North Dakota State University - Bison Yearbook (Fargo, ND)
- Class of 1937
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THE BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS CONTROL
To the students on this campus
and to their ambitions and idealsg
that they may find their realization
in the future on the greater cam'
puses that lie without these gates.
Through the pages of this book,
we are portraying the lile of the
student in the classroom and in
campus activities. May this record
add permanence to our memories
of North Dakota State College
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A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON TIME
AN UPWARD GLANCE
AT MEN'S DORM
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WHERE SENIOR WOMEN SPECIALIZE
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A STUDY IN ARCHITECTURE
Arthur E. Thompson Theodore Martell
R. M. Rishworth Mrs. Jennie Ulsrud J. D. Harris
Board oi Administration
The Board of Administration handles all of the business which was
formerly divided among the Board of Trustees, Board of Control, and
Board of Regents. One important function the board has is to go before
the State Budget Board to outline the needs of the North Dakota Agri-
cultural College, University of North Dakota and other state institutions.
The business handled by the board includes distribution of appropriations
and compilations of resources, State appropriations, fees and earnings of
the institutions, interest and income from lands and amount paid by
J. H. SHEPPERD
Prexy Taking Advantage of
Dime Day, Has His Shoes Shin-
ed by Ethel Olson
THE BISON, as mascot of the College is the symbol for your yearbook.
It is Well to emulate the success attained by this vigorous, aggressive native
of the Plains and Prairie.
The accomplishments of the Bison in competing with its neighbors and in meet-
ing the vicissitudes of a rigorous climate are outstanding, and the student who is stim-
ulated by the practices of this denizen of the prairie is assured of success in life.
The athlete, the musician, the playright, the public speaker, the artist and the
columnist of the student body emulate the example of the Bison by stepping forth as
effective, organized groups to meet the institutionls Challengers. Clever, courageous
leaders were developed by competition between members of the Bison herd, which
corresponds to the intramural meets between representatives of student organizations
Within the student body.
This College Yearbook which bears the name of our mascot offers an outstand-
ing challenge and opportunity to each succeeding group of upper-classmen to excel
the accomplishments of their predecessors. The results of the Yearbook are creditable
and stimulating and the Bison simile unique.
J. H. SHEPPERD, PRESIDENT.
A. H. PARROTT S. W. HAGAN
Has it ever occurred to you to think of the little yellow class card that your in-
structor holds for you in the same way that you think of the little green slips of cur-
rency that the government issues? Yet, if the average student spends S350 a year on
school expenses and at the end of the year accumulates 50 "credits," each credit to
be finally recorded represents S7 and each card represents from 37, 3314, 51521, etc., up
to occasionally 25105. Each year in this way more than a half-a-million of academic
currency is added to the many millions previously accumulated and stored in the vault
of the registraris office during the 48 years of the life of this college.
Nor is that the only significance of the registrar's office. In that same vault is
a file that contains for each student an envelope in which is stored records of his
social and economic origins, his high school record and the recommendations of his high
school principal, and any special action taken by Council committees, and all creden-
tials and recommendations that have been prepared for him.
Registrar Parrott is also chairman of the following significant Council commit-
tees: Catalog and Circulars, Curriculum, Eligibility to Public Activities, Freshman Ori-
entation, Interfraternity Council, Student Activities, Student Attendance and Student
Having little contact with the Secretary's office, the average student may won-
der how it justifies its existence. Students on NYA would be the first to proclaim in its
behalf for that is the place they draw their wages. In fact, all money goes through
The secretary is the custodian of all college property and the purchasing agent for
the school. Funds from the government for the military and agriculture departments
-extension, experiment stations, and school proper-fare sent here. He authorizes bills,
student loans, and what is most familiar to all collects student fees.
Dean of Women
Being Dean of Women, Dean Dinan has realized an ambition she had in college,
that of serving as advisor to girls. A large part of her time is devoted to student coun-
seling sought by the students themselves.
When a freshman enters college, she comes in contact with results of Dean Dinan's
Work in the Campus Sister movement and freshmen orientation. Dean Dinan has charge
of living conditions of all girls, a problem which has been difficult because of the limited
As Dean of Women, she is advisor to the Women's Senate, Senior Staff, and Pan-
hellenic Council, she is a member of the student health, student activities, student loan
fund, and social committees. She also has charge of scholarships for students.
Dean of Men
t'The Dean of Men's work is an integral part of the student's development in his
college life." The activities of the Dean center around the general Welfare of the stu-
dent. After considering the individual need of the student, guidance and assistance are
given in personal advice and counsel. Whether the difficulty be housing, health, fi-
nance, scholarship, or social matters, Dean Smith is more than Willing to help solve the
problem. ln short, he assists in coordinating all influences and activities of college
DEAN SMITH DEAN DINAN
Meetinfv of the College Council -- Registrar Parrott, presiding
The college council, meeting the third Thursday of each month of the
college year, determines questions of educational policy and makes rules
and regulations to promote the educational interests of the college. The
members of the council are:
J. H. Shepperd
A. H. Parrott
R. M. Dolve
A. E. Minard
I. W. Smith
H. L. Walster
L. L. Carrick
W. F. Sudro
P. J. Olson
A. G. Arvold
O. A. Barton
F. W. Christensen
O. O. Churchill
J. R. Dice
J. D. Easton
M. B. Erickson
C. C. Finnegan
H. C. Hanson
F. C. Householder
W. C. Hunter
H. B. Huntoon
P. J. Iverson
E. H. Jones
H. F. McColly
C. E. Miller
J. A. Munro
C. I. Nelson
C. S. Putnam
L. M. Roderick
H. S. Rush
R. H. Slocum
E. T. Smith
C. L. Swisher
E. J. Thompson
E. H. Tyner
C. B. Waldron
A. D. Whedon
A. F. Yeager
F. J. Brindley
L. H. Hartwell
E. A. Helgeson
B. V. McCaul
O. A. Stevens
C. J. Sunde
W. R. Wenger
H. E. Wirth
The North Dakota
"Plot 30 at the North Dakota
Agricultural Experiment Station,
where Bolley and his associates
did their work on disease resis-
tance, is perhaps as important in
human affairs as any historic bat-
tlefield. Its function, however,
has been the saving, not the de-
struction, of man's resources."
The North Dakota Experiment
Station has a notable record of
achievement. The following are
outstanding cases contributing to
l. The discovery of the cause of Flax Wilt and the solution of the problem of
its control. This bit of research actually saved the flax crop for the United States.
2. Many varieties of crops whose merit is recognized both nationally and inter-
nationally were originated by breeding or selection at this station. Examples are:
tal Field crops: NDR 52, NDR 114, Bison, Buda, and Linota flax, Ceres wheat, Da-
kota rye, and Rainbow oats. Qbj Fruit and vegetable crops: Bison and Red River
tomatoesg Golden Gem and Sunshine sweet corn, Buttercup squashg Pixwell goose-
berryg and many others.
3. Pioneer research in the following animal diseases: Cal Avian tuberculosis.
A positive dependable diagnostic test now used the world over was developed by this
station. The transmissibility of this disease and source of infection and the relation
to tuberculosis in other domestic animals was worked out. Cbj Sweet Clover Disease.
The nature and cause of this peculiar malady were established.
4. Pure food standards and
laws: The late E. F. Ladd, follow-
ing exposure of many food frauds,
worked out pure food regulations
that commanded international at-
Stuclying Digestion Through ct Window In a Cow teption
5. Moisture conservation.
6. Important contributions
to knowledge of genetics of crops.
These typical cases demon-
strate that the Experiment Station
is not only attacking the tempo-
rary and superficial problems of
agriculture, but is devoting itself
to working out fundamental laws
and principles that are basic to
the larger problems.
T. VV. THORDARSON
The 1935 legislature passed a law, and the 1937 session increased
the appropriation, providing for free individual instruction, called Super-
vised Correspondence Courses, for three classes of students:
1. For boys and girls who live in the country and
who cannot attend regular high schools.
2. For invalids who are unable to attend school
3. For pupils who are enrolled in regular high
schools but cannot take certain subjects in
The intention of this law is to bring high school education closer
to the homes of pupils who cannot afford to go to town to make use of the
organized high school system. Farm boys and girls are allowed to con-
tinue their education by attending their rural schools where they may
study high school subjects by correspondence.
Another purpose of the law is to provide high school opportunities
for disabled children while they are unable to leave their homes or
The law also recognizes the fact that there are many small high
schools that cannot afford to offer a wide variety of subjects.
Through this educational setup it is possible to develop a very large
number of high school subjects, including specialized vocational and in-
dustrial subjects, because the State Correspondence Study Center located
at the North Dakota Agricultural College has the whole state to serve
rather than one school. To illustrate: in one school a single student may
want to take up Solid Geometry, in another school a single student may
want to take Latin, and somewhere else one student may desire to take
Art. In another place a boy may want to take a course in Agriculture,
Gas Engines, or Typewriter Repairing.
NORTH DAKOTA PEOPLE
In every one of these schools it would be too expensive to organize
a separate class for one or two students, but through the State Corre-
spondence Study project, the cost is the same whether there is one or one
hundred students enrolled from the same school. Enrollments from dif-
ferent localities in one subject will soon constitute a large number of
students in a particular subject.
The North Dakotay Agricultural College is the home of this new
development in secondary education. A staff of over 25 experts comprise
the faculty of the state headquarters. Over 4500 enrollments were re-
ceived during this school year. The records reveal this group to be
splendid, serious-minded scholars with a number of geniuses in the
Through this project it is hoped that the whole secondary educa-
tional system of North Dakota may be improved, and every boy and girl
in the state be given a reasonable and a decent chance to obtain a high
school education irrespective 'of whether they live on a farm, in a small
town, in a city, or in a hospital.
The Division of Correspondence Study and Extension Classes at
the Agricultural College also offers college correspondence courses and
night classes for college credits.
T. W. THoRDARsoN, STATE DIRECTOR
Correspondence College Teachers At Work
MRS. ETHEL IVICVEETY
More than 58,000 books on every conceivable subject are available
for the students at the North Dakota State College. The library grows
at the rate of approximately 1500 volumes annually. More than 7400
volumes of government publications have been deposited in the library by
the United States government in addition to the United States Congres-
sional Record from 1833 to the present time. A complete file of the United
States Department of Agriculture publications as Well as the publications
from the various state experiment stations are received regularly at
Publications from the Carnegie Institution of Washington and the
reports from the Smithsonian Institution and the United States National
Museum are received as gifts. The books of the International Relations
Club add greatly to the material on current economic and social problems.
The present library building was erected in 1905 to serve an enroll-
ment of 300 students. Every conceivable foot of space has to be utilized
to serve the 1937 enrollment of 1500 students.
During the 1935 leave of absence of Miss Harriet Pearson, assistant
librarian and instructor in Library Methods, and with her subsequent
resignation in 1936, Miss Sarah Olson was advanced to the position of
assistant librarian while still retaining her position as cataloger. Miss
Angelin Tesdel is now the instructor in the Library Methods course which
aims to give the students guidance in the use of library facilities.
The library is at the service of the students, not only for required
reading, but also as an ideal place to browse for pleasure reading.
DR. WALTER LEE AIRHEART
Fargo School oi Religious Education
During the last six years sixty percent of each class graduating
from the North Dakota Agricultural College has taken part of their Work
accredited toward graduation in the School of Religious Education.
This year a new building was completed and religion is now being
taught in a modern brick building facing Ceres Hall.
Dr. Walter Lee Airheart, the director of the school, has been in
charge since its establishment by Wesley College in 1921. Holding the
following advanced degrees, M.A. from Wesley College, B.D. from Garret,
Ph.D. from the University of North Dakota, and the honorary degree
of D.D. from Wesley College, Dr. Airheart is thoroughly trained for this
The purpose of the school is to interpret the fundamentals of
religion in terms readily understood by the college student so as to
preserve the religious values which the experiences of our fathers have
proved to be true values. The Work is based on grounds common to
all types of faith represented in the student body and in keeping with
a common purpose.
Th e Publications Depart-
ment is the outlet of the
College which conveys to
people of the state the bene-
fits of educational and eX-
perimental research W 0 r k
being done by the institu-
tion. By maintaining close
cooperation with newspapers
and radio stations this de-
partment has regular and
effective means of reaching
residents in all parts of the state with news and information.
W. C. PALMER
Newspaper publicity, radio programs, bulletins and circulars, and
visual material prepared and distributed by the Publications Depart-
ment multiplies the results of the Work being done by the College, and
increases the recognition the institution earns for practical service.
The department maintains a regular news service for the dissemi-
nation of news and information to all newspapers in North Dakota and
to all of the principal newspapers in this region. All activities of the
College are covered, even down to furnishing folks back home with
news on individual student activities.
Radio programs are presented by the College over every radio
station in tne state. These include programs daily direct from the de-
partment over the two main stations. Direct leased wire is maintained
from the campus to permit broadcast of news, information and student
activities. An electrical transcribing system enables the department to
furnish interesting and effective radio programs to these stations.
Bulletins, circulars and other printed materials are prepared and
released by the Publications Department. Thousands of such publica-
tions are issued annually.
Visual material such as
films and slides are assem-
bled and released to organi-
zations and individuals.
Many of the most im-
portant public relations of
the College are conducted by
the Publications Department,
and it is thru such activities
as mentioned, and others,
that the College is continu-
ing to stand high in point
of service to the people of
DR. WILLIAM STAFNE
During the year 1935-1936 only 29 out of 1500 students were ill
with contagious diseases. These figures, alone, show the efficiency of
the health office on the North Dakota State College Campus.
A record of this kind is only possible when there is cooperation
between the students and the health authorities. The college doctor
and nurse made 308 visits and vaccinated 389 persons during the year
Besides administering to the sick and giving vaccinations the
physician and nurse give special blood tests, tuberculin tests, and take
throat cultures. In this Work they are aided by the bacteriology de-
Organized medical supervision is carried on by a board composed
of Dean Dinan, Dean Smith, Professors C. I. Nelson, C. C. Finnegan,
A. D. Whedon, Dr. William Stafne, and the school nurse.
Miss Esther Wendland, for-
mer nurse, a s sis tin g with
typhoid inocuiations f 0 1' t li e
it WOMEN'S RESIDENCE
Ceres Hall, besides hous-
ing the Home Economics De-
partment, is the dormitory
for 82 girls.
Miss Geraldine Ewald is
the social director and co-
operates With Dean Dinan in
supervising the girls.
T h e self - government
GERALDINE EWALD SySt91'T1 is CO1"I1pOSQd of H
council of 2 girls from each
corridor. lnflicting penalties for broken rules, arranging dormitory
dinners and parties are some of the activities of the council.
Student proctors maintain order in the halls during quiet hours.
Miss Ewald grants permission for overnight and Weekend leaves,
inspects rooms weekly, and advises the council.
The girls entertain their friends in the parlors Where there are
ping-pong tables, or in the kitchenettes for fudge or hot chocolate.
There is also a guest room which may be reserved at any time for
friends of the girls who live in the Hall.
At the present time about 200 students live in the large modern
Men's Residence Hall, which was erected to accommodate the increased
enrollment at the NDAC.
The administration consists of Mr. Rudolf Otterson, supervisor,
Gladys VVard, secretary, and a student council of 2 members elected
from each of the seven sec-
tions. Five proctors, upper-
class students, have charge
of halls and discipline dur-
ing the evening.
Two lounges on the
main floor are at the stu-
dents' disposal, one for social
use and one for study.
In the basement there
are l2 kitchens, Where stu-
dents may board themselves,
and a commissary.
Mrs. Psyche M. Gooden
is in charge of the Student
Employment Bureau which
Was established in 1928. Many
positions are offered the stu-
dents. These Vary from
requests for artists' models
to furnace boys. This bureau
is one of a few found in this PSYCHE M. GOODEN
part of the country.
NATIONAL YOUTH ADMINISTRATION
The Federal Government has enabled the North Dakota Agricul-
tural College to extend financial aid to Worthy and needy students
under the National Youth Administration. In extending this coopera-
tion to the institution, the government requires that the institution shall
create new employment-that is, establish Work that has not hitherto
regularly been done on the campus. For this Work the institution must
pay at the rate of 30 cents per hour, not to exceed 8 hours any one day
nor 50 hours in any one month.
Mr. C. A. Sevrinson is director of the N. Y. A. service on the cam-
pus, and Dean Pearl Dinan handles the employment for the girls. The
jobs range from ordinary manual labor to secretarial positions, green-
house and laboratory assistants.
C. A. SEVRINSON
Bob Saunders, President of the Student Com-
mission, umpires faculty-senior soft
ball game on all-college day
Representing the student body of the North Dakota
Agricultural College, the Student Commission is the govern-
ing and legislative body. The Commissioners serve the in-
terests of the students by supervising public speaking activ-
ities supported by student funds, Student Court, elections,
social affairs, publications, enforcement of laws, athletics,
and finances of Commission funds.
The Commission sponsors Home Coming and added a
dinner to the festivities this year. All-college hops are
under its direction, one being given each term. The Com-
mission also cooperates in the all-college day festivities,
which end with an all-college hop.
The Commission enforces traffic ordinances and aids in
beautifying the campus.
Elcer-en Ward Hogoboom Frisk Saunders Plath Brandes Sherwood
The Student Commission
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Lennea Frisk .....,..., .7oo,..
Vinton Plath .......
Steve Ward ,,ee,,eee
Walter Ekeren .......
Kathryn lVIcEnroe .,..,r,
Commissioner of Social Affairs
..v., .Cornmissioner of Elections
...,,,,,,Commissioner of Athletics
m,..Commissioner of Campus
..,.....Commissioner of Finance
.Commissioner of Judiciary
Mary Sherwood ........ .,r,r...,.r,r,...
Dale Hogoboom ..e,
Commissioner of Public Speaking
.Commissioner of Publications
Finnegan Ward Anderson Boulgcr Dolce Churchill Hullenberg
Board ot Athletic Control
The Board of Athletic Control acts with the Director of Athletics
as an advisory body. In this capacity it decides upon athletic policies
of the Institution for the school year, handles all bills and expenditures
of the departmentg and awards letters to the outstanding athletes. Other
duties of the Board include the disbursement of athletic funds, the rec-
ommendations sent to President Shepperd, and the ratification of the
The voices of the student body, the alumni, the faculty, and the
Athletic Director are all expressed through the Board of Athletic Con-
trol: the personnel of the body consists of three students, two faculty
members, one alumnus, and the Director of Athletics. One of the faculty
men acts as the president of the Board and the other acts in the capacity
Dewey Hogoboom Stenehjem
Board of Forensic Control
With a membership composed of two faculty members and three
student members, the Board of Forensic Control is a student-faculty
committee in charge of all forensic activities on the campus. All Lyceum
numbers, festivals, debates, and declamatory contests are controlled by
The unusually fine Lyceum program for the 1936-1937 season
included Bohumir Kryl Symphony Orchestra, the Jooss European Ballet
presenting the famous '4Green Table," as Well as the "Ballade," "The
Big City," and "A Ball in Old Vienna", Cornelia Otis Skinner, Lawrence
Tibbett, Whose program included Rachmaninoffs mln the Silent Night,"
Maussorgsky's "Death the Commanderf' and "Glory Road", and Tony
Sarg's marionettes in the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta "The Mikado."
Pollock Carr Murphy Bjornson Brandes Wood Thompson Palmer Otterson Ward
Board of Publications Control
During the past year the Board of Publications Control purchased
a fast lens camera which was used for the informal pictures of this
The constitution and by-laws and the contracts of the staff heads
were rewritten in order to simplify and condense the numerous amend-
ments Which had been added to the constitution by the action of the
The Board sponsored trips of staff heads and board members to
the national convention of the American Collegiate Press Association in
Louisville, Kentucky and the North Central Press Association Con-
ference in Vermillion, South Dakota.
The Board of Publications Control consists of six student members
elected by the general student body and three faculty members ap-
pointed by President Shepperd.
The personnel of this year's Board is: Gordon Brandes, Presidentg
Donald Ward, William Murphy, seniorsg Charles Pollock and Roy Carr,
juniorsg and Margaretta Bjornson, sophomore. Miss Matilda Thompson,
Mr. Rudolf Otterson, and Mr. W. C. Palmer are the faculty members.
Gumzaldsen Dinwoodie Meinecke Dolve
Halbeisen Bender Schollancler Cook
Realizing that all former students of this institution have a strong
common bond, the North Dakota State College Alumni and Former
Student's Association was formed. Through this medium admirers of
the Bison spirit are kept in close contact so that the best interests of
Alma Mater may be furthered.
The Alumni Board, through its secretary, is created to serve each
individual, and it is the earnest desire of the parent organization that
those who are now students will upon graduation use this board as a
clearing house for matters pertaining to college and alumni Welfare.
Even more important is that new graduates take an active part in alumni
projects. The Alumni board extends a hearty Welcome to the seniors,
all of Whom will be inducted into graduate ranks during commence-
ment, and Wishes all students and future students the best in life.
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DONALD PUTNAM, President
The Class of 1937 entered
the North Dakota State College as
Freshmen in the fall of 1933. Our
first year was little more than a
period of orientation during which
most of our time was spent be-
coming accustomed to the ways of
college men and women, and ob-
taining a secure foundation for the
three years to follow.
As Sophomores we found
ourselves in the midst of activity
with a number of our class mem-
bers, playing an important part in
athletics, music, and dramatics.
The two remaining years proved to be even more of a success for
members of the class in distinguishing both themselves and their class.
It was during these two years that we steered a course towards our ulti-
mate goal, graduation.
We find now, with the time of graduation at hand, that college
has not only given us an education but also experiences and everlasting
It is perhaps with regret that we leave the school behind, but we
always remain a part of North Dakota State as alumni. May we
this means of expressing our appreciation to the President and Fac-
of this college for the assistance and kindness offered us during our
years as students.
DONALD PUTNAM, President.
Harold Halcrow Alice Larson Harold Spitzer
DEAN H, L. WALSTER
The fall term registration revealed that there were 230 students enrolled in the Di-
vision of Agriculture. This shows an increase over the enrollment of last year.
Included in the Division of Agriculture are the Experiment Station and the EX-
tension Service with H. L. Walster. Dean and Director. P. J. Olson is the Assistant
Dean in agriculture and Assistant Director of the Experiment Station.
The Division of Agriculture is made up of the departments of agricultural econom-
ics. agricultural education, agricultural engineering, agricultural entomology, agronomy,
animal husbandry, animal pathology and hygiene, bacteriology, dairy husbandry, horti-
culture and forestry, poultry husbandry, and the department of correspondence and
college extension courses.
Englevale, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Kappa Sigma Chi: Y.M.-
C.A.: Cosmopolitan Club: Saddle and
Sirloin Club: Intramural Hockey:
Transfer from the U. of N. D.
RICHARD ARMSTRONG Fargo, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Y.M.C.A.: Cosmopolitan
Club: Saddle and Sirloin Club.
ANDREW BERGLUND Lawton, N. D.
Pleasant Lake, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Saddle and Sirloin: Phi
Kappa Phi: Glee Club: Alpha Zeta:
Intercollegiate Livestock Judging
Team, Forth Worth and Chicago.
STERLING BYERLY Mandan, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Sigma Chi: Phytois:
Transfer from the U. of N. D.
WINSTON DOLVE Hatton, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Cosmopolitan Club: Y.M.-
C.A.: Saddle and Sirloin.
ADOLPH ENGSTROM Leeds, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Saddle and Sirloin.
HARRY GRAVES Cavalier, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Kappa Sigma Chi, Pres-
ident: Alpha Zeta: Hortus: Y.M.C.A.
Cabinet: Interfraternity Council: Blue
IRVIN HAGEN Grafton, N. D.
Bowesmont, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Alpha Gamma Rho, Treas-
urer: Phi Kappa Phi: Alpha Zeta,
Vice President: Glee Club, President:
Senior Class, Treasurer: Intramural
Baseball, Kittenball: Livestock Judg-
ing Team, l936: Y.M.C.A.
RICHARD HAMILTON Rugby, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Alpha Gamma Rho: Stu-
dent Livestock Judging Team, 1936:
Freshman Football and Track: Varsity
Boxing: Track: Alpha Zeta: Saddle
and Sirloin, Historian: Intramural
Baseball and Softball: Lettermen's
ART HANSON Fargo, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: College Golf Instructor:
LEON HEUER Sheldon, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Alpha Gamma Rho: Kap-
pa Kappa Psi: Gold Star Band: Bison
Brevities: Glee Club.
LEONARD HOUSE Fargo, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Varsity Football, All-
DONALD KLAUSS Ashley, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Alpha Gamma Rho: Al-
ARNOLD O. NESS Edmore, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Kappa Sigma Chi: House
Manager: Alpha Zeta: Pi Gamma Mu:
Saddle and Sirloin Club: Y.M.C.A.
MAYNARD J. NESVIG
Lansford, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Saddle and Sirloin: Y.lVI.-
C.A.: R.O.T.C., Captain: Scabbard and
VINTON PLATH Fargo, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Alpha Gamma Rho, Vice
President: Alpha Zeta: Alpha Phi
Omega: ScOuter's Club, Secretary:
Drum and Bugle Corp: Student Com-
mission: Saddle and Sirloin Club:
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, Vice President.
CLAUDE RIDGWAY Fordville, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Kappa Sigma Chi: Bison
Brevities: Y.M.C.A.: A.S.A.E.
OLAV ROGNESS Heimdal, N. D.
NOBLE SANDERS Ray, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: International Livestock
Judging Team, 1935: Manager of the
May Festival, 1936: Winner Student
Judging Contest, 1934: Saddle and
FRANK SORENSON Hastings, N. D.
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 5 R.O .T .C
Major: Rifle Team, Manager: Agri-
cultural Engineering Club, Vice Pres-
Fillmore, N. D.
AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING: Kappa Sig-
ma Chi: Intramural Baseball and Kit-
tenball: Y.M.C.A.: Saddle and Sirloin:
American Society of Agricultural
MERLIN TOUSSAINT Leonard, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Alpha Gamma Rho:
Judging Team: Manager Student
CLIFFORD VOLKERDING Ada, Minn.
AGRICULTURE: Phi Kappa Phi: Alpha
Zeta: Saddle and Sirloin: Bugle
WOODROW WIELAND Bertha, Minn.
AGRICULTURE: Gold Star Band: Saddle
and Sirloin Club: Kappa Kappa Psi,
Treasurer: International L iv e S t O c k
Judging Team, 1936: Freshman,
Y.M.C.A. Basketball: Bison Brevities
and Spectrum Radio Announcer.
ROBERT WILLIAMS Larimore, N. D.
AGRICULTURE: Blue Key: Alpha Gamma
Rho: Gamma Tau Sigma: Y.M.C.A.:
Saddle and Sirloin, Treasurer: Blue
Key Scholarship: Intercollegiate Judg-
ing Champion, Kansas City, 1935:
Spectrum, Managing Editor: Manager
Little International: Radio: Who'S
Agriculture -- A Bit ot History
The year 1937 is an important anniversary in agricultural
education. On July 2nd, seventy-five years will have elapsed
since the passage of the Morrill Act providing for the establish-
ment of land grant colleges. The North Dakota Agricultural Col-
lege has shared in almost two-thirds of that history. lt celebrates
its forty-eighth birthday this year.
The "Ag" of 1937 will have some difficulty in attempting to
visualize the growth and progress of the "department,'l "school"
and "division of agriculture" during those 48 years. The faculty
up to 1891 consisted of one man. Today the agricultural faculty
numbers twenty-nine. One of the pioneers is our president, Dr.
John H. Shepperd, who served first as professor of agriculture
and later as dean. From an all embracing department of agri-
culture there have grown up eleven distinct departments which
are now included Within the enlarged Division of Agriculture.
They are Agricultural Economics, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Hus-
bandry, Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture, Agronomy, Animal
Pathology, Agricultural Engineering, Bacteriology, Entomology
and Agricultural Education.
George Washington said 4'Agriculture is the most healthful,
most useful and most noble employment of manf, In his day that
characterization applied only to farming and farm life. Today it
applies in addition to a number of professional pursuits, such as
teaching, extension and research through which graduates are
rendering notable service to their communities.
DEAN A. E. MINARD
The Division of Applied Arts and Sciences has the largest enrollment among the
various divisions on the campus. This division is a combination of the former schools
of science and literature, education, and pharmacy. A. E. Minard is dean of the divi-
sion With E. H. Jones associate dean in charge of education and W. F. Sudro associate
dean in charge of pharmacy.
In the school are the departments of botany, education, English and philosophy,
history, mathematics, modern languages, pharmacy, public discussion and social service,
social and economic sciences, commerce, and Zoology.
Registration for the fall term showed 328 students enrolled in arts and sciences.
116 in education, and 75 in pharmacy.
HUGH ANSTETT Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCESQ Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon, President, Bison Brevities, Gen-
eral Manager, Blue Key, Treasurer,
Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Phi Ome-
ga. "Award For Distinguished Serv-
EUNICE ARNASON Fargo, N. D.
EDUCATIONQ Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary-
Treasurer, Guidon, R.O.T.C. Sponsor,
Y.W.C.A., Glee Club, Transfer from
the University of Saskatchewan.
MARJORIE ARNOLD Fargo, N. D.
EDUCATIONQ Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Y.W.C.A., Cabinet, Freshman Com-
mission, Co-ed Prom Leader, Fresh-
man Class Play Director, Panhellenic
Council, Gamma Tau Sigma, Secre-
tary, Bison Brevities, Band Soloist.
KENNETH BERGAN Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCES.
EARL BOHNSACK Hillsboro, N. D.
PHARMACYQ Kappa Psi, Pharmacy
Club, Secretary, Papyrus Ebers,
LUCILLE BOLSTAD Fargo, N. D.
GORDON BRANDES LaMoure, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCESQ Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon, Vice President, Blue Key, Al-
pha Phi Omega, President, Board of
Publications, President, StudentCom-
mission, Bison Brevities, Y.M.C.A.
DON BUCHANAN Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCESQ Sigma Chi, Ostman
Richardson Award, Scabbard and
Blade, Vice President, Phi Kappa
Phi, Blue Key, Men's Glee Club,
Rifle Team, Battalion Adjutant, Spec-
trum Sports Writer.
Fargo, N. D.
EDUCATION, Kappa Kappa Gamma,
Marshal, Newman Club, Pi Gamma
Mu, Y.VV.C.A., Women's Senate, Bi-
DELORIS COOK Fargo, N. D.
EDUCATIONQ Y.W.C.A., Women's Senate,
Phi Omega Pi, Secretary, "Pentagon"
RUTH COOLEY Great Falls, Mont.
ARTS AND SCIENCEQ Alpha Gamma Del-
ta, President, Panhellenic Council,
Y.W.C.A., Ceres Hall Club, W.A.A.g
Co-ed Rifle Team.
PHYLLIS COYNE LaMOure, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Phi Kappa Phi,
Senior Staff, Pi Gamma Mu, Pres-
ident, Y.W.C.A., Secretary, Ceres
MILLER R. CRAWFORD
Calvin, N. D.
EDUCATIONQ Y.M.C.A., Intramural Base-
ball, Kittenball, Advanced Military,
Transfer from University of North
ELIZABETH DEWEY Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCEQ Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma, Registrar, Edwin Booth, Gamma
Tau Sigma, Pi Gamma Mu, Bison
Staff, Associate Editor, Board of
Forensic Control, Senior Staff, W0-
men's Senate, Tryota, Freshman Class
LUELLA EAGLE Fargo, N. D.
PHARMACY: Kappa Epsilon, President,
Secretary-Treasurer: N. D. Pharmacy
Club: Y.W.C.A.: Cosmopolitan Club.
Thief River Falls, Minn.
PHARMACY: Kappa Psi, President:
Blue Key: Bison Brevities: Commis-
sioner of Campus: Student Represen-
tative of Y.M.C.A.: Pharmacy Club:
Papyrus Ebers Staff: Glee Club: In-
tramural Softball and Baseball.
Kindred, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE: Band.
LENNEA FRISK Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE: Kappa Delta, Pres-
ident: Commissioner of Social Af-
fairs: Homecoming Queen: Women's
Senate: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Freshman
Commission: Bison Brevities, Secre-
tary: Zoology Club: Barn Dance
Queen: Spectrum, Columnist, Desk
Editor: Bison, Associate Editor: Rifle
Team: Sorority Basketball: Co-ed
WILLIAM GALLAGHER Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE: Alpha Tau Omega!
Cadet Major: Zoology Club: Inter-
collegiate Golf: Intramural Basketball.
CARL GEHRING Fargo, N. D.
EDUCATION: Transfer from State Nor-
mal and Industrial College, Ellendale,
DAISY GESSNER Penn, N. D.
EDUCATION: Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Gam-
ma Mu: Y.W.C.A.: Botany Club.
Finley, N. D.
EDUCATION: Transfer from Concordia
College: Phi Kappa Phi: Alpha Psi
Omega: Kappa Delta Pi, President:
Edwin Booth: Dean of Girls in N.D.
A.C. High School: Y.W.C.A.: Winner
of Declamation Contest, 1936: "Polly
of the Circus": Christmas Festival:
"Taming of the Shrew."
McClusky, N. D.
PHARNIACYQ Band: Kappa Kappa Psi.
FRED HAGEN Alamo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE.
J OHN HALCROW Bowesmont, N. D.
EDUCATION: Transfer from the U. of
N. D.: Alpha Gamma Rho.
HAZEL HEWITT Hillsboro, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE: Zoology Club: Band:
Bison Brevities Orchestra.
DONALD HILL Valley City, N. D.
EDUCATION: Kappa Sigma Chi: Scab-
bard and Blade: Y.M.C.A.: Interfra-
ternity Basketball, Baseball, Kitten-
ball: Interfraternity Council.
ARWIN HOGE Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE: Declamatory Con-
test: Interclass Debate Tournament:
Community Debates: Lincoln Debate
Club, President: Chemists' Club: Cos-
mopolitan Club: Sigma Delta: Luth-
eran Student Association: Phi Kappa
MARY HORNER Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Freshman Commis-
sion, President, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet,
Vice President, Women's Senate, New-
ELAINE HosTLER Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE: Glee Club, Soccer,
Baseball. Ping-pong, W.A.A., Y.W.-
DoN HOWLAND Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Sigma Chi, Vice
President, Spectrum, Assistant Busi-
ness Manager, Scabbard and Blade,
Cadet Captain, Intrafraternity Coun-
PAULINE HUNTLEY Kindred, N. D.
EDUCATION, Kappa Delta, Vice Pres-
ident, Gold Star Band, Y.W.C.A.,
Sorority Basketball, W.A.A.
ELEANOR ISAACS LaMoure, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Alpha Gamma Del-
ta, President, Art Club, Secretary.
EARL JOHNSON Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCEQ Sigma Chi.
E. DAYTON JONES Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Sigma Alpha Ep-
silon, Edwin Booth, President, Blue
Key, Y.M.C.A., Advisory Board, Cab-
inet, Alpha Phi Omega.
Red Lake Falls, Minn.
PHARMACYQ Kappa Sigma Chi, Kappa
Kappa Psi, Pharmacy Club, Inter-
fraternity Baseball, Kittenball, Hockey.
WAYNE LE BIEN Mandan, N. D.
PHARMACY, Transfer from University
of North Dakota.
FERN LOBERG Valley City, N. D.
EDUCATION, Transfer from Valley City:
Edwin Booth, "Winterset," "Late
HERBERT H. LUNDIN
Watford City, N. D.
PHARMACY, B.A., University of North
BERNARD J. MAJORS
Jamestown, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Alpha Tau Omega,
Historian, Rushing Captain, Newman
Club, President, Y.M.C.A., Senior Ball
Manager, Blue Key, Frame Repre-
KEITH MCVAY Cando, N. D.
EDUCATION, Kappa Psi, Vice President
and Historian, Gold Star Band,
Papyrus Ebers, Business Manager,
Intramural Basketball, Kittenball,
Pharmacy Club, Y.M.C.A., Interfra-
SARAH MINARD Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Freshman Commis-
sion, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Rifle Team,
Captain, W.A.A., Pi Gamma Mu,
LESLIE MORGAN Fargo, N. D.
EDUCATION, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Y.M.-
C.A., Scabbard and Blade, Cadet
WILLIAM MURPHY Fargo, N. D.
EDUCATIONQ Sigma Chi, Associate Edi-
tor, Gamma Tau Sigma, President:
Editor of the Bison, Blue Key, Kappa
Delta Pig Newman Club, Pi Gamma
Mug Board of Publications.
ETHEL OLSON Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Y.W.C.A., President:
Delta Psi Kappa, Secretary, Pi Gam-
ma Mug Senior Staff, Vice President,
Women's Senate, W.A.A., President,
Basketball Manager, Tennis, Rifleryg
DORIS M. OMAN Napoleon, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Alpha Gamma Del-
ta, Kappa Delta Pig Glee Club,
MILDRED PETERSON Fargo, N. D.
EDUCATION, Phi Mu, President, W0-
men'S Senate, Panhellenic Council,
Junior Prom Committee, Sophomore
Commission, Y.W.C.A., Bison Staff.
FRANCES PROBST Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma, Treasurerg Bison Brevities, Script
Girl, Y.W.C.A. Charm School, Bison
Devils Lake, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Theta Chi, Glee
Club: Bison Brevities, Scabbard and
Blade, Cadet Lieutenant, Newman
JACK RIEDESEL Cathay, N. D.
WILFRED ROMMEL Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCEQ Sigma Chi, Blue
Key, Secretary: Phi Kappa Phi, Sig-
ma Deltag Edwin Booth, Presidentg
Class Plays, Director, Gold Star Band,
Bison Staff, Y.M.C.A.
MARJORIE ROONEY Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Kappa Delta Pig
Edwin Booth, Lutheran Students' AS-
Sociation, Vice President, Y.W.C.A.,
Declamation Contest, Little Country
ROBERT RUSS Fargo, N. D.
ROBERT SAUNDERS Mandan, N. D.
EDUCATIONQ Alpha Gamma Rho, Vice
President, Phi Kappa Phi, Blue Key,
Pi Gamma Mug Student Commission,
President, Lettermen's Club, Vice
Presidentg Basketball, Sophomore CIHSS
HESSEL SHOTYVELL Edmore, N. D.
RALPH S. SMITH LaMoure, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi
Gamma Mug Botany Club, Hortusg
VIRGINIA SMITH Fargo, N. D.
EDUCATIONQ Art Club: Edwin Booth:
Tryota: Y.W.C.A.: Christmas Festival:
Bison Brevities, Director: Class Play
Cast, Committee, Director.
ORVILLE SORVICK Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Transfer from N.
D. State School of Science, Wahpe-
ton, N. D.: Sigma Chi, Secretary:
Blue Key: Edwin Booth: Gold Star
Band: Y.M,C.A.: Bison Brevities, Sales
WAYNE SPRINGER Hettinger, N. D.
EDUCATION, Alpha Tau Omega: Var-
sity Football: All-Conference Guard:
President Lettermen's Club: Intra-
mural Basketball, Baseball: Freshman
Football, Basketball: Y.M.C.A.
RUTH STOCKSTAD Milnor, N. D.
EDUCATION, Transfer from Ellendale
Normal and Industrial School: Y.W.-
C.A.: Kappa Delta Pi, Glee Club.
WILLIAM H. THOMPSON
Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Alpha Tau Omega,
Rushing Captain: Kappa Kappa Psi:
Alpha Phi Omega: Bison Brevities:
Interfraternity Sing: Interfraternity
Kittenball, Hockey: Men's Glee Club.
STANLEY VEJTASA Fairdale, N. D
EDUCATIONQ Kappa Delta Pi: Cosmo-
Lols WALDRON Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE, Transfer from Wo-
men's College, University of Dela-
Pharmacy Club: Y.M.C.A.
EMERY HARRY WESTERLAND
EDUCATION, Alpha Tau Omega: Y.M.-
C.A.: Bison Brevitiesg Chemists' Club'
SALLY WIESEKE Bertha, Minn.
EDUCATIONQ Co-ed Rifle Team: Y.W.-
C.A.: Ceres Hall Club: W.A.A.
LEIBER WELLS Edgeley, N. D.
PHARMACYQ Kappa Psi, Vice President'
Papyrus Ebers: Rho Chi, President'
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DEAN R. M. DOLVE
The Division of Engineering has experienced a. gradual but substantial growth
through the nearly fifty years of its existence and has long enjoyed nation-wide rec-
ognition as a good School of Engineering.
R. M. Dolve is dean of the entire division with associate dean, L. L. Carrick, in
charge of chemistry, and professor H. B. Huntoon in charge of architecture.
The faculty and facilities are both such as to assure to its students superior in-
struction in the departments of architecture, chemistry, physics, and architectural, ad-
ministrative, chemical, civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering.
ERIC ARNTSON Lisbon, N. D.
CHEMISTRY, Lutheran Students' As-
sociationg Chemists' Club, Men's Glee
EDWARD BOULGER Fargo, N. D.
CHEMISTRY, Delta Tau Epsilon, New-
man Club, Chemists' Club.
St. Thomas, N. D.
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING, Sigma Phi
Delta, Kappa Tau Delta, Architectural
Editor N. D. State Engineer, Y.M.-
C.A., Engineers' Club, Atelier Chat
MARSDEN BUSCH Granville, N. D.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, Sigma Phi
Delta, Y.M.C.A., Engineers' Club,
JOHN Coox Fargo, N. D.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGQ Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Alpha Phi Omega, Engineers'
Club, R.O.T.C. Cadet Lieutenant,
CHARLES EvERs Fargo, N. D.
CHEMISTRY, Kappa Sigma Chi, Kappa
Kappa Psi, Vice President, Chemists'
Club, President, Gold Star Band,
C o 1 1 e g e Orchestra, Interfraternity
Hockey, Phi Kappa Phi, Bison Brev-
RICHARD FOSTER Williston, N. D.
Hillsboro, N. D.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, Delta Tau Ep-
silon, Vice President, President, Y.M.-
C.A. Cabinet, Engineers' Club, A.I.-
E.E., Intramural Basketball, Baseball.
Lidgerwood, N. D.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, Theta Chi, Tau
Delta Pi, Vice President, Engineers'
Club, A.I.E.E., President.
MEARL GIFFORD Kelso, N. D.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, Delta Tau Ep-
silon, House Manager, Treasurer, His-
torian, A.I.E.E., Secretary, Intramural
Basketball, Baseball, Y.M.C.A., Engi-
Fargo, N. D.
CIVIL ENGINEERINGQ Sigma Phi Delta,
Secretary, Engineers' Club, A.S.C.E.,
Freshman Hockey, Varsity Hockey,
Manager Engineers' Ball.
ROBERT GWYT1-IER Fargo, N. D.
CHEMISTRY, Sigma Alpha Epsilon:
Scabbard and Blade, Chemists' Club,
President, Cadet Major.
DARREL HAMLET Fargo, N. D.
ARCHITECTURE, Bison Brevities, Atelier
Chat Noir, Vice President, Tennis.
CHRIS HANSEN Guelph, N. D.
CIVIL ENGINEERINGQ Sigma Phi Delta,
Alumni Editor, Y.M.C.A., Tau Delta
Pi, Engineers' Club, Treasurer, A.S.-
C.E., Associate Editor of North Da-
kota State Engineer.
HOWARD HEGBAR Kensal, N. D.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERINGQ Tau Delta Pi.
President, Sigma Phi Delta, Vice
President, North Dakota State Engi-
neer, Editor, Phi Kappa Phi, Blue
Key, Engineers' Club, President.
Park Rapids, Minn.
CIVIL ENGINEERINGQ Alpha Tau Omega,
President, A.S.C.E., Engineers' Club,
Blue Key, Transfer from Antioch Col-
lege, Yellow Springs, Ohio.
DALE E. HELLICKSON
Medora, N. D.
CIVIL ENGINEERINGQ Rifle Team, Sigma
Phi Delta, A.S.C.E.
DANIEL V. KREBSBACH
Velva, N. D.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGQ Transfer from
Minot State Teachers College, Delta
Tau Epsilon, Tau Delta Pi, Rifle
Team, Newman Club, A.S.M.E., Vice
President, Glee Club, Engineers' Club.
M. ISAACSON Westby, N. D.
ROBERT E. LARSON Fargo, N. D.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERINGQ Kappa Sigma
Chi, Vice President, Tau Delta Pi,
A.I.E.E., Vice President, Engineers'
Club, Secretary, Y.M.C.A., Cadet
Captain, Scabbard and Blade, Var-
ELDRED LEE Fargo, N. D.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING! Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Secretary, Scabbard and
Blade, President, Blue Key, Engi-
neers' Club, Vice President, Tau Del-
ta Pi, A.S.M.E., Assistant Manager
of the Junior Prom and of the Mili-
EARL MARTINSON Leal, N. D.
1VIECHANICAL ENGINEERINGQ Transfer from
Valley City Teachers College, A.S.-
President, Tau Delta Pi, Secre-
tary and Treasurer, Engineers' Club,
Phi Kappa Phi.
LESLIE NEUMANN Litchville, N. D.
CHEMISTRYQ Chemists' Club, Intra-
mural Baseball, Basketball, Kitten-
ball, Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Sigma
CHESTER OLSON Leeds, N. D.
CHEMISTRYQ Cosmopolitan Club, Treas-
urer, Chemists' Club, Intramural Bas-
ketball, R.0.T.C., Captain.
JACK PAHL Lidgerwood, N. D.
CIVIL ENGINEERINGQ Sigma Phi Delta,
Secretary, Newman Club, Engineers'
Club, A.S.C.E., Vice President, Secre-
tary-Treasurer, Y.M.C.A., Intramural
OSWALD E. PELTOLA
Middle River, Minn.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERINGQ Engineers'
Club, A.I.E.E., Y.M.C.A., Cosmopoli-
DONALD PUTNAM Fargo, N. D.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERINGQ Sigma Chi,
Magister, Band, Glee Club, Kappa
Kappa Psi, Senior Class President,
Y.M.C.A., A.I.E.E., Bison, Photog-
rapher, Bison Brevities Cast, North
Dakota State Engineer, Photographer.
OLIVER RowE Fargo, N. D.
CHEMISTRY, Gold Star Band, College
Orchestra, Brevities Orchestra, Kap-
pa Kappa Psi, Chemists' Club, Men's
ARNOLD RUSTAD Fargo, N. D.
ARCHITECTURE: Sigma Phi Delta: Scab-
bard and Blade: Atelier Chat Noir,
President: Kappa Tau Delta, Secre-
tary, Treasurer: Y.M.C.A.: Intra-
mural Basketball, Baseball, Softball.
ROBERT SCI-IULTZ Crystal, N. D.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: Sigma Phi
Delta: Business Manager North Da-
kota State Engineer.
JOHN SEEBA Harvey, N. D.
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING: Sigma Phi Del-
ta, President: Blue Key: Scabbard
and Blade: Chemists' Club: Newman
RUEBEN L. SMITH Hillsboro, N. D.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING: Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, Corresponding Secretary:
Band: Bison Brevities: Engineers'
Club: A.I.E.E., Treasurer: Committee
Chairman for Junior Prom: Y.M.C.A.:
Interfraternity Basketball, Kittenball,
CYRUS J. SAWBY Velva, N. D.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: A.S.M.E.: Tau
Delta Pi: Phi Kappa Phi: Engineers'
HAROLD I. SPITZER Ashley, N. D.
CHEMISTRY: Phi Kappa Phi:Sigma Phi
Delta, Business Manager: Blue Key:
North Dakota State Engineer, Adver-
tising Manager: Chemists' Club: En-
gineers' Club: Sophomore Debate
MAX THAL Lakota, N. D.
CHEMISTRY, Kappa Kappa Psi, Pres-
ident: Chemists' Club, Treasurer: Blue
Key: Gold Star Band: Kappa Sigma
WILLIAM VOGEL Fargo, N. D.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: Engineers'
Club: A.S.M.E.: Rifle Team: Newman
EARL W. VOLLRATH
Pembina, N. D.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: A.S.M.E., Sec-
MAYNARD WALBERG Fargo, N. D.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: Sigma Phi
Delta: A.S.M.E.: Engineers' Club:
EDWIN M. WALKER Fargo, N. D.
CHEMISTRY: Chemists' Club: Newman
Club: Rifle Team.
DONALD WARD Fargo, N. D.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING: Delta Tau
Epsilon, President: Newman Club:
A.S.M.E.: Engineers' Club: Blue Key:
Junior Class Treasurer: Junior Prom
Manager: Cadet Captain: Y.M.C.A.:
Bison Staff Photographer.
HARLAN F. WINN
Jamestown, N. D.
CIVIL ENGINEERING: Sigma Chi: Phi
Kappa Phi: Tau Delta Pi: A.S.C.E.:
Engineers' Club: Fraternity Basket-
WALTER WOLFINGER Fargo, N. D.
ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING: Atelier Chat
Noir: Delta Tau Epsilon: Fraternity
DEAN ALBA BALES
The School of Home Economics, which is divided into departments of Foods and
Nutrition, Home Economics Education, Clothing and Art, and Home Management, has
this year reached its largest enrollment.
The curricula have been enlarged from year to year to meet the demands for
trained home economics
people have been better
types of relief programs
this college are Working
many opportunities open
only can enter the field
Women, Who now enter many fields of activity. Few college
fitted to give help in resettlement, rehabilitation, and other
than the graduates of home economics. Many graduates of
in the field of social service at the present time. With so
to the student Who has majored in home economics she not
of her greatest interest during her professional or earning
years, but has the satisfaction of knowing she has good training for domestic and fam-
ily life, if she enters a home.
GERALDINE ACKER Fargo, N. D.
HoME ECoNoMICs: Cosmopolitan Club:
CORINNE BALLARD Duluth, Minn.
HOME ECONOMICS: Kappa Delta, Vice
President: W.A.A.: Women's Senate:
Art Club, President: Varsity Soccer,
Baseball: Y.W.C.A.: Tryota: Panhel-
lenic Council: Little Country Theater
Costume Director and Designer.
LOTTIE BEHRENS Glyndon, Minn.
HOME ECONOMICS, Tryota: W.A.A.:
Varsity Basketball: Phi Upsilon Omi-
cron, Historian, Librarian.
FERN BERC McIntosh, Minn.
HoME ECONOMICS, Tryota: Y.W.C.A.:
Ceres Hall Club: W.A.A.: Girls' Glee
HARRIET BERG Fargo, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS: Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma, Corresponding Secretary, Social
Chairman: Y.W.C.A.: Campus Sister:
Tryota, President: Lutheran Students'
HELEN BOETTCHER Arthur, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS: Kappa Delta: Try-
ota: Y.VV.C.A.: Senior Basketball: Bi-
IVAH BREVIK Twin Valley, Minn.
HOLIE ECONOIVIICSQ Transfer from Con-
cordia College, Moorhead, Minn.: Ed-
win Booth: Art Club: Tryota: Y,W.-
GRACE CoLE Fargo, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS, Alpha Gamma Del-
ta, Corresponding Secretary. Treasur-
erg Y.W.C,A,, Freshman and Sopho-
more Commission: Campus Sister:
JEANNE DADY Fargo, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS: Kappa Kappa Gam-
MARJORIE DANIELSON Fargo, N. D.
HoME ECONOMICS: Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma, Treasurer, Secretary: Phi Upsi-
lon Omicron: Y.W.C.A.: Campus Sis-
ter: Tryota: W. H. Danforth Summer
Twin Valley, Minn.
HOME ECONOMICS: Delta Psi Kappa,
Treasurer: Tryota: W,A.A., Secretary.
MARY MAY HALL Fargo, N. D.
ARTS AND SCIENCE: Phi Mu, Treasurer:
Botany Club: Y,W.C.A.: Campus Sis-
MARY HANNAHER Fargo, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS: Gamma Phi Beta.
Corresponding Secretary: Y.W.C,A.:
Tryota: Newman Club: Campus Sis-
HOME ECONOMICSQ Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma: Tryota: Y.W.C.A.: Bison Brev-
JESSIE HERBISON Grafton, N. D.
HONIE ECONOMICS: Ceres Hall Club:
EMMA JORDRE Oberon, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS: Phi Kappa Phi: Se-
nior Staff. Historian: Phi Upsilon
Omicron, President: Delta Psi Kappa,
President: W.A.A., President: Soccer
Manager. Baseball Manager: Varsity
Soccer, Basketball, Baseball: Tryota:
HOME ECONOMICS: Gamma Phi Beta,
President: Senior Staff, Secretary:
Phi Upsilon Omicron: Bison Editor:
Art Club: Tryota: Student Commis-
Sion: WhO's Who, American Colleges
LAVONNE LANGBELL Minot, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS: Phi Mu: Y.W.C.A.:
ALICE LARSON Clyde, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS: Phi Omega Pi, Pres-
ident: Panhellenic Council, President:
Phi Kappa Phi: Phi Upsilon Omicron,
Editor: Senior Staff: Tryota: WOrnen's
Senate: Y.W.C.A.: Senior Class, Vice
CAROL LUNDE Cooperstown, N. D.
HOlXfILl ECONOMICS: Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma: Tryota: Art Club, Vice President:
Lutheran Students' Association: Glee
OLIVE MALONEY Fargo, N. D.
HOIVIE ECONOMICS: Phi Omega Pi.
Treasurer, Secretary: Tryota: Y.W.-
C.A.: Campus Sister.
LOIS DEJETTE MANSFIELD
Tuttle, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS: Y.W.C.A.: Tryota:
LILA MAXSON Devils Lake, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS: Tryota: Phi Upsi-
lon Omicron, Vice President: Y.W.-
C.A.: Newman Club: Spectrum: Glee
ESTHER MICKELSON Fargo, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS: Tryota: Y.W.C.A.
DOROTHY MOLLAND Fargo, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS: Phi Upsilon Omicron,
Treasurer: Art Club, Secretary: Try-
ota: Y.W.C.A.: WOmen's Senate: Irene
OLIVE MURCI-IIE Sarles, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS: Delta Psi Kappa,
Secretary: W.A.A.: Tryota: Varsity
MAXINE MYHRA Fargo, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS: Tryota: Lutheran
Students' Association: Y.W.C.A.
BEATRICE NESS Fargo, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS: Tryota: Art Club:
MARY ELIZABETH RUNICE
Fargo, N. D.
H01'vl'E ECONOMICS, Phi Mu, Rushing
Captain. Vice President, Y.W.C.A..
Freshman Commission, Panhellenic
Council, Bison Staff, Glee Club, Try-
ctfl, Vice President.
JANE SCHULZ Fargo. N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS, Kappa Kappa Gam-
ma, President, Phi Upsilon Omicrong
Senior Staff, Treasurer, Panhellenic
Council, Treasurer, Art Club, Vice
President, Guidon, President, Honor-
ary Lieutenant Colonel, Y.W.C.A.
Devils Lake, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS, Tryota.
DOROTHY SHARPE Portland, N. D.
l'I01VlE ECONOMICS, Transfer from May-
ville State Teachers College, Alpha
Gamma Delta, Tryota, Y.W.C.A.,
WV.A.A., Alpha Psi Omega.
Twin Valley, Minn.
HOIXTE ECONOMICSQ Art Club, Tryota,
May Festival Committee, Y.W.C.A,
MARY FAY VVENGER Fargo, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS, Delta Psi Kappa,
Reporter, Cosmopolitan Club, Secre-
tary, Social Chairman, W.A.A.,Treas-
urer, Basketball Manager, Varsity
Soccer, Baseball, Varsity Basketball,
Tryota Club, Newman Club, Campus
MARTHA WOLF Jamestown, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICS, Phi Omega Pi.
NORMA YOUNG Rugby, N. D.
HOME ECONOMICSQ Alpha Gamma Del-
ta, Y.W.C.A., Tryota.
CLASS OF 1937 '
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President .... Blue Key .... Bison
Brevities, General Manager .... Scabbard and Blade ....
Pomaff by Voss
h' Beta President ..... Phi Upsilon Omicron .....
. Student Commission
Gamma P 1 ,
f Bison, Editor ....
Senior Staf .....
. . . . Panhellenic Council . . . .
Sigma Phi Delta .... Phi Kappa Phi .... Blue Key ....
North Dakota State Engineer, Editor ...... Shiloh Lodge
Masonic Scholarship Award .... Norman B. Black Award
Kappa Kappa Gamma, President .... Phi Upsilon Omicron
. . . . Senior Staff . . . . Panhellenic Council . . . . . Guidon,
President .... Y.W.C.A. Cabinet ....
Sigma Chi .... Blue Key ..... Phi Kappa Phi ..... Edwin
Booth, President .... Best Actor .... Gold Star Band .....
portrait by Vos
Kappa Delt . . . n ommission . . . Home
coming Queen .... Spectrum Staff . .
a, President Stude t C
. . Panhellenic , . .
portrait by V033
Kappa Kappa Gam
ma ..... Senior Staff, President ....
Edwin Booth .... Pi Gamma Mu .... Gamma Tau Si
. . . . Board of Foren '
sic Control . .
'iaaiemzsa " . fm- .f .
' iw? 'aww'
S1 .sv az'
Portrait U!! Voss
Alpha Gamma Rho, President . . . . Phi Kappa Phi . . . .
Blue Key . . . Pi Gamma Mu .... Student Commission,
President .... Basketball, Co-Captain . . . All Conference
Basketball, 1935, 1937 ..,.
Kappa Psi, President .... Blue Key ,... Bison Brevities
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet . . . Glee Club . . . Student Commission
Kappa Sigma Chi, President . . . . . Alpha Zeta
Hortus .... Y.M.C.A. Cabinet .... Blue Key . .
In keeping with the precedent established seven
years ago in the 1930 Bison the editors have devoted
a section to North Dakota State's most representative
Selection of these students has been unbiased in
every respect. The deans of the various schools sub-
mitted the names of outstanding seniors to a faculty
committee which made the final selection on the basis
of service to the school, character, personality, and
We wish to thank the following faculty members
for acting as the committee in choosing the represen-
tative members of the Class of 1937: Dr. W. C. Hunter,
chairman, Dean Alba Bales, Mr. P. J. Olson, Mr.
Homer B. Huntoon, and Dean Pearl Dinan.
James Elwin Dorothy Eoansun
Ann Bolle!! J LJ I R S
Emma Mae Britten
Dayton Bw-am The junior Class nresident, Manny Ludwig.
buys ri nickells worth of peanuts
Roy Carr Dorothy Cone Kirk Crawford Jean Crowley Virginia Eastman Lorraine Engle
Opal Fiske Alphons Forsman Phillip Garberg Orville Goplen Henry Halgren Kent Helland
Vinnie Olson, vice-president. rind
Frances Tourtlotte, secretary
J U N I 0 R S Madeline Nirns
Vinnie Olson Marjorie Patterson
Ebelun Vhzttam mv e X U
Gface Stewart Tod Whzluz tnrmuver
Toman Walter Ulmer Charles Waechter Joseph Waller Don Wallls Jack Watson
S063 LIU YYLUTLEA
Arthur Job Harlan Josephson
Andrew Almos S 0 P I I O M 0 R E S
, - V1-.M-rf
V irgzv ia Brown
Eugene Corcoran R '
Harold Dalby 1. ,V
Alice Davis -
Donna Jean Davis
Connie Taylor-the president.
Geraldine Davis John Fisher Robert Fredriclcson Eleanor Halcrow Gaylord Hild Cloyce U
Oswalol Jorstad Lucille Knadtson Fred Kwako Gordon Larson Rosemary Lee June Lowe
Treasurer June Lowe Lois McMillan
Dorothy Olson Lloyd Olson
Mary Yeager Martin Wolf Jane Wilson
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Maxine Schollander -,M
Willa Jeanne Wells Marion Whalen
Charles Starbuclc Donald Thompson Lewis Thompson Oliver Uthus Leslie Voss Julia W
Anna Jane Black Louise Tweet
Norman Akesson F R E S I I M E N
President Elmer Hogoboorn and
Secretary Gorman King
Wzllzam Avery Sta Lley Bale Hollace Beall Howard Bell n Maurzce Benz Wzl'zam
Bob Brandenburg Rosella Brekke Ralph Calkins James Campbell John Casad Charlotte Cole
Altho the class of 1940 is new to
the North Dakota Agricultural Col-
ege, it has already taken its place
s a factor in student activities.
The class has begun to take part
debate, public speaking, and dra-
The athletically inclined
shown promise of greatness
heir activities on the football
and the basketball floor. The
to which the talented fresh-
will rise will be seen during
next three years of their col-
year's freshman class is one
the largest in the history of the
It is big enough to be a
factor in campus life.
1S a class Which will work not
so J for its own good but also for
he good of their college.
C The freshmen have everything to
lain in their college work. With
uch an opportunity there should be
othin to prevent this class with
IQ: . Y , Paul Dahl
ts m a n v talents, from becoming Anon Dam er
reat in the annals of North Dakota 9
F R E S I IM E N William Dick
Robert Elsberry Henry Elvik
Woodrow Hultstrand Claude Hunter
Lola Herzog Eunice Hjelle Sherman Hoganson Anne Horton Lucille Hostbjor Victor Hultstran
Harold Hylden Stanley Jacobsen Florence Kapaun Lucyle Kapaun Joe Koyancek Valdrs Knutson
Luv erne Larson
Kathleen O,Connell Evelyn Olson
Anna McMerty Norman Nelson Carroll Ness Paul Nickel Lloyd Nygard Dorothy Bentley
Glenn Onstad Patricia Oram Martin Ouse Jeanne Paris
Helen Restv edt
Ethel Schulz Roy Sirnbalenko
Ronald Peffer Vernon Perry
Austin Ward Ralph Winters
Tomlinson Leonard Trinka Clarence Van Ray Gilbert Wagner Gordon Walhoocl Sarah Eaton
The Little Country Theater
Katherine Kilbourne ,Y ,, ,, E ..A.. , , ,Y ,, ...,A ,, ,, Editor
Elizabeth Dewey .,...ee.., eee. Associate Editor
Vinnie Olson ,.,......,. .o,.r,o,.... A ssociate Editor
Walter Ulmer o,,o,,,V...,,,ow w,o.rooo,....... A ssociate Editor
Maxine Schollander oooo,,o ....,oo, A dministration Editor
James Critchfield .r..,t..o,, ......ooo,,,.. A thletic Editor
Emma Mae Brittin oooo,,oo r.ii.,.,o,,oio,, S ecretary
Joey Burgum w,,.,.......,i,o ,,o,o,,o P hotographer
Kenneth Hanson .,..Yo,oo, .i...... P hotographer
Robert McCracken ..... ,.oo .e..eeee P h otographer
Don Putnam .ooo....oo,,oooo., Ye...... P hotographer
Don Ward ,Y,,,,,,,ot,,,,,,o ,,..,,.. P hotographer
Willa Jeanne Wells
Taylor Ulmer Dewey Hanson Halldorson Knutson McCracken
Hughes Wells Schmierer Burgum Critchfield Brekke Brittin Verne
Pederson Beall Schollander Oliver Olson Ogilvie Kilbourne
Maurice M. Benidt ,.S...,,SSSSSSSSSSSS SSSS S SSSSSSSSSSSA....SSSS B usiness
Archie Seebart ..,.SSSS... ,SS,S . ,Assistant Business
Jean Crowley ...,....ee eAee.AAe A ssistant Business
Myrle Anderson .....,,.. ..,............ A dvertising
Arthur Lahlurn ..e.,,e
Harold Hylden ....,ii,
Melvin Grondahl ....,ev
.........,...r..,,, . Assistant
Corrine Anderson arrr.rr.arar..., ai., ,.,a..,..,..,.ara.rr.ar,,.,...........,.....
Seebart Lahlum Benidt Anderson
Anderson Hylden Grondahl Crowley
Howard Hegbar ,,,o.oo,.ow .,v...o.. .,oo,,..,.,Yoooov.oo,...o.........o,,oooo,,oo,........ E d itor
Earl Mannes ooovYoooo,,o ,o..o,,o A ssociate Editor
Slg Johnson .....rv.,...,... r,,rooY,,v.,........ A ssistant
Howard Buchholtz o,,,roo, v..Y,.rr......... A ssistant
Chris Hanson ,..,rr,,.oo ,.Y,rr.r.. A ssistant
Hcgbm' Jones Johnson Mannes
Robert Schulz ....
Alton L1en ...........
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Orville Goplen .,v,,,
Phyllis Rowe ,......Y..
Lennea Frisk ...,...
George Putz e,77ee,
Jack Clason e,,e..
Sam Tolchinsky 7,eee
Barbara Gwyther William Buck
Al Murfin ,r,7s,,s,.,...,V,,r,
John Lynch ,o,,..VV,r7,r,,o..r,,,,,,,....,,r,,r
Robert Williams .,oo,o., Managing
Marjorie Arnold .,,w,s,,.,.. Associate
Kent Helland .......,,,....., Associate
Bud Thorwaldson ....aa,.....w,aa Desk
James Baccus ,iiiii,ii,,iii,i, Special
Frisk Hellcmd Buck Garbem Gruber Mahoney
Peltolrz Lynch Goplen Schurr Murfin Arnold
Kniefel Dinwoodie Gregg Gwylher V. Olson Hughes
Francis Ladvvig , ,, .
Richard Cook ,,,,,V,,e
Martin Wolf ..,A,a
Gorman King cc...
,. Y,,Assistant Business
Wolf Archer Ludwig
King Cook Keefe Critchfzeld
Benidt, Goplen. and Ladwig bet the last of
the Board of Publications money on a losing
horse at Churchill Downs while attending the
National Scholastic Press Convention at Louis-
Off to Press Convention-
The Bison Editor and the
THURSDAY NIGHT AT ULSAKER'S PRINTING SHOP
Lynch, Tolchinsky, Gwyther, Olson, Buck, Garberg, Thorwaldson, Dinwoodie, Schurr.
Elaborate military decorations were used at the
Military Ball which opened the formal dance season
on Friday, January 29, in the field house. Indirect
lighting was used on draperies hung at various places
around the Wall. The orchestra was placed on a rais-
ed, modernistic dais. Robert Sundt, architecture
graduate, was in charge of decorations, and obtained
much of the material from New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Breitenbach
The grand march Was led by William Brei-
tenbach, ball manager, and his guest Mrs. Brei-
tenbach. Second in line was the assistant ball
manager and president of Scabbard and Blade,
honorary military fraternity, Eldred Lee with
his guest Beth Oliver. Donald Buchanan, vice
president of Scabbard and Blade, with Dorothy
Olson was third in line. Cadet Colonel Sam
Westgate and his guest, Lillian Lohn, were
fourth in line.
Eldred Lee and Beth Oliver
Gwen Stenehjcm, Orville Sorvik,
Florence Phillips and Dave Cavett
During the evening, June Keefe
received the honorary commission of
battalion sponsor and Helen Breiten-
bach and Georgia Cook each received
the honorary commission of Lieuten-
ant Colonel. The presentations were
made by Lieutenant Colonel John
Jeanne Verne and James Elwin enjoying
Dancing began at 9:30 and con-
tinued until 1 a.nf1. with the rnusic
of Bert Christenson and his orches-
Alice Larson, president of Panhellenic
Council and her guest, Charles Waldron,
were first in line at the annual Charity
held in the field house, April 2. Sec-
ond in line Were Lennea Frisk, secretary,
and Walter Hinzg and Jane Schulz, treas-
urer, and Sarn Dobervich.
In the receiving line were President and
Mrs. Shepperd, Dean Pearl Dinan, Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Parrott and the senior members
of the Panhellenic Council with their es-
corts. Besides the grand march leaders,
Katherine Kilbourne and Joey Burgurn,
Mildred Peterson and Merlen Huson and
Dorothy Sharpe and Ingolf Thorson stood
in the receiving line.
Dorothy Sharpe, Ingolf Thorson,
Katherine Kilbournc and Joey
Bobbie Grigg's eight-piece band furnished
the music for the 250 couples who attended
the ball. Following the grand march at
10:00 formal dancing continued until l a.m.
Novel lighting effects and an improvised
platform for the orchestra comprised the
Proceeds of the ball are used for the
maintenance of scholarships and other chari-
ties sponsored by the group.
Chaperons were Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Wer-
ner, Sgt. and Mrs. L, L. Detroit, Dr. and
Mrs. Osmond P. Breland, and Mr. and Mrs.
Lcmzcu Frisk cmd Walter Hin
Sam Dobertich, Jane Schulz, Mildred
Peterson cmd Merlen Huson during
Jean MIl1I7All767't Bmuer
Junior Class President, Francis Lrulu-ig.
and his guest. Joyce Ogilric
Bernard Majors, Senior manager, with his guest.
Helen Edmonds, and Albert Brauer, Junior manager.
with his guest, Jean May, were first in the lines at
the first combined junior-senior ball, held in the Field
House April 30. Second in the lines were Donald Put-
nam, Senior Class President, and Lois Bartong Francis
Ladwig, Junior Class President, and Joyce Ogilvieg and
third in the lines were Robert Saunders, Senior Class
Athlete, and Dorothy Walz, and Carl Rorvig, Junior
Class Athlete and Eleanor Evanson.
Jean Mayfmbert Brauer
Joyce Ogilinie-Fmncis Ludwig
Eleanor Evmison-Carl Rorvig
Helen Edmonds-Bernard Majors
Lozs Barton-Donald Putnam
Dorothy Walz-Robert Saunders
Jack Russell and his eleven-piece orchestra from
Omaha, Nebraska, furnished the music for the most
important event in the Spring social season. Following
the grand march at 10:00 p.m., formal dancing con-
tinued until l:00 a.m.
Unusual decorations and lighting effects featured
the mural by Ray Whitver which when unveiled fol-
lowing the fifth dance proved to portray the ball mana-
gers. Features of the entertainment were the classical
violin solo by Aristides Louras and the sweetheart
Waltz, which was a medley of fraternity songs.
Senior Class President Don Putnam
and Lois Barton
Helen. Edmonds-Bernfrrd Majors
Junior Class Athlete, Carl Rorvig
and his guest, Dorothy Evansori
Honored guests included Governor and
Mrs. Langer, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Shepperd
Dean Alba Bales, Dean and Mrs. L. L. Car-
rick, Dean Pearl Dinan, Dean and Mrs.
R. M. Dolve, Dean and Mrs. A. E. Minard
Dean and Mrs. P. J. Olson, Dean and Mrs.
W. F. Sudro, Dean and Mrs. H. L. Walster
Dr. and Mrs. Trowbridge, Col. and Mrs. J.
D. Easton, Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Putnam, Mr
and Mrs. A. H. Parrott, and Mr. and Mrs
S. W. Hagen.
Chaperones Were: Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolf Ottersen and Mr. and Mrs.
T. W. Johnson.
Senior Class Athlete, Robert Saunders
and his guest, Dorothy Walz.
Ruth Cooley and
Eleanor Isaacs put
an animal act
In line for the Grand March-
Larson, E.Ols0n, Arnold, Frisk, Kaiser, Rowe, Coyne, Wieseke
V. Olson, Crowley.
and Lennea Frisk
Clowns, Ginny Smith
and Dot Bentley
"Weak-Minded Saliyj' a
by Ruth Piper,
and Lorraine Dixon.
Kent Helland, Al Strong, Robe t W ll1. Al Artz
The 15th Annual Little International Livestock Show held Jan-
uary 21. was judged the largest on record. One hundred fifty agricul-
tural students competed in the fitting and showing event witnessed
by over 800 students and townspeople. The show is sponsored annually
by the Saddle and Sirloin Club and this year was managed by Robert
Williams. John McDonald, assistant manager, will arrange for the
Marian Shigley. representing the sorority selling the most tickets,
was chosen by Phi Omega Pi sorority as mistress of awards. An out-
standing feature of the show was a hog-calling contest won by Dr.
High in competition with fifteen other faculty members. Florence
Kapaun of Ceres Hall won the co-ed milking contest and Phi Mu soror-
ity, represented by Ann Kaiser and Ruth Pinkam, won the co-ed calf
show. With these contests and the addition of the POP trio, the Kappa
Kappa Psi Band, and Bill Stewart and Woodrow Wieland announcing,
the 1937 show took on an all-college atmosphere.
On the managerial staff besides Williams and McDonald were A1
Strong, awardsg A1 Artz, prizesg Kent Helland, ticketsg and Edward
Award t Florence Kapaun, .
mzlkzng contest, Jim Osborne, prize beef winner. The Pon Tro
DEAN A. E. MINARD
The services of the United States G Men, economics, political
science, Y. M. C. A. Work and student problems, religious education, the
functions of the United States Weather Bureau, and music furnished
subjects for the 1936-1937 convocation series arranged by Dean A. E.
Minard. During the year there were several convocations sponsored
by various organizations on the campus, Blue Key, Senior Staff, and
Phi Kappa Phi.
.........Fiske Jubilee Singers
October 7 ........
October 16 ........
November 9 ....... ,,,..,. N ora Fauchald, Soprano
November 24 .,..... ......, Dr. O. VV. Warmingham
December 1 .,....,.. .......... D ixie Melody Masters
January 7 ......,. ........,.... D r. W. L. Airheart
January 14 ........ i......... D r. Frank B. Slutz
January 15 ...................... .... ......V.............. D r . Fink
January 28 .Br............................................ ..Major Booth
February 23 ...J. B. Kincer, U. S. Weather Bureau
February 25 .......................... ....... R obert Zimmerman
April 15 ............, .........,.................. G old Star Band
April 30. ,..... .. .................. Girls Singing Groups
May 5 ..... ., ......... Phi Kappa Phi-C. E. Davies
May 10 ........
The 1937 Bison Brevities, annual all-college production sponsored
by Blue Key Fraternity, chose as their production UNO, No, Nanetten,
Broadway musical comedy.
As an innovation the production was done by students Without
remuneration. A student co-ordinator, Hugh Anstett, managed the show
and Worked with the faculty members. Virginia Smith directed the
Ruth Piper and Walter Ekeren carried the leads and had a very
strong supporting cast including Justin Brainerd, Anna Jane Black,
Bob Sanders, Lois Barton, and Beverly Barnes. The dancing choruses
directed by Lois Rudrud and the singing choruses directed by Bob
Sanders and Ethel Olson, included almost fifty other students. Kinsey
Plummer directed the orchestra and did the arranging of the musical
numbers for "No, No, Nanette".
The stage sets based on the idea of simplicity were designed and
produced by Ray Whitver and James Shigley and a staff of assistants.
Probst Baccus Archer Sanders Wolf Olson
Voss Sorvilc Pollock Lee Rudrud
Smith Wolf Anstett Hegbar Verne Cole
Bison Brevities Shots Taken During Rehearsal of
"No, No, Nanetten
The girls' choruses-'resting between numbers.
Mary Jane Johnson, James Mahoney. Joyce Ogiivie. and Justin Brainerd - dancing
couples at work.
Don and Virginiaf- the popular comedy team of Smith and Putnam.
Anna Jane Black. Bob Sanders, and Lois Barton. Bob remains indifferent in spite of
Walter Ekeren and Ruth Piper, the singing leads of UNO. No, Nanettefi
The maids chorus, with di-
rector and soloist, Lois Rud-
rud. The maids are Eaton,
Ogilvie. J o h n s o n, Calhoun,
McCarthy, Kreiser, Beall and
The finale of "No, No, Nan-
ette"-entire cast, including
the two choruses. The cast
includes Brainerd, Black,
Barnes, Ekeren, Piper, Bent-
ly, Livedalen, Hocking, Bar-
ton, and Sanders.
The Married's chorus in the
background includes Brown,
McCabe, Thorson, Benson, C.
Olson, Byram and Oram.
The maids and the bache-
lors doing a routine. Bache-
lors are Nelson, Strand,
White, Mahoney, Ells, Brai-
nerd, McDunn, and Dahm.
Charlotte Cole, accompanist
for the show.
Extra-curricular activities and functions give
spice to college life. They furnish the student
with an interest outside of his scholastic Work
and round off the edges to fit him for a Well-
balanced life as a citizen of his community.
The various publications, managed and edit-
ed by students start many young journalists in
their chosen field. Musical organization, com-
posed of would-be music masters, afford an
outlet for those inclined in that direction. For
the student interested in debate and drama, The
Little Country Theater offers an excellent op-
portunity to get a foothold in these arts. Soci-
eties advance their members socially and cul-
No college would be complete Without these
activities and no college career should be devoid
of contact With them. They add the essential
of balance to college life.
C-fha ,Clttfla Ccmntnlf, C-fheatan
ALFRED G. ARVOLD
Founder of The Little Country Theater
The Lincoln Log Cabin
The Harvest Festival has as guests, members of the Bohumir Kryl
Scenes from the Village Fair, program put on for the 4H Club Day,
by the Community Programs class . . . A "make up" demonstration by
Phyllis Rowe, the result being the three witches from Macbeth . i .
Reverend Wissness, the Norwegian wood Carver shows his work . . . A l
4H club member strutting a Chanticleer costume . . . Mrs. King with
a few of her dolls . . . Phyllis Rowe and Martha Wolf watch the old
fashioned spinning process.
CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER
"Phe Mikado" Tony Surgfs Marionettcs
Kurt Jfxoss Ezzrupcmz Ballet
Bnllnclc "A Ball in Old Vienna"
Kurt Jooss EIITUDUIITI Bullet
"The Big City"
MW" -U 53
Hoge Neurnberger Naftalin Erickson Sorlie
Birlceland Mackoff Weiser Ray R. Hoag
The Lincoln Debate Club
The Lincoln Debate Club was organized on February 12, 1922.
Only students who have participated in intercollegiate and community
debates are eligible to membership in the organization.
The major question for debate during the 1936-1937 season was
Resolved: that Congress should fix the maximum hours and minimum
Wages of industry. Debates were held with teams from the Montana
State College and the University of Minnesota. Exchange debates Were
held with teams from the University of North Dakota.
The Club entered teams in the Pi Kappa Delta debate tournament
held at Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota.
Miss Vivian Luther was in charge of the debate Work.
The College Declamatory Contest Winners
1896-Ida Maude Bottenfieldg 1897-Angie Gibsong 1898-F. G. Benng
1899-Jessie E. Taylorg 1900-Edith Hillg 1901-Thomas Osgoodg 1902-
Thomas Osgoodg 1903-Neva Stephensg 1904-Mary Darrowg 1905-Neva
Stephensg 1906-Jaradine Thompsong 1907-Peter J.
Olsong 1908-Peter J. Olsong 1909-Alan Clarkg
1910-Philip Meigheng 1911-Ella Heidnerg 1912-
Clara Larsong 1913-George Wanikowske-Katherine
Laddg 1914-Genhild Gilbertsong 1915-Katherine
Laddg 1916-No Contestg 1917-Rosilla Laddg 1918
--Ethel Tousleyg 1919-Ethel Tousleyg 1920-Mar-
jorie Millerg 1921-Thomas Raeg 1922-Pearl Siegelg
1923-Robert Robertsong 1924-Marjory Gulicksong
1925-Charles Wellsg 1926-Marjory Gulicksong
1927-Marjory Gulicksong 1928-Doris Fisherg 1929
-Glen Hoopleg 1930-Ruth Olafsong 1931-Mary
Healyg 1932-Clifford Swansong 1933-Clifford
Swansong 1934-Dayton Jonesg 1935-Margaret
Hyldeng 1936-LaVerne Gilbertsong 1937-Corinne
Winner of the College Declamatory Contest
Ronwnel Jones Rooney Sanders Nelson
Smith Stenehjem Sorvik Loberg Gilbertson
Edwin Booth Dramatic Club
The Edwin Booth dramatic society was founded by Alfred G. Arvold
in 1908 for the purpose of promoting the drama on the North Dakota
State College campus. Requirements for membership include an 85
average and participation in two Edwin Booth plays. The meetings
take the form of monthly luncheons. Each term the club sponsors a
play, the proceeds being used for equipment for the Little Country
Theater. Cornelia Otis Skinner was made an honorary member of the
organization this year.
Other honorary members are Alfred Arvold, Granville Barker,
Aaron Beede, Alice Bender, Ethel Carey, Edith Cooley, John Drink-
Water, W. Fuller, Lady Gregory, Madame Borgny Hammar, Donald
Hay, Walter Hampden, DeWolf Hopper, Charles Rann Kennedy, Fred-
erick Koch, Marjory Lieberg Pearson, Delia Linwell, Percy Mackaye,
Edith Wynne Mathison, Father Ramsbottom, Otis Skinner, Bertha
Strand, Walker Whiteside, Katherine York, Clayton Hamilton, Sydney
Howard, Tony Sarg, Edith Challey Ostrem, Mary Darrow Weible, R. A.
Beard, and Vivian Luther.
"Elizabeth, the Queeff Wilfred Rommez and Elizabeth Dewey
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Department of Music
Once again the Department of Music greets the Bison under the
guidance of the Class of 1937. The Department is "carrying on" with
the old Music Hall crowded to overflowing, all the theory classes being
held in the north annex of Festival Hall. Each section of the Depart-
ment has an increased enrollment-the Music Appreciation Class numbers
thirty-fiveg the Harmony Class-twentyg Piano Class-twelveg Voice-
sixteeng Girls, Glee Club-sixtyg Men's Glee Club-twentyg the band
in three sections-one hundred thirtyg Orchestra-thirtyg Directing Class
-teng private instruction in wind instruments-twelve.
The Gold Star Band of one hundred thirty pieces presented a
full concert in November with a high class program in three parts.
The Concert Band of fifty was featured in Part One. Five Groups
presented ensemble numbers in Part Two, and the full band performed
in Part Three. During the winter the Concert Section of the band
broadcast eight half hour programs. During the Spring Term the band
presented a Convocation Concert and the other groups presented a
recital using the Menls and Girls' Glee Clubs, the string group known
as "The Singing Strings," and a piano solo. The orchestra furnished the
accompaniment for the Bison Brevities production of the operetta,
UNO, No, Nanettef' winning much favorable comment for their work.
A feature of the Department's work is the number of pupils sent
to schools as Directors of Music. Every music graduate was placed in
a school last year and reports indicate that they are all Hmaking goodf'
The Department is greatly handicapped in its work by lack of room,
teaching force and instruments. It is becoming more and more a voca-
tional department, training directors and music teachers.
The entire country has gone music minded with the past three
years. North Dakota is lagging behind the other states in not supplying
the demand for more and better music directors. Our department is
bending every effort to the remedying of this condition. The demand is
here-the supply is limited by the lack of room and equipment.
C. S. PUTNAM.
Gold Star Band
The Gold Star Band, composed of 130 members, plays for all
games and rallies. Its male members make up the R. O. T. C. band used
for military parades. The band consists of the first or concert section,
the second or intermediate section, and the bugle and drum corps. From
the second section advanced members are graduated into the concert
band by examination.
Kappa Kappa Psi
Kappa Kappa Psi, National Band Musician Fraternity, was organ-
ized in 1919 and now has twenty-nine chapters of which Alpha Mu is
located at North Dakota State College. The officers are Max Thal,
presidentg Kenneth Kroll, vice presidentg Oliver Row, secretaryg and
Woodrow Wieland, treasurer.
McDougal Waller Loomis Thompson Heuer Ccwett Plummer
Baccus Walsh Benson Sanders Hollccsvilc Rudrud
Purdon J. Watson Trotter Skow Arntson Dahl Watson
Itrich D, Putnam Doc Putnam Thcll Evers Rowe
Fisher Randall Jodock Weltzin Plath Rex Carr
Packard Bullock ROS6?lClfllll Olson Ray Carr Jamison
Magill Theoclus Van Vlissingen Elceren Anderson Cole
Men's Glee Club
The Men's Glee Club, which has been rehearsing since last fall, has
made appearances at Convocations, before the Kiwanis Club, and at the
Fargo and the Moorhead High Schools. It has also appeared on several
programs in other towns.
Mr. Ernst Van Vlissingen, instructor in voice, is the director,
The efforts of the group this year have been concentrated on the
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Italian Street Song
L .,ala O'Hara
V. Knutson, Murray, Carlson, Olson, Lee, Livedalen, Sletvolcl, L. Knucltson, Berg, Brekke,
Black, Thorson, Tiseth, Weir, Bolley, Calhoun, Brown, Gillette, Bartz, Buhrrnann
May, Stockstad, Solberg, Stoltenow, A.Davis, Yeager, E.Anderson, Baxter, Herbison, Blalceslee
D. Johnson, Matteson, Larson, W. Peterson, Piper, M. Johnson, Cook, Chase, Arnason, Kniefel
D. Davis, Elleraas, Herr. Beall. Orarn B.Peterson, Eaton, H. Pederson, Boettcher, Beattie, Halcrow.
Girls' Glee Club
Numbered among the activities of the Girls' Glee Club this year
have been appearances at convocations, radio broadcasts, and several
special programs. Small groups selected from the members of the club
have appeared on several other programs. Miss Adda Blakeslee, ina
structor in voice, is the director.
The following numbers have been emphasized during this yearls
Largo ..,...................... ......,.........,... H andel
Will O' The Wisp ................... ...... C has. G. Spross
Let All My Life Be Music .... ,t..t C has. G. Spross
Mammy Song ...,................,. ....... H arriet Ware
Boat Song ...... t...... H arriet Ware
Trees ...............t...t.........t. ............t.. C arl Hahn
Venetian Love Song t..... Ethelbert Nevin
Woodpecker .........D.,.........ttt.t,.........t,t, Ethelbert Nevin
Come Unto These Yellow Sands .....t. .... H . Purcell
Songs My Mother Taught Me t.t............. A. Dvorak
When The Roses Bloom ..........,..... Louise Reichardt
Arnold, Thal, Hawlcinson, Brandenburg
McDougal, Huntley, Olson, Trotter
Loomis, Dahl, Evers, Tweet
Smith, Piper, Hewitt, Rowe
VanderHorck, LaMarre, Plummer
Hawkinson, Dr. Putnam, Putnam
Purdon, Hanson, Wagner
Benson, Glarum, Walsh, Putz
Putnam, Heuer, Baccus, Watson
Sorvilc, Hilstad, Cavett
Dunlevy, VanderHorck, Dinwoodqie, Itriclc
Hagen, Rommel, Waller, Guclmundson
Lt. Col. J. D. Easton Major W. H. Halstead
Major E. F. Boruski Capt. A. J. Tagliabue
The Cadet Staff
Col. Sam Westgate .,......., .. ..........,.,............ Battalion Commander
Capt Don Buchanan ....... . . ...... Battalion Adjutant
Capt Stan Maynard ......... .............. I ntelligence Officer
Capt Robert Erickson ......... ........................... S uppiy Officer
Capt. Don Howland ................... ............ P lans Sz Training Officer
Howland Buchanan Erickson
Osborne Riedesel Ward
Larson Cook Anstett
Aslcegaard Skow Christensen Dilce
Nesvig Breitenbach Crane
Taylor Rustad Olson
2341 mick Fraser Reep Bruner
Osborne Hmzlcins Fay Morris
Steaenson Welch Nelson Huson
Hodgson B. Breitenbach H. Breitcnbach
Slzcfzrd Pulmlnl Olson Pflugrflfh
Rehmrmn Crane Nfmden
Borke Burns Moore Riebe
Rieclesel Slliglegr Peterson Jamison
Hill Hin: Pollock Carr
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C7'lSf8riSGTl Toman Nelson
Fitjm' Nesrig Murphy
Lee Brainerd LaMarre Severance
Pollock Farstad Cook McCabe
C?'0i0fOTd Toman Ruland
McLaughlin Larson Frendberg
Bue D. Nelson Curtis Whitver
Benson D. Taylor C. Taylor
Seeba Biewer Ludwig
Ulmer Anstett Tourtlotte
Reimer Lien Berg Redmond M. Nelson
Bronson Olson Knauer Sherwood
Tonzplcins Thompson Hognboorn Bruschwein
Morgan Rustad Olson
Huson Schoessow Vogel Askegciard Ness Christenson Detroit
Hellickson Ebeltoft Bennett Douglass Hanson Dimunrltion Taylor
Bruschivein Wee Sorenson Tagliabue Friese Hild Benson
The Rifle Team
Proving that the North Dakota State College Rifle Team could continue its domi-
nance in intercollegiate matches even after losing most of the old members through
graduation, Captain A. J. Tagliabue and team captain John Friese brought the squad
through a successful match season. After winning a long string of postal matches with
college teams from nearly every section of the country, the marksmen finished among
the leaders in the Seventh Corp Area and Hearst matches. This gave them the right
to enter the National Intercollegiate matches which were finished early in April,
Again the Bison proved themselves the steadier shots in beating the North Dakota
University team twice in succession, once decisively and once by a close margin.
These shoulder to shoulder matches with the University were fired from four differ-
ent positionsffive shots in each position.
Beginning the year with only a few veterans besides Captain Friese, Coach
Tagliabue had to develop some new talent from among the Utyrosw. In this he was
very successful and among the newcomers that developed most rapidly were Schoes-
sow, Hild, and Douglass. With these men to bolster the other crack shots that will
return next year, Captain Tagliabue should have little difficulty in building another
winning team for 1938.
October 20, 1936.
Dr. John Henry Shepperd
President, North Dakota Agricultural College
Fargo, North Dakota
Dear Dr. Shepperd:
During the college firing season, Which terminated in April of this year, North
Dakota Agricultural College Won for the third time the trophy awarded annually to
the highest school among senior R.O.T.C. units.
According to the conditions of the award, this Will entitle your school to the
permanent possession of this trophy.
It is a pleasure to congratulate you on this splendid achievement. The trophy
has never before been Won three times by the same school.
Let me express also my appreciation of your efforts to perfect your unit in
small arms practice, a matter so important for the standpoint of national defense.
HARRY H. WOODRING, Secretary of War.
On the Range
Breitenbach Nesvig Buchanan Riedesel Lee
Howland Cook Hill Seeba Redmond Knauer
Rustad. Gwyther Larson Anstett Tagliabue
Scabbard and Blade
M Co. 3rd regiment of Scabbard and Blade meets every Wednes-
day to further the aims of developing qualities of good and efficient
officers and distributing military information. Members are elected
from students in advanced military who are proficient in military and
in good scholastic standing.
The biggest social event of the year is the Military Ball, and
Cadet Hops are sponsored by the organization. It is customary to have
a dinner dance every spring.
A rifle team is entered in the national rifle matches every year.
Officers for the year are: Eldred Lee, Presidentg Donald Buchanan,
vice-presidentg William Breitenbach, secretaryg and Robert Gwyther,
Breitenbach McEnroe Olson Larson Keefc
Brittin Piper Cook Tourtlotte Burnson
G. Hawkinson Oliver Stenehjcm Arvzason D.Ha1L'ki11SOH
G UI o n
Guidon is a national honorary auxiliary to Scabbard and Blade.
national honorary military fraternity. The local chapter is B company.
The fraternity was founded November ll, 1928, at Vermillion, South
Dakota, for the purpose of promoting patriotism among its members and
to relate itself more directly with the Work of the government.
The members helped Scabbard and Blade with decorations for the
Military Ball. They served lunches at the Cadet Hops, sponsored by
the military fraternity. The annual supper party for Scabbard and
Blade members and the officers and their wives was held on February
Officers of the local chapter are Georgia Cook, presidentg Sarah
Minard. vice presidentg and Genevieve Havvkinson. secretary-treasurer.
R. O. T. C. Camp
The pistol range. This is
Frank Sorenson at bat with
the 37 mm. gun.
Maynard Nesvig scores a bulls-
eye on the pistol range.
The boys help Wayne Spring-
er greet his sister.
The army regulars help the
boys fire the machine guns.
Walt Olson, Frank Sorenson,
and four South Dakotans do
K. P. duty so that those who did
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Freclericks, Holt, Hawkins, Phillips, Pollock, Bowers, Jim On, Wellerns, Wheeler
B. Olson, L. Olson, Welsh, Springer, Miller, Erickson, Schrank, Gilroy. Olliver, May
The IQ36 Football Squad
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Uviiiicrsity of North Dakota attempting to score with an aerial attack
Bison 183 Omaha University 13
With memories of the mighty herd
which carried the Bison colors to the
North Central Conference Championship
in 1935 still fresh in their minds North
Dakota State College football fans waited
with high expectancy to see Casey Fin-
negan,s 1936 aggregation which sport
scribes were inclined to put in the cellar
in their pre-seasonal predictions. How-
ever. in their opening game against Oma-
ha University the Bison kicked the dope
bucket asunder by shattering the heavier
opposing line before a barrage of fast
blocking linemen and backs who opened
the way for the sensational running of
Ernie Wheeler and Bronke Bill Olson to
chalk up an 18 to 13 Win over the south-
erners. Wayne Springer, Watch charm
guard, repeatedly broke through on de-
fense and it was not until the last period
that the visitors broke into the scoring
via the air attack.
Bison 13g Winnipeg 33
The second game, the Bison had the
opportunity of getting some experience
outside of the conference at the hands
of the Winnipeg Rugby team Which-car-
ried off the Canadian Championship in
1935. The Canadians had little difficulty
in making yards against the Bison to run
the score up to a 33 to 13 advantage.
The climax of the game came when Soph-
omore Ernie Wheeler intercepted a pass
and showed his heels to Fritz Hanson.
former Bison gridiron great, to score
after a seventy yard gallop. Captain Bob
Erickson played his usual steady game
at defense and was the most consistent
ground gainer for the Bison through the
Bison 155 Concordia 0
The Bison sent the Concordia Cob-
bers back across the river the next week
without a first down to their credit. Bob
Erickson and Bill Olson played the stel-
lar roles in the Bison second line in a
game studded with sensational runs. It
was again the outstanding work of Wayne
Springer and big Lyle Sturgeon that
stopped the Cobber backs in their tracks
to keep them from completing a first
Bison 7g Northwestern 40
Although the Bison were over-
whelmed under a 40-7 defeat the next
week at the hands of Northwestern, the
game was one of their most creditable
performances. For two periods an in-
spired Bison team held Dick Hanley's
first string which two weeks later were
to hand the mighty Golden Gophers from
Minnesota the first setback in three
years. Coming on the field with a seven
point lead after the half the reserve
strength of the Wildcats proved too much
for the Bison who crumpled under the
opposition's offense. Ernie Wheeler gave
the fans a thrill in the last period when
he sidestepped through the Wildcat team
for 60 yards to score the Bison's lone
Bison 14g Moorhead Teachers 7
Early season Bison scores were con-
spicuous by the failure to convert ex-
tra points. The answer to Finneganls
problem seemed to be answered in the
game with the Dragons when big Lyle
Sturgeon assumed the duty of booting
the ball between the uprights. Burke,
the Dragon's sensational ball toter, fur-
Bison block Sioux pass on fine-yard line.
nished the Bison defense with consider-
able trouble in holding the visitors scor-
ing in a single figure. Bison backs
finally pushed the ball into the end zone
for the second counter to turn the Dra-
gons back 14 to 7.
Bison Og Morningside 7
North Central Conference hopes went
glimmering as the applecart of odds was
upset by a surprising Morningside at-
tack. After an opening 52-yard drive
which ended in a fumble the Bison of-
fense functioned very inefficiently dis-
playing only momentary flashes of power
against a formidable Maroon line. In
the last quarter the Maroons took to the
air to push their lone score across the
Bison 05 North Dakota University 14
Homecoming fans shook and shiver-
ed, but shouted little, as cold fingered
fumbles spelled doom to the Bison in
their annual battle with the Sioux. The
Bison set the University up for the first
score in the first minute of play by fumb-
ling on the 18-yard line. Most of the game
Was an uneventful punting duel with the
Sioux having the advantage. Again in
the last quarter a Bison fumble paved
the Way for a University score. Con-
siderably hampered by the loss of sen-
sational Ernie Wheeler through injury
the Bison offense Was quite ineffective
with May and Phillips carrying the pig-
skin to the greatest advantage. Specta-
tors Were quite surprised to see the col-
ored threat Pollard from the University
bottled up by the Bison defense.
Bison 73 South Dakota State 0
In the next game the Bison hopped
on the South Dakota State Jackrabbits
Sioux back about t be h DJ fou
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to come out of the game with a 7 to 0
win and a .500 average for conference
play. After an uneventful first half the
Bison came into the third period to stage
a long drive which ended in an incom-
plete pass. Again in the same period
the Bison began a march down the field
which culminated in a 38 yard run by
Ernie Wheeler to score the lone counter
of the game. The Jackrabbits threatened
in the last period but a fumble recovered
by Bob Millar killed their last hope to
Bison 125 Idaho University 13
Coming from behind twice, the Uni-
versity of Idaho nosed out the Thun-
dering Herd, 13 to 12, in the last game
of the season. Both the Bison scores
were made via the air with Wheeler
slinging the pigskin and May and Erick-
son each receiving. The Westerners
scored once on a pass and again on a
Bison punt blocked behind the line of
scrimmage after the Bison had held on
the four yard line.
The last game of the season, the
game with Idaho was something in the
nature of a farewell to four men wear-
ing the Yellow and Green for the last
time on the gridiron. Men lost from the
Bison football squad this spring are: Bob
Millar, Lyle Sturgeon, Wavne Springer,
Frank Welch and Captain Bob Erickson.
For the first time in the history of
the school a Bison gridder was honored
by being chosen to play in the East-West
Football Classic on New Years Day at
San Francisco. Lyle Sturgeon, mammoth
Bison tackle, turned in one of the most
creditable performances in the game and
received the praises of leading sports
writers all over the country.
Smith Clausen L!lFOUT71CLiSQ Larson Whalen Johnson
Hultstrimd Clifrrlsovt Miller Haroldson Morton King
Schrmiz Ness Olson Stefonowicz Buuley Southam Grieve
Troseth. Bcrmrm Kojrmcilc Green Sapa Peterich Schrrmk
The Baby Bison, under the able guidance of Coach Johnny Smith,
catapulted into the limelight of the 1936 football season with a de-
cisive 25 to 0 victory over the Wahpeton School of Science, North
Dakota Intercollegiate conference champions for 1936. With this win
under their skin nothing could stop the young thundering herd, not
even the favorite rival, the University Papooses, who were taken for a
26 to 0 loss in the opening event of their homecoming program. The
fast sprinter from Lidgerwood, Ed Petrich, made three of the four touch-
downs and two conversions with Wes Haroldson of Aneta making the
other on a recovered fumble. The last game of the season was played
on the eve of the North Dakota State homecoming with the Baby Bison
turning in their second conquest of the year over the Papooses. The
only touchdown in the game came during the final minutes.
Although the team lacked weight, this disadvantage was overcome
through the use of those two speedsters, Gorman King and Ed Petrich.
Coach Johnny Smith highly recommends the whole freshman squad and
turns over a group of well trained and truly efficient players to fill
the vacancies left by the graduating members of the varsity squad.
Those most likely to find berths on the first team are: Cecil Shrank
and Bob Zeller as tackles, Bernie Berman at end, Merrill Green, guardg
Joe Kojancik, center and Lloyd Troseth at halfback. The record of the
entire squad is most noteworthy for the fact that no games were lost
and no player dropped out at any time during the season making the
1936 freshman team the best in years.
BISON BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Bison ....... . S..... 40 Wahpeton Science BBBV.BBBBBB,,S.. 12
Bison ...BBBBB. .,.B.. 3 8 M. S. T. C. .... ........ ......... 1 6
Bison ...... ........, 2 7 Concordia .................. ......... 2 9
Bison .....,.... ,.... 3 3 U. of Minnesota .... ,,....... 2 9
Bison... .. .. . .... 34 Superior College ........
Bison .... . ..... .34 Jamestown College ................ 22
Bison ....r ,.....,,.r 4 8 Valley City Normal ..........,. 23
Bison... ..,. ...... 2 6 Concordia ................... ............ . .13
Bison ........ ..... 4 3 South Dakota State ..........,.,. 41
Bison ........,,...... 31 South Dakota U. .........,... ...... 2 5
Bison ................ 36 South Dakota State .............. 32
Bison ,..............i 42 Omaha University .... ......... 1 8
Bison ................ 28 Iowa Teachers ........ ...ii . .23
Bison ......,.r.r..... 22 Morningside ......................., ,... 3 7
Bison .,.. ......., 3 2 Jamestown College ...... ....... 2 9
Bison ......... ....... 2 9 North Dakota U. ........ rr....... 3 0
Bison ....r.r....,r... 26 North Dakota U. rr.. ......... 2 3
Bison .........r...... 36 North Dakota U. .... .r.....rr 5 0
Bison ................ 19 North Dakota U. .... ......... 3 4
Opening the basketball season Coach Bob Lowe,
Bison mentor, found himself with three veteran
cagers, Bob Saunders, Russ Anderson, both all-
conference men, and Wendell Kielty, as a nucleus
for his 1937 bid for the North Central Conference
The Herd swung into an eight non-conference
game schedule early in December in exceptionally
fine style by polishing off the Wahpeton Science
cagers 40 to 12. The next week the Bison had little
difficulty in topping the lVl.S.T.C. Dragons 38 to
16, but in the following game the Bison were de-
cidedly off their stride and dropped the game to
Concordia, by a single basket 27 to 29.
If Bison basketball stock dropped any when the
Herd was nosed out by the Cobbers it took a sky-
rocketing rise the next week when the Bison kick-
ed the dope bucket asunder by defeating the Uni-
versity of Minnesota cagers, 1937 Big Ten cham-
pions. Two nights later found the Bison in Super-
ior where they picked upi the second victory on
their holiday tour by winning of Superior College
34 to 26.
Bison Score on Minnesota
Returning to their own territory the Bison, in
the next two days, defeated Jamestown College
34 to 22 and Valley City Normal 48 to 22.
After wiping out their defeat at the hands of
the Cobbers in a return game by a 26 to 13 score
the Bison cagers began their regular conference
Opening the campaign with a wild, last-minute
scoring race, the Bison outpointed the South Da-
kota State Jackrabbits to win by a single basket
43 to 41 on the Jack's own hardwood.
Local fans caught their first glimpse of the
Bison in conference competition as the Herd came
from behind the University of South Dakota bas-
keteers to win 31 to 25. Co-captain Russ Anderson
played the hero role by finding the loop four times
from the field in the closing minutes to give the
margin of victory.
The Bison registered their third victory in the
conference race and their second against South
Dakota State by defeating the Jackrabbits on their
return game on the Herd floor. Staving off a
rally in the closing minutes the Herd were leading
36 to 32 as the game ended.
The next week Lowe took his herd out on the
road again and they returned home from their
two-game tour into the southern end of the circuit
where they added their fifth and sixth successive
victories by rubbing out Omaha University 42 to
18 and topping the Iowa Teachers 28 to 23.
As the last conference hurdle in the conference
race before meeting the North Dakota University
the highly touted Morningside Maroons proved too
much for the Bison cager. The Herd played even
ball with the visitors until Fraser and Saunders
left the game with injuries. The Bison defense
shattered, the Maroons made the predicted victory
a reality 37 to 22.
After meeting Jamestown College as a breather
the Bison went into the last lap of the conference
race, the Bison-Sioux cage series. In the opening
game at Grand Forks cage fans saw some of the
wildest basketball ever staged between the rivals.
The Bison led consistently until 30 seconds of play
remained and the Sioux scored to win 29 to 28.
In an almost identical kind of a game the Bison,
led by Bob Saunders nosed out the Sioux in a last
period rally to win 26 to 23 the next night.
With the conference title still in the balance
the Sioux invaded the Bison court the next Week.
The Sioux seemed at a decided advantage on the
larger floor and had little difficulty in turning back
the Herd both nights, 50 to 36 in the first and 34
to 19 in the last.
Considering the pre-seasonal ratings the Bison
cage aggregation deserves unmeasurable credit.
Out of the heavy 19-game schedule the Herd Won
14. Co-captains Anderson and Saunders were
berthed on the all Conference team. Anderson
also was the high scorer of the conference.
As a climax to the cage season the basketball
fans got a real thrill in seeing one of the most
spectacular quintets ever put on the hardwood in
the northwest when the Sioux luminaries, Birk and
Finnegan joined Bob Saunders, Russ Anderson and
Acey Olson, ex-Bison star. This aggregation of
stars topped off their post season schedule by
trouncing the famous Harlem Globe Trotters 66
Glad Maxwell Troseth Saign Fisk Stefonowicz Smith
Whalen Larson LaFourna'ise Green Ruud
Football season over, Freshman Coach Johnny Smith chose a frosh
basketball squad of thirty players. After the Christmas holidays the
squad was cut to fifteen men and practice began in earnest.
In the early part of the season the yearlings engaged with a num-
ber of local independent teams and took them all in their stride. The
Baby Bison herd almost lost their record when they came up against
the Concordia Reserves but a strong last quarter rally pulled the Year-
lings out of the hole to win 37 to 27.
After two months of strenuous practice with the varsity cagers
it was a much improved Frosh team that went to Grand Forks to play
the University freshmen. The game was a heart-breaker for the Baby
Bison. After rolling up a small lead early in the second half the
Papooses nosed the Bison out in the last minute of play to win by a
single point 30 to 29. Billy Owens, flashy University guard, tied the
score up a minute before the gun. Ted Whalen put the Yearlings out
in front again with a free throw but Owens scored again for the Uni-
versity just as the game ended.
The next week the University frosh played a return game and
had little difficulty in topping the Baby Bison 34 to 25 in one of the
roughest cage fracases ever staged on the AC hardwood. Highlights
of the game were the spectacular aggressiveness of Ted Whalen, AC
guard, offensive play of Chuck Nelson, University forward, and the
defense work of Joe LaFournaise who held the Papoose speedster,
Billy Owens to a single point.
Although the Freshman cage squad turned in only a fair record
for the season and boasted of no outstanding players, they brought out
some fast, clever ball handlers who will become excellent varsity per-
formers in years to come.
Hamilton McKee Slcow
Under the tutelage of Albert Zech, formerly one of the north-
west's outstanding fisticuffers, boxing is rapidly becoming an important
part of the North Dakota State College athletic program.
After a month of training an inter-squad tournament was held
to pick outstanding mittmen to attend the Northwest Golden Gloves
contest in Minneapolis.
Although Zech lost several of his outstanding men from his 1936
squad the results of the Northwest Golden Gloves Tournament indicates
that Bison mittmen should be ranking at the top Within the next two years.
Mike Kanski, Delmar Skow, and Sid Petrie all advanced to the
semi-finals, and Vern Iverson reached the quarter finals before he was
eliminated. All of the outstanding Bison fighters this year have at least
two years left in school and many of
them were only freshmen.
The Bison mittmen defeated the
University squad at Grand Forks by win-
ning four out of seven matches. Skow,
Kanski, and Iverson won their matches
by decisions and Bill McKee knocked out
his opponent in the third round. Burns,
Carr, and Hamilton dropped decisions to
- A week later the Bison squad re-
peated their victory over the Sioux mitt-
men by again taking four out of seven
matches. Hamilton and Iverson dropped
decisions to the upstaters and Ben Arri-
son suffered a knockout at the hands of
Martin Gainor, Sioux grid star. McKee
and Kanski won decisions and Walt
Crayne won on a knockout.
The outlook for the 1938 boxing
season looks exceptionally bright with
most of the outstanding men returning
Bowers Reep Gallagher Loomis
Cavett Erickson Maddock Springer
The Alpha Tau Omega basketball team topped the dormitory
cagers in the first game of the championship series 19 to 14, and the
next night repeated their victory 28 to 19 to Win the title.
Intramural basketball began early in January. Cage teams en-
tered from every fraternity, the Cosmopolitan Club, the Men's Dormi-
tory and the YMCA, and were divided into two brackets. The Alpha
Tau Omega cagers advanced to the finals by being undefeated in the
first bracket. The Dormitory suffered only a single defeat in the sec-
ond bracket and Went into the finals to lose to the Alpha Tau Omega
The Kappa Sigma Chi team defeated the Alpha Gamma Rho nine
to win the baseball trophy. The Theta Chi, Delta Tau Epsilon, Sigma
Phi Delta, Alpha Gamma Rho, and Kappa Sigma Chi fraternities entered
teams in the tournament.
The tournament is played off in a round robin schedule. Due to
the fact that the intramural softball tournament is played at the same
time all organizations do not enter teams.
C. Resternayer Anderson L. Restemayer
Stephan Broton Quinnild Currie
Kroll Stangeland Iverson King Joyce
Alpha Tau Omega Hockey Team
Intramural hockey Was revived this year under the auspices of
Alpha Phi Omega, scouting fraternity. The Theta Chi, Alpha Tau
Omega, Sigma Chi, Kappa Sigma Chi, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon frater-
nities entered teams Which played a round robin schedule, each team
meeting every other team twice.
In their last two games against the undefeated Kappa Sigma Chi
sextet the Alpha Tau Omega team played their best hockey to win
both games and the trophy offered by Mr. Rudy Cole, Fargo business-
man and sport enthusiast.
At the end of the intramural hockey season a varsity hockey squad
was formed from the outstanding men on each team in the inter-
fraternity league. The Bison icemen were defeated at the University
of North Dakota by a single point in two overtime periods, 5 to 6. A
week later on the local rink the Bison dropped a second game to the
University 5 to 1. They completed the season by splitting a two-game
series with Valley City, Winning the first 8 to 5, and dropping the second
4 to 1.
With the possibility of an indoor Winter sports building being
erected in Fargo, a varsity hockey team should become a regular part
of the athletic program.
Pollock Freyberg Elsberry Larson
Berget Neitzke Shaw Mc-Cormiclc
. i Rau Finsand Minard Bodlak Paris Bockwoldt
I , Tiseth Huntley Olson Crowley Stevens Murchie Scatterday
Van Vorst Hostler May Behrens Newell Prouan
w Tarplec Verne Jorclre Wenger Johnson. Lovilc Hughes
Q Rowe Cushman Wells M. .Ion cs Kaiser Moffitt
W ' A hl ' A ' '
omen s t etlc ssoclatlon
Membership in the Women's Athletic Association is open to any
student who has earned one hundred and twenty-five points by par-
ticipating in various activities, and upon being initiated one is required
Co to make twenty points a term to retain her membership.
The Association sponsors a year round sports program consisting
of soccer, basketball, riflery, and baseball. It presents letter awards to
those who are picked for the varsity teams of each major sport. When
one has earned one thousand points, she is awarded a sweater. Three
thousand points entitles one to an N. D. Blanket.
Those winning sweaters this year are Olive Murchie, Grace Grutle,
Corrine Ballard, Verda Van Vorst, Ruth Bockwoldt, and Lottie Behrens.
Those winning blankets are Ethel Olson and Emma Jordre. Meetings
are held once a month throughout the school year.
Officers of the Association are Ethel Olson, presidentg Hjordis Lovik.
secretaryg and Mary Fay Wenger, treasurer.
Peterson, Turplee, Keogh, Jolmsmz. Frisk. Bocllalc, Barnes. Finsaml. Mimlrd. Yeager, Bolley
Murray. Restvedt. Smith. May. Rau. Brittin. Newell, Prowni, Byram
During the fall term freshmen girls get training in the art
of riflery from student coaches once a Week, under the super-
vision of Colonel Easton. The 'tColonel,' as he is known has
been one of the main influences responsible for the successful
maintenance of this sport on this campus. '4Skipper',, the
Colonel's dog, is mascot for the team.
Matches of this year included the schools: Rippon College,
Louisiana State, Coe College, and Connecticut State. Girls
shooting the highest scores were: Beverly Barnes, Emma May
Britten, Jean May, Sylvia Finsand and Bernice Peterson.
The winning basketball team, a non-sorority team, was
given a dinner by Delta Psi Kappa, and the winning sorority
team, Gamma Phi Beta, was awarded a cup. Every sorority on
the campus entered a team in the tournament.
Vim Vurst Snyder Stewevrs Jrrrclre
Ping Pong Chflmmon
Team, of Womens'
Murchie Olson Bockwoldt Jordve G. Grutle Fivismid
M.Jo11cs L, Grutle Rau Wengnr Lmzilf Wells
Delta Psi Kappa
Delta Psi Kappa, National Honorary Physical Education Sorority,
was founded on this campus in 1916. The organization is composed of
members who have shown a definite interest in the development of physi-
cal education both theoretically and practically.
Delta Psi Kappa sponsors annual Ping Pong tournaments, singles
and doubles, the Winners being Ethel Olson, Jean Jones and Margaret
Portions of the meetings are devoted to professional talks and
studies of archery, badminton, and tennis.
In the Spring term a course in spring sports is offered to members
of this group. During the May Festival Psi Kapps assist with the
Those pledged this year include: Margaret Jones, Ruth Bockwoldt.
Sylvia Finsand, Luella Grutle, Dorothy Rau, and Willa Jeanne Wells.
Officers this year Were Emma Jordre, presidentg Olive Murchie, sec-
retaryg and Grace Grutle, treasurer.
Clubs and Societies
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ALPHA GAMMA RI-IO
Lohstreter Saunders Kielty J. Plath V. Plath McDonald
D. Nelson J. Hulcrow Schmidt Douglass A'rtZ
E. Nelson Jensen M. Tousszlint Strom! Birkclaml Brown,
Sholts Kluuss Schultz Larson Purdon
Bllllulll Hamilton Byrrmz H.Hz1lC1'o'zL' William
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President .................. Robert Saunders
Vice President .............. Vinton Plath Founded at Ohio State University, 1897
Secretary ...................... James Purdon Epsilon Chapter Installed, 1914
Treasurer . ..... ....... . Harold Halcrow
Vinton Plath and his
Ness in good working
Soils 'men at work in
They were la t e r
drawn and quar-
ALPI-IA TAU OMEGA
Kcoizane Reep Moore Thompson Gallagher Bowers Crwett
Brainerd, Wylie Erickson Armstrong Carlisle Stevenson
Wcslerluml Ludwig Majors Heisel Kirk Gudmunrlson
L11lVIrlrrv Form! Cmictt Goosen Donomzn S1n'ir1ger
Nulson Nims fItl'l'lSOII, Tlmrcsrm Berg t Critc'l1flclrI
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Epsilon Delta Chapter
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President ,...li,.iic.,lliiii,i...lll, Fred Heisel
glee tpresldent 'iiei' Fra1EC1S,5JaglIarii Founded at Lexington Military Academy, 1865
ecre ary ""iii" A'i'ii'i'i"" a V1 ave Epsilon Delta Chapter Installed, 1931
Treasurer .,c,c,. ,,,,,,,c R obert Erickson
Bombing Bob Erick-
son. the A. T. O.
High Gear Homer,
the campus jour-
Alcatraz, the A. T. O.
house during quar-
tain Cavett, the
chaplain during iso-
The mail arrives at
DELTA TAU EPSILON
Goebel Seclquist Nelson Krebsbfzcli Isley
Goodearl Ward Gifford J. Boulyer Fitch
Johnson E. Boulger Frendberg Flatuz L L
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Edward Boulger Walter Isley Arnold Larson
Dan Krebsbach James Boulger Gisli Johannson
Merle Gifford Robert Seaquist
Leyton Nelson George Murphy
William Vogel Oscar Flatau
President .llY.l...l,ll,l, Milton Frendberg
Vice President I l,lv.lYlY......., Don Ward
Secretary , V Sidney Johnson Founded at North Dakota State, 1930
Treasurer . l.... ,rlYl,e,,l,e W alter Isley
Where the Delt's
hang their hats.
Looks like a lumber
Walt Isley Cdisguise
Bjornson Johnsmz baugh, Smith, Wells Kinghorn Vincent
Kotz Stafford Manning Pflugmtli Springan Bolinsack
Voll Lee MCVfi1I Westlake Hanson Ouse
Anderson, Km ft Haqen. Ekeren Dinner Landon
Dunnuni Johnson Sanders Keith Moon Hoff
Beta Sigma Chapter
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Earl Bohnsack Lloyd Johnsonbaugh
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President aaa,a,,.,,a,,aaaaa.... Walter Ekeren
Vice President aaaaaaa,,,,,, nLeiber Wells Founded at Medical College of Virginia, 1879
Secretary a,,a,a......,,,. Walter Kinghorn Beta Sigma Chapter Installed, 1924
Treasurer ..... a,,,,,,, J ohn Vincent
Le Bein, Johnson
in a friendly tussel.
pitches a fast one.
on steps of Kap-
pa Psi House.
Stafford engrossed ir
KAPPA SIGMA CI-II
Kimber Currie Shultz R. Anderson Dedrick Ruud W. Anderson
Ness Hill Dahl Dalsted Jordre Strum Crane Strinden
Ford Laaueg Graves Kroll Burbidge Ellinqson Iverson Stangelaml
Lien Larson Hay Friederichs Goplen Strinden Evers
Thal Shoeffler Neumann Ridgeway Mach Winthe Hanson
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President aeaa,aa.aa,.,a..eee.eea. Harry Graves
VICE President ,aaa.aaa.aaa Robert Larson
Treasurer alaaa as aaa.... James Berdahl Founded at N. D. A. C., 1928
Secretary .aaala a.......a. D onald Hill
What, no spurs?
Phi Kappa Phi Evers
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
Arnold Brandes Garberg Benidt Brauer Thorsrud Uthus
Scebart Jenkins B. Toman Beckwith Leslie Jones Nelson
Watson Lynne Cook E. Toman Lee Pollock Gwyther
McAllen Smith Ulmer Blinn Anstett Bargain Morgan
North Dakota Beta Chapter
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President ooroooooorr L .. ,vlV1aurice Benidt
Vlge Pregidgnt V,YVVVVVV,V, Walter Ulmer Founded at University of Alabama, 1856
Secyetary ....sssssssssss ssss,,ssssA, J Ohm Cook North Dakota Beta Chapter Installed 1935
Treasurer ,ooo,oo oooooo.,.. J oey Burgum
S.A.E.'s just lollying.
The cup they might
have won. Seebart,
Elsberry and sneak-
ing in the picture,
Smith, Dalby and
Smith and barefoot
S.A.E.'s own eleven.
Breilenbach Anderson Hunkins Bouloer Buchanan Shigley
Byerly Pollock Callinan Putz Johnson Hinz
Hcimm Howland Olson Mackley Murphy Curtis
Putnam Soruik Ilce Corwin Fitjar Knauer
Dobervitch Wim Parrott Cook Nichols
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President o,co,c,o ,co..,. D onald Buchanan
Vice President Yo,o.,.... Donald Howland Founded at Miami University, 1858
Secretary .cccco c,cc..,cccccc O rville Sorvick Gamma Tau Chapter Installed 1934
Treasurer .,,co, i,,.,.o,o, F loyd Viel
Ostby and Winn
passing the time.
We'll bet Jack Benny
isn't on the air.
Orville Sorvik doing
a President Roose-
All Johnson lacks
is the joker.
SIGMA PHI DELTA
Busch Riebe Crust Bachholtz Borke Whalen
Doloe W. Olson Putnam Williams Grecnshiclds Swisher
Slocum Hegbar Yott Wulbergy Seeba Dahl Pahl
Mrmrzcs Schulf' Hcmserz Rusmcl Symilzcr Lipperiz
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President ,,,rrri...,..,,.i,rr......V. John Seeba
Vice President rrrr,r.. Howard Hegbar F oanded at University of Southern California 1924
Secretary ,..i,,,r.,r,....rrrr,.,,rrrrV. John Pahl Epsilon Chapter Installed, 1928
Treasurer ..... i,..rrr. H arold Spitzer
He who bluffs last-
Spring also brings-!
Hegbar, engineer and
first Class light
Curr Fraser Randall Fredrikson Helland
Johnson Osborne Phillips DeRose
Hughes Dllhl RO7"l7if7 KTC1L15Z
Hognhoom Millar Bjornson Neshit
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Sfjiidlffgsia-Q """'i"'i Dig iogslbofg Founded at Norwich University, 1856
Q ssss's""" fe ur 1 Phi chapter Installed, 1917
Secretary ....,rrr, ,.,..... P almer Kreutz
Treasurer .....l rrrr,r.. K ent Helland
Steve, flash waiter
at the dugout.
De Rose, Phillips,
Carr, Fink, Casarl.
Erickson Benidt Buchanan Plath Howland
Hill Ness Pflugrath LaMarre Murfin
Anderson Anstett Parrott Hogoboom H. Halcrow
The Interfraternity Council was organized to control fraternity
activities and to adjust all fraternity relationships. In addition it has
full charge of rushing, pledging, and initiation, of determining the
scholastic requirements for fraternities, of enforcing the rules concern-
ing its members, and of formulating new regulations.
To have standing permission for one out of town dance a year was
the rule sponsored by the lnterfraternity Council this year. This rule
was passed by the council and submitted to the Social Commission.
The council is composed of two members from each fraternity and a
man of the faculty who acts as president of the organization. The presi-
dent calls the meeting upon the request of some member of the council,
or when necessity demands.
Mr. A. H. Parrott is president of the council and Dale Hogoboom
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
Larson Lincoln Brandes Isaacs Aalgaard
Grant Brittin Sharpe Frendberg
Young Cooley Oman Cole Butterwlck
Beta Beta Chapter
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Grace Cole Emma May Brittin Gladys Aalgaard
Ruth Cooley Opal Fiske Cathrine Brandeg
Doris Oman Elaine Schurr
President .....,s,,,s....,.r..,,.... Ruth Cooley
Vice President ,,ss Emma May Brittin
Secretary .,...,,s. ..,.ssv,. E leanor Isaacs
Treasurer ,,ss,, ,.s,,iss G race Cole
Helen Grant I
Founded at Syracuse University, 1904
Beta Beta Chapter Installed, 1930
Doris Oman, Dorothy
Isaacs, Emma May
Brittin and Grace
Cole. the one with
the feet showing,
are called to order
by the president,
Eleanor Isaacs, Esther
Helen Grant cuts out
and the sisters
await a report.
Doris Oman, Opal
Fiske and Norma
Young talk over
the present Euro-
The girls gather
'round for the
Hollace Beall is
Thomte is gay
Ruth Barbara Lloyd
GAMMA PHI BETA
Osborne Voss Hannaher Lee Crowley Patterson
Taylor Sharp Myron Stewart B. Verne
Mills J. Verne Nelsen Schnllandcr Olson
Morris D. Anderson Wells C. Anderson Kilboarne
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Alpha Omicron Chapter
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President .......... Katherine Kilbourne
Vice President .....,..,.,... Jeanne Verne
Secretary ............. ....... J ean Crowle
Treasurer ..... ........ V innie Olson
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Betty Lou Mills
Willa Jeanne Wells
Founded at Syracuse University, 1874
Y Alpha Omicron Chapter Installed, 1930
Rhythm makers Mer-
cedes Morris a n d
Rose M a r y Lee
swing out a tune
with Virginia Nel-
son looking on.
Peg Calhoun, Connie
Taylor, and Mildred
Jeanne Verne with
an I e as t r a special
At a Monday night
son, D. Anderson,
Verne, Orant, Hor-
ton, and Sharp.
Jeanne Paris shows
D o r oth y Bentley
how to pick up
lost stitches, while
Mary Hannaher and
Grace Stewart read
the CRESCENT and
Lois Myron, presi-
dent listens in on
Betty Jane Wylie
Huntley Engle Boettcher Frislc Livedalen
M. Powers Yeager Leake Piper Stenehjem Peterson
Davis C. Powers Bach Dixon Ballard
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Sigma Psi Chapter
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President ,aL,,aeYea,......aa,aa,, Lennea Frisk
Vice President "ii"ii Pauline Huntley Founded at Virginia State Normal 1897
Secretary aaaaa a-aaaaaaa-'a- L Offame D1X0H Sigma Psi Chapter Installed. 1924
Treasurer ,i,,,, Yei.,..., H elen Boettcher
A rainy afternoon in
the K. D. rooms.
Friske and Dixon.
Secretary to Doc
Still Life, by
If you are still
puzzled, turn it
At a Monday night
supper we find
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
Piers Berg Schulz Spaulding Dewey
Schmierer Cone Breitenbach Kreiser Weir
Johnson Christ-enson Clark Simmons May
Dinwoodie Hawkinson McDowell Gregg Cook Johr
Hawkinson Danielson Harris Oliver Willson
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Gamma Tau Chapter
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Donna Jeanne Davis
P 'd ,eeee,ec....ee.,..,e..,.....
F951 ent Jan? Schulz Founded at Monmouth College, 1870
Secretary cc,... ,e..,ee, G eorgia Cook
Treasurer rr,,, ecee..,. F rances Probst
Gamma Tau Chapter Installed, 1929
Jane Schulz, president
and Mary Jane
the tea table.
Genevieve and Doro-
thy Hawkinson and
Jane Schulz look
over the scrap
P r o v i n ce president
inspects the chap-
Snow bound are Jane
Wilson, Alice Piers,
and Alice Crahan,
Schulz, Probst, Oliver,
and Johnson talk
Anna Jane Black
Betty Ann Funk
Mary Jane Johnson
Mary Beth Lewis
McNamara Langbell Carlson Peterson Parries Furcht Pinkham
Stinson Erduhl Runice Goebel Crust Hall Rowe
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Mary May Hall
Mary Elizabeth Runice
Zeta Iota Chapter
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President .ttt.tllall alit M ildred Peterson
ViC9-President eeaa-1--eeee -e-Mary Runice Founded at Wesleyan College, 1852
Se-Cre-tary ---- -YYY'---- D Ofis Stinson ZCHI IOl:l1, Chapfel' Installed,
Treasurer tttee aeee.i,. M ary May Hall
C a r l s o n, McMillan,
Rinkle, and Stinson
enjoy the lake
The cop, the calf and
the nurse. The calf
won the prize.
P a r r i e S, Pinkham,
Peterson, S t i n son
and R o w e have
tea. Miss Anderson
Spring catches np
with the Phi Mus.
Phi Mus at home.
Pastirne of sororities
PI-II OMEGA PI
M. Ninzs M. Nims Lafrson McEnroe Shigley Olson Tourtlotte
Scatterday Baas Trzcinski Lowe Maloney Provan
Cook Whalen Thull J. Jones M. Jones
McCabe Wetmore Wolf Murphy Sherwood
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President ,.ueeece. .ueueuu....,,,, A l1ce Larson
Vice President ,Kathryn McEnroe
Secretary uueeuee. eu.,,..... O live Maloney
Treasurer ueeee .Y,..,.. M ary Sherwood
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Founded at University of Nebraska, 1910
Zeta Chapter Installed, 1914
Betty Jarnison, Vern-
detta Jacobs, Mar-
garet J o n e s and
Helen Edmonds -
Martha Wolfe takes
a look o U e r the
Mary Sherwood -
must be a picnic.
Pops on the steps of
Waitresses at Pop
Waffle Supper -
Joyce Ogiluie, Vir-
ginia Bunker, and
Betty Lou Johnson
McEn'roe Frisk Peterson Schulz
Oliver Voss Larson Brittin
Stinson Cooley Stenehjem Kilbourne
Panhellenic Council is an active organization composed of the presi-
dent and a junior class delegate from each of the national Panhellenic
sororities on the campus. Meetings are held the first Monday of each
month at which the policies of the organization are outlined and prob-
lems are discussed. The council aims to promote among the sororities
on the campus a feeling of friendly relationship and to foster a spirit
of active cooperation, thereby strengthening fraternity life on the
The most important function of the organization is the regulation of
rushing activities. An innovation this year was the quota system in
pledging, for the purpose of limiting and equalizing the membership
of the six sorority chapters on this campus.
During informal rush week the council entertained at an informal
dancing party which was open to all new women students.
Each year the council sponsors a formal Charity Ball, the proceeds
of which are used for the annual scholarship award. This year the
formal was held on April 2.
The council has entertained at luncheon for the visiting national
fraternity officers of each sorority.
Panhellenic awards an annual scholarship to a girl who has a high
scholastic standing, gives promise of success in her work, and who is
self supporting in part. Emily Reynolds was awarded the scholarship
Officers of Panhellenic Council are Alice Larson, president, Lennea
Frisk, secretaryg and Jane Schulz, treasurer.
Brmidcs Fisher Martin Thompson Sliigley
Cook Jones Lce Knauer
Dice Burgum Sczsse Anstett Smith
Alpha Phi Omega
Alpha Lambda chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, national honorary
service fraternity, and formerly the Scouting Club, was organized Novem-
ber 7. 1934. The purpose of the chapter since its organization has been
one of service for its members and for the students of the college.
Alpha Phi Omega requires that its members shall formerly have
been Boy Scouts and that they shall be interested in scouting.
Alpha Lambda chapter has been interested in the advancement of
interfraternal relationships upon this campus. During the winter months
it sponsored an interfraternal hockey tournament. and during the spring
it sponsored an interfraternity sing. This group is also active in helping
the local Boy Scout Council as Well as helping on the campus during
Officers for the chapter during the year were James Shigley, presi-
dentg Joey Burgum, vice president, John Cook, secretary, Robert Knauer,
Erickson Helland Saunders Buchanan Benidt Arneson Bmndes Heisel
Ludwig Baccus Seebrt Rommel Jones Ward Gofzlen Hcgbur
Williams Sorvik Anstett Lee Ekcren Thal Spitzer Hunter
Blue Key is a national honorary service fraternity for junior and
senior men who have the required qualities of scholarship, leadership,
Each year Blue Key presents the Bison Brevities. an all college
musical comedy completely produced by students. The production chosen
for this year was UNO, No, Nanette". ln the spring term of each year
the chapter awards the degree of Master Freshman to the Freshman
student with the highest average for the past two terms. It also pays
the tuition of one junior who has had outstanding scholarship, the
award going last year to Robert Williams, junior in the School of
The chapter presents each year a degree of Doctor of Service to
the man, on or off the campus, Who has been of outstanding service
to the college. Last year Blue Key presented this degree to A. G.
Arvold. Aside from aiding the Student Commission in Homecoming
activities, the chapter directs the All-college Day events.
Officers of the group are: James Baccus, presidentg Orville
Goplen, vice-presidentg Wilfred Rommel, secretaryg and Hugh Anstett,
Mr. Brown Murphy Benldt Helland Seebart
Lynch Dewey Crowley Williams Arnold
Schmierer Cook Ulmer Burgum
Rowe Dinwoodie Olson Wattam Laliberte
Gamma Tau Sigma
To promote a greater interest in journalism as a study and a pro-
fession and to stimulate a high scholastic standing among its members,
Gamma Tau Sigma, honorary journalistic fraternity, was organized in
1925 on the North Dakota State College campus.
Besides talent and interest in the journalistic profession, one must
have one year of journalism experience in connection with one of the
college official publications, and maintain an eighty-two average in
order to gain admission to the fraternity.
The activities of the group include bi-monthly luncheon meetings
of the members, the honoring of new members twice a year, and the
sponsoring of a program that is of service to the school.
Gamma Tau Sigma entertained the Bison and Spectrum staff mem-
bers at an evening party during the winter term. The publication in
the Spectrum of Hthe theme of the week", written by a member of the
freshman class, was sponsored by the group.
Officers of the fraternity are William Murphy, president, Marjorie
Arnold, secretaryg Maurice Benidt, vice president, Walter Ulmer, treas-
urerg Mr. T. W. Johnson and Mr. Willard Brown, faculty members.
Steig Iverson Jones Rooney Riedesel Sevrinson
Bach. Gilbertson Lawritson Russ Stockstad Vejtasa
Oman Johnson Murplly Arnason Gessner
Kappa Delta Pi
Kappa Delta Pi, National Honorary Society of Education, has
become an active organization this year having monthly meetings and
attending regional conferences. Its purpose is to study present day
problems and trends in education, to foster high scholarship, interest
and research, and honor achievements in the field of education.
Honorary members elected because of special achievements in-
clude: P. J. Iverson, L. A. Steig, Charles Sevrinson, and E. H. Jones.
The officers for this year are: La Verne Gilbertson, presidentg
Eunice Arnason, secretary-treasurerg and Glenn Lawritson, councillor.
Whitehead Buchholtz Shigley Henning
Rustad Berget Walsh Trotter Haugsjaa
Kappa Tau Delta
Kappa Tau Delta is an honorary architectural fraternity organ-
ized to promote interest and study in architecture. Members are elected
from students in architecture who have a high scholastic average.
A party is given annually. Officers for this year are: Knute
Haugsjaa, presidentg James Shigley, vice-presidentg and Arnold Rustad,
Hoge Martinson Foster Buchanan Saunders Smith Bullock
Larson Evers Rommel Heqbar Sawby Coyne
Gilbertson Spitzer Thompson Winn Halcrow Neumann Jordre
Phi Kappa Phi
Phi Kappa Phi, National Honor Society, has as its prime object
the emphasis upon scholarship and character. lt seeks to foster learning
and mental achievement in the American college and university student.
Phi Kappa Phi makes no distinction among the various branches
of learning. Honor students in all departments are equally eligible to
membership. A maximum of ten percent of the graduating class may be
elected to membership in any one year.
Members of Phi Kappa Phi in the class of 1937 include Donald
Buchanan, Ralph Bullock, Phyllis Coyne, Charles Evers, Richard Foster,
Laverne Gilbertson, Harold Halcrovv, Howard Hegbar, Arwin Hoge,
Emma Jordre, Alice Larson, Earl Martinson, Leslie Neumann, Wilfred
Rommel, Robert Saunders, Cyrus Sawby, Ralph Smith, Harold Spitzer,
Harold Thompson, Clifford Volkerding, Harlan Winn.
Larson Trzcinski Crowley Schulz Behrens
Hoge Myron Maxon Molland
Danielson Jordre Reynolds Olson Kilbourne
Phi Upsilon Omicron
To carry out its program of professional work, Phi Upsilon Omicron,
national honorary home economics fraternity composed of fifteen juniors
and seniors who have fulfilled the requirements for membership of pro-
fessional attitude, scholarship, and character, has concentrated its efforts,
time, and money this year at the Fargo Nursery School. Its first plan
was the equipping of an unused space in the basement of the house as
a Workshop for boys. The girls stenciled the walls with appropriate
designs after they had been painted and furnished a work bench and
tools. For the girls, Phi Upsilon Omicron furnished a housekeeping
room. This Was equipped with tubs, ironing boards, stoves, dishes, and
other household furnishings which provided amusement and training
ln addition to its professional work, the organization gave luncheons
for the outstanding 4 H Club and May Festival girl participants to Whom
they presented gifts of pottery for exceptional achievement and spon-
sored a meeting of Tryota Club. Each term the group gives a tuition
scholarship to an outstanding girl in home economics.
Officers this year have been Emma Jordre, president, Lila Maxon,
vice president, Katherine Kilbourne, secretary, Dorothy Molland,
Schulz Dewey Olson
Kilbourne Coyne Larson Jordre
Senior Staff, honorary service organization for senior women, was
established for the purpose of giving aid to the Dean of Women.
A scholarship is awarded annually to a worthy girl of high scholastic
standing. The recipient of the award this year was Betty Jamison. The
publication of the women's honor roll is sponsored by Senior Staff.
Among the social activities sponsored by senior staff were a supper
for women transfer students, two Spinster Skips, and two all-college
dances. An innovation this year was the all-college dinner given in
honor of the Homecoming Queen.
Proceeds of the Spinster Skips were used in the purchase of six
metal floor lamps. These lamps are to be used for parties in Festival
Hall and the Field House.
The officers for the year were Elizabeth Dewey, president, Phyllis
Coyne, vice president, Katherine Kilbourne, secretary, and Jane Schulz,
Rush Krebsbach Martinson Lee
Hegbar Dolve Larson
Winn Hanson Sawby Frolund
Tau Delta Pi
Tau Delta Pi is a local honorary engineering fraternity founded by
the engineering students May 29, 1930. It serves primarily as a form
of recognition for high scholastic attainment of engineering juniors and
This honorary group makes two awards annually. The engineering
sophomore who attained the highest scholastic average during his fresh-
man year is awarded a log-log duplex slide rule. This year the slide
rule was awarded to David Askegaard who is registered in administra-
tive engineering. An award is made for the best individual project
placed on exhibit at the annual Engineers Open House.
The officers for this year include, Howard Hegbar, presidentg Ken-
neth Frolund, vice presidentg Earl Martinson, secretary and treasurer.
Qulffa and Socletlaa
Weir Bolley Schulz Koller McEnroe Tourtlotte
Hoge May Mollarzcl Widdejield Engle
Wattarn Rinkel Myron Hildre Reynolds Lunde
Kilbourne Verne Johnson Kaiser Ballard
During the year the Art Club sponsored a series of four exhibits
of paintings by living American Artists. Such pictures as "The Kid"
by' Isabel Bishop, 'The Village Churchl' by Emil Ganso, t'Apples" by
Henry Lee McTee, "Plum Girll' by Maurice Sterne and "The Boat",
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y eter Blume, which are considered some of our best modern pictures,
To replace the annual formal dance, the club has decided to build
up a picture library of a number of types of pictures from all the
periods, including the modern. These pictures will be rented to students
each term or longer for a small nominal fee, in order that students
may have pictures for the Walls of their rooms.
A display of Japanese pictures and Christmas cards Was shown
shortly before Christmas. The proceeds were used to buy dishes for the
Art department in order to facilitate potlucks now held by the Art Club
Seventeen new members were initiated into the club this year.
Officers of the club include Corinne Ballard, presidentg Carol Lunde,
vice-presidentg Evelyn Wattam, secretaryg and Francis Tourtlotte
Fitch R, Peterson Borke Riebe Foster Whalen Greenshields
Sktarie Putnam Jordre Penman Van Ray Williams Pahl
Ulmer Kafer Platt Benson Josephson Melary Rowe Brunsvold
Thuring Mannes Hanson McMahon L. Peterson Friese Bruschwein
American Society of Civil Engineers
Membership in the American Society of Civil Engineers, a national
organization, includes both students in civil engineering and graduates
in that profession.
An educational program, usually in the form of illustrated lectures,
is carried out at the regular meetings of the organization.
The society plans and is in charge of the annual open house of
the School of Engineering during the May Festival.
The officers of the year are: Richard Foster, president, Edwin
Wheeler, vice-president, and Theodore Whalen, secretary-treasurer.
Dyson Raymond O'Laughlin Shigley Whitehead Englesmd
Walsh Cushman McCutchecm Muclcley Larson Whitver
Trotter Allen Meland Hess Cool: Rustad
Hopperstarl Henning Jones Huntoon Brude Haugsjaa
Atelier Chat Noir
All students registered in architecture and architectural engineer-
ing are eligible for membership in Atelier Chat Noir. The black cat Which
decorates the roof of the engineering building is the symbol of the
The purpose is to band together students and faculty members of
the architectural department and to stimulate interest in the pursuit
of architectural knowledge.
An annual party is sponsored by this group and this year promi-
nent students on the campus were invited as guests.
Officers for the year include: Arnold Rustad, presidentg Darrel
Hamlet. vice-presidentg James Shigley. secretary-treasurer.
Brown Barton V. Knutson L. Knudtson Shigley Lowe
Lee Sellrber Smith Murray Theobald Thorson Hocking
Ceres Hall Club
Something new in activities this year for the Ceres Hall Club was
Open House at Ceres, held one Sunday during the winter term. Visitors
were shown through the entire dormitory and were afterwards enter-
tained in the parlors with a musical program.
Dorm pajama parties were popular this year, and among them was
a Christmas party to which Santa Claus brought presents for all the
girls. A party was given in honor of Miss Esther Wendland, the college
nurse, when she left for Wyoming. Dorm dinners were given through-
out the year.
The Ceres Hall Council, made up of two members from each cor-
ridor, was given practically full disciplinary power over the dormitory
this year. The Council held weekly meetings, at which problems and
activities of the dormitory were discussed and punishments were dealt
out to offenders of dormitory rules.
The officers for the fall term were Cloyce Hocking, president,
Beverly Barnes, vice president, Deane Murray, secretary, Caroline
Brown, treasurer, and Mable Theobald, press reporter. The officers
during the winter and spring terms were Marian Smith, president,
Marian Shigley, vice president, Valdis Knudson, secretary, Lois Barton.
treasurer, and Beverly Barnes, press reporter.
Sulerucl Vallagher Jodock Rasrnusen Fisk Pryor Larson
Acker Solberg Lundgren Foster Robinson Holm
Wenger Knudson Read Crawford Tandberg Ness
Hovi Zbytovsky Elliott Dirnunation Snyder Kraling
Kapaun Ecker Armstrong Ordahl Haugsjaa Moen Greenshields
The Cosmopolitan Club was organized in 1929 for the purpose
of giving the non-sorority Women and non-fraternity men on the campus
the opportunity for social and instructive contacts. During the year
term parties and open houses are held, the annual attraction being a
taffy pull. Prominent speakers, skits, musical numbers, and impromptu
speeches by members form a part of every meeting, followed by a social
hour. Meetings are held each Monday night in the College "Y",
At present, the Cosmopolitan Club is composed of eighty-two
members, all of whom are interested in the functions and achievements
of the club. The club takes an active interest in campus affairs, having
representatives in nearly every campus organization. The policy is that
of an unbiased attitude in all affairs, and of aiding self-expression of
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB OFFICERS
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Vice-president ..A .. A......,. A bener Jodock
Secretary .......,.,.A ...,......, D orothy Moen
Treasurer .........ew....,... ,e,..... H elen Greenshields
Program Chairman ...,,. ..,,r,e G eraldine Acker
Social Chairman ...C ee,.,..... M arjorie Hansen
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB EXECUTIVES PLANNING A
PROGRAM FOR A MEETING
Haugsjaa Wenger Grcenshields Fisk
Peffer Switzer Jacobsen Keating Walker Fa'r'r
Sunde Blegen Gassvnan Muffin Rehvnann Farstad
Solberg Schurr Carlson Seeba Christensen Iverson
Kukowski Arntson Beck Mason Gwyther Dahl
Hoganson Thompson Evers Thal Spitzer Rowe
The Chemists' Club is composed of students and faculty members
of the Department of Chemistry. The meetings are held on the first
Thursday of each month. The function of the club is to promote interest
in chemistry, to promote social contacts within the department, to give
the students previews of the Work and fields which lie ahead of the
Programs are held which consist of talks and papers presented
by faculty and student members. When possible, outside speakers are
obtainedg films pertaining to chemistry are frequently shown. The
club publication is the 'fRetort'l, which is devoted to Work carried on
within the department and is published annually.
The officers are: Robert Gvvyther, presidentg Dan Farstad, vice-
presidentg Paul Christensen. secretaryg Max Thal. treasurerg Charles
Evers, HRetort" editorg Dr. Sunde, advisor.
H.Schulz, E.ArrLtsorL, K.ArrLtson, A.Schulz, V.Rider, V.Rice, E.Rice, E.Sellerucl, Elrik
Piehl, Botmart, Sakshaug, Hallderson, Iuerson, Hoge, Bartz, Anderson, Hoge
Weiser, Boebel. Brekke, Ebeltoft, Lang, Heuer, Ordahl, Arntson, Mickelson, M.Weiser
Elleraas, Ivers, Hofstrand, Halldorson, Mjovig, Tuff, Stockstad, Thue, Erickson
Lutheran Student Association
The Lutheran Student Association of America was organized at
Toledo, Ohio, in May, 1922. Membership in the organization is open to
every Lutheran student on the campus of every institution of higher
learning in America. Its purpose is to promote Christian living, to
develop strong Christian friendships among its members, and to build
up a national and international fellowship of Lutheran students through
2 Last fall, October 2-4, the North Dakota State College chapter of
:he association was host to the Northwest Regional Conference, which
included student representatives and faculty advisers from thirty col-
leges in the region, which covers North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana,
Western Minnesota, and Manitoba. Last summer, the local chapter was
represented at the national summer conference camp held at Acono-
mawac, Wisconsin, by its president, Harold Schulz.
The chapter meets every Sunday afternoon to hear prominent
speakers discuss vital Christian problems. Student talent is also made
use of on the programs. An informal supper, followed by a social hour,
completes the meeting. An interesting spring feature is exchange pro-
grams with L.S.A. chapters of neighboring colleges.
Officers for the association are Harold Schulz, president, Marjorie
Rooney, vice-president, Ethel Botman, secretary, Phillip Garberg, treas-
urerg and Angelin Tesdell, adviser.
Peffer Ward J. Boulger Seaquist
Clemens H. Anstett Majors Hylden Koller
Neitzke E. Boulger Murphy Pfeffer
Edmonds M. Anstett King Kaiser Powers
The Newman Club, a Catholic Student Organization, is affiliated
with the National Federation of Catholic Clubs.
The aims of the club are to instruct members in religious matters
and to provide for the social needs of its members. These purposes are
accomplished by giving informal dances which are held at least twice a
year and by sponsoring a convocation which is held during the spring
term. A prominent speaker this year was Bishop A. J. Muench.
A weekly bulletin, published by Father Leo Divorshak of St.
Mary's Cathedral, is sent to all Catholic students on the campus. Com-
munion breakfasts are also sponsored once a term. In September of
each school year a reception tea for new and old students opens the
activities of this organization.
Officers are elected in the spring term. This year the officers
are: Bernard Majors, president, James Boulger, vice-president, Winni-
fred Clemens, secretary, and Mary Koller, treasurer. There is an active
membership of eighty-five students.
McDonald, Josephson, Vallagher, Benidt, Calkins, Fisk, McIntyre, Ness, Lohstneter, Carr
Olson, Gilbertson, Stevens, Mahoney, Robinson, Sulerud, Ydstie, Melsted, Trzcinski
Bergren, Brindle, Nygarol, Plath, Bale, Volkcraling, Jensen, Osborne, Fisher, Bullock
McGregor, Brown, Folden, Matz, Kvamme, Artz, Paasch, Toussaint, Birkeland
Anderson, Holm, Knudson, Erickson, Ford, Benz, Williams, Read
Mauer, Ebeltoft, Giffey, Halcrow, Monteith, Armstrong, Clason, Byram, Bellamy
Saddle and Sirloin
The Saddle and Sirloin Club is the largest organization of students
in the school of agriculture. It serves socially by promoting a club dance
and picnic for its members. Programs and speakers entertain at meet-
ings. The All College Barn Dance, Where overalls and aprons are cor-
rect formal attire, is sponsored by this club. Frank Johnson of Cassel-
ton Was the manager of the 1937 formal.
The club serves the school and especially agriculture by sponsor-
ing the Little International Livestock Show, the College Livestock Judg-
ing Contestg and organizes the various agricultural activities for the
High School May Festival contests.
The portrait of an outstanding farmer is placed in the club room
Hall of Fame each year. The club also contributed financial aid to the
Livestock Judging team which competed in the college contests at the
Texas Centennial and International at Chicago.
The officers for the past year were Harold Halcrow, presidentg
Merlin Toussaint, vice-president, Sigurd Melstad, secretary, and Kent
Piers, Tiseth, Widdifielol, Boclcwoldt, Koller, Weir, Putz, McEnroe, Carlson
Wilson, Stoltenow, Moen, Grutle, Kennedy, Voss, McDowell, Crahan, Engle, Hildre
Bork, Baxter, Anderson, Wenger, Hoge, Reynolds, Sandstead, Hawlcinson, Olson
Rowe, J. Verne, Wattam, Johnson, Brown, Sherwood, Whalen, Dixon. McCabe, Davis
Tryota Club is an honorary home economics club for girls. The
aim of the club is to broaden the viewpoint of college girls toward
home economics, and to create an interest in Phi Upsilon Omicron,
national honorary home economics sorority.
The first meeting of the year acquaints freshmen with the club
and its activities. Sophornores and juniors in home economics who have
planned the most interesting projects during the summer present them
at this time.
The fall term meeting consisted of a style show presented by Mrs.
Thorson of deLendrecie,s department store. The object of the show
was to present to the girls a typical college wardrobe for a reasonable
amount of money. Models for the style show were chosen from club
Election of members is the major interest of the winter term. All
freshmen and upper classmen with an average of 80 are eligible for
membership. Initiation, a candle light service, is very impressive, and
is held in the art studio.
luers, Botrnan, Aalgard, Gorder, Sakshaug, Bodlak, Lowe, Lee, Paris, Funk
Holm, Kraling, Larson, Newell, Stevens, Theobold, Brandt, Leake, Carnahan, Roderick, Johnson
Hocking, Juhlke, Berger, Chase, Smith, Huunaohreus, Provan, Swisher, Froling, Johnson
Herr, Hofstrand, Anderson, Handy, Haas, Johnson, Schollander, Weiser, Eaton, Reed
Tryota held a joint meeting with Phi Upsilon Omicron at which
Mrs. Leon Metzinger presented some very interesting high lights about
hobbies. Her talk was an incentive for development of worth while
activities during leisure time.
A new tradition was started this spring for the benefit of senior
girls in high school. Attractive garments from both freshmen and
sophomore clothing construction classes were modeled for a large num-
ber of spring graduates. Jeanne Verne was in charge of this presenta-
tion assisted by Miss Minnie Anderson, faculty adviser. Mary Sher-
wood, president, portrayed a queen, for whom the dresses were shown.
The wind-up of the year is the annual picnic with the Saddle and
Each year brings a few more activities into the program of Tryota
which now holds a prominent place on the campus.
The officers for this year are Mary Sherwood, president, Luella
Grutle, vice-president, June Sanstead, secretary, and June Lowe,
Graves Fisher Hutchins Helland
Elceren Ludwig Frendberg
Birkland Jones Sweitzer Goplen
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet
New impetus to Y.M.C.A. work on the campus was furnished with
the employment of Richard Sweitzer, young Iowa State college gradu-
ate, as secretary. It was the first time in recent years that the Y has
had a full time man in charge of its program and Sweitzer was suc-
cessful in projecting Y ideals and purposes into a worth while campus
The fall term program featured an intensive freshman orientation
week, informal parties, open house, stag parties, a Christmas kiddies
party for underprivileged children, and classes for beginners in dancing.
Highlight of winter quarter activities was the four-day appearance
of Dr. F. B. Slutz of Dayton, Ohio, under the financial support of the
Y.M.C.A. His lectures, open forums and conferences emphasized relig-
ious aspects of life, vocational guidance and personality development.
During the spring quarter the Y.M.C.A. held their annual hobo mas-
querade ball and sponsored a series of speakers in a panel of discussions.
Entries were also made of teams in intra-mural baseball, basketball and
The Y Dugout, lunchroom and game room, again proved the popular
between class hangout for collegians.
Officers of the Y.M.C.A. Cabinet were Orville Goplen, presidentg
Dayton Jones, vice president, Kent Helland, secretary, Bernard Hutchins,
treasurerg Walter Ekeren, student representative.
Crowley Minard Schulz MCEHTOG
Carlson Arnold E. Olson Larson Hoge
Rowe May V. Olson Kaiser
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet
The Cabinet, governing body of the Y.W.C.A., is composed of the
officers of the organization and twelve other girls selected by the Cabi-
net for their outstanding interest and Work in the Y.
The first project sponsored by the Y.W.C.A. each year and admin-
istered through the Cabinet under the direction of the vice president is
the campus sisters, organization of upper-class Women who aid freshmen
through orientation and registration.
Charm School, discussion groups for all women students, and Blue
Monday teas, informal social functions are Weekly affairs sponsored
by the Y.W.C.A.
The co-ed prom, a costume party for Women students is held each
fall term, and the basket social is an event of the Winter term. Each
term the organization holds an all-Y meeting.
In conjunction with the Y.M.C.A,, the Y.W.C.A. sponsors the
Christmas Kiddies' party for underprivileged children and open houses
for all students.
Officers of the Cabinet this year are Ethel Olson, president,
Vinnie Olson, vice president, Phyllis Coyne, secretary, Phyllis Rowe,
Mollrmd Voss Frisk Brarzdes Crowley Olson
B. Verne E. Larson A. Larson Leake J. Verne
Stinson Butterwiclc Rowe Cook Dady Hanson
The Women's Senate, governing body of all Women students, is
composed of representatives from the seventeen Women's organizations
on the campus. Undertakings for the benefit of women students are
discussed at the monthly meetings of the group.
The special interest of this year has been the lobby outside of Dean
Dinan's office in Old Main. The girls have purchased furniture and
promoted its use as a lobby for Women.
In keeping up the Womenls lounge at Science Hall, the Senate pro-
vided the room with furnishings.
Following the precedent of last year, an all college tea was given
The officers for the year were Jean Crowley, president, Phyllis
Rowe, vice president, Marjorie Hanson, secretary, Evelyn Larson, treas-
urerg Dean Pearl Dinan, adviser.
IWW ' .
cmflnten Camp uh
Big sisters showing the freshmen
the ropes. Included are Marjorie
Arnold, who is handier with the
piano and vocal chords than with
the typewriter, Vinne Olson, chair-
man of Campus Sisters, and
Power House Dayton Jones is
going into ecstacies over some petty
registration event for the photog's
benefit. Always the actor! Marion
Smith, who really isn't frightened,
is the object of his inflection, while
Lennea Frisk, who dabbles into
everything collegiate, is in the
Dean Alba Bales, and Marcia
La Grave are cooking something
up for a home economics course.
D e a n Minard philosophically
pours over the college curricula for
the nth time for the benefit of
Andy Peterson, the innocent by-
stander. Mary Horner, with the
Mona Lisa smile, and stenographer,
Ruth Clausen, sit with their teeth
in their mouths.
Dr. Hunter, history department
head, registers Carl White, the one
with the puzzled look.
As the Old Main Bison looks on
and snorts at it all, James Blinn
and Don Erickson are getting
ready to pay their late registration
Dean Minard boosts for the fac-
ulty at the faculty-senior baseball
game on all-college day.
Jim Ganaway, the "ag" man
Miss Minnie Anderson, head of
the clothing department. Who
directs the creation of personality
clothes for the college co-eds.
Doc Sunde, chemistry professor,
who teaches to the Home Ec gals
the dreaded organic.
Homer Brown Huntoon, famed
for the Bronze room, rustic cabin
at the lakes, piano playing at fresh-
men orientations, Mexican shoes,
and lastly the signature with the
Dr. Dedrick working in the
Remember the quantity cookery
luncheons? Here's the chief hos-
tess, Miss Elvira Smith, head of
the foods department.
The teacher trainer in home eco-
nomics, Miss Lucille Horton.
Freshmen gathered at their
forges in the Engineering Building.
The "glass eye gang," a class of
civil engineers surveying.
Herbert Peltola and Reuben
Smith inspect the machinery in the
Charles Evers and Dan Farstad
compare results in the chemistry
Mildred Hess, the lady architect
studiously at work on a sketch.
Florenz Dinwoodie pauses before
calculating results in chemistry lab.
The "orchestra leader", Bill
Walsh, as a diligent planner of
The t'Hand of Fate", one of the
electrical engineers as he studies
his blue prints.
The senior "electricals" design
alternators, the above blue print
was from this class.
Picture of a drug addict looking
over the college situation. Glenn
Cook, president and front man for
the Bison Alumni Association and
owner of Fargo's Cook Drug Com-
pany. We also see part of the
knot-hole gang, wandering about,
as usual, in the reserved seat
LaMoure life guard and campus
breeze, Gordon Brandes. They had
to tie the mike down with a
handkerchief when he started to
breath into it. Brandes is reading
names of Whisker contest winners.
Bearded chief of student commis-
sion and most versatile man on
campus, Robert Saunders of Man-
dan and Alpha Gamma Rho. He
looks a little frowsy with home-
coming beard, but turn to Junior-
Senior prom pictures for his other,
Beau Brummel side. He is a triple
thicat man: Clark to Keefe to
Walz. Late News-to Barton, also,
which raises his ante one.
All he needs is a bag-pipe, a real
highlander - Edward Scott, the
whisker champ, whose face looked
like the YMCA doormat after a
10-hour day. Scott is taking agri-
culture as you might have guessed,
but is not a sheep herder.
Barber Oscar Olson, who hung
out his striped pole over on the
Flynn corner way back when
crowds used to turn out for de-
bates, judges the beards for the
Some young shavers from the
SAE house get some pointers on
fuzz cultivation from an old hand
at it. The adolescents from left
to right include Ed Toman, Benidt,
Ward, Burgum, Elsberry, Ulmer,
Arnold, and Uthus.
John Howard, NDU band leader
conducts UND-AC bands between
halves of homecoming game. How-
ard is big enough to conduct three
bands, but the Walsh-Sanders band
was busy that day. Although the
sour notes cannot be seen in the
picture it was too cold to tongue
a cornet that day.
It looks like the changing of the
guards, the Coronation or some-
thing. Queen Lennea Frisk sits on
the gas tank while Red Crane,
Don Hill, Walt Ulmer, and the
other fellows stand about. There's
room for two more in the front
Vaseline peddlers from Grand
Forks heading south on broadway
during NDAC homecoming parade.
They are in their UNDies. Norma
Peterson, former NDAC co-ed, is
Crowd waits for queen. Crowd
gets queen Cwith Jerry Reep
sneaking in for a half-profile
viewb. The queen gets the crowd
with her smile. That is no mis-
quito net, as the weather was
colder than a refrigerated fish.
Banquet for Queen Lennea Frisk,
for 50 cents a throw, and spon-
sored by Senior Staff. Included
are Marj Arnold, Sarah Minard,
Phyllis Coyne, Ruth Cooley, Lib
Dewey, Don Howland Cwith bland
lookb, Harry Graves, getting a
candid squint at the candid camera
man. You can just see the brains
of Dr, and Mrs. W. C. Hunter
rising out from the lower right
Sorority floats. "Time will Tcllw
entry of Alpha Gamma Delta leads
the parade. Running second is
Anna Jane Black, on KKG's entry,
The Kappa Deltas plow thru for
the winning float of the day.
Shirley Parizek is at the plow.
The ATO's got some more silver-
ware out of this deal. Float de-
picts parallelism between Lief
Ericson and Bob Erickson, who
both picked up a lot of yardage.
ln the background is the Empor-
ium which burned and provided a
Roman holiday one night after a
Gamma Phi Party.
ATO's strut their "Time Marches
On" float between halves at Home-
Showing transition from covered
wagon to machine age. Notice
Chevrolet ad in background. This
is the Cosmopolitan Club float.
Looks like a Communist meeting,
but probably is just the fcrmation
of a pep rally.
A jam session in which Harry
Curtis, Bill Arnold, Ruth Piper
Cwith tonsils expcsedb, Tloree-Bears
Gudmundson, who got the ATO's
in a heat rash over Scarlet Fever
streptoccocci, and others swing out
with some college spirit.
This is not ring around the rosy,
but college spirit cropping out on
Before and afterflt took a night
of marauding to build and fifteen
minutes to burn it down. No Won-
der the collegians get distorted
viewpoints on life. Oh, the futility
of it all!
Festival hall, Where they used to
play basketball. Building now
used as freshman signboard and
auditorium for Tibbett and other
Al Brauer, dugout romeo is not
looking for a prom date, Cthe
Kap:jxa's live too closeb he can't
be ordering fresh rolls either be-
cause this picture was not taken
on the first day of the month.
He is just sitting there. Below,
Stevens can hold more than that,
but Why should he gorge him-
self on coffee.
Too many fathers and mothers
will read this book. We couldntt
take a typical picture so Jerry
Reep Cof all people? is pictured in
a serious mood. Harlan Winn is
just an occasional Visitor. He says
"three times a day is enoughf'
If you haven't met the first
prize Calmost said ping pong play-
erb here he is with all the cute-
ness that is his. Sig Chi Johnson
asked us to snap this one.
This game is neither on the
level nor will it be paid for. Just a
lull during convocation.
June Keefe and Lois Olson hold
down the first six booths in the
hangout for a Gamma Phi coffee
Frog LaMarre and Francis John-
son are pretty good friends. At
least Frog got two votes in every
election in the last three years.
Kent Helland and Virginia Smith,
and are we contented! Why
shouldn't we be -- the Brevities
were good weren't they?
"Greased pig" Majors and Man-
ny Ladwigls girls. Typical of
Majors, isn't it? Ladwig will like
De Nelson and Mary Mahlman.
They clon't need their love to keep
them warm-they wear overcoats.
Kenny Hanson lays away that
filthy pipe after dark and tells
Mavis McCain about the birds and
bees. They're a riot.
Gertrude Murphy and Maynard
Nesvig. Always together!
Dorothy Hawkinson a n d Don
Putnam playing behind the bars
at the LeChateau.
Lois Barton and her first sucker.
One of those pajama parties held
in Ceres Hall on dark winter
nights. In the background are
Carolyn Brown, Donna Jeanne
Davis, Virginia Brown, Marian
Smith, Jane Wilson, Jane Lawyer,
and Joyce Ogilvie.
Stenehjem, Hawkinson and Piper
cn the way to the Forks.
Why shouldn't Jane Schulz stay
home with her books since Sammy
is snowbound out there?
Lillian Chow of China arrived
early last fall to give Majors a
30 cent scoop cd' a feature story.
The Nimms, Madaline and Mar-
jorie, all dressed up and ready to
Grace Stewart, Jean Crowley,
and Mary Hannaher talk over the
possibilities of a 40 bushel wheat
crop and the value of corn as a
Santa Claus explains that if all
Ceres girls will stay off the fire
escapes, keep hours, and develop
themselves, they will find frater-
nity pins in their stockings and a
smile from Miss Ewald. That isn't
a stocking at the left but a Hose.
aorcflventifgincg, and? fDlnactonL3
Scene on Red River
The Staff of the 1937 Bison feels that it must express
sincere appreciation to the advertisers in the following pages.
To the students we say it would be impossible to pub-
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for the advertisers.
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Airheart, Walter Lee, M.A., B.D., Ph.D.,
Anderson, George E.
Anderson, Minnie A., M.A., 20, 219
Arnold, J. Elwood, M.S.
Arvold, Alfred G., B.A., 20, 110
Bailey, Robert W., M.A.
Baker, George J., M.S.A.
Bales, Alba, B.S., M.A., 20, 53
Barton, Orla Avery, B.S.
Beard, Marguerite L.. A.B., 118
Bell, Florence, M.A.
Bender, Alice McConnell, M.S.
Berge, T. O., M.S.
Blakeslee, Adda M., 118, 121
Bolley, Henry Luke, M.S.
Boruski, Ernest F., Major, U.S.A.
Breland, Osmund P., Ph.D., 97
Brinley, Floyd J., Ph.D., 20
Brown, Ann M., B.S., M.A.
Brown, Willard O., B.S., A.M., 154
Burke, Denise J., B.S.
Carrick, Leo Lehr, Ph.D., 20
Chisholm, Haile, Master Artisan
Christensen, F. W., M.S., 20
Churchill, Omar Orlando, Ph.D., 32
Cobb, Thomas Ponton, M.A.
Curry, Eunice L., B.S.
DeA1ton, Ernest L., M.S.
Dedrick, Dallas S., Ph.D., 162, 219
DeOtte, Ruby, B.S.
Detroit, Lancelot L., Sergeant D.E.M,L., 128
Dice, James Renfrew, A.M., 20
Dinan, Alice Pearl, M.A., 19, 20
Doerr, L. O., B.S.
Dolve, Robert Martinus, M.S. in M.E., 20,
32, 49, 168
Debetz, Emma, M.A.
Easton, John D., Ltf Col., U.S.A., 124
Erickson, Mathias B., B.S., 20
Ewald, Geraldine, M.S., 28
Finlayson, Helen Christine, B. A.
Finnegan, C. C., B.A., 20, 32, 134
Fitch, Horatio M., M.S. C.E., 199
Ford, Dorothy C., B.S.
Ford, Mary E., B.S.
Gannaway, James D., B.S., 219
Gassman, Albert G., B.S.
Goodearl, George P., B.S., 158
Gooden, Psyche M., 29
Grimes, Ruby M., A.M.
Hass, Aurora, B.S.
Hagan, S. W., LL.B., 18
Hall, O. A.
Halstead, William H., Major, U.S.A.
Hanson, Herbert C., Ph.D., 20
Harshfield, G. S., D.V.M., M.S.
Hartwell, Leon H., A.M., 20
Hatlen, Daniel O.
Heldt, William Oscar
Helgeson, Earl A., B.S.. Ph.D.
Henning, Knute A., B.S., 192, 200
High, Marathon E., Ph.D.
Hill, A. Glenn, M.S.
Hoffman, Harry Merwin, B.S.
Horton, Lucille, M.S.. 20, 219
Householder. Fred Clinton, A.M., 20
Hunter, William Columbus, Ph.D., 20, 189, 218
Huntoon, Homer B., M.Arch., 200, 219
Iverson, Peter Julius, A.M., Ph.D., 20, 191
Jensen, Chris, M.S.
Jensen, Helen- B.A.
Johnson, Eva L., B.S.
Johnson, Tracy Worden, M.S.
Johnson, Vyola O.
Jones, Edward Huntting, B.S.A., M.A., 20, 191
Jones, Paul W., B.Arch., M.Arch., 200
Jongeward, Mattys, M.S.
Kade, Charles F., B.A.
Kaslow, Christian E., M.S.
Knudson, George E., B.A.
Kuhn, Kenneth, A.M., 20
Larsen, Addie W.
Lawritson, Helen B., B.S.
Lawritson, Glen, A.M., 191
Leeby, Constance, B.S., M.A.
Leslie, Dana D., M.S., 164
Lowe, Robert A., LL.B., 142
Luther, Vivian E., B.S., 114
McCaul, Benjamin Valentine, M.S.
McColly, H. F., M.S., 20
McVeety, Ethel. 24
Maloney, Clifford, B.S.
Mayo, Edward L., M.A.
Metzinger, Leon, Ph.D., 20
Miller, Cap Earl, M.S., 20
Miller, Mrs. Violet S.
Minard, Archibald Ellsworth, A.M., 20, 43, 104
Munro, Jonathan Alexander, M.S.
Nelson, Casper Irving, Ph.D., 20
Olson, Peter J., M.S., 20
Olson, Sarah J., B.S.
Osburn, Luke, M.A.
Ottersen, Rudolf, A.M., 20, 28, 34
Palmer, William C., B.S.A., M.S., 26, 34
Parrott, Alfred H., M.A., 18, 20, 166
Pettee, Eugene W., Ph.D.
Phillips, Jessie D., M.A.
Putnam, Clarence Simeon, M.D., 118, 119
Redman, Kenneth, Ph.C., B.S.
Roderick, Lee Miles, D.V.M., Ph.D., 20
Rosa, Delaphine G., M.Ph.
Rudd, Velva, M.S.
Rush, Harry Speer, B.S. in E.E., E.E., 195
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Sander, Victor T., B.S.
Scheurich, J. S., M.S.
Sevrinson, Charles A., B.A., M.S., 20, 29, 191
Severson, Albert, M.S.
Shepperd, John Henry, D.Agr., 17, 20
Slabaugh, Wendell H., B.A.
Slocum, Roy Harley, B.S., C.E., 20, 168
Smith, Elvira Thrall, B.S., M.A., 20, 219
Smith, Irvin Webster, A.M., 19, 20
Smith, John, M.S., 146
Smith, Marshall E., Ph.D.
Stafne, Dr. William, M.D,, 27
Stevens, Orin Alva, M.S., 20
Stickney, Bertha C.
Sudro, William Frederick, M.S., 20
Sunde, Conrad Julius, M.S., 20, 204, 219
Swisher, Charles Lee, Ph.D., 20, 168
Tagliabue, Aloysius J., Captain, U.S.A., 128,
Tarbell, Olivia Edelbrock, 118
Tebeau, C. W., M.A., Ph.D.
Tesdell, Angelin, B.S.
Thompson, Elmer John, B.S.
Thompson, Matilda Bea, M.A., 34
Thordarson, T.W., M.S., 22
Trowbridge, Perry Fox, Ph.D.
Tyner, Edward H., Ph.D., 20
Van Vlissingen, Ernst, B.M., 118, 120
Waldron, Clare Bailey, B.S., 20
Waldron, L. R.,
Walster, Harlow Leslie, Ph.D., 20, 39
Warburton, Threse, B.S.
Warner, Richard Wilcox, M.A.
Wells, Charles P., Ph.D.
Wenger, W. R., A.B., M.S., 20
Werner, Herman Oscar, A.M.
Whedon, Arthur Dewitt, Ph.D., 20
White, Richard D., Sergeant, U.S.A.
Wirth, Henry E., Ph.D., 20
Wood, Lowell F., B.A.
Yeager, A. F., Ph.D., 20
Yott, George F., B.S., 168
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Aadland, Alfred, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N.D.
Aalgaard, Gladys, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Aarestad. Erwin, M.E. Sp., Foster, N.D.
Aasen, Tilford, M.E. Fr., Hillsboro, N.D.
Aasheim. June, H.E. Soph., Enderlin, N. D.
Acker, Geraldine, H.E. Sr., Fargo, N.D.,
Ackerman, Robert, M.E. Fr., Bismarck, N. D.,
Adamek, Frank. M.E. Fr., Fargo. N.D., 78
Adams, Frank, H.S. Sr., Lansford, N.D.
Ahrlin, Clayton, C.E. Jr., Hattan, N.D.
Akesson, Barbara, A.A.S. Soph., Grandin,N.D.
Akesson, Norman, Agr. Fr., Grandin, N. D., 78
Kenneth, A.A.S. Fr., Crookston,
Allen, George, Arch. Fr., Lead, S.D., 200
Allen, Thomas, A.A.S. Jr.. Fargo, N.D., 90
Alm, Edward, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N.D.. 74
Almos, Andrew, A.A.S. Soph., Ambrose, N.D.,
Ames, Donald, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N.D.
Amidon, Marie, A.A.S. Sr., Wheaton, Minn.
Amidon, Robert, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N.D.
Amundson, Gordon, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N.D.
Andersen, Ronald, Agr. Fr., Lakota. N.D., 78
Anderson, Arnold, Educ. Jr., Milnor, N.D.
Anderson, Corrine, Educ. Soph., Fargo, N.D.,
Anderson, Dorothy, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N.D., 176,
Anderson, Ernest, M.E. Fr., Dilworth, Minn.,
Anderson. Ethel, H.E. Soph., Lockhart, Minn.,
Anderson, Gordon, A.A.S. Fr., Forman, N.D.,
Anderson, James, Agr. Soph., Fargo, N.D., 166
Anderson, Jeanette, H.E. Fr., Breckenridge,
Anderson, LaVaun, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N.D.,
Anderson, Markell, Agr. Fr., Hansboro, N.D.
Anderson, Melvin, C.E. Fr.. Welsh, N.D.
Anderson, Myrle, A.A.S. Fr., Temvick, N.D.,
Anderson, Raynard, Pharm. Soph., Hallock,
Minn., 160, 172
Anderson, Russell, Educ. Sr., Litchville, N.D.,
32, 143, 162
Anderson, Victor, Agr. Fr., Hunter, N. D., 78
Anderson, William, A.A.S. Fr., Verona, N.D.,
Anderson, Woodrow, Agr. Sr., Englevale, N. D.,
Anstett, Hugh, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N.D., 44, 58,
105, 125, 127, 130, 164, 172, 188, 189, 206
Anstett, Marion, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N.D., 78,
Archer, Kenneth, C.E. Fr., Fargo, N.D., 91,
Armstrong, Richard, Agr. Sr., Fargo, N.D., 40,
Armstrong, William, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Arnason, Eunice, Educ. Sr., Fargo, N.D., 44,
121, 131, 191
Arneson, R. Gordon, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N.D.,
Arnold, Earl, C.E. Fr., Grenora, N.D.
Arnold, Marjorie, Educ. Sr., Fargo, N.D., 44,
90, 102, 180, 190, 211
Arnold, William, M.E. Soph., Fargo, N.D., 122,
Arntson, Eric, Chem. Sr., Lisbon, N. D., 50, 119,
122, 204, 205
Arntson, Kenneth, Educ. Jr., Lisbon, N. D.,
Arrison, Benjamin, A.A.S. Jr., Manitou, N.D.
Artz, Aloisius, Agr. Soph., Antler, N. D., 103,
Arves, Ethel, H.S. Soph., Kathryn, N. D.
Arves, Olive, H.S. Sr., Kathryn, N. D.
Askegaard, Charles, Agr. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Askegaard, David, Adm. Eng. Soph., Fargo,
N. D., 125, 128
Avery, William, Agr. Fr., Stephen, Minn., 78
Axtell, Vernil, Ed. Grad., Fargo, N. D.
Baas, Margaret, H.E. Soph., Jamestown, N.D.,
Baccus, James, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N.D., 90,
105, 119, 122, 189
Bach, Lester, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Bach, Lorna, Educ. Jr., Mayville, N. D., 70,
Bachenheimer, Janet, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo,
Baer, Mary, H.E. Fr., Steele. N. D.
Baer, Robert, M.E. Sr., Steele, N. D.
Bahe, Gordon, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Hubert, A.A.S. Jr., Flasher, N. D.
Bakken, England, C.E. Jr., Almont, N. D.
Bale, Stanley, Agr. Fr., Lisbon, N. D., 78, 207
Ballard, Corinne, H.E. Sr., Duluth, Minn., 54,
Barnes, Beverly, H.E. Fr., Bismarck, N. D.,
Barnstruble, Thomas, A.A.S., Fr., Harvey,
Barnick, Roland, A.A.S. Jr., Max, N.D., 126
Barrett, Howard, Chem. Fr.. Linton, N. D.
Barstad, Allan, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Barton, Jennie, A.A.S. Jr., Valley City, N.D.
Barton, Lois, H.E. Fr., Devils Lake, N. D., 106,
107, 201, 228
Bartz, Birdie, H.E. Fr., Lockhart, Minn., 121,
Baskin, Leroy, Agr. Jr., Omemee, N. D.
Baugatz, Agnes, Educ. Fr., Jordan, Mont.
Bauley, James, Chem. Fr., Carrington, N. D.
Baxter, Frances, H.E. Fr., Bismarck, N. D.,
Beall, Hollace, H.E. Fr., Bismarck, N. D., 78,
86, 107, 121
Beattie, Thora, H.E. Fr., Bismarck, N.D., 121
Beck, Robert, Chem. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 204
Becker, Arthur, A.A.S. Sr., Mapleton, N. D.
Beckwith, Newell, Chem. Grad., Minneapolis,
Beggs, Robert, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Behrens, Lottie, H.E. Sr., Glyndon, Minn., 54,
Behrens, Marvin, M.E. Fr., Glyndon, Minn.
Buer, Arthur, M.E. Sr., Beach, N. D.
Bellamy, Wayne, Agr. Fr., Drayton, N. D.,207
Belland, Harold, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Bellin, Howard, Chem. Fr., Hankinson, N. D., 78
Belling, Hilliard, C.E. Fr., Tappen, N.D.
Belter, Wesley, A.A.S. Jr., Davenport, N.D., 70
Bengson, Evelyn, H.E. Soph., Esmond, N.D.
Benidt, Maurice, Agr. Jr., Lidgerwood, N.D.,
70, 87, 92, 164, 172, 189, 190, 207
Benjamin, Bill, C.E. Soph., Fort Yates, N. D.
Bennett, Abe, Pharm. Sr., Bowman, N. D.
Bennett, Roma, H.S., Fargo, N. D.
Bennett, Warren, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.,128
Benshoof, Lynden, M.E. Fr., Napoleon. N. D.
Benson, Carol, H.E. Fr., Page, N. D., 107
Benson, Charles, C.E. Soph., Bismarck, N. D.,
119, 122, 199
Benson, Donald, Agr. Jr., Berona, N. D.
Benson, Lyle, M.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 127, 128
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Bentley, Dorothey, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.,
82, 102, 107
Benze, Maurice, Agr. Fr., Moffit, N. D., 78,207
Berdahl, James, Agr. Jr.
Berg, Donald, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Berg, Fern, H.E. Sr., Mclntosh, Minn., 54, 121
Berg, Harriet, H.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 54, 180
Berg, Robert, E.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 127
Bergan, Kenneth, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 44
Berget, Erling, E.E. Jr., Bowbells, N. D.
Berget, William, Arch. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Bergren, Agr. Fr., Hampdon, N. D., 207
Berglund, Andrew, Agr. Sr., Lawton, N. D., 40
Bermann, Bernhard, M.E. Fr., Pelican Rapids,
Bernier, Betty, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Bethke, William, Agr. Fr., Harvey, N. D.
Bice, Harold, Chem. Soph., Killdeer, N. D.
Biewer, Josephine, H.E. Fr., Dresden, N. D.
Biewer, Philip, Agr. Jr., Dresden, N. D., 127
Birkeland, Charles, Agr. Soph., Warwick, N. D.,
74, 154, 207, 210
Bjerkan, Arthur, M.E. Jr., Lansford, N. D.
Bjerke, Theodore, Agr. Jr., Hatton, N. D.
Bjornson, John, Pharm. Soph., LaMoure, N. D.,
Bjornson, Margaretta, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo,
N. D., 34
Bjornson, Wallace, M.E. Soph., Devils Lake,
N. D., 170
Black, Anna Jane, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.,
78, 106, 107, 121
Black, Joyce, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Blair, Jack, Agr. Fr., Ladysmith, Wis.
Blegen, James, Chem. Jr., Moorhead, Minn.,
Blinn, James, M.E. Soph., New Smyrna, Fla.,
Blomquist, Donald, Agr. Fr., Flaxton, N. D.
Bockwoldt, Ruth. H.E. Jr., LaMoure, N. D.,
150, 151, 152, 208
Bodding, Conrad, M.E. Fr., Ada, Minn.
Bodlak, Virginia, H.E. Soph., Devils Lake,
N.D., 150, 151, 209
Bodmer, James, M.E. Soph., Kenmare, N. D.
Boe, Harvey, M.E. Jr., Fortuna, N. D.
Boelke, Delmar, Agr. Fr., Eldridge, N. D.
Boemann, Nevin, C.E. Jr., Cando. N. D.
Boettcher, Helen, H.E. Sr., Arthur, N. D., 54,
Boettcher, Mildred, Educ. Jr., Buchanan, N.D.
Bohnsack, Earl, Pharm. Sr., Hillsboro, N. D.,
Boisjolie, Wayne, Agr. Fr., Sutton, N. D.
Bokovoy, Raymond, Pharm. Fr., Kief, N. D.
Bolley, Ann, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 70, 121,
Bolmever, William, A.A.S. Sr., Erie, N. D.
Bolstad, Lucille, Educ. Sr., Fargo. N. D., 44
Borderud, William, A.A.S. Fr., Davenport,
N. D., 78
Bork, Irene, H.E. Jr., Edgeley, N. D., 208
Borke, Millard, C.E. Jr., Hillsboro, N. D., 70,
126, 168, 199
Bosch, John, A.A.S. Fr., Stanton, N. D.
Botman, Ethel, H.E. Soph., Deer River, Minn.,
Botsford, Alfred, M.E. Soph., Douglas, N. D.
Botsford, Russel, Agr. Soph., Edinburg, N. D.
Botten, James, M.E. Fr., Carson, N. D.
Boulger, Edward, Chem. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 50,
Boulger, Jack, A.A.S. Jr., Dickinson, N. D.,
Boulger, James, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 158,
Bowers, Herman, Educ. Soph., Larimore, N.D.,
Boyle, Paul, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Braasch, Herman, C.E. Fr., Ryder, N. D.
Brady, James, Pharm. Fr., Carrington, N. D.
Brakke, Perry, M.E. Jr., McVille, N. D.
Brainerd, Justin, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
106, 107, 127, 156
Brandenburg, Robert, A.A.S. Fr., Bismarck,
N. D., 79, 122
Brandes, Catherine, Educ. Soph., LaMoure,
N. D., 174, 212
Brandes, Gordon, A.A.S. Jr., LaMoure, N. D.,
31, 34, 44, 164, 188, 189
Brandt, Loretta, H.E. Fr., Casselton, N. D.,209
Brant, Gordon, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Brauer, Albert, Educ. Jr., Bismarck, N. D., 70,
Brawders, Ellen, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Breiland, Howard, Pharm. Soph., Buxton, N.D.
Breitenbach, Helen, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 94,
126, 130, 180
Breitenbach, William, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.,
94, 125, 126, 130, 166
Brekke, Rosella, H.E. Fr., Mclntosh, Minn., 79,
86, 121, 205
Brenckle, Arthur, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Brevik, Ivah, H.E. Sr., Twin Valley, Minn.,
Brewer, Hazel, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Brierley, Leone, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Brindle, Elmer, Agr. Fr., Hazelton, N. D.,207
Brittin, Emma May, H.E. Jr., Bismarck, N. D.,
70, 86, 131, 151, 174, 186
Brown, Caroline, A.A.S. Fr., Hope, N. D., 107,
Brown, Virginia, H.E. Soph., Valley City,
N.D., 74, 121, 208
Brownson, George, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.,
Brude, Adolph, Arch. Soph., Pekin, N. D., 200
Brueske, Marjorie, H.E. Jr., Ambrose, N. D.
Brunsvold, Rudolph, C.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 199
Bruschwein, Harold, C.E. Soph., Driscoll, N.D.,
127, 128, 199
Buchanan, Donald, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.,
44, 94, 120, 124, 166, 172, 189, 193
Buchholtz, Howard, Arch. Eng. Sr., St. Thomas,
N. D., 50, 88, 168, 192
Buck, William, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 90,92
Buck, Frank, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Bue, Elenore, Educ. Soph., Leeds, N. D.
Bue, Ingolf, Agr. Jr., Leeds, N. D., 127
Buhrmann, Carol, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Bullock, Ralph, Agr. Sr., Pleasant Lake, N.D.,
40, 120, 193, 207
Bunker, Virginia, H.E. Fr., Enderlin, N. D.
Burbidge, Arden, Agric. Soph., Park River,
N. D., 70, 162
Burger, Sarah, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 209
Burgum, Joey, A.A.S. Jr., Arthur, N. D., 70,
86, 96, 164, 188, 190
Burkee, Beryl, H.E. Fr., Moorhead, Minn.
Burman, Allan, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Burns, Joe, A.A.S. Soph., Sherwood, N. D., 125
Burnson, Harold, Chem. Jr., Wahpeton, N. D.
Burnson, Muriel, H.E. Jr., Hettinger, N. D.,
Bursack, William, Adm.Eng. Jr., Jamestown,
Busby, Stanley, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Busch, Marsden, EE. Sr., Granville, N. D., 50,
Busse, Howard, M.E. Fr., Shelly, Minn.
Butterwick, Marylyn, Educ. Soph., Fargo,
N. D., 174, 212
Butts, Irene, Educ. Fr., Fargo, N.D.
Byerly, Sterling, Agr. Sr., Mandan, N. D., 40,
Byram, Dayton, Agr. Jr., Wheatland, N. D., 70,
Byram, Norma, H.E. Fr., Casselton, N. D., 107,
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Fargo, North Dakota
Cadieux, Margaret, Educ. Jr., Jamestown, N. D.
Calhoun, Margaret, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.,
Calkins, Ralph, Agr. Fr., Garrison, N. D., 79,
Callaghan, William, H.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Callinan, John, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 166
Callinan. Patrick, Chem. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Campbell, James, Educ. Fr., Stirum, N. D., 79
Campbell, John, Agr. Soph., Egeland, N. D.
Campbell, Lorne, Agr. Fr., Casselton, N. D.
Carlisle, John, A.A.S., Soph., Fargo. N. D., 156
Carlson, Edward, Chem.8zEng. Fr., Barnesville,
Carlson, Marie, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N.D., 74,
121, 182, 208, 211
Carnahan, Virginia, H.E. Fr., Carrington, N.D.,
Carr, Ray, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.. 120
Carr. Rex, Agr. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 120, 126,
Carr, Roy, Agr. Jr., Fargo, N. D.. 34. 70, 170
Carrol, Robert, A.A.S. Fr.. Fargo, N. D.
Carvell, Robert, Pharm. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Casad, John, M.E. Fr., McVille, N. D., 79
Cascaden, Bryce, Educ. Soph., Petersburg,
Cathcart. James. A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Cavett, David, Agr. Jr., Lisbon, N. D., 95, 119,
Cavett, Dean, A.A.S. Soph., Lisbon. N. D.
Challey, Charles, Agr. Grad., Lisbon, N. D.
Chalog, Philip, Agr. Grad., Bontoc, Mt. Pro-
vince, P. I.
Chandler, Cyril, E.E. Jr., Hope, N. D.
Chaney, Jane, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 126
Chase, Jean, H.E. Fr., Wimbledon, N. D., 79,
Chow, Lillian, H.E. Soph., Jamestown, N. D.,
Christenson, Betty, Educ. Sr., Fargo, N. D..
Christianson, Conway, Agr. Soph., Enderlin,
N. D., 125, 128
Christensen, James, M.E. Soph., Twin Valley,
Christenson, Lenore, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N.D.
Christensen, Lloyd, Agr. Fr., Bowesmont,N.D.
Christensen, Paul, Chem. Jr., Fargo, N. D.,
Claesson, Harold, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Clapp, John B., Adm.Eng. Jr., Enderlin, N. D.
Clason, John, Agr. Jr., Richardton, N. D., 90,
Clark, Lucille, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Clemens, Alferd, H.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Clemens, Alfred, H.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Clemenson, Elmer, H.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Clemenson, Evelyn, H.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Cline, Arvad, Agr. Jr., Bertha, Minn.
Cloyd, Rayford, Pharm. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Cobb, Jewell, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Cole, Charlotte, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 79,
105, 107, 120
Cole, Grace, H.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 54, 174
Colton, Clifford, Chem. Fr., Driscoll, N. D.
Colton, Ray, Chem. Fr., Driscoll, N. D.
Comrie, Russel, C.E. Shop., Fargo, N. D.
Cone, Dorothy, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 70,
Conmy, Paul, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Conner, Albe, H.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Cook, De Loris, Educ. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 44,
Cook, Fredrick, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Georgia, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 121,
John, M.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 50, 125,
130, 164, 186
Cook, Richard, Arch. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 91,
166, 190, 200
Cook, Robert, C.E. Fr., Calvin, N. D.
Cook, Ross, Agr. Jr., Scranton, N. D. '
Cooley, Ruth, A.A.S. Sr., Great Falls, Mont..
44, 102, 174, 186
Cogforan, Eugene, Chem. Soph., Cando, N. D.,
Colgtrilgnht, Clifford, Chem. Eng. Fr., Fargo,
Coryvin, William, Adm. Eng. Soph., Bismarck,
N. D., 19, 166
Cosgriff, Kay, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Covert, Elizabeth, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Coyne, Phyllis, A.A.S. Sr., LaMoure, N. D., 44,
102, 193, 195
Crahan, Alice, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 180, 208
Crahan, Kenneth, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Crane, Walter, A.A.S. Jr., Leeds, N. D., 125,
Criaazvford, Kirk, Agr. Jr., Niagara, N. D., 70,
Crflgzgford, Miller, Educ. Jr., Calvin, N. D., 44,
Creiman, Lyle, M.E. Soph., Concrete, N. D.
Critchfield, James, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
86, 91, 156
Cromb, John, Chem. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Crowley, Jean, H.E. Jr., Hebron, N. D., 19,
70, 87, 102, 156, 176, 190, 194, 211, 212
Crum, Chas., A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Crum, Taylor, Chem. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Crust, Robert, M.E. Jr., Brainerd, Minn., 168
Crfzgsg, Virginia, H.E. Soph., Brainerd, Minn.,
Cu7r51mings, Austin, Chem. Fr., Bismarck, N.D.,
Cummins, Catherine, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
C15-Se, Lyle, Agr. Jr., Starkweather, N. D.,
Curtis, Harry, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 127,
Cushman, Edward, Arch. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 200
Cushman, Mollie, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 150
Dady, Jeanne, H.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 54, 180,
Dahl, Anton, Agr. Sr., Rugby, N. D., 119, 122,
Dirk Kenneth, A.A.S. Fr., Dilworth, Minn.,
Dahl, Paul, M.E. Fr., Kenmare, N. D., 79
Dzalgli Ralph, Chem. Fr., Fertile, Minn., 168,
Dahm, Raymond, Chem. Eng. Fr., Barnesville,
Minn., 79, 107, 122
Dahrling, Bruce, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Dahrling, Jack, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Dalager, Alton, M.E. Fr., Noonan, N. D., 79
Dalby, Harold, C.E. Soph., Minot, N. D., 74
Dzalgged, Leonard, A.A.S. Jr., Cavalier, N. D.,
Danielson, Marjorie, H.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 54,
Darch, Jack, Agr. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Daum, Hugh, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Davenport, Ralph, Educ. Jr., Napoleon, N. D.
Davis, Alice, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 74, 121
Davis, Donna Jean, H.E. Soph., Bismarck,
N. D., 74, 121, 180, 208
Davis, Geraldine, Pharm. Soph., Lansford,
N. D., 74, 178
Dilggse, Roy, Adm.Eng. Soph., Wilton, N. D.,
Dewey, Elizabeth, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 33,
44, 64, 86, 180, 190, 195
Dick, William, Agr. Fr., Bismarck, N. D., 79
Dickinson, Wesley, M.E. Soph., Dilworth, Minn.
Dike, George, A.A.S. Fr., Grafton, N. D., 79,
302-13th St. North
Fargo, N. Dak.
"Where Ma Saves Pa's Dough"
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Phone 91 701 Thirteenth st. N. 10416 Broadway
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Dimunation, John, M.E. Jr., Pembina, N. D.,
Dinwoodie, Florenz, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
90, 92, 122, 180, 190
Diiitimer, Frank, Pharm. Fr., Glen Ullin, N. D.,
Dilgtbeligrie, Sylvester, Agr. Soph., Woodworth,
Dittiner, Cecelia, H.E. Fr., Leonard, N. D.
Dixon, Lorraine, H.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 102,
Dobervich, Mike, M.E. Soph., Ironton, Minn.,
Doering, Walter, A.A.S. Fr., Goodrich, N. D.
Doll, John, M.E. Fr., Bismarck, N. D.
Dolve, Eunice. Educ. Fr., Hatton, N. D.
Nels, E.E. Fr.. Fessenden. N. D.
Dolve, Robert, E.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Dolve, Winston, Agr. Sr., Hatton, N. D., 40
Donahue, Bernard, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Donovan, Thomas, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Dosen, Charles, A.A.S. Fr.. Fargo. N. D.
Douglass, Laurence, M.E. Soph., Eckman,
N. D.. 128, 154
Dow, Everett. Agr. Fr., Monango. N. D.
Dreblow, Ervin, A.A.S. Fr.. Fertile, Minn.
Duemeland, Lorin, Agr. Jr., Bismarck, N. D.
Dullea, Maurice. Agr. Fr., Pingree, N. D.
Dunlevv, Lorraine, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.,
Dunn, Virginia, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo. N. D.
Dunnum, De Verne, Pharm. Fr., Kensal, N. D.,
Dyer, Nelita, A.A.S. Fr., Shelly, Minn., 79
Dyson, Roger, Arch. Fr., Cooperstown, N. D.,
Eagle, Luella, Pharm. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 45
Eastland, Philip, Chem. Fr., Moorhead, Minn.
Eastman, Virginia, H.E. Jr., Milnor, N. D., 70
Eaton, Sarah, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 84, 121,
Ebeltoft, David, Agr. Soph., Dunn Center,
N. D., 128, 205, 207
Ecker, Merle, Educ. Jr., Grandin, N. D., 202
Ecklund, Darwin, H.S. Jr., Harwood, N. D.
Edell, John F., A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Edmonds, Helen, H.E. Jr., Devils Lake, N. D.,
Eichmiller, Ellen, Educ. Jr., Alexandria, Minn.
Ekeren, Walter, Pharm. Sr.. Thief River Falls,
Minn., 31, 45, 66, 106, 107, 120, 160, 189, 210
Elker, Reinhold, Agr. Jr., Surrey, N. D.
Elleraas, La Verne, A.A.S. Fr., Ada, Minn.,
Ellingson, Bruce, Agr. Fr., Mohall, N. D.
Ellingson, Elmo, Agr. Fr., Park River, N. D.,
Elgngsgn, Florence, H.S. Soph., Argusville,
Ellings, Vivian, H.S. Jr., Argusville, N. D.
Elliot, Albert, Educ. Jr., Grandin, N. D.
Elliot, Ethel, H.E. Fr., Grandin, N. D., 202
Ellis, Robert, A.A.S. Fr., Towner, N. D.
Ells, Joel, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 107
Elsberry, Robert, M.E. Fr., Cando, N. D., 79
Elvik, Henry, A.A.S. Fr., Lark, N. D., 79, 205
Elwin, James, M.E. Jr., Breckenridge, Minn.,
70, 95, 126
Emch, Ceata. H.E. Fr., Bowman, N. D.
Endersbee, Ellen, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Engbretson, Gus., A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Engelstad, Earl, Arch. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Enger, Filmore, Agr. Fr., Sharon, N. D.
Engle, Lorraine, H.E. Jr., Thief River Falls,
Minn., 70, 178, 198, 208
Engstrom, Adolph, Agr. Sr., Leeds, N. D., 40
Erdal, Agnes, H.E. Fr., Frost, Minn., 182
Erfjord, Laverne, H.E. Fr., Buxton, N. D.
Erickson, Archie, A.A.S. Sr., Kindred, N. D.,
Erickson, Donald, Agr. Soph., Watford City,
Erickson Gordon, C.E. Fr., McCanna, N. D.
Erickson Jean, H.E. Soph., Velva, N. D., 205
Erickson Josephine, H.E. Fr., Velva, N. D., 80
Erickson Kenneth, Agrl Fr., Pope, N. D.
Erickson Robert, Agr. Sr., Larimore, N. D.,
124,156, 172, 189
Erickson, Stanley, Agr. Soph., Sheyenne, N. D.
Erickson, Milton, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Ericksen, Thelma, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Erlandson, Earl, Chem. Fr., Aneta, N. D.
Evanson, Dorothy, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 70
Evers, Charles, Chem. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 50,
119, 122, 162, 193, 204
Fahrer. James, Chem. Fr., New Rockford, N. D.
Fairchild, Lynn, A.A.S. Fr., Tuttle, N. D.
Fake, Glenn, C.E. Soph., Enderlin, N. D.
Fallett, Lloyd, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Farrar, Felix, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Farnum, Earnest, Agr. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Farrell, Edward, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Farstad, Dan, Chem. Jr., Harvey, N. D., 127,
Faust, Charles, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Fay, William, Chem. Fr., Moorhead, Minn.,
Feland, Stanley, Agr. Jr., Antler, N. D.
Ferguson, Harry, Pharm. Fr., Park River, N.D.
Field, Helmer, Pharm. Fr., Grafton, N. D.
Fine, Lawrence, Agr. Jr., Shevenne, N. D.
Fine, Winfield, A.A.S. Soph., Sheyenne, N. D.
Fink, Harry, A.A.S. Fr., Crookston, Minn.
Finke, Robert, Agr. Soph., Minot, N. D.
Finsand, Sylvia, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 150,
Finstad, Helen, Educ. Jr., Bottineau, N. D.
Fish, Marion, M.E. Fr., Lawton, N. D.
Fisher, John, Agr. Soph., Tappen, N. D., 74,
120, 188, 207, 210
Fisk. Allen, Agr. Fr., Hunter, N. D., 146, 202,
Fisk, Raeburn, Educ. Fr., Hunter, N. D., 80
Fisk, Wilbert, Adm.Eng. Jr., Hunter, N. D.
Fiske, Opal, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 71, 174
Fitch, John, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 158
Fitjar, Raymond, A.A.S. Jr., Jamestown, N.D.,
Flatau, Alice, H.E. Jr., Frazee, Minn.
Flatau, Oscar, A.A.S. Jr., Frazee, Minn., 158
Fogden, George, Agr. Soph., Norwich, N. D.,
Follett, Robert, M.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Ford, Kenneth, Agr. Fr., Park River, N. D.,
Ford, Richard, A.A.S. Soph., Devils Lake,
N. D., 156
Fors, Lawrence, Agr. Soph., Esmond, N. D.
Forsman, Alphen, M.E. Jr., Jud, N. D., 71, 89
Foster, Ralph, Agr. Fr., Williston, N. D., 202
Foster, Richard, C.E. Sr., Williston, N. D., 50,
Frlarnlghauser, Donovan, Agr. Soph., Anamoose,
Fraser, Howard, Educ. Jr., Walhalla, N. D.,
126, 145, 170
Fredrikson, Robert, A.A.S. Soph., Davenport,
N. D., 74, 170
Frendberg, Esther, H.E. Jr., Hillsboro, N. D.,
Frendberg, Milton, E.E. Sr., Hillsboro, N. D.,
50, 158, 210
Freyberg, Robert, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Frlii-ede1gichis,62Gilbert, Educ. Soph., Wahpeton,
Frigge, John, C.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 128,
Four Years of College Work have put
a Terrific Strain
ON YO UR E YES
Now that your college days are over and you start on your life's Work,
the chances are ten to one that you will be employed in an occupation
that will require much additional reading and one that will keep you
indoors and under artificial light.
Will your eyes permit you to do this Work or will you soon suffer from
headaches, nervousness and finish your day's Work almost too tired
to enjoy your leisure hours.
Working in too-dim light may cause these symptoms, which are nature's
warning that you are straining your eyes and perhaps permanently
impairing your Vision. Insufficient light is a hazard to both your health
and your efficiency. A hazard that is unnecessary for you to take.
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612 N. P. Ave. Fargo, North Dakota
Frisk, Elsie, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Frisk, Lennea, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 31,
45, 63, 90, 97, 102, 151, 178, 186,212
Fritsvold, Melfor, A.A.S. Fr., Schafer, N. D.
Froling, Mary, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 209
Frolund, Kenneth, E.E. Sr., Lidgerwood, N. D.,
Fuller, Thad, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Funk, Elizabeth, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 209
Furcht, LaVerne, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 182
Gadberry, Walter, Agr. Fr., Hillsboro, N. D.
Gahr, Edmond, Agr. Fr., White Butte, S. D.
Gale, Harry, A.A.S. Fr., Hunter, N. D.
Gallagher, William, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.,
45, 125, 156
Gannaway, J. D., Agr. Grad., Fargo, N. D.
Garberg, Phillip, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
71, 90, 92, 164
Gardner, Leo, C.E. Jr., New England, N. D.
Gary, Norine, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 125
Gassmann, Albert, Chem. Grad., Valley City,
N. D., 204
Geiglhgr, Norman, M.E. Soph., Montpelier,
Gehring, Carl, Educ. Sr., McClusky, N. D., 45
Grutle, Luella, H.E. Jr., Twin Valley, Minn.,
Gudmundson, Edward, Pharm. Soph., Moun-
tain, N. D., 122, 156
Gunkel, Vernon, M.E. Fr., Hillsboro, N. D., 80
Gvgfgfther, Barbara, Educ. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 90,
Gwyther, Robert, Chem. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 50,
125, 130, 164, 204
Haas, Jessamine, H.E. Fr., Hamar, N. D., 209
Hagen, Fred, A.A.S. Sr., Alamo, N. D., 45
Hagen, Irvin K., Agr. Sr., Grafton, N. D., 40,
Hagen, Percy, Pharm. Soph., Norma, N. D.,
Halcrow, Eleanor, H.E. Soph., Bowesmont,
17. ID, 74, 121
Halcrow, Harold, Agr. Sr., Bowesmont, N. D.,
38, 40, 154, 172, 193, 207
Halcrow, John, Educ. Sr., Bowesmont, N. D.,
Halfpenny, Donald, Agr. Fr., St. Thomas, N. D.
Halgren, Forest, Chem. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 71
Halgren, Henry, M.E. Jr., Devils Lake, N. D.
Hall, Lawrence, C.E. Grad., Fargo, N. D.
Gesellchen, Victor, Agr. Fr., Vallev City. N. D.
Gessner, Daisy, Educ. Sr., Penn, N. D., 45, 191
Giffey, Lee, Agr. Fr., Stanton, N. D., 80, 207
Gifford, Mearl, E.E. Fr., Kelso, N. D., 50,
Gilbertson, La Verne, Educ. Sr., Finley, N. D.,
45, 191, 193
Gilbertson, Lawrence, C.E. Fr., Charlson, N. D.,
Giles, Clara, Educ. Soph., Rugby, N. D.
Harriet, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 80,
Gilroy, Harold, C.E. Soph., Langdon. N. D.
Glad, Byron, C.E. Fr., Lancaster, Minn., 146
Glarum, Norman, Pharm. Sr., McClusky,
N. D., 45, 122
Godman, ggrvil, Agr. Fr., Churches Ferry,
Gcieggel, Dorothy, Educ. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Goebel, Paul, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 158
Goosen, Ray. Chem. Jr., Selz, N. D., 156
Goplen, Orville, Educ. Jr., Hannaford, N. D.,
71, 90, 92, 162, 189, 210
Gorder, Dewin, Chem.Eng. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Lois, H.E. Fr., Grafton, N. D., 209
Oliver, Agr. Fr., Grafton, N. D.
Frances, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Graber, John, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Grant, Helen E., H.E. Soph., Cuba, N. D., 174
Grant, Helen L., H.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Harry, Agr. Sr., Cavalier, N. D., 40,
67, 162, 210
Green, Merrill, Educ. Fr., Enderlin, N. D., 146
Hall, Mary May, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 54,
Hall, Robert, M.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Hall, Warren, M.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 122
Halldorson, Helen, H.E. Fr., Sherwood, N. D.,
Halling, Oscar, Agr. Sr., Golden Valley, N. D.
Halvorson, Ludvig, H.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Halvorson, Marie, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Hamilton, Richard, Agr. Sr., Rugby, N. D., 40,
Hamlet, Darrel, Arch. Sr.. Fargo, N. D., 50
Hammond, Robert, Agr. Fr., Clyde, N. D.
Handy, Marjorie, H.E. Fr., Washburn, N. D.,
Haiisigaher, Mary, H.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 54,
Hanson, Art, Agr. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 40
Hansen, Cheryl, H.E. Fr., Buffalo, N. D.
Hansen, Chris, C.E. Sr., Guelph, N. D., 50, 88,
Hansen, Donald, M.E. Fr., Valley City, N. D.
Hanson, James, Pharm. Soph., Bowman, N. D.,
Hansen, Kenneth H., Chem. Sr., Churchs
Ferry, N. D., 86, 156
Hanson, Marjorie, H.E. Soph., Englevale,
N. D., 212
Hanson, Paul, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 156
Russell, A.A.S. Fr., Litchville, N. D.,
Vernon, M.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 196
Haroldson, Everett, A.A.S. Fr., Aneta, N. D.
Greenshields, Helen, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Greenshields, Robert, C.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D.,
50, 168, 199
Gregg, Roberta, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 90,
Gregory, Lawrence, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Grenier, Theodore, C. E. Jr., Thorne, N. D.
Grenier, Ovide, Agr. Jr., Thorne, N. D.
Gress, George, Agr. Fr., Dickinson, N. D.
Grieson, Richard, H.S. Jr., West Fargo, N. D.
Grieve, Floyd, Chem. Fr., Buffalo, N. D.
Groethe, Arthur, Chem. Fr., Kindred, N. D.
Gronaas, Oscar, Arch. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Grondahl, Melvin, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.,
Gronneberg, Clarence, Agr. Fr., Sutton, N. D.
Gruber, Leslie, A.A.S. Soph., Fort Totten,
N. D., 90
Grutle, Grace, H.E. Sr., Twin Valley, Minn.,
Harper, Gilmore, Educ. Fr., Cartwright, N. D.,
Harris, Beata, H.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Harris. Charlotte, H.E. Sr., Moorhead, Minn.,
Harris, Hoe, Chem. Fr., Moorhead, Minn.
Hatlelid, Elbert, Chem. Grad., Lignite, N. D.
Haugen, Elder, A.A.S. Fr., Davenport, N. D.,
Haugland, Vernon, Comm. Fr., Wheaton, Minn.
Haugsjaa, Knute, Arch. Jr., Pekin, N. D., 192,
200, 202, 203
Hawkins, Ray, Agr. Sooh., LaCrosse. Wis.
Hawkinson, Dorothy, H.E. Jr., New Rockford,
N. D., 131, 180, 208
Hawkinson, Genevieve, A.A.S. Fr., New Rock-
ford, N. D., 122, 131, 180
Hay, Clifford, Ag. Fr., Fullerton, N. D., 162
Hegbar, Howard, E.E. Sr.. Kensal, N. D., 51,
60, 88, 105, 168, 189, 193, 196
Hegge, Jeanne, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
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Heglund, Marguerite, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D.,
Hehr, Arthur, Educ. Jr., Kulm, N. D.
Heisel, Fred, C.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 51, 156,
Heitke, Jeanette, H. E. Jr., Paynesville, Minn.
Helland, Kent, Agr. Jr., Crookston, Minn., 71,
90, 103, 170, 189, 190, 210
Hellebust, Agmar, Agr. Soph., Mohall, N. D.
Hellickson, Dale, C.E. Jr., Medora, N. D., 51,
Hendrickson, Arthur, Agr. Fr., Christine, N. D.
Hennessey, Harry, Educ. Fr., Grand Forks,
Henning, Fred. A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Henrikson, Erling. C.E. Soph., Ransom, N. D.
Herbison, Jessie, H.E. Sr., Grafton, N. D., 55,
Herr, Phyllis, H.E. Soph., Wishek, N. D., 121,
Hertsgaard, Paul, Agr. Fr., Kindred, N. D.
Herzog, Lola. A.A.S. Fr., Nome, N. D., 80
Herzi. Rudolph, H.S. Fr., Burlington, N. D.
Hess, Mildred, Arch. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 200, 220
Herman, Robert, Educ. Jr., Erie, N. D.
Heuer, Donald, Agr. Soph., Leonard, N. D.,
Heuer, Leon, Agr. Sr., Sheldon, N. D., 40, 119,
Heutzenroeder, Gerhard, Agr. Soph., Bertha,
Hewitt, Eva, A.A.S. Grad., Hillsboro, N. D.
Hewitt. Hazel, A.A.S. Sr., Hillsboro, N. D.,
Hild, Gaylord, Agr. Fr., Steele, N. D., 74, 128
Hildre, Wilma, H.E. Jr., Petersburg, N. D.,
Hill. Donald. Educ. Sr., Valley City, N. D., 45,
126, 130, 162, 172
Hilley, John, A.A.S. Fr., Bismarck, N. D.
Hilstad, George, E.E. Jr., Mayville, N. D., 71,
Hinkle. Albert, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Hinz, Walter, A.A.S. Jr., Lidgerwood, N. D.,
97, 126, 166
Hjelle, Eunice, A.A.S. Fr., Mercer, N. D., 80
Hjelmstad, Myrtle, Educ. Fr., Milton, N. D.
Hoag, Richard, A.A.S. Fr., Harwood, N. D.
Hocking, Cloyce, H.E. Soph., Absaraka, N.D.,
74, 107, 201, 209, 228
Hodgson, Philip, Agr. Jr., Gardner, N. D.. 126
Hoff, Rudolph, Pharm. Fr., Richardton, N. D.,
Hoffman, Gordon, Chem. Grad., Woodworth,
Hofstrand, Lorraine, H.E. Fr., Churchs Ferry,
N. D., 205, 209
Hoganson, Sherman, Chem. Fr., Perley, Minn.,
Hoge, Adeline, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 71, 194,
198, 205, 208, 211
Hoge, Arwin, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 45,
Hogoboom, Dale, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 31,
33, 127, 170, 172
Hogoboom, Elmer, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 78
Holes, Anna Mae, H.E. Fr., Hunter, N. D.
Holing, John, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Holje, Earle, A.A.S. Soph., Reserve, N. D.
Holkesvik, Eugene, Agr. Jr., Bismarck, N. D.,
Holm, Arnold, A.A.S. Fr., Pekin, N. D., 202,
Holm, Helen, H.E. Fr., Cuba, N. D., 209
Holman, Leo, Agr. Sr., Wolseth, N. D.
Holmouist, Harold, H.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Holt, Elmer, Agr. Soph., Grafton, N. D.
Holte, Ida, H.E. Fr., Aneta, N. D.
Hooper, Floyd, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Hopperstad, Charles, Arch. Jr., Enderlin, N.D.,
Horgan, Zita, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Horner, Eloise, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Horner, Mary, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 46
Horton, Anne, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 80
Hosmer, William, C.E. Fr., Dunseith, N. D.
Hostbjor, Lucile, Educ. Fr., Rugby, N. D., 80
Hcistller, Elaine, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 46,
House, Larry, C.E. Soph., Bismarck, N. D.
House, Leonard, Agr. Sr., Mandan, N. D., 40
Hovey, Orval. M.E. Fr., Van Hook, N. D.
Hovi, Tina, H.E. Fr., Hannaford, N. D., 202
Hcisrvdgn, Tupper, Pharm. Soph., Cooperstown,
Howland, Dan, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 46,
124, 130, 166, 172
Huber, George, A.A.S. Fr., Kintyre, N. D.
Hughes, Joan, H.E. Fr., Bismarck, N. D., 86,
Hughes, Walter, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 170
Hlgett. Geraldine, H.E. Soph., Valley City,
Hultstrand, Kenneth, H.S. Sr., Fairdale, N. D.
Hultstrand, Victor, Agr. Fr., Park River, N. D.,
Hultstrand, Woodrow, Pharm, Fr., Fairdale,
Humphreys, Jean, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 209
Hunkins, Dwight, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 126,
Hunter, Claude, Agr. Fr., Esmond, N. D.
Huntley, Howard, Educ. Soph., Kindred, N. D.
Huntley, Pauline, Educ. Sr., Kindred, N. D.,
46, 122, 150, 178
Huntley, Sidney, M.E. Soph., Kindred, N. D.
Hiigrfdelbrink, Michael, Chem. Soph., Sherwood,
. D. .
Huseby, Archie, Chem. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Huson, Merlen, M.E. Jr., Dilworth, Minn., 97,
Hutchins, E. Bernard, Agr. Jr., Fargo, N. D.,
Hyland, James, M.E. Fr., Bismarck, N. D.
Hylden, Harold, A.A.S. Fr., Park River, N. D.,
81, 87, 206
Ike, Leslie, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 166
Ingberg, Earl, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Irgens. James, Pharm. Soph., Cooperstown,
Isaacs, Eleanor, A.A.S. Sr., LaMoure, N. D.,
46, 102, 174
Isaacson, Magnus, E.E. Sr., Westby, Mont., 51
Isaak, Howard, Educ. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Isaak, Oliver, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Isensee, Harold, A.A.S. Jr., Pine River, Minn.
Isensee, Ralph, Pharm. Sr., Pine River, Minn.
Isley, Walter, M.E. Soph., Verona, N. D., 158
Itrich, Robert, Pharm. Soph., Hebron, N. D.,
Ivers, Marion, H.E. Fr., Christine, N. D., 205,
Iverson, Elmer, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 205
Iverson, Larry, A.A.S. Jr., Fillmore, N. D., 162
Iverson, Vernon, Chem. Sr., Edgeley, N. D.,
Jackson, Donald, C.E. Soph., Williston, N. D.
Jacobs, Verndetta, A.A.S. Jr., Devils Lake,
N. D., 184
Jacobson, Obed, M.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Jacobson, Owen, Pharm. Fr., Grenora, N. D.
Jacobsen, Stanley, Chem. Fr., Sharon, N. D.,
Jamison, Betty, A.A.S. Jr., Arvilla, N. D., 126,
Jamison, William, A.A.S. Soph., Arvilla, N. D.,
Janecky, George, Pharm. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Jenkins, Clark, Agr. Jr., Erie, N. D., 164
Jensen, Blanche, H.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
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Jensen, Marion S., H.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Jensen, Mavis, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Jensen, Neal, Agr. Soph., Hazen, N. D., 207
Jensen Peter, Agr. Sr., Nome, N. D., 154
Harlin, A.A.S. Fr., Grenora, N. D.
Jim On, Tin Yan, Agr. Soph., Paia, Maui, T. H.
Job, Arthur, A.A.S. Soph., Tanpen, N. D., 74
Jodock, Abener, M.E. Soph., Kempton, N. D.,
Johannson, Gisle, A.A.S. Soph., Hallson, N. D.
Jolhlvnsgard, Harland, Agr. Soph., Christine,
Aldo, H.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
, Arthur, Pharm. Fr., Halstad, Minn.
Arthur, C.E. Soph., Minot, N. D.
Betty, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 151
Cecil, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Doris, H.E. Jr., Albert Lea, Minn.,
121, 180, 198, 208
Johnson, Dorothy E., A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N.D.
Jolla-nscgi, Dorothy H., Pharm. Soph., Fargo,
Johnson, Duane, A.A.S. Fr.. Fargo, N. D.
Johggson, Earl, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 46,
Johnson, Ernest, C.E. Jr., LaMoure, N. D.
Johnson, Frances, Educ. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
150, 180, 191
Johnson, Frank, Agr. Soph., Casselton, N. D.
Johnson, Gestur, Chem. Grad., Edinburg, N.D.
Johnson, Harry, Agr. Fr., Casselton, N. D.
Johnson, 1-Telen, H.E. Fr.. Fargo, N. D., 209
Johnson, Henry, A.A.S. Fr., Lisbon, N. D.
Johnson, Marv Jane, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.,
106, 107. 121.
Johnson, John, Agr. Soph., Colgan, N. D.
Johnson, Kenneth, Pharm, Jr., Davenport,
N. D., 160
Johnson, Loila. H.E. Fr., Colgan, N. D., 209
Johnson, Lowell, A.A.S. Fr., Hawley. Minn.
Johnson, Nora, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 209
Johnson, Oldo, H.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Johnson, Orlando, A.A.S. Fr.. Pembina, N. D.
Johnson, Orvis, Pharm. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Kaiser, Anne, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 102, 150,
198, 206, 211
Kaldor, Donald. Agr. Jr., Hillsboro, N. D.
Kale, Francis, H.S. Sr., Verona, N. D.
Kallander, Vernon, Agr. Fr.. Ayr, N. D., 81
Karnins, Morton, M.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Kanski, Michael, A.A.S. Fr., Wilton, N. D.
Kanaun, Florence, Educ. Fr., Fingal, N. D., 81,
Kapaun, Lucyle, A.A.S. Fr., Fingal, N. D., 81,
Keating, Bart, Chem. Jr., Fargo, N. D.. 204
Keefe, June, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 91,
Keith, Robert, A.A.S. Fr.. Fargo, N. D.
Keith, Roderick, Pharm. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Kempf. Elaine, Educ. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Kennedy, Joyce, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Kennedy, Mary, H.E. Fr., Berlin, N. D. 208
Keogh, Kathryn, H.E. Soph., Beulah, N. D.,
Keohane, Jerry, Agr. Fr., Beach, N. D., 156
Kielty, Wendell, A.A.S. Jr., Thief River Falls,
Minn., 145, 154
Kilbourne, Katherine, H.E. Sr., Helena, Mont.,
55, 59, 86, 92, 96, 176, 186, 194, 195, 198
Kimber, Roger, Chem. Fr., Wahpeton, N. D.,
King, Gorman, A.A.S. Fr., Park River, N. D.,
78, 91, 206
Kinghorn, Walter, Pharm. Soph., Thief River
Falls, Minn., 160
Kinne, Harry, Agr. Fr., Williston, N. D.
Kirby, John, Chem. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Kirk, Robert, Educ. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 156
Kirk, Ruth, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Kittel, Louis, M.E. Soph., Casselton, N. D., 81
Klauss, Donald, Agr. Sr., Ashley, N. D., 41,
Klindworth, Rosemary, H.E. Fr., Stanton, N. D.
Knauer, Robert, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 127,
130, 166, 188
Kniefel, Rosemary, H.E. Fr., LaMoure, N. D.,
Johnson, Phyllis, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Johnson, Richard, Chem. Eng. Soph., Medora,
Johnson, Sidney A., Agr. Fr., Maddock, N. D.,
Johnson, Sidney M., Agr. Soph., Hillsboro,
N. D., 158
Jognson, Sigurd, M.E. Soph., Jamestown, N. D.,
Johnsonbough, Lloyd, Pharm. Soph., Turtle
Lake, N. D., 160
Johnstone, Kenneth, Agr. Soph., Wahpeton,
Dayton, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 46,
164, isa, 189, 210
Donald. A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Herbert. M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 188
Jones, Jean, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 184
Jones, LaVerne, M.E. Jr.. Wyndmere, N. D.
Jones, Margaret, Educ. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
150, 152, 184
Jones, Mary, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Jordre, Emma. H.E. Sr., Oberon, N. D., 55,
150, 151. 152. 193. 195
Jordre, Irvin, C.E. Soph., Oberon, N. D., 162,
Jorrstad, Oswald, Adm.Eng. Soph., Zahl, N. D.,
Josephson. Harland, Agr. Soph., Washburn,
N. D., 75, 207
Josephson, Ross, C.E. Fr., Washburn, N. D.,
Juhlke, Pauline, H.E. Fr., Arvilla, N. D., 209
Kade, Charles, Chem. Grad., Sheboygan, Wis.
Kafer, Gerald, C.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 199
Knight, George, Chem. Fr., Enderlin, N. D.
Knudson, Darrel, Agr. Fr., Voltaire, N. D.,
Knudson, George, Chem. Grad., Junction City,
Knudson, Nels, A.A.S. Jr., Douglas, N. D.
Knudsvig, Howard, A.A.S. Soph., Buxton,
Knudtson, Lucille, A.A.S. Soph., Aneta, N. D.,
75, 121, 201, 238
Knutson, Valdis, A.A.S. Fr., Bismarck, N. D.,
81, 86, 121, 201, 228
Kojancik, Joe, A.A.S. Fr., Aurora, Minn., 81
Koller, Mary, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 206, 208
Kornberg, Howard, C.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Kossila, William, E.E. Jr., Glyndon, Minn.
Koth, Leona, A.A.S. Fr., Washburn, N. D.
Kotts, Phillip, Pharm. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Karft, Harlan, Pharm. Soph., Hoople, N. D.,
Kraling, Marjorie, H.E. Fr., Stirum, N. D., 81,
Krebsbach, Daniel, M.E. Sr., Velva, N. D., 51,
Kreiser, Harry, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Jeanne, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 107
Marjorie, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Palmer, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 170
Mildred, H.S. Sr., Harwood, N. D.
Kroll, Kenneth, Pharm. Sr., Red Lake Falls,
Minn., 46, 162
Kromer, John, C.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Krook, Ruby, Educ. Soph., St. John, N. D.
Krueger, Walter, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
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Kuehl, Herman, Chem. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Kukowski, Lawrence, Chem. Soph., Beach,
N. D., 204
Kuntz, Arthur, Chem. Fr., Harvey, N. D.
Kurke, John, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Kvamme, Ralph, Agr. Soph., Egeland, N. D.,
Kvant, Edgar, H.S. Soph., Harwood, N. D.
Kvgfako, Fred, Pharm. Soph., Glen Ullin, N. D.,
Laaveg, Oscar, Agr. Soph., Lankin, N. D., 162
LaCross, Francis, Pharm. Soph., Baker, Mont.
Ladwig, Francis, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 69,
71, 91, 92, 127, 156, 189, 210
LaFournaise, Joe, Agr. Fr., Wahpeton, N. D.,
LaGrave, Marcia, H.E. Fr., Bismarck, N. D.
Lashlum, Arthur, M.E. Fr., Colgan, N. D., 81,
Lafiberte, Marjorie, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.,
LaMarre, Francis, Agr. Jr., Grafton, N. D.,
122, 127, 156, 172
Lamont, Winetta, Educ. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Landbloom, Helen, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Landbloom, Glenn, Agr. Grad., Fargo, N. D.
Langbell, LaVonne, H.E. Sr., Minot, N. D., 55,
Langseth, Emery, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Lanz, Harry, Agr. Soph., Alexander, N. D.
Larson, Alice, H.E. Sr., Clyde, N. D., 38, 55,
Lewis, Kenneth, H.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Lewis, Mary, H.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Lewis, Vernal, M.E. Fr., LaMoure, N. D.
Lewis Wallace, H.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Lien, ,A1ton, M.E. Fr., Sarles, N. D., 89, 127
Lien, Floyd, Agr. Soph., Park River, N. D.,
Lileks, Wayne, H.S. Jr., Harwood, N. D.
Lincoln, Margery, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Lind, Adolph, M.E. Fr., Hannaford, N. D., 81
102, 184, 186, 193, 194, 195, 212
Larson, Allis, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 221
Larson, Arnold, M.E. Soph., Fargo, N, D., 75,
Larson, Douglas, Pharm. Soph., Moorhead,
Larson, Elmo, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Larson, Evelyn, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 131,
174, 209, 211, 212
Larson, Gordon, C.E. Soph., Sydney, N. D., 74
Larson, Harold, C.E. Soph., Jamestown, N. D.
Larson. Herman, Agr. Fr., Pleasant Lake,
Larson, Joseph, Arch. Fr., Grenora, N. D.. 200
Larson, Lawrence, A.A.S. Fr., Dickey, N. D.,
Larson, Luverne, M.E. Fr., Leonard, N. D., 81
R. Neil, M.E. Fr., Pingree, N. D.. 125
Oliver, Agr. Fr., Pleasant Lake, N. D.
Orville, Agr. Fr., Ray, N. D., 81, 202
Larson, Otis, Pharm. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
, Robert, E.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 51,
127, 130, 162, 196
Larson, S. E., Agr. Fr., Sanish, N. D.
Larson, Wallace, Agr. Sr., Sheyenne, N. D.
Laudlon, Curtis, Pharm. Soph., Kintyre, N. D.,
Lawrence, Lester, Agr. Fr., Crosby, N. D.
Lawyer, Jane, A.A.S. Fr., Bismarck, N. D.
Leake, Jean, H.E. Soph., Emerado, N. D., 178,
Leamer, Ross, Agr. Jr., Ellendale, N. D.
Leathart, Charles, Pharm. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Le4B3ien, Wayne, Pharm. Sr., McHenry, N. D.,
Lebus, Glenn, A.A.S. Fr., Casselton, N. D.
Lechleiter, Gladys. H.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Lechner, Bertis, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Lee, Annabel, A.A.S. Fr., Fingal, N. D.
Lee, Clifford, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Lee, Eldred, M.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 51, 94,
105, 127, 130, 188, 189, 196
Legei latggjene, Pharm. Fr., Fergus Falls, Minn.,
Leei8Mertice, H.E. Fr., Fingal, N. D., 71, 201,
Lee, Rosemary, H.E. Soph., Valley City, N. D.,
75, 121, 176, 209
Leonard, Thomas, M.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Lepird, Betty, A.A.S. Fr., West Fargo, N. D.
Lindback, Milton, Chem. Soph., Twin Valley,
Lindeman, Marcella, H.E. Soph., Kelso, N. D.
Lindemann, Bohn, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Linson, William, Agr. Jr., Rolla, N. D.
Lippert, Alvin, M.E. Fr., Ashley, N. D., 168
Livedalen, Ruby, H.E. Jr., Hatton, N. D., 107,
Lloyd, Barbara, H.E. Jr., Valley City, N. D.
Loberg, Fern, Educ. Sr., Valley City, N. D., 46
Loftheim, Kaare, M.E. Soph., Sheyenne, N. D.
Lohstreter, Glenn, Agr. Soph., Mandan, N. D.,
Longbella, Richard, Pharm. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Loomis, Murray, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Losinski, Lawrence, Forestry Fr.. Beach. N. D.
Louras, Aristides, A.A.S. Fr., Jacksonville, Fla.
Lovik, Hjordis, H.E. Fr., Finley, N. D., 150,
Lowe, June, H.E. Soph., Kenmare, N. D., 75,
184, 201, 209, 228
Lubenow, Norton, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Lunde. Carol. H.E. Sr., Cooperstown, N. D.,
55. 180, 198
Lundgren. Mary, H.E. Soph., Wales, N. D., 202
Lundin, Herbert, Pharm. Sr., Watford City,
N. D., 46
Lundsten, Carlisle, Agr. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Lunsford, Charles, Chem. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Luther, Dorothy, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Luther, Vivian, A.A.S. Grad., Mandan, N. D.
Lybeck, Thores, Agr. Fr., Petersburg, N. D.
Lynch, John, A.A.S. Soph., LaMoure, N. D., 92,
Lynne, Robert, M.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 75,
Mach, Patrick, Agr. Jr., Minto, N. D., 162
Mackley, Joe, Arch.Eng. Fr., Minot, N. D., 166,
Mackoff, Sam, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Maddock, Bernard, Agr. Jr., Bismarck, N. D.
Magill, William, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 120
Mahlman, Mary, A.A.S. Soph., Bismarck, N. D.
Mahoney, James, Agr. Fr., Tolna, N. D., 81, 90,
Majors, Bernard, A.A.S. Fr., Jamestown, N. D.,
46, 156, 206
Maloney, Basil, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Maloney, Clifford, A.A.S. Grad., Fargo, N. D.
Maloney, Olive, H.E. Sr., Fargo. N. D., 55, 184
Maly, Slava, Educ. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Mannes, Earl, C.E. Jr., Dazey, N. D., 88, 168,
Manning, Russell, Pharm. Fr., Leeds, N. D., 82,
Mansfield, Lois, H.E. Sr., Tuttle, N. D., 55,
Marquisee, Louis, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Martin, J. B., Agr. Fr., Hamilton, N. D.
Martin, Milton, M.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 188
Martin, Ray, Agr. Fr., Hamilton, N. D.
Martinson, Earl, M.E. Sr., Leal, N. D., 51, 193,
Mason, Walter, Chem. Fr., Cartwright, N. D.,
Matteson, Elaine, A.A.S. Fr., Hillsboro, N. D.,
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Mattson, Emil, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Charles, Agr. Fr., Arthur, N. D., 207
Dwight, Agr. Fr., Arthur, N. D., 82
Lila, H.E. Sr., Devils Lake, N. D., 55,
Maxwell, James, Educ. Fr., Grafton, N. D., 146
May, Ariel, Pharm. Soph., Mohall, N. D.
May, Emil, Educ. Jr., Aberdeen, S. D., 145
an, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 150, 151, 180,
Maynard, Stanley, Educ. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Meland, Curtis, Arch.Eng. Fr., Fessenden,
N. D., 82, 200
Melary, Francis, C.E. Fr., Hettinger, N. D., 82,
Melsted, Sigurd, Agr. Jr., Edinburg, N. D., 207
Mergenthal, Lloyd, C.E. Fr., Hillsboro, N. D.
Meyer, Celesta, Pharm, Fr., Minot, N. D., 82
Mickelson, Esther, H.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 55
Mickelson, Evelyn, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Mickelson, Millard, Educ. Grad., Fargo, N. D.
Mickelson, Virginia, Educ. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Midgarden, James, Chem. Fr., Glyndon, Minn.
Milde, Roy, Chem. Fr., Maddock, N. D.
Miller, Robert E., Chem.Eng. Fr., Coopers-
town, N. D., 170
Millar, Robert W., Educ. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Mills, Betty, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 73,
Mills, Hazelle, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Minard, Sara, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 46, 150,
Miner, Rachel, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Mirras, Peter, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Mittelstadt, Vernon, Agr. Fr., Blairsdale, N. D.
Mjovig, June, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 205.
Moe, James, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Moen, Dorothy, H.E. Fr., Hanks, N. D., 202,
Moffitt, Margaret, Educ. Jr., Lisbon, N. D., 150
Moll, Marvin, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Molland, Dorothy, H.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 55,
194, 198, 212
Monley, Gerald, Chem. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Monteith, Floyd, Agr. Fr., Egeland, N. D., 75,
Montgomery, Lancelot, Adm.Eng. Soph., Cas-
selton, N. D., 19, 82
Moon, Thomas, Pharm. Fr., Blackduck, Minn.,
Moore, George, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Moore, James, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 126,
Morgan, Leslie, Educ. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 47,
Moren, Frank, Agr. Fr., Belcourt, N. D.
Morrill, James, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Morris, Geraldine, H.E. Fr., Wahpeton, N. D.,
Morris, James, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Morris, Marian, Educ. Soph., Mapleton, N. D.
Morris, Mercedes, A.A.S. Jr., Wahpeton, N. D.,
Morrison, Earl, M.E. Jr., Cavalier, N. D.
Morrison, Russell, M.E. Fr., Neche, N. D.
Morton, Arthur, C.E. Fr., Carrington, N. D.
Muller, Herman, C.E. Fr., Crookston, Minn.
Mumm, Frank, C.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Murchie, Olive, H.E. Sr., Sarles, N. D., 55, 150,
Murfin, Alfred, Chem. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 71, 90,
170, 172, 204
Murphy, Frank, Chem. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 82
Murphy, George, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Murphy, Gertrude, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.,
Murphy, John R., A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Murphy, Laurence, Chem. Soph., Killdeer,
Murphy, Thomas, Agr. Fr., Sarles, N. D.
Murphy, William, Educ. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 34,
47, 166, 190, 191, 206
Murray, Deane, A.A.S. Fr., Beulah, N. D., 121,
151, 201, 228
Murray, Jean, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Mutz, William, Agr. Soph., Jamestown, N. D.,
Myers, C. John, Pharm. Fr., Mount Joy,
Myhra, Maxine, H.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 55
Myron, John, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Myron, Lois, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 71, 176,
McAllen, Paul, Pharm. Jr., Minot, N. D., 164
McCabe, Ruth, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 107, 184,
McCain, Mavis, A.A.S. Sr., Manfred, N. D.
McCarthy, Bernard, A.A.S. Soph., Granville,
McCarthy, Lucile, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 75,
McClure, Neal, Agr. Soph., Bowbells, N. D.
McCormick, Chester, A.A.S. Soph., New
Salem, N. D.
McCracken, Robert, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 86
McCormick, Maurice, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.,
McCutcheon, Donald, Arch. Jr., Minot, N. D.,
McDonald, Eloise, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
McDonald, John, Agr. Soph., Harwood, N. D.,
McDougall, Robert, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 75,
McDowell, Harriet, H. E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
McDunn, Adrian, M.E. Fr., Barnesville, Minn.,
McEnroe, Kathryn, H. E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 131,
184, 186, 198, 208, 211
McGregor, James, Agr. Soph., Page, N. D., 207
McHaney, John, Pharm. Fr., Westhope, N. D.
McIntyre, Donald, Agr. Fr., Casselton, N. D.,
McKee, William, M.E. Fr., Webster, N. D.
McKim, Elliott, Chem. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
McLarty, Ross, Chem.Eng. Soph., Neche, N. D.
McLaughlin, Arthur, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.,
McMahon, James, C.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 199
McMerty, Anna, H.E. Fr., Crystal, N. D., 82
MiIMi1r5hael, Agnes, A.A.S. Fr., Wyndmere,
McMillan, Lois, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 74
McNamera, Mary Evelyn, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo,
N. D., 182
McVay, Keith, Educ. Sr., Cando, N. D., 46, 160
Naaden, Mamie, H.E. Soph., Braddock, N. D.,
Naftalin, Lorraine, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Naughton, Robert, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Neal, Arthur, Chem. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Neal, Edna, Educ. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Neitzke, Cletus, A.A.S. Fr., Detroit Lakes,
Nelson, Clarence, Agr. Soph., Edgeley, N. D.,
Nelson, DeLaurence, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.,
107, 127, 156
Nelson, Donald, A.A.S. Sr., Harvey, N. D., 154
Nelson, Emil, Agr. Soph., Edgeley, N. D.
Nelson, Erling, Agr. Jr., Dazey, N. D., 154
Nelson, Fay Ann, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Nelson, Frank, M.E. Jr., Jamestown, N. D., 126
George, Agr. Fr., Moorhead, Minn.
Gertrude, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 176
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, Lowell, H.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
, Norman, A.A.S. Fr., Ayr, N. D., 82
, Morlan, Agr. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 127
, Rueben, Chem. Soph., Dazey, N. D.
Robert, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 126
Nelson, Virginia, H.E. Fr., Moorhead, Minn.,
Nesbit, Charles, Pharm. Soph., Harvey, N. D.,
Nesemeier, Dale, H.E. Jr., West Fargo, N. D.
Ness, Arnold, Agr. Sr., Edmore, N. D., 41, 162,
Ness, Barbara, A.A.S. Fr., Washburn, N. D.,
Ness, Beatrice, H.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 55
Ness, Carroll, Agr. Fr., Mandan, N. D., 82, 128,
Ernest, H.S. Soph., Harwood, N. D.
Ethel, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 17, 47,
150, 151, 152, 195, 211, 212, 221
Evelyn, Educ. Fr., Edgeley, N. D.
Olson, Harold, Agr. Jr., Kloten, N. D.
Olson, Ione, H.S. Sr., Wild Rice, N. D.
Olson, Kenneth, M.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Olson, Levi, Chem. Soph., Sutton, N. D.
Lloyd, Educ. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 75
Lois, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 226
Mark, M.E. Fr., Harvey, N. D.
Norman, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Raymond, M.E. Sr., Lawton, N. D.
Vinnie H.E. Fr. Fargo N. D. 71, 86,
90, 02, 102, 122, 127, 176, 190,,194, 21,1
Wallace, A.A.S. Fr., Hillsboro, N. D.
Walter, E.E. Sr., Edmore, N. D., 168
William, Educ. Jr., Leeds, N. D.
Zona Mae, H.E. Soph., Carrington,
Nesvig, Leonard, H.S. Fr., Lansford, N. D.
Nesvig, Maynard, Agr. Sr., Lansford, N. D., 41,
125, 126, 130
Neuenschwander, Margaret, H.E. Jr., Fessen-
den, N. D.
Neumann, Leslie, Chem. Sr., Litchville, N. D.,
51, 162, 193
Newcomb, Robert, A.A.S. Soph., Bismarck,
Newell, Margaret, H.E. Soph., Sidney, Mont.,
150, 151, 209
Newman, Arthur, Agr. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Owens, Doreen, Educ. Fr., Englevale, N. D.
Nichols, Robert, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Nickel, Paul, chem. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 82
Niles, John, C.E. Soph., Dawson, N. D., 75
Nims, Madeline, A.A.S. Jr., Lisbon, N. D., 71,
Nims, Marjorie, A.A.S. Jr., Lisbon, N. D., 71,
Nims, Robert, A.A.S. Soph., Lisbon, N. D.,
Noecker, Carson, Educ. Sr., Valley City, N. D.
Nordholm, Lloyd, M.E. Soph., Mandan, N. D.,
Norling, Lloyd, Chem. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Nurnberger, Marvin, A.A.S. Soph., Velva,
N. D., 75
Nygard, Lloyd, Agr. Fr., Edinburg, N. D., 82,
Nystuen, Peter, Agr. Soph., Corinth, N. D.
O'Connell, Kathleen, A.A.S. Fr., Bismarck,
O'Day, John, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Ofstehage, Tedeman, A.A.S. Jr., Hatton, N. D.
Ogilvie, Joyce, H.E. Fr., Jamestown, N. D., 86,
Olafson, Frederick, C.E. Fr., Park River, N. D.
O'Laughlin, John, Arch. Fr., Moorhead, Minn.,
Oleson, George, Chem. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Oliver, Beth, Educ. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 86, 94,
131, 180, 186
Oliver, Leon, Educ. Soph., Wahpeton, N. D.
Olson, Ann, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Olson, Calvin, Agr. Grad., Fargo, N. D.
Olson, Charlotte, H.E. Fr., Valley City, N. D.,
Olson, Charles, Educ. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Olson, Chester, Chem. Sr., Leeds, N. D., 51,
Olson, Clarence, Agr. Fr., Fortuna, N. D., 207
Olson, Darwin, A.A.S. Sr., Finley, N. D.
Olson, Dorothy, H.E. Soph., Jamestown, N. D.,
75, 94, 131, 184
Olson, Edwin B., M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 166
Olson, Edwin R., Agr. Jr., Jamestown, N. D.,
Olson, Elmo, A.A.S. Fr., Finley, N. D.
N. D., 208
Oman, Doris, A.A.S. Sr., Napoleon, N. D., 47,
Omodt, Hollis, Agr. Fr., Bucyrus, N. D.
O'Neil, Daniel, A.A.S. Fr., Edgeley, N. D.
Onstad, Glenn, Chem. Eng. Fr., Fargo, N, D.,
Oram, Patricia, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 83,
Ordahl, Sylvia, Educ. Sr., Edinburg, N. D., 202,
Osborne, Francis, C.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 125,
Osborne, James, Agr. Fr., Devils Lake, N. D.,
Osborne, Loretta, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 176
Ose, Alfred, Educ. Soph., Brinsmade, N. D.
Ostby, Wayne, A.A.S. Soph., Sheyenne, N. D.
Ostergard, Kay, A.A.S. Soph., Kenmare, N. D.
011268 Martin, Pharm. Fr., Ambrose, N. D., 82,
Oyen, Robert, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Paasch, Robert, Agr. Soph., Belfield, N. D., 207
Packard, Clark, M.E. Fr., Edgeley, N. D., 120
Page, Vivian, H.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Pahl, John, C.E. Sr., Lidgerwood, N. D., 51,
Paper, Charles, M.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Paris, Jeanne, H.E. Fr., Bismarck, N. D., 83,
Parizek, Shirley, Educ. Jr., Lidgerwood, N. D.
Parizek, Ward, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo. N. D.
Parkins, Rose, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Parries, Leonette, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Parsons, Karl, Grad., Fargo, N. D.
Patterson, Marjorie, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 71,
Paulson, John, Agr. Soph., Concrete, N. D.
Paulson, Marvin, C.E. Jr., Hatton, N. D.
Peart, Aldyth, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Pederson, Arthur, Pharm. Fr., Mayville, N. D.
Pederson, Helen, H.E. Fr., Bismarck, N. D., 121
Pederson, Marjorie, Pharm. Jr., Moorhead,
Peffer, Roland, Chem. Fr., Enderlin, N. D., 83,
Pehrson, Woodrow, Chem. Fr., Alamo, N. D.
Peltola, Herbert, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Peltola, Oswald, E.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 221
Penman, Robert, C.E. Fr., Williston, N. D., 199
Perce, Lynn, H.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Percy, Roe, A.A.S. Fr., Mandan, N. D.
Perry, Hazel, Educ. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 179
Perry, Vernon, M.E. Fr., Hillsboro, N. D., 83
Peterick, Edward, Agr. Fr., Lidgerwood, N. D.
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Petersen, Ada, Educ. Fr., Arnegard, N. D., 83
Petersen, Andrew, A.A.S. Fr., Arnegard, N. D.,
Peterson, Bernice, H.E. Fr., Bismarck, N. D.,
Peterson. Dale, Agr. Jr., LaMoure, N. D.
Peterson, Dan, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Peterson, Edgar, M.E. Soph., Flasher, N. D.
Peterson, Garth, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Peterson, Loyd, C.E. Jr., Tioga, N. D., 199
Peterson Mildred, Educ. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 47,
Peterson, Pauline, H.E. Fr., Page, N. D.
Peterson, Roald, A.A.S. Jr., Schafer, N. D.
Peterson, Robert, C.E. Soph., Moorhead, Minn.,
Peterson, Roy, M.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Peterson, Vernon, Pharm. Fr., Wahpeton, N. D.
Peterson, Wanda, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 76,
Pinkham, Ruth, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 72, 182
Petrie, Sidney, A.A.S. Fr., Park Rapids, Minn.
Pfeffer, Margie, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Pflugrath, William, Pharm. Jr., New Leipzig,
N. D., 126, 160, 172
Phillips, George, H.S. Fr., Valley City, N. D.
Phillips, Wesley, A.A.S. Jr., Moorhead, Minn.,
Piehl, Ethel, H.E. Fr., Marion, N. D., 205
Piers, Alice, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 74, 180,
Rollo, Agr. Jr., New Rockford, N. D.
Piperj Ruth, Educ. Jr., New Rockford, N. D.,
102, 106, 107, 118, 121, 122, 131, 178
Plath Bruce A r. Fr. Far o N. D
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John, A.A.S. Jr., Davenport, N. D., 120,
Plath Loren, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Plath Vinton, Agr. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 31, 41,
Platt, William, C.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 199
Ploof Elden Chem Fr Far o N D
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Plummer, Kinsey, Chem. Soph., Cavalier,
N. D., 118, 119, 122
Pollock, Charles, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 34,
Pollock, John, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 72, 105,
Pollock, Lyle, Chem.Eng. Fr., Bowman, N. D.
Pollock, Peter, Educ. Soph., Casselton, N. D.
Porter, John, A.A.S. Fr., Montpelier, N. D.
Potter, Loren, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Potter, Roy, M.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Powers, Catherine, Educ. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 72,
Powers, Charles, Agr. Soph., Durbin, N. D., 76
Powers, Madeline, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 72,
Pridt, Lillian, H.E. Jr., Hazen, N. D.
Probst, Frances, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 47,
Pronovost, Baptist, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Provan, Gladys, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 76, 150,
151, 184, 209
Pryor, Donald, A.A.S. Fr., Pelican Rapids,
Purdon, James, A.A.S. Jr., Lisbon, N. D., 72,
119, 122, 154
Putnam, Clarence, C.E. Jr., Egeland, N. D.,
Putnam, Donald, E.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 38, 51,
106, 118, 119, 122, 166, 199
Putnam, Florence, H.E. Fr., Jud, N. D.
Putnam, Ralph, M.E. Fr., Jud, N. D.
Putz, Claire, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 76, 180,
Putz, George, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 90, 122,
Pyle, Ralph, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Quam, Lyle, I-I.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Quickstad, Dale, M.E. Soph., Hettinger, N. D.
Randall, Vincent, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 120,
Rasmusen, Reidar, M.E. Soph., Comertown,
Rau, Dorothy, H.E. Soph., Thief River Falls,
Minn., 150, 151, 152
Ray, Catherine, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Ray, Thomas, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 83
Raymond, John, C.E. Fr., Stephen, N. D.
Raymond, Lauren, Arch. Fr., Stephen, Minn.,
Read, Raymond, Agr. Soph., Leeds, N. D., 202,
Rector, Mary, Educ. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 180
Redmond, Ward, A.A.S. Sr., Devils Lake,
N. D., 47, 127, 130
Reed, Dorothy, H.E. Fr., Burnstad, N. D., 83,
Reep, Jerome, A.A.S. Jr., Williston, N. D., 126,
Rehmann, Orville, Chem. Jr., Leeds, N. D., 204
Reimer, Carl, A.A.S. Jr., Goodrich, N. D., 127,
Restvedt, Helen, H.E. Fr., Ambrose, N. D., 83,
Reynolds, Alta, Pharm. Fr., Edmore, N. D.
Reynolds, Emily, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 194,
Reynolds, Julia, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Rhinehart, Max, Agr. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Rhodes, Rebecca, H.E. Fr., Cooperstown, N. D.
Rice, Ernest, Agr. Fr., Mohall, N. D., 205
Rice, Verdine, H.S. Soph., Mohall, N. D., 205
Rich, Earl, A.A.S. Fr., Kindred, N. D.
Richter, Vernon, Pharm. Fr., Lansford, N. D.
Ricketts, Wilbert, Agr. Soph., Douglas, N. D.
Rialgvviaiyg, Claude, Agr. Sr., Fordville, N. D.,
Riebe, Jack, C.E. Jr., Kensal, N. D., 126, 168,
Riedesel, Jack, Educ. Sr., Cathay, N. D., 47,
125, 126, 130, 191
Rife, Lawrence, A.A.S. Fr., Sheldon, N. D.
Rindahl, Crystal, Pharm. Fr., Erskine, Minn.
Ringdahl, John, Agr. Soph., Lisbon, N. D.
Rinkel, Blanche, H.E. Fr., Thief River Falls,
Roberts, Kathryn, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Robinson, Dave, Agr. Fr., Coleharbor, N. D.,
83, 202, 207
Roderick, Jane, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 209
Rogeness, Olav, Agr. Sr., Heimdal, N. D., 41
Rohan, William, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Rolland, Richard, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Rommel, Wilfred, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 47,
62, 122, 189, 193
Ronning, George, A.A.S. Fr., Binford, N. D.
Rooney, Marjorie, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 47,
Rovig, Carl, Educ. Jr., Nome, N. D., 144, 170
Rose, Arthur, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Rosenberg, Louis, Pharm. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Rosendahl, Glenn, Wells, N. D., 120
Ross, Faye, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Ross, Fern, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Rotenberg, David, Chem. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Rowe, Oliver, Chem. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 51, 119,
Rowe, Paul, C.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 199
Rowe, Phyllis, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 72, 90,
102, 150, 182, 190, 208, 211, 212
Ruland, Joyce, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
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Ruland, Maurice, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 127
Runice, Mary, H.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 56, 182
Russ, Robert, Educ. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 47, 191
Rustad, Arnold, Arch. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 52,
125, 127, 130, 168, 192, 200
Rutledge, Roy, M.E. Fr., Langdon, N. D.
Ruud. Wallace, A.A.S. Fr., Hoople, N. D., 146,
Rynning, James, A.A.S. Soph., Kennedy, N. D.
Saetre, Gaylord, A.A.S. Fr., Hanning, Minn.
Sagen, Lola, H.E. Fr., Edmore, N. D., 83
Saign, Sidney, Educ. Fr., Pillsbury, N. D., 146
Sakshag, Dora, H.E. Fr., Sherwood, N. D., 205,
Salmans, Elaine, A.A.S. Soph., Cooperstown,
Samuelson, Theodore, Pharm. Jr., Langdon,
Sandberg, Norman, Educ. Grad., Fargo, N. D.
Sanders, Fay, Pharm. Soph., Leeds, N. D., 160
Sanders, Robert, Educ. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 105,
106, 107, 119, 122
Sanders, Noble, Agr. Sr., Ray, N. D., 41
Sanderson, Otto, Agr. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Sandison, Robert, M.E. Fr., Clyde, N. D., 83
Sanstead, June, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 180,
Sapa, Casimir, C.E. Fr., Lidgerwood, N. D.
Sasse, Douglas, Educ. Jr., Lidgerwood, N. D.,
Sasse, Victor, Educ. Fr., Lidgerwood, N. D.
Saueressig, Robertta, Educ. Fr., McClusky,
Saugstad, Stanley, A.A.S. Grad., Minot, N. D.
Saunders, Robert, Educ. Sr., Mandan, N. D.,
30, 31, 47, 65, 142, 154, 189, 193
Sawby, Cyrus, M.E. Sr., Velva, N. D., 52, 193,
Sawyer, Robert, Agr. Fr., Berthold, N. D.
Scatterday, Barbara, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Schaetzel, Murray, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Schafer, Raymond, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo. N. D.
Schlichenmayer, Ruben, C.E. Fr., Turtle Lake,
N. D., 83
Schmidt, Edward, Agr. Soph., Mandan, N. D.,
Schmidt, Marvin, Pharm. Fr., Hebron, N. D.
Schmidt, Roberta, Pharm.
Schmierer, Ruth, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 86,
Schneider, Helen, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Schoeffler, Franklin, Agr. Jr., Lisbon, N. D.,
Schoessow, John, M.E. Fr., Embden, N. D, 128
Schollander, Maxine, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
76, 86, 176, 209
Schonberg, Margaret, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N, D.
Schrank, Cecil, Educ. Fr., Grafton, N. D.
Schrank, Elmer, Agr. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Schranz, Walter, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Schreiter, Raymond, A.A.S. Fr.. Sanborn, N. D.
Schroeder, Muriel, H.E. Fr., Glyndon, Minn.
Schroeder, Robert, Agr. Fr., Glyndon, Minn.
Schroeder, Russell, Agr. Fr., Carrington. N. D.
Schulstad, Christian, Educ. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Schulz, Arthur, Agr. Soph., Marion, N. D., 205
Schulz, Esther, H.E. Fr., Crystal, N. D., 83
Schulz, Ethel, Educ. Fr., Crystal, N. D., 83
Schulz, Harold, Agr. Jr., Marion, N. D., 162,
Schulz, Jane, H.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 56, 61, 97,
180, 186. 194, 195, 198, 211
Schulz, John, Agr. Fr., Durbin, N. D., 154
SCi15LZlZ, Joseph, Agr. Soph., Mantador, N. D.,
Schulz, Robert, M.E. Sr., Crystal, N. D., 52,
Schurr, Elaine, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 174
Schurr, Garmond, Chem. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 90,
Schutt, Clifford, C.E. Fr., Moorhead, Minn.
Scott, Conald, Agr. Grad., Fargo, N. D.
Scott, Edward, Agr. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Seaquist, Robert, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Sebby, Bernall, Fr., Fingal, N. D.
Seeba, John, Chem. Sr., Harvey, N. D., 52, 127,
130, 168, 189, 204
Seebart, Archie, Agr. Soph., Lakota, N. D., 76,
87, 164, 190
Seibel, Glenn, A.A.S. Fr., Harvey, N. D.
Selander, Neil, Agr. Fr., Sheyenne, N. D.
Sellner, Dorothy, H.E. Soph., Elgin, N. D., 76,
Selstedt, Lillian, H.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Selvig, Abner, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Serumgard, Edith, H.E. Sr., Devils Lake,
N. D., 56
Setterholm, Earl, C.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Sevenants, John, A.A.S. Grad.,
Severance, Maurice, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Severson, Edward, Agr. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 41
Shafer, Barbara, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Shalit, Ella, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Shamp, Spencer, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Sharpe, Dorothy, H.E. Sr., Portland, N. D., 56,
Sharp, Janet, H.E. Jr., Moorhead, Minn., 176
Shaw, Robert, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Sheard, Alvin, M.E. Jr., Cathay, N. D., 126
Sherwood, Mary, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 31,
Shield, Fred, Agr. Fr., Drayton, N. D.
Shigley, James, Arch. Jr., Minot, N. D., 126,
166, 188, 192, 200
Shigley, Marian, A.A.S. Soph., Minot, N. D.,
184, 201, 228
Shipley, Howard, Agr. Fr., Steele, N. D.
Sholts, Maynard, Agr. Sr., Akeley, Minn., 154
Shotwell, Hessel, Educ. Sr., Edmore, N. D., 47
Shouts. Eleanore, Educ. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Shrawder, Gordner, C.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Shuley, Norma, H.E. Soph., Edinburg, N. D.
Shure, Charles, A.A.S. Grad., Fargo, N. D.
Simbalenko, Roy, M.E. Fr., Kief, N. D., 83
Simensen, Marian, H.E. Jr., Grandin, N. D.
Simison, Parker, Pharm. Fr., Hawley, Minn.
Simmons, Edward, A.A.S. Fr., New England,
Simmons, Marjory, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Simmons, Robert, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Simonson, Clifford, A.A.S. Fr., Agate, N. D.
Skarie, Allan, C.E. Fr., Balfor, N. D., 199
Delmer, Educ. Soph., Devils Lake,
it IJ, 119, 122, 125
Myron, Educ. Jr., Pelican Rapids, Minn.
Slabough, Wendell, Chem. Grad., Elkhart, Ind.
Sletvold, Helen, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 121
Slingsby, Allan, M.E. Fr., Argusville, N. D.
Gregory, Educ. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Erwin, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 84
Smith, Art, A.A.S. Fr., Moorhead. Minn., 122
Smith, Ernest, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Smith, Mrs. Hazel, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Smith, Lowell, Pharm. Soph., Jamestown,
N. D., 160
Smith Marjorie, H.E. Sr., Twin Valley, Minn.,
Smith, Marian, H.E. Soph., Amenia, N. D., 76,
122, 151, 201, 209. 228
Smith, Ralph, A.A.S. Sr., LaMoure, N. D., 47,
Smith, Reuben, E.E. Sr., Hillsboro, N. D., 52,
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102, 105, 106
Snydal, Gudbrandur, C.E. Fr., Garden, N. D.
Snyder, Allen, M.E. Soph., Dawson, N. D., 76,
Snyder, Ruth, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 151
Solberg, Doris, H.E. Soph., Cooperstown, N. D.,
Solberg, Orvin, Chem. Fr., Lakota, N. D., 202,
Solem, Bergliot, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Solem, Mason, M.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Solga, William, M.E. Soph., Minot, N. D.
Sommars, Lyle, H.E. Soph., Carrington, N. D.
Sorenson, Frank, Agr. Sr., Kathryn, N. D., 41,
Sorenson, Roy, Agr. Fr., Kathryn, N. D.
Sorlie, George, A.A.S. Fr., Buxton, N. D.
Sorvik, Orville, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 48,
95, 105, 122, 166, 189
Southam, Waldo, M.E. Fr., Mohall, N. D.
Spalding, Carlton, A.A.S. Fr., Dickinson, N. D.
Spaulding, Janet, A.A.S. Jr., Jamestown,
N. D., 72, 180
Spaulding, John, Agr. Grad., Sherwood, N. D.
Specht, Wallace, M.E. Fr., Moorhead, Minn.
Spitzer, Harold, Chem. Sr., Ashley, N. D., 38,
52, 168, 189, 193, 204
Spielman, Loren, Pharm. Soph., Flasher, N. D.
Springan, Arne, Pharm. Fr., Stanley, N. D., 84,
Springer, Wayne, Educ. Sr., Hettinger, N. D.,
48, 125, 156
Stafford, Howard, Pharm. Soph., Cavalier,
N. D., 160
Stangeland, Norton, Agr. Sr., Fillmore, N. D.,
Stangler, Anna, Educ. Jr., Fingal, N. D.
Starbuck, Charles, Arch. Soph., Bismarck,
N. D., 76
Steele, Duane, Agr. Fr., Jud, N. D.
Steffen, Marvin, A.A.S. Soph., Parshall, N. D.
Stefonowicz, Clifford, Agr. Fr., Jud, N. D., 146
Stein, Leonard, C.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Stenehjem, Gwendolyn, Educ. Jr., Arnegard,
N. D., 19, 72, 95, 102, 131, 178, 186
Stenehjem, Leland, A.A.S. Fr., Watford City,
N. D., 33
Stenehjem, Martin, Agr. Fr., Arnegard, N. D.
Stenerson, Gerhard, Adm.Eng. Fr., Van Hook,
Stevens, Forrest, Educ. Soph., Devils Lake,
N. D., 144
Stevens, Jerome, Agr. Jr., Underwood, N. D.,
Stevens, Muriel, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 150,
Stevenson, Russell, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Stewart, David, Agr. Fr., Bowman, N. D.
Stewart, Grace, Pharm. Jr., Wahpeton, N. D.,
72, 176, 228
Stewart, Jean, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 180
Stewart, William, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Stinson, Doris, Pharm. Soph., Pembina, N. D.,
182, 186, 212
Stockstad, Ruth, Educ. Sr., Milnor, N. D., 48,
121, 191, 205
Stoltenow, Eleanor, H.E. Jr., Great Bend,
N. D., 121, 208
Strand, DeForrest, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Strand, Duane, H.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Strand, Maurice, Chem. Fr., Enderlin, N. D.,
Strangeland, Norton, Agr. Sr., Fillmore, N. D.,
Striker, Dale, Agr. Fr., Bucyrus, N. D.
Strinden, Alfred, A.A.S. Jr., Litchville, N. D.,
Strinden, Theron, Agr. Fr., Litchville, N. D.,
Strong, Alvin, Agr. Sr., Egeland, N. D., 103,
Strum, George, Agr. Fr., Hastings, N. D., 162
Stuart, Russell, Agr. Fr., Bucyrus, N. D.
Sturgeon, Lyle, Educ. Sr., Moorhead, Minn.
Sulerud, Earl, Agr. Soph., Mandan, N. D., 202,
Sundahl, James, C.E. Fr., Moorhead, Minn.
Sundfor, Alfred, M.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Sundquist, Helen, H.E. Fr., Aneta, N. D.
Svenningsen, John, C.E. Fr., Hope, N. D.
Svidal, Clifford, A.A.S. Soph., Devils Lake,
Svore, Ferdinand, M.E. Fr., Alexander, N. D.,
Swanson, Gordon, Agr. Fr., Sheyenne, N. D.
Swanson, Wallace, M.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Swisher, Ruther, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 209
Switzer, Edwin, Chem. Jr., Regent, N. D., 204
Taillon, Norman, M.E. Fr., Cavalier, N. D., 84
Tandberg, Arnold, Agr. Fr., Pekin, N. D., 202
Tarplee, Maurice, C.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 151
Tarplee, Mildred, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 150
Tavis, James, A.A.S. Soph., Dickinson, N. D.
Tavis, Leo, Chem. Fr., Glen Ullin, N. D.
Taylor, Constance, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
74, 127, 176
Taylor, David, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 125,
Taylor, James, Adm.Eng. Fr., Bismarck, N. D.,
84, 86, 128
Taylor, Lee, A.A.S. Fr., Oriska, N. D., 84
Taylor, Richard, Chem. Soph., Minot, N. D.
Tellefson, Cherle, H.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Thal, Max, Chem. Sr., Lakota, N. D., 52, 119,
122, 162, 189, 204
Theobold, Mabel, H.E. Fr., Raub, N. D., 201,
Theodus, Dean, M.E. Fr., Rugby, N. D., 84, 120
Thompson, Alfred, A.A.S. Fr., Lisbon, N. D.
Thompson, Donald G., A.A.S. Soph., Hoople,
N. D., 76
Thompson Donald R., M.E. Soph., Dilworth,
Thompson, Edward, H.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Thompson, Harold, Chem. Sr., Leonard, N. D.,
Thompson, James, Agr. Fr., Selz, N. D.
Thompson, John, A. A. S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Thompson Kermit, M.E. Fr., Moorhead, Minn.
Thompson Lewis, Chem. Soph., Hatton, N. D.,
Thompson, Philip, M.E. Jr., Leonard, N. D.
Thompson, Robert, A.A.S. Fr., Lisbon, N. D.,
Thompson Theresa, H.E. Fr., Edmore, N. D.
Thompson Walter, H.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Thompson, William, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.,
48, 119, 156
Thompson, William T., M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Thomte, Ruth, A.A.S. Fr., Colgan, N. D., 84
Thorne, Ward, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Thorsgaard, Enoch, Agr. Fr., Northwood, N. D.
Thorsland, Rolo, C.E. Jr., Hope, N. D.
Thorson, Ingolf, C.E. Jr., Hatton, N. D., 96
Thorson, Mildred, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 228
Thorson, Vivka, H.E. Fr., Detroit Lakes, Minn.,
107, 121, 201
Thoreson, Wendell, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Thorsrud, Sverre, Agr. Soph., Watford City,
N. D., 164
Thorwaldson, Albert, A.A.S. Fr., Cavalier,
N. D., 84, 90, 92
Thue, Tessie, A.A.S. Fr., Wheelock, N. D., 205
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Thull, Dorothy, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 184
Thuring, Melvin, C.E. Soph., Aneta, N. D., 89,
Thysell, Vernafay, H.E. Fr., Moorhead, Minn.
Timms, Walter, Agr. Soph., Lansford, N. D.
Timpe, Nicholas, E.E. Sr., Almont, N. D.
Tiseth, Gudrun, H.E. Jr., Christine, N. D., 121,
Tolchinsky, Sam, A.A.S. Fr., Bismarck, N. D.,
84, 90, 92 '
Toman, Bernard, A.A.S. Soph., Mandan, N. D.,
72, 127, 164
Toman, Edward, C.E. Jr., Mandan, N. D., 72,
Tomlinson, Robert, Agr. Fr., Tokio, N. D., 84
Tompkins, Clarence, M.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 127
Tompkins, Ernie, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Tourtlotte, Frances, H.E. Jr., Regan, N. D., 71,
127, 131, 184, 198
Toussaint, Merlin, Agr. Jr., Leonard, N. D., 41,
Toussaint, Roger, Agr. Fr., Leonard, N. D., 207
Towey, Margaret, Educ. Sr., Elkton, S. D.
Travis, Helen, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Trawicky, Bernard, Chem. Soph., Minot, N. D.
Trinka, Leonard, Agr. Fr., Lidgerwood, N. D.,
Triplett, Roger, A.A.S. Jr., Delano, Minn.
Troseth, Lloyd, Agr. Fr., Hannaford, N. D., 146
Trotter, Gene, Arch. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 119,
122, 192, 200
Trygstad, Bernard, Pharm. Fr., Minot, N. D.
Trzcinski, Eleanor, H.E. Sr., Kenmare, N. D.,
Trzcinski, Sam, Agr. Jr., Kenmare, N. D., 207
Tuff, Catherine, Educ. Soph., Barton, N. D.,
Twedt, Alvin, C.E. Jr., Kindred, N. D., 122
Tweet, Louise, H.E. Fr., Tunbridge, N. D., 78
Ulmer, Walter, C.E. Jr., Bismarck, N. D., 72,
86, 127, 164, 190, 199
Uthus, Oliver, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 76,
vaiiager, Emu, Agr. soph., Leeds, N. D., 202,
Valley, Lawrence, H.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
VanderHorck, Montel, M.E. Fr., Moorhead,
Minn., 118, 122
Van Ray, Clarence, C.E. Fr., Valley City,
N. D., 84, 199
Van Vorst, Verda, Educ. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 150,
Vejtasa, Stanley, Educ. Sr., Fairdale, N. D., 48,
Verne, Betty, A.A.S. Soph., Moorhead, Minn.,
73, 150, 176, 212
Verne, Jeanne, H.E. Jr., Moorhead, Minn., 72,
95, 105, 176, 198, 208, 212
Vickers, Milton, Chem. Fr., Hillsboro, N. D.
Vigen, Dean, Educ. Sr., Lake Park, N. D.
Vincent, John, Pharm. Jr., Fortuna, N. D., 160
Vinz, Saxon, Educ. Fr., Leeds, N. D.
Vogel, Henry, H.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Vogel, William, M.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 52, 128
Volkerding, Bernard, Agr. Soph., Fargo, N. D.,
Volkerding, Clifford, Agr. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 41
Voll, Clarence, Pharm. Soph., Elgin, N. D., 160
Vollrath, Earl, M.E. Sr., Pembina, N. D., 52,
Voss, Eloise, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 105, 176,
186, 208, 212
Voss, Leslie, C.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 76
Vowles, Harris, Agr. Jr., Moorhead, Minn.
Waechter, Charles, A.A.S. Jr., Glen Ullin,
N. D., 72
Wagner, Edward, Agr. Fr., Sanborn, N. D.
Wagner, Gilbert, Chem. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 84,
Walberg, Maynard, M.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 52,
Waldron, Lois, A.A.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 48
Waldron, Ruth, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Walhood, Gordon, C.E. Fr., Pekin, N. D., 84
Walker, Edwin, Chem. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 52,
Waller, Joseph, Educ. Jr., Eau Claire, Wis., 72,
Wallis, Donald, Chem. Jr., Wahpeton, N. D., 72
Walsh, Rose, H.E. Fr., Hope, N. D.
Walsh, William, Arch. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 119,
122, 192, 200
Walter, Anthony, Pharm. Soph., Bismarck,
Walter, Joseph, Agr. Soph., Bismarck, N. D.
Walton, Philip, M.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Walz, Dorothy, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Ward, Austin, A.A.S. Fr., Bismarck, N. D., 84
Ward, Donald, M.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 34, 52,
86, 125, 126, 158, 189, 206
Ward, Steve, A.A.S. Jr., Minnewaukan, N. D.,
Wardwell, Mary, Educ. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Watson, Jack, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 72, 119,
Wattam, Evelyn, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 72,
iso, 190, 198, 208
Webster, Earl, A.A.S. Soph., Devils Lake,
Wedge, Lucius, M.E. Fr., Bismarck, N. D.
Wee, Raymond, M.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 128
Week, Pedar, M.E. Fr., St. Thomas, N. D.
Wenrkamp, LeRoy, C.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Weihemuller, George, A.A.S. Jr., Fessenden,
Weir, Lorraine, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 121, 180,
Weiser, George, Agr. Fr., Hazelton, N. D.
Weiser, Mildred, H.E. Soph., Hazelton, N. D.,
Weiser, Richard, Agr. Fr., Hazelton, N. D., 205
Weiser, Robert, H.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Weiser, John, H.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Welch, Frank, Agr. Jr., Bismarck, N. D.
Wellems, Edward, C.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Wells, Leiber, Pharm. Sr., Edgeley, N. D., 48,
Wells, Willa Jeanne, A.A.S. Soph., Harvey,
N. D., 86. 150, 152, 176
Welsh, Elizabeth, H.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Weltzin, Richard, C.E. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 120
Wenger, Mary Fay, H.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D., 150,
152, 202, 203, 208
Weske, Bruce, H.S. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Westerlund, Emery, Educ. Sr., Moorhead,
Minn., 48, 156
Westgate, Sam, C.E. Jr., Grafton, N. D., 94, 124
Westlake, William, Pharm. Fr., Kenmare,
N. D., 160
Westland, Albert, Agr. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Wetmore, Julia, H.E. Soph., Bismarck, N. D.,
Whalen, Francis, Educ. Fr., Grafton, N. D., 146
Whalen, John, Agr. Fr., Ada, Minn.
Whalen, Marion, H.E. Soph., Langdon, N. D.,
Whalen, Theodore, C.E. Jr., Langdon, N. D.,
72, 89, 168, 199
Wheeler, Edwin, C.E. Sr., Fargo, N. D.
Wheeler, Ernest, Agr. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Whempner, Robert, M.E. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
White, Carl, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 107
BoWen's Apparel Shop
605-lst Ave. N.
George E. Kremer
THE LINCOLN NATIONAL LIFE
704 Black Bldg. Fargo, N. D.
The Name Indicates Its Character
Fargo National Bank
SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT
Fraternities - Sororities
Cafes - Bakeries
Fargo, North Dakota '
Fargo Food 8: Equipment
NOTHING T0 SELL BUT SERVICE C
Member Federal Deposit Insurance p y
Corporation 501-8th St. No. Fargo, N. D.
Ceres Hall afeteria
APPRECIATES THE PATRONAGE OF THE
We enjoyed serving you this year and
We look forward to serving you again in 19371938
White, Ruth, Educ. Jr., Kramer, N. D.
Whitehead, Robert, Arch. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Whittlesly, John, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Whitver, Walter, Arch. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 127
Wichmann, Wendell, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Widdefield, Mary, H.E. Jr., Leal, N. D., 198
Wiedemann, James, Agr. Fr., Moorhead, Minn.
Wieland, Woodrow, Agr. Sr., Bertha, Minn.
Wieseke, Selma, Educ. Sr., Bertha, Minn., 48
Williams, Jasper, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D., 207
Williams, Robert, Agr. Sr., Larimore, N. D.
41, 90, 103, 154, 189, 190
Williams, Sherman, C.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D., 168
Willson, Jane, H.E. Soph., Bismarck, N. D., 76
Willson, Merrill, E.E. Jr., Buchanan, N. D.
Wilson, Mark, A.A.S. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Winn, Harlan, C.E. Sr., Jamestown, N. D., 52
166, 193, 195
Winters, Ralph, Chem.Eng. Fr., Valley City
N. D., 84
Winther, Adolph, Agr. Soph., Park River
N. D., 162
Wgerrlsan, Jr., J. Scott, M.E. Soph., Fargo
Wolf, Martha, H.E. Sr., Jamestown, N. D., 56
Wolf, Martin, A.A.S. Soph., Jamestown, N. D.,
76, 91, 105
Wolfinger, Walter, Arch.Eng. Sr., Fargo, N. D.,
Wollan, Rolf, M.E. Fr., Fairdale, N. D.
Wolseth, Sylvester, Agr. Jr., Wolseth, N. D.
Wolters, Helmuth, Educ. Fr., West Fargo,
Wolvertson, William, Pharm. Jr., Linton, N. D.
Wong, Henry, Chem. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Wood, Irene, H.E. Jr., Fargo, N. D.
Wood, Lowell, Chem. Grad., New Providence,
Wright, John, A.A.S. Fr., Edmore, N. D.
Wright, Joseph, A.A.S. Jr., Bismarck, N. D.
Wylie, Betty, A.A.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Wylie, Elwood, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 156
Ydstie, Ervin, Agr. Fr., Hillsboro, N. D., 207
Yeager, Mary, A.A.S. Soph., Fargo, N. D., 121,
Yeoman, Lorraine, H.S. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Yetter, Desmond, C.E. Fr., Jamestown, N. D.
Young, Norma, H.E. Sr., Rugby, N. D., 56, 174
Younger, Karl, Agr. Fr., Fargo, N. D.
Yuster, Phil, Chem. Soph., Fargo, N. D.
Zbytovsky, Arthur, M.E. Jr., Doyon, N. D., 202
Zeller, Robert, C.E. Fr., Mandan, N. D.
Zetter, Oscar, Agr. Soph., Sheyenne, N. D.
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A big help to any man about to engage in intelligent modern
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with the times. At the Merchants National in Fargo you'll find
the kind of modern banking that will be of real help to you as a
modern farmer. We'll be glad to work with you while you're in
college here and for as long afterward as you like.
Merchants National Bank and Trust Company
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA
Affiliated with FIRST BANK STOCK CORPORATION
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A, C. Bookstore ...,.......V......
Acme Dairy .............
Alex Stern 8: Co. ..... .
A. L. Moody Co. ,,
American Cafe ,....
Big Red Grocery ..r..........
Bison Booster ..,,,,,,,Y.
Bowen's Apparel ..........,
Bureau of Engraving ...i,i.
Carlisle Sz Bristol ...V...........-
Ceres Hall Cafeteria
Chesley Lumber ...........
Coffee Shop .............,..
Cook Drug ,... .......
Dakota Electric Supply Co.
David Molloy Plant ..................-
Denis Fur .............
Dewey's Studio ...,.
Dutch Maid ......
Epco Film Service ..............
Fairmonts ................. .......
Family Finance .......
Fargo Drug Co. .......v.................. .
Fargo Food Sz Equipment Co.
Fargo-Moorhead Auto Dealers
First National Bank .....,.
Laundry Co. ...,.........v,... .
National Bank ..i............
Gate City Building 8: Loan
Globe Clothing Co. ................., .
Grand Recreation Parlor .......
Graver Hotel 8: Coffee Shop .
Harrington :Sz Houghton .......
Hoenck's Fur .v......................
Holland's Cleaners ......,..........
Husome's Ready To Wear .......
Index to Advertisers
Interior Lumber ...............,...i.,
Interstate Business College ,,,,.
Interstate Seed 8: Grain ,....i.
Knight Printing Co. ,,,,,,,,,,, .
Knerr Dairy ......,...... ,......
Lincoln National Life ..,..
Magill Xa Co. ..,,,.,.,,,,......,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,
Malchow s ..............,....,.......,....................,..
Merchants National Bank Sz Tr
Model Laundry .,.,..............,..i,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,
McCracken's Studio .,.......
National Life Insurance Co. ...... .
Nestor Cigar Store .,,,...,,...,,...,,,.
Newday Seed Co. ..........,...,.. .
New York Coney Island ........
Nick s Place ,,,,,,,,,.,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Northern States Power Co. .,.......,. ,
N. W. Mutual Savings 8a Loan
Palace Clothing ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,
Pierce Printing Co. ........ .
Pioneer Coffee .......
Postal Pharmacy ,,,,,.,,,,,,,
Rose Shop ....,.......... ,.,,,,,
Royal Jewelers ,,,,i,. ,,,,,,,
Service Drug ...,....,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,
Sherwood Lumber Co.
Sig's Market ,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,
Smith, Follett Sz Crowl .....
S. S. Kresge ,,,......,,,,,,..,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,
Stevenson's Ready To Wear ...,,.,
Ulsaker's Printing .....,,,,,,,,,
Vic's Market .... ......,...
Wimmer's Jewelry .,,,.,..,..,,,.
W. J. Lane Co. ....... .
Administration, Division of
Agriculture, Division of .....,.,. ....Y.
Alpha Gamma Delta .......,... ......... 1 74-175
Alpha Gamma Rho ....... ......... 1 54-155
Alpha Phi Omega .. V......Y,..... 158
Alpha Tau Omega ..........,.,.,.....................,. 156-157
Alumni Association ,..............,.,,......................... 35
American Society of Civil Engineers .,............ 199
Appreciation ,......................,.l..................... ....... 2 30
Art Club ,,,i,i.,,...,........,...........Y.......i...................... 198
Atelier Chat Noir ..,,........,..........,....,.,................. 200
Applied Arts and Sciences, Division of ..., 43-48
Basketball .......,,.,e...,.....,... ......... 1 41-145
Bison Brevities ..............1 ......... 1 05-107
Bison Business Staff ..... .............. 8 7
Bison Editorial Staff ..... ..v.f.....,1..,,. 8 6
Bison Life .....,vl.Y,.............. ......... 2 17-223
Blue Key .............................. .............. 1 39
Board of Administration ......... .. 16
Board of Athletic Control ........ ....... 3 2
Board of Forensic Control ............. ..,.... 3 3
Board of Publication Control ....... ....... 3 4
Book Production ................,...,......... ....... 2 67
Boxing .........,,.,.,..........,.................. ....... 1 47
Ceres Hall Club ............,... ........... 2 01
Charity Ball ...,....,.. ..,.,.. ....... 9 6 -97
Chemists Club ,,,,,,, ....... 2 04
Co-ed Prom ........
College Council .....
Company Officers ....
Concert Band ..,......
Correspondence College .,...
Cosmopolitan Club ...,......,,
Declamatory Contest .....
Delta Psi Kappa ..,,.,.......
Delta Tau Epsilon ...,........
Edwin Booth ,.,...........,.......
Engineering, Division of ..
Engineering Building ,,,,....
Experiment Station ..........
Faculty Directory ....,.........
Freshman Basketball .....
Freshman Class .........,.
Freshman Football .....,
Fargo School of Religious
Gamma Phi Beta ...........
Gamma Tau Sigma ,......
Girls' Glee Club
Gold Star Band .......
Guidon ...,,............. ....,....,,..
Home Economics, Division
Home Management House
Intrafraternity Council ...,...
Intramural Sports .,.,..........
In Memoriam ...................
Junior Class ,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,, ...-q.--., 5 9-72
Junior-Senior Prom ,,,,,,,,,, U93-100
Kappa Delta ..,.,1............... 178-179
Kappa Delta Pi ,.,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.A.,,,,q.-.- 1 91
Kappa Kappa Gamma .... 180-181
Kappa Kappa Psi ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,Ag,.-.-,,...,.' 1 19
Kappa Psi ,.a.aa.....,.......... 160-161
Kappa Sigma Chi ,,,,,,,,,i, 162-163
Kappa Tau Delta ,...,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 92
Library ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,, A..---- 2 4
Lincoln Debate Club ,,,,, ,,,,.., 1 14
Lincoln Log Cabin ,,,,,. ,A 1,,,,,, .-,,,,.,..-,, 1 11
Little International ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,11V1,,,,,,,-,,, 1 03
Lyceum Series ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,--,-Y 112-113
Lutheran. Students' Association ,,,,, ,1,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 05
Men's Glee Club .........,,... ,,,,,,,,,,. 1 20
Men's Residence Hall .,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,, 1 0-11
Military Ball ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,, 9 4-95
Military Staff ,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,--, 1 24
Music Department ,,,.,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 18
Newman Club ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 206
North Dakota State Engineer, Business Staff 89
North Dakota State Engineer, Editorial Staff 88
Old Main ................,,,,,,.,i,.,,, 9
Pan-Hellenic Council .......
Platoon Officers .,.,,,,,,,,,,
Phi Kappa Phi .,...,,,,,,,
Phi Mu .......,,.,,..,,,,,,.,,,,
Phi Omega Pi ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.
Phi Upsilon Omicron .....
lications ,,,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,.
Representative Seniors .....
Rifle Team .,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,
R. O. T. C. Camp .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
and Sirloin Club .,.......
Scabbard and Blade .,,,,,,,,,,,
s Plays ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,
Class Officers .....
Alpha Epsilon .....
Phi Delta ,...,.,,,,,,,.,,
ore Class ,..,...
Spectrum Business Staff
Spectrum Editorial Staff
Student Commission ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Student Directory ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Student Employment .....
Student Health ,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,
Student Residence ............
Tau Delta Pi .,.,.. ,,,,,,,
Theta Chi ,,-....,, ,,,,,,,
Title ....,.............. ,.,,,,.,,,,,,,
Tryota Club ..,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,
Winter Campus .,...,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,
Women's Athletic Association
Women's Athletics ....,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,
Women's Senate ..............,.,.,.,,,
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet ..........
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet .......
extend our thanks to - -
Mr. A. A. Segal,
R. C. Robertson
and Art Work
KNIGHT PRINTING Co.
Herdeg, Millard Knudson, George
For Printing and Binding
K. SMITH COMPANY and
A. A. Lubersky, H. F. Beckett
For Cover Manufacturing
A. L. Dewey
For Senior Pictures
Mr. C. L. Voss
For Division page and photography,
Representative senior pictures, and
Knight Printing Co.
A. A. SEGAL
Manager Yearbook Division
Bureau of Engraving
E. B. McCracken, Bob McCracken
For group pictures and scenes
For Airplane view of campus
BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS
Gordon Brandes, Pres.g Gladys Woods, S
For making the Bison possible
BISON BUsINEss STAFF and
BISON EDITORIAL STAFF
For cooperation and work throughout
MR. DANA LESLIE
For portrait of A. E. Minard
STORE WITHOUT A NAME, O. J. DELENDRECIE
For clothes used in division pages
KATHERINE KILBOURNE, Editor
MAURICE BENIDT, Business Manager.
The 1937 Bison is completed, and we
are presenting it to you, the student
body, for Whom it was published. The
satisfaction of completion is ours-the
book is yours. If We have portrayed for
you an interesting review of this college
year, the satisfaction of success Will also
KATHERINE KILBOURNE, Editor.
MAURICE BENIDT, Business Manager.
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