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. Clarence 11 cole 1' 1936 pedett 13 was ,, -11? .ff -' " V "' 'F5'23T:Bex 2' . vr f.:'ffff?. 53,3 . Y ' ij' " I I . 15? 31 A lf, A 4 I ' WI I W 1 Yg QA ' V .. - f-'.,..N,, ,f -1'--e4...,,',':E-:xx SHHEQQ 'ggf F Sw ROSALIE KENDALL E D I T O R DONALD MORGAN M A N A G. E R THE 'Zi I I PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOIOIATED STUDENTS UNIVERSITY OE ARIZONA TUCSON, ARIZONA VOLUME 26 ls' ,. D icafian Courage in the face of odds, fundamental kind- ness of nature in spite of his apparent gruff exter- ior, and pure brilliancy of mind marks the man to Whom this book is dedicated: Dr. M. B. Schneck. At the head of his department, he is a leader in philosophy and psychology in this country. Dr. Schneck graduated from the University of Arizona with one of the finest scholastic records ever made. Because he is the epitome of all the fine things in this building program, We take pleasure in gratefully dedicating this hook to him. 7012 urU'zal With five buildings completed in April and three to be finished by the tall term of l936, the Univer- sity of Arizona is in the middle of its one million dollar building project. This increase in size and capacity oi the campus marks the growth of the l . E l l U . a s I I student body since l887 When the first building was completed. This book has been planned to commemorate the seige of construction on our campus-a seige which points only to higher and greater things for the University as a Whole. get l-L ' 'siren EH Emilia is-is 'W Maxxum is 5 Nmnlwvi wilf- W if E HM ,1 H mn .- -Emu w a in az mm I mm M . , nm 24 E .Eg .u E nm W CEE K: ii, xii, W if lm M isa is-T W mm fm of 'Q 5T'f'35t?H E 5? - Y S32 M 5 E-H 2 s ffm: was .45- .fu M if is if 71 if-U is H B if Us K. 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D., has cooperated With the university in order to make it an institution ot prominence. Dean Jones l-le has been a capable governor and a good influence during these years oi national reconstruction. Personal interest in the problems of the univer- sity men and duties on varied campus committees makes Dean Arthur Ham- ilton Otis a competent leader oi the men students. Dean Evelyn Welling- ton Iones sponsors Women students' activities, directs the Welfare ot each Woman, and works with campus oi- iicials to simplify university problems. Under the administration of President Homer LeRoy Shantz, the university has gained in both enrollment and na- tional recognition. lt was with deep regret that his resignation Was accept- ed and made public in December. Charles Zaner "Zip" Lesher is one ot the busiest individuals in school, keep- ing straight the intricate records of all the students, together with his duties on several of the administrative corn- mittees. I. Prugh Herndon, comptroller pteizdent .gkan t3 ot the university, classifies you as a resident or non-resident stud ent and collects your money as you regis- ter twice during the school year. --.S. eq-r l Registrar Lesher Comptroller Herndon E. Ellinwood R.T ly H. Shantz H. Hendrix H. Miller J. Martin guard of igejenti HIS EXCELLENOY, BENIAMIN B. MOEUR, M. D. HON. - Governor of Arizona HERMAN E. HENDRIX, Ph. D. State Superintendent oi Public Instruction HON. ROBERT E. TALLY, B. S. M. E. HON. HON. HON. HON HON HON. HON. President of the Board of Regents IAOK B. MARTIN Secretary of the Board HALBERT W. MILLER, B. S. in Aqr., M. S. Treasurer of the Board of Regents W. O. SWEEK, M. D. HENRY S. MCOLUSKEY EVERETT E. ELLINWOOD, LL. B. ALBERT M. ORAWF ORD, B. S. WILLIAM H. WESTOVER, LL. B. F. Perkins W. Bray I. Gittings B. Cummings A. Douglass P. Ross J. -McKale M. Vosskuhler A. Hold at eff 01.4 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 BYRON OUMMINGS Director ot Arizona State Museum ANDREW ELLICOTT DOUGLASS Director ot Steward Observatory PAUL STEERE BURGESS Director oi Agricultural Experiment Station GURDON MONTAGUE BUTLER Director of Arizona Bureau of Mines ARTHUR W. HOLDERNESS Director of School of Military Science IAMES PRED MCKALE Director ot Physical Education for Men INA ESTELLE GITTINGS Director of Physical Education for Women DR. FRED PERKINS Director of Health MAX PHILLIP VOSSKUHLER . Director of University Extension WILLIAM IOSEPI-I BRAY Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds PONTUS HENRY ROSS Director of Agricultural Extension Service p 2111.4 o Q 0 0 0 0 0 o rj Gurdon Montague Butler has been dean ot his college since 1915, and also director of the Ari- zona Bureau oi Mines since 1918. Dr. Butler is state geologist along with his other activities in mining and engineering in the university. Dean Butler Dean Fegtly Dean Clarson The College of Law, one of the smaller but more dynamic on the campus, is un- der the legal hand of Samuel Marks Fegtly, who since 1925 has been dean of that de- partment. 1-le is a member oi the American Bar associationy Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Bho Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi and Pi Gamma Mu. After being professor of secondary educa- tion here since l92l, Willis Clarson became dean of the college in 1927. l-le was pre- sident oi the Arizona Educational associa- tion. The vast majority of t e a c h e r s in grade and secondary schools in the state show the results of Dr. Clarson's tutelage. 0 o o o o 0 o Q 921115 R. I. Leonard, head of the graduate school, keeps track of all the credits that the graduates amass and watches over them to see that they graduate with all l's. Dr. Leonard is known to the students ot the campus as a regular guy. it Dean Leonard Dean Riesen Dean Burgess Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Lambda Up- silon, Alpha Chi Sigma-this string of Greek letters symbolizes Paul Steere Bur- gess' achievements in the many fields he is interested in. Since 1924 Dr. Burgess has been with the local agriculture department, assuming full charge of the co1lege in 1931. Since 1930 when Emil Richert Riesen be- came dean ot the L. A. S. college, he has built that department to the largest in the University. Dean Riesen came to the- campus in 1918 in the capacity of registrar. Dean Anderson p 21115 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Seven hundred students, four hundred and seventy-one activities, and new programs of all sorts spell the arrival of a new era that has come to Fine Arts College since Dean Arthur O. Anderson took it over this year. NM' Dean Brown Dean Turner The school of business administration was created by the Board of Regents last March and since then it has been the fastest grow- ing college in the entire university. Dean E. I.- Brown is the capable head of this school. The student graduating from this college gets a Bachelor of Science degree. Helene Turner, assistant dean of women, in the short space of time that she has been here, has received praise for her efficient work and the manner in which she handles her job. She handles all absentee slips and inspects student dorniciles monthly. Lf - A 5.5-0 .Qu Jen f fxecu tz've.4 . . . f. . . 'g5500l.df2d .f?udent's gouncif Through the efforts of the Associated Student's council, that committee chos- en by popular vote to govern the en- tire student body, an example of suc- cessful democratic government has been shown during the year l935-36. This executive board Was in charge of Mothers' and Dads' day, Homecoming. Under the direction of Louis Simondi, student body president, campus activi- ties have received cooperation and support from the Students council. Ot- ticials include everything from the President, vice president, secretary, through the council members, to the yell leaders, traditions chairman, so- cial chairman, assembly chairman and the editors of student publications. L. Simondi fit v 4, . J. Biggs E. McMahon E. Vickers B. Henning J. Mullen foaztaf of gon ttof The Board of Control might be consid- ered the Supreme Court of the student body government. All matters and campus activities must be approved by the board before any final action can be taken on them. The president, vice- president, and secretary of the student body automatically become members of the board, the chairmanship falling upon the vice-president. Membership of the Board of Control consists of the following: Elmer Vickers, chairman, A L. Slonaker, secretary: lna E. Gittings director of athletics for Women, F Mcliale, director of athletics for men Louis Simondig Katherine Huffman Dean Evelyn Ionesp l-larold C. Tovrea L. Slonaker K. Huffman E. Vickers L. Simondi Each year a Board of Publications is selected by the preceeding Board to control and manage the three campus pubications: Desert, campus year book, Kitty Kat, humor magazine ot na- tional noteg Wildcat, bi-Weekly paper. Six members sit on the board: lack L. Slonaker foatcf of pu 5Hcatz'on5 O'Connor, of the English department, A. L. Slonaker, graduate athletic man- agerg Rosalie Kendall, editor of the Desertg Basil Warren, editor ot the Kitty Kat 5 William l-lolzhauser, editor of the Wildcat. Offices tor these popular campus publications are now kept in the archives of the stadium, second floor. The Wildcat is known for As the Staff Sees it and resigning editors, the Kitty Kat, for old jokes and annual brawlsp the Desert, for - . 23? L. Simondi J. O'Connor R. Kendall B. Warren .Qucfent goofy .qeczetaziea - Q G 0 Q 0 0 f Miss Efficiency No. l for Prexy Louis Simondi and varied student body af- fairs is blondish Katherine Huffman: looks Well, says little, does much, draws favorable comment on abilities, etc. Amply re-inforced by appointed secretarial talent found in the Misses Pat Tribolet, Martha Huxtabel, Dorothy Hayes, Inez Petty, and Kathryn Iones, student body stenoqraphic chores were carried on this year with inefficiency at a minimum. With Huffman busily en- qaaed in Simondi's private secretar- ial channels, undersecretaries Tribo- let, Huxtable, Hayes, Petty, and lones took care of odds and ends, sending invitations for Mothers' and Dads' day and carrying on student body correspondence with other schools. K. Huffman V 'F' . Jr , 1' ' 5 V f ' -' . if ' . f fx f 1 ' ' ,, , 'P' , V .::::: N an XR: 9--r M. Huxtable P. Tribolet D. Hayes K. Jones - - - - - o - -g.4.4ocz2:teaf Lurmen .Q'ucfent5 Lending an efficient hand to Women's activities, Watchfully eyeing all co-ed affairs, the Associated Women Stu- dents' program has developed into a more than passing guiding star to the campus. Flinging bodily into campus social life, A. W. S. sponsored events ranging from afternoon gossip at Freshman get-acquainted teas to cock- tails and small talk at the annual A. W. S. formal. An in-between affair, a Christmas dance, was also staged. To this event, each co-ed invited her own escort. Under the headmaster- ship of Prexy Dolly Beville, Arizona was capably represented in all A.W.S. con- ventions-Kansas City for the national meet, Flagstaff, the state conclave, and Boulder for the sectional discussion. D. Beville i P. Hickcox D. Hayes N. Harelson B. J. Vincent J. Keel F. Kettenbacll 22 l .uemlvfy gommittee "Give the students what they Want," the War-cry of Assembly Committee- men from time's start, has at last de- veloped into budding manhood. Each Thursday assemblyites present to stu- dents What they Wanty awe-inspiring lectures on the Muse and the Roose- velt Dam, intriguing Words irom pro- fessors delving into ancient lore, hold the students spell-bound, pack the gi- gantic 500-seat auditorium to almost one-twentieth of its capacity. A couple of times, however, committeeites slip ped, deviated from their true course and presented nerve-Wraclcing, stu- dent-boring, dance orchestras from lo cal dance pavilions. Result, auditor- ium shametully filled to overflowing J. Wilkerson G. Sarrels L. Lowery P. Hickcox J. Pintek B. Morgan H. Sheafe - - Q - - - o e 7:cacfz'tz'on.4 gommittee Since the utter collapse of the Brady regime and its accompanying reform movement, campus traditions enforce- ment hasn't amounted to much. ln fact, after a few weeks of half-hearted com- mittee attempts to wield the paddle on 1 1. McCafferty '39 ..,,,. B. McMicken M. Denn ... peagreeners, the little freshmen dis- carded their beanies, and blossomed forth in cords and moleskins, walked on lawns, stuck out their tongues at committeemen, and said things that won't bear repeating. Head-paddler Guy McCafferty, acknowledges the fact that "traditions" aren't what they used to be. l-le believes there can be no enforcement until there are tradi- tions that freshmen enjoy upholding. Open paddling is no longer in vogue. C. Hall T. Conroy R. Popuette .goczkf fzfe eommittee ovw- ' 1' 0 Soaking in the praise of traditionally successful dances such as PreXy's Mix- er and Homecoming brawl, Social Lit- ers spent another year nursing the most problematic of all problem child- ren, Social hour. l-leld each week at local struggle-emporiums, social hours started off with a bang, got a little less rowdy, and then evolved into congre- gations of high school students. All attempts to administer lite have been to no avail, but committeemen already sight the end of their worries. They now say: When the new women's building is completed and we hold the thing on the campus, they'll come in hordes-we'll panic 'em-we can be assured of a howling s u c c e s s. J. Cowell E. Miller 1 C. Hickcox M. Jones M. Bringhurst V. Jones E. Meisenheimer 1. 1. -, 1: Q. 1-. 5 nv. v:-- x -Y .- . 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Nd? mary otis, mary louise hight-staunch upholders of theta traditions. former, s t r i lc i n q brunette, and latter, corntlower blonde. fi ni' lk-cz' 451' 1-sr ,fain 'iz-ff' B- Black, lames Edward Bowden, Gladys Breazeale, Edward Brinkman, Arthur Brown, Marqaret Bryan, Mary Elizabeth Barkell, Spenser Boyle, Iames P. Brill, Lillian Ruth Broussard, Robert Steele Brown, Martha Buck, Edward G. E Q 4 XO UO ON Beumler, Henry Weber Cate, Howard Clark, Owen Farrel Clifford, Howard I. Colford, Thomas E. COX, Mary K. david jones-i o o 'L b al l suits and helmets, gold- fish and goose-step are his lonq fortes. sturdy memloe r of sigma chi. Cross, Lawrence Wm. Curlee, Ruth Ada Curry, Maurine Claire Davis, Nanee H. Davies, Frederich Donofrio, Francis loseph Cumming, Ruth Mable Curley, Gene Francis Dalton, G. H. Davis, Elma May Deatsch, Georqia Frances Doyle, Helen -L NO UO ON XO CYD ON v Draeger, lohn L. Duck, Donald Curtis Eberle, Glen C. Ewing, larnes Wm. Fish, Helen Elizabeth Flores, Elvira DuBois, Bessie F. Dunipace, Winifred l-lelen Evans, Helen Farber, Tillie Fletcher, lohn Floyd, Gretchen lcatherine huffman-chic, charming daughter of gamma phi. hirsute, ath- letic. he-men interest her. 4, ' -fra5n:9::2iQ5-iiif ft. g f E F al l ? , ' V1 'f lg" Q L. " '51 '17 , d""'T" y,'. l- A . 1 4 N, X-ig 5- - W -www "1 3 H is wk ' -'UWM ' E. H5 r 5 F l . ...qv if tow' 1 charlie fowler-pony ex- press carried mail for bri- gade. favors pintos, bru- nettes and violets. lil' s p r e a d e r ot sunshine. Bl l- .gpv 1 UV'- - 4-.4 i Forney, Betty Eleanor Foster, Mildred B. Freis, Edward Gandy, Sarah Marqaret Gill, Mabel Gissel, Ernest A. Forrest, Nelson Freeman, Wilbur K. Fuller, Harold George, Delbert Iohn Gillett, Lorris Glass, Clem Campbell X A XO ,UO lox i XO av CN -e Greenhaw, Lerlene Hale, Lucy P. I-Ialladay, Frances Hannah, Elizabeth I-Iattis, Morley Hart, Faye E. j,:qg:g,JA. V", gn: ,Eng I I V . , by 5 Hartig, Marion Lois f A er- ' ,ki v,, Hatcher, Richard Helm, Lloyd C. fs. ,,,, av-' avg. Henderson, Ronald C. Henning, Billie llonne Hertenstein, Paul Wesley Hickcox, Charles B. sg' Hitchcock, Bruce Hobart, Lucy G. -9' Hobson, David C. Hoclcett, Florence lr ' 1 s 'N ' gig .i , 7' We il Holcomb, Robert Wit- bf-J N- . C. V Marlon .-X dolly beville, betty Jo rear- don-robinsoe c r u s o e and man friday cornbin XO ation. residents ot the ex clusive pi phi a n n e X UO C CN XO CU ON v. l-lorton, Barbara l-loyt, David Donald Iackson, Eda L. lones, Edith Nell Karam, Mary Kelly, Iohn Franklin l-losmer, Geraldine Huffman, Katherine Iones, Winthrop Gilman Iones, Bryant Wade Keller, Lynn Kelly, Iohn Iames A 'Q -Q4 t 15? billy marteny-boots 'n saddles. make s collec- tions of rare grapefruit specimens. comely co-ed flirter. chemistry major. Ad YY' 'EPI 'T "" Q 1 tg H ' 'gf' J air, i Q, y , r ' 1 I ii., M 4 , 4 W 'fr if-if V .' ' ff! 1 3'- 'P' Q--4, anne tenney soloer rnlncled ex kappa IOIGSI dent whose Weakness 1S srnllmq lI'lSl'1 fm she re VIEWS Wrangler novels Kelly, Dorothea A. Kendall, Rosalie Kettenbach, Floralou Klrkpatrlck Sarah F La Dow Ruth Lrttle Elnora Kelly, Wm. H. Kelton, Frank C. Klrby Robert Natlon Knuolson CSC1l C Lelnlnger CharlesW Llttle Katherlne XO oo ON Y- Lohse, Ashby Lonqwell, G. Miller Luepke, Gordon M. McClure, Frances N. McMichael, Minnie Agnes McNee1y, Hester Lombard, Ruth V Love, Walter B Luz, Iosephine McCulloch, Louise E McNary, Iohn A Malott, Ieannette guy mccafierty, qeorqe dalton-former, silent siq alpli, and the latter, is suave, fiji political looss. V 'in' 'err 'il L- . J' -Q4 -. ' 5'- J -all N , 7. L ,X , A, ,,yw -, , 'v 1 ' . J- m , ng, h 'T - njlifllf. ,. . 3, HM im. if Y' ",-U- 1, n 4- 1,11 .. -by Aj I Manly, Iohn Frederick Mathis, Alice Louise Melckelson, Leslie Mitchell, Harold l-l. Morrison, Charles E. Morqan, Robert L. Marteny, William Misenhimer, Peqqy Michaelson, lames P. Moore, Barloara Morrison, Disraeli Moschetto, Rose t , . L gg! ll I 1--'ll fi.: X 'EfVl H 5 1 - ljf if 5ik.1 ,,, NCD CDN XO oo ON T Mueller, Gladys Marie Murray, Mary Aileen Nelson, Frank P. Nichols, Edward T. Novick, Herman O'Mara, Edward T. Orendortt, Wesley Keplinqer Otis, Eunice Otis, Mary l-l. Parks, Lottie Frances Parris, Mrs. Esther C. Pascoe, Dorothy Mae b e n s l a c k-cartoonist tunnyman of beta kappa famous campus cut-up haunts mexican oriqinal '-.r l 8 Q- ull' mary Jo kinqsbury on deck smilin for gamma phi senior class trea surer not graduating Payne, Nelson A. Perkins, Patsy Popham Arthur Q, Powell Ethel Billy Purcell Emma lean Quarelli Tillie Perkins, Mary Elizabeth Phillips, Lyle A. Poquette Robert I Proffitt Selma Purcell Lucile Vera Rauscher lohn E ON gr so CY? ON T' , Rielly, Ramona Willman Renttrow, Eva Corinne Roberts, Malcomb L. Robinson, Marjorie Clara Ross, Winitred Sarrels, Greta -in-uf. rnillie bringhurst-she is sob sister for republic her tastes love letters lawyers. gold spot gal Q 4 ,,. F if lx Schlotzhauer, W. S., Ir. Scl'1m1eoler1dorf Isabel SlI1'101'1d1 Lou1s Smlth Vlrqmra Stalllrlas Olrver C' Starck Elsa Schale, Blanche Scheppke Marlon Smlth Lulu Spezla Ermlra Starck I-lalvar G Starck VIVICIH H d. 1 c k hatcher books a blonde preferably the lat ter expert marksman enqmeer kappa slqma T r 43 X0 oo ON X'- Stevenson, Kathryn Stewart, Ethel Louise Swain, Iohn F. Tophoy, Elsa Turley, Harold E. Tuttle, Coralinn Elizabeth Stewart, Lillie Stoll, Louise Mae Tenney, Anne Troelstrup, Albert Lehman Turrentine, Frances Marie Tyler, Frances atop the delta gamma sun deck. protesters on wild- cat low grades publicity. telephone number 2420. 'Q' in sprlnts studies assurninq sigma ch1 accldental setting stone walls and iron bars Verity, Victor Vickers, Elmer Francis Walters, Charles N. Watlclns Iames G Wellington Ienny Lynne Werner Harold Vibert, lane Vom Staufen, Hubert S. Wamsley Frances Watkins Katherine S Wentworth Sue Wheeler Russel M I I l I , . carlriesen-tops W ' ' , ' . un- W xQ XG CY? ON Y- White, Alice M. White, Mary Charnpney Wilbanks, Iewel Williams, Evelyn Williams, Helen May Wilson, Alfonso Wilson, Bryce Hewitt Winkler, Fred M. Wofford, Katherine Arm , Wright, Helen Wilson Wusich, Nellie Yeager, Elizabeth charlie cochran, h e s t e r rncneeley-a t h l e t e bil- lin g, cooing with girl friend 'neath the sturdy c a rn p u s greenwood. ff? pat turner, a. V. gros- setta-m'urn, pretty good. athletic sigma chis. Why all the books, h o y s ? Younq, Mamie Linda Cochran, Charles l-lolzhauser, Wm. Newton, Catherine Parker, Roland L. Yount, Martha Fowler, Chas. Kingsbury, Mary Io Pintek, lohn 4 XO UO ON cfafitionaf .qeniozs lohn Aboud Gilbert V. Apodaca Walter F. Armbruster Raymond L. Baker Emmaline Balsz Robert O. Barber Frances L. Barron Valentine A. Becker George W. Beeler lack C. Bentz Alice M. Best Anne T. Bettle Agnes Bilderbach Miriam Brooke Edward G. Buck Marguerite Burgham William C. Burry loe T. Castelan B. lack Choisser Georgine Clayberg Charles Cole Robert Cory Verna Crabb Edmund Craig Pearl Crossett Raymond Curry Richard Davies Sheridan Downey William Ellis Rufio Espinosa George Evans Charles Felder Edmundo Felix loseph Fernandez Edward Fraps Frank Fruitman Harry Gerdes Crosby Gillan Catherine Griffith Kenneth Grimm Randolph Gunter Mary Gurley Doyle Harbison Rawson Harmon Gregory Hathaway Morley Hattis Mary lane Hayden Albert Hetherington Robert G. Henderson Murray Hill William Hudspeth Catherine Hughes Margaret Hughes H. Archibald Hunt lane lngle Roy lves David l. lones David P. lones Paul Ketchum Bertha Krenz Paul Leary Helen Leland Richard Lewis Charlene Lowell Felix Lucas Richard McAlister Eugene McKay Lewis McVay Parnell Mahoney Fabian Mapalo lohn Messinger Gilbert Mills Ruth Mills David Morgan lames Morris Herman Mundinger Henry Newkirk Catherine Newton Essie Nunn William Patterson George Paul T. Hopwood Pemberton David Pender Maurice Perkins Kathleen Perry Alfred Peterson Thornton Phillips Francis Podesta Ben Posner George Pracy Dolores Proctor William Quesnel Helen Rees lnez Rice Albert Richmond Katherine Riggs Dorothy Rosenfeld Alice Ryan Grace Ryan Richard Sasuly Margaret Schwab Ralph Schwartz Wylimene Seidel Ben Slack William Sloan Andrew Smith Douglas Smith Elizabeth Smith Iohn Soule Charles Stokes Maynard Stover Richard Thuma E. C. Walker Philip Welles Rhea Wenger Carelton Wilder Iames Wyatt Paul Zeugner dorthecx drcrke Oberholzer Petrus Anderson MGUT1CG F Burr Keltb DGVIS G-eorqe N Plccrrd Robert Rhodes Herbert Adams Walter D Bork Wlllldm C oddwell Emlly Hale Rlchctrd Osborne Potter George M. Seiqle, Leon W. 4 NO UO ON -4 F'5""F ,QQSPM if-7 W li un ict! Harold Thomas Martin Derm xy I Ictmes Nelson UIIIOT5 0 0 0 0 Practically the only class project taken Whole-heartedly by juniors was their an- nual junior-senior prom, staged in conjunc- tion with the senior class. ln outside ac- tivities, however, junior classers were well represented in varsity sports, politics, dra- matics, publications, and their ilk. Prexy Hal Thomas voiced officially what little junior class opinion existed, controlled the petty junior class political policies. Nancy Harelson Louise Littlefield Betty jane Vincent junior Vice-prexy Mike Denn found his official duties not too heavy but what he was left free to participate with that merry, merry law enforcing group, the effi- fient Traditions Committee. Secretary Betty jane Vin- cent is a member of F. S. T., women's honorary, and efficiently handled the tremendous bulk of secretarial Work that always confronts junior class secretaries. Treasurer Nancy Harelson also belongs to honorary F. S. T., but proved her ability in school's toughest job, adroit management of complex junior class finances. j 6 53 Horton Noon I 30,26 0111 0225 0 0 Sophomore classics this year went about things in their own sophomorish way, disregarding freshmen and flunk- ing Humanities with equal abandon. Frosh were a little nasty concerning the disputed victory over the annual flag race, but sophs still claim a vic- tory on a technicality. Frosh, however, appeared in sufficient numbers be- tween the halves of a football game to even the score by messing up a couple of second-year men who forgot sophish pride long enough to mingle with greenies and lose possession of a big rubber ball over which they fought. Bob Murlless Virginia Narr li W! Marie Elizabeth lones Q Q 0 c?:Z25Al11 211 With characteristic freshman lu ck, newish Wildcats this year escaped from Traditions Committee Wrath, after committeemen admitted that traditions couldn't be enforced until students dis- tinguished traditions from ordinances. Main accomplishments: a Widely dis- puted Win over sophs in annual flag- pole fight in October and resulting coclcinessy over-subscribed trosh bud- get, by virtue of their gulliloility to be- lieve in signsg over tour hundred greenies shucking' a dollar for class dues-result, a high old time at the F r e s h m a n hall out at Wetmore's. ,mt 'Zf G. Davis M. Ray R. McKale B. 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Mella Three men trieol and true stand before a large concrete structure clurinq the football season and make peculiar motions with their arms-no, little boy, they aren't drunk-ancl, with the aid of the assembled crowd, expect large ancl conqlomerate noises to be made. They are known as the cheer leaders, L. A. Mell M. Mansfield I 1 R. F. Rush E. B. Polonio 7aot5aff I3 BRI C. Preininger S. Tucker H. Piper E. Heuss S. Woods L. Simondi C. Fowler L. Gray G. Rogers T. Bland H. Clayton R. Watford 62 I E IQ S V 2" . 4:- C. Berry W. Bates H. Mann G. Codd M. Bergman J. Mullen H. Parker V. Colletti C. Cochran 63 Playing tive conference games and Winning all five, the Wildcats gained sole title to the Border Conference championship. The Wild- cats played only tour non-conference games. Indicating the successful season to come, Ari- zona swamped its perennial rival, Arizona State College at Tempe, 26-0 in the first game, Sep- temloer 28. SECOND GAME, OCT. 5-Meeting the nationally high-ranked Centenary team for the tirst time, the Blue Brigadiers, fighting a heavier team, lost the second game of the sea- son at Shreveport, Louisiana, 14-7. THIRD GAME, OCT. l2-Apparently With the thought ot burying Whittier under a larger touchdown Herb Covington Harry Clayton Ronny Henderson George Codd 7-outfall Joe Mullen Ralph Watford Tom Carlyle JL .. 3 1 rscn GUEH 60:1 7'oot6aff ' 't . tic ', ' IT I It bbw.. N113 ,-. - Sid Woods Charles Fowler Bunny Vickers . 2' 4' f . 'r . F g Y T . Chuck Maguire Ted Bland Mgr. D. Jones . .ay . 11tT-ff"ff1-2- , . s' '1 Roy Wallace barrage than did either Loyola or the Univer- sity of California, Arizona defeated Whittier on the home field 45-0. FOURTH GAME, OCT. l8- Given an even chance to upset the tough Loy- ola Lions for the first time, the Wildcats were decisively outplayed in a rough football game played at Los Angeles before 20,000 fans. The game ended l3-6. FIFTH GAME, OCT. 26- Arizona 9, Aggies 6g.first downs, Arizona 21, Aggies lg yards from scrimmage, Arizona 272, Aggies 34. Statistics on the most peculiar foot- ball game of the season indicate just what this game played on the Wildcat terrain was like. lt V .A F ' X 41 , A . P l v I xi .await l x W.,-X, I-1 . ' A 5 l i nks, ' rl? at 2 I ' ' , V Y' '-r' 1 w W lf ' s. F lv F , gy1'f,Si'i.Q Q' wif -vaqxilf-f'S2f ff-Ng ,J -..ug ,, ,,L, .L ,,,,,,.,,,,,M' ., . -r 'tm' + L ' ft: 'T 65 wir Lfffiffjs Red .Ma nn 7'oot6alf Leon Gray George Eckenroth Chet Berry The Wildcats made yardage at will through the weak Aggie forward wall, but were stop- ped consistently inside the twenty yard line. SIXTH GAME, NOV. 2-ln the most spectacular home football game of the season, featured by the fine play of Arizona's two half-backs, Knox and Iackson, the Wildcats tripped the Okla- homa City Goldbugs 27-O. SEVENTH GAME, NOV. ll-Armistice Day in Texas-snow, cold wind, wet, muddy field. With all these discour- agements meeting them on their arrival in Lub- bock, the Wildcats eked out a one point victory, 7 to 6, over the Tech Matadors. ElGl-lTl-l GAME, 'nm 'E O t s 4,4 -. ie if iv -'Q W, A ,. 71056 7-oaffazff "lust another undefeated sea- son" sums up the year for I. F. lVlclCale's Arizona freshmen, l935 edition. Employing the Notre Dame system almost ex- clusively, the Kittens rolled over Phoenix Iaycee, Flag- staff, Tempe, and N. M. Aqqie Frosh elevens, Without diffi- culty. Steger, Nielson, and l-larqis Were most outstanding. -Q-,.- ,NE un, .mr YY..,...-.. , ,A ,.......... 7-ootlalf x -" . . ' n 'mu Morris Bergman Charles Cochran George Jackson i' rr Kenny Knox Dave Wynne Wally Smith if 'av 'if ggggugezfit 'P 1 -. n ' -'lg' T' .T ' ' ls 5' -Q qv y .-5' if Q- fs- t-...sf-F-'H .Yr - M fg? Homer Duke I NOV. 23-Meeting the Lobos of New Mexico University in a game which decided the Bor- der Conference championship, the Wildcats spanked their old rival 38 to 6. NINTH GAME, NOV. 28-Winding up the most successful foot- ball season under Coach Tex Oliver's regime, the Wildcats thoroughly trounced the Drake University, 53 to O. The Wildcats were offi- cially recognized as having the most power- ful team in the conference when six rnen were placed on the All-Border Conference team. Ted Bland made it for the third year in a row. George Iackson Won high scoring honors. Q4-'K 1.- Ealketfaff 1 .gamfetfaff Following the example set by the football squad, the Wild- cat loasketeers copped their first Border Conference cham- pionship this year. The team travelled to California during the Christmas holidays, Where they defeated Whittier Col- lege in two close games. Lor- ry DeGrazia and Sam Iohn- son were the starring players. rdirefadzz At the beqinninq of second term, Arizona held the favor- ed barnstorminq Bears from the University of California at Berkeley, 33 to 31. During the regular season, the Cats met six Border Conference teams. Ten conference qames were Won and six lost. Fred Enke was coachp and Charles Wal- ters Was manager of the team. gadketfaff When the Frosh tive was click- ing this year, Limey's looys were the touqh customers as usualp however the boys had a little trouble in qettinq start- ed until the latter part of the season when they e a s i l y swamped the teams they met. Eli. ul f!it..-s.., Q Li, - .V ' ills-In-as-.v-'!sr'.gF'1q.wf-1' legen rw!-f v'1flf"l!F'f' faxfefatff tt 'SEV' If genial! The Wildcat baseball team got off to a good start in the Border Conference race by defeating each game of a three game series. All games were won by a large margin except the third one' which Arizona Won 12-10 after hav- ing already clinched the ser- 54426411 ies. The scheduled game With the Chicago White Sox at the Municipal ball park was call- ed oft because of rain. A tor- mer Arizona athlete, Hank Lei- ber, ace fielder ot the N. Y. Giants coached the team at the beginning of the season. When he left, the coaching job was taken by I. F. Mcliale. .Kendall Big Iim Morris' first season cfs baseball coach of the peo- qreeners showed the folks what good coorchinq will do for or promising club. The club scored victories over most of its opponents with ciecm hits crlonq with smcrri heotdwork. Q4 Track 7216-A Opening the season with a close Win over San Diego, 64-66, and following it up with a decisive victory over the Bulldogs of Tempe, 1075-23W the Wildcat track squad be- I gan a very promising season. Clyde Iarrett, Roy Wallace, and Carl Riesen combined to make the Oliver iracksiers in- , , . 44 ,. , Aa. , .:.' -if J ,A - .- - f JI' 'r P fi-:' f', jf" 'f1gi.fv,:2a..: kk 1'w ' 7214-A vincible in the dashes and m i l e - distances. Whichtrich and Davey helped out in the quarter and half for many needed points. Lohse, Reaqor, and Ayers Won the majority oi points in the hurdles and Da- vis and Tryon were equally as successful in the mile events. We 7244-A Coach Gordon Willey's frosh track squad held the edae in all of the meets between Ari- zona and the prep schools met, but the crowning achieve- ment of the season was when they defeated their perennial rivals, the Bullpups of Tempe. Lil V gpunrl will ., V, . Utkez .gaoztf polo Keeping pace With the other Wildcat championship teams this year, the Cat Malleteers came from behind in the final chukker and took the South- western Championship from the Southern Arizona Polo Club, 8 to 7. Iohnny Donnell is team manager. No cap- tain Was appointed this year. les I 4 I L I- Al i lx 2 il? ' V H' k - , I v gf' ,- ' ' g 5 :Q -I l 1- HQ. . W -P , f I' 4- ,l f -. f, . " N - ' " 4 - ' . t if- a Q 1 X ' iff' aux 1 , ' , 54 A' 1 1' - . . 'Q , . 1 J xl f 1 ' Q s - .P 1 i. , -, W- ....---...W H, -f . Q., , ' -'.f.."' ,' ' . ,, t " , - Q fr ' f 'N , e ,Z X. , Y ,, . j..-z.,-1-.353 , 'i.i'l'2lxlI':. L:z,rL'V'1lsXNe-ra-.j . lf: "if-13. -. Q ' . 4 1- , gif.. N Y -Q . mam.-i-, :fl 1 . -V 1- 1, 1 le: '- . ,-.44 ., -,-fiQg5:l:.l5L' ... it ,'Qi,p--.-. 'r 1"1 'l5 .lf-4 Q , ' 'V ., L-f ,gf 'X lt' Q' ' Lzatias e Q- 11'.xg5,.iVg1,":tu 1 F 10010 As a first step in Winning the crown the poloists took the Yuma team by the score of 13 to 3. During the season the Cats displayed the usual su- perlative qame that has char- acterized the club since Col. Arthur W. Holderness has tak- en charge at the University. 1721111114 Led by Captain Irving Labe- sart and coached by Zip Lesh- QM!! er the tennis squad tuned some sweet net performances this year. George Iudson was the high-light of the squad by taultlessly Winning for the sec- ond year the southwestern championship at P h o e n t X. QKLU QU! Y' oxm ancf Luzestflny In the second yedr that Arl zond has entered the lnter col 1 e q 1 CI t e boxlnq competltlon the Cuts took the Border Con ference chclmplonshlp by idk lnq Tempe and New MGXICO Unlverslty Ed O Mdrcr Wds elected boxmq cdptdln dt the end of the yedr The Wrestllnq squad f1l'11ShGd the s e cr s o n with cr very successful record LIL.. .gn ttamutaf Winning the pledge basket- ball, Phi Delta Theta lead off on a year-long inter mural sports program. Sigma Chi took first in the fall swimming and track to come out as lead- er of the race until almost Christmas. At that time, by virtue of a bumper crop of football lettermen and numer- P 1 4 ', .,!,4,zli ,, Jn, . . .gnttamutaf almen, Sigma Alpha Epsilon took the banner lead. The Sig Alphs, who still held a good lead at press time and looked likely to take the pennant, placed in almost every sport, but never Won an event until the spring track meet, when they took a movie-ending Win 't it : tg gg --If 5 W R31 1 , . 21, 1 ' Z -ef .gnfetmutaf over the favored Sigma Chis. A cup is presented to the Win- ner of each event: the year's runner-up is consoled with a pennant, slightly smaller than the Winning b a n n e r . He of the "My Gym' fame, Limey Gibbinqs, is in charge of the intermural setup here. ZA M7111 en 'J -gtk fe tic! omen'5 -Hthletic -Huociation - - - - With Mabel Gill, directing all the activities of W. A. A. through Executive Board, the organization had a very successful year. As vice-president, Gladys Bowden was in charge of all the social functions, initia- tions and the scrapbook, an important part of the W. A. A. history. Freda T. Tidwell, Freda T. Tidwell Gladys Bowden Sarah Margaret Gandy as secretary, tried hard to keep the Board straight, and Ann Menalo, as treasurer, had the pleasure of pay- ing the bills for the Board's social functions. The task of recording all the points earned by all the co-eds in campus sports fell to Sarah Mar- garet Gandy. Eddie Crowe, on the other hand, as business manager, had to see that all the bills incurred during the various seasons were paid. This staff of major officers was ably assisted by the hard working and much harrassed staff of sport leaders. These girls were in direct control of their sports. They arrang- ed the season schedules, saw to it that the captains functioned proper- ly, computed the points for their sports, and gave various reports. The girls in charge of sports were: Bamona Reilly, tennis, l m o g e n e Richey, hiking, Nancy f-larelson, basketball, Sue Wentworth, base- ball, Bette Mercer, swimming, Lucy Lockett, hockey, Mary Elizabeth Perkins, riding, Leslie Collie, golf, Tillie Farber, dancing, Estelle Col- lins, minor sports, Elsa Tophoy, ar- chers, Burdetta Kines, speedball, Georgia Deatsh, "A" Club. This group worked with Miss Ethel Fisher, W. A. A. advisor and Miss Mildred Samuelson, "A" club a d v i s e r. Mabel Gill Edwina Crowe 8 0 0 0 0 O I 0 Each year the undergraduate mem- bers of "A" Club meet to elect the best sport's girl from the year's grad- uating class. Candidates for this of- fice are judged on three qualities: service, leadership, and participa- tion in W. A. A. Estelle Collins was chosen as the one who best filled all the requirements this year. As a freshman, Estelle participated in sports such as swimming, hiking, hockey, speedball, tennis, basket- ball, baseball, and archery. With this start she continued with her participation in these sports and soon added to it such events as riding min or sports excelling in bowl ing She has been at var tous times a basketball cap tam and a sport leader serv mg on executive board ln the latter position she has done some excellent organ izing of the minor sports pro gram Until this year little was done with the sports of ping pong badminton deck tennis horse shoes and bowling Estelle Col lins however soon had min or sports tournaments run ning full force There was All .,...---5 Ken' .f',aott5 Q21 an increase in interest shown by the girls. The climax of her work of organization came when she started the bowling tournament. Due to her efforts, bowling has probably become a major sport among the girls. As many as thirty-eight girls may bowl at one time. Such is our Best Sports Girl, chosen by this year's "A" club members. The winning of an "A" blanket and the election as Best Sports Girl are the two highest honors in the organization. 2' . "' J.- , M .V . -,J ... - ,11,..f I - , F, .,. . l v . , - 1 4 A . t , 7, . - ff - .. A ig' , , V-A' 1 - ' ' . ll ' t Ziff' 1 1 X A Y .. 1 'w 1 - t ' ' ' ' i?:+'R'VfI ' - ' 'lt 1' 2' tv - , ,Q y . -4 fri : , ' .gn 'f 1 Q , ' A V I vi' V F A 4 . - 1 . l ' 1 ' . , , gg- . - It 4 1, 4 ff" M . ' ' ,, '.' g- 4 'f1"J 1" r A t. ,. t. if V ' TQ. '..tft'1N1' 1 it . " - "M: E Wt" Nmt " ' - V -- wit ' ...'. .- H it . uw tt.Utt,,ttti , S - ' - X , 5: , l'l 'tl' 255532555355 t ' 5 Q E . it ' l ' l 't ' Y ..,.. -YY.L5sfH l',.- im-.. ....... ,,.. A .,... ,. .,,.,.,f15. YY.. i'. M' ,,..,...iA - l - nf- ., ,es , Y. H. . , -,U Y --J WH. 14. ........ . One hundred and fifty girls completed a very suc- cessful season in BASKETBALL. Twelve teams were grouped in two leagues. After several ties and percentage upsets, a new group, the ln- dependents, battled the four-times wi n n e r, Gamma Phi Beta, to a very close finish in which the lndependents won. Soon after this, class basketball started. The I u n i o r s won this championship. Fr o m among these players eight outstand- ing girls were chosen for the honor team. There were many cracked knuckles in the HARD BALL season this year. Despite injuries, Maricopa l-lall defeated Pi Phi by a l-O score. From the daily practice periods for inter-class games of SOP T BALL, twenty-five girls were chosen into two teams to play at Tempe. Al- though the A team lost one game, the B team retaliated by defeating Tempe. The selection of the I-lonor team was the climax of the season. The big thrill of the year for the co-ed TENNIS players was the Southwest- ern tennis tournament in which eight girls were entered. The only girl to reach the finals was Bernice Marshall, who won the lunio r Girls' singles. Each year the first twelve ranking players of the lad- der tournament automatically be- come members of the Bacquet Club. Every sport must have a LEADER- an outstandlng person w1th much 1n- itratlve-to msure a successful sea- son These women serve on the W A A Executlve Board and vote on all maJor questtons lt 15 an hon or and these women came through provlng thelr worth by maklng the entlre sports program more tnclu slve and more lnterestrng than ever before Supervlsed by MISS Vtrgm ra Klrng the HOCKEY season prov ed to be the most outstandmg of the athletlc program Hockey began w1th two weeks practlce for 1nter group teams whlch lncludes erght sorontres two dormrtorles Varslty Vlllagers andthe Independents Eol lowmg thrs mtramural program two varslty teams were chosen to com pete wlth Tempe Arlzona on the Outstandtng players were selected for the honor team and recelved a sterhng sllver hockey strck pln MINOR SPORTS assumed a promr nent posttlon ln the department thls year The program :tncluded deck tennls horseshoes volleyball plng W1014 pong badmmton and bowlrng. Thls latter sport proved sensatlonal ln the tall when Movretone took movrng pictures ot Arlzona Oo-eds throw- 1ng the ball at the prns Estelle Oolllns sport lead er and Mrss Dorothy Allen sponsor were respon srble tor the great enthuslasm ln mlnor sports O I 0 9 O O O O 0 O I I q I I ' . I - . . . I I l I 1 T I I 1 I - I I I I I I -1 l 1 - ' Ry A I J, l I . 1 f P "E T ' ' , annual inter-collegiate field day. g R l , my I 1 1 ' - ! K: I , I E l - . A A A N- HA14.14. DANCING is a major activity of the W. A. A. Any girl desiring to be in the dance drama or to earn points by dancing may do so by going to orchesis which is held every Tuesday evening. During the year there are small benefit dance recitals and the main event of the dancing year when Miss Genevieve Brown's students are presented i ' 3 each year in a dance drama produc- ed on a fairly large scale. There are ample opportunities for both solo and campus work. Considering that the facilities for GOLF are not nearly so good as they are for other sports, it has been a successful sport. Dur- ing the year a series of tournaments are run off for the girls interested. Practices were required for eligibil- ity to enter the tournament. Each year girls are sent to the Greenway meet and compete with Tempe at the fall and spring play days. At the recent play day held at Tempe, University players Frances Andrews, Ann McArthur, Diehl McAteer, and Loviella Raethel, made a clean sweep of all events. A new and in- teresting type of RIDING activity was inaugurated this year. During the two terms two groups of girls were able to get reduced rates for week- ly rides at a riding stable. F or three such rides they were award- ed twenty-five W. A. A. points. This movement helps those girls who are unable to be in the horse show a chance to earn points and enjoy a sport which has always ranked high with university stu- dents. The annual horse show is the climax of the year's activity. 0 O O 0 O O O 0 O O The first SWIMMING meet of the year showed that the freshmen in the various houses were to be the outstanding swimming material of the year. The Varsity Villagers won a decisive victory over all the other organizations. Kappa Alpha Theta won second place, and the Gamma Phis tied for third with Pima hall. I-ligh point honors went to Ann Mc- Arthur with thirteen points, Ann Pressley with nine and Marie Post and Betty Smelker each with five points. The two girls with the high- est number of points are both fresh- men. I-IIKING has been taken rath- er seriously by a certain group of campus co-eds. This year Summer- haven was the camping space for twenty-seven people. In spite of rain and cold, hiking into the middle of a cloud and skidding around on mud- dy mountain roads was enjoyed by all the hikers. 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Helen Doyle . .,.............,,., Campus Woman Athletics F. Scnntling J. Glisson M. Sisk P. Tribolet R. Moore M. Gaisser esert Staff Elizabeth Adams Hollis Chenery Marjorie Compton Nan Correll Ruth Crist Elinor Culbertson Mary Max Dunning Faith Edgerton Constance Everett Marion Gaisser Dorothea Garrett Jean Glisson Margaret Haynes Alice Hibbs Pauline Hickcox Jean Holderness Katherine Huffman Martha Huxtable Floralou Kettenbach Eyelyn LaVine Erma Martin Jeanne Metcalf Margaret Moody Margaret McLane Ted Nichols Dolores Nicholas Margaret Pearson Selma Proffitt Rosie Quarreli Tillie Quarreli Venora Reagor Fred Scantling Marion Scbulzke Helen Sheafe Marion Staples Beatrice Tetreau Lee Tonn Patience Tribolet Frances Tyler Shirley VVebber H Doyle D Nicholas R. Quarreli C. Evcrelt H. Chenery M. Huxtable H. Slxeaie A. llibbs D Hayes M Haynes B. Kines T. Nichols J. Holderness T. Quarreli S. Proffitt D. Robinson K. Huffman R Vorxs W Webb H. Levy J. Metcalf S. Webber C. Moss R. Clark F. Kettenbach B. Tetreau V Reagor Tlx 7936 B. Warren D. Genunq BACIL B. WARREN - - EDITOR DAN B. GENUNG - - BUSINESS MANAGER EDITORIAL BOARD Elmer Flaccus Frank Huddle Margaret Likes ..,.,,.,.... Secretary Sue Mercer ,....,,, Women's Editor Thomas J. Anderson .,.......... Circulaiion Manager 1 Burney Landish Bianca MaGoffin Ralph Carpenter ............. ...... .,................Contest Promoter Lois Fletcher ,.......... Exchange Lowell Hargus ..... .,.... . Auditor Ben L. Slack .....,.,..., Art Director G. Whitney R. Carpenter L. Hargus S. Fritz H. Doyle M. Huxtable my list Staff Donald Gordon Jeff Ferris Will Hayes Ben D. Gross Tad Nichols Virgil Partch Jean Holderness Randolph Gunter Pamela Smith Charles Bingham Spencer Fritz Nan Correll Eleanor Robert Chickie Ling Hertzel Friedlander Elsa Tophoy Lynn Hawkins Jane Rose 0 O 0 0 Ned Kettenbach Harold Haber Bill Hare Maurine Curry Peggy Haston Jewel Wilbanks Helen Doyle Helen Batten Helen Gung'l Jean Wilkerson Ralph Benz Helen Tophoy Shirley Webber Maffhfl Geffs Martha Huxtable Jeanne Metcalf B M8G0fflH M. Geffs T. Anderson H. Gung'l J. Wilbanks D Gordon S. Webber J. Wilkerson M. Likes T. Nichols L Fletcher H Batten P. Linp S. Mercer E. Tophoy J. Holderness B Landish Th 7936 :Hi ff' "" : , ,g. -- ' l' E25 W-'iw .' - . 1 1f"f.2efb'5.i4-',fa' W bw fa.-ep, - wife' -- J ' rs--1 1-F ,lqimf-1 ., -43521: 11: V4 f ' -37 Y f,:f,if .. 1 HITS mix J if I- "TH" -'gli-1-:vp l l , F,.i..1.. f ,-.q3..U 102 W. Holzhctuser R. Carpenter WILLIAM HOLZHAUSER - - EDITOR RALPH CARPENTER - BUSINESS MANAGER Dan Genung .... Managing Editor Frances Tyler ........ News Editor Eldon Haskell ..,,..., Sports Editor Clark Taylor ...........,...,..,,...... ......,...Assistant News Editor Jean Wilkerson ......,..,.......,.... ..........Assistant News Editor Bill Holloway ......,,,. Advertising William Lovejoy ...... Advertising Joe Ahee .......... Managing Editor Jeanne Metcalf .... Society Editor Pat Tribolet ............,.......,.....,. .....,..,.Assistant News Editor Lowell Hargus ..........,..,,. Auditor Edgar Rucker ..,.......,. Circulation Helen Gung'l .,..................,..... ..,....,.,..Advertising Secretary E. LaVine E. Haskell I W 'uv Q3-qv J. Wilkerson M. Geffs D. Genung H. Batten Wildcat Stall Bacil Warren Martha Huxtable Glen Taylor Dorothy Hayes Frances Tyler Bessie F. DuBois Bob Clark Mary Margaret Martinez Susanne Mercer Shirley Webber Ruth Bowers Ian Gordon Walter Stout Marie Gibbs Arthur Hemenway Mrs. Erlene Pounds Elizabeth Moorhouse Voris Foster Ruth Jones Ric Richards Elizabeth Adams Davis Portner John Malloy Lerlene Greenhaw Karl Ahlgren Joel Bloom S Mercer M. Martinez D. Scheppke D. Hayes QS' 'gb' ia.. Josephine Dial Venora Schell Reagor Jewel Wilbanks Nina Kornegay Evelyn LaVine Bianca McGoffin Ernest Leonard John Turney Stanley P. Gordon Emmett Nunnelley Rog McKay Joe Tully lone Rogers J. Holderness B. Warren 'vii S Webber ' L. Hargus J. Wilbanks B. Clark M. Bringhurst P. Tribolet F. Tyler H Gungl M. Huxtable M. Gaisser J. Metcalf H. Chenery L. Ballinger 1 ffhwta ty . . eaclet Officer! Switching their summer camp site from Ft. Bliss, Texas, to Ft. I-luachuca, Arizona, about forty Wildcat cadet officers will instigate a new method of BOTC training this summer. Dis- carding oldish methods of travel by car and train, the cadet officers will ride the 90 miles to I-luachuca by horseback, averaging 18 miles per day in five marches. The training at Hua- chuca will be the same as that at Bliss, utilizing four weeks. The full six weeks training per- iod will be used as at Bliss, but the two travel- ing weeks will give the future commissioned of- ficers more actual training in longer marches. Riffe 72am ........ Backed up by bumper crop of ace freshman marksmen, rifle teamers this year looked good to shoot straight for high money in big matches. Riflers go matchless first semester, but open up to approximately one match per month during second semester. Top-notch bull's-eye events are Eighth Corps Area match and William Ran- dolph Hearst trophy shooting spree. Sergeant Nelson I. Beck, coach big-shot, spent matchless first semester in general improvement of marks- manship of squad. Doughty sergeant, as l936 Desert goes to press, sees good chance of Arizona bullet-men shooting high in their two biggest afore-mentioned meets this year. . . . . . .fcaffazaf and ffaafe Active membership in Scabbard and Blade, national honorary militar y chapter, is limited to the outstanding cadet officers in the R. O. T. C. units. These members are selected on the basis of proficiency in military science, a c a d e rn i c subjects, character, and ability. The purpose of the society is to defend American traditions, pro- mote the interests of R. O. T. C. training, preserve the essential qualities of good and efficient officers, and spread in- telligent information concerning the military requirements of our country. The national society of Scabbard and Blade was founded 30 years ago at the University of Wisconsin by five cadet officers. lt now has 78 active chapters in 48 states and a total mem- b er ship of approximately 22,0UO. T. Barthels R. Quint J , Donnell E. Heuss G. 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Desert staii . . . chinatown . . . pi phi goon . . . theta se- clusion . . . main gate . . . gory . . . humanities groundbreaking . . . paris styles . . . phi delt reception . . . home- coming Winner, phi gam . . . editor Warren . . . delta chi pot Worshipers . . . Hi j,ik7,m. 'T step-sittin' philosophers . . . eastern visit- or . . . qawdamiqhty, look! . . . thetas . . . kappa siq poloists . . . alpha chi allah . . . chinarnen . . . suspended animation . . . flirt . . . night shift . . . pi phi trio . . . stud euloqizes brother Tolan . . . Lota'n Ginnie. . il-. 1n shctvetcrils on parade . . . thc1r's rebels over ycxr . . . droopy . . . smilin' . . . high hat . . . after all . . . queenie . . . that Clifllt right . . . boboo . . . qiddcr-up . . . yes . . . svelte . . . tramp, tramp, tramp. XX. around crew . . . sabino haunts . . . phi delters . . . hmmm, Water . . . fun in Har- lem . . . K. S. kids . . . stable boys . . . slave driver Lucy . . . delta chi nudists . . . phi delts acting phi deltish . . . forty-niner, the dean's niqhtmare . . . Mcllaniels-Gates . . .Work bench . . .Petty- Bell . . . sabino bound? . . . pi phi man . . . Warford's madness . . . bored . . . funeral raiment . . . Lee'n Squeak . . . lazy Flip . . . take it slow . . . this is the twelfth drunlcest we'vQ ever been . . caqey . . . Dalton's Ann . . . blondie . . . here's how . . . Tfmmfi I. 126 theta's Walker .... football hero . . . cow session .... bench sitters .... hockey calisthenics .... fore .... sun goddess .... curved straight line . . . . health, tellers, lookit . . . . Major Buchly .... hockey .... desert riders ....teeline....restperiod.... alpha zeta rodeo corpse . . . pity them that Walked behind this . . . Flora Lou Kettenbach . . . World's largest mid-Win- ter rodeo . . . saddle your blues to a wild mustang . . . theta-stables combine . . . artist outlines periect question mark . . . Z!-22 -gc fiw'tie.4 Drama in the makina. At the top We have the touchinq finale scene of the fantasy, "Beqqar on Horse- back." lnsert is .another scene from this same play. Bottom is a scenery set. Always difficult to produce, "Beqqar on Horseback" was excellently done. The transi- tion from reality to the dream de- serves favorable comment. This play closed the Drama Week. "Post Road" with all its subtle acting and reacting swings into action at the top. Center insert: the scenery from a one-act ex- perimental play. Bottom: we have another scene from "Post Road", again in the finale stages. This play Was produced here less than a 'year after its Broadway opening. Character- ization in the older roles ot this play received special praise. en'.4 glee glad With a list of vocations sounding like a Major Bowes amateur night, the Men's Glee club gathers its members from the school of engineering, law, agriculture, et al. Gone is the old glee- club-for-credit organization, and a new organization of men really interested in music has arisen from the ashes, like the Phoenix of old. Beginning the year's work with the Gilbert and Sul- livan operetta, "Pinaforte", the club then began work on the two operas, "Hansel and Gretel" and "'l'annhau- ser", which were presented during the spring months. The club also assisted in presenting the traditional l-landel's "Messiah" during Christmas season. R. Pease R. Luepke A. Netterblad J. Graybeale R. Hurrah ' J. Williams D. Valasquez A. Buchhauser J. Doe A. Lohse R. Morrison N. Doak M. Lemen W. Lester G. Miller C. Williams J. Black C. Jarrett They sanq their way into the hearts ot the people oi Arizona under the direction of E. I. Schultz. The major activity oi the Women's Glee club this year was an extended trip over the state which took them into cities, small, almost qhost, towns, and junction towns. At Christmas time they assisted in the presentation ot l-landel's "Messiah", under the direction ot Rollin Pease. The Gilbert and Sulli- van operetta "Pinatorte", the two operas mu. 712. em "Hansel and Gretel" and "Tannhauser" also composed a part of the organiza- tion's work this year. ln the spring a special proqram ot selected music by modern composers was presented. K. Wofford N. Davis F. Minor K. Rulle L. Young L. King R. McKale M. Foster D. ox E. Snezia R. Curlee J. McCarger R. Cuming M. Denson M. Beaton N. Baker E. McMullen F. Whiting Jayc R. Moschettoli. Stevenson B. Smelker R. Miller E. Collier M. Sullivan M. Burton P. Green G. Hart G. McCullough oncezt Kano! The University of Arizona Concert Band, which is fast gaining the reputation of be- ing one of the most outstanding college bands in the country, is under the lead- ership of Maurice Anderson, who Was student director last year, and Who has taken the place of the late Ioseph De Luca this year. The band is kept busy throughout the entire year with its par- ticipation in numerous outside activities, some of which are: playing for all home football games as Well as for some out- side games, presenting many concerts during the year, and as a final climax participating in the Baccalaureate serv- ice and the Commencement program. l V 1 v I Their voices ringing with the eloquence of Mark Antony, of "Iulius Caesar" tame, the Arizona varsity debaters, a t t e r months of practicing "Friends, Romans and Countrymenu, astounded judges with their subtle arguments time after time. 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Green . . . . . . an-qqeffenic ouncif Slaving under the guiding hand and sgeakish voice of diminutive Edith McMahon, allegedly the girl who put the hell in pan-hell, Pan-l-lellen- ic Council has a trying job enforcing sorority regulations, rushing activities, and maintaining "high social standards." Council had a hellish time first semester reconciling Anchor-Wearers and social privileges, the main issue was the record of one blondish D. G., which the news- hungry Wildcat made the most of With close- ups of subject's eagle eyes, rubber heels, etc. All concerned emerged unscarred, satisfied. l-lellers put on their annual formal sweep in April, to which strayed sororityites and tux-clad escorts throughout the evening. Happy time and biggest event of season, asserts the council. K. Hammes F. Kelly C. Walters J. Biggs H. Cannon M. Spitnlny 1 lg ' l u Q I 3 . W- Q g . G' ',, It ll151?"""' L A ,. Y 'A ygqrf' "" N -'i' lf ' A , f W ' , A Ig p f Q. , 1 gg . 32" v, 'T' zen., ' li? F Dav es G. Pracy A. Grossetta J. Bloom R. Blake W. Linker R. Mor R Coll ns T. Nichols L. Davis R. Broussard J. Draeger W. Schaffner O. Beyeck .gntet tatetnity gouncil The lnterfraternity council, formed in 1933 when the authorities didn't have anything better to do, is composed of the president and house manager of each fraternity on the campus. The council tries to promote a "spirit" of fellowship among the fraternities, which doesn't mean much. To accomplish this end they spon- sor, at the first of the year, the traditional inter-frat "smoker" At this time, all the pledges of the various houses give what they call skits. The commons reverberates with Well- meant guffaws and cat calls as each house gets 'under way. lt is With great pleasure each month that the council looks forward to those Sunday morning sojourns called meetings. 140 L. Clnrk G. Mueller V. Reagor G. McCullough P. Arend M. Moody R. Curlee Kendall M. Murray G. Sarrels C. Bower D. Belton J. Glissen Haynes -H4264 gif Umega . . . . . 53' 19' C. White H. Evans M. Seaman A. McMichael J. Norman E. Moorhouse E. Clayton I Keller Keller Parker Edgerton Watson Swingle Gaisser Gwinn Leddell Whiting . . np.. Phi 'yi .-- WY ,E5?!'Qi!i353E FEET' : A li' Y f H A i f Q Q. ,' H L, 1 V: U A' ' W in ' ' if. 1 V ,W V' 4? L 1- A Y .' , V ' ' 'il - F4 . Y 6. X . 4.- .V r E t 5 1 ' , r ' 7 ' , . .A , , A i X Q 1 S Q H2 w5fff1i??55+f , A . '-N -.X 1 -gl i' if 2.5, r 311' , , n A iii 3 , n '1-E, J 1 ' Ft V . . w 'ful P " ' ' "" M f'-'L F " fam. , N' e.15..:,., ' ll : ' 9: . li ' W A- W: WI :ML 'Y 1 i E-E -g ESQ? ig?" if N '. . ,-irerie lf., , 1 Hu X 12 f ow" vi ff' ll-i Q ' ' ,, ,. f L' ' A 11'- K' 1" , 1 if. , Q ' 1 -7 'T I - ' . : ff' 'Fil .- 29 V , 1: W s, W1 he ,Q , 2 . if . .A P + it . ef in f -i 2 -f ' M H -r 15' J. ai-' Q ' ' -eff-. "'1'i" "Pl'f . l .. - - , U . . Gill. fem 1 H WV " ,, iw .Q-af! "' 211"1-:Q , Ejti f' 4 -3- " if , , li V L P ww .. 'W' -fl .. S ' . . 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Ackermann McMillan L. King McMillan L. McCulloch Madsen R. McKale Yeager M. Kohrs Anderson H. Redick Knipe N. Baker Benton R. Horton Schlcy B. Horton Sweeney 143 Bogle K. Little Holderness M. Kingsbury Rolle J. Cowell Huffman R. McDaniel Berner M. Scihulzke Tillotson M. Morgan Spencer C. Layton Crist D. Garrett von Handorf E. Martin Turbeville J. Malott E. Fugua V. Ling B. Christy McDaniel B. Henning I. Richey I. Petty E. Williams M. Dunning Yount D. Nicholas Compton E. Collier Spittle A. McPherson Brehm C. Moss Hickcox A K. Sr amma pki feta . . . M. Deale Staples utchison Pearson . Miller evenson L. Tonn Tetreau Johnson . Brown C. Olmsted . . . . CEIQIQE -g4aAa 'meta H. Wille H. Sheafe J. Baskin M. Hight M. Thain M. Butler D. Braden A. Hill H. Bunnell . Kerby E. Otis Gunter S. Lewis E. McMahon Johnston M. Jones D. Reid McArthur R. Lombard R. Sanguinetti Eggleston B. Carson E. Gil. Jones R. Bowers P. Tweed Hill P. Armstrong M. Lanza Otis A. Walker E. Hannah Souers M. Atkinson B. 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Kellogg IL bg 4- 149 'l Phillips J. Griffith L. Hargus R. King N. Pomeroy D. Genung R Carpenter J. Davis L. Strong J. Houseman G. Potter J. Burton W. Skousen K. Cox B. Goodridge B. Gerholt W. Guthrie M. Roberts E. Rucker J. McLean D. Houghton W. Griswold L. Davis A. Pearson R. Voris J. Ewing O. Perkins A. Cannon R. Sprague R. Peters pefta gh' ....... W. Lovejoy J. Booth J. Fletcher D. Morgan O. Bejeck S. Wusich R. Bixller B. Scott H. Whitney T. Liles '- ,,., . ar:- pefta lyme amfafa . 1 7 43? L2 k .J ij 2 2 ws "N. J. Kendrick E. Pressley R. Hubbell ll. Hitchcock R. Legler B. Nelson G. Pinkerton H. Cannon D. Darnell 151 ' ' W. Arnold R. Petrie H. McCoy P. Ayers F. Nelson W. Mahoney Webb R. 'Williams WV. Hatcher D. Dennis J. Watkins T. Finley F. Davies B. Campbell W. Helm J. Boyle T. Wilson S. Johnson N. Hogan W. Linker R. Henderson fappa ifma C. Swanson J. Dymock B. Trlniman ll. Palm E. Babson R. Hatcher L. Best 152 phi pefta 'meta Roberts Donnell R. Benz Smith Gustin J. Bemis E. Jones Denn Narr R. Collins W. Lawry Kettenbach . Kelly L. DiGrazia F. Boynton Hayden Kelly R. Collins C. Tyng Gannon Donau W. Forsyth G. Botsford Mella Morrisey C. Knudson H. Chenery Greer Haskell G. Gannon VV. Fritz Salisbury ' Eccles O. Watkins J. Shane Knight Hawkins J. Newlm 153 154 R. Bayless D. Dunham S. Johnson C. Hickcox R. McMicken C. Cochran J. Malott R. Quint G. Dalton D. Park J. Fisher R. Read S. Barkeli B. McMicken J. Marley J. Kelly W. Mitchell J. Swain P. Ramsden R. Broussard W. Brown J. Pond ph' gamma pelta i R. Morgan R. Fifield J. Llewellyn L. Sanders W. Renner W. Whitney J. Nelson R. Wheeler R. Haynie R. Turner ll. Branson W. Nelson R. Wickham A. Armagnac F.. Kelton ..l. Grosse R. Schmid T. Jones L. Bell C. Barley C. Guice B. Jones J. Biggs H. Brown R. Wright R. Wood J. Van Hook D. Sweeney E. Trask K. Burr J. Cameron W. Leverton F. .McKnight J. Manly R. Ayers F. Russell Ream Keller C. Hall Revis J. Broderick Gilbert H. Morrow Kimball C. Larson W. Aldrich A. Reese Davis E. Heuss Van Horne A. Coulson R. Morrisnn J'. Fletcher C. Cameron "Zig 9 wr A 155 156 A. Pattee W. Davey ' A. Davis J. Messinger W. Romney B. Moon L. Gray Currlin C. Fowler F. Herron W. Hendrickson D. Moore W. Loch N. Gray T. Barthels W. Hutchins H. Morris R. Clark G. French H. Noon W. Sutton C. Cole R. Blake R. Horton C. Houston J. Freeman C. McCarty R. Damskey N. Forrest M. Merritt B. Wilson L. Hall W. Hargrove G. Jackson F. Menalo J. Gibbs T. Carlyle C. Lamothe F. Putman R. Frost F. Watkins igma H4266 fluilon . . . . N ' Wig . - , , .,-' if . Y 'I-.-ei.. i ...J 'A' 'g t W" - ' i '55 Q A .I '... 2 ' .... ..i1 . - :it 352.52 ' fx.- " -1, I fl" e' , ---- T! H - W T555 ' .fi fi '- . ., Q l t 'fiz' -- N, " fi? " - N1 1 J r .. . . If i' Fi tl V zu- l,,' . - ----f . 'W 5- ' ' S fi ovon ...... . H it A - -ir! If - y i! 1 .". ': .-aff. "YU 1 -5' F Eg . ' . it I f 5, Y 'H , , V I ....:. i ,A " .-.-.-.:. ' ...,., . : V . . 'p,i1.v,L"! .,.. 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Wentworth T., Conroy 9 . . 0 . . .quiet -Half gouncif I-luddled over their desks, deep in the secret confines ofthe halls, eight members ot the Inter- hall Council, concoct fantastic political coups d'etat with their control of the largest bloc ot Votes on the campus. As spring spreads its soft, enervating atmosphere over the campus, as the political spectre comes out of his sepul- chral chamber, the lnterhall Council members take on that inscrutable mask of the politician who knows but Won't tell. Gone are the petty problems of interhall squabbles, and in their place come the student body elections, with the barbarians holding the balance of pow- er ior which the Greeks pay very dearly. 1 ,. ':,.s'f...f'..." -. iw .L E. Crowe S. Danenhauer H. Turley T. Conroy W. Viner ?' D 'YW' 'H ff'7'i"' " - ' '-"T-" ' Y xv fi' V 7 1 ' D' Q ' Ia . X wx T' wise 1 ::.:- .. . i k..-- , 9' D -i b -- .Jn " " uk ' W- f'-M jjff , - . i " y i. it is st , 'fl 4-rg ' , ill I V . yy -F V BL. 1 - ""' ,, X ,- ,. it ' 'f A y rf . . Q . y . . f- , or -1- fx. x 4: X .J l D. Hoyt H. Doyle G. Luepke G. Black H. Clayton D. Hayes E. Stark F. Halladay J. Pintek P. Tribolet F. Costey J. Duffy 0'ut.4tancfz71g -Half .gtucfenta .... Seventeen outstanding hall-ites r e p r e s e n t everything from an All-Border Co n f e r e n c e tackle to a Desert maid of honor, from A.W.S. prexy-elect to a representative on the Traditions Committee. Ot the seventeen, only one be- lonqs to a social fraternity. The rest, barbs, represent three-fourths of the students in school. Publication-minded hallers hold down positions from assistant editor of the Desert to president of Women's Press club. Men athletes are sprink- led in varsity circles, While sportswomen dorn- inate W.A.A. Qthers blanket campus affairs in all lines from honorary societies to the secre- taryship of the University Archaeloqical Society. ............-gti3ona-lla!! Under the shadow of the domineering Cochise hall, Arizona hall quietly sleeps away the years. Oldest of men's dormitories, the hall has long since sunk into insignificiance. Soothed by the dulcet tones from the College of Fine Arts, Ari- zona peacefully dreams and knows not that it is dreaming. Every once in a While a person- age of importance moves Within its ivy-covered Walls and Arizona is under the illusion that it again exists as an important residence. A. L. Slonaker is head resident. Officers are: pres- ident, Morris Cumming, vice-president, Boyce Lyons, secretary-treasurer, Phillip Hoffman. fuckin lllaff ............ Every spring, as the political machinery of the campus begins to groan and clank, there issues forth from the gloomy confines of Cochise hall the terror of every Greek letter politician-the barbs. Housed in their magnificent structure of psuedo-renaissance architecture, these boys gather together in clandestine meetings plotting against the trembling Greek. Cognizant of their power, hallites do not go out seeking nor offering political support, but haughtily Wait the once proud but now humbled Greek to come before them on bended knee ask- ing for the decision of the powers that be. f. . . Mdiiddldd -Hall Maricopa began the first semester with a record number of 178 residents, a new constitution, and a crowd of enthusiastic freshmen. Maricopa not only won the lnter-hall scholarship cup with a 2.6 average, but competed in all types of ath- letics. A cup was awarded to the freshman girl receiving the greatest number of points for entering activities. Besides the weekly inter- hall social hours, the girls enjoyed open-house tea dances twice a month, faculty dinner guests, and parties for special occasions. Miss Sarah Lutes, assistant dean, is head resident. Offi- cers for the past year were: president, Dorothy Hayes, vice-president, l-lelen Doyle, secretary, Goldie Black, and treasurer, Florence Costey. I Recordan R. Nevin M. Gill L. Whyman B. Power R. Stevenson M. Hopkins M. Whiting 1 2 786 6 'rf -If. kv- S Klrkpatrlck H. Battnn M. Quinn W. I-Iusemnn M. Huseman H. Colford E Keller R. Cummings M. Maier E, Bush D. McKay P. Parsons ima -gall .... Pima l-lall, occupied by some 30 girls Who are noted ior their domesticity, has been active in both social and sport lite this year. As a group, the girls participated in inter-hall socials, in- cluding a picnic in October, a formal in March, teas, parties, and weekly social hours. Faculty guests have been entertained at dinner every other Thursday night. A house team repre- sented Pirna in every co-ed sport. Officers last year Were: president, Sue Wentworth 5 vice-pres- ident, Ruth Cummings, secretary-treasurer, Pto- rnona Nevitt, house manager, Mildred Morrow. L. Greenhuw D. Whittington I. 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U 'Y S -?"':-'11 -"lic -.... -.. , . -fx? 1, .. W, X . -1 "fr 5 'Q 'm 1,40 'Q . 'TZ "". , .gif vi 1- 2' 45. R v "'-'H ' .v , :H lc 1 'qfu-swr--v-g- -6611 ata tie! T Carl l R Henderson C Rxesen W. Sloan H. Hall E. Vickers L Davis L Sxmondx W Schlotzhauer L Lowery C. Cochran A. Lohse C. Fowler A. V Grossetta I ll Il M . . . . . . . en 5 uf To "A" clubbers, the 1936 Desert gallantly sur- rendered its tradition worn office for the club room where "A" men could carry on the ob- jectives of "building up athletic and moral standards." Club members, who must have two letters in a major sport to be eligible for membership, each year hold a banquet and two dances. The first affair is private and clubbyg the others vie honors to be among the most popular of school functions. For new fea- ture this year: "A" members honor graduates who have three letters in a major sport, by pre- senting them with jaunty blue blankets sur- mounted with a large, red, block "A". lin? I A. Tenney K. Huffman C. White E. Crowe M. Gill .E , R '- lg 4 lung . sud : D K J ul. K r it - 2, , 'Tl , iv ft ' A -Q ' Q ,A 74- S. Gandy G. Floyd M. Yount E. Starck M. Perkins I. Richey B. Kines E. Mercer 0'l112l2,5 H H Q Eight hundred points, gained in W.A.A. branch- es of female athletic enterprises, are eligibility requirements for Women to sport sporty White sweaters With the red "A", Lady wearer of the "A" proved to be mother's helper to the parent organization, W.A.A., this yearyby retereeing intramural games, promoting good sportsman- ship and carrying on part of a vast W.A.A. pro- gram. Members this year forgot the competi- tive arena long enough to go in with Men's "A" club in sponsoring a dance, held in April, successful, but robust and athletic. The best sports girl selected each spring is inevitably a member of the WOmen's "A" organization. - .f ---' -yr I E l g. f ' .V-'le -I A it tit E. Weimer R. Rielly E. Collins G. Bowden I O G G G L Jones C Newton M. Houghton B. Simpson W. Dunipace E. McMahon KQV' , !,, .1 ,- i E Jones M Hight M McKinney D. Jaycox E. Trumbull M. Scheppke R Abbott 'VI Jonvs B Vincent M. Foster J. Falk A. Hill M. Likes . . . . . . . -H4261 fpaifon With the purpose of promoting an interest in business and commercial subjects, Alpha Ep- silon was organized in 1927 by a group of em- bryo "career women" on the campus. Working in cooperation with Alpha Kappa Psi, men's commercial organization, these potential tem- inine tycoons of big business came near to realizing their ambitions When the school of business and public administration was added to the university. For some time their purpose was to get a college of business administration on the campus. What is left to Work tor now? L . will nk F. Davies R. Legler W. Romney J. Handley C. Glass J. Graybeal C. Walters F. Menalo L. Cross NI Da s K C 1: . . qu-., -H4944 ffalajaa lan' . Do you know what the honorable organization Alpha Kappa Psi is? lf you don't, you proba- bly will be just as intelligent as the rest of the campus. lt is an honorary which Works in ancl for and by itself. Alpha Kappa Psi as a com- merce society tirst saw the light of clay back in 1904 When, it our informants are correct, the members of New York University, having noth- ing better to do, brought this brain child into the World. Since then, like an octopus, it has spread over the entire United States. The pur- pose of the club is to foster scientific research. E. lolllllara M Bea C H ck o W. Schaffner J Rchardson R Morg L Brmkerhoff W Shousen T. Colford M. Hattis Ted Moehler -QPU' F Harbour J Anderson L. Tatum P. Burgess M. Speer . . . Zeta Alpha Zeta is not unique in the fact that it is one of the campus' many honoraries. lts ten members are sons ot the soil, and, as is gener- ally the case, the club has enjoyed a vigorous life throughout the past year. The highlight of its social season was a barnyard initiation breakfast held at the university farm. Alpha Zeta's contributions to campus culture and goodtellowship included advice to the agricul- tural club, a smoker for freshmen and new Aggie students, and the presentation of a medal to the outstanding trosh farmer of the year. L. Mella J. Kelly C. Cochran G McCafferty -3 C Rxesen T. Barthels L. Lowery D. Genung Mullen J Biggs G. Dalton E. Miller C. Hickcox R Morgan B Warren Mile ey .... Locally founded just prior to the crash of the l-Iargus dynasty, Blue Key honors the campus by pledging upperclassmen, "creating a closer bond with faculty and administration," and var- ious other quaint activities. After installation a few years ago, Blue Keyers Went about their own business creating closer bonds in a Vague sort of Way. Last fall, after the close bond floating with the administration didn't turn out so Well, Keymen came out of their semi-lethargy, started bonding men students, and presented "men's night," held in the men's mighty gym. Viv:-"V H d s E Vickers A. Grossetta J. Donnell E' L 9 mo cl T Watkn C Fowler J. Boyle L. Da IS 0 9 9 0 Q C I O C C Adverse to publicity, taking no credit for their many helpful projects, Bobcats, otiicerless and limited to thirteen members, attempts to "keep alive true Arizona spirit." Gnly one social ai- iair has Bobcat backing: their famous tradition- al "one a. m." banquet held each year on Home- coming night. To this affair trek old grad mem- bers to break bread and talk turkey with stu- dent actives 'till the Wee early hours. Each spring Bobcats pledge their quota of higl'1-rank- ing juniors to carry on their Work. New pledges are ieted at the annual initiation banquet and instructed in the aims and purposes oi Grad- uate Manager A. L. Slonaker's pet organization. L Mella R. Palm J. Mullen J Pe e G Puckett Q...o l Lowery J. Bloom B. Warren J Bggs H Thomas M ' am any . . . Chain-Gangers Work their fool heads off during football season in carrying out one of the club's major aims, meeting visiting grid teams at the depot. As one of the long list of dormant hon- oraries, Chainmen do find time to go in With F. S. T., Womanly honorary, in presenting an annual breakfast dance, a big affair requiring early morning hours, enthusiasm, 52.50. lt is Widely attended despite ail. One interviewed Gangman said that Chain-laddies had another purpose in their being, but they'd never done it this year. lt takes place during football sea- son, but for some reason he forgot what it Was. Y-Q-Q L Rnesen D Olson G. Pracy S. Wentworth W. Orendorff B. Mewborne J Trnschka R Greenwood G Potter F. Kelton A. Pearson D. Bailey R. Picard 9 I 10' 5' . . e ta 1 lyme Delta Pi Sigma-a national honorary of course -founded for the purpose of fostering young mathmetical geniuses, has flourished and grown from a group of three charter members in l93U to the incredulous total of l2, all With- in the short space of six years. Cosy chit-chats are held monthly with refreshments and a guest speaker as reputed drawing attractions. ln a ludicrous attempt to stimulate the burning in- terest of outsiders, Delta Pi Sigma sponsors an annual lecture featuring a public orator of mathematical note. This is all, there is no more. E. Perkins A. Hayden H. McNeely S-wk N. Harelson I. Perkins J. Keel M. Yount eaett igicfezs . . . No guessing is in order when a girl in riding breeches, horse blanket on back and iron shoe around neck, starts sweeping up the campus with a stable broom. lt's just the Desert Riders in their annual pledging. This Worthy honor- ary emerged from its cocoon in l928 intending to do something specific about pepping up rid- ing skill and genuine love for horsey matters. When a Woman has proved her ability to stick to numbers 51, 63, and 40 for a year of advanced riding instruction, she may be pledged to keep their number up to eleven. Major Walter Buchly is their sponsor. J Keel I. Richey A. Hayden L Moss P Hickcox B Vincent N. Harclson E. McMahon J Metcalf L L ttlef eld Orange sweatered F. S. 'l'.'s this year outdis- tanced most campus "service" honoraries with many social events, campus sponsorships. Most outstanding of F. S. T. foster children, from popularity's point ot view, is the annual Inter- traternity sing, held every spring on the wo- men's athletic field, under a full moon. Out- standing social event of the organization is the annual breakfast dance held in or down town hotel in conjunction with Chain Gang: small breakfast, small dance, big tee. As sole junior Women's honorary, F. S. T. aids campus oi- ficials in carrying out programs of such events as Homecoming and Mothers' and Dads' day. N1 ll R La pe t r J. Donnell B. Landisll B. Warren Q as 12 'lf Sgr 3 2" J OCO G L. Hargus D. Morrison D. Morgan R. Mo E ammet and 605501 Hammer and Coffin was founded sometime during an earthquake over on the coast-so some of the members will have us believe. And since that time they have attempted to shake the earth With laughter. That they fail miser- ably is shown quite neatly by the odious rag- the Kitty-Kat. Year by year the magazine has sunk into a decline until only death can purify it. And the loyal Hammer and Coffin fraternity is doing its best to consummate that last ambition. Now the local chapter is operat- ing vigorously along paths prescribed by their organization, to C13 end all viceg C23 end all virtue: C33 end all humory and C43 to end all. L. Campbell - .. ,..........,. . . . W..- -. . ll, E. Fiscal G. Hampton M. Davis F. Kelton L. Gray i-fp W. Knighton E. Miller J. Sheperd C. Kimball W. Schock H. Cannon R Wood . 16,2126 ffalapa Ji Since the installation in l929, Kappa Kappa Psis qloat with iiendish pride over the Garqantuan accomplishment ot making the Arizona band "best in the West." Splendid morale, musical ability, scholarship, leadership, fellowship, ac- complishments, both individual and collective, K. K. Psis avow, is attributable in the main to the late Professor loseph 0. De Luca, director and nationally famous musician. With typical Kappa Psiish tone ot assurance, the musical brothers attest to their sworn determination to accomplish a major qoal tor next year: namely to obtain new uniforms tor next year's band. M Rodgers J. Mallott R Stevenson H. Borgquist J Luz H. Evans M. Haynes M. Morrow A-e ff fsww ,A f . 'T is ' r ss - ' K y I l as 46 4' W 'e 5' 1""' 2 1 ,, . 4 Y it 'J Q 2. 4-rj' . V' f i .,,mL39il . s f s 1 A-f , .... T .f--..t, wg-J f it .. ' it WJ! T T T' Ty .., .- ' X .Q V x 1' 15" I. Petty V. Reagor M. Struthers S. Don fapfaa micron WAI Sammy Hotienstein Wrote a poem once that Wound up With: "The same is true Where e'er l roam- That Woman's place is not the home! " The ladies resent the implication that they are man's equal, and have set about to prove that they aren't. The nice Way to start is by form- ing a society. Hence, children, hence. Kappa Omicron Phi proves conclusively that Hofien- stein was Wrong by sponsoring the develop- ment oi the nearly-lost art oi cooking. When they finally clo learn to cook, they become cle- butantesp but my mother was a swell cook When she Was at the age oi seven. Well? M. Davis G. Hiirt il ll 'ti fi: l f" XS if- . f V . vl',1 ' ' 1 1 9 . ij' - 1 at V My' . ji' ,H 4,1 s .V ' ' ' ,.,qQ.5f ,f,. Ht: . , -'15 ffl, 'vu' " 5:1 ' ..- .as .fr WY . 1. .L-. s . ' ' -. 1' ' I, by 95 Q, tr.: r' 'L' tr' 3 Ng- ' ' 'V C. Schaller W. Ross B. Deshler F. McClure 0 0 0 0 0 I R Kendall M bcheppke B. Tuttle D. Beville K Huffma luottat goat! . . . With tive stalwart members and true leading in scholastic standards and worthy womanly ideals, Mortar Board meets every Tuesday that they find time. This is one honorary that can truly be called non-political. Upholding tradi- tions by transfer teas, and co-ed iormals, they offer general cooperation in all and sundry matters. Simplest, most impressive of campus ceremonies, is the annual Mortar Board pledg- ing. Held each spring during the quiet, imme- diate post-dawn hours, on co-ed cottage lawn, cap and gown bedecked women s e l e ct new pledges. A woman soloist, singing birds, rising sun, palpitating juniors, produce a tranquil setting tor the most inspiring rites. J wllb8nkS M Morrnw HJ! D Hoyt T WlS0n E Hammar H Andrews lffatzonaf eolfegzate igfayeu As an honorary dramatic organization the Na tional Collegiate Players encourages leader ship and initiative m the field oi drama lt takes its members from the upper classmen who have achieved excellence in dramatic ac tivity Membership is consequently Very lim ited The group produces its own plays and is active m helping the drama department This year the players were hosts at a tea during the innovated drama Week The organization has assisted the speech department at special dramatic functions. We proudly name the club l-l.l-l.-I-lelptul I-lannahs. According to Mrs. Morrow it is the highest honorary dra- matic fraternity for universities in this country. sz e l F--4... igglr' I J Rnnd L. Hargus .l. Pinlek S. Shepard A. Riggs 1 A? A IC: 'i H -:E ,I M V' i yi' f 'fri 1: L' QQ, M QL i ' Conner F. Donofrio D. Morgan C. Dodd M. Rogers G. Sto D. Bacharach V. Verity J. Swain J. Grant R. Jones . phi H4266 pefta Worshipers of Blackstone, Who have attained distinction in their Work, find an honorary out- let for their legal talents in Phi Alpha Delta professional. Phi Alpha Deltas trace their source to the Windy Metropolis where the fraternity Was founded in l9U2-the out- growth of an established local. Chapters, ac- cording to vouching brothers, are named after famous lawyers and jurists. And so it came to pass that in l923, Knox Chapter found its Way into the fraternal rolls of the campus. B. Wilson H. Hammons L. Davis H. Whitney ' 1 'ZIV 4, gg.,- QW' 7 L. Helm W. Leisenring B. Jones P. Hertenstein PM Half. IHA: . . Formed on the principle that black is White and white is black, Phi Delta Phi maintains the high standards ot the original Liars' Club. lts irre- cusalole nexus with the law exists simply in the fact of its lack of accomplishments, dearth oi intelligence, and incapacity for movement. ln this last it attempts, with considerable suc- cess, to ape the law. lt rates high in the Law College, does Phi Delta Phi. There is only one le- gal traternity on the campus that rates higher. R N ge t M Bellinger W. Marteny H. Rhodes L Se gl E Brea eale F. Kelton P. Oberholzer D. G o g Ai ,famfda Llpfifon Anyone who can make a loud explosion or a pungent smelling mess-and who can also show that he is a chemistry major with a two average in class work-is eligible to become a Phi Lambda Upsilon. During the year this organ- ization holds lectures on the excruciatingly in- teresting subjects of: Rare earths make good re- search students, or why a mysterious substance labeled Cl-l4 KSOZDS behaves as it does. These are just a few ofthe activities of this organization which aids all the chemists of the school. This group is a national honorary and has a repu- tation as one of the best chapters in the country. H Swxtten M.Lemen T. Burges R. Luepke R Sprague H Cannon A Pearson T DeGrazia Q G. Luepke W. Knighton A. Buchhauser H Novnck J Black R I-larrah phi fffu -H4aAa O . With the advancement ot music the keynote of the organization, Phi Mu Alpha reaches out With squid-like tentacles and gathers in stu- dents trom all colleges on the campus: engi- neers, lawyers, aggies, et al. Phi Mu Alpha is a national honorary men's fraternity which en-- deavors to unite all students interested in mu- sic, regardless of their vocations. The group has its own little symphony, string ensem- bles, choir and glee club, not to mention its composers who write much of the music performed by the various groups Within the organization. These presentations take place both in public concerts and private club recitals. .if in y xxx I inlay E .... - iff E phi feta ffaialaa National Honorary S Local Chapter Founded at the College cliolastic Fraternity Granted 1932 of William and Mary December 5, l776 Dr. A. E. Douglass - Dr. Ernest Anderson - Dr. Edwin F. Carpenter Professor Allegra Frazier Dr. Margaret C. Smith - ASSOCIATE Dr. Ernest Anderson Dr. John Brooks Dr. James Greenlief Brown Dr, George Thornhill Caldwell Dr. Mary Estill Caldwell Dr. Edwin Francis Carpenter Dr. Byron Cummings Dr Dean Samuel Marks Fegtly Dr. John Driscoll Fitz-Gerald, III Professor Allegra Frazier Professor Ina Estelle Gittings Professor Rudolph H. Gjelsness Dr . Andrew Ellicott Douglass . Waldo S. Glock Dr. Frank Nelson Guild Dr. N. D. Houghton Dr. Francis Cummins Lockwood Professor G. A. Oliver - President - - Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer - - Councilor - Councilor MEMBERS Dr. Louise Otis Professor Sidney Fawcett Pattison Dr . Lathrop Emerson Roberts Dr. Lila Sands Dr. Homer LeRoy Shantz Dr. George Edson Philip Smith Dr. Margaret Cammack Smith Dr. Melvin Theodor Solve Professor Zela Marie Sougey Dr. Walter P. Taylor Dorothea Kelly Frank Kelton Barbara Moore Mary Aileen Murray Ethel Powell Carl Riesen Katherine Watkins STUDENT MEMBERS Robert Picard Herbert Rhodes Austen Riesen V. Y. Russell J. R. Murdock Emil R. Riesen H. B. McDaniel Jesse Edward McComb Theodore Nathaniel Harer Jonathan Howard Michael George Stanley Hansen Daniel F. Jantzen Clarence William Hunnicutt Ray Alonzo McLeskey Lewis S. Neeb Nathaniel L. Houston Willard Jay McCauley Robert Lewis Welch Jonathan L. Booth William Henry Waters Garland White Orson P. Greer R. l. Turner G. M. Butler Wilfred G. Austin Paul G. Koch Chester Wickliffe Albert Willard Hendrix Edward Eyring G. Theodore Young Arthur Hamilton Otis Elmer C. Nash Milton Bingham Morse Lewis Wetzler John Lawrence Larkin James Ralph Wilson Samuel Burkhard Horace Kincaid F. V. Brown Irvine Booth Watts A. W. Hetherington, Jr. Illr fr ' A Q ffmgll tm ll pdf pefta ffappa: National Education Fraternity President - - - Georae Slcora Sponsor - - Dean I. W. Clarson, lr. Treasurer - - - - Emil Larson Secretary - l. F. Walker ACTIVE ROLL John Oscar Mullen Frank Coburn Holt George A. Judson Fred Dale McDonald John Franklin Walker Rollin David Burr Harold Phillips Blome Elwood Everett Perry Cinne Daniel Klemmedson Grady Gammage E. Dell Collins William B. Deeter Ralph R. Fields Alvin Edward Ellis Jol1n Charles Walker Emil Leonard Larson Chester Franklin Deaver Rudolph H. Lavick Melvin P. Dolson George Thomas Bazzetta Charles Lee McFarland George Joseph Peak James W. Clarson, Jr. Chester Albert Hall Dee Moss Hibner Warren Hugh Kaler Ferris E. Webb Oliver Kellean Garretson David Doyle Jackson Charles T. Taylor Charles George Hampton Clinton James Mumby Robert Edward Gallatin Clarence Rollo Ralph B. Dixon Robert L. Scudder Halvar G. Starck Harold Lea Stiles Vlfilliam Paul Koepp Claude Burns Wivvel Donald Graham Wright Alezander Frazier Ralph Howe Zimmerman Kenneth Clinton Becht W. Fred Miller Raymond Elbert Booth Ralph M. Young Clinton MacMahon Mangum Marion Valentine Williams Hall Stenz Hiram Loren Allen Ivan Elmer Kohlhoff Joseph Lewis Monical Francis Richard Vihel Hollie Guy Bedwell Herbert Ludwig Stahnke Charles Joseph Pinney Elias Rae Brimhall E. Lamar Hedgpeth Wendell Turner George W. Skora Nealey Aubrey Pennington Francis Clair Prince Marvin Ingar Christianson Robert B. Van Vorst Arthur Lambert Pistor Paul Herman Zeugnter John F. Wilkinson Neldon Leo Richards Paul Edward Guitteau Charles Eugene Bill Andrew Tolson William E. Merrill Louis J. Bazzetta Robert Warren Taylor Harry Gredes Barney Arthur Shehane Frederick Alfred Wetzell. Jr Howard Beebe Ross Van Leslie Sullivan Oliver C. Corbin James Anthony Rork David hi. G. Hand Frederick Jerome Greenough Walter Lawrence Longan Raymond Russell Nicolay Charles Franklin Shaffer O. Wade Letts William Charles Gregory Martin Henry Munz David Nathaniel Murdock Carl Douglas Decker Howard Rollins Fisher Herman Duwe Earl DeWitt Doxsee Joseph F. Paxton Wiley Karl Peterson Harvey M. McKemy Halbert W. Miller R. G. Stevenson John Andrew Howard, Jr. Orville Hensley Oldfather Thomas R. Hull Donald L. Webb James Christian Anderson Mitchell Swick Vialo Rollo V. Kessler Harold Gay Webb A. George Koetz Edwin James Simovich John W. Stone phi amfofaz nada National Wornen's Education Honorary Lucille S. Abel lris Ashjian Marion Bailey Loy Ballfinch Margaret Barnett Helen Benedict Ida Carter Gertrude Clarson Pearl Crossett Georgia Deatsch Minnie DeHart Helen Deshler May Don Sue Don Ethel Fisher Helen Foster Laura Gale Helen Geer Mary Harper Mabel Higgs Mary Longfellow Lilah Matthews Alice Mathis Moselle Messecar Hester McNeely Barbara North Mary Otis Eunice Otis Mary Frances Parsons Kathleen Perry Lulu Rhodes Monica Bodee Wanda Bickel Ellen Bobertson Mary Bobertson Marjorie Bobinson Lotus Boyaltey Marion Scheppke Isabel Schmiedendort Lillie Stewart Louise Stewart Vivian Starck Constance F. Smith LaVerne Sundin May Torn Ienny Wellington Sue Wentworth Dr. Florence Van Bibber Katherine Van Buslcirk Dr. Louise Wilbur WWW mlm Q C9 ! N :... gs 'li phi ffalapa phi National Scholastic Fraternity MEMBERS E. I. Brown P. S. Burgess Bert S. Butler G. M. Butler I. W. Clarson, lr. Byron Cummings A. E. Douglass S. M. Eegtly G. A. Oliver A. H. Otis M. B. Schneclc H. L. Shantz Barnett, Margaret Alice Kelly, Dorothea S. Kelton, Frank Caleb, Ir. Wyatt, lames Batclitie Abbott, Buth Eunice Beale, William Addis Hattis, Morley Melvin Hetherington, Albert Iones, Winthrop Gilman Mathis, Alice Louise McNeely, Dorothy Hester Moore, Barbara Murray, Mary Aileen Parks, Lottie Frances Powell, Ethel Billie Biesen, Carl H. Robinson, Marjorie Clara Boss, Winitred Schmieclenclort, Isabel Stallings, Oliver Clinton Watkins, Katherine Bolclyreif, A. W. Brown, S. B. Houghton, N. D. Banney, Eclith Solve, Melvin Alberding, Herbert Alvarez-Tostaclo, C. Dale, Kermit Emigh, George D. Galbraith, E. W., Ill. Harshman, N. E. lohnson, H. P., Ir. Kalil, Mary Krznarich, P. W. Cliver, Lew D. Bhocles, Lulu H. R. Carpente D. Genung B. Warren R. Voris PTT' "' W' ff . . g s M. Vosskuhler R. Morgan D. Morgan E. J. B o . . lailffu -gqlaka Hitherto conspicuous by their inactivity, Pi Nu Alphas this year bounded from oblivion into the campus limelight by promoting a campaign to elect Ted Bland as All-Western quarter- back in the Elgin Watch national contest. Apparently dazed by their successful efforts, which netted Bland a gold Watch and more votes than any other man in the contest, Pi Nues decided on a more lively program. As the book goes to press, plans are under Way for an annual gridiron banquet to be held during the spring field meet. New life should aid the Pi Nues in realizing the goal for which they were founded, securing a chapter of Sig- ma Delta Chi, national journalistic honorary. ig."- Q? l Metcalf K. Huffman P. Hickcnx S. Mercer V. Reagor J. Wilkerson E. Hophox WIQQEF1 54 Q ?4-r 'W 4-5 an 6 , fu-vs' "wr D Hayes M. Bringhurst B. MaGoffin R. Kendall P. Tribolet S. Webber C. Moss :eu 61:16 . . . . Utilizing reorganization as a life-transtusion, Women Press Clubbers suddenly decided ex- istence Was for a purpose. This year, Ladies of the Press established a scholarship fund from which Worthy ink-stained Women receive aid. just to be like other clubs, Pressers started ob- jectives: to further campus journalism, to aid members obtain practical journalistic advice from professionals. Press Women hold three monthly meetings, one business session, two luncheons, Where members discuss merits oi journalistic Women and atrocious clothes that other girls are Wearing. To these jolly ai- iairs come campus bigwigs to flatter Woman- ly abilities, cite club's accomplishments, eat, run, and in other Ways console indigestion. I W t K 1 G w iw t I tt' W A. Holmes J. Kromer I. Brady M. Murrell 'E' ,-'Ax I. Moore M. Sharman M. Pearson P. Ling C. Pease V. Tones D. Braese M. Jones V. Narr I. Petty J. Holderness O Q O C O O I I O O Beware, freshmen! Look out for the wearer of the deadly rattlesnake emblem. That freshman girl who is caught Walking on the grass, queen- ing, or appearing on the campus unaccompa- nied by her green gloves has reserved herself a place in the annual spring scrubbing of the Aggies steps, a la toothbrush. This honorary organization for sophomore 'Women was found- ed by a group of senior girls in 1932. Rattlers has a membership of twenty girls selected for their outstanding record of scholarship and ac- tivities of the preceding year. The duties of the organization include assisting in campus func- tions as Well enforcing freshman traditions. Dorothy Scheppke is president of the group. K. Rolle 46-'T Q' 19 M. Utterback L. Parks E. Spezin E. White M. Snwyers l'. Tweed ,firm -:sr it kv P5 dvr JN .fir -5550 QF Y ' I Q. 'jg -,Q , mir-.-x Huffman J. Pettis D. Steger R. Andress B. Rixtt M. Pearson E. Denrini M. Butler Strom! I. Farris D. NVnrd P. Green F. Ludy Ii. Cnrncy C. Kinard D. Reed zjma la a ata . . . . . . Alpha Beta chapter of Sigma Alpha lota, na- tional professional music fraternity for Women, has for the past seven years been very promi- nent in the musical lite ot the campus. The object oi the organization is to raise the stand' ard of musical production in universities and colleges. Membership consists of music ma- jors having high scholastic standing and show- ing promise as musicians, either as teachers or performers. Sigma Alpha lota has a very ac- tive social program, giving frequent musical teas, which include the annual MacDoWell tea at which is given an all Macllowell program. The blonde girl on the right, second row, was a mistake. Harmonies authorities deny her. Al is- P Harper M. Urias W. Bork E. Flores "bf tevenson 0 0 O I I C. Souers S. Proffitt B. Schale iyma pelta pi Sigma Delta Pi has not been as active during the l935-36 school year as during past seasons. Their first fall meeting was held at the Mexican and ltalian Original Restaurant in honor oi the then newly appointed Mexican vice consul in Tucson, Senor Efrain G. Dominguez. The fol- lowing meeting, held just prior to the Christmas holidays, was to Welcome the fall pledges of the society. lnitiation ceremonies for both tall and spring pledges were held on March 27. The president assisted in Columbus Cervan- tes Day celebrations sponsored by the Span- ish department and the University. Social meetings were held during the sp ring. N. Pomery B. Murlless J. Hansen D Davis R Fxheld si. l sf 2' S Johnson A. Withers H. McMicken R. Wickham H Noon G Bell .fophos ..... The laziest honorary on the campus, Sophos, as the name mightindicate, is composed ot out- standing men in Sophomore class. The local chapter Was installed five years ago With a purpose "to originate new rules for behavior . . . which freshman boys adhere to or suffer the consequences." These Sophoites instill fear in all frosh hearts by murderously Wearing prison-striped sweaters to assembly, and ban- dishing long lean paddles. Although Sophos have been catching up on sleep during this past year, one thing is Well Worth noticing- they are made up of some of the most out- standing men ot the Sophomore class. V W H C llfford A Pearson H. Cody ' R. Hatcher E. Black R. Baker L Keller R Bhke G. Pracy J. Michaelson G. Potter J. Draeger I . . . . . . . . Taufefapz Phi Beta Kappas of the Engineers, local Tau Betes have been at Arizona since l9l6. Peti- tioning the national in that year, Tau Betas Pi now occupy an enviable position in engineer- ing affairs. Their main sponsorship of engin- eering affairs cornes on St. Patrick's day when Tau Betes help give the freshrnan initiation serv- ices at the Blarney stone, and the high old kay- ley. ln serious affairs, Tau Beta Pi occupies the same high campus position as other scholar- ship honoraries. From its founding in l886 un- til the present time, Tau Betes have produced sorne of the best engineers in the World today. C. Houston J. Pierce T. Conroy H. Fink W Sloan I Mxchaelson T Phillips C. LaMothe H. Clifford T. Hall G Potter J McNary R Morrison H Clayton B. Cody R. Dindinger R. Turner W Freeman J Draeger C Morrison 'meta au ........ Theta Tau, professional engineering society, was formed for the purpose of uniting the en- gineers in friendly and social relationships. During the year, the Theta Taus hold banquets to give the engineering students an insight on the new phases in engineering work. The greatest triumph of the entire organization is their party thrown on March 17, to comemorate the exploits of Saint Patrick in merry old Dublin. The kissing of the Blarney stone, the wearing of the green, the fighting with the lawyers and the aggies, all helps make this day a day of days. After their mild "beer bust", they hold a dance which is quite nice, except when it isn't. J. Vibert J. Holderness M. Lanza P. Schley Q 5 lied W Hanna P. Arnett C. Pease M. Hight B. Vincent I. Petty P. Mensenhexmer G 9 I C O E. LaVine A. Holmes A. Hayden A. Tenney 0 Q Q Q Wldllflefl Like all good societies in the University, the Wranglers, a feminine literay organization, has a varied and interesting program during the year. The aim oi the Wranglers has been to unite a group of university Women who find particular enjoyment in reading and in dis- cussing What they have read. Every year the Wranglers hold a banquet to which they in- vite townspeople and girls in the University who have an interest in this organization. Out- side of this the Wranglers do not do much. Their main fort is assuming a superior air when any poor illiterates happen to be around. -H55 oczk z'ion.4 H. Hunt A. Wilson G. Pracy J? 0'9" K. Hammes M. Denn J. Castelan Houston C. Bates R. Holcomb A. Drachman S. Tucker J. Rauscher R G. Eberle W. Freeman H. Fink A. Rochlin E. Fiscel R. Blake 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 g 9 Q Q The American Society of Civfl Engineers is ad- mittedly a dormant organization, Which, when the occasion Warrants, pops quickly into View by holding a speech-fest, a pledge meeting, or a banquet, which are definite successes .from the tfme they start. They, as all the other en- gineers, have a yearning deep in their souls for the day that brings the Wearing of the green. They practice for that day during the entire year, and by the time the signal, 'go ahead', fin- ally comes, they are in no condition really to do the day justice. The day of March 17 is the one that either echoes or reverberates from one year to another and the one that is responsi- ble for the engineers' having a bad name. Turner C. Tanner R. Legler M. Vosskuhler C. Hickcox L. Oliver C. Scott R Nugent E. McMahon R. Hale M. Goldberg J. Mullen L. Brill M. Huttis .qtudent Forum . . . . . . . Springing into blossom in 1931 "to aid a11 or- ganizations of the campus as far as possib1e" the Student Forum has bloomed, flourished, and sunk into its present period of decadence. Reaching its c1imaX 1ast year when Forumites industriously published a daily mimeographed paper, the organization this year iai1ed to ma- terialize its objective, "to provide an interest for everyone, both teachers and students." Circumspective observation obligates the pres- ent Forum 1ethargy to troub1e with its foster chi1dren. The Forum is instrumental in bring- ing about many fine organizations, raises them to semi-maturity, on1y to see the good ones branch into independence, 1e avi ng' the remaining lemons home with the Forum. 5 T Douglass J Holderness M. Murrell F. Rabogliatti Y?-7 5 .,-5 I 4 W J W lbanks Cromwell T. Wilson K. Hayden C. Pease H. Andrews J Metcalf M Sharman N. Pomeroy N. Rabogliatti E. Hamrnr . . . nwetazty ayeu To absorb some of the local color, the University Players' first presentation this year was "Ten Nights ln A Barroornf' They followed this with the production of "Beggar On Horseback", which Wowed the countryside. All plays are produced under the supervision of Mrs. Mar- guerite Morrow. Showing their charitable na- ture, Players cooperated in helping to present "Post Road" and "Let Us Be Gay", and aided in making Drama Week another success. The University Players had a very successful year. At least, lights burned late every night in the composing and stage rooms at the stadium. H. Don C. Shaller M. Barnett M. Bryan L. Sanderson B. Deshler 'S H. Ahlgren R. Quarelli V. Arnold E. Weimer S. Proffitt T. Quarelli M. Urias F. Adams Vanity Mffageu . . Membership in Varsity Villagers is limited to town Women students Without sorority affilia- tions. Wearers of the silver double-V pin, ad- vised by Mrs. Prexy Shantz and Dean Evelyn lones, were organized to stimulate social ac- tivities, help form friendships, and link mem- bers closer to campus life, activities, and ath- letics. The fifty girls who comprised Varsity Villagers this year Were especially active so- cially, having, during first semester, a tea for freshman girls, followed by one for transfers, informal picnics on the desert and an informal dance. During second semester, a formal dance and another picnic climaxed their activities. Higgs NCT' ,fn "Ui M w W M. Foster J. Wellington H. Bourgquist M. Struthers C 0 U O 0 A K V 51-Q 1 . , 1. -x V V . Ls' . ' xgvn , auf! 'Xlgkg' 'P ,Eg " A., -ing x . '19 A, X L11 ' -JH", 13:3 Jr, .fm -"gd, . -, ' 'V x , 2. 2 . k2f" 'f- W? . wwfiwxfr 5. mg.. 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And, after a whole year of brooding, we've got so's we hate a lot of people quite nicely. That ought to make this section nice and juicy. lf we happen to hate your hero and idol, or happen to miss taking a slant at the guy who's been the sand in your spinach for four years, don't take down your hair and cry- don't come to us either. We sim- ply aren't interested. This col- umn is marked PERSONAL. And if you feel that we've mistreated you, just think how much nastier we could have been-remember all the nice things we might have told about the little occa- sion of that trip to Nogales-or Phoenix-or maybe Yuma. See? We know all about you. Like all other years, this year starts with a 'just ducky' football sea- son, wherein we played most of the second-raters from Califor- nia to the Mississippi. Well, we did win the conference. But that will probably get to be a habit, now. After football, which is always the most important thing of the year, comes a list of other things-a musical comedy, handled by a couple of clumsy obstetricians. Wlith the result that the foetus died. The sour artists' series . . . Sabino soirees, the silly symphony, Engineers and their inanities, and a great and burning curiosity over the jeep. We survived two semes- ters of rushing. With sadness in our hearts we watched sorority girls dragging hapless maybe- pledges into their houses, feed- ing them tea and getting them pledged. We watched fraterni- ties dragging hapless maybe- pledges into their houses, feed- ing them gin and getting them pledged and drunk. We hope you will cooperate with us, and not read any more of this silly drivel. But, if you will you Will, and your sins be on your heads. 9 x v i Ao. l-Coiigress and Church Phones 29 and 30 lo. 3-Congress and Scott Phones 740 and 741 No. 5-Stone and 18th St. Phone 520 No. 2-Coiigress and Fifth Open All Night Phones 303 and 2736 No. 4--Ajo, Arizona No. 0-E. oth :xml Santa. Rita Ave. Phone G74 No. 7-East 3rd Street and Euclid Avenue--Phcme 767 TUCSON, ARIZONA SORORITIES-Pi Phi, Alpha Phi, and Delta Gamma-the last ot the Old Guard. What has be- come ot the house on North Mountain? Who is the blonde on North Cherry? Theta and Kappa have fallen by the Way- side. Many pledges were sur- prised to learn this-the mem- bers kept the facts hidden until the poor girls were snagged. l-leigh-ho. FRATERNITIES-There are still a couple of iairly decent houses. Somebody suggested Phi Deli and Phi Gam. Somebody else suggested Sig Ali. You guess. Compliments of LERNER SHOPS 19-21 East Congress Street TUCSON ARIZONA PEERLESS FLOUR A Home Product MH11llfHCf1l1'8li in TUCSON EAGLE MILLING CO. 210 Compliments of ' ARIZONA'S LEADING Clean Food tores Conveniently Located Throughout the State to Serve Alrizonans the Finest Quality Foods at Lowest Prices Courteously -:- Efficiently Economically AN ARIZONA INSTITUTION VITALLY INTERESTED IN THE WELFARE OF ARIZONA McDougall and Cassou MEN'S SHOP 130 N. Central Ave. PHOENIX Established 1897 Compliments of RUSSELL ELECTRIC 8: MACHINE COMPANY 221-223 E. Congress Phone 18 VESTAL VIRGINS-We felt that the 39th chapter of Genesis cov- ered the situation but our friends tell us no. Formed by the frightened nymphs as a protec- tive association, the V. V. Chap- ter has rapidly developed into an organization including the better part ot the school. Then it became unnecessary. The P. C. CPan Clubl Louis Sirnondi, the rubber stamp of the political regime, -could stand a little panning. But We Won't. The Wildcat takes care ot that . . . Bunny Vickers, the 211 Wha- HONOR Rom. Master All American Superior .lavee Letterman Varsity Champion Campus Collegiate Capital Yell King I head of the biggest political farce in history, carries in his Wake that Kappa called Hux- table. Never hooked before be- fore-Bunny seems fairly Well taken in this time . . . Nobody ever razzes Dan Genungus, the biggest campus fungus. l-lis curley locks take all the shocks. There isn't any more because he holds the door. This doesn't make sense-but neither does Genung . . . Gaisser Gung'l Gar- penter Graft is always good for a laugh except to the student body's expense account . . . And last but not least We nominate I-lis l-lonor O'Connor. ls it re- pressed desire that prompted Compliments of the itl l I ' .b - -if Theatres The Home of Paramount Pictures Good plays lzke good sweaters. . .Last. CLASS RINGS ORGANIZATION EMBLEMS MEDALS - CUPS - BUCKLES Graduation Announcements AWARD SWEATERS Olympia, Washington 212 FOR TWENTY-TWO YEARS THE T. V. ALLEN CO. 810-16 Maple Ave. Los Angeles thot test to copyregding clgss on how the English building tell in ond killed every English prof lout him? Furthermore, Whgt does he hunt in Mexico besides fish? One-word descriptions oi Corn- pus l-leotdliners: Pattison ....,. .... C ondescends Schneck .,... ........ D issects Colcdire ..... ..... D ribbles Soller ......i....., .... D evicttes , , RATES C. H. Smith ......,.,.....,. Gibloers Rooms with Bath ...,..........., 52.00 52.50 S3-00 Tucker ,-,..,,. ,,',, C Q'lj1'1Ol0CiZQS Rooms with Twin Beds ..,..... 3.00 4.00 These Rates Apply for One or Two Persons Cable ------- 4---- M Gundefs occupying Same Room Market Spot Tucson's Super Market Park and Speedway Phone 322 Phone 198 HELPING BUILD ARIZONA COMFORTABLY and RIGHT PETERSON, BROOKE STEINER and WIST ARIZONA DIVISION AMERICAN SEATING CO. School Supplies Office Supplies Gifts-Stationery-Books H E A R N Sz C A 1 D ' Electrolux Refrigerators Gas andoflglglriginlgspllances 61 East Congress St. Phone 61 Phoenix TUCSON Prescott 230 North Fourth Ave. ARIZONA TUCSON ARIZONA 213 Building Good Wi!! - - - THE HOTEL ADAMS PHOENIX, ARIZONA CONGRATULATIONS ClassOf'36 from Korrick's Your Budget? Best Friend Phoenix, Washington at First Morrow ..,..................... Decries Frazier ........ Cl ain't ekal to itl Iohnson ,............... Prirnadonna Frenchy Brown ...... Wheeeee Clarson ............... ...... N yah Frances l-lalladay: Somebody said We ought to say somethinq nice about her, but there hasn't been anything to Write to date: Well . . . Frankenstein Nels Forrest: Scion oi the Siq TIDMARSH ENGINEERING CO. State Distributors for NORGE , ZENITH PRODUCTS R A D I O O Air Conditioning Heating Headquarters, Tucson, Arizona After the Game Meet file at The Saratoga Cate, Inc. Specializing in Sea Foods and Tender Steaks GOOD FOOD GOOD COFFEE Inlst-ure' Let S an pray he S Courteous Service Popular Prices elsewhere next year. , 11 w. W h' gr sr. George Dalton: l-le tried hard. PHOENIX as m on ARIZONA 214 A i c E Phelps Dodge Corporation Slim "Ice" Carpenter: His brain is in the lumbar His feet are on the ground. Beer makes him hors de com- bat- COne glass and thinqs go rounolj The campus rues his nose for news- This charming little CPD elf, ACME PRINTING CO. A For all that's news to him is N news That's news about himself. Y B911 SlCIClC! Books, Pamphlets, Folders AtSlaii.Ben Slack has qot the Stationery, Office Forms 216 COMPLIMENTS to the Class of '36 Arizona Ice SL Cold Storage Co. Q BLUE AND WHITE TRUCKS Like the principles of Education, Old Line Legal Reserve Life Insurance is essentially the same, whether located in the East, the West, or at home. Let's build at home-our home University, Our home educational system, our home Legal Reserve Life Insurance Company- and we shall wisely profit by so doing. Union Reserve Life Insurance Co. PHOENIX Write for liberal agency contract I-lis friends are greatly sorrow- ed. Each cent he spent some friend had lent- Woe came Where e'er he bor- rowed. l-lis Work upon the stage was great, Alloeii alcoholicg His rant and rate predominate Ai every Players' frolic. Pai Tribolei: The cleveresi loud- mouthed girl on the carnpusg our friends tell us We should like her, but our friends would noi be our friends if they had good taste. 217 EL CONQUISTADOR HOTEL IN AN ELEVATED TRACT OF 120 ACRES NINE HOLE GOLF COURSE STABLES TENNIS COURTS All Rooms lVith Private Baths-Large Closets and .Many With Private Sun Porches RATES FROM NINE DOLLARS SINGLE AMERICAN PLAN For illustrated folder write TUCSON GROVER SYKES, Manager' ARIZONA Bill Holzhauser: "There is an unpretentious frame dwelling- near the railroad . . . " And thus he left. A reactionary from the Hearst Syndicate. T h r e e Cheers for the red-White-and P. T. A. George Pracy: Headed the com- mittee tracking down pamphlets advertising Alpha Tau Omega in the sorority houses. Why did you do it, Georgie? Margaret Loomis: The pride of the Kappa domicile. Chief of the heggling committee on the SOUTHWESTERN Fire Insurance Co. The Only Arizona Fire Insurance Company Owned and Operatea' by ' Arizona People Ask Your Agent for One of Our Policies Title and Trust Building PHOENIX, ARIZONA 218 -ufx' 0 H "4V .. Miss Modern Has l ,Wff a Bright Outlook I 2 11 9 U U C ' . . . WA TTO-The Electrical Wizard If Takes All the D1-udgery Our of 4 Unlike the household drudgery with which her grandmother had to contend, Miss Modern has .at :::: ..,.4- her fingertips the magic of electricity and all its .Qi services. In her grandmothers day' electricity f "-rift' was just a new method of obtaining light. Elec- : tric Refrigeration, Electric Cooking, Radio or Air-Condititming were unheard of in those days. ff'f' Cheap Electricity makes it possible for Miss Modern to enjoy bet- , f ter health, greater freedom, and a comfortable happiness all EN through a wider use of modern electric service. 'ji 4 NEW' Mig CENTRAL ARIZONA 11 LIGHT AND POWER co. e S M Phoenix gui." PORTER' 37 E. Congress Street Western and English Riding Boots, Breeches and Togs Luggage and Trunks Athletic Goods Arizona's Leading Leather Goods Store Stores at Phoenix Tucson Pi Phi-Kappa mixup: who broke pan-hell rules second semester? Marion Kathryn Staples: One good joe, though she is the us- ual Gamma Phi publicity hound. Now, aren't you glad we leit your picture out of Rattlers? Bianca MaGoiiin: We wish she would either cry or say it. The balance between the two gets us. Sigma Chi and Sigma Nu both claim possession ot a little pledge. What little pledge? Hea- ven only knows. Both houses recognized him tfrom a photo- 219 To Me 7-acufty and .etuafent goofy of the L!nive'z.4z'ty of -gugonae .1 x While we have made every effort to produce this year's Desert in a mechanically perfect manner, as to typography, pressworlc and bind- ing, we feel that by far the greatest credit is due the Desert Staff for the splendid cooperation and as- sistance they have given us : : - - . N r l THE MANliFAIITlliilNEi ETATIIINERE 'NH PHOENIX, ARIZONA U i Q 1553 f V . 9 K A' , . Q - . M - Q ' . A . . gf 5. ri. Q V- U . -iff, lf 5, .' 4 W 25 MQ -' 55' E , " Q' ,J bg-:g.:5fg -1 f sg,-J A- f aww ag H H .. X Q f 5 .QI ww swf 7 E.: Q" .B gw :- - ' V v , 4 h ' 3 ww Y 1. .W 3 ag 58 .: , X . .. H. N 4 . l Q. - M . , , ,E . .. W-5 Q . , . g A, is ' -'H ' 4, .,.:.:u5..., ., ,. : 5 .E ,ggi W . ,4 . 5 .V , N Q Y :Rf . . . , 1. . '-:a2f"5!5"j' ":.':' . , 53? L 1 ma...-R A I I H . .. .:a:..'.:aa:a:-: - A . . ,.. . .3 :gf 5 . 1 .1 L4 1 ' M ' E31 -:- isis 4 . M Q '- . - - ., . ..,. -Af . , . ,,.,..::f ...F .. " 'Emir "' X 71 Q Q T . 'W ,f . V Y WF' 5 2 5' qj 1 mi Q g 'N ,rr . Sig .1 5 53' . ' 1 , 'A I ' A if la H f' X ff' 7 5' : -- ' -, f .m1m, , . I . . I Q' - 1 YS: .- " ' - A ' xx , xx w sm, W .1 Q- In ':' 2 -4 Q Www, 2 A Q. em 1 . 'H 1' 1 ' X.. pzgmf 4. 1. i M ,ig 4.: ky L ' sw is 9 V 3 ' wx X . J ' Y gf . .H ,.,.- izbn . . -:fx-J. . . 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But it doesn't matter, FHEATRES Let WARDS help you build an economic buying program 44-54 N. Stone Phone 4804 TUCSON SHOE SHINE PARLOR Across from T. Ed Litt's Ladies, and Gents' Shoes Shined Hats Cleaned and Blocked LE1 US HELP YOU LOOK NICE she's a home ec major, and an A. X. The Phi Delis play on their iront lawn in semi-nudeness and think it is helping the chapter get a name. It does. Look througl g a glass darkly, and what do you see? Howard Can- non! The staunch upholder ot the Duchess: lewel Wilbanks. Let's don't talk about her-she's ane- mic. l-low'd ja like to be an Alpha Phi? Look at Shirley Webber. Where's old Pappy? The epitome of the Pi Phi palace: Ieanne Metcalf. She talks the l 222 THE F. H. KEDDINGTON COMPANY Printers - Bookbinders Paper Rulers Commercial Stationers General Fireproofing Company All Steel Desks and Filing arm off anythinq. What about lane Keel? Well, what about her? Nobody ever razzes Bob Voris. Nobody knows him. Prank l-luddle. Where is your straiqhtjacket, Proqeyes? Untavorite People: Beville Csornetirnesl Larry Davis tdrink 'er down? Equipment . Ted Bland CWe've never been out with hirnj P11011 e 900 La Kettenbach Cdo you belong 0 to Beta Chi Delta'?J 20 NORTH SCGTT STREET Ruth Andress Cshe tiddles, and TUCSON ARIZONA SO do We, Prank Putnam Ctor his naiveteb. The MORGAN boys CWhat? Is the dynasty at an end'?D Catherine Cratty Ctor her eye- browsl. Randolph Gunter Cart for art's sakel. The I-larqus Dynasty Cbores us to tearsl. Toe Ahee Che works hardl. Lottie Frances Parks Cshe sinqsl. Betty Tuttle tshe studiesl. Dorothy l-layes tshe travelsl. Katherine Herbert ishe pic- nicsl. Ralph Warlord CD. G. 'erJ. TUCSON LAUNDRY 85 DRY CLEANERS F713 PHONE 464 0 :1-I All Makes E' .4 TYPEWRITERS E ff?-'Q Sold Xf'TxT:TE:E.5-gg? Rented and Repaired ' 'V T T TT Fountain Pens Sold and Repaired Greeting Cards Office Supplies-Stationery P R I' E R 'H O 27 East Congress 223 PRESCOTT, ARIZONA, in the heart of Arizona's Scenic Wonderland, is one of the leading HEALTH and PLEASURE RESORTS of the world. Yavapai County, and PRESCOTT, its County seat, is a veritable place of nat- ural wonders and we invite the whole world to share in its beauty. On U. S. Highway No. 89, State Highway 79, reached via U. S. Highway 66 and U. S. Highway 60, but nine and a half hours motoring over scenic oiled highway from Los Angeles and two and a half hours from the Grand Canyon. Where the East meets the West and Calls it GOOD! See ancient prehistoric cities, cliff dwellings, Montezuma Castle, Montezuma Well, Tuzigoot Ruin and the marvelous Smoki Public and Sharlot M. Hall Museums. Vavapai is the great country of out-door life . . . Resorts and guest ranches are found throughout its domain. Vast ranches and ranges, interesting farms and huge mineral deposits, make Prescott and Yava- pai attractive. 11--1 1 -nn lu nl l 2 ' f .L .Bn 4 Looking across the Hassayampa Basin. Annually on the second Sunday in June, the Smoki People hold their ceremonials and snake dance. 224 , , ,...., ,fn . , Y . , 3 - W... Here is the coun- try of Outdoor Life! Here may be enjoyed all forms of outdoor exercise and relaxa- tion during the year- round. A paradise for children as well as grownups- -where the cool pine breezes blow, with natural air cooled sunshine, and nature is at her best. Granite Dells, Arizonafs most beautiful recreational and resort area. Near Prescott, Arizona, twelve miles of unexcelled scenic grandeur with boating, swimming, fishing, picniclzing, make the Dells famous the world over. Out where the West Remains-in the Land of Romance, that's Prescott, the 'CI-Iome of the Srnoki People, the Jewel of the Moulmtains and the Cowboy Capital of the World." Two nationally known events are held annually at Prescott: June 14th, the weird, fascinating dances and ceremonies of the Smoki People. july 2, 3, 4 and Sth, the oldest and best Cowboy Contests in America. YAVAPAI COUNTY CHAMBER OE COMMERCE PRESCOTT, ARIZONA 161 North 6th Ave at Alameda Tucson i gi, GI GER ROGERS .1 ,- s-:HWJ:SU?f2'?'2:fkfh r'T:i.--'-'JTIZ , Hey, You Wildcats Dodge is the beauty winner of 1936 and the best balanced car in America QNot alone Arizonal. "Roll of Honor Service" : 547 Charvoz Motors, Inc. Dodge-Plymouth Distributors Roland Starnbauqh Che plays with iirei. David Hoyt Che hunts horses on dark election niqhtsi. Ric Richards CWhat does your mother call you, lra?D Favorite People: Ad intiniturn. S. A. l. We Wish to insert here our due apology to S. A. l. tor the most unfortunate incident that occur- red While We were formulating 4BERK'S Where W ell Dressed Women Shop 16 N. Stone Ave. TUCSON ARIZONA THE GRAND CAFE "The Best in the Southwest" Offers the Finest Dinners in America., expertly cooked and elegantly S61TGdLF1'0'Sl1 Sen Foods .Daily at Fezitui-0-Ladies invited to patronize the MAGNIFICENT BUFFET Reflecting' :ln Atmosphere of Refinement- Dnnuo Music from 6:30 till Midnight. M odemte Prices Prevail-Buffet Business Luncheons-Cuisine' Une:-zeelled-Dancing EL FOHil3lll'C-S011lZllWC'SlZ,S Finest Dinner Music- Arizona's Pioneer of Fine' Restaurants 226 Built on a Foundation of Value and Service 9,15 The Uwl Drug Co. Fifth and Congress Where Spending is a Saving Tucson Arizona Always at Your SERVICE A Complete McKesson Drug Store With Prescription Specialists, Sanitary Fountain and Toilet Specialties I I JOHNSON'S DRUG STORE SPEEDWAY AT PARK their page oi the Desert. lust a little mix-up regarding a pic- ture: the ladies again resort to the prerogative oi the unfair sex. Come, now, is she a member, or isn't she? NUTS TO HUGH Starting from a foolish Flaccus story, Nuts to Hugh made mighty loid for glory. Always Written in the oddest places, Insanity remained its only basis. 227 The First Methodist Episcopal Church and Wesley Foundation , Corner of North Park Avenue and East Fourth Street "ACROSS FROM THE CAMPUS" RECTER W. JOHNSON, Pastor MARY J. RYAN, Director of Student Activitie Students find n real church home here I Our Covers Were Manufactured at 2857 No. Western Ave. Chicago, Ill. Through S A M B A B C O C K Weslern Representative 411 E. 91st St. Los Angeles, Calif. The DAVID J. MOLLOY PLANT I I if MENTION THE "DESERT" WHEN YOU BUY if - - - Madman Landish 'killed himself' Always Ask For Composmqw 7 Other Sourolouqhs did the same 0 S bv Postw- Thousands of directors tried to run it, ET P ODUCTS PROTECTED 3 VITAL WAYS-- 1 U. S. Graded Meat 2 Refrigerated Delivery 3 U. S. Gov't inspection To REKS A 1002 Arizona industry But qravy was the bee Within each bonnet, And when the gravy boat re- fused to show up, Each manager in turn the job would throw up. The chorus Cwithout voice or leq for dancinqb Helped speed the end by qam- bols most entrancinq. Then Oscar, with his many Wild ideas, 228 Remember Us COCA COLA AND BIG CHIEF Finest Drinks on Earth Distributors of Budweiser "KING OF BEERSH Drop around and inspect our plant. You will know then why we are the leading thirst quenchers in Arizona. o Crystal Coca Cola Bottling Co. GEO. MARTIN, Pres. Phone 642 113 N. Sixth Ave. TUCSON, ARIZONA Changed cheers quite neatly in- to tears and jeers. BUT Flaccus finally cinched the situation And saved the day, as Well as reputation. When loig-shots all in solemn conclave sat To claim that that was this and this was that, Friend Flaccus broached the matter of the ending. l-lis scene Che clairnedl was mov- ing-nay, heart-rending. 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'iz-:-: :1:-: z . -I 4 f f f'WfEf??'?,Ez11 , , "f " f f 1 f f 1 f 'f f - ' ' , , 4 -: 1 g:-1 . 1-Q r:1:r:5:g1:1:'1:::55:2:g:g:5:,, , :v:r:5E5:3:5.5:2-1 f.'f.'f 4 1 ' r- - -4552" - :4:2-:-:4:,.. - ' " :-:- 4:-1-:-:-:-1-.4. . ,, f K x :g:g:5:g:5::- '-" '- f " Y , - ' . .+' : : ' -' 3424- , . .,.3.,:-.,'35:,:, 511555. lj-:I -- 1 O O Sundt Construction Co. 9 GENEIZQ AMERSQE' Box 2244 Tucson, Arizona J. S. Sundt, Manager 230 The library lawn, scene of the late Scabbard and Blade fiasco, sees many a sgualling babe go home in tears. What's the use of subjugating halt the campus to that messy sojourn under the trees, leaving the rest to mourn their glasses or their warts? lt isn't fair. And while we're on tiascos, we might consider the late political campaign ot Tom Conroy. There was insubordin- ation in camp, and the political machinery almost got out oi hand. But those who hear all, see all, and say nothing, didn't seem to notice. If they did, there Try Alfredo's University Special at the CDRDIAN CAFE fDice Tricks a Specialty, NOGALES, SONORA A Everybody Welcome ALFREDO NUNA, Prop. AMERICAN KITCHEN 33 NORTH CENTRAL AVE., PHOENIX l,'hou11ix's Oldest :ind Bust Known Clilifil. Sante Location-Sa-lne Mzu1:1.gci1nc11t-foi' over IL Qunrtel' of 21 Century American and Chinese Dishes Served at Lowest Possible Prices Consistent With the Best the Market Affords Our' Kitchen Open for Inspection at All Times Our Merchant's Lunch 40c 11 A. M. to 3 P. M. WE NEVER CLOSE Play -:- Loaf at Tommy's Varsity Shop The New "Dooley's" was little they could do about it. The rest of the campus, like dumb little sheep, played follow the leader and leaped the ob- s t a c l e s regardless oi what MIGHT have happened. And while we're on politics, let's talk about Disraeli Morrison. Sweetness and light! There isn't anything much to say past the little added touch of a SHEEP new deal. Publicity hounds are getting on our nerves. All we do is dodge 231 Catering to House and University Business MILK - CREAM BUTTERMILK - COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTER - EGGS ICE CREAM WW- wi 'tl"M i ,fl OA SU E E IRY Phone 1805 behind trees and near-by bush- es all day long. It it isn't Alpha Phi Omega seeking recognition, it's the Wornen's athletic depart- ment. As soon as We get them calmed down and put to bed, Fred Enke starts stalling, shout- ing, and yelling that his little boys are not getting the treat- ment they deserve in the basket- ball layouts. We prove conclu- sively that our Way ot looking at things will be much better, and then the sports editor, to the tune of Tex Oliver, starts kicking over the traces. No cooperation, no peace, no love lost. P. O. Box 1630 WYATT'S BOOK STORE Books Stationery Novelties o Everything for the Student o 48 E. Congress St. Phone 9 TUCSON, ARIZONA 902243-:Wyman 72c'znitu'ze go. FRANK E. COLES, President W. R. SHEARMAN, Manager Tucson Store TUCSON PHOENIX 537 N. 6th Ave. lst and Adams 232 Compliments of Monte Mansfield YOUR TUCSON FORD DEALER FOR 22 YEARS The Corbett Company has had a promi- nent part in the erection of many of Arizona's greatest buildings-including those on the campus of the University of Arizona. O J. Knox Corbett Lumber and Hardware Co. North 6th Avenue at 7th Phone 2140 And anyway, what do all the little scholarship football heroes do to earn their board and room? Cl-IEW PEANUTSI The Publicity Bureau deserves some comment, but We are speechless. With some thin q like tive people Working in the department, We never get our names in tabloids, Big news stories are suppressed or over- looked, While the Desert Queens picture is released too soon and breaks our little editor's heart, 233 and our little business mana- ger's pocketbook. Names are left out, dates misspelled, and not a word of Dr. Perkins. What kind of newspaper service is this? The baseball diamondeers will soon be seen in their new pastel pink and blue shorts, and we're expecting them to carry para- sols, too. All this is the result of the assiduous efforts on the part of one self-made manager to the Friendship- An Integral Part of Our Success We would like to say more, but the only thing we can think of now is THANKS and we'll see you next year. A stone Fon MEN AND womsn sa-E-conanzss PHONE 47 Compliments of il. l V , ll' ' 'lilly f . The Pmneer. Tucson - - - ARlzoNA "Southern Arizonats Best" effect of no swearing. Not even a weak little darn is allowed or said bad-boy is up to his neck in hallelujahs. But murder will out. We heard the other day that one of the so-called profes- sors in that department used to play on a colored baseball team. What now, little man, what now? With a certain professor and his beard and spats out of circula- tion, things are beginning to look up for Blue Key. Maybe some of 234, Compliments of HOME ICE AND COAL CO. I PHONE 34 Yellow ICE Trucks Compliments of L A N C E ' S Cate and Buffet Dining-Dancing Sth and Congress the little boys will make those 'ones' that used to be alloted only to the fair blond on the front seat. lt isn't much fun to look at the stars on dark nights anymore for the fair sex-or is it? The Sigma Chis seeking a phone booth after pulling theirs off the Wall in the grass-skirt lorawl held the other night. With patrol leaders and black Wagons tear- ing up and down the avenue, With dopey point-ammasser in- tramuralers climbing the stairs, the Whole house stayed up into the Wee hours. What's more- Who helped the girl friends up the back stairs after hours? FAMOUS CAMPUS CUT-UPS: Humanities Building-it Would- n't house the humanities class until they ilunked out enough. Museum Building-the sidewalk is cracking already. Compliments of T. ED. LI'Ii'I: Q PHARMACY THE SHOPPING CENTER OF TUCSON 1 deanfe 5 87-93 EAST CONGRESS STREET Department Stores, Inc. 1896 1935 Women's Building-it looks like A Home Ownmg Store I CI Ware house' Supporting Arizona Institutions for 40 Years 235 Compliments of Roy Place ARCHITECT Where Watches and Jewelry Are Purchased by Those Who Appreciate Finer Things Greenwald 8: Adams JEWELERS 60 E. Congress St. Owned and Uperated by Pioneer Tucsonians It's From GoldWater's "The Best fllwayf' IS A BOAST As Well As An Explanation of Good Taste 31 North First St. Phoenix, Ariona Would to heaven some kindly angel would come down to dump all oi the polo players in the sand pits. Supercilious mus- tachios and stiff loacks go with their big heads. lf We spent our time tearing around on horses, it Wouldn't be our heads that would grow. Comments on the Commons: Are they still putting Potassium Ni- trate in the gravy? The cock- roach situation is multiplying. 236 Congratulations University ol Arizo and Class of 'I936 nd TUCSON GAS ELECTRIC LIGHT 84 POWER CO. NATURAL GAS ELECTRICITY BUS SERVICE INSTANTLY FROZEN Elite ICE CREAM Phone 931 Dry Cleaning of Distinction VARSITY CLEANERS TUCSON, ARIZONA Il 142 921E3dS But We do think the place is im- proving: the nutrition majors are paying to be allowed to work there. Girls who perceive Mer1's faults with clarity Seldom achieve Great popularity. You kissed and told, But thats all right. The man you told Called up last night. 237 Entrance to the Original The Original Mexican mm' Italian Restaurant and Buffet 271 North Stone Dine, Dance and Wine Beneath the Stars In Tucson's Only OPEN AIR CAF E Phone 1753-W r., Dining Patio LOUIS J. McALISTER, Proprietor The University Drug Store 'CON THE SQUARE" A Appreoiates Your Past Patronage and Looks Forward to Your Future Business lt seems a shame that the con- struction on the campus should be accompanied by so much destruction. The best factors, things, or articals that are des- troyed, include: good disposi- tions, senses of humor, and shoes. The vocabularies of those living on First street are increas- ed beyond measure. lt isn't much iun climbing over piles of dirt, sand, and gravel While try- ing to make a 7:40 class at 7:39. We feel that if the University would collect a percentage on the gain of the profit acquired by the shoe companies this year, MUSIC . . . ir if RYTHYM . . . JIMMY GRIFFITH His Orchestra ak uk ir ul' Phone 1984-R Reasonable Price 239 Mulcahy Lumber Co. Dependable Building Materials Lumber - Roofing - Sash 85 Doors - Hardware Paints - Wholesale and Retail - Muresco USE MORE PAINT 501 WEST CONGRESS TUCSON, ARIZONA FULLER PAINTS N 7134 N- Elfclid They last ext oor Geronimo Hotel Keevif P AINTED Os3iUi'.::eR1.i.2R and you keep it new EUCLID AVENUE PAINTS-VARNISHES-GLASS CAFETERIA PIONEER WHITE LEAD WALLPAPER-LACQUERS PICNIC LUNCHES PARTY oRDERs s W. P. FULLER sf Co. 0 S . 219 E. congress Phone 2278 'Jr mme' Spemls ihey could diiord to build us or porth. The new buildings oznd the ddded Wgll ground the com- pus bedrs CI unhidden irggedy. The old short cuts to the Aggie building cmd to Qld Main ore lost! "Those Pi Phis ore trying to steol our doll," wcis the Kgppd cry to Pon-l-lell di 2nd semester rush meetings. They fought like two litile girls over o 5 cent dolly. And Why did this dolly crwcrke 'tho rest oi the Greek World from the usucrl deep sleep to try to setile dn impossible case? lllfm' lllllllllllllmli l:1iawru,','4iAll 'lui llillnlllll 1ll'llHlll ,.lll 1 11 511 U Yrliiilllliiiisiiiiiil lil lu l I SWB mmm 1 f',, VV ein- ,gl Avg.: ill 'i Wil . i 'I'r,L.'., , li ' Mi11'3ilg' ' Qa!lifgrA'rFliIIIlI limi! ff ij Till if llllllm ff STEINFELIYS Established 1854 TUCSON ARIZONA Buy With Confidence-Own With Pride 240 POEM !By one who Was not decorated! ln the Library lobby l lurk What peril undreamed ot awaits me? This ordeal tain would l shirk. Be still, my heart! The first 20 steps are the worst. My coward knees tremble and tail me. Retreat now l would it l durst. Be still, my heart! the student's rendezvous- The VARSITY INN SCRAP ROBERTS Propnetor and Owner' University Square ORDER YOURS FROM THE CAMPUS GRILL The Brightest Spot on the Campus Serving None-Nicer Dairy Products O Phone 260 Meet Wle At CLIFF 'S BUNGALOW After That Last Exam 59 N. SCOTT PHONE 1296 Are the thundering hoots draw- ing near? Oh, Lord! ls my lipstick on crook- ed? l know that the gallery will jeer. Be still, my heart! lt he's coming, l wish he'd be quick. One glance-not a person be- hind me! Something tells me l'm going to be sick. God Damn lt! -l. Phillup A. Column 241 Prescott Boosters ...and... "Desert" Sponsors o The 1936 Desert Wishes to express its apprecia- tion to the following Prescott, Arizona, firms: THE BASHFORD-BURMISTER CO. THE BANK OF ARIZONA SAM HILL HARDWARE CO. PIGGLY WIGGLY BLOUNT 8: SCOTT ENSMINGER'S PHARMACY BUNGALOW GRILL . ERNE T LIR Patronzze the S O A H D E S E R T H THE GREEN FROG ' VYNE BROS. ELECTRIC co. Advertisers FLOYD WILLIAMS AUTO co. The campus has nectr forgotten the "lady in red." li it were not for her unique glgrrn-clock, this choice bit would not have been written. But every morning gt 6 P. X. ct rngle figure stgnds out- side the Ggrnrng Phi bgstile with the loving words oi "Billie bgby, Billie bgby, get up, Billie bgbyf' We judge from this that the Germ- mg Phis gre out for bigger gnd better czlgrrn clocks. There is ct small department housed by the College of Agri- culture. Nutrition, gigs! is un- GUS TAYLOR'S Quality Apparel for Ladies - Children - Infants Nothing permanent in style- But always in good taste NUWY C L E A N E R S Uptown Office: E. 6th St. Office: 125 N. 6th Ave. 1020 E. 6th St. Phone 833 Phone 2190 Plant and -Main Office: 34 So. Park Ave. Phone 2424 242 Phone 369 City Laundry Company ESTABLISHED 1915 Try Our Dry Cleaning Service It's Complete "Arizona's Leading Jewelers" DANIEL' S JEWELRY oo. Tucson - Phoenix PIAL ES TA TE INS UPA NCE QBIEQAQ WEST QEMPANOV EXPERT OPERATORS PHONE 2044 , '5 , 'IQXIVICI C-l1j0ClIllfI,' 0jIOf7 HOTEL GERONIMO 734 N. EUCLID TUCSON, ARIZONA WESTERN BOOT CO. TUCSON, ARIZONA Custom-malle to your measure. Fancy im- ported and domestic leathers. Quality, work- manship, and materials with a class of style and designs zmexcellerl. Catalog on request. A7 -my known by the rest of this plea- sure-mad institutional inhabi- tant. These girls take courses with iunny names and groan about the work they have to olo. Do you know any oi them? lt you do, we hail you as the great- est oletective of all time. English majors, English .majors everywhere! We woncler where they all come from. Or are we seeing double? They are the biggest bunch oi cranks on the campus. They think Chaucer's and Shakes1oeare's works are 243 i I N First Baptist Church R. S. BEAL, Pastor Corner North 6th Avenue and East 5th Street "Noted for its young people" A Welcome to All 1500 Free Seats THE CASLON PRESS CHAS, H. STEWART Printing-Stationery Dance Programs and Greeting Cards for All Occasions 39 E. BROADWAY Telephone 897 Tucson, Arizona Uhr Arizona Eailg Starr V Southern Alrizovzds Only 7-day-cz-week NEWSpaper wonderful, but it you happen at any time to come forth with "you was," they throw you out in the streets. No wonder Milton wrote "Paradise Lost." tor the next springs fight. This is getting worse and worse. Even our grammar can't read it. While we're still here, we know a little dirt about Monte Mansfield resorting to railroad tickets and hotel bills for a part- ner to his house dance. Draw your own conclusions. We've got to go ilunk out of school. HAL BURNS lr o F orlst O Phone 107 15 N. Stone TUCSON ARIZONA Ed Moore's P1RATE's oovn Pennington and Scott 244 Q e y e 'z pkotoftapket-I936 pedett Delta Pi Sigma ,,........,,.. Alpha Chi Omega .... Alpha Epsilon ........ Alpha Kappa Psi .,...... Alpha Phi ,....,....,.,........... Alpha Tau Omega ,,...,. Alpha Zeta ...,,,.....,......,.,,........,...,,....... . Dean A. O. Anderson ..,.......,....... ....,.... American Society of Civil Engineers . Arizona Hall .................,......,....,.,....... . Assembly Committee ,............. Associated Students ......, ............ Associated Women Students .. Baseball .......,,..................,..,.......,.... .... Basketball .,.......,.,, Beta Kappa .,,..,..,....., Blue Key ..,........,.......... Board of Control ,..,..., Board of Directors ....,.t. Board of Publications Board of Regents ...,.. Bobcats ..........i.......Y....,....v.,. Boxing and Wrestling ........ Dean E. J. Brown .......... Dean P. S. Burgess ..... Dean G. M. Butler ..,..... Cadet Officers ............ Chain Gang .........,.., Cheer Leaders .. Chi Omega .... Cholla ............................ Dean J. W. Clarson Coaches .,,.......,.,,....,.,................... Cochise Hall .....................,,................, Estelle Collins, best sports girl Concert Band ..... ....,.,..,............,... , Mary Cox, Qu-:en attendant ........ . Delta Chi .,............................,.... Delta Sigma Lambda ...... Delta Sigma Gamma ..., Desert ...............,..... .....,.... ,,,.,.,,,,. ,.,, Desert Riders ........,,......,.....,...,.,..... , Helen Doyle, Queen attendant D-:an S. M. Fegtly ..................., Football ........................,,... .........., ..., Forensics ..,..,....,...,.... Freshmen .......... .. F. S. T. ...............,,............., . Gamma Phi Beta .............,.,. J. P. Herndon, comptroller Hammer and Coffin ..,....,...,.. Inter-Fraternity Council ..... Inter-Hall Council ............ Intramural Sports .........., Dean E. YV. Jones ..... . Juniors ....,,.....,...., ,......... . Kappa Alpha Theta ...,.. Kappa Kappa Gamma ..... Kappa Kappa Psi .......... Kappa Omicron Phi ,,,,.. Kappa Sigma ,.... ..... Kitty Kat ....,.,. .glidlel 140 172 173 141 148 174 16 204 164 23 18 22 74- 76 70- 72 149 175 19 13 20 12 176 85 16 15 14 106 177 60 142 209 14 59 165 91 134 111 150 151 178 151 98- 99 179 118 14 62- 68 135 57 180 144 11 181 139 162 86- 88 10 52- 53 145 146 182 183 152 100-101 Dean R. J. Leonard .....,, 15 C. Z. Lesher, Registrar 11 Edith McMahon, Queen 110 Maricopa Hall ..,.......,..,. . 166 Men's A Club ,,.,...,..,.., 170 Men's Glee Club .......,.. 132 Governor B. B. Moeur ......... 10 Mortar Board .......,....,.......,.,. .... 1 84 National Collegiate Players ......,. 185 Dean A. H. Otis .,............,,.,...... 10 Outstanding Hall Students ,,,, 163 Pan-Hellenic Council .4,,,,,,,, ,A,A,,A Personalities ..., ..... . Phi Phi Alpha Delta ..,.....,, Beta Kappa Phi Delta Kappa .. Phi Delta Phi ..,,..,... Phi Delta Theta .,..,,.... Phi Gamma Delta Phi Kappa Phi ..,..... Phi Lambda Upsilon Phi Mu Alpha ...,.... P1 Beta Phi ,,,......,..., Pi Kappa Alpha ...... Pi Lambda Theta .. 138 114-115 186 190 191 187 153 154 193 188 189 147 155 192 167 Pima Hall .... Pi Nu Alpha ...,. 194 Plays ...,........ ..... 1 30-131 Polo ..................... 82- 83 Post Graduates .,..,.,. 49 Rattlers ..,,.,,.....,,..... 196 Rifle Team ....,.....,..... 107 Dean E. R. Ri-esen ...... 15 Scabbard and Blade ,.., 108 Seniors ..,......,....,..,,.,.... 27- 48 Dr. H. L. Shantz ..........,.. 11 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 156 Sigma Alpha Iota ...,,,,. 197 Sigma Chi ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,A 151 Sigma Delta Pi .... 198 Sigma Nu ..........,.,.,,.. 158 Snapshots .... ..,,..............., ...... 1 1 7-128 Social Life Committee ......... 25 Sophos ................,......,................., 199 E. Steichen, selector of queen .... 113 Student Body Secretaries ..,t.... 21 Student Forum ,......,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 205 Tau Beta Pi .,.. . ,, 200 Tennis ,.,,, ,.,,,,,, ,.,,,,, , , , 84 Theta Tau ...................... ..,,.. 2 01 Track ...,.....,................,.....,.... ...... 7 8- 80 Traditions Committee ......,.... 24 Assistant Dean H. Turner ....... 16 Underclassmen ..,....,,.......,.,.... 55 University Players ....,. 206 Varsity Villagers ........ ......, 2 07 Wildcat ,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,......,....... ..,... 1 02-103 1Vomen's Press Club ..,... 195 Women's A Club .............. ....... 1 71 Women's Glee Club .........,.... .,.. . .. 133 Women's Athletic Association ...... ..,,.. 8 9- 95 Wranglers ..,............... ...,........... . .. 202 Zeta Beta Tau .,,,... 159 246 lf you don't like this book, don't tell us. lf you find fifty million mistakes, remember, we tried hard. lf We all flunk out of school, don't blame the photo- grapher, the engraver, the printer-they get the brunt of this deal anyway. lf you can't see the point in everything, it is only because We have tried to say as much as possible in little space. A Word to the Wise. This may be my dying statement, but before l pass beyond l Want to thank especially lack Cannicott and Ray Brenan of the COMMER- CIAL ART AND ENC-RAVING COMPANY. They have given much time and energy in help- ing my scatter-brained ideas find their homes in this book. l shall disdain and overlook the members of my staff who sluffed on the job. To those Who have really Worked, l give my heartiest thanks. And thanks especially to: Robert Voris, Robert Clark, Bob Roy Moore, loe Ahee, Christine Moss, and Agnes McMichael. Good bye, good luck, and l hope you had a nice time. l didn't. fafe' 1444411


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