University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

 - Class of 1935

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University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1935 Edition, Page 194 of 266
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MARICOPA Annie Laurie Smith Dorothy Hayes -Ebba Hammar -Gertrude Hart - - President Vice-President - Secretary - Treasurer 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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COCHISE Ted White - -- -- -- -- President Louis Simondi............................Vice-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? P«t 103



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9 £ 0 • r p ft % v- |V ft • _ A ? fs iw is | $ 9 ft ’•t ft ft a ■S' ft W ft ft v r M • J l Jy » PIMA • Selma Proffitt - -- -- -- - President Marccline DeGomez ----- Vice-President Ruth Stevenson - -- -- -- - Secretary Verna Proffitt - -- -- -- - Treasurer Here we present a barbarian organization, more Greek than the Greeks. laving in scmi-scculsion in a large, grey stone house, these girls maintained, by their own work, an organization which enables them to go through the school year with a minimum of expense and a maximum of pleasure, heeling that they were a group apart and were not to be rated with the rest of the halls, we present them to you in a fine panel. No one will ever know the mental conflict indulged in by the editorial board before this privilege was granted. With an advantage such as this, they demonstrated their superiority in social life with an exchange dinner with the Sigma Nu fraternity, no mean accomplishment, let us all tell you. Social aspirants though they were, Piam’s activities included every field in which a co-ed may participate; swimming, soccer, baseball, tennis, W. A. A., etc., and so forth. We almost forgot it this time, but, just like an elephant, we always remember. Pima attended, not without condescension, however, the far-famed Intcrhall Spring Formal.

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