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1946 MONTANAN PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS MONTANA STATE COLLEGE BOZEMAN, MONTANA a Foreword 1945-46 was a yeor of vost changes on the campus. Clubs, honoraries, and sports were reactivated as the enrollment doubled in a year's time. Besides the many new faces, the appearance of the campus was changed by the addition of trailer houses and pre-fabs. With everything else changing, only the mountains surrounding the compus remained steadfast, giving our world a sense of permanency. Thus it seemed appropriate to incorporate some of the beautiful scenery of our "Land of the Shining Mountains" into the theme of the 1946 Montanan.r De DICATION We wish to dedicote this book to the future of Montano State College — a future in which it is destined to grow, and for which farsighted plans hove been made to include new buildings and a broader education for leadership. The people you will see in this book hove all been o port in building up M S. C. as an institution famed for fine scholastic attainment and well-bolanced individual development. They deserve this dedication, and so do you who will be returning from the armed forces and coming from high school to carry on this tradition.In Memoriam PROFESSOR WILLIAM REECE PLEW AARON LEROY GREENWELLTable of Contents ADMINISTRATION FACULTY STUDENT GOVERNMENT CLASSES ACTIVITIES MILITARY FINE ARTS PUBLICATIONS SOCIAL ATHLETICS ORGANIZED HOUSES LIVING GROUPS NURSES ORGANIZATIONS HONOR ARIES CLUBS ADVERTISEMENTS AND STUDENT LIFE R. R, Renne President of Montana State College PRESIDENT R. R. RENNE is particularly close to the problems of the students, taking an octive interest in all phases of the college. At home with their children, he and Mrs. Renne enjoy gardening in the summer, and are ski enthusiasts in the winter. Dr. Roland R. Renne became the sixth and youngest president of Montana State college July 1, 1944, and wos formolly inaugurated in April, 1945 when Governor Ford performed the induction ceremony. Dr. Renne has been concerned with the development of the college from the time he come here os assistant professor of economics and sociology and agricultural economics less than nine years ago. He has proven himself an able administrator with big plans for the future of the school. Or. Renne conferring degrees of the Autumn Commencement exercises 16Dean Dean Dcon Dcon F. B. COTNER KATHERINE ROY CLYDE McKEE E. W. SCHILLING Division Deans Dean F. B. Cotncr has proved himself a thorough student of his subject ond a successful administrator of the Division of Science which forms a part of every curriculum. Closest to students in pre-med and bacteriology. Dr. Cotner is olways willing to counsel any needy student. Dean Katherine Roy come to MS.C. this year from Kansas State College to head the Division of Household and Industrial Arts. Already Dr. Roy is known for her administrative ability ond friendly personality. Dean Clyde McKee heads the Division of Agriculture. He supervises the research of the Montano Agricultural Experiment station os well as administering his deportment. Dean E W. Schilling is the genial head of the Engineering Division. Popular with students and faculty alike. Dr. Schilling takes time out from his busy schedule to meet frequent demands for chaperoning. H. G. KLEMME Dean of Men Dr. Klemme is known over the state for his inspirotionol addresses . . . has difficult task of lodging the increasing number of men students . . . experience as a Presbyterian minister has given him bread background for counseling students. ETHELYN C. HARRISON Dean of Women An understanding heort and a pleasing personality characterize our Dean of Women, Mrs. Harrison. She always remains gracious ond colm, ready to give advice, even when performing the extra duties which the enrollment increase ond housing shortage for women hove mode necessary. 17Department Heads JOHN W. 8LANKENH0RN Heods Deportment of Secrctoriol Studies . . . hos promoted growth and development of this deportment. R. T. CLARK In chorge of the Department of Animal Industry and Range Management . . . doctor's degree from U. of Minn. JOHN W. BREEDEN Health ond Physical Education heod . . . one of the "Golden Bobcots" back coaching boskctboll tcoms. RUSSELL E. GIBBS Heods the Mechonicol Engineering Deportment . . . friend of mony students under his Supervision. MERRILL G. BURLINGAME In chorge of History Deportment ... interested in Montano history . . . author of books in this field. MERRILL R. GOOD Chief of Industrial ond Gcncrol Engineering . . . faculty choirmon of High School Week. HARRY S. CANNON Directs Department of Modern Lon-guoges . . . teaches scientific German . . . Ph.D from Johns Hopkins. E. R. HALBROOK Heods the Deportment of Poultry Production. H. C. CHEEVER Directs Deportment of Architecture . . . popular with the students . . . essentiol. MRS. OLGA ROSS HANNON Ambitious director of Applied Art . . . ortist in her own right . . . nationol president of Delto Phi Dclto. 18Department Heads LEORA M HAPNER Deportment of Education end Psychology hood . . . lorge responsibility for success of High School Week. H. B. MILLS Responsible for success of the Zoology ond Entomology Deportment .... popular pedagogue. F. M. HARRINGTON Heods Deportment of Horticulture . . . choirmon of Student Union 8oord. O. W. MONSON Directs Deportment of Rural Engineering . . . degrees from Utah Agricultural College. MAJOR F. B. HERALD Heods Military Science deportment . . . R. O. T. C. . . . known also to the girls who took riflery. J. A. NELSON Heods Dairy Industry Deportment . . . teoches sonitory production ond handling of dairy products . . . gordner. JOHN W HURST Director of the Mathematics Deportment . . supervises students enrolled in Applied Science curriculum. LESTER E. OPP In charge of Music Deportment . .. fishing is O favorite postime . . . dry sense of humor. ARTHUR J. M. JOHNSON Chief of Physics Deportment ... his friendliness ond sense of humor are opprecioted by oil his students. R. H. PALMER Chief of the Deportment of Agricultural Education . . . also serves os director of the Testing Bureau. T9Department Heads ARTHUR H. POST Heeds the Deportment of Agronomy ond Soils . . . tcoches the study of crops and soil monogement. ANNA PEARL SHERRICK Heed of School of Nursing . . . supervises nursing education on campus ... co-ordinates progrom with offilioting hospitols. ODEN E. SHEPPARD Deportment of Chemistry heod . . . distinguished nationally in his field. MRS. SARAH J. VINKE Returned to M.S.C. this year to direct the English Department . . . interested in people and o foscinoting conversationalist. HOWARD WELCH Chief of Veterinory Science . . . well-known on the compus for his interesting lectures. 20Meet Our Professors Doc lor Kroenzel ond the Missouri River Project, need we soy more? . . . Ski enthusiast Dr Livers of the Moth Deportment. Mechonicol Engineers receive the old one-two from D. M. MocAlpinc . . . Mr. Thompson reloxes ofter o tough Econ. Lob. ... Dr. Binder woves goodbye to the Chemists Why so glum Mr. Tryon? . . . Miss Wilbur of the Art Deportment. Home Ec. students leorn how to mix up o coke from Miss Clow . . . Professor Goines ond pipe . . . Mr. Jordan and physics books, no doubt . . . Mrs. Paisley poses for the comero mon. 21 Although they always do o large job behind the scenes, the heads of the Service Division have shouldered even more work with the growth of the college this past year and the problems of the veterans under the G I. Bill. Included here ore the Registrar's office, the Treasurer's office, the Library staff, the Health Service, the Alumni office, the Student Union Monager, the Extension Department, and the Director of Publications. Registrar W. H. McCall Librarian Mrs. Lois B. Poyson Secretory-Treasurer Bernard Copping Edwin Howard of the Alumni Office Dr. Corl W. Hommer, Student Health Service Phil S. Eckert, head of Agricultural Economics Mildred Leigh, Director of of the Student Union Louis G True, Director of Publications Not Pictured—Director of Extension J. C. Toylor. Service DivisionStudent Senate EUGENE WILDE, President of the Associated Students, is a Civil Engineer from Bomville. Famous for his pipe ond cor. Gene is on outstanding member of his fraternity. Pi Koppo Alpho. He has performed his job conscientiously in developing the scope of the Student Scnote. The Student Senote is responsible for the direction of all student activities and provides a democratic student government. This spring the Senate presented the student body with the first revision of the Constitution of the Associated Students in six years, to bring it up to date and define the powers of officers more clearly. The officers of Editor of the Montanan and Exponent were made appointive instead of elective. The new Constitution becomes effective next yeor. SEATED—Peg Rhoods, Book Store Board; Marilyn Hoole, Commissioner of Music; Eloine Burke, Secretory; Gene Wilde, President; Betty Ryder, Book Store Representative. STANDING—Jone Brotton, Com. of Social Affairs; Jim Lyons, Soph, closs President; Ruth Dobler, Com. of Publications; Emil Blozmo, Com. of Athletics; Koy Hoffman, Com. of Dramotics; 8ruce Beotty, Com. of Finance; Potty Rend, Ed. of Montanan; Lorry Cooper. Junior class President; Pot Geary, Com. of Student Union. NOT PICTURED—-Betty Germcraod, Vice-President; Jane Motzke, Com. of Demonstrations; Esther Pesh-kur. Com. of Forensics, Ann Mohan, Ed. of Exponent; Ed Bratton, Senior closs President; Mork Sullivan, Freshman closs President; Win McDermott, Pres, Assoc. Women Students; Dale Lynch Com. of Judging Teoms; Betty Eokmon, Pres. Independent Women.FRONT ROW—Jone Brotton, Pot Geory, Win McDermott, Ann Mcrccr, Lucille Clydesdolc, Jone Motzke. SECOND ROW—Rousic Lou Solbcrg, Marilyn Thorpe, Morgorct Linficld, Ann Lundy. Ruth McDonald. NOT PICTURED—Rose Cloir Honsen, Potty Robinson. Eoch registered woman student at M.S.C. is a member of the Associated Women Students. It provides a voice for the women students of the institution and has authority over women students' affairs besides sponsoring all woman students' activities on the compus. The traditional Woman's Day Program is sponsored by this organization, which ol$o has undertaken a number of projects to raise money for gifts to the college. Winifred McDermott, President of the Associated Women Students, is o Home Economics moior from Foirhetd. A leader in mony compus activities. Win is president of Phi Upsilon Omi-cron, home ec, horsorory ond vice-president of her sorority. Alpha Omieron Pi. 25 A. W. S. CouncilCampos HIGH SCHOOL WEEK. Moking plons for the thousond high school students who thronged the campus Moy 2nd, 3rd, and 4th gave this committee lots of work in plonning the first peacetime High School Week in four years. General chairmen Vic Smith and Jone Motzke, and co-chairmen Bob Balch and Ruth McDonald worked with Mr. M. Good. PUBLICATIONS. Editors and advisors of the campus publications are claimed by the Board of Publications which shapes policies and considers problems. Members are Ann Mahan, Ed. of Exponent; Herbert White, Advisor of Exponent; Ed Howard; Ruth Dobler, chairman; Louis G. True, Advisor of Montanan; Patty Rend, Ed. of the Montanan. STUDENT HEALTH. A new committee wos formed this year to pass on appropriations for the Student Health Service. Jim Lyons, Dr. Carl W. Hammer, Jeon Stehlik, and Helen Butterfield worked on this committee. STUDENT-FACULTY RELATIONS. Better known as the gripe committee, these students and faculty members handle complaints and recommend their adjustments. Seated arc Mrs. Mary Jane Bates, Martha Hawksworth, Mr. P. C. Gaines, Marion Setterlund, Mr. Pot Dolan. Standing ore Margaret Linfield, Mim Miller, Donold Wold, Mrs. Soroh Vinke, Marilyn Hoole. 26Committees STUDENT UNION. Governing body of our fovorite building, the Student Union Board decides policy, cares for upkeep, finonces, and other administrative problems of the building. Members are Dr. H. B. Mills, R. H. Palmer, Peggy Rhcads, Bettie Ryder, Bernard Copping and Ed Howord. Not Pictured—F M Horrington, chairman. ATHLETICS. All athletic activities of Montana Stote College are under direct management of the Boord of Athletics. A lorge portion of their business concerns finonces and allotment of the money in the athletic fund. Seoted are Emil Bla-zina, Pat Dolan, Boyd Detononcour. Members standing are P. C. Gaines, "Brick" Breeden, and Ellsworth Hastings. INTER-CHURCH COUNCIL. Two representatives from each organized church group are members of the Inter-church Council which works for cooperation between the student groups. 27Seniors BRATTON HANSEN ROBERTS WINTER Getting into the swing of increosed post-war activities, the Senior class led off with enthusiasm by reviving the Senior Picnic and sneok day in the spring, as well as appointing o committee which painted the Senior Bench a beautiful green with violet flowers and the class letters. The class wos led by Ed Bratton, president; Rose Clair Hansen, treasurer Muriel Roberts, secretary; and Meta Lou Winter, vice-president. ROSE CLAIR HANSEN, BIG TEN, piled up on amazing activity record including membership in Dclto Phi Delta, Alpho Psi Omega, Mortar Board, Spurs, Who's Who, topped by the Loist Award in her senior year. As on outstanding ortist. Rose Cloir hos led the scholarship with membership in Alpha Lambda Deltc and Phi Koppo Phi. Friendly ond well liked, she is the capoblc president of her sorority. Kappa Dclto. 30MARILYN HOOLE. BIG TEN hos dcmon-strotcd her obility in the Home Ec. deportment by becoming o member of Alpho Lombdo Delto. Phi Upsilon Omicron, ond Phi Kappa Phi. Coming from Glenview, Morilyn is on outstanding member ond president of Chi Omega sorority. She hos kept her name in the fore-front of school activities by membership in Spurs, Mortor Boord, W.A.A. Council, ond Gripe Committee. ANOERSON. SHIRLEY E. Billings — Home Economics; Alpho Gflmmo Oclto; Home Ec Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Home Economics Council 4; Phi Upvlon Omicron 4; Junior Prom; W.A.A. I, 2. 3, 4; W.A.A. Council 3; Archery Prize I: Or-ehestra 1,2, 3. 4, Chorus 3; Quadrangle Boord 3. BRAZIEL. MRS. MARVEL M. Billmgs — Apolicd Art; Alpho Gamma Oclto; Art Club; Delta Phi Delto; Discussion Group; Mortor Boord. BIEBER. GRACE £. B»g Timber — Homo Economics; Alpho Omicron Pi; Home Ec Club 1. 2. 3. 4; W A A I. 2. 3; Chorus 1. 2, 3; High School Week 2. 4; Montonan 2 4; Weslyon; Funlondio I. 2; W.A.A. i, 2, 3. CHAPMAN. MRS. EVONNE HUMPHREY Glosgow — Horticulture. Girl's Cooperative House: House Council. 2. 3. 4; Ag. Club; Independents Club; M l.A.; WAA I 2; Inter-church Council 2, 3. BOOHER, MITIZ A. Tostoo—Botany ond Boc-teriology; Girl's Cooperative House; Sportonions 4; W.A A. I. 2, 3. 4,-Council 4. CLYOfSOALE, LUCILLE D. Big Fork -Physical Education; Alpho Gommo Delto; PE. Moiors Club; Sportonions; N o w m o n Club; WAA I. 2, 3. 4; Prcs. 4; Golden Bosket-ball Teom I. 2; M.S.C. Letter, Suit; Funlondio; A.W.S. Council. BRATTON, GEORGE E. Ronon — Dairy Industry; Fongs; Ag Club; Independents Club; Alumni 4-H Club; Alpho Zeto Septemvin; Senior Closs President. CRANSTON. MRS. LEILA LINFIELD 8ozcmon Institutional Monogcmcnt, Alpho Omicron Pi; Phi Koppo Phi 4; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Spurs 2; Sportonions; Home Ec. Club; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Exponent. 8RAZIEL, KENNETH R. Billings—Applied Science; Oclta Too Oclto; Student Discussion Group; M.S.C. Vcteron's Club; Exponent. CROWLEY, ROSANNE Bozeman - Home tco nomics; Institutional Man-egement; Pi Beta Phi; Home Ec. Club I. 2, 3. 4; Exponent 1, 2. 3; Frosh-ponent Editor; Ncwmon Club I. 2, 3. 4. MARGARET LINFIELD, BIG TEN. is o Secre-toriol mo|or and o good one loo, who hos helped with many compos activities, including ploy production staffs, business manager of the Exponent, Gr.pe Committee, A.W.S. Council, Big-Little Sister chairman, and president of Ponhcll-cnic Council An enthusiastic skier and tennis player, Mickey is from Bozemon and a membe' of Alpha Omicron Pi. Phi Koppa Phi or d Who's Who top off her achievements. FAGAN. DICK VERN Ophoim—Agriculture Education; Independents Club; Collegiate F.F.A. I, 2. 3, ; Alumm 4-H Club I, 2. 3. 4; Ag Judging Contest; Exponent I; Montanan 4, Wesleyan Foundation, Boxing 4; Dairy Products Judging Team 4. GERMERAAD. BETTY J. Billings—Applied Art; Pi Beta Phi, Pres 4: Secretarial Club; Delta Phi Delta 3. 4; Art Club; Student-Faculty Assembly Comm 4; Woman’s Day Committee; High School Week Committee; Quod Board; Montanan; Exponent; W.A A.; Student Scnotc; Vice - Pres. 4; A.W.S. Council; Officer of Grand Notionol Spur Council; Quod B. Pres. FINCH. HELEN JEAN Bozemon — prc-Mcdicol; Chi Omega; Alpha Lomb-do Delta, Phi Siamo. Phi Koppa Phi, Ski Club; Spurs; Ski Teom; Orchestra, GIBLER, JOHN W. Choteou—Agronomy; Ag Club; R.O.N.S. Alpha lombdo Delto; Pon Hellenic Council 4; Who's Who 4; Prom Attendant 4; Mortar Board 4; Spurs. Pres. 2; Junior Sponsor 3. FOOTE. FRAZER. HAROLD J. SELMA LEE Kolispell — Chemistry; Sorpy—Home Economics. Alpho Chi Sigmo. GREEN. GRAY. MARY FRANCES Fort Benton—Home Economics; Chi Omcgo. MARGERY PHYLLIS Helena — Chemistry; Alpho Lombdo Delto; Vicc-Prcs,; Lutheran student Association. Vice-Pres.; R c g i o n o I Pres.; Electrons; Inter - church Council. GALSTER. MARION D. Bri ngs — Home Economies; Phi Upsilon Omicron 4; Alpho Psi Omcgo 4; Ploy Production Staffs 1, 2. 3, 4 HABEL, ARTHUR Dutton—-Agricultural Education; Alpho Gamma Rho. Ag. Club I. 2. 3. 4; Alumni 4-H; State F.F.A.; High School Week; Newman Club; Footboll; Intro-mural Boskctboll I. 2. 3. 4. 32 I HANSEN, ROBERT Rich land — Chemistry; ieptemvir. 4; BosketbOll HANSEN, ROSE CLAIR Deer Lodge—Applied AM, Keppo Delto, pres 4; Al-pho Lambda Delta 1. 2; Delta Phi Delta 2, 3, 4; Alpho Pm Omega 3, 4, Mortor Boord 4, Spurt 2; Phi Koppo Phi 4; Art Club I, 2. 3. 4; Big Ten 4; Loist Award 4; Worn on's Day Comm. 3. W.S., S.F., 4; WAA. I. 2, 3; Funlondio I, 2; Swimming Meet, I; Who's Who Among Students in Amcr icon Universities ond Colleges 4; A WS. Sect, 4. Vice Pres. Senior Class. KALAL, JOAN JENSEN. ANNA M o2,k,,C"V—l4omc Ec.; Omicron; In- ependent Club; Home Roy — Nursing. Nurses' SJ- Club: 4-H Alumni; Club I, 2; Independent r„. : Big-L.ttlc Sister Club I, 2; Sec. Trcov Cop,Q "- Sophomore Closs H INMAN, SUZANNE ). Helena — Secretarial. Pi Beta Phi. Trcos. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Secretonol Club, pres. 4; Pi Omega Pi; Spurs; M o r t o r Board; A W S Council, 3; Pon-Hcllemc, 4; Woman's Day Chairman. 2; Business Mor Montanan; Exponent Stoll. 2, 3; "Nme 6 rH“ 3. KELLY, M BETTY Butte—Home Ec.; Alpha Gamma Delto; Home Ec. Council; Exponent; Montanan; N c w m a n Club; Inter-church Council; WAA Council; Drum Corp; Chorus. HOFFMAN, KATHRYN A. Yakima, Wash—Tronsler. Great Falls College ol Education; Applied Art; Chi Omega, Alpha Psi Omego 3, 4; Pi Kappa Delta; Phi Koppo Phi. Delto Phi Delto. Pres., 4. Art Club. Pres.. 3; Exponent; New men Club; Commissioner of Forensics; Debate; Commissioner of Dromot-ics; Debote Trophy; Student Senotc. W.A.A. KING. BETTY JEAN Livingston — Cbcmistry; Pi 8eta Phi; Mortar Boo»d; Electrons; Mon-tonon I. 2, Editor 3; Who's Who Among Students m Amencon Colleges ond Diversities; Student Senotc 3; Boord of Publications 3. HOOLE. MARILYN J. Glendive—Home Ec.; Chi Omego. Pres , 4; Phi Up-si Ion Omicron; Home Ec Club; Pi Koppo Delta; Alpha Lambda Delto. Spurs; Mortor Boord; Phi Koppo Phi; W.A A. Council; Big Ten; Student-Facuity Relations Com., 3, 4; Jr. Pon-Hcllenic; Pan Hellenic Council; Montonon; W.A.A,. JANE MATZKE, BIG TEN, has become o power in school activities. An Architectural major from Roundup, Jane hos led by being Women's chairman of High School Week, Big-Little Sister chairman. Commissioner of Demonstrations, and o member of A W.$. Council, Spurs, Mortor Boord, Alpho Psi Omego, Who's Who. In addition to all this, she is the president of her sorority, Alpho Gamma Delto. KNEBAL, EARL Gtendivc—Ag. Education; Alumni F.F.A. KINNEY. Browns Volley. Minn. — Horticulture; S Qmo Koppo. LEONHARDY, MARY ELIZABETH Williiton, No. Dok. — Homo Ec.; Koppo Dclto; Homo Ec. Club I. 2. 3. 4; Inter-church Council I. KLINGLER, BERNICE A. Sovoy—Homo Ec.; Girl's Coop. Pros. 4; Sect. 3. Homo Ec. Club 1. 2, 3. 4; Independent Club. I, 2. 3, 4; W.A.A. I. 2. 3. LINDNER MRS MARY JANE Butte — Nursing; Alpho Omicron PI; Spurs 2. LINFIELD. MARGARET LOIS 8ozcmon — Secrctonol; Alpho Omicron Pi; Phi Koppo Phi 4; Socrctonol Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Vice Pres. 4; Ski Club 4; Who's Who Among Students in Americon Uruvorsitics ond Colleges. 4, W A A 1.2 3. 4; Big Ten 4; Gripe Comm. 4; A.W.S. Council 3. 4; Publicotions Comm 2; Pon-Hollcnie, Pres. 4, Women's Doy Comm. 4. Montonon I, 2; Exponent I. 2, Bus Mgr. 2; Big Little Sister Chm, 3; Con-didote for Montonon Queen 4; Jr. Prom Alton-dent 4 Ploy Production Stoffs, 1. 2. 3: W.A.A. KUCERA, MARJI LOCH. BETTY JEAN Dolton—Home Ec KURTS. MARION, L. Gildford—Norsino ROBERT MARAS, BIG TEN, is known tc everybody os on exponent of the "Hello" custom on the campus ond o leader in mony activities os president of Physics Club ond Scptcmviri, Duke of Fongs, Com. of Athletics, ond member of the Assembly Committee and Who's Who. He hos done o good job of leading his fraternity. Sigma Alpho Epsilon. This senior who hos energy to burn is from Hclcno ond on Engineering Physics mojor. 34 i I IIJANICE MAYFIELD, BIG TEN, from Bozemon rook rime out from the busy schedule of o Chem. moior to enter mony octivities which were crowned by her being chosen Five Ycor Spcokcr for Women's Doy. She is president of Mortor Boord, ond hos been o member of Student Senote, Alpho Lombdo Delta, Spurs, ond Bond and Orchestra. She is o member of Alpho Omi-cron Pi sorority ond Who's Who. McCLARRON A JEANNETTE RvegotC—Nursing MAHAN. ANN Hunrley—Home Ec.; Al-« ho Comma Delto; Home Ec. Club; A.W.S.; Phi Up-sitan Omicron, 3, 4; Senate 4; Exponent. I, 2. 3. 4; Editor 4; Boord Of Publicotions 4; Who Who Amono Students in Amencon Universities ond Colleges 4; Orchestro; Chorus McDermott WINlFREO ELEANOR Foirticld—Home Ec. Alpho Omicron Pi; Phi Up-silon Omicron. Pres. 4. Spurs; Mortor Boord; Sporfomcns; N e w m o n Club; Not'l. Boskelboll Officials Rotmg; W.A A ; A W.S. Pres. 4; Home Ec. Club; Council; Donforth Fellowship; Student Sen-otc; Who's Who Among Students in Amencon Colleges ond Universities MANSBRIDGE. MIRIAM MILLER Bozeman—Home Ec. At-oho Gamma Delto; Student - Foculty Rotations Com. 4. McDonald. DOROTHY LUTHER Indent—Secretarial- Al pho Comma Delto; Secrc-toriol Club. MARAS, ROBERT GEORGE JR. H c I c n o — Engineering Physics; Sigmo Alpho Epsilon. Pres. 4; Fongs 2. 3, Pres. 3. Septemvm, Pres 4; PhvsKS Club 1. 2. Pres.; Big Ten. 4; Who's Who Among Students in Americon Universities one! Colleges. 4. institutionoi Rotations Committee 3. 4; Assembly Committee 4, Commissioner of Athletics 3; Freshmen Week Committees 3. 4; New-mon Club; R.O.T.C., 2, 3. mcintosh MARY ELLEN Coffee Creek—Home Ec.; Home Ec. Club. MARIS, ALTHEA A. Roundup—Sccrcfonol; Pi Beta Phi; Secretarial Club I. 2. 3. 4. Pi Omega Pi. Pres 4; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4. Pres. 4; spurs 2, Sect.; W A A . Women's Doy 3, 4; Chorus I. McCLEOD, PEGGY DURHAM Harrison—Home Economics. MATZKE, JANE Roundup — Architecture; Alpha Comma Delta Pres. 4; Architectural Club I. 2, 3. 4; Delto Phi Delto, Trcos, 4; Mortor Board 4; Spurs 2' Alpho Psi Omega 3. 4; Big Ten. 4; Woman's Chairman High School Week. 4; Pan-Hellcnic Council 4; Com. of Demonstrations. AWS. Council; Who's Who Among Students in Amencon Universities ond Colleges. 35JEAN STEHLIK, BIG TEN, i« on Art major from Butte who is well-known for her acting in many school productions ond os o Montonon beauty queen ond Queen of the Junior Prom. Jeon is also tops in o list of activities including membership in Spurs, Delto Phi Delta, Alpha Psi Omcgo, Delta Phi Delta, Mortar 8oord, and Who's Who. She is the copoble president of her sorority. Alpha Omicron Pi. MILES, MARY G. Powdcrvillc — Home Ec.; Alpha Omicron Pi; Home Ec. Club, 1, 2. 3, 4; Ph. Upsilon Omicron, 4; Chorus; High School Week, 4; Montonon; W A X.; Funlandio. NELSON, BETTY MAE Greot Foil —Chemistry. MOTIL, STEVE CHARLES Stockctt—Agricult uro. NO.SON, ROBERT STEWART Greot Foil — Mcchonicol Engineering. MAYFIELD. JANICE HELEN Bozcmon—Chemistry. Al-pf 0 Omicron Pi; Alpha Lomtxlo Delta, I, 2; Elec Irons, I. 2, 3. 4; Spurs, 2; Womon’s Day, 2. 3; Student Scnote 3; Student Umon Boord, 3; Orches-tro; Bond 3; Montonon 3; Mortar Board, Pres. 4; Alpha Lambda Delto ond Mortar Boord Fresh mon Scholarship Awards, I ; Big Ten 4; Five Year Soeokcr; Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges ond Universities. MURRAY. FAWN MARIE Philipsbura — Home Ec.; Pi Beta Phi; Home Ec Club; Ski Club; Exponent I, 2. 3; Montonon 3; Froshponent. 1; W.A.A. I, 2; Drum Corp I; Horn ilton Holl Council, 1; Quod Boord President 4 NYMAN, LILLIAN Bozemon—Nursing. MYERS, NORMA J. Billings—Home Ec. NYQUIST. FABIAN Glasgow — Range Mgmt., Mens Co-op; Ag Club. Veterans' Club; Ncwmon Club I. 2, 3. 4; Intramural wrestling; Little International I. NOLAN. BARRY D. Greot Foils — Chemical ond Electrical Engineering; Independent; Alpha Chi Sigmo 42-46; Amer Inst. Chem Eng 42-46. Pres. 4; Radio Club; Amer Inst. Elect Ena. 4. Canterbury Club 1, 2. 3, 4. 36PALO, BETTY V. ODONNEU, PAT Grcot Foils — Secretarial; Alpha Omxron Pi; WA. A.; Secretarial Club. POSTELWAITE. DORIS LAVONNE Kevin—Applied Science. OHTA, VICTOR M. Livingston—Pro Medical; Phi Sigma; Scpremvin, OUAMMEN. RUTH MARGUERITE Lindsay—Home £c; Alpha Gamma Delta. Colstrip—Sccrelarial; Alpha Gemma Della; Secretarial Club. REND, ETHEL PATRICIA Bultc — Applied Science; Alpha Omicron Pi; Transfer Mont. School of Mines; Phi Kappa Phi, 4; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 4; M.S.C. Letter 4; Sporton-ians. 4; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Student Senate, 4; Board of Publications 4; Exponent. 2. 3; Montanan 3, Editor 4; Rcdio Club and Plays, 2; Ocbotc 3; Ski Club 2. 3, 4; Chi O Psychology Award 3. PATTERSON, PIERCE Edgar—Physical Ed; Phi Sigma Kappa; Fangs 2, 3; Exponent I; Montanan 3; Student Senote 3. 4; Newman Club; Lcs Bouffons; Assembly Committee 4, Board of Pub. chairman. 3; "Petrified Forest." ROBERTS. MURIEL ANNE Butte—Home Ec.; Alpha Omicron Pi; Home Ec Club I, 2, 3. 4, Council, 4; Phi Upsdon Omicron, 3, 4; Womons' Day 4; Wesleyan 2. 4; W.A.A., 1, 2, 3; Senior Class Sccre •Cry; Drum Corp I. 2. PESHKUR. ESTHER ELIZABETH Butte — Chemistry; Indc-oenfs; Electrons; Student Senote, Forensics; Newman Club. MARIAN SETTERLUND, BIG TEN, is one of the outstanding students in the chemistry deportment. Morion hos been o leader of the Associated Independent Students, serving os secretary of the organization. She wos secretory and president of the Cooperative house, and o member of the Student-Foculty Relations committee and Orchcstro. 37 RYDER, BETTIEM. Froid—Botony ond Boc-tcnology; Koppo Dclto; Pon-Hellenic Council President, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. SETTERLUND, MARIAN CURRIE Belfry—Chemistry; Assorted Independent Students, Sect.; Women' Coop House, Pres. 3; Gripe Committee, 4; Orchestra; Big Ten. 4; Electrons, I, 2. 3, 4. RYDEBERG. DOROTHY ELIZABETH Outlook — Home Ec.; Quod Board Pres., 4; Home Ec. Club I, 2, 3, 4, Phi Upsilon Omicron, 3, 4; Lutheron Student Assn.. I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; Inter-church Council, Pres. 3. SHEPPARD. DOROTHY LOUISE Bozeman — Chemistry; Electrons. GEORGE Bozemon — Mcchonical Engineering; Pi Koppa Al-pho; Alpha Chi Sigma, Pres. 4, 5; Amer. Inst. Mech. Eng. I, 2, 3; Com-era Club I. 2; ASME 4. Pres. 5; Montanan 3; LSA, I, 2, 3; Intromurals I, 2. 3, 4; Bobcot Bond 2. SKARDA, DORIS ELAINE Denton — Home Ec.; Al-pho Gommo Delta; Spar tomans, 3.4, Pres. 4. Home Ec. Club, I, 2, 3 4; Pres. 4. W.A.A. I. 2, 3, 4, Council 3; Jr. Pan Hellenic I; Basketball, Officials Rofmg; Funlondia I, SCHMITT, LLOYD B. Stanford—Animal Industry; Alpha Gommo Rho; Septomviri, Pres. 4; Alpha Zeto 2. 3, 4; Les Bouf-fons. 4, Fongs 2, 3, Duke 3; Student Senote, 2. 3. 4, Phi Kappa Phi, 4, Danforth Fellowship. 3; Alpha Zeto Outstanding Freshmon Award; Student Union Board 3. 4. Vorsity Boll Chairman 3; Junior Prom 3, Little International 4; Com. of Publications 3; Montonon 2, 3, 4, Business Mgr. 3. Editor 4, Manager Rocky Mountain Inter-Collegiate Pres Ass n., 4, Exponent 3, 4; Advanced R.O.T.C,' Scobbord ond Blade; Livestock Judging Team. 3; Who's Who Among Students i n Amer icon Universities and Colleges 3, 4; Notional Viceroy of ■X. 3. SEIFERT. BARBARA BERGEN Bozemon—Home Ec; Chi Ornego, Pres. 3. Home Ec Club I. 2, 3. 4; Phi Up si Ion Omicron 2. 3. 4; Spurs; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. Pon-Hellenic Council, 3; A.W.S. Council 2. W A A Council 2; Jr. Pon Hellenic Council I; Westminster Fellowship. Fun-laodia, I, 2; Chorus; W.A.A. I, 2. SOCKNESS. ANNA JEANNE Dillon — Physical Ed. Tronsfer Mont. Normal College. Koppo Delto, P E Club 2. 3. 4; Pres 4. W.A.A., I, 2, 3, 4. "ipoftonions 4. "Nine Girls" publicity 3; Expon ent 2, 3, 4; Montanan. 2 3, 4; Newman Club 2. 3. 4, Funlondio, 2; M S C Lettor 3; Basketball Offi CiOls Bootd 3. 4; W.A.A Council 4 EUGENE WILDE, BIG TEN, topped hi activity list by being elected President of the Associated Students ond doing a good job! He also led os president of the Americon Society of Civil Engineers, and as o member of the Engineering Council, Scptemviri, ond Les Bouffons. Gene is o conscientious student in Civil Engineering from Bornvillc, ond served os president of his frotcr-nity. Pi Koppo Alpha.BESSIE ZIMMERMAN. BIG TEN, received recognition for her outstanding scholarship ability by receiving the Phi Kappo Phi award given to the senior with the best grade overage for four yeors. Bessie is o degree nursing student at the Montano Deoconess Hospitol in Grcot Foils. She is o member of Alpha Lambdc Dclto. Spurs, Alpha Tou Dclto, ond Phi Kappo Phi. STEHLIK, jean Suite—Art, Alpho Om cron Pi, Pres 4; Oclto Ph, Dclto. 2. 3. 4; Spurs 2. Alpho Ps Omega 7. 3 4; Art Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Mortar Board 4; Ski Club 3. 4; Student - faculty Heolth Council 4; Jr. Prom Com, 3; Pen-Hell-?n Council 4; Frosh ponent I; Montanan I. 4, W.A A 12. 3. 4. Eunload o 1 2; W.ggcnhocn Soccch Award 2. Who’s Who Among Students in Amencon Universities and Colleges 4; Montanan Beauty Queen 4; One-Act Ploys I; "Ah'Wilderness" 2; "The Father" 2; "Nine 6 rh" 2 Art Mgr "Cloodio" 3; Rodio Ploys I 2; Junior Prom Queen 4. Big Ten 4, WILDE. EUGENE R. Bomvillc—Civil Eng.; Pi SWAN. SHIRLEY ANN Highwood — Home Ec Alpho Omicron Pi; Home Ec Club t, 2, 3, 4, W A A I, 2. 3 4: Council 3; Sportonions. 2. 3. 4; Ex oonent I. 2; Montonon I, 2. 4 WINTER. META LOU Butte — Home Ec; Pi Bcto Phi. Homo Ec Club 3 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Sr. Class Treasurer; L. D. S. Firesides Group; Tronsfer. Kappo Alpho. Pres. 4; Les Bouffons; Engineer-•no Council: Scptcmv ri 4, Amcricon Society of Civil Eng Pres. 4; Pres. Asso-ooted Students. 4; 8ig Ten; Who's Who Among Students in American Universities ond Colleges TALCOTT. MRS DWAYNE AUSTIN Grcot Foils — Secrctoriol; Alpha Gommo Dclto; Secretarial Club I, 2, 3, 4; Moioretlos I, 2; Junior Pon-Hellcnic I; Student Senate 3 4; A.W.S. Vice Pres. 4; Exponent I. 2, 3. WISE. SHIRLEY E. Woe land. Wyo. — Secretarial. TURNER, EARL W. Bozeman — Ind. Chom; Vctcrons Club, Pres. 4 WOLD. DONALD P. Missoulo — Animal Ind ; Pi Koppo Alpho; Ag Club I, 2. 3, 4; Fongs; Student-Faculty Relation-. Com. 4; Intcrfrot Council 4. VAUGHAN. MRS AVONNE MARIAN Denton—Secretortol; Aloha Gommo Oclto. Vico-Prcs. 4; Secretarial Club I, 2, 3. 4. Pres. 3; Pi Omega Pi, 3. 4. W.A.A. Quodronale Board 3; Wor Stomp Soles Committee Chairman 3; Montonon Ouccn Condidote 3; Chi Omega Economics Aword 4; Moiorettes I. ZIMMERMAN BESSIE Simms — Nursing; Alpha Lambda Dclto 1; Spurs 2; Nurscs" Club , 2; Alpho Tou Delta 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappo Phi 4, Scholarship Aword 4; Big Ten. 39Juniors BLAZlNA SOLBERG COOPER Plans for the Junior Prom kept members of the class of '47 busy when they weren't swamped with other activities in preparation for becoming the leaders of organizations in their senior year. Lorry Cooper presided over the Junior class with Emil Blozina serving as vice-president. Secretory was Neva Todd and Treasurer, Rausie Lou Solberg. RHOADS MCDONALD 1 The Steering Committee which met with officers and served to choose committees, included Peggy Rhcads, Ruth McDonald, and Marilyn Thorpe. 40LAMPEN, JOSEPHINE LEA, FRANCES LENHAM, JEAN LILLEGARD, ROBERT LITZENBERGER, HAZEL LYNCH, DALE LOFFEL, LIDA McxGOWAN, FRANCES MARX, ELEANOR marmont, GYLA McBRIDE, THERESA McDonald, ruth McDowell, floyd MERCER, MARTHA ANN MILLER, DORIS MURAKAMI, AKIRA NAGAMITSU, MASANI NEUMANN, ERNEST NORDEN, JAMES O BRIEN, DAN O'CONNELL, GLORIA OGLESBY, FRANCES ONKEN, CARLA OSWALD, FRANCES PAROCK, WALTER PETERSON, ROD PILGERAM, RAYNE PLYMALE. DORIS 41TOP ROW—Robert Adorns, Ann Aikins, Fronccs Akenson, Glodys Anderson, Robert Anspoch, Virgil Antonich, Elinor Arneson, Barboro Boarson, Robert Boleh. SECOND ROW—Bruce Bcotty, Williom Biostoch, Emil Blozmo, Louis Blenkner. Horlon Blind-ouer, Virginia Boid, Eldon Dahl, Pat Brogan, Raymond Brown. THIRD ROW—Mrs. Paul Bundy, Eloine Burke, Jane Brotton, Mrs. Dorothy Cantrell, John Canty, Harvey Carlson, Norman Coscoden, Patricio Chopmon, Wilbur Chilcote. FOURTH ROW—Lesley Clark, Lawrence Cooper, John Cornish, Joon Dovtdson, Ruth Dobler, Thomas Dolan, John Drum, Robert Dyer, Betty Eokmon. EARLY, PATRICIA ELLIS, WILLIAM ERPELDING, LARRY GAINES, JANICE GEARHEART, NEO GEARY, PATRICIA GEORGE, JEAN GORDON, JOHN GRAMMENS. PAUL OLSEN, GERALD GUAY, MAURICE GUTCHEK, R08ERT GUTH, ELAINE HAECKEL, BETTY HAGLUND, MRS. BEATRICE HAGLUND, PHILLIP HEIDT, JACK HELEEN, ELAINE JOHNSON HOUGHTON, RUSSEL HUFFMAN, HOWARD JACOBS, MARGARET KAVANAUGH, PAT KEATING, VIVIAN KIRSCHER, FREDJuniors TOP ROW—Colleen Ronsier, Jock Rosmussen, Louise Roy, Joy Reeder. Eileen Rciquom, Williom Reiquom, Potty Robinson, Horry Rodcnbcrg, Agnes Root. SECOND ROW—Irene Shcrrow, Morgorct Ann Simpson, Victor Smith, Morion Snopp, Rousic Lou Solberg, Lois Toylor, Fronces Teslow, Morilyn Thorpe, Potricio Tocci. THIRD ROW—Ncvo Todd, Anno Lee Von Artsdolc, Fronces VonDen Biesen, Catherine Vonder Pos, Mono Vorelio, Deon Voughn, Lorry Vorvoort, Pauline Voss, Richard Wagner. FOURTH ROW—Cordclio Sue Mockcy, Virginio Walton, Mory Willick, Robert Warden, Donold Wold, Georgia Woodruff, Mortho Wright, Potncia Kovonaugh. ■■Sophomores O'NEILL SEIBART LYONS These ore the people thot serve the school. Sophomores ore in Spurs and Fongs ond serve on all the committees. Officiating over the class of 1948 were President Jim Lyons ond Vice-President Carol Seibart. Jim O'Neill served as Treasurer. The Sophomore Steering Committee which hunted up more activities for its class consisted of Jean Robinson, Aleva Benjomin, and Bob Miller. ROBINSON BENJAMIN MILLER 45ANDERSON, JOAN ANDERSON, HERB ANDERSON, ROBERT AUSTIN, NANCY BARINGER, MARCELINE BARNES, JOHN BATEMAN, ROBERT BEATTY, BENJAMIN BEERS, BARBARA BENJAMIN, ALEVA BERG, SIGVALD BLONDET, JEANNE BOLLER, HELEN BOTTOMLEY, HELEN BOURDET, JOSEPH G. BOWDEN, JOY BOYCE, JOY BOYD, ROBERT BRUCE, ANITA BRUCE, DOROTHY J. 8RUNSVOLD, NORRIS BUCKHOUSE, HELEN BUNDY, PAUL CALLOW, LOIS CARTER, ARTHUR CATRON, IRMS CHRESTENSEN, JANICE CLARK, BOB COOPER, JOYCE COSGRIFFE, RICHARD CROUSE, LESTER CUMMIN.GS, HUBERT DAVISON, DONALD DeTONANCOUR, BOYD SophomoresSophomores DOLE, BETH ANNE DOLLIVER, JEANNE DRAPER, ARNOLD DUNDAS, MARJORIE ECTON, ZALES EIK, BETTY ANN ESPELAND, MARTIN EVANS, MARILYN FOUSE, ELAINE FIALKA, ARDEAN FISK, DONALD FOX. PHYLLIS FRANKLIN, BLANCHE FRAZER, MARJORIE FRY, BETTY FUNK, JOAN GALLOWAY, BONNIE GARNETT, ROBERT GAVIN, BARBARA GIBBS, EDITH GIBSON, JEANNE R. GILBERT, JANE GIOVANINI, IRENE GLEASON, MARJORIE GOAN, BILL GODTLAND, ANN GUSTAFSON, BLAINE HAGLUND, ELIZABETH HAHN, GILBERT HALEY, MARY HALLESY, DUANE HAMMERSTROM, ELAINE HANSEN, JOHN HAWKINS, WILLIAM HAYS, PEGGYHEIDE, GEORGE HIBARGER, SHIRLEY HINES, EDWARD J. HOFFMAN, GEORGE HORROM, SUE HOYT, LOIS HUGHES, ALICE JEFFERSON, THEODORE JOHNSON, ALICE JOHNSON, ROBERT A. JOSEN, HARRY KANE, ELIZABETH KASKY, MARJORIE KENNEALLY, THOMAS KING, JOE KNESAL, DOROTHY KODOLEN, MYRNA KROM, BARBARA KROMAN, KAYE LANSTON, PHILIP LEE. EDWIN LILLEGARD, ROBERT LIQUIN, ROBERT LORELL, WILLIAM LUNDAY, PHIL LYONS, JAMES MANSBRIDGE, JOYCE MANSBRIDGE, WALTER McCAFFERTY, BETTY JEAN MCOY, LAVERNE McKEE, CLARK McLaughlin, dorothy MECKLENBURG, WILLARD MILLER, CLARENCE MILLER, GLADYS 48Sophomores MILLER, ROBERT MITCHELL, RUBY MONSON, EVELYN MOORE, DEAN MORRIS, ELAINE MORRIS, RUTH ADAIRE MOTT, HELEN MURFITT, NINA MURPHY, GLORIA McHANEY, PHYLLIS MYSEE. MARIE NELSON, BURTON NEUMANN, ERNEST OLESEN, BETTE MAE OLIVER, JANE O'NEILL, JAMES PENWELL, NORMAN PERGANDE, JEAN PETERSON, HERMAN PETERSON, JEANNE POETTER, RUTH POIRIER, PAUL POOR, BOB POTT, MARJORIE PRICE, THELMA JEAN RAGEN, MARY AGNES REARDON, ESTHER RHOADS, HELEN ROBERTS, MARJORIE ROBERTS, PATRICIA ROBERTS, PETER ROBINSON, JEAN ROTH, RICHARD RONNING, MAGNAR RUSSELL, JOYCERUZICKA, GEORGE RYDER, RUTH SALO, SHIRLEY SAMPSON, GLORIA SANDILAND. LLOYD SCHLEPP, HOWARD SCHRUPP, DANA SCHURCH, DONALD SEEBART, CAROL SETTLE, MARTIN SHAW, ARTHUR SHEARER, KENNETH SHERROW, ROGER SHERWOOD, FREDERICK SMALL, BARBARA SMITH, LYLAS SMITH, MARILYN SNYDER, SHIRLEY ST AMY, JUNE STAPLETON, ARTHUR STAUDENMEYER, MARJORIE STEFANIC, ELVIRA STENMARK. THELMA STENSON, NANCY STENTZ, JANET STEPHENSON, JEAN STOREY, MARJORIE STOVALL, JAY STRICKFADEN, WILLIAM SUGIMOTO, ALICE SWANSON, JEAN SWENSON, DEAN SWINGLE, FRED TAIT, MARY TALCOTT, JIM SophomoresSophomores THOMPSON, HAROLD TRETHEWAY, RUBY TURLEY, LOUISE TURNER, MRS. M. I. ULLMAN, LAVONNE VAGG, DOUGLAS VAN HORN, WILLIAM VANVIG, LESTER VAUGHAN, ODETTE VERVOORT, LARRY WALKER, BETTY JANE WALSTAD, VIOLA WALTON, HELEN WALTON, VIRGINIA WEINRICH, ALVA WEIR, HELEN WERNER, VINCENT WHITE, DOROTHY WIEGLANDA, MARJORIE WILLIAMSON, HUGH WILSON, JEAN WOHLGENANT, JOAN WOLF, HELEN WOOD, BERNICE WYATT, WILLIAM STENTZ. JANET YOUNG, BEULAH ZEZULA, WILBUR LERWILL, GWENDOLYN 51Freshmen SULLIVAN COLEMAN PARSONS LYONS It was a peppy and enthusiastic Freshman Class which wore the green caps and used the side door to Montana Hall this year. They are the people who obey the rules, but they have big things to strive for with four years of college still ahead of them. Even sophisticated upperclassmen become engrossed in the spirited campaign which landed Mark Sullivan the job of Freshman Class President. Pamphlets everywhere, signs on the sidewalks, a noisy, decorated auto parade, and an airplane dropping pamphlets as classes let out were all part of the election. Other officers are Bob Lyons, vice-president; Rosalie Coleman, secretory; and Adeno Parsons, treasurer. 52 TOP ROW—Al Vincent Aokus, Ralph Aoker, Morilou Adomson, Marilyn Ailing, John Anderson, Morgoret Anderson, Ruth Anderson, Lors Angvick. SECOND ROW—Shirley Ashby, Mary Boorson, Jomes Barfknccht, Dorothy Krulutz Borker, John Bortells, John Bonlctt, Rochoel Batch, Mortin Bates. THIRD ROW—Evo Jean Batcy, Betty Lee Both, Judy Belshow, John Bcquette, Alyce Sevens, Robert Bickford, Borboro Birkelond, Robert Blcnkner. FOURTH ROW—Lindo Blilcr, Alberto Bohn, Ruth Boiler, Carol Bolmier, Blaine Boothe, Orson Boyce, William Boyce, Joyce Boyington. Freshmen 53Freshmen TOP ROW—Helen Boylan, Robert 8rcwcr, Williom Brolin, Kenneth Brown, Felix Budd, Elsie Corr Bundy, Barbara Bunnell, Wilson Burley. SECOND ROW—Russell Bush, Betty Code, Constance Campbell, Shirley Campbell, Mary Corey, Lois Coss, Georgia Chcmodurow, Robert Chcnkovich. THIRD ROW—Elroy Cigliom, Barbara Clark, Clair Clark, Hallie June Cles, Norma Clokc, Mark Cochrill, Betty Jo Cole, Rosalie Coleman. FOURTH ROW—Noroh Connelley, Bob Cooke, Eugene Coombs, Scott Cooper, Dorrcll Coover, Robert Cornish, Dorothy Corrigan, Heicn Cowgcr. TOP ROW—Ernestine Cox, Beverly Ann Crone, Margaret Cruttersden, Elmer Dahlberg, LeRoy Davey, Patricio Davidson, Condace Dovis, Hubert Dovis. SECOND ROW—Robert Dovis, Roberta Dovis, Leonard Decoo, Betty DeKoy, Betty Jo DePuy, Jerry Ditto, Dorotheo Mae Doll, Margaret Dorsett. THIRD ROW—Wilbur Dow, Marion Driscoll, Douglos Drysdale, Walter Ecgle, Lorraine Eaton, Allen Eby, Betty Lou Eck, Edward Eck. FOURTH ROW Mildred Ehlcnburg, Edward Ellis, Sidney Engstrom, Alice Erb, Gene Ernest, Viola Evans, Floyd Evens, Richard Forrond. 55 ■ FreshmenTOP ROW-— Myrno Farrell, Beverly Farrington, Eleanor Anno Finch, Robert Finkc, Frank Fish-back, Phyllis Flonagan, Saro Jone Forgy, Jerry Fronklin. SECOND ROW—Dorothy Frankovich, Grace Fronzcn, Jcane Irmo Fraser, Jeon Frccser, Borbora Frey, Roymond Froclich, Betty Lou Gogner, Jack Goines. THIRD ROW—Loid Goll, Potricio Galt, Edword Garnett, Dorothy Gorrord, Betty George, Morion Gcurkink, Glorio Gideon, Davis W. Giroux. FOURTH ROW—Dick Giroux, James Good, Williom Gould, Thomas Gountanis, Mary Lou Grohom, Richard Gronberg, Colleen Guffey, Leonard Gustafson. 56 FreshmenFreshmen TOP ROW—Raymond Gustofson, Ralph Halos, Howord Hammer, Norman Honson, Beverly Harrison, Evelyn Harrison, Donald Hauek, Ethel Hoymond. SECOND ROW -Vivian Hcold, Kenneth Hcen, Benny Hcidel, Lester Hcktncr, Wayne Herrin, Wolene Hockett, Betty Hoffman, Robert Hoffman. THIRD ROW—Col Holland, Dclroy Hollern, Donno Holm, Mary Horan, James Hoskins, Jane Howell, Nellie Hubbord, Herman Huiscnga. FOURT ROW—Noncy Hull, Kenneth Humphries, Theodore Hunter, John Hurst, Don Hurwitz, Merle Irvine, Robert Itoh, Bunny Jockson.Johnson, Eorl Johnson, Hons Johnson. SECOND ROW—Julio Johnson, Robert C. Johnson, Robert Johnston, Dovid Johdrow, Fronklin Jones, George Kofko, Andrew Kalofotic, Helen Konto. THIRD ROW—Vernon Keller, Shirley Kelly. W.lmo Kennedy, Gordon K.cfcr, Jomes Kiefer, Henry Kilpotrick, Wallace King, Wilma King. FOURTH ROW—Lester Klatt, Jeon Knutson, Florence Koenig, Mickey Koga, Garnet Kotkm, Grace Kurtz, Bob Lobrie, Harold Lommers. Freshmen 58Freshmen TOP ROW—Beryl Lone, Audrey Longcl, Billie Longing, Robert Larson, Renetta Lowrence, Edward Leo, Donno Lcfdahl, Robert Lettinga. SECOND ROW—Edward Lien, Leonard Ltndgren, Jeon Lloyd, Jesse Long, Joan Loveless, Robert Lund, Ann Lundoy, Robert Lyons. THIRD ROW—Taylor Marsh, Morton Mortin, Donna Moson, Ino Jean McAteor, Clifford MeBratney, Jock McBride, Daryl McClonohon, Helen McCullough. FOURTH ROW—William McDonough, Russell McDonough, Phyllis McHaney, Thomas McKee, Betty Don McMillon, James Mocchom, Thclmcr M.dby, Doreen Miller. Freshmen TOP ROW—Muriel Miller, Phyllis Miller, Jo Ann Mocckcr, Corrinc Mogcr. Lcilo Momgcr, Georgio Mooney, Diono Moore, Mory Sue Moore. SECOND ROW—John Moorhead, Jt-onnic Moron, Douglos Morrison, Richard Morrison, Moynord Myers, Robert Myers, Beverly Needham, Morris Nelson. THIRD ROW—Annobcllc Nesbif, Grace Nissen, Roymorsd Nordquist, Deon Nylm, Boon Ochitam, Alice Olds, Leslie Otncss, Evo Owen. FOURTH ROW—Helen Poddock, Paul Poddock, Ken Porsons, Mary Lou Pasha, Dean Pass, Donald Passmore, Robert Poulsen, James Poyne. 60TOP ROW Lowrcncc Pederson, Anne Pcckovich, Eileen Pcnlond, Edword Peterson, Alfred Pontet, William Purvis, Merle Quenemocn, Ann Rogen. SECOND ROW—Robert Reed, Ruth Reed, Wolloce Rehberg, John Reichel, John Rcuss, Vero Rhoods, Eulo Ring, Somucl Ritter. THIRD ROW—Jock Robinson, Meridith Robinson, Doris Rogers, Richord Rohde, Chorles Ron-ning, Trilby Roser, Donold Ross, Jomcs Ross. FOURTH ROW—-Mary Ross, Bcrtho Roth, Marie Rowe, Emmo Rudolph, Robert Ryan, Thomas Rycn, Mory Ryffel, Wilfred Sonderson. 61 FreslimeeTOP ROW—Foye Sondvig, James Sorgont, Malone Sorgent, Lorelei Schofflcr, Mory Schcclcr, Corol Ann Scherrer, Fronces Schellhorn, Ralph Schmicdeskomp. SECOND ROW—Dorris Seel, Betty Lou Seidcnsticker, Lowell Scidenstickcr, Frank Scrvoss, Jconette Shoffer, Rolph Shelton, Freyo Sheppord, Joyce Shipton. THIRD ROW—Patricio Shrewsbury, Edword Sikoro, Orlo Silvey, Barbara Simpson, Robert Siverts, Juanita Slayton, Russell Smiley, Lyle Smith. FOURTH ROW—Mary Smith, Soro Smith, Horold Smith, Linda Lee Smith, Billie Sorenson, Louise Spencer, John Spindler, Ooir Stomm. 62 FreshmenFreshmen TOP ROW-■—Woltcr Stonton, Beverly Steams, Douglas Stearns, Lccroy Stein, Donald Stephens, Stuart Stone, Robert Storey, Martha Story. SECOND ROW—Doyle Strondlund, Jean Stratton, Joonne Stnpp, Rachel Strobel, William Strom, Mark Sullivan, Lila Swan, Marion Swanson. THIRD ROW—Weldon Swanson, Floyd Swenson, Hans Sylling, James Tolcott, Frances Thomas, John Thompson, Otto Maurice Thompson, Phyllis Todd. FOURTH ROW—Ruth Tonkinson, Williom Tookc, Donald Torell, Thomas Tovcy, Hans Tranklc, Robert Tremper, Adolph Tronrud, Roy Tunby. TOP ROW—Edythe Turley, Doro Turner, Charles Turner, Mary Tuttle, Jcmes Underwood, Roy Urbach, Robert Vollance, John Van Doveer. SECOND ROW—Eloisc Von Den Bicssen, Sherry Van Hour, Lester Vanvig, Beverly Votchor, Donald Voelkcr, Lester Vyc, Toylor Waoge, Jerome Mortin Waldorf. THIRD ROW—Kcthleen Wolker, Pauline Wombolt, Barbara Word, Elizabeth Wotson, Marion Wotterbyrg, Gole Wegener, Robert Wegener, Audrey Wendel. FOURTH ROW—Wilbur West, Jeek Westphol, Bob Wheir, Jessie Wh.te, Zoo Wilkins, Jock Willis, Robert Willson, Rolph Wix. FIFTH ROW—Dorothy Butler, Elomc Wolfe, Maurinc Wolfe, William Woolard, Gront Woolley, Harold Yaeger, Delmor Zczulo, Peggy Conrad. 6« Freshmen4 S Younger days— Gale and friend . . . Freshman girls ot the Spur banquet . . . Violo and Betty clear up after lunch . . . They're off to the gome in Mis- | soula . . . Part of the camera club . . . Marjorie entertains the freshman girls . . . Alumnae Billie comes back to join Mim for a cup of coffee . . . They could be doing homework . . . We also work in labs. 65First assembly of the yeor — for Freshmen only . . Horlon sings for the Freshmen ... A few upperclassmen wondered in Shorty receives special recognition . . . "Ricky" . . . Goctch os the typicol college student ... Dr Fromberg in chemistry extension . . . Secretarial tea . . . Out of the army, more lines! — winter quarter registration. 66mi.-" Mrs. Krulotz issues o few receipts . . . Rose Clair, B. J., ond Geermy— Mortar Board members relax . . . Intellectual reading material from the Bookstore . . . Taylor Marsh, W.S.S.F. Drive Chairman . . . Ann Mahan and Pat Chapmon stroll in the Springtime . . . Good music, Bud? . . . Looks like o good party . . . Pinochle lob . . . Some people study too . . . Nora planning another big dinner.. . You guess!R® O® X® C® THE RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS prepores college men os reserve officers. Upon completion of the two-year basic course and the two-yeor advanced course during which the student of military science and tactics has served as a cadet officer, he is commissioned a second lieutenant in the organized reserve. Major F. B. Herald, Commandant was aided by Stoff Sgt. Forrington in the military science department. 70Band The Bobcat Bond, under the oble direction of Lou Howard, is one of the best known organizations on the campus. Throughout the year, the Band is present of every athletic event and supports many more school activities at which it is asked to perform. When ploying and marching in their blue ond gold uniforms, the members present on inspiring sight. Leu Howard . . . Practice session for the wind department . . . Part of the Band at o basketball game. Under the enthusiastic guidance of Mr. L. E. Opp, the orchestra and chorus presented several concerts during the school yeor, which were very well-received by students ond townspeople. Mr. Opp is especially gifted in choosing programs that will be enjoyed by the audiences. The orchestra performs on numerous occasions including High School ond Commencement weeks. Mr Conrod Sondvig directed the popular all-men's chorus. Professor L. E. Opp . . . Bruce Beatty performs on the kettle drums . . . Jo Lampen, M.S.C.'s talented pianist.The Romantic Age The Romontic Age, "a comedy in the nth degree with good laughable fun," was presented in May 1945 under the direction of Garret L. Starmer. It was the story of what happened when an exceedingly romantic young girl, played by Gloria Sompson, actuolly met her knight of old, acted by Larry Cooper. This play was a college-community experiment in which both students and townspeople were eligible for parts. Mrs. Kathlyn Dyer, English teacher ot high school, was outstanding as Melisande's mother, a typical "Billie Burke." George Bryant, President cf the Bozeman Junior Chamber of Commerce, did a humorous portrayal of the husband Other members of the cost were Robert Height, the "solid" Englishman, Bonnie Galloway os Jane Bagot, Peg Rhoads, the maid, David Paisley as Ern, ond Arlo Keene, local insurance man, as Mr. Susan.A psychologicol mystery melcdromo, Angel Street, thrilled the audience, holding them in suspense until the finol curtain fell for the winter quorter ploy. The plct concerns the efforts of Mr. Manningham to drive his wife insone and into the osylum in order to have free reign of the house so thot he can look for the "Barlow Rubies" which ore hidden there. Years ago he had murdered the owner of the house for the rubies, but had been unable to find them. His present plons seem to be working out until Sergeant Rough of Scotland Yard storts remembering and investigating. Bunny Seidensticker had the lead and portrayed the emotions ond fear of Mrs. Menninghom exceptionally well Edwin Lee capably held the port of the cold and rutheless Mr. Manningham, ond Maurice Thompson brought life to the part of Sergeant Rough. A necessary lighter note was given to the play by the sparking performance of Gloria Sampson as the flirtocious little moid. Ann Aiken was the more stoic housekeeper. 75 Assemblies Marvel gets "made-up" backstage at the Voriety Shop sponsored by Alpha Psi Omega which was presented High School Week and later for the college students . . . Cheerleaders give their all at the Pep Assembly preceding the fall "M" Day .. . Coach Breeden gives his message to the students at the rally before a basketball game . . . The audience. 76The Exponent's editor, ANN MAHAN, did o commendoble job with the weekly poper, managing to use more pictures than formerly even though plagued by a lack of funds. Ann is a Home Ec major and member of Alpho Gamma Delta sor ority. HUB WHITE, Assistant Director of Publications, is the faculty advisor for the Exponent. It is his lot to counsel ond COU tion throughout the yeor DEAN VAUGHN, proved himself a top-notch Business Manager who often brought in advertising enough to support an extra two pages for the paper. Dean is majoring in Agricultural Economics, and offilioted with Sigma Alpha Epsilon froternity.Exponent Staff ANN MAHAN Editor-in-Chief DEAN VAUGHAN ....... Business Monoger ruth MCDONALD Monaging Editor DARRELL COOVER Sports Editor NANCY AUSTIN News Editor DOUG STEARNS ... ...........Ass't. Sports Editor PEG RHOADS Society Editor BOB ANSPACH, RUTH DOBLER .Feature Editors REPORTERS—Helen Buckhouse, Lois Jensen, Ruth Boiler, Donno Mason, Morjoric Pott, Helen Wolf, Mory Bcorson, Betty Kelly, Dorothy Jeon Bruce, Joy Bowden, Monc Mysse, Frances Schellhorn, Kenny Braziel, Janice Christenson, Ann Jeon Sockness, Shirley Cole, Agnes Root, Judy Belshow, Eleonor Anne Finch, Corol Sherrer, Noncy Stcnson, Barboro Beers, Alice Johnson, Lois Cosey, Wolly Eogle, Jeannette Stevens, Beverly Vatcher, Dorothy Collon, Linda Bliler, Edith Gibbs, Morvel Broziel, Cothcnnc Vender Pos, Potty Davidson. Alice Johnson, Garnet Rose Kotkin, Nino Murfitt, Morjoric Sargent, Betty Jo DePuy, Sue Horrom, Petey Kone, Bill Strick-faden, Mary Lou Posho, Soro Jane Forgey, Florence Koenig. BUSINESS STAFF—Kenny Parsons Adcna Parsons, Evelyn Harrison, Marilou Adamson, Lorome Eaton, Ruby Mitchell, Lois Coss, 8everly Horrison, Bunny Jackson, Phyllis Todd. CIRCULATION STAFF—Pomp Oglesby, Jeon Robinson, Joan Funk, Kitty Honcock, Ruth Woodruff, Esther Reardon, Gloria Sompson, Helen Boiler, Betty Don McMillan. ART STAFF—Neva Todd, Kay Hoffman. PROOFREADING—Ruth Adoire Moms, Helenroy Randall, Tod Hoglund. O 1946 Sooring high with super plans for the 1946 yearbook. Editor Patty Rend finally decided, offer a winter of facing the cold facts of shortages including money, film, and paper, that "any londing you can walk away from is a good one." Patty is an Applied Science major and a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. Janice Gaines from Bozeman had the difficult task of taking over the job of Business Manager in the spring when the other students left school. Tying-up loose ends and distribution were copobly performed by this Applied Science major who is a member of Chi Omego sorority Louis G. True, Director of Publications and Advisor for the Montanan wos indispensable in giving advice and providing numerous pictures of the campus and students for use in the book. He helped the book over several crises. Suzanne Hinman (on opposite page) os Business Manager performed the job of getting advertisements, poying bills, and struggling with finances during a year of radically changing enrollment. A Secretarial major, Suz is a member of Pi Beto Phi sorority. 80Montanan y Assistant Editors ................Glcdys Anderson, Betty Kelly Loyout Editor Dorothy Jeon Bruce Monaging Editors .. ...... Ken Parsons and Pctie Kone Photogrophy Ike Murokorr.i, Don Ross, Don Schurch, ond Ardeon Fiolka Sports Editor Dorrell Coover Assistant Dick Venable Classes Ruby Mitchell, Anrvo Jeanne Sockness Montanan Dan;c Lorry Cooper, ossisted by Bob Anderson, Dean Nylin, Margorct Smiley, Mory Bocrson, Jeon Swanson Secretarial.. Audrey Wcndel, Adeno PorsOns, Blanche Franklin Also Wayne Herrin, Helen Wolf, Lois Coss, Virginia Bold, Elaine Hammerstrom, Borbarc Kay Beers, Jccn Robinson, Helen Backhouse, Shirley Swcn, Muriel Roberts, Mory Miles, Aleva Benjamin, Heien Mott, Ruth McDonald, Glorio O'Connell, ond Closses—Betty DeKay, Candace Dovis, Betty Stratton, Rosalie Coleman, Robert Henderson, John Moorhead, S«d Engstrom, Tod Hoglund, Robert Cork, Groce Bicbcr. Grace does some figuring D. J drows up some pages . . . Who took this picture? . . . Kenny working some more . . . Muriel fitting the pictures in place . . . Mere pasting by Pot and Kel . . . Ardean poses for a change.All of the organized groups on the campus helped pick the twenty-five Montonon Queen candidates by submitting lists in order of the twenty-five girls which their members considered to be the most beautiful girls ottending Montona State College The twenty-five whose names appeared most often were automatically chosen to be honored in this section of the yearbook Jon Whitcomb, fomous mog-ozine illustrator ond author of the well-known "Bock Home for Keeps" picture series, performed the difficult task of choosing the five Montonon Queens.83 Beauty Elaine Burke Beverly Stearns Candace Davis Marie Mycec Marjorie Kasky JEAN LLOYD PAT TOCCI Beverly Votcher Doris Plymol Betty Germerood 85Beauty Suzanne Hinman Grace Nissen Bonnie Galloway Rosolie Coleman Jean Peterson JEAN STEHLIKMortar Board Carnival Clowns, fortune tellers, bingo, side shows, food, floor shows, roulette, ond o night club oil combine for fun at the Mortar Board Carnival. Most of the campus organizations rent concessions from Mortar Board to transform the gym into a regulor carnivol grounds for one gala evening in the foil. Spartan-ions sold votes to choose a queen, petit Doris Plymol, who reigned over the celebration. 88Les Boiuffens Formal Most formol oil-school function of the year, the traditional dance held by the Les Bcuffons to present newly chosen members of Les Bouffons and the All-School Oueen Pat Burke wos given this honor by popular vote of all men on the campus. Presentation of the Queen ... A picture by McDowell and Walsted . . . The Seidenstickers take time out from the dramatics department . . . Laughing twosome . . Helen Wolf ond Jim Talcott grin at the cameraman while their partners converse in the background . . . Pat Burke.Junior Prom Traditional dance given by the Juniors in honor of the Seniors. The queen and her attendants ore chosen from the Senior class. This year Jeon Stehlik wos crowned queen by Professor Goines and her attendants were Betty Ger-merood, Morgoret Linfield, and Doris Skardo. Jeon Stehlik . . . Betty Germerood and John Honsen . . . After the coronation . . . Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dyer . . . The Heckermons donee in bliss . . . More couples on the dance floor.The whistle blows ot seven, ond you're off to whitewash the "M". The Fongs head the job, ond the Spurs sell cokes and doughnuts when the climb gets discouraging. As a climax, you can get the kinks out of those muscles at the M-Doy mixer. You've already gotten that necessary school spirit at the snake dance and bon-fire rally featuring the lighting of the "M" the night before. Stand Up and Cheer! . . . The snake dance gets under way . . . Hogg delivers the lime . . . Some fire . . . Let's get that water up to the top . . . It's a long, long climb . . . Mixing it up . . . Thot's only half-way gols . . . Supermen of the Freshman class.Sadie Hawking Dance Prizes for the best costume goes to Mary Gray and Lloyd Sandilond . . . Transportation in dog-patch style too . . . Looks like they let a Highlander in here . . . Penny and Dale cut a rug . . . Murf and Gerry look typical . . . "Hairless Joe" Maras . . . Four of a style. Jeans, short cotton dresses, totters, or almost anything is in vogue for the annual Sadie Howkins Dance sponsored by the Les Bouffons. It's a ladies' choice dance (and sprinting ability is an asset to the girls.) After an evening of letting down, M.S.C. acclaimed this occasion the most fun of the year. 92Montana!! Dance Larry Cooper presents the twenty-five, all-campus choice candidates for Montanan Queens at the annual Montanan Dance. A prominent feature of the decorations was a large model of the yeorbook, out of which the queens were to step when they were presented, but which missed being used ot the lost minute. The suspense is over! Here, complete with corsages, ore the five Montanan queens os chosen by Jon Whitcomb. Pot Tocci, Jean Lloyd, Dorothy Krulutz Barker, Lois Coss, and Jean Stehlik.MIXERS ... to hove fun and get on any occasion — most often sponsored by Spurs and Fongs. Getting stamped on the way in Spurs watch to see how things are going . . . Heinie Mockel and his band ... A typical mixer in full-swing Let's donee . . . Win and Bill, o favorite couple ... The chaperons appeor more interested than the stag line. 94 Montana State Bobcats sW Bobcat ' Score Opponent Opponents' Score 65 Three Forks Ind 37 74 Butte Cheerio Lounge 59 40 Brighom Young U 55 42 M.S.U 25 34 Idaho U. 48 41 M.S.U. 46 54 So. Dak. Wesleyon 55 67 So. Dak Wesleyan 60 63 No. Dok. State 53 44 No Dok State 54 53 Western State College 49 55 Western State College 43 58 Colorodo College 41 Bobcots' Score Opponents Opponents' Score 48 Colorado College 61 42 Colorado State 35 33 Colorado State 42 66 MS.U. 51 64 . M.S.U. 57 53 Idaho Southern 61 57 Idoho Southern 43 75 Colorado Mines 32 65 Colorado Mines 46 62 Idoho Southern 44 55 Idaho Southern 36 63 M.S.U. 59 60 M.S.U. 80 42 lowo State Teachers 58 M.S.C Bobcots—won 17 ond lost 10, plocing second in the Rocky Mountain Conference ond winning the Montano College Championship from MS.U three gomes to one. 96Boyd gets fouled . . McCormick almost fouls North Dakota Stote man ... Up for ball are DeTonancour and McCormick as Lott and Jenkins stand by . . . Almost in the hoop for M.S.C. . . . M.S.C. section during Grizzly Closhes here . . . First and ten to go for McCormick . . . Belinak and McCormick dive for the ball.High-scoring Louie Rocheleou of M.S.U. shoots covered by Ryan . . . "Dcte" tallies on fast break . . . Michotte gets tip-off from giant Dakoto Wesleyan center . . . DeTononcour and Michotte take high rebound during Grizzley gome . . . Ryan pounces on a loose boll . . . Rebound by Michotte, helped by Robertson. DAWES LOTT GEORGE MICHOTTE BOB BLODGETT SPENCER KOPPANG CHARLES BELINAK JACK CASHMOREThree giants wait for rebound . . . Michotte tallies as teommates follow . . . N. D. State scores olone . . . Another bucket for N. D. . . Ryan takes it out of bounds . . . Rest as the sub comes out . . . Boyd and Mike recover for M.S.C. Pre-gome worm-up . . . Half-time . . . Michotte stretches to score . . . Lott brings the ball down the floor . . . Peg ond Betty sell out during M.S.U. gomes . . . "Stand Up and Cheer." 103 1 ■■H I Quorterbcck Bill Nelson mokes only touchdown of gome . . . Holfbock Gene Miles is stopped by Boon Ochitani . . Holfbock Jim O'Loughlin tackled ofter runback. Ploycrs out for Spring Practice: Bocks—Bill Nelson Gene Miles, Jerry Eby, Boon Ochitom, Wait Norkevic, Gene Bourdet, Jim O'Loughlin, 8ob Sivcrts, Mork Hompton. Bill Lakel, Don Pyfer, Jim Lyons. Ends—Paul Burke, Borney McDonald, Tom Veltkomp, Mike McCormick, Bob Vollancc, Jock Morquis. Spring Football 104MSC 1946 Grid Schedule Sept. 28—Brigham Young U. at Bozeman. Oct 5—Colorado College at Colorado Springs. Oct 12—Utah State College ot Logan, Utah. • y ' . j Oct. 19—U. of Montana at Butte Oct. 26—Colorado State ot Bozeman Nov. 2—U. of Nevada at Reno. Nov. 9—U. of Portlond ot Great Falls. Nov. 16—N. D. State ot Bozeman. Nov. 23—Colorado Mines at Golden, Colorado. Holfbock Jerry Eby surrounded by tacklers . . . Fullback Mork Hampton boots extra point through the crossbars . . . End Paul Burke comes up to block OS boll ccrrior. Bob Siverts, loses footing. Players out for Spring Practice: Tockles—Orlo Silvcy, John Hanson, Jock Blonkcnhorn, Jock McBride, Herman Peterson, Vclton Leishman. Guards—George Hoffmon, Jock Westphal, Bob Lyons, Paul Poddock, Phil Lundoy, Jock Monsbridge, Louis Sneddon, Robert Morrow, Lee Bramord, Roy Urbach. Centers—Bill Grubich, ond Ted Doy. 105Cheerleaders M Club CHEER LEADERS—Pete Roberts, Ann Ragen, Marta Story, Agnes Ragen, Janice Chrestenson, and Bill Brolin. M CLUB—Seoted: Robert Clark, Ted Nokonishi, Boyd DeTonancour, vice-pres.; Emil Blazina, ond Bob Hansen. Standing: Jess Hodgson, Dale Smeltzer, Mike McCormick, president; Dole Lynch, sec.-treos.; Rayne Pilegram. 106MSC Coaching Staff Head basketball and trock coach, John "Brick" Breeden. Head football coach, Clyde Carpenter. Graduate Manager of Atheltics, Pat Dolan. Troiner, Felton Adams. 107Girls9 Sports In her first year here os head of the women's Physical Education deportment. Miss Morgo Hoseaus has become o good friend of M.S.C.'s coeds, well-liked for her copoble and enthusiastic instruction. Miss Marjorie Kimmel ond Mrs. Mary Jane Botes are her two popular assistants. The women's sport progrom is well-ottended, and includes competition between the organized houses in all sports with games in volleyball, basketball, and softball. This spring, Alpho Omicron Pi sorority and the Girls' Cooperative House were tied for the Dean's trophy which is given to the highest team. Archery, swimming, riflery, skiing, skating, tennis, badminton, field hockey, ond modern dance are also enjoyed by the girls. Gyla and Elaine practice cupid's art . . . The tumbling Ray sisters . . . Modern dance practice . . . Lu ond A J. practice serving . . Performance at the Variety Show Streamlined divingSpartaniaos W. A. A. Council Sportonions is the honorary athletic fraternity for upperclass women. Members seated are Anna Jeanne Sockness, Doris Skarda, president; Miss Howkesworth, Lu Clydesdale. Standing—Mrs. Bates, Gyla Marmont, Shirley Swan, Elaine Guth, Win McDermott, Miss Hoseaus, Mitzi Booher. The Council of the Women's Athletic Association organizes the sports and points system for a letter for the girls. Members pictured are Joy Bowden, Janice Chrestenson, Mitzi Booher, Peggy Hayes, Shirley Hibarger, Ann Mercer, Nina Murfitt, Lu Clydesdale, Sara Jane Forgy, Miss Hoseaus, Gyla Mormont.Ski Club FRONT ROW -Ker Porsons. Joan Funk, M.ckey Linfield, V«ro Rhoads, Louise Tuflcy, Jeon Lcnham, Sue Horom, Ruth McDonold, Petie Kane, Polly Rend, Helen Boiler, Adeno Parsons, Elliott Hortt, Jock Sonborn, Pot Moriority, Darwin Moriority BACK ROW—Lee Grccnwell, Jock Wcstphol. George Hoffman. Wally Eogle, Morns Nelson, Art Stopletcn. Gene Coombs, Rib Gustafson, Ben Beotty, Roy Houser, Elroy Cigliam, Robert Boyd. Paul Pcddock, Sid Engstrcm, Ed Eck, John Ryan, Ray Nordquist, Jim Kiefer, Robert Henderson, Lloyd Sondiland. A large and active group in the ski club increased interest in this popular sport on the campus by getting rides for members, holding on all-school dance and a moon-light skiing party for members, os well as entering a team in numerous meets. John Ryan took over the duties of president early in the season when Dick Bailey left school. Other officers were Ed Eck, vice-pres.; Patty Rend, secr-y; Jean Lenham, treas. no The Montano Stote college ski team which had a coach for the first time this year, ended the seoson with on imposing record of winnings. Mrs. Audrey Roth, o prospect for the Olympic team that did not compete because of the war, was the coach. Ray Gustafson, Wally Eagle, Ed Eck, Ben Beotty, Gerry Eby, and Sid Engstrom were members of the team. This Bobcot team walked away with the meet with Montana State university at Bear Canyon, taking the first four places. At the intercollegiate meet at Gunnison, Colorado, o battered team took second place, and members returned to place individually in meets at Butte and Ennis. Bear Canyon hill . . Ski team . . . Rib Gustafson, winner of the Vernon Hill meet . . Mickey and Jim at the top . . . Coach Audrey Roth . . . Outstanding jumper, Ed Eck.MSC Intramiiiral Champions 1. Sigmo Chi Gold League Volley Ball Team. 2 Sigma Chi Blue Leogue Volley Boll Team 3 Sigma Chi Touch Football Team. Not Pictured: 4. S.A.E. Gold League Basketball Team 5. S.A.E Blue Leogue Basketball Team 6 Sigmo Chi Softball Tcom 112S.A.E.'s resting in the lounge . . . Freshman line-up in the Montanan office . . . Kappa Sig's 1946 MSU model . . . Pep roily . . . Part of the Fang initiation . . . Cordelio Mackey and escort . . . It's olways busy in the coffee shop Bus load leaving for the Grizzly-Bobcot gomes in Missoula . . . Aggie and Bob—champion jitterbugs . . . Tricky riding by Dale Lynch. And now we buy books . . . The Missoulo delegotion looks unhappy— wonder why? . . . Some Spurs and a friend . . . Things is tough oil over—no shoes . . . College cuties perform ot the Pep Assembly . . . "O.K.! kids, where's your pep?" . . . Strickfoden, Oswald and Eokmon lough over the pie-sole . . . Sigma Chi prexy ond friends in Subology closs. I MA study in concentration at the Sigma Chi house . . . Elinor enjoys the springtime . . . "Need a push? . . . Out in the country . . . How did she get there? . . . Casanova in plaid . . . Mrs. Mayfield in research . . . Miss Lamb of the Secretarial department They're headed for the freshman dorm . . . Don Schurch at work . . . Transaction in the bookstore ... Pi Phi Spurs . . . An inspiration please.Senior Panhel.le.nic Formulating a new rushing plan to meet the de monds ot the college administration and still satisfy the sororities drew most of the attention ot meeting cf the Ponhel group President Rose Cloir Hansen, Suzonne Hmmon, Betty Gcrmerood, Shirley Snyder, Mickey Lmfield, Mary MARGARET LINFIELD Gray, Jone Motzke, Jeon Stehlik, Morilyn Hoolc, Gladys Andersen President 8orboro Birkelond, Pat Galt, Beryl Lone, Lilo Swan, Julia Johnson, Evelyn Harrison, Lois Coss, LOIS CASS Betty Lee Both. MISSING—Normo Lee Coke, Audrey Johnson. Junior Panhellenic Junior Panhellenic is in charge of the formol banquet in the spring for oil sorority girls. The pledge songs ore sung, and excitement ensues when girls announce engagements for the post year. 118Interfrateraity Council FRONT ROW—Victor Smith, Phi Sigmo Koppo; Dole Lynch, Alpho Gommo Rho; Jim Travers, Lambdo Chi Alpho; Jim Lyons, Sigma Chi, President; John Gordon, Lombda Chi Alpho; Donald Wold, Pi Koppo Alpho; Tom Dolon, Sigmo Chi. STANDING—Ted Pcul, Phi Sigmo Koppa; Emil Blazma, Koppo Sigmo; Robert Moros, Sigmo Alpho Epsilon; Mcurice Guoy. Sigmo Alpho Epsilon; Jomes Rooch, Pi Koppo Alpho; Robert Bolch, Alpho Gommo Rho; Poul Grommcns, Koppo Sigmo The Interfraternity Council, consisting of the president ond vice-president of each fraternity on the campus, serves to further cooperation among the froternities. Meeting in the evenings at various fraternity houses, they control rushing rules, intramurols, ar.d are read to smooth out disputes between the organized houses on the hill. 119 Alpha Gamma Delta Active ond ombitious, the Alpha Gams had a successful year under the leadership of Jane Matzke. Other outstanding girls in the house include Ann Mahan, Editor of the Exponent; Pot Geary, chairman of Women's Day and member of the senate; and B. K Beers, president of Spurs. Beauty honors go to Pat Tocci and Freshman Lois Cass. Mrs. Plew is their well-liked house mother. Relaxing . . . Dobbin and Pat pose for the camera . . . B B students with bunnies . . . Ready for work ,or just relaxing- . . . Leg art. 120TOP ROW___Jonc Motzke (President), Shirley Anderson, Morvcl Broziel, Lu Clydesdole, Sclmo Frozer, Betty Kelly, Ann Mohon, Miriom Miller Monsbndge, Betty Polo, Ruth Quommen, Dorothy McDonold. SECOND ROW—Doris Skordo, Dwoyne Tolcott, Pot Toco, Pot Chopman, Ruth Roblcr, Pot Geory, Vivion Keotmg, Nino Lee Normon, Fronces Oswold, Agnes Root, Catherine Vonder Pos. THIRD ROW—Borboro Kay Beers, Helen Buckhouse, Morjoric Dundos, Edith Gibbs, Betty Anne Hoeckel, Kitty Jeon Hancock, Elaine Hommcrstrom, Lois Hoyt, Alice Johnson, Billie Sorenson, Marjorie Pott. FOURTH ROW—Mary Agnes Rogen. Pat Roberts. Morjorie Storey. Jerry Weir, Mrojorie Weig-londo, Marilyn Ailing, Alyce Bevons, Lindo Blilcr, Lois Cass, Betty Cole, Potty Davidson FIFTH ROW—Morion Driscoll, Jeon Frazer, Florence Koenig, Beryl Lane, Doreen Miller, Ann Rogen, Eula Ring, Trilby Roser, Dorris Seel, Fronces Shellhorn, Alberto Bohn. SIXTH ROW—Mory Lou Graham, Donno Holm, Claire Stomm, Jean Peterson, Virgimo Wolton, Pauline Dovis.Alpha Omieron Tops in scholorship ond athletics, with a good share of beauty queens too. the A.O Pi's were led by Jean Stehlik. Other outstanding members are Win McDermott, A.W.S. president; Janice Mayfield, Mortar Boord Prexy; Mickey Linfield, Big Ten; and Patty Rend, Montonan ed. Here live Helen Wolf, Spur of the Moment and Ruth McDcnold, active junior. Miss Mary Ritchie is their highly esteemed house mother. Jean displays her crown . . . Studying (?) on the sun porch . . . JuniorsJl TOP TOW je2n Stehlik (Pres-dent:, Groce Bieber, Leilo Cronston, Margaret Linfield, Winifred McDermott. Jomce Mayfield, Mary Miles, Pot O'Donnell, Patty Rend, Muriel Roberts, Shirley Swon. SECOND ROW Gladys Anderson, Virginia Bctd, Elaine Guth, Jeon Lenham, Ruth McDonald, Gylo Marmont, Ann Mercer, Dons Miller, Glorio O'Connell, Colleen Ransicr, Eileen Rciquam. THIRD ROW—Margaret Ann Simpson, Frances Van Den Biesen, Martha Wright, Helen Boiler, Anifo Bruce, Blanche Fronklin, Joan Funk, Jane Gilbert, Sue Horrom, Elizobeth Kane, Nino Murfitt. FOURTH ROW—Moriorie Roberts, Jean Robinson, Gloria Sampson, Nancy Stenson, Lavonne Ullmon, Helen Wolf, Mary Baorson, Rachel Batch, Dorothy Krulatz Borkcr, Helen Boylon, Ruth Boiler. FIFTH ROW—Rosolic Colcmon, 8ctty DcKoy, Betty Lou Eck, Betty Hoffman, Julio Johnson, Jean Knutson, Mary Lou Posho, Bertha Roth, Faye Sondvig, Marjorie Fraser, Borboro Simpson. SIXTH ROW—Joanne Stripp, Lila Swan, Phyllis Todd, Eloisc VonDcn Bicscn, Beverly Votchcr, Audrey Wcndel, Rochcl Strobel, Jeonnettc Stevens.ill Chi Omega Another successful year for the Chi Omega's under the leadership of Marilyn Hoole. Including both broins and beauty in their membership they hove Pat Burke, Les Bouffons Queen; Kay Hoffman, Phi Koppo Phi; and Janice Gaines, an outstanding junior. Mrs. Mabel Rossiter is their house mother. Irene Sherrcw and Joy Bowden . . Fun on a Sunday afternoon . . . Next year's prexy relaxes . . Neva, Janice, Sindy, and Peg reody fcr a picnic JFIRST ROW—Marilyn Hoole (President), Helen Jean Finch, Mary Groy, Kay Hoffman, Barbara Seifert, Ann Aikcns, Elome Burke, Patricio Early, Jonice Gaines. SECOND ROW—Lido Loffel, Thereso McBr.de, Frances Oglesby, Helen Rhoades, Irene Sherrow, Neva Todd, Ann Walton, Alevo Benjamin, Helen Bottomly. THIRD ROW—Joy Bowden, Dorothy Jeon Bruce, Jeanne Dolliver, Eloine Fouse, Betty Fry, Peggy Hayes, Shirley Hiborger, Koye Kroman, Joyce Monsbridge. FOURTH ROW—Phyllis McHaney, Morie Mysse, Jane Oliver, Ruth Mae Poetter, Shirley Snyder, June Stamy, Jeon Stephenson, Morilou Adamson. FIFTH ROW—Betty Lee Bath, Dorothy Butler, Shirley Campbell, Noro Connelly, Jean Dorsett, Lorraine Eaton, Beverly Harrison, Evelyn Horrison, Bunny Jackson. SIXTH ROW Ann Lundy, Corrme Moger, Georgio Mooney, Grace Nissen, Alice Olds, Adeno Porsons, Joyce Shipton, Jeon Strotton. Nat Pictured—Borboro Smith. 125 Kappa Delta Campus leader. Rose Clair Hansen, also led the Kappa Delto's for a successful up ond coming year Outstanding K.D.'s include Sportanion Anno Jeonne Sockness, "Dovey" Hughes, and "Bits” Plymole, queen of the Mortar Board Cornivol. Mere beouty honers go to Marjcrie Kosky, talented sophomore songstress. Mrs. Torrence was their pcpulor house mother Prexy Rose Clair . . . Seme of the girls pose with Mrs Torrence Ready for church . . . Marjorie dqfies the weather 126FIRST ROW_____Rojo Ckur Hansen (President), Bcrboro Bocrson, Irmo Catron, Shirley Cole, Phyllis Fox, Bonnie Gollowoy, Alice Hughes, Mory Leonhordy. SECOND ROW—Doris Plymolc, Esther Recrdon, Betfie Ryder, Ruth Ryder, Anna Jeanne Sock-ness, Marjorie Stoudenmeyer, Ruby Trcthwoy, Mary- lait. THIRD ROW -Morjorie Kosky, Ruth Anderson, Mory Corey, Normc Lee Clokc, Mildred Ehlenburg, Dorothy Fronkovich, Ruby Mitchell. Jconnette Schaffer. FOURTH ROW—Bcttie Mae Oleson, Dons Rogers, Lois Jensen, Alice Erb, Betty Wotson, Dorothy Kncsol, Dorothy Collon, Juonito Slayton. FIFTH ROW—Oonr o Leftdohl, Shirley Solo, Elviro Stefonic, Diano Moore. 127Pi Beta Phi Active in oil parts of college life, the Pi Phi's were ably led by Betty Ger me road. Campus leaders were Suz Hinman and B J. King, Mortor Beard members; Althea Maris, Pi Omego Pi prexy; Rausie Solberg, populor junior, and Sara Jone Forgy, up-coming freshman. Freshman beouty honors go to Jeon Lloyd and Candace Dovis. Mrs. Stranohan is their gracious house mother Noncv reclining . . . Songbirds in the ram . . Car and Chris . . Four Prettv girls on a sunny Sunday ofternoon . . . Four more on a week day 128TOP ROW—Betty Germerood (President), Suzonne Hinman, Rosonne Crowley, Betty Jeon King, Althco Moris, Fown Mane Murroy, Medolou Winter, Elinor Arneson, Joy Reeder, Dorothy Cantrell. SECOND ROW—Potricio Robinson, Mary Ruzicko, Jeonne Moore, Eleanor Morx, Rousie Lou Solberg, Frances Teslow, Marilyn Thorpe, Patricia Kovonaugh, Hclenroy Randall, Marjorie Gleoson. THIRD ROW—Gladys Miller, Nancy Austin, Elizobeth Hoglund, Janice Chrestensen, Betty Ann Eik, Ruth Adoire Morris, Gloria Murphy, Jeon Swanson, Carol Sccbort, Grace Fronzen. FOURTH ROW—Judy Bclshaw, Potricio Golf, Condoce Dovis, Eloine Wolfe, Donna Mason, Sora Jane Forgy, Jane Howell, Roberta Dovis, Barbara Bunnell, Barbara Birkclond. FIFTH ROW—Beverly Fornngton, Dorothy Garrard, Barboro Frey, Jeon Lloyd, Muriel Miller, A orgarct Cruttenden, Mory Tuttle, Morto Story.Women’s Cooperative House Bernice Klingler led the peppy and active group ot the Women's Cooperative house. Living here, the girls cooperate to lower the cost of living expenses and therefore reduce the cost of their education. Outstanding girls include Anna Jensen, Spartaman Mitzi Booher, outstanding in the physical education deportment, and Thelma Stenmark Mrs. Johnson is their house mother. A rest in front of the church High heels on Sundoy . . Line up for c picture' . . Putting off the homework FIRST ROW—Bernice Klinglcr (President), Anno Jensen, Evonne Humphrey Chopmon, Mitzi Booher, Fronccs Akenson, Eloinc Johnson Heleen, Thelmo Stenmork. SECOND ROW—Louise Turley, Joy Boyce, Elviro Steffanic, Beulah Young, Marilyn Evans, Barboro Small, Margaret Anderson. THIRD ROW—Frances Thomos, Edythe, Moc Turley, Barboro Word. Severely Needham, Wolenc Hockett, Helen Poddock, Jean Freezer. FOURTH ROW—Cecilia Kogo, Dora Turner, Jo Byington, Mourine Wolfe. Not Pictured Fronccs Leo, Eleanor Ellsworth, Mary Kortum, Eloinc Fisher, Eva Davison. 131 Hamilton Hall Home of tf e Freshman girls . Mrs. P. R Heily is Social Director Friendships are formed to lost through and beyond school days, regardless of affiliations . . . Affectionately termed "Ham Hall." TOP ROW—Ann Lundov (President), Marilyn Ailing, Mary Boorson, Rachel Batch, Borbo-'o Birkelond, Linda Bliler, Ruth Boiler, Carol Bolmier, Helen Boylon, Dorothy Butler, Mary Carey, Lois Cass, Borbaro Clark. SECOND ROW—Norrno Lee Cloke, Rosolie Colcmon, Noroh Connelly, Beverly Ann Crone, Potty Dovidson, Candace Davis. Roberta Davis, Betty DeKoy, Betty Jo DePuy, Marion Driscoll. Violo Evans, Eleonor Ann Finch, Soro Jane Forgy. THIRD ROW—Barbara Frey, Betty Lou Gogncr, Lois Galt, Pot ricia Galt, Dorothy Garrard, Morion Guerkink, Donna Holm, Mary Horan, Potricio Jelinek, Julia Johnson, Shirley Kelly, Wilma King, Groce Kurtz. FOURTH ROW—Joon Lovelace, Ruth Anderson, Morion Mortm, Donna Mason, Isobel McRoe, Corrinc Moger, Leila Momger. Georgia Mooney, Adeno Parsons, Alice Olds, Groce Nissen, Mary Lou Pasho, Eileen Penland. FIFTH ROW—Ruth Reed, Vero Rhoads, Merideth Robinson, Dons Rogers, Trilby Roser, Bertha Roth, Mory Ryffel, Foye Sandvig, Morjorie Sorgent. Lorelei Schaeffler, Corol Schccrcr, Joyce Shipton, Potricio Shrewsbury. SIXTH ROW—Louise Spencer, Claire Stamm, Beverly Stcorns. Jeannette Stevens, Beverly Votcher, Rachel St robe I, Lilo Swan, Morion Swonson, Ruth Tonkmson, Mary Tuttle, Eloise VonDen Bicsen. SEVENTH ROW—Margaret Smiley, Morion Wottcrburg, Audrey Wcndel, Jessie White, Betty Stratton 132Trailer Life Meoltime looks cozy . . . Time for baby's ride . . . Trailer Court by the Agricultural building . . Troiler Court 2 extends behind the Union ond Roberts Hall. As on all campuses, veterans ot M.S.C. and their wives, some with families, moved into trailers while furthering their education. When the pre-fabricated houses were moved in, the families were given first choice and stretched out in them With building this summer, living accommodations on the comous will be enlarged with more pre-fabricated houses, and apartments. 133 Alpha Gamma Rho After complete inactivity during the war Alpha Delta chapter, which started the year with only one active and three pledges, has now rebuilt its membership under the guiding hand of Robert Balch os president Leaders in grades, they also have activity men Lloyd Schmitt, outstanding senior. Dale Lynch, Ag Club prexy, ond Joe Urick, Alpha Zeta president Lindo Cantrell, sweetheart of Alpho Delta . . . Best-known car on the campus ... In the back yard . . . Mag Ronning relaxes.135 SECOND ROW—Joe Urick, Donald Voelker, Robert Lillegord, Mognor Ronning, Dono Schrupp, Kenneth Shcorcr, Orson Boyce. THIRD ROW—Williom Boyce, Leslie Clork, Don Davison, Gene Ernst, Philip Hoglund, Joe Kircher, Hons Sylling. FOURTH ROW—Don Torcll, Lester Vanvig. Not Pictured—Jess Hodgson, Charles Groden, Jim Drummond, Roy Hedrick, Don Stevens, Ken York, Monford Jackson, John Hall, Bruce Hort, Boyd Nelson Willie West, Jock Corver. FIRST ROW—Robert Balch President), Lloyd Schmitt, Robert Blcnkner. Dole Lynch, Charles Kroll, George Stewart, John Thompson. Located conveniently next to the campus, the Kappa Sigma house had a very successful year under the leadership of Emil Blozina, president and able house manager John Drum. A lively bunch with much musical talent, the boys originated the Friendly Cupids and other clubs to keep life jumping. Top men are Bob Ryan, Yell-King Bill Brolin, Del Neumann, and well-known Jay Stovall. Whot the well-dressed college man is wearing . . . "Mom" Boylan, favorite cook and house mother Around the fireplace . . . Bull session Weekend of the Grizzly-Bobcat gameFIRST ROW—Emil Blozino (President), Robert Ryon, John Drum, Robert Dyer, Weston Forrond, Merlin Fisk, Poul Grommcns, Kenneth Heen, Les Otncss. SECOND ROW—Del Neumann, Chorles Ronning, Kenneth Ross, Pete Oodouhos, Robert Hoffman, Raymond Howard, Bruce McKee, Orlo Silvcy, Robert Wix. THIRD ROW—Martin Bates, Bob Edwards, Bill Brolin, John Canty, Edword Eck, Richard Farrand, Louis Gates, Donold Houck, Delroy Hollern. FOURTH ROW—James Hoskins, Hermon Huisengo, Horry M. Johnson, Robert Larson, William McDonough, Russell McDonough, Jomes Meochom, Raymond Nordquist, Paul Paddock. FIFTH ROW—Wallace Rehbcrg, Jock Robinson, Ed Sikoro, Robert Siverts, Art Stapleton, Jay Stovall, Robert Trcmpcr, Ray Urboch, Lester Vyc. SIXTH ROW____Douglas Young, Delmor Zezula, Raymond Froelich, Lester Hektner, Robert J. Johnston. Not Pictured—Clifford Burt, Chester Decker, Roger Johnson, Gordon Kiefer, Glen Mortillo, Merle Quenemoen. 137■ Lambda Chi Alpha John Gordon, one of the outstanding activity men on the hill, was the leader of Lambdo Chi Alpha in this past year of reorganization. Other top men are the graduating Corl Peters, Scotty Cameron, ond Louis Blenkner. The campus missed on original sociol function when the Lambdo Chi's were not reactivated in time to give their clossic "Yukon Days" party. TOP ROW—John Gordon (President), Corl Peters, Paul Bundy, Ray Brown, Jim Trover, Felix Dc Rooy, Bill Comcron, Bob Trover. SECOND ROW—Louis Blenkner, Edward Ellis, Mark Cockrill, Clork McKee, Rod Peterson, Leonard Gustofson.Victor Smith (President), Pierce Potferson, Everett Shuey, Jim Milne, Howord Kinney, Jerry Kosmon, Bob Cornish, John Cornish, Bob Wilson. Not Pictured—Charles Turner, Bob Blodgett, Christie Mike, Bob Dido, Ed Pormolcc, Coroll Walsh, Walt Norkcvic, Ted Pauli. Phi Sigma Kappa The Phi Sigma Kappo's were ably led by Vic Smith who is also active in organizations on the campus This was o year of reorganization for the Phi Sig's after complete inactivity during the war, and again they are being noted for their friendliness on the campus Here lived a goodly portion of the basketball team and activity men Pierce Patterson ond Everett Shuey  ■■HI PI Kappa Alpha Established in their new house, the Pi K A men hod on up and coming year with such campus leaders os Gene Wilde, president of the Associated Students; George Seel, A.S.M.E. prexy; ond Jim Roach under their roof. Their winter porty has become an important campus function when the "Dream Girl of Pi K A" is chosen. The winter dance ... All dressed olike and ready to go . . . Giroux ot study . . . They're on the air — Les and Candoce Davis, Pi Kap Drcom Girl.FIaST KOW--Gfrtf Wilde 'President'. Donold Woio, Jomcs Roach, George See', berr Lund. Riehcrd Cosjr.ffe, Fred Swingle S"CO‘ 0 ROW—Lorry Vervoort, Alvo Wemrich, Lors Angvick, Robert Finke, D.ck Giroux. Bill Giroux, 8cn Heidcl. THIRD ROW—Floyd Jenni. Les Klott, Bob Lcftingo, Morns Nelson, John Reuss, Bill Stnckfoden, Bob Wheir. FOURTH ROW Jock Willis, Kenneth Humphries, Ted Hunter, Tom Ryon, Dick Morrison. Willie West, A.G.R., Horold Thompson. Not Pictured—Bert Collins, Jerry Collins, Bob Johnson, Clarence Miller, Roy Alkire, Don Bullock, John Frankovich, Bill Morontotte, Horold Sitzmon, Wait Connolly, Roland Fisher, Ted Jefferson, Odell Lyng, Bill Spencer, Robert Fmkc, Chorlcs Westdohl, Don Schofield. 141Sigma Alpha Epsilon Prominent in school octivites, the S.A.E.'s were ably led by "Hulk" Maras, Septemviri president. Other outstanding men include Boyd DeTcnancour, bosketboll stor; Maurice Guoy ond Bob Nelson, Les Bouffons; Rusty Houghton, Duke of Fangs; and Mark Sullivan, Freshman class president. The S.A.E.'s were tops in skiing and bosketboll. The smiling sextet . . . Bob Nelson ond Bert Cosey posing ... Six o'clock is pretty eorly for pledges . . . Moras and the faithful "Minerva" . . . Texos was never like this, Moorhead lin. ft FIRST ROW—Robert Moros IPresident), Steve Motil, Horold Shotwell, Maurice Guoy, Russell Houghton, Don 0'Bnen, Wolter Porock, Deon Voughn, John Barnes. SECOND ROW—Robert Boyd, Robert Clork, Lester Crouse, Boyd DeTononcour, Gil Hohn, Rolph Winness, Robert Poor, George Ruzicko, Pete Roberts. THIRD ROW—Lloyd Sondilond, Howard Schlepp, Rick Sherwood, Zoles Ecton, Shirley Ashby, Jock Bartells, Gene Bourdet, Robert Chcnkovich, Eldon Dahl. FOURTH ROW—Sid Engstrom, Douglas Drysdole. James Good, Ray Gustofson, Earl Johnson, Robert Johnson, John Moorheod, Ken Parsons, Robert Myers. FIFTH ROW—Robert Poulsen, Bud Smith, Mark Sullivan, James Talcott, John Rcichel, Woyne Herrin, John Scofield. Not Pictured—Robert Nelson, Kenneth Dow, Robert Henderson, Dean Houseman, Joe Hodgson, John Ryan, Charles Bclmok, Wm. Grubich, Richard Henderson, Jack Hoover, Roy Houser, Richard McGee, George Ryan, Roy Seagram, Richord Teslow, Gene Trowbridge, Robert Von Sice. Som Venoble. Thomos Wakefield. 143 Siihma CM The largest fraternity on the hill was successfully run by Jim Lyons and included such top men as Dick Little, Antonich ond Lyons of Les Bouffons, outstanding sophomores Bob Miller ond Don Schurch, and Sigma Chi's held the offices of sophomore and junior class presidents. Taking their share of intromurols, they won in volleyball, touch football, and softball. Cooper slept in . . . Some of the boys . . . Must be mid-quarters! ... A real condid shot.TOP ROW—Jim Lyons (President), D k Little, Mork Annin, Virgil Antonich, Lorry Cooper, Tom Dolon, Conrod LoSolle, Roy Lewis, Jomes Nordcn, Fred Mitchell. SECOND ROW—Bob Anderson, Herb Anderson, Jomes Borfk-necht. Bob Botemon, Hugh Cummings, Jerry Eby, Tom Frogre-lius. Bill Goon, Blaine Gustofson, John Honsen. THIRD ROW—Ed Hines, George Hoffman, Joe King, Phil Lundy, Jock Monsbridge, Bob Miller, Ben Miles, Burton Nelson, Jim O'Neill, Herman Peterson. FOURTH ROW—Paul Poirier, Don Schurch, Martin Settle, Bert Shcrrow, Dcon Swenson, Rolph Aoker, Kenneth Brown, Bob Cooke, Gene Coombs, Scott Cooper. FIFTH ROW—Ed Gornett, Lee Greenwell, deceosed, Dick Gron- berg, Rolph Hales, George Heide. Col Hoilond, Hubert Johnson, David Jondrow, Horry Jocelyn, Vernon Keller SIXTH ROW -Bob Lobrie, Bob Lyons, Jock McBride, Dean Moore, Douglos Morrison, Dean Nylin, Fronk Scrvoss, Russell Smiley, Jock Spindler, Stewart Stone. SEVENTH ROW—Bob Story, Floyd Swenson, Toylor Wooge, Jerry Woldorf, Robert Wegener, Al Williamson, Grant Wooley. Not Pictured—Somroe Koisler, Jock Schwoob. Cloyton Word, Elmer Butler, Dick Carlson, Hugh Williamson, Bob Gornett, Clyde Hinton, Ernest Aiken, Lee Broinerd, Gale Wegener, Jim Pierce, Bob Richords, Spencer Koppong, Ted Doy, George Herrin, Rolph Doy, Jock Marquis, Arthur Strain, Jock Blonkenhorn, John Swift, John Dcveny. 145COUNCIL MEMBERS i SEATED—Joy Boyce, Betty Eokmon, Dawes Lott (President), Marion Setterlund, Thelma Stenmark. STANDING—Bob Anspach, Ed Brotton, Arnold Drape, Lowell Seidensticker, Bruce Beatty. Associated Independent Students Membership in the Independent Club is open to all Non-Greeks. This is o lorge and active organization which serves to give members an opportunity for leadership training and social and mental development. Members get better acquainted at picnics, sleigh rides, mixers, ond business meetings. The Council is the guiding body, elected to handle funds, plan the general meetings, and govern all activities for the organization by making the basic plans. 146DR. F. B. COTNER ANNA PEARL SHERRICK. LYDIA DUQUAINE, R. U., M. N. FRANCES MocDONALD. R.N., B.S Dcon, Division of Science R. N., M. A. Assistant Professor, Nursing Assistont Professor, Nursing Heod, School of Nursing Campus Division The School of Nursing offers o course leoding to the Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing as well as one leading to a diploma. Students participating in the degree program spend 6 quarters on the college compus and 10 quarters at Montono Deaconess Hospital in Great Falls, and other offiliated hospitals. After completing this work, they ore eligible to take examinations as offered by the State Boord of Exominers for Nurses to become registered nurses All students in the three-year diplomo curriculum spend one quarter on the college campus and then may go to one of the three hospitals to complete their work They may choose the Billing Deaconess Hospital, Billings, Bozeman Deaconess Hospitol, Bozeman; or Montana Deaconess Hospital, Great Falls At the end of this time they, too, are eligible to take examinations as offered by the State Board of Examiners for Nurses to become registered nurses Theoretical and practical work in Psychiatry, Tuberculosis, and Pediatric Nursing are obtained by all nursing students at the following hospitols. Montana State Hospital, Warm Spring, Veterans Administration, Sheridan, Wyoming, Montana State Tuberculosis Sanitarium, Galen, and Shodair Hospital, Helena. ADELINE MONTGOMERY, R. N„ B. S Instructor, Nursing MARION KURTZ, R. N„ B S Instructor, NursingBillings Deaconess Hospital Division BILLINGS DEACONESS HOSPITAL MR. HARRY C. WHEELER MISS LALA HANDORF, Business Monoger R. N., B. S. Director of Nursing DR. C. E. IRWIN MISS ALICE BENNETT, R.N Student Health Counselor Assistont SuperintendentMISS JULIA O. ROWLAND, MISS AWYBETH TUNNICLIFF R. N. R. N. Clinical Instructor Nursing Arts Instructor Medical Staff STANDING—Doctors Hodges, Weed man. Nelson, Irwin, Gordon. McIntyre, Farr; Mr. Wheeler; Doctors Dunkle, Brogan SEATED—Doctor Gerdcs, Miss Buckles, Mrs. Bennett, Doctors Morrison, Werner, Bridcnbough, Drew. Housemothers Mrs. Borneck, Mrs. Schmidt, Mrs, Provioncc Faculty SACK ROW—Mrs. Knutson. R. N., Mrs. Pearson, R. N„ S Cooksey R. N.. K. S»ccncy. R. N., A Grill, R. N., J. Rowlcnd. R. N. SECOND ROW—L. Handort, R. N., B. S.. N. Hoy, R. N.. G Buckles. R. N., M. Kuccro, R. N., B. S., P. Chombers. R. N, FRONT ROW—Hogon, R. N„ C. Hodgson, R. N„ L. Foulkner. B. S. Student Government Organization ISOGroups Nurses’ Home Senior Banquet Student Council STANDING--M. Wolf, Social Committee; A. Nanscl, First Vice-President; B. Munson, J. Sitzman, Second Vice-President SEATED—E. Miller, President; M. Niridcr, Secretary; C. Rosen-dale. Miss Handorf, E. Kimsey, Treasurer; M. Howley, Auditor; M. Hart, A. Worthington. Not Pictured—J. Edwards, Student Heolth Committee. Montanan Staff L. Rice, P. Panting, Photography Editor; H. Lommers, Editor; R. Brickmon, Co-editor; Mrs. Hodgson, Advisor; K. Komps, F. Roth, Business Monoger.ELEANOR ASHCROFT VANDERHOF Roundup Student Council t JUEL LUTTS 8AKER Carlyle House Committee CKotrmon 2 MADYLENE BEALL Hordm Student Council I, 2, 3; Vice-president Stu dent Council 2. BARBARA BENT WALTERS Sheridan, Wyoming Class Secretory and Treasurer 2. RUTH 8RICKMAN Laurel Co editor Nurses’ Sec tion 3. B. JUDITH EDWARDS Colstrip Class Secretory 2. Choirmon. Health Committee 3. Student Council 3. DOREEN FISK Lovell, Wyoming Student Council 2. SARAH HERRINGER Sidney NADINE M. FLAUGH Billings ANDREA MULTENG Grond Forks, N. D Closs Secretory 3; So ciol Committee 2 MYRA GR EWELL Edgar MARGARET JORGENSON Sheridan Wyoming JESSIE M HALLETT Glasgow LOIS KITCHENS Shendon Wyoming MARJORIE R HANNA Billings Closs Secretory and Treasurer I. RUTH KJELGAARD Oswego Closs Vice-president 2 GRACE E HARRINGTON Bosm Class Vice president 2 ERLENE KLEIN Livingston Student Council 2. 152EILEEN LAMB Three Fork Student Council 2. HELEN JEAN LAMMMERS Mcdgcivillc Student Government President 2; Student Council 2; Editor Nurses' Section 3. GWENDOLYN MAYNARD Billings Student Council I MARGARET MeGETRICK Spokone. Wosh Closs Secretory ond Trcosurer 2. JEAN MOORE Coalville. Utoh President, Student Council 2 AUDRIE M. NANSEL Myers Student Council 2. 3. Chairman, Social Com mittcc 2. RUTH NIELSON Thcrmopolis. Wyo. Closs Vice-President 2. VIOLET M. RUPP Laurel MARIAN NIEMI Red Lodge LORA HELEN SCHELL Sidney Student Council 3 VIRGINIA O'CONNELL Bowman, N. D. Closs Vice-President I; Student Council 2. Closs Secretory 3. RUTH SCHENCK Billings FRANCIS PATTISON Sheridan, Wyo. BILLYE SETTERLUND Billings Closs Secretory and Treosurec 3 AVISPERRSON Sidney President, Student Government 3. ELSIE SOILAND Glcndive Closs President 2; So ciol Committee 2. CATHERINE ROSENDALE Rock Springs. Wyo. Student Council 3, Nurses' Section 2. HELEN YOUNT Roundup 153U nderelassmen Seniors STANDING—F. Chopel, D. Horper, J. Edwards, C. Wcismonn, M. Emerson, M. Vogal. SEATED—J. Jonoshek, C. Millhollin, K. Sodlocck. Not Pictured —S. Davidson. Juniors STANDING—B. Hunter, 8. Bterdneou, P. Davey, D. Foster, J. Sitxmon. SEATED—C. Nielsen, R. Bartel, J. McRoberts, M. Darling. FRONT ROW -E. Miller, R. Schuster. Not Pictured—F. Roth, M. Hawley, L. Donohue. Juniors STANDING—M. Wolfe, E. Peose, P. Panting, P. Rice, E. Younge, E. Kimsey, D. Powell, A. Worthington. SEATED—M. Blair, K. Komps, M. Nirider, B. Sitxmon, M. Hart, V. Cox. Freshmen STANDING—-E. Blakcslcy, P. Eostlick, J. Holroyd, A Smith, H McDowell, D. Caudill, B. Jacobs, B. Lenz, V, Wojan, J. Hoao lond, S- Rice, F. Schlemmg, J. Kawulok, J. Hare, N. Hagen, R. Johnstone. SEATED—M. Lyons, B. Irvin, K. McDowell, E. Wegner, F Hunter, F. Stedman, C. Feldmonn, M. Price, H. Sitxmon, M Cropsey. Nil! 54Hospital Division Bozeman Deaconess MRS. RUTH MocDONALD, R. N. Superintendent MISS MARGARET MeGEE, R. N„ M. A. Director of Nursing BOZEMAN DEACONESS HOSPITAL, BOZEMAN, MONTANA 155History of Bozeman Deaconess Hospital NEW ADDITION TO HOSPITAL The first hospital in Bozeman was founded in 1896 by Dr. Henry H Foster in the east port of the present nurses' home which he built as residence, office and hospital. At his death in 1902 his widow sold it to Dr. James Franklin Blair who enlarged it and operated it as a Bozeman Sanitarium until 1911 when the citizens of Bozeman purchased the property for a general hospital and placed it under the Deaconesses of the Methodist Episcopol church. This same year a training school was added, the first class graduating in 1914 Since then, many improvements have been added to both hospital and nursing school. Affiliations with other hospitols have been arranged in order to meet the requirements of the State and Nationol Association for accrediting schools of nursing. Our lotest addtion is a new and modern nurses' home and wing to the hospital which are now under construction 1 Faculty w STANDING- -P. Coldcron, R. N.; B. Isooc. R. N.: M Gilmon. R. N.; AA. Barclay, R. N. SEATED—M. Kurtz, R.N., B. S.; L. Nyman, R. N.. 6. S.. M McGee, R. N., M. A.; M. Kellijon, R. N. 156JEAN COTTON Cortcrsvillc MIRIAM CHAVRACK ArvxorxJo BETTY NYE Shcridon LURA IRVING SHE8ESTA Milos C ty MARGARET STOKKE Anocondo DENA RAILE Philipsburg BETTE MAE SANDERS A seeondo ELLEN BR1NKERHOFF Columbio Foils LOU ALLEN ALBRO Willow Creek MARY KINCH O’ROURKE Poison CLARISSE CLUTTER Fort Peek FRANCES SANKS Twin Bridges MAXINE KITTS EACHON Poison FAY FLORMAN Livingston M. JANE KELLEY Columbio Foils AMY BLACK Gallatin Gotewov JOYCE YOUNG MiSJOulO LA VONNE THOMAS Klein .157U nderclassmen tv MISS MARPE Assistant Director of Nurses fWhrfclR 31 fer. .ii'H n ro o n ° ? n r nn A ' 'I i ” i t » f i » -T"» Juniors STANDING—M. Emerson, V. LeLocheur, M. Vogel, M. Mother, H. Edwards, M. Julian Redfern. SEATED—C. Knapp, S. Kannegard, J. Gee, J. Forsythe. Freshmen STANDING—E. Baker, P. Kershner, L. Noyes, E. Nelson, V. Bryan, S. Christionscn. DAVENPORT—M. Hormison, I. Woodruff, M. Kurtz, Class Sponsor, E. Todd, J. Wh.tcokcr. FLOOR—N. Ungaretti, B. Rude. Juniors STANDING—8. Morstad, P. Stucky, J. Hansen, G. Omley. SEATED—M. Loop, H. Reikofski, E. Ingram, F. Redding. 158MISS KATHERINE McDONALD, R. N. Director of Nursing Leave of Absence Office Staff Student Council P. Osoood, R. Hoincs, G. Olsen, L. Kuebler. STANDING—E. Boker, J. Honsen, M. Frickle. SEATED—P. Kershner, J. Young, H. Reikofski. Annual Staff J Cotton, Co-editor; E. Brinkerhoff, Business Monoger; L. Thomos, Photogrophy Editor; L. Nymon, Advisor. 159Ii iMontana Deaconess Hospital Division The largest division of the School of Nursing is located in the Montana Deaconess Hospital in Great Falls. This is a modern, well-equipped general hospifol with two hundred beds and forty-four bassinets, fully approved by the American College of Surgeons and the American Medical Association. Medical, Surgical, Obstetrical and Pediatric services are fully segregated, and on up-to-date Pre-Moture Nursery is o part of the Obstetrical Division. During the past year, 5,868 patients were cored for and 670 babies were born here. Increasing demands have brought about expansion of the various deportments and the installation of much new equipment ond many improvements. Students receive their basic experience in medical, surgical, obstetrical, pediatric, and emergency services, and such specialties as Dietary Department, Operating Room, Birth Rooms, Pre-Moture Nursery here. 161Medical Staff BACK ROW—Doctors R. Richordson, C Holl, F Crogc, E. Hildr-brond, F. Schemm SECOND ROWft—Doctors H Fuller, E Adorns, A. Weisberger, A. Johnson, R. Durnin. FRONT ROW- -Doctors R. Holzberger, L. Crory, F MePhoil, L Howard, A. Gleason. Housemothers Mrs. Helen Dee Rynmng. "Butch" Rynnmg, Mrs. Morganf Young. Faculty STANDING—M. Bergstrom, R. N., B. A., C. Chisholm, R. N . R. Fleshmon, R. N., F. Porter, R. N., V. Lincoln, R. N., L. Hort. R. N., B. S- SEATED—L. Scott, R. N., A. Horgervs, R. N., E. Heoton. R. N M. N., E. Quol's. R- N., A. B., R. Janssen, B. S. Faculty STANDING—M. Bricker, M Hinck. R. N., L. Himsl, M Rinkcr, R. N., H. Fiske, R. N., B. S. SEATED—J- Walker, R. N., B. S.. I. Chr.stionson, R. N„ B S„ A. Bostow, M. A., B. Zimmerman. R. N., B. S., D. Lyndcs, R. N. 162 MRS. EMILY C. HEATON R. N., M. N. Director of Nursesmmm GLORIA JEANNE SPAHR Gceot Foil Clo s President 2. 3: Student Council 2; Chotrmon Newspopcr Committee 3. Class entered Hospital March and June 1944 DORIS CHRISTOPHERSON Kolispell Orchcstro I. 2; Nurses' Club 1. 2; Independent ' Club I. 2: Inter-Church Council 2; G rls' Co operative House I, 2: Deccon-est Beocon 4. Student Council 3 4; Photoqrophy Editor Nurses' Section 4. DONNA FAY COW UN Forsyth Closs President I; Student Council I. DORIS HAMPTON Horlem Social Committee I Vice-Prcndent Student Council 2. Business Monoocr Nurses' Section 1946 Montanan 2. E. JOAN KALAL Roy Nurses' Club 1, 2; Independent Club I. 2; Closs Secretory ond Treasurer 2. Junior-Senior Banquet Decorot ions 4, Dooconess Beacon 4. 8ERNICE DOROTHY LARSON Andes BARBARA LEE EUNICE LUCILLE NYRE ELEANOR S PEDERSON KATHERINE SLEZAK McVICKER Helena Glendive Volier Belle Fourche. S. D. Closs Secretory and Treasurer 1, Junior-Senior Banquet Decorations 2. HELEN SEVCRTSON ZAREMBA Glendive Junior-Senior B o n q u e t Decorotions 2. Editor Nurses’ Section Montonon 3. EVANGELINE BORSHEIM Williston, N, D. Closs Secretary and Treasurer I. Closs Sociol Chairman 2. AMY ELIZABETH TUNNICLIFF Bozeman Chi Omego Rush Choir-man 2: Pon - Hellenic Council 2; A. W. S. I. 2; Cheer Leoder I. 2 Manager 2; Funlondio 2. Nurses' Club 1. 2; Secre tary I; President 2; Re trailing Committe tor L) S C N C.; Sk. Club I 2; Ski Team I. 2: 8io I ittlc Sister Committee 2 Closs Vice-President 2, Nominating Committee 3 lun or-Senior Banquet '"hoirmon 4 Student Council 4 Class entered Hospital January 1944 MARY LOUISE ABENROTH Plontywood Student Government Asso-ootion Treosurer 2, Sec refory 3, Student Council Secretory 3. PATSY RUTH GENGER Molto Sociol Committee 2. DOROTHY BAYNHAM Glosgow Housechoirmon 2, Student Council 2. MARGARET E, BOE JOSEPHINE E BLAKE Perth. N. O. Corlylc Houtecho-rmon 2. Student ALPHA SAOEANE CURRY Vice-President Student Council 2, Assistant Pho- KoHiotll Association 2. Sociol togrophy Editor Nurses' Houscchoirman 2 Sociol Choumon 2. Section 3 Committee 2 JOSEPHINE KINGSTON ENGLE Volier Student Council 2. Social Cnoirmon 2. HILDA SHIRLEY ORHAM Royncsfocd MARGARET JACOBSON Zurich LOIS IRENE PATTERSON Glendive ELIZABETH LUCARA Red Lodoc Clovs President 3. Student Government Association Treosurer 2. LUCILLE JOHNSON MARY JANE ROBINSON Denton YVONNA JURKOVICH Red Lodge Student Council 2 COLLEEN SEWELL Monarch Not Pictured: MARGARET ANN RANDALL Wolt Point Closs President 1, 2; Sfu-dent Council I. 2 MARTHA GARDIPEE She lb v DEE FARMER JUSSEL Rigby. Idaho MARY H THOMPSON St. Croix, Wisconsin VIOLET Z McGHUEY Chinook Bond ond Pep Bond I. 2. M Club 1. 2; Housechoir mon WARDEEN HELEN WESTERMAN HovreClass entered Hospital September 1943 LOUISE GRIE8EL Billings Closs Vice - President I. Student Council 2. 3. Closs President 2. 3. DOROTHY BEDSON 8utte Glee Club I. Copping DOREEN RUTH BERRY Prooroms 1. Lcwistown SHIRLEY H fARLY Great Foils BEATRICE E MARTIN EDWARDS LOUISE M. FLAGEN Hcoth Pop lor doss Secretory 2. Glee Club I. DORINE STEVENSON REIS Fort Benton Junior Senior Banquet 2. MARIE C. JENSEN HELEN FLORENCE ESTHER MAE Circle HEDENBERG KLEPPELID Great Foils Circle Student Council 2. Student Government Association President 3. FRANCES v. MARTIN A. JEANNETTE RUTH E OFFICER Lcwistown McCLARREN Livingston Ryegote doss Secretory 1; Student Student Council I; Closs Government Association President 2. Social Choir- President 2; Nomination man for Formol 2, Editor Committee I, 3. Deaconess Beocon 3. MARJORIE ROSSBERG Conrod PATRICIA SMYTHE Dillon Closs Sociol Chairman 3 NONA M TANDE Sc obey Closs Sociol Choirmon 1 MARGUERITE SUTHERLAND WATNE Koliseell Closs Vice-President 3 PHYLLIS E. NORRIS ST. AMANT Butte Not Pictured: BETTY BAIR GRANT Livingston 165CLASS ENTERED HOSPITAL SEPTEMBER 1944 STANDING—M. Botkin, M. Engmon, L. Wilkinson. SEATED—E. Abenroth, F. Holden, D. Porsons, F. Hollett, S Putz. FRONT ROW—J. Johnston, I. Miller, W. Seifert, M. Dorsey, R Kind. NOT PICTURED—H. Hewitt. CLASS ENTERED HOSPITAL SEPTEMBER 1944 STANDING—8. Polmcr, F. Fluegel. E. Whitworth SEATED (back row)—B. Lorsen, C. Centonino, M. Butterfield S. Palumbo. L. Cole, P. R.ce, R Allison. FRONT ROW—D. Garber, H. Secoto, P. Wolff, J. Logon. NOT PICTURED—H. Honberg, B. Meyers, B. Manley, C. Pcdc son, R. Smith. CLASS ENTERED HOSPITAL JANUARY 1945 STANDING—L. Erickson, L. Tihisto, M. Moki, G. O'Keefe, G Shelstod. SEATED—A Lmdsoy, H. Szymonskc, C. Julion, M Osborne, H 8rendel. CLASS ENTERED HOSPITAL JANUARY 1945 A. Tope, D. Knudson, J. Re.d, W. Hollenbeck, 8 Knebel, E. Rasmussen, G. Hollenberg, M Kcoding, NOT PICTURED -C. Rusher Under classmen 166U ederclassmee CLASS ENTERED HOSPITAL JUNE 1945 STANDING M Hurley. R Lorcnson, L Hopkins. B. Summer ville. SEATED—H. Stieg, A Clork. B. McCoHcrty, S. Mehlhoff. E. Cowon, C Johnston. P Rowlee, M Kodolen, J Brokstod. E Morris. J. Blor-det. CLASS ENTERED HOSPITAL SEPTEMBER 1945 D. Grainger, B. Hoy, E. Jeokins, E. Bowers, H. Koch, A. Bugden, D. Leonhordy, A Carawoy, P. Goodman, B. Merrymon, B Farrell. CLASS ENTERED HOSPITAL SEPTEMBER 1945 B. Martin. P. Holbcrg, P. WaMcy, Y. Jensen, L. Kight, M. Dunham, V. Cormichoel. M Hinck, K. Senner, L. Shattuck, N. Horr, H. Corlson. CLASS ENTERED HOSPITAL SEPTEMBER 1945 BACK ROW—L. Norenbcrg. J Going SECOND ROW-R. Kruger, L. Poulsen. B. Nelson, M de Young FRONT ROW—M. Miller, A Fangstrom. V. Swan, M Alley. TEACHER—Miss Wolker. Trrrrr n rjr r NIGHT NURSE Oh, to be on doys agoin!"STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is the executive body of the Student Government Associotion ond is in charge of student offoirs. STANDING—M. de Young, D. Hompton, B Daly, D. Parsons, President. SEATED—C. Johnston, M. Kodolcn, F Holden, S Mchlhoff, M. Engmon, H. Stieg, B. Lorsen, Miss Bastow, M, Botkin, Mrs. Heoton, G. Spohr, J. Rummel. DEACONESS BEACON STAFF This staff publishes a five page monthly newspaper of hospital and school activities. STANDING—Miss Bostow, C. Julion, H. Stieg, B. Daly, J. Kolal, M. Kcoding, B. Martin, B. Nelson. SEATED—J. Johnston, J. Rummel, Co-Editor; J. McClorren, Editor. SOCIAL COMMITTEE This Committee, with the Vice-President of the Student Association os Choirmon, plons the sociol ond recreational program of the school. D. Hampton, Chairman; H. Brendel, L. Norenberg, J. Johnston, Miss Bastow, B. Martin, B. Summerville. MONTANAN STAFF The Montanon Staff wos responsible for the Nurses' Sectior in the 1946 Monfonon. H. Zorembo, Editor; D. Porsons, Circulation Manager; M. Dorsey. Assistant Editor; D Hompton, Business Monoger; Miss Bostow, Advisor; Doris Chnstophorson, Photogrophy Editor Not Pictured —M. Boc, Assistant Photogrophy Editor ALPHA TAU DELTA Alpha Tau Delta is the National Honorary Nursing Sorority M. Hinck, C. Johnston, L. Hopkins, President. F Porter, S. Mehl haff, E. Cowan, H. Fiske, E. Qualls, P. Rowlee. R. Lorcnson, J. Wolker, M Bricker, B. Zimmerman. STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION The Student Government Association is mode up of all students in good standing. It plons progroms of a sociol, educational, ond professional nature, ond is concerned with all matters of student welfare.First Aid Room The Obstetricol Deportment "Meal Time" Signing in "One minute to go' Boyham, Blake and Boe "The Jolly Trio" The Beacon Is Out 'Oh—who told that!" Welcoming Tea "Emily Post's Right Hand Girls" Routine Shots q six months "Any T. B.?" 169 The Skating Party "The Gang's on its Way" Woffle Supper "Um! Arc they good!In Memeriam Few people indeed hove written into the pages of Montano history o contribution of humanitarian service that would equal the devoted work of Miss Edith Long and Rev. John A Martin. One a Nurse and the other a Methodist Minister, both outstanding m their chosen field of work ond both contributed much to the advancement of nursing ond hospital work in Montano. EOITH LONG 1877-1945 JOHN ALEXANDER MARTIN 1869-1945 Edith Long come to Montono from her native state of lowo os a young woman and wos one of the first nurses to groduate from the School of Nursing of the Montona Deaconess Hospital of Great Falls. Upon the completion of her training in 1908 she remained to give almost thirty-two years of devoted service to the hospital where she received her training, filling many important positions, including thot of supervisor, chief surgicol nurse and finally ossistant superintendent. To have a proper appreciation of Miss Long ond her activities requires some knowledge of her environment ond the conditions under which she worked. Picture, if you con, o little brick hospital of twenty beds, located in a pioneer town of Montano, where o horse and buggy were the principal mode of travel. This was Great Falls, where Miss Long chose to nurse the sick bock to health. No task wos beyond this early pioneer nurse who with her cowOrkcr, Miss E. Augusta Aiiss, built the Montono Deaconess Hospital from the small hospital thot it wos to o modern institution of two hundred beds, making it one of the largest medical centers in Montano. Truly, this hospital is on enduring monument to the life long efforts of these two valiont nurses. At the oge of sixty-eight, Edith Long possed to o sure reword on October 27, 1945. Rev. John A. Mortin begon his long life of service to the people of Montano in the cutumn of 1877 in the City of Livingston. For more than fifty years he faithfully and energetically worked for the spintuol and physical betterment of the people of this stole. Those who were closely associated with Mr. Martin have olwoys been conscious of his basic, fundamental desire tc do the right thing end to do things in a manner that would be of greotest value to everyone. He never let pass an opportunity to help others ond this keen desire caused him to spend the lost twenty-five years os field secretary for this hospitol. While Miss Long and Miss Ariss were giving devoted core to the patients within the hospitol, Mr. Mortin wos earnestly working in the field to provide the finances with which to purchase equipment end supplies. His efforts also brought about many bequests to the building fund of the hospitol. These two Christian characters hove mode a greot contribu lion to the hospitol work of this state. Their morol ond physicol couroge wos great ond their service to humanity will ever be an inspiration to those who choose to help "others." IDA M. GREENWOOD 1918-1945 On the Service Flog hanging in the lobby of the Montana Deacones' Hospitol are ninety stors representing graduates from this school who served their country in the Army or Novy Nurse Corps in this lost World Wor There is one gold star on our flcg, in memory and honor of Lieutenant Ido Greenwood of the class of 1939, who on April 28th, 1945, gave her life in the service of her country ond humonity. She was serving on the Hospitol Ship Comfort when it was attacked by Japanese dive bombers. We honor Lieutenont Greenwood for the service she gave and the sacrifice which she made. She served well os a student nurse, os a head nurse in the Obstetncol Department of Montono Deaconess Hospitol, and os on army nurse. Her memory will live long with those who knew her os a student, c nurse, and a friend. We honor too all others who served in this great conflict. Horrible os war is, it wos mode less terrible by the work of the "ongels of mercy" who gave comfort ond aid to the men fighting for our country. 170Affiliations State Hospital, Warm Springs. We affiliate here for Psychiatry. The Stote Sanatorium, Galen. Here we learn about Tuberculosis Lung X-rays—a large part of Galen. Practicing Isolation technique at Detention. Miss Lamb and Miss Hanford. They teoch us Phychiatry. The "use-to-be" Nurses' Home at Galen. We still have our meals here. Galen! Here I am! Off for Affiliation. Too many bags! "Old Faithful", where we go when we are hungry at Galen. Mabel Stevens and Pearl Woods. Former students who now teach and supervise at Shodair. Relaxation after duty Galen. Swinging on the Bridge. The proper costume for Galen.Affiliations The Nursery at Shodair Hospital. Nurses aid a Polio Victim. The Medical Staff—Veterans' Hospital, Sheridan. Wyo. The Hubbord Tub. The Shodair Hospital Students affiliate here for Pediatric experience. Occupational Therapy Building, Sheridan. Billings Students affiliate here for their Psychiatric experience. The end of a busy day Parties are Fun. Science aids in the treatment of polio. 'Smiles"—One of the charms of Pediatrics. This is where we entertain ot Sheridan 17? The Baseball Diamond, Sher.dan WyomingIn Appreciation The students of the Montano College School of Nursing take this means of thanking our sponsors for their generous assistance in publishing our section of the 1946 Montanan. This book preserves many of our most cherished memories, ond in the days to come when we recoil these happy doys, we will agoin appreciate the help our sponsors gove us MONTANA FLOUR MILLS COMPANY Great Falls, Montana VAN WALTERS AND ROGERS, INC. Spokane, Washington A. S. ALOE AND COMPANY St. Louis, Missouri ALDRICH AND ALDRICH COMPANY Chicago, Illinois MEHL PLUMBING COMPANY Great Falls, Montana DEVINE AND ASSELTINE, INC. Great Falls, Montana GREAT FALLS GAS COMPANY Great Falls, Montana GENERAL ELECTRIC X-RAY CORPORATION Chicago, Illinois STANDARD BRANDS Great Falls, Montano McKESSCN AND ROBBINS COMPANY Billings, Montana SHAW SUPPLY COMPANY Tacoma, Washington CRANE COMPANY Great Falls, Montana NASH FINCH COMPANY Great Falls, Montono PALMQUIST ELECTRIC COMPANY Great Foils, Montano PINISKI BROTHERS Great Falls, Montana DUVALL AND WALLACE HARDWARE CO. Great Falls, Montana MIDLAND LABORATORIES Dubuque, Iowa H. O. AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY Great Falls, Montana MONTANA POWER COMPANY Great Falls, Montano BAUER AND BLACK Chicago, Illinois BROWN LABORATORIES Topeka, Kansas M. M. PHARMACY Billings, Montana RUNCKS DRESS SHOP Billings, Montana CONEY ISLAND CAFE Billings, Montana ROCK'S RESTAURANT Billings, Montana THE NEW METHOD REPAIR CO. Billings, Montana THE TURF CAFE Billings, Montano ANDY'S TIRE COMPANY Billings, Montana McKIBBIN CLOTHING STORE Billings, Montana GREGORY DRESS SHOP Billings, Montana THE MIDLAND DRUG COMPANY Billings, Montana CURLEY AND CARROL ELECTRIC COMPANY Billings, Montana VOLLEY'S FLOWER SHOP Billings, Montana • 73Demonstration by Dr. Johnson ... . Ann helps mix up a few delicacies for lunch ... So thot's where the chemistry aromo comes from .. . Those machines look complicated . . . Future architects at work . . . These early morning classes ore rough ... So this is the study (?) room . . . Oh, what a pretty nurse!Silk-screening in the art deportment . . . Neva ond Koy point posters . . . Doris, Hap, and Martha display clothing lab projects . . . Rose Clair works on a portrait . . . Sculpture in art lab . . . Commercial design in modeling by Eleanor Arneson. 175Surprise shot . . . Freshman with spring fever . . . Study session at the Lambda Chi house . . . Bob displays a wicked serve . . . Sigma Chi's at dinner . . . And the oftermath There's an extra head in this picture . . Brolin looks cynical, maybe it's the record . . . Those are real textbooks they're reading.Mortar Board is the senior women's honorary service orgon ization. Each spring outgoing members give a tea for junior women with the required scholastic record New members ore chosen on the basis of leadership, service and scholarship Mortar Board was formed from Cap and Gown, a local organization, and received its notional charter in 1926 President Morilyn Hoole. Betty Jeon King, Jeon Stchlik, Rose Ooir Honsen. Jomce Moyfield, Winifred Jonice Moyfield McDermott, Betty Germeraod, Suronne Hinmon, Jone Motiko. Victor Ohto, Ed Brotton, Bud Moros. Gene Wilde Not Pictured- Robert Hansen President Robert Moros Septemviri Membership in the senior men's honorary is limited to seven men—hence the name. These outstanding seniors are elected by a faculty committee on the basis of scholarship, personality, activities and leadership. Their duty is to see thot the traditions of MSC are upheld by the student body and they sponsor an assembly for this purpose each fall. 178The Spurs are the most active group on the campus. Typifying service, pep, units, and reputation, they usher at all school functions, sponsor mixers and keep people off the grass. The national sophomore women's service organization was founded at Montano State College in 1922. Spurs FRONT ROW—A. Bruce, H Wolf, H. Buckhouse, S. Hiboroer. B 8eers, K. Kromon, M. Kosky, A. Benjamin. SECOND ROW—M. Pom, J. Robinson THIRD ROW—E. Hommerstrom, J. Pctervon, E. G'bbs, M. Gleoson, J. Stephenson, C. Seibort, President G. Miller. J. Oliver, L. Ullmon, B Gollowoy, G. Murphy. 8arbora Koy Beers FRONT ROW—F. Sherwood. M. Guoy, J. Cornish, R. Houghton, R. Bolch, J. Gordon, R. Dyer Rusty Houghton President SECOND ROW—J. Hodgson, A. Fiolko, Z. Ecton, J O’Neill, B. Nelson, R. Miller, R. Anderson, S. Berg, R. McGee, R. Boyd, J Tolcott, P. Grommens. Fangs, the sophomore men's service organization, is on-other hardworking group which serves in close cooperation with the Spurs. Its members ore the active boys who ore expected to become the future B.M.O.C. Intercollegiate Knights wos founded ot the U. of Washington in 1922, and the Fang chapter wos established here later thot same year. Fangs 179Alpha Lambda Delta Freshmen women who hove maintained a ninety average for the first quarter are tapped to Alpha Lambda Delta during winter quarter. Those who achieve the average during the first two quarters become members in the spring. The organization is national and was established on this campus in 1930. Members encourage scholarship by present ing an award to the freshman woman with the highest scholas tic record President Irene Giovanini President Don Schureh Phi Eta Si ma Phi Eto Sigma is the nationol freshman men's honorary. Before being initiated, the aspiring freshman must maintain a ninety average for his first quarter's work, and then present each of his instructors with a shiny red apple. Members remair active throughout their sophomore year. '80Membership in Phi Kappa Phi is the highest general scholarship oword given at Montana State College. Requirements call for rank in the upper one-fifth of the senior class. Members are admitted from all departments and include students and faculty. Phi Kappa Phi was first organized at the University of Maine in 1897 The local chapter was installed in 1921 Horold Holcrow President President Mourice Guay Members of Les Bouffons are selected for their qualities of outstanding personality and popularity. After the traditional initiation in outlandish garb which amuses the whole school, members are presented at the annual Les Bouffons Formol in the spring. Les Bouffons, the first honorary at MSC was organized in 1900. Les Bouffons 181Alpha Chi Sigma Alpha Chi Sigma is a profession chemistry fraternity. This national honorary includes men majoring in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. President Sorry Noton FIRST ROW—Dr. O. S. Sheppard, George Seel, Bill Ch.lcote, Eorl Turner, Willord Mccklenberg 8arry Nolon, Harold. Foot. SECOND ROW -Andy Shields. Bill Von Horn, Robert Ellis, Don Schurch President Ruth McDonold. Jeon Stehlik, Altheo Moris, Marion Golster, Rose Ooir Honsen, Mr. Wheeier, Althea Moris advisor. Gylo Mormont. Alpha Psi Omega This is the notionol dramatics honorary for which members qualify by being in three plays, or working backstage fer thot number and having a mojor position Members sponsored the fine Variety Show this spring. 182mn Alpha Tou Delta is the honorary society for students seeking o bachelor's degree in nursing. It promotes high scholarship and desirable qualities for future nurses. This club is a chapter of the national nursing honorary. Besides the group on the campus, there are chopters at the hospitals where the girls affiliote their third year. Alpha Taa Delta Lovonne UHmon, Alevo Benjomm, Jean Lloyd, Fronces Thomov Louise Spencer. Donald, Audrey Wcndcl, Margorct Anderson Pres»dent Marion Kurtz FRONT ROW—Marvel Brozicl, Kay Hoffman, Jeon Stchlik, Mr. Conrad, Eleanor Arneson, Jane President Matzke, Miss Wilbur, Frances MocGowon. Kay Hoffman SECOND ROW—Anita Bruce, Bonnie Gollowoy, Margy Kosky, Joy 8oyco, Mr. Chcevcr, Rose Cloir Honsen, Betty Germcraod. Delta Phi Delta is the national art honorary open to students of art and architecture who meet the scholastic requirements and show a special aptitude for art. Members made the flashy posters which are displayed for school dances and sell original Christmas cards. Delta Phi Delta 83Fhi Sigma Phi Sigma, the national biology honorary, consists of members of the Botany and Bacteriology department and other students who show a speciol interest in this department and meet the grade requirements Their weekly pie soles in Lewis Hall are enjoyed by the whole student body President Frances Oswald President FRONT ROW—Ann Mahan, Muriel Roberts, Barbara Seifert, Dorothy Rydberg, Marilyn Hoole, Winifred McDermott Rousic Solbcrg, Vivion Keating. SECOND ROW—Gloria O'Connell, Mary Miles, Marian Snapp, Doris Miller, Martha Wright, Win McDermott, Cothy VonderPas, Morion Golster, Anno Jensen, Shirley Anderson Phi Upsilom Omicron Phi Upsilon Omicron is the national Home Economics Honorary. Junior and senior home ec. majors in the upper two-fifths of their class are chosen for their scholarship, leadership ond character. In addition to other services, members work os waitresses ot school functions to earn money 184Alpha Zeta, the national agricultural honorary fraternity was discontinued at the beginning of the war, but during spring quarter the group was reorganized by former Alpha Zeta's now on the campus who held the annual initiation banquet. Next year will again find them one of the most active organizations on the campus. Alpha Zeta President Joe Urick FRONT ROW—Janice Moyfield, Anno Lee Von Artsdole, Betty Nelson, Esther Peshkur, Irene President Giovonini. Lauro Coffmon SECOND ROW—Fronccs Leo, Morten Scttedund, Dorothy Shcppord, Phyllis Green, Louro Coff-mon, Betty Jeon King. Electrons is an honorary group for women chemistry majors. Members are chosen on a basis of scholarship ond their desire to continue in their chosen field. Its purpose is to provide a social group and valuable outside contacts in the world of chemistry. Electrons IBSAgricultural Club The Ag Club hos the distinction of being the oldest club on the campus. Although it was inactive during the war, the ag majors now comprise one of the largest groups on the hill Their activities include on annual picnic in the spring with the Home Ec. girls and the Little International Livestock Show President President Gene Coombs Alumni The 4-H Alumni Club is made up of former 4-H club members now enrolled in college. Members get together in a socio! way ond carry on work in line with their interests. • 86President Borrv Nolan President Gene Wilde The Montano State branch of the American Society of Civil Engineers was organized in 1908 as the Civil Engineering Society. Weekly meetings provide entertainment and added information concerning engineering projects. All students registered os Civil Engineers moy be members. Civil Engineers The Montana State branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers became the first notional engineering society on the compus when it received its charter in 1907. All lunior and senior Electrical Engineering students are eligible for membership. Electrical Engineers !«7 IA. S. M. E. Membership in the American Society of Mechanical En-gineers is composed of all students enrolled in mechanical engineering. The group was organized in 1914 os the Mechni col Engineers Club and received its national charter in 1 29 to become the Montana Stote college branch of A.S.M.E FRONT ROW—Robert Nclvon, George Seel. Pete Roberts. Mr Gibbs. Mr. Hononn, Bob Anspoch, Royne Pilgerom. President SECOND ROW—Harold Lammers, Jim Kiefer, Dick Forrond. Paul Poirier. K C Brown, Frank George Seel Servoss, Cigliono. Elliott, Hurtt, Bloine Booth All upper class students registered in architectural engineering are eligible for membership in the Architectural Club Organized in 1919, the club fosters interest in architecture Outstanding exomples of the members work ore on display on the top floor of the Engineering Building Architectural Club 188r Membership in the Art Club is open to all art majors, and serves to bind the members closer together. When materials ore available, the art club holds on annual Art Bazaar where foreign articles and some locol ones are exhibited and sold Art Club FRONT ROW—L. Coss, R. Colemon. M. Kosky, B. Gollowoy, L Momgcr. B. Bunnell, M. Tuttle, R. Davis SECOND ROW—E. Cox, M. Rowe, D. McLaughlin. E Christionsen. C. Mockey, R Hansen. M Broziel, K Hoffmon, J. Stehlik. S. Snyder. THIRD ROW—P. Jelinek, M. Smiley. M. Driscoll, 8 Both, C. Dovis, M. Miller. A Porsons, B DcKay, P. Galt, D. Moore, M. Wotterburg, I. Turner, Mr. Conrad, J. Pergonde, 8 Germeraod S Rosebrach, E. Bundy, E. Arneson. L Schaeffler, E Penlond, 8. Frey, E Eik, J Reeder, P President McHaney, E. Fouse, N. Todd Marvel Broziel President Doris Skordo Foces too numerous to mention All home economics majors are members of the Home Economics Club which was organized in 1895 and is now of filiated with the Notional Home Economics Association. Interesting programs ore presented at the noon meetings. Home Ec Club 189Secretarial The Secretarial Club includes all students enrolled in the secretarial course. Programs for the monthly noon meetings to which tote sack lunches are both entertaining and instructive. Members all perform secretarial duties and demonstrations during High School Week. President Suzanne Hinman President Aleva Benjamin Nurses Club Girls enrolled in the five-year degree nursing course belong to the Nurse's Club. Another club with noon meetings, it serves to acquaint the girls and to further interest in nursing. 190Wesleyan Foundation is composed of students united by common choice of the Methodist church. Members meet on Sunday nights to discuss problems of religious interest os well os topics of the day. Wesi y 1 President Shirley Wise All veterans of World War II ore eligible for active membership in the Veterans' Club. This is o large and growing club which serves to bring the veterans together socially as well as providing a discussion group through which they have accomplished solution of their particular problems. Veterans 191Newman Club Newman Club is a national organization open to all students of the Catholic faith Members meet the First Sunday of each month to attend early mass in a group and then meet at an early morning breakfast. President Pot Geary President FRONT ROW—C. Seibort, J. Gilbert, J. Lloyd, R. Solberg, B. Beers, J. Gaines, A. Root, E. Arne- Toylor Morsh son. SECOND ROW—J. Bowden, P. Hoyes, J. Oliver, E. Hommerstrom, J. Christenson, M Gleoson, F. Oswald, K. Honcock, A Ncsbit. THIRD ROW H Kinney P Rhoods, A Parsons, B. Frey, H. 8uckhouse, A Draper, P. Davidson, D. Miller. J Lcnhom, T Morsh Canterbury Canterbury Club is composed of students who ottend the Episcopol Church. Members arise early Friday mornings to meet in religious devotion. Prexy, Toylor Marsh wos chairman of the World Student Service Fund drive on the campus. 192V E Day Observance of Victory in Europe Day by people in Bozeman on the Montana State College campus ... A serious crowd listens to the invocation ... j Veterans of Foreign Wars present the Gold Star . .. Unison reading by George Eusterman, Myron Walker, and Harry Cosgriffe . . . The High School chorus led the audience in singing . . . the College band . . . Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. 193Womens Day Occuring during commencement week. Women's Day is on old and cherished tradition when the achievement of the coeds of M.S.C. are recognized. Simplicity and solemnity are the keynote of the day which starts off with a procession led by the seniors in their caps and gowns with the rest following in white. A senior woman is chosen to come bock in five years to address the group on that Women's Day, and new Spurs ore tapped. Pot Geary was chairman of Women's Day this year. 194— I High School Week Three days of work and play at M.S.C. for high school students are called High School Week. Guests keep busy with open houses, scholarship contests, entertainment and a general smattering of college life. High school guests arrive to register at the Union ... a tour of the campus . . . Fangs got around at the mixer . . . Wolk oround and meet your partner . . . Time out to relax at the band concert . . . Kenny looks happy . . . Talking it over.SAFEWAY STORES RETAILERS Fresh Meats — Fresh Produce Groceries EVERY BANKING SERVICE Accounts for BANKS —FIRMS —INDIVIDUALS TRUSTS—INVESTMENT SECURITIES—FOREIGN EXCHANGE DRAFTS —MONEY ORDERS —SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULTS —SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Officers: JOHN J. 8URKE President JAMES T. FINLEN Vice-President GUY 0. PLATT Assistonf Coshier R. W. PLACE Vice-President WILBUR ROWE Assistant Coshier METALS BANK TRUST COMPANY Established 1882 BUTTE, MONTANA MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 1961 COMPLIMENTS Kenyon Noble Lumber Co. COMPLIMENTS Aileens "A Shop for Ladies" COMPLIMENTS Dahl Funeral Home COMPLIMENTS Sullivan Radio Repair 197Staudaher’s Fine Shoes for Women Modern Cleaners 27 South Willson Phone 77 BOZEMAN, MONTANA Hats Blocked G. L. (Andy) Anderson, Prop. The Bungalow The Rendezvous for the College Student COMPLIMENTS Nash Finch Wholesale Distributors • Y-M Cigars Nash's Coffee Del Monte Canned Foods Blue Ribbon Beer THE SPECIALTY SHOP for COLLEGE GIRLS' SMART APPAREL • the CAMPUS 23 East Main 198You Are Always Welcome at WAGNER’S College Men Like Our Clothes MORE STYLE MORE QUALITY MORE VALUE WAGNER'S “Bozeman's Leading Men's and Boys' Store Hikers Rest Gallatin Co-operative Creamery Producer Owned and Controlled GALLATIN MAID BUTTER ICE CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE ICE CREAM MIX Phone 31 40 North Grand COMPLIMENTS Robin and John MacNab operating Hotel Baxter BOZEMAN, MONTANA in the mountains Del Ray Beach Hotel DEL RAY BEACH, FLORIDA on the beach • HOTELS OF DISTINCTION 199Out at Canyon . . . Chi O's hold a picnic and it gets much warmer A. M. RUSSELL THEATRES Office: SECOND FLOOR RIALTO THEATRE BUILDING Office Phone 100 P. 0. Box 100 ELLEN RIALTO JOYCE Phone 178 Phone 1 13 Phone 1400 BOZEMAN, MONTANA CHAMBERS FISHER CO. • One of Montana's Better Deportment Stores 200We Appreciate Your Patronage E. J. POETTER THE DRUG CO. WILLSON CO. THE PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE BOZEMAN'S FRIENDLY • DEPARTMENT STORE • Where Quality Counts THE BOZEMAN CLEARING HOUSE ASSOCIATION Pledges continued co-operation to Montana State College COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK GALLATIN TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK SECURITY BANK AND TRUST COMPANY • MEMBERS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 201A Great State Marches On Montano's history dates from April 30, 1803, when Louisiana was purchased from France. Louisiana of that day embraced a vast undetermined area stretching west from the Mississippi river to the Continental Divide. Lewis and Clark were the first white men to explore what is now Montana. In succession came fur traders, missionaries, buffalo hunters, river navigators, storekeepers, educators, miners, cattlemen, sheepmen, settlers, and industrialists. With arrival of railroad lines in the '80's hundreds of new communities dotted the mop; settlers poured into the new land of opportunity. In 1889, Montana acquired statehood — and today enjoys a place in the sun of equal importance with the other great states of the Union. More than 100,000 boys and girls now attending Montana schools and colleges, will, in the not too distant future have the opportunity of promoting and building a Greater Montana, as they engage in businesses, in professions, in agricultural or industrial pursuits, or in skilled trades or in public service. Our pioneers laid the foundation for a great state. The future of Montana is unlimited. The opportunities of the youngsters of today — good citizens of tomorrow — also arc unlimited. Anaconda Copper Mining Co. 202City Dye Works "Dry Cleaning That Satisfies" Phone 185 BOZEMAN, MONTANA Missoula Spurs Visit Gallatin Laundry Semitone Dry Cleaners PHONE 79 203 Roecher’s Drug Co. Prescriptions A Specialty BOZEMAN, MONTANA The Bozeman Courier "Since 1869" FOR QUALITY PRINTINGFlowers... at their best Langohr’s Flower Shop 10 Eost Main Phone 95 We Carry Well Known Brands HART SCHAFFNER MARX CLOTHES STETSON AND DOBBS HATS FLORSHEIM SHOES ARROW SHIRTS ARROW AND BOTANY TIES INTERWOVEN SOX ROWLE’S Eagle Cleaners "We Dye to Satisfy" PHONE 233 CLOTHES OF CHARACTER FOR THE WOMAN WHO CARES • BRATEN’S "Dress for Less" QUICK AND EFFICIENT FOUNTAIN SERVICE RICHARDSON’S FINE JEWELERY — EXPERT WORKMANSHIP "Efficiency Always" DURAND’S A C. DURAND Swiss Watchmaker 3 East Moin Phone 794-J 204"Dine with Doug" at Doug’s Grill Bozeman's Leading Cafe THE HUB Cresop McCracken BOZEMAN, MONTANA • "For Better Men's Wear" GALLATIN DRUG CO. The Prescription Store BOZEMAN, MONTANA 41 East Main Phone 110 205Compliments FRANKLIN’S Compliments Monarch Lumber Company Compliments ALEXANDER ART CO. Compliments THE SPORT SHOP 206Mr. Good helps Dinty register. . . Intermission time ot the Ski Club donee . . . Woltz teom . . . Marjorie, Jeon, Lido, Sue, ond Candy — candidates for Pi K A Dream Girl . . . "Hi, Mitzi," . . . Sleeping in lab? . . . They really should be working — but this is so much fun . . . Foreign dance at the Variety Show . . . Backstage with Penwell. 207Acknowledgements This page is an essentiol one, for the people mentioned on it were essentiol to the publication of the 1946 Montanan. They are all folks who showed a lot of patience, for that was what the book needed this year. First of all, Al Salisbury of Art Craft Engraving Company helped design the book and gove advice about yearbook procedures, remaining unperturbed when we increased the size of the Montanan and the enrollment increased. Bertil Linfield deserves a whole page of praise for his help and interest in the mounting of the panels, telling us how to do the job and donating a room in his studio for the work. Schlecten's studio was especially cooperative in working with the Montanan staff, and Fred Schlecten was particularly called upon to show patience with taking pictures of the campus organizations. Our thanks to the Gateway Printers, Inc., and Mr. Milton England and Harold M. Sainsbury, who procured the 100 pound paper upon which they printed the book. Thank you, students and faculty members of Montana State for your cooperation ond support without which no book can be a success. PATTY REND, Editor of the 1946 Montanan 208Index A Advertising............................. 196 Agricultural Club........................186 Alpha Chi Sigmo 182 Alpha Gamma Delta 120-121 Alpha Gamma Rho 134-135 Alpha Lambda Delta 180 Alpha Omicron Pi 122-123 Alpha Psi Omega 182 Alpha Tou Delta 183 Alumni 4-H Club. 186 Architectural Club...................... 188 Art Club 189 Associated Women Students ............... 25 Athletics 95-112 B Band 73 Basketball............................95-103 Board of Publications ................... 26 C Campus Committees .....................26-27 Cheerleaders ............................107 Canterbury Club......................... 192 Chorus 73 Chi Omega 124-125 Civil Engineers..........................187 Clubs 186-192 D Dances 88-94 Delta Phi Delta......................... 183 Drama................................. 74-75 E Electrical Engineers.................... 187 Electrons.. 185 Exponent.............................. 78-79 F Faculty 15-22 Fangs.... 179 Football.............................104-105 F reshmen..............................52-64 H Hamilton Hall........................... 132 High School Week 195 Home Economics Club......................189 Honorories 178-185 I Independents ........................... 146 Inter-froternity Council............... 1 19 Intramural Sports....................... 112 J Juniors ........ K Kappa Delta 126-127 Kappa Sigma ...................... 136-137 L Lambda Chi Alpha 138 Les Bouffons 181 M M Club 107 M Day 91 Mechanical Engineers.................. 188 Military 70 Montanan ............................80-81 Mortar Board 178 N Newman Club............................192 Nurses' Club 190 Nursing 147-173 O Orchestra 73 P Ponhellenic Councils...................118 Phi Eta Sigma 180 Phi Kappa Phi 181 Phi Sigma Kappa 139 Phi Sigma 184 Phi Upsilon Omicron .................. 184 Pi Beta Phi 128-129 Pi Kappa Alpha 140-141 President Renne ....................... 16 Q Queens 82-90 S Secretarial Club ......................190 Seniors 30-39 Septemviri 178 Sigma Alpho Epsilon 142-143 Sigma Chi 144-145 Sophomores 45-51 Sportonians 109 Spurs 179 Student Senate 24 V Veterans'Club 191 V.E. Day 193 W Wesleyan Foundation....................191 Women's Athletics 108-109 Women's Cooperative ..............130-131 Women's Day 194 209 40-44Student lodex Aoker. Rolph....... Aokus. Al.......... Ado mi, Robert .... Adomson. Morilou.. Aiken. Ernest...... Aikms, Ann ........ Akenson, Fronccs Aik.re. Roy........ Ailing, Marilyn. .. Anderson, Joon Anderson, Glodys Anderson. Herbert Anderson. John Anderson, Morgo'et Anderson. Robert Anderson. Ruth Anderson, Shirley Angvick, Lars______ Annin, Mark. Ansooch. Robert Antonrch. Virgil Arneson. Elmor Ashby. Shirley ... Austin. Nancy Boor son, Borbcro Boorson, Mory Boi ley, Riehord ___ Bokh, Robert.. Bortknechf. Jomes Boringer. Morceime Borker. Dorothy K. Barnes. John....... Bortells. John....... Bortlctt. John...... Botch. Rachel. Batemon. Robert...... Botes. Mortin ....... Botey. Evo.......... Both, Betty......... Beatty. Beniomm 53. 145 Bullock. Don Bundy. Elsie Ul 54. 189 .....42 Bunnell. Borbcro... .46, 138 54. 129. 189 Burley, Wilson 54 42; 131 -ii-.-iv'fl Bush. Russell Butler, Dorothy 137 54 64, 125. 132 S3. 121. 132 . 42, 81. 118.123 C 145 46. 145 Code. Betty ... 54 53. 131, 183 46. US. 179. 180 S3 127. 132 31. 121, 184 S3, 141 ...US 42. U8 188 ■ 42. US. 181 2. 129. 183. 189 ..... 53.U3 46 129 42.127 58, 123 132 110 26 42. 119. 135. 179 53, US ................. 46 .........53,83. 123 .............46, 143 53, 143 ................53 53. 123. 132 180 ......... 46. 145 ..........53. 137 .............53 53 118. 125. 189 „ .. „ . 46,110 Beatty. Bruce....................... 24. 42. U6 Beers. 8arbcra ■ Belmok, Chcrlcs Belshow. Judy_____ Beniomm, A leva Bequettc. John ... Berg, Sigvold ..... Bevons, Alice Biostoch. Williom Bickford, Robert 8ieber. Groce ..... Birkclond, Borbora Blozmo. Emil ...... Blonkenhorn, John Blcnkner, Louis.... Blcnkncr, Robert Bliler, Linda ..... Blmdouer, Horion Blodgett. Robert .. Blondet. Jconne_____ Bohn, Alberto...... Boid, Virginio..... Boiler. Helen 46 121. 179 180 .............. 96. 101. 143 53. 129 45, 46 125 179. 183. 190 ........................53 46. I 79 53 121 42. 187 S3 31. 81. 123 53.118.129.132 24. 27. 40. 42 107, 119, 137 ................. US 42. 138 53.135 53,121.132 ........42 96 100, 139 ...........46 S3 121 42, 83. 123 46. HO. 123 8oiier. Ruth..........53.123.132 Bolmier, Corol........................ 53. 132 Booher. Mitzi..................... 31, 109. 31 Boothe. Bloine.............. -53. IM Bottom ley, Helen.. . ........... 46. 125. 188 Bourdet. Gene............................. M43 Bowden, Joy ......................46. 125. 180 Boyce. 6rson Boyce, Joy....... Boyce. Wm........ Boyd, Robert_____ Boyington. Joyce. Boy Ion. Helen... Bromord. Lee ____ Bratton. Jone 53, 135 “ ul l‘s 10. U3. 179 S3 131. 188 54. 123. 132 US 24. 25. 42 .46. oraiion. jane...... 7 .7 , Brotton. Ed.. 24 30. 31. U6. 178, 185. 186 Brozicl. Kenneth 31 Broziel, Morvel .. Brewer. Robert 31, 121,183. 189 Brogan, Patricio_____ Brolin, Wm........... Brown, K. C......... Brown, Roy ........ Bruce. Amto ......... Bruce. D. J.......... Srunsvold, Norris ... Buck house. Helen . Budd, Felix ......... 42 184 54 107. 137 ------54 U5, 188 42 138 46. 123. 179. IM 46. 81. 135 46 46. 121. 179 Callan. Dorothy..... Comeron. Bill ...... Callow. Lois........; Compbell. Constance Campbell. Shirley ... Cantrell, Dorothy ... Canty. John ........ Corey. Mory ........J Car’.son, Horvcy..... i Cor Ison. Richard...! Corter, Arthur....... Corver, John......... Caseoden. Mormon .. Coshmorc. Jock....... Coss. Lois........... Catron, Irma......... Chopman, Evonne H. Chopmon, Potricio.... Chemedrow, Georgia Chenkovich. Robert .. Chilcotc. W.lbur..... Chrcstensen. Jomce.. Cigliono. Roy ....... Ckdouhos. Pete....... Clark, Barbara Clork. CkJirO.......j Clark, Leslie....... Clork. Robert........ Cles. Hollie ........ Clokc. Norma......... Clydesdale. Lu....... Cocknll, Mork........ Cotfmon, Laura .... Cole. Betty.......... Cole. Shirley........ Colemon. Rosalie...... Collins. Bert ....... Collins. Jerry.......I Conrad. Peogy ....... Connellev. Noroh...... Connolly. Walter .... Cooke, Robert........ Coombs. Eugene........ Cooper. Scott........ Cooper, Joyce......... Cooper, Lawrence .... Coovcr, Do'rcll...... Cornish, John......... Cornish, Robert ..... Corngon, Dorothy----- Cosgriffe. Riehord Cowger. Helen ....... Cox, Ernestine....... Cronston, Leila L.... Crone. Beverly....... Crouse, Lester....... Crowley. Rosonne — Cruttcndcn, Margorct Cummings. Hubert .......127 ......1..........138 ...... 46 .................... 54 54 125 .....42.129 ....42. 137 ..54, 127, 132 ;......42 ...US .............46 .....................135 .... .. 42 .....96,101 54.87. 118. 121. 132.189 .....................131 ............... 42. 121 ................. ....54 .................54, us ................ 42. 182 '.".""'.46; 107, 129. 180 . .54. 188 ............... .....137 ............ ...54. 132 ..... ........54 . . .'.'.'.'.42, 107. 135 .......46. U3 ................. ....54 "54.i'l8.'l 27. 132 3’-’S3 !!i .185 • ;;;.54,121 .................. ..127 54. 86,123, 132. j89 ;;;;;;;;;;;;:ui “vkftKjfj 54. U5 54. no. U5; J86 46. i!fti j? 46. Ul 54 ,55, 189 31. 123 .55. 132 ...46. M3 31 129 55. 129 46. US Dohtbcrg, Elmer......... Dohl, Eldon............. Dovey. LcRoy............ Davidson, Joan... Davidson, Potricio Dovis. Condoce........ Davis. Hubert..... Dovis, Poulme........ Davis. Robert...... Dovis. Roberto...... Davison. Donald......... Day. Ralph.......... Doy. Ted........... Decco. Leonard.......... Docker. Chester......... DeKoy. Betty ........... DePuy, Betty............ DeRooy. Felix .......... DeTononcour, Boyd....27, Devcny, John ...................55 .................. 55 -42. 185 .. w 55- 121 32 55. 84. 129. 132. 189 .......55 ...........121 55, 129.' 132. 189 ..... 46. 135 .............U5 ...........145 ................... .................. ....55. 123. 132. 189 ................ 132 -...............138 96, 100, 107. 143 ................145 Dido, Robert............................... 139 Ditto, Jerry .................................55 Doblcr, Ruth ...............24. 26. 42. 121. 184 Do Ion, Thomas .....................42. 119, 145 Dok, Beth................................. .47 Doll, Dorothea ..............................55 Dolliver, Jeanne.............................47, 125 Dorset. Jeon.................................55. 125 Dow, W.lbur.................................55 Dow, Kenneth.............................143 Draper, Arnold..................27. 47, 146. IS’ Driscoll. Morion...............55. 121. 132, 189 Drum, John........................ .42. 137, 187 Drummond. Jomes..............................135 Drysdole. Dooglos........................-■-■55, 143 Dundos. Marjorie..................... 47.121.190 Dyer. Robert ..................... 42. 137. 179 Eogle. Walter ...........................55. 110 Eokmon. Betty............................ 27.42. 146 Early, Patricia..............................43. 125 Coton. Mory .............................55. 125 Eby. Allen ..............................55. 45 Eck, Betty Lou...............................55, 123 Eck. Edward .......................55. 110. 37 Ecton, Zoks ........................47, 143. 179 Edwords, Robert..............................J37 Ehleoburo. Mildred ......................--- 55. 27 E.k, Betty.........................47, 129. 189 Ell.s. Edward......................55. 138. 182 Ellis. Wm.....................................43 Ellsworth. Eleonor.............................« Engstrom. Sidney................... 55. 110. M3 Erb. Alice __________ Ernst. Gene ......... Erpeldmg ............ Espelond. Mortin ... Evans, Marilyn...... Evons. Vi©lo........ Evens. Floyd........ 55. 127 55. 135 43. 18-- ......47 47. 131 55. 132 ......55 47 Fogon. Dick.............. Forrond. Riehord. ........ Forrond. Weston ....... Forrell, Myrno........... Forrington, Beverly....... Fiolko. Ardean............ Finch. Eleonor........... Finch, Helen J.................... Fmke. Robert .................... Fisk. Donald..................... Fisk. Merlin......... Fishboek, Fronk................... Flo nogen, Phyllis............... Fisher. Roknd................. Foote. Horold .......... — Forgy. Soro J..................... Fouse. Elouse..................... Fox, Phyllia ........-............ Frogetius. Thomas ................ Fronklin. Blanche........-....... Fronklm, Jerry..... ...... FronkoviCh, Dorothy............... Fronkovkh, John ............. Fronzen. Groce .................. Frover, Jconne....... ...... Frozer, Marjorie................ Frozer, Selmo L.. Freeser. Jeon.................--- Frey. Barbara..................50, FroeMts, Roymond.................. Fry. Betty ....................... Funk. Joon........................ ............32 .....55. 137 ....137, 187 ............56 .....56. 129 81. 179. 188 ..56. 137 .32. 125. 184 .....56, 141 ...........47 ..........137 ............56 56 ......141 .....32. 182 .56. 129. 132 .47. 125. 189 ......47, 127 ....145, 187 ..47,81, 123 ...........56 .....56. 127 .........141 56.87. 129 .....56, 121 ...47, 123 .....32. 121 .....56. 131 129. 132. 189 ......56. 137 .....47. 125 47, 110, 123 Games, Jock........ ................ Gomes. Janice . 43,80 Gogner. Belly...........................56 Galloway. Bonnie.......47. 74. 86. 127, 183 Galt, Lais.......................... 54 Galt, Pot................56. 118. 129, 132 Galitcr. Marion..... ...........32, I8i Garnett. Edword........................5 Garnett. Robert.........................47 Gorrord, Dorothy.......................56, 129 Gates. Louis............................. Govm. Borbora ............................ Gcorhcort. Ned........................... Gcory. Potricio.............24, 25, 43, 121 George, Betty............................ Georoe, Jean............................. Germerood, Betty ....24.32,85. 118. 129 183 5 125 132 189 132 189 184 145 145 132 137 .47 ..43 192 ..56 .43 178. 189 210Geurkmk, Morion 56, 132 47 121 179 Giblcr, John ... 32. 185 47 56 47. 123 47. 180. 185 56 14! Giroux, Wm Gleoson. Moriorie 56, 141 47, 129. 179 47. 145 47 56. 143 43.119.138.179 56 56 56. 121 135 43 119 137. 179 32. 118 125 32. IF Grcenwell, Lee Gronbcrg. Richard ... 25, 110. U5 .56. 14 143 Guov. Maurice 43. 119. 143, 179. 181, 187 47. 145. Gustofson. Raymond. .... 57, 110. 4’ 43, 109 123 H 32 43, 12’ Hoglund, Beatrice— Hoglursd. Elizobeth Hoglund. Phillip. . 3 47. 129 43. 135 47. U3 Honsen. John Honsen Robert Hansen. Rose C. Hanson. Normon Morrison, Beverly 47. 145. 187 33,107.178 30- ?eV ...57. 125 ...57, 118. I’ Mori. Bruce Hamemon, Dean $7 ..... 13 Hc-cJo. George 43. 180. 187 ttcrvrferson, Robert... Henderson, Richard.. Herrin, George Herrin, Wayne. Hiborger. Shirley — i 10, 143 ..143 .... -- | 4 48 125. 179 48 145. 1.92 33 81,86, 1 13-Jf’L . 57, 131 u3!?? 135 Hoffman, Betty— Hoffman, Kathryn... 24-M if! 57 143. me w i : i Hoover, Jock Hoolc, Mcnlyn :.2i: 31:33; Hoskms, Jomes 4B’ 1 In' 143 43 M3. W9 Howard. Raymond.. ...57.129 48.109.127 Huiiengo, Herman.. 57 ••••••• Humphries, Kennuth Hunter. Theodore .57; Ml Hunt. John...... ... Hurtt Elliott Hurwitz. Donold . Itoh, Robert ... Jock van. Bunny Jotkson Monford Joe obi. Beuteh JOCOb . Morgoref Jocelyn, Horry Jemos Lcwrcnce Jeekin . John Jefferson. Theodore. Jelrnck. Pot. Jenm. Floyd Jensen. Anno Jensen. LO'S... Johnson. Alice Johnson. C. Hubert Johnson. Eorl . Johnson. Hans Johnson. Rooc' Johnston. Harry Johnson. Jule. Johnson. Robcc. C Johnson, Robert A Johnston. Robert.... jondrow, Dovid .... Jones. Fronklm . ...................57 ............110. 188 ...................57 ...................57 ....57, 125 .................135 .........48 ......43 48. 145. 188 ...................58 .......5J» ......48 .........58, 132. 189 58. 141. 180. 186 33. 131. 184 .............58. 127 ..............48. 121 ...58. 145 ....58. 143 ...........58 .....137 .............137 53. 118, 123. 13? ...58. 143 •...............48 .............58, 137 ..............58. 145 .......58 Kofko. George ------- Koltotic. Andrew ... Koisler. Som......... Hone. Elizabeth Kento. Helen Kotky. MorjO 4....... Koimon, Jerry....... Kovcncugh, Potnoa Keating, Vivien..... Keller, Vernon Kelly. Betty Kelly. Shirley'...... Kenneolty. Thomos Kennedy, Wilmo .... Kiefer, Jemes Kiefer, Gordon Kilpotrick. Henry---- King, B J. King. Joseph King. Wilmo King, Wo I lore Kinney. Howard....... Kirschcr, Fred....... Ktoft. Lester Klmglcr, Bernice Knebel. Eorl......... Kncscl. Oorothy Knutson. Jeon Kodolen, Myrno Koen.g, Florence Kogo. Mickey Koppang, Spencer Kotkin. Gornet Kroll. Chorles ...... Kromary Kaye Krom, Borbero Kuccro. Morii ------- Kurtz, Groce Kurtz. Marion Lobrie, Robert Lommers, Horold ... Lompen, Josephine Lane, Beryl Larvgcl. Audrey lengsfon. Philip.... Lansing, Billie I arson. Robert...... LoSollc, Conrod ____ Lawrence, Louise ... Leo, Edward.........J Leo, Frances.... Lee. Edwin ......... i.efdohl, Donno .... Lcnham. Jean ....... Iconhardy, Mary .. Lerwill, Gwendolyn . Lottingo, Robert____ Lewis, Raymond .... Lien. Edword ....... Lillcgard, Robert Lindgren, Leonard Lindner, Mory Jane Linficld, Margaret . Litflc, Dick........ Litzenbcrger. Hoze Liquin, Robert.... Lloyd, Jeon........ Loch Betty Jean . Lotted, Lida...... Long. Jess c...... Lord I. Williom ... Lott, Dawes......... 58 9 + , .145 ! " 48. 81.' no. 123. IW 48. 84. 127. 179. 183! 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