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E J K . . 3 , 3 I Xv' 1 1- , xi-n :af 93.1 ,V K . '. il? IN' ui? ' -A. i. if clministration Page 10 DR. ALFRED ATKINSON, President of the University IN CHARGE of directing all University policies is Dr. Alfred Atkinson, president of the University of Arizona. Since Dr. Atkinson took over his of- lice as president ia 1937, he has supervised many campus improvements and has been active in promoting new projects and programs of education. Presi- dent Atkinson has willingly cooperated with students and the faculty to strengthen and thus maintain Arizona's growing reputation as an outstanding state university. In addition, he has supervised the difficult phase of the transi- tion of Arizona as a wartime university to its normal peacetime status. The President and . . . THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA has been under the jurisdiction of the new Board of Regents of the university and state colleges of Arizona since last Iune. At this time the separate boards of regents of the University of Arizona, the State Teach- ers' College at Tempe and F lagstalf respectively were combined into a joint board. An executive committee of three members was set up by the regents for each institution, which replaced the old buildings and grounds committee of the university board. These three groups are set up to deal with the problems of the individual institutions, and their problems are then submitted to the full Board of Regents. Members of the committee for the University of Arizona are lack Martin, Cleon T. Knapp, and C. E. Houston- The Board of Regents also named three members for committees on finance, education, and agriculture- Mr. lack Martin is now serving as President of the Board. THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY AND STATE COLLEGES OF ARIZONA includes: STANDING, Dr. T. 0. Bell- wood, Flagstaifg Dr. Grady Gammage, Tempeg. Dr. Alfred Atkinson, Arizona. SEATED, Mrs. Garfield Goodwin, Tempeg Lynn Laney, Phoenix, Samuel H. Morris, Globe, E. D. Ring, Phoenix, W. R. Ellsworth, Mesag Cleon T. Knapp, Tucsong Gov. Sidney P. Osborng Jack B. Martin, Tucsong M. 0. Best, Phoenixg Clarence E. Houston, Tucson, John M. Scott, Holbrookg Dr. Florence E. Beck, Winslowg William Stevenson, Flagstaff. Not present, Mrs. J. M. Greer, Phoenix. Drs. Bellwood, Gammage, and Atkinson are the presidents of the three state institutions of higher learning, and are not members of the Board. . . the new Beard nf Regents Page sa ss L if--ma 985.355 ESSIWKDI sw Q 'RJ H S3555 swf-' ,Q me ,na X E B M535 5 Q -mwgg aussi nys ss Q ma HQ -m v- as w 2 m f ' 'f u nm mmx mv H H K -mmm. f .H 5.- m ,ms .,. W my-,Q mn ms These are DR. J. F. WALKER Graduate the deans and DR. P. S. BURGESS Agriculture W , A, XX - Y-q......-. ' B.P. A. ' glans-A DR. R. L. NUGENT Liberal Arts Pagq 13 J. F. McKALE DR. B. E. JOHNSON M. P. VOSSKUHLER Director of Athletics Dir. School of Home Econ. Dir. Univ. Exten. Div. I IE! Ili EI' EXHIIII IVES . . . ll ll tl DR. A. H. OTIS DR. EMIL HAURY FREDERICK CROMWELL Dean of Men Dir. Ariz. State. Museum Librarian I ' as We N, . W, ,, LV ,,.-r .f 52.159 ., . VA. ,a ,.r, '- ' E. 4" -- ,., , . , WY, f - - , - ,L Aw - .- wig . W- -gf' Q1-QM ,zzflixlfixijgll ". x VT, I' K, ,ZR -Q "545U'i " " " XM A 1 , .gy A 111-5 ' K, , :wi 7 v ,- -' Q :,- ,-Q, l 35, , , was ,Q I B raw V,.f,y , W . A 1 Wu V. . .-I-L1 ,f"' '-ws. " A 'Q'f:Q.,8i6'? an 'E' .Fld-Z' JL ' ,vw 2 A ,V'4F1'. ' Afsfnf,w 1- f 4357. A U l if ,H 'QQ k f sa -1 NBR, 2.1 V x NWN as f'm , R Ftefi ' if Sf. Q my -.1.:F:, .I H -uk g,Hm, 'y-mm A LM ' I 44,51 K m .U M x ,Z .m SP3 is 33,31 'Q M. A E4. wil A Tfxibk H ,Q Xf lg X M W K, W K ,MUN H vm- ww.. 64 fm, H Q. Iggy? S '?EgQW5 Fxikffig? , VIZQV? sg 'My X QJEL ' R- 313414 ., , Ki? -A :H ? Q ., ,aw , 4 1 V! 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Slon aker, discusses the day's work with his assistant, Harry Bagnall. V THE BOARD OF CONTROL functions principally as a financial board. It allocates funds and approves the budgets of all official activities such as athletics, publications, music, the bookstore, and the fountain. It is com- posed of the executive committee of the Associated Students, one faculty member, one alumnus member, and the Graduate Manager of the Associated Students. Harry Bagnall assisted Slonaker during the first semester before the return of Charles S, Tribolet who had been in the service. I Page 19 THE STUDENT COUNCIL had the job of forming student body policies. Members for the year Were: Back row, Pete Mosier, Bebe Harris, Bill Bergman, Front row, Mary McCorkle, Ruth Marshall. Leigh Heath is not shown. Page 20 :w I .1 1 Ll 3 41: F l -E wa' r for, ff-fl -v- --' w " 7, is-P 'f f. f' 'rf lull A ll . ltd THE ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE, un- der the direction of Margie Miller, planned the Thursday assemblies for the year. The committee was composed of Shirley Ann Tucker, Helen Hoga- boom, Betty Ann Hedberg, Iim Powers, Madelyn Plant, and Margie Miller. fss.,,.x ,fx ARRANGING SOCIAL FUNC- TIONS kept the Social Committee busy this year. Members were: Back row, Fred Hunter, Margo Maffeo, Pat Porter, Ken Bairg Middle row, Bob Wilson, Miss Carlson, Ruth Marshall, Dick Good, First row, Rusty Ramsey, Betty Flake, Pete Tufts, chairman. H 77"'T'hf' -ga -Tr. ,L gm P iilTl1liilll"ll1illhl ltittllhfz , ' : A i I, ,Y Qi., 'L'. .-. .L-.,...Lt.,2i.. .AU ,ALL 41... , , - ,iii 5- M BETTY LEE KING served as chair- man of the Publicity Committee, which was responsible for getting news to the students of various campus events. Back row: Betty Lee King, lack Adams, Dave Morrison, Front row: Pat Porter, Madelyn Plant, "Miken Marshall 5 Ab- sent: Ted Eliot, Susie Iacobs, Iim Schnake. """1 IN CHARGE of enforcing the tradi- tions of the university was the Tradi- tions Committee, headed by Hal Good- man. The committee was composed of: Back row: Harry Bagnall, Hal Clement, Don Soldwedel, Pete Mosier, Ken Herman, Tom Chandler. Front row: Pete Tufts, Bob Davis, Hal Good- man, Reed Brown. MEMBERS OF the Publications Committee, whose main duty was to select the editors of the school publications, were: Standing, Ken Sharp, lack Adams, Barbara Her- man, Adalyn Lovejoy, Gilio Mat- tera, lack Milne, Betty Grove. Seated, Don E. Phillips, chairman, and A. L. Slonaker. Page 21 fl. W. 5. THE GENERAL COUNC IL of the Associated Women Students meets once e ach Week to carry back to the girls in the houses and halls all information and announcements tivities: In addition to the representatives' d . . . . uties in tabulating sign-out sheets and latenesses, they d . . . . . ecide on variousuniversity regulations of school ac and codes. The Executive Council also meets once each week to handle special disciplinary cases. A hu AmSt6Y AWS PREXY, ' Muff' REPRESENTATIVES T0 the A. VV. S. General Council: First row, Turk, Myers, McCoy, Jacobs, Smith, Kehn. Second row, Frigo, Herman, Aepli, Amster, Plant, Markham, Parker, Robertson, Gibbs. Third row, Campbell, Basom, Snyder, Joiner, Miss Carlson, Gibson, Homan, Bassett, Dykes. Page 22 V N. X MISS KAREN CARLSON, Assistant Dean of Women, serves as advisor to the Council. THE AWS LIBRARY in Maricopa Hall offers students a chance to browse for books to read in spare moments. THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL consists of Pat Aepli, Secretaryg Nancy Robertson, Vice-Presidentg "Murph" Amster, Presi- dentg Lynette Campbell, Treasurerg and Miss Carlson, Advisor. 1 i Page 23 Page 24 Hound Table AN ORGANIZATION composed of the presidents of all campus groups, Round Table meets once each month at the call of the Chairman to discuss pertinent campus problems which may affect students and faculty in the university. After discussing these problems, the group makes recommendations on its findings. Al- though Round Table has no actual voting power, it is important as a constructive group since it is the only committee which brings together the heads of all campus groups into one body. Round Table was organized in the spring of 1945 when it was felt that there was a definite need for a group such as this to discuss cam us uestions and to resent their decisions to the universit . It was active in revisin . P 91 . . P . . Y . . 3 the Associated Student constitution an idea which was resented in the latform of one of the Johtxcal . t . . P P . I parties last year. Round Table examined the old constitution and then made recommendations for correc- tions, changes, and additions. Members for the year Were: Standing, Bob Davis, Ernie Oldham, Peggy Andrews, Marge Miller, Betty Bannon, Bill Kalt. Seated, Ianice Bradley, Billie Naylor, Rayma Babbitt, "Murph" Amster, Barbara Herman, Aline Kinnison, "Tootie" McIntyre. sm fa ss mam M ss max hm a miami wassam nm M., -Q.'n .w.x ,.x A. I-Y. I A !' I 1 u I' I ' I H R f ' .J ... :2:af2a.x:2:..:.:.: .:. ix? , 5"""'N" : :.... .:.:.: 1.:::: ' MAPK ' ::i1fage'rs. . 51- wg, .... si. swam -as mania? Mamiya '.u,,,-fi QQ: awww NM 'fm gm?-E: vs.-Q, .V , . E . 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It consisted of Pete Tufts, Dave Morrison, Bebe Harris, Gilio Mattera, Faye Plunkett, Ted Eliot, "Happy" Millar, Boyd Finch, and John Garbaczewski, ,.-.. -.,., V 'ff H wa my , liv' it ET" 7' QF "PLEASE step to one of the booths to vote." E CONCENTRATION is going into this vote. Page 29 4 Q 1- --- ---- -V+ 4 W, wa V , , . -X L - . -. H EE 1 - . gs -1 E: ' ,. - ': li , I xt iw ,S ia! R , 3 - pm. -J. , ,mx mga max . a :a:E:.. :.: x yi vi -,N Y ww! - -N, 1-W , 4 .:,.:::E::: "f my h- f--, . ' -9 ' . . - ' E is .sf f-'f mah -45. is- wffjflf . , 53. -if - A I. ,, , 1 xv 4, ,f s 4 J ' ' -'W 9 a I 4,3 , I ' 5 ' ' 2 W - Y f , f' 1 i ' X 4'-Nia, I-753' NX ' Q . JJ" " 421 f an EN ' In ' ' . 1 I ' A , X Q. . ff ' w ,Un , . , FW : ' .-,fjgfff gf- W ,,a1,fff - 1 ,J K 'JW' gf! my 2' .... .. ...,. . .J Q.-if nf, ' -------- . .,,., . J J if M x 'N ,fx 'inf 1. Xif I'-P Q , s"'- .f 1:35 X . . A., vb.: ax , N ' x ' -- H-'wwf , .' 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Tvs as given a helping hand by ,tr or r"q.K,w N Perplexed? Th Oh! e dean will s But this was Those registration blanks. just the beginn ee you in a minute." ing. i- , 1 5 .--, 1, X. .K X 1 'ill ,,..M-A E -s 5-ss H ...A-if g Y 772 49 awww 991 -09' 3. ia: ,- '- irii - x fm a ,sg Q Eihman gala if iii QL 'I' "WRt61 water everywhere, but not a drop to drink." Let's pass that bucket fast, boys. One might think they were having' a side ga me of tennis. -i YS W Page 38 E13 aff 5? H Q 5 WE EE mmm . . av,.:1' a JANICE BRADLEY, efficient Vice-President. Capable BILL KALT led the class. Secretary was busy LYLE MORRISON. Smiling JIM GRANTMAN was Treasurer. Page 39 Page 40 Relaxing between classes. "How about a push?" Spur Mixer "Let's have a. coke." OIT to Hu manities! Page 41 Home W me Juniors 'r 1 "1 1 df ! Pi 4 abit qt ar PEGGY ANDREWS, Secretary Finger in ev ery ple. flu cv.- nt. -..Q 14+ ,. 'fanlvm--,, mpgs:-. 'Hatha A' f-Q-vvw Pr-5014, 'dig JIM POWERS, President The campus Hamlet. MADELYN PLANT, Treasurer You saw her everywhere. as QQ W , . . " -I?5'fg,3 , 4 A, C3 -V- S I A U mdsff' Q 32 f ily fa is , es e 3353 .. -NANCY CHRISTOPHER, Vice-President Personality plus. Page 43 'N A an mmm wasnt E BEER WM, H Q W W I K W' if A in j KLM zz XB E915 H? YL .mn ox mx BM S brain A sm ga- ,Ages 'K B35 Last minute cramming. si WHA- . -Q. I E 5- Comparmg' notes w 9 arette. Intermission with a c-g san 'mn .f Q1 . mn nm mms nm A121 vs iw xo wa .Aa ,- ns wan 1 1 ,mn 1 'W -5, mm., Page 44 Sajzurday morning lab. Studymg ln the sun., mm ss, Bridge takes over. Sf, mn ',Q M, Wah, m ' Wiz Q m B rwwaw' an am gs M 'w my M ss 1 nz. mu, K -n WMS. -.2 WL mwsw ss mn nav., Q. an Readmg Keogh s column Pg 46 xx ' + "' A L - 'f ' - 1 l" f A1 K' w 4 W: E g. , , ' w V. 2 4 V gf HHH euimf'-5 - READING OVERSTREET President SHIRLEY MUNDAY Co-Secretary TOOTIE McINTYRE Treasurer DON SOLDWEDEL Vice-President ., Mm' .., .Qi 8? 5 5 :gg Q L l.: .:. - K ,sw ...f ,S .. Mrswwixf. in H-:E E , my ,v iygw fe :Fxwmsf Kussesm H s ,H - sw.-m ' sms E as w ,355 M RGSEMARY GRIFFITH Co-Secretary LEW DONAHUE Blue Key's President VIRGINIA CROSBY Desert Queen Candidate, 14 Page 48 .W EQ r 3 N511 'K 'x uf si? H, . - .lkyfipf .-. 2 .- E- 55 ' H11 NMS? 2 1 -- 47?L1f.-Ai-,' N, . cs' A 4g'1,.w,.ff,:5S:13:f4.,, sf ,.,, .3,q5flxQ., ',:5:.5fg eq.-ri wx , '5f '.'f- -H 'Digg '5 'm .A-,S-Sa 'A N. iQ JOBY ERICHSEN Putter's President Hemenlherq HELEN SMITH ' "Wildcat" Columnist Y em 1 HAL CLEMENT "Bobcat" ALFONSO OLAECHEA I-Ie hails from Peru these. DON SOLDWEDEL Future Tucson businessman wf'5i?:':. 4 .. P-H msn- am f., . U 1 X H , 22,85 ' ' Sy VI 0'I-IACO From out Wickenburg way "BARS" 0'DOWD She's a Red Cross worker MAX STROM Treasurer of Interfraternity Council Page 49 THE CLASS QF NINETEEN FQRTY-SIX icky Adams etroit, Mich. iberal Arts Betty Bannon Davenport, Iowa Liberal Arts '?"" Julian R. Aguilu Island Park, N.Y. Agriculture Nell Barmes Casa Grande Education Elizabeth C. Alexander Glendale, Ariz. Liberal Arts Florence Baum , Ariz. Claremont, Calif. Liberal Arts George H. Alexander Hibbing, Minn. ' B.P.A. Dick G. Bean Roswell, N.M. Law S?-'ff af' -cv Mary Faye Amster Phoenix, Ariz. Liberal Arts Frances Beck Tucson, Ariz. B.P.A. John W. Anthony A Tucson, Ariz. Liberal Arts Margaret A. Becker Springerville, Ariz. Education o :-af rs loan Blaney Susan Blue Joyce Borish Ruth Born Mildred E. Borodkin lioenix, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Brooklyn, N.Y. Prescott, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. ducation Liberal Arts Education Education Liberal Arts Glenna L. Brindley Barbara Brookfield Nancy Brown Margaret Brumbaugh Barbara Buckley Toledo, Ohio Kansas City, Mo. Park Ridge, Ill. Phoenix, Ariz. Beatrice, Neb. Liberal Arts Education Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Agriculture tffffhfafs, ' -dak AN M igiefiasas ...gf Lynn Bowen St. Joseph, Mo. Liberal Arts Ruth Buehrer Tucson, Ariz. Liberal Arts Rayma Babbitt Flagstaff, Ariz. Liberal Arts Elizabeth M. Binner Chandler, Ariz. Liberal ArtS fs- James D. Bridwell Tucson, Ariz. B.P.A. Jo Sayle Bunting Artesia. N.M. Agriculture Page 51 Lael Carlton Casa Grande, Ariz. Education Kathleen Cogley Great Falls, Mont, Liberal Arts Virginia E. Carson Milwaukee, Wis. Liberal Arts Caroline Combs Clifton, Ariz. B.P.A. Jean B. Cassat Dubuque, Iowa Liberal Arts Mary J. Conner Seattle, Wash. Agl'iCll1tLlI'E Dnrabel D. Daley Florence, Ariz. Agriculture Caroline Draves Milwaukee, Wis. Fine Arts Page 52 Sally Darnell Douglas, Ariz. Education Patricia A. Durkin Yuma, Ariz. Liberal Arts Helen M. Davio Royal Oak, Mich. Liberal Arts Alfred H. Eaton Tucson, Ariz. Liberal Arts Frances Chamberlin Chicago, Ill. Fine Arts Lois P. Corcoran Orlando, Fla. Liberal Arts Luther Davis Tucson, Ariz. B.P.A. Helen M. Edwards Tucson, Ariz. Education Dan Chavez Tucson, Ariz. Agriculture lVilma Jean Crane Bloomington, Ind. Liberal Arts i,-if ily 4' Goldie Don Tucson, Ariz. Agriculture Othello M. 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Liberal Arts Lucyanna Graves Tucson, Ariz. Education Jeanie Hamm Mesa, Ariz. Education Janet Green Ajo, Ariz. Agriculture Lucille Hansen Tucson, Ariz. Education R. S. Faubion Kansas City, Mo. B.P.A. Harold E. Gerdin Tucson, Ariz. Engineering is 15'-' l ROS8l'YlEl.l'y Griffith Globe, Ariz. Education Alice Hanson Tucson, Ariz. Education Gerrie Fergus Casa Grande, Ariz Agriculture Ellanay Gibson Tucson, Ariz. B.P.A. Betty K. Grove Tucson, Ariz. Liberal Arts Amy S. Harris El Paso. Texas Liberal Arts Page 53 Beverly Harris Harriet Harrison TUCSON. Ariz. Kansas City, Mo. Liberal Arts Fine Arts Helen A. Hogaboom Jean Homan Glendale, Calif. Kansas City, Mo Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Judith Harrison Kansas City, Mo. Liberal Arts 'Joan B. Hudson Tucson, Ariz. B.P.A. Preston J. Heinle Clarkdale, Ariz. Liberal Arts Bruce Irwin Quincy, Ill. Liberal Arts .-J Florence R. Junkin Phoenix, Ariz. Liberal Arts Betty Lammers St. Joseph, Mo. Liberal Arts Page 54 Michael A. Hemovich Miami, Ariz. B.P.A. - Judy R. Irwin Highland Park, Ill. Liberal Arts Carolyn Hill Rock Island, Ill. Fine Arts Ruby B. James Tucson, Ariz. Education Mary Ellen Hir Glendale, Calif. Fine Arts Janis Jen Tucson, Agriculture leases' xv-Q92 NA if Grace Kelin Molly C. Kendall Leroy E. King Katherine Kluttz Henry L. Kochsmeier Williston Park, N.Y. Tombstone, Ariz. Moore, Idaho Douglas, Ariz. Casa Grande, Ariz. Liberal Arts ' Liberal Arts Fine Arts Liberal Arts Agriculture Barbara A. Larson Louise Lawrence Martha F. Leach Mary B. Leslie Alice J. Lewis Brainered, Minn. Tucson, Ariz. Royal Oak, Mich. Charlotte, N.C. Winslow, Ariz. Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Education B.P.A. i Barbara L. Kruger Julian, Calif. Fine Arts Shirley A. Lewis Raymond, Wash. Liberal Arts Sally Lounsbery Mohonk Lake, N.Y. Louise Lott Somerton, Ariz. ' Liberal Arts Education Virginia McCann Mary McCorkle Bonita, Ariz. Hollywood, Calif. Education Agriculture Adalyn Lovejoy Tucson, Ariz. B.P.A. Eloise McCoy Phoenix, Ariz. Liberal Arts Ophelia Lorona Virginia Lovett Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. B.P.A. B.P.A. Frances L. McIntyre Marian Mcliale Phoenix, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Education Education .qw Ai? gow 1265! Q' E s. fs 'YY Qwv Syd ell Marks Tucson, Ariz. Education Ann Merrill Hollywood, Calif. Liberal Arts Edi Mart Kansas City, Mo. Liberal Arts Joyce V. Merrill Phoenix, Ariz. Liberal Arts A ,f Patricia H. Mason La Jolla, Calif. Liberal Arts Sally Mewshaw Camp Polk, La. Liberal Arts ,fi Corinne Mathiesen Dorothy A. Mayne Phoenix, Ariz. Encinitas, Calif, Fine Arts B.P.A. Eleanor Mewhirter Janet Meyer Yorkville, Ill. Detroit, Mich. Liberal Arts B.P.A. Mary Ellen Mattice Mary Alice McBride Chillicothe, Ill. Fine Arts Phoenix, Ariz. Fine Arts Lou Edith McNaughton Jean MacMillan Pekin, Ill. Liberal Arts El Dorado, Ark Liberal Arts Suzanne Mead Kansas City, Mo. Liberal Arts Virginia Millar Naco, Ariz. B.P.A. Madelon Menehan Wichita, Kan. Liberal Arts Barbara Mills Prescott, Ariz. Liberal Arts Page 55 Norine W. Miover John F. Molloy Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz. Law Law Priscilla Mullins Winnetka, Ill. Liberal Arts Shirley Munday Long Beach, Calif. Fine Arts Lucille Moore Santa Monica, Calif. Liberal Arts Allen '1'. Myers Phoenix, Ariz. Liberal Arts Jean E. Mooris Sabina, Ohio Liberal Arts Joan M. Naftel Claremont, Calif. Liberal Arts Stella M. Morris Gallup, N.M. Liberal Arts Eleanor Nagel New Kensingto Fine Arts Peter M. Mosier Royal Oak, Mich. Mines Billie Naylor Warren, Ariz. Agriculture Marilyn S. Mugge Harrisburg, Ill. Liberal Arts Marinita Newberry Sommerton, Ariz. Education Philip B. Newlin Phoenix, Ariz. Engineering Viola B. 0'Haco Wickenburg, Ariz. Education Page 56 Richard G. Niewold Tucson, Ariz. B.P.A. Alfonso Olaechea Lima, Peru Agriculture Donald Nolte Oak Harbor, Ohio Liberal Arts Jean G. Olive Louisville, Ky. Liberal Arts Suzanne Norton La Verne Oberfeld Roswell, N.M. Liberal Arts Tucson, Ariz. Liberal Arts Margaret P. 0'Neill Leslie Orem San Diego, Calif. Liberal Arts Tucson, Ariz. Education Barbara Ann 0'D Tucson, Ariz. Liberal Arts Devens Osborne Auburn, N.Y. Engineering owd Antoinette Ogle W Gatlinburg, Tenn. B.P.A. Reading Overstreet Washington, D.C. Agriculture oe Panas ogales, Ariz. ducation Catherine Pfaif South Bend, Ind. Agriculture Barbara Patterson Phoenix. Ariz. Liberal Arts Jesse G. Phillips Greensboro, N.C. Liberal Arts Dorothy Pearce Houston. Tex. Fine Arts Rose Mary Pierce Phoenix, Ariz. Liberal Arts Barbara J. Peebles Sacaton, Ariz. Liberal Arts William E. Price Bloomfield, NJ. Liberal Arts Reitelhach Nancy J. Robertson Ohio Tucson, Ariz. Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Virginia A. Schnaufer Margaret Sherman Tucson, Ariz. B.P.A. Safford, Ariz. B.P.A. William N. Robinson St. Joseph, Mo. B.P.A. Exa. Bealle Simms Bonita, Ariz. Liberal Arts Albert. Il. Roebuck Tucson, Ariz. Liberal Arts Ann F. Smith Los Angeles, Calif. Agriculture Mary Peirce So. Lincoln, Mass. Liberal Arts Joan F. Purdy Kansas City, Mo. Liberal Arts Phyllis Pellegrini Glericlale, Calif. Liberal Arts Peggy Rascoe Clifton, Ariz. B.P.A. Lupe Perez Phoenix, Ariz. Liberal Arts Bette D. Reidy Chicago, Ill. ' Liberal Arts Thomas H. Rorba ch Tucson, Ariz. B.P.A. Marcia R. Smith Tucson, Ariz. Liberal Arts Laurel B. Sammons Tucson, Ariz. Liberal Arts Patricia M. Smith Phoenix, Ariz. Liberal Arts Enos P. Sclmffer Tucson, Ariz. Liberal Arts Sylvia T. Smith Phoenix, Ariz. Liberal Arts Page 57 Donald N. Soldwedel Pekin, Ill. B.P.A. Louise Stoops Coronada, Calif. A Liberal Arts w , 11 M . tk. Van Taggart Downers Grove, Ill. Agriculture Eloise Udall St. Johns, Ariz. Education Page 58 Walter M. Sorensen Winslow, Ariz. B.P.A. Audrey Stout Casper, Wyo. Liberal Arts Jacqueline Spencer Helen M. Standring Milwaukee, Wis. Phoenix, Ariz. Liberal Arts Law Margaret Stradling Tucson, Ariz. Liberal Arts Marie Strehlow Peoria, Ill. Education -r-'yr Tommy Taylor Margaret Tikalsky Louella Tolby South Bend, Ind. La Grange, Ill. Tolleson, Ariz. Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Valerie Van Schaack Amelia. Voigt Virginia Waits Evanston, Ill. Springerville, Ariz. Eufaula, Ala. Liberal Arts Education Liberal Arts Lois Stanford Phoenix, Ariz. Liberal Arts Max M. Strom Detroit. Mich. B.P.A. Z' John R. Stilb Milwaukee, Wis. Liberal Arts Beth Stuei-mer Safford, Ariz. Agriculture Lucille M. Tolby Tolleson, Ariz. Fine Arts Carol Walker Prescott, Ariz. Liberal Arts "Zn-1 ... L, Frances Tower Phoenix, Ariz. Liberal Arts Dorcille Webb Tucson, Ariz. Fine Arts Warren L. Strickl Brooklyn, N.Y. Education Ruthe Surber Yuma, Ariz. Liberal Arts 'IL 5 Jane Turbeville Phoenix, Ariz. Liberal Arts Norma Weber Winnetka, Ill Liberal Arts Ruth Westervelt Peoria, Ill. Liberal Arts Betty Williams Wilmette, Ill. Liberal Arts Sue Whiting St. Johns, Ariz. Liberal Arts Jessie L. Williams Bayside, N.Y. Liberal Arts Virginia E. Whittle Tucson, Ariz. Liberal Arts Patricia Winchester Hollywood, Calif. Liberal Arts Marie Skinner San Diego, Calif. Education Bob McG-eorge Tucson, Ariz. Mines Louis A. Witzeman Tucson, Ariz. Liberal Arts Natalie Young Portland, Ore. Liberal Arts Ennette A. Wooten Tucson, Ariz. Education Zora O. Young Charna, New Mex. Liberal Arts Martha A. Yelverton Douglas, Ariz. Ed ucation William D. Zinn Sioux City, Iowa B.P.A. Avonell Johnson Tucson, Ariz. Fine Arts George Calhoun Sioux City, Iowa Education Page 59 V ' 'W 'Y nv E -A,----l. g .5 --.Tw . ' M5 K xx . , x.. ag s . .u , S . Q W 5... H HA-, . 3' V. N Ea. - , ,. .V .J , rx, ., W. 'sm "4.Sa,,. -: . M Sf . , f W.. Q M. ... . mil I- ffm wig.. is-FWZ EQ V 1+ ...f -H .N gavwwa' .e ff w A fm, H W- '1Q.g..,,,. . . W-ff. ...- 2121, .wi W. A M Y m W . gg4..5...v je 5. , E vm ' wx wa -,K .0 N as 1 N ra M S 1 f 4 Sa . 4. , , Q. 4. . f, ,- 'Shy z' X, , 1+ W .f . . .1 ' N X y -,.,xl .-. - 1 . fig . . ' 1, A. ,. w'fz1"i1s'. r P v . . 'gf-5,5-'Q?..'P fL'?:'9lfjfg- 1' A X A -1' . -..I ., .r ,K ' ,' 2 -'Bays 1. 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Since then t i high-ranking professional school fo of mining engineering, mining ering. Closely grown into a his College has r the training geology, and alifiliated with metallurgical engine it is the Arizona Bureau of Mines which is active t. eous develop- ' U the most advan ag in promoting ment of Arizona's mineral wealth. Students in this college are aided by the rich possibilities of lield Work in nearby regions. Bob McGeorg e discovers ore samp Bob Martin and Bee Wap ling can be a dusty j ob. les working in an a ssay lab. ,,- l Page 63 Page G4 Y , w i , x 1- , 5 x n wi' fl x : Q?- f ,, , 1 Judging Herefords at Uni- versity Farm are Ann Ack- erman, Ray Fulton, and Ernie Shaefer. Dr. R. L. Matlock and Agronomy class. ilzultur aim-m H , X ss mm ,W gms H g an ss E7 H ' H4 E E H x 'ru as ' xii s, ' ns.. .3 An interested class listens to Dr. E. B. Stanley's lecture in an Animal Husbandry lab at the university farm. THE COLLEGE of Agriculture was one of the first two colleges established in 1891. Since irrigated farming and range livestock-produo tion are the Southwestis important agricultural industries, the college maintains nine experi- mental farms. Two are located near Tucson, three in the Salt River Valley, one in the Yuma Valley, two on the Yuma Mesa, and one near Sallord. Students make trips to these farms during the semester in connection with their instructional work. 1 After a lecture, the class rates Hereford cattle. Page If n ll n q n nf Engineering THE COLLEGE of Engineering curricula in civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering prepares its students to design and supervise great structures such as clams, irrigation sys- tems, and bridgesg to design andirnprove elec- trical machines and equipment of all kindsg and to plan and develop non-electrical power to utilize such energy. Its graduates have made enviable records, and the demand for them has usually been much greater than the supply. Bob Bukey and John Evans investigate the inner workings of an automobile during Mechanics lab. In Mechanical Engineering lab, Cline Sligh makes a test of gasoline for its octane rating. In Surveying lab, Ed Kintzele, John Jung, and Reni Kast run a level on the university campus Ruth Marshall, Dick Wicks and Hal Slutzky, prospective engineers, run a rating test on the venturimeter in Hydraulics labs. iris V W' -. .A AE 452 5 Ab 4'6 , za-- 1g Q9 aff' ww, M., M ,NQ2'.ji:' 'N . .Q Y ov' , ii Frm Q , ,G 'QQ -, vi N A . ' Y 4 . Q Z ,sm , H . 1' 54 u . fa 8 . -P',,,n :ws lk WV 7 9 X71 1 B Q, .,.. j v W ,if ' xt , , ,, bd w HI dj K 'XE' x, . .ef ,YSL -ww 'T .ggr ' .Xt ,. l, , , qv. .- X 'Z ,V . WM.. if iii' 52 ' f 5 ' f ' V ,A ' KL N 5, f'-K ' :mafia 'W A wr a- ln: lx wry- 5 uf - HQ: Q Wen? .nj S,- alia m.'J- x AL aw X x . W, -- Agn, , ww, .1-21:2 gms uefmv?-V -11-1'57'. 1 ,' 3, .5 af! , if mir if i. gy: E W fm ,,. My EH Us ma '11 we-. 855 THE COLLEGE of Liberal Arts was established in 1915-16, the third of the colleges to be opened at the University. Its function is to provide av general foundation for students entering the professional schools, and a cultural education for those not seek- ing to enter more specialized training in their under- graduate years. For these students the Humanities, the Social Sciences, and the Natural Sciences are the main fields from which major subjects are selected. Janice Hazard tries her hand at cleaning cylinder walls while Jean Burt, Mary Black, Don Randell and Vern Wuertz su- pervise. An experiment in chemistry absorbs Dave Coleman's attention. Joy Kalt, Marilyn Stanley, Mary Shafer, and Ginny Gross listen to last minute in- structions before boarding the bus for a Geology Iield trip. l w Page 70 IN 1943 the School of Business Administration became the College of Business and Public Ad- ministration and is now the second largest college in the university. A specialized four year curriculum leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in commerce has been offered continu- ously by the university since 1913. At present two degrees are offered-Bachelor of Science in . Business Administration, and Bachelor of Science in Public Administration. Jean Robinson finds the calculator is the fastest way. Puhlil: -. t. Bu iness and l Il V ..1i Betty Lee King explains a problem in Statistics to Sandy Merrill. ' Jim Killen may be computing the national debt. Page 71 my 5' m M , 1,-,Q f' f 15 b, 5 . ii gi ITB - H 1 . 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McCormick sits in as "judge." tions for cross-examination. a Moot Court session, Tommy Chandler THE FEGTLY MOOT COURT competition, named in honor of Dean Emeritus, Samuel M. Fegtly, of the College of Law, began during the year 1938-39. The rules for competition provide for teams, each of which is composed of two students. The procedure for submitting briefs, and the method of the con- duct used in appellate courts, conform to the rules followed in the Supreme Court of Arizona. The teams are judged on the basis of their knowledge of the law of the case. Three students in the third- year class act as judges for the first-year competitiong the second-year competition is judged by a mem- ber of the faculty of the Law Collegeg the Chief Iustice of Arizona is invited to judge the third-year competition. Since the Moot Court was established, fifty-one cases have been heard and more than eighty teams have taken part in the competition. William Hefty and Dick Bean prepare their ques- I fl, Samuel ZVI. Fegtly, Dean Emeritus. John Farson, the president of the law student body. Page 73 Samuel Fain, director, gives the down beat. Page 74 THE FINE ARTS school became a college in 19325 previously it was one of the Liberal Arts divisions. The college stresses education in various artistic subjects, with preparation in teaching, as well as artistic production in art, drarna, music, public speaking, and speech. Art students form one of the most closely-knit units in the university student body, perhaps because of the constant activity of the college in the presentation of faculty and student re- citals, art exhibits, and plays. he liulluqe l iw V -Rx-4--. I A 9. Dorothy Ingram paints a campus scene in water colors. ' f - . NA' ' .. , ,' J-'93 , H- 4 1" X, ,-.f-- A- '4-yu ,, -- Fw , ng. il -- ET'-3 ik-45? fi!! -' 'En x .f ,f x ' M . '25 . S. ew -V f Xxx V y gl Inez Carson chooses oil-colors for painting a scene in the Catalina foothills. of F un rts The university band 1'8l1ea1'S6S for its Spring concert. Page 75 Home Economics majors, Barbara Young, Joan Yocum, and Bettie Wiesman display Christmas candy made in class. x it , 1 ii Members of the beginning foods prepara- tion class, Beverley Burrall, Elizabeth Henkel, Frances Mason, Jackie Stein, and Carolyn Stoner prepare a table for a buffet breakfast . . . . . . and Lois Dolph, Jo Ann Jones, Betty Bennett, Franeene Pomeroy, and Joan Mote sample the results of their morning's work. THE SCHOOL of Home Economics is a part of the College of Agriculture. Four under- graduate curricula leading to the Bachelor of Science degree in Home Economics are offered: General Home Economicsg Home Economics Educationg Textiles, Clothing and Related Artg and Foods and Nutrition. Carol Clufl' Blake and Billie Naylor, mem- bers of the Child Development class, su- pervise a play period at the university nursery. 'QQ Kind' The model room Judith Matlock is hold- ing was decorated by the Home Furnish- ings class. Carol Clulf Blake eats lunch with the chil- dren at the university nursery school. THE PROFESSIONAL training of teachers and other school oflicers has had a steady, continuous development for more than a third of a century. The College of Education was estab- lished in 1921 by the Board of Regents, and in 1924 was further professionalized by the establishment of an entrance re- quirement of junior standing and a good scholastic average, Practice teaching a class in French at Tucson Senior High School is Phyllis Pearson. Ellanay Gibson teaches a shorthand class as a practice teacher. Joan Blaney instructs a student in spelling class at the University Heights Elementary School Page 78 nm M m mm mm m w mmm -mmmmm mmmm mmm mm mm mm , up zma -m x mm . 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As the department again approaches its maximum peacetime strength, much speculation goes on about the type of unit to be formed. That it will be cavalry is all that is known right now. In any event, both the men and instructors are looking forward to holding the traditions set by earlier units. Company A marches during the Armistice Day parade. Mary Ann Cross Arford, Secretary -w-....,,,,w t -'f4'?75'w falffflyj WILLIAMS broadcasts orders for the day over the mobile public address system. COLONEL P. B. SHOTWELL Professor of Mil. Science and Tactics. THE UNIVERSITY of Arizona's Rifle Team literally blazed its way to new heights this year, winning thirteen out of twenty inter-collegiate rifle matches, and piling up a total of 37,939 points to their oppon- ents' 33,749 To bolster their record further, they took second place in the William Randolph Hearst match, and placed third in Ninth Service Command Rifle Match. 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Not shown: Jean Mason, Alpha Chi Omegag Sally Lee, Gamma Phi Betaj t "WE, the fraternity undergraduate members, stand for good scholarship, for guarding of health, for whole-hearted co-operation with our collegels ideals for student life, for the maintenance of fine social standards . . . " This, the creed of the Panhellenic organization, states its reason for existence as well as its aims for the future. Three officers, one active member and one alumna member from each house, with Dean MacCready as faculty advisor, compose the group. Enthusiastic over progress made and aims yet to be accomplished, Panhellenic members have enlarged its principal function from that of regulating rushing only, to the immeasurably greater function of exerting a positive force for the betterment of all sororities on campus. They have become good friends and are willing to share their ideals, working together on plans that stimulate and further Panhellenic aims. Through these meetings, they have come to realize the importance and value of cooperation, and intend to make their organization the medium through which the exchange of ideas may be made and cooperation directed. Panhel- lenic has sponsored two joint serenades this year-one at the close of rush week, and one before the Christmas holidays. Of special interest to the sorority members is the supremacy cup award presented annually by Panhellenic to the house which is voted by the sororities themselves as most outstanding on campus in scholarship, activities, cooperation, and leadership. Page 85 Page 86 ilu- . A , Q , President: JOAN HUDSON Vice-President: SUZANNE PURDY A Secretary: RUTH BORN PAa, A i Wagga Treasurer: BETTY STOCKETT BERIT STRENGELL Founded in 1885 at Greencastle, Ind. "ALPHA CHI OMEGA, quit your buzzing around." But who could stop "Bebe" Harris from buzzing around? This year, she was a member of "Wl1o's Who in American Colleges and Universities," and secretary of the stu- dent body 5 Berit Strengell, Tucson's Victory Bond Queen, took the Alpha Chi badge allithe way to Hollywood for her screen test after receiving the title as State Bond Queen, and Billie Naylor was president of Phrateres. Besides gaining second place in scholarship rating, AXO's were active in Spurs, and in music, business, and art honoraries. In sports, they were represented by Ruth Born, member of Orchesis and dancing sports leader 3 and by Grace Grabe, bowling sports leader. ..f4"' rf, ,.. w ,4 Mason Ferguson Purdy Hemovich Fish Bertoglio Sharp Stoekett Anderson Pritchard Harris Black Carroon Nance Hudson Huntington Lundmark Trengove Paize Lewis Tickle Martineau Ruff Templeton Olive Allen Tolby Grabe Strengell Born Oberfeld Ivory Shupe Jacklin Naylor Tolby Wilson Frigo Page 87 ik -1 lx Levy Madvine Weiner Wendell Weiss Roth Marschak Keller Delevitt Tark Feir Friedman Weiss Hyde Reinhard Brown Fleischer Stamler Epstein Turlc rssnma.. Page SS 1 , A, L, ,-x,,. .. .-,s ,,,, , T , is President: CAROLYN HILL Vice-President: ISABEL EPSTEIN A 6 pf Q Secretary: HELEN BROWN P a' pdl on' L Treasurer: CLARINE FEIR Founded in 1909 at New York City "SING, SISTERS, SING . . . let AEPhi ring . . ." The Alpha Epsilon Phis have concentrated their efforts on their new house which they moved into in Ianuary. They painted the living and dining rooms themselves! AEPhis in campus honoraries are Harriet Harrison, Ruth Keller, and Sylvia Weiss in Alpha Rho Tau 5 Ioyce Borish in Pi Lambda Theta g and Ianice Friedman in Desert Mermaids. Proud of their "fun" parties, they gave one with the B. T.'s at the Rancho del Rio, an initiation party at the Santa Rita, and a lawn party at their new house. aw Page 89 I-H,-...x H 'fi if is :ss at 5 4 , .f' President: NANCY BROWN . A A u Vice-President: MARY FAYE AMSTER. P a L Secretary: MARY PIERCE Founded in 1872 at Syracuse, N. Y. Treasurer: DOROTHY MAYNE USLAP BANG, here we go again-" Alpha Phis had their share of excitement during the past year, with Ioan Naftel and Betty Lee Timmons marrying Sigma Nu's Bill Bergman and Waverly King. Iackie Hinz was selected as Rodeo Queen, Virginia Crosby was chosen as Desert Queen attendant, and Barbara Buckley and Alex Smith starred in the university musical, "Guests of the West." They're looking forward to more excitement at the Alpha Phi convention to be held at the Chauteau Frontenac in Canada this summer. And still they work: Murph Amster was AWS president, member of Mortar Board, and Phi Kappa Phi, Nan Brown, represented the sorority in Mortar Board 5 Pat Porter, student publicity director, and treasurer of Red Cross, Carolyn Tugel, secretary of Red Cross, Marguerite Iones, top' swimmer, Desert assistant editor, minor sports leader, and member of Orchesisg and Corkie Holst won the archery fall open tournament. snow ,DA ,Z -.. .V -. 1 X. Connor Porter Curry J. Merrill George Nichols Tugel Conley Mayne M. Marshall Cooke Martin White Brown Osebold Pederson Baum Tikalsky I-Iullin Cage Holst Dunnagan Howell Marston Bennett Amster Naramore Crosby Buckley Smith , M. E. Hirschi Beck A. Merrill Prince Swinney Brown Hanks Peirce Winchester S. Hinz Udall Stealy D L. ,Marshall Schleimer J. Hinz Myers N. Hirschi' Naftel Plunkett Bahlke Jones Page 91 it Page Jones Lyle Maffeo Hugherty Jenson 92 Wood Turner Hyer Stoops McCain r-Mr Lusk Seykora Marshall O'Neill Hammerstein Jacks Carson X.-uw! 39,0 It as Q, Kerckhoff McDowell Parker Black Mignin Hardin .-'fi Tree ' Snyder Thompson Hohenschilcl Kleck Meyers Young Nelson A. Miller Robertson King McKesson Meyers M. Miller Combest Yocum ,,,. ,. President: LOUISE STOOPS vice-President: MARY ROBERTSON i CA . O Secretary: HARRIET HYER l nigga Treasurer: MARIE JACKS Founded in 1895 at Fayetteville, Ark. V "MY ONE Chi O Girli'--has her linger in lots of pies. Three gals with sports records to be remembered are Marie lacks, tennis Wonder and sports leader, Spur, and Wildcat Writer, Harriet I-Iyer, FST, president of P. E. Majors Club, softball sports leader, member of Orchesis and HA" Club, Maxine McCain vice-president of WAA, mem- ber, "A" Club, and Racquet Club. Other campus offices wer and Mary Robertson, secretary of Panhellenic. Chi O's had an up to Rodeo Queen, and Beverly Turner who led the band in Chi Ols remember their Xmas-in-Iceland formal, the George with acquiring the various fraternity pins worn by girls in the e held by Ruth Marshall, Iunior Council woman, interest in the rodeo, with lean Kerckhoff runner- the rodeo parade. Besides study and activities, the Washington pledge dance, and the fun that goes house. Page 93 Z ! Q -ri - -4:5 President, NANCY CHRISTOPHER Vice-President: JoAN LOVENTHALL E f ' secretary: PATRICIA KELSO 9 fa amma Treasurer: BARBARA MORRILL Founded in 1874 at Oxford, Miss. "OH HANNAH, my Delta Gamma-" has pinned on her sweater the pin of Delta Chi, Kappa Sig, Sigma Chi and Beta Theta Pi, but hasn't devoted all her time to private affairs. The Delta Gammas have had exchange par- ties With the Thetas, Kappas, Phi Gams, Kappa Sigs, Sigma Nus, and Delta Chis, plus a Western party for all campus pledges and new initiates. Active Delta Gammas are Nancy Christopher, FST, vice-president of the junior class, member of the Desert and Kitty Kat staffs, and the outstanding sophomore student with the highest grade aver- age in the sorority, Betty Pickett, Phi Kappa Phi, Louella Pulliam, University Players, Ioan Werbrich, Sigma Alpha Iota, Gloria Gundeck and Eleanor Harrison, Spurs. D. G.'s also are represented in Putters, Desert Mer- maids, and on the publications staffs. , N.. f W, , .Ev A 1 X1 .k X 1 .4 , .' 'Wig HW Q 1--q. :' ,Qin mwfws 'M' 1- . ,. .. xg . 3 9' , 'K www. A .U U gif i, H. ms - r, -Tw many a . E V .... .. ss ,wi W W V J -:rr , g - v 1 2: 'Q :.: ' f- 2 ' A bf H A 4 fl w an W . 1, L 1 gf Q S ,qvw-. . E::,.. J B as m .5 V nx- may mf w as :Q f mm mf X1 'W w as aj 9 A-Y ,. Af" Q BW 34' ' sm K H n sa-- mun- ess is my liwmw 'sk W' ii L ., Q www 1 x L ' dial? W m as 'P-v .53 "xii EW HWEQQQQZENN MK REBER'-'H .mm-wwfvwv L F W W Q Q my -an E .Eg , M,-lm-y' - a Robinson Seaman Lawrence C. Gillmore Tapscott Van Schaack Page 96 '15 it Q Tulin Mayo Alberts Kavanaugh Seiler Michaels Dibble Perrin Gordon P. Powers King Reynolds Ballenger Young Lane Friend Lee Pasher Mathiesen Mueller Norman Lovejoy Conger Thoma Huntsman McCown Munday Winans Spencer Hawkins Blaney Irwin Andrews Kohn Hanson Ballantyne McBride Brumbaugh Sage Hansen Babbitt A. Powers Bigglestone Cooper Ruger A. Gillmore Gibbs :.: . w g,y Yi, .pf A f ' 1 , 1 ii 4 ., , p , a , L , , 4 V e:e,:::.:' 1 lt -, Sfffiflii-SLU ' M"'W.H sr s ,W 'Li 9 mimi:--sf'i5l: I ' H ,- a - 2 Q as if 3 ' BHG , , -.4 1, ,X X A mpfmef-re J.. k L H star xt zvrf' i LM I H, ii ,E we ' 2 ul 4' ,, fa -iii ki 1 ' , lm-X.. X-.P . f X, NX x . President: MARY ALICE MQBRIDE I A Vice-President: CONNIE MATHIESON A n K f Secretary: PAT POWERS ctnflnfla L e cl Treasurer: RAYMA BABBITT .Founded in 1874 at Syracuse, New York "OH, WE are the Gamma Phi Betas . . ." who are outstanding in publications and many campus activities. Peg Andrews was associate editor of the Desertg Bobbie Tulin Was class editor of the Desert 3 Alice Gibbs was society 'editor for the Wildcatg Anne Gillmore, assistant news editorg Adalyn Lovejoy was editor of the Kitty Kat and Bonnie Gordon, exchange editor. Outstanding Rayma Babbitt has added to her record this year by being chosen for Mortar Board, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Putters, and was president of W.A.A. The Gamma Phis have to their credit four girls in Who's Who: Adalyn, Rayma, Shirley Munday, and Mary Alice McBride. In sports honoraries they have president of Orchesis, Betsy Harris, members in Putters, Desert Riders, and Desert Mermaids. J..-X 'A if 'i:3.1f.i 4 . iii-Q . . Q' ' Page 97 Page.98 . , I .' . ,1 - ' Wy., fi,, 5 is ri - ' President: ANN SMITH JK -Z4 A Vice-President: SUSAN BASSETT A 079100 P a' eta Secretary: ELAINE MILLER Founded in 1870 at Greencastle, Indiana Treasurer: MARIE STREHLOW "THANKS FOR the memory-" of practicing on the lawn for the rodeo, Ben, the little wobbly lamb, argyle socks, and fun, in general, with the Thetas. The popular Thetas rate Desert queen, lean Rieckerg SAE Gold Dust queen, Ann Smith, and queen of the Fiesta 'de los Vaqueros, Sally Mewshaw. In campus activities Susan Bassett was social chairman of AWS 3 Betty Lou Ballard, Desert stall, Pat Sloan, Kitty Kat staff, and Ianet Zinser, Red Cross Motor Corps chairman. In sports the Thetas placed second in the fall swimming meet, had two sports lead- ers of baseball and golf, and a crack tennis team headed by Kay Pfeiffer and Helen Edwards. Sally Mewshaw was president of Desert Riders, women's riding honorary. 2 Pfeiffer Cowgill Carden' Brookhart Darley Grose Read Paulsen Mayer Faber Rice Ruggles Carson Clark Zinser Sears Jenney Thompson Kurtz Thurman Behn ' Shafer Riecker Russell Ely White Dean Bassett Condict Collins Kent Abbate Ballard Allenbach Lindamood Salisbury Lewis Moore Burden Lanz Connor Brookiield Voigt - Armstrong Allen Tucker Nagel Strehlow Gibson Graves Smith Falck . 0'Haco Edwards Exall Mewshaw Mart Pu gc 99 W Larsen Drummond Shellenberger Wolfe Mcwhirt Page l00 ." 1 ., .' r- I.. Brooks I-v. sl:- Leach Pendleton Campbell Wells J olmson Evans X. Iv "rf ,L Fairfield .G ' Hin is 'Kalt McKale Nutt Boss 'Tucker Hausmzum Parker Menehan Webster Schofield Stanley Hannah Shearman Burrall Seavy Peggs cunningham Corbett Kilgore Bannon Plant Avery Bacon Miller Mead O'Dowd Barnard y f Ryan McNaghten Kelly McNaughton Howell Gwinnup Oberteulfer Byron Blue President: SAMMIE WELLS I Vice-President: NORMA WEBER afppa -1 appa amma Secretary: RUTH WESTERVEL1' Founded in 1870 at Monmouth, Illinois Treasurer: MADELON MENEHAN "TO A Kappa lullaby-" F ar from being drowzy, the Kappas came out first in scholarship the first semester, with two girls in Mortar Board: Marian McKale and Nancy Robertseng two in FST: Sammie Wells and Madalyn Plant 5 and three in Spurs: Parte Parker, Beverly Webster, and Iody McNaghten. Betty Bannon served as Panliellenic president, Mary Cunningham, new initiate who is tops in tennis, was a Freshman Queen Finalist, Mary Leach was a Desert Queen finalist. Phi Beta Kappa members recently elected were Betty Bannon, Luda McNaughton, and Madelon Menehan. v- 1 , . C QS. XX OPKXIQN 4 M INN 'f-' Jul: President: ELEANOR MEWHIRTER vice-President: A Too'r1E MQINTYRE , 5 A , Secretary: NATALIE YOUNG l efa L Treasurer: ALINE KINNISON Founded in 1867 at Monmouth, Illinois "A Pl PHI is an Angel in Disguise-" Disguised or not, 'they have been busy on campus. Tootie McIntyre, mem- ber of Whois Who, and treasurer of the Senior Class, served as president of Mortar Boarclg Aline Kinnison, FST, was president of Red Cross 3 Sylvia Smith was recently elected to Phi Beta Kappag and there were six Spurs and two FST's. Pi Phis in the spotlight were: Bunny Powers, golf queen 5 Yetta Hoover, rodeo queen finalistg Ioan Hall, Bond Queen finalist. In sports the Pi Phi teams won first place in swimming and howling, and second in hockey. They had members in Orchesis, Putters, and Desert Mermaids. Girls in publications were Betty Grove, Manu- script's editor, and Louise Lewis, assistant editorg Aline Kinnison and Shirley Harrell were on the Desert staff. Page 102 ' L.,- id,-l' 'F QI- 3 2? J. Hall Misbaugh Morrison B. Martin Kennedy T .I S. Jacobs B. Smith A Burch F. Martin B. Best Rood JBabbitt Soden Harrell 'N Edmonds Clark Brown Saunders Nowels Groomes Henkel Kinnison Erhardt Nordgren 'Lusby Hoover Peabody Snyder LH. Parks A. Best S. Lewis Wightwick Powers L. Lewis Williams Groves Ogle Grove Mewhirter Moore Erichsen Mugge Harris McIntyre Kruger Mullins . J. E. Hall ge 103 i i 1 Alpha Chi's pledges revert to childhood! The girls are: Barbara Trengove, Violet Frigo, Jeanne Little, Billie Naylor, Tessie Tsaguris, and Jearme Martineau Page 104 Construction. Alpha Phis learn poise Q?J during construction week. Pledges Anne Hamner, Marguerite Jones, Lois Curry, Sue Swinney, Phyllis l-Iullin, Connie Pedersen, and Dorothy Prince model their costumes. . 4 r . .'-- 5. -'Q--Q . ,e sf-T--f" .':-""-xrw.'f.gg r-wi' -- '. --as .1 , . .. . - . ' f , , -...aux 145-- wr, -' H ,. 1 1-gg' qiaij-5 --V7 . -,,,-A--1,-5 -e.e,ny,f5smH--.E we-Q, , , T. . A- U A 'Mr S- . - ' ' ' H4-f-.-, 1- .,": 1: f +1 ' -4 i "" rg , - ' .1-'-"-L w..,,g,,-J' f--ft-2455, pw- f ',. V 'lf ',',- S "iff .Q . " -.. , Ir, '1 W-QM:ff-'f35'i4fZ"-n."if' ., 45.4, 'f j,.'-u-f-'..."'...- . 4i5F1ig'f,'.?fL1T"-yr " , ip., ',-grif , -i if 'A -Y gf ' ' f . ' .4 F- . . - , we rr..L!Temw-1--. .ti-ff'i First Row: Charles Stanley, Phi Gamma Delta: Bob McGeorge, Phi Gamma Delta: John Kruezmann, Sigma Chi: Mel Shelley, Lambda Delta Sigma: Hal Knutson: Theta Chig Ken Sharp, Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Second Row: Ernie Oldham, Phi Delta Theta: Chet McCarthy, Pi Kappa Alpha: Dick Aldrich, Pi Kappa Alpha: Leigh Heath, Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Bill Kalt, Sigma Chi: Dick Campbell, Alpha Tau Omega: Hal Gerdin, Theta Chi: Sadler McCaslin, Delta Chig Bob Davis, Delta Chi: Drew Neuenschwander, Phi Psi: Gilio Matera, Phi Delta Theta. lnterfraternii Council FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER President: BOB DAVIS President: GILIO MATTERA X , Vice-President: CHET McCARTHY Vice-President: BILL KALT Secretary: DICK GOOD Secretary: KEN SHARP Treasurer: MAX STROM Treasurer: MAX STROM THE INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL functions in an effort to systematize fraternity procedure, to formulate rules for rushing and pledging, with the idea of assuring justice and fair play to all groups. Each fraternity has two representatives to the council-its president and one other, who is elected. Having been partially inactive during the war period, they have re-organized and are Working to bring back into effect the rules and regulations in force previous to the war. Other than making rules, the council offers a scholarship cup to the member high- est in scholarship for two semester periods. This year they sponsored an interfraternity picnic and dance. Page 105 B -if President: ALFONSO OLEACI-IEA SAM McLAUGHL1N jd A j vice-President: CARLOS GARCIA Ct au mega BILL EVERsz Founded in 1865 at Richmond, va. THE ALPHA TAU CMEGAS are individual in their membership which includes some Hgood neighbors"- boys from Peru-who are, largely responsible for continuing ATO traditions through the war period. Looking forward to more activity with members returning from the service and to having a house next fall, they have on campus this year: Bobcat member Hal Clement 5 Bob Shaw, who is on the Wildcat staffg Bill Eversz, who ran with the track tearng and Alberto Saccio, who is treasurer of the Aggie club. f ,P Page 106 .- Violet A McLaughlin Hall Shaw Popper Tena Garcia Olaechea Eversz Pulido Campbell Clement Page 107 Page 108 Jones Davis Chester McCauley Hannon Stevens Little Maxon Gibbs Atwood Hagen Goodspeed Monier McCaslin Hirshberg Montgomery Duff Murray V Morey Fulton Oliver Murdock Stockdale Womack Troutz ev x '5- 'le-4 A . it ,E l V K . if . President: BILL McCAULEY .. N V SADLER MCCASLIN Vice-President: BILL OLIVER GEORGE Roma 3 I U . secretary: MILTON GIBBS 9 fa L JOHN LITTLE Founded in 1890 at Ithica, N. Y. TI-IE DELTA CHIS celebrate their twenty-first anniversary on campus this May. Bob Davis, political chairman of the house and member of Chain Gang, was president of the intrafraternity council the first semester and mem- ber of Roundtableg their president, Bill McCauley, is a member of Chain Gangg and Bill Oliver, a member of Sophos. In athletics Delta Chis have Ierry Badgett, lack Trout, and Iohn Angulo, basketball playersg Roy Good- speed and Merle Harper in baseballg and Lee Dyer on the varsity football squad. A good percentage of the fra- ternity are Arizona boys, most of whom have recently returned from the service. Delta Chis are convinced they have the best cook on campus. - Xxx -T lf 1 in '5'jf:,. ' Page 109- ,, vu. , President JACK MERILLAT J . Vice-President: CLARENCE CAPPS ctppa tgna 61' Secretary: TOM CHANDLER Founded in 1869 at Charlottesville, Va Treasurer! DICK CLARAGE KAPPA SIGS have pictured in intramural athletics this year with first place in baseball and swimming, second place in tennis, and third place in the fall basketball tournament. Men in varsity football are Negri, McCain, Capps, and Bernard, in baseball, Gaylor, Crowell, and lung. President Braxton Wliitziker is actiye in track. With Bill Brophy on the rodeo committee, the Kappa Sigs Won the fraternity award for the most points won in the rodeo. Active Tom Chandler adds to their tally with his record as member of Blue Key, Bobcats, Phi Delta Phi, and Delta Sigma Rho. lim Pickrell served as vice-president of the freshman class. Page 110 Chandler Whitaker Densmore McAleb Addington F. Niewold Kennedy Webster Halla Capps Fenner Koehler Holbrook McCain Garigan T. Taylor il 3- 'QE Calhoun J ung Conlin Brophy Pickrell Newell Sick N. Taylor Twohig Merillat C. Capps Neelon Hackney McDonald Anderson -QP ar-N. N..-gg . V9 gal Q-'V N Page 112 Clawson Ethington G. Brown Smith Payne Webb JW' Thomas Haupt Crandell Knighton C. Blake Whiting Mitchell Lines Shelley Montierth Cordon J arvis Beecroft Goodman Williams Moffilt Rogers Boyle ' McDonald Leverton Ballantyne Nielson Mortensen R. Brown Young McRae Jones Miller Leverton Lines P. Blake Founded in 1937 at Salt Lake City, Utah . f ,, 4. 1 ALTHOUGH ORGANIZED separately, the LDS boys and girls have many combined social aiiairs. Both have representation in honoraries: Reed Brown and Hal Goodman in Chain Gang, Reed Ethington and Melvin Hatch in Sophos, Priscilla Payne and Marba Lines in Sigma Alpha Iota 3 Eloise Udall in Pi Lambda Theta, and Sue Whit- ing in Pi Mu Epsilon. Hal Goodman, also member of Alpha Kappa Psi, is the national vice-president of LDS. I From the boys' and girls' chapters, 26 members attended the national convention this year at Provo, Utah. In in- tramural sports the boys ranked first in cross country and second in football. Reed Brown was the "big boss" of the rodeo, serving as chairman of the rodeo committee. F' , . X f".-x . , Officers of Gamma Omega: President: DORCILLE WEBB Vice-President: ELOISE UDALL SUE WHITING Secretary: MARBA LINES Treasurer: IDA MOFFETT A Officers of Gamma Alpha: President: HAL GOODMAN Vice-President: DICK SHUMWAY MEADE NIELSON Secretary-Treasurer: REED ETHINGTON Page 113 I A' li A President: Gluo MATTERA ' L ERNIE oL1mAM Vice-President: ERNIE OLDHAM JOHN DOYLE V i Secretary: DAVID ELGART Ai e fa Aefa AL BLOOM Treasurer: AL NAFE Founded in 1848 at Oxford, Ohio BILL TOLTON HAVING BECOME active second semester, Phi Delr fraternity includes Well-known men on campus. Reading Overstreet, member of Blue Key and Bobcats, was president of the senior class. Gilio Mattera, member of Bobcats and Blue Key, was president of the interfraternity council second semester, and business manager of the Desertg Levv Donahue was president of Blue Keyg and Ernie Oldham was president of Chain Gang. Phi Delts in athletics Were: Tom Van Fleet, Arizona State Tennis Champion of both singles and doubles eventsg Iunior Crum, varsity basketball playerg and Tom Iohnson and lim McNulty, members of the track team. lim McNulty also won 'the State Extemporaneous Speech Award. Page 114 1 5 zz 2? 1. Q l ff. . if ig aic- I ' ' Sl 4 ffl -f I I :IS lx 'E Ugg -' QI T ,Q McNulty Filler D Condict Donahue Johnson Bloom Ryan Maloney Bryant Tolton Elgart D. Lester Bagnall Johnson Mattera Sawyer Rice Lake Van Fleet Wagner Redmond Hoyt Oldham Livieratos Gerald R. Lester Overstreet Taggart Elliott Perkins Taylor Page 115 Hearne Steadman Parker Grantman McGeorge ge 116 Larson Stutte Lake McNiece Low Zinn Linclamood Murphy Hanson Gatterdam Davis Lemmlie Williams Bryant Bunn Hall Faubion Pittis Packham Ballantine Shilling Schnake Salb 0'Loughlin Johnson Spicker Simons McGrath Reid Lauver Burks McCabe X Ewa? PAUL LIMBER BOB MCGEORGE WILFRED POPE BILL ZINN TAYLOR REID LUTHER DAVIS BUD SIMONS BOB IVIGCABE I pi President: , fy' ' Treasurer: Rec. Secretary: I ml gamma lead Founded in 1848 at Jefferson College, Pennsylvania Cor. Secretary: THE FIIIS moved into their house this fall, and also into campus activities. They ranked second among fratehr- ities in scholarship, second in the university sing, and numerous members were recognized in campus, honoraries. Blue Key members were: Luther Davis, Bruce Bryantg Bob McGeorge and Bill Lindamood, who were Bobcat membersg Chain Gang members included Paul Limber and Charlie Stanleyg Sophos were Iim Grantman and Iohn Williams. Iim Grantman served as treasurer ofthe sophomore class. Roger Low and Art Pollard played varsity footballg Pete O'Loughlin was on the swimming team 5 Wes Hall and Iim Schnake were members of the university debate team. ' 5 I I A Page ll Page 118 Chrisley Whitnell Knight Formo Elledge Milne Barley Dunn Doutrick Culbertson Michelsen Getty Hubbard Eikenberry Kocher Howe Livingston Barnett Hussmann R. Brown Aldrich Morgan Ehrhart Pies Roll Hunter McCarthy Baranowski Winter H. Brown -5.4544 ar sf. . . it -kv-5-f-rw-,,.4----. . ' Jam-- , . , W - it .. ,, Wa., Q4 ' filigi H - it N President: CHET McCARTHY Vice-President: HAL LIVINGSTON - 0 A Secretary: GENE GETTY Q a' P a' Treasurer: GEORGE KOCHER V , Founded in 1868 at Charlottesville, Virginia THE PI KAPS were one of the few fraternities that could boast of a house this year, and they expanded their activities in accordance with their enlarged membership. The Founders' Day banquet was held in the Rendez- vous Room at the Santa Rita, and social affairs were climaxed by the Barbary Coast dance in November. Other highlights of the year included picnics at Reid's Ranch 5 but the members still claim their favorite past-time is "Dou- ble R-itis." Pi Kaps in campus activities Were: lack Milne, business manager of the Kitty Kat, Herb Brown, com- mander of the Ari-Vetsg and Chet McCarthy, vice-president of the interfraternity council. KJ-Dlllkf Pa t ll0 . x X ix ti N , wi it President: KEN SHARP LEIGI-I HEATH Vice-President: JIM POWERS BILL RICHEY .X4 A EJ f , Secretary: JOHN GARBACZEWSKI ' ' DICK GOOD Lglflla, I9 a ,961 Oil Treasurer: LEIGH HEATEI Founded in 1856 at Tuscaloosa, Alabama JOHN GARBACZEWSKI THE SIG ALPHS, with a greatly increased membership, showed a variety of interests in campus activities. On their record are first places in the spring swimming meet and fall track meet 3 five varsity football lettermen: VVol- gast, Schaefer, McDonald, Iohnson, and Heath, one tennis letterman-Donegan. They also placed Hrst in the university sing. Ken Sharp, member of Blue Key, Who's Who, Hammer and Cofhn, and Pi Delta Epsilon, edited Powers, besides starring in the Desert, Ken Baier was chairman of the Social Life Committee. In dramatics Iim varsity track, also had the leading role in "Camille of Roaring Camp" and "Guests ofthe W'est." In honoraries, Gang, Garth Donegan and Dick Good and Tom Sidebotham were Sophos, Leigh Heath and Iim Powers, Chain George Genung, Bobcats. Alpha Kappa Psi members were Garbaczewski and Heath. - Page 120 1 I i ,f. I k ,I , ,.,,, yi, in 553' ,Y . W W W- gf , as . A e. V E 1 J' W 'f W J W 1 K fs . : : t ' ' ' 5 Q i?-f:2?9s2ff J Eff. fag' V1,',:'gLf , 'K V f. A P xy-7' Q x . " A , V A I - 4 Y r "rn: ' b U . ,-1 ll ' ' 'A .v 9, I W 1 t :Y . - 1. V- 9. ff' zh, fb 5 A, 'L , Y dl ' ' a ' H Ai i QV- ' M56 , LJ 'M , XY . . I one 1 Crouse McDonald Crawford Fogg Knoles Donegan Reif I 0'Connell Anderson Ames Good Gislason Warnock Bukey 0'Kecfe Johnson Ball McMahon Morrison Smith Komick Fickas T. Muse Powers Wade Baier Wilkinson Pierce Sidebotham Perrine Pihl Decker r Sharp Barnett Garbaczewski Wright Heath J. Muse Evans Page 121 R p ,v 1 ": J.. . 'Y in .wx ig? L .U A ' . -"T Q1 V 7' N F if Q9 ,J I ' , if ,X f - , A 1 . V' ,IIY4iL ,.. .,., t Y , ' L' L 1 A A 5 , be ' , ' I ,.: ' ' 'w. Z. ' ' -X 'J V ' ,,., , il . gf fi A --A, E, . ,.,. , if .V ,. . .,. Y,.,,:Ew!,. , V41 -:-- gg- " ,H . Q 'a ' . q f ' ' Lea - is we 1. A I. is ,, at fa, ' M i R, lla' r , V V H Alix? W U I N .153 "fer iifj.. 1 YQ P' , . u al. .,., 4 it .. . "" rr! gil, f --12:3 -f a ' J: 1,-lla . - "- 1 4 Saw - ' 2 .. is ,M It :-: JT' -, ...,. A.: I-A-.:,- -, - ' ' x ,Fw , I R 1 Y' , x I Vx x I f x: "5'f'3fw ' '5 ,g,.,. . .,,. -,. 5 .I 1 MW.. 5 .sau-l I Landon Martin Sockhead Marshall Low Phillips Rubel Kalt Burruss Stevenson Morse Kemmler Chambers Adams Said Cohill Allin Pilcher t Herman liiibinson Kreuzmann Helfinstine Steele Frisbie Lent Penn Elder ' Smetana DeMont Page 122 Roberts Cunningham Lindner White Birmin gh Barnett Merwin Grinnell ami President: TOMMY ALLIN Vice-President: BILL KALT ignta Q i Secretary: DICK FRISBIE Treasurer: KENNETH HERMAN Founded in 1855 at Oxford, Ohio BOB BULLEN THE SIGMA CHIS came back this year with their pre-War vigor, well represented in sports and campus activities. Boyd Morse, captain of the varsity football team, was one of the eleven Sigma Chis on the team, ten of which are letter men. Three members were on the track team, one in basketball, two in baseball, and three on the golf team. Iiggs Lent and Bill Kalt led their classes as freshman and sophomore class presidents. Co-eds' heart-throb, Russ DeMont, was elected Most Eligible Bachelor. Members in honoraries were: Boyd Morse, Blue Key 5 Ken- neth Herman and Darrell Merwin, Chain Gang, and Bill Birmingham and Bill Kalt, Sophos. ii wif . gn Page 123 J't 43, , V T3 Y Page 12-I .nity Q , J' President: GEORGE ALEXANDER i' BILL COLEMAN Vice-President: JACK STILB JERRY LIPP ' Lgfnfl anlnla Secretary-Treasurer: DON SOLWEDEL DICK WALKER THE STRAY GREEKS out-ranked all campus averages with a 1.6 average, but did not figure in the group competition as they do not pledge members, their group being composed of Greeks whose fraternities are not represented on the U. of A. campus. Well-,known on campus, they are an active group. Don Soldwedel, mem- ber of Blue Key and Bobcats, was vice-president of the senior class. lack Srilb, member of Delta Sigma Rho, has been active in Ari-Vets and in varsity track. Lipp Soldwedcl Alexander Coleman Munroe Stilb Strickland Brain Walker McCarthy Page 125 16 Page 126 .R Nash Smith Ryder Bellamak Turner Coonan Simmons Miller C. Patterson King Gutmacher J. Patterson ' Herrick Fox Taylor Scott Allen Glenn Riss Martin Murray Dibble Bergmann Heimlich Mayhew Jones Keogh Pratt V Hinwood Zarembski DeLand Slingluil' 'N i l President: GEORGE DIBBLE 0 Vice-President: BILL BERGMANN tgnfta' u' Secretary: DOC RYDER Founded in 1869 at Richmond, Virginia Treasurer: LEW LARDIE THE SIGMA NUS, who have been active throughout the war period, have members Bob Martin and Earl Glenn in Chain Gangg Bill Bergmann, a Blue Key and Bobcat 5 Ioe Torpy, a Sopho. Iohn Keogh, columnist on the Wildcat, is a member of Hammer and Corlin. Interested in radio, Morley Fox has managed the Tuesday night Aggie Showg he also served as publicity chairman for the intercollegiate rodeo. In intramural sports, the Sigma Nus won second place in football and were third in track- Well-kiiown on campus are the traditional Sigma Nu parties- the Beachcomber dance, and the White Rose formal. Page 127 y , . I., 1. I B. ..... 1- President: BOB MEEHAN Vice-President: PHILIP NEWLIN Secretary: HAI? KNUTSON jAefa i Treasurer: DON McKIBBIN Founded in 1858 at Northfield, Virginia RETURNING MEMBERS gave additional vigor to the Theta Chis this year and, as a result, the fraternity walked away with top honors for menis scholastic averages, ranking fourth in the entire university. Fiaternity functions were culminated in a dinner-dance held at the Santa Rita on April 13, in commemoration of Founders' Day, while informal social affairs were held throughout the year. Pete Mosier served as student body prexy during the past year and was a member of Blue Key and Bobcats, Hal Knutson and Don McKibbin were members of Chain Gang g Bill Anderson was a member of Sophos. Page 128 Friedsam Molloy Blackledge Gerdin Hammond Poindexter Newlin Vandiver 0hl Gehlbach Mosier Mcliibbin Senour Anderson Werner Knutson Curry Kline Yelvington Obrenski Lewis Turner Pagc 129 Page 130 Lavetter Feder Epstein Lawrence Ravdin Weinstein Komie Morris Meyer Gladstone Strom Feldman Cherney Beckson Goldman Roth i x s .11 Q3 President: MAX STROM Z Vice-President: JOSEPH RAVDIN eta gan Secretary: HENRY BECKSON Founded in 1898 at New York City Treasurer: CLIFF FEDER THE Z.B.T.s, like most other fraternities on campus, were Without a house this yearg but they were nevertheless conspicuous in all activities. Prexy Max Strom held down the treasurer's office in both the Ari-Vets and in the Interfraternity councilg he was also president of Hillel. The fraternity was represented in Chain Gang by Cliff Feder and Elliot Feldmang Sophos were Hank Beckson and Dick Meyer. Members in sports were Esar Komie, Larry Lawrence, footballg Bernard Weiiistein, football and baseball g and Mickey Morris, baseball manager. 415 '-, I , ,X Page 131 LDA, igma The Delta Sigma's, organized last fall, are expecting their charter from the Delta Delta Delta national sorority before next semester. Members are: Iirst row, Wiggins, Hagan, Lowry, Patterson, Christian, Powell Fergus, Hellerg second row, Houghton, Aepli, Barker, Crisp, Bell, Watford, Dykes, Cambellg Third row Flake, Smith, Hancock, Wennen, Davey, Minister, Millar, McCorkle, The Kappa Psis are working for a charter from the national Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. Organizing mem- bers are: Drew Neuenschwander, Dudley Daniel, Pete Tufts, and Harry Patterson. Page 132 fgllz Unrmitnriufes Page 134 Cochise COCHISE HALL, rightfully belonging to the men, was occupied by women students for the second consecu- tive year. Always ready for a good time, they held an open house, a Rodeo dance, an informal, and one formal dance. In addition they had some "hen-partiesl' for Cochise girls alone. Officers were: President, Ricky Hart, Vice President, Betty Lou Estes, Secretary, Barbara Mills 5 Treasurer, Diane'SteWartg A. VV. S. Representative, Mar- jorie Van Keeble. Head resident for the hall was Miss Ruth Leitch. QC Page 136 a .-wx a Wm Q HE. dim BSP?" Gila cy sm na an mst ma an :A mam ga 41 in ffm 'T' LL Q' J 1 ff? I ' +L A H ini! "i ff K PL :W e, - gr VN, ' H ma - ff- is ' 9paMI""p-dbg, 'ff '-IT A sh, ., , -h W' ff '- W. L' G H' -Q my M , Y .3-N .V . ,, s 14- - - .. y QF, .V 5-'QV Q MA I , 1 "'i " 'LA R, ,., x 'L.,n.. , -1 - - v . w.. - A ,H .,.,., V -'-Y' I an ,- - f , -' - A , H 2 " 'ZW ' ' , :,:' f' f l J' P 'wgxw iv Ll x ' ' 5 5 yi x cg 3 X: 594 'J : Alt Y ,Qi 8 J N X. V J W X D I Af x . Y Q - V 'QW J A 7 0- Q- Qrsm' Q ,- 'ax Y lx , y I TH! Q a. Qu- :X g F if , . . Q.. ea. 4 W ' 5 ,Q Lf 'X 5 ,Q . K 4 "' 2 ' ' if 2 I, '-fJ,V,, -, jx h- Iv' G, lb W v..- A ,, . fx 5 35? 1 LJ if ik ' ' BJ Q 5 . 'gf X !"1"rx.i,... ' K Q F A im QS gs, ,. - Wxgwrg s '54 F-u K Page 138 as gang B ss- Xms as mass alfilllllla F4 asm -x .cj . .:. in ' ' - " H fs 5,114 5 , 2:5 :W :5:Z?iT': :.v ' fig' ' Q? KF -,ga e. f gs A an E9 'l 5 " 1 U Q. 11, L.: ml V mag .sign 4. 58.5-,gi W gm gf.,. 5 ,X..1.,.m..l,x-' .11 t mfcggffl'.gam'1q 'gy' - - J:-.f',' " '-'1 ' - 1 A. Q!!-YL' 4 211.21 fi- ' NOT TO BE outdone by its competitors, Maricopa, oldest of the Women's dormitories, got off to a good start this year by giving two open houses. Important also on the social calendar were the spring and Christmas formals and the exchange with Yavapai Hallg the girls also held a senior breakfast. Oliicers for the past year Were: Presi- dent, Marinita Newberryg Vice-President, Evelyn Uptong Secretary, Mary Lou Luntg Treasurer, Betty Cook g A. W. S. Representative, Barbara Nelson. House Mother was Mrs. Edna Snider. gc 139 Page H0 may Pima u..' O PIMA HALL, the university's only cooperative dormitory, took part in many campus activities. Their social season started with open house for all veterans and included formal dances at Christmas and in the spring. Pima hallites held a faculty tea in the fall, and entertained the Board of Regents second semester. Mrs. Helen Ray Rust was their house mother and the officers for the year were: President, Betty Hurley, first semester, Eloise Udall, second semester, V ice-President, Eloise Udall, first semester 5 Barbara McCoy, second semesterg Secretary, Arleen Stowellg Treasurer, Louisa Simons, A. W. S. Representative, Florence Geary. We . , sa. Page Hmm ' an H E a ' a 1 ' fl s,.1 E Km -HE' ' ,.xzw.A.,s . E . mm H ,HE sw - , ,, wa nu gs: E sw H -ss S . ., , . JE A Y E . . 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Y , Hg . -4- ,. v a . ew ss ss U my M fx' 'K fx M4 V .H , -T'f'A1 , rgy-1 Mm N N' , .Vi 'ml my U wwf , 43 , W nhl j Q L LL Wxxw PIa2mx UW Ar-,cl A rl"-N ,Es ss ONCE MORE the girls took over the Sigma Chi house and enjoyed another eventful year- Besides giving showers for two brides-to-be, the Sigma Chi girls entertained with an open house, dances, and a Christmas dinner party. Under the friendly supervision of Eleanor Slowi, the dorm was headed by: President, Mary Iane Connorg Vice-President, Ioyce Allenbachg Secretary, Louise Carderg Treasurer, Nan Burdick, and A. W. S. Representative, Io Sayle Bunting. .T If dams-V X. . E, J Page 143 Page 144 my Wa Sw ye-'E E H RWE A ,mg 1 H . magna :za my 5, na mx Sfgg .gm rn 'QMQSQ-, E, saggy ss w ss 'ss Q 5 H B Q Q sa ss H A uf gf ,Q W Kgs 5 HF imfss Q 11 wash H -H B B B B B f H H mn Q I s'PsLkLx I v ff x H35 az :Lg ss Us 5 ' W-f new G.. - as ms mf A was A 'Az an ss mmm' n gs ei as mm Yuma w ma mass ,X X m z as fi xx 'Qs fxfw an ss B. Y. 55,5 . ss nam W if . E 1 9 . , A EEK AN K E 22.4 hx Bm X31 ax mn Q 1 1 ! Wm xx Bm ss n Q1 Q ...a..Sif- YUMA HALL, led by Rosemary Griffith as president, participated Widely in campus events. In the field of social activities, Yuma played an important part, opening their social calendar with an open house honoring the returned veterans. The spring and Christmas seasons were topped with formal dances. Frequent hot dog roasts in the patio were enjoyed by all the girls. Mrs. Bess Lee was the head resident, and the other officers for the hall Were: Vice-president, .Ioan Manleyg Secretary, Katherine Kluttz g Treasurer, Gertrude Lamfromg A. W. S. Representative, Mabel Wennen. , " e - Pagc 145 Hall Life Polly Hagan invites travelers Jean Thoma and Ja t ne Edmonds to make themselves at home in Yuma Hall. Betty Friend compliments well-dressed Betsy Valdez as she steps out on a date. Arizona coeds Rh monds, Jane Lyons, and Carol Carter loaf in typical Saturday morning attire. eata Johnson, Janet Ed- Inter-Hall ljnunlzil IN ORDER that they should be able to discuss common problems and plans, the presidents of the halls formed the Inter-Hall Council. Sally Darnell of Gila hall served as president of the group. Members pictured arc, first row: Sally, Ricky Hart, Cochise, second row: Pete Tufts, Arizona, Marinita Newberry, Maricopa, Rosemary Grifhth, Yuma, and Bill O'Connell, Yavapai. Page 147 Page 148 mm fx ms ,241 mmf H103 El ALTHOUGH IT IS the smallest men's dormitory, Arizona Hall was well represented in all school events, enter- ing teams in all men's intramural contests. Heading the social events for Arizona Hall were formal and semi- formal dances. With popular Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Slonaker as head residents, ofhcers for the year were: President, Pete Tuftsg Vice-President, Richard Frisbieg and Secretary-Treasurer, Robert Denny. Page 149 Page 150 ss HP W y , . r, 'J 1 .J , mam. , Q, in I x R vim n 11 Ns? .V V S9 .. . a ' -an . Miami' .V r ,, .Tera V i APM 1 L Yer YAVAPAI HALL was again crammed to the rafters after two years of manpower shortage. Their annual Fiesta dance, a Christmas formal, and an exchange dance were the top items on their social agenda. The members also made a good showing in all intramural sports. Mr. and Mrs. George Herrick, head residents, were interested and active in all hall affairs. Officers were: President, Bill O'Connellg Vice-President, Bill Anderson: Treasurer, Ioe Tenag and Social Chairman, Harry Stryzek. gf "x F9 4 .A Page 151 John C"Sled"J Elliott and Bill Robinson take time out from their leisure-time activities to pose for' the camera. e x- X K K l Burning the midnight kilowatt in the lounge are Del Harper and Jim Bridwell. 'N-. 5 sf A . f A ' , V During the Spring months Yavapai residents take ad- vantage of their sun roof. Jim Allen, Einer Peterson, Russ Blass, and Warren Bak- er take to the outdoors for their studying. R 5 E 1 z 4 Hip 1' ,ff "P 4 . .,. 'Agni' 'gfifim if . wi 43. 1 .,, W W I W w 1 1,A, 1 f Y I 1 r f V ' ' " w" r J 17" I 'I p ' 1 ,. "1wNR"'if r " "" ff-, 'w "'l llx'J fx X 1 'x !w','f, w'w', I W I w f. ' n'ny, ,!, M' ' IWJINNNV M f f V, w" V'x 'ly',w51 J 'W f J L , L . A him , 1 , " LQ , ,1g '-- 1 ' f3 55 J ,. lv- M W I 5. I Page 153 Page 154 A02 A0 THE FOLLOWING students were chosen this year to represent the University of Arizona in "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universitiesn: first row, Marian McKale, Adalyn Lovejoy, Shirley Mundayg second row, Carol Walker, Frances McIntyre, Nancy Robertson, Mary Faye Amster, Rayma Babbitt, Mary McCorkle, Beverly Harris, third row, Tom Chandler, Reading Overstreet, Ken Sharp, Don Soldwedel, Luther Davis. ' ,4,.r.. Jc.,.,...i THE MEN'S business honorary con- sists of: first row, Garbaczewski, Alex- ander, Dr. E. I. Brown, Cracchiolo, Brown, second row, Soldwedel, Davis Ethington, Heath, third row, Robin son, Grantman, rof. G. F. Herrick, Zinn, Neiwold. E14 10464 gp5iAn' MEMBERS of the women's business honorary are: First row, Sherman, Frau- enfelder, Smith, Rodriguez, Foubister, Pease, Lee 3 second row, Bahlke, Beck, Crosby, Oliver, Mayne, Schnauffer, third row, Dr. L. Gray, Hemovich, Newberry, Aepli, Moffett, Houston, Cook, Prof. G. F. Herrick. .X4 M0 jill THE MEMBERS of Alpha Rho Tau, art honorary, are: Hrst row, Brodt, Thoma, Powell, McCarron, Sykes, Car- son, Chamberlin, second row, Iohnson, Huntington, Sage, Weiss, Schneidman, Mathieson, Iacobsg third row, Professor R. Quinn, Purdy, Tolby, Hickman, Pomeroy, McNaughton, Professor A. S. Andersen. Bw Q. -'gg H Q -x. v . EFLL1 ' A1 F: Q V 1 Q 'Mis .5 ga . .wx Q ss, . JI:-1 NW, v x f -51 , , lm U l. E. a ii 4 X? 4291 K4 J ' 'k'7"41fiv Q' -iss? M LE Z S? ,W 1: E . ki:-2-Qi ,P Qxfffmf 5 A ff: i QQ If 5' , we iw. a f R M Q 43' x ' ' H 'E M4 . ,' iffg' , if is , ifn 1 - N ,f, ni J , Xi Q' , V-Q .'ef7,fQf:'g5'ws:,, , fy , 1 ., S 2' , Y W3 , mg Q M " Hg? H' . -. W QMMQ -5.45" .. M 4552 qw ' SW is sb A 1 5, Q W' ' A I 35' Q if er. Hai U sf A 5 ,sf , wi ,g if , 1 ? Y Y "4 1 K ' 1 am gs Zara flu. MEMBERS of Theta Tau for this year Were: Hrst row, New- lin, Gerdin, Mallick, McGib- beny, Friedsam, second row, Curry, Knutson, Stanley, An- thony, Maschingg third row, Ross, Cardin, Mosier, Mc- George. ,Magi MEMBERS of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers were: first row, Williams, Van- diver, Simons, Campbell, Mont- gomery, second row, Gibbings, Ross, Curry, Pomeroy, Turner. . M u gllariikn MEMBERS of Pi Mu Epsilon, national mathematics honor- ary, were: first row, Marsh, Mrs. P. D. Iose, Simons, Orem, Vandiverg second row, Dr. H. B. Leonard, Myers, Dr. P. D. Iose, Dr. R. F. Graesserg third row, Prof. A. W. Boldyreff, Masching, Mitchell, Knutson, Haupt. PM Ziff, MEMBERS OF Phi Beta Kappa, national honorary for the College of Liberal Arts, Were: first row, Gertrude Hill, Inez Thrift, Ina Gittings, Allegra Frazier, Mary Caldwell, Babette Luz, sec- ond row, Charles Wallraff, L. E. Roberts, lack Huggins, Harry Kieval, third row, A. D. Rhodes, G. T. Caldwell, Robert L. Nugent, G. E. P. Smith. fglii l, Pla LAW HONORARY, Phi Delta Phi, had as its members: First row, Reid Halla, L. W. Feezer, lim Briney, Iim Buchanan, Tom Salb, Ellis Brannon, Richard Bean 5 second row, Gilio Mattera, Robert Clark, Charles Stanecker, Iames Landen, Robert Fleming, Herb Iones, Ioe Walton, Iohn Haynes, Dick Anderson 5 third row, Steart Udall, Calvin Udall, lack Ogg, Iohn Whiting, Iohn Farson, lim Riggs, Ioe Ralston, Bill Pittis, William Fredrick Hefty, Henry Zipf. YW W L EMBBRS OF THE Chemistry honory, Phi Lambda Upsilon, are: standing, I. E. Fletcher, A. B. aster, H. D. Rhodes, W. T. McGeorge, R. A. Bolorney, A. R. Kemmerer, Ernest Anderson, T. F. uehrer, L. E. Roberts, R. L. Nugent, M. G. Seeley, M. G. Vavichg kneeling, Keith Taylor and reston Heinle. pdf 22106. PM Modign PHI ALPHA DELTA, Law honorary consists of: hack row, C. H. Brown, R. L. Meyers, L. S. Forrest, I. A. Baldwin, I. B. McCormick. Front row, Kenneth Biaette, W. A. Scanland, E. I. Barry, Ir., H. L. Ierman. Page 159 r me Je, MEMBERS of Blue Key, national honorary for upper-class men, were: first row, Ken Sharp, Bob McGeorge, Don Soldwedel, Read- ing Overstreet, Harry Bagnall, Gilio Matterag second row, Bill Lindamood, Luther Davis, Bruce Bryant, Tom Chandler, Bob Clark. .gogcafa MEMBERSHIP in Bobcats, hon- orary for senior men consisted of: first row, Donegan, Overstreet, Soldwedel, Chandler, Bryant, sec- ond row, McGeorge, Lindamood, Mattera, Clement, Bergman. Chain ang OUTSTANDING junior men chosen for Chain Gang this year were: first row, Oldham, Glenn, Powers, Feder, Knutson, McKib- bin, Merillat, Martin, Manning, second row, Ackerly, Merwin, Heath, Finch, Brown, McCauley, Feldman, Crabtree, Davis, Howe, Getty. .SJOIQAO6 SOPHOS, national honorary for sophomore men, chose the follow- ing for membership: first row, Neuenschwander, Ethington, An- derson, Good, Kalt, Iungg second row, Maloney, Beckson, Ingram, Williams, Birmingham, Grant- man, Toth, Tolton. Worfar Komen! THIS YEAR the members of the sen- ior women's honorary were the fol- lowing: Marian McKale, Nancy Rob- ertson, Rayma Babbitt, Carol Walker, Nancy Brown, Frances Mclntyre, and Mary- Faye Amster. .fi THE MEMBERS of FST are the out- standing junior women on the campus. For the past year they were: first row, Bonnie Gordon, Sammie Wells, Aline Kinnison, Nancy Christopher, Pat Aeplig second row, Pat Babbitt, Harriet Hyer, Madeline Plant, Barbara Her- man, Peggy Andrews. i l0lfl,l"5 THE NATIONAL sophomore women's honorary is Spurs. Members this year included the following: First row, Cook, Webster, Lawrence, Mc- Naghten, Tugel, Tulin, lacks, Parker, Sykes, Zinserg second row, Myers, Fleming, Wightwick, Evans, Frauen- felder, Bradley, Harrison, 'Peabody, Hoover, Kurtz, Morrison, Iacobs, Gun- deck. Not pictured: Gibbs, Wennen, Mason, Moore. Zfa PM rfb. THE MEMBERS of the national drama sorority this year were the fol- lowing: first row, Kraft, Balfour, Feldman, Conger, Kneelandg second row, Smith, Chudik, McIntyre, Pynn, Tapscot. ' 2 Olfflelfl 6 P866 CAL WOMEN WITH exceptional ability in the field' of journalism are members of the Women's Press Club. For the past year they were: Helen Smith, Adalyn Lovejoy, Sue Blue, Carol Walker, Barbara Herman. igma .Agia ,Zia MEMBERS OF the national music sorority for this year were: first row, Bfoom, Gordner, Kinnison, Hagan, Lyons, second row, Howell, A. Iohn- son, I. Iohnson, Payne. First row, McCoy, Patterson, Swirce, Abbott, Maloney second row, Albro, Jeffries, Sykes, Gillmore, Sackman Mueller, third row, Yocum, Williams, Randallg fourth row, Wilkie, Jones, McCabe, Stevens, Kehng standing Hall, Smiley, Dansen, and Harry Getty. .!gl'I,fAl"0l00 Ogg THE ANTHROPOLOGY CLUB is composed of students who are majoring in anthropology or are interested in this subjectl They meet twice as month at the home of one of the faculty members. The guest speaker, who talks on a specific phase of anthropology, is followed by an informal discussion, the business meeting, and refreshments. This year Iessie Williams was the president of this newly formed club, the secretary was Grace Kehn, and Betty Albro was treasurer. igma aibeda THE MEMBERS of the national Span- ish fraternity for this year were the following: Laverne Oberfeld, Ioan Lowry, Bill Ierfries, Betty Bannon, and Lou McNaughton. 4 niuemifg pfayerd THE STUDENTS who are outstand- ing in stage work are members of Uni- versity Players. This year they were: Hrst row, Schloss, Kraft, Feldman, Nagle, Balfour 3 second row, Kneeland, Miss Barton, and Robert Sencer. l9Ai Wu .fdlada OUTSTANDING MEN students in the field of music are members of the national music fraternity. Its members this year were: Hrst row, Eikenberry, Brown, Neubauer, Goodman, Spicker, Braeg second row, Professor Snyder, Duckworth, Crehore, Guthrie, and Selland. M0 STUDENTS AND faculty who are oustanding in forensics are members of Delta Sigma Rho. These students were the following: Hrst row, Pro- fessor W. A. Cable, Schnake, Nedgoodg second row, Murphy, Glidwell, Niebel. i mega giladiin MEMBERS OF the national journal- ism honorary for men students this year were: Al Steeb, Lou Witzeman, Boyd Finch, lack Adams, Ken Sharp. Absent from the picture were Lou Silverstein, Malfrecl Crabtree, and Frank Howard. CU'VLI'lfI,8I" all cm. THIS NATIONAL honorary humor society is an organization for mem- bers of the Kitty Kat. This year they were the following: first row, Lovejoy, Armstrong, Herman, Lowe, Lane, Gordon, second row, Combs, Kittrell, Milne, Schnake, Keogh, Coppinger, and Sharp. . -u-l We C746 M 'rf-X..- -- WP AGGIE CLUB members for this year were: Iirst row, Dick Reed, John Newman, Wayne Boyle, George Mike Snell, Reading Overstreet, Dan Chavez, second row, Ralph Feffer, Carl Bowers, Henry Kochsmeier, Jim Tersey, Sabatale, Ralph Miller, Randolph Evjen, Alberto Saciog third row, Carlos Garcia, Antonio Rivero, Rich ard Wardlaw, Theone Miller, Muntz, Alfonso Olaechea, Dr. Briggs, and Nora Keehn. lid Wi MEMBERS OF the newly-organized Beta Mu club for bacteriology majors this year were: first row, Rood, Van Schaack, Swader, Reader, Lawrence, Whittleg second row, Wolfe, Davey, Grabe, Gans, Gipeg third row, Byrd, Smail, Corcoran, Carraway, Hood, Jenney, Porter, Fleming, Evans, Perez, Lakritz, Landwald, Sullivan, Lane, fourth row, Dr. Caldwell, Miss Bartels, Dr. Beebe, Merrill, Young, Simons, Grady. 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A :EEN 'A ., 5-df. a., ax 2:1 'I-.1 L, , ., , ,bw 43 59252 E K, , fx Wh: 1112 We My Lvwfxwgff, ., , , f W X Q M. W V . i. th ,, . ,Vg I .. I ,, J .-4' A 3: 7 1 Q? W K w 4' EQ l',','f L- ,fx Ji J -f ..-Q13 sfw LN. .ffl 1 . fill? My fig f ff il 51 ii Emilia E Qdm ' 3 Uh' 3 MAP 5' Mr' . -1131, 1-:gif nf Y Y 'sk' K ' CQW 1 V 'we' flu' . fbi, . 1' K V , Rig? X 1 fig.. X X 1 X E4 B," X A X 12:29 gw 9 KV Qi .4 mg, THE SOUTHERN B A P T I S T group this year included the fol- lowing students: first row, Adele Zent, Minnie Barker, Myrtle Lawson, Jo Tharpg second row, Al Zent, Grady Koonce, Herbert Coffer, Henry Coffer. INTER - VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP was composed of the following students this year: first row, Carson, Jeannette Tar- pley, Tyler, Cameron, Hall, Gipe, Wuerschmidt, Wright, I-Iapke, Whittleg second row, Tarpley, Lindquist, Bollenger, Rowen, Gis- son, Daum, Jones, Gardener, Eaton. NEWMAN CLUB, an organization for Catholic students on campus, had the following members: first row, Lammers, McCarron, Rood, Guiney, Van Hulse, Reitelbach, Graceg second row, Frisbie, Dona- hue, Spicker, Masching, Garbac- zewki, Lee. f-" W"-Q-N.Z"'-'-,""" fff'-Q'-ir' sf-' ' " Q.,' ' 'va-.. .. , f - . .- f .-,..,. . .,- , . . :I 4, .V .U , -5, Vx , .. , X' V, ,V f V, ,4 4 K .-u.- ,'..'v-f--' W 1 V, td :rg-,Ax I' gulf'-.-9. 170 01"tS A 5 . Hg f W . ,er , A 59' , v ,..,,,vgf?'g' N. iftg' L-C5 In li.. 34 ' sq, My , F 1231822 msxgi Nqzikfgi b YY. . F 154- ' L 'wfw Iffxgagi- y : eff'-.mm'mg,,A , ig. ,V W, Wfys-V -sv -,:'g,. QV 5-W L Y ,ggzj ,'Qm,,JEPfe?g'Wf,fg? f fm ' ' Egg MW 3 ., - , ,f -f . A, A -' , X. wk.: cf D G?--vvv -W ff ,sv 59""f W qs 'Q fm . W"1U'A'w ya "i'.? 41 'I .M F Gif LJ 3923 V+-'wif gf4n11'i3-W'fle.'fim-Tf"'4iW'x 1.-. P Dirt! 172 'nuthall LAST FALL, for the first time in three years, the University of Arizona once again had a football team. Since only one of its members had played before, and few had any college experience whatsol ever, no one expected much from it. But that team astonished us all by smashing through all opposition, ending the season undefeated and untied and setting a record which is unequalled in the history of the school. The Cats scored a total of 193 points to their opponents 12, gaining 1016 yards rushing to 2483 and the other statistics told the same story of undis- putable superiority. Responsible for this record were Coach Casteel with his staff and the 1945 varsity letter-winners: Clarence Capps, Iim Coppinger, Van Cunningham, George Durrazo, Bill Elder, Fred Goslin, Leigh Heath, Clyde Iohnson, Steve Kolesar, Larry Lawrence, "Iiggs" Lent, Lowell McDonald, Alex Mendoza, Bob Morrison, Boyd Morse, Bill Penn, Bill Peterson, Ernie Schaefer, Warren Steele, Nelson Stevenson, Bernie Weinstein, Ed Wolgast, and Verne Wuertz. au' qv-"""G CAPTAIN BOYD MORSE Ready to go! Left End MU. CV asus VERNE WUERT2 ' Right Guard JIM COPPINGER Right End Six more points! Arizona 52 Flagstaff H A CROWD OF 11,000 SZIW Arizona open the season with a one-sided vic- tory over Flagstaff. After the Cats scored twice in the Hrst period, the out- come Was never in doubt. They seemed a little nervous at first and fumbles were frequent, but the mistakes were scarcely noticeable amid the beautifully executed running plays and the spec- tacular passes. Flagstafrws lone score came in the fourth quarter on a long desperation pass, after a series of stiff penalties against the 'Wildcats had put them in position. wt! . .. :wiv 5',,,,- as 'easy-W-e' Expert blocking paves McDonald's 'way to another touchdown. - ' Q 2 aiswigfl jf 5 - wsvixpilm if F j Q -gel-v new . .Ms c f sea-tQsge'g3K5Mg,.yQZ1w tis, 3- Beal breaks away for a long run. iznna 45 San H'Hqn U FOR THE EDIFICATION of 25,000 spectators at the eighth annual San Diego Shrine Benefit, the Arizona Wildcats trampled over San Diego State 46-0. Before the onlookers were comfortably seated a 60 yard drive cul- minated in a plunge by McDonald to start the scoring spree. lt was Penn on the next two touchdowns, snatching passes both timesg Wolgast made the Hnal two scores on runs of 60 and 58 yards. CLARENCE CAPPS R. Halfback assignee flriznna 30 Williams iold ll PACED BY the wily speedster, Fry, the Williams Field team threw a few scares into the local fans but the VVildcat defense tightened at the crucial moments and the visitors never really got close to pay dirt. One of the high points of the game was Beal's long pass to Morse before the end of the first half. 7 ui' if , 1. .:-a ' F 'E Yi L W . . v:a,a,:-2E::1E2. 4 x Q -F 27-f ' ,175 .,.,.,. H .,.,., MEEIC' .3-I. I E M R Q a W W 1 QM f -15 if ,.,, -2 S M A Z K 1 H 5E9ug,.t,. ,H 5 7 ' 'sig ss H se- s E , ' - ,:-in-:.: -11-'I' - ' H :K W . V- . . N M . sis ,ye H Q H ,R 3 -al" 3 E fe Q - -V- fqm H fs' H -f ,, ' -- 1 Q ie- 5 H I . 1,1 H551 ,swam n it H 4 , H E., -2 wg' Egg a E emi 'T' .... V ' ' '- 55 I 1 M-7 :WH Ea Va. ., ,M H 1 V 1 we-Wg ' W t ma xim-gm, was if 3, H ,. sr - -Q f V fief' it an-Q , r w . , QQ. 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Nwvwwf 1 :A ,wwf 6 .:i1.p-fm ..-M,-iw-1 M N N L-, if www. .,-,1!q,Q5"'ff:- ,X if -X ,A sw ' W 1 . , sf -k we x 4' vv' I 7, H ww Rgmya - im N A..x .Q is ,K 38. ti s ED WOLGAST left half f fi swings:- J E , M A gms? .egg aw -i Outa my way! Let go! CLYDE JOHNSON rizuna 23 San iequ ll EOR THE BENEFIT of a Mother's and Day's Day crowd of 8,500 the Wildcats polished oil San Diego State 28-05 and so Hnished Arizona's I-irst undefeated, untied football season since 1912. San Diego's only threat came in the closing minutes of the first half when they reached the Arizona three-yard stripeg but the attempt bogged down and the gun sounded before they were able to rally. Charlie Beall's pass- -I left guard ing was particularly notable, and Captain Boyd Morse ended the season and his own collegiate career in movie-like fashion when he snatched Ed Wolgastls pass for a touchdown in the last 50 seconds of the t s-H WERE, ,. xli- -Q as game. BILL PENN right half ii A R THE FOOTBALL season finds basket- ball coach Fred Enke at his job as line coach and one of the best scouts in the business. In his own collegiate days, Enke played guard at the University of Minnesota. -si s .-'S 'Xe fs . RETURNING from a four year stretch in the Navy was Bud Robinson, back Held coach. Bud, a stellar end on the Arizona team of '33 and '34 had been on the coaching staff since his gradu- ation. Pagc 179 Thanks lliel . . . FOR THE smashing revival of foot- ball on the campus, and with it a lift in the spirits of the entire school, and for putting Arizona's team back on the sport pages of the country as one for which none of us need apologize. 1945 RECORD Arizona 52 Arizona 46 Arizona 30 Arizona 37 Arizona 28 ... .,... mm wmv.. 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Harder Ilnnferenee Champions GENIAL FRED ENKE celebrated his twentieth year as basket- ball coach by taking the team through its greatest year, clirnaxed by an appearance in Madison Square Garden where the ,Cats drew Kentucky, the favorites and eventual winner, and were de- feated by them 77-53. In the regular season Arizona won the Conference championship and lost only 4 of 29 games, three of these during the first semester, before several First stringers had returned to school. x - 4 Em 5 ss Jw 'iss 1 know, teacher! Outa my Way! H ..-if. 11 ff 5, . - 'WB' - 4. r.. 4' ' , , ,. ,.,'- D, -2- -I-1.35 - .-5.5 . "w,duH -, ,mf . S 174- '-'ff' 'LU --'JS'- ,,,..Y..,,.. ,V -,--- Q-rd-MQKW. 4.1: " '-H - EZWQTFV ' If Q 84-fffww .1 -V '- sms, Q - -sq-'-.14-:J .r:.7g ag ,',.. --:g55 gE,.4a': B H E ' "' HQ--F9-v,-Je' H 1 9 ' ' :im 71,1 'L -an 2 -1 ' " - fl - .. hu H ss ' -j 'L V1 Q! -' A , fm H, J wzrg .1-.1 41 E ZX X8 g S 'A-v: all ' , . 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THIS BOOK goes to press before the tennis team enters the Border Conference tournament May 10, hut thus far they have had a full year, playing in the Southwestern and Arizona State Closed tournaments in Tucson and the State Open in Phoenix. A trip to the Coast resulted in defeats by UCLA and Southern California, both by scores of 8-1, with the doubles team of Houghton and Van Fleet taking the only wins. COACH "ZIP" LESHER is Page 189 LM wa Garth Donegan, two year letterman, recently discharged from the Marine Corps. Page 190 Brant Smith, only four year letterman and last year's captain. w.-ve., 'diihmy fi .--....--mi , ,f"a'fjj.I i 4 frm Lgsl red Houghton, No 4 man, teamed with Van leet to win the state closed doubles champion- hip. NEB No. 1 man, Tom Van Fleet, lost a close one to S. C.'s Tom Falkenburgg and was Arizona state closed singles champion. sw- M ni Page 191 mm H, wmgdgn Q ,L W QE ,ai ss H mx L, M lx 3. ba 1.51:- H. . 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McKa1e's team stands ten wins to three losses, an encouraging beginning to the first varsity baseball season since the War necessitated the sports being dropped. Thus far the New Mexico Lobos have provided the only inter-collegiate competition, losing four games to the Wildcats. In a trip to Mexico the Arizona team came out on the short end of a three game series Winning only one game. Until now the only other team played has been the Latin-American Club, to which the "Cats" lost one game, winning the other two. Page 193 -X ma ss KS mga amz mmm ms 1 ms-M ss 1 ss mass .ss mm mm gg? B Q E my H 5? 5 2 magma? A ms an an a GEORGE GEN UNG Pitcher ROY PULLEN Shortstop BABE HALL Outfield wa was ms :fx ww . an ,mms me amish . w MUN 'mm ., E ME asfwgiibff. New wwe W H 1, 1, xx' wx -M M xuwkii in HSE. B " H MV' mmm? EXT wmiiuiz. 7 'Uf2E?'fQQ ,Q Mm M , 1 Mmgpw , mwwf xx ,X ,z insfu as ww an S x x m me v mu in 1 QL sam any uw- mtg: .il A L, .- :-uh - f 'ai' - 1, fl ll ikf' ' 1 "A 7 ,H M 4 ,, X Intramurals Page 195 me ii B"f?Ek"S Now tuck Jack Anderson, Kappa Sig. in Q mg' mi ww W-EK Wg? H Big Hg, Q ,Ma EE engl- 3e15',,,,,1 team, agua,-W Bmgg aaa ,wi Fghi .Sw fl me Y: ai m,.,.Vig VE K emma Swimming THE KAPPA SIGS took an early lead in the race for the intramural banner, by taking first place in the opening event, the fall swimming meet. Delta Chi furnished the main competition and Sigma Chi placed third. Outstanding performers included: George Calhoun, whose diving form entitled him to first place in the low board exhibition, lack An- derson, who turned in a very fast fifty yard free styleg and the Sig Alph one-man swim team, Vinton Pierce. The Kappa Sig team: Gene Anderson, Johnny 0'Keefe, George Calhoun, Tommy Taylor, and Bud Carr. Fnuihall A CLOSE GAME between the top teams of each league decided the intramural touch football cham- pionship with the Co-op eight taking the honors by nosing out L.D.S. The Sig Chis took third place honors. get. Snug Bob Bukey, SAE, is off with the ball as Paul Monier, D e l t a Chi, comes up for a stop. it 'K I -se, If , Jock Post, L.D.S., tries one around end. The championship Co- op team of John An- gulo, Les Sutherland, and Van Taggart in the back fieldg and Ernie Oldham, Jim Pickrell, Skeet Dunn, and John Smith on the line. ,sf-we V .ws-2, , Jw W 97 iwx, X A aff U . Q A 2 ,,, . X, .::. ,,,, W ., ,Q 1 f D Magi, -'H ' N 8 .ff ' " :-.:.: A . -. :::: ' .M .. , A giZ:'ig.gg.g fff K - . zf'E1.5,aJ3 if 'll' if if gi my 2 35-wg, if , g Mg gz- w fig, 5. 'mix , aw an hw as sm an . 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MIR is A The Kappa Sig diamond men: standing, Clarence Capps, Jim Negri, Ed Koehler, Fritz Bernardg kneeling, Don McCain, John Ju:g, Harry Towhig, and Braxton Whit- aker. Jim Negri, Kappa Sig, scoringg and Shanty Hogan, Sig Alph catcher, waiting. ur ,, ' Jim Powers, SAE, was high point man in the fall track meet. Page 200 The SAE's winning track team poses for the photographer-3 from left to right: Sveinn Gislason, Jim Powers, Ken Bair, Vern Wright, Vint Pierce, Bob Bukey, and John Anderson. FIRST PLACE team in the fall track meet was SAE followed by L.D.S. and Sigma Nu. The spring meet found Co-op on top, followed by SAE and Sigma i. Hank Mayhew, Sigma Nu, took first place in the 330 and 660. Winner of the men's singles, Bill Stevenson, completes a forehand. A Bill Stevenson and Burke Tolbert shake hands after a hot tennis match. Winners of the men's doubles, J ack Magee and Burke Tolbert. Q Tennis THE YAVAPAI HALLSTERS came through in the intramural tennis tour- nament by beating out Kappa Sig for first place honors. Phi Gamma Delta took third. W 'uf "1" HF eq" or A391 Page 201 w Page 202 3. Qi --4 hu... 5-A Y. Softball is another favorite. OUTSTANDING WOMAN ATHLETE for the year was popular Helen Edwards, Theta, and an Education major. Helen's specialties lie in the fields of tennis and swimming. In her junior year she retired the Individual Swimming Trophy, having won it three years in a row, and in tennis I'Ielen's recent accomplishment of winning the Women's Singles, Doubles, and Mixed Doubles Titles in the Arizona State Closed Tournament was an extraordinary feal. Here Helen shows her diving form. Page 203 ,fw- F I LG7.rr-.mb "' Y .. . -, .- asset - ,. - .isisfgafigf , me wily? , K ,qi , E mimi, s s ffm iw ,iff P ,. if 'Yup I4 T fiig Ed ' .ff "fi ti i, Barbara Falck, Theta, does a twist. 1K'k? She was high-point diver in the f Q mam Fall swim meet. i is www 2? at .5 ,gf H. M Q, 1 . aff? v 'lr -We if , S i r ww- ,A , J-L mini .2 5, R, F, is gm im 2 i, 'N ' he 'gum H an 1 Swimming SMILING PI PHI mermaids captured the swimming crown from the Thetas. Happy winners are: lean Lusby, Martha Nowels, Suzie Iacobs, Barbara Pea- body, Priscilla Mullins, Alice Best, Ruth Misbaugll, Lyle Morrison. 43 Page 204 THE ANNUAL fall swimming meet this year saw Here the gals are getting ready for a quick take-off in the medley- relay. new champions crowned in every division. The Pi Phis won the team competition by nosing out the Thetas by a narrow margin of 4 points. Another new winner was Marguerite Iones, who copped the individual hight-point trophy with 11 points. Other winners were: 50 yd. freestyle 50 yd. breast 50 yd. back 75 yd. relay 100 yd. relay Diving 100 yd. freestyle Edwards, Theta 32" Iones, Phrateres 41.4 Peabody, Pi Phi 36.8" Pi Phi 56.2" Pi Phi 13.3" Falck, Theta Iones, Phrateres 1:17. 711 Marguerite Jones smiles after winning the individual high-point trophy in swim meet. ' A.W.S. Prexy and Rodeo Queen form a splashing duo in the novice tandem event. ii-if WINNERS OF the Hockey Inter-group championship were the Phrateres shown above: Hrst row, Catalanotto, Houghton, Keehn, Kundtz, Kavanaugh, second row, Wilson, Sykes, Brad- ley, Iones, Furrovv, Perkins, Bryant. Winners of the Inter-class tourney vvere the Iuniors. Hunks Page 206 Scrambling after an elusive puck A in a practice session. J 'fm Pat Davey follows her drive. She won the Fall Open Tourney. A Above are the members of the golf honorary, Putters: Sylvia Smith, Mollie Hudnutt, Annette Porter, Susie Bassett, Jodie Erichson, Babs Morrill, Millie Burch, Pat Davey. Molly Hudnutt gets set for a putt. She was runner-up in the Fall Open. 'I Page 207 The winning Delta Sigma Basketball team: front row, Pat Aepli, Marian Christian, Joan Crisp, Lenore Dykes Lynette Campbellg second row, Maggie Smith, Pat Davey Maxine Hancock, Joan Lowry The Delta Slgs de feated the Chi Os in the finals. ' THE BASKETBALL Championship this year was won by the newly-formed but potent Delta Sigma team. The Delta Sigs, sparked by the brilliant play of Lynette Campbell and Lenore Dykes, stole the crown away from a hard-fighting Chi Omega team in the finals. The Chi Os were winners in League I, while the Delta Sigs earned their finals berth by a Win over the Thetas in a close fray. Basketball season this year was again limited to inter-group competition with a total of 15 teams participating. The teams are vieing for the perpetual trophy which takes 3 wins for permanent possession. Needing only one more win in order to retire the trophy are Gila Hall and the Chi Omegas. Pa c 20,8 Phrateres' F l al Bowling Tournament Champions: Priscilla Hull, Barbara Perk- ins, Janice Braclley, and Dorothy Petty. Miss Kling a p sses out some vital informa- tion to curious bowlers. THE SPRINC i 1 1 ana Fall Bowling Tourneys gave two championship teams to the university this year. Phrateres was the winner of the Fall tourney with a total of 1681 pins 5 next in line were Pi Phi and Alpha Chi Omega. The high individual game was rolled by Ioyce Snyder, and high series honors were copped by Ianice Bradley. The tables were turned in the Spring when the Pi Phis wrested the title from the Phrateresg following the Pi Phis were Alpha Chi Ome a V l N ' sportsleaders for the year were Charlee F '- g anc Gamma Phi. Bowling uuow and Grace Grabe. ' KXWHSI7' Bowling This just goes to show you that bowling is fun-at least the Thetas think so. Dorothy Petty, Phrateres high bowler, prepares to roll a strike-she hopes! Mary Robertson watches to see how it's done. The Chi Omegas display mixed emotions. 'Guess it must have been a strike-or down the gutter? The Alpha Epsilon Phi bowling team rests between frames. W 'A www xr Three champs admire the Singles Perpetual Trophy. Outstanding tennis players in Racquet Club this year were: first row, Ruth Corbett, Maxine McCain, Marian McKale, Mary Cunninghamg back row, Marie Jacks, Kay Pfeiffer, Nancy Rob- ertson, Ty Hughes, Bebe Harris. Members not shown are Dorothy Lamb, Virginia Grose, and Helen Edwards. ' F' V,,. 5,2 TLT ,., 555532: 'Mi , -14 'x Tennis I Helen Edwards has a determined look for this volley. This Spring Helen copped three titles in the Arizona State Closed Tennis Tourney, winning the Women's Singles title with a victory over veteran Lillian Hester, the Women's Doubles with Kay Pfeiffer, and the Mixed Doubles with Tom Van Fleet. QFiENFm'sx" if ' ' fa 4' THE YEAR 1946 was a banner year for tennis. On the schedule were three major school tourneys: the Singles Elimination Championship, the Inter-group Doubles Tourney, and the Inter-group Singles Tour- nament. Winner of the Singles Championship was Freshman Mary Cunningham, who was victor over Mari Lou Bailey, two-time champ. Mary will have a good chance to retire the coveted perpetual trophy before she graduates. In the Inter-group Tourna- ments the Thetas stole the show by winning both the Singles and Doubles Championships, defeating the Kappas both times for the titles. mer. Mary Cunningham-new school champ and an outstanding junior player of the nation. Already winner of many titles, Mary is planning to play in the National Junior Championships this Sllm- Kay Pfeiffer, who teamed with Helen Edwards to win the Womens Doubles, seems to be enjoying this volley. Here the championship Theta team display victorious smiles. The members were Virginia Grose, Dorothy Lamb, Helen Ed- wards, Barbara Falck, Kay Pfeif- fer and Lutie Graves. 213 . is 53421 Xi . s,-W: A 5' is 1 as H' x- -wx in pi Z, Ba ehall S7856 Pat Rogge, sophomore, rounding first after hitting a long grounder. Doris Kundtz, sophomore, siwings and misses. The smiling faces of the juniors after winning the inter-group baseball tourney are: Andrews, Keehn, Davies, Faber, McCain, Hyer, Campbell, Aepli, Grabe, and Hazard. THE IUNIORS Won the inter-group baseball tournament, after defeating the hard-to-beat sophs. The class of '47 has now won the inter-class tourna- ment for three years in a row. In the spring inter-house competition, the Chi O's rook the honors, defeating Maricopa in a close, well-played game. vm pf!- f Prepared for an afternoon 0 practice are the members of the Archery Club: Joanne Walz, Har- riett Hyer, Corinne Holst, Peggy Andrews, and Ruby James. A score of 400 in a Columbia Round is the requirement for member- f feminine Robin ship Hoods. Archer in the club o me me f Corinne Holst lines up a bulls- eye. Corinne was winner of the Fall Open with her best score of 418. KNP-f .P ' -1152.5 0 -93:4 m. 1, '-,V ZKQBFPS. li, Members of the Maricopa Cham- pionship Volleyball Team were: iirst row, McCain, Smith, Don- kersley, Bradshaw, Flickg second row, Morton, Frauenfelder, Yar- brough, Cook, Fleming. The 1946 P. E. Major Club: first row, Garey, Brookfield, Collins, Kundtz, Hyer, McCain, Campbell, Pavlichg second row, Rogge, Jacks, Grace, Nelson, McCain, Bennett, Donisi, Blair, Webster, third row, Bryant, Smith, Peabody, Morri- son, Williams, Born, Tremarko, Hughes. Earners of 1000 W.A.A. points are these members of the "A" Club: first row, Griffith, McCain, 0'Haco, Edwards, Mewshawg back row, Pfeiffer, lVIcKale, Harris, Camp- bell, Mclntyre, Hyer, Babbitt, Bryant, N01't0l1, Born. 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'-.,. .zuefme 1 ,sis-.1 .N , H - 'M H " ' 'Hit V fa vnu mu , Sins Bw -,QYWW Phrateres' members are: back row, Perkins, Ferguson, Thomas, Urwin, Hunt, Guiney, McCormick, Mrs. Edna Snider, Naylor, Buehrer, Wolfe, James, Jenkins, Robles, fourth row, Heuser, Rice, Carini, Williams, Barney, Randall, Sanders, Judy, Wilson, unidentified, Dolph Broome, Uvodich, Hall, Petty, Tarpley, Reed, Utt, Gin, Knagge, Houghton, Panos, Arceg third row, Hull, Herman, Dow, Grady, Bowen, McLean, Bingham, Camerson, Carson, Armstrongg second row, Dent, Wren, Tackett, Nikas, Pritchard, Pender, Van Kirk, Fishman, Fickett, Sykes, Bradleyg first row, Kundtz, Kavanaugh, Pulos, Rice, Schultheis, Partlow, Cossett, Hammonds, Meyers, Stein, Smail, Howard, and Catalanatto. ! Phraleres ONE OF THE outstanding service organizations on campus in which all town girls attending the university are eligible for mem- bership is Phrateres. Meeting weekly, the local chapter has had Billie Naylor as its president and Mrs. Edna Snider as advisor. A major service performed by them this year has been the assistance given the Dean of Women's office throughout the year, mainly through the filing of records and maintenance of permanent tiles. Phrateres also has the projects of regularly visiting the Comstock Children's Hospital, Ryland Farm, and the Veterans, Hospital. if X At each of these places the girls conduct musical entertainment, - ..v'1f discussion eriods and other or anized activities, in addition to ' .4-U.:-t-2: , ':, "Tr" , P , , g . , Q- i donating food and gifts to the patients. Parties and dances are f held for convalescents at Davis-Monthan hospital, and a further X ' ,I project is the annual Easter egg hunt given the Yaqui Indian chil- ,QS..gQ,if "'i if' '-1' I dren. The organization also has its own social activities and has if"Uv:i.' A. :i3,,"'2i'f-1- 1 - - 1 .yi a share in the planning of most general campus affairs. BILLIE NAYLOR, President During the formal rush tea held the first of second semester, Vera McCormick, Billie Naylor, and Mrs. E. T. Snider preside at the serving table. is is xmQna were Sim Q .Qi Hmm MZ wail, , 5'2" B. is Y' 5 H .. ii ' 'II Q, .. ,. Em ' ,v :TQ . H ' .X 1 I all ,4 -, , I 1 The Executive Council is com- posed of: back row, Janice Brad- ley, Vera McCormick, Mary Guineyg front row, Barbara Per- kins, Billie Naylor, and Barbara Herman. Members of Phrateres-Geraldine Hammonds and Gloria Gillen- entertain patients at the Com- stock Children's Hospital. ,Haig-1 ,, . ' ' ' 0 . -.sf-x .".---.- ' 1 .. .f4' l - U - .W .ww V.F.W. members consist of : fourth row, Beard, George, Goddard, G. F. Herrick, Pulido, M. J. Goodsen, Hamilton, Macy, Bol- ton, third row, Crockett, Zimmerman, Thomas, Fried, McCabe, Grainger, Hoffman, Stout, second row, Blake, Stevenson, Revello, Harmon, Sweeney, Moyle, Fellet, Espinoza, first row, Martin, Stevens, Slutzky, Oliver, Getty, and Snell. elerans nf nreiqn Wars THE VETERANS of Foreign Wars organized on campus in December of 1945 with Hal Slutzky as their Com mander, and George Herrick and Mel Goodsen, faculty advisers. The post has about forty-Five members on cam- pus all of Whom have served overseas in the United States Armed Forces. With the Ari-Vets and DAV, other 7 campus organizations for veterans, the VFW held a Spring Festival Dance on May 3 at the Blue Moon Ballroom, at which time they selected their pin-up girl. Other social functions have been held this year in conjunction with the downtown post of VFW. Besides Slutzky, other oiiicers serving during the year included Bill Oliver as Sr. Vice Commander, and Al Windblad as Ir. Vice Commander. .-x,sx' I 1' 24. "?'i""'1 V -5 . , Q. hiv, '. ..- , . M. eh 5'-5 -E iw , .V'f"u -,.. 'x DURING AN ASSEMBLY in November, 1945, the campus organization of Disabled American Veterans was presented its national charter. 'Williain A. Allison served as Commander and Dr. Albert F. Gegenheimer as faculty adviser for the year. The campus DAV keeps in contact with state service officers, and is thereby able to as- sist veterans in financial matters, schooling, etc. Special projects of the year included sponsoring boxing matches, a Spring Festival Dance given in conjunction with VFW and Ari-Vets, at which a pin-up girl was chosen. A ban- quet was held, following their installation, with Governor Sidney P. Osborn, the national Sr. Vice Commander, and the state Vice Commander of DAV as special guests. Besides Allison, other officers for the year included Russell Goddard, Sr. Vice Commander 3 Thomas H. Stout, Ir. Vice Commander 3 Iames E. Thornton, Adjutant 5 Donald G. Byrd, Finance Oilicerg and Iames Ryan, Chaplain. - t isahlell American Veterans DAV members are: baek row, Rose, Garbaczewski, Bowers, Lauerman, Slutzky, Goddard, Dr. Gegenheimerg second row, Biller, Stout, Byrd, Snell, Clairmont, Thornton, first row, Dincalci, Goldman, Weiner, Stevens, and Brain. ' lf- essex- w,, .-- v , 11- ,, , ' r -O -.F ' lc- U , x N , ajggw- I b . r vs ,A iii- ' X Ska' " 1 y yy ' v , f v' U, 4. K A was -4 A F qi' l .1 .T ll .' "F . e mama if , at , 4 at Sk, 'F in ,.?Q.io 1 ..- . A 'N' A A i' 5' G - vxpgg- W -' 43' x " u. , ra-tu 'sr' 'E' .Ne L F ,,axM,A:, v. E 225 OCTGBER OF 1944 saw the organization of Ari- Vets, student veterans' organization. Commander Herb Brown, assisted by C. Z. Lesher, faculty ad- viser, led the group this past year. Membership is open to all veterans of World War Il who have been honorably discharged. It is the object of this or- ganization to assist in every Way possible all veterans of World War Il who were in active service on or after September, 1940, and who are now students or members of the faculty of the University of Arizona. Veterans coming to the university will find the Ari- Vets offering a helping hand in securing room ac- commodations, getting acquainted on campus, re- gistering, obtaining advice on courses, and in pre- senting many social events. ri- els 7L ' at GQEQXSK' E7:3nQ5f41EE5 Bs - ,msggfs as , --, .4 f ww ,J H , ss- 1 use " is HERB BROWN, Commander Ari-Vet oilicers include Hal Slutzky, George Kocher, Bill 0'ConneIl, Herb Brown, and Max Strom. Townsmen ORGANIZED in November of this school year, the Townsmen look to the social and service activities of off- campus fellows. To be eligible for membership any male student must have lived one year in Tucson prior to his entrance into the university. Leading the group this year was lack Adams, president, Luther Davis, vice-presi- dent, Harold Goodman, secretary, and Bill Ieffries, treasurer. In the line of service, they supervised the registra- tion of parents on Mom and Dad's Day. The social life of the group included joint affairs with Phrateres, with Whom they also combined to present their assembly skit. Townsmen members are: Top row, left to right: B. Kalt, B. Jeffries, J. Magee, B. Voorhees, Prof. G. F. Herrick, E. Banks, D. Feldman, middle row: D. Sitler, I-I. Dobyns, B. Grove, P. Levy, J. Hardin,fP. Monierg bottom row: T. McCleneghan, R. Reed, R. Ponce, J. Adams, H. Kittrell, L. Lampner, C. LePine. A 7 THE END of the war did not halt Red Cross activities on the campus which were carried on by coeds with as much enthusiasm as in war- time. Led by Aline Kinnison, campus presi- dent, and Iim Schnake, chairman, the Red Cross held the annual drive for funds which Went over the top again this year. Motor Corps workers Marge Kennedy and Jan Zinser drive canteen workers and Nurse Aides to their respective jobs. Canteen workers Pat Brown, Audrey Hatch, Glenna Brindley, Barbara Frank- man, Nancy Goyne, and their Motor Corps driver, Winifred Farrell, at the D-M Air Transport canteen. - gc 226 Hell Cross beam AFTER COMPLETING the Canteen course many university coeds Worked in the canteens at the railroad station and Davis-Monthan field. The peak of production was reached one day when approximately 2,000 servicemen were served. Nurse Aides were also needed more than ever this year and students gave many hours to this Work. E an nf wa-sm s ,ii I 1 , , s nb. ' , 5?- Q" - - . :ir ' F, f ' ag." YQ Mixing up a few sandwiches at the Air Transport Canteen are Nancy Goyne and Audrey Hatch. Time out for a quick snack for canteen workers Glenna Brindley, Barbara Frank- man, and Pat Brown. Caught in front of St. Mary's Hospital are Nurse Aides Sugar Thompson, Millie Morse, Charlotte Crow, and Annalu Byrd. U . Y' x .EL Ei Page 227 Page 228 am X aim R if sis? Nw WW , 5 ww .. sa ex fn H ..,. frvx I , E . f 14 wr' ., fs H :M uname. ww Thg 5131! FACILITATED by the return of many War veter- ans, the dramatics department, this past year, has been able to give more than twice the number of plays that it was able to give last season. Many of those presented were written by members of the department. All those connected with Herring Hall feel fortunate that the university has one of the leading costumers of the United States as head of the Dramatics Department-namely, Miss Lucy Barton. In addition to her duties as director and professor at Herring Hall, she also Ends time to write books on her favorite subject-costuming. Bob Sencer, Miss Barton's able assistant, manages the backstage Work and has taken part in several of the productions. The university dramatics group was honored when the wife of the late Thomas Wood Stevens came from the East to see the departmentis rendition of her husband's "Camille at Roaring Camp." g'My Gentle Wifev and "The Strong One" were presented for the annual Speech Festivalg and "Garnmer Gurton's Needlef' an outdoor Elizabethan play, was the final production of the department. The stagecraft class prepares a new set. Jimmie Nagel and Babette Rice move a prop into place LUCY B21l'f0l11 2105118 department head- , Spotlight on the lighting crew. t PASSING OF THE THIRD FLOOR BACK THE CAST for ". . . Third Floor Back" in- cluded Lorry Pynn, Stanley Caplan, Iames Beatty, Frank Green, Mildred Lowe, Louella Pullium, Billie Delevitt, Deke Shilds, Fred Morgan, Babs Wintringer, and Bob Senccr. CAMILLE AT ROARING CAMP HEADING the cast for "Camille" were George White, Liz Kneeland, Kathleen Lowe, Dorothy Pearce, Seid Waddell, Muriel Segal, and Iim Powers. Supporting them were- Donna Feld- man, lim Ryan, Wilma Schrader, Ioe Lanser, Isabel Epstein, Iim Sargent, Pat Biller, Bud Murphy, Iames Hall, Arthur Clokey, William Yonchor, Al Violet, VVilliam O,Connell, Ned Good, Ross Montgomery, Marvin Frenkel, Burke Tolbert, Chuck Davis, I-Ioyett Martin, LeRoy King, Iohn Simley. UNCLE HARRY PLAYING in "Uncle Harry" were LeRoy King, Bunny Schloss, Mildred Lowe, Fred Morgan, Bill Burks, Hoyett Martin, Kathleen Lowe, Loie Young, Steve Spicker, Burke Tol- bert, Liz Kneeland. -'J ff 332' T,',f1iQ,Ai-fi' '52 1 iqwafigfr 'ngafigkja Q 'N J C 7, xv? 'H X vf?f 993115191 si NQ Q' . S e f L 1 1 . v f ' :.:. . 1' 2523 A , if I if- 5 N 0 5 A I v v Sf-'dw , v r A f' W 'Y v ' X ' - rx. X I i , r: ,lik V - ,. fl -A 5511 ' 211.1 .N .. , gs M !,l .-as X I x It 'alla l . 3 ,X-,' 1 . 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M gf.-B':.fi ' ' gb? i':F:-5-'21,-1" '- .Q ' f if-W gy, "N Tig?-555435-fi X' 1-gill! : ,T f., gg'-. .1 uf- 1 559' 'yiiiv ' f'E'Q,. 3 V . ga 5-21 L"jf'1f "Q ,j L,jf's5 , ' rr -' ' '3 : 'I ' 1 f yi'.' ' Y 5? ' 2' W 1' A , ' 3-1 . he S mphnnil: hnir THE SYMPHONIC CHOIR, directed this year by Professor Hartley D. Snyder, is composed of one hundred voices. The main projects of the choir this year were the presentation of "The Messiahi' at Christmas time, and Verdils "Requiem" during Easter week. In addition to giving a number of radio programs throughout the year, the choir also went to Coolidge, where it presented a program to the townspeople. Members of Orchesis are as follows: back row: Mar- guerite Jones, Lyle Morri- son, Barbara Peabody, Bar- bara H e r m a n , Margaret Jacobs, Betsy Harris, Harriet Hyer, Beverly Webster, Sara Pulos, Marguerite Hughes, Rosemary Brooks, Ruth Tac- kett, Janet Ruggles, Donna Rogers. hss ORCHESIS IS the national modern dance honorary. In the absence of "Gen" Wright this year, Mrs. Anne Gruenwald was Orchesis' sponsor. Under her direc- tion the dance department produced its spring re- cital-"Oriental Market"-which was ll huge success. Betsy Harris, who presides over the weekly meetings of Orchesls Orchesis members pose in dance formation for the camera. Page 234 .am me ms am sm mass www mam is mn wma 'n , a wa na . ms ui W: V E ss . .V E mx w., mam -aww ,www Mm Us QB W Hg M as ss an ss x m mn ms is ss an 'HE . ..wY. Ap H ms B x-x wsu- mn my., A mn wa' mm' a a ss nm ms a Ama ss .mn ss 2 Y E Si E E ., ,.: zlz . K f' fam.: H ug -:-fa-::s:...,:-1. E H H H 1 H V1 " :f . D H E H . v 5, ig-A , M ,K M H ' Y 5:5 .:.:.:: rs . - 1 a lissert llueen a a uma gg, BSE ummm a m i L' -Q :E or 2 A 5: Em I ,I .. 35:-'I' , -. 6354 IEAN ANN RIECKER, Kappa. Alpha Theta, was crowned Desert Queen for 1946 at the annual Desert Dance. Hailing from Los Angeles, lean was a junior this year, majoring in English. Theta's pride and joy is a tall brunette and very popular on campus. Active in campus life, she represented her house last year as a member of Plan-hellenie Council. In the field of sports, swimming, tennis, and volleyball are among her favorites, she is also a member of Desert Mermaids, women's swimming honorary. ' i Off to school from the Theta house. . Posing in her room with favorite teddy bear. p She likes rodeos, too. Page 235 i mmi Kardon QM, fluff 4 y -n -1-U a .www -wfmn mums ,mama X-wx-mfsa .gdgwm v-wa5iQfiEE ixgfgggsi ss mamma B wma-agalms nmnmnmnw. mamma ww . ss mf mam-,.-1, an w E wa L H wang: Bmw w :.: .:. :i..:.-. n .:.g:.:-.:.-::.:- gf E , E , 4,4 nu Q B m B 1 vi, -:,g.f:f :.:y E W, -f .... . 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Desert Queen candidates were: standing, Marie Nor- dyke, Helen Brown, Virginia Crosby, Ruby James, Mimi C a r ls o n , Thelma Lyle, Yvonne DiPeso, S h i rl e y Harrell, Jean Riecker, Beth Hengerg seated, M i c h a e 1 H e m 0 v i c h, Joan Lowry, Donna Kurke, Mary Leach, Shirley M u n d a y, Annalu Byrd, Betty Lou Estes, and Carol Blake ' xx 345 THE IUDGES lhniuu Dr. Roy, Dr. Percy, Mike Casteel, A. L. Slonaker, and Adreas S. Andersen. CHOSE THESE FINALQ ISTS ..'... Mimi Carlson, Mary Leach, Jean Riecker, Virginia Crosby, and Shirley Munday. I . AND SELECT ONE lhliu. from finalists Mary Leach, Mimi Carlson, Virginia Crosby, Jean Ann Riecker, and Shirley Munday. IN 1921 the Desert Staff decided to give a formal dance in order to publicize the yearbookg this dance has since become a U. of A. tradition. This year the judges for the queen contest were: A. S. -Andersen, Miles Casteel, G. D. Percy, Francis Roy, and Louis Slonaker. nA rep- resentative was selected from each house and hall on campus and a dinner .given for them, at which time the judges chose five finalists. At a later dinner the judges decided upon the one to be crowned Desert Queen, the most coveted honor a coed can achieve. This year that honor went to Iean Ann Riecker, Kappa Alpha Theta. . .To BE CROWNED QUEEN A . . . . . Gilio Mattera, Business Manager of the Desert, crowns the 1946 Desert Queen. Page 241 rage 242 Htulen UIIEHII RODEO QUEEN for this year was Iackie Hinz, Alpha Phi. She is a tall blonde and calls Cleveland, Ohio, her home. Iackie learned to ride both English and Western style when she lived on a ranch near Iackson Hole, Wyomiiug, and has participated in many rodeos and races. She is a sopho- more, majoring in agriculture, and is an active member of W.A.A. lackie was chosen from a group of Hve final- ists at the Rodeo Dance by popular vote of each student attending. Her at- tendants Were: Bandy Powell, Yetta Hoover, leanne Kerckhofl, and Mary Walker. Rodeo Queen candidates were: back row, Phyllis Sears, Mona Lee Morton, Mary Louise Carini, Jackie Hinz, Yetta, Hoover, Sonia Sherwood, Barbara Young, Bandy Powellg front row, Joan Rischmiller, Ruth Born, Jeanne Kerckhoif, Jody Mc- Naghten, Mary Walker, Betty Thompson, Mary Burnett, and Barbara Weiss. rr: llman neun IEANNE BECK, queen of Arizona est: class, hails from Long rnia. Aresident of Yuma a small brunette, and favorite sport. She eautiful wreath of ual Freshman at the Blue U.'s new Beach, Califo Hall, Ieanne is swimming is her was crowned with a b carnations at the ann Dance, which was held Moon Ballroom. Her attenda Pat Ienney, Thetag Helen I , Phrateresg Mary Cunningham, Kappa 5 and Edna Wright, Maricopa Hall. I1tS WCICC enkins s Frosh queen candidates included: back row, Helen Jenkins, Pat Jenney, Marilyn Shaleff, Virginia Parks, Jean Hargrove, Agopie Poulosg second row, Dorothy Seiler, Pat Black, Mary Cunningham, Betsy Valdez, Virginia Houghtong front row, Sue ' d Edna Wright. ll's Hullln, Jeanne Beck, an Stamler, Phy 1 l Page 243 Page em X if W' it ii H if ' H IIE: !.E:::: IgI 23 mf L 'E Q. M 'i 'K '- V 5 ,Sis 'i 'A M nst lfliqillle Bachelor MORTAR BOARD chose Russ DeMont, Sigma Chi, as the most eligible bachelor for 1946. Six feet tall, Russ is a major in accounting. He formerly served in the Air Corps which he entered as a buck private 5 five years later he was discharged as a major. A Strauss-like character, he Ends amusement in classical music, he also admits a liking for the local co-eds, with whom he is very popular. Competition for Russ in this year's contest consisted of: Bob "Kyf' Thomas, Sveinn Gislason, Earl Glenn, and Ferril Capps. 244 linlrl llust Hunan EACH YEAR the Sig Alphs hold their "49'er" dance, at which time they choose their Gold Dust Queen. This year the dance was held at La Hacienda, the Theta's Ann Smith was crowned with the traditional dust mop as queen. The one qualification for the queen candidate is that she be either pinned or en- gaged to a Sig Alph. The lucky man whose pin Ann wears is handsome, blond Vinton Pierce. Jean Ann Riecker votes for her choice. Could she be voting for her date, Russ DeMont? En-ed nrmal X RN 'jx X 0 i M. V' ms" ' 1 V - x-as ,,5x if A ji 0 Q "5 aww t - is-A Q qc. .E , ...,-Q, The crowd watches the five finalists file onto the stage Tootie uses the traditional top hat to crown Russ DeMont. Ferril, Earl, Russ, Sveinn, and "Ky," pose for their admirers. for the announcement of Most Eligible Bachelor. 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V - -- . , ' H ' jhqff x, 1. 3 df 2, R" V JQQ- L -' Q' K. ,. -4-xg M ' "S-Ly.,-' A --,tx ,ff n , if . ' N5 wifi , ' .Q .X -B .- .' wi? ,gn - . As A 'Q . M 'ff.m ,,g- .ff-'V rflfvf' ' , x W ' 4., A, A A 1 m . , 1 ' I. If.. 5 A ' J' ' I 9 Ja f' r ,XQE-4 .. Wk . Lx ww -- ,W 1- if an :L gy-M, Az XS, , .. 4,- 1 I bf Xa X 'F Q -r WI Publications Page 249 Page 250 The 1946 surf fx-1 THIS YEAR the return of peaceful times brought back to us those activities which are so much a part of college life and of which we were deprived during the four-year interlude of war. In the past school year we welcomed back to our campus such things as football and its rallies, the rodeo, assembly skits, the Kitty Kat, and all the gaiety which is Arizona, but, best of all, we hailed the return of that race of .students commonly known as men. The 1946 Desert reflectsfperhaps inadequately-this happy return to normal times. Into its publication has gone one full year of the work of some Hfty staff members whose unselfish sacrifice of their leisure time made possible this annual, and whose only reward was uthanksf' To them I can only say what they have heard all year-you're wonderful. Any attempt at thanking associate editors Rosemary Griffith and Peg Andrews would be entirely inadequate. Without their persistent aid, day after day in anything which had to be done, there wouldhave been no coordination of office work. I hope you receive the kind of cooperation next year that you so willingly gave, Pegg and remember-the best Deserts are yet to be published. To Gilio Mattera and his business staff I am humbly grateful-their record breaking advertising campaign made possible the use of the colored inks which brighten the book. Matt's willing- ness to sacrifice profit in order that we might aHord a better annual was probably the largest contribution made by anyone. Thanks also to Patsy Kent, who so efficiently managed the tedious task of compiling the student index 3 to Betty Lou Estes for those countless letters we somehow managed to send out 5 and to the assistant editors who so faithfully stuck to their task of organizing their section until the job was done. I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere thanks to our advisor, Don Phillips, and to Graduate Manager, Louis Slonakerg they, more than anyone else have known the disappointments, arguments, shortages of materials, and other troubles with which we were besieged from the time the book was only an idea. Their understanding, suggestions, and expendi- ture of valuable time were invaluable to an inexperienced editor and to the staff in general. Jen .L I . iii' 4' ,ix X rf! GRIFFITH RO SEMARY Associate Editor TTERA GILIO MA ' Manager Business DREWS PEGGY AN Associate Editor ANNALU BYRD BOBBIE TULIN Technician Classes PATSY KENT Index JIM POWERS Men's Sports . ..:, ' N -if - , .., ' 1 , - 9 xg pq .IATA 0 xi :Q i,'.,. -- K 545, ,. ,.,.,.. , sl ,Q is PATTE PARKER Administration im E :QQ . nznzfliyigf H r' ' A f ' Wigs f ' : fqmfii 1:1 5 , X I Q W ' A N, -tiff 2 L-,gm .i.i A , T A. -11' 1- E - aaa s,: 5 E E Q S H ,nw H E Simi? Eiga in ?i2f'12,2'?lTIiLf:T lp MARGUERITE JONES Women's Sports ALINE KINNISON SHIRLEY HARRELL BETTY LOU BALLARD Organizations Organizations Colleges aw W SS 9-qy-Aww W , 1, . 'Q-X PAT AEPLI Activities The Staff BETTY LOU ESTES Secretary to the Editor ..4l' , . Staff assistants were: back row, Christopher, Crabb, Hammerstein, Robertson, Mc- Cain, Bragg, second row, Pool, Best, Edmonds, Devine, Pasherg front row, Hatch, Stamler, Wennen, Gillmore, Not pictured are: Hancock, Hagan, Larsen, Weiss, and Sidebotham. i The business staff included: back row, Capps, Young, Kaltg front row, Hyer, McCain, Peggs, Tucker. Not pictured is McWhirt. fan E' v 3' Other staff assistants were: back row, Watts, Herd, Rich, Hale, Goyne, Joiner, front row, Allen, Erhardt, Edgar, Loventhal, Thompson, Merritt. Not pictured are: Pink- erton, Arnold, Hargrove, Duunagan, and Combest. t 'iii A "W -2 J 'fi Kathleen Cogley, Dudley Daniel, and Anne Gillmore read copy for the next 4 I-,Q 1 f' edition. fig 5 3,592 1 9 Q A ' i if Alice Gibbs, Society Editor W 5 Tlle Wildcat THIS YEAR, returning to a semi-weekly basis once again, the Arizona Wildcat appeared on -campus every Tuesday and Friday, giving coniplete coverage of affairs of interest to the student body. Special features and columns have been concerned with the more intimate aspects of college life, and entire editions were devoted to the Engineers' Day, and April Fools' Day themes. Advisor to the stall through- out the year was Don Phillips. Page 254 BARBARA HERMAN was chosen by the Board of Publications to succeed Carol Walker as Wildcat editor. A major in journalism, Babs had worked on the paper as reporter, copy reader, and managing editor before assuming her new dutiesg she had also received experience as an assistant editor of the Kitty Kat. A member of Hammer and Coflin and Wo- men's Press Club, Babs received an award as the outstanding Sophomore woman journalist which is awarded annually by the latter organization. wr l. if 1 so FW I V, BARBARA HERMAN Editor Bi-weekly publications keep the Wildcat busy meeting deadlines. t JACK ADAMS Business Manager ,sph I U24 ,Ee 9 if yn fl, . - , -. .a22.I..".I1,, 'I 2 ' -: . ':"'g,,,,'+. , sgffggg THE WILDCAT staff this year has necessarily been larger in order to handle the increase of materials required for the semi-weekly editionsg approximately sixty students were connected with the VVildcat staff during the year. For the first semester the Board of Publications chose Carol Walker as editor and lack Adams as business manager, they were assisted by Barbara Herman and Frances Reynolds, as man- aging editorsg and Dudley Daniel and Al Steeb as advertising managers. Kathy Lowe served as news editor, and Alice Gibbs was in charge of society write-ups. During the summer months, the available members of the present staff will prepare a special edition of The Wildcat to be sent to all prospective students for next fall, outlining the campus activities for the year to come. KATHLEEN LOWE News Editor The Wildcat staff : back row, J. Mahoney, A. Ballan- tyne, F. Reynolds, K. Lowe, A. Kinnison, J. Zinser, L. Curry, F. Murphy, B. McCarron, E. Sykes, B. Katt, B. Webster, second row, H. Kittrell, J. Keogh, J. Lauver, B. Finch, A. Steebg front row, W. De- Witt, J. Hardy, J. Tucker, M. McKesson, and M. Tree. FRANCES REYNOLDS Managing Editor , l Hitt Hai THIS YEAR saw the revival of the campus humor magazine, the Kitty Kat, unpublished since 1942. With Adalyn Lovejoy as editor, the staff published four issues appearing in October, December, March, and May. The magazine was also re-affiliated with Hammer and Coffin, national honorary organization for college humor magazines. Next year, with the release of necessary materials, the magazine will probably be published in six issues. Staff members Hinton Kittrell, photographerg Kathy Lowe and John Keogh, assistant editors: Bonnie Gordon, exchange editorg and Chet Combs, photographer. A -wi Adalyn Lovejoy, the Kat's indus- trious editor. f Business manager Jack Milne was assisted by Agnes Lane. Page 257 Hn Western! . M Not dudes-the real thing! Jest a'waitin' fer the show to begin. Reed Brown, rodeo boss, was as- sisted by Hughes McKinney and Bill Brophy. ONE CAMPUS activity which the war did not wipe out was the annual West- ern Week, which was held this year with more gusto and western outfits than ever. Although the Vigilantes and their hoosegow were not in evi- dence on the campus, this was more than offset by the return of the Inter- collegiate Rodeo, a wartime casualty. During Western Week, the entire cam- pus stepped out in its best frontier garb. Pu e 239 i ., 3 , N ' 4 1 . 'Tr' at z -1' ,-. 3 'l5:',Yz' .bv ls Q, Billie Osborne and partner enjoy the makin's between events. Rodeo boss, Reed Brown, shows some fast calf roping. Spills and thrills aplenty in the women's bareback wrestling. Page 260 linden THE FIRST Arizona University rodeo was held in 1938, conceived and or- ganized by student body president, Lee Loweryg in 1940 the rodeo became the first to go intercollegiate. After 1942 this annual celebration was discon- tinued for the duration, but this year the end of the war saw the sixth annual Intercollegiate Rodeo a bigger and bet- ter show than ever before. Arizona's Toady Johnson shows some fancy steer riding. It won't be long now! gn. iw, It's a lot of fun, and no skin oiT our noses. PARTICIPATING IN this year,s rodeo were cowboys and girls from California Polytechnic, Colorado Aggies, Arizona State College at Flagstaff, Phoenix Iunior College, Texas A. Sz M., University of Wyoming, Arizona State College at Tempe, and our own U. of A. Colorado Aggies' Bill Linfoot and Ancly Leithead took home the Sears Rosebuck trophy with a total of ten points, close behind, with nine points, came Cal Poly 5 Temple and Wyoming tied for third place with eight points each. Arizona, 1942 champions, earned but three points 3 but Sue Norton won the title of champion cowgirl with 78.5 points. , Page 26 Thls blonc meant busmess, but so dld Al Vlolet he staw ed on. A ..,-' an FW Ax' 'Q-1' vglfzp 541 21155. if fx 'E,. SK L I '7 'W' I IS L ' If Well, open it up! Reed Brown welcomes Bob Hope with a frontier belt from the Associated Students. Rodeo Queen candidates Bandy Powell, Jackie Hinz, and Mary Walker pose with you-know-who. mu rium Inc. 5 as Barbara Herman and Adalyn Lovejoy interview B. H. after his show. Colonna, Sonny Tufts, Frances Langford and Bob on the air. L Iii : I. J Ah H11 G1 W N N Page 264 Q I SAHAURA SPRINGS Skits All out for the rodeo! Chi Omega skit takes us back to the old days. Q S i g A 1 p h assembl program. i1'.kfL5i'fIHINq ,. ML Sf iw fofs y Page 265 W' -W am K, H zz sum --df-1'-'rg ' LEQZSH Q1 YM -T a sa 'sm a was ss ss E x ss 1!,B ms n 1 5' up 1 , ' ..,2-- 11. ,, :gn ami? Q52 Y J- im E W K iujflll H F 2 , S9 H 3 I L I' 5 ' 5 I LJ , QM fix' nl 5588 A ms B S PURS' TRADITIO .5 X 2 K W W ' . . Y L1 X V xl u 'jr 4 S 1 .XY FS W 'W Q Q, A A I I h --'QA Hifi Em Q L .. 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COLLEGE LIFE at the U. of A. is full of vibrant living, where students are within a few minutes' drive skiing on beautiful Mt. Lemmon, hiking on the vast desert which surrounds the home of the university, swimming in near- by pools, and horseback riding in the beautiful Catalina foothills. Where else in the wide expanse of these United States could such a variety of entertainment be offered but at the University of Arizona? There's a time for work and thereis a time for play-we have done our work, so now letls have our fun! Our all-round cowgirl, Sue Norton, will vouch for us that riding is a leading sport at Arizona U. .-P' f 1 Ski Club members on a trip to Mt. Lemmon: back row, Bob McCabe, Jack Kemmler, Jack Magee, Pamela Behn, Barbara McCarron, Bud Packham, Betty Lammers, Edith Sykes, Peter Broome, Bob Shaw, Beverly Webster, Tom Hughes, Mireille Koenigg front row, Ted Dowling, Dave Lowell, Kathleen Cogley, Joe Stravis, Jan Hardy, Bill Campbell, Beverly Graham, Pat Dalton, and Dorothy Matz. LED BY lack Magee as president, the Ski Club got underway this year with six trips to Mt. Lemmon. Iust newly organized, the club used the facilities of the local Sahuaro Ski Club. Next year's plans include more skiing trips, and expanding the 300-foot run on Mt. Lemmon. Be- sides Magee, other officers for the year were: Ice Stravis, vice-president, Connie Sleeper, secretary, and Bill Campbell, treasurer. E. D. McKee was faculty adviser to the group. Sveinn Gislason, an Icelander, gives a skiing lesson to Mary Oppedal. Page 269 .:, hw 3 AW ,: - J 5 63 25 A I.-5 gf: wifi, E 2 1 :QZ Y , .2125 ' ' Q-if Q Nw- sk K 'BP W 1 5 ,sz ' Gulf llueen THE SECOND annual Tucson Open Golf Tournament had Pi Beta Phils blond, blue-eyed Bunny Powers reigning as queen. Instituted in 1945, the tournament has become a classic event in Tucson's golf world. The queen, an excellent sports- woman, was a sophomore at the univer- sity at the time of the tournament and has been a leader in the schoo1's golfing ac- tivities since she entered. She is a major in nursing and claims Tucson as her home. The committee which selected the queen included Leo Diegel, Dale Ewing, Rodger Nelson, and Mr. Hi Corbett, all of whom are prominent in the golfing activities of Tucson 5 and Fred Perry, star of the tennis courts. Hnntl llueen REIGNING AS Queen over this year's Arizona Victory Loan Drive was Berit Strengell, vivacious, red-haired pride of the Alpha Chi, Omega's. This lively and energetic miss hailing from Superior, Ari- zona, was a iunior atthe time of the drive, and is majoring in commercial education. Berit, after being crowned Victory Loan Queen, spent an exhilarating five days in Hollywood which were filled with screen tests, make-up and wardrobe preparations, premiers, and night clubbing. The bond drive, a gala and exciting event, was a great success this year due to the effort put forth by the merchants, banks, col- leges, and individuals of Arizona. Page '2 71 it L.-f 'ali ii The hiking Clllb at ease. University Christmas party. -new Railbirdsl Hillel Society: standing, Hank Beckson, Max Strom, Stan K1 sitting, Naomi Dumes, Julie Swirce, and Laurel Gans. wp CQ We Page 272 'flfb i Chi O initiation banquet. "Pick a number, DF- Afkiflsml-" Ygf gin F' as 5? 5' Buildings and Grounds Crew THE PHYSICAL PLANT of the University of Arizona is under the direction of VVilliam I. Bray, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. Ninety-six men-mechanics, gardeners, janitors and police- men-under Mr. Bray's direction, contribute to the beauty of the campus and the maintenance of the 41 campus buildings. In this department is the supervision of the pumping of all the water used on campus-on the average of 100,000 gallons a day. ,This water is pumped from 3 wells. The operation of the physical plant for 1944-45 cost 1E185,396.80. A Page 273 -amaes K W ' Q 6 'Sw V ' ' 'f'S'3?i j . Q 311.1 X E gf 1 t upgp ,qu . ,FQ -, 3, rv X , -' f ga, W , ev 1- -f - f v . .-..- .4 vm, bi L ' L W ? L fl , Q V1 N .M if ' Yi 1, , , K ff, V, 1 1 9 A 1-zz.. 52 P 1 . Ji QQ, x f A ' ,f':::z ' ' ' " f--Y 1 , K 'QL x f Q , h, gt l Q- Eng f V 1 p K Q 5 is-"' 5-5 f-, X A x-., -. ,Vw ' ' 9 Q!!! Jai , ,Q A ff, ' yygl 1 YW mf .ma , 5 N as va 1 , -5. - W ,:,AL?,fg1 1 .K A Q fm F' '??fef i 1" M hir? S2 3 . . Q '-Ull-' wisxj-FQ 51: 1 jg, gf wi my-ga, ,F -W, Sf, 1, 6,5 qw fwfr if W 'mv mf! 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SIIUTHERN AHIZHNI-l BANK AND TRUST IIUMPANY BILL OTIONNELL . . . knows that he can find Howers for any occasion . . . at . . . HI-lL BURNS, FLUHIST if Rf 1 5013714555 T xnlml fix ss E an L s- ss rn ,J "U H TR BANK 5 l l l W l i ,ir UST CO' , ff-, i , s .1 x +- fi' ' P DME RUTH CORBETT and FRANK RICE browsing . . . books . . . stationery . . . at HUWAHII S. STIIPFT Uniforms . . . service accessories . . . for military men . . . at the . . . AHMY STUHE Chic hats . . . BARBARA BEST knows ...are tobefoundin... THE SMART SHUP Fine silver work . . . jewelry and novelties . IOAN YOCUM looks for them in the . . . SANTA HITA INDIAN SHIIP p :ig DANIELS JEWELRY EUMPANY . . . displays . . . the beauty of its rnatchless diamonds . . . to ANN SALISBURY. SANTA HITA HUTEL . . . takes pride in showing . . . three of Arizona's prettiest Coeds . . . VALERIE DELNO, "MIKE" HEMOVICH, and BARBARA RYAN. EI. MEHENIJEHIJ . . . provides IEAN TUCKER and LYN MORRELL . . . with a sure way to starr a date suc- cessfully . . . delicious food . . . pleasing service. THE UNIVERSITY DH Ii IIUMPIIN . . . can fill all of HARRY BAGNALL's personal needs . . . at Z1 momentls notice. VIRGINIA EVERETT and GLEN THOMPSON . . . take time out . . . for a between-classes coke. wwE5W2 , H21 - m M W K wma sw sm m Kf- Zigisj gt wa -1 mmm sum ami' - a m wy:N - -Q mn www m 4 K y-H E .g. mx f X ' 1 new 4 ss H me x Us :E 5- E . if WSW Q 885153 my B M.,- ., ss Tig 5 sas ,,,, 1 Wgi www X- J- 5 Bs Kim ml-ii N ,Uma mam ff uma mam mf -mx m 55 Si Q ' as msn m an as za mm sms -Q mn ms mn ms mn m H. ww. as H -wt W- ME ai ge 'E u ss -H Y-,. EQ E W mx-1 -X vw at -H mn zz at .4 A H E sm a as ss as se.-5 M .M ggg .M - W- 1 1 , -me ., - gf H 11" , ' me 5 ' A , -ss T H' 1 X ss .i. -it HB2, Q - w 11 mxn my mx fx wma Q Q B ' sz .sm-. A 2 mms ass mu, .xnxx sa 4 MARILYN RICH and CONNIE PEDERSON modeling . . two beautiful suits . . from TLlCSO11,S store for disc riminating women . Page 285 When you think of transportation . . . you think of P For prompt, dependable service . . . REX GERALD takes his clothes to . . . NU WHY CLEANERS MUNTE MANSFIELD 32 years the dealer of . . . LINCOLN, FORD, and MERCURY . . . 19 E. Broadway . . . Phone 1. Iust oil the Square . . . the stopping place for students, parents is the . . . HEHIJNIMII HIITEL BABS MORRILL and IEANETTE KEMPF . . . enjoy a cool luncheon . . . under bright Arizona skies . . . at IJLIJ HHUHE PATIII Page 286 f ea "rf-'X N . . ,,. I H H , Bgyq .6 S N-sq in-f.,3xNX E ENE E my I-Nwsxxs x.X A H H me iw-t X'--,qxbg H H ' is l l fl U Southern Arizona's Most Complete Shopping Center is... SEARS-HUEHUEK 8 CUMPANY, TUESIIN Setting college styles . . . RUTH ANN MCWHIRT and FLORENCE BAUM . . . display the quality of the At Park and Speedway . . . one of the most popular gathering places . . . THE DESERT IEE EHEI-KM Ell. pm been the dependable . . . Since 1890 . . . helping to build a greater Arizona has fi J. HNUX EUHHETT LUMBEH EUMPANY Page 287 STEINFELITS . . . presents MARILYN SHALEFF and IEAN HARGROVE modeling . . . two of its latest sun fashions. THE THUNIJEHBIBD SHUI' A N N D U N N I G A N shows SISSIE TERRELL . . . the distinctive crafts . . . that makes this store famous throughout the southwest. PUHTEHT1 . . . the West,s most Western store . . . takes pride in BETH HENGER's new out door garb. DHAIIHMAN -GRAN T HEALTIIHS . . . offer this and other Arizona ranches . . . as well as general property listings . . . and insurance. AHIZIJNA IEE 8 EIJLII STIIHI-XEE BUMP!-XNY . . . send its driver MR. CHADBOURNE . . . to answer . . . DAVE MOR- RISON,s ice needs. EITY LAUNDRY HND IIHY ELEANEH5 . . . promise BILL O'CON- NELL and you . . . swift, sure service . . . accom- plished with competent hands. THE EUX-TUESIJN . . . always 'shows the very latest motion picture . . . in a modern, air-conditioned theater . . . ask IOY KALT and ,HM PICK- RELL. GEORGIA RORK and PAT SLOAN get ready for Saturday night . . . at . . . THELMA'5 BEAUTY SHIIP 292 5. 'HX IIM MCNULTY takes orders . . . from SALLY YOCUM, IEAN GORDON, and SHARLOT HELLER . . . at . . . THE VARSITY INN IIM BUCHANAN . . . looking through the complete stock . . . books . . . station- ery . . . greeting cards . . . at . . . STEINHEIMEIYS MARGERET BECKER and CHARLIE KROUSE . . . have met . . . the connis- seurs of fine food . . . at . . . llllYI.E'5 STEAK HIIUEE Tucson knows . . . that thereis always a good show . . . at the . . . STATE 8 HIALTU THEATEHS Publishing the news . . . for the thousands of Spanish-American people in Tucson ...is... EL TUESIJNESE If you're planning a home investigate the Hnancing possibilities . . . at . . . TUIISIJN FEDERAL SAVINGS ANII LUAN ASSUEIATIUN GEORGE DAMSKEY shows IOE HALES . . . his supply of . . . fine pipes and smoking 'accessories ...HE lJAMSIiEY'S -.Ps Page 293 ., wa VJ'-xi. 73'f -3439. 'L VX" K - W K Q We E: Q. ' 1 'gm W M ivgwwa, ' Qrssrm - M M Q.-faf' ' . as Q? V zimw. ' 4 ..?'s2Ff" ,A mms 1- zmmmaixxu' n -sg f , :SQ - f ' Aww? 'ww - M-H., ,wx 2 WH Wm ax. Page 294 14llIl 14IlIl ON ON YOUR YOUR DIAL PHONE er DEL PILCHER expresses visible satisfac- tion . . . with striking lines . . . of the 1946 CHEVROLET . . . at the . . . ITHIELLY MUTIIH BUMP!-XNY M9 Y ' A - zz Jvmvwwf , -W ' ' ' lust beyond the Square . . . 3rd and Euclid . . . MARTIN llHUG, Nll. 7 At Sixth and Speedway . . . MARTIN DRUG, NU. H 435 ,M Mason .W,L, ,m,W .-.-. .-...... ..... ...... V ...., , . . .. Tucsorfs finest jewelry store . . . at the corner of Congress at Stone . . . PITT'5 .IEWELEH5 Page 295 BILL PETERSON pins this lovely cor- sage . . . on his fiancee MIMI CARLSON ...in... LANBEHS FLIJWEH SHUI' ,,,1,, V,,- -Q. sm.. 1 ll' , f'ggnzng1.w : V v mc. Q N QE: Msgs? 5' ZW fix? ' " R ,ni A i , 296 T 3411119- Financing a home . . . is a big problem . . . for dependable assistance . . . see . . . TUESIJN REALTY S. TRUST EU. F or years . . . one of south- ern Arizona's leading in- dustries . . . Tucson is proud of the . . . AHIZIJNA FLUUH MILLS Rich ice cream . . . tasty sandW1ches the place for a snack . at any tune I.UVE'S Your clothes are handled . . . with the utmost care . . . quickly . . . safely . . . HI... TUIISIJN LAUNDRY 8 IIHY CLEANERS II 5 im Supplying Tucson . . . with the latest news . . . THE ARIZONA DAILY STAR . . . TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN . . TUESUN NEWSPAPERS, INC. X. For health and strength . . . rich, full bodied milk ...isofferedby... EHAMHUEI-i HAIHY MR. AND MRS. IACK HACKNEY . . . Wear the style and quality . . . from . . . a ren- dezvous of campus fashions . . . ANDY ANIIEHSUN, LTD. Y' if 'il l I Iiafincfiue fokofogralalzy CLAMOUR ...... THEATRICAL WEDDINGS .... ILLUSTRATIVE PUBLICITY .......... COLOR VUHUE STUDIU 35 s. STONE PH. 6393 One of the University's most popular free-time meeting places . . . is the swimming pool at . . . EI. EUNIJUIST1-UJUH HUTEI. Quality furniture . . . at reasonable pric ...is tobefound atthe... MITEHELL FURNITURE EU. H WW' H H We mugwkisem. QESEEEQM -Q-gfmgsw ww, H W 3 Yo ,. H Q I Z 5 Y , A AQ we i. .mggr High H ,ii gigs me New ,erwwmggQa3,meQigg,gV 5 Page 299 in may we H' t5?2'?EEi2l mm H .W tm SEE eg m me mms- nmn - E-m msn may mam mrmmmz- ms,- Musa ::N3..... . T ' ' 5 553'3W3E E' ' Emu M- ,'-1 283 , n We - M Www ss in ia mi me gg is ss W ,,1:I:-: -:-:-::5g5 mi E irmg gms ms E Bm E'm5'f?5fg?:E gmviig .E W, .Q ifigk. wats-'sax-1 ng :.:2 s:s:a:s2:f WB wwwe-E-Heike w B H Swag? wf 35 5 H N W mmm- - W gifting- ,. 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EH LITT DRUG EUMPANY . . . handles only . . . the best in cosmetics . . . personal toi- letries . . . as PAT KELLY well knows. l !:i:i!f!'in -v!fif'g MAYBE YIJU WERE Tllll BOB HOPE was the attraction! The Temple of Music and Art was the place! KVOA enter- tained With music while you waited! Itls the little Hextrasl' that count! "Extras, make KVOA your station for better listening! . . . f :ooo 1290 " A WATTS K 5 KC TUCSON'S N BC sTATloN we 5111'- jfwtaf ' Page AT BHUADWAY VILLAGE L M 4, E. ,Mx -..A I PAT YOUNG Fmds . . . the answer to her make-up problems . . . at the . . . BHUADWAY VILLAGE DHUB STUHE Students . . . picnic-bound . . . know that qual- ity foodstulfs . . . await them . . . at the . . . BHUAIJWAY VILLAGE MARKET SIGGIE LEVIN shows TOM CHANDLER . . . his "personalized" haberdashery . . . at . . . TIIIBEEHY AND TALES Rodeo Queen IACKIE HINZ . . . sets out for . . . a ride and picnic . . . astride one of the many fine mounts from . . . HU'I'SllN'5 HIIIINE STABLES Preparing for the picnic . . . GILO MATTERA and ERNIE OLDHAM . . . make sure they have the right drink . . . one from the . . . EHYSTAI. EUEH-EULA BUTTLINE IIUMPANY 5,3K.,-,N as neu-:ra Jw- v 'x 1 ERNIE and GILO . . . pack their cokcs to in- sure . . . a cold drink at the proper time with ice from the . . . HHME IEE EUIVIPANY PIIINIEIN Page 303 ROSEMARY GRIFFITH and PEG ANDREVVS . . . associate editors . . . Watch the thrilling process of a yearbook coming to life . . . A sincere thank-you for their patience .Q . . and congratulations on a job Well done . . . go to the . . . All E PHI TIE EU P!-l Y 'age 304 INSPIHATIUN EUNSULIDATEH IIIJPPEH EUMPANY . ' ' ,, ' ,z A f ffl' 1 1. Alf IA - i .- W, l. 4, -, . , X A ,J , , 1 wtf, ' 241-1-'Al' , ' AVIS- ' ?' "fi5. 'iii' - W , lfttft . V .LH wg-N.. f , ,QW zip M , ' if . ,- V5 ',,L-Tjvkg V- X , '- J, 4 ' - : - v - ' Axeuj, H , vc.:-9 W' ,Q 1 ff. - IL--5 'r at n , ' " in ' ,4:,,',3 v . . . pioneer in its Held . . . producing the highest grade of copper obtainable is playing a vital role in peacetime reconversion. , Lniggt , L Page 303 IEAN ANN RIECKER . . . seeking the best in up-to-the-minute campus attire . . . tries a smart two-piece suit . . . at the . . . IIELE PETEHSUN SHUI' Page 306 KEN HERMAN racks 'em up as students take time out for a relaxing game . . . at the . . . HEII HALL EAMES For that very special dinner date NAFE and IUDY RUSSAKOV enjoy a delicious meal in the congenial atmos- phereof... i PAULITS B E T T Y LOU BALLARD and IAY PATTERSON know . . . that pure, whole- some milk . . . always refresh- ing . . . comes from . . . SUNSET ll!-XIHY ...AL "F-ii5iEiiaBs WISSIE HOWELL . . . getting in the swing of campus life . . . finds appropriate clothes . . . of finest quality at . I . .IAlIIJME'5 HERB IVIUHBISUN PRINTING EUIVIPANY O COMMERCIAL PRINTING O PUBLICATIONS O CIRCULARS O BOOKS 9 N. 5th Avenue Phone 3838 Students know . . . that they can always enjoy an evening of . . . dining and danc- ing when they meet their friends at the . . . By arranging and conducting . . . inspection tours and Held trips . . . a great part in the success of the Mines college of the University of Arizona . . . has been played by the . . . MIAMI IIIJPPEH BUMP!-XNY AND CASTLE IJUME EIJPPEH EUMPANY, INC. PIIJNEEH HIITEL 5 1 TUUENTS ARE ALWAYS WELEUME AT EILPIN AIHPIIHT r Your friends are learning to Hy. VV hy not you? Hobby or career-You can learn to fly easily. Rental air- planes and experienced in- structors available daily from sunrise to sunset. Come out or phone for an appointment. , 'A 'Q if f 5 vf I f Y fb KN? i 000 -I - A., X , Ay it Q Private and Commercial License O Check and Refresher Flights C Instrument and Instructor Ratings O Charter Service O Aircraft Storage, Maintenance and Repair I 8 E AIRLINES EIIMPANY, LTD. TUCSON, ARIZONA 'rince Sz Romero Roads Phone 4003 DOROTHY SIELER keeps up with the changing college fash- ions . . . buying Where shopping is a pleasure . . . MUNTGUMEHY WAHIJS You can be sure of . . . good service and expert workmanship . . . when the work is done by . . . TUESIIN PHIITIJ ENGHAVEH5 v l l ' ' ' CCH ' 99 X CH lt S 07726 6l777Zl72g 77776 .:..-1A I ' When your "plans for the future' include plans if VUAVI 5 X i for a home of your own, you'll want the con- veniences of Modern Gas Heating. SO, re- member that Natural Gas is the perfect fuel A for heating and cookinv. Include Natural Gas iiii ' D . ":i "r':'I:rf1-I' 1- rclrrf in your "Plans for the Future." iilii i ZZZ .. sw-'-"' ' Q ! ! ! I 7 1 ! FW ' -0-- El Paso Natural Ga 's llompany ---H------1---l '7lw Pape .Zane 8 ,5 L 4 EI. PASO, 'nzxx F 5, awmmfz: 1 .i . ' l . mi,e-14-'f Q 1,-. 4. V .,'5 W A Jr, ive. A long time contributor to . . . the education of University of Arizona students . . .through cooperation with the Mines College . . . is the . . . A " M!-HSM!-l IIUPPEH BUMP!-lNY Page 311 Expert repair or installation of . . . any type of air-cooling or refrigeration . . . Call on the reliable firm . . . at 23 North Main . . . TIDIVII-IHSH ENGINEERING EDMPANY Wholesale grocers . . . who cater to particular people . . . offering all Tucson tender delicacies and best brands of foods are . . . BAFFEHT AND LEUN Good meals at low prices . . . served by friendly students . . . in pleasant sanitary surroundings are featured by the . . . EULLEGE Ei-XFETEHIA For sanitary linen . . . the College Cafeteria likes the service rendered by . . . I-Il-ISIGELL LINEN SUPPLY Students in need of flowers . . . appreciate the Quality . . . convenience . . . and the best of fast eilicient service of . . . service . . . are the by-words of . . . HUSAHA FLUWEH MART EEUHGE EEYEH, PHUTUEHAPHY Their specialty of Wholesale selling and de- Carrying a Complete line of hafdwafe ' ' ' the livering . . . the best brands of foods . . . has place offering the Finest materials in Tucson earned Well-deserved Popularity for SUUTHWESTEHN WHULESALE HUNSTADT HARDWARE tu. ggmgggy QUMPANY is the . . . ici. 6 J vm I l n 1 if si mmm, ,-.A - www- -. .. '43 A ,-,amy-1.5 M ,sta 'm."'t Looking for . . . superior laun- dry and dry cleaning service . . . for fine fabrics . . . IOHN KREUZMANN takes his cloth- ingto... VARSITY ELEANEH5 AND LAUNDRY 3 ' 52321.-.s E . , x an 'z 'wx ' .'I,,,'. ':""E1i5E'i'."-:--'::: f,,f":'-I 3 Sze? f at at ENE. MARY MCCORKLE . . . readies herself for the warm summer months by getting her summer apparel at the fash- ionable . . . 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V, f Y 4 Aj IQ. A, J H .4 ,, . 1 - if J' . i . HUTEL ADAMS . . . located in the heart nf the capitol city . . . is . . . I l' KGJTZIQLCJI ln Phnenlx GLORIA ABERWALD finds . . . the pricel gems of her dreams . . . waiting for her at . . . EH!-lUNlIEY'5 JEWELEH5 ' 1 1 S l l For spending a Sunday afternoon at the horse races . . . BEVERLY BYRON'S choice is . . . this trim skirt . . . and at- tractive western shirt from GGLIIWI-I'l'EH'G GGUTHWEGTEHN GENERAL AGENCY 0 FIRE AND ALLIED LINES CASULTY O SURETY AND FIDELITY BONDS I AIRCRAFT INSURANCE O H14 TITLE AND THUGT BUILDING ..... . PHIJENIX l l I Page 317 MARION POOLE Watches approvingly as TOM SANVYER, SR. tries a coat on . . . TOM SAWYER, IR .... at the headquarters for quality clothes . . . TDM SAWYEIPS nc 318 SHIRLEY ANN TUCKER and PI-IYLLIS SEARS . . . find that . . . for style and loveliness . . . you can't beat Valley-ob the-Sun-Fashions . . . famous throughout America . . . 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Zack ...............,., ..............,..... 1 11 Aeplx, Bud ...,..,................,.......,.,....,.......,..... 181 Aepli Pat ,......... 23, 132, 155, 161, 208, 214, 216, 253 Aguilu, Julian R. 51 96 Alberts, Martha .,.......,.,,,.,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,11,, A, Albro, Betty ...,....,...,.,,,..........,.,.,,....,,... Aldrich, Dick ' ..,..,,............. 105, 118, 119, Alexander, Elizabeth C. ....,..............,.1,., . Alexander, George 124, 125, 163 156 51 155 Allen, Barbara ....,,,......,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Allen, James .......,.., Allen, Nancy ......,..., Allenbach. Joyce .....,. ...,.....99, Allin, Tom ,...,. .. ....... .,............. ,..... 1 2 2, 87 152 253 99 123 121 Ames, Harry ..............,..................,, .,,..,.,,.,,, Amster, Mary Faye .,...... 154, 161 Anderson, Barbara Anderson, Dick Anderson, Gene ...,.. Anderson, Jack Anderson , John ,,.,.. ..,,., ,,,,,,,,,,, Anderson William 22, 23, 24, 51, 91, ....,.....158 199 ..,.,,.,...121, 200 1 160 , . .,,,.....,,...,,,,....,,... 29 Andrews, Peggy .,........ 24, 43, 96, 16l,,214, 216, 251, 304 Angulo, John ..........................,.,,..,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,, 1 93 Anthony, John ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 5 1, 157 Arce, Irene .,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 2 Armstrong, Beverly ....,,. Armstrong, Jane ,......., , Armstrong, Harriet Ashton, Bobbie ...........1 Atwood, Bayard ,.,.... Aurand, DeWitt ..... Avery, Priscilla ..... B Babbitt Pat , ..........., . Babbitt: Rayma ..., z4,"51Q" .........42, 103, 96, 154, 161, .,...,.l..220 ....,..165 99 . ..,... 95 .......108 .......156 ,. ..,.. 100 161 216 100 Bacon, Sally . .............,,,.,,....,.,.,,11,,,,,,,,,, 85, Barlgett, Jerry .,.1,.,,,.,,.,,,.,,,.,,,,,,1,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,189 Bagnall, Harry .,.,,,...... 19, 21, 115, 160, 284 Bahlke, Charlotte .....,.....................,,... 91, 155 200 Balr, Ken .. ....,.1...,,... .,......... .....,. 2 0 , 121, Baker, Warren ....... Balfour, Mimi ..... Ball, Kenneth ......... Ballantyne, Anne ,... Ballantyne, Tim .,..... Ballard, Betty Lou ....,, Ballenger, Dorothea ,.., , ............,....., 152 164 . ....... iez, 184 'fffffff55," 183, 252, 307 ......,,,.,,,..... .. 96 Ballantine, Larry ..,.,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 116 Banks, Edwin ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bannon, Betty ....,,....,... 24 Baranowski, Joe .,...,. ,.... Barker, Minnie .......... Barker, Rosemary ........ Barley, George .......... Barmes, Nell ,,.,,.. . .,.,... . Barnard. Earlene ....,. Barnet, Lee .,........... Barnett, Ray ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Barney, Barbara ,.,,,. Barry, Frank .,......... Bassett, Susan . ...,.. Baum, Florence ...., Beall, Charles Bean, Dick ..,.,.. Beard, John .......... Beck, Frances ..,..... Beck, Jeanne ...,,....,.. Becker, Margaret ..... Beckson, Hank .,.,....... Beecroft, Douglas ..... Behn, Pamela. ......,,. Bell, Marheth ..,.....1... Bellamak, William ........ Bennett, Betty ..,........ Bennett, Ruth .....,... Benso11, Pat ,,,,,.,,,,,,, Benton, Barbara ..,..... Bergmann, Bill ..... Bernard, Fritz . .,.. , , 51, 85, 100, 164 .....,,132 .,,..,.118 51 .......100 .......122 :i::..51, 91, 99, 168, 207 287 , ...........,.... 175 ...,,.....51, 15s 51 91 . ............ ,., .,..ffffffffffffffQf5i,'' ,...,....130, .......,112, 243 292 160, 272 168 99 . ,.,....,. 132 ........76, 91 ..........216 ,, .... , ......,... 95 126 95 , 160 ., ..... 20, Bertoglio, Pearl ..... ...... ..,........,.. 8 7 Best, Alice ...................,...... ...,,.....,.., 1 03, 204 Best, Barbara ...,.,.1.,,.,.,,,.,,,.,.,,,, 103, 253, 281 Bigglestone-, Carol Ann ...,.,. ,...... .,......... , . . 96 Biller, Patrlck ,..... ..... ......,..,......,,,,............,.. 2 2 3 Bingham, Marilyn ,....,...,. Binner, Elizabeth ..... Birmingham, Bill ...... Black, Mary Nell ....... Black, Pat ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Blackledge, Bill ,.....,.. Blair, Joan .....,..,...,......... Blake, Carol Clutf .....,. Blake, Phyllis ..,........., Blake, William ........ 'ffffQff..s,, . .....,.... 220 .......122, 160 92 " 243 129 ,........7'1, 240 112 Blaney, Joan ......,.. ....... 5 1, 78, 96 Blass, Russ ....,.... Bloom. AI ...,...,...... 162 Blue, Susan ...........1., .,..... 5 1, 100, Bolton, Robert ........ ,,,,,....,.,,,,.,,,. 2 22 Borish. Joyce ......,..., .,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 1, 88 Born, Ruth .................., ..,..,.,.,.. 5 1, 87, Borodkin, Marvin ....,. ........ 183, 184, Borodkin, Mildred .,..,,. Bowen, Evalyn ........... 216 189 51 220 Bowen, Lynn ........... , ,... ...,.. , ..... 5 1 Bowers, Carl ,.,.......,, . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 166, 223 Bowles, Albert .....,,..............................,...,.. 156 166 Boyle, Wilford Wayne ........,........... 112, Bradley, Janice ....,.., 24, 39, 161, 206, 220, 221 210, Bradshaw, Marjorie .................,.,.......,,.. 216 253 Bragg, Pac ..........,.,,.......... ......... 9 5, Student Index Brain, Devin ......, Branch, Dave ...,.,, Brannon, Ellis ,...... Bra Ted y, ......,...,..,.... Breslauer, David .....,.. B1-idewell, James .....,.. ,... . . Bridgewater, Richard ..........125, 223 158 .........164 156 Briclwcll, James ...,,.,..,...,......... Briudley. Glenna .,...... Briney, Jim ,..,. ..... ...,.,.. Brodt, Jackie .... ,.....,......., Brookfield, Barbara .. Brookhart, Janet ,,...,..,. , Brooks, Rosemary .... Broome, Peter ......,,..,.. B rophy, Bill ............. Brown, Gerald .,...,. 152 51 227 , "'5i,"ii6"' 216 . ,,.,... 51, 99, 99 .....,..100, 233, 297 ..........111, ......,...112, Brown, Helen ..,,.. ,. ...,,..................... 88, Brown, Herb ....,. ,..... ..,......... ......... 1 1 8 , Brown, Nancy ..... ,.,,.. Brown, Reed .....,...... Z1 260, 264 Brown, Richard ....,...... Browning, Edwin ....... Browning, Robert ....,,. Brumlmugh, Margaret Bryant, Bruce .............. Bryant, Jack ..,.......,....,. Bryant, Jean ......,..,, Bu chanan, Jim ........... Buckley, Barbara ...... Buehrer, Ruth ......... Bukey, Bob ....,....,..,. Bunn, John .,., ,......,..... Bunting, Jo Sayle ..,.. Burch, Mildred ,...... Burden, Toodie ..,.., Burks, Bill .... , ....... Burnett, Mary ,....... Burrall, Beverly ..,,..., Burruss, Bill , ,.,........., . .46, 51, 90, Sl, Brown, Pat ,,,...,. ,.,,, .,... .,......,.. 1 0 3 , 226, ' 112, 155, 160, fflfflfedf' 259 164 240 224 161 227 259, ..........156 ....181 ss 160 ...,...116, .......206, 115 216 158 91 51, 220 121, 200 51 207 """"16i," .....,...76, Busby, George ..,..... ,..,.. ...,.,.,..,......,.. ....... 240, Byrd, Annalu ...... .......,. 1 66, 227, Byrd, Don .....,.,......,,.. ,.,..,.................,,.,...... Byron, Beverly .,,.... C Cage, Beverly ............. Calhoun, George ....... 99 116 242 100 168 252 223 317 .'ffff.'f5'9',"' Cameron, Thela . ..,.,,...... ,..,,........,... . .169, Campbell, Bill , ,.....,..,..,, , 111," 91 196 220 100 Campbell, Kathleen .,.........,......,...,.. Q Campbell, Lynette ,... 23, 132, 208, Campbell, Richard .......... Capps, Clarence ...... 111, 175, 181, 105, 199, 111, Ili," 216 107 253 245 Capps, Ferril ......,.,.......,.,.,......,........,, Carder, Louise ................,.,.,...,,.,... ,... .,.,...,. Cardon, Brookie ....... .......... Cargiqn, Heleman ..... .,...,...............,........ Caruu, Mary .,........... ......,..........,,.,,,. 2 20, 236 Carlson Mimi Carlton: Lael Carraway, Helen ,...... Cartoon, Frances ....... Carson, Gail ....,.,,.,.. , 240, 241, ......ffffffIfi'65," 99 112 157 242 296 52 166 87 220 155 Carson, Inez ,............., ,........ 7 5, 99, Carson, Virginia ,, ,..... ..........,.... 5 2, 92 Carter, Carol .......,,.,,... .........,.,,.... 9 5 Cassat, Jean B .......,......,., ....,,....,.,,,,..., 5 2 Catalanotto, Rosie ....,....,,.........,,...... 206, 220 Chamberlin, Frances .,.....,................ 52, 155 Chambers, Dale ...,,...,.....,..,,...,. 122 181 254 Chandler, 'rom ...,.... ,.21, 111, 1543 1601 302 Chang, Chen-Siang Chavez, Don ...........,...,.............,.,,. A .,.,.,, 52, Cherney, , Sheldon ..,.. Chester, Joe ....,......,,... Chrisley, William ........... Christensen, Bernice Christian, Marian ..... Christopher, Nancy Christopher, Shirley Chudik, Evelyhn ...,.. Clairmont, Thomas .. Clarage, Richard ....,, Clark, Marilyn .... Clark, Robert ....... 156 166 108 118 94, 95, 43, ...,.95, iss, , 95 208 161 253 ...,..,.. .223 3 .... sz, 158, 160 ..103 Clark, Tad , .,...,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Clausen, Ernest .,..,.........,.........,...........,,.. Clement. Hal ............... 21, 48, 52, 107, Coffer, Henry ........ ........,.. ..,.....,... l 6 8, Coffer. Hobart .......... Coglcy, Kathleen ...... H Cohlll, John ,...,..,,..... Coleman, Bill ......... Coleman, Mary ........ Collins, Bonnie ....... Combest, Ann ....,.,... Combs, Caroline ...,.. Combs, Chet .............,. Conduct, Bud ..... .,............ Condict, Marcheta ....... Conger, Juli ....,...,,......, Conley, Mary .,.,,..,.. Conlin, Bob .,,,....,..,,..,., Connor, Lee .. ,.......,....,,.., . Connor, Mary Jane . Cook, Betty ..........,....., Cooke, Marianne ....,.. Coonan, Don ..,....,.... Cooper, Ann ......... Coppinger, Jim ....... Corbett, Ruth ..,.,,.. Corcoran, Lois . ,.,. ., Cossitt, Renee ....,.. Cowgill, Annette , ..., .........52, ..112 160 169 254 125 .,.....124, 216 .,..,.......99, 165, 257, 268 162 .........96, 111 142 99, 155, 161, 216 91 181 .......1s5, 174, 1100, 212, 281 166 99 C rabb, Priscilla .......... Crabtree, Malfred Cracchiolo, Joe ......... Crandell. John .,.,.,.,.... Crane, Wilma Jean Crawford, Al ...,.........., Crehore, Charles , ..... .. Creighton, David ...,.... Crisp, Joan .........,..... Crockett Bob .,.,..., ........81, 253 160 155 168 ..,...,. 52, .,..,,.,S1, 1 Crosby, Virginia ...,.. 111212,'51'i,"'51,"155, 240, 241 121 164 156 zos 222 237, Crow, Charlotte . ,.... ............................,... 2 27 Crowell, Bill ,,,,.,.,.,,, ..,.....,,,..........,......, 1 93 Crum, Junior ,,,,,,,,...,,,..,,..,..,.............. 183, 185 Culbertson, David ....,..,.,.,............ l,,.. Cunningham, Mary ,..... 100, 212, 31.1 Cunningham, Van ..., . Curry, Field .......,...,. Curry, Lois . ...... D Dale Dorabel .Y, --------,-- Daniel, Dudley ...,.,. Danson, Ned ..........,. Darley. Harriet ......,.,., Darnell, Sally ..,.,....., . Daugherty, Ramona . ..,,,,,....122, 215, 4' 177, ,. ,....... ....., 1 29, 104, ..........91, ....,..132, Davey, Pat .,,.........,... 132, 166, 207, 208, Davio, Helen ......,...,.,...... . ...,.................... .. Davis, Bob ,,,,,,.,.,,,, .,..,.. 2 1, 24, 105, 108, DavgsE5Luther ..,......, 52, 116, 154, 155, Daum, Bill ......... 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Viola ,,.. ,... . 49, 56, 99, 216 Ohl, Bob ........,......,. ...... .....,.,.............,... 1 2 9 O'Keefe, John ,....,.. ,...,........,.,..,......... 1 21, 196 Olaechea, Alfonso .,,, 49, 56, 106, 107, 166 Oldham, Ernie ,..,.... 24, 105, 114, 115, 160, 197, 198 Olive, Jean Gray , ,.......,.,.,.. .......,....,,,. 5 6, 87 Oliver, Bill ............., . .,...,,.. 108, 222 Oliver, Mildred ....... O'Loughlin, Pete O'Neill, Margaret ,, Oppedal, Mary .. Orem, Leslie .,...,.,..,. Orr. Don ...,......,..,..... Orth, Ellwood R. Osborne, Billie ....... Osborne, Devens ..... Osborne, Jo ........,..., Osebold, Antoinette Overstreet, Reading 160, 166 Owen, Martha .......,. P Rusty Alice Joseph Harriet .. ..4'l, Joe ......,..........,. . ...... ........ . 116 92 ..........268, 269 .,.....,56, 157 .....,...156 .........268 .......,.... ..56 . .... ..,....,...........,......... 9 l 56, 115, 154, ..,......,. .168 ..,..,....163, 220 ............168 .........166 ...,166, 225 .......,...28, 116 .......,.121, 156 Reinhard, Ruth ,... .. Reitelbach, Joan ...... Revello, John .....,,.. 169 ,..,.,...o7, Reyes, Henry ,............. .....,........,,... 1 56 Reynolds, Frances ..,,... .....,...,..... 9 6, 256 Reynolds, Robert Rice, Babette ,..,....,,. Rice. Frank .,...,.... Rice, Margaret ....... Rich Maril'n . 1 ----f. Richmond, Link ..,. Ricks, Claude . .,.,..,,....................,.... , Riecker, Jean Ann 220, 229 ,........99, ...........,.115, 253, 184, 183, 217, .........95, ,, .,..... 183, 99, 235, 240, 241, 245, 306 281 220 285 193 186 234, Riesgo, Chapo ...,.......,......,.,......................, 193 Riggs, Jim .......,....,,.......... ..............., 1 58 Rischmiller, Joan ..... ,........ 9 5, 242 Riss, Dick ..,.,..,........ .....,....... 1 26 Rivero, Antonio .... ....,..................... 1 66 Robb, Walter ................ ,........ ..............,..... 1 6 8 Roberts, Al ,....,..,....,.... 4... ,.... .... ,.....,,........... 1 2 2 Robertson, Mary ...., .....,.. 8 5, 92, 211, 253 Robertson, Nancy .,.. 23, 57, 154, 161, 212 Robinson, Jean ..,.,.,..,.......,,..,.....,.,.,..,...,... 70 Robinson, Gerry .....,,...,..,...1.......,...,.......,.. 96 Robinson, Robinson. Arla ..,., ..,, VVilliam ..... ,,....... 5 7, ..122 Robles, June ...,..,,...,.. Roden, Rodriguez, Concha Roebu ck. Albert ...... , Rogers, Donna ..... Rogers, Gail .,...,,.. Tom ..,...,..,,.1,,, 155 ....,....181 .........155 .,......57 ....,... .233 Rogge, Pat ,,,,........ .......,,,............. 2 14, 216 Roll, Ted .,,, .....1....,. .,.,,....,...., , ....,.............. 1 1 8 Rood, Patience ........,.,.,... 103, 166, 168, 169 Rorbach, Thomas .....,....1............,.......1........ 57 Rose, Don ................ ......1...1.. . ......,..,,.... 2 23 Ross, David ,.,. 2 ,.,.. .... ....,,... 1 5 7 Ross, Margaret ..,.,. ......... 1 00 Roth, Bernard ,.... ..........,.. 1 30 Roth, Sue ...,.,.,..,. Rowen, Jay ,.,.... Rubel, Jack ...... Ruff, Dorothy ....... R11 Bl' Wnn I5 . Y --.---- Ruggles, Nancy ...... Russakov, Judy .,,, , Russell, Rita .,..,.,,.. Ryan, Ryan, Ryder, Barbara .... Jim .......,, Doc ,.., ,...... 168, 169 .. ...... .99 , 233 167 ........98, 99, .,.......,100, ,......115, S 282 228 Sabatke. Edward .,... ......,.., 1 66 Sacio, Alberto ...,. ........ ......,., 1 6 6 Sackman. Dorothy ..... ,...,. . ..163 Sage, Kathleen ........, ............,.. 9 6 Said, VVilliain ....,,,... .....,.......... 1 81 Salb, Tom ,...,.,...,. ., ....... 116, 158 Salisbury, Ann ..,.,.... ....,..., 9 9, 282 Sammons, Danny , ........ ........,..,. 1 93 Sammons, Laurel B. .... ..,.......,.,..,.. 5 7 Sanders, Dawn ............ ....... 1 68, 220 Saunders, Peggy ...,.. .............,. 9 5 Saunders, Sue ,.......,.. ......... 1 03 Sawyer, Tom ,.,..,..,. ..,,.,... 1 15 Sayre, Fred ...,....... .. .,,..,. 168 Scanland, Bill .,.,,., ..1...... 1 59 Schaffer. Enos ...... .....,,..... 5 7 Schaub, Jean ..,... ..,...., . ........., 9 5 Schissler, John H. ........ ..156 Schleimer, Joan ....... ..... .......... 9 1 Schloss, Bunny ..,.,.,..,.,. ........,....,,. 1 64 Schnake, Jim ...,...,..... ....,,, ..,,... 1 1 6, 165 Schnaufer, Virginia .,..... ..,..,... 5 7, 155 Schoen, Pat ................... . .............. 95 Schultheis, Louise .. ..,,, ............... . 220 Scott, Walter ..........,.. ......,..,.,....... 1 26 Seaman, Helen ,..... Sears, Phyllis .... Seavy, Ann ,.1.,,... Segal, Muriel ....... Seiler, Dorothy .,., . Sellund, Robert ..,, , Senour. Roy ,.,....,, Seykora, Ann ..... Shafer, Mary ....,.. Shakelford, Al ..,.. 318 .......99, 242, 310 1.96, 243, ........92 288 Shuleil' Marll n ....,.,,.,...,, ..... ,.... ..... 2 4 3 - . y , Sharp, Eleanor ..,........... ........,,.........,. ,, Sharp, Ken ..,... 21, 105, 120, 121, 154, 165, 250 Shaw. 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Tom ...,.,..........,..............,..,..,,..... 126 Sloan, Pat ..,.............,,.....,..,.,.............,. 217, 292 Slutzky. I-lal .... 67, 156, 181, 222, 223, 224 Smail. Bobbie ....... .....,..,. ,...,.......,..., 1 6 6, Smetana. John Smile, Ted .... Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Alex ....,. Ann . .,..,. . Bert . ..,..... Beverly Brant .... . 220 163 162 98, 99, 211, 244 126 190 . ,..,. 189, Smith, Smith. Smith, Smith, Smith, Helen ,..... ...,....,..,.. 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Soldwedel, Don ,.,. ,,,.. 2 1, 4 154, 155, 160, 320 'i',"'4'8, 103 58, 125, Sorensen, Walter . .................,,.................... 58 Spencer, Jacqueline ....,.,....................... .... . .58 Spencer, Janet .........,.......,......,... ,........... .... 9 6 Spicker, Steve ......,......... 116, 164, 168, 169 Stamler, Sue .,..........,..,.,.. 88, 168, 243, 253 Standring, Helen Stanecker, Charles .. Stanford, Lois ....,..,. Stanley, Charles ....... Stanley, Marilyn ..... Steadman. Bill ,.,,,,... Stealy, Margaret ....,.. fj.'.',..64, 105, 157 Steeb, Al .........,........, Steele, Warren ..,..,.. Stein, Jackie ..,....... Stephenson, Dorcas Stephenson, Larry ...,... .... Stevens, Sam ............. ........ 1 08, ................116 ,...,..165, 254 .......122, 181 220 95 . ,....... 16, 183, 222 Stevens, George ..,,.. ..,...,. 1 63, 223 187 189 Stevenson, Bill ............ ...............,....... 181 Stevenson, Nelson Stilb, John .......,.....,.... 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Swader, Joyce ....,....., ..,....197, 198 222 Sweeney, Edgar ...........,..,.......................,. Swinney, Suzanne ...., .,.................... 9 1. 104 Swirce, Julie ..........,.... .. ......,,,,....,,.. 163, 272 Sykes. Edith ...............,.. 155, 161, 163, 206, 220, 256, 269 T Tackett, Ruth ,.,.,..,. ......................... 2 20, 233 Taggart, van .,...,...................... 58, 115, 197 Tapscott, Elizabeth McGuire ..,... 96, 162 Tark, Cleo ................................,..................... 88 Tarpley, Jeannette ,,.......,.,,............. 169, 220 Tarpley, Joyce .... .. ...,.. ............. 1 69 Taylor, Dick ...... ,.., ....... .,,......, 1 1 5 Taylor, Mickey ,....,. .................... 1 26 Taylor, Norman ....... ..........,............ 1 11 Taylor, Tommy ............. .....,. 5 8, 111, 196 Templeton, Jane ...,......,. ........,.,........... 8 7 Tena, Joseph .......,............... . ................ 107 Terrell, Mary Lucille .,,.... ,...... . .288 Tersey, James .................. ............. 1 66 Temple, Suzanne ........ ........,.......... 9 5 Tharp, Jo ..............,.. ....... 1 68, Thema. Jean ....... Thomas, Basil .... Thomas, Bob .... 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' ,gn mu fr 'kLi.1n... the1946 BSBTT MLAAJLBJ Ay lAe .x4d.4ociafec!.gfa1alenfJ of fda Mniueraily ofudrizana - jmcaon, .far-izon 1 .. , ,W ,X C'.,,,,,:,Lf 1946 KEN SHARP ..... Editor GILIO MATTERA . . Business Manager 1'age??5 I. ,A e 336 The publication of this, the largest Desert in history, would have been im- possible without the wholehearted cooperation of our many off-campus friends whose efforts contributed so much to the success of the book. An editor who photographs his own annual realizes fully the important part which these people play in the reproduction of the photographs which constitute such a large part of the modern annual, For this reason I am personally grateful. Our thanks to B. W. Simons, of the Tucson Photo Engraving Corpor- ation-you made our poor pictures good, and our good ones better, to the Acme Printing Company and their crew, who took such precautions with our cuts, and yet brought us out on time with their miraculous overnight job of printing, and to Ivan Mardis, of Mardis Portrait Studios, who processed our hundreds of portraits. To Cabat and Gill Advertising Agency we toss orchids for their art work which appears on our title and division pages. Thanks to the Arizona Trade Bindery, of Phoenix, for their response to our S. O. S. for a rush job of binding 3 and lastly, our gratitude to Messrs. Dean and Sterling of the American Beauty Cover Company of Dallas, Texas, whose ingenious cover is the crowning feature of the book. During the past twelve months, all of these people would have been perfectly justified in any violent act they may have committed against a certain year- book editor. To all of you--thanks for your patience. 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University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 1

1948

University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 1

1949

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