John Horton ......... .........,... , ,....,........ L ..,........., T reasurer SPONSORS Francis F. Smith MEMBERS Florence Alexander, June Alexander, Jean Banta, Forrest Bing- ham, Don Brown, Keith Canfield, Rose R. Gilger, Laura Goss, Frances Greening, Marion Grosse, Lois Hayes, Helen Heitkotter, Dorothy Jones, Nancy Jorgensen, Ruth Mazman, Annetta Mellor, Connie Mellor, Margaret Ostrander, John Papagni, Fern Robinson, LaVern Robinson, Jacqueline Spencer, Jane Venn. .l,,,, ,2 N....-..-.i.l.Y ,,,...,v,,.i. . , . . ,n V, K U V . ,. ,...,,,k. , -4 - z vwi' i- Y' . 1 -:2KL,,f'r fr' l ,, I J In L u N 5. Y :Bi ll. E . i 4 in fi E14 5 Lggil t L, 1 . - 4 4 J W , Ari I I .. : 'V L xy., i i l i 3 l l V .-" A 'VX ,XX , T Q5 'sf THE KEY HONORARY UPPER-DIVISION SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY OFFICERS George Safford ,,.,.... .......,,.............,, . ................ P resident Helen Andrews.- ..e.,. ...,,....,... . L ...., ........ V ice-President Eloise Pymm. ........,.. ...... - -, ............ Secretary Barbara Busch .e.....,. ....... - .,....... ......... T r easurer SPONSORS Gertrude Billard, W. E. St. John MEMBERS Ruth Alexander, Earle Bassett, Wendell Bell, James Bosmajian, Gerald Carl- son, Marjorie Chow, Oren Christensen, Ronald Clachier, Eleanor Crippen, Lillian Harmon, Barbara Hebert, Patricia Heiskell, Helen Heitkotter, Patri- cia Henry, Erwin Hofer, Nilda Johnson, Betty Kent, Henrietta Magnuson, Robert McCoy, Stanley Murphy, Ray Palmer, Shirley Phillips, Arthur Pretzer, Barbara Stein, Madeline Tikijian, lrene Turner, Alice Wyland. ' ' ' ' Y -L if ,, 9 , L. Q gijggjirfiqfgvgsghil A, iw BOSMAJ IAN , 8 BASSETT 1 4-15 :,. 3,0 J . Q BUSCH I v q , ,,,.L ,.,, ,.,. P . , L .,.,.,,.,. , , CARLSON ":il A l 'P 5 A ' gf? , ifjf eg' Q 4 cHow gg 'refs A tb HARMON ' f- . x HEBERT L J "" ' HEISKELL if . , L is l-IEITKOTTER . 'Q A A PZ L -. ti H - ll 5 . . F AY q " L, A P' 1 f' . ,., P- F S' -igfel-ig? .., HENRY - s",f ,zlzl 4 gr, JOHNSON P ' ' s-,::. L , ,,f,,,., f l KENT cg , MAGNUSON W P MCCOY f ll? illix- ft' A J J gli , if Lai If A ' f 323 MURPHY PALMER PHILLIPS PRETZER PYMM A' ll , gi lill- P 4 f STEIN 2 TIKIJIAN A - -'P WYLAND --5 ..3u i . re X R Y , ..,f , A -Lf gf - f f'g"'i ' ir 2:1 'clk c" A ' . , . - X K Q A if . ' All V N. , x L i 9 1 5' ' , ' Q, I -v, -- 'A .- . f' - i r .1 'flies . SAFFORD ANDREWS me'- a 51 B . is H is an mi N 1 V Egg I I I X is r f Nz Q- Mg gy--I I wg ,I m .X B aim ' 8 m ik H a is 4 x HARMON . fi B' ml H' HE ' ss' WF. -: mc, ,-. Y , I ,H-I I 'R ai M? Busci-I cHoW HEISKELL, P. KAPRIELIAN McKEE MILLER MILLS SCHWARTZLER - sa Em -ws X D mms 1 ' L .i-ig, im , ,- ,s V. M-A H- an an . any ,mc . Im: V me 1--is ' ' f: i F-iw? -M E ,B 'H n- , MU PHI EPSILON HONORARY MUSIC SORORITY OFFICERS i Eleanor Heiskell ,L., ......,,.A.,..,,.. , - .... ..,,,-.,,,L, P resident Lillian Harmon ..... - ..... - ...... .,.... V ice-President Barbara Buschs ..,-..,... ,,,,.,.,,, S ecrei-ary Lorraine Kaprielian ,..... L ,a,-, Treasurer SPONSOR Lyllis Lunclkvist MEMBERS Jane Bird, Marjorie Chow, Furn Coe, Barbara Finch, Helen Hasa- gawa, Patricia Heiskell, Lois June Jacobsen, Earleen McKee, Ruth Miller, Barbara Mills, Terry Schwartzler, Janet Wallin, I 1 'Ia If wif P 'fd-il. " JJ-I Q I F K . . I V. I I I , I P -R ss P lr ':- -rf' B H1 -. ' -I as , -H H E I. . ' L , E '. , E I 2 . H A X I . 4711, H f I in H ' I I I 1 . Q 1. ' 1" -I, . I A B. Q ,Ha I -, v ,A .. - . M ,, :in Q v , ,gg ,V"i A if ' " .3 I . FTW ai mx. lf' '95""l: 'flags . - l ri 1 5 H ,I ". ' l E ml H nm, E 4 - -" - Ii - . 'ir , H - - I H , B, , K :rr ' . - ': .- M- gs E H gig: :ri-:Ir U A L - Q. 'I' -1-I ' , I , f., ,i NEWMAN CLUB NATIONAL CATHOLIC STUDENTS CLUB FALL Jack E. Morton ...... .. OFFICERS - ........ President ....... Vice-President ..... Blanche Mugnaini ...... ---..- Dolores Michelini ....... ---. .,... Secretary ...... . Joe Catanesi ...,,.... Agnes M. Tobin, ,-,--Treasu re r------- Rev. ,i SPONSORS Patrick Hannon SPRING ---,---Vincent Angell oyce J ones -----Doris Macdonell oe Catanesi Eugenia Rowland Jack Morton i. :. :': , W . . ,ff --I 1 ' an . 'W l 'CJ F V , , . f .' 15' ,, , 'fx weft. mi-r i ii' EU .fi li if- H f 1 M H- :ZV i H 5 , K is 6 -V lk N an ' ,, ,M 51, sr -' G- Egg, -, '- '-,., if 1 ATAC 2 -A If A r I 1, r.A.w-- -A : . 5 - 1: Hx l 3 A - 'L' 1 J 7 . s f J. . C. 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Joyce Jones John Boll Mildred Basye Marie Bernard Elaine Biehle Elio Castillo Melba Cavallero Madeline Chombille Lillian Rose Eckenrod Kathy Feramisco Barbara Fontes Marcelline Francesconi Kathie Fraser Aurora Gutierrez Paula Guzman Elizabeth Hayes Charles Keyan Gene M. King Helen Claire Klein Mabel Lencioni David D. Laone Diana Lubisich Doris Mocdonell Willa Macdonell Jessie M. Maiuta Dolores Michelini Mary Minnitte Luis Morell Blanche Mugnaini Mary Nevins Geraldine Oesterle Patricia Oesterle Josephine Pasillos Barbara Perry Gloria Pia Charles Price Charlotte Ricotta Imogene M. Rosa Nettie Santich Terrv Schwartzler Walter Shaffer, Jr. Annie Shew Jeannine Siakovich Dolores Stimpson Mariorie Stimpson Arthur H. Suddjian Agnes M. Tobin Bill Walsh, Jr. I f. . w x ,. A -I 3 'z Ri- 'I 1 -. lf'- Ig I E ,,' X EEA? MAZMAN ALEXANDER ALVA ANDERSON BEECHING BERNARD BLJRKHART COULTER FINDLEY HAGEY HANSEN HARRIS HERRIN HUNTER JOHNSON JONES MAH MAJ UTA MUGNAI NI POLSON RENAAS RI ECI-IEL SUNIER TROJAN VAN TUYL WAITE WOLD WONG 4 II .5 PAN TECHNE , STUDENT ART CLUB FALL OFFICERS SPRING Sabin H. Gray ......, L.. .,....... President ...,..... ..-- ......... Ruth Mazman Ruth Mazman .,.. . ......... Vice-President ........ ............. A Ima Findley Janice Anderson L... .,......., S ecretary ..,...... ..,.... P atricia Burkhart Roberta Hunter ,..... .,..... T reasurer ...... ............. A lbert Alva SPONSORS Alexandra Bradshaw, Jane Gale, Ella Oclorfer, John Ed Herbert, Lawrence Kaiser MEMBERS Lorraine Alexander, Robert B. Beeching, Marie Bernard, Marilyn Coulter, Phyllis Hagey, Betty Hansen, Jessie Harris, Lee Herrin, Rosemary Johnson, Ora Jean Jones, Kai-Ho Mah, Jessie Majuta, Blanche Mugnaini, Janice Pol- son, Lavann Renaas, Barbara Riechel, Dorothea Sunier, Richard Henry Tro- ian, Carol Van Tuyl, Patricia Waite, Maryanne Wold, Mari Wong. Fe I I , ir xg L f Gb N ' A .Q J in ,. G. 141' . P A 'N 5 if N Ilan L. ., ical .Er--,In N II :vw-fe Y E I I ., Y 'gr -X 1' J L QQ, N1 T ., I ', H. -P '- E 7 'Z n A " . , AK .V , 1 Q -A -I I - ,. I I5 1 Vai- .,.,, ,, . ' -.f-L, Ein, r ' I J. -' - - K+ 'f '11 . , ' , X I ' an ,sg ' fi if I , t , . , , I I 'eil 'Q IIN I f I ' 'JZ 5 1- , ' x . rx X I -. N V, . Z Vg, f, if ., el . 1 We ' .4 I . fi' ' N-La W ,, at ,- , ali . 1- ff 2 I rir ' f ' r ' f' I ef' ' .'fit...,l ,I L L ..,. ,5 V sf ,H XJ ' ,I y YA ' 1'-' ' 'P - rgifgfimgr . I . Pm eg? ' ' 2-1 . I I 5 ef I , YQ. .- 4 . 1 ,I L 1 . , ,, -.1 U 1, ,V 3 I i i f. f if ' I if I 'X .' 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Castine, Beatrice Dewdney, Bernice Eid- lg. il INV? Aj I ' son, Thomas Fitzsimmons, J. E. Hahesy, Patricia I-leiskell, Lor- mm 5 P gif raine Kaprielian, Richard Kuhne, Thomas C. Lynch, Connie Mel- ' ' 'F ' BTON' lor, Bob Minor, Ray W. Moyer, Shirley Phillips, Eloise Pymm, Pat- CN l GI S ricia Waite, Greg Woods. , 2 I xg E .,.. 'Q A i ' - -ff 4 I BICKNER in ,X 57' ' CASTINE ,A , 2 DEWDNEY 'mf-H ' ' 1 E 3 .ini EIDSON . .I P f- 'B we H 1 6 ELEAZARIAN I' SN f FITZSIMMOIN FOREMAN HAHESY HEISKELL . . E ut . g xx, , HEWITT KAPRIELIAN , LYNCH l MELLOR 5 MINOR -'70 U 3 A W - MOYER '- Q it PHILLIPS ,E PYMM TOLLEN WAITE 'R BURKART CANFIELD BERG BLEVINS CHANEY COWAN ERWIN GENSLER KIRALY KOHFELD LEE MAHURIN REIMER RUDE SCHWARTZ TRABING TROJAN WAMHOF WASEMILLER YAKLIGIAN .lime PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA NATioNAl. HONORARY Music FRATERNITY OFFICERS Arnold Burkarta .. . A.,. . ,A...v., - ..,,,..... .............. P r esident Keith Canfield A...,, -. ...... . ............ ......... V ice-President Roland Rude,.E.a.., ............,. Secretary Elwyn Schwartza, .,.. ,.. d..... ,....... ...,...... T r e asurer SPONSOR Elwyn Schwartz MEMBERS A. C. Berdahl, LeRoy Berg, W. Ray Blevins, George Chaney, Verne Cowan, Verne Delaney, Hubert Erwin, Leon M. Gensler, John Kiraly, James Kohfeld, Edward Lee, Cecil Mahurin, Dale Parker, Willis Leslie Reimer, Donald E. Trabing, Richard Henry Trojan, Alton Womhof, Paul G. Wasemiller, John Yakligian. 45" Hag! Q9 an 'ey PHRATERES woMENs socuu. oRGANizA'rioN FALL Lucile Mills .f........ Margaret Larsen. ..... -.--- Alice Wylandc ....,..,. - Nancy Schulmeister .... .- OFFICERS ----President-L--,- -Vice-President ..... ----Secreta ry------ SPRING Dorris Feuerstein -----Dolores Stimpson oyce Jones -----Treasurer------ ----,Mary Jane Biliskov SPONSOR Helen Shafer " ' " r ye-Vrzr s . ww:x- VY Ig ., .ii-- . it ry . .. R 3- U. . 5 . 2 :B 4 W' - fy: - P .b ., , xi H .n . M CEI? W Q S f ii ' A . i is , M-,. 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Robertson Mary Rockas Arlene Rose Joy Rose Nettie Santich ' Margaret Saunders Annie Shew Rosalie Simonian Elsie Smith Dolores Stimpson Mariorie Stimpson Evelyn Tashjian Bethany Terrass Betty Terry Thelma Weber Ruth Wilker Alice Marie Wylanrl Helen Wilson PI EPSILON NATIONAL HONORARY PHYSICAL E SORORITY OFFICERS Miriam Gave ......., Marjorie Saylar ..,.,, . Rena Durbahn .E .... - ...... SPONSOR Ruth Wafe rman MEMBERS Norma Chambers, Madeline Craveiro, Nadine G ricia Hardin, Virginia Saylor, Mabel Sousa. ig! W J ,. , Wm ,am 3171: -nx- E, nilikr' KZ: n Q n si in H md n , 4 LEE H .TB li, , is gy msg, Em Pl NU GAMMA PRE-NURSING SOCIAL SORORITY FALL OFFICERS SPRING Virginia Yick .,.,.,........,... ...A,., P resident ........ L .... .... R uth Ogawa Angelina Cobborubia, ...., .,...,, V ice-President ........ .......... D oris Reitz Ruth Ogawa. .,..,,... C. .... ,v--.Secretary-Treasurer ...... ...... W ilma Johnson SPONSORS Gertrude Bracks, Lillian Eckenrod MEMBERS Joan Atkinson, Lillian Eckenrod, Barbara Lee Fontes, Katie Goodman, Eilene Hedman, Oneita Horton, Marion Jones, Elsie Jorgenson, Patricia Kelso, Dor- othy Kimbriel, Mary Lee, Bettie Lippencott, Marilyn Marshall, Anne Mas- tranuono, Betty Melson, Joan Miller, Geraldine Nixon, Geraldine Oesterle, Josephine Pasillos, Charlotte Ricotta, Imogene Rosa, Billie Rylander, Mar- guerite San Sebastian, Mildred Shank, Patricia Sorensen, Tomi Takahashi, Theresa Torosian, Jance Uchiyama, ldelia Ulsh, Nancy Yeghoyan. ,.l . E a ss BI is .,,, .. B. -is is B -:- -11 H Q I E " S8 S8 Q H Fai -: ww: ..,.,. T. A -:,:-:-9:-:-ii -. .y. ,,,,, is an is -V ' F i.: Q3 B fn A L, ,, i i.: E E H I N 5- E mi X- E E - , H H 1 Q E M - fr E V , E , S? ' . B: W SP ' if new i' H Mmm H H . , wi .. : il J ' A 'B P H 'Z Y H:-H 5 -755 555 A V H ,si N 35. 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MELSON OESTERLE PASILLAS REITZ RICOTTA ROSA SORENSEN TAKAHASHI Y I C K OGAWA .Y TROJAN MILLER ANDERSON BEECHING CANFIELD CHOW COFFEE FERAMISCO FRASER HAIG HARKLEROAD HARMON JACKSON KALEMKARIAN KAPRIELIAN KOHFELD KUMMERFELD KUWAMOTO LENCIONI MARTINI McKEE METZLER MILLS NIXON PIA REIMER REISS SCHWARTZLER WARKENTIN ZINN 5, 6 .iq PIANOFORTE CLUB PIANISTS OFFICERS Janet Wallin.-- ............. .........,.... ..........,. P r esident Richard Trojan ,.......... ....... V ice-President Maurine Anderson ,... .. ..,.....,....... ,...,,....., S ecretary Ruth Miller , ....,..... . ...............................,.. Treasurer SPONSORS Helen Hasegawa, Norman Mehr MEMBERS Robert B. Beeching, Ada Brandson, Keith Canfield, Inez Carvalho, Marjorie Chow, Mary Ellen Coffee, Pat Cowan, Maurice Donellan, Jacquelyn Faller, Kathy Ferarnisco, Kathie Fraser, Harold Haig, Ethel Harkelroad, Ronald Harlan, Lillian Harmon, Betty Hale Jackson, Helen Jorgensen, George Ka- lemkarian, Lorraine Kaprielian, James Kohfeld, Marian Kummerfeld, Teru Kuwamoto, Mabel Lencioni, Madelyn Martini, Earleen McKee, Elizabeth Metzler, Barbara Mills, Dick Moore, Velda Neal, Janyce Nixon, Gloria Pia, Gwendolynne Reimer, Carol Reiss, Franklin Rogers, Sue Russian, Terry Schwartzler, Justina Warkentin, Barbara Lee Zinn. ,, . , A ...-,......... V.-...Q lid A ' ,. , , E is I ,, .lf li f 3 9 dy I Z1 J ' W 'J' fl I f I " ' R A gg wg 7 I t Xi Bl- x f K is - 99 , i V ' ,,, , ,yi ..,. . , .LV VA... , 'ET I 4. X I I 'Af Y ui X A 5: ,H V , D 4,., :Q EPA. . ' :gn I X 1 K i a s .J I I I . , 4 A f s yti. , I - 4 r . - . y' 'lt x A I . V ,fl I ,f I U - I ' ' K ' "I was Q 4...l 5- Q x A' vjglx 5 4' FALL Q u .f J I 1 .L , .nf-.4 L X-L u Noah lnbody ....... ........ Bob Minor ........ -- .x.. Jean Ban'ra.---,.--- .,------ Phyllis Hagey .,......, . ....... STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION SPONSORS President ........ ..,.A..... N oah lnbody Vice-President .... . ........., Alpha Schreiber Secretary ........ ...... R oberta Hunter Treasurer ....... ....... . H. M. Sherman Mary C. Baker, John J. Horton, Collins W. Burnett 'QI " I ,- - . - Ar- .5 Y ,fr -3- -:1 Q13 N - .- ...L .. , . A "" ,, -sf .N --1 I ' .- f , i!H?f15f:' 5 . 1 if J.. I if . :Ig f 1 I in fgllj-S M fr fake 1. . Lie' 'X Z , . . We li! f J T iv , ..,. J. I 4. e r 5 2. I if JSI 1 Ylkiir' , 1 3 .Q 3 , if iff S S A I ll! I. ., 3 'mi ' . ' , J I 1 ! . mn' ' ..x .N ,J ge 11- . 15 , H J-.H Q . , F :,: its 'rv -- ma: :ri f 5 .. 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SCHMALL SCOTT SMITH TAYLOR VENN WOLFE VARSITY F LETTERMAN SOCIETY FALL OFFICERS SPRING John Solo .......... - ....... ......... P resident ........... ...... G raydon Nichols Loran Taylor ...... ........ V ice-President ....... ............ J ack Mann Jack Mann .,............,..,,.... Secretary-Treasurer .... .- ........ Dave Rogers SPONSORS Myron Anderson, J. Flint Hanner, Kenneth Gleason, Earl H. Wight, I Cornelius Warmerdam. MEMBERS George Abo, Ivan Allain, Roy Antonetti, Bill Armstrong, John Bagans, Americo Bar- sotti, George Becknell, Jim Bolger, Bob Boney, Robert Canfield, Suge Carter, Vernon Caywood, Paul Clobough, William Clancy, Lewis Davies, Malcolm DeOrian, Donald Dorfmier, LeRoy Droge,, Paul Ferdinandsen, Garold Gaines, Leon Gensler, Bob Goss, Wilson Hanna, Bill Hansen, Richard Hibner, Robert Hoffman, Charles Keyan, James Kohfeld, Nick Kourafas, Geone Lohse, Carl Lueder, Bob Lurker, Ken McCarthy, Merle Martin, Millard Mitchell, Som Mongelli, Lloyd Moore, Charles Moran, Dick Neal, Dick Olson, Mike Palerecio, Bil Pelto, John Pereira, Benny A. Phillips, Adolph Pierini, Harold Raley, Edward Ramous, Vernon Riggins, William Robinson, Richard Rogers, Mel Routt, Edward Schmall, Gordon G. Scott, Glenn Shaffer, Arthur Shahzade, Frank Siler, Earl C. Smith, Leonard Sondergard, Lionel Sorenson, John Toomasian, Robert Jay Venn, Bob Waterman, Harold Wheat, Dan White, Jack Williamson, James Wolfe, Thomas Yost, Sam Zahnle, Jr, V - -ii. - Y 7. , ., ,.-?..... ...- ... ky 1 X ' w gil ml I 'T I I ""-r 3 H 3, Ha T-an :I ,I 'x . ,min i X . .I 'I I- 0 1 WAAK . i .ft , WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ,At . -'fm OFFICERS fi. , Nadine Goodenough ....... . .......................... President ,l E l Margaret Dula ,................................. Vice-President g . f x V, Jean Worman .... ............, . .......................... S ecretary fl' " Corabelle Atkinson ....... - ..............., L ........ Treasurer -- SPONSORS Mabel Hupprich, Katherine E. Doyle I ' 1 f MEMBERS ,J Florence Alexander, Joanne Allen, Bernice Aubery, Mildred Basye, Donna ' EE TCW," I Lee Bedford, Elaine Biehle, Madeline Carveiro, Norma Chambers, Doris 1 :-: Collins, June Dula, Rena Durbahn, Betty Dutrow, Lucy Edenborough, Lila ' A Ellis, Nancy Jean Farnesi, Joan Fuchs, Miriam Gave, Mary Grogan, Jean J QS ' Haney, Patricia Hardin, Beverley Humphreys, Marilyn Jayne, Catherine I, 4 ik ,,. - Jenkins, Joan Jetton, Barbara Kemp, Dorothy Kimbriel, Barbara Kirkpatrick, ,,,f5f, Helen Klein, Ruth Kohler, Laura Lee, Ruth Lewis, Barbara Lockwood, Jean 21 McMillan, Mary Vern Meacham, Winitred Turner Mitchell, Dorothea Nel- . tw", son, Nadine L. Nichols, Nadine Norma Nichols, Margaret Parker, Shirley 1- ,' ' Pearson, LaVerne Pope, Jackie Reed, Marjorie Saylor, Virginia Saylor, Miriam Sewall, Jean Spence Rockas, Betty Stephens, Beverly Stoetzl, Madel- ' ' I I ine Tikijian, Billie Turner, Ruth Jean Whitmore. A ' N L -. ,E . .... . E. .E . -..E . L E GOODENOUGH ' , , . . I DUI-A, M- W" f X. ' .. ,ay--1. my ' i':-: 8 N ,, - , ' ATKINSON 4 4, gs 4, AUBERY ,I ff BEDFORD ' A gf' V , ' Bl EHLE J E ' .. I . tins if -2 ' X - DULA, J. Q I , ' l .ll 'Egfr E- .E A ' DURBAHN brgjkbi.. '- ' xl Liz' ..:.. A -ip,W Fd' -- , " -,.,.,, 6 ., E gr , DUTROW iii H wif, FARN ESI F Q " Q, f Euci-is 'I L . il ws. all .,,., E- . 1 , K all egg 1-1-:- I V, GROGAN I, 1 I i 4, , ,:.,. -ary? i.,. , ,I ...., iv- A 1... ' 'r'1- , . .Lia jx I A - it . I Q QQ .,V - ff 4 i f I, ' i,,: 1 5 tht . V V, ' . i -' ' wail EL, 'H 'A Z: A+-'ii pw. . ' , f K Hg. A :'. ' I ' 2 352 4 gg, ip 2 ' " 1 K Z , Msg E "S , 1 4' . . A V . x ex fee '. af Q ...Ash aw Q L Q. i .ll U ,,V N- 2 , I V I K . . 1 , as EE, I I Xl , x fl- i I x t Y 'Q If 34" JJ E.. HARDIN HUMPHREYS JENKINS KEMP KIRKPATRICK KOHLER LEWIS LOCKWOOD MEACHAM NELSON NICHOLS N NICHOLS N PARKER SEWALL WORMAN l . . l " we . if I fi, ,,.,. , .. , J ' Y -:ral . ..., . ,, , - .,.,.,, i V :I Y I Z.. ..,, K t Y . V " . ' ' -A -rr:- ' J r ' l Q x. - A 1 R. . Q. I t , 1 ,I A ,QI Q 1 . I' A ky , i ' , ,Z 4 1 I1 I.. . "'m'f l fs, l R if I , ,, l lf. f ' i E . A . x gf y iv J s s . it J E ' I 'T2 I LEE 5 I A ' J I if' I in 1 F' , "I .Q y , Q W A V if X ve- ,V V ' ' A l if , Q .5-FRE I E L- I xi " l JS. v E I ' dr is X ' . l as r - H X4 ' .-i' ' I ,EI - 'f 4 1 I l N. fmt Q- A l 2 f ' .2 it 4 izgifll.. g, 1 I HORTICULTURE CLUB PROFESSIONAL CLUB FOR AGRICULTURE STUDENTS FALL OFFICERS SPRING Lee Copus. ,........, .- ........ President. ......, ..., Harvey Palmer Claude Pittack .... . ........ Vice-President ......... . ....,,,,.,, Lee Copus Frederic Collison. ............. Secretary ............... I. B. Youngberg Roy Jura ......,.... . ...,.... Treasurer ..... ........ J ames Belden SPONSOR O. M. Braun Left to right, Lee Copus, Cluade Pittack, Fred- eric Collison, Roy Jura, Front row, left to right, Robert Ruud, Dick Malkasian, Shinobu Kubota, Jerry Lyon, Lou Paden. Second row, Robert Montgomery, Harvey Palmer, I. B, Youngberg, William Burchard. Third row, Douglas Burton, James Belden, Ralph Larsen, Bill Cucuk, Zmer Andranigian. Last row, O. M. Braun, Joe Jura, Lawrence Adams, Amberse Banks, Harry Karle. -v , Q1 . , ss I . 'gms F W, , I I I - nk . , a sr FALL . I A DIANA AZNAVOORIAN June McNe1I ,,,,.,...,. -W .AA.,.....,. .- .... ---- Gre Woods .......... - ..... , .,............... Q Fern Phillipsen ....,.... Fern Phillipsen ......,.. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS SPRING .President ...,... ,...........,.. G reg Woods Vice-President ,..,... ....... . Diono Aznovoorian - .....,......,.. Secretory ,........ -- .... ..,,,.. -. ....... M elbo Covcllero - ,....... Treasurer ........ - .........,..... Don Christensen SPONSOR W. C. Bird ROY CASS MELBA CAVALLERO MARILYN COULTE 1 X- - LELAND LUTZ FERN PHILLIPSEN THERESA ROJAS IMOGENE ROSA - I-i":" Y. H l I Sf 1 Z, , M Q . S Z ww NL: W4 h S V. B' ,T I '. 5 ' ,V : ,., 1': ff 4 ,.: i" gqx, ' . ' is " 5 .V V H If! z b I , i 'EYE i,,, ,. ,. ., , QEKIIXXR " L E' :4,.,"?4-S9-I"' L- I .. .,.. .1 :.: T ,A vvv- ,.,. Cf- h I xl I L H WqQ I --- :rr . -.fx o -,C JUNE MCNEIL I J I GREG WOODS M I 'I' , 2 ' A-i 'A I ss I' Nl 4 FALL J 'm A 3 . -x-JI . KI-PRI I Vw? W :1 , . . fi mv. ' ,ery Q I 1.-, , ,- -- 'e. . A .. 1. ,Q- KINDERGARTEN-PRIMARY Ncmcy Atkins ,,,.., -.- - ........ ....... ,.,. - - ..------- LcuVerne Pope-- ....... Shirley Pearson ........ SPONSOR NANCY ATKINS LAVERNE POPE Floy M. Lewis - :nf-sgfg. :--e '-:: i 1 ' ' r'f""':a A . ' 'I rf' " '41 V J r , ' " ' X AY 5 mfr .e:wg,'zfwI' - . IJ aw, V F sw- , " fm Q53 ' sf A 'ff SI "x' ,. ,:-f ,fafzxw - H -1-. I 'Ek f' ' " '23 " I -- Pkg I ' N533 X- , I' J., - I A I I I I A i S- I f rA CSSS ,S fx I A In I I I I I I 'M ' 1 -. . f ' F ' 5' 'Sf f T " ,' , . 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I , ,, VV LS ,I . ?-Syl? y -ig-JE: I X. lellfix xx r H 17 4 h if 3 3A H- , - ' Q 'gffis fr:-A P ,. - L ' x 1 1 - 1 if 1 I ',' ,V V 1: A Wx' 2 A EL f 5.1 - OFFICERS ---------.-w....-----President .--. --...-.- Vice-President .-------Secre to ry-Treo su rer JOANNE DAHLBERG PAT GOODWIN FRANCES GREENING BINA HILDEN BEVERLY KOHLER LENICE LORD PHYLLIS MARSH SHIRLEY PEARSON GLORIA PIA JANET RODUNER VIRGINIA TABOR JANE VENN ALPHA DELTA GAMMA HONORARY COMMERCE FRATERNITY Robert W. Casebolf .... ...., - -..- ............ President ..,......., - ..........,... Orton Bergeland Carl Levin .,,.,............ - ....... -L ..... Vice-President .,...... ...... ...... - - ---Carl Levin George Woodbury---- ..----. -.---.-. S ecretary ----.--- -.-.-- C arl W. Schahrer Gordon Long ----------... ------ . ----------.. T reosurer ----.-.-,,,, .--.- . . --.--- Berge Yenovkian SPONSORS Louis Mudge, Victor E. Storli RLE BASSETT HENRY BATES O. BERGELAND G. ECKENROD GENE KAYSER ALBERT KELLOGG JACK LABONTE LEONARD ROSS ' en ww, 'ff 1 CARL SCHA 'wx . 1 TT' f -I F I A ii X if . OMICRON SIGMA Pl NATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS CLUB FALL OFFICERS SPRING Mildred Bosye .-....--.. ..-- ----.---.- . -----.-. President ------. . ---. ..-...---.-.-.. W anda Cain Thelma Weber -...-- - .-..--- -.----- V ice-President---.. -.-- -------.-.-------.. V iolo Clark Vlola Clark..-- .---.-. ---.---- S ecretary ---- ...- .----- -.----.- L orraine Feuerstein Beverly Gist ..---..- .------ T reasurer -..-- . -.----..--- Joyce Heilman SPONSORS Jane Kirksey, Louise Porch F. ALEXANDER JANET AYERS DOLORES BAREFORD ALICE CASEY VIOLA CLARK IL -l., l L-1-- 5 .2 , l I l 1 at J A f L- F -' -I A '- I? E, f - A 's ' 'J I ' v ' Q A 41 J I I ir r AP i V 1 1 . .3- . .I ' I , -I 3. L I I . E -. -L II F f 1313- T ELL' 'T JIM GREGORY I HRER K .A x , ,.- .N R . ' E Hs' YI , xx MILDRED EASYE If as fi I I 4 ROBERT W. CASEBOLT GORDON LONG ff li f -'-.4 WANDA CAIN ERMA J. COLLINS fi' QT :-: , W Q ' If S JOANNE DAI-ILBERG 2 P i:-: A 1 l I ' L. FEUERSTEIN ' ' I . Q .j I M .. I BEVERIKIY I 4 Ji -.T yi, IA l lu. In .P.J3:, I PAuLI E . 1 A T. -.af A up 'I T ' P' BEVERLY GIJSTAVSON 2 - , -I - . I I I P' -- I Q J t 1 PHYLLIS I-IACEY L II . 'Q I. irq ' II E l JOYCE I-IEILMA - , l N M ,Ir .I I ' ,FI I If-,I g gb. HELEN HEITKOTTER -A-A A - -72--3, - JJ 'A 1 All I ANGEINIAQA-ULOEEJQ - ,N I V A. I E vu V .. , DIA Bl i , I 1 ' , ' WILLA MACDONELL 5. 1? 1 , -PE . P I I I I. MAIJREEN MANN I , - . I IVIIVI-lANAlXlc1Cg3SE is 5 v, " - ' f I V, I A Wg: x A V . . S R EY E 52 3 , , nm" A - 3 ' R . ' ' ' . if fp Lg 'R-, xg ooLoRES MlCH,5lnllEg , V .R 3 5 R , y X JJ, L 'X' . ,if .V LI, mf LLJCILE I ' 'A 2 3. + if A . M A li . 'l fi., ' Q ' .P fl A I I ' A 1. 0 'f .- "ifTl2l":- 'X I f' PATRICIA OESTERLE .A - "'i ' I E, QUESINBERRY I fig I' I Il , I JEWEL ROGERS , l.' 1, A , 'Z I I 'I A -- ,IQ A I I 1 . , CHARLENE RYDELIUS P ' -I ,P , ff I' -V A- I. -I Q P? J f El-5'E SMITH S "VN 'AIL - A nil: f- f I '7 ies' E- 146 BETTY STEWART I A I --y ' R ' 3 - , fly EMMA TI-IURBER L ff 'L I n I A 1, ,I igx -f I-pg., 3,4 If S. . ,JI f I W , A SARAH VAN METER ' f WA' gl' Ai" Y' ' ' I II' A - -A AQ f 'E ,- f . 'lfif THELMA WEBER en, ,I Qyjqxi ' IL f P gym- ,ftp lp li 1 3 '- DAMES NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF STUDENTS' WIVES FALL OFFICERS SPRING Marian Solo ,,,,.,..,, S ,...,, -L ,,,.,,.. ,President ,,,,..,.,,,, ......... .,.,.,.,...,... B e tty Bradley Betty BradIey-,--,-- .,.,... ......,.. ,....., V i ce-President ........ L ,....,.,..,.., Patricia Schneider Margaret Edwards, ,....,,, , , ..,,..,A.,,. .,--,Secretary ....,... ....,..., B arbara Sauers Johnnie Phillips i,...... -- ,.,....... -Treasurer .....,,..., ........ V irginia Eischen SPONSORS Mrs. Mitchell Briggs Mrs. Ralph Jack and Faculty Wives Seated, left to right, Virginia Eischen, Ellen Beedle, La Verne Carter, Betty Bradley, Norine DeOrian, Barbara Sauers, Johnnie Phillips, Patricia Brock, Gladys Caywood, Standing, Gloria Macomber, Vir- ginia Willingham, Margaret Edwards, Jackie Simmons, Beverly Garner, Helen Brown, Lynell Parli, Marian Solo, Patricia Schneider, Mrs. H. H. Wheaton, Mrs. Ralph Jack. 'ass-rQm'B'1KE"' gE':i?"e"jg-Hfefxsfwg 'iss' r ' ' ' of 'W "Mm" ' 2' ' ' ' gn ' A M me X I N CHI BETA ALPHA HONORARY AGRICULTURE FRATERNITY FALL OFFICERS SPRING Lee Copuss.-- ..,.... L .... .. ,.,....... - .,,..,...,,.,.,.L President ................, . ..,,. ,,.,..,. W illiam Klette Edwin Cook. ........ ..... - --, .........,,.. Vice-President .... L ...,., L ........ ............ W illard Craig William Klette ........ - .,...... .,... - .Secretary ........ ....... , Frederic Collison Charles Ashley ....... .- .... ....... - -Treasurer ......,......,...... .............. L ou Paden SPONSORS Winston Strong, J. W. Masters Kneeling, left to right, Ralph Bissett, Dick Malkasian, Harry Karle, Roy Jura, Don Van Ness, William Burchard, Jerry Lyon, Zmer Anclranigian. Standing, Robert Henrikson, Willard Craig, Frederic Collisan, William Klette, Bill Cucuk, James Beiden, Edwin Cook, Charles Ashley, Joe Jura, Arlynn Cuthbertson, Winston Strong. bf' K. in MARIAN SOLO BETTY BRADLEY l,i"'T .1 W. I '-3 452 cliji , 'J lf- I.: 'N My X ' W' ,, V . if 3 'I 2' 2 ' AQ, j ,As , IQ' if LEE COPUS I COMMERCE CLUB ROBERT CASEBOLT GORDON LONG SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF COMMERCE MAJORS AND MINORS OFFICERS Robert Casebolt ..... -.- ............ . ....... .... - .. .............. PreSid9r1'r.- Gordon Long ..,,.,.,..., md--- ......... ..,....... V ice-President Mildred Schmidt ....... .... , , ...,..........,... - .......... Secretary SPONSOR A. P. Pierson Front row, left to right, Dolores Stimpson, Diara Lubisich, Corinne Chollet, Emma Thurber, Ber- nice Bickner, Rose Ametjan, Ross Eakles. Back row, Jack LaBonte, Bruce Bower, Edward Ramous, Orton Bergeland, Thomas Riise, Walter Mitchell, Robert Konjoyan, Gordon Long, A. P. Pierson. PI GAMMA MU .NATIONAL HONORARY SOCIAL SCIENCE FRATERNITY oFF1cERs H Frances Todd ...,..,....,.. - ...... - .,,. .. ...........................,...... President Jean Banta. .......... - .......... - .......... - .... .. .........,.....,., Secretary Francis Wiley ,....... ,......... - ...., 4 ,..,.......,... - ....... - -Treasurer SPONSOR Dr. Francis Wiley Front row, left to right, Dallas Tueller, Phyllis Roberts, Emily Doyle, Frances Todd, Willa Mac- donell, Jean Banto, Francis Wiley. Middle row,WiIliam Graham, Mario Papaleo, John Shams- hoian, Howard Hughes, William Bardley, Jack Burke, Robert McCoy. Back row, Tracy Armstrong, Robert Minor, Joel Warkentin, Forrest Connor, Fred Rutledge, Jim Gentry, Clair Nelsen, Art Pret zer, lsosuke Kawai. FRANCES TODD PAN l"'lELLENlC COUNCIL INTER-SORORITY GOVERNING sonv FALL OFFICERS Mary Ellen Hunt ....... -- ..........,. Patricia Heiskell ..... - ............ Beverly Buckman e..... Treasurer ...... A SPONSOR Mary C. Baker MEMBERS SPRING Patricia Heiskell President ...... ...., Secretary ....,. ...... V erna Catich --,---Pauline Gist Jane Andersen, Jeanne Andreis, Gerry Parks Arnold, Bonnie Beeman, Jean Clemens, Doris Graham, June McNeil, Winnie Turner Mitchell, Helen Alles Mortensen, LaVerne Pope, Dorris Pratt, Eloise Pymm, Joane Reiss, Barbara Riechel, Joy Rose, Mildred Schmidt, Barbara Thaxter, Carol Van Tuyl. Eiga was E L ti 3, L J E . im B 98 H 2. , ,K frail N at - Q , iv. 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' 1l ll ls E a 'r , x J K H '- is.-V T H ' Emu me X L m n' S EV? F fu, 4 ANDERSEN ANDREIS ARNOLD BEEMAN BUCKMAN CATICH CLEMENS GRAHAM MCNEIL MORTENSE POPE PYMM REISS Rl ECHEL ROSE SCHMI DT THAXTER VAN TUYL l E. ,,, v COFFMAN BLAKE CATICH HARDIN HAYES JAMES MACDON ELL MCAFEE MCALEXANDER PACKARD PEARSON POPE RUSSELL SMITH THURBER WATTENBARGER DELTA KAPPA FOUNDED 1917 FALL OFFICERS SPRING Beverly Buckman ..... ...,....... P resident ........... ....... V erna Lee Catich Jean McCain -.,.,v,,....... ....... V ice-President ....... ......... E rnma Thurber Virginia Coffman ........ ,......e S ecretary ........ ............... J udy Blake Lois Wattenbarger ..,.e, ......., ' Treasurer ..... ...... E lla Jean James SPONSOR Mrs. Paul Rohrer MEMBERS Ginnielee Fraser, Barbara Germanis, Patricia Hardin, Elizabeth Hayes, Glo- ria Hoffman, Barbara Johnson, Willa Macdonell, Margaret McAfee, Audrey McAlexander, Winner Turner Mitchell, Donna Morrison, Benito Packard, Shirley Pearson, LaVerne Pope, Barbara Russell, Jeanette Smith. ee?i'1f,i vrrr- e -"f emeg E'-TiE74'-TT-'TTTTTT' 'TWTTVEE or . x .. .. nu it 5 I . si time . A, ,Q A 3 W r gg ff PF is Q x is : iz e 1 V V Q I 2 lrjjiiflfg ci' if, i E fewg as nfl' 7 V A ' T We ' F JV ' A 'r-' A I l ll- r WAI K 4: 1 i ,i '33, 4 ' . , All X 'Y-2322 . N' . "1 1 'fi E - L .,.,- M5 K T, ' 'ized W wff,' T Lgsb if . ' " - ' , ' ,E , . 1 A ,X V l ' , t - ig .":'fZw QV ' Q I 'l Q ' x f I NN ' ,ul l l 1 V I -l OMEGA XI OMICRON FOUNDED 1918 FALL OFFICERS SPRING Mildred Schmidt d.,....,. .,,...... P resident ....,... E ...,...,,,,.,,,, Pauline Gist Roia Gerard ........V.d. .... Vice-President .... ..... M adeline Chambille Margie Heinz. ..... --.---,Secretary ................. Virginia Hammat Pauline Gist ......... ..,.... T reasurer ...... .....,,....... , Joyce Fenn SPONSORS ' Floy M. Lewis, Louise Porch MEMBERS Barbara Busick, Jean Clemens, Barbara Dorfmier, Beverly Gist, Doris Graham, Helen Heitkotter Nilda Johnson, Barbara Kemp, Barbara Ludwig, Margaret Parker, Jackie Reed, Marcia Reed, Nalda Robison, Marilyn Rudd, Janet Simensen, Beverly Stoetzl, Marilee Turpin, Gwen White, Nancy Wockner. LSI 'T , 2 4 J, I 4 F41 ws S, 4 :naar SCHMIDT HEINZ Wi li I "I F , er -., ,. :': 5552 ,ir e r. I 1 5"",. X z ' I i Busiciq CHAMBILLE CEEMENS Gist, B. eist, R. GRAHAM HAMMAT HEITKOTTER JOHNSON KEMP PARKER REED, J. REED, M. RoBisoN RUDD SIMENSEN STOETZL WHITE 5 ,fx as. I f-fr" ..., ik ' . HX X1 I ll I ' I -MORTENSEIN ABICKNER HEBERT BRQWN r CHOLLET COCHRANE DILLMAN FEUERSTEIN GUINN HILDEN HOEY JOHNSON KLEIN LEVIS LORD, B. J. LORD, L. NICHOLS PIA POLSON PYMM RODGERS TABOR THAXTER. VENN K ALPHA THETA FOUNDED 1921 FALL OFFICERS ' SPRING Helen Alles Mortensen ......,............ President ......... - ............... Barbara Hebert Barbara Hebert .....,.,..... ..,.. Vice-President ...... ....... R osemary Johnson Eloise Pymm ,.,..... ......... S ecretary ....... ................. B ina Hilden Bernice Bickner ...... ..,,.... T reasurer ....... -------Bernice Bickner SPONSORS Mrs. Harold Beatty, Mrs. E. V. Tenney, Mrs. Karl Falk, Mrs. Wilma Wight MEMBERS Joan Brown, Corinne Chollet, Anne Cochrane, Dorothy Dillman, Dorris Feuerstein, Joan Guinn, Norma Hoey, Marilyn Klein, Gwenne Levis, Betty Jo Lord, Lenice Lord, Nadine Norma Nichols, Gloria Pia, Janice Polson, Barbara J. Rodgers, Virginia Tabor, Barbara Thaxter, Jane Venn. .,.... .... ., , .,. -..L aw., .L .,,,, ma., ..,,, . . -ni .V-.W . I f .15 ' L n Q' 55 if LEW w g A 'www ' A L . , WW . ,., .,. Q. ii -' 'I lij ' T -.-.: ffm 1 1 Wig 'Fi III Ir . ' I-: A , , . I . I ' ff"Cf'I:. 'TW BL. 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T reasurer ....... ,--,---Mary Ellen Bordini SPONSORS Elizabeth Landrum, Mrs. Peter D. Hanson MEMBERS Mary Jane Biliskov, Inez Carvalho, Mary Lu Dennehy, Clara Fischer, Wanda Goerges, Miriam Gove, Nancy Jorgensen, Bonnie McRae, Shirley Phillips, June Potter, Joane Reiss, Patricia Ritter, Gloria Robertson, Elaine Sauer, Dorothea Sunier. ...,...... -71-.-.,-.....-L -. ............,,u,,,.,,. ,W V l I ,fs I ii. . if L I mm: his use -- ,I I f i I I .ld It I 'br V. .4 Q W V. I-x.-,I ' : W I is -5 , . - i . 1 Q' 1. 1 Q , . , , . I . I , Slit .' 'za' ' I I z 1 . 1 ' . -' . .3 , . - 4 , JY . - I I . piuiij V ' .',: I - ff 'L ' i I .., ' x 5m.x.4 X , . , ' Y 'WW' 1 I es, mil' , Y X uf? I Bt! i , 9'- E I I 5 2 ,l, two U. l I f Q 3 3 DELTA MU PHI FOUNDED 1926 FALL OFFICERS SPRING Mary Ellen Hunt ,,..... - ........ President ........,....... -,-Carol Van Tuyl Bonnie Beeman ...........,.... Vice-President ,..........,..,. Jane Andersen Janice Anderson L.... L-, ........ Secretary ...,... E- .......... .Ann Marsh Pat Goodwin. ......... ..,..... T reasurer ....... ......... J ean McKee SPONSORS Virginia C. West, Gertrude Billard, Ada Ruth Taylor MEMBERS Helen Andrews, Barbara Busch, Betty Hansen, Colleen Jespersen, Henrietta Magnuson, Phyllis Marsh, Joyce McDonald, Gweneth McKean, Juanita Ruth Miller, Janet Roduner, Marjorie Saylor, Jean Urdisich, Pauline Willis, Jean Wilson, Pat Young. , ,sid ,.,. I ,, I g , . M- A I 1" xi' J :. fi W ,KW gg, W.. .. ex , , my I if , , Q., I- Q , it , "Mr ' ,. E Q I- :., ,X . is A E Q f " 1 'Q ' ED' F gf . 1 ..: Q, ,- ..:: b lzl :.: K as ff- "Ii ,. 'E' 1 ig '. ' 1 I5 x , 4 Z ! Y 9' K I .E , S, I S :Sb .,f. A Q 1 I A .225 I I- X ""-.hifi I - H ,Z , . , 11 fr g A i Q an if I-,E-1:59 . - if 'mi-4' ' 5 . '- ,-mv, .adv if ' Y ,I " I" I iywmi .,,.,, . , H I ,I ' me . 1 ' I mmf. - 'nzz h w! 6 J I i t I c'rs ri 4 I ,,, , 4 "-4- I , i I x iii- l il L ' . It I ... ' HUNT VAN TUYL ry f Us Y- - - - Q vi l , ' l ,iff 3 Qi .. I M ,gr E H7 5 ,Ei If 7 sm B If afmnw is Wig, y ' Q' ie'-': 'kr ,Z 5' ' n -Q.. fx. lvl 'riff l 'S W- l if X ig i I: ll l .4.L,..Q..-Af -,!.,.-Q, , .-1 ANDERSEN, JA ANDERSON, J. ANDREWS BEEMAN BUSCH cooowirsi HANSEN JESPERSEN MAGNUSON MARSH, A. MARSH, P. McDONALD McKEAN McKEE MILLER RODUNER SAYLOR WILLIS WILSON YOUNG I I, x 2x 2 2l if I, I, I - lf. as I 3 I 5? C192 va 1 I 2 I I 2 .2 - HEISKELL WILSON ATKINS ATKINSON BASYE CAIN CLARK CLIFTON COLLINS FARNES! FEUERSTEIN GREENE HANNER HARDMAN JOHNSON KENT LARSON LOCKWOOD LUBISICH MCKNIGHT METZLER MICHELINI MILLS NILMEI ER RIECHEL ROSE SCHWARTZLER STIMPSON VIAU WORMAN DELTA SIGMA EPSILON ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER Founded 1928 I I I OFFICERS I Patricia Henskell ..... ........ ,,.....,. ............. P r e sident Deana Wilson .,...-. ..... V ice-President Mildred Basye.--- ,........,........ .........,. S ecrefary SPONSOR Hilda Hendrickson MEMBERS Nancy Atkins, Corabelle Atkinson, Wanda Cain, Viola Clark, Nancy Clifton, Pat Collins, Nancy Jean Farnesi, Lorraine Feuerstein, Demarest Greene, Myralee Hanner, Pat Hardman, Betty C. Johnson, Doris Johnson, Betty Kent, Melba Muriel Larson, Barbara Lockwood, Diana Lubisich, Donna Marie McKnight, Shirley Metzler, Dolores Michelini, Lucile Mills, Anita Nilmeier, Barbara Riechel, Marjorie Dorris Rose, Virginia Saylor, Terry Schwartzler, Dolores Stimpson, Doris Turner, Verna Lee Viau, Jean Worman. II FxT,,,.,.,,......mm .LLL .... 1. .I ,2..,2L.,...... E E .. a a..-..- II II.. I I .I I ,I I 2 A ,-.. .h. . .f. --.,.I. I I J SE H ...Is Km - , 5,3253 an ,WV-WEE 22 22 2.222 22 2 2 9 2223 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2-.-.I K I I UHF' 3 I I I Kimi I ISM E E E E m WI H 2,1:',ig.333 33 3 - - M 3 3 22 2 2222 22 2wlz22 2 22m2 2224-iii ? - -- 3 WW' Bw 315 3 1222 22 222mim22 222 mswimf 2 H ., f - 2 , . I2 3 22, 2,2 B III2 xg . 2 1 5 . B: 22 2 2 .- .. 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'Iii' ' ' 'I 2' I 1 "'-1"3"' 53' s. -2 -2- " E2 22 .-.. . . . 3 . INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL INTER-FRATERNITY GOVERNING BODY FALL OFFICERS SPRING Barney C. Smith. ....... .L .... President .........,,.. ...... R obert J. Venn Jules McGee .................... Vice-President ..... . .............. Leonard Ross Robert J. Venn. ......... .Secretary-Treasurer ........... Robert Casebolt SPONSOR F Harold Beatty MEMBERS Hugh Arnold, Roger Barthuli, Jay Carter, Nick Draklich, William E. Forbes, James Kouratas, Harry Meeks, Louis Monteleone, Norman Nordstrom, Ted Peterson, Charles Price, Graham Ruff, Merle Rush, Gordon Scott, Richord Truman Stilwell, Loran Taylor, Carlos E. Wilton, John Woody. .1 VS. ..1i. 4 24 ,.. 1 'itytgx ,,: 'V SMITH VENN ARNOLD BARTHULI CASEBOLT FORBES Q MCG-EE NORDSTROM PRICE ROSS RUSH SCOTT I STILWELL ' WILTON WOODY M - 1 A: 1 -1 , . - Pl i Je A il l :!..1.,Q -.,-... .... A l MONTY CARTER NORDSTROM ALLAIN ASHLEY, c. ASHLEY, T. BACKER CARTER, D. COLVERT CRAWFORD CUTHBERTSON DAVENPORT EDMAN ENGEBRECHT ESCOLA GEAN GROSS HANSEN, W. A. HAYTER HIBNER HOWARD JONES KUHN LAMBORN LEWIS LONG PALMO PAPULIAS ROESSLER ROULLARD SCIARONI SORENSON STEWARD 'x ALPHA FOUNDED 1921 SPRING OFFICERS FALL Monty Carter ............... .......... P resident ,......... ......... N orman Nordstrom James Kourafas ..... - ....,.. . ......... Vice-President ......... , ........,......... Al Papulias Bob Jones .............. .... . , ..... Secretary .......... .....,..... J ack Lamborn David: Backer .,,,L..........LL.L..,....,.... Treasurer .......................,... Kenneth Hayter SPONSORS Collins W. Burnett, Chester Cole, V. Calvon McKim, Andrew D. Rippey, H. H. Wheaton . MEMBERS John R. Albright, Ivan Allain, Charles Ashley, Thomas Ashley, Dean Carter, Roger Carter, Robert Colver, Dick Crawford, Arlynn Alexander Cuthbertson, Glenn Davenport, Ken Edman, Richard Engebrecht, William Escola, David A. Gean, Richard L. Gross, William A. Hansen, William B. Hansen, Dick W. Hibner, Robert E. Hoffman, Jack L. Howard, Tony Ingle, Al Kuhn, Richard Lewis, John Long, Bruce Martin, Jack Nidever, Vincent Nicholas Palmo, Al Roessler, James Roullard, Lloyd G. Sciaroni, Lionel Sorenson, Allison H. Steward, James Waterman. . F' A ,W i --l . fl L llll"'Q97 L 'it L. . l . " U I Vx f , l K X ' ,R l J,-. ' ' J rl' IJ ' A fx' V i ' M l ' 7 L X l irxx r Y-..,-..:. A-YF l f "N P .igxs '. 1Z' r S ' 'J I ig ' 1 x F h I K xA l . . l 'i l X . T 'Ellis A la. iw V fs . v,.. ,., ,HX , I A fi v 53 ,J A A A . in 1 Y X W , ' , 1 X . . 'I A l Q ' 0 S. xx ' X. l L A 'dl 1 E- We gs l .' V ll: 'E . ,S y no til ' W ' f .r,.. l 4 . 3 Ld' I . . i i l l r'f3Z" 'l, TTL ll . """' ' Sl' A 'lk . tit ' .' l u ij fl A ' . x I if X - T A X l V 3 X ,M Lf :I V, - - x .RX l ' N ' 'M l A A ' l X l 4714 ' Ll T ' ' - f ff' A - .. - I, i .FA A E I 'i . SIGMA TAU FOUNDED 1921 FALL OFFICERS SPRING Jules McGee ............... - ...,... .President .......... ............, M el Phillips Mel Phillips ...... L ........ 4 ,... Vice-President .... . ......,.... Elmer Reinhadt Arch Quinn---- ......... ......... S ecretary ....... .. ......... Kingsley Roberts Elmer Reinhardt ...... ...... T reasurer .............. William T. Roberts SPONSORS Jose C. Canales, Victor Jepsen MEMBERS Douglas H. Allen, Carl Anderson, Walter Aufderheide, Bob Ben- der, Ronald Berdoy, Richard Boneau, Robert Bossermon, William A. Burns, George W. Clemens, Charles Cobb, William Cuthbert, William S. Dawson, Charles Emery, Danny Farnesi, Shannon Har- ris, Louis Heilbron, Robert Heiner, Lee Heitzig, Leslie Jacobsen, Howard MacKechnie, George H. Nance, Fred P. Olsen, Bob Owens, Walter F. Peters, Charles P. Roberts, Jack W. Rowland, Graham Denison Ruff, Erling Stangebye, Warren D. Stoetzl, Stanford Watson. . .. --. Q... V ... V - lv I .i - I G KSN I? QX I 5,2 -4 Q XX ,E Sf I 1 tk 'I E' is E 5 " I R If lt -QA in H a n T' 3 ls A g .,:, 'R f .., "'7 :': 'ITT :-: lzl f it ks H E 'WI 3 -f 1 'K-at R, mmm as MCGEE ALLEN BENDER BERDOY BURNS CLEMENS COBB DAWSON FARNESI HARRIS JACOBSEN NANCE OLSEN OWENS PETERS QUINN REINHARDT ROBERTS, c ROBERTS, K ROBERTS, W ROWLAND RUFF .STANGEBYE STOETZL JOHN WOODY BARTHULI BALL BERG BOLGER BORELLO BOWER GOSS HANSEN HAYES KEARNS KISLING LARSEN, H. LARSEISI, w. LONG MARTIN MECARTEA METZLER Ml LLAR MOLANDER MORTENSEN PEREIRA PETERSEN PHILLIPS PUTLER RITTER ROGERS ' SCHMALL SCOTT SMITH, B. SMITH, R. SMITH, T. SOLO WEBER wooosuiw MU ALPHA DELTA , FOUNDED 1922 FALL OFFICERS SPRING John Woody .....,.... .E..... ..... P r esident .......,. .- ........ Roger Barthuli John Pereira.. .....,... . .,.. . ..... Vice-President .,..S. ...... B ruce Mecartea Richard Kisling.. ....... ......... S ecretary ....... ....... G ilbert Metzler James Bolger ....................... Treasurer ........ .. .............. Wayne Ritter SPONSORS M. Bruce Fisher, Henry J. King, Arthur Safstrom, Horace Schorling, Robert K. Winzler MEMBERS John Ball, LeRoy Berg, Robert Bolt, George Borello, Bruce Bower, Kenneth Cartwright, Ed Doris, Robert W. Goss, Norman D. Han- sen, Donald L. Hayes, Bill Kearns, Spencer Knolls, Harry J. Lar- sen, William H. Larsen, Gordon Charles Long, Robert Lurker, Merle L. Martin, Quinn Millar, Bob Molander, Clarence R. Mor- tensen, Merle Petersen, Benny A. Phillips, William L. Putler, Ger- ald Ramsey, Dave Rogers, Edward Schmall, Gordon G. Scott, Barney C. Smith, Richard Ritter Smith, Thomas H. Smith, John Solo, Henry Weber, George Woodbury, Theodore Woody. E Q lf ,. V X gg J in t T , H ,.,.., I .,., , ..,. Q ,X X . ,A .. ,.a. . ,V.,,-.,, .4 , it iii ' . I ' , f ,iffdl ' 5 ZETA MU FOUNDED 1923 FALL OFFICERS SPRING Robert Jay Venn, Jr.-,--- .... .President ......... .- ...... Loran E. Taylor Normand Biglione ....... ..... V ice-President ...... ......... J ohn Coffman John Coffman ........... ........ S ecreta ry ....... ......, W arren Kraft Jim Gregory .........,..... -,,----,-Treasurer ........ .. ................ Jim Gregory SPONSORS Harold J. Beatty, Carl Levin, John Ed Herbert, John Voenes MEMBERS Robert Ambrose, Donald Bachman, Wilbur Beasley, Dean T. Beeman, Ralph Bissett, Paul Clabaugh, Bill Clancy, Sloan Coats, Jess Fernandez, K. Darrell Gotthardt, Hartley Greene, Wilson Hanna, Delmer Hanner, Vernon D. Hendricks, Leonard Hoff, Bob B. Hoffman, Elmer Holmes, David Juenke, Don Katz, Art Kircher, Jim Magner, Jack Mann, Mickey McGuire, Robert Moore, Charles Moran, Graydon Nichols, Vincent Novak, Henry Oliver, William Pelto, Ivan Polson, Hal Raley, Henry A. Rutherford, Dick Schrie- ner, Leonard Sondergard, Gene Stephens, James F. 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V fi' A I VENN AMBROSE BACHMAN BEASLEY BEEMAN BISSETT CLABAUGH CLANCY COATS COFFMAN FERNANDEZ GOTTHARDT GREENE GREGORY HANNA HENDRICKS HOFF HOFFMAN HOLMES J UENKE KATZ KRAFT MAGNER MANN MCGUIRE MOORE MORAN NICHOLS NOVAK OLIVER PELTO POLSON RUTH ERFORD TAYLOR VOEN ES WOLF E ZAHNLE BIGLIONE FORBES CASEBOLT BALL BECKNELL BELL BLACKBURN BLEVINS BURCHARD ELLIS GENSLER GRANT HALL HALLOCK KELLOGG LAFOLLETTE LAGUDIS MACK MORTON OLSON PEOPLES PRETZER ROGERS ROSE ROWE SAFFORD SCHEIDT SCHMIDT SHAFFER SHARP SHUPE SMITH STEWART THORNHILL TITUS TRABING VAN METER, D. VAN METER, J. WASEMI LLER WH ITE WI LTON WINTER WOLVERTON THETA CHI . BETA UPSILON CHAPTER Founded 'I935 iformerly Beta Kappal FALL OFFICERS SPRING William E. Forbes. E.,..,.......,, President ...........,. Robert W. Casebolt John R. Shupe ....,......... .--Vice-President ..,,, . .....N..... Robert Schmidt Carlos E. Wilton ..,...,.v...,,.... Secretary ................... Stephen Lagudis Robert W. Casebolt. E..,,....L,. Treasurer ...,.... . ......... Carlos E. Wilton SPONSORS J. R. Burkholder, Charles Noble Beard MEMBERS Frank Ball, Benny Barsotti, George P, Becknell, Harlan Bell, Roy H. Blackburn, W. Ray Blevins, Neil Bank, Harold Brown, Chester Brumbaugh, Verlin N. Bur- chard, Charles Clark, Edward Credell, Kellar G. Ellis, Leon Gensler, Clifford O. Grant, Harold B. Haig, Lee Halderman, Jack Hall, Lindsay R. Hallock, Ronald Harlan, Albert J, Kellogg, James LaFollette, Bill Mack, Jack E. Morton, Dick Olson, Paul Peoples, Arthur Pretzer, Richard Rogers, Glenn Rose, Earl Rowe, George Safford, Murray Saylor, Omar Scheidt, Walter Shaffer, Philip Sharp, Earl C. Smith, G. LaDell Stewart, Walter Thornhill, Lee Titus, Fred Topham, Donald Trabing, Dick Van Meter, J. G. Van Meter, Paul Wasemiller, Daniel White, Wal- ter Williams, Jack Williamson, Robert F. Winter, Donald Wolverton. 741 'mx 5 I 4. df- Il I e nl' ... , QE." I, I ' Leonard V. Ross .... .... ........,..... . , ..., , ,...,... ........... P r esident Carroll Mallory .....,.,... .....,,... . ........ .............. S e cretary Greg Woods ........., - ....... ....,.......... V ice-President Gervase A. Eckenrod-.. ................ , s......,...... - ..........,........ Treasurer John Boghosian, Roy Cass, Bob Clark, Sam Eggers, Charles K. Fisher, Jr., Sabin H. Gray, Edward S. Lee, Dan J. Leonardo, E. B. Loverin, Louis Monteleon, Gene Phillips, Merle Rush, Noble C. ROSS MA'-LORY Smith, Jr., ms BOGHOSIAN CASS ECKENROD FISHER GRAY LEE LEONARDO LOVERIN RUSH SMITH STON ER WALTON WOODS - me e me is is ARNOLD CHARTRAND ms AIKEN H BENDOSKI H CHEUVRONT FENN is DELTA SIGMA PHI BETA NU CHAPTER Founded 1947 FALL OFFICERS SPRING Hugh A. Arnold .,.,.,.. -,,,---President ,........ ........ D ick Charfrand Dick Chartrand.---.,-- ...... Vice-President ........ ......... D oriald Reed William R. Wells ...... ....... S ecretary ......... ...... - -Dick Ward Bob TayIor-,,-,, 4,..,..,.-.. ,,,.N... Treasurer ....................... Louis Scherer SPONSORS Francis A. Wiley, Ralph R. Gurley MEMBERS Lowell Aiken, Lawrence Bendoski, Robert Cheuvront, A. Jay, Fenn, Harold Gibson, Jack Gill, Jack Guinn, Tom Paul Guinn, Fred T. Jamieson, Merton Johnson, Bill Kopenhefer, Jack D. LaBon're, Jimmie Manock, Bill Pattee, Howard Rose, Bob Schlotthauer, Wayne Tucker, Barney Yauch, ----V 1---f V 7,7 777 Y,-mx,f,....,,.....-,H Y - , is is GIBSON E: GUINN, T. JAMIESON new is is LABONTE 3: MANOCK PATTEE ., , -ms .. REED SCHERER WARD WELLS 1 Q .V .-.. 1 fi :.: Q. :.:, . ..:: I :.,, 135.3 PHI SIGMA KAPPA KAPPA TRITON CHAPTER Founded 1947 FALL OFFICERS SPRING Charles Price ....w, ..-, . -,,President ,,,.,.v.,. ........ H arry Meeks Harry Meeks ....... ......, V ice-President ..... , ........... Edward Marbut Bill Anderson- ...-. ...,..,- S ecretary -..---. ,. ,.,,,,.,,,,, W. C. Bradley Bill Davies.. ,,..,.,..,.,---,,, . ,,,,.,-. Treasurer ,.-,,-,. , ,,,,..,........... Bill Davies SPONSORS Eugene A. Egan, Ralph W. McCoy, Edward V. Tenney MEMBERS Tom Aney, Ted M. Ayres, John Canfield, Melvin Canfield, LeRoy Eiffler, Don Ellis, Jack D. Garner, Ernest W. Johnson, George A. Kerber, Gordon Kierstine, Charles King, Don W. Logan, Gay Mc'- Cline, Richard McWilliams, James Mitchell, Bill Montgomery, Lou Paden, Milt Roth, William Rusconi, Robert H. Ruucl, Wesley Trumble, Jay V. Woosley, Galen William Zimmerman. 'Me g 4-. Q., 'mam assi '-:- , ' L is H I 56 .I ' ' LZ ' .f-i: I 55f.:il"f...QLfL " i.m+TQ?mJ j I I H IW ls Ml' News We E . PRICE MARBUT ANDERSON ANEY AYRES BRADLEY CANFI ELD DAVIES ELLIS GARNER JOHNSON KERBER KIERSTINE LOGAN McCLlNE MCWI LLIAMS MITCHELL MONTGOMERY ROTH RUSCONI RUIJD TRUMBLE WOOSLEY ZIMMERMAN WHITBY I i BEDFORD f BRICKS CARMAN 3 ROULLARD, R. HAI-iEsY,J.E. HAN EY LAMBERT LAONE - LONGLEE MCVEY MILLER, c. MILLER, o. L MURCHIE NELSON REES RODMAN SEAL ' STEPHANIAN 1 STILWELL VANE PETERSEN SIGMA Pl ALPHA XI CHAPTER Founded 1948 FALL OFFICERS SPRING Eugene R. Whitby ............... President ........ . ........... Richard Stilwell Ted N. Petersen .............. Vice-President .... - ............... Golden Long Vernon F. Longlee ..... - ........ Secretary ............................... Ray Seal Procopio Guzman ....... - .,...... Treasurer ........ . ........, Howard Lambert SPONSORS Arch R. Addington, Bryant E. Rees MEMBERS John Bedford, Harold L. Bricks, Howard N. Carman, Robert F. Droullard, Keith Droullard, John Graham, J. E. Hahesy, Norman Lee I-laney, Jr., Robert Hatcher, Everett Dale Jackson, Jack Lam- bert, David D. Laone, Ted R. McVey, Clarence C. Miller, Jr., D. Budd Miller, Tom Miller, Thomas J. Murchie, Harold Nelson, Frank Pratt, Bryant E. Rees, Dick Rodd, Earnest Dale Rodman, Bob Schroder, John Stephanian, George N. Vane. 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In his first year at big time college coaching, Gleason worked with a large, but vastly inexperienced group of foot- ball aspirants. On top of this was laid the handicap of intro- ducing the T formation, a new system to almost the entire squad. Above it all emerged a Gleason coached team with a season record of three wins, six losses, and two ties, but an undisputed second place in the final California Collegiate Athletic Association standing. Gleason made local headlines previously as one of Fresno State's all-time all-round athletes in '35, '36, and '37, ALVIN "Pix" PIERSON Line Coach A staunch advocate of per- fection of fundamentals and techniques describes the foot- ball teachings of Alvin "Pix" Pierson, Fresno State line coach. Pierson entered the Fresno State College scene in l94l from Florida. Since that time the ex-Nevada and University of California ace has con- tinually produced some of the finest line material on the Coast. t s "Tic MALCOLM FIESE Backfield Coach Malcolm Fiese, farmer St. Mary's College fullback, was selected to fill the backfield coaching job vacated by the ad- vancement of Gleason. An all-Coast back in I935, Fiese brought with him the rock- as em, sock-em tactics which he perfected in earlier assignments at St. Mary's, St. Mary's Pre- Flight, and lowa Pre-Flight. SEASON SUMMARY Fresno State named best passing team in nation in minor college divi- sion with l5l.6 yards per game average .... team amasses 2,489 total yards for l24 first downs .... Vince Palmo averages 4.7 yards per try and Hal Wheat totals l95 yards in rushing department .... Bob Hoffman named all CCAA end and receives little All-American honorable mention- . . . Millard Mitchell chosen all-CCAA tackle for 2nd year .... Quarter- back Bill Montgomery completes 58 of lO3 passes for .563 average and selected on 2nd all-CCAA .... John Pereira wins Roos Brothers punting trophy with a 62 yard boot .... Earl Smith top punter for average, Suge Carter for total yards .... Hoffman and Vern Caywood elected co-cap- tains at season's end. Top line, left, to right: Gleason, Kraft, Wheat, Robinson, Montgomery, Aney, Clabaugh, Carter, Allain, Gilbert Smith, Pereira, Pelto, Jury, Lockwood. Middle line: Mongelli, Williamson, Hanna, Greene, Wolfe, Yost, Zahnle ,Ra ley, Hanner, Juenke, Grey, Hoffman, Smith, Borello, Keyan. Bottom line: Ayers, DeOrian, Ziegler, Loverin, Cay wood, Mayhew, Gotthardt, Clancy, Eggers, Speight, Moran, Neal, Antonetti, Palma. FRESNO STATE 2 HAL WHEAT Halfback Boasting a new Coach and a new system, Fresno State chose to open their i947 grid season against the Chiefs from Oklahoma City University, third highest scoring team in the nation dur- ing the '46 season. Unable to cope with OCU's hard running halfbacks and at the same time unable to unleash any power of their own, the Bulldogs were dumped 27-2. OKLAHOMA CITY U 27 Bulldog of Week BOB HOFFMAN End CHARLIE KEYAN Manager rf, ,Zff -,R . E , ff A ff ,ut 1-f.. -.-Q .f V, CARROLL SPEIGHT Guard 'xx IVAN ALLAIN Bulldog of Week Quarterback SUGE CARTER Fullback FRESNO STATE 'I8 Against the Moiliili Bears, the Bull- dogs shifted their gridiron machine into high gear and uncorked the passing attack which later carried them to a second place in the CCAA. Bill Mont- gomery and Bob Hoffman teamed up to pull the squad from a 7-6 halftime deficit to an i8-7 victory. Moiliili game-Left to right, Wilson Hanna, Tom Yost, Vern Caywood, going downfield with the kickoff. Vinc Palmo held the ball and Don Knieling did the kicking. MOILIILI BEARS 7 1' ' m aww. msn mmm an ga, as J Q4 M ns f -in ,: f -1 ., A- -...J '.p. 4 f J... ,1-A '4 , av 15 . 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OF HAWAII 27 Jim Wolfe makes the tackle with the assistance of Smith and Moran. -- 'fi,i?'3""i"i rf5'C552:rEPfzUr"'f3:-., r- "T?ff"" ' ' Y 'f H N 2' H H H H 'H ,tiff'A'-FQi713,f7fJgRvm4r'+W '3'ffbefgihiito',.i?7Q3i3'f'9 ' 4 sr 'S 12 51. -fl , 1' - 55: - W E f B W' 5 'WA :"if,4,.f 4, A - naw: f : ' svkfii 1 A f z'35.,:45?f1",g5,. R' " fy ,'f's'.1'1l-: ..:"L ,,.-' "I te Y H' ' f?Z1iiQ'r"'f" H H54 l2'f3?l '-ffl 'i ' 5- lil. 1 5 1 A A L fwhfff if ii ?'la'.1.'.ff-gr ' A L . N' TIE l..1::l'l',' Iii- . 15? l"55!"4',f1?'-il" f F Life A ' AW- gg,-"fy V , ,N-gg, -. , -fr QA... " r -" Q ,-as .. .' ts W1 t , - -Q X. 1 we gf A 3- 5 .Mm A fi nf, if . 1 if an' Y, , , mf- W lair- 5 bmw. Standing Left to Right: Coach Warmerdam, Bourdet, Sondergard, Schmall, Havins, Voetberg, Williamson, Saylor Kneeling Ball, Becknell, Toomasian, Sciacqua, Holmes, and Slade. BASKETBALL CORNELIUS "DUTCH" WARMERDAM Often overlooked as a basketball strategist because of his track and field prestige is Cornelius "Dutch" Warmer- dam, new Fresno State basketball coach, and present holder ofthe world's pole vault record. After graduation from Fresno State College in l938, the "Flying Dutch- man" served briefly in the U. S. Navy, held down a head coach post at Petaluma High School, was assistant track coach at Stanford, and then came to Fresno State as head basketball mentor and assistant track coach. A three-year letterman in basketball as well as track at FSC, Warmerdam was named on the all-conference hoop squad in i938 and l939. 50 ELMER HOLMES JACK WILLIAMSON JOHN TOOMASIAN AL CANO SEASON SUMMARY Hopes for a CCAA hoop title ran high at Fresno State for half a season as Cornelius Warmerdam's towering quintet won eight of their first l2 games. In this first half splurge, the new basketball coach brought his six foot two inch average team through wins over such potent teams as Pepperdine, Chico State, Whittier, and University of New Mexico, while dropping only single games to nationally ranked Santa Clara, the professional Oakland Bittners, St. Mary's and Pepper- dine. Weakened under the back boards, by the loss of six foot six inch Vern Riggins the Fresno State club drop- ped a rough and tumble contest to College of Pacific 48-61, on January 23, and followed with an ll game losing streak, broken only by a win over COP in their second meeting. Warmerdam's team closed the season in typical Fresno State fashion, by outscoring San Diego State 70- 64, and the Fresno State Alumni 54-49, and dropping a heart breaker to Santa Barbara 37-35. Individual scoring honors were heaped upon Captain George Becknell with a season's total of 273 and a game average of ll points. Becknell, a guard, lost a first string all-CCAA berth to several high scoring cen- ters but won second team honors easily. Forward Al Cano followed closely with an l8 game average of lO.8 and a season total of l83 counters. Cano eclipsed the CCAA individual scoring record with a 3l point spree against San Diego in the latter's upset loss in Fresno. Fresno State was outscored by their combined opponents 1395 to i287 in season statistics. MURRAY SAYLOR GEORGE "WHITEY" GEORGE BECKNELL Manager BECKNELL Captain ' L ' 7 " ' The title of Fresno 'W' "fs s this " s State's basketball captain and most valuableplayerfell into the hands of George "Whitey" Becknell. Modest, for his team high scoring and flawless defensive play. 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A... gi ,., ' va, FRANK BALL BUD VOETBERG AL SCIACQUA HBH SEHK E 510 0 LEN SONDERGARD Fresno State SCORES Long Beach Elks 45 Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Fresno State Loyola College 47 San Jose State 56 Olympic Club 4l San Diego State 43 San Diego State 57 San Jose State 60 College of Pacific 57 Cal Poly 64 Santa Barbara 64 San Diego 64 Santa Barbara 37 FSC Alumni 49 Sondergard blocks shot by Ecuador U. man Becknell, Sondergard and two San .lose men tight tor tree ball Right, Riggins Cl3l'slaps ball from San Jose rnan's bands lflll-3" '- .e nv' . 1, SLE- . -1-t 1-1.7-. ffl-If 33- fe view- ,f sw -5-.-.C-f - V ff- -- - -.ywuf Y i QA Tap raw, left to right, Hanner, Shaeffer, Williamson, Goss, Slade, Lohse, Olson, Kohfeld, Canfield, Warmerdam Middle raw, Bissett, Vierra, White, Palma, Waterman, Martin, McCoy, Sciacqua. Bottom row, Hansen, Siler, Am brose, Pereira, Haney. , TRACK AND FIELD Yet untried at Campus press time because of heavy weekend rains, Flint Hanner's varsity track squad re- mained at undetermined strength. Although hit hard by the lass of four weightmen, all heavy point getters, Hanner had the nucleus of his '47 CCAA runnerups to work with, plus several high ranking junior college transfers. Remaining in the Fresno State picture were such notables as all conference low hurdle champion, Merle Martin, big Jack Williamson, distance ace, Bob Waterman, 24 foot broad jumper, and Dick Hibner, a fast improving pole vaulter. New faces around the Ratcliffe oval this year included Vernon Jamieson, sprinter from Visalia, Dick Vierra, national junior college two mile champion, and Vincent Giargini, quartermiler. J. FLINT HANNER Head Coach Ever since his appoint- ment ta the FSC faculty in l925, J. Flint Hanner has tailed endlessly to bring national recogni- tion to Fresno State. With his sound and in- fluential reasoning Han- ner, ance a national champion at Stanford, has developed top teams at Fresno State, till naw his name, alone, attracts many of the finest prep track and field athletes. l-lanner played an im- portant part in the origin of the West Coast Relays in l927, and at the pres- ent time is chief director of the event. ln addition, l Hanner is vice-president and membership chair- -a MIKE KERSHAW Manager legiate Athletic Associa- tion and past president of the lC4A. a man of the National Col- i n in V I N C E. G I O RG I N I 11.654 Distance is tggf., ,Ja .fm w' M - ,,,, v, .- WES SLADE High Jump J IM KOHFELD Distance JACK WILLIAMSON Distance LEON GENSLER I Distance DICK VIERRA Distance -.1-.Ll!.s. E a 5 E H: M ms ss mam mn a ss ss E mn ms nm a my msn ,.mA ' 4, 5 ss mn ss mn sms mn FRED JAMI ESON W mam a 1 , ss s sm , L 4 ms., H xiii L' E Bw-22 msn sm sms am mn a ss na as n . Eigsaxm E as mu .wwf may :mms WM 'EI ms nm Y HF! sm E. 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Aided by the return of three all-conference players and the introduction ofa top ranking coach, but seriously hampered by wet weather, the Bulldog baseball picture remained in questionable status. Position by position the Bulldogs had an all letterman team with the exception of two hard-hitting outfield transfers, Galen Bowman and Hal Wallace, and third baseman Mal Bourdet. The rest included all conference returnees Bill Hansen, Earl Smith, and Hal Wheat, colorful short stop Suge Carter, catcher Bob Boney, and "big" little outfielder Art Shahzade. , Pete Beiden's travelling horsehiders opened the season in robust fashion, trampling Cal Aggies 9-4, ll-l, and 20-5. Then, in beteween frequent rains, they lost to and tied Sacramento 2-5 and l-lg edged Modesto College 5-2 and lO-2, buried Visalia College 2l-O, and beat Bakersfield College l2-ll and l4-lO. The first CCAA action saw Fresno take San Diego State 8-l, and then lose 3-4 and l-8. PETE BEIDEN Baseball Coach COlOl', CII'1Cl l'T'lOl'G COlOI' AAIKE PAOLERCIO is the word tor Fresno I State's third new head tg coach, Pete Beiden, Himself one of the most colorful baseball men- 't tors in the state, Belden fields flashy teams of the same caliber. How- ever, B e i d e n perhaps li thinks just as highly of proper physical condition for split second timing, and does not hesitate to take strict disciplinary z actions against any team it mi violators. Beiden, at one time a top professional baseball p I a y e r , accepted the Fresno State post early' this winter after a long period of years at Visalia College, where he was rated the Valley's best. Manager X ART SI-IAHZADE Outfield EARL SMITH BILL HANSEN Pitcher Infield BOB VENN AL CANO Outfield Pitcher FRANK BALL ' Infield is n n is is is . we HAL WALLACE Outfield GALEN BOWMAN DON ABBOTT Outfield Catcher GEORGE ABO HAL WHEAT Pitcher Infield MAL BOURDET Infield g 0 'jfs JACK MANN Infield BILL HORTSMAN Outfield INTRAMURAL SPORTS Directed by Coach Myron Anderson and Director of Athletics Earl Wight, the Fresno State intramural program has developed steadily until this year, when it was considered of major status. Included in the year long list of athletic tournaments were football, swimming, basketball, golf, tennis Csingles and doublesl, track, archery, handball Csingles and doublesl, boxing, volleyball, and softball. Competition runs high each year, especially in the fraternity divi- sion. This year the Zeta Mu fraternity, seeking its third straight win, was leading the intramural league at press time although receiving pressure from the Theta Chi's. SWIMMING Heartened by the largest opening day turnout in school history, the Fresno State swim team continued to beat sev- eral school records and score impressively in inter-collegiate meets. Lef to right Ventura Craig Garretson Maycomber, Lindsey, Reece, Archuleta, Newstrom, Ostergaard Tuma, 'I Anderson, Nelson, McCarthy, Hughes, Ramous, Davis, Bernhard. TENNIS Led by Ken McCarthy, one of the top ranking collegiate players in California, Fresno State came up with the strongest club in recent years. Myron Anderson coached the team. Playing without the services of McCarthy, first singles, the Bulldog netmen were dumped by a strong Cal Poly team 7-2 in the only con- test before Campus deadline. ln defeat, however, the club showed many potentialities. Folowing McCarthy on the team ladder were Allison Steward, Maurice Donellan, Howard Hughes, Ted Berndt, Ed Ramous, and Louis Davies, ranking in that order. Steward and McCarthy formed the number one team in the doubles bracket. ' ICE HOCKEY - A group of 30 inexperi- A 3 enced but anxious collegians gave Fresno State its first ice hockey team. The history mak- ing squad dropped its only three contests to the profes- sional Modesto and San Fran- cisco Olympic Club teams. MYRON ANDERSON McCullough, Anduri, Tounger, Burkhart, Kuhn, Kearns, Erdle, Kierstine, Molander, Lester. Bottom-Hayes, Shearer uintana, Morse, Crum, McFarland. Qc -fra fi i A . .. . i JI I Top Row: Lett to Right-Tounger, Leal, Notorangelo, Gidaro, Kashian, Abo, Shannon, Greenlee, Springer, lacobellis Morse, Benninger, Stewart, Jessup, Storey. Middle-Burgess, Yerger, Humphries lco-captaini, Brown, Graybill, Swen son, Natali Cco-captaini, Bohr, Roe, Harris, Sheldon, Goss, Harris, Wallace, Peoples, Peterson. Bottom--Diaz, Ruud McCullough, Brigham, Notorangelo, Jacobsen, Mize, Schmidt, Dougherty, Smith, Johnson, Quintana. if""i"'1- 'f"""''T?l'P"'iT?7B-"Surg ,219-: . 1 :.l f J + 2 wi ',j'2fss:s?zt1-ww , or , , 9121 'W ' - ' Z " if 2921222 Q. , , A ,. X' N' '59 S Q 1 f- , fag? P' ' ,- fi . , . ft, 4551 Q Q, fans f'g'f- V' , jfs ' 5" ,X . Q msg? ,, -W 3 . 4 '- ,V , ,,,f" V Kg l K Q Q , pf ,, ,wlu If . ' 1 ri. I ? tt , r ' X iffa 2-Q A 35 jf? ,,,,. E lf . 5, 1 l ll N ig?" ti n eg 5 2 f F 3 Puig! rf "' 1 Q' B vf ,Q J. tj awww 1 I 635.3 Kas Ii X s ff 5 K Q l X K Q i N' ' gf, f' it -f'r': BOB BURGESS Top Row: Lett to Right-Ferdinandsen, "" iw 3 JV FOOTBALL Coached by Bob Burgess and Mel Peterson, the Fresno State junior-varsity eleven tin- ished the regular season with a won three, lost three record and then dropped a post sea- son Olive Bowl game to Porter- ville College, 12-6. FROSH BASKETBALL With Paul Ferdinandsen at the helm, the trosh quintet breezed to l8 wins out of 23 games, one of the top fresh- man records in Fresno State history. PAUL FERDI NANDSEN Lee, Cocola, Wilson, Perez, Salwasser. Bottom-Moore, Fathey, Chiames 2 n nz is FROSH TRACK , i I Q E ' 7'5"-'R' . "vi 'QT,7f'TT,?'Tj5'EEi,,?.iQ!ai . . :,:, if - , f' 1'--4. fl , .'--+ it 1 ' Q, ., A M I ...lmm w A F g O I A I 4 gr 'L' F fl., lzlz l., AR. , J .f - 1. ' 1 fm?" " t 5'-5135:-'f T.. ---2-'TEH : :flgafi ' " 2' ' 6 '!.!3I:..'E' ' 'fi , ' V ,Q Egg., - ma ,, :.:,. f ,H -,V-:,.,.,. aqS5j.."..'L. . .1-f- S, I 8 ,f:L2.1",J..x rr-11 'S ' ' f ' H M H 'Pd - - F'-2'-.': 'f-- - . ---"--"'-' '- - - . r.. . .. --H-N-""' V 2. ff- . be -H ' ja . .- -ug, at , , -3 2 gg.-,.'i:::' , gr' -'ge 5 -, -e-, 5 "'f-, 7 . . E . j f . .i s T - T 1- . . . . fs- f fat:--E.-1.3 I ik 'ff wr .F H' - . HS . " ' ' 1 ' ' ....."Qr. " ':'-'T' ll 2T"l' . . ,.:. Q '57 ls., ,.:. ,:.: . i -. .. 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