Montana State University Bozeman - Montanan Yearbook (Bozeman, MT)
- Class of 1947
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The year 1946-47 will be remembered perhaps more than anything
else for the political machinations it witnessed. No longer were
newspaper headlines concerned with battles of muscle and machine,
but with battles of words and conference tables. Man, after prov-
ing to himself the ultimate folly of resolving his differences by
force, had at last begun to put his powers of reason, the powers
which distinguish man from the rest of Earth's creatures, to the
use for which they were intended.
It is, therefore, with a sense of responsibility that we dedicate this
book to the government of the United States, a government which,
in spite of all the imperfections existing under it, still provides its
citizens with the greatest measure of freedom, security, material
comfort and opportunity yet available on this globe. We hope
hereby to add our small voice to the rising murmur of men striving
Taking full advantage of the provisions made by our
Congress and national government, Montana and the
Montana State College have met the challenge offered
by the mass return from far and near of those who,
without thought to their own future, answered the call
to arms when our very existence as a nation was in the
Montana takes great pride in the war record of her
sons and daughters. It is clearly indicated by the record
enrollment of veterans at Montana State College the
past year and by the fine scholastic goals achieved that
they in turn are appreciative of the opportunities made
available to renew their educational aspirations so sum-
marily halted by war,
SAM C. FORD,
Governor of the State of Montana
MORRELL HALL, familiarly known as the Ag building and center
of Monicna agriculture.
HARRINGTON POND, rich in summer beauty.
Venerable MONTANA HALL, Main Hall to most of us.
Dressed up for winter.
At the close of a busy day
These doors open to food, drink and relaxation.
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'IAMILTON HALL. The characters of freshmen women
are molded for their college career.
GYM. Where muscles and music hold sway.
HERRICK HALL. The home of smudged canvasses and
Homes or bust.
Constructed as, looks like, and is-a place to sleep.
lnside or out, it's still a Quonset hut
People live in those things.
a . .mM1ws,.vall
Go ahead, just try and relax
Who's this guy Hoyle?
Just a coke, please.
Dozier at work.
Art and mother nature.
Who said class isn't fun
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R. R. RENNE
President R. R. Renne, who, during the
past nine months, has guided Montana
State College through a hectic period of
transition smoothly and efficiently, can be justly proud of his
Veteran's Administration Office
H. G. KLEMME
Dean of Men
To H. G. Klemme, Dean of Men, this
year fell the job of housing an un-
precedented number of male students,
nearly twice any previous enrollment.
With the same ease and thoroughness
with which he assumes all tasks, the
job was completed in record time. A
Doctor of Divinity, Dean Klemme
moves many college audiences with
his stirring oratory.
ETHELYN C. HARRISON
Dean of Women
Dean Harrison, Whose job it is to
solve the problems confronting the
women students, gives freely of sym-
pathy and advice, and helps develop
personality and character sr' that they
may take their place in sociegv. is a
prominent and beloved figure at
Montana State. Like other admin-
istrators, her job this year was in-
DEAN CLYDE McKEE
The School of Agriculture is headed by
Dean Clyde McKee, a straight-forward,
and hard-working graduate of Kansas
State College, ln his work, he must do
teaching and research, as Well as carry
out the duties of deanship.
J. A. NELSON
R. H. PALMER
F. M. HARRINGTON
A. H. POST
F. S. WILLSON
O. W. MONSON
DEAN KATHARINE ROY
New Dean of Household and Industrial
Arts and Head of the Home Economics
department, is Dr. Katharine Roy who
came to Montana State in January 1946
from Kansas State College at Manhat-
tan. Dean Roy replaces Dr. Gladys
Branegan, Who resigned to become
Dean of Home Economics at Ohio State
University, Dean Roy's special interest
is child development and care, but her
friendships extend to her students and
staff, With Whom she is immensely
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J. W. BLANKENHORN
Head of the Secretarial department is Mr. J. W. Blankenhorn,
His department proudly occupies the newest classroom
quarters on the campus, in the Student Union. Mr. Blank-
enhorn is very popular with his students.
OLGA ROSS HANNON
Mrs. Olga Ross Hannon, head of the department of Applied
Art, is an artist of considerable accomplishment herself.
Several examples of her work are on display in various
DR. JESSIE RICHARDSON
The Home Economics Research Department is under the
leadership of Dr. Jessie Richardson, one of the campus's more
Well-known figures. The results of her department's research
benefit the entire state,
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ROBERTS HALL W
li. VJ. SCHILLING
Dr. ll. VJ. Schilling, Dean of the Division of Engineering and
head of the Department of Electrical Engineering. is one of the
college's and state's most outstanding figures. Author of
numerous technical papers and member of many high honorary
societies, Dean Schilling has admirably carried out the duties of
his position since the retirement of Dean Emeritus W. M. Cob-
leigh in 1942.
M. R. sooo , '
Indus trial Engineering
E. R, DODGE
A. J. M. JOHNSON
H. C. CI-IEEVER
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DR. F. B. COTNER
The Division of Science has as its cap-
able and popular leader Dr. F. B. Cot-
ner, member of the Montana State
teaching staff for several years. This
year Dr. Cotner took leave of absence
to accept a call to Japan to do research
work there. Now returned, Dr. Cot-
ner has resumed his leadership of the
DR. H. B. MILLS
Zoology and Entomology
P. C. GAINES
Vice President of College
DR. JOHN W. HURST
Health and Physical Education
J. H. PEPPER
Zoology and Entomology
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MRS. SARAH VINKE
The English department, recently tre-
mendously expanded with the addition
of freshman English to all curricula, is
under the able leadership of Mrs. Sarah
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DR. M. G. BURLINGAME
The college history department, also re-
ceiving additional emphasis because of
the increase in enrollment in non-tech-
nical subjects, is proud of its head, Dr.
M. G. Burlingame.
DR. H. S. CANNON
The department of Modern Languages,
including German, Spanish, French, and
Russian, has long been under the able
direction of Dr. H. S. Cannon, a gradu-
ate of Johns Hopkins university and the
University of Heidelberg,
MISS LEORA HAPNER
Head of the department of Psychology
and Education is Miss Leora Hapner,
for many years one of Montana State's
most familiar and well-liked figures.
R. E. CAMERON
Head of the college's Institutional and
Field Service is Mr. R. E. Cameron
whose department has charge of campus
public relations and alumni contacts.
R. B. TOOTELL
The extension service, which coordi-
nates and directs work of Montana's
county extension service as well as doing
research in this field, is headed by Mr.
R. B. Tootell.
EDWIN HOWARD, JR.
Keeper of the students' books is Mr, Ed
Howard, Student Accountant and head
of the bookstore. Mr. Howard handles
accounts of all student organizations, a
LOUIS G. TRUE
The Publications department is headed
by Mr. Louis True, commonly known
as "Louie." It is Mr. Truels job to
publicize MSC and supervise the campus
XV. H. MCCALI,
Cienial and harried college registrar is Mr. W. H.
McCall whose office in Montana Hall is a mecca for
those seeking advice and information. Mr, McCall
is always ready with a little wit and the right answer.
MRS, l-OIS PAYSON
Hindered by lack of space and funds, the job of li-
brarian, which has long been held by Mrs. Lois
Payson, is not an easy one. Mrs, Payson, however,
has made the most of her material and provided the
college with an adequate library service.
The tremendous job of keeping the college books
falls to Mr. Bernard Copping, Treasurer. Mr. Cop-
ping's job has further been complicated by the vet-
erans' education provisions, but he has managed ad-
bi i ion
DR. HOWARD WELCH
The Veterinary Department is ably directed by Dr.
Howard Welch Whose job it is to keep healthy all
the campus livestock and to dispense advice and in-
formation of interest and benefit to local agricul-
New director of the Student Health Service is Dr.
Carl Hammer. Dr, Hammer's job, a most difficult
one, is keeping the students healthy and caring for
them, without charge, when and if they do become ill,
With freshmen Women in the game room, a bulging
Coffee Shop, and an over-sized cafeteria in the ball-
room, Miss Mildred Leigh had her hands full this
year maintaining a semblance of order in the Student
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President of Associated Students
BACK ROW-Huffman, Lee, Lynch. DeTonancour, Dougherty, Neuman. Anspach, Miller, Beatty, Brolin
MIDDLE ROW-Balch, Lyons, Blazina, Guay, Marfiuis.
FRONT ROW-Anderson, Geary, Dobler, McDonald.
NOT PICTURED-Cameron, Cornish, Strickfaden. Peterson, Gordon. Stenmurk. Beers.
No Bilbos here . . . a Claghorn or two, maybe . . . all bigshots, BTO's,
BlVlOC's and big-dealers . . . but necessary . . . little boys and girls who
don't behave themselves have to have somebody look after them . . . that's
the Student Senate, son . . . in fact, they even look after you if you do
behave yourself . , . they listen to all sob-stories . . . and if things get dull,
they sob out a few of their own . . . this is life?
BACK ROW-Dolan, Gaines, Hollands, Butler, Henderson.
FRONT ROW-Ray, Barnes, Hawksworth, Hughes.
No, not that kind of relations . . . not THAT kind, either . , . this is sort of
a junior NLRB . . . tNhat's National Labor Relations Board . , , not that anyone If
here has anything to do with labor in any form . . . but if you don't like your
teacher, you tell it to these people . , after you graduate, that is.
W No, not Autumn, Vvlinter, Spring . . . Associated Women Students . . . girls,
' ' . every one of them . . , they plan for XVomen's Day and keep feminine affairs
cooking on the front burner . . . no, there isn't any Associated Men Students
. . . men students associate with Women students . , , which is another thing
the AWS looks after , . . these things can be carried too far.
BACK ROWASugimoto. Stenmark. Beers, Hughes, Kelly.
FRONT ROW-Guth. Geary. Burke, Kasky.
Yn ter raternity
They try to keep it clean , . . with some
success, too . . . just goes to show you,
if one frat can get along with another,
Russia can do it, too . , . get along with
the rest of the world, that is . . . these
men do much to further inter-Greek
amity on the campus, as the compara-
tively stable state of affairs here indicates
. . . this is good.
BACK ROW-Strickfaden, Humphries, Thompson, Narkevic, O'Brien.
MIDDLE ROW-Balch, Boyd, Gordon.
FRONT ROW-Tietgen, Ryan, Dolan,
U BACK ROW-Haglund, Gilbert, Hughes, Lunday.
MIDDLE ROW-Oswald, Burke, Geary, Solberg.
FRONT R0W4Arneson, McDonald, Dobler.
Oh, boyf . , . not here, Mac . . . these are ladies . . . they try to see that
all their sisters are ladies, too . . . if you want to be a sorority girl twill
you get out of here, lVlac?j you have to do as they say . . . if you
already are a sorority girl, you still have to do as they say , . , every
year they get together for a feed and a good cry over everybody's new
fiances . , . ain't it Wonderful?
Student Union Koa:-d
So you want a textbook? . . .
tell you what l'm gonna do
. , . come back next month . . .
next year, even . . . if the build-
ing makes money, they don't get
it . . . but if the building doesn't
make money, they D0 get it
. . , guess Where , . . they also
have to see that the place keeps
clean and is used for the proper
purposes . . . no cinch, this . . .
give the kids a break.
Kvard of Pu6lica tivnA
LEFT TO RIGHT-Anderson, Huffman, Zilka, Anspach. White, Dobler.
NOT PICTURED-True, Guay.
BACK ROW-Peterson, Safely, Eck, Harrington.
FRONT ROW-Miller, Payson, Leigh.
lf you write anything naughty,
they see it doesn't get printed
, . . they try, anyway . . . except
for the Froshponent, they us-
ually succeed . . . the nastiest
word the older ones know is
Mjork . . . they also keep MSC
on the map with propaganda
and publicity . . . they try to as
far as possible see that no infin-
ities are split.
BACK ROW-Marmont, Hughes, Ransier, Lenham. Chrestensen. Murfitt.
FRONT ROWfR8S6H, Ray, Cruth.
Social 14 aim
A student-faculty committee W-ith a
student majority vote . . , theirs is
the last Word on campus social doings
or not-doings . . . what a busy
bunch they must be , . , Wonder
who checks up on their doings . . .
they look angelic though, don't they?
Triple threat girls . . . if you make a
pass, they can either kick or run . . .
or both . . . they shoot guns, bas-
kets, arrows, and birdies , . . they ski,
skate, dance, tumble, swim, hike, play
tennis, baseball, softball, badminton
and pingpong. . . man, they do every-
thing . . . everything? , . . and the
ones who do the mostest the bestest
get prizes . . . definitely a formidable
BACK ROW-Guay, Willson, Klemme, Lynch.
FRONT ROW-Dobler, Halcrow, Geary.
Are all these people seniors? . . . some of them are so young
and vice versa , . . college would give anyone gray hairs
but pretty soon their Worries are over . . . no more books
Just bills , . . life is so sad . . . only 25 per cent of a
freshman class graduates . . . encouraged? . . . well if these
mugs can do it, you can.
ADAMS, ROBERT GORDON-Valier. Montana. Mechanical En-
gineering. Independent-Alohas Amigos: Sec'y Student Branch
of A. S. M. E.
AIKINS. ANN GORDON-Billings. Montana. Pre-Medical. Chi
Omega: Phi Sigma. Pres.: Alpha Psi Omega: A. W. S.: Stand-
ard Committee: "Angel Street": "Skin of Our Teeth": trans-
ferred from Dawson County Junior College.
AKENSON. FRANCES B.-Roundup. Montana. Applied Science.
ALEXANDER. MARIE-Bozeman. Montana. Home Economics.
Home Ec Club: Waac's.
ANDERSON. GLADYS-Malta, Montana. Home Economics Edu-
cation. Alpha Omicron Pi. Rush Chairman 3, Vice-Pres. 4:
Home Ec Club 1. 2. 3. 4: W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4: Band 1: Fun-
landia 1: "Brass Halo": Alpha Psi Omega 3. 4: Inter-sorority
Sports 2. 3. 4: Panhellenic Council 3: Danforth Fellowship
Candidate 3: Montanan 1, 3. Editor 4: Board of Publications,
Sec'y 4: Student Senate 4: Who's Who in American Colleges 4.
ANNIN. MARK H.-Bozeman. Montana. Mechanical Engineering.
Sigma Chi: High School Week. Chairman of Open House
Committee: A. S. M. E. 2. 3: R. 0. T. C. 2: Basketball. Bob-
kittens 1: Intramural 1. 2. 3. 4: "King of the Hill" 3.
ANSPACH. ROBERT-Browning. Montana. Mechanical Engi-
ARNESON. ELINOR JEAN-Big Timber. Montana. Applied Art,
Pi Beta Phi. Pres. 4: Panhellenic Council 3. 4: Quad Board 3.
4: Art Club 1. 2, 3. 4, Sec'y-Treas. 4: Spurs. Spur of the Mo-
ment: Freshman Class Sec'y-Treas.: Pi Phi Cor. SeC'Y: Ex-
ponent Staff 1. 2. 3: Montanan Staff 1. 2. 3: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3:
World Student Service Committee: Freshman Week Committee:
High School Week Committee: Canterbury Club.
BAARSON. ROBERT E.-Helena. Montana. Chemical Engineer-
ing. Alpha Chi Sigma 2. 3. 4: Phi Sigma Kappa 1, 2. 3.
Vic-Pres. 4: A. I. Ch. E. 1. 2. 3. 4: Intramurals.
BAKER. GRAEME L.-Kalispell. Montana. Chemistry. Alphi Chi
Sigma: Septemviri: Phi Eta Sigma.
BALCH. ROBERT EUGENE-Cascade. Montana. Industrial En-
gineering. Alpha Gamma Rho. Pres. 3. 4: Freshman Class
Pres.: Intercollegiate Knights 2. 3. Treas. 3: Student Senate
1. 4: Interfraternity Council 3. 4. Vice-Pres. 4: Scabbard and
Blade: Student Union Board 3: Advanced R.O.T.C.: Intra-
murals 1. 2. 3. 4: Wrestling Team 3: S. A. M. 2. 3. 4: High
School Week 2. 3. Student Chairman 3: Les Bouffons: Sep-
temviri: Senior Class Pres.: Jr. Prom Committee 3: Montanan
2: Who's Who In American Colleges 4.
BARROW. GEORGE ALLISON-Chinook. Montana. Architecture.
BEATTY, BRUCE LLOYD-Billings. Montana. Industrial Engi-
neering. Associated Independent Students, Pres.: Fangs, Sec'Y:
Septemviri: S. A. M., Sec'y: School Table Tennis Champion 3:
Commissioner of Finance: Accountant High School Week 3.
BELDEN, CHESTER LOGAN-Livingston, Montana. Industrial
Engineering. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Concert Band 1, 2: Fangs:
S. A. M.: Exponent 2: Advanced R. O. T, C.
BICK, CHARLES FRED-Ronan, Montana. Dairy Production.
BLANK, BONNIE JEANNE-Mandan, N. D. ADI-Dlied Science.
BLAZINA, EMIL MATT-Anaconda, Montana. Mechanical En-
gineering. Kappa Sigma, Sec'y 2, Pres. 3: Commissioner of
Athletics 3: A,S., Vice-Pres. 4: Bobcat Basketball Team 2:
"M" Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, 4: Junior Prom Committee 3:
Vice-Pres. Junior Class 3: Intramural Sports 1. 2, 3, 4:
A. S. M. E. 4: Interfrat Council, Vice-Pres. 3.
BLENKNER, CHARLES LOUIS-Billings, Montana. Pre-Medical.
Lambda Chi: "What a Life": "Skin of Our Teeth" Interfra-
ternity Council 3, 4: Les Bouffons 3, 4: "The Male Animal" 4.
BOID, VIRGINIA L.-Helena. Montana, Home Economics. Alpha
Omicron Pi: Home Ec Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Council 2: A.W.S. 4:
W.A.A. 1, 2- 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2: High School Week 3: Junior
Prom Committee 3: Big-Little Sister Committee 2, 3: Mon-
tanan Staff 1, 2: Young Pepole's Fellowship.
BOOHER, MITZI ANNE-Toston, Montana. Botany and Bac-
BRANDELAND, HOWARD ALVERNE-Radcliffe, Iowa, Chemical
Engineering. A. I. Ch. E.: Alpha Chi Sigma: Lutheran Student
BRAWNER, HERBERT J.-Livingston, Montana. Mechanical En-
gineering. A. S. M. E.: Independents Association.
BRAZIEL, MRS. MARVEL M.-Billings, Montana. Applied Art.
Alpha Gamma Delta: Art Club. Vice-Pres. and Pres.: Delta
Phi Delta: Exponent Reporter: Mortar Board: Who's Who in
American Colleges and Universities: Chairman, Standards
Committee, 1946-47: Montanan Art Staff 4: W.A.A. 2.
BREBRICK, ROBERT FRANK-AnacOnda, Montana. Chemistry,
BRICKER, MARJORIE ELLEN-Great Falls. Montana. Nursing.
Nurses Club: Alpha Tau Delta: Delta Tau Kappa.
BROWN, FRANCES LEA-Valier, Montana. Chemistry.
BROWN. KENNETH RAYMOND-Valier, Montana. Electrical
Engineering. Lambda Chl Alpha.
BURKE, ELAINE-Bozeman, Montana, Secretarial. Chi Omega:
Secretarial Club: Spurs: Sec'y of Student Senate: Pres. of
Panhellenic Council: Pres, of Chi Omega: A.W.S.: W,A.A,
Council: Exponent Staff: Montanan Staff Inter-sorority
Sports: Montanan Queen 2, 3: Les Bouffons Queen 3.
BUTLER, ELMER DEAN-Bozeman, Montana. Industrial Engi-
neering. Sigma Chi: I-es Bouffons, Pres.: Scabbard and Blade,
Pres.: S.A.M.: Student-Faculty Relations Committee: Ad-
vanced R. O. T. C,: R. O. T. C. Club: Basketball 1: Intramural
Sports: Engineering Council 4.
CANTRELL. DOROTHY OLSEN-Dillon. Montana. Home Eco-
nomics. Pi Beta Phi: Aloha Tau Delta, Vice-Pres. 2: Nurses
Club: Home Ec Club: Riflery 2, Champion 2.
CANTRELL, HAROLD M.-Dillon, Montana. Electrical Engineer-
ing. Alpha Gamma Rho.
CARLSON, RICHARD N.-East Helena, Montana. Mechanical
Engineering. Sigma Chi: Exponent 2, 3: Froshponent Business
Manager: Montana Engineer 1, 2, Adv. Mgr. 3, Bus, Mgr. 4:
CARPENTER, HAROLD CLIFFORD-Richey, Montana. Chemical
CASCADEN, CHARLES LELAND-Dutton, Montana. Physical
Education. "M" Club": Intramurals: Varsity Football and
Basketball: Independent Club: High School Week.
CASCADEN, NORMAN DOUGLAS-Bozeman, Montana. Chem-
CHAPMAN, PATRICIA E.-Helena, Montana. Secretarial. Alpha
Gamma Delta: Secretarial Club: W, A. A.: Funlandia: Phi
Kappa Phi: Alpha Lambda Delta: Pi Omega Pl.
CILCOTE. WILBUR BYRON4Missoula, Montana. Chemistry.
CHRISTENSEN, ANN LOUISE-Hot Springs, South Dakota,
Bacteriology. Pi Sigma 3, 4: Orchestra 1: G. A. A. 1: Inde-
Dendent Club 3.
CHRISTOPHERSON, DORIS IRENEAKa1ispell, Montana. Nursing.
CRATER. THEODORE VINCENT-Spokane, Washington. Elec-
trical Engineering Club: Debate 1, 2: A. I. E. E. 4: Camera
Club 1, 2.
CORNISH, JOHN MERRELL-Hamilton. Montana. Secretarial.
Phi Sigma Kappa.
CRECELIUS, ROBERT L.-Plains, Montana. Chemical Engi-
DAI-IL, ELDON HAROLD-Bozeman, Montana. Sigma Alpha
DANIELS, CHARLES A.-Scobey, Montana. Industrial Engineer-
ing. S, A. M. 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2,
DANSKIN, ROBERT EUGENE-Cvlendive, Montana. Pre-Medical.
Wesleyan Fellowship 1. 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Or-
chestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Band: Montanan 3, 4: Septemviri 4.
DAVIDSON. DEAN CARL-Joliet, Montana. Agricultural Edu-
cation. Ag. Club: F. F. A.
DEROOY, FELIX JOSEPH-Vaughn, Montana. Mechanical En-
gineering. Lambda Chi Alpha: A. S. M. E. 3. 4: Newman Club
1, 2: Intramural Sports 1, 2: Advanced RO. T. C. 3.
DIXON. WALLACE JAMES-Billings, Montana. Chemical En-
DOBI-ER, RUTH EY-AINE-Helena, Montana. Bacteriology. Alpha
Gamma Delta: Chi Sigma: Student Senate 3. 4: Board of
Publication 3: Student-Faculty Social Committee 4: Editor of
Eicponent 4: Panhellenic Council 3. 4: Newman Club 1. 2. 3. 4:
W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 4: High School Week Committee 2: Bobcat
Band 2, 3. 4: Chorus, Ski Club, Camera Club 3, 4: Montanan
Staff 1, 3: Pep Club 4.
DOUGHERTY. CHARLES NELSON-Butte, Montana. Architec-
ture. Debate 2, 3, 4: Student Senate 4: Architects Club:
A. S. C. E.
DRUMMOND, JAMES-Anaconda, Montana. Animal Industry.
Alpha Gamma Rho: Ag. Club 1, 2. 3. 4, Treas. 3: Little Inter-
national 1. 2, 4, Manager 4: High School Week 3: Montanan
1, 2, 4: Intramurals 2, 4: Intercollegiate Wrestling 2,
DYER. ROBERT' JAMES. JR.-Augusta, Montana. Industrial
Engineering. Kappa Sigma.
EAKMAN, BETTY BUN-Great Falls. Montana. Horne Economics.
ELLIS, WILLIAM WESLEY-Havre, Montana. Chemistry.
EMERY. JEAN M.-Bozeman. Montana. Secretarial. Alpha Omi-
cron Pi: Alpha Lambda Delta: Spurs. Spur of the Moment:
Pi Omega Pi: Mortra Board: Phi Kappa Phi: Who's Who in
American Colleges: Women's Day. Chairman.
ERICKSON. RAYMOND LEROY-Libby. Montana. Chemistry.
Alpha Chi Sigma Septemviri: Rifle Team 1. 2.
ERPELDING. LAWRENCE F.-Forsyth. Montana. Agriculture.
FACEY, JOHN K.-Great Falls, Montana. Civil Engineering.
FAGENSTROM. RICHARD L.-Bozeman. Montana. Industrial
Engineering. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
FRAZER. KENNETH J,-Butte. Montana, Electrical Engineering.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
FRAZER. SELMA LEE-Hardin. Montana. Home Economics.
Alpha Gamma Delta.
GAINES. JANICE RAE--Bozeman. Montana. Applied Science.
Chi Omega: Phi Sigma: Alpha Lambda Delta: Spurs: Who's
Who in American Colleges: Phi Karma Phi: W. A. A.: Senior
Class Sponsor 4 Funlandia: Junior Prom Committee: Panhel-
lenic Council: World Student Service Fund: Froshponent: Ex-
ponent. Bus. Mgr. 3: Montanan 4: Local Education of National
Spur Magazine 2: Canterbury Club: Inter-sorority Athletics.
GEARY. PATRICIA EMERITA-Helmville. Montana. Secretarial.
Alpha Gamma Delta: Spurs: Funlandia: W. A. A. 1. 2. 4:
Treas. Secretarial Club 3: Spring Formal fSooh -Jr. Prom: 2:
Pres. Newman Club 3: Rec. Sec'y A. G. D. 3. 2nd Vice-Pres. 4:
Student Senate 3. 4: Commissioner of Student Union 3: Re-
ligious Emphasis Week 4: High School Week 1: Woman's Dav
Chairman 3: Vice-Pres. Panhellenic Council 4: Pres. Associated
Women 4: Social Committee 4: Who's Who 4.
GEORGE. JEAN NI.-BOZSITLRII. lVI01'1t8.I18. Home Economics.
GERMERAAD. BETTY J,-Billings. Montana. Applied Art. Pi
Beta Phi. Pres. 4: Secr. Club: Delta Phi Delta: Student-Faculty
Assembly Committee: Woman's Day Committees: High School
Week Committees: Quad Board: Montanan Staff Exponent
Staff W. A. A. Mortar Board: Quad B Pres. fFresh,l: .Alpha
Lambda Delta: Panhellenic Council: Snurs. Pres. and Jr. Soon-
sor: Grand Nat'l Spur Council of Spurs: A. W. S. Council:
Senate 2. 4. Vice-Pres, 4: "Who's Who": M. S. C. Delegate to
Pacific Northwest Peace Congress.
GIBLER. JOHN WESLEY-Choteau. Montana. Agronomy. Ag.
Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Alpha Zeta 4.
GTLCHRIST. NORMAN ARLIE-Miles City. Montana. Electrical
Engineering. Kappa Sigma: Montana Engineer 1. 2. 4: Mon-
tanan 2: Band 1. 2: A.I. E. E. 1. 2. 4: Intramurals 1. 2: High
School Week 1. 2.
GORDON. JOHN--Cascade. Montana. Agriculture Economics.
I-ambda Chi Alpha. Pres. 3. 4: Intercollegiate Knights 2. 3.
Pres. 3: Ag. Club 1. 2. 3: Student Book Store Board. Pres. 3:
Student Senate 3. 4: Interfraternity Council 3. 4. Sec'y 4:
Mikado 1: College and Field Service Council 4: Intramurals
1. 2. 3. 4: R. O. T. C. 3: High School Week Committee 2: Les
GRAMMENS. PAULYCuster. Montana. Agronomy. Kappa Sigma.
Veterans Club 1. 2. Sec'y 1: Newman Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Ag. Club
2. 3. 4. Vice-Pres. 2: Fangs 2: Interfraternity Council 3.
GREER. RAY F--Simms. Montana. Horticulture. Alpha Gamma
Rho: College Play 2: Ag. Club 1. 2. 4.
GUAY. MAURICE EUGENEQButte. Montana. Electrical Engi-
neering. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Sec'y 2. Vice Pres. 3: A. I. E. E.
3. 4: Les Bouffons 3. 4: Fangs 2. 3: Septemviri 4: Interfrat.
Council 2. 3: Student Senate 1. 2. 4: Freshman Class Pres.:
Sophomore Class Pres. Pres. A. S. M. S. C. 4: Who's Who 4:
Student Union Board: Newman Club 2: Intram. Sports 2. 3. 4.
GUTH, ELAINE-Wilsall. Montana. Physical Education. Biological
Science. Alpha Omicron Pi: Spartanians 3. 4: P. E. Majors
Club 2. 3. 4: W. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 4: W. A. A. Council 1. 2. 3, 4.
Pres, 4: A.W.S. Council 4: Volleyball. Basketball. Softball.
Tennis. Swimming. Badminton.
HAECKEL. BETTY ANNE-Bozeman. Montana. Home Economics.
Alpha Gamma Delta.
HAGLUND. PHILLIP GUSTAVUS-Watkins. Montana. Agricul-
ture. Ag. Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Alpha Zeta 3. 4: Alpha Gamma Rho.
HAHN. GILBERT FREDERICKfHelena. Montana. Architecture.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
HAUSEMAN, DEAN-Bozeman, Montana. Secretarial. Sigma Al-
HAWKSWORTH, THOMAS W.-Bozeman, Montana. Industrial
Engineering. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
HEDEGAARD, MARION T.-Savage, Montana. Animal Industry.
HEIDT, JACK WILLIAM-Helena, Montana. Electrical Engineer-
ing. Independents 1, 2, 3, 4: Lutheran Student Assn. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Pres. 3: Interchurch Council 2: Phi Eta Sigma 1, 2, 3, Pres.
2, Advisor 3: A. I. E. E. 3, 4. Sec'y 3, Treas. 4: Phi Kappa Phi
4: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Concert Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4.
HELEEN, MRS. ELAINE-POISOII, Montana, H0318 EC0l'l0IIl1CS.
HERZEL, HARRY A.-Bozeman. Montana. Chemical Engineering.
Alpha Chi Sigma 4: A. I. Ch. E. 1, 2, 3, 4.
HINTON, CLYDE B.-Poulsbo, Washington. Electrical Engineer-
ing. Sigma Chi: A. I, E. E: Intramural Softball: Marine Corps:
Montana School of Mines-Debate, Football, Baseball, Basket-
ball: Montana University-Dramatics: University of Colorado.
HIPPELY, PAUL R.-Livingston, Montana. Chemical Engineer-
ing, Kappa Sigma: Alpha Chi Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma: A.I.Ch.E
1, 2, 3. 4: Montanan 1, 3, 4: Exponent 4: Montana Engineer
HOWARD, RAYMOND H.-Bozeman, Montana. Kappa Sigma,
Vice-Pres. 3: Fangs 2, 3: High School Week 2, 3: Student
Senate 3: Student-Faculty Health Committee 4: Veterans
Housing Committee 4: Canterbury Club 2, 3.
HOWARD. STANLEY W,-Savage, Montana. Agriculture.
HOY. NORMA I.-Billings. Montana. Nursing.
HUFFMAN. HOWARD L.-Highwood, Montana. Industrial Engi-
neering. Concert Band 1, 2: S. A. M. 1, 2, 3, 4: Engineering
Council 3. 4: Editor, Montana Engineer 4: Board of Publica-
tions 4: Student Senate 4.
HURTT. LEON ELLIOTT-Missoula. Montana. Mechanical En-
gineering. Men's Co-op.
JACOBS, MARGARET VERONICA-Binford, N. D. Secretarial.
JOHNSON. ROBERT--Marmarth, N. D. Mechanical Engineering.
Alpha Pi Kappa Alpha.
KARLBERG, RALPH-Missoula, Montana. Architecture. Kappa
KEGEL, WESLEY VERNON-Turner, Montana. Animal Industry.
KINDSCHY, EMIL O.-Lewistown. Montana. Chemical Engineer-
ing. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: A.I.Ch.E. l, 2, 3. 4: Scabbard and
Blade 3, 4. Pres. 4: Phi Eta Sigma 1. 2: High School Week
1, 2, 3, 4: Board of Publications 4: Student Senate 4: Exponent
1, 2, 3, 4, Asst, Editor 4: Montana Engineer, Reporter 3:
Montanan Photographer 1, 2. Adv. Collector 3, Editor 4: Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4: Advanced R,O.T.C. Captain 4, Major 4.
KIRK. ROSEMARY CAROLYN-Bonners Ferry, Idaho. Inde-
pendent: Home Economics Club: Phi Upsilon Omicron: Veteran
Club: Twirling: Out-of-State Club.
KIRSCHER, FREDERICK JOSEPH-Townsend. Montana. Agri-
culture. Alpha Gamma Rho: Ag. Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Zeta,
Treas. 3: 4-H Alumni 1, 2: Little International 2, 4: High
School Week 3: Intramurals 3, 4.
KITTERMAN, DAVE C.-Bozeman, Montana, Agronomy.
KRINGS. FRED C.-Lewistown. Montana. Electrical Engineering.
Men's Cooperative House: A.I. E. E.: Phi Eta Sigma: Tau
Beta Phi: Phi Kappa Phi: Captain. Infantry.
LAMPEN. JOSEPHINE-Great Falls. Montana. Home Economcis.
LENHAM, JEAN-Bozeman. Montana. Home Economics. Insti-
tute Management. Alpha Omicron Pi: Ski Club 1. 2. 3, 4. Treas.
3. 4: Funlandia 1: Home Ec. Club 1. 2. 3. 4: W. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 4.
Council 4: High School Week 3: Woman's Day Committee 4:
Montanan 1. 2. 3. 4: Interchurch Council 3.
LILLIGARD. ROBERT JAMES-Stanford. Montana. Agriculture
Education. Alpha Gamma Rho.
LOFFEL. LIDA PEARL-Musselshell. Montana. Applied Science.
Chi Omega: Phi Sigma. Sec'y: W.A.A.: Gold Basketball
W. A. A.: Northern Montana College.
LOTT. HARRISON DAWES-Twin Bridges. Montana. Agricul-
LUNDBERG. WILLIAM D.-Billings. Montana. Industrial Engi-
neering. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: S.A. M.: Les Bouffons: Scab-
bard and Blade: Infantry.
LYDICK, HENRY WINTER-Helena. Montana. Electrical Engi-
neering. Sigma Chi.
Mac GOWAN. FRANCES RAE-Great Falls. Montana. Archi-
tecture. Independent: Arch. Club: Delta Phi Delta: Phi Kappa
Phi: Independent A. A.: Engineering Council: Beaux Arts:
Montana Engineer: Newman Club.
MARMONT. GYLA MARGARET-Shelby. Montana. Physical Edu-
cation. Health Education. Biological Science. Alpha Omicron
Pi: W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4: W.A.A. Council 1. 2. 3. 4. Vice Pres.
4. Sec'y 3: Alpha Psi Omega 2. 3. 4: Spartanians 3. 4. Pres. 4:
P. E. Majors Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Pres. 2: Camera Club 3. Sec'y 3:
Swimming. Basketball. Tennis. Badminton. Modern Dance:
Play Day 3. 4.
MASSING. ROBERT W.-Moulton. Montana. Mechanical En-
McBRIDE. THERESA MARIE-Butte. Montana. Home Economics.
McCRACKIN. FRANK L. ---- Drummond. Montana. Engineering
MCCULLOUGH. DAVID-Ashland. Montana. Civil Engineering.
MCDONALD. RUTH R.-Butte. Montana. Secretarial. Alpha
Omicron Pi. Pres. 4: Secretarial Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Spurs 2. Pref.
2: Junior Sponsor 3: Alpha Phi Omega 3. 4: Ski Club 1. 2. 3. 4.
Treas. 2: Mortar Board: Interfrat. Concil 3: Standards Comm.
4: High School Week Co-Chairman 3: Womarfs Day Comm. 2.
3: Exponent 1. 2. 3. Society Editor 2. Managing Editor 3:
Montanan 1. 2: Newman Club: Basketball. Volleyball. Basebali.
Swimming. Skiing. Tennis: W. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 4: A. W. S. Council
2. 3. Pres. 3: Jr. Panhellenic 1: Panhellenic Council 4: Student
Senate 2. 3. 4: "Who's Who" 3. 4: Soph. Class Sec'y 2: Junior
Prom 3: Jr. Class Steering Comm. 3: College Play 1. 2.
MCDONOUGH. JAMES ROBERT-Glendire. Montana. Electrical
MCKEEN. THOMAS BOYD---Bozeman. Montana. Industrial En-
MERCER. MARTHA ANN--Bozeman. Montana. Secretarial. Alpha
MILLER. DORIS RUTH-Sidney. Montana. Home Economics
Education. Alpha Omicron Pi: Home Ec. Club 1. 2. 3. 4. Treas.
4: W. A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4. Phi Upsilon Omicron 2, 3. 4. Officer 3. 4:
Alpha Lambda Delta: Danforth Fellowship Candidate 1. 3:
High School Week Committee 3: Funlandia 1: Basketball:
Montanan 4: Chorus 1, 2. 4.
MURAKAMI. AKIRA-Chicago. Illinois. Electrical Engineering.
Independent: A. I. E. E.: Montanan Photographer 1. 2. 3: Col-
lege Orchestra 1. 2. 3.
NERTNEY. ROBERT JAMES-Bozeman. Montana. Engineering
3: R. O. T. C.
2. 3. 4.
Physics. Camera Club 1. 2. 3: Band. Concert 1. 2.
Band 1. 2: Septemviri 4: Navy: Physics Club 1.
NEWMAN, ALBERT-Reed Point, Montana. Pre-Medical.
NORDEN, JAMES LOUIS-Bozeman, Montana. Animal Industry.
O'BRIEN. DAN JOSEPH-Butte. Montana. Electrical Engineering.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice-Pres. 4: Interfraternity Council 4:
A. I. E. E. Sec'y 4: Newman Club: Handball Doubles Champion
4: Signal Corps.
O'CONNELL, GLORIA MARGARET-Helena, Montana. Home
Economics. Institutional Management. Alpha Omicron Pi:
Home Ec. Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4: Phi Upsilon Omicron
3, 4, Officer 4: High School Week Committee 3: W. A. A. 1, 2,
3. 4: Montanan 3: Volleyball. Basketball. Softball.
OGLESBY. FRANCIS LORRAINEYMiles City. Montana. Home
Economics. Chi Omega: W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4: Home Ec. Club
1, 2, 3. 4: Exponent 1. 2. 3: Chorus 3, 4.
OMAN, GERALD EUGENE-Manhattan, Montana. Civil Engi-
ONKEN. CARLA ILSE-Silesia. Montana. Physical Education.
P. E. MaJor's Club: W.A.A.: Publicity Committee: Religious
Emphasis Week: Lutheran Students Association: Eastern
OSWALD. FRANCES GERTRUDE M.-Great Falls. Montana.
Bacteriology. Pres. Alpha Gamma Delta: Panhellenic Council:
Pres. Phi Sigma: Sec'y Spurs: W. A. A.: Mortar Board, Editor:
"Who's Who": High School Week Entertainment Comm.: Stu-
dent Rehabilitation Drive Comm : Chairman. Concert Comm.:
Chairman. A. W, S. Banquet Entertainment Comm.: Freshman
Week Assemlby Comm.: Canterbury Club Religious Group:
Athletics-Volleyball, Softball, Football: Funlandia.
PAHNISH, OTTO FLOYD - Dillon. Montana. Animal Industry.
PAROCK. WALTER M.-Great Falls, Montana. Engineering Phys-
ics. Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Engineering Council 4: Physics Club
3, 4. Pres. 4: Intramural Sports 2, 3.
PARSONS. ARTHUR C., JR.-Helena. Montana. Electrical Ei!-
gineering. Sigma Chi.
POPOVAC. DANIEL OBRENfButte. Montana. Chemical Engi-
neering. Alpha Chi Sigma: A. I. Ch. E.: Advanced R. O. T. C.
1942-43: Army 1943-46, Captain, Infantry
PRESCOTT. RICHARD HARRY-Bozeman, Montana. Electrical
Engineering. Men's Co-op.
RANSIER. THERESA COLLEEN-Hardin. Montana. Physical Ed-
ucation. Alpha Omicron Pi: Physical Education Malor's Club
1. 2, 3, 4: Spartanians 3, 4: W. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4: W. A. A. Council
3, 4: Basketball. Volleyball. Softball, Hiking. Archery, Swim-
ming. Modern Dance, Tennis, Badminton.
RASMUSSEN, ALBERT DEAN-Antelope, Montana. Agricultural
Education. Men's Co-op.
REIQUAM. C. WILLIAM-Collins, Montana. Pre-Medical. Phi
Sigma Kappa: Band 1: Wesley Foundation 1. 2: Chorus 3:
College 4-H 3: Concert Chorus 4.
REIQUAM, M. EILEEN--Collins. Montana. Home Economics.
Alpha Omicron Pi: Home Ec. Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Spurs 2: College
4-H 3, 4: W. A.A, 1, 2. 3. 4: Exponent l, 2: Woman's Day
Chairman 4: Phi Upsilon Omicron 2. 3, 4: Volleyball. Swim-
ming. Archery. Basketball,
ROACH, JAMES ROBERT4Chester. Montana. Chemistry. Pi
Kappa Alpha, Pres.: Les Bouffons: Septemviri: High School
ROBERTSON. JOHN C.-Bozeman. Montana. Chemical Engi-
neering. Alpha Chi Sigma: A. I. Ch. E.
ROBINSON, PATRICIA ANN-Lewistown. Montana. Home Eco-
nomics. Pi Beta Phi: Home Ec. Club. Program Chairman 1, 2,
3, 4: Band 21 Orchestra 2, 3. 4: Big' and Little Sister Captain
3: Pi Beta Phi Pledge Mother 4.
RHODE. CHARLES R.--Kalispell, Montana. Agronomy. Ag. Club
2, 3, 4: Collegiate F. F. A. Chapter 3: Alpha Zeta 3, 4: Sep-
temviri 4: Phi Kappa Phi 4.
RONNING, JANE MATSKE-Bozeman, Montana. Secretarial.
Alpha Gamma Delta.
ROOT, AGNES CAROLINE-Great Falls, Mont. Botany and
Bacteriology. Alpha Gamma Delta: Phi Sigma: W. A. A.: Fun-
landia: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Playday 3: Exponent: Volleyball,
RUGGLES, ROBERT LEWIS-Bozeman, Montana. Mechanical
RUZICKA, MARY INEZ-Hardin, Montana. Home Economics.
Pi Beta Phi: Home Economcis Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Montanan 1, 2:
Exponent 1, 2.
SAUBERT, WILLIAM R,-Great Falls, Montana. Industrial En-
gineering. Pi Kappa Alpha.
SCHARFF, DONALD K.-Three Forks. Montana. Entomology.
Kappa Sigma: Fangs: Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Sigma Scholarship
Award: Phi Sigma: Phi Kappa Phi: Septemviri.
SCHMIDT, KENNETH JAMES-Fort Benton, Montana. Mechan-
ical Engineering. Lambda Chi Alpha: A. S. M. E.: Advanced
R.. O, T. C.: Concert Band 1, 2, 3: Veterans' Housing Com-
mittee: Football 1, 2: Intramural Sports: Army Air Forces.
SCHNEIDER, RUDOLPI-I CHARLES-Bozeman, Montana. Elec-
SEELINGER, LEONARD JAMES-Great Falls, Montana. Phys-
SHERROW, IRENE OGLE-Laurel, Montana. Secretarial. Chl
Omega, Treas., Vice-Pres.: Pi Omega Pi, Pres.: Secretarial
Club: W.A.A.: Exponent: A.W.S. Sec'y.
SIMPSON, MARGARET ANN-Miles City, Montana. Architec-
tural Engineering. Alpha Omicron Pi: Architectural Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Secretary: Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4:
W.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4: Tennis, Musketry.
SKAALURE, DALE LEVERNfBig Sandy, Montana. Agricultural
Economics. Alpha Gamma Rho: Lutheran Students Assn. 1, 2.
3: Little International 1. 2: Ag. Club 1, 2, 3, 4: M Club 3, 4:
Wrestling Team 3, 4: High School Week Committee.
SMALL, BARBARA GIBSON-Cut Bank, Montana. Home Eco-
nomics. Women's COODSTBUVQ House.
SMITH. HAROLD L,-Belt, Montana. Range Management.
SMITH, VICTOR A.-Butte, Montana. Chemistry. Phl Sigma
Kappa: Alpha Chi Sigma: Fangs: Interfraternity Council:
Les Bouffons: Scabbard and Blade: Sentemviri: High School
Week 3, Co-Chairman: School Service Committee,
SNAPP, MARION-Lewistown, Montana. Home Economics. Asso-
ciated Independent Students 2, 3. 4, Treas.: 4-H Alumni Club
1, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y-Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4: Veteran's Club. Sec'y 3:
Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Phi Upsilon Omicron 2, 3, 4, Vice-
Pres. 4: Mortar Board 4, Treas.: Quad E Senior Counselor:
Wesley Foundation 2, 3, 4.
SOLBERG, RAUSIE LOU--Big Timber, Montana. Home Econom-
lcs. Pi Beta Phi, Vice-Pres.: Home Ec. Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Pres.:
Mortar Board, Vice-Pres.: Spurs: Alpha Lambda Delta, Treas.:
Jr. Advisor: Jr. Class Treas.: Jr. Prom Comm.: A. W. S. Treas.:
Canterbury Club: Panhellenic Council, Sec'y: Montanan 1: Ex-
ponent 1: Who's Who Among College Students.
STANFIELD, DONALD I,iGreat Falls, Montana. Industrial En-
gineering. Alpha Gamma Rho, Treas. 3. House Mgr, 4: S. A. M.
1, 2, 3, 4: High School Week 1, 2, 3: Montanan 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus.
Mgr. 4, Acting Editor 4: Exponent Mgr. 1, 2: Montana Engineer
2: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: M Club: Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4,
Captain 4: Student Senate 4: Les Bouffons.
STEWART, DOUGLAS GORDON-Bozeman, Montana. Civil En-
gineering. iNot pictured.J
STROMNES, HAROLD-Lewistown, Montana, Applied Science.
AlDha Gamma Rho.
SWEENEY, THOMAS-Kalispell, Montana. Electrical Engineer-
ing. A. I. E. E.: Cross Country.
TAYLOR, LOIS M.-Billings, Montana. Botany and Bacteriology.
Associated Independent Students 1, 2, 3: "The Wilderness":
Ski Club 3, 4: Inter-Church Council 3: Lutheran Students
Association 1, 2, 3. 4, Sec'y 2. Vice-Pres. 3: Chorus 3, 4:
Concert Chorus 4: Band 1.
TEIGEN. MONS-Teigen. lvlontana. Range Management, Ag.
Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Intramural Athletics 1, 2: Montanan 2: Little
International 1, 4: Veterans Co-op Vice-Pres, 4.
TESLOW. FRANCES-Bozeman,Montana, Secretarial. Pi Beta Phi.
THORPE. MARILYN-'Butte, Montana. Botany and Bacteriology.
Band 1. 2: Orchestra 1, 2: Jr. Panhellenic Council 1: Ski Club
1, 2. 3, 4: Chairman Freshman Week Entertainment 3: High
School Week 1: Assembly Committee 3: W. A. A. 1, 3. 4: A. W. S.
Council 3: Exponent 1, 2. 4: Nurses Club 1: Canterbury Club.
TIVZTJEN. ROBERT-Great Falls. Montana. Civil Engineering.
Kappa Sigma: Chorus 1: Fencing 1. 2: Fangs 2. 3: Mothers
Day Committee 3: Commissioner of Dramatics 3: Student
Senate 3: Student Chapter A. S. C. E, 3. 4: Intramural Ath-
letics 1, 2. 3. 4: Interfraternity Council 4.
TOCCI. PATRICIA-Three Forks. Montana. Applied Science.
Alpha Gamma Delta.
TODD. NEVA-Bozeman, Montana. Art. Chi Omega.
TOOHEY. JOHN E.-Bozeman. Montana. Architecture.
TRAVER. BOB-Cut Bank. Montana. Mechanical Engineering.
Lambda Chi Alpha: A. S. M, E.: Intramural Sports 1. 2, 3, 4:
Advanced R, O. T. C. 3.
TRAVER. JIMMY LEE-Cut Bank. Montana, Pre-Medics. Lambda
Chi Alpha: Advanced R. 0. T. C. 8: Interfraternity Council 3:
Football 1: Intramurals 4.
TRAVER, NONA--Columbus, Georgia. Home Economics.
TUNNICLIFF, AMY-Bozeman. Montana. Nursing.
UHLRICH, PAULfBozeman. Montana. Electrical Engineering.
Alpha Gamma Rho.
URICK, JOSEPH-Belt, Montana. Agriculture. Alpha Gamma
VAUGHAN, EDWARD DEAN-Montrose, Colorado, Agriculture
Economics. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Treas. 3: Exponent. Bus.
Mgr. 3: Alpha Zeta 3, 4: Who's Who in Colleges 3, 4: Sen-
temviri 4: Ag, Club 2. 3. 4: Winner Swift Essay Contest 3:
Veterans Club 3: Institutional Relations Committee 3.
WALTON, CHARLES E.--Harlowton, Montana, Civil Engineer-
ing. Men's Co-op.
WARDEN, ROBERT L.-Ballantine, Montana. Agronomy. Kappa
WILDE, EUGENE-Bainville, Montana. Civil Engineering. Pi
Kappa Alpha: Septemviri: Les Bouffons: Phi Kappa Phi: Big
Ten: A. S.C.E.. Pres.: Who's Who in Colleges: President of
WILKINS, HARRY!Glendive. Montana. Civil Engineering.
WILKOWSKI, VICTOR-Lorain. Ohio. Botany and Bacteriology.
WILLICK, MARY EDI'I'HfDutt0n, Montana. Home Economics.
WILLITS, CLAIR A.-Simms, Montana. Animal Industry. Alpha
WINGFIELD, DAVID CLIFTON-Calgary. Alberta. Mechanical
WOODRUFF, RUTH-Ismay, Montana. Home Economics.
WRIGHT, MARTHA J,-Belgrade, Montana. Home Economics.
Alpha Omicron Pi: Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Upsilon Omicron
2, 3, 4, Pres.: Mortar Board, Pres. 4: Home Economics Club
1, 2. 3, 4: A. W. S. Sec'y 4: 4-H Club: W. A. A. 1, 2. 3, 4:
Funlandia 1: High School Week Comm. 3: Intersorority Sports:
College and Field Service Comm, 4.
Pi Beta Phi
NORRIS J .
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Beta Phi
LESLIE J .
Alpha Omicron Pi
Pi Beta Phi
Alpha Omicron Pi
Pre Medical Work
Pi Beta Phi
Pre Medical Work
Alpha Omicron Pi
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Beta Phi
Pre Medical Work
Lambda Chi Alpha
Pi Beta Phi
Alpha Omicron Pi
Lambda Chi Alpha
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Beta Phi
Phi Sigma Kappa
Alpha Omicron Pi
Lambda Chi Alpha
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Kappa Alpha
Alpha Omicron Pi
Alpha Omicron Pi
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Kappa Alpha
San Diego, Cal.
AGNES THELMA JEAN
Nursing Home Economics
San Francisco, STRICKFADEN
Calif. Great Falls
Zoology and Architecture
Entomology Pi Kappa Alpha
JAMES GRANT WILLIAM B.
SigmaAlpha Sigma Chi
LOUISE A, VAGG
Alpha Omicron Pi
Los Angeles, Cal.
VAN DEN BIESEN
Alpha Omicron Pi
Fargo. N. D.
Alpha Omicron Pi
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Beta Phi
Pi Kappa Alpha
Pi Kappa Alpha
HELEN MAYO JOANNA ROBERT OWEN HELEN G. VINCENT BETTY ELLEN
WALTON PETERSON WATSON WEIR WARNER WEST
Livingston WARDEN Hobson Kalispell Bozeman Oakland, Cal.
Industrial Bozeman Agricultural Home Economics Architecture Secretarial
Chemistry Secretarial Education Alpha Gamma
Alpha Gamma Alpha Gamma Delta
LAVONNE DOROTHY ANN EDWIN M. JOANE S. HELEN MARIE RITA G.
WEST WHITE WISMEYER WOHLGENANT WOLF WOLFE
Billings Bozeman Billings Miles City Livingston Milwaukee, Wls.
Applied Science Home Economics Secretarial Home Economics Home Economics Home Economics
Alpha Omlcron Pl Sigma Chi Alpha Omicron Pi
BERNICE CLARA WILLIAM PAT BEULAH AGNES WILBUR JAMES THEODORE
WOOD WOODLARD YOUNG ZEZULA JOHNSON
Bozeman Bozeman Bozeman Whitehall Bozeman
Secretarial Range Secretarial Secretarial Pre Medical Work
Well, well, what have We here? . . . the junior class , . . my, don't they look
intelligent? , . . all right, so they don't . . . the look is just one of satisfaction
. . . the result of three years in this sanitarium . . . they ought to get something
out of three years besides eyestrain . . . from looking at, or is it for, pretty co-eds.
Juniors and their evenings
Chief of his class
Relaxing between classes
Ralph Kenneth Aaker
Aina Lorraine Alm
Wallace Howard Ames
Frank Trygve Anderson
Margaret J. Anderson
Herbert E, Anderson
John Oscar Anderson
Norman Lewis Anderson
Ruth Marie Anderson
James R. Appenzeller
Mary Elizabeth Baarson
Richard Leigh Baker
Gisele R. Bare
James E, Barfknecht
John H. Bartells
John Henry Barton
Robert Manuel Bateman
Betty Lee Bath
Donald C. Beckman
John C. Bequette
Robert Charles Blenkner
Linda Geneva Bliler
L. Pauline Blue
George Alton Blyth
Alberta Ellen Bohn
Carol Luella Bolmeier
Helen Margaret Boylan
Duane Franklin Brobst
William Arthur Brolin
David John Brooks
John William Bullette
Elsie Carr Bundy
Barbara Ann Bunnell
Wilson Albert Burley
Russell Edwin Bush
Dorothy Elizabeth Butler
Mary Lillian Carrington
Lois Marie Cass
Robert Fred Chenkovich
Dirck C. Chilocote
VJilliam L. Chittick
Barbara Ann Clark
Clyde O. Clark
Mark Sterling Cockrill
Betty Jo Col
s Rosalie Coleman
Eugene P. Conners
Joyce Marie Cooper
Ernestine Adare Cox
Robert Ellen Craig
Margaret Rosser Cruttenden
James Walter Cusick
Elmer H. Dahlberg
Mary B. Daniels
Patricia Catherine Davidson
Candace Lynn Davids
Roberta Louise Davis
Vsfilliam L. Davis
Merrill Robert Davison
Betty Louise Dekay
Lorna Louise Dawley
Leonard William Decco
Betty Jo Depuy
Andrew David Dingman
Dorothea Mae Doll
May Ann Dockery
Beth Ann Dole
Donald Glenn Dopkins
Margaret Jean Dorsett
Joe J. Eagle
Marion Ethel Driscoll
Douglas Ramsay Drysdale
Allen H. Eby
Betty Lou Eck
Mildred J. Ehlenburg
Floyd C. Evans
Viola J. Eva
d Richard Ellis
d L. Farrand
Sara Jane Forgy
Donald C. Foster
Dorothy E. Frankovich
Kirke W, Frantz
Jean I. Fraser
Al W. French
Barbara E. Prey
Raymond J. Froelich
Jack R. Gaines
Lois E. Galt
Patricia J. Galt
Robert J, Garnett
Dorothy A. Garrard
Betty C. George
Marian J. Geurkink
James R. Good
Harold A, Gunderson
Leonard D. Gustafson
Ralph E. Hales
Jerry M. Halford
John W. Hall
James L, Hanson
Beverly Ann Harrison
Stewart J. Hauptman
Vivian L. Heald
Stanley W. Hedrick
Betty J. Herrick
Ruth M. Herzog
Betty L. Hoffman
Robert E. Hoffman
Andrew G. Hoiland
Delroy F. Hollern
Donna K. Holm
Patricia J. Howell
Nellie C. Hubbard
Clifford T. Huffman
Herman R. Huisenga
Kenneth L. Humpherys
Theodore R. Hunter
John W. Hurst
Don Paul Hurwitz
John J. Jeakins
Hortense C. Jennings
Lois J. Jensen
Barbara J. Johnson
Earl W. Johnson
John L, Johnson
Robert C. Johnson
David A. Jondrow
Shirley J. Kelly
George J. Kafke
Wilma D. Kennedy
Gordon A. Kiefer
Joe C. King
YVilma M. King
Henry M. Kilpatrick
Elaine R. Kirk
B. Jeanne Klousie
Robert M. Koch
Harold A. Kortum
Garnet R. Kotkin
William K. Krismer
Walter E. Lab
Robert J, Labrie
Beryl L. Lane
Don Miller Langhor, Jr.
Neil R. Lardy
Robert E. Larson
Renetta L. Lawrence
Edward L. Lea
James E. Leary
Robert E. Lentz
Robert P. Lettinga
Warren L, Lintz
Jean E. Lloyd
Jesse VJ. Long, Jr.
Ann L. Lunday
Francis E. Marick
William E. Marantette
Ina J. McAlear
Daryl R. lVlcClanahan
Clifford H. McBratney
Betty Don McMillan
Doreen L, Miller
Edward C. Miller
Muriel E. Miller
Eva Corrine Moger
Leila R. Moniger
Mons T. Monson
Thomas William Moody
John Fulton Moore
Douglas Bradford Morrison
Maynard Robert Myers
Robert Evan lNlyers
Annabelle Lee Nesbit
Grace C. Nissen
Hugh Weston Norville
Darline J. Norwood
Dean Morse Nylin
Banjini B. Ochitani
Helen Louise Paddock
Mary Lou Pasha
Robert Edward Paulsen
Clifford S. Paulsen
James Stewart Payne
Lawerence E, Pedersen
Eileen Fay Penland
John Robert Penwell
John Edward Peterson
Frank C. Petr
William J. Purvis
Margaret A. Ragen
Olive M. Rathman
Ruth R. Reed
Wallace A. Rehberg
John O. Reuss
Phyllis M. Richards
Eula C. Ring
Frederick C1, Ritter
Peter B. Roberts
Warren J. Roberts
Edwin F. Roby
Doris J. Rogers
Trilby E. Roser
Marie M. Rowe
Joyce A. Russell
Robert P. Ryan
Allen L. Sales
Mary L. Ryffel
Theodore VJ. Sander
Robert L. Sargent
Frances L. Schellhorn
Carol A. Scherrer
Ralph E. Schmiedeskamp
Doris L. Seel
Lowell W. Seidensticker
Kenneth D. Shearer
.Andy T. Shields
Ralph A. Shelton
Joyce E. Shipton
Patricia J. Shrewsbury
Orlo B. Silvey
Edward E. Sikora
Barbara E. Simpson
XVillian1 H. Sippel
Max A. Sklower
Rhua E. Slavens
Robert D. Siverts
John R. Smiley
Louis F. Spencer
Robert J. Stanbury
Shirley M. Snyder
Beverly L. Stearns
Donald E. Stevens
Robert C. Sternhagen
Jeannette D. Stevens
Stuart P. Stone
Robert L, Storey
Doyle V. Strandlund
Martha P. Story
William P. Strom
Leonard R. Sundell
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Lila L. Swan
Marion E. Swanson
Weldon A. Swanson
Floyd O, Swenson
Melvin I. Tarum
Frances E, Thomas
Otto M. Thompson
Phyllis D. Todd
William A. Tooke
Donald T. Torell
Charles W. Totten
Thomas E. Tovey
Robert E. Tremper
Charles E. Trowbridge
Roy H. Tunby
Edythe M. Turley
Charles G. Turner
lone M. Turner
Robert David Vallance
John Franklin Vandaveer
Frederick Howard Varnum
Beverly Elise Vatcher
Donald James Voelker
Jerome Martin Waldorf
Elizabeth Ann Watson
Audrey Marie Wendel
Wilbur J. West
Stanley Alan Williams
Charlotte Mae Winkelman
June Ann Wismeyer
Ciardyn Elaine Wolfe
Donald Claud Woodside
Harold F. Yaeger
Kenneth Caryl York
Harold Eugene Young
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A sophomore knows not and knows not that he knows not . . . are you with
me? . . . anyway, these people are all superior beings and lose no time im-
pressing the freshmen with this fact . . . they now know that Bozeman is the
only town in Montana with robins all year round . . . two years is a long time.
First row-Betty Darlene Albro, Joan M. Allen, Ted Leroy Allen, Ila Dona Rene Allstot, Betty Louise Althouse, Marion Huntley
Amos, Carl Robert Anderson, Kenneth Robert Anderson, Lee Marshall Anderson, Myrna Ellen Anderson.
Second row-Noel Anderson, Jr., William John Anderson, Alexander D. Arick, Betty H. Arneson, Hubert D. Arneson, Dale E.
Atkinson, Alice M. Aughney, Michael John Aughey, Jr., Marjorie
Third row-Walter Paul Bahr, John Baier, Jr., Jack Edwin Bailey,
George J. Barth, Richard C. Barthelmess, John Baskett, Dorothy
Fourth row-Ray Richard Batey, Lois Ruth Beal, Robert L. Beaman
Bell, Jack Foster Bell, Samuel Owen Bell, Bonnie Lois Bennetts:
E. Austin, John Siegfried Bader.
Earl R. Baker, Joyce Evelyn Baker, Robert W. Baker,
Lila May Bean, Marvin T. Beatty, Barbara Elizabeth
Charles Allard Bentley.
Fifth row-Edward Alfred Bentley, Harold Robert Bentley, Gwendolyn E. Berger, Leroy William Bergstrom, Peggy Karen
Berryman, Evelyn Zola Betz, Elenore Lea Bieler, George Richard
Bing, Archie C. Bishop, Carolyn Beverly Blackwood.
Sixth row-Doris Lucille Blank, William A. Blenkner, Charles'Henfy Bliss, Laurelie Mae Bolton, Dolores F. Bone, Bill Andrew
Booher, Clinton C. Booker, Colleen Eunice Boothe, James A. Borer, George Norris Bower.
First row-Joseph Edward Bower, Frederick Keith Boyd, Marie Louise Brakstad, Donald W. Bratton, Phillip H. Bratton, Ferol
Lee Brawner, Burrell R. Bredberg, Roger Ward Breggs, Shirley Anne Brooks, James T. Brown.
Second row-Myrtle Lenore Brown, Paul David Brown, Richard Allen Brown, Verne Wesley Brown, Roger Bruins, Walter
Eugene Buckland, Bessie Jean Buckley, John Edwin Bullock, Lawston I. Burke, Ida Harriet Burns.
Third row-Betty Jane Bussinger, Carroll Pierce Butler, Patsy Frances Butterfield, Leland P. Cade, Alice Viola Cahill, Ellis
Jason Callantine, Constance T. Campbell, Gladyce Joanne Campbell, Milton Hugh Campbell, Earl Frederick Carlson.
Fourth row-Kermit Oliver Carlson, Warren Donald Carlson, Richard J. Cassutt, Charles Jerome Cavanaugh, George Fred-
erick Chambers, Roy Chapman, William F. Chapman, Richard W. Chauner, Raymond C. Cheever, Gladys Marie Chesnover.
Fifth row-Hubert C. Christiansen, Glenn Howard Clapp, Allen Clark, Gene L. Clark, Donald Moore Clarke, Eldora Clausen,
June Marie Claypool, Dolores Marguerite Cline, Athalie Collins, Patricia Collins.
Sixth row-John Eugene Compton, Ruanne Conant, Denny Louis Condotta, Thomas James Connelly, Donald James Conver,
Dora Mae Cooper, Clarence Adair Cosner, Alvin Russell Cowan, Donald Edward Craig, Lois Jane Craig.
First row-Roger Crane, Waldo Emerson Cranston, William R. Crawford, Charles Lowell Cranshaw, Jean Wise Crecelius, Alfred
H. Croonquist, Albina M. Crottogini, Coleen Isabel Crumzny, Joan Arlene Culbertson, Bayiiss E. Cummings.
Second row-Robert Cutler, Gretchen Ann Daley, Mavis Danssaert, Donald Arthur Davall, David Scott Davidson, Esther Lee
Davidson, Wilma Davis, Ralph W. Day, Robert W. Dean, Peter E. Decker.
Third row-Dorothy Lee Dedman, Elizabeth Louise Derooy, Frank Lamar Dickover, Jr., Robert Emerson Dingman, Angelo
Patrick Dira, Robert Dodson, Patricia Dolan, Gale S. Dorn, Wil-ber Adnee Dow, Ray Ford Dowling.
Fourth row-Horace W. Driver, Paul Harlan Dull, Helen Louise Dunbar, Barbara Maude Duncan, Roy Ellis Dunn, Hector
Joseph Durocher, Frederick Mark Edson, Joyce A. Egeler, Dale Elser, Carl Alton Erickson, Jr.
Fifth row-Shirley Jean Erickson, Patricia Marie Erpelding, Leonard W. Etchart, Sylvia Evenson, Gene Feist, Jack Fenton,
A. Haydn Ferguson, David B. Ferguson, Katherine Alice Ferkovich, Roman Sylvester Fink.
Sixth row-Robert F. Firehammer, Margaret Jane Fisher, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Edith Chambers Foster, Eva Louise Fredrick-
son, Harold Shaw Freeman, Gene C. Freshour, Helen Lucille Freshour, James H. Frisbie, Dolores Pearl Frisell.
First row-Carolyn ,Rae Fritz, Lester M. Fryslie, Shirley Jean Furman, Marion Gackle, George Leonard Gale, Jay Louis Gam-
rath, John E. Gander, Martina Jean Gardetto, Lawrence Leon Gebhardt, Miriam Eleanor Gessaman.
Second row-Gene Gilman, Laura Ellen Gloder, Harold Peter Godtland, John W. Goebel, Darrell D. Goodmundson, Maxine
L. Gordon, Donald Frederick Graff, Clarice Nadine Graves, Charles W. Gray, Donald Joseph Green.
Third row-James Kay Greenslate, Horace W. Gregory, John Price Griffiths, Jr., Emma Marie Guertzgen, Francis Wayne
Gustafson, Patricia Mae Haeckel, June G. Haigh, James A. Hall, Duane Hugh Hamilton, Helen Ione Hammerstrom.
Fourth row-Adele Marie Hansen, Richard James Hansen, John P. Hanser, Anna Marie Hanson, Glen F. Hanson, Homer. Willis
Hanson, Ileana Elizabeth Hanson, Mary Ameila Harberd, Benjamin Franklin Hardin, Edwin N. Hardy.
Fifth row-Lucille Lorraine Hardy, Barbara Lee Harryman, Betty Ann Hartmann, Ned Lamarr Hatton, John Clayton Haven,
Jerre Todhunter Hawk, Dan B. Hazen, Milton Foster Hedrick, Albert D. Heetderks, Bernard John Heetderks.
Sixth row-Daniel Herbert, Alma Jean Herminghaus, Rudy Herzel, Dorothy Mable Hicks, Joseph Ellington, Hightower, Neil L.
Hildebrand, Glen H. Hitchcock, John Hoff, Helen Clara Hoffman, Shiela Joan Hoiness.
First row-Mary Alice Holecek, Chester S. Holje, Howard J. Holtan, Arthur John Holter, Samuel Robert Hood, Patricia Louise
Horrom, Robert James Hosfeld, Jerome Raymond Hould, Shirley Ann Marie Hould, Robert William Hoyt.
Second row-Gerald Joseph Huff, Patricia M. Hughes, William Donald Hulben, Eunice Jane Hunt, Jane Rae Hunter, Mary
Elizabeth Hunter, David Charles Hurst, Harold Keith Husebye, Allen Robert Hutchinson, Dorothy Jean Hyatt.
Third row-Marion Irene Hyer, Richard Louis Ideker, Merle J. Isaac, Donald Howard Jackson, Edith Virginia Jackson, Peter
V. Jackson, Cato Jacobson, Donald Vincent Jacobson, Kathleen Ann James, Patricia Joan Janke.
Fourth row-Dora Lenora Jansen, Victor Charles Jauron, David Franklin Jay, Mildred Belle Jenni, Gloria Belle Jensen, Jay
A. Johannesen, Barbara Jean Johnson, Carmelle Irette Johnson, Duane Carlton Johnson, Lowell Johnson.
Fifth row-Melvin Johnson, Robert Lloyd Johnson, Ruth Alice Johnson, Shirley Patricia Johnson, Wesley Johnson, Doris
Maurine Johnston, Gerald Miles Johnston, Charles Shelton Jones, Donald Elwood Jones.
Sixth row-Janet Mildred Jones, Kenneth R. Jones, Marvin D. Jones, Wayne Newton Jones, Clarence Elnora Juedeman, Mrs.
A. Dixon Kamhoot, Bruce M. Kamhoot, Mary Carol Kelly, Kenneth Kempt, Elsie Janis Kenline.
First row-Conrad John Kercher, Lydia Sophia Kercher, Laura Louise Ketterer, Juanita Kiehn, Daniel Dean Kilbride,
Marvin Keith Kildahl, Gloria Ruth Killeen, George Eggen Kirk, Nick Kleinschmidt, Clifton Donald Knapp.
Second row-Jack Marshall Knodle, Elfrieda Louise Kober, Marie Kober, James Kovack, Merle Kovatch, Albert Norman
Kraft, Herman A. Kraus, Marylin June Kremer, R. Paul Krenz, Edward Michael Krisman.
Third row-Betty Ann Kuhr, William H. Kuhr, Nira Helen Lacher, Barbara A. Laehn, Shirley Elaine Lamb, Sidney C.
Lancaster, Anne Laverne Lane, George William Langdorf, John Samuel Lansberry, Ardis Marie Laroche.
Fourth row-Patricia Ann Lavery, John Preston Lawson, Charles Lee Lear, William Lee, Merla Leishman, James Wallace
Leland, Donald Paul Lentz, Ruth Lentz, Jerry Levine, William Dexter Liddell.
Fifth row-Robert F. Linfield, Gordon Thomas Litton, Carlos F. Livers, James Henry Livers, Dorothy Marie Loch, James
O. Lodge, Charlotte Joan Logan, Leona Marie Logan, Mary Theresa Long, Henry Baker Lorentz.
Sixth row-Richard Luchan, Mary Elizabeth Luhm, Calvin B. Luding, Margaret Louise Lundgren, Charles Russel Lynch, Earl
R. Lyngaas, Reginald J. MacDonald, William H. Mackay, Felix Madrazo, Mary Kathleen Manaige.
First row-Margaret Lilly Marantette, Robert Joseph Maranette, Alverd R. Marcure, Margaret Jean Marquis, Donald Odell
Marriage, Richard D. Marshall, Barbara Jane Martin, I. Richard Martinsen, Joseph Henry Mathias, Robert Keith Matsler.
Second row-Lewis Keppie May, Mary Francis McAuliffe, Ramona Carolyn McCarten, John K. McDonald, Robert Glen
McDonald, Elizabeth Ceclia McDonell, Helen Jean McLaughlin, Deward Peter McHugh, Donald John McIver, Joan
Elizabeth McLaren. ' '
Third row-Madelene Virginia McLaughlin, Margaret E. McLaughlin, Earl S. McLees, Yvonne Selma McLeish, Helen Marie
McLeod, Patricia Ann McNerney, Donaleen McRae, Curtis Vergil McVee, Judith Adele Mead.
Fourth row-Howard B. Mecklenburg, Clarence Robert Mehl, Fred Floyd Menzel, Donna Mernin, Robert Donald Merrill, J.
Dwain Meyer, Marjorie Jean Mikalson, Donald B. Milam Paul Norman Milam, Jack Milburn.
Fifth row-Jack Floyd Miller, Patricia Ruth Miller, Richard Lewis Miller, Richard N. Miller, Marion Marguerite Mitchell,
Marjorie Gladys Mitchell, Kenenth O. Moore, Margie Ann Morrow, Mabel Eleanor orse, anley O. ortensen.
Sixth row-Rosalie arie Mueller, Norman Mulder, Joyce Leona Murphy, Mary Ellen Murphy, Bernice Anne Mysse, Lyle
Adair Nadeau, Audry Nelson, Helen Louise Nelson, John Howard Nelson, Marion Frances Nertney.
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First row-Ardine R. Ness, M. Evelyn Nicholson, Barbara Mae Nickelson, Carl Nielson, Ronald Charles Nivala, Madge Clara
Niven, Dave Norton, Nancy Lee Nye, Wyman E. Nyquist, Ellen Betty Nystul.
Second row-John V. O'Brien, Robert Brady O'Donnell, Patricia O'Leary, Audrey Elizabeth Olesen, Nels Cummings Olin,
Raymond Arthur Olson, William Kermit Olson, Dan E. O'Neil, Peggy Lou Orcutt, Jack Edward Owen.
Third row-Hugh Parker, Juanita Lois Patterson, James Thomas Paugh, Earl Jung'Peace, Jo Ann May Peck, Jennie Mae
Pemble, Priscilla Anne Penwell, Kathryn Perrine, James William Peters, Oscar Johan Petersen.
Fourth row-A-Clayton Raymond Peterson, F. Laurel Peterson, Mary Jane Peterson, Maxine Peterson, William Peterson, Robert
Keith Phillips, Carole Mae Phipps, Bruce Norman Pierce, Joan Aleta Pintler, Martha Lee Pope.
Fifth row-Charles William Popovich, Howard J. Porter, Pamela Elaine Porter, James Frederick Poynter, Abe Preston,
Dwight E. Preston, Jay W. Preston, Delores Anne Quayle, Joe M. Quinn, Clara Mae Quinnell.
Sixth row-Joan Quirk. Gerald Edward Raab, Frank Joseph Rambosek, Larry Rangitsch, V. Joan Rasmussen, Leonard James
Reber, William Wayne Reed, Helen Carolyn Reese, Joseph John Reese, George Albert Reichman.
First row-George William Reiter, Colleen Avis Reynolds, Margorie Louise Rice, Carolie Mae Richardson, Robert Richey,
John R. Riedesel, Lois Jean Rinan, Dupont E. Rindy, Ralph Ernest Risdal, George Risdal.
Second row-Vera Gabriel Rita, William Harrison Roach, David Wright Robinson, Jack Beattie Robinson, A. H. Rongstad,
Donald W. Rose, Margaret Ann Rosean, Fred Richard Ross, Harry D. Ross, Warren H. Ross.
Third row-Kenneth John Roth, Stewart Irving Rowe, Roberta Joyce Rowse, Kenneth Avery Sage, Virginia Frances Salansky,
Glenn Wallace Salo, William John Sanders, Michael Sassano, Martha Mildred Saunders, Constantine Scaffidi.
Fourth row-Deward Clyde Scharn, Joan Mary Schillinger, William Howard Schlieman, Bernard Henry Schmitt, Harold Miller
Schmitt, Kenneth Paul Schoenek, Ernest C. Schultz, Frances E. Schwanekamp, James Walter Scott, Theodore Charles
Fifth row--Robert Howard Sebastian, Roald Selvig, Conrad Edward Setterlund, Marian Leone Shay, Joyce Eileen Shively,
Shirley Ann Shoal, Bonnie Jean Shotwell, Bethe Evelyn Shuey, Verna Marie Siebenforcher, Bob Jean Siebrasse.
Sixth row-Donald L. Sampson, Helen Elizabeth Simpson, Robert Duane Siperly, Maurice Ronald Sivertson, Delbert Anthony
Slabbekorn, Virginia Harriet Small, Connie Smith, James Robert Smith, Joyce Smith, Joyce Helen Smith.
First row-Linda Lee Smith, Mabel Bernice Smith, Marcia Clair Smith, Mary Helen Smith, Robert Allen Smith, Victor H.
Smith, Charles Ray Smola, Valeria Marie Smola, Robert E. Smyth, Paula Snavely.
Second row-Roland Gerald Soft, Leroy Warren Spain, Sally Ann Spencer, Leo Raymond Spogen, Shirle M. Steel, Eldon
P. Steffens, Patricia Ann Stenhjem, H. Warren Stensland, James Bart Stephens.
Third row-Dane Lamont Stevens, John Stevenson, Charles Morris Stewart, Robert Donald Stewart, Bernette Erline Stiff,
Helen Ada Storey, Alice Lorraine Stork, Dean Warren Stovall, Ommund Benard Strand, Shirley Jeanne Strandluud.
Fourth row-Joe Curtis Street, Philip Weddle Strope, Maurice Francis Sullivan, Robert Allan Svoboda, Dorothy Jean
Swanby, Eugene Ridgely Swank, Clarence Hilding Swanson, Dale Charles Swanson, Gelorg B. Swenson., Marvin Lciver
Fifth row-George A. Swords, Hans O. Sylling, Elizabeth Johanna Tabor, Myrtle Irene Tannehill, Ann Claire Thompson,
Jean Dolores Thompson, Thomas Peter Thompson, Matthew Thornton, Homer B. Tilton, Ralph Milton Tipling.
Sixth row-Jack Tipton, Jeanette Tomsheck, Enice Marcella Torske, June Ruth Tracy, Anna Marie Travis, Carole Trent,
Katherine Joyce Tribble, Mary Tucker, Sylvia Arlene Tutvedt, John Edward Tweedy.
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First row-William Herbert Tweedy, Theo Kathryn Tygum, James A. Ussin, Eugene B. Van Artsdale, James Frederick Van-
denburg, Kenneth Raydeen Vanhorn, Elsie Lois Varcoe, Helen Louise Varelia, Walter Voorhees Varnum, Lyal D. Viers.
Second row-Wayne A. Viers, Mary Jean Voden, Jay Arnold Vollin, Ruth Myrtle Voorhees, Dorothy Ann Vorell. Ned Erven
Wagner, Betty Joyce Walden, Daisy Jeola Walker, Wayne Walker, Malcolm Keith Wallen.
Third row-Richard Linderman Waller, Clayton Monroe Ward, George J. Watson, B. Lorraine Weedman, Gale M. Wegener,
Martin Francis Whalen, Elsie Ruth Wheeler, Grant Leon Wheeler, Stanley Meyer Wheeler, William S. Wheeler.
Fourth row-Ramon Stephen White, John Wild, Robert Wilton Williams, William Williams, Grace Caroline Wiprud, August
Ray Wolf, Robert Conrad Wolf.
Fifth row--Richard Frank Wollin, Richard Sherwood Woolley, Stanley Jerry Yecha, Fred T. Yonkee, Gordon Young.
Sixth row-Dale William Zadow, Neva Joyce Zeits, George Auburn Zettler, Avril Grace Zigay, Mary Ellen Zinnecker.
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The annual, all-college Pi Phi
Derby Dance was originated in
1934 when the King of the Hill
was crowned with carrots and on-
ions . . . this year's king, Bob
Tietjen of Kappa Sigma, received
the now traditional derby which
will remain Kappa Sig property
until next Derby day.
kin, of the Iii!!
Gladys Miller holds coveted crown
Bob Tietjen Boyd DeTonancour Don Stanfield Ken Humphries
Louis Blenkner Tom McKeen Vic Smith Art Shaw
Mon tuna Kem: tieA
Billy Rose had the tough job of picking these five out
of the group of twenty-five on the following pages
. , . the five were picked to reign at the Montanan
Ball in February . . . and a fine dance it was, too, if
we do say so ourselves . . . complete with dramatic
coronation ceremony and appropriate decorations.
Betty Ann Haeckel
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Les Bouffon Queen
Joyce Smith Ruth Dobler
Harvest Ball Queen Prom Queen
Spur of the Moment
Rosalie Coleman Alma Jean Herminghaus
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha
These students have been chosen by a faculty committee as the leaders of the
campus during their college careers . , . they have been outstanding in activities,
scholarship and loyalty to M. S. C. . .
Joe Urick Marvel Braziel
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The Big Ten committee consisted of: W. H. McCall, chairman: Katharine
Roy, Marga Hosaeus, Ethelyn C. Harrison, H. G. Klemme, E. W. Schilling,
M. G. Burlingame, W. G. Walter, Russell Davis.
Frances Oswald Bob Balch
Janice Gaines, Ruth MacDonald, Dana Schrupn, Rausle Solberg.
Betty Germeraad, Dean Vaughn. Jean Stephenson, Jane Ronnlnz.
For recognition of merit and accomplishment of students. Names are
published upon faculty recommendation in Whos Who Among Students in
American Universities and Colleges.
First row-Maurice Guay. Jeanne Emery, John Gordon, Marvel Brazlel, Michael McCormick, Elaine Burke.
Second row-Nancy Austin, Dawes Lott, Gladys Anderson. Boyd DeTonancour, Frances Oswald, Dale Lynch.
Third row-Arthur Dusenberry, Janice Chrestenson, Bruce Beatty, Ann Aikens, Bob Balch. Pat Geary.
5 PM WED
HURTBR BURR D
When they snarl, you can see them . . . the fangs, that is . , . snarling is not
the approach they usually use, however , . . their chief excuse for existence is
to exude sweetness, light and helpful information at our college functions . . .
occasionally they stoop, or rather the freshmen stoop, to physical chastisement
of wayward male frosh . . . or they did in the good old days, anyway . . . they're
all sophomores, too . . . what do you mean, you can tell that?
FIRST ROW ileft to rightl: Pete Swanson, Blaine Gustafson, Don Woodside, Frank
Holman, Andy Dingman, Bob Stanbury.
SECOND ROW: Mag Ronning, Jim O'Neil, Zales Ecton, Bob Miller, Rick Sherwood.
Ardeen Fialka, Wilbur Zezula.
THIRD ROW: Jack Robinson, Leonard Gustafson. Bill West, Hans Sylling, Cal Holland,
Harris Hesser. Jim Sheffield, Kenneth Humphreys.
FOURTH ROW: Ted Hunter, Jack Howard. Bob Blenkner, Harlod Kortum, Jack Marquis,
Mark Cockrill, John Johnson, Elmer Dalberg.
Zezulag Miller, Duke: Fialka
Useful as well as ornamental . . . these young ladies, sophomores all, are mem-
bers of the campus women's service organization . . . an organization, further-
more, which was founded here in 1922 . . , chosen for popularity, leadership
and scholarship . . . they used to blow w-histles if we trod on the grass or
otherwise misbehaved, but this excellent tradition seems to have expired . . .
they do perform many deeds of kindness, service and supervision, however, and
the campus couldn't be without them.
Galt, vice president: Swan, Dresident
FIRST ROW ileft to rightlz Corrine Moger, Pat Galt, Lila. Swan, Grace Franzen, Betty
DeKay, Vivian Heald.
SECOND ROW: Doris Rogers, Mary Lou Pasha, Bobby Lou Davis, Barbara Bunnell,
Muriel Miller, Frances Shellhorn, Lois Cass.
THIRD ROW: Mary Baarson, Lois Galt, Georgia Mooney, Betty Lou Eck. Audrey Wendel,
Eileen Penland, Rosalie Coleman, Annie Ragen.
Literally the clowns , . . and clowns they can be, sometimes . . . especially
during their initiation ceremony . . . Les Bouffons is Montana State's first
honorary, born 1900 . . . membership consists of big-Wheel senior men of out-
standing popularity and personality . . . they meet occasionally to discuss topics
of interest, probably women, mostly, and decide on the Les Bouffons' Queen
. . . nice work, if you can get it . . . contrary to rumors, some of them study
a little . . . after all, they are seniors.
FIRST ROW fleft to rightb: Maurice Guay, Bob Balch, Elmer Butler. Jim Lyons, Don
Stanfield, John Gordon.
SECOND ROW: John Cornish, Jim Roach, Tony Antonich. Norman Hansen, Louis Blenk-
ner. Vic Smith, B111 Lundberg. B111 Zupan. ,
Mortar Koa d
These are the, and we mean the. female wheels on the campus . . . a very exclu-
sive, national organization for the best the senior class has to offer in women
of highest leadership, scholarship and personality qualifications . . . each year,
in addition to their other functions, they sponsor one of those turn-about affairs
where the girl invites the boy and furthermore pays the bill . . 'twould be a
delightful arrangement except there aren't enough girls.
FIRST ROW rleft to rlszhtrz Jeanne Emery. Martha Wright, Marian Snapp
SECOND ROW: Rnusie Lou Solbern. Ruth McDonald. Marvel Braziel. Irene Sherroxx
Frances Oswald. Betty Gernmraad.
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Sep tem iri
Didn't you take Latin? . . . Seven Nlen , . . only now, there are more . . . left
over from the war . , . chosen by the faculty for scholarship, personality, activ-
ities and leadership . . . it says here , . . they do as much as seven men can to
set forth and uphold campus traditions . . . an assembly is supposed to be held
every autumn to enlighten the rest of the student body on these fine points
. . . it is, as a matter of fact,
FIRST ROW tleft to rightlt Chuck Rhode. Dean Vaughan. Vic Smith, Tom Dolan
SECOND ROW: Graeme Baker, Ray Erickson, Jim Roach, Robert Balch, Maurice Guay,
Bruce Beatty, Charles Dougherty.
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This sorority probably has more trouble getting pledges than any other on the
hill . . . for obvious reasons . . . not only does one have to be a freshman girl
iithis eliminates most of the student body at one swoopj but a freshman girl
with a ninety average for fall quarter or the entire year . , . they do have mem-
bers, however, who are active throughout the year sponsoring teas, dances, high
school week exhibits and other worthy projects.
FIRST ROW tleft to rightl: Jeannette Stevens. Pat Jelinek, Betty Don McMillan,
SECOND ROW: Trilby Roser. Nancy Stenson, Vivian Heald, Audrey Wendel.
THIRD ROW: Rachel Batch, Marjorie Sargent, Eileen Penland, Rennetta Lawrence.
Doris Seel. Dorothy Butler. Leila Moniger.
Phi fta Sigma
They're so young to be so smart . . . a 90 average is necessary . . . you think
it's easy? . , . remain active until the end of their sophomore year . . . during
this time they put out that indispensable adjunct to college life, The Fusser's
Guide . . . contrary to popular opinion, an apple is not part of their standard
equipment . . . they come by dhose A's honestly . . , well, don't you? .
anyway, the rest of you guys are just jealous.
Dr H G Klemme John O Anderson Floyd D Swenson Maynard Myers Lowell Seldenstlcker
Stuart P Stone Jack Games Donald Schurch John Johnson Darwin Moriarty Mark Cocrrll
Deward Ellis Leonard Gustafson. Walter Eagle James Olloughlln Clyde Roark Daniel Saya
tovich, Kenneth York, Henry Kilpatrick, H. V. Rice, Raymond Agee, and Creed Allen.
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What with the housing shortage, these boys should find themselves in the
chips when they graduate . . . this local club, organized in 1919, is for
upperclass architects , . . and hopes to produce upper class architects . . . some
of their pretty pictures can be seen on the top floor of the engineering building
. . . their meetings feature discussions of the latest developments in architecture
and, of course, bodily nourishment . . . they also sponsor several art and
Secre tarial 61116
Are you comfortable there on my lap, Miss Olliggins? . . . Dear sir, colon , . .
Sincerely, comma, Joseph VJ. Kilroy . . . everybody who is enrolled in secretarial
studies at M S. C. can be a member of the Secretarial Club , . . classes in their
swanky quarters in the Union . . . meet monthly or so to discuss matters of gen-
eral interest and have themselves a time . . , active in many all-school activities
and do their best during High School Week to attract unsuspecting graduates.
Moooool , . . Baaaaal . . . how does a horse go? . . . anyway, these gentle-
men are members of the National Agriculture Honorary . . . in addition to
regular discussional meetings, the organization presents several awards to out-
standing men in the department . . . every year they get all the livestock washed
and simonized for the High School Week display . . , and there is a nasty
rumor about the frequency of pedigreed beefsteak on their tables . . . they're
not agriculturalists for nothing,
FIRST ROW lleft to rightlz Joe Kircher, Charles Bick, Dale Lynch. Larry Erpeldingv Joe
Urick, Phil Haglund.
SECOND ROW: Charles Rhode, Louis Anderson. Irwin Smith. Dana Schruup. Jack Rasmus-
sen, Robert Watson, Burnell Brink, Charles Panish, Eugene Olson, Dean Vaughan.
Dana Schrupbi Joe Urick, Pres
belta Phi belta
You have to be able to draw something besides money out of your bank account
to get into this outfit , . . they are the better class of artists and architects
. . . Mrs. Hannon, there, was formerly national president of Delta Phi Delta
. , . you can always tell artists . . . they're so gay . . . imagine drawing pictures
of beautiful women for your homework . . . they also paint other subjects . .
take a look at this book, for instance . . , are you all right?
FIRST ROW5eft to rightlz Elinor Arneson. Betty Germeraad.
SECOND ROW: Marjorie Kasky, Miss Wilbur, Eleanor Marx. Marvel Braziel,
Frances McGowan. Joy Lott.
THIRD ROW: Vern Houvern, Dick Roth, Charles Dougherty.
A bunch of bright, budding biologists . . . villains of the anti-vivisectionists
. . . better watch your pet cat . , . only the brightest dissectors can be Phi
Sigmas though . . . the national organization has high scholastic standards
. . , besides being cat-snatchers they are butterfly and odd bug hunters . . .
every spring, armed with a net and a gleam in the eye, they go in search of
queer insects . . . so far, none of the faculty has been caught.
FIRST ROW fleft to rightbz Janice Chrestensen, Helen Jean Finch, Alice Johnson. Gladys
Miller, Frances Oswald.
SECOND ROW: Dr. Hammer, Helen Mott. Ann Aikens, Lida Loffel. Bill Reiquam.
THIRD ROW: Marjorie Beckman, Janet Stentz. Barbara Kay Beers, Dorothy Callan.
Alice Hughes, Dr. Pletsch, Cliff Davis.
FOURTH ROW: Doris Postlewait, Bill Asbury, Harold Watling. Don Scharff, Gerald
Rowen, Henry Kathrein, W. G. Walter.
Plai ilprfilon Umicrvn
Mammy, smell them biscuits . . . biscuits and honeys, yak, yak, that's a joke,
son , . . these gals are the best cooks, home-makers, baby-minders and Duz
duzzers of the whole junior and senior classes . . . chosen for their outstanding
scholarship, leadership and character . . . they put on numerous shows, including
the High School Week displays, in Herrick Hall, the only classroom building
on the campus with curtains . . . active in many school affairs,
FIRST ROW lleft to rightbi Rausie Lou Solberg, Marjorie Roberts, Marjorie Pott,
SECOND ROW: Jean Stephenson, Martha Wright. Marian Snavv. Alice Sugimoto.
THIRD ROW: Mary Willick, Ruth Mae Poetter. Rosemary Kirk, Tod Haglund, Gloria
O'Connel1, Blanche Franklin, Eileen Reiquam, Marceline Yates.
Pi Umega Pi
Those curlicues they scribble really mean something . . . at least they hope
they do, they have to transcribe them later . . . members must be pretty good
at this sort of thing, too , . . a B average or better in secretarial studies . . .
plus an interest and aptitude for professional secretarial work . . . the organ-
ization went national here in 1941 from the local secretarial honorary, Lambda
Phi Kappa . . . just a young group yet.
FIRST ROW Cleft to rightbz Eileen Bourdett, Jane Gilbert. Peggy Conrad, Elvira Stefanie.
SECOND ROW: Miss Robertson, Nancy Stenson, Pat Chapman, Jeanne Emery. Irene Sherruw.
THIRD ROW: Miss Barnes, Miss Lamb, Mr. Blankenhorn Nancy Austin Miss DeFrate
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Do you realize these gorgeous creatures can cook, too? , . , and mind the baby
scientifically . . . some husbands may be inclined to mutter "calorie happy"
. . . but they will be healthy husbands . , . the organization, if not the
members, is ancient, having been founded here in 1895 . . . Well preserved
. . , largest feminine membership of any local club . . . men, if you want a
girl who studied how to be a wife for four years, step right up.
These busy femmes are all Wrapped up in chemistry . . . occasionally you see
one all Wrapped up in a chemist . . . but almost always one or more of them
can be found in the bowels of the chem building muttering unkind things to
a test tube , . . they also frequently sponsor pie and cake sales to succor the
struggling hopefuls in chem lab and, independently, or with Alpha Chi Sigma,
FIRST ROW fleft to rightbz Irene Giovanini, Kay McConnell. Helen Walton.
SECOND ROW: Emma McGuire, Anna Lee VanArtsda1e, B. L. Johnson, Frances Lea
Brown, Peggy Lee Blyth.
Oh boy, all this and muscles, too . . . not only are these gals educated, they
can swing a mean tennis racket, are sharpshooters, golf in the seventies, bat
.300 and run a lighting hundred yards . . . a formidable combination . , . they
are also adept at badminton, swimming, ping-pong, skiing and hiking . . . exam-
ples of their prowess can be seen annually in the "Funlandia" program . . . all
upperclasswomen: chosen for scholarship, leadership, health and athletic skill.
FIRST ROW tleft to rightbz Phyllis Fox, Joyce Lott, Miss Hosaeus. Gyla Marmot.
SECOND ROW: Louise Turley. Terry Ransier, Elaine Guth, Carol Seebart. Janice
Ooo, look at those great, big, beautiful men . . . all the slick chicks' hearts
go pitter-patter for a letter sweater . . . those of them that aren't playing can
usually be seen in a body at athletic events . . . they sponsor an all-school
dance every year and are generally as busy as athletes ever get . . . membership
from varsity teams and first place Winners in minor sports . . . lettermen at
this school work for their honor.
FIRST ROW fleft to righth: Ray Pilgrim, Boyd Detonancour, Bill Zupan, Mike
McCormick, Dale Lynch, Emil Blazina.
SECOND ROW: Tom Sweeny, Joe Urich, Leland Cascaden, Dawes Lott, Bill Taylor.
V. Harvey Nelson, Don Stanfield, Harold Sitzman.
' THIRD ROW: Spencer Konpanfz, Dean Robertson, Burt Nelson.
Have you got a broken leg, neck or clavicle? . . . do you ache in embarrassing
places? . . . do you jump with joy when a blizzard is forecast? . , . then you
must be a member if the Ski Club . . . they spend as much time as they can
at the Bear Canyon ski run perfecting their technique . . . on the campus
they are active in organizing ski meets and arranging various entertainments
of interest to skiers.
Open your mouth . . . stick out your tongue , . . say ahhh . . . ahhh to you,
too . . . these girls are supposed to know your inside story . . . when they
come at you with a thermometer or syringe, don't hate them, they mean Well
, . . their organization is composed of nursing students on the campus and at
the Bozeman Deaconess Hospital , . . they get together frequently for technical
discussions, lectures by local doctors and work of interest to them.
Grown-up Head, Heart, Hands, Health kids . . . they no longer have time
for the usual 4-H projects, but they do get together frequently for discussion
and promotion of 4fH work and also for an occasional fling . . , in spite of
the fact that they are now college students, they are interested in the goings-on
of their younger confreres in their home-town schools and do what they can
to give advice and assistance.
Commonly called plow-jockeys by engineers and other self-esteemed sophisticates
. . . it's all done by the Ferguson system now, fellows . . . grandmaw doesn't
pull the plow' any more . , . this huge club, probably the biggest on the campus,
does numerous things of merit throughout the year, besides having the usual
luncheon meetings . . . they put on the Little International Livestock Show,
sponsor judging contests and even have picnics with the Home EC. girls . .
Yn ter- Cl: ul-cl: Council
They keep the peace among the church-goers , . . two representatives from each
local church meet to further interdenominational amity and to plan church func-
tions throughout the year . . . campus religious activities are sponsored by the
group Working with members of their respective churches . . . religious activities
of campus and city correlated.
BACK ROW lleft to rightbt Father Don Skinner, Dr. Burlingame, Doug Morrison. Paul
Uhlrich, James Milne, Kenneth Rennick.
FRONT ROW: Pat Geary, Janice Chrestensen, Jean George, Mary Willick.
Well, they're civil most of the time . . , but not when someone spills ink on
one of their complicated stress diagrams . . . they meet and eat like everybody
else, except they discuss bridges and beams, transits and train-tracks, stresses and
strains and other fascinating and pertinent topics . . . one of the oldest clubs on
the campus, too, dating back to 1908 when it was called the Civil Engineering
Society . , . aged, but not decrepit.
Tom Dolan, President
f'lai Kappa Phi
Somebody said you either got it or you ain't . . . they got it . . . brains, that
is . . , do you realize it takes an 86 average or rank in the upper one-fifth of
the senior class to get into this bunch? . . . a positively depressing number of
grade points . . . an accumulation of A's most of us are in no danger of collecting
. . . besides promoting high grades, this organization doesn't do much . . .
what do you Want, blood?
l402,ld Chi Sigma
Do you recognize some of your favorite teachers in the front row here? . . . you
don't? . , . well, chemistry and chemical engineering are such difficult subjects
to make appealing to the masses . . , and that's just what these boys are studying
. . . wonder how they find time to have as many dances and luncheon meetings
as they do? . . . one of their principal delights is thinking up those fiendish
displays for the High School Week open house.
Graeme Baker, President
l402,ld P i Omega
This comparatively new organization H9453 embraces the campus Thespians
. . . you know, matinee idols, theater-folk . . . alas, poor Yorick, they know
him well . . . occasionally they forget a line or two, but Yorick they know well
. . . their one-acters are always excellent, if less known than the big, quarterly
productions . . . anyway, if you're good at emoting in public, you'll probably
wind up in Alpha Psi Omega , . . then it's up to the talent' scouts.
FIRST ROW fleft to rightb: Ann Aikens. Gloria Sampson, Edmund Lee.
SECOND ROW: Phyllis Tapor, Gyla Marmont, Bunny Seidensticker, Gladys Anderson.
THIRD ROW: Arnold Draper. Betty Jean Loch, Lowell Seidensticker, Virginia Barnett.
Aiken 11 Sampson, President
dlplaa Tau belta
Do you feel sick? . . . well, these girls know how it is . . . at least they should
know . . . they're all candidates for bachelor's degrees in nursing , . . smart
ones, too . . . in company with their sister unit at Great Falls, they work to
foster high scholarship and desirable qualities in future nurses . . . many of
them plan to go into teaching and administrative work upon graduation , . . thus
they are getting bachelor's degrees in addition to their regular training.
Galt, Thomas, Kennedy
ls your hair standing on end? , . . it is? . . . well, some prankish electrical
engineer is probably applying 200 volts to you just for the jolt of it . . , stranger
things have happened in EE lab . . . have you seen their electric chair, or Watched
them fry eggs on a cake of ice? . . . when do they find time for the serious stuff?
. , . such as discussion meetings, High School W'eek displays and lectures
must be strength in numbers.
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chneider, Ulhrich, Frazer, Heidt.
Every student in the art department can be, and usually is, a member of the
Art Club , . . they dabble and daub and it comes out a picture . . . maybe a
Rembrandt lurks in their midst . , . who knows? , , . they sponsor local art
exhibits and coin a few honest pennies Knot of their own designj on the side by
selling some of the objets . . . and look at the art work in this book.
O, ye of Catholic faith! . . . gather together and join the Newman Club . . .
many devotional as well as purely social functions, skating parties, all school
dances, etc., are held throughout the year . . . large turnouts at all of them . . .
they boast the largest membership of any religious club on the campus . . . while
they're at it, boasting that is, their church building is the largest in Bozeman, too.
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Mr. Sanford Wheeler.
The busy drama department is under the direction of Mr. Sanford Wheeler,
graduate of UCLA CA, BJ and Cornell QM. AJ . . , Mr. Wheeler came to
Montana State in 1946 from Huntington, West Virginia, where he was Director
Mr. Wheeler at work.
"Theater of the Soul," a one-act play by Evernov. presented
in the l,ittle Theater last summer quarter.
Summer 771 eater
An original one-act play, 'In a
Mirror, Darkly," by Gene Feist,
freshman in secretarial studies.
"The Brass Halo," third of a series
of oneeact summer productions, also by
an Nl. S. C. student, Don Sayatovich. '
the fall play-
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Skin o Our eetln
Anderson, Aikens, Morrison, Lansing.
Lansing, Aikens, Anderson
Scenes from the
1946 production of
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talk the situation over dramatically,
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What's that noise? . . . that not noise, that's the orchestra . . . that's what I
said . . . it's not really noise, Mr. Sedivy . . . they practice so hard and this is
the thanks they get . . . really an indispensable adjunct to college life . . , music,
.ll all our better functions.
Head of Department: L. E. OPP
Pride of Lou Howard and of MSC . . . it don't always come out which is
blowed in , . . but it always sounds good to us . . . some people join the band
just to go on band trips . . . it is rumored that, in the past, things went on
during these trips . . . will thc girls change all that? . , . wc arcn't fussy, who's
got a piccolo?
Director: CONRAD SANDVIG
Oh, those pear-shaped tones , . . always the mouth is open . . . and they get
applauded for it . . . some people aren't so fortunate . . . if you like to sing.
the chorus wants you . . . that is, if you can sing , . . no complaints so far, so
it must be all these boys and girls can sing. . . they do sing, anyway. every now
and then . . . but not often enough , . . we should hear more from the chorus.
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These men deserve much credit
for the superb coaching and
training job which was in a
large measure responsible for the
best season that M. S. C. fans
have seen in many years.
Adam Marshall, Halfback
Harry Perrigo, Halfback George Rumberger, End Bill Nelson, Left Half
The Harbor Bowl game, the Rocky
Mountain Conference championship,
the hard, twisting, running of 'ARed"
Brooks, the Bourdet-to-Kampf combi-
nation, the crowd-pleasing brand of
playing and the fighting spirit the
UCats" carried into every gamefthese
things will be remembered by the aver-
age fan as typical of the '46 season.
Mark Hampton, Fullback
Billy Odneal, Right Guard Len Larson, Right Tackle Ben Auck, Right Guard
In the first game in five years on Gatton
Field the "Cats" took a close 13-12 Win
from Brigham Young University . . .
After much more practice on the "T"
formation, which was used for the first
time at Montana State, they traveled
south to Colorado where they tied a
game with Colorado College.
Neil Brooks, Fullback
Charles Masten, Center Gene Miles, Right Halfback Earl Nadeau, Center
Snow on the field
Continuing on to Logan, Utah, they
suffered their first defeat of the season
at the hands of the Aggies from Utah
State, who came out on the long end
of a 28-14 score . . . Their next game
was the traditional battle with the Griz-
zlies from the U , . . When the gun
sounded, the Grizzlies had taken their
tenth straight game from the "Cats"
with a 20-7 score,
James O'Laughlin, H
Ben Kampf, Halfback William Boston, Center
Dick Ball, Left Gua a"'lf
They then returned to Colorado where
they handed the Colorado State College
a 27-7 trouncing . . . Going on to Reno,
Nevada, they came up against their
toughest opponents of the season . . .
Nevada U., at the time the nation's top
team in the passing department, took
to the air to beat the powerhouse the
Bobcats proved themselves to be. Final
Ken Card, End Ed. Berger, Halfback
Mike McCormick, Left End
Gene Bourdet, Quarterback
Returning home they rolled over U. of
Portland with a 19-6 score and then on
an icy, muddy home field the "Cats"
again proved their power with a 39-18
victory over the North Dakota State
"Bisons' '... Then at Golden, Colo-
rado, the final gun signalled a 45-7
victory and the championship of the
Rocky Mountain Conference for the
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U. of Wyoming ....
Eastern College of Education
Eastern College of Education
Utah State College
U. of Utah . .
U. of Iowa .....
Kansas State College . . .
U. of Omaha .....
U. of South Dakota , . .
Morningside College , . .
St. Thomas .....
North Dakota State College
Idaho Southern ....
Idaho Southern ....
Colorado State College . .
Colorado State College
Colorado School of Mines
Colorado School of Mines
North Dakota State Teachers
North Dakota State Teachers
Montana State U,
Montana State U.
Western State College
Western State College
Montana State U.
Montana State U.
Coach Breeden and Bobcat cage fans may well be proud of the record of the team this
year. The Cats won 25 of their 35 games, and captured the Rocky Mountain Conference
and the Montana title.
More than 120 men reported for practice at the beginning of the season and out of
these, eight were lettermen. When the official season started the Bobcat lineup was made up of
the following men: Jim Anderson, Bob Blodgett, Eddie Collins, Boyd DeTonancour, George
Hossack, Mike McCormick and Dick Wollin in the forward positions. The centers were Glenn
Gordon, Joe Kelly, Spencer Koppang and Joe Mathias: the guard slots were filled by Cliff
Brisbin, Tom Brown, Ray Kuka, Walt Narkevic, Bill Peden, Dean Robertson and Tom Stach-
wich. The traveling team Was: Koppang, Kelly, DeTonancour, Narkevic, Brown, Gordon,
Kuka, Robertson, McCormick, and Stachwich,
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A record turnout of more than seventy men reported for basketball practice at the first
of the season. This made it necessary for Coach Brick Breeden to divide them into the Blue
and Gold squads so that he could select his team from all this talent.
The Blues and the Golds took two games apiece from the Red Lodge Eagles and Montana
State Normal in pre-season games.
At the official start of the season Brick had chosen those men who were to make up the
full Bobcat team for the year. In their first official game of the season the Cats dropped a duo
to the sky-scraping Cowboys from Wyoming by scores of 40-52 and 50-56. The Eastern
College of Education came to Bozeman and gave the Bobcats two hard-fought games but were
unable to get on the winning end of the score either night. Score first night, 49-45: second
Over the Christmas holidays Coach Breeden took his men on an experience-gaining, barn-
storming trip through Utah, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and North and South Dakota. They
opened their tour by dropping a close game to the Utah Aggies by a score of 50-54. Then
they moved on to the University of Utah for their second game.
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The Cats lost this one by a decisive score of 29-65. Traveling east into Iowa they lost
another one to the University of Iowa by a score of 49-76. About this time the Cats started
playing some fine ball for they came out on the long end of the score in the next three games.
They drubbed the University of Omaha with a score of 66-39 and then went on into South
Dakota where they took a 63-59 win over the University of South Dakota. In their game
with Morningside College the Cats held the winning margin of a 62-54 score at the final gun.
The Bobcats winning streak was broken by St. Thomas who took a 44-47 win over them. In
their last game of the tour they handed the Aggies of North Dakota a 59-44 loss and then
headed home for a well deserved rest. The Bobcats started 1947 by taking two wins from
Idaho Southern with scores 61-48 and 57-46. The next week end Colorado State split a pair
with the Cats by winning the second night's game 51-55 after losing the first game 56-44.
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Four straight wins came in a row when the Bobcats trounced the Orediggers from Colo-
rado, 62-45 and 52-37, and then sent the North Dakota Teachers home stinging from 55-31
and 72-35 losses.
Play for the Montana title started with the Cats splitting a pair with the playboys from
Missoula. The first game went to the Bobcats, 64-52. and the second to M. S. U., 55-74.
Conference play got off to a good start when the cagecats dealt a dual drubbing to West-
ern State College by scores of 74-29 and 68-40. They met Idaho Southern again and won
the first game, 58-44, but the second went to the Bengals by a smarting 46-48 score, The
Rocky Mountain Conference champions were decided when the hardwood hoopsters of Mon-
tana State College trounced Colorado College, 7l-63 and 65-49. Two nights after winning
the conference title the Bobcats entertained the Montana University Grizzlies. The Playboys
did not get on the winning end of the score either and the Aggies from the State College added
the Montana trophy to their conference title.
As a result of winning the Montana title the Bobcats were eligible to participate in the
National Tournament at Kansas City. They were eliminated from further play in a story-book
thriller of a gfme with Houston U. With but a few seconds of play left in the game Houston
took the ball out of bounds, then drove it in to set up the winning play, 58-60.
DeTonancour goes up after ball and gets his Anybody's ball yet.
eyes full of fingers for his trouble.
Boyd DeTonancour Walt Narkevic Ray Kuka
That fellow from Idaho wrestles, too
McCormick out-jumps a playboy
in Missoula game. '
Jumping Joe" Kelly in action
Stachwich adds two points
to the score.
Going out of bounds
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Robertson drives thru for a good one.
The tipoff in the Western State game.
Is that ball going in?
They sure took a lot of pictures at that Idaho game
Peden ready to take another one off the backhoard. McCormick makes a nice push shot
Gordon makes one, too.
There I was at 30,000 feet.
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His skis didn't throw up all that snow!
The Montana State College ski team, under the
able tutelage of Bob Beck, had a highly success-
ful season. They took many trips, the most
famous being to Sun Valley and the most suc-
cessful being to Banff.
The ski lodge-home of broken bones, bruises, and sprains
Here comes a lot of nothin'.
Boxing was another pre-war sport that was renewed this year. Only one meet
was attended by the boxing team this year and that was with Montana U. Eight
bouts were arranged and out of these Montana State won four. Jim McGowan
and Ted Hunter, of the 130-pound class, were given forfeitures, while in the
165-pound class John McClellan and John Gerry took a decision over their
Front row, left to right-Jim McGowan, Ted Hunter, Lee Lear.
Back row-Bud Clark, John Gerry, Dan Kilbride, John McClellan.
Callantine in a hammer lock.
Wrestling was another sport which was put back on the active list this year.
Only one meet was scheduled for the mat men this year, This was with the
grunt and groan artists from the U, Out of the eight matches scheduled M. S. C.
Won seven, Three by falls, three by forfeitures and one by a decision. The one
match lost was by a decision.
Front row. left to right- Jim Greenslate, Cole. Jim Drummond.
Back row-Virgil Benson, Joe Urick. Rudy Sabo. Jason Callantine.
Alpha Gamma Rho boxing team
In tram arab
Alpha Gamma Rho volleyball team
Kappa Sigma bowling team
Jay Stovall, manager of the
bowling league in '46 and '47
Intramural sports were coached and directed by Bob Fleiger, lVlen's
intramural sports include basketball, volleyball swimming, handball, boxing,
wrestling and bowling. This assures everyone a chance of participating in a
sport of some form.
At the beginning of the basketball season, a record turnout of thirty-two
teams reported. This necessitated the inauguration of a new system. The teams
were divided into two sections, the winners of the first game in one and the
losers in the other. If a team lost two games, they were out of the competition.
This made it more like tournament play and the playing keener. "The Oaks,"
a team of veterans, came through the season undefeated to win the title.
Volleyball was played in two leagues, the Blue and the Gold. This is the
first intramural sport of the year, therefore, there are usually some very close
contests and fine examples of sportsmanship. The Alpha Gamma Rho team
won first place in the Blue league and went on to win the title. The same team
also took first honors in the boxing and wrestling divisions.
Bowling was resumed this year with outstanding success. The league was
run in two rounds with a play-off at the season's close, The first round was
Won by the Kappa Sigma team and the second by the Men's Co-op. The Kappa
Sigma team won the play-off to gain the trophy.
Star Tumbler, Class of '33. His spirit lives on to drive
our tumbling team to more and more victories.
Tumbling was a new sport introduced to Montana State this year. Under the capable direction
of Bob Fleiger this group has given many thrilling performances during the half-time periods
at the basketball games. In the latter part of February they entered the gym tournament at
Colorado State College.
Top row, left to right-Jim Lyons, Jack Foust, Johnnie Omvig.
Bottom rowe-Jack Swift, Wally Leland.
lntermission . . , Pep Assembly . . . Vaccilation? . . . Bowaangf . , . Harbor Bowl . . . Even skiers get cold . . .
More Harbor Bowl . . . Football fans . . . More Bowaangf . . , lVl.S.C. I3-New Mexico 13 at Harbor Bowl
. . . Did it fall in? . . . Hollywood prospect . . . Bobcat Band, full dress parade . . . Sports editor and staff.
Sharpening their eyes and coordination for outdoor tennis.
Women lf Sperm
Miss Hoseaus has done a very capable job as instructor
and she has injected into the various sports a spirit of fun
and enjoyment. The VJ. A. A, is open to all women and
it is through this organization that the women work for
points toward their sweaters and trophies. All tournaments
and games are under its authority, The Spartanians is the
honorary athletic fraternity for upperclass Women. Their
general aim is to promote womens sports at M. S. C. and
they have charge of the officiation and coaching of all
ls at plug'
Oh, for the life of a lifeguard
They practice cupids art.
There are a wide variety of sports offered at M. S. C.
and every girl on the campus has the chance of par-
ticipating in any of them. Volleyball, basketball.
swimming and badminton are Well attended during
the fall and Winter quarters and in the spring, tennis.
archery, softball and golf are the popular sports.
There are several awards given at the end of each
year to the individuals and organized houses which
have the greatest number of points to their credit.
This is one way to. get a date
for Sadie Hawkins day.
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Show Ring, Little International
Robert Kropp Charles Bick
Grand Champion Showman, 1942 Reserve Champion Showman, 1942
The Little International is again back on the campus, having been discontinued since 1942. It
is one of tlte outstanding events and is sponsored by the Ag Club. Over S600 in awards and
trophies are given at this show that is patterned after the International Livestock Show at Chi-
cago. Joe Urick and Jim Drummond were co-managers of this all-school activity this year.
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President - - -
First Vice President - -
Second Vice President
House Manager -
Social Chairman -
Fran Oswald-Phi Kappa Phi, XVho's Who , . .
- Pat Geary
- Lois Hoyt
Ruth Dobler-editor of Ex
ponent, Phi Sigma, Student Senate, Board of Publications, P. N. C. C. delegate
Pat Geary-president of A, W. S., Who's Vwfho . . . Vivian Heald-secretary
of Spurs, president of Alpha Lamba Delta.
The house we live in . . . Klondike Kate and Kronies , . . Here's how! . . . Black-eyed beauty . Going down?
. . . Happy about somepin' , . . Oh, the AGD's are happy . . . Contemplarion . . . The Helmuzlle kzd
gosh! . . . Pin-up gals , . . Gabbin' before bed. . . Rub-a-dub-dub. Bucky . . . Lucku duck . . Mrs Plew
First row-Frances Oswald, Pat Geary, Ruth Dobler, Marvel Braziel, Pat Chapman, Betty Anne Haeckel,
Selma Lee Frazer, Barbara Beers, Helen Buckhouse.
Second row-ALois Hoyt, Alice Johnson, Marjorie Pott, Agnes Raeen, Pauline Davis, Mildred Hageman,
Linda Bliler, Alberta Bohn, Lois Cass.
Third row-Patty Davidson, Betty Cole Davis, Marion Driscoll, Jean Fraser. Vivian Heald, Donna Holm,
Florence Koenig, Beryl Lane. Doreen Miller.
Fourth row--Ann Ragen, Eula Ring, Trilby Roser, Dorris Seel, Frances Schellhorn, Aina Alm, Evelyn
Betz, Shirley Brooks, Joan Culbertson.
Fifth row-Wilma Davis, Mary Ann Dockery, Pat Haeckel, Helen Hammerstrom, Adele Hansen, Pat Janke,
Ruth Killeen, Betty Kuhr, Pat Lavery.
Sixth row-Pat Lavin, Margaret Marintette, Yvonne McLeish. Marian Mitchell, Coleen Reynolds, Martha
Saunders, Rhua Slavens, Virginia Small, Joyce Smith.
Seventh row-Lorraine Weedman, Marcia Smith, Elizabeth Tabor, June Tracy, Joyce Trlbble, Elsie Varcoe,
Not pictured-Jean Warden, Jerry Weir, Jane Matzke Ronning, Margaret Waltari.
14 pina Omicron Pi
President - - - Ruth MacDonald
Vice President - - Gladys Anderson
House Manager - - - Doris Miller
Social Chairman - - Jean Robinson
Rushing Chairman - - Jane Gilbert
Ruth MacDonald-secretary of Student Senate, Mortar Board, Who's VVho . . .
Martha Wright-president of Phi Upsilon Omicron and Mortar Board, High
School Week Committee , . . Elaine Guth-president of W. A. A .... Cwyla
Marmont---president of Spartanians . . . Virginia Boid-vice president A. W. S.
. . . Lila Swan-president of Spurs,
Brick mansion . . . Profitable prediction . . . Senior threesome . . , Madam Marmont . . . Bare shoulders
. . . Hang on! . . . Irish in heaven . , . Jean, Jane, Joan . . . Spring in Bozeman . . . Miss Ritchie.
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First row-Ruth McDonald, Gladys Anderson, Mary Baarson, Rachel Batch, Virginia Boid, Ruth Boller,
Helen Boller, Helen Boylan, Anita Bruce, Rosalie Coleman.
Second row-Betty DeKay, Betty Lou Eck, Jeanne Emery, Blanche Franklin, Geraldine Fitzgerald. Joan
Funk, Jane Gilbert. Elaine Guth, Betty Lou Hoffman, Jean Lenham.
Third row.-Julie Johnson, Gyla Marmont, Ann Mercer, Doris Miller, Nina Murfitt, Gloria O'Connell,
Mary Lou Pasha, Terry Ransier, Eileen Reiquam, Marjorie Roberts.
Fourth row-Jean Robinson, Gloria Sampson, Barbara Simpson. Margaret Ann Simpson, Nancy Stenson,
Jeanette Stevens, Rachel Strobel, Lila Swan, Phyllis Todd, Eloise Van Den Bieson.
Fifth row-Beverly Vatcher, Audrey Wendell, Lavonne West, Helen Wolf, Martha Wright, Marion Amos,
Joyce Baker, Beverly Blackwood, Harriet Burns, Connie Campbell.
Sixth row4Albina Crottoeini, M'Lis Eaton, Hollie Hardy, Helen Hoffman, Pat Horrom, Shirley Ann Hould,
Eunice Hunt, Kathleen James, Dolores Johnson, Leona Logan.
Seventh row-Jean Marquis, Mary McAuliffe, Margie Morrow, Helen McLeod, Joan McLaren, Nancy Nye.
Martha Lee Pope, Clara Mae Quinnell, Helen Reese, Dorothy Swanby.
Eighth row-Shonnie Richter, Joyce Rowse, Frances Schwanakamp, Bernette Stiff.
Not pictured-Marjorie Frazer, Glendamae Chadbourne, Avril Zigay.
President - - Pat Burke
Vice President - - Irene Sherrow'
Treasurer - - - Beverly Harrison
Secretary - - - Ann Aikens
Pledge Mother - - Betty Fry
Ann Aikens--president of Phi Sigma, secretary of Alpha Psi Omega, Who's
Who . . . Irene Sherrow-president of Pi Omega Pi, secretary of Mortar Board
. . . Pat Burke-president of Panhellenic Council, Who's Who . , . Jean
Stephenson-Who's Who, secretary of Phi Upsilon Omicron.
uad F . . . Ready for study . , . Jest for fun . . . Nice out? . . , Sittin' on the steps
. Bunny and Corrine , . , Borrowed from brother? . . . Three in white . . . Mrs. Seidlitz.
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First rowvElaine Burke, Irene Sherrow, Ann G. Aikins, Janice Gaines, Lida. Loffel, Terrie McBride,
Pamp Oglesby, Neva Todd, Helen Bottomly.
Second row-Jeanne Dolliver, Betty Fry, Joyce Mansbridge, Marie Mysee, Jane Oliver, Marilyn Smith,
Sindy Snyder, Jean Stephenson, Ruth Mae Poetter.
Third row-Dorothy Jane Bruce Traver, Rita Wolfe, Marilou Adamson, Betty Lee Bath. Nora Connelley,
Joyce Cooper, Jean Dorsett, Loraine Eaton, Beverly Harrison.
Fourth row-Evelyn Harrison, Marjorie Huffman, Bunny Jackson, Ann Lunday, Corrine Moger, Georgia
Mooney, Grace Nissen, Alice Olds, Joyce Shiriton.
Fifth rowgJoyce Russell Vorrell, Alice Marie Aughney, Barbara Dell, Doloris Frisell, Barbara Duncan,
Margaret Fisher, Shirley Gilmer, Clarice Graves, Alma Jean Herminghaus.
Sixth row-Joan Hoiness, Ruth Johnson, Marilyn Kremer, Elaine Lamb, Patricia McNerney, Bernice
Mysse, Jo Ann Peck, Vera Rita.
Seventh row-Alice Stork, Grace Wiprud, Mary Ellen Zinnecker, Judy Mead, Pat Collins Uncles.
Not pictured-Doris Breimo, Dorothy Butler, Adena Parsons, Patricia Hammond, Dolores Quayle, Lois
Rundle, Arlyn Sampson.
President - - - - Alice Hughes
Vice President - - Ruby Tretheway
House Manager - - - Dorothy Knesal
Social Chairman - - Mildred Ehlenburg
Rushing Chairman - - Marjorie Kasky
Alice Hughes-A. W. S. Council, W. A. A. Council, Spartanian, Panhellenic
Council, Phi Sigma . . . Dorothy Callan-Phi Sigma, A. VJ. S., Big-Little
Sister Committee, Panhellenic Council, Pep Club . . . Marj. Kasky-vice presi-
dent of Delta Phi Delta, treasurer A, W, S., Standards Committee . . . Charlotte
Winkelman-president of pledge class, president of Junior Panhellenic Council.
On Cleveland . . . Is she heavy? . . . Little girl . . . W'here there are hula maids . . . there is
the navy . . , Some Sunday morning . . . Jackie . . . Foxy doings . . . You try it . . . Nice
setup . . , What's up! . . . Saturday , . . Mrs. Harris.
First row-Alice Hughes, Dorothy Callan, Shirley Cole, Phyllis Fox, Marjorie Kasky, Dorothy Knesal,
Ruby Mitchell, Marjorie Staudenmeyer, Elvira. Stefanie.
Second rowwRuby Trethway, Mildred Ehlenberg, Alice Erb, Dorothy Frankovich, Lois Jean Jensen, Amarlys
Moecher, Doris Rogers, Betty Watson, Ruth Anderson.
Third row-Myrna Anderson, Lila Mae Bean, Myrtle Brown, Gladys Chesnover, Coleen Crummy, Jerry
Halford, Ileana Hanson, Mary Harbred, Wallene Hoekett.
Fourth row-Shirley Johnson, Louise Ketterer, Anne Lane, Dorothy Loch, Mildred Mountioy, Madge Niven,
Fifth row-Helen Simpson, Patricia Stenjhem, Helen Storey, Ann Claire Thompson, Charlotte Winkelman.
Pi Zeta Pi
President - - - Elinor Arneson
Vice President - - Rausie Solberg
House Manager - - Gladys Miller
Pledge Mother - - - Pat Robinson
Rushing Chairman - - Tod Haglund
Rausie Solberg-Who's Who, Home Ec. Club president . . , Gladys Miller4
chairman of Standards Committee, president of Quadrangle Board, Student
Union Board . , . Pat Galt-vice president of Spurs, treasurer of Sophomore
class . . . Carol Kelly-president of Hamilton Hall.
Quad D . . . lVhose rushin' . , . Where's the dummy? . . . From the bottom of the deck
'White sidewalls . . . Carol S .,.. Rushing someone . . . You old meanie . . . First verse
Spring cleaning . . . Name il.
First row-Elinor Arneson, Betty Germeraad, Rausie Lou Solberg, Pat Robinson, Helenray Randall, Jean
Swanson, Marilyn Thorpe, Frances Teslow. Joy Reeder.
Second row-Mary Ruzicka, Eleanor Marx, Mary Hansen, Frances Galt, Dorothy Cantrell Balch, Gladys
Miller, Nancy Austin, Tod Haglund, Janice Chrestensen.
Third row-Betty Arm Eik, Carol Seebart, Ruth Aclaire Morris, Linda Lee Smith, Mary Kay Archibald.
Betty West, Jeanne Klousie, Rosemary Perkins, Grace Franzen.
Fourth row--Patricia Galt, Margaret Cruttenden, Marta Story, Elaine Wolfe, Muriel Miller, Sara Jane
Forgy, Barbara Bunnell, Judy Belshaw, Barbara Frey.
Fifth row-Hortense Jennings, Margaret Lewis, Jane Howell, Jean Lloyd, Dorothy Garrard, Bobby Lou
Davis, Barbara Birkeland, Candy Davis, Kay McConnell.
Sixth row-Pat Rafferty, Carol Kelly, Theresa Lone, Marjorie Mikalson, June Wismeyer, Joyce Shively,
Bonnie Shotwell, Shirle Steel, Betty Arneson.
Seventh row--Peggy Berryman, Betty Lou DeRooy, Pat Miller, Olive Rathman, Joan Logan, Caroline
Fritz, Joan Allen.
Eighth row-Esther Lee Davidson, Donaleen McRae, Arlene Tutvedt, Lois Jean Rinan.
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President - - - Bob Balch
Vice President - - Dale Lynch
Secretary - - Joe Urick
Treasurer - - Kenneth York
Bob Balch-Senior class president, XVho's Who, Student Senate, treasurer of
Les Bouffon , . . Dale Lynch-president of Newman Club, secretary of
Club, member of Social Committee, Student Senate, Who's Who, lnterchurch
Council, Alpha Zeta . . . Joe Urick--president of Alpha Zeta, co-manager of
The White House . . . That time of the year . . . B. T. O ,... That did it . , . New initiates
. , . Is it alive? . . . Bold knights . . . Dead end . . . "Boogie" Balch . . . This side up, please!
. . , Double trouble . . . Easier here.
First row-Robert Balch, George Barth, Richard Bing, Don Davison, James Drummond, Charles Elliot,
Dave Ferguson, Ray Greer, James Greenslate, Harold Gunderson.
Second row-Joe Kirschir, Robert Kach, Robert Lillegard, James Lunney, Dale Lynch, Joe Quinn, Magnar
Ronning, James Rose, Dana Schruprl, Keith Seaton.
Third row-Ken Shearer, Dale Skalwie, Bobby Siebrasse, Don Stanfield, Don Stevens, Harold Strommes,
John R. Thompson, Orville S. Thompson, Don Torrell, Joe Urick.
Fourth row-Jack Vandavere, Les Vanvig, Don Voelker, George Watson, Robert Watson, Willie West,
Clair Willits, Ken York, Archie Bishop, Robert Blenl-zner.
Fifth row-Harold Cantrell, Les Clark, Phillip Haglund, John Hall, Lee Lear, Russell Lynch, Jack Nelson,
Sixth row-James Paugh, Earl Peace, Eugene Pederson, Don Rose, Hans Sylling, Paul Uhlrick.
President - - - Bob Ryan
Vice President - - Bob Hoffman
House Manager - - Bruce McKee
Emil Blazina-vice president of Associated Students, treasurer of "M" Club,
president of Kappa Sigma, '46 . . . Ed Eck-president of Ski Club, Drum
Major, treasurer of Architect Club.
Closest to campus . . . Cute, isn't she? , . . The pipe . . . Lovely lemon . . . More pipe dreams
, . . Buddies . . . Beyond the garbage cans . . . Mrs. Boylan.
First row-Norman Gilchrist, Emil Blazina, Edward Chauner, Robert Dyer, Emil Barrow, Paul Hinpely,
Raymond Howard, James Karlberg, Donald Scharff, Robert Tietjen, Robert Warden.
Second row--Raymond Bieber, Eugene Coleman, George Corrv, John Drum, Donald Fisk, Paul Grammens,
Wayne Huffman, Gordon McLeod. John Miller, John Mortensen, Ernest Neumann.
'l'hir drow-Oscar Novak, Harold Young, William Brolin, Edward Eck, Richard Farrand, Raymond Froelich,
Louis Gates, Kenneth Heen, Robert Hoffman, Delroy Hollern, Herman Huisenga.
Fourth row-William Krismer, Robert Larson, Carson May, Raymond Nordqulst, H. W. Norville, Paul
Paddock, Wallace Rehberg, Charles Ronning, James Ross, Robert Ryan, Robert Siverts.
Fifth row-Jay Stovall. Robert Tremper, Robert Wix, Delmar Zezula, Ralph Clark, Roger Briggs, David
Davidson, George Engstrom, Harold Freeman, .James Frisbie. Donald Hauck.
Sixth row-Henry Lorentz, Donald Marriage, Lyle Nadeau. Robert O'DonneZl, Jack Owen, Don Clark,
James Payne, Edward Sikora, Ray Urbach, Carl Anderson, Ray Batey.
Seventh row-Warren Carlson, Robert Dean, Hector Durocher, Gene Gilman, Harold Husebye, Kenneth
Jones, Malcolm McRae, Mons Monson, John O'Brien.
Eighth row-Nels Olin, William Olson. Jack Robinson, Robert Smith, Dean Stovall, Wayne Walker.
Not pictured-Pat Barrett, Jim Bertrand. Gordon Briscoe, Joe Corcoran, Bob Cunningham, Albert Curry,
John Dimock, Bob Edwardsx Doc Farrand. John Fowler, Fred Fernstrom. Dale Gullings. Manuel
Gonzalyes, Galen Lindner, Bill Keenan, Edgar Johnson, John McDonnell, Bruce McKee, Micky Mc-
Roberts, Aaron Schenck, Paul Scotten, George Urbach.
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President - - - John Gordon
Vice President - - Louis Blenkner
Social Secretary - - - Franklin Matsler
Rushing Chairman - - William Armstrong
Louie Blenkner-cast of 'AThe Male Animal," "A Doctor in Spire of His
Wife," and "Queen for a Day," Les Bouffon member, Alpha Psi Omega
John Gordon-Commissioner of Demonstrations, Les Bouffon member.
201 So. Third , . . Lowe . . . Comparing foliage . . . To class, fellas . . . Whose 1'
, . . Yukon days . . . Whatta show . . . Snorin' Gordon.
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First row-John Gordon, Roscoe Bellingham, Ray Brown, Robert Traver, James Traver, Felix
Ken Schmidt, Louis Blenkner.
Second row-Robert Bradford, Paul Bundy, William Armstrong, Frank Matsler, Joe Gibbons,
Cameron, Wayne Bertholt, Rod Peterson.
Third row-Charles Goedecke, Bruce Johnson, Earl Bradford, Robert Craig, Don Dophins, Mark
Jay Juhannson, James Leary.
Fourth row-Elmer Dahlberg, Edward Ellis, Leonard Gustafson, Clark McKee, Ted Allen, Charles
Denny Condotta, Leonard Etchart.
Fifth row-Wayne Reed, Harold Yaeger, Robert Baker, Donald Jackson, Clayton Peterson, Keith
Howard Schlieman, Dwayne Siperly.
Sixth row-Jay Vollin, Samuel Bell, Richard Miller, William Blenkner. Clarence Swanson. Kermit
Homer Hanson, James Daley.
Not pictured-William Reid, Fred Staudaher, Clarence Mehl, John Penwell, Wilbur Dow, Robert Bauch,
Kenneth Young, Robert Bauch.
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Eminent Archon - - - Bob Boyd
Eminent Deputy Archon - - Dan O'Brien
House Manager - - - - Ralph Winnes
Social Chairman - - - Andy Dingman
Rushing Chairman - - Bob Henderson
Maury Guay-Les Bouffon, president of Associated Students . , . Bob Boyd
-president of Interfraternity Council . . . Bob Henderson--business manager
of Exponent, member of Student Gripe Committee . . . Jim Good-Assistant
business manager of Exponent, member of Fangs.
Outside . . , Inside . . . Poore boy . . . Some of the mob . . . On way to convention , . . Mz'nerva
. . . Ridin' high . . . Brothers . , . Looks good . . , Where have you been? . . . Mom Lewis.
First row-Jack Galt, Kenneth Baugh, Eldon Dahl, Richard Fagenstrom, Kenneth Frazer, Maurice Guay,
Thomas Hawksworth, Russel Houghton, Emil Kindschy, Bill Lundberg, Dan O'Brien.
Second row-Walter Parock, Howard Schlepp, Dean Vaughn, John Barnes, Chester Belden, Gene Bourdet,
Robert Boyd, Lester Crouse, Boyd DeTonaneour, Gilbert Hahn, James Kelly.
Third row-Ralph Winnes, Robert Myers, George Ruzicka, Lloyd Sandiland, Harold Shotwell, Kenneth
Stanbury, Joseph Stevens, Jim Talcott, Bill Zupan, Robert Henderson, Ray Anpenzeller.
Fourth row-Shirley Ashby, Dick Baker, Robert Chenkovich, Andrew Dingman, Douglas Drysdale, Robert
l P00r, Joseph Eagle, Zales Ecton, Sidney Engstrom, Jim Good, Horace Gregory.
Fifth row-Frank Holman, Earl Johnson, Bob Johnson, John Moorhead, Bud Paulsen, Dan Pyfer, Peter
Roberts, Warren Roberts, Roy Seagren, Rick Sherwood, Robert Stanbury.
Sixth row-Lyle Smith, Jack Bartells, Charles Bentley, Edward Bentley, Robert Bentley, Charles Bliss,
Lawston Burke, Milton Campbell, Donald Conver, Robert Dodson, Jack Griffiths.
Seventh row-Ben Hardin, Edwin Hardy, De Heetderks, John Heetderks, George Zettler, George Kirk,
Murray Lind, Jim Peters, Bob Phillips, John Relchl, Mike Sassano.
Eighth row-Phillip Strobe, Robert Svoboda, Grant Wheeler, Fred Yonkee, Clinton Booker, Donald Jacobson,
Ninth row-Gerald Huff, Gordon Litton, Robert Dingman, George Gale, John Baier, Gerald Hanley.
Not pictured-Dean Hauseman, Roy Hauser, John Ryan, Sam Phillips, Ed Bower, George Bower, Don
Woodside, Robert Clarke.
President - - - Keith McConnell
Vice President - - Bert Sherrow
House Manager ----- Rod Carlson
Social Chairmen - - Cal Hoiland, Verne Hovern
Rush Chairmen - - Tom Eagrelius, Bert Sherrow
Jim Lyons-president of Freshman, Sophomore and Junior classes . . . Stuart
Stone-Phi Eta Sigma, associate editor of Exponent . . . Jack Marquis--Eangs,
president of Sophomore class, Montana Engineer and Montanan staff . , .
Clayton Ward-president of Freshman class.
House on the corner . . . Coffee nerves . . . cheap help . , . Could be spring quarter . . . Goan
someplace . . . Well, shut ma' mouth . . . Looks good . . , Some of the brothers . . . Fearless
Freddie . . . Again . . . Hungry?
Flrst row-Keith McConnell, Richard Carlson, Conrad LaSalle, Bill Taylor, Henry Lydick, Edwin Wismeyer,
Virgil Antonich, Mark Annin. Bill Goan, Allan True, Norman Hansen, Fred Mitchell.
Second row-John Hansen. Vern Hovern, Paul Poirier, Bert Sherrow, Ben Miles, George Hoffman, Don
Lanaohr, James Lyons, Jack McBride, Henry Gay, Allan Eby, Clyde Clark.
Third row-Jim Smith, Phillip Lundy, Maurice Siverton, Dick Wollin, Bill Sippel, Noel Anderson. Jim
O'Neill, Burt Nelson, Robert Miller, George Heide, Dean Moore.
Fourth row-Vernon Keller, Edward Hines, Don Schurch, Ed Garnett, John Smiley, Robert Labrie, Robert
Garnett, Floyd Swenson, Robert Storey, Scott Cooper, Blaine Gustafson, Douglas Morrison.
Fifth row-Frank Heck, Donald Marquis, Herb Anderson, Stewart Stone, Bill Wheeler, Calvin A. Hoiland,
Dave Jondrow, Grant Wooly, Ralph Day, Joe King, Thomas McKeen, Oscar S. Peterson.
Sixth row-John Callantine, Robert Mercer, Mark Edson, Gale Wegner, Marvin Kildahl, Maynard Meyers,
Thomas Dolan. James Barfknecht, Jack Mansbridge, Art Parson, Ralph Hales, Clayton Ward.
Seventh row-John Bullock, Dave Shlvely, Paul Dull, Warren Ross, Harvy Cosner, Clarence Cosner, Dick
Marshall, Marvin Jones, Robert Linfield, Dick Wooley, Paul Milam, Joe Street.
Eighth row-Jim Brown, Jack Bell, Jack Melburn, LeRoy Spain, Peter Decker, Ken Roth, Carroll Butler,
Danny Kilbride, Dwain Meyer. Dick Martinsen.
Ninth row-Allen Hutchinson, Al Croonquist. Dick Miller, Dan O'Nei1l, Bill Williams.
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President - - - Kenneth Humphries
Vice President - - Bill Strickfaden
Social Chairman - - Tom Ryan
Athletic Manager - - John Peterson
James Roach-Alpha Chi Sigma, Les Bouffon, Septemviri . , . Robert Crowe
-Alpha Chi Sigma, "M" Club.
Back to original quarters . . . Let 'em have it! . . . YVho's manager . , . The usual pastime
. . . V for victory . . , Setting up housekeeping . . . lVilde dreams . . . Barbecue . . . Studied sleep.
First row-Kenneth Humphreys. John Frankovich, Jim Roach, Bill Saubert, Jim Schultz, Walt Stokan,
Gene Wilde, Bill Asbury, Floyd Jenni.
Second row-John E. Peterson, Harry Setzman. Bill Strickfaden, Fred Swingle, Blaine Boothe, Buell Burch,
Alex Haburchak, Jed Hunter, Bob Lettinga.
Third row-Bill Marantette, Val Parkes, John Ruess, Art, Roach, Larry Vervoort, Jack Willis, Bob Beaman.
Jim Borer, Keith Boyd.
Fourth row-John Compton, Horace Driver, Jerry Hawk, Jerry Hould, Bob Hosfeld, Wayne Jones, Cal
Luding, Reg MacDonald, Bob Marantette.
Fifth row--Joe Reese, Bill Roach, Tom Ryan. Ed Scharn, Tom Thompson, Stan Wheeler.
Phi Sigma Kappa
President - - Walter Narkevic
Vice President - - - Joe Murray
Secretary - - James Milne
Treasurer - - Ross Peace
Walt Narkevic-co-captain of basketball team , . . Vic Smith-Septemviri,
Les Bouffon, president of Phi Sigma.
The house . , . Posed but not good . . . This one is better . . . Guys and gals . . . Big or little
wheels . . , Some of the gang are tired . . . Narkevic, the chief.
First row-Walter W. Narkevic, Everett Shuey, Robert Baarson, John Cornish, Vic Smith, Harold Johnson
Jr., James Milne.
Second row-Gerry Casman, Ted Paul, Ben Laurenson, Thomas Gountainis, Harold Kortum, John Webster
Third row-Raymond Claus. A. Hightower, Robert Wilson, Larry Rangitsch, Robert Cornish.
Fourth row-John Schwartz, Hershel Birrer, Jerome Jans.
en Z Co-operative
President - - - Marion Hedegaard
Vice President - - - Bob Massing
Secretary-Treasurer - - Dawes Lott
Manager - - - - Jack Rasmussen
The Men's Cooperative is an organization for independent students who work
together to make school more pleasant socially and easier financially,
Shoosh! . . . Chow . . , W'orkz'n' hard . . .K. P ..., Mrs. Johnson.
First row-Marion Hedegard, Alfred Pontet, Gerald Raab, James Sargent, Robert Sargent, Richard Rohdei
Tom Moody, Albert Rasmussen, Larry Erpelding, Ned Wagner.
Second row-David Bossier, John Bequette, Robert Barnes, Robert Massing, Eugene Swank, Cato Jacobson,
Doyle Strandlund, Malcolm Wallen, Charles Dougherty. James Poyter.
Third row-Richard Prescott, John Barton, Robert Wolf, Leroy Stein, Peter Jackson, Robert Itoh, Arnold
Draper, Robert Ashenbrenner, Ted Crater, Hayden Ferguson.
Fourth row-Louis May. Arthur Shaw, Gordon Kiefer, Ardean Fialka, August Ray Wolf. Duane Brobst,
Norman Hanson, Frank McCrackin, John Jeakins.
Fifth row-Ernie Schultz, Elliot Hurtt, Leonard Decco, Walter Luke, Robert Hood, Elden Steifins.
Sixth row-Leroy Neerwold, Byron Nelson. Charles Walton.
Women 14 Co-operative
President - - - Eileen Heleen
Vice President - - - Francis Thomas
Secretary-Treasurer - - Louise Turley
Manager ------ Thelma Stenmark
Social Director - Edythe Turley, Doris Humphreys
The Women's Cooperative is a housing unit for independent women who Work
together toward an enjoyable four years of school at minimum expense.
The house on S. Third . . . Catching up on home town gossip , . . What'cha lookin' at? . . .
Stepdown . . . Gag nineties. , . Off to church . . . Line up , . . Gollg gee! . . . Something
missing? . . . Smiling through . . . The wheel.
First row-Elaine Heleen, Frances Akenson, Barbara Small, Mitzie Booher, Thelma Stenmark. Louise
Turley, Doris Humphreys, Agnes Stene, Edythe Turley.
Second row-Margaret Anderson, Frances Thomas, Helen Paddock, Viola Evans, Ruth Herzog, Patricia
Shrewsbury, Marjorie Sargent, Elaine Fischer, Beverley Needham.
Third row-Rosalie Mueller, Corrine Smith, Ruth Lentz, Patsy Erpelding, Jane Hunter, Shirley Stranlund,
Fourth row-Mabel Morse, Madeline McLauchiin. Peggy McLaughlin, Shirely Jean Furman, Merla Leishman.
President - - - Carol Kelly
Vice President - - - lla Allstat
Secretary-Treasurer - - Ann Lane
Hamilton Hall-the beginning of college life. Conditions were crowded, but
the spirit was unbeatable! The prospect of fine, active college women this year
is especially good.
Freshmarfs paradise . . . Co-eds . . . Looks familiar. , . Posin' . , . Step up! . . . Don't look
intelligent , . . Snoufs deep . . . Mrs. Hiley.
First row-Ila Allstat, Marian Amos, Joan Anderson, Betty Arneson, Alice Marie Aughney, Marjorie
Austin, Dorothy Batch, Gwen Berger, Peggy Berryman, Evelyn Betz, Lucille Blank.
Second row-Carol Berkland, Gladys Campbell, June Claynool, Athalie Collin, Albina Crottogini, Esther Lee
Davidson, Helen Dunbar, Joyce Egeler, Margaret Fisher, Eva Louise Fredrickson, Dolores Frissel.
Third row-Miriam Gesseman, Laura Gloder, Helen Hammerstrom, Anna Marie Hanson, Illena Hanson,
Luclle Hardy, Alma Jean Herminghaus, Shirley Ann Hould, Patricia Hughes, Maria Hyer, Merel Isaacs.
Fourth row-Janet Jones, Edith Jackson, Kathleen James. Mildred Jenni, Doris Johnston, Ruth Johnson,
Clarene Juedeman, Marj Kasky, Carol Kelly, Janice Kenline. Alfredia Kober.
Fifth row-Anne Lane, Margret Lundgren, Dorothy Loch, Joan Logan, Leona Logan, Theresa Long, Barbara
Martin, Judith Meade, Marjorie Mikalson, Pat Miller, Marion Mitchell.
Sixth row-Joyce Murphy, Byrnice Mysse, Ramona McCartin, Joan McLaren, Yvonne McLeish, Helen
McLeod, Donaleen McRae, Barbara Nlckelson, Evelyn Nicholson, Nancy Nye, Audrey Oleson.
Seventh row-Peggy Orcutt, Katherine Perrine, Joan Pintler, Clara Mae Quinell, Joan Rasmussen, Helen
Reese, Lois Rinan, Barbee Robertson, Ann Roseau, Joyce Rowse, Martha Saunders.
Eighth row-Bernice Smith, Helen Smith, Marcia Smith, Joyce Smith, Shirley Steel, Pat Stenhjem, Helen
Storey, Dorothy Swanby, Alice Stork, Elizabeth Tabor.
Ninth row-Myrtle Tannehill, Ann Thompson, Joyce Tribble, Betty Walden, Grace Wiprud, Neva Joyce
Zerts, Avril Zigay, Mary Ellen Zinnecker.
Yndependen t Quad
First row-Helen McCullough, Dorothea Doll, Peggy Conrad, Dorothy McLaughlin, Eileen Penland, Barbara
Clark, Carol Bolmeler, Ann Chrlstenson, Mary Willick.
Second row-Lois Callow, Frances MacGowan, Betty Eakman, Annabelle Nesbit, Laurelie Bolton, Janet
Stentz, Zoe Wilkins, Mary Ryffel, Leila Moniger.
Third row-Pat Jelinek, Alice Sugimoto, Viola Walstad, Helen Mott, Joane Wohlgenant, Betty Jo DePuy,
Irene Giovanlni, Beverly Stearns, Norma Hoy.
Fourth row-Mary Daniels, Ruth Voorhees, Lois Galt, Shirley Kelly, Wilma King. Grace Kurtz, Mira
Lacher, Betty Don McMillan, Peggy Conrad.
Fifth row-Carla Onken, Priscilla Penwell. Lorelei Schaeffler, Carol Scherrer, Ruth Woodruff.
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ROSE MARIE ALLISON, Red Lodge
JEANNE BLONDET, Ennis-Nurses Club 1
MARY BOTKIN, Glasgow-Student Council 2
JOAN BRAKSTAD, Livingston-Nurses Club 1
HAZEL VIRGINIA BRENDEL, Whitefish-Social
MARGARET JANE BUTTERFIELD, Williston, N. D.
CATHERINE CENTANINO, Red Lodge
ALICE CLARK, Townsend-Nurses Club 13 Independ-
ence Club 13 A. W. S. 13 W. A. A. 1
LUELLA COLE, Plains
EVA COWAN, Chinook-Alpha Tau Delta 1, 2, 33
Nurses Club 13 Co-Editor of Annual 33 A. W. S.3
ELIZABETH CUMMINGS, Plains
MARGARET CAROLINE DORSEY, Harlowton-Stu-
dent Council 1, 23 Annual 2
MARIE ENGMAN, Turin, Alberta, Canada
LlLLIAN ERICKSON, Welling, Alberta, Canada
LORAINE B. FLUEGEL, Belt
DOROTHY GARBER, Fortuna, N. D.-Vice President
of Class 3, Student Council 3
GUNHILD HALLENBERG, Shelby
FRANCES HALLETT, Glasgow
DONNA FAY HANBERG, Fairfield-Nominating Com-
mittee 43 Student Council 43 Beacon Staff 4
HELEN HEVVITT, Anaconda
WINONA HOLLENBECK, Butte
LOIS V. HOPKINS, Custer-Nurses Club 1, 2, Alpha
Tau Delta 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 23 Twirling 23 W. A. A.
1, 23 A. W. S. 1, 23 Kappa Delta
GRACE JOHNSON HOUCHEN, Hartford, Conn.
MARY JO HURLY, Glasgow-Nurses Club 1, 2
CLAIRE JOHNSTON, Butte-Student Council 3, 43
Dramatics 23 Nurses Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 23
Assistant Editor of Annual 43 Class President 3, 43
Alpha Cmicron Pi
JEAN JOHNSTON, Terry
CLAIRE JULIAN, Helena-Deaconess Beacon 4
RENEE KIND, Anaheim, Calif.
MAE KNEBEL, Glendive-Deaconess Beacon 3
DOROTHY KNUDSON, Helena
MYRNA KODALEN, Dodson-Nurses Club 1
BARBARA LARSEN, Harlowton
JOYCE LOGAN, Billings-Social Comm. 25 Student
Council 35 Pres. House Council 3
ROSEMARY LORENSEN, Drummond-Alpha Tau
Delta 2, 3, 45 Nurses Club 1, 2
BETTY MCCAFFERTY, Belt-Nurses Club 15 Student
Council 35 Photography Ed. of Annual 35 A. W. S. 1
MILDRED MAKI, Cascade
BEVERLY ZOE MANLEY, Poplar-Student Council 25
Beacon 2, 35 Social Comm. 1, 2, 3
'SHIRLEY MEHLHAFF, Eureka, S. D.-Alpha Tau
Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 25 Chorus 25 Class Pres. 15
House Manager 15 Student Council 35 Nurses Club
1, 2, Vice Pres. 25 Who's Who 35 Chi Omega
BETTY JANE MEYER, Fairfield-Editor of Beacon
3 5 Business Manager of Annual 2
IDABELLE G. MILLER, Great Falls
ELAINE MORRIS, Ronan-Nurses Club 1
MARIAN OSBORNE, Sidney
SANTA PALUMBO, Redgewood, Brooklyn, N. Y.
DORIS PARSONS, Harlowton-House Chairman 25
Student Council 35 President Student Council 3
SHIRLEY JOYCE BAYNHAM PUTZ, Glasgow
PAULINE MAE RICE, Pendroy
JULIA REID, Billings-Vice President of Class 25 Co-
Editor of Beacon 25 Student Council 3
PHYLLIS ROWLEE, Whitefish-Independent Club 1,
25 Alpha Tau Delta 2, 3, 45 Band and Orchestra
1, 25 Nurses Club 1, 25 A. W. S. 1, 25 W. A. A. 1, 2
JOAN RUMMELL, Helena-Editor of Beacon 25 Stu-
dent Council 25 Class President 35 Secretary of
Student Body 3
CLARICE RUSHER, Glasgow
HELEN SECORA, Big Sandy
WINNIFRED SEIFERT, Shelby
RITA SMITH, Havre
BETTE LOUISE SUMMERVILLE, Fargo, N. D.-
Nurses Club 1, 25 Orchestra 1, 25 Glee Club 25 Stu-
dent Council 45 Social Chairman 1, 25 Vice Pres.
of Student Council 45 Alpha Omicron Pi
GLADYS SHELSTAD, Wagner-Secretary of Student
Body 35 Vice President of Class 3
HELEN L. STIEG, Baker-Nurses Club 1, 25 Student
Council 3, 45 Deaconess Beacon 35 Student Body
LORENE TIHI-STA, Nashua-Student Council 3
AMIE E. TOPE, Fort Benton-Student Council 1
BEVERLY TRIPLETT, Kalispell-Class President 15
Beacon Staff 25 Student Council 3
ELLEN W. WALTON, Ennis
LOLA WILKINSON, Fairfield
PALMA WOLFF, Terry
MARGARET DARLIN G
JEAN SIT ZMAN
ALICE RENO WORTHINGTON
JEANNE MEDFORD AHL, Bozeman
HELEN REED BORDER, Bozeman
JEAN HANSON CLARY, Bozeman-President Class 1,
2, 3, Social Committee 23 Student Council 1, 2, 33
Annual Staff 3
HARRIETTE EDWARDS, Opheim
JACKLYN FORSYTHE, Monida,-Secretary Class 2, 3
MARJORIE FRICKLE, Hardin-Secretary Student
Body 2, 35 Annual Staff 32 Secretayr Class 1, 2, 3
JOYCE GEE, Bozeman-Student Council 23 House
EVA INGRAM, Terry-Social Committee 23 House
Committee lg Vice President of Class 1, 2, 3
CHARLOTTE KNAPP, Oswego
VIVIAN LELACHEUR., Bozeman-Annual Staff 33
Vice President of Student Body 3g Vice President
of Class 1, 3
MARJORIE LOOP, Beach, N. D.
THELMA LORD, Conner-President Class 2, 32 Sec-
retary Class 15 Student Council 1, 2, 3, President
of Student Body 35 House Committee 2
MAIEY MATHER, Lafayette, Ind.-Social Commit-
ee 1, 2
BOLETTA MORSTAD, Outlook
HELEN REIKOFSKI, Columbus-Social Committee 1, 2
PATRICIA STUCKY, Portland, Ore.
MILDRED VOGEL, Bozeman-President Class 1: An-
nual Staff 35 Social Committee 23 Student Coun-
cil 1, 3
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BILLINGS MONTANAN STAFF
Left to right-C. Koga, B. Murphy Cadvisorl, E. Vigus, R.
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GREAT FALLS MONTANAN STAFF
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Third row-D. Harden, L. Raisl, L. Gregg, S. Njaa. L. Gibbons,
J. Fiene, M. Fouse, D. Cate.
GREAT FALLS BEACON STAFF
Front row-Marie Varelia.
Second row-Claire Johnston, Ruth Kruger, Bernadine Martin,
Marvel deYoung:, Beulah Young.
StandingkMary Lou Alley.
BOZEMAN MONTANAN STAFF
First row, left to right-Evelyn Nelson, Eleanor Todd.
Second row-Jean Clary, Lillian Nyman tadvisori, Mildred
Vogel, Vivian LeLacheur, Sylvia Christensen.
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Division, Great Falls
Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital
Supervisor: Miss Maybelle Stensrud
Kennedy Deaconess Hospital
Supervisor: Miss Irene Fisher
Shodair Hospital Division
Supervisor: Mrs. Helen Hagele
Montana State Hospital Division, W'arm Springs
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Montana State Tuberculosis Hospital Division, Galen
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Goznq to classes
Using the back steps
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Ah feel Ah can call yuh fella Montanans,
'cause it's so crowded full of the kind of people
Ah like and an abundance of picturesque coun-
try , . . Ah say, Montana is in reality a true
state of the SOUTH. lt's up there in the north
just to annoy them Yankees. Everybody knows
where the Montanans' spirit of patriotism is.
Half the population is engaged in minin' and
if they can't move the state, at least they're diggin' toward it . . . SGUTH, that is. And it
ain't exactly been a waste of time. They've found copper, gold and silver in their veins . . .
the kind that flows in every true blooded SOUTHERNER that's worth his mettle.
Speakin' about education. Education is a wonderful thing. No college should be without
it, There are some, of course, that get along without it like the Montana State University at
Missoula and don't let anybody fool yuh, They started out to be co-educational and the reason
it ain't co-educational is, that no gal in her right mind would be seen near the place.
Talkin' about feminine pulchritude. Although everything is peaches down in Georgia and
some a them southern belles are quite appealing . . . southern belles , . . apPEALing . . .
that's a joke, son. Don't just sit readin' this like a disillusioned leafless book worm. If yuh
can't laugh, smirk, and if yuh can't smirk, smile, and if yuh can't smile, lift your upper lip
a couple inches. As Ah was sayin,' Montana sure has a lotta pretty gals, Ah once knew one,
but Ah can't remember if she was Helena from Butte or a "Beaut" from Helena. Anyway
we didn't get along so well. Everybody told her Ah'd make a good catch. Trouble with her she
couldn't catch me. Bein' that Ah'm so long winded Ah outran her in the Bitter Root mountains.
Hopin' these few words will suffice and in the spirit of fun, Ah salute yuh, one and all,
on behalf of the Confederacy.
P. S.-Ah only accept Confederate money.
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Aileen's Sport Shop
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This has been a year of tears and sweat for the staff-one that will not be long forgotten.
The editing of this book has been an education in itself-my thanks to those of you who helped
me struggle through. For the sake of the editors to follow I sincerely hope the printing, en-
graving, photography, and the ever-so-many other stumbling blocks straighten themselves out
with the slow return to normal. With the availability of supplies, perhaps once again the annual
will be published and delivered before the close of school.
The many workers behind the scenes that often no one but the editor and business man-
ager have the pleasure of meeting are the engravers, printers, photographers and cover manu-
facturers. On behalf of the ,staff and the student body I want to extend thanks to these men.
The local studios responsible for many of the pictures have been Linfield's, Schlecten's
and Lovelace. An editor would have a tough job, indeed, without the able assistance and
experience of Bertil Linfield. Jim Clausen, a student photographer, was a most willing and
Al Salisbury, of the Artcraft Engravers in Seattle, besides helping with the plans and
makeup of the book, has helped greatly in his support of morale.
The Reporter Printing and Supply Company will receive our recommendation and sup-
port at any opportunity. Bill Remington and Frank Cross have indeed extended a friendly
and helping hand.
The North American Press deserves thanks for the fine cover that stayed within the
means of our budget.
To Don Stanfield goes my personal thanks for taking over the job Winter quarter while
l obeyed doctor's orders and gave my nerves a much-needed rest. Bob Stanbury took charge
of the annual Montanan Dance and beauty queens and did a mighty fine job. Jim Drummond
and George Watson were life-savers on the mounting staff.
This could go on and on, but best l just say THANKS'
M3 1 mm R
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REPORTER PRINTING A SUPPLV Co., DILLINGS. MONT
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