New Mexico State University - Swastika Yearbook (Las Cruces, NM)

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Here 'rhe Sons and Daugh+ers of rhe Pilgrims work and play and enioy life wHh Coronado's Children. ln fhis loeauliful old land, where yourh lingers longer and where life is a dream, 'rhe descendanis of lhe Purirans have absorbed much of The philosophy of Old Spain. Life is so pleasanr! Why hurry? Why worry! Tomorrow will come, and rake care of Hsell! ln accordance wHh rhe leisurely cusroms of rhis Land of Poco Tiempo, we wish you "muchas felicidadesf' bios! Hasfa ,QA Vista! on few fs .. 3 VIEWS 1 FEATURES Q ADMINISTRATION TQ 'I'f LAS LINDAS 3' PACEMAKERS J 11 ATHLETICS fb CLASSES MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS I isa Rosenwnlb of her fine personal qualifies, her warm human sympalhies. and her abiding inferesf in 'rhe welfare of all members of Hue sluclenf body Tl-IE 1938 SWASTIKA TO ,g . ..- a graduale of The class of '30, and now Assislanl Librarian al' Slrale College Engraving: SOUTHWESTERN ENGRAVIN6 COMPANY Prinfing: BRONSON PRINTING COMPANY Covers: BECKTOLD COVER COMPANY Phofosz RIVES STUDIO BALLARD STUDIO W f Saws 4 I i 4-J f gi Lfvan' nb gn france A- -'1-nw ', I, , '1 ' . .'."' 7.,g.'-sry' -to !. w , ,-.qu-,V-. v' ' -' .'-55.25-2--r.LP2"r:, '1 .A.f: - +,r'1-:':nA I 4 in P , M. ' va, .ihpythgtv 5 3,1 4165- , , i - A 7: . x" A -Q . . 1. - , 44,, ,v 1-uf ,', g V , Aw? , QA... 4 , x r 'X - A O ' 1' N. 61'-Qt, . .N - . ,. .. -. . . f. -j. A,'.3i,q W., , 1 ,...1.-b U. , . ' . ' .r -"' - ' ...amz-2 3: .. WN Fe. 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A , , V 'A A E Y , A N ,,,, , - ' "' ' I "" ' i , V il V, A . 4 M, ,' , ta I: , -' lf, ' X ,-' ,y , I wiv ' ' i-'Q Y 2- 1.7.-' ' ' " ,I -' ff.-1. "-'a 1 in bmini I-val-ion carb of cRe5enfs HERNANDEZ, STARR, WILLIAMS, BURSUM, NIEDLER The success oT any college is dependenT upon iTs admin- isTraTion. New Mexico STaTe College has been exTremely TorTunaTe in having a Board oT Regs-nTs who mainTain an acTive and consTanT inTeresT in iTs welTare. Dan Williams, as PresidenT oT The Board, is an able execu- Tive who has Tirelessly given many hours oT his personal Time in building a greaTer STaTe College. WiTh Tive years oT service on The Board, Mr. Williams has served longer Than any oTher presenT member. M. P. Hernandez oT La Mesa holds The oTTice oT secreTary and Treasurer. The oTher acTive members are Mrs. Holm O. DAN W,W1.LL1AM5 Bursum, Sr., oT Socorro, ArThur STarr oT HaTch, and Judge E. L. Medler oT HoT Springs. Mr. Hernandez, Mrs. Bursum, and Judge Medler have been members oT The Board Tor Tour years. Mr. STarr, who succeeded R. P. PorTer oT Las Cruces, has served Two years. Ex-oTTicio members are The Honorable Clyde Tingley, Governor oT New Mexico, and H. R. Rodgers, STaTe SuperinTendenT oT Public lnsTrucTion. All Board members are appoinTed by The Governor. Members oT The Board oT RegenTs This year have successTully overcome Tinancial handicaps To conTinue a progressive improvemenT program. ProiecTs ThaT They have underTalcen include The com- pleTion oT The engineering annex, The consTrucTion oT The Teed conTrol building and The canTeen, The erecTion oT a waTer sTandpipe, The consTrucTion OT new sidewalks, The compleTe remodeling oT The heaTing sysTem, and The renovaTion oT The irrigaTion sysTem. STudenTs were iubilanT This spring when The RegenTs made arrangemenTs Tor The building oT a new gymnasium which is expecTed To accomodaTe 2,000 specTaTors aT baslceTball games. bww in ishwwfion DR. RAY FIFE, PRESIDENT Rounding ouf his second year as ac- five leader of Sfafe College, Presidenf Ray Fife has assumed a major role in encouraging fhe growfh of fhe insfifu- fion. During his adminisfrafion fhe en- rollmenf has increased 35.4 per cenf wifh a fofal of l,O8I sfudenfs regisfer- ing during fhe presenf school year. Physical improvemenfs fo fhe exfenf of SI9O,5OO have been added fo beaufify The campus and enlarge fhe scope of classroom insfrucfion. These progress- ive sfeps were made possible only Through fhe close cooperafion of Presi- denf Fife wifh a Board of Regenfs who have worked zealously fork Sfafe Col- lege. Presidenf Fife had already won na- fional recognifion as an educafor be- fore coming fo Sfafe College, and cifizens of fhis area now realize fhar his repufafion was well deserved. He holds fhe Docfor of Philosophy degree from Columbia Universify. For fwo years he was presidenf of fhe American Vocafional Associafion. and before coming fo Sfafe College served as Sfafe Direcfor of Agriculfural Educa- fion in Chio for fiffeen years. The Swasfilca wishes you success. Presidenf Fife. We have lcnown you as a faifhful friend and advisor. bm in Cs!-vat-Con ASSYSTANT T0 THE PRESIDENT, G. L. GUTHRHZ As his TiTle indicaTes, G. I.. C5uThrie, has many duTies besides his insTrucTor- ship in business adminisTraTion. In The capaciTy oT The presidenT's assisTanT, he assumes execuTive responsibiliTy during Dr. FiTe's absence. l-le plays The role oT "middle man" beTvveen The adminis- TraTive and sTudenT groups, bringing abouT a more genial undersTanding be- Tween members oT The sTudenT body and The TaculTy members. This oTTice, in which a dean oT sTudenTs usually serves, has been capably Tilled by lvlr. GuThrie Tor The pasT several years. The marked growTh in sTudenT enroll- menT may, in parT, be aTTribuTed To his inTeresT and acTiviTy in acquainTing high-school sTudenTs over The sTaTe wiTh The educaTional opporTuniTies oTTered aT STaTe College. Display adverTising and The conTacTing oT These sTudenTs is carried on Through his oTTice. Again This year, lvlr. Gujrhrie has served as chairman oT The publicaTions commiTTee, sTudenT loan and sTudenT employmenT commiTTees. For-emosT among The college's well- wishers, Mr. C5uThrie has served on The adminisTraTive sTaTT Tor ThirTeen years. 1C,fl fgcbool of lj4vfs .owab dances -, ,.-,z.,,. DR. P. M. BALDWIN, DEAN The School oT ArTs and Sciences aims To oTTer boTh liberal and voca- Tional educaTion. Accordingly, The cur- ricula in This School give The sTudenT an acquainTance wiTh The principal Tields oT human knowledge, wiTh an opporTuniTy Tor concenTraTion in The Tield oT his greaTesT inTeresT and adapT- abiliTy. STudenTs who maior in Econom- ics, English, l-lisTory and Social Science, Modern Languages or Music, receive The degree oT Bachelor oT ArTsg Those who maior in Biology, Chemis'Try, MaThmeTics or Physics receive The de- gree oT Bachelor oT Science. There are also special curricula leading To The de- gree oT Bachelor oT Science in Business AdminisTraTion. in EducaTion, and in l-lome Economics. l 1 i 1 f liifllll' Gradualres Trom The School oT ArTs and Sciences secure posiTions in The various branches oT Teaching, business, and public service, while many Take posT-graduaTe work in universiTies or proceed To some college giving Train- ing Tor a profession, such as law or medicine. ThaT The opporTuniTies presenTed by The School of fXrTs and Sciences are appreciaTed by The sTudenTs is shown by iTs enrollmenT, which This year amouTed To 394, or approximaTely 43 per cenT oT The enTire sTudenT body. Dr. P. lvl. Baldwin, Dean oT The School, is assisfed by a TaculTy oT 37 proTessors, giving insTrucTion in The various deparT- menTs. Aculf osfev Biology: Hershey, Arthur LeRoy, Assistant Professor of Biology. Anderson, Marlowe George, Instructor in Biology. Barnett, Horace Leslie, Instructor in Biology. Business Administration and Economics: Guthrie, Gwynne Leland: Professor of Business Administration, Assistant to the Presi-dent. Haight, Lionel Davis: Associate Professor of Business Administration. Edgel, Ralph Lemon, Instructor in Business Administration. Cl'lGlllISI1'Y2 Smith, Howard Otis, Assistant Professor of Chemistry. McKinley, John J .g Instructor in Chemistry Education and Psychology: Dove, Claude Cilffordg Associate Professor of Education and Psychology. Hope, Clarence: Instructor in Education. English: Beem, Williaili Earl, Assistant Professor of English. Beem, Willialii Earl, Assistant Professor of English. Bocldy, Margaret Pearce: Assistant Professor of English. Miller, Jessie Emily: Assistant Professor of English and Languages. Reed, Newman Thomas, Instructor in English. Scott, Duncan Nicholas: Instructor in English. History and Social Science: Baldwin, Percy Mallet: Dean, School of Arts and Sciences, Professor of History and Social Science. Edwards, William Henry: Assistant Professor of History and Government. Johansen, Sigurd Arthur, Assistant Professor of Sociology, State Supervisor of Rural Research. Home Economics: Oilaoughlin, Margaret Agnes: Professor of Home Economics. Anderson, Hildure Elvira, Assistant Professor of Home Economics. Sainsbury, Roberta: Instructor in Home Economics. Gillespie, Mary Louise, Instruct-or in Home Economics Teaching. Mathematics: Branson, John Williariig Professor of Mathematics. Heinzman, Walter Philip, Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Rees, Paul Klein, Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Hazlewood, Emmet Allen: Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Fuller, Gordon: Instructor in Mathematics. Gardiner, Anna Henderson: Instructor in Mathematics. Military Science and Tactics: Fletcher, Allen: Lieutenant Colonel, Infantry, U. S. Army, Professor of Military Science and Tactics. Hallowell, Henry P., Major, Infantry, U. S. Army, Assistant Professor of Mili- tary Science and Tactics. Cragin, John Edward: Staff Sergeant, Infantry D. E. M. L.: Instructor in Mili- tary Science and Tactics. Thompson, Orville Lonasg Sergeant, Infantry D. E. M. L.g Instructor in Military Science and Tactics. Modern Language: Tyre, Carl Allen: Professor of Modern Languages. Hammes, Mary Catherine, Instructor in Modern Languages. Music: Jacobs, Carl Frederick: Director of Music: Instructor in German. Brooks, Erlis Leone, Instructor in Music. VanDersarl, J ulcs J ohn, Part-time Instructor in Music. Physical Education: Hines, Gerald Hankinsg Director of Athletics. Hines, Nona Viola: Instructor in Physical Education for Wlomen. Corley, Vaughn: Assistant Director of Athletics, Instructor in Physical Education. Physics: Gardiner, George Washington: Professor of Physics. Z-be fgckool of 2n5iucevKn5 COL. H. M. MILTON, DEAN The Engineering School has enjoyed an enviable posiTion among The Engi- neering Colleges oT The naTion. lTs cur- riculum has been designed To embrace boTh The pure and applied sciences in such proporTion as To Train The grad- uaTes Tor Their parTicular professional Tield and To give Them The breadTh oT liberal and culTural inTluences which will insure Their happiness as well as success. The TaciliTies Tor engineering Training have been greaTly increased The pasT year, parTicularly in The Tield oT The lab- oraTory sciences. A new building under W. P. A. was consTrucTed, doubling The Tloor space oT Goddard l-lall. This building, was so placed, when coupled l wiTh The exisTing building. To compleTe The quadrangle which is devoTed en- Tirely To Engineering. GraduaTes oT This 'School will be Tound occupying posiTions oT respon- sibiliTy in all phases oT life. The rosTer OT any oT The larger indusTries will show our graduaTes aT The very Top and iT is a source oT pride To The TaculTy and adminisTraTion oT The school ThaT iTs graduaTes have proved Themselves so capable. The enrollees have always considered Themselves TorTunaTe ThaT They have had aT Their disposal The TaciliTies and TaculTy supervision oT This division oT New Mexico STaTe College. Aculf osfev Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering: Botkin, Clayton Wiiifieldg Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. Hamiel, Glen Russell: Associate Professor of Chemistry. McKinley, John J.: Instructor in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. Shires, Luke Berry: Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering. Smith, Howard Otis: Assistant Professor of Chemistry. Department of Civil Engineering: l Jett, Daniel Boone: Professor of Civil Engineering. Sims, Stuart Hobbs: Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering. Gleason, George Scott: Instructor in Architectural Engineering. Department of Electrical Engineering: Thomas, Melvin Aubrey: Professor of Electrical Engineering. Amador, Frank, Jr.: Instructor in Electrical Engineering and Physics. Brown, Harold A.: Instructor in Electrical Engineering and Physics, Department of English: Breland, Rufus Galloway: Professor of English. Beem, William Earl: Assistant Professor of English. Boddy Margaret Pearce: Assistant Professor of English. Miller, Jessie Emily: Assistant Professor of English. Reed, Newman Thomas: Instructor in English. Scott, Duncan Nicholas: Instructor in English. Department of Mathematics: Branson, John William: Professor of Mathematics. Heinzman, Walter Philip: Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Rees, Paul Klein: Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Hazlewood, Emmet Allen: Assistant Professor of Mathematics. Fuller, Gordon: Instructor in Mathematics. Gardiner, Anna Henderson: Instructor in Mathematics. Department of Mechanical Engineering: Lewellen, Marcy Thomas: Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Butler, John Henry: Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Clark, Jack F red: Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Department of Military Science and Tactics: Fletcher, Allen: Lieutenant Colonel, Infantry, U. S. Army: Professor of Military Science and Tactics. Hallowell, Henry P.: Major, Infantry, U. S. Army: Assistant Professor of Mili- tary Science and Tactics. Cragin, John Eclwarcl: Staff Sergeant, Infantry D. E. M. L.: Instructor in Mili- tary Science and Tactics. Thompson, Orville Lonas: Sergeant, Infantry D. E. M. L.: Instructor in Mili- tary Science and Tactics. Department of Physical Education: Hines, Gerald Hankinsg .Director of Athletics. Corley, Vaughn: Assistant Director of Athletics: Instructor in Physical Education. Department of Physics: Gardiner, George Wasliingtoiig Professor of Physics. K T3 be ckool of 5vicult-uve 'J . DEAN H. M. GARDNER New Mexico STaTe College has come To be known as The STaTe's "service in- sTiTuTion". lT mighT wiTh equal TruTh be said ThaT oT her Three schools oT insTruc- Tion, The School oT AgriculTure is her greaTesT service school. IT was The need Tor such a service insTiTuTion direcTing iTs eTTorTs To agriculTure, The naTion's greaesT basic indusTry, ThaT prompTed agriculTural leaders To raise Tunds Trom privaTe sources in order To seT up "col- leges" oT agriculTure back in The l85O's. From ThaT day unTil This, increasingly heavier demands have conTinued To be made upon The agriculTural colleges oT This land. Demand Tor STaTe College men Trained in agriculTure has exceeded The supply. ForTunaTely, however. The l l I School oT AgriculTure is experiencing a very rapid growTh, having increased 74l percenT during The pasT Ten years! l-ligh sTandards oT scholarship are evi- denced by The marked success oT STaTe College graduaTes in agriculTure who have pursued advanced sTudy in some oT our largesT universiTies. Never beTore have agriculTural prob- Iems been more complex, or more viTal To The naTion's social and economic welTare. InTo This picTure, The School oT AgriculTure each year sends men Trained in dairying, poulTry husbandry, horTiculTure, agronomy, animal husban- dry. biology, and agriculTural econom- ics. May These men acguiT Themselves as admirably in The TuTure as They have in The pasT! :Intuit osfev Agricultural Economics: Cockerill, Percy W.g Professor of Agricultural Economics. Timm, Tyrus R.g Acting Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics. Melcher, Robert L., Assistant Agricultural Economist. Agronomy: Overpeck, John C.g Professor of Agronomy. Staten, Gleng Assistant Professor of Agronomy. Hinkle, Dale Albert, Assistant Professor of Agronomy. Stroud, Rufus Stanley, Assistant in Agronomy. Animal Husbandry: Knox, John Harvey, Professor of Animal Husbandry. Neale, Philip E., Associate Professor of Animal Husbandry. Benner, James W.g Associate Professor of Animal Husbandry. Bridges, Joseph O., Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry. Watkins, W. Ellisg Associate in Animal Husbandry. Biology: Crawford, Raymond Erankg Professor of Biology. Eyer, John Robert, Associate Professor of Biology. Chemistry: Botkin, Clayton Winfield, Professor of Chemistry. Hamiel, Glenn Russellg Associate Professor of Chemistry. Shires, L. B., Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering. Smith, Howard O., Assistant Professor of Chemistry. Dairy Husbandry: Cunningham, Omer Cole, Professor of Dairy Husbandry. Addington, Lawrence H.g Assistant Professor of Dairy Husbandry. Education : Gardner, Hugh Millerg Dean, School of Agricultureg Professor of Vocational Education, Director of Summer Session. Horticulture : Garcia, Fabian., Director of Experiment Station and Horticulturist. Lott, Richard Vincent, Associate Professor of Horticulture. Iudkins, Wesley P.g Instructor in Horticulture. Enzie, Joseph Vincent, Instructor in Horticulture. Poultry Husbandry: Berry, LeRoy Nahumg Professor of Poultry Husbandry. 210 Rent' vovvj, 4.Re5i5f1'A1' Miss ERA RENTFROW K l Era would have you believe hers is a fhanlcless posifion. Buf, fhankless or no, fhe iob is dismissed wifh a fhoroughness only she can command. ln addifion fo fhe regular dufies of a regisfrar's office, Miss Renffrow fakes charge of fhe ficlcef sales for all col- lege programs., issues sfudenf acfivify cards and sends ouf publicify fo pros- pecfive sfudenfs. The official lisf of members of fhe alumni associafion are filed and kept up-fo-dafe in fhis office. A few years ago lvliss Renffrow edifed an alumni direcfory and for several years she has been fhe alumni edifor of fhe Round- Up. One more posifion which fhe regisfrar is called upon fo fill is fhaf of secrefar fo fhe sfudenf loan com- miffee. This lisf of acfivifies covers only a porfion of fhe acfual offices and dufies which fall fo fhe lof of fhe regisfrar. One of fhe mosf capable and en- ergefic members of fhe College sfaff, Era has confribufed a large parf in fhe growfh and advancemenl' of Sfafe College. Uflfliss Zqizalvefb ffvlccioyg, C7uQilv1'avipsn rii 1 4 ' if.:-.-fi . --A... .wjjgi 55' F L 54, Ziyi -Ifife' . L -D' - -ra u ' '-'A'ii- f-- " v- 5 Mlss ELIZABETH McCoY, LIBRARIAN Closely paralleling Hue rapid growflu of Hue sfudenf body, Hue Library luas become an imporfanf parf of Hue Col- lege. Serving every deparfmenf and office on Hue campus, if is indeed worfluy of ifs locafion and luas already oufgrown Hue space allowed for fufure expansion. lmprovemenf in service luas been Hue dream of Hue sfaff during Hue pasf year and Huis dream luas been in parf fulfilled by Hue adclifion of a cafaloguer fo Hue sfaff. Revision of Hue enfire boolc col- lecfion, new addifions and re-cafalog- ing have now raised Hue number of cafalogued volumes fo 38.500, Tluis year saw Hue insfallafion of read- ing lamps on Huegfables in Hue reading room and proper liglufing facilifies luave greafly increased Hue popularify of Hue library. Addifional sfress luas been given fo Hue wealHu of informafion fo be found in governmenf publicafions, and Hue purcluase of new equipmenf for more ready use of periodicals luas encour- aged sfudenfs fo use magazine mafer- ial on all researclu and ferm paper worlc. ln addifion fo reference and supplemenfary class assignmenf boolcs, Hue purchase of currenf liferafure fifles luas encouraged independenf reading on Hue parf of many sfudenfs. l ,gfubenf Ctovmvnissioh Hixon, Kent, Sheridan, Botkin Stern, Hatch, Chamberlin, Nicklas, Gustafson RICHARD KENT Vice President J OE HrxoN President ROBERTA STERN Secretary-Treasurer The STudenT Commission is com- posed oT Ten members, The oTTicers oT which are chosen in The spring elecTions by The sTudenT body. The senior, junior, and sophomore classes each elecT Two represenTaTives and The Treshman class elecTs one. The purpose oT The STudenT Com- mission is To Torm a closer relaTionship beTween The TaculTy and sTudenT body, To beTTer college liTe Through sTudenT acTiviTies, and To esTablish and mainTain a greaTer Teeling oT uniTy among The sTudenTs oT STaTe College. This year, Tor The TirsT Time, The com- mission operaTed on a budgeT basis. In addiTion To successTully accomplish- ing This, The commission abolished The TradiTional Kangaroo courT, in Tavor oT a S.TudenT Commission courT which will have Tull judiciary and execuTive pow- ers. They also abolished The lvlay Day parade, which will be replaced by a May Day carnival. The acTiviTies con- Trolled by The STudenT Commission are "A" Day, Freshman iniTiaTion, Home- coming, STudenT' body elecTions, and May Day. v N f w 0C6W'10 ters -me -4.1- 0 fy? .P ix-A In X ,. 'xv AI , , PP M J . im 1 f ,'.:..,Cm.f W-,LJ - ,L 1 4 M ' Q' L v J I w A a -U A .v 1 A x ., 1 -. MW ff i Z, eniovs xii r FOUV glass Officers C. C. BUNCH JERRY LEACI-I Vice Presiolem' Presidemk - DOROTHY ROANE Secrefary-Treasurer N I Class or 1933 Pe l-lenr ,,, ,,.4... . .,,.,A,,,...,.,,.. ...... .A...A...... Silver Cit QQY Y Y H. E., Frosh class V. p. S. T. C., Zeta Tau Alpha, Pep Squad, H. E. Club, W. A. A., Band at N. M. S. T. C. Joe Lee I-lixon ,...,,,,,..,...... Hattiesburg, Miss. E. E. and B. A., Class V. p. '36-'37, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Intramural Council chair- man '36-'37, Mu Phi Pi Pres. '36-'37 '37-l38, "A" Association sec.-treas. '36-'37, Student Commission pres. '37-'38, Football '35 '36 '37 James Wiggins .....,,.................................................. Estancia Biol., Tau Kappa Epsilon hist. '36-'37 pres. '37-38, Coronado Playmakers, Greek Council, Phi Mu Tau pres. '37-'38, Biological Society, Band Seldon Smith Baker. Jr ............. EI Paso, Tex. A. H., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chorus '35-'36, Stock Judging Team '36-'37 Eltie Apodaca .....,......,................................... Las Cruces H. E., H. E. Club, 'Newman Club, Conquistaclores V. p. '38 Joe Luclmini ................. .........,................................. D erry C. E., Engineers Club, A. S. C. E., Newman Club E Gerald Edwin Leach ......,.,...,......,..., Gardner, Mass Biol., Class V. p. '35-'36 pres. '37-'38, Phi Chi Psi, Coronado Playmakers, Greek Council, Intramural Council, Phi Mu Tau, Biological Society charter member, Student Commission V. p. '36-'37 Howard Scliwarzenbaclm, Big Spring, Tex. Gen. Ag., Phi. Beta Theta, Intramural Coun- cil, "A" Association sec.-tres. '37-'38, Foot- ball Everett Glenn l-larvey ...,.,.....,.,................ Las Cruces C. I-I. E., Engineers Club, B. S. U. V. p. '36 Inez Dykstra ,..,...,...,.....,............................., ...Clayton H. E., Keth Sarnekh V. p. '35-'36 tres. '36-'37 parlirnentarian ,37-'38, I. R. C., Phi Mu Tau, H. E. Club pres. '35-'36 CIM. 0 193.9 A Joseph James Cochrane, Jr ................A.. La Mesa Biol., Phi Beta Theta, Spanish Club, Biological Society V. p. '37-'38 Bus. Mgr. "Polyglot" Romulus E. Thomas .,.....,,.....,,....,......,.. La Union Biol., Phi Beta Theta sec. '35-'36, Greek Council, Ag. Club, Biological Society Phil Leyencleclcer ,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,...,...,.lc...,..c...,....,... Las Cruces Biol., Class pres. '36-'37, Phi Chi Psi V. p. '36 chaplain '37, Alpha Zeta chronicler '37 V. p. '38 Biological Society pres. '37, Newman Club pres. '36 David C. Dozier ....................................... Santa Fe Hort., Ag. Club, Biological Society, Newman Club, Track Thomas C. Davis ....,............................................,.... l-lurley C. E., Phi Chi Psi, Mu Phi Pi, Engineers' Club, A. S. C. E. Manuel Porras ,......... ........ E l Paso, Tex. Ch. E. Francis J. Peacock ...........................,.......,.,. Las Cruces Biol., Alpha Delta Theta V. p. '37, Greek Council '37-'38, Swastika Staff Ass't Bus. Mgr. '36 '38, Biological Society, Cadet Lt. Col. of R. O. T. C. Battalion '37-'38, Most Popular Boy '38 Roy A. Gunter ,............,.......,.... State College A. H., Phi Beta Theta, Greek Council, Ag Club, Wranglers' Club v. p. '36-'37, pres. '37-'38, stock Judging Team '36-'37 Paul Morris Kuhnley .,.,.....,.,......,,..............., Las Cruces Gen. Ag., Alpha Zeta, Ag Club sec.-treas. '34, V. p. E331-,Biological Society, Chorus, 4-H '34-'38, Dairy u Carl P. Radcliff ...,..........,.....,,,,,.,,,.,,.,..,,,,,, Portales Ag. Service, Ag Club, B. S. U. Class 0 193,51 George Goodman Kaplan .....,..,,.. Siate College I-Iort., Phi Chi Psi sec.-treas., Alpha Zeta, Ag Club sec.-treas., Biological Society, Editor of Ag Edition of -"Round-Up" '34-'37 Christine Elizabeth Staus ........, El Paso, Tex. Eng., Kheth Samekh scribe, Coronado Play- makers, "Penny Wise", Spanish Club, Pep Squad, Newman Club, Rifle Team, W. A. A. Marian Amador Campbell ...........,......,,. Las Cruces B. A., Tau Kappa Epsilon V. p. '37-'38, Yucca Players v. p. '36-'37, "Penny Wise" "Imaginary Invalid" "Is Zat So", I. R. C., Greek Council, Swastika Snap-Shot Editor, Spanish Club Craig Charles Niclclas ,....,.,...,..,.....,...... Portales A. H., Phi Chi Psi, Biological Society, Wranglers' Club, Student Commission '37-'38 Loyd R. Scrivner ...,.....,.,.......,.....,..,.,..,....,,...,.,..s.,,.. Tatum C. E., Mu Phi Pi treas., Engineers' Club, A. S. C. E. v. p. Jesus R. Chavez .,........,....,..,,....,,.,,..,..,..,....... Tome A. H., Ag Club, Biological Society, New- man Club, Wranglers' Club, Conquistadores Clifford Jenkins ............,...,.......,...............,.. .Las Cruces C. E., Mu Phi Pi, Engineers' Club, A. S. C. E. l-larold M. Burton, .,..,............................,..., Solano M. E., Mu Phi Pi, Engineers' Club, Band '34-'36, College Orchestra '34-'35 Mildred Thomas ..............,.,........,.......... Saiiord, Ariz. H. E., Zeta Tau Alpha sec. '37-'38, Home Ec. Club Sianley Utterback ..,........................... Hagerman Ag., Aipha Delta Theta, Ag Club ,l if .' V lingo Ll.v,,Ji'l'y."-'il li Class 451938 George Lathrop .......... ...,.,,. l-l agerman B. A., Phi Chi Psi Jane Lusk .,..,..,................ .,.........,..........,.... L as Cruces B. A., Intramural Council, Spanish Club Aaron S. Parker ................... ,..e. 4..... ...,....4,........ T u c urncari A. H., "A" Association, Ag Club pres. '36-'37, Wranglers' Club, Stock Judging Team, Football '35, '36, '37 Julia Ann Ryan ........,..,..................... Mesllla Park Bact., Zeta Tau Alpha, Phi Mu Tau, Bi- ological Society treas. '36-'37 editor of Na- ture Notes, Pep Squad Dorothy Dykes Koger ......,...........,..... State College Eng., I. R. C., B. S. U. treas. '35-'36, sec. '37-'38 Ruth Laughlin .................. ......... E llda H. E., H. E. Club Waller Jenlgen .,...,....,......................,,.........,....,, Carlsbad D. Tech, Phi Chi Psi pres., V. p., sec., Greek Coun- cil, Alpha Zeta scribe, Ag Club, Biological Society, Newman Club pres. '35, Dairy Judging Team, Dairy Products Judging Team l-larold W. Bradford ............... State College A. H., Alpha Delta Theta V. p., Coronado Playmakers, Greek Council, Ag Club, Dairy Judging Team, pres. of Dairy Club lvlansil Scrivner ...... .... .,..,,...,,......,,.,,,,,,.,, ,,..,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,. T a t um C. E., Mu Phi Pi, Engineers' Club, A. S. C. E., Fresh. numeralman Aubrey Reid .........,.......,..,........,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,. Colvis H. E., Keth Samekh, I. R. C., Phi Mu Tau, H. E. Club Czlass o Bernard Romig .....,.,...,. ........ ..,.,.,....,,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,4..,,. l-l a 'rch Dairy, Alpha Zeta, Ag Club pres., Dairy Judging Team Ralph Stone .,.,.....,...,....,,...,,...........,,.....,........,. Dexter Ch. E., Alpha Delta Theta, Engineers' Club Roy Glen Wilson ..,e.l,,,.........,.........,...,.., State College Music, Phi Chi Psi, Phi Mu Tau, Spanish Club, Band, Chorus, Orchestra, Tennis Clyde Alton Menetee ..,.................. Hagerman A. H., Alpha Zeta pres., Ag Club v. p. '36-'37, Wranglers' Club sec. '37-'38, Dairy Judging Team Dan Cusenbar ............,..,............,...,..i.,..,.....,............. Enclno Y A. H., Alpha Zeta, Ag Club, Biological Society, e Chorus, Wranglers' Club John Reldon Gains ......,,.,,,... ..... ,.., L a s Cruces Ch. E., Tau Kappa Epsilon his. '36-'37, Yucca Players, "Penny Wise", "Night Must Fall", Intramural Council, Swastika Staff, Round-Up Staff, Engineers' Club, R. O. T. C. Capt. "B" Co., Track '35, Mgr. of Varsity Track Team '35-'36 Paul M. McGuire ...,..,............,........,...i... State College I-list. and S. S., Tau Kappa Epsilon sec., Coronado Playmakers, I. R. C. V. p. '36-'37 pres. '37-'38, Greek Council, Swastika Staff bus. mgr. '37, Round-Up Staff editor '37-'38, Spanish Club Chorus, R. O. T. C. capt., lt. col., Coronado Theater bus. mgr. '36-'37 ass't bus. nigr. '35-'36, "Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities" Jack Wilmeth ,.,...,...............,.............,.. Ft. Sumner D. I-I., Alpha Zeta treas. '36-'37, Ag Club, Biological Society, Dairy Judging Team, Rifle Team Grady Mayfield ....,.,.....,..................,,.......,s.,. Las Cruces A. H., Alpha Delta Theta, Band, Wranglers' Club, Stock Judging Team Theodore Warren Merrill ........, Las Cruces Ag. Service, Alpha Delta Theta, Alpha Zeta chronicler '38, Ag Club rep. '37 Class o Oulcla Simpson .,,, ... .,,A .,, ........ L as Cruces Eng Round-Up Staff Emmeii Earl l-lixon ......... l-laiiiesburg, Miss. Ch. E., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Intramural Council pres. '37-'38, Mu Phi Pi, "A" As- sociation pres. '37-'38, Engineers' Club, Foot- ball '35, '36, '37 Chrlshne Chrisiy Bradford .........,......,. Las Cruces Hist and S. S., Intramural Council, Pep Squad, Most Popular Girl '37 June Beaiiy .,...,,.. ,.,,..... L as Cruces Eng. , Ecluilm Marne Disinger .....,........,........,............... Hillsboro Eng Coronado Playrnakers, "Penny Wise", Span- ish Club Biological Society, Pep Squad William Turney ,.............,....,.........,.,. Mesllla Parlc C. E., Phi Chi Psi, Mu Phi Pi sec. '38, Engineers' Club, A. S. C. E. William Deemer ,.........,.,............. .....,,.....,........ E . Vaughn M E Phi Beta Theta, Engineers' Club Doroilfmy Lecling ...... ,.................... S iaie College Eng., Class sec. '36, Zeta Tau Alpha hist. '36, Yucca Players sec. '36 pres. '37, "You and I", Dramatic council, Editor of Swastika '38, Co-Editor '37, Pep Squad bus. mgr. '36-'37 pres. '37-'38, "Who's Vlfho in American Col- leges and Universities" Tom McCauley ............ ........... ......,.,........... ..... .....,,.. H a c li fra C E Class sec. '32, Phi Beta Theta, Swastika Editor 33 Engineers' Club, A. S. C. E. Paul Lawrence Bouiz ,.,..,........................ Deming C. E., Frosh class pres. '32-'33, Alpha Delta Theta pres. '37-'38, Yucca Players, Greek Council, Intramural Council, Engineers' Club Class o 4958 Stella Baker ....,........,.,....,..............,..................... Las Cruces Eng., Zeta Tau Alpha, Phi Mu Tau, French Club Charles Clyde Bunch ..,..A..,.... .CAA.CC.,CACA M osquero Biol., Class v.p. '38, Phi Chi Psi pres. '37 pres. '38, Greek Council v. p. '37 pres, '38, Alpha Zeta, Biological Society V. p. '37 pres. '38, R. O. T. C. Capt., Most Popular Boy '37, Greatest Aggie '38 Charles Russell Sparks .................,.,.......... Las Cruces Ch. E., Engineers' Club, Chorus, B. S. U., Basket- ball '36 Dorothy Spencer Roane .....,...... EI Paso, Tex. Eng., Class sec. '38, Zeta Tau Alpha, guard '37, Yucca Players, "Cradle Song", Swastika jr. class editor, sr. class editor, Pep Squad bus. mgr., '35 pres. '36 bus. mgr. '37, Most Popular Girl '36, Junior Prom Queen '37 James Olen Caviness ........................ State College A. H., Phi Chi Psi v. p., Ag. Club, Stock Judging Team, Biological Society, Wranglers' Club John Ecl. Webb ................,...........,.,.............. Fabens B. A., Tau Kappa Epsilon treas. '37-'38, Col- lege Orchestra Gilbert Fountain ............,..,,.....,...................... lvlesilla Park Ch. E., "A" Association, Engineers' Club, Newman Club, Conquistadores J. Laverne Niclclas ..,...............,,...,............ Portales D. H., Phi Chi Psi, Intramural Council '34, Ag Club, Student Commission '37-'38, Lt. R. O. T. C., Fellow With Best Line '35 George Robert l-latch .............................,............ Hatch Ag., Class v. p. '34-'35 pres. '35-'36, Phi Beta Theta sec. '36-'37, pres. '37-'38, Yucca Players, Greek Council '37-'38, Biological Society, Band Drum Major '36-'37, Student Commission Lawrence l.aCoss ........................... EGST Vauqhn B. A., Phi Beta Theta v. p. '37-'38, Band pres. '36-'37 '37-'38 Student Director '36-'37 '37- '38, College Orchestra , rf. ge ti't'l'y-c Class of George Miles Murplmy .....,.........,........... Lalce Arthur C. E., Engineers' Club pres. '37, A. S. C. E. pres. '37 Merrell E. Thompson ..,,............,,... Mesllla Park Educ. and psy., Phi Beta Theta, "A" Associ- ation, Ag Club, Biological Society, Track, Frosh numeralman Ernest Joe Armljo .,.................,,.......,.,.,............... Valencia Biol., Biological Society, Newman Club, Conquis- tadores sec.-treas. Q Eugene Debs Kelly .....................,,....... 'l-uCumC6rl Math., 1SlZ Lt. R. O. T. C. l Martin N. Larsen .............,.......,................,......... FGIFGCVGS l C. E., Phi Beta Theta, Engineers' Club, A. S. C. E., Chorus Den Kelly, Jr .,..,.,,.,..,,,...,....,.....,,............ Tucumcarl Biol., Biological Society, lst Lt. R. O. T. C. Floyd Bally ,....... , ..,.......... - ....................,.......................... Loving ' A. H., "A" Association, Ag Club v. p. '36 pres. , '38, Wrangler's Club v. p. '36-'37, Track '36 '37 Lester Carl Scoll' .......,...,.................. Las Cruces Ch. E., Engineers' Club, Rifle Team, Rifle Club James Resley ...,........,. - ...........,. . .......,,.,.... Stale College - Modern Lang., Phi Chi Psi, I. R. C. treas., Phi Mu Tau sec.-treas., French Club, Spanish Club A Ruth Utterback ...,......,..,......................... Hagerman f H. E., H. E. Club, 4-H Club sec.-treas. '38 3 r l'1'ly--'lwo CIM.. 0 1938 Burton Victor Cline ,.,,,.,,...,..,.,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,. Colton, Calif. B. A., "A" Association, Student Commission, Foot- ball '35 '36 Ernest A. Withers .,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,.,..,.. C. E., Phi Beta Theta, Mu Phi Pi sec., Engi- neers Club, Band, A. S. C. E. Archie Spivac ...,.........................i..,,.. San Diego, Calif. C. E., Engineers Club, A. S. C. E. Frank Edward Budenholzer ,....................... Belen Ch. E., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Mu Phi Pi, Engi- neers Club, Newman Club V. p., Capt. Co. "C" R. O. T. C. Angelo James Luck, Jr .............,..... ............ T ucumcari Hist., Tau Kappa Epsilon, Swastika Staff Ass't Bus. Mgr. '37, lst. Lt. Co. "D" R. O. T. C. Charles F. Greenleaf ....,,... Santa Ana. Calit. C. E., Engineers Club, A. S. C. E. Lalo Enriquez ,,...,.,,,.,..,.,.......,,..,.....,....,.,... State College Gen Ag., Ag club, Newman club, Conquistadores, Basketball Robert Lee Stephens ......,. ......... I-I urley E. E. Samuel Welsh .............,,...........,......,,,....,,,,,..,.,.... Arrey Ag., Ag Club v. p., Biological Society Mary l-lelen Adams ...,.......,...,.,... Anthony B. A. David C. Selby .................. Anthony B. A., Alpha Delta Theta, "A" Association, Greatest Aggie '34 1 toe' I l l 1 . l l ll l i ,Qeniovs Wbose ict-uves gba Wok cj4r-reps' Francis Ray Blevins ,.., ...., A .......... 9 lGI1COS James Viclor Boyol ....,...,............ Las Cruces Essie Dews Dove .........,...,...,... Slale College Eleanor Walson l-laiglwl, Slale College Davenporl lvleclwem .,..,,...,.,..,... Las Cruces Leona Jones Willwers ........, Slale College Raymond Worrell ...,.,,,.,.v,,.svw.Aww,w Las Cruces uniovs ' f59 Class Off-'Icevs MILTON CGX FRANK KOZELISKI Presideni' Vice Presidenf ETH EL ISAACKS ' Secrefa ry-Treasurer Class o Eleanor lvleoller, ZTA .,A.,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,A.,, A ,,,,,,,,, I-I or Springs lvlargarel Horlon, ZTA ,,,.......,... ....,...,A, E I Paso, Tex. Millon Cox, CIJXXI' ,.A.......,. ,.,...,....A.. E I Paso, Tex. Wallace Johnson ,,,.. .,..o.,.,,..,,, L as Cruces Marvin Raney, TKEf ,.A.,.,..........., .........,..,., L as Cruces Orren Beary, AA9 ...A........... ..,....,.,...., l. as Cruces Ruby Jane l-lalclw, ZTA .,............. ......,..,...,. I-I alclw Wilma l-laas, K. S ................ ............ M esilla Park Elvira Cons+an+, K. S ............... ,........ S anla Fe Margarel Romiq ............... ......,....l-lalrclw l l y-ez Class 1939 Kare Brook .....,........,......... ,... - ........... -.. ............ Las Cruces lvlarlha Brook ............... .......,.,.... L as Cruces Don Brown, TKE ...................... ..- ...,.. Roswell John Cooper, QB9 ....... , .... ............. L as Cruces Gerald Bell .,............,....... ............. S anla Fe William Killoy ......,..,.... ............., L as Cruces Enid Edwards, ZTA ...........,,. ............ L as Cruces Burrisline McGee ......... .,........... L as Cruces Frank Kozeliski, QB9 ........,... Henry Palm, EAO ........ , .... llup .....o.....Dem ing C7055 0131939 PSl'8f' lVlOCllO, ,,,,,,,,,,A,. ,,,...,,,.,,. S anfa Fe Floyd Farrell, CIFXYP ,,.,,,,.,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, L Qving Lillian Egerlon .....,.,..,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,4,,,,,,,,,., M esilla Park Elllel lsaaclcs, ZTA .......,........ ..,.,.,.,.,,..,A..A L as Cruces Frances Cann, ZTA ,...,.....,... Elhlyn Wiese, K. S .......... urley .A.......,..Deming Elizaloelh Nunn .,...,.................,............. ..v......... l. alie Valley Helen Slrickland, K. S ...............................'.................. Las QFUC65 DW Hmm .MW . - -I av-MV-. ,llfzwfwwf ILM? M We W ' n vt f Vela Bess Holmes ................. ,.f'... . ..... . 7..F6lF6 res Genevieve Alclwley ..................................,.....,...................... Grenville CIM-.5 Q 1939 Edward Miller, Q39 ......,,...,... Ralph Erenclw, Q39 .....,...,.. Earl Zimmerman. TKE .....v...v. Canule Truiillo ........ .........,,.,...ClovIs ...............Las Cruces ..............Rogers ....,..........Cl1imayo Evelyn Gusfalson, K. S ..,,,.,...,, ,,.,..,..,,. S Jrale College Allene Abboll ............,,,. ,,,.,.,,,..,,.,.,,,,.,...,,,..... K enna Jonallwan Norris ....... .....,....,,.... ....,.,,,,..,,.. T u cumcari John Valkenaar, TKE ..,..,........ ..A,.,..,,,,,,, E I Paso, Tex. Prenlice l-l. l-larris ,...,,..,,.,.,. Talum Raymond Bason... ..,...,,,.., Mesilla Park Class o Ellsworlh Evans ............. ...,..,,..... H agerman Fred Pfingslen ........ -.. ....................... Lincoln William Nalcayama .............................. ..,........ L as Cruces Coraloelle Boulz, ZTA .....,..A...,... .............,.. S lale College Palricia Lugibilwl ..................... -,. ..- ............ Las Cruces Roberl Oliver, ......,.. ,,.............. S ilver Cily Kalrhleen Resley, K. S ....... M .,..,...,... ...- ..... Las Cruces Earl eodda.-d ........ , .... .......... f ...lvlesilla Park Marlin Coffman ,..................,A M ............. ............ 5 an JON Slwelolon Bennell, TKE ............. . .......... Sonia F9 Class o Roberl Yalres. QXXI' ............ Marvin Koger ........,.... ,............ M .,,v,..,,.. Carlsbad ,Adams Diqqings Edna Behimer, K. S ......,.. -... ........ N .,... Claylon Fay Jewell, K. S .......... .............. G rady Douglas l-larlr ..............,....,.,.................... ........,.... E I Paso, Tex. Russell Duvale, QIIXXP ...,,......... Q ,,,.A.,,,........,........... Roswell Slmarlel' Holland .......................,.. ,,,.,..,,,,, R ogers COrr'lnr1ew Rlltle, ZTA ...,,,..,., ,.,,,.,,,,,,v,, A lamogordo Phillip Coady, AAC9 ...,.....,........... ........... L as Cruces Elmer G. l-lills, CDXKI' ............... rllnage Class o I Mary Lou Shriner, K. S ..., ........... James Forman, AAG ........... Mary Frances Lamison .,..... Eulah Marshall, K. S ......... - J. T. Barnell, CDXKP .................,...,...... Mary Ellen Chamberlin, K S Lee Slrephenson, AAG ......,..... Wayne Ward, KIJXKP ........,.,, Calela Garrell ............... ...............,... Roland Gardenhire, QXXP Class of 1939 Beri' Roy ,.,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,4 ............... F T. Sumner M, L, I-lays, TDBC-D ,,.,,,,,,,,,4,, .,...,...,,... C anurillo, Tex. Harbour Jones QXXP ...,............ ...... , ....,. F loyd Jewel Eakens ................. ............ L as Cruces Eugene Baifd, .,,,...,,., K -..--,----- Alamggordg Richard Kenr, ........,,,, ,,,,,,,,..,.-w-, S 'fafe Collgge John Bonomo, EAO .....,,,....,. ..,..,,,,,, M ills Paul Hudson ...,,..,.... ,,,,.,.,,,AA.,, M SIFQSQ Kearney Egerlron, CDBG ..........,. ............, M esilla Park Wade Brookreson ...., .,.,....... L as Cruces Class 0 1939 Roberr McCauley, IPBG ...,..,...... ,,,.,,,,,,,,, I-I a+chi+a Pablo Roybal ....,....,.,....., ,,,,,,,,4,,, S .grim Fe Alexander Clmillon ........ Mesilla Park Fred Kays ......... .............-.......A...Texico Richard Hamill, TKE .,.......,. .....,..,... L as Cruces Daniel Bollcin, TKE ...A.......... .,......... S lale College Joseph Young ,,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ............ l. GS Cruces Roberl Jones, QXXP ,........... .............. F TL. Bayard John Whiffin. fDXXIf ...,...,................. - .....,..... Las Cruces Mildred Maddox, K. S ............ ............... E l Paso, Tex. CL.,-,S 0 1939 Regina Yarbrough ................,,.. ............ F abens, Tex. Ailan Sayles, CDBG ...,...,..... .............. I Paso, Tex. James Bradford, AAG ............... ........... L as Cruces Len Pinson, QXNP ............. ...... ............. D S xfer Volney Ambrose .....,.. , ...........A. , ...... ......,..... T aos Jack Greene, CDXXI' ....,..,....... .........,,. L as Cruces Solan Gibson. QTXXT' ..,,........,,.. ............... S an Anfonio, Tex. Joseph Rigney ..,......... .,.....L...,...........A.AAAA.,. M esilla Park Glynden Easley ,....... ,.. ,,,,,,,,.,,,,. Porfales Marie Lusk ............ ,,,,,,,,,,.. L as Cruces CIM 0 1939 Alvin Beavers, TKE .4., .........., ..,,....... I-I ollywood Clyde Simpson ....,., ,.,.,.... ...,.. L a s Cruces Jack Wayne. CDXXP ...,.............. .........,..... M esquilre Scofl Taylor, CIJXXP ...,,A..... ,............,. L as Cruces Nellie Dalrymple .........A....,........... ............... L as Cruces I-lelen Archer, K. S .,..,...... .................. L a Mesa Roscoe Alce ...,........,... ,.,..A,....,.s.. ...,....... M a gdalena Juanilra Locke. ZTA ...,,........,. James Field, TKE ,....,..... ........s.. Mays Adair ....,. 4,...,,,..,.........,...Berino Magdalena ....,.......Las Cruces W uniors Wbose icfuves me UVM- fjiifaioeax' Theodore Alvarez.. ..,,....,... La Union Sanliago Apodaca ,,.e.,.,.eA....,....A......... La MeSa Minnie Trammell Black .oA............,.. Mesguile John Casler ,,......ea..,.,,.,.,,............,.. El Paso, Tex. Roberlr Chamberlin, TKE ............ Eslancia Dillon Chaudoin ...,. . .....l...,........,.....,.A l-lurley Hoy Connelley ......,,...... .......,.,.. C unico Cornelia Crume ..,l..lll ,.e.....,. P orlales William Crume ..,.l... ,....,...,,,.., P orlales Thomas Daeuble .....,,A,.A.,...,.,,..,. El Paso, Tex. Chcsirer Dunning... l.l. ..,Lawrenceville, lll. Lawrence Emerson, CDBG ....,....... Carlsbad Jacie Lee Esslinger, CDBG ..........,. La Mesa Hiram Earnsworlh .....,.,,...........4... Yslela, Tex. Pecos Finley ,...,.....,.,,.. .......,....,.,. C ausey Francis Gallagher ...,,.... ...,..,,..... L as Cruces Angelyn Gould ..,.,.........,.......,. Slale College John l-larlan ..,....,.., ..,.......... B eaumonl, Tex. James l'lomra ...................,..............,....... Porlales Ralph Jordan, CDBG ....,....... La Mesa, Tex. Sleven Keller .,,...,.. San Bernardino, Calii. Arlhur Mahres .......,.............,...,....... Magdalena Richard Meilcle, AAG .,.....,................ Dawson Johnnie Milchell .....,...............,......,..,,,., Bellview Oalher Morper, QXXI' .,,..,,,,,,,,,...,.,,,., Logan Audra Rae Morrison ,..,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,s,,, Rogers George McCarly, QXXP, McLean, Tex. Lesler McCasland .....,......,,.,................. Eorresl Charles D. McKee, AAD, El Paso, Tex. Eslalene McNeill Prall ............ LGS Cruces Dorolhy Norris .........,....................... Hagerman l-l. Pederson, QJXNP, Perlh Amboy, N. J. Marko Perovich ....,.......,.,,..,........... Las Cruces Roberl Pro-vine ..,.,,.,........ ..,.,......, C apilan James Quesenberry .....,.,,..........,. Las Cruces Ernesi Sanchez .,,.,.,.,.,..,.....,.,..,,, Albuquerque John Shulse ....,.... ,...,....... E l. Bayard Eben Singlelon .,.,.. ...,.....,. L as Cruces George Smilh .,.,.,.,,... ......,,..,.., T ererro Beniamin Slevens ..............,,.,....., El Paso, Tex. Scoll Taylor, QJXXP ,.,.......,.......... Las Cruces Durward Trolinger ...,.,,.........,.....,....,...,, Roswell Charles Wallis, CDXXP ..,........,.......,. Amislad Jaclc Ward, TKE .,,.,....,,,...,......,,,,, Las Cruces Draylon Wasson .......,..........,.,.,.... Las Cruces lzalherine Buclcley Williams, Las Cruces William Allen Williams .....,,.. EI Paso, Tex. Gladys Worrell, TXXT' ,,,,....,s....,.,..,....... Clovis Eosler Zimmerman, TKE .......,.,........ Rogers f 2' , .lib-i 2.2 bi C.. gr... N14 l i Ps K.. -C -- A i, ,C -" ,fn 1-X, 'ml New X' f C ,, fx fQO17bOVV10YG5 K Ciass Officers CHARLES GRAHAM LLOYD LYSTER Vice Presiclenf Presidenf EVELYN THORPE Secrefa ry-Treasurer Ctloss of Roberia Z. Siern, ZTA .,,..,..,,,,..,,..., Las Cruces Allred W. Hand ............................,.......... Las Cruces Rulh A. Holcomb, K. S ..,.A........... Alamogordo Roy F. Goddard, CDXXP ..,............... lvlesilla Parlc Thomas G. l-ludson ........................... Forr Sumner Virginia C. Bradford, ZTA .........,,. Las Cruces Marshall O. Thompson ...................., lvlesilla Parlc Rachel B. Poe, ZTA .......,............,...,.. Mesilla Park Lloyd W. Lyslrer, CDBG ..,..,..,............... Las Vegas Alex Smilh ..............,,.........,..., ........,...... lvl esilla Park Louis N. Fagan, AAG ............ I-lallrieslaurg, Miss. Joseph W. Funk, CDBG ,,,,....,.,..,.,.. Lake Arlhur Melvin L. Riichey, KIJXXP ..................... Ralls, Tex. ..............l-lollywood Sumner Lois Beavers ,,...,,..,...., K. Lamar Luna ...,... ,... Luiher I. Bluni, TKE ,.,,,,,,...,,c,,.,,,,,,,,,,,. Juaniia N. Denlon Rex B. Werner. Cecil E. Moon ,........ Brahaim l-lindi ...,...... Eugene Aguirre ...,. .Tucumcari ZTA .............,............. A rlesia .............,.l-lollywood ord an ura n ................Los Lunas CIM. of 4940 Gay L. French ..,..,,.,...Y.......... ....... 5 ...., A lamoqordo William lvlorosi, QDBQ .,,.,,..,.....,....R.......,..... Carlsbad Sidney E. McKinnon, QIJB9 ................,.,.. Carlsbad Ansley S. Weslbroolc ......,.................... Clney. Tex. Roberl C. Blon, EAD .,.....i...........,, El Paso, Tex. J. Franlc Burnell. Jr ...,..., ...............,., Sanla Fe C. l-loward Glover, TKE .....,.......,..,......, Roswell C. Roberl Livermore, AAG ..,..,,..... Las Cruces M. Casey Sibley, fIJX1If ..........,....... Toyah, Tex. Ralph Karlsruher, CDXXP ....,................... Tucumcari Alice R. Jones ci....,......,. ,.......,.... L ordsburg Calvin Townsend ....,...i..i..., ..,.. .......... R o swell William F. Friclc, 'EXW ................,....... Tucumcari John lvl. l-lighlower. CDXXP ............,..,........ Texico Charles l-l. Graham .............. ............... E nqle Allan L. Gruber, QXXI' .,,,, . ,,.. Amon J. Garner, Jr .....,.. Charles W. Adams ....,,,,,.. ..,...Gallup ..,............Seboye+a ............AnJrhony Thomas W. Sears, QB9 ...............,.............,,.. Kenna Clarabel lvl. Echols, ZTA ,...,,,,..,..,, John W. Birolwell, AAG ..,...,...... Las Cruces .,.'..Las Cruces cjamso Richard L. Squires Jacolo Tegada ,,.....,...........,,,,,A,,,,,, Roberl D. Sheppard ..,.....,., Nazario C de Baca ..... J. Cecil Wood ,..,,,..,,...,, S. Lucille Norris.. Chloe Freeman Kuhnley .,.,,.,, Elmer E. Darr, QDBQ ..,..,.. J. Henry Gusrafson, Violel Rucker ..........,..,.i,.... . Byron F. Yares, Jr ........,,,, Syloil Lee Clagelf ........ -... S. Warner Bronson, KDBC9 .......,....... Wilber L. Fi+e, CDBG? .,.,. OHS W. Boise, CDBG Harry Will ...................,........................ ............ John G. Boyce, CIPXXP ..,.......................... Mary Jo Lancasier ............,,...... F. Floyd Slevens .,.,,.,,,.,,............, James F. Redford, AAG .........,,... Maxine' M. Geren, K. 4940 .........,....Crownpoin1' os ...........Gallup nla Fe ...........Sprlnger ............l-lagerman .............Adrian, Tex. Springs TKE ......... ...... L as Cruces ........Ga rfield ............Ra+on ..........,..Clay+on Las Cruces Mesilla Park u rley .Roswell .Carlsbad .Van Horn, Tex. ..............An+on, Tex. ..-EI Paso, Tex. S ..,,............... Las Cruces CIM 0151940 Philo W. Burler ....A....................,....,.......,......... Carlsbad Alberl F. Chase, SAO ........,.,....,.......,... Tularosa John C. Tallman .,.....................................,...,, Carlsbad Wiliam L. Summers, Jr., TKE ...... Fabens, Tex. David L. l-lenderson, QXXP .,...,...,.. Silver Cily Roberl G. While, EAO ............. .....,..... C apulin Evelyn P. Woodbridge ..................... Fl. Sumner Randall W. Brillain .,..,... .................. F orresl Isabel V. Medley ,.,............ ............ B elen James E. Reeves ,,s.,..................i....,,.... Albuquerque Mabel C. Howard ,....,........ ..........,.,........v. R oswell William F. Pilrard ................ ........... D es Moines Bealrrice Williams Alce, K. S ..,..,..., Las Cruces Richard E. Weaver, CDXXP ....,..,.... Whealland Mary K. Cpilz ...........,..... . ,............. Anlhony Sidney W. Johnson, EAO ...............,,.........,..,... Taos l-larry T. Slevenson, CDBG ............... Alamogordo William I. Cassell. EAO ............... Cenrer, Colo. William l-l. Cabeen, AAG ......... Albuquerque Carlron l-l. McGregor, TKE ,..... Lake Valley George l-l. Allen, EAO .................. Abilene, Tex. CIM 0 1940 Thomas W. Lawson, Jr., 117139 ......... Carlsbad William R. Franey, TKE ,..........,.,...,,........ Deming Thomas V. Long, CDBG? ....,...s,...,....,..,.i...... Poriale Francisco C. Mariinez .......,.,........ El Paso, Tex. Gerald B. Greeman, EAO ...,.,,,,........,.,. Deming Arihur P. Mc:Gurn ...,. ........... E l Paso, Tex. l-lugh F. Powell, 115139 .............,,... Mesilla Park Frederica W. Lewis, ZTA .,,......... Mesilla Park Floyd V. Doyal .......,.,,.......,..,.. ....,..........,,.. C aproclc Aileene P. Longlooilom, ZTA ,,.... Las Cruces Sylva M. Bricker .....,..,.....,,................ - ,.... Las Cruces Evelyn G. Thorpe, ZTA ,.....,.,....,.,,.... Las Cruces Joe Jaclcson .,,...........,.,,.......,. . .,,...,,,,...,.. Cimarron Earl R. Buller, AAG ...,,.,.......... ........,.. R oswell Theodore l-loy, QJBQ ....,,,...,... ....,....., V aughn Joe S. Lewis, Jr ......,.... ,..........,., M esilla Park Esialee Siuarl ................ ...,........,. l-l aich Medardo Orleqa ..,.......,.. .......,..... C himayo Edward E. Gray, Q39 ....... ..... ..,.......... L a Mesa Flelcher Hall, Q39 .... ....... .............,... ..,..... C a p iidfi Nelson Clayshulle, CDBG ............ ...,......... M esilla ,f r r: ' T f ,rj . V V L. ff! f ' .5 ' I 1 . 0 Class o 494-O Zoe E. Sealor ......., ,,,..,...,................. Park Ridge, Ill. Johnny E. Donohue, CDBG .....,.,,...,.. Silver Cily June T. Broolcshier, K. S .,,..,......... , ........... Roswell Dororhy N. Nealherlin ...,,,,... ....,,..... L a Union Juan lvl. Ramirez, Jr .......... ...........,, S anla Fe Virginia R. Williams ...A........ ..........A... C arlsbad Reece Savell. AAG ..........,...,..,,.....,,...,.........,.. Berino Slreve E. Eubanlcs, 413139 ,...,, Lawrenceville, Ill. James A. Robinson, Jr .....,.4,,.,.,.....,,..,. Hillsboro Margarer O. Ramirez AA.,.,,.,,... ......,,,... S an+a Fe Roy E. Creek, TKE .,............ ,... .,... . . Porlrales l-lelen L. Peek ,...,..,.... ..........,.,.. C5 allup Meddie O. Cunningham, K. S ....... Las Cruces Chalmers A. Loughridge, CIJXXP ..,...,.. Gallup Agnes Jaclcson .,.,....,....,..... .,.,..,.....,.,,,,.,,., C imarron De Solo W. Laughler ................. ,..,,,,...,,,,,,,,.. R oy James C. Borroum, TKE .....,.,. Edinburg, Tex. Herberl I-lolcomb, AAG ............... Alamogordo A. Lesler Sluarl, KDXXP ..........,.....,.,,.,.,... Gallup Levon Lee, TKE ......,....,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,..,,,,,,, C Iovis Earl Larimer, Jr., QBQ ,,,.,,,.,,,,,,v,,,,,,,...., Dexler Lee S'l'l'lh .............,........... , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Tulia, Tex, .... ' ...... .. C5 444614 I 9 EQ A A I 'Y 1 gif ish Ili!-4 275, 'E 4, ,354 JI ,r" - I ff ji L' I' I PM ,Q J, F f' lw 'H 'Kr . l FT ' 1 'Q 37' W pix I v4 uf. . rm. Xu A:-V:-'fa 'L ,, QA A E '? jf'-fly, 13 ,riq-"I WHA- vj ,. ..7, I , W . -. kk:-' Mrk R711 W! IJVI Y ' f 'V H , 1 1-hx N' Pa sg.. - Q X A w ' f rag Lf ,V 1 , -'Z -i N u vf N. '1 ', u 2 Ti 6 ,fa .y if vglki-is-x Page sGveen'i'y4migl1'l' F f4-4 Class O1-ficevs TCM HARTIGAN, DAVID CROWLEY Vice Presidend' Presiderfr Ll LA FO R BIS Secrefa ry-Treasurer floss o Lelson Cox ......,.,,...,.....,.....................A.........,,,.,. San Jon David A. Crowley, TKE, Greenwich, Conn. M. Horron, TKE ,.,... Olcl Greenwich, Conn. Nancy Johns, ZTA .cc........, ..,,,.,A,,,,v,,. L as Cruces Belly Jane Hall ..,..A.,.,,.... .,..,......., C onvoy, Ohio Karherine Boll ...,...,,....,.. ,.....,.A.....,..c.., G amerco James Wilkerson.. .,.s......,.,. Quay Abacl Marrinez .,,....,,...,........c.... .......,.., C himayo l-lenry Davis, TKE ..A,.......... ...........Bayarol Mary Alice Creamer i,,..,,.,,.,,.,...,.. Slare College Jean McDowell, ZTA A....,,,c........ ,... E l Paso, Tex. Isabel Solo .....,........,....,.,.. ...c,,..,,. L as Cruces Roloerr Earp ................ .....,..... 6 renville Viclor Perry ..,.....,..,,., ............ E ncino James l-lale ..,,.,..... ...,....A..,. I-l ollywoocl Lena Rurh McClellan, ZTA ..,,,,... Mesilla Park Lois Chambers, ....,.............,,.....,.c.,..4.. Las Cruces Rebecca Sears, ZTA .cc,.,,,csc,,,,,,.,,,,.......c,,,.,..A. Kenna Jack Campbell, CDBQ ........... ........... L as Cruces Arch Rienharolr .......,...................,..........,,.. Magdalena Russell McNeace, TKE .....s.....,...s........,......4..,, Levy dw C1055 0 4944 Doris McNeill. ZTA ............. .,......,... L GS CFUCGS Barbara Hoose ......,...........,..,......................,... CeI'lSlD6Ol A Berry Jane Crawford, ZTA ........,... Las Cruces Thomas Harligan, QJBG ,............,...A...... Gamerco Huberl J. Wallers .,...................... Sweeney, Tex. Slenson Andrus, AA9 ..,...,....,...A........,.. Hagerman Roberjr Smillm, KIFXXP ............ ........... R oswell Tlwelma Hale, K. S ..A..,.,....., ........,.... G allup A. E. Halcln, 119139 ......1,.,..., ...... ............... H a rch Helen Carwardine, ZTA ...............,.. Las Cruces T Fred Miller, ....,.A ,.......Tularosa Eleanor Herndon. ........,,.,.... ..ALas Cruces M, 'CC'T T Jacob Walker .....,..... .,... . A,,.,...,.,,House 1 4. ,CT Olice Marie Everage ............... ..,.,....... C arlsbad V, I 'l ' Mark Raaoslavaal, oxqf sss,,.....,.s.,s..r..r.r... claymn Full! - Vncror Keesecker ,........, ,,,,,,s,,4,.,.,,,4, R alon Lowell Decker ....... .....,.,,.,,,,......,A,A.,, H ooker, Okla. Laurence Davis, TKE .....A...,.....,......,, Las Cruces rene A gell ..............,.........,,.,....,.......,.,..... Lakewood Mary Eleanor Godbey .....A........................,, Loving Louise Wrignl, K. S ....,.,........ ............... C lovis zafww J H 24121653 XA.,-q"'6rin Downing ..........,.............,.......,...A..A..... Sanla Rosa Rolaeri Remonclini, QXXP ........,A....,......... Deming -Paul Marshall, QJXXI' .,A.,.....,. ..,........ D exier Woodrow Lair ........, .........,... R aswell Arliss Colole .,...,.,..................... ....,....... C layion Dub l-larclin, AAG ...,,,,.,ii... ,,,.,.4,,.,. l-l agerman Josephine Miller ...,.,.,..,.,,.,,.....,.......,................. Tularosa Warren Vesper, fIJXXIf ...,., lvlonlebello, Calif. Phyllis Phillips, ZTA ...................,..,....... Las Cruces James K. Doclcray .,,,..,,,..A,, .,.,....vvYw,....... D exier Barnie Yarbrough .......,.... Marie Arrese .,...o.... Jane Quinlan .....,......,..............,,. ,,...,,,,,,.SJra+e College ..,,.....,.Albuguerq ue ,,,,,.,.,.,,,i,,.,,......l-lurley Maiclie Evans Faulk .....,............... Valenline, Tex. Rulh Beauchamp .,.....,..... Wayne Thursion ......,. John Pacheco ...,. ..... George Blumenshine ..... l-lowarcl Beaiy, AAG ,.,...... ......,,...... Lovingion ,,,,.,.,...,...Springer ..............Sania 'Fe .....:.A.,,All3uquerque ......,........Alamogorolo Raymond Cooke ....,.....,...,..,,,.....,....... Farwell, Tex. Morgan Nelson, CDXXP .....................,,.....,.... Roswell Class of Roberr Drown, CDBG ,....................... Clyde. Olwlo William Juliana. GQXKP ...........................A..... Gallup Clarence l-lollman. TKE ,.............,,........... Roswell Oren Wingfield. CDBG ............ ...,..,....,... l-I urley Lois Dunkle, ZTA ..,,.,.,,..... ........,..... L as Cruces Ralph Wilson .a,,...,.. Truman I-lousron ..A....... Wiley Carr .....,,... Clyde Cook ....,,.,... Marvin Henderson .......A... Floyd Bonnell, CDXXP J. R. Greene ........... Miles Williams, CDXXP .........,...i.. Melvin Jones .....,,,A,.,..... Joseph Gardner .,,..., Roloerl Maddox, CDBG ,.,.......,,. ......,.......Mesilla Pars: ...........Sugaril'e larosa ....,...,,....Claylon Odessa, Tex. Gamerco ............,.......Engle ......,,,.,.Ral'on ..,.,........Clay+on ......,s.....Van l-lorn .,,.,.......Azlec lma Fay Sears ..............,...,.... ....,...,,........,,,.,..... L ogan Joe Slolces. CDBG ...,.....,..,.,....,.... Wolflorlh, Texg Woodrow Wesl .............. .............,. F l. Sumner Dallas Rierson .........,,,....A..,i,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Clovis Leonard Mil'Cl'1ell, CDXXP ...,.,,,,,,.,,,,4,,, H ,,,,, Bellview CIM 0 1941 James Hoover ......,...,. Moreau Miller .,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Fred Haggard, CDBG 4,,A,,,A,,,,, ..............Mogollon Fl. Davis, Tex. .,....,...,,..,..,........Gallup Edward Pack, TKE .......,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,A, F Jr. Bayard Harold Peecl, CDBG ,,,,,,,.,.,, .,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, R aswell Willell While, TKE ,,,,4,o,,,o,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, F12 Slranlon Berr Williams .....A.,,.,,....,.....A,.,., James Foy, AAG ,,......,..... l Ruloye High .............. Ray Marlin .....,..,..,,,... Angela Gonzales ........ Charles Lawrence ...,......,,.cClovis ,.....c....Shiproclc ...............Las Cruces .....,....,.,...Springer ,......,....,l.emi+ar .......,.....Socorro ...,,,,.Ca rlsbad ...,.....,,Eslancia ...Cloudcroll .Lovinglon .......:...,..,.Fairacres ,Des Moines Kenl Mclnlosh, 11539 .,.,.....,... ...,,. ' J-sand R '7 in urh Brunell ,..,,..,...................,, ' 5Ci'wf-Ajaoim spears, Me ..,,.icccc,c cccc,scccssssic F arminglon 4'J444ff441-A-Lluu I Ola Baird ..,..,.,.,...s. ....s.....,,..,.,..,,,,.,.,. W. Dallon Harris, TKE .....,..,,. Ralph Holmes ...,,............,. Morris Moss, EAO ..,.,,...,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,, Daniel Lindsay .,.,..,..,,,. Kennelh Everell .........,.,, ..,,..,.....Ra+on ..,.,...,.,,.Tucu mca ri l fi'-' Ulflllllf'-Illlr X i ffl' Ways 'V Xoiilolivlzi 4-gill 1' A oi gh lcyf'icui,2 F CIM 0151941 Daniel Chavez. ............... . ..............I.as Lunas Mary Virginia While .......... ........... L as Cruces Jessie Woodbridge ...,....A.... ............ F +. Sumner Max Beene, TKE ..,.,.......... ........... l. as Cruces Ollie Sheridan .e,................... ...........,.,..,,. C lovis Elvin Christ CDBG ...A....... eA,,..,A...... A lbuguergue Rhoda Freeman, K. S ..,.,....,......,..A....,,,. Carrizozo ww--+. vu. .4 g .q,....4i,,,I ....,,.......... nlhony Qlytk Helen Anderson .,....,.,.....,......,...,..,..,,... El Paso, Tex. Kaiherine Wiley, ZTA ,.......,..,.....,.s. lvlounl Dora Sidney Shapiro, QJXYI' ......,...,.,...,..,, Bronx, N. Y. Esiher Mayer ,......,.......... .............. I. as Vegas Charles C. Curry ...,.......... .,,...,..... C arlsbad Joseph Tilrnanl .....,....,..........,....,...........,... Las Cruces Claude Cromer, EAO ..........,......,... Naples, Tex. Frank Gray, TKE ........... - .... ............ l-l urley Richard Cunningham ............... ............Carlsbad l.aurene'Floyd ................. ...........,. S ania Fe Kenneih Mims .....,...... ............. E lephani Buiie Nalhan Reiler ......,.... .,..,.........,.. L as Cruces Mcl-lenry Alphin ..,....... ......,.,., E l Dorado, Ark. Class o Olga Ponslord ..,......... ......,.... E l Paso, Tex. Ray Provincio ..,,.. ,,,..... ,A,,,..,,,,,.,,.,. A nllwony Wilma Snow ,..,, ,,... ,,.,,.,,,......,....AA C arrizozo Lila Forbes .......... ,....,,......... ........, .,,.,, L a s Cruces Barbara Green. ZTA .,,,........,...,.A.. Slale College Lillian l-lowarcl ,..i..,. . ,,,,,i,,,..i,,, lvlesilla Park Nobel Jones ,,..i.,,.i.,,,,,...,.. .............. C laylon Elizabellw Nordlnaus ,.i,,. ....,,.........,. L as Cruces Jessie Rullw l-larrelson, K. S ...,....,. Mesilla Park Carl Freeman .,,.........,., ,,,...,..,.... C arrizozo Mary Gaarlar ,..,....i.... .........,,,. L as Vegas Samia l-lindi ........,.....,. ............,............ D uran Flizaloellu Fouls .......,. ....,....,..,. E l Paso, Tex. Annie Porler Deen .........,.......,.,..,,..,...,...,. Porlales Louise Campbell ,,...u........,....,.,..,,....... Las Cruces l-larris l-lowell, CDXXP ...,..... Wellinglon, Tex. Kennelli Anderson .,,...,,..,.,.....,,i Versailles, Ky. Jessie L. Miller .......... ............. T ucumcari Roberl Niccurn ....,.,.,,..,......,.,,...,.,,......... Cisne, lll. Jeli lsaaclcs, AAG ............,........,...,. Las Cruces Bill Savage ...,.................... .................,........ I-l alclw Edward Caviness, QXXP ,.................... Causey Cleo Eminger ..........,............ ..i.................. F loyd Nellie l-larrison ....................,............... Allus, Olcla. Newell Freeman, AAG ...,............,. Las Cruces ,U l...ir ,, L' F 94 ., lg ff l 1 . 1 il: i. w Y ll g I ATT Y. 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Pacemaker Joe . . . . . watchful waiting . . Clyde and Prexy on hand for the big game . . . . .Dan Williams . . . . . 'Tin naturally a fightin' man ..... True and loyal to the crimson and white . . . . . and why not? . . hurricane. Handsome 0 u t f i t, what? ..... "Sheep" Hays, umpire ..... Must have been the Arlam's State game . . . . . HO, say can you see?:' ..... Higher education- the girls can spell! . . . . . this may be our May Queen, but we don't 'believe it . . . . Hatch seen through a pea-soup fog ..... early fall workout . . . . . two and two make fore and aft. A I rug, '3'::r "2 ,, J - ,..- 4 . . 74 ..4l ,-D 'LV 'fm - .wuz . , ,- - .L - V ml, h. wx yt 4 . '14 f --,pw-'lc,,-fl IZ, ', ELL? -in H . -. , ..- .. " s. A v 1 lg:-A , ff. 112.4 - L, Vg, h ' ' ,a-1:1 w f-1.-'gp' 'xg . tx r""' F 1' ' VP? 'K A 5 " .., 1:-rm, '7- ,A ,, -E775-'.1'1Iff 1 .,' L 4 , ug. ' y-'yy A iff ' p"2e.:1S'.y' V '. ' ,-u...'e..4s.. HV: "Wen, w-1 Q ,,, lt's nice and it's Kozy ..... give her ,a towel ..... with four years of college behind him, the Great- est Aggie gives of his Bunch best ..... The smile that duped the Miller boy . . . . . Gallupian Peek and papoose ..... the Popularity Kid . . Sergeant Cragin begs your pardon ..... "Quiet, please" . . . . . . so does Inder- muehle ..... Hoose and Hamill . . . . . la Ponsford . . . . . the Sultan of Fan Tan and friend. L ,., l but S EEK Chilton and Mc- Cauley score a birdie .....B.A.101can go to hell! ..... Heavy, heavy . . . . . Swatz and niece, McNew, check over hometown papers .... Campbell a f t e r coconuts ..... a re- peat on Pickett and Peek ..... arms and the man ..... young E v a n s and Swatzie observe festivi- ties..... Hale, believe it or not ..... fire when you are ready, Sir . . . . . Bird Dog, M, A. y, . 4 ,.. , Y "J, 5- s 4 if 1 v +.,, -. - - 49- , ,f .5 ' 1 5 . . l Y l Y 1 A I ' ' 5, -Q mp tx. ,iw , km . , F . 1... H4 Y-I A V 1, . 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' -1 ' ' . -i ! . Q "5-'W 'V "f' 'Ur'-1 ' 1" . ' - ' " A -' - A ' ' 4'-L C "Alf f' lfi . 4, l. se 1 - 4 -, - mr-fa, f -- 1 - '-' yn. .Q 1. I 1:41 . an :ggi -,fix alt: Hu, K - ' I " .' 4 -- :Tv . . . -1, 1-' f L , ' ' , "W "7'i- , "!X":- , .., 'R Y 0 Ll Calamity ,lane anrl scowl ..... Milton and Andy go-a-1'al3lJit- huntin' ..... Erstwhile 'glaest-lim ern thrills local lasscs . . . . . barricade . . . . . Virginia gets lcft out ..... HA" DAY DOIN'S Mixing it up for the frosh ..... Cox shows them how it,s clone . . ...easygoesit Try truckin' it, boys . . . . . what goes on here? Your guess is as good as ours ...., that ,lohn's girl always lias a rarin' time . . . . . lVlarga1'e't Horton . . . . . objections over- ruled ..... Barbara Hoose . . . . . Miller and Lawson . . . . Betty lVIcGruder . . . . . Marvin, tlie master-rninfl ..... Q Swarzenbach ..... proof on that program- selling spree Thomas put on down at Mines? .....MaryAlice... Illinois is the place and Dunningls th e name ..... the S in i t li lad who woul-dnit have his pic- ture in the hook .... Quinlan's best ufrom- me-to-you" smile . . . . . . S. S. Baker, Jr. . Business Manager Roane does some nice managing ..... 'gllet me tell you" Ponsford . . . . . The 5111135 ace- scribe Beaty ..... Editorial policies . . ...MaryEllen..... and razzle-dazzle Por- ter. C , ,V X. i Professorial Personalities Edgel ..... Hazel- wood ..... Reed . . . . . Branson .... . Guthrie ..... Beem and Scott ..... Maj. Hallowell ..... Johansen ..... en- gineering staff ..... Lyric-coniposer Syd and compadre ..... what's wrong with this picture? ..... Abbott .....Fredclie..... and Resley . . Hixon, Keller and- a nurse, We betcha . . . . . a tense moment for Corley and Hines . . . The Wilson fire and aftermath ..... in- ventor Fields ..... Dad Jett, most popular faculty 1T1Cll1.l3C1'. M ' 7- A Y .JT ., V 1 I 1 N X wil I I 'IW' ' ' I I 'Lf .11 f il vv ' ,im ,... df.. fx' 'E :whif- A qff-- KJ'-' flgfx z, X is A, ' """f "Ss 4 Z X"".E. - ' ' fs '5"i -NSN ai ji---3- "' 2. sf Q'F ,-cz ,E -EQ 2, if as imbas 67- 4- 1' ig, ri-Ist dvawaes eau!-ies : , - if '.'f'?2f1,.1 xii A ' ,, Na+ 1...,3u,, a K--L. I, ' T-il" ' if1fr'2574.1'iE:5y.q,,,: T , i7'.'i"U. .. .5351 4 . 'cz'-' - V. H ,,,.i1 ,,1E,-:s::::y,5, , WK el' -T :Ei-F: .J--Q14?S'...,,' cf? . Ti '1-: 'i'-Ben ' -. -... ,.,- J., ...yi -. "l fS1f!5SJ"f.1' 'J-'k"' ' I-if---"L -'LV 1" . T '..' i "---.i '5i?G".1- , :'. rpm, 'J-"5:1qE1'ifs:fA', ,if al H .- . iv.-,inf-f-.. ., Aywaoub L ouson Raymond Jonson, arTisT oT SanTa Fe, New Mexico. acTed as iudge Tor This year's VaniTy Fair secTion. Mr. Jonson has lived and painTed in New Mexico Tor The lasr TourTeen years. l-le sTudied aT The ArT School oT The ArT AssociaTion oT PorTland, The Chicago Academy oT Fine ArTs, and The ArT lnsTiTuTe oT Chicago. From l9l3 To IQI6 Mr. Jonson was Graphic ArT DirecTor oT The Chicago LiTTle TheaTre. l-le TaughT drawing and miscellaneous subiecTs aT The Chicago Academy of Fine ArTs Tor Three years beginning in I9l8. l-le is represenTed in all parTs oT The coun- Try in privaTe collecTions and public insTiTuTions. Six oT his panels hang in The Library oT The UniversiTy oT New Mexico. Since coming To New Mexico Mr. Jonson's painTing has sTeadily progressed Trom The Academic Through numerous phases unTil Today we Tind him in an imporTanT posi- Tion in arT by reason oT having accomplished original sTaTemenTs in The absTracT and non-obiecTive. Dane Rudhyar, auThor and criTic has said-"Raymond Jonson approaches The prob- lem oT absTracT Torm wiTh a sensibiliTy closely responsive To The menTal Tensions oT This age. His aim seems To be ThaT oT liTTing up Trom The clashing currenTs oT liTe Those ele- menTs oT pure signiicicance which are rooTed in The essenTial and The permanenT." ill I : ' ' W I i 1 I N v ? x - - r V I Y x x E u I 5 W: 1 . 1 I f, 1.2 I I I v 1 I i A " Y, ,l.,,l V115 g 21ll!I1f,.w.-wi :yi L- 1, A . ' i . .-49--" AL-M 4 1 1 H A , a -w. a -. ,'1. 2 H w I Y vi Y ' I D I If'-V -I 2, ffl, . Ty lj ., ,vh. -, ws, in! LV? l Li, I Y 0 1 L l 'ik' I I I I I I I I I 9 2, A, , l A .I gg, w ,V .. ,f 'gvflwi "iq I R A W I I . I I I I I Czamiaus genus!-ies MART!-IA BROOK MARlE ARRESE MARGARET HORTON HELEN PEEK REGINA YARBROUGH CARTHELLE JOHNSON BARBARA HOOSE ENID EDWARDS ROBERTA STERN LENA RUTH MCCLELLAN Vanity Fair photos by Weeks-Redmon, E1 Paso, Texas f X v 1' lefics vm l I i. x V v s I 'i U v J ERRY HINES Civiwason UM en!-ors lnslilling a lighling spiril inlo his charges which keeps lhem on lheir leel, playing lheir hardesl unlil lhe linal whislle blows whelher win or lose, Jerry l-lines, head coach and direclor ol alhlelics has boosled lhe crimson alhlelic prowess inlo lhe lop ranks ol lhe Border Conlerence loop. Wilh probably lhe smallesl budgel in lhe loop and lhe second smallesl sludenl body, Jerry has always produced loolball learns lhal close lhe season in lhe lop berlhs and his varsily casaba arlisls have gone lhrough lheir conlerence season undelealed lo eslablish a precedenl and annex lhe champ- ionship lille lor lhe second conseculive season. lvlenlor l-lines is an Aggie himsell, he grasped lhe coveled sheepskin in lhe class ol T926 aller a colorlul career on lhe gridiron and baskelball hardwoods and lurned lo coaching lhe alhlelic deslinies ol Las Cruces High. l-lis oulslanding record recalled him lo Slale College lhree years laler when he look up lhe dulies ol head coach and direclor ol alhlelics. Slressing lhe imporlance ol lhe lundamenlals ol blocking and lackling in building a slrong ball club, line coach -Vaughn Corley has developed lhe crimson lorewall inlo one ol lhe mighliesl in lhe loop circles. The duo ol l-lines and Corley has become one ol lhe lopnolch coaching learns in lhe conlerence circles. lvienlor Corley also direcls lhe ellorls ol lhe rhinie baskeleers, who lurned in I3 wins oul ol I7 slarls, and is lhe head lrack coach. Aller laking over lhe duly ol di- recling lhe scanlily clad perlormers he insliluled lhe New lvlexico Slale invilalional meel, now an annual lrack carnival. l-lis abilily on lhe cinder ovals is allesled lo by lhe conlerence records his charges have laken. Vaughn gradualed lrom Texas Tech lhe year lhal Jerry came back lo Slale College, and he was chosen lo lollow as head coach al Las Cruces. The growing need lor anolher coach lo assisl l-lines, broughl Corley lo Slale College in i932 when he look up his presenl dulies. VAUGI-IN CORLEY y Il ff' Q4 .Association The "A" f'XssociaTion is an honorary TraTernal organizaTion esTablished on The STaTe College campus in I934 To Torward The purposes oT aThleTics on The campus. The membership oT The organizaTion is limiTed To The men on The campus who have earned a leTTer in one oT The Three major sporTs. An imporTanT TuncTion oT The associ- aTion is The passing and enTorcing oT rules regarding The wearing oT The ma- ior "A" on The campus. The associaTion ioinTly sponsors The v V liliil ll prinTing oT TooTball programs during The gridiron season wiTh The aThleTic deparTmenT, To procure Tunds which are used To purchase sweaTers Tor squadmen on The Track, TooTball, and baslceTball Teams. During The year, sev- eral dances have been sponsored by The organizaTion To swell The sweaTer Tund. The oTTicers oT The organizaTion Tor This year were: EmmeTT l-lixon, presis denT and l-loward Schwarzenbach, vice- presidenT. nt-vavuuval Counci E. Hixon, Stern, Bradford, Hamill, McGurn Martinez, Loughridge, Baird, Swartzenbach, Maddox EMMETT HIXON Chairman ROBERTA STERN Secretary-Treasu,rer ELTON BRESENHAM Director The inTramural council was organized on The campus To encourage The enTire sTudenT body To parTicipaTe in aThf leTics, Thus providing wholesome and acTive recreaTion Tor Those sTudenTs who are unable To parTicipaTe in var- siTy compeTiTion. The council sponsors, annually. a series oT compeTions among The social TraTerniTies and independemk men on The campus. Awards are given To The winners in The individual sporTs and a cup is awarded To The TraTerniTy or organizaTion'which makes The highesT raTing during The season. The sporTs which are TosTered in- clude: Touchball, baslceTball, baseball, Track, Tennis, ping-pong, horse-shoe piTching and swimming. The membership oT The council is Tormed by The chairman oT The council and represenTaTives Trom The TraTer- niTies, sororiTies, and independenT or-- ganizaTions on The campus. The in- Tramural aThleTic direcTor is The TaculTy represenTaTive oT The group. 'i.':ai: lVL!T'i'fliii Rl beer wsbevs u Y-, ,V A l' f-- :Y 'a1., i , .5 . H l 62 H , Ei " ? . 4 sf. , , 1 i MORPER WHITE LIQVERMORE SUMMERS A big boosi which helped Jrhe Aggie gridmen lo walk oil wilh The second place crown in lhe Border loop was given by Jrhe cheer leaders, who were responsible for arousing an already healed crowd ol supporlers Jro new fervor. Oalher lvlorper was selecied ini ihe annual eleciion for s+uden+ body offic- ers Jro lead 'rhe Aggie supporlrers dur- lumllvl iiyi ing Jrhe season. I-le was assislred in lronl ol ihe sludenl body by Barbara Green, Bob Livermore, Bill Summers and W. E. While. In addiiion To Jrheir responsibililies for sysiemalized pep during The home games, The cheer leaders allended games a+ San Diego and Tucson Jrhrough The cooperalion of 'rhe slrudeni body. - - Qoflwb ivavsil-Y vibsfevs WiTh his Team depleTed by The grad- uaTion OT The Four Furies, The Tabulous Lem PraTT, line plunging Mark Spanogle and The Tamous Apodaca duo, along wiTh wiry Anse George, who did mosT oT his playing in The opposiTion's back- Tield, menTors l-lines and Corley had To look To iunior college ,TransTers and members oT lasT year's record breaking Treshman squad To produce players To equal Their losses via The sheepskin rouTe. When crimson prospecTs Tor The currenT season were summed up. gloom prevailed unTil The l-linesmen's abiliTy was proven in an impressive I4-O win over The highly Toured Miners. OUT oT unTried maTerial, The Aggie coaching dueT developed one OT The besT balanced Teams To Trod on The sod oT Quesenberry Tield wiTh one oT The mighTiesT lines in crimson hisTory. The Torewall, TauTly sTrung beTween a Tine seT oT ends in rugged Bill Mal- colm, agile Melvin RiTchey, Frank Koze- liski and Joe l-lixon, managed To smoTh- er mosT oT The opposiTion ground plays during The year and opened up Tre- mendous holes Tor The swiTT TooTed Aggie backs. All-ConTerence JolTin' Joe Yurcic 'LIT' "'ii'i'u and sTurdy EmmeTT l-lixon, who was Torced ouT oT The game early in The season by a knee injury, Turnished l'-lines wiTh Two oT The TopnoTch Tackles in The conTerence. BeTween pivoTeers Louie Long and STeve Keller wiTh guards George McCarTy. STud Parker and Joe Camunez smoThered all plays direcTed aT Their spoTs. l-lines developed a speedy duo oT Touchdown Twins in Eddy Miller and MerT Gillis, boTh Triple ThreaTers, who kicked, ran. and passed mosT oT The crimson Tallies. The massive Torm oT Speegle Wood was always good Tor The cenTer line plunge and The Two yards needed Tor a TirsT down. l-loward Schwarzenbach, Elmer Darr and STeam- boaT Baird, surpassed lasT season's per- Tprmance in Tilling The oTher backTield soT. OUT oT The Twelve encounTers on The crimson schedule, IO were chalked up in The win column wiTh only Two deTeaTs To mar Their record. Texas Mines, New Mexico UniversiTy, Silver CiTy Teach- ers, FlagsTaTT, Tempe, WesTern STaTe, and SanTa Barbara Tell beTore The swiTT aTTacks oT The red and whiTe. Only San Diego STaTe and The sTrong Uni- versiTy oT Arizona eleven scored wins. Whose two years of varsity play have ilvev --f. u 4, -is Q 7 ,x - , ,. t i' l i Joe Yurcic ' T i., i ll. hifi I i V I l. seen him placed on two all conference teams, is the founda- tion of the strong Aggie front wall. Eddy Miller One of the greatest crimson punters and a threat to any de- fense, has made his bid for Aggie star- dom. Speegle Wood Graduating line raining full, wili leave a hole difficul' to fill. , , w 'r ' F .Mu- 'T 'B' 7 P4 fit ii K 1+, L' MQ' " l Z A i i ., N. a i. - N , , V 51111-g-1-l' T wt , it l ' .Q if z 'f.Qal'X gi YQ' ' -' 'lrftf T ,- f Li r ni: .1 , li - ,I A V KL -'-i. itll-W .. 1 " Af hr . : I V.,- -ir! 1. X r Ne ti I i l S.. ii- , -' 5' 'SE a The second game ot the crimson schedule saw a hapless eleven trom Silver City State Teach ers tall betore the l-linesmen 34-O in a game which never saw the loall carried into Aggie territory The Silver City ottensive was piled up throughout the game and the l-linesrnen kept up their touchdown march until the end ot the game. lvliller, Gillis, Schwarzenloach and Darr contributed to the top heavy tinal score. 1 ""IIllll eywss ines 1 s-v. ...W .3 4 . . , , i i i.,.r-:-'. 1 W ,. - +I-.ffm ., X i Mi.-. A R l lgw C , Howard Schwarzenbach His last year, played a topnotch game, even though he sus- tained s ev er al in- juries during the season. Frank Kozelislci Forced out of the game with a crip- pled leg, will be a first string man for the end position next year. 743 , 'I -,'. r .iit A V A George McCarty A :ft-'x , .X D. i -, -... ' In 11 ,-- E- V , : ac . " f vig ,avi , . z I " V Q ti , I, . -i Diminutive g u a r d, whose fighting spirit made up for his size, will be a threat f o 1' All-Conference honors next year. Dominating the game trom the opening whistle, behind the mightiest line in Crimson history, a quartet ot switt Aggie backs rode hell-tor-leather over a highly touted Texas Mines Eleven to a I4-O victory opening their IQ37 grid season. A tast charging line prevented the hapless muck- ',i'g:jlgi'ii1ll . v R alph Jourdan "Cotton", made a name for himself in one year of varsity play. James Bradford Saw little servi c e this year. Joe l-lixon Captain of the Hinesmen and all round Aggie, leaves his name in the hall of fme. eycas ines ,A ff ff i me .X all Q L -.lf ,i ' ' .qi l ll ers from crossing lhe payslripes. The lirsl Counler came early in lhe game when a fumble from Ken l-leinmen was recovered by The Crimson. The second counler came in a pass from Miller lo Gillis. . iw, ir . f-ffl ll-iii I",-rl: ew ey ice Bill Malcolm Of NMMI fame, was the b e s t defensive end in the confer- ence. K 12" iii' 'Ali '. .Y ' ifl'-l""Fff"fi"3 ' ,, Q ii T T Bob Shields 1 ' J ,X l Proved to be -a veil- ' T of ' M in fig uable man in t e , l :Q ix Q, W .:. tackle slot and his ' "Q, "', f3 fX" towering form made -.j H ff ' V. b w'2 ,, g, him a menace to the , V"-fjligt ' 'T gg A oppositions line. is A-J , l - l X J vgltftiidjim, A',1. 3 ly . ' . -l., fi y EmmeTT l-lrxon . if , b 1. if :I V qw.: l , Although put out of ,QXERJ . fl- play in the Univer- "'i"-'H'a5?aQ sity of New Mexico , 'i A i tilt eariy in the sea- gil, son, Hixon was put 153' on the All-Border l ' ' ' s second team. . -Em -x . 1 -M... ..-- , - .--sw' V . aff- ' - r v' A l Scoring Treak 5-O vicTory over a sTubborn New Mexico UniversiTy, The l-linesmen losT The ser- vices oT sToclcy EmmeTT l-lixon, ace Tackle, who was puT ouT oT The game wiTh a knee injury. Midway in The second quarTer, The TirsT score came, when The TalenTed Toe oi Speegle Wood booTed The oval beTween The uprighTs 40 yards disTanT Tor a Three poinT lead. The Tinal score came when The mighTy crimson line nailed Dyer behind his own goal line, as The big Lobo halTbaclc Tried To punT The ball ouT. lA5sfaff fem' .27 M . 1' ' i Steve Keller Center, developed in- to a real ball player for his last year of varsity competition. Mert Gillis Marshall Texas, bid for fame, outranked all other squadmen in time played in , , games-attesting to his abilities. Louis Long Who was held back most of the season with a shoulder in- jury, will be prom- if l inent in Aggie foot- ball in the future. ' The l-linesmen challced up their third straight border conterence win by turning back the heavier Northern Arizona State eleven 7-O at Flagstatt. The crimson remained one ot the two unbeaten, untied. and unscored-upon teams in the league. The Aggies dominated the tield in the tirst two chapters, with a pass trom Miller to Gillis scoring the only tally ot the game atter the strong Axmen line stopped all ground plays. The crimson, exhausted by the high altitude, staved a last quarter Flagstatt rally that threatened the small lead. l ' li 'li'l'Wi' an R50 fgfafe . -Q tL,'f,.,-.,.' , ,T '.-,'v.Z:W,+,gngg4isqf' A V . . v- .f., ,, 19'-'."":-4, ,Y-.f- y 1 53' , I, . 1f,4',.- 'ict' , . 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HN .:,.,,, C su 5 gg Q, Q o fp O S O. gg :lr Q En wild l Y' lg. 1-v-,-JS' D-5 3' CD m H 7U O 2-D' U 'D UQ 3 U' 'SQ' ru CD Haw' w E-O ff Q J 3 ge M 2 Egg QP we 11 ,gm 2 Egm Q1 E651 :To O 3- cu '-'Q 1--O D 5 E199 Q, CDS as ga. w -Q 3 Q gg cf S14 1-HQ W 1: 3,2 rv 'D Q12 S fb "' E 5.0 50 1' 1 E59 1 1.9 N 1 ' gag., R R years backfield. 1 l 1 Unable To gel underway before a Cllelefmlned Azlec eleven, Jrhe unsullled record of The New Mexico Slalers was broken wilh a 20-O loss on lhe California Soil, The coasl eleven proved Their slrong superlorily in all branches of rhe game wirh an aller- nare lighr and heavy baclclield pounding lheir way down The field To score rhree counrers againslr +he bewildered l-linesmen. ,, ,. ,-,,.,I.z,Y,',: J, 11'UiiuflIl,l:M.lIL,-:Ll illlf 1L!f:1ID. nivergii- of cj4vIzovws l Melvin RiTchey I ii Basketeering e n d saw lots of service and will be back to bid for All Confer- ence recognition next season. Aaron Parlcer Graduating s e ni o r guard, play ed a heads-up game for his third letter. ffl.. Q, ' wg- 1142! V , , 1 . E l-larpo Fagan Fagan, turned in an excellent game, and will be back for more next season, A TighTing crimson eleven ouTToughT and OuTplayed The highly Tavored UniversiTy oT Arizona eleven Tor Three quarTers, buT injuries which rolobed The reserve ei The I-linesmen Turned The Tide oT The game laTe in The Third guarTer To give The WildcasT a 27-I2 win. The TirsT conlierence deTeaT Tor The STaTers, was dominaTed early by The crimson passing aT- Taclc which pushed The Arizonians loaclc on Their goal sTripe and neTTed The New Mexicans Two Touchdowns. BuT laTe in The game, The Tresh Arizona reserves plunged Through The crimson de- Tense To score a I5 poinT win. l i l i J T X , J l Wyl l l l l 65f'4Z1'11 fa fe Joe Camunez Also of old Aggie blood, with his in- creased weight, will be prominent in next seasons line. 51 T-lerberT l-lolcolm Aiming for the cen- ter post, saw little play. 4 X Niiwu , ' like U Johnny Donahue Inherited the ed- ucated toe of brother Red. .-...Am V - - . Xl . T, 1g ' 1 :X I K I- '23 ft' 'V ,N 4 . , X' ' . n Q 'I' , . ,f A fi I ' ,Q--"' f if-ii ' iii K., "i-...,,s- , , ,., - , M5123 , ""-f"'-- it j . f ' ' :iii z. f r Ouiweighed nine pounds To The man, a more agile crimson eleven passed and ran Their way To a sweeping 33-6 win over The ponderous WesTern STaTe College aggregaTion. The single Colo- rado score came laTe in The game againsT a hiq hly subsTiTuTed New Mexico eleven wiTh Rockei' RouT sparking The Hillbilly aTTaCk. A liTTle laTer lvlerT Gillis Took The siTuaTion in hand and esTab- lished The Tinal crimson score. ' I Ti l lilfi' 'I 61416 5 .Eh 2-. -, """"9'Q?-n-0. T A-..-.l Age,-.'1..-5. .,' . ., I-.i ati fr.: H., 7 Don Brown 1 i l i Did not play much this year, but he showed rapid im- provement. Joe Lewis . ' f ' 1 S t o c k y halfback, EX," ' gained valuable ex- perience in the back- field. Ralph Thompson N'- WD'- T N. . M-fit .Y , Nh , Out for the pivot """' A ' ' A ' post, was kept out of the game by stiff competition. XFN 'IH X Jim RedTord Out for stiff com- petition in the end position, will have two more years to go on Quesenberry turf. Scoring Their TirsT Tally wiTh sTarTling suddenness while The game was less Than a minuTe old and Their second score in The Third quarTer when MerT Gillis skirTed around end inTo The double sTripes. The New Mexico STaTe gridsTers Turned back a dogged eleven Trom Tempe I4--O. The Tempe aggregaTion was a sTubborn TighTing one, iouT The smashing running plays and The soaring aTTack in The air proved To much Tor The SalT River Valley eleven. l i-ill: 1 1 l L l A11 fb gh? LDYA 2 S 3. ta i t Gene Baird With the heritage of old Aggie blood, showed a great deal of improvement and should see plenty of service next year. Sid McKinnon Sophomore g u a r d, will be a valuable man next year with a year of varsity ex- perience. Otis Boise if 1 . Sophomore endman, should fill the shoes left by Joe Hixon at the end! post next year. it Harry Witt - A I Did not see much 4 play this season, but 77" """N- his Varsity play was b . Y, f above average. .L ' 2-.- ,, ' V - L- ' ,. ' The Hinesmen brought down the curtain on their i937 grid session with an impressive 9-7 win over the Santa Barbara State Gauchos. The Crimson outplayed the Calitornians in all depart- ments and 6000 rabid tans wanted a larger margin. The huge torewall ot the Gauchos outweighed the crimson 30 pounds to the man, but the tast thrusts around end and the deadly accurate passing ot the State quartet roundly whipped the Green Wave's detensive play. rilil? l'Il.lIl"'-i7 ' l .,14-'-""'i JY059 gvibst-ers 4 f, 'g A 'A' 1 One oT The largesT squads in New Mexico STaTe Trosh hisTory Turned ouT To answer The TirsT whisTle oT ElTon Bresenham. rhinie grid menTor wiTh 70 aspiranTs reporTing. ATTer Two weeks oT pracTice had whiTTled The squad down To 40 men Gresenham rounded The Team inTo one oT The besT in The league Trosh circles. Opening The season, The Aggie Trosh Tied The Gila Junior College eleven in a lasT minuTe powerTul running and passing aTTac:l4 aTTer lagging I3-6 aT The halT, Scoring boTh oT Their Touchdowns early in The game, They eked ouT Their nexT win over The Texas Mines Trosh wiTh a close I4-I3 score. Their TirsT deTeaT came aT The hands oT The Ari- zona Treshmen, who used Their mysTery play To score a 20-I3 win over The Bresenhammers. Traveling To The Dulce CiTy, The Tish scored Their sixTh con- secuTive vicTory over The New Mexico UniversiTy rhinies. The score sTood 21-I3 as The Tinal gun sounded. Aveng- ing Their I3-I3 Tie earlier in The season. The Tish swamped The Gila gridsTers 28-7 in a TasT game and Tinished The season by Talling beTore The Texas Mines Trosh powerhouse I4-6. NineTeen Trosh won The c:oveTed numeral award aT The end oT The sea- son. They included: Len Jolly and Oren ReichelT, cenTersg Johnny Paynich, Hap- py Apodaca, Wayne ThursTon, and T-lugh WhiTTield, guards: Angie Cunico, Ed Chavez, Earl Fleming and Owen T-lammonds, Taclclesg Tony Yurcic, Ed Coulon and Pershing Jolly ends: Tom I-larTigan, Andy SmyThe, Buddy Bessler, Ralph SmiTh, Joe STolces and Bob Mc- Adams, backs. ili'iiVl4"." l M,,,,....---w...,, -.wma X XXX g5.,.5lwfL,,11 Tvavsify H00'75f6H'5 Martinez, Redford, Glover, Jackson, Finley, Malcolm Wood, Coffman, Ritchey, Stevens, Apodaca Overlooking preseason dope ThaT They would be lucky To annex halT oT Their TilTs, The New Mexico STaTe casa- ba arTisTs, swepT over all conTerence opposiTion To annex The Border champ- ionship crown Tor The second consecu- Tive year and esTablish a precedenT by Tailing To drop any oT Their loop games. BaskeTball coach Jerry l-lines, devel- oped The swiTTesT oTTense in The league wiTh The Team averaging almosT sixTy poinTs per encounTer. The sTrong man- To-man deTense always allowed The crimson hoopsTers To keep a saTe mar- gin in scoring. The oTTicial all-conTerence Team sel- ecTions by The coaches in The loop, placed Tour Aggies on The TirsT sTring wiTh The TiTTh regular sTarTer in a sec- ond Team berTh. Kiko MarTinez and Pecos Finley were chosen To represenT The mvThical Tive in The Torward posTs. Tfiworinn Joe Jackson was chosen Tor The pivoT posiTion and oliminuTive Mor- ris Wood, scrappy guard, was chosen c'lr'Pr'l 'lcrlv 'l fa-1 ii- Tor one oT The guard berThs. Melvin RiTchey, who goT mosT oT The crimson assignmenTs To keep The opposiTion's high scoring ThreaTs in The low scoring brackeTs, was placed on The second Team. Pecos Finley led The border loop in The high scoring honors oT The cow- counTry loaskeTeers chalking up a ToTal oT 247 poinTs in I8 games,-an average oT l3.7 poinTs per session. Kiko Mar- Tinez, driving Torce on The quinTeT, was close behind wiTh 244 poinTs, l3.5 poinTs per game. Joe Jackson, elon- gaTed pivoT man was shoved inTo TourTh place by Manuel Saenz, New Mexico UniversiTy Torwarol. Finishing aT The Top OT The conTer- ence, The Aggies were inviTed To aT- Tend The Kansas CiTy NaTional lnTer- scholasTic BaskeTball TournamenT. The squad advanced To The guarTerTinals, buT Tired aTTer The sTrain oT The season's encounTers, They were eliminaTed by The Murray Teachers' Tive. C2onf-Aeven ce bam sons Pecos Finley On the all-conference team and high point man in the league. has his his second letter and will be in A g g i e basketball limelight next sea- son. Kiico Martinez Also on the all-con- ference team and in second place in total points, was the driv- ing force of the team that pushed them through an undefeat- ed season. Morris Wood Fourth Aggie on the all-conference list- ings, made a reputa- tion throughout tht- league with his clever ball handling and brainy tactics. Joe Jackson Towering center, on the all-conference team with fourth place in scoring hon- ors for his sopho- more year will be back dropping the sphere in the hoop for two more years. 1 A' Aggies 54-Texas Mines 32 Aggies 6I-Tempe State 48 Aggies 67-Texas Mines 23 Aggies 52-Tempe State 46 Aggies 52-Flegstatt 35 Aggies 7l-Fiagstatt 52 onfevence Cbamrions i Melvin Ritchey Placed on the all- conference second team in his first year of competition, will be on the maples next season in a starring role. Frank Kozeiisici Who had to turn in his trunks early in the year with a bad knee, w i 1 1 have plenty of time to make up for his lay- out next season. Morton Cottman Senior, turned in steady and brainy performance in help- ing to retain the crown and his place will be missed next season. Fuston Stevens Playing his last var- sity season, saw con- siderable service this year. Maybe its be- cause he knows the Governor. Aggies 60-New Mexico Lobos 49 Aggies 69-Tempe State 47 Aggies 58-New Mexico Lobos 32 Aggies 57-Tempe State 44 Aggies ol-Arizona 39 Aggies 46-Arizona 44 Paclcy Malcolm Guard, turned in an excellent record this year and will have one more year of varsity competition left. Howard Glover A star player up from last year's championship fresh- man aggregation. He did not see much service during the season, but his ex- perience will make him a valuable man next year. Jim Redford In his first year of varsity competition, has reputation for consistent perform- ance and dependa- bility. immy Apodaca With a year of var- sity experience, showed plenty of im- provement and the ability of the fabul- ous Apodaca blood. on,-'ex-ence Czlymm X Aggies 65-New Mexico Lobos 42 Aggies 69-Texas Mines 50 Aggies 69-New Mexico Lobos 39 Aggies 48-Texas Mines 36 Aggies 59-Texas Tech 38 Aggies 44-Texas Tech 36 Ions gvosly gaslzefsvenvevs X G - , , , N ' . , '1 Q,-,J ,441 Corley, Jolly, Cunioo, Peed, Acosta, Harris, Horton, Moss Wayne, Stokes, Harrigan, Andrus, Davis, McAdams Led by Angie Cunico and lanky Al- Tonso AcosTa, The Treshmen baslceT- Weavers challced up I3 wins ouT oT Their I7 encounTers oT The season. Only a Triple win by The sTrong Gila Junior College quinTeT and a single loss To The Texas College oT Mines Trosh marred The perTecT record oT The rhinies. coached by Vaughn Corley. The greenies scored double wins over The highly Tavored New Mexico Uni- vrsiTy Trosh. and The independenT Pop- ular All sTars Trom The Pass ciTy. They won TilTs Trom Gila, The Texas Mines Trosh, and games Trom high schools and CCC camps, rounded ouT Their sea- son's encounTers. The high scoring Tish esTablished a ToTal oT 782 poinTs in Their sevenTeen TilTs wiTh only 526 poinTs Tor The opposi- Tion, an average oT 46 poinTs per game To 30.9 Tor The opposiTion. l-ligh scoring honors wenT To Angie Cunico, who Tound The baslceT Tor a ToTal oT I76 poinTs. AcosTa Trailed only IO poinTs behind wiTh II66. Arm- sTrong, lanky cenTer Trom Houses, who enrolled during The second semesTer, was Third, even Though his season was shorTeneol by laTe enTrance. l-le scored 80 poinTs in 6 games To Top The game averages wiTh l3.3 poinTs per sTarT. ff!! if Inav fgrovfs Tenn is Team WiTh only Two leTTermen reTurning Trom lasT year's version oT The crimson neTTers, Coach W. E. WaTkins Turned To squadmen Trom lasT years aggrega- Tion and inTeresTed players To round ouT This season's Team. AlThough The raclceT-wielders did noT have an impressive season, sTiTTer com- peTiTion in The Border ConTerence col- leges made wins This year harder Than lasT. The neTmen opened The season wiTh a TilT on The Mines cemenTs April 9. The lvluclcers dealT The Crimson a 4-2 loss, buT lack oT organizaTion and prac- Tice made The Aggies an easy TargeT. Traveling To Allouguergue, The crimson i iii clrorjl liifi neTmen wenT down beTore a sTrong UniversiTy aggregaTion in a session Tea- Turing close games. The Tinal counT sTood 5-I in Tavor oT The Dulce CiTy players. The Aggie neTTers played The Mucker Team during The TourTh annual inviTaTional meeT on The home courTs. lmprovemenTs and pracTice allowed Thr crimson To hold The Miners To a 3-3 deadlock. - A Class B TournamenT was held This year wiTh sTudenT raclceT-wielders show- ing a greaT deal oT inTeresT. Among The ouTsTanding players oT The class B were Weaver, Lewis, Bonomo and Gardenhire. Traci: Team , f ., 4.,: -sr i I A 1 - , .Mrk . A-,1,L, , ., , . , r -, T WW ,.Q, T , I , T 1 3 Q. ., Track menTor Vaughn Corley's ag- gregaTion oT cinder arTisTs which ThreaTened To be a sTrong conTender Tor The Top place honors as The season opened, dwindled To virTually a Three man Team wiTh The iniury iinx and in- eligibiliTies Taking a cosTly Toll. The crimson arTisTs opened The sea- son by Taking a 67 l-2 To 57 I-2 beaT- ing aT The hands oT The Texas College oT Mines, The TirsT Trouncing by The Muckers in a decade. Then Traveling To Albuquerque. The Aggie perTormers racked up a sTinging revenge Tor Their earlier deTeaT by nosing ouT a win over Their arch rivals in The norTh. Crimson hopes in The TourTh annual inviTaTional meeT Tell when FleTcher l-lall . f ' ' ". 1 Y.w.,-f-",Y'-- 7,3- 4.,Lr,. M, .,,,. was Torced ouT oT The mile run wiTh a pulled muscle and Dickie l-lamill, sprinT arTisT, Tripped on a low hurdle in The preliminary run. The Aggies Took Third place in The meeT wiTh The Texas Mines in TirsT place and New Mexico UniversiTy in second place. l-lamill aggravaTed an old leg iniury in The SouThwesTern Relay Carnival To TurTher lower crimson hopes in The Pass CiTy TesT and The crimson only man- aged To amass Tive poinTs Tor The day, wiTh lvlerill Thompson Taking second place in The pole vaulT. The crimson closed Their season in The Border Comcerence Track carnival, held Too laTe To be included in The SwasTika. l xuoik 69 Elly!! Womenfs cjztfklei-ic ssociai-Ion My Xf- ARCHER MADDOX I-IINES MCDOWELL HELEN Ancl-IER President CLARABEL ECHOLS - Secretary ECHOLS CLAGETT I'IALE HOLLAND MILDRED MADDOX Vice President SYBIL CLAGGET Treasurer NORMA HINES Sponsor The Women's AThleTic AssociaTion oT New Mexico STaTe College was or- ganized in I937 by Mrs. Nona l-lines, physical educaTion insTrucTor, Tor The purpose oT promoTing aThleTic inTeresTs and acTiviTies Tor college women, and To TosTer a high sTandard oT sporTs- manship. Skill Clubs were organized To pro- moTe acTiviTies which may be adapTed To The leisure Time oT aTTer-school liTe. A capTain was appoinTed To acT in The capaciTy oT sTudenT leader in The clubs organized in Tennis, hiking, riTle, and in li lm.. 9 archery. JuaniTa DenTon was The cap- Tain oT The Tennis club, Zoe SeaTor capTain oT The hiking club, Mildred Maddox riTle capTain, and Samai l-lindi archery capTain. This organizaTion sponsored a recrea- Tion hour once a week in The college gymnasium, where The sTudenTs gaTh- ered TogeTher Tor an evening oT Tun and enTerTainrnenT. They also had charge oT The May Day pageanT. Girls Trom The colleges oT New Mexico com- peTed in diTTerenT sporTs when The an- nual Play Day was held here April 30. 1 Y IT ' Clit-Av e Co 'ov LQAW5 9 J. C. TALLMAN P. U. FINLEY J. N. WAYNE F. F. STEVENS I7Eige om: immgi-Irecl 'Evil ! v :- tlvvsy fgfaff l CRAIGEN FLETCHER HALLOWELL THOMPSON Under The direcTion oT Col. FleTcher The Regular Army personnel has Two main TuncTions: insTrucTional and ad- minisTraTive. Col. FleTc:her supervises insTrucTion in drill and in TacTical problems and con- ducTs The Theory classes Tor Freshmen and Seniors. Mai. Hallowell assisTs Col. FleTcher and c:onducTs Theory classes Tor Sophomores and Juniors. 'Tcl rrecl-'liiiy-13:iq l-rf' STaTT SQT. Craigen, who has been here since l93O, handles mosT oT The adminisTraTion llceepinq oT records, making reporTs, care oT properTy, eTc.l and assisTs in The insTrucTion oT The Treshman class. SergeanT Thompson, who arrived November I, 1937, assisTs in The insTrucTion oT The Freshman and Sophomore classes and is coach oT The riTle Team. Tliirfy-four years ago flue firsf cadef sfaff of flrie New Mexico Sfafe College R. O. T. C. baffalion was organized by Col. Alfred Frosf. The cadef sfaff is responsible for flne command and ad- minisfrafion of flme baffalion. Early in flwe fall semesfer Lf. Col. Allen Flefclwer announced flwe cadefs who were fo command flue baffalion and named, for flne firsf fime in flue his- fory of flwe baffalion. a new office in flwe cadef sfaff, flmaf of lieufenanf colonel. Firsf semesfer officers were: Lf. Col. F. J. Peacock, baffalion com- mander: Major W. M. Deemer, baf- falion execufiveg Capf. R. C. lvleilcle 1 Cabal- fgfpuff- baffalion adiufanf: Cayof. G. R. l-lafclw, band commander and Pvf. R. P. Mc- Leskey, baffalion bugler. Upon graduafion and complefion of flwe R. O. T. C. course in January and flieir subsequenf appoinfmenf as sec- ond lieufenanfs, lnfanfry Reserve, Unifed Sfafes Army, Peacoclc, Deemer and Meilcle were succeeded in office by flue following cadef sfaff: Lf. Col. P. lvl. McGuire, baffalion commanderg Mai. G. lvl. Murphy. baffalion execu- five: Capf. G. R.'l-lafclw, baffalion adiufanf and Capf. M. A. Campbell. assisfanf adiufanf. ' -.wg .:.i , D151-JMER, W. M. HPEACOCK. F. J. lVIEm11.E, R. C. u Major: Battalion Executive Lt. Colonel: Battalion CO1111'llRI1ClC1' Captain: Battalion Adjutant Pfifgge oniiff liumilz'-31 l Ona an ll lf' ,r Y "i"?,D --' .' .,' f.:',f,,, I .'.p.,f..- 'f ,:'c.fg'gn- i .1 g,2,,jL'iQLi'--.L:.L.if ' A ,, 561, .,, ..,, , t . ,. , A , .i.,i:,vz' V I I V, X- .I U ,Q . i,Qi5.:'? ff' i'sZ. 114: V N . 'A ' ' V, f .1 'Q' 1rl:f.,aL1"' Captains: BAKER, S. S., JR., KAPLAN, G. G. lst Sgt.: KENT, R. F. Isl Plaioon lst. Lieut.: BOUTZ, P. L. 2nd Lieut.: LUCHINI, J. YV. Platoon Sgt.: TROLINGER, D. R. Right Guide: BnooKmssoN, W. Y. Left Guide: KILBY, W. A. Guide: YURCIC, J. f2nd semesterj Corporals: BASON, N. A., BEAL, B. C., BOISE, O. W., BRONSON, S. W., CABEEN, W. H., Down-luis, J . E., EMINCER, L. M., FAGAN, L. N., MOROSI, W. Company Rosler Adams, C. W. Apodaca, A. G. Archuleta, R. Barraza, R. Boyce, J. G. Brittain, R. XV. Cassell, W. E. C. de Baca, N. Chase, A. F. Clayshulte, N. Creek, R. E. Doyal, F. V. Grey, E. E. Nunn, D. M. Acosta, A. P. Adams. F. A. Allen, C. H. Amador, L. V. 1 imcI1l1lm1'f.:i1.l5l1Ciy SENIOR CAPT.: BAKER, S. S., JR Amastae, J. E. Anderson, H. Andrus, S. A. Bailey, W. R. Barclwell, A. C. Baron, A. Beene, J. M. Bell, C. A. Bessler, J. Y. Bird, D. 0944 AV! r y ll ff' -4 v-1--'-1g I 2nd Platoon fi lst Lieut.: SCRIVNER, M. W. 2nd Lieut.: JENTGEN W. F. Clst Lieut. Zucl semeste1 Platoon Sgt.: MCCAULEY, R. F. Right Guide: BRADFORD, J. C. Left Guide: MILLER, E. M. JUNIOR CAPTAINQ KAPLAN, G. G. Company Roster fconlfolj Blaggs, W. E., Jr. Cabber, M. Connally, C. A. Holes, L. G. Cade, B., Jr. Cook, C. J. Bonnel, F. E. Cadwaller, E. A. Coulon, E. A. Bowlin, J. D. Campbell, J. H. Cox, L. Boyle, K. S. Caviness, E. E. Cromer, C. W. Bozeman, G. E. Chavez, E. E. Crowley, D. A. Burciaga, E.G. Chavez, D. H. Cullers, W. E. Burr, N. Chavez, S. T. Cunico, A. Burris, W. M. Christ, E. D. if If 0944 DM Q -'-"sr .'-. ' .xg -..W H P .,t ,J . ',,.. 'Y' . ' 1. f- Q .-vs.-.N--T ' 1 1 :"'?- .1 ' f . g -" ' . A A . 1 ' - 'J-Al' - '- '-fig' , ' ':'? .. :'q'.'1 Hr ' 'A -- f":1rL,"1 : ' .'- ' 4. 4.4, f.-1,9-A-1 4-aw in.. ,Jiffy-Ely:-0 M. , I. , .... .- -in ' ' '-1"-:fi 1 4 .4 1 ". ' L 1, .4 -. . .".1., . W , . -AL V. f ,H :M 4 .PV3, i, .B ' I 1- "' . " E ' .I. ,,,,1, 7 1 15. --1 'Q "?.."'1 V919 ... 4 ' -Af."'ilu-.w"'ftl.f'...?f'b '?f""?1-if u -M 'F'i'LL' ' - 'XI' 'A .-T' , .- l-.--.-',- ' "1'A.' . '- "1" f ,ml 'iz-3' 'v .. ' ' "--"1 ic " " 7 'YQ-'His -"' gi' '-if ,J if .- .Qg P ' Captains: MCCUIIKE, P. M. filo staff 2nd semesterj 5 BELL, G. S. lst Sgt.: DUNNINC, C. H. t2.nd Lieut. 2nd semesterj I st Platoon lst Lieut.: GAINES, J. R. fto Capt. 2nd semesterj lst Lieut.: SCOTT, L. C. 2nd Lieut.: LEAC1-I, G. E. fgraduated lst semesterj Platoon Sgt.: CI-IILTON, A. W. tto lst Sgt. 2nd semesterj Right Guide: BONOMO, J., JR. fPlato'on Sgt. 2nd semesterj Left Guide: KOWNSLAR, H. L.: HIGHTOWER, J. M. f2nd se1n.j Corporals: Fms, W. L., FRICK, W. F., GARNER, A. J., GRAHAM, C. I-I., GUSTAFSON, J. H., HALIJ, F. H., HIGIHITOWER, H. H., HOLCOMB, H. H., NIARTINEZ, F. C., JR. Beaty, L. H., Jr. Birdwell, J. J., Ir. Fernandez, E. M. Franey, W. R. Fresquez, R. E. Funk, J. W. Cary, W. 0. Hale, J. J. Hand, A. 4 1if+lil1.:Ql.' i H. -W' .f Z., . Company Roster Heep, D. Henry, J. T. Hindi, B. Hoy, A. T. Hunt, R. B. Jackson, J. Jensen, E. Jones, P. M. Slade, W. V. . . ...f-M.-- ,,Q5f,?.g 55 L.. tom ii i i Q I i i c SENIOR CAPT.: MCGUIRE, P. M. Cunningham, R. H. Curry, C. C. Davis, C. L. Davis, H. E. Dockray, .L K. Dodd, J. C. Everett, L. K. Ferguson, F. T. Ferguson, G. A. Fish, J. L. ll ff OVV1 ? k " F F-,, i -jw if -fJ" l'- -- .m r -' ', K'-.5 A-arf E,..,Di!-fl 1, 'frfffe . f I ' ' ..:?'i..S1?? 1 . . ---if wh.. fs.. gg JUNIOR CAPTAIN: BELL, G. S. Companf Rosfer fcon+'dj Fleming, W. E. Gi1'bert, H. C. Flores, F.. P. Gray, E. E. Foster, L. E. Greene, J- R- Foy, J. Y. Haggard, F. K. Franco, C. M. Hammons, O. R. Freeman, C. A. Hardgrave, J. M. Freeman, N. W. Hardin, D. F. Fritz, B. R. Harris, W. D. Gardner, J. H. Harrigan, T. Zncl Plafoon J lst Lieut.: LATI-IROP, G. W. 2nd Lieut.: LEYENDECKER, P. J. fcapt. 2nd semesterj 4 Platoon Sgt.: BROWN, C. A. Right Guide: JONES, R. E. Left Guide: COADY, P. Hicks, B. L. Hight, F., Jr. Hildwein, H. Hitson, E. H. Hoffman, C. W. Holder, W. M., Jr. Holmes, R. J. Hoover, J. K. Horne, J. G. Horton, M. P. L. -1, ovwfawy ff N 1-F---.-F., ,-4-..-.U . ' 'ul' 'V '- 1- i - , XIIE1.. ,A D. .Y A, D I , V , 1 , , . I. ' It F . X A, . . , . - .M il .1..:,J- 31-xs'-vi , I . V. -. -A ' l, . -- 1 I - 1 1. Q .- - W. ' ' gf. f 5,9-' ' ,. ,-?'1..vf:,1- f rff- f-I . 'H 31.44-I" " 9!'1'p 'J " . Hr' Lal--ik . ., , . . 1- 2 A -gg - Q- Tr- -fa..-'--"1Q::. .. .1 L . 'bl . ..e . ,, .. . . .. - N - , .. .1 . - '-"' 1. 1' , 11- 1 'Fl 5 , 'Vw of "1'Lf,ib"' -1 'vfvri-11 ,.,..,.' .-.. ..'f ' -irfi, H 1. "Li '-.- ' '. ' " Q ""'Tt'f."-"If '.' J-1'-'I "Ein, f 5'-Q 5'-.51 J-1 ' fo 'Affirf-7-' ""' Mp -, -,, , . ,. A- 1- -f ,, L, 1 ,Vg ,- - ,fe A , , . lt: rf Captains: MURPHY, G. M. fto staff 2nd semesterjg BUDENHOLZER, F. E. Cgraduatedj fl.sl Sgt.: Cox, C. M. f2nd Lieut. 2nd semesterj IST Plaioon lsl Lieut.: SAYLES, A., JR. fCapt. 2nd semesterj 2nd Lieut.: PFINGSTON, F. W. Platoon. Sgt.: Nonms, J. J. Right Guide: XBASON, R. C. Left Guide: ALVAREZ, T. P. Corporals: KUNUGI, D., Llswls, J. L., LOOMIS, R., LOUGHRIDGE, C. LYSTER, L. W., MCKINNON, S., OGAS, C. B., PICKETT, L. J.g Powrrzn. W. D. Company Rosfer Lawson, T. W. Richards, L. F. Livermore, C. R. Rigney, J. P. Luna, K. L. Robinson, ,J. A. McGregor, C. Shaw, P. M. McGurn, A. P. Horton, O. H. Moon, C. E. Houston, T. T. Palmer, R. A. Howell, H. D. Redford, J. F. lsaacks, J. J. Richards, J. C. Jasper, B. " X' f' i"1fJU I' -4 SENIOR CA Johnson Jolly, A. Jolly, J. Kalwitz King. J Koenl Lair, W. Lawrenc PTAIN: MURPHY G M , S. W. L. P. E. I. F. C. V. P. W. e, C. D J ones, M. V 5 'U' D7 W Lewis, .V. OMG an If If F 7 ,-'f' Q JUNIOR CAPTAIN: BUDENHOLZER, F. E. Lindsay, D. N. Long, J. H. Long, T. V. Lopez, R. M. Maldonado, R. C. Martin, G. C. Martin, R. W. Martinez, A. A. McAdams, R. L. McCullough, L. -N V- - -1. V l 2nd Platoon lst Lieut: UTTERBACK, S. J. fCapt. 2nd semesterj 2nd Lieut: SPARKS, C. R. Clst Lieut. 2nd semester, Platoon Sgt: FINLEY, P. V. lflst Sgt. 2nd semesterl Right Guide: TAYLOR, S. I. QPla-toon Sgt. 2nd semester! Left Guide: STEPHENSON, F. L. BLON, R. C. Cro Guide 2nd semesterj Company Roster tcontdj Mclntosh, R. K. Montoya, R. O. McLeskey, R. P. Moss, J. M. Medinger, H. P. Nelson, M. Miller, J. F. Niccum, R. S. Miller, J. L. Oliver, F. Miller, R. Ornelas, M. R. Mills, E. H. Peed, H. E. Mims, K. H. Perez, V., Jr. Mitchell, L. R. Pitrard, C. F. . Montoya, H. C., Jr. 1 I l A ,--fi 1- wf- -mv' . ' ".arf:f"-'-H .Q1lf sYf. gg ' ' " GYM an if 77 F 7 ' -:if Captains: JENKINS, C. T., CAMPBELL, M. A. fstaff 2nd sem.j lst Sgt.: BAIRD, A. E., JR. Ist Palioon lst Lieut.: FOREMAN, J. N. 2nd Lieul: BUNCH, C. C., JR. fto Capt. 2nd sem.J Platoon Sgt.: DUVALL, R. R. Right Guide: SINGLETON, E. L. Left Guide: P1Ns0N, L. Corporals: ROGERS, L. W., J R., SANCHEZ, P., SAVALLE, P., STEVENS, F. F., THOMPSON, M. O., THOMPSON, R. E., WIKITE, R. G., WITT, H., YENZER, D. Company Roster Work, O. M. Posey, C. L. Powell, E. A. Provencio, R. M. Quintana, E. Radoslovich, M. Ragsdale, L. O. Reed, R. M. Reichelt, O. R. Ruth, C. Sarracino, E. D. Sears, T. W. Sheppard, R. D. Tailman, J. C. Weaver, R. E. Werner, R. B. Wood, J. C. Wood, S. J. 11r:i':L!:m,i1i.:fgEi:1.,l'Ij Lib: SENIOR CAPTAIN: JENKINS, C. T Reiland, R. E. Reiter, N. Remandini, R. J. Reirson, D. C. Ricketts, C. J. Ritchey, M. L. Savage, R. W. Shapiro, S. R. Sheridan, O. J. N 0VV1f7i5Y1y I Y - . . if A, I . , 1 'i-I .Ytsfsiff"f-1w'f'iff .gf 'A '-it-fm' ' "L ues' jeg 2nd Platoon lst Lieut: KELLY, E. D. 2nd Lieut: NEWELL, W. C. lst Lieut: LUCK, A. J., JR. f2nd semesterj Platoon Sgt: WAX'NE, J. N. Right Guide: Wmcr-IT, R. C. Left Guide: MALCOLM, W. T. Guides 2nd semester: STEVENSON, H. T.g RAMIR JUNIOR CAPTAIN: CAMPBELL, M. A. Company Roster fc:on+'dl Sims, R. M. Townsend, C. White, P. P. Smith, R. C. Unes, F. J. White, W. B. Smythe, A. P. Vesper, W. B. Whitfield, H. C. Spears, I. I-I. Wagner, C. W. Wilkerson, J. M. Staples, E. YX7. Walker, J. A. Williams, B. O. Stokes, J. D. Walters, H. J. Wilson, O. R. Tellez, R. G. Wayne, T. E. Wingfield, O. C. Terry, C. C. Webb, J. M. Wylie, B. F. Thurston, W. K. Westbrook, A. S. Yurcic, T., Jr. EZ gan? L-.wA..:. rf ,--1. bf. . K- . -'Qtr'-I , ,ll I. Mitra'-...iff 1 , . 1 rv- 'Zvi' ., ',:7i:Qq,,4.x1 I, -M - :.. 1' fl Band Roster Freshmen: Shelby B. Armstrong, Jr., James C. Borroum, Wiley W. Carr, Alonzo E. Hatch, Jr., Willia111 T. Johnson, YVillian1 J. Juliana, Robert L. Maddox, Paul L. Marshall, Don H. lVIcSpadden, Alfred A. Ortiz, Peter P. Ortiz, Edward L. Pack, John P. Palmer, Herbert F. Sartain, Frank P. Sluga, John A. WllSO11. Soplzomoresz Luther L. Blunt, Howard C. Glover, Roy F. Goddard, Allen L. Gruber, David L. Henderson, Cecil J. Pickett, Winston R. Smith, Lorenzo G. Torres, Byron 'i""'auiP""F' .-34 F. Yates, Jr., Levon Lee. The R. O. T. C. is proud ot its torty- piece, high-stepping, up-and-coming military band. Under the direction ot Carl Jacobs this band served as the otticial college band during the toot- ball season and at various celebrations and tunctions throughout the year. ill l il DRUM MAJOR: HATCH, G. R Capably tilling the position ot drum major during the tirst semester, Bob l-latch, was promoted to the cadet statt tor his last semester ot work. Bob Drown was appointed drum major tor the second semester. .Ripe Team In i ,. , - dl -I Captain: Bill Evans. X, 2 1"f'-SSE' 12FTS7"'Qil,'f' f Y ' ' L.gf.fl - . E, , '. -' , . "5 .1 J'-,Q '-1-fl V Lf R. 0. T. C. Members: Holcomb, lsaaeks, Wayne, Bonomo, Scott, Luchini, Hoffman, Allen, Beane, Porter, Forman, R. E. Jones, Singleton, Fleming, Carr. Non.-R. 0. T. C. Members: N. T. Jones, Evans. There are really Two Teams-The College Team and an R. O. T. C. Team. MosT oT The dual maTches are college maTches in which anyone is eligible To Tire. l-lowever, The more imporTanT maTches are R. O. T. C. maTches. This year N. T. Jones and Manager Evans were The only non-R. O. T. C. members oT The college Team. The Team was quiTe successTul in iTs dual maTches in which iT Tired againsT some oT The sTrongesT college Teams in The counTry. The Team was mosT successTul in The 8Th Corps Area lnTercollegiaTe maTch and The W. R. l-learsT R. O. T. C. maTch Taking TirsT place in boTh maTches Trom Teams represenTing Texas A. 84 M., Texas Tech., Arizona, Colorado Mines, Oklahoma A. 84. M. and oTher schools in The souThwesT. We also Took I2Th place in The l-learsT maTch. Individually Herb l-lolcomb, W. T. Jones and JeTT lsaaclcs did The besT shooTing. Bill Evans proved a mosT excellenT man- ager. The 5-man Team which won The Corps Area division oT The T-learsT maTch. was composed oT l.esTer ScoTT and Joe Luchini, seniors: l-lerb l-lol' comb, sophomore and JeTT lsaaclcs and Max Beene, Treshmen. The second Team was composed oT John Bonomo Jr., Ed SingleTon, Jack Wayne, George Allen and Clarence l-loTTman. Bill Por- Ter and Joe Ramirez, while noT shooTing regularly aided in winning The Corps Area maTch. Much oT The crediT Tor The Tine work oT This year's Team goes To SergeanT Orville Thompson, U. S. Army, Tor his excellenT coaching. li .,',. ji 1 dvew Officers ! LT. Cor.. FLETCHER LT. Col. Allen T. FleTcher, our new ProTessor oT lv1iliTary Sci- ence and TacTics was born in Ohio in l88l. He saw service overseas and in IQI7 was pro- moTed To The rank oT CapTain while on duTy in CaliTornia. In l9l9 he was promoTed To The rank oT lvlaior. His nexT pro- moTion came in l935 when he was named I.ieuTenanT Colonel in The UniTed STaTes Army. LT. Col. FIeTcher is a graduaTe oT The Army War College. The Command and General STaTT School and The lndusTriaI and Chemical War School. BeTore coming To STaTe Col- lege. he served one year as P. M. S. 84 T. aT The UniversiTy oT Idaho. Upon his arrival here, he Took up his duTies wiTh an energy ThaT has won The respecT and admir- aTion oT his immediaTe sTaTT, The cadeT oTTicers and The sTudenTs oT The College. I 1 Mai. H. P. Hallowell was born in Philadelphia in l893. He aT- Tended prep school in New Jer- sey. laTer enTering CoIgaTe where he graduaTed in I9 I4. He ioined The Army in l9I7 and served 22 monThs overseas as lieuTenanT and as a capTain in The SevenTh InTanTry. Our lvlaior was Then promoTed To a Cap- Tain in l92O and To his presenT rank in I935. BeTore coming To STaTe Col- MAJ. I-I. P. HALLOWELL lege, Mai. Hallowell served as S-3 oT The 23rd InTanTry aT PT. Sam HousTon. Texas. This is his TirsT experience as an insTrucTor in lVIiliTary Science and his TirsT year's record is an enviable one. IT was under his excellenT supervision ThaT This year's riTIe Team made iTs re- markable records. CadeT LT. Col. Francis J. Peacock, commander oT The R. O. T. C. cadeT baTTalion during The Tall semesTer oT The currenT year. is known To Tew sTudenTs oT The college by his proper ChrisTian name, buT everybody knows "Roscoe", a snappy-look- ing liTTle soldier. hailing Trom Las Cruces. Roscoe has ans- nexed several oTher honors in his college career, buT none more prized Than ThaT oT senior "brass haT" oT The Corps oT CadeTs. Now Roscoe has his appoinT- menT as second lieuTenanT in The InTanTry Reserve oT The UniTed STaTes Army. IT's a "home-Town boy makes good" sTory iT he's inTeresTed in The Army career. I I I CADET LT. COL. Pmcocx i 1' 'an szahohs onovavies U7 ifjflqu Tau Wiggins, Boutz, Resley, Botkin Edwards, Wilson, Hamill, Ryan, Raney, Locke Nealherlin, Leach, Dykstra, Reid, Cooper, Baker .JAMES WIGGINS President DANIEL BOTKIN Secretary-Treasurer ln l93O, Three iraierniiies already exisiing on The campus, Nu Phi Omi- cron lBusiness Adminisirairionl, Sigma Epsilon lArJrs and Sciencesl, and Kappa Phi ll-lorne Economicsl combined inio one honorary Aris and Sciences ira- ierniiy To be known as Phi Mu Tau. Junic rs and Seniors who meei a resi- dence requiremem' oi iwo semesirers, and who have a grade poini average of Three or more are eligible for mem- bership. During rhe second semesier the highesi ranking sophomore is ini'ri- CORABELLE Bourz Vice-President DR. P. M. BALDWIN Sponsor and Advisor aied inio Phi Mu Tau. In recogniiion oi achievemeni an award is made 'lo ihe sophomore having ihe highesi scholasiic record during ihe previous freshman year. Doroihy Nealherlin was given Jrhe award This year. The ideals oi Jrhis honorary iraiernily noi only seek io inspire siudenis wiih a desire for high achievemeni in scholars ship bul also airlempl io insiill in ihem Jrlwe wish io become useful members of sociery. Members: Daniel Botkin, Corabelle Boutz, Mrs. Stella Baker, Johnny Cooper, Inez Dykstra, Enid Edwards, Dickie Hamill, Gerald Leach, Juanita Locke. Marvin Raney, James Resley, Aubrey Reid, Julia Ann Ryan, James Wiggins, Roy Vifilson. l fl nf lunnilredsisvff.a::'a'iyfsix Uflflu .P -fi Hixosn, Stevens, Withe1's, L. Serivner, Jenkins, Hills . Jett, Davis, M. Serivner, Turney, Burton, Budenholzer Jos HIXON R. L. STEPHENS ERNIE WITHERS President Vice President Secretary LOYD SCRIVNER CLIFFORD JENKINS Treasurer Historian Pnor. D. B. JETT Advisor Mu Phi Pi was organized ar Siale College in l925, as an honorary iraler- nily. The founders sei lorlh 'rhe re- quiremenls for eligibiliiy io member- ship as being scholarship, sociabiliry and praciicalily. The iraierniiy lakes no parl in college poliiics since il' is limiled by iis conslilulionlo aclivilies suirable lo an honorary iralernily. lls members are chosen from engineering srudenls in lhe upper one-'rhirol of lheir class in lheir senior year or The upper one-sixih in Their junior year. Allhough membership is depencleni primarily on scholaslic sianding, ihe oiher 'rwo re- quiremenls carry a large weighl Toward admiliance. The lralernily has peiiiioned Sigma Tau, naiional honorary engineering ira- rerniiy for afliliarion and Mu Phi Pi will probably become a chapler oi +ha+ organizalion nexi year. This year The cusromary liraierniiy award wenl To Lloyd Lysler, highesi ranking sophomore during The lirsl se- mesier. Illembersz Tom Davis, Mansil Scrivner, Willianl Turney, Frank Budenholzer, Harold Burton, Elmer Hills. Faculty members: Frank Amador, H. M. Milton. i-,,,,,i,.,,,! 5 X .Ji 'Q 2 No.1 -...IL ,,4i,,i.. gs.. Menefee, Leyenclecker, Jentgen, Koger, Merrill, Rigney, Easley, Gardenliire Kullnley, Romig, Cusenbary, Jones, Hudson, Mocho, Kaplan, Bunch Judkins, Garcia, Willneth, Johnson, Gardner, Fife, Enzie, Norris, Staten, Berry AL'roN MENEFEE PHIL LEYENDECKER WALTER TENTGEN Cl!-IZIICBUOI' Censor Scribe MARVIN KOGER TED MERRILL Treasurer Historian J. V. ENZIE GLEN STATEN LEROY N. BERRY Faculty Advisory Committee The New Mexico ChapTer oT Alpha ZeTa was insTalled aT STaTe College in l927. lT is The largesT and mosT in- TluenTial agriculTural honorary TraTerR niTy. Tounded over 40 years ago ar Ohio STaTe UniversiTy. There are TorTy- Three chapTers and a membership OT over l300. The obiecT oT The TraTerniTy is To esTablish high sTandards oT scholar- ship. characTer, and leadership among iTs members.. The members are chosen Trom The upper Two-TiTThs oT each sophomore class. Regular meeTings are held Twice each monTh, and several social meeT- ings are held during The year, The ouT- sTanding oT which is The Whire Sands picnic. Every year The TraTerniTy gives some Token oT reward, usually a medal To The highesT scholasTically ranking Treshman. The organizaTion assisTs aT The 4-l-l club and F. F. A. judging conTesTs and gives a medal To The second highesT ranking man in The F. F. A. conTesTs. This year an Alpha ZeTa ediTion oT The Round-Up was published. Members: Bunch, C. C., Cusenbary, Dan, Easley, T. G., Hudson, Paul E., Jentgen, Walter F., Johnson, Wallace, Koger, Marvin, Kuhnley, Paul M., Menefee, C. A., Merrill, Ted, Norris, Jonathan, Romig, Bernard, Wilmeth, Jackson O., Leyen- decker, Phil, Gardenhire, Roland Q., Kaplan, George G., Tones, Harbour, Mocho, Peter T., Rigney, J. W. Pledges: ,lack Wayne, Gerald Greeman, Lee Stith, D. W. Laughter, Howard Glover Leo Eminger Faculty members and extension workers who are also active: Dr. Fife, Dr. Garcia, Dean H. M. Gardner, associate member, T. H. Knox, E. E. Anderson, H. B. Pingrey, Wesley Judkins. , . . 'gl""ll' .--sis'-s:mn.-w . qi' I1 llllllki. ,,.,l .,iI. . H 1 ,mf W ww A . ff' Y in , I, A, ,. f ff J ,., ,f ,, I, , mM,,J xx . I, I ,f 5.-. was .- f' My' ' ww ,Mf www .-ww' ww ,ww ' ww o I va l'ev11il'Ces cjill A malta Tbefn ' ' '15 I lf I' I L, Lg .1 - ': 1l"'l ' ' If ' I If--. lil fl , 9 -Z if E GJ f E 'I' g' . l I A fl A ' ,c Ar. A ' 1 1:23, Boutz, Peacock, Baird, Merrill, Cabeen, Mayfield Redford, Livelfmore, Butler, VaIIDersarl, H. Bradford, Stone, Birdwell Stephenson, Utterback, J. Bradford, Holcomb, Coady, Beaty, Foreman LAWRENCE BOUTZ ROSCOE PEACOCK President Vice President EUGENE BAIRD TED MERRILL Secretary Sergeant at Arms MEMBERS EUGENE BAIRD ORREN BEATY LAWRENCE BOUTZ HAROLD BRADFORD DAVE McKEE 'I' ED MERRILL F. J. PEACOCK DAVID SELBY RALPI-I STONE STANLEY UTTERBACH JULES VANDERSARL DAVENPORT MECHEM WILLIAM CABEEN GRADY MAYFIELD PHIL COADY HERBERT HOLCOMB RICHARD MEIKLE WILLIAM PORTET PLEDGES REESE SAVELL JERRY BIRDWELL EARL BUTLER JAMES FOREMAN TED LIVERMORE LEE STEPHENSON JAMES REDFORD JAMES BRADFORD Gilmer Mayfield, Fred Miller, James Foy, John Spears, Oren Reichelt, Newell Free- man, Jeff Isaacks, L. H. Beaty, Waltel' Lewis, Richard Sims, Stenseu Andrus, Dui: Hardin, Peyton lVIcLeskey 2 I Social Calendar House party ....... ...... ..A,.... S e ptember 25 Rush Dinner ...........,............... ......... O ctober 9 Annual' Thanksgiving Dance ................ November 27 Christmas House Party .......,.. .......,. D ecember 13 House Party ................,... ,........ J anuary 8 Rush Party ......... ......... J anuary 24 Stag Party .......,... ..,..,... J anuary 30 House Par-ty ..................................... ........ M arch 19 Party for Graduating Members ......... ........ M ay 14' Final ............................................ ........ M ay 21 Outstanding Members ROSCOE PEACOCK-first cadet Lieutenant-Colonel in the college R. 0. T. C.g ass't business inan- ager of 1934 Swastika BUNK SELBY-three-year letterman in footballg three-year letterman in baskethallg "A" Associ- ationg Captain "B" Company ,35g Most Pop- ular Boy, '35 DAVE MCKEE-secretary-treasurer of Engineeifs Club Outstanding Alumni JULES VANDERSARL1lHSt1'uCtO1' in music at Las Cruces Union High School and at State College JACK BAIRD-at present time in New York working under a Rockerfeller Foundation fellowship to study radio program management JERRY HINES-athletic director and head football and basketball coach at New Mexico A. S M. LEMUEL F. PRATT-connected at present with In- ternational Harvester Company at Dallas, Texas ell-as Z-beta l':'rg'rTI?l Qj.it1Y-1l,'4l:tl4'f'gflffflajlll I my gm. Tbefa gp Hatch, LaCoss, Egerton, Bronson, Powell, Cochrane, Hoy, Thomas, Cooper Kozeliski, Hall, Boise, Gray, Morosi, Clayshulte, Hays, Darr, McKinnon T. McCauley, B. McCauley, Lawson, French, Larsen, Lyster, Funk, Schwarzenbach, Gunter I Bon HATCH LARRY LACoss President Vice President KEARNEY EGERTON Secretary MEMBERS Bos HATCH JOHN COOPER JACK ROGERS LARRY LACoss KEARNEY EGERTON TOM MCCAULEY ALLEN SAYLES ROBERT MCCAULEY WILLIAM DEEMER JAMES COCHRANE HOWARD SCHWARZENBACH ROMULUS THOMAS ERNEST WITIIERS LLOYD LYSTER LAWRENCE PICKETT WARNER BRONSON LARRY EMERSON TOM LAWSON BILL MoRosI SIDNEY MCKINNON HUGH POWELL JOE FUNK DELMER YENZER PLEDGES ELMER DARR EARL LATHVIER FRANK KOZELISKI TED HoY EDWARD GRAY BILLY NEWELL FLETCHER HALL RALPH FRENCH N ELsoN ICLAYSHULTE OTIS BOISE Wilbur Fite, Steve Eubanks, Orville Work, Johnny Donohue, Eddy Miller, Mert Gillis, George McCarty, Bud Reed, T. V. Long, Ralph Jordan, Tom Sears, Harry Stevenson, .lack Campbell, Elvin Christ, Henry Gilbert, Fred Haggard, Tom Hartigam, A. E. Hatch, Jr., Richard Hildwein, Pershing Jolly, Robert Maddox, Kent Mclntosh, Harold Peed, Andy Smyrthe, Joe Stokes, Oren Wingfield, Robert Drown, George Gilchrist, Bill Malcolm. Social Calendar Homecoming Open House ..............A......... OCt0l3C1' 3 Annual Dinner Dance ......,... ........ D eeenlbel' 17 Rush Partyf ................ ....... J 'anuary 24 Preference Party ......,... ....... I anuary 30 Annual Dance ........,... ...,...... M 3I'Ch 12 Final Ball ........ ......-... M ay 27 Outstanding Members BOB HATCH-president of fraternity '37-'38, secre- tary of fraternity '36-'37, vioe president fresh- man classg Yucca Players '35, '36, '37, '38, president sophomore classy band '35, '36, '37, '38, student commission '36-'37, '37-'38, drum major brand '36-'37, '37-'38, Capt. R. O. T. C. band '37, Capt. Co. "B" '38, Battalion Ad- jutant '38g "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities," '37-'38g Greek Council FRANK KOZELISKI-f0'0fIbHll '35, '36, '37, basket- ball '36, '37, '38, track '36, '37, '38, "A" As- sociation '36-'37, '37-'38, class vice president '37-'38g "Wh0'S Who in American Colleges and Universities" '37-'38 TOM MCCAULEYLCl3SS secretary '31-'32, '32-'33, editor Swastika, '32-'33, Engineers' Club, A. S. C. E. KEARNEY EGERTON-Swastika '35-'36, Round-Up '36, '37, '38, yell leader '35-'36, secretary of fraternity '37-'38, fellow with best line '35-'36, '36-'37, "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities" '37-'38 Outstanding Alumni LOUIS LYSTER-Engineer with Soil Conservation Service LATHAM WHITHAM-Chief Electrical Engineer, Chino Copper Co. LINCOLN A. FEATHER-Gulf Oil Co., Philadelphia, Pa. BRUCE SAGE-professor at California Institute of Technology dike si .iq I K" 'I Q V 433' ' V' 4 l Jentgen, Cox, Ward, Garclenhire, Bunch, O. Caviness, Davis, Brookreson, Leyendecker Yates, Gruber, Karlsruher, L. Nicklas, Hightower, Duvall, C. Nicklas, Hills, Taylor Wllifferl, Lo-ughriclge, Mitchell, Resley, Lathrop, Boyce, Sibley, Kaplan, J ones, Greene Henderson, Goddard, Farrell, Wilson, J Ones, Gibson, Ritchey, Leach, Frick, Oliver WALTER JENTOEN President flst semesterj JOHN AMASTAE J. T. BARNETT WADE BROOKRESON C. C. BUNCH OLEN CAVINESS MILTON Cox THOMAS DAVIS RUSSELL DUVALL FLOYD FARRELL WIIILIAM FRICK C. C. BUNCH MILTON Cox President Vice President 12nd Semesterj Clst Seinesterj WAYNE WARD ROLAND GARDENHIRE Secretary Treasurer tlst and 2nd Semestersj lst and 2nd Sernestersj MEMBERS SOLON PAT GIBSON ROY GODDARD ALLEN GRUBER LOUIS I'lENDERSON .JOHN I-IIGI-ITOWER WALTER J ENTGEN HARBOUR JONES ROBERT JONES GEORGE KAPLAN RALPH KARLSRUHER ROLAND GARDENHIRE GEORGE LATHROP JACK GREENE GERALD LEACH PLEDGES PHIL 'LEYENDECKER CHALMERS LOUGHRIDGE OATHER MORPER CRAIG NICKLAS LAVERNE NICKLAS ROBERT OLIVER HARALD PEDERSEN LEN PINSON JAMES RESLEY MELWN RITCHEY CASEY SIBLEY LESTER STEWART OLEN CAVINESS Vice President 12nd Semesterj MICIIAEL TAYLOR SCOTT TAYLOR WILLIAM TURNEY CHARLES WALLIS WAYNE WARD JACK WAYNE JOE WHIFFEN ROY WILSON RAYMOND WORRELL ROBERT YATES ELMER HILL Shelby Armstrong, Floyd Bonnell, John Boyce, Edward Caviness, Angie Cunico, Eclward Foster, Jack Hardgrave, Harris Howell, Williarn Juliana, Paul Marshall, Leonard Mitchell, Mor-gan Nelson, James Planck, Mark Racloslovich, Robert Remon- dini, J ack Ricketts, Sidney Shapiro, Robert Smith, Tilman Wayne, John Wilson. I ll1'u,l' J.iI."Ii il,'fJ Social Calendar Annual Christmas Dance ...................... December 11 Rush Party Smoker .........,........,. ........ J anuary 28 Theater Party ......................,.......... ........ I anuary 30 Annual Washington's Birthday Picnic ..............,,.........,........,............... February 20 Dinner-Dance Final .,....... .......... M ay 27 Quistanding Members C. C. BUNCH-president of fraternity '37, Alpha Zeta, Most Pouplar Boy '37, vice president of Greek Council '37, vice president of Biological Society '37, president of fraternity '38, presi- dent of Greek Council '38, president of Biolog- ical Society '38, vice president of senior class '37-'38, Captain of R. O. T. C. '38 GERALD LEACH-vice president student commission, '36-'37, Intramural Council '36-'37, Greek Coun- cil '36-'37, Phi Mu Tau, president senior class '37-'38, treasurer of Biological Society '37-'38, R. O. T. C. WALTER JENTGEN-secretary of fraternity '35, vice president of fraternity '36, president of frater- nity '37, 'Greek Council '37-'38, Scribe of Alpha Zeta '37-'38, president of Newman Club '35-'36, R. O. T. C. MILTON COX-4fraternity house manager '36-'37-'38, vice president of fraternity '37, critic of frater- nity '38, Yucca Club, student commission '35- '36, '37, junior class president '37-'38, En- gineers' Club, R. O. T. C. Outstanding Alwnni DR. GEORGE MCNEW-professor in Plant Path- ology, Princeton University ALBERT MILLER-general manager of J. C. Penney Store, Houston, Texas DR. CHARLES Looivns-Senior Economist of the Department of Agriculture, Division of Rural Sociology, Washington, D. C. 'I fgisgwaa waicvon X i X. l V ' Greeman, Blon, Westbrook, Stroman, Cromer, White Townsend, Laughter, Loomis, Cassell, Robinson, Palm A GERALD GREEMAN ROBERT PALM . President Vice President ' WILLIAM CASSELL D. W. LAUGHTER Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS ROBERT BLON ROBERT S. BOYLE WILLIAM CASSELL GERALD B. GREEMAN D. W. LAUGHTER R1cHARD P. LOOMIS J. A. ROBINSON CALVIN TOWNSEND R. G. WHITE ALBERT F. CHASE CHARLES H. GRAHAM A CLAUD W. CROMBR HENRY A. PALM ROBERT S. NICCUM PLEDGES E N John Bonomo, Sid Johnson, Tad Henderson, Morris Moss, John Palmer Hoy Connelley, J.,R. Green f fi .u I, I ,Y 1 EM 'flilfif l'u.mci1",: ",.f-SM V History The Sigma Alpha Omicron Fraternity received its charter in January, l938, becoming the new- est fraternity on the New Mexico State College campus. Plans for this organization were started in.the latter part of October, 1937 by a group of eight students. Under the leadership of Gerald Greenian and with the advice of Dr. G. N. SlL1'011l3l'l, the initial eight increased their number 'to twelve and obtained a charter as a recognized social fraternity. With the interest of the college at heart and a sincere desire to attain a high social and scholastic standing, the members of this fraternity feel sure of the success of their venture. ' Social Calendar Since this fraternity was not recognized by the Greek Council until after the social calendar was' drawn up, there have been no set dates for their social events. Outstanding Members GERALD GREEMAN HENRY A. PALM ROBERT VVI-IITE 1 V fgixsma waicvon 'iii 3 . JI N , -:Dx 1 ll "W .Q r K . . 'i 5' X a I , N fl F N ny X luillflli: time i'lL,lE'1CiI"':Jlff' 'El-Tii'.i'j,f4fafrnfvfl .- JI Zan lflasrfn Zrsilovm 4 TS A 1-A -I tl Wiggins, Campbell, McGuire, Welab, Botkin, Hamill, Mocho ' E. Hixon, Field, S. Bennett, Glover, Blunt, Budenholzer, Gustafson Summers, Gaines, Baker, Franey, J. Hixon, Thompson, McGregor, Kent ' JAMES WICGINS L MARTIN CAMPBELL President Vice President P. M. MCGUIRE JOHN WEBB Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS JOSEPH L. HIXON P. M. MCGUIRE JOHN E. WEBB JAMES W. WIGGINS ALVIN H. BEAVERS DANIEL F. BOTKIN S. S. BAKER, JR. FRANK E. BUDENIIOLZER lVlARTI'N A.. CAMPBELL JAMES FIELD JO1-IN R. GAINES EMMETT I-IIXON ROBERT S. CHAMBERLIN RICHARD F. KENT RICHARD G. HAMILL' EDWARD A. MAHRES PETER T. MOCHO W. L. SUMMERS, JR. PLEDGES EDGAR J. BENNETT JAMES C. BORROUM C. HOWARD GLOVER HENRY J. GUSTAFSON WILLIALI G. FRANEY SHELDON A. BENNETT Fred A. Adams, J. Max Beene, Luther I. Blunt, George BonIberger,'Baylus Cade, Jr., Roy E. Creek, David A. Crowley, G. Laurence Davis, Henry E. Davis, Jr., Frank E. Gray, Wesley Harris, Clarence W. Hoffman, M. Perry Horton, Jr., Buford G. Jasper, LeVon Lee, A.-J. Luck, Jr., Carlton McGregor, Russell H. McNeace, Jr., Edward L. Pack, Jr., John E. Paynich, E. M. Raney, Jr., P. M. Shaw, Willet E. White, John J. Valkenaar, Jack Ward, Earl M. Zimmerman, W. Foster Zimmernlan. Social Calendar Party at Amador hotel ...............,.,........A. October 16 Op-en House, Homecoming ,... ....... O ctober 23 Alumni party ..................... ....... D ecember 26 Foundefs Day banquet ....... ....... J anuary 12 Rush Smoker ..............,.........v. ....... J anuary 26 Scholarship Day banquet .......... ......... F ebruary 12 Annual dance ....................... ......., A pril 23 Motheris Day tea ...... .......... M HY 3 Final dance .......... .......... M ay 23 Outstanding Members JOE HIXON-Student Commission, pres. l37-'385 Mu Phi Pi, president 337-'385 "A" ASSO'Cl8'tl'OI1fQ ln- tramural Council '36-'37g Engineers' Clu'b JAMES WIGGINS-president of fraternity '37-'38g president of Phi Mu Tau '37-'38g Biological Societyg four years in State College band P. M. MCGUIRE-4R. O. T. C. Lt. Col. '38g editor of Round-Up '37-'38g business-manager of '37 Swastikag president of l. R. C. '37-'38g Coro- nado Playmakers Outstanding Alumni WILLIAM ROBERT HARLAN-Director of Research, American Tobacco Company, Richmond, Vir- ginia GLENDON BOOTHE-Hydrographic and Ceodetic En- gineer, U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Wash- ington, D. C. HOLLY LISLE-C'lVlli8l1 Conservation Corps Captain LOUIS HILL HUNCATE-Industrial gas engineer, Memphis Power Sr Light Company, Memphis, Tenn. - Tau J anna fvsilon ' 1 1 I 45 JJ W ,,W,1c5,,I, ,zameflt JW M Qi! N e M WZ!! lvllsa L N W - Chamberlin, Wiese, Archer, Shriner, Haas, Jewell, Staus , S Cunninglialn, Ake, Behimer, Strickland, French, Geren, Gustafson M W JK! J' Pollyksli-il ' , Marshall, Resley, Reid, Constant, Maddox, Holcomb Wy? 1 ,U I Q s Y ' A 1 . by Wa-"' DX, X a We X Q Vip, C ' 'P X:-V' S,-fx 9 My ' dl U' '52, - fs' W I ,I ,J-"'V Lx AMBERLI of ETHLYN WIESE . 073155: n resident .- Kr Vice President M J fp' ,rj RM MARY LOU SHRINER W N ,W J cr ry Treasurer gf L2 . ' XPC ' JJ X ' jp we of' I if we INEZ DYKSTRA MAXINE GEREN EVELYN GUSTAFSON JVILMA HAAS MILDIIED M.-mnox .Q ,. A 1 EDNA BEIIIMER I JUNE BROOKSHIRE MARY CI-IAMBEIILIN ELVIIIA CONSTANT ' J MEMBERS EULAH NIARSHALL ELIZABETH NUNN AUBREY REID KATHLEEN RESLEY CHRISTINE STAUS . I H. PLEDGES - "' 'L 'flip ,QM MARY Lou SHRINER A HELEN STRICKLAND ETHLYN WIESE EVANGELINE JENKINS BEATRICE WILLIAMS AKE Marjorie Baker, Rhoda Freeman, Thelma Hale, Jessie Ruth HH1'l'ClSOI1, F ay Jewell, Ruth Holcomb, Janelle Ly1nton, Betty lVIagI'uclgI', Willna Snow, Louise W1'iglIt, Mecldie Cunningham. l will N 4 A jfs ' 6 . Social Calendar Tea for Mrs. Bines, housernother ...,.... September 19 Zeta-Kheth Samekh picnic ..............,. September 22 Dance at Country Club given by sponsors and patronesses ............A..... October 16 uf Buffett Supper ......................., .....,. O ctober 29 Christmas Party ,....... ....... D ecernber 15 Rush Parties ........ .......... I anuary 25 January 29 Annual Dance .................... .....,.. F ebruary 19 xv Party for sorority by S H ' Miss Rosemary Buchannan ......... ....... A pril 24 Final Dance ......,......................... ......... M ay 7 Senior Breakfast .............................................. May 15? A Outstanding Members MARY CHAMBERLIN-president of sororityg secre- tary of Greek 'Councilg Home Ee. Clubg Bi- ological Societyg representative to student com- missiong member of W. A. A. EDNA BEHIMER-vice president of Home Ec. Clubg representative to Greek 'Councilg member of Coronado Dramatic Clubg member of I. R. C.: member of W. A. A. Outstanding Alumnae KATIE BREM-ho-me demonstration Agent in Roose- velt county M' LILLIAN N1cHoLsoN-home deinormstratigiiiglin Dona Ana county my 4' fife- A1519 JW' zfxnw- ovovif' i i.,,.,,c,.nf,i.1.inn.irec.inineiy O il ern an 5 Locke, Mefller, Thomas, Isaacks, Roane, Bradford, Boutz Stern, Hatch, Cann, Denton, Bak-er, Riffe, Echols Edwards, Horton, Henry, Poe, Lewis, Ryan, Thorpe, Leding JUANITA LOCKE ELEANOR MEDLER President Vice President NIILDRED THOMAS ETHEL ISAACKS Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS JUANITA LOCKE ELEANOR MEDLER ETHEL ISAACKS DOROTHY LEDING DOROTHY ROANE CORINNE RIFFE JULIA ANN RYAN JUANITA DENTON CLARABEL EGHOLS ROBERTA STERN RUBY JANE HATCH RACHEL POE ENID EDWARDS MARGARET HORTON VIRGINIA BRADFORD FREDRICA LEWIS CORABELLE BOUTZ MILDRED THOMAS EVELYN TI-IORPE FRANCES CANN MRS. STELLA BAKER PEGGY HENRY PLEDGES ,lean McDowell, Barbara Green, Lois Dunkle, Doris McNeill, Betty Jane Crawford, Helen Carwardine, Lena Ruth McClellan, Rebecca Sears, Nancy Johns, Phyllis Phillips, Eleanor Herndon, Aileen Longloottom. .,l,.. X 1 I lima.-I H I fi Virginia Newberry, Social Calender Zeta-Kheth Samekh picnic ................ September Buffet dinner '........... ..,...........,. ........,. S e ptember Zeta Costume dance ......... ....... O ctober House party .,..........,............ ........... O ctober Be-ta Nu birthday party .......... .......... N ovember Christmas party ................, ....... D ecember Rush parties ........ ..,. ,I anuary January January Coffee ..............v,..............,..., ......... F ebruary Mother and daughter tea ...... Final ............................... ..........May .....,...,lVIay Zeta senior breakfast ..........................,........... May Outstanding Members 22 26 23 29 29 13 2 ll 28 30 13 8 14 29 DOROTHY LEDINC-Pep Club 'business manager ,36- 737g Pep Club president '37-'38g Yucca Club secretary '36-'37g Yucca Club president '37-'385 co-editor of Swastika 737g editor of Swastika '385 secretary of junior classg "Who's Who in American Collegesng Vanity Fair '37g Dramatic Council '37-'38 DOROTHY ROANE-P613 Club business manager '35- '36g Pep Club president '36-,375 Pep Club busi- ness manager '37-'38g Yucca Clubg junior class editor of Swastikag senior class editor of Swas- tikag secretary of senior classg Most Popular Girl 9365 ,lunifor Prom Queen '37 JUANITA LOCKE-president of fraternityg Greek Councilg Yucca Clubg Pep Clubg Phi Mu Taug Home Ec. Club Outstanding Alumna ALBON LEWIS-aCt1'BSS in ':You Can't Take It With You" on Broadway ovovif l V .Mill 1 eel: Council i gl' 'vm-1 -align! I , if I . A f -, .f it L I' .ffl I 1 . M L , , , Q 'gfllffisili W . I , I . , J -5' "il-' ' - i -' .- -. ,, 5' 1. if , ' le. , , , --A A gr. . WL: .gg vj 'nl 2 T . i . ..,A 3 l 6 1 5 3 i. g V 1' 'T . ir ' "1 H.. Bunch, Medler, Chamberlin, Gardner, Behimer, Thomas, McGuire Leach, Baird, B. McCauley, Wiggins, Greeman, Peacock, Weise Hatch, Jentgen, Thomas, Bolutz, Cromer, Campbell, Locke C. C. BUNCH President MARX' ELLEN CHAMBERLIN Secretary The o T T i c i al membership oT The Greek Council is made up oT Three delegaTes Trom each social TraTerniTy. IT is The principle aim oT These TwenTy- one members To deTermine The policies, The rules and regulaTions To be Tollowed by The sororiTies and TraTerniTies. This year a new local TraTerniTy, Sig- ma Alpha Omicron, was granTed a charTer and admiTTed To membership in The Council. On OcTober second, The Council in llllllf'll'5'f.liIlI1'E2i'y' i-:ur ELEANOR MEDLER Vice President DEAN H. M. GARDNER Advisor sponsored a Pan-Greek dance, enTer- Taining only The members and pledges oT The social TraTerniTies. The Council plans To make This dance an annual evenT. Perhaps The ouTsTanding conTribuTion made by The Greek Council To The Col- lege This year was The presenTaTion oT a shrine oT The ConsTiTuTion oT The UniTed STaTes. This shrine now sTands in The College Library. ical-ions 49,58 ,gwasfilza LEDINO DOROTHY LEDINO ........... DANIEL BOTKIN ..........A.,... JOHN COOPER ......,...,..,,.,.,,. HENRY GUSTAFSON .,........... LILLIAN EGERTON ..,...,......., MARTIN CAMPBELL .....,A - ....... ENID EDWARDS .,,..,,,.,....,..,.... DOROTHY ROANE ..... L ...... ROSCOE PEACOCK .,...,...,..,.. KATE BROOK .,.,....................A.,. EVELYN THORPE ..,L....,..,.............,..,. BETTY JANE CRAWFORD ......,.,... HELEN CARWARDINE .,.......,..... COOPER V T ......,........EdITOI'-IFI-CIWIST ....,,..,..,...,.s.,.,..,,..,,.,.Buslness Manager Ass'T' edilror and spor+s eoli+or ........,........Ass"r Business Manager , ,..... . .,..................,...... Ari ...,,......s.Snap-sl'1o+ ....,.....,...Li+era ry .........,.Senior ........,..,,,...Senior . ....... ............,. J unior .........,.,s..Sophomore ..,.,...,,.,..,Freshman ......,..,.,,.Eresl1man ed ec ec ec ec ec ed ec ec DUNCAN SCOTT ..,,............. .......,.......,......... A clv Hor ifor Hor Hor Her Hof Hor Hof Pror isor 4958 wasfi ca lf' 5 ia., GUSTAFSON BOTKIN 'T' EDWARDS CAMPBELL Sco'rT CRAWFORD THORPE K. BROOKS CARWARDINE EGERTON ROANE PEACOCK , . V W . ' :'m.,gf.: C.-x2 5 HU' wa. 1 be .Ro umb- i l l MCGUIRE Under The leadership oT Paul lvlc- Guire. senior hisTory major, consTanT eTTorT has been made during The year To improve The Round-Up boTh in con- TenT and in Typography. Whenever possible, picTures have been used To enhance The appearance oT The paper, and gradually The Tlush-To-leTT Type of headline has become sTandardized. Columns oT sparkling originaliTy have been read avidly by sTudenTs. Kearney EgerTon has wriTTen a sporTs column, "POT ShoTs Trom The Press Box," ThaT has won acclaim ThroughouT SouTh- wesTern collegiaTe circles. John Cooper has been The auThor oT anoTher sporTs column, "The Morning ATTer," and Dick l-lildwein has conTribuTed a ll! Third survey oT aThleTics in his "SporT- scope." General campus acTiviTies have been sanely and perTinenTly re- viewed by Johnny Gaines in "Campus CommenTary," OuTsTanding seniors have been Tea- Tured in weekly TeaTure arTicles. Fur- Thermore, an occasional shorT sTory or essay has lenT a liTerary Tlavor To The publicaTion and has sTimulaTed creaTive wriTing To a modesT degree. AT a meeTing oT The publicaTions commiTTee on May 4, Johnny Gaines oT Las Cruces was appoinTed ediTor oT The Round-Up Tor I938-39. Edward Gray oT La Mesa will manage The busi- ness aTTairs. P. M. MCGUIRE ...., RICHARD KENT ..... ROBERT YATES ....,. JOHNNY GAINES ....... .... FRANK BURNETT ...,.. KEARNEY ECERTON ....... ERA RENTFROVV ........ .,.,...........,..,..Edit0I' ......BusiIIess Manager ..........COpy Editor .Composing Editor ....,..Featu1'e Editor ,.....SpO1vts Editor ..,..,.A1umni Editor DUNCAN SCOTT ...... ...... ..... ....... F a c ulty Advisor Reporters: TOMIMY LAWSON, EDWARD GRAY, MERRELL THOMPSON, HAROLD PEDERSON, BERNARD HICKS, ESTALEE STUART, RAYMOND VAN WAOONER, GEORGE SMITH, DANIEL BOTKIN, GEORGE BOZEMAN, EVELYN THORPE, AILEEN LONGBOTTOM, ETI-IEL ISAACKS, FAYE SHANNON, LARRY F LOYD, RICHARD HILDWEIN, CHARLES CURRY, HAR- OLD CARPENTER, TED MERRILL, WILBUR FITE, ELIZABETH NORDHAUS. nb ,IA ,E-,Aff KENT 1 I 1 il L l 1 I I YATES SCOTT RENTFROW EGERTON BURNETT GAINES I .. pg:-441' 1:1.wi,,lI!I,in.?LiI1IilA I U II Z-be Ujuuieai-Ion Committee GUTHRIE SCOTT BRELAND THOMAS The STudenT PublicaTions CommiTTee, composed oT Tour TaculTy members and Three sTudenTs appoinTed annually by The STudenT Commission, has quieTly advised The Roundup and SwasTilca sTaTTs This year, helping Them, when- ever possible in TormulaTing desirable and eTTecTive ediTorial policies. ProT. G. L. C5uThrie, chairman oT The commiTTee. has served conTinuously since I927. AnoTher member oT long experience is ProT. R. G. Breland, whose advice has proved especially valuable. More recenTly appoinTed TaculTy mem- bers are Prof. M. A. Thomas and ProT. Duncan ScoTT, who acTs as TaculTy ad-- visor Tor publicaTions. ln accordance wi+h a moTion ThaT was passed in I935. each spring The STuden+ llllllfl PublicaTions CommiTTee selecTs The ed- iTors and business managers oT The Two campus publicaTions Trom wriTTen ap- plicaTions. The assisTanT members oT each sTaTT have been appoinTed by The ediTors or business managers wiTh The commiTTee reserving a veTo power, which, iT should be said, has noT been used This year. STudenTs aT STaTe College agree ThaT The selecTion oT ediTors and business managers on a sTricT basis oT meriT is superior To The Tormer meThod oT Till- ing These imporTanT oTTices by general sTudenT balloT. The commiTTee desires To express iTs appreciaTion To The sTaTTs oT The Roundup and SwasTilca Tor ediTing mosT crediTable publicaTions This year. ulfs AMD ociefies l ri lrfg vvwvanfic Coiuncil Edwards, Yarbrough, Hatch, Bradford Medler, Isaacks, Beem, Haney, Leding In iTs second year oT exisTence on The campus. The dramaTic council has Tound ThaT The ToughesT sledding imaginable is The job oT geTTing STaTe College sTudenTs acTively inTeresTed in dramaTics. ATTempTing To sTimulaTe This laTenT inTeresT, members oT The council prepared Their program Tor The year. Once a semesTer, TryouTs were held Tor Those sTudenTs wishing To become members oT one oT The dramaTic clubs. l'1 L!I7Cll"l"V'l '!'l'!"D . --..l I." . This meThod oT obTaining membership discriminaTes againsT Those "ioiners" who are worlcing up a long acTiviTy lisT and deTermines The elegibiliTy oT sTu- denTs. ' One oT The major moves in The de- velopmen+ oT an improved TheaTre was The oTTicial adopTion oT The name, Coronado TheaTre, given up by The Coronado Playmalcers in deicerence To The larger uniT. AnnouncemenT oT This change came Through The Council. ovonabo eat-ve nys en my Wise U Marfha Broolf, leading-lady in fhis lighr comedy by Jean Ferguson Black, scored a hif in her role as fhe sweef and young, frusfing and un- assuming wife of a self-cenfered and flirfafious dramafisf played by Marfin Campbell. Minor roles were played by Chrisfine Sfaus, Fredrica Lewis, Johnny Gaines, Edifh Disinger and Paul McGuire. UM usd' yall!! The Dramafic Council selecfed as ifs serious endeavor of fhe year, Emlyn Williams' play, "Nigh1' Musf Fall". Under fhe skillful direcfion of W. E. Beem, fhe enfire casf came fhrough wifh record performances. Marvin Raney, in fhe role of Dan, psychological sfudy of maniacal depression, gave fhe sfellar performance of fhe evening wifh a finesse seldom found in sfudenf producfions. Gloria l-layner gave a finished piece of acfing in fhe difficulf characfer role of fhe rich. quarrelsome old woman who befriends fhe wily Dan. ln her usual capable manner, Fredrica Lewis gave a fine inferprefa- fion in her parf. Mike Taylor, Johnny Gaines, Edna Behimer, June Brookshier, Marianne Fosfer and Buford Jasper complefed fhe casf. Ass in .Revue Firsf-place honors for fhe besf performance in fhe l938 Pass in Revue were again awarded fo fhe Phi Befa Thefa frafernify for fheir acf, "The Courfship of Sgf. O'Keefe", wriffen and direcfed by Bob McCauley. A cleverly execufed old-fashioned "meller-drammer", "The Rounder", won second place for fhe McFie hall girls. The Tau Kappa Epsilon frafernify foolc fhird place wifh a slcif enfifled "Damson and Saliva". Margaref l-lorfon, Zefa Tau Alpha, was selecfed as fhe besf individual performer in fhe Revue. The program was freafed as a milifary procedure wifh fhe confesfing groups represenfing fhe companies of a baffalion. An oufsfanding feafure in fhe evening's enferfainmenf-Peyfon Mc- l.eslcey's demonsfrafions in baffling magic-fhrilled fhe audience and infroduced fhe firsf sfudenf-magician who has affended Sfafe College. IZ,-be Muna Ujlaycvs 1 Leding, Isaacks, Mecller, Bradford, Beem, Maddox, Holcomb Stern, Mocho, Gaines, Lewis, Poe, Egerton, M. Brook Lawson, Powell, Squires, Roane, Riffe, McClellan, Gustafson Hatch, Campbell, Cox, K. Brook, Green, Thorpe, Locke DOROTHY LEDING President ELEANOR MEDLER Treasurer The Yucca Club, organized by Col. A. W. ChilTon in l932, has enjoyed a mosT successful year. Members OT The club have been ac- Tive in The Two maior dramaTic pre- senTaTions of The year. lvlarTha Brook, Johnny Gaines, lv1arTin Campbell and Frederica Lewis played in Jean Fergu- son's "Penny Wise". ln Emlyn Wil-- liam's "Nigh+ lvlusT Fall", Frederica Lewis, Johnny Gaines, June Brook- shier and Buford Jasper carried prin- cipal parTs. Several skiTs and one-acT plays were l l l ETHEL IsAAcKs Vice President VIRGINIA BRADFORD Secretary given and direcTed by sTudenTs in The club Tor The purpose OT TurThering Their knowledge of The TundamenTal prin- ciples involved in The dramaTic arTs and developmenT oT dramaTic abiliTy. STudenTs inTeresTed in dramaTics may aTTiliaTe wiTh This group aTTer having passed Through a period of pledgeship, during which Time The pledge is known as a heeler. Under The capable guidance of lvlr. Beem, direcTor and advisor, The Yucca Club has exhibiTed a srimulared inTeresT in campus dramaTics. f 11176 Czilwla Ujlayev A , irr DF RANEY EDWARDS PONSFORD BoUTz BEHIMER BEEM MARVIN RANEY President REGINA YARBROUGH Treasurer The Cibola Players, originally The Coronado Playmalcers, were organized in I935 To meeT The need Tor anoTher dramaTic club on The campus. The charTer members were represenTaTive oT every 'TraTerniTy and sororiTy and also The independenT men and women. Due To The need oT The College TheaTer Tor a more appropriaTe name, The club agreed To give up iTs name and pin To The College TheaTer -and subsequenTly chose The name, Cibola, which was Coronado's obiecTive. HATCH COBLE SEAT011 MCGUIRE ABBOTT ADAIR ENID EDWARDS Vice President RUBY JANE HATCH Secretary Since iTs organizaTion, The club has sTeadily grown, new heelers being sel- ecTed Trom The group oT sTudenTs par- TicipaTing in The TryouTs each semesTer. The eighT heelers pledged lasT Tall have Taken an acTive inTeresT in campus dramaTics and will be iniTiaTed inTo The club on receiving The required number oT poinTs. lnTeresTing programs have been giv- en in The regular meeTings and have served To inTroduce To The club mem- bers The values oT dramaTics. 1 niil Ike Home conom Cc-5 Ciul, GENEVIEVE ATCHLEY President EDNA BEHIMER Vice President The l-lome Economics Club. which is afiiliaied wiih Sraie and Naiional Home Economics Clubs, was organized ai' Siafe College in l9I9. Irs purpose is io siimulaie inieresi in The field of Home Economics and 'ro provide social and recreaiional inieresis for ihe girls who are enrolled as Home Economics maiors. A varieiy of luncheons have been served for l-lallowe'en, Thanksgiving, Chrisrmas and Saini PaJrricl4's days. These have been prepared by various ll li EVELYN GUSTAFSON Secretary-Treasurer MARGARET 0,LAUGHLIN Faculty Advisor foods classes as a pari' oi Jrheir home economics iraining. Oiher social aciiviiies have been a pariy for freshmen, ioin'r picnic wilh Jrhe Ag Club. and ihe annual buiiei supper and dance. During Ag Day 'rhe Home Economics Club won second on an exhibii show- ing an old fashioned lciichen conirasied io Jrhe modern one. lnez Dylcsira, an ouisianding senior l-lome Economics sludeni, was awarded ihe Progress Club scholarship for scho- lasiic worlc during her iunior year. Z-be djer Early in The Tall an execuTive com- miTTee oT The Pep Club selecTed by The presidenT, voTed on The new mem- bers To Take The place OT Those who graduaTed, and pracTices were sTarTed immecliaTely. The TorTy members in whiTe uniTorms and red capes were presenT aT every home TooTball game and perTormed aT all buT one oT These games.- They also accompanied The Team To Tucson and drilled There. To pay Tor This Trip The girls sold programs aT mosT oT The home games and gave Two inTormal dances during The school year. P I THE NA" FORMATION DOROTHY LEDINC DOROTHY Roqwg Preszdent Business Manager TVIARTHA AND KATE BROOK Drum Majors For The TirsT Time in The hisTory oT The club Two drum majors lecl The drills: KaTe and MarTha Brook were chosen because oT Their abiliTy and aT- TracTive appearance. Carl Jacobs, The club's sponsor came To pracTice oTTen and helped The girls smooTh ouT diTTiculT drills. Besides drilling aT The games The club marched in The ArmisTice Day parade and perTormecl Twice during reviewing, parades wiTh The R. O. T. C. The band coopeiraTed in making This year The mosT noTeworThy enioyed by This acTive organizaTion. Pa ge: Two h uncii erl 7,-be Zinsfineevsf Cleat, ELLSWORTH EVANS President JAMES FOREMAN SCOTT I. TAYLOR Vice-President F. J. AMADOR Secretary-Treasurer' Sponsor The Engineers' Club was organized in I9I4. All sTudenTs and members of The TaculTy oT The School oT Engineer- ing are eligible Tor membership. The obiecTs oT This Club are: lll The advancemenT and disseminaTion oT knowledge oT The Theory and pracTice oT engineering and The presenTaTion oT a proper perspecTive oT engineering work: l2l The TurTherance oT under- sTanding beTween sTuden+s and TaculTy members oT The Engineering School: l3l To uphold The TradiTions oT The School oT Engineering. N l llTTf'.,li'1','4..? During The year The Club has held several meeTings wiTh programs oT gen- eral inTeresT. OTher acTiviTies oT The group include a "smoker" Tor The en- gineering Treshmen, a hayride and in- Tormal dance, and The annual En- gineers' Day program oT March I7. Engineers' day is celebraTed in honor oT ST. PaTriclc. paTron sainT oT Engine- ers. The program consisTed oT The lcnighTing oT The seniors, iniTiaTion OT The Treshman Tollowed by open house and climaxed by The Engineers' dance. vmevicaw ociefy of Civil injfneeu GEORGE MURPHY President LOYD SCRIVNER Vice-President D. B. JETT Sponsor The D. B. JeTT ChapTer oT The Ameri- can SocieTy oT Civil Engineers, which is named aTTer The head oT The Civil Engineering DeparTmenT, was organ- ized aT STaTe College in I933. The local chapTer is one oT II3 sTudenT chapTers aTTiliaTed wiTh The American SocieTy oT Civil Engineers which is The oldesT naTional Engineering SocieTy in The UniTed STaTesg being insTiTuTed in T852 Tor The purpose oT advancing en- gineering and archiTecTural knowledge and pracTice, mainTaining a high pro- fessional sTandard among iTs members, and esTablishing "a cenTral poinT oT reTerence and union Tor iTs members." Among The highlighTs oT The year Tor The local chapTer are The meeTings wiTh The New Mexico NaTional ChapTer and Two sTudenT chapTers, namely, Univer- siTy oT New Mexico, and UniversiTy oT Arizona: programs sponsored by The NaTional SocieTy, and The annual senior inspecTion Tour To The wesT coasT Tor The purpose oT inspecTing The consTruc- Tion oT highways, canals. Tunnels, dams, and bridges. fllli ' Ike :Tvencb R-'rr' ':"5:if:,zf" B' . A -. , Eel? .1853 It y .,g, .V M. Brook, Horton, Bricker, Haney, McDowell, Botkin K. Brook, McClellan, Green, Herndon, Boutz, Adair Medler, Goddard, Lugibihl, Resley, Huber, M. Lusk, Lancaster MAY ADAIR MARVIN RANEY ROY GODDARD President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer DANIEL BOTKIN BARBARA GREEN Sergeant Musician L'Esprif Francais was organized lasf aufumn under fhe sponsorship of Dr. Mary Flammes wifh fwenfy charfer members. The purpose of fhe club is fo give sfudenfs of French an oppor- funify fo speak French and fo sfudy French culfure in an afmosphere of sociabilify. "S'insfruire en s'amusanf" may well be fhe moffo of fhe club. The programs presenfed by fhe members af fheir monfhly meefings were enhanced by fhe occasional appearance of guesf speakers. Those who addressed fhe club during fhe pasf year were Dean P. M. Baldwin and Professor 6. Glea- son of Sfafe Qollege, and Professor R. l-l. Olmsfead of Texas College of Mines. The following members of l.'Esprir Francais held office fhe second semesfer: Margarof l-lorfon, acfing presidenf: Sylva Bricker, secrefary- freasurerg Marvin Raney, sergeanfq Corabelle Boufz, musician. Barbara Green, James Resley, Patricia Lugibihl, Marvin Rainey, Jean McDowell, Margaret Horton, Alma Huber, Elmira Wallace, Kathleen Kelly, Lena Ruth McClellan, Eleanor Herndon, Marie Lusk, Eleanor Medler, Roy Goddard, Daniel Botkin, May Adair, C-orabelle Boutz, Stella Baker, Ruth Brunell, Mary Jo Lancaster, Sylva Bricker, John Wilson, Martha Brojok, Kate Brook, Dr. C. A. Tyre, Miss M. C. Hammes ' i 1 f lvfillllltllfilllzff if ages dgicavos 1 , 1, I , 1 AVP fl i S L 6 r l 5 flqxh emi A A r M' if an 2 , L 4311+ L is 5, AF A .X Haney, Bricker, M. Lusk, Boutz, Phillips, Lugibihl Shriner, Hindi, Denton, Romiv, Pacheco, Williams D Resley, Squires, Lewis, Lopez, Soto, Adair MARVIN RANEY SYLVIA BRICKER President Vice-President MARIE LUSK DR. TYRE Secretary-Treasurer S pon.sor Los Picaros was organized in i935 and ado'pTed iTs preseni name This year. IT has Tor iTs purpose The sTudy oi The language, cusToms, and civilizaTion oi The Spanish speaking peoples. The club is aTTiliaTed wiTh El lnsTiTuTo de las Espanas, a naTional organizaTion wiTh headqauriers in New York CiTy. Each year, in April, an essay conTesT is held, and a cerTiTicaTe and medal are awarded To The auThor oT The The besT essay on CervanTes, Spain's greaT liTer- ary Tigure, who died in April, lolo. During every ChrisTmas season, There is a ioinT parTy wiTh l.'EspriT Francais. The lasT meeTing oT each year is a ban- gueT honoring graduaiing language maiors. Programs are arranged by sTu- denTs, wiTh many sTudenTs parTicipaT- ing. Several very inTeresTing spealcers were heard during This year. Under The sponsorship oi Dr. and lvlrs. C. A. Tyre, excursions were made Trom Time To Time. l.asT Tall The mem- bers visiTed The planT oi El ConTinenTal, Spanish newspaper in El Paso. ln The spring several aTTended a Spanish play given by The l.iTTle TheaTre in El Paso. l l May Adair, Luis Amador, Corabelle Boutz, 'Sylva Bricker, Juanita Denton, Samia Hindi, Kathleen Kelly, Freclrica Lewis, Esperanza Lopez, Patricia Lugibihl, Marie Lusk, Elaine McCullough, John Pacheco, Phillis Phillips, James Rcsley, Marvin Raney, Margaret Romig, Mary Lou Shriner, Richard Squires, Virginia Williams, Isabel Soto 1 l l l if Ike music C2luLs Gustafson, Jasper, Morper Foster, Horton, Huber, WilSOI1 Denton, Poe, Lancaster, Brunell The college chorus, insTead oT being one large group, has been divided inTo Three smaller secTions. Since These were organized recenTly They have made only a Tew public appearances. The TirsT oT These smaller secTions is The girl's Trio, which consisTs oT Rachel Poe, soprano, RuTh Beauchamp, second soprano, and lviargareT I-lorTon, alTo. This Trio sang aT The STaTe Teacher's meeTing in Albuquerque, and aT The BaccalaureaTe services. AnoTher group is The male guarTeTTe. OaTher lvlorper is The TirsT Tenor, Jules Van Dersarl, second Tenor, BuTord Jas- per, TirsT bass, and Henry GusTaTson, second bass. The guarTeTTe has made several recordings which were used over KOB broadcasTing sTaTion. Also, The Tour sang aT The commencemenT exercises. The Third division is The Madrigal club, consisTing oT The Tollowing sing-A ers: Rachel Poe, soprano, RuTh Beau'- champ, second soprano, lvlargareT l-lor- Ton, alTo, Mr. Carl Jacobs, Tenor, and L. E. FosTer, bass. This group also sang aT The commencemenT exercises. These Three divisions are under The direcTion oT Miss Erliss Brooks, and Mr. Carl Jacobs oT The music deparTmenT. WiTh This year's experience behind Them. They are planning an inTeresTing and exTensive program Tor The ensuing year. ggufevnat-Canal e elpst-ions fr -ff' McGuire, Raney, Boutz, Behimer, Adair Dykstra, Resley, Zimmerman, Reid, Botkin P. M. MCGUIRE President OATHER MORPER Treasurer During The year I937-38 The STaTe College chapTer oT The lnTernaTional RelaTions Club, sponsored by Dean P. M. Baldwin, has acTively lcepT abreasT oT The TurbulenT Times Throughoulr The world, by addresses and sTudenT dis- cussions. GuesT speakers during The year were Miss ConsTanc:e SuTherland. LT. Col. Allen FleTcher, Dr. R. E. Mc- Bride, Mrs. Ona BUTTS. and Col. A. W. ChilTon. The Club meT bi-monThly, on The sec- MARVIN RANEY Vice-President CORABELLE Boufrz Secretary ond and TourTh Thursdays, and general round Table parleys generally conclud- ed The meeTings. Several members oT The Club aTTend- ed The New Mexico-WesT Texas Reg- ional ConTerence, which was held in Roswell March I8 and l9. where Marvin Raney presenTed a paper on "NeuTral- iTy, CooperaTion, and lsolaTion", and Earl Zimmerman Talked on "The Far- EasTern SiTuaTion". , l l Ci ', i 'J' l Club f T 1 Ike mwmnn . -H-A .-. - PABLO ROYBAL President . . -v- i, -.,. . , -.g4b:4Jvg1..-.li - .. - - ., ,- . .. 4 .-,VA , .- , 53, f 4 --T ar-'fi ,,, . we Sl-rf--,.'f' 'lg -Tiff HELEN ANDERSON Vice-President GEORGE SMITH Secretzzry-Treasurer In I93O The Newman Club was Tounded aT STaTe College Tor The pur- pose oT promoTing boTh ChrisTian and social liTe among The CaTholic sTudenTs on The campus. IT is named aTTer Cardinal Newman and is similar To The oTher Newman Clubs organized in col- leges and universiTies ThroughouT The UniTed STaTes. The local chapTer is a member oT The NaTional FederaTion oT College CaTholic clubs. CaTholic duTies are sTressed in The club and The mem- l i i 'nnflri rl mln iffrlxll . , .J .. . K., J bers receive The SacramenT in a body aT leasT once a semesTer. The Newman Club has experienced much growTh and accomplishmenT in acTiviTies This year under The able as-- sisTance oT Rev. FaTher I-l. D. Buchanan OT ST. C'enevieve's Parish in Las Cruces. OTTicers are elecTed each semesTer. The oTTicers Tor The TirsT semesTer were PeTe lvlocho, president Joe Yurcic. vice presidenT1 Mona Considine, sec- reTary and John Bonomo, Treasurer. ages Czoncluisfaboves KIKO NIARTINEZ President ERNEST CHAVEZ Secretary Los ConquisTadores, a Spanish- American club, was organized on This campus aboul a year ago. AT The presenT Time There are approximaTely one hundred members. The main aims and purposes oT This organizaTion' are To enable The members To more easily become acquainTed wiTh oTher sTudenTs on The campus., parTicipaTe in inTra- mural games, and To have social gaTh- erings. During The year The members have ELF11: APODOCA Vice President ERNEST SANCHEZ Treasurer had several dances and parTies. They have Taken an acTive inTeresT in all in- Tramural aThleTics and have had excel- lenT represenTaTion in oTher exTra-cur- ricula acTiviTies. ln Their TirsT year, Los ConquisTa- dores have gained The recogniTion of The oTher organizaTions on The campus. Prexy MarTinez sTaTes ThaT an exTensive program is planned Tor The ensuing year. i alll i gart-ist' fgfubenf Union MARVIN Kocmn DURWARD TROLLINGER EVELYN GUSTAFSON Presirlent lst Vice President FRED KAYS 2nd Vice Presidents PIELEN ARCHER JOHNNIE NORRIS OATHER MORPER 3rd Vice President Treasurer Reporler ELVA TUMLINSON DOROTHY DYKEs Clmristcr Secretary Sponsors: MR. AND MRS. E. TC. HOLLINGER AND Mn. AND MRS. J. W. RIGNEY The BapTisT STudenT Union oT STaTe College is a parT oi The largesT religious movemenT ever underiralcen among col- lege sTudenTs. The B. S. U. was or- ganized Tor The purpose oT developing religious and social liTe on The cam- puses oT The SouTh. lTs aim is To im- press upon The minds oi college sTu- denTs The imporTance oT including spiriTual developmenT in a well rounded educaTion, and serves as The connecT- ing link l:neTween The campus and churches. The local union was organized in l932 and has enjoyed an increasing enrollmenr since ThaT Time. I LasT June, The union senT Two repre- 4 '-.i'- " senTaTives To Ridgecrest NorTh Caro- lima, To The annual reTreaT. More Than I,25O sTudenTs aTTended This meeTing. IT sponsored an inTormaTion Table dur- ing regisTraTion and held a mixer Tor The sTudenTs, wiTh 250 aTTending. A carroling parTy was enioyed beTore school was dismissed Tor The holidays. The union holds loi-monThly meeTings aT The home oT Mr. and Mrs. E. C. l-lollinger. holds a morning prayer meeT- ing on school days, and has several socials during The year. ln Novemloer. The STaTe B. S. U. ConvenTion was held in Las Cruces wiTh ISO sTudenTs aTTend- ing Trom The various campuses in The sTaTe. foclt lgub5Inq Team Hudson, Easley, Norris, Caviness, Duvall, Mocho, Neale The sloclc judging leam enlered com- pelilion al Forl Worlh wilh lourleen olher reams represenling colleges from lhe wesl and middle-wesl. This con- lesl is lhe second largesl compelilive sloclc judging meer held in lhe Uniled Slales. This leam placed fourlh in The judg- ing ol all classes ol livesloclc, lirsl on beef callle, and lhird on horses and mules. Glynden Easely lied for lirsl place in judging beef callle. Only juniors and seniors enrolled in lhe ad- vanced slock judging class are eligible lo become members ol The Team. This year lhe leam Traveled 2,000 miles when lhey allencled The Nalional Weslern Livesloclc show. They visiled a number of large liveslock ranches, 'rhe Universily of Wyoming and lhe Colo- rado Agricullural College. On lhe lrip lo Forl Worlh. slops for judging were made al Clovis, New Mexico, Amarillo, Texas and Texas Technolog- ical College al' Lubbock, Texas. Compelilion Tor lhe leam is slronger each year and 'rhe ream members feel lhai lhe experience gained in judging liveslock. combined wilh seeing 'rhe besl s+ocl4 in lhe counly, is one of lhe mosl worlhwhile experiences of lheir college courses. A lwimrl c P. Hudson, Luna, Easley, Norris, Pfingsten, Bailey, Welsh, Bonomo, Roy Henderson, W. Harris, Johnson, E. Zimmerman, Cusenbary, Moon, Pittard, M. Jones, Mocho Wingfield, Moss, Farrell, H. Jones, Roybal, White, Doyal, T. Hudson, Radcliff FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS PAUL HUDSON LAMAR LUNA CLYNDON EASLEY JONATHAN NORRIS Presirlent Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Reporter FLOYD BA.1I.EY FRED PFINGSTEN ROBERT MELCHER Sturlent Critic Sergeant-at-A rms F acuity Advisor . The Ag Club. oldesT sTudenT agri- culTural organizaTion in The sTaTe oT New Mexico, was organized in Novem- ber, I905. The purpose OT The Ag Club is To encourage and promoTe all inTeresTs in connecTion wiTh agriculTure and Tarm liTe, and To give Tinancial aid To deserving sTudenTs. Every year The proceeds from The Ag Bawl go inTo' a loan Tund which is available To iuniors and seniors in The School oT Agri- culTure. OTher acTiviTies oT The Ag Club are The Ag Open House, The ioinT banqueir i 1 i l viirjlgiql 2.1-igliimzi , wiTh The sTaTe FuTure Farmers oT Amer ica, which includes The presenTaTion oi a medal To The highesT' ranking EuTure Farmer in The sTaTe iudging conTesT aT STaTe College, and joinT enTerTainmenTs wiTh The Engineers and l-lome Econom- ics Clubs. The club also ediTs one edi- Tion oT The Round-Up every year. ln- TeresTing Tallcs and educaTionaI picTures are presenTed aT every bi-monThly meeTing. The club owes much oT iTs accom- plishmenT This year To ProTessor Roberl lvlelcher, Their TaculTy sponsor. U45 cm, W A 3' 0 .I 'F Downing, Earp, Utterback, Yarbrough, Bason, Howell, Hale, Kaplan, Menefce N. T. Jones, Young, Wilkerson, P. Harris, Everett, Garner, Dozier, F. Miller, Christ Parker, Jackson, Hall, Koger, L. Miller, Duvall, Chavez, Palm, Andrus SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS FLOYD BAILEY SAM WELSH JOHN BONOMO BERT ROY President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Reporter A JOE RICHARDS ALTON MENEFEE ROBERT MELCHER Sergeant-at-A rms Student Critic Faculty Advisor JOHNNY NORRIS JIM HALE FRED PFINGSTEN ROBERT EARP DOAK BIRD CARL RADCLIFF ALTON MENEEEE OREN W INGFIELD A. J. GARNER MARVIN KOGER J. B. YOUNG AARON PARKER GLYNDEN EASLEY PAUL HUDSON SAM WELSH PETE MOOHO LEO EMINCER LESTER MCCASLA CECIL MOON TOM HUDSON ND N. T. JONES LAWRENCE JOLLY FLOYD FARRELL HARBOUR JONES FLOYD BAILEY FRED MILLER DAN CUSENBARY SIDNEY JOHNSON ROBERT WHITE LEROY MILLER ELVIN CHRIST - OREN DOWNING KENNETH EVERE HARRIS HOWELL J OE JACKSON TT V ARNIE YARBROUGH FLETCHER HALL I EARL ZIMMERMAN JOHN BONOMO HENRY PALM TAD HENDERSON GEORGE KAPLAN BYRON BEAL RAYMON BASON J. R. -CHAvEz WESLEY D. HARRIS PRENTICE HARRIS WALTER MILLER STENSON ANDRUS MELVIN JONES STANLEY UTTERBACK J. T. BARNETT JAMES WILKERSON LESLIE FISH FOSTER ZIMMERMAN DAVID DOZIER KENNETH ANDERSON LAMAR LUNA ' PABLO ROYBAL J. M. MOSS WILLIAM PITTARD BERT ROY FLOYD DOYAL RUSSELL DUVALL JOE RICHARDS OLEN CAVINESS JIM QUESENBERRY PETE CAVINESS IJEIIIO ixi-,fo TILIII-m'lI'f Il mu ll I aivy cgubjinss PIENRY ROGERS I'IUDSON FARRELL BASON Koclzrc ADDINGTOIN The Team represenTing The Aggies in The dairy caTTle iudging conTesT Tor senior agriculTural colleges aT The SouThwesTern ExposiTion and FaT SToclc Show placed TourTh in The conTesT. ln- sTiTuTions wiTh Teams compeTing in The order oT Their rank were Texas A. and M. College, Louisiana STaTe UniversiTy, SouThwesTern Louisiana lnsTiTuTe, New Mexico STaTe College, Oklahoma A. l l and M. College, Texas Technological College, and Mississippi A. and M. College. The Team Traveled To ForT WorTh by way oT San AnTonio and College STa- Tion, Texas, spending a day aT The Texas A. and M. College. The Team hopes To Try iTs luclc nexT Tall aT The NaTional Dairy Show aT Columbus, Ohio. 'V I Cgzbaivy dgvobucfs ggub5in5 Team FARRELL KOGER JENTGEN WORRELL CUNNINGHAM The TirsT dairy producTs judging Team To be Trained by The Dairy Husbandry deparTmenT compeTed aT a conTesT Tor senior agriculTural colleges aT ForT WorTh. The Team placed TirsT in The scoring oT markeT milk, second in The conTesT as a whole. and had The high man in milk scoring. ProducTs judged were milk, ice cream, buTTer, and cheese. Plans are already being made To send a Team To The NaTional Con- TesT aT Cleveland in The Tall oT I938. UnTil recenTly. major emphasis in The dairy indusTry has been placed on pro- ducTion wiTh Too liTTle aTTenTion given To ojualiTy oT producTs. Judging OT dairy producTs enables The sTudenT To recognize deTecTs and Their causes, To appreciaTe The value oT a superior pro-- ducf. and To learn The reguisiTes Tor cjualiTy. The commercial grading of dairy producTs, markeT milk inspecTion and conTrol work oTTer a promising field Tor proTicienTly Trained men. Jflfvavaailevsf A ROY GUNTER FLOYD BAILEY President Vice President ALTON MENEFEE Secretary-Treasurer During The school year of l929, sev- eral Animal Husbandry majors organ- ized +he Wranglers' Club for ihe pur- pose of increasing in+eres+ in 'rhe Ani- mal Husbandry Deparimenf. Only up- perclassmen majoring in Jrhal subjecr are eligible for membership. Some of This year's aciiviiies were a picnic a+ ihe College Ranch in honor oi Freshmen Agriculiural srudenrs, Freshman Livesioclc Judging conlesr, in which medals were given by ihe Wranglers' Club +o rhe Jrhree highesl' ranking boys, Chuck Wagon supper, lhe proceeds from which help in send- ing judging 'reams 'ro various shows for compeiifion wi'rh reams from oiher schools. The members are considering Jrhe possibiliiy of aiiilialion wiih ihe Na- Jrional Animal. Husbandry Club, The Block and Bridle Club. To Mr. J. H. Knox, head oi The De- parimenf of Animal Husbandry, and Mr. P. E. 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"Jus+ Like Home" MEET ME AT PULLMAN CAFE PHONE 4I8 LAS CRUCES NELSON'S AMBULANCE SERVICE LAS CRUCES PHONE I66 Underwood Masfer has every+I1ing if 'fakes +o be a gradua+e of a beH'er Class of Iypewriiers No wonder +I1e Masrer has been crowned KING Underword Porrables are +I1e Class of +I1e Campus a'r every CoIIege To every Graduaie we wish I'I1a1' years 'Io come may bring happiness and success UNDERWOOD ELLIOT FISI-IERCO. 405 Texas S+ree'I EL PASO, TEXAS Page Jrwo hundred Ihiriy-Tour DII.IIISlQl?..QISQ,SE.I5Y COMPLETE LINE OF " BAKED GOODS FRESH DAILY FROM OUR ovENs TO You SCI-I EN ICS N. Main Phone I I4 Las Cruces, N. M. GRAI-IAM IVIORTUARY AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE I75 I06 N. CHURCH ST. QQPRESENTING THE LATEST IN SHOES FOR CAMPUS AND DRESS ,,'-A tzl FIorsI1eim's, Times Squares -..:Aa 3 X N .5193 WorI'I'1In +on's for men DarIenes ,f. N g I -I.. . , I .,,. ..I.f.. x .,.-,.,..' I .-,I . , - .nd - 35315 'Ji ' NaIuraIszers for Iadles GIVEN BRQTMERJ I f5'f" ' '- ' LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO JUDGE THE PRODUCT BY THE COMPANY BEHIND IT RIO GRANDE MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLET - OLDSMOBILE LAS CRUCES, N. M. PHONE I23 Page Iwo hundred Hfuirfy-five F I LAS CRUCES, N. M. HOT SPRINGS - PORTALES - ROSWELL - CARLSBAD HOBBS ii Milk S4 Velvel' Ice Cream :li Buffermillc ik Buffer A COMPLETE LINE OE: T'-'E WNE AND 0 n SMELTER SUPPLY Q Alhlehc Equlpmeni' G ' E ' + . ymnaslum qulpmen Mechanical - Elecirical - Chemical R. s. BEARD, Mgr. Q Office Furnifure Q School Furnifure Q School Supplies El Paso- Texas s L k 9 lee' oc ers HAMMOND ORGANS STEINWAY Ancl Oiher Good Pianos Q Sforage Cabinels SPORT SuOP NEW MEXICO SCHOOL SUPPLY nl N5 Texas Sl' COMPANY X Esl' cl. 4I Years 205 W. Copper ' ' ' ALBUQUERQUE' N- M- EL PASO PIANO CO. Page lwo hundred Jrhirly-six COOL SMART CLOTI-IES FOR SUMMER WEAR .-24" 91 M W lf Q Q ' X f .1: 1: N 5 K!! W I STYLED FOR YOUNG MEN 33I7.5O 522.50 Tl-IE WI-IITE I-IOUSE OF LAS CRUCES EISILZEIACIV OHM SM19 EIHJ. WOEH M18 GNV IEISIM 39 SEIISOV Om mo 2'-P' ,hz- Om W7 Km o:- cm 13 SE gm +o. 'ns mi-Q 3-5 '+' 33' gm 3-'E .KD DI -O' 22 0+ IO m-h 40 CD Q: "I 229' 5 oJ, 5 .ugepad 5ugLH,AuV d EIGNVMD OIZI of-1 -I Punq am Wm K3 ou O 2- S: Q' 2 'FS rn 9, I" '50 ll? 'o Page Two hundred Hwiriy-seven ROBERT MCICEE GENERAL CONTRACTOR CONSTRUCTION ENGINEER EI Paso, Texas Los Angeles, California PROVIDENCE HOSPITAL comer upson and sam. Fe EL PASO, TEXAS I One of The finesf and besI' arranged in The Sou'rhwes'I' Being supervised by The Ieading physicians of EI Paso, The besi' surgical and medical aH'enI'ion is assured. The operaTing room is a special feafure, having The mosi' modern equpimeni LOCATION:-One bIock from Public Library and Park. Five minu'res from business cenI'er. Eye, Ear, Nose, and ThroaI' Deparfmenf in charge of DRS. SCHUSTER ' 81 SCH USTER All Graduafe Nurses in A'r'Iendance J. M. PHILLIPS P. O. Box 629 Phone 46 Se""Ce S'fa+'0'1 OIL LAS CRUCES FURNITURE Co. CONOCO GAS AND COMPLETE EURNISHERS OF GOODYEAR TIRES AND TUBES , HAPPY HOMES Experf Lubricafion I Phone I08-J "Cash if you have iT, Credh' if you wish" Corner Main and Bowman Las Cruces, N. M. LAS CRUCES, N. M. Page Two hundred Thirfy-eighT n the Farm, or in the City-- . Where sfrengfh, durabilify and permanence in building are desired, use concreie-ihe s'l'one 'rhar can be molded. Whelher consfrucfion be plain or ornamenral, a fhousand and one uses for concrefe presen'r fhemselves. In 'rhe sou'I'hwes+ El Toro Porfland Cemenf has been +he siandard for years-has played an imporfanl' parr in 'rhe modernizaiion of highways, farms and ciiies. Whenever and whafever you build, specify El Toro. nSOLIll'lWQSlQPl'l DOPllOnCJ C:QlTlQl'Il CO. EL PASO, TEXAS Makers of EL TORO PORTLAND CEMENT EL TORO RICHMORTAR Where you will always 'Find 'l'he lafesi fashions in misses' and women's ap- parrel prices. WHETHER YOU HUNT WITH GUN OR CAMERA - - - The southwest's leading sport- ing goods store can supply your every need. See us for both in- door and outdoor sports equip- ment of all kinds. DON Tl-IOMPSON, INC. BasseH Tower El Paso, Texas l:RANl4LIN'S 209 N. MESA AVENUE EL PASO. TEXAS al fhe m-o-s-'r modera+e of li Page Two hundred ihirly-nine ROBERT PORTER ff .fONJ', INC. Lumber and Building Supplies LAS CRUCES AND HATCH, NEW MEXICO WE DOFF OUR HAT TO THE I938 AGGIE C-BRADS Mesilla Valleg Electric C0 QQ "V Fx i L Anihony, Ha+cl1, Hillsboro, Z "' ""' Las Cruces, New Mexico CIC-BARS CIGARETTES TDETQ JRQJEO CAFE REAL HOME COOKING l30-32 S. MAIN ST. LAS CRUCES, N. M. Page +wo hundred foriy IN COLLEGE, OR AFTER - - - MISSION THEATRE Convenieni' You'11 always find a cordial wel- come at the Del Norte, E1 Paso's Comfortable finest Air-Conditioned Hotel. And En.I,er+ainmen+ no matter to which of the four corners of the earth you may roam, you'11 find the good food and the comfortable accommodations of the Del Norte ready for you when you come again to E1 P 0. MESILLA PARK I-IOTEL BASON GINS PASO DEL NORTE EL PASO, TEXAS BETTER Paul Harvey, Exec. Vice-Pres. COMPLIMENTS OF -I-I-IE COLLEGE CAN-TEEN WHERE STUDENTS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME LAI CRUCEI DRUG COMPANY SAVE WITH SAFETY AT YOUR REXALL STORE PHONE 2I THE REXALL STORE LAS CRU CES, N. M. Page Iwo hundred forty-one WARREN LUMBER G' PAINT CO. Lumber, Building Maferials and Sherwin Williams Painfs PHONE 29 GRIG-GS AND WATER STREETS Guarantee Shoe Co. . Jarman . Q Friendly Five ' Winfhrop Shoes .IOI-INS NEWS STAND Magazines and Newspapers Cigars, Cigare++es and Tobaccos MRS. E. T. JOHNS, Prop. Las Cruces, N. M. VALLEY PRODUCTS COMPANY WHOLESALE Tobacco - Cigare'H'es - Candy PHONE 99 STATE COLLEGE BUS LINE W. E. WHITFIELD Q Edwin Clapp Shoes . EL PASO'S OLDEST AND FINEST PHONE 25'-J 220 N. 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