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Page 193 text:
Ted White - -- -- -- -- President
Murray Hill - -- -- -- - Secretary
John Pintek ------- Social Chairman
Felix Barra ------- Athletic Chairman
Shouting its bid for fame, Cochise Hall again came to the front in presenting to the campus Louis Simondi as student body president. Pampered by the Greeks, the Barbs of the big, red brick building have stepped into campus life as one of the major factors in political activity.
Not content with hogging the spotlight in the field of student government, the hall entered into the realm of sports, having both track and basketball teams which made a more than fair showing in intramural sports. This was not enough; so the rivalry (be careful of dissention in the ranks, boys) between floors flared forth in bitter battle on the baseball diamond during the warm spring evenings.
Not to be outdone in female adoration by Arizona Hall, Cochise held several informal dances, and, of course, took part in the far famed interhall Spring Formal held at Tucson’s ritziest abode, the Pioneer. What more could any fair minded body of men wish for?
Page 192 text:
Charles MeGinsey ------- President
James Wimberley ------ Vice-President
Abie Rochlin ----- Secretary and Treasurer
The men’s oldest dormitory on the campus still clings tenaciously to an active participation in campus events, even though their very sanity is impaired by the nearness of the Music College. These boys, or should we say men, were able to hang up a fairly impressive record for the school year. Outstanding in their achievements and causing them to lord it proudly over the less fortunate Cochise Hall, was a distinguished member to whom Arizona points proudly, a member who towers above the heads of ordinary mortals causing all us lesser men to look up enviously to his 6 feet 8 inches. Fancy that.
The feeling that social standing is a prime requisite to success, was strongly preached to them by the more knowing of the brothers; so the hall went in for skating parties, an informal dance, and, that crowning glory, the far-famed inter-hall Spring Formal. It is with pride that the campus points toward Arizona Hall. May it keep going in the years to come as it has in the years gone by. t
Page 194 text:
Annie Laurie Smith Dorothy Hayes -Ebba Hammar -Gertrude Hart -
- President Vice-President
In the large southern mansion on the northern border of our fair campus live a group of girls, some 130 in number, who lay claim to having one of the strongest groups in our university. To this renowned hall flock the major portion of the other hall residents each and every Thursday to dance to the wilting strains of the hall orchestra. Aside from the “free-for-all,” Maricopa entered the social life with a vigor that is hard to beat, holding two formal dances, one in November and the other in May. The gaps were bridged with numerous pajama parties and two afternoon teas. Oh, yes! Don’t let us forget to mention the far famed interhall Spring Formal. Forsaking the esthetic for the purely physical, Maricopa entered into the field of athletic competition. Their teams emerged with the crown of victor)' in speedball, hockey, and basketball, and they gave competition in all other lines of athletic endeavor To the young women of Maricopa Hall we doff our sadly battered but gallant hat.
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