University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

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LESHER HANK LEIBER Tucson Football Coach Tucson Athletic Coordinator U. of A. Tennis Coach New York Giants Baseball BARTO DAVIS RALPH DEAL Central Arizona Southern Arizona Football Official Football Official Page 6 -:,- - .... .VV 4 T555-..1.,,ga-,,Ti......-l,.,-,-,v-..,,a - - - 'Y' '1 A financial investment . . . This, then, is your campus . . . all things to all men. The right to seek knowledge, the means of seeking it, the peoples who seek . . . these be- come as one, outliving any given generation. Held in esteem, it is pro- ductive, taken for granted, it fulfills no purpose save shelter. A campus cannot live Without the devotion of those Whom it serves. -JYQUR memory fri: Kg, A gateway to learning B 5 Z 2--- - s ge A way of life I 'YN ' tiki-""" ,V- DR. J. BYRON MCCORMICK President of the University This year marks a high point in an outstanding career for Dr. lame. B M skillfully handled the many problems confrontin the d S yron cCormick, who has g a ministration. Through his able leadership, relations between the Universit and the bl' l y pu 1C are constant y betteredg with keen interest in curricular and extra-curricular activities he has helped the school forward in educational standin Vice-President of the University of Ariiona is the able Dr. Robert Logan Nugent. An important duty undertaken by Dr. Nugent is that of coordinating the work of the Univer- sity's departments with the faculty and the Presidents oiiice. Page 10 g. I lf".x J ff. gs QM-N r-, .5 X'-ae, DR. ROBERT L. NUGENT Vice-President of the University nlsrnnrlon THE BOARD GF REGENTS Front row: Clean T. Knapp, Tucson, Mrs. Joseph Madison Greer, Phoenix Sam H. Morris, Globe, Honorable Dan E. Garvey, Phoenix. Bock row: Lynn M. Laney, Phoenix, W. R. Ellsworth, Mesa, Linne D. Klem- medson, Phoenix, Clarence E. Houston, Tucson, Walter R. Bim- son, Phoenix. John M. Scott, Sholow, is not shown. Page 11 C. ZANER LESHER University Registrar JOHN L. ANDERSON University Comptroller Duties vary and are numerous, but these otlicers collaborating together grease the Wheels to make our University run more smoothly. Registrar C. Zaner "Zip" Lesher, has been kept more than busy with the new Hood of students this past year. Filling the position of Comptroller is Iohn Anderson, efficient guardian of our fair Universitiy's purse strings. Page 12 Offic 6' E S QP' ,UI li Riff 12,25 '7 ' C0 ' ' ' 'Z ' 2 v .,' L' av 50 02: 'E iv N ers Of in'st1' tion R. ANDREW E. DOUGLASS ROBERT L. HOUSTON DR. R. S. HAWKINS COL. THOMAS Q. DONALDSON CHARLES U. PICKRELL DR. EDWIN F. CARPENTER Dir., Trcc Ring Laboratory Supt., Bldgs. and Grounds Vice-Dean, Col. of Agri. C.O,, School of Mil. Sci. Dir., Agr. Ext. Service Head, Dept. of Astron. '53 OLIVER K. GARRETSON VICTOR H. KELLEY INA E. GITTINGS DR. EMIL HAURY DR. B. B. EDWARDS DAVE WINDSOR High School Visitor Dir, of Appointments Dir., Women's Phys. Ed. Dir., Ariz. State Museum University Physician Veterans Coordinator M. P. VOSSKUHLER DR. RUFUS A. LYMAN DR. B. ELEANOR JOHNSON FREDERICK CROMWELL DR. V. L. MAHONEY Dir., Univ. Exten. Div. School of Pharmacy Dir., Home Economics Librarian University Physician Page 13 A Louis Slonlker his served successfully for two Mrs. Hazel MacCready has been Dean of Vkfoinen for the past four years and has as usual done ll splendid job. Her duties are numerous and difhcult. Besides being faculty adviser olf 'Panhellenic Council, she su- pervises the social and academic activities of the Uni- versity's coeds. - Our DEANS years 1s the Dean of Men Student gL11Cl'll1CC and counselling is his main responsibility, but he investi- gates various problems that confront the students and then advises and makes recommendations. The Dean of Men's office also handles men's attendance records. . . . look after us Page 14 Alumni Office Q ,4':f 'Q' i l v 3 . H H , 2 W .2 -unwise-was A. Lee Lowery returned to his Alma Mater This year To fake over The job of Alumni secretary. 1 .v "fi , , -i ' sfietzf t V -5 2 -suns.. ..nae.i.....J.4L- Members of the staff are Susan Bassett, ALUMNUS editor Dawn Dol- lard and Elizabeth Haggarf. Alumni office staff members: Daphne Coggin, Mrs, Minna Jones and ...places the finger Page I 5 As executive secretary to the Alumni Association A. Lee Lowery plays an important role in keeping the public well informed concerning University aPfairs. Dr. Nugent this year took charge of the First Silver Iubilee Reunion for the class of ,23, and hopes to establish it as an annual tradition. A project this year for the Alumni Association was to change the cover design on the Alumni Magazine. This was the Hrst major change since 1939. W .v--"' Extension Division 5-ef Q tiiisiii F as-ii-V gESWWW'EEH R mm riiggnwjggm mms,-is tm use mn- . if is ww.- were was me 2 E Y an. is -me in nu 9 is ini: nf mmm ' me an me ess, ,r-. , Q His 2134355 ' " ' is misss? it Minis ' it s sg Ti Division director MGX Vosskuhler outlines the division's functions for his secretory, Betty Lee Davis. Ben Morklond, director of the Rodio Bureou, in ci radio class. Port of the Extension Division, the Rodio Bureau beams pro- grams on the U of A's own studio. Pictured ore Ben Morklcnd, Peter Robinson ond George Morency. Page 16 The Extension Division conisists of nine bureaus. The correspondence Bureau deals with students outside the University, and the Dramatic Bureau helps in dramatic ques- tions throughout the state. Taking care of commencements and of lecture requests from all over the state is the Lecture Bu- reau. The Library Bureau is also under the Extension Division and the Extension Class is included in this division. Mr. Max Vosskuhler is the head ol? the Extension Division and has, as always before, carried out another successful year. 'L - 1 Y i Mr. Don Phillips heads the Press Bureau, handling publicity benefits concerning the University. Mr. B. Max Henkel works with Don Phillips and is in charge of sports events. The Publication Burez1u's job is to see that bulletins and catalogs are printed for use of the University. The Visual Aid Bureau has Mrs. Venice Lindsay in charge. One of her big jobs is to handle Films both, for the University's consumption and outside distribution. -41 fs! ,-,ff Mrs, Venice Lindsay maintains a close check on University's films. George Cattanach operates the Visual Aids projector, new me EWR s -e 5? ass is Biggs vis is W M3 iwjgsi - ssxs Don Phillips' responsibility is to maintain the University properly in the public eye Through his capable hands passes all news released officially from the U of A ..for the masses Max Henkel s job is sports publicity our varsity teams make headlines through his work r ' HSSUCIFITED 4 ,1- EBAY f -we W xx 1 .af I fl! P 5' WL xw"11:Pf.-, fav, Jxnxsw Q '14-L' Em 0 ' , yy .i -ga J , J -' 'Q af' 15 , , l 1 'iw I' ' - 2253, ' Hgh V 1 4 gag. lu 55:T1f5'!5 -. ' v' f . -,-:L:?Z1.. Eng:-I-,211 ..,4,, ,7.,,f:' 1 ee K ' ff 1, 151 ?EV':'lZ2??Ee2fi ni : . 3 X. 1 Q. 3: "' f fifffa, ' fi Ti! 4 .elim if ii. E: K, U I P 042-,.: 4?,, ,,, ebay-T:.,i5 gzgef-vw-,f - 'A-+---ifffwga . ff 'A ' egg 5:51 1 --A' ,Q ' A 51 Vi :3l'F'- f ' 1. 5. f Q. 1- ej"L".e ' f tg! 5 'Z- ' rib '17 - 55.1 H.. j. -,3 -. . 3 e "And 0 cor in every garage , , , even faculty memberg , ,ln STUDEIITS -.q-WA---1-. -A-MSL Q -4 X. i . L , 1 ,TT Q n I 'x 1 Ar "uLr ,I ' - If' ,P Q - Q. , 25 sauwvil 1- r .i. ,... ..- FL61 fi: if mn mn my Swv mmf m m fa as .ff H ' ' ' 1.4 7 ' 'Eff f' ifqffs gs, Lf" , K f' J ya .A fffyl' fx., Jiang I 1 'lu I -ii use ms me mm a ss 4 an Ama As 'TY i.. L25 n .aww -am ww may n ss awww: swam:- H , esg mn xfmms FE in swim Qi was . Student Body Officers MERRILL WINDSOR Student Body President ASUA president Merrill Windsor dis- patched elliciently the duties of his responsible otlice, adding another achievement to his lengthy list. Recipient of a Rhodes scholar- ship, Merrill Will bid his home town of Pres- cott adieu, come the Fall, and sail for merrie England. loc Hipple, a Tucson man and big name in Arizona track, pitched in as V.P. for the year, maintaining all the while his admir- able one-point record in grades. Virginia Grose, pretty and popular student body secre- tary, actively assisted the prexyg her home is Tucson, her major, History. 'ff' l . HB VIRGINIA GROSE -"' fx , Student Body Secretary ' V V N, 3.-K if 3.15, , fl fifjxtg , . 'at P ' 'ls' ?i3i" 'H "ii -., 11,522 'V ' 'gf " L, :Fi rr' ' -'ie I Jos HIPPLE V Student Body Vive-President Merrill Windsor, Ioe Hipple, and Ginnie Grose highlighted the 1948-1949 year as Student Body ofhcers. Through their excellent leadership, the University of Arizona maintained its high standing as a university community. They have carried out an effective program to improve campus conditions and have been spokesmen in student problems. THE 1949 STUDENT COUNCIL The Council, a spokesman for student af- fairs, channels problems, grievances and suggestions from campus groups. lt's mem- bership includes the Graduate Manager, ASUA officers, AWS president, three junior couricilmen and one senior councilman chosen from the previous year's iuniors. Seated Agopie Poulos, Merrill Windsor, Vir- ginia Grose. Standing Tom Fridena, Fred Snyder, Lorena DeSanctis, Bob Martin, Joe Hippie. SWT' !lH1'W"' ,sea sv ,,.,..4.., sf . Page 20 num . ss s ., is is it N W 58:35 .. it H gig 5335. - - t W 17,1 ' xi V ,.,.,.,.. , is is-is -s-is - s Vial , ,ii as sl s s s s s s - . Q H I .... .. ' I .. . 1 :V ....... ,... 1 I I -si s s s 3 L -"' W if H ' E H i H 1 is I A X W I ff mg E.: ti, l- ' . . . . I t ' 4 K' K' if . ws" 1 nz- -: nz- . .- L .:-: I so ,f se. H 5 sa., :igi F L E W , -L 2' - A we.. . Ni: 5""?f-, :mtg ' H W W H "fe . 0 , s at ' Q: . I .4 gg 1. iss is ss. ..- Q V sw, ,. ' " . -: as s its as ass sw . r --gs 1 s MII . as if-i " Irina fuss is as gms is g IIXEIII Y A '. an.: s s pm a is p is s ima is E I I 4 V A ::,.:.: g, ,f ' it 55? I II I ggi.-I , I .. 1 '- t was -.J I, , ,, I i I I X s , ,st s s I. it . , nv sg 'iz 1 I l -, Q as ' ' :-: 'nl ' , , X f .. we ' -' if 1-t l S l I . ":-:.5i5 it--i x as mann. its .t : ' , -- -- s.f I . s , t fi L essays: a Q s ' if s ssmssiiais i lg -KF ii : sag is 3 . I 'PM fU! Y 0 t, Q' , i Q , 5. .:. is - t 3 - I 'Tv " - I :Q:.- .:. is at if ' ' " .t t i ss ws is SS 'L t at si- s ii ss II . 4 I ss. ' ea' Top Phil McLaughlin, Financial Manager: Charles iBumpsJ Tribolet, Graduate Manager: Stub Ashcroft, Activities Coordin- ator and Publications Manager. BOARD OF CONTROL: seated Robert L. Nugent, Vice-Presidentp Agopie Poulos, AWS President, Presidentp Virginia Grose, Student Body Secretoryp A. Louis Slonaker, Dean of Men, Standing Chandler Flickinger, Blue Key Prcsidentg Joe Hippie, Student Body Vice-President: Merrill Windsor, Student Body President. Board of Control he Board of Control supervises all aspects of student activity and approves the Finances alloted to each group. The board has full power of disposition and appropriation over all funds of the Associated Students. At the end of each semester the Graduate Manager, Bumps Tribolct, receives prepared budgets from the managers of each division and submits it to the board, whose decision is Final. In addition, Bumps oversees all the functions of the Associated Students and in collaboration with Pop McKale, director of athletics, schedules all sports events on campus. Heading the financial division is Phil McLaughlin, who does the bookkeeping, pays the bills, and handles the payrolls of stadium crews, etc., for the University. C. "Stubby" Ashcraft administers student body activities. Besides his responsibility for publications, furthering basketball, track, baseball and football, Stubby supervised a successful rodeo at Kinsley's ranch. Page 21 ,Is s E 'sais' mans sin .w as is-as is 'si The Commntees . A ,Wa ' .Mt M .W Tags-.V: V .-K . , I I The ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE, responsible for the year's series of assem- bly programs, included B. Young, G. Welch, J. McNulty, G. Frame and W. Grinnell, chairman. ..,,, s gs The PUBLICITY COMMITTEE, whose responsibility it was to spread the good word, was composed of: front row J. Bragg, M. Windsor, B. Udell, J. Cristyg buck row M. Blakeslee, L. Schallar, A. Cowgill, G. Cun- ningham, P. Lawson. The TRADITIONS COMMITTEE, instrumental in promoting campus -spirit, had os members: front row F. Snyder, J. Evans, N. Kinney, Y.lCiruzzi, chairman, C. Johnston, H. Slateg back row T. Fridena, B. Williams, R. McPhaul, F. Randolph, E. Louck, L. Hutchison. Page 22 Training grounds for community living, the Executive Committees, are composed of interested students who devote much of their time and energy to make campus life at the U of A full of absorbing activities and student spir- it. These committees include the Foun- tain and Bookstore Committees which work as advisory groups to the manag- er and reflect the student reactions to their administration. The Elections Committee supervises student body vot- ing in all elections. The Publicity Com- mittee handles publicity for ASUA activities and functions. In charge of extracurricular activities during the school year is the Social Life Commit- tee. The Traditions Committee helps keep alive the traditions of the past and encourages participation in college ac- tivities. The Assembly Committee plans skits and a variety of programs by and for the Student Body. A I . vain -, x The FOUNTAIN COMMITTEE, insuring efficient operation of The Co-op, consisted of: L. DcSanctis, R. Charles, P. Lawson, R. Howell, chairman, L. Langdon. II v The ELECTIONS COMMITTEE, poll supervisors, were: front row D. l-Ioll, L. Burcham, J. McFarland, G. Hammond, M. Pralf, hack row H. Avilcs, B. Bliss, S. Davis, R. Jones. , Page 23 :L -m- Nazi-vw us-as Vs- a 24 x 1 41.2.4 .-A. . 3, .... C., . a is is is K is a is is 1 -. ' r ZW se' H-is Q. Y. . ir? no sg-.la mr me -in L I NL sf . .E gf: A' fx is V 3 - n- 11 . 5 f.f..f . X-1 - X . if ,I is , -4 Q- E 3 B m xx 'iz svn' J . . s L gi-'M I L -z Mmm -ms is-m-is s-mn .-mn wx. is we-m ,, . www: . ui:-fm .,-Sz. i" is - a v - I A I E I .. .,. V, .,., , . . , ... . B 3 smlsv 1- ' . ...Q The SOCIAL LIFE COMMITTEE, indispensable to o co-ed campus, included: front row E. Whilnel, Miss Carlson, J. Bragg, E. Rich- mond. back row B. Tolson, W, Pollard, R. Stubbs, chairman. The BOOKSTORE COMMITTEE, supervisory body, was composed of: seated S. Chalmers, M. Windsor, P. Pullz, J. Green. standing J. Evans, F. Snyder. ,- -y,,,,,,.,., ,,, -:-r' r gm z Q a :ax -. P: -, . V, 1 -H ,.,. . , .I . ,y Y' ,, , . EN F . 5 F: , v-,.ri.,,M,:,,, 3 A C . ,rig I , A W , 4 1 if , , r .. , Q T!! xii 33 7 4' C, 3 W 3 The AWS General Council for '48-'49 consisted of row I M. Marston, N. Dennes, S. Present, S. Madrid, J. Ginsburg, Jane Cooledge. row ll J. Boevers, E. Fairbanks, K. Pender, A. Poulos, Miss Carlson, B. Valdez, L. Flurfinfi, N. Holt. row III M. Wilson, B. Robinson, V. Wilhite, F. Seale, K. Johnston, S. Ganz, T. Yoshiga, and . in . The Associated Women Students, under the auspices of the Dean of Women, control the school events and outside activities of the U of A coeds. Besides these regulatory measures, AWS sponsors a great many of the social events held on our campus. During Freshman Week, the Wranglers, big-sister sponsors for incoming freshmen, escorted their "clogies" to the Freshman Women's Tea in Pima Hall to meet the Dean of Women and her staff. The all-girl costume party, Co-ed Capers, was held in October. Skits were presented by the Women's honoraries, refreshments were served, and prizes Were given for the most original costumes. "Tvvirp Week," a turnabout in traditional dating methods Qp.25j, was culminat- ed by the AWS Formal on Dec. 3 at El Con. On April 29, all of the organizations on campus were represented by booths, floor shows, games and spook houses at the annual All-School Carnival. The final event in the Spring for AWS Was Women's Day, which began when recognition and honors for student activities and achievements were made at the morning assembly and ended with the University Sing on the steps of the Greek Theatre, both men and women's organizations competed for the awards. Over 500 women balanced cups and discussed collegelife ot the AWS prexyl Agopie poulosl wielded on experienced hand 01- the Freshman Women'S TSG- if WGS V10 m9OI'l IOD t0 get inside! tea table, here assisting guest Pat Graham. 3, , , s . N . Q . , i -U 75, J f' A Rrge 24 ' 'iif ggi ii' Qt N . . W ,S 'T 4 l A. W. S. AWS officers who guided coed destinies: Bonnie Robinson Secretary, Vida Wilhite, Treasurer, Agopie Poulos, President, Kathryn Pender, Vice- Presidcnt. These four students made AWS a working organization devoted to the interests of the U ot A Coeds. nxt A Sfiiiffwmf , . Q W ,ff 5 Lp, :. fm -- ' ' is am fox W if K ,, , 1 iw , ix me After a hectic week of girl date boy, everyone relaxed and had a good time As usual, the Coed Capers brought out the ingenuity of the Freshman girls. at the Coed Formal-at the girl's expense. An active imagination, a little paper, some yarn, and a lot of grease paint con transform a coed into Tonto or "The Egg and I," COED CAPERS, women's night ot the university, brought out F.S.T. in a funny, punny skit. Left to right, lyou find 'emi l. Burcham, M. Windsor, B. Robinson, G. Ellsworth, L. DeSonctis, M. Hamilton, FROSH OFFICERS who sparked their class through an active year: Fronf Beverly Clark, Secretary, Jody Thompson, Treasurer. Buck Doug Ward, Presidentg Bob Bailey, Vice-Presb dent. The FRE SHIVIEN Besides wielding the gavel for the Freshman class, Doug Ward, already Well-known to all his classmates, is busy in a number of varied activities and is a member of the University track team. Dougys friends in Bisbee are proud of him and are sure that he will be outstand- ing in his college life. WVe are inclined to agree. Assisting Doug is Bob Bailey, a Tuc- son lad who always wanted to go away to col- lege. Bob is one of the bright catcher pros- pects in next yearls baseball picture and is bound to be a success in any field. Petite Iody Thompson handled the books for the Fresh- man class and hopes some day to go great guns in the advertising World. For the present, most of her time is taken up gaining experience as advertising manager for the Kitty Kat. Blonde Beverly Clark is an activity girl plus. She is putting her experience to good use by Working on the Desert staff and the Kitty Kat. Enthu- siastic in all sports, her main interest lies with Orchesis, the dance honorary. Freshmen Midge Wallace, Bill McDowell, Kay Stunz, Jack Starr, Mary Shellenberger and Bill Griffiths exchanging the latest news between English lA and the co-op. Page 26 E. 'BSS H. as .H exam E A1 is - ' a .-.X .4 fr- 1' The well-worn steps of historic Old Main provide a little relaxa- tion for Prent Yandell, Joan Haymann, Barb Gotthelf, Joan Thomas, Russ Lyon and Jean Haymann. The hrst yen' Unlversity-ite is not long on campus be- fore dxscovermv that his class is a thing apart-with certun respons1b1l1t1es. Somehow each year the huge stone A high upon A-Mountain is badly in need of Whitewash, and it falls to the freshman class to do the honors. Qi' i' 5230 ' '1 -M , A -1 yf H Myf 5 -yg,-3 1 Who swiped my beanie? J- . 5, it Yi. . Y, ' I W-9' 5 , , 'Z t is J ss ,425 A r-V' .if f it gg M M 1-r. ri , 2 - N 4 . 5 1 ffgwiagjgrh w -fl 7 -we N" ' we .L V-if lwiiviiin-. L...Xr3 L' :il SOPHOMORE OFFICERS, blessed with both foresight and retrospect through a full year of leadership, were: Front Roman De Sanctis, President, Jan Bragg, Vice-President. Buck Suann Walton, Treasurer, Pot OReilIy, Secretory. "Miss Arizonalify," Liz Whitnel, surrounded by Spurs who sponsored the first Miss Arizonality contest for the campus polio drive. Seated are Sue Walton, lrrnanea Bur- chom, Elizabeth Whitnel and Gilberta Cosu- lich. Standing are Mary Blakeslee and Norma Matz in front of the tally board showing Liz's winnings by two full lengths. The S O PHOIVIORES Presiding over the Sophomore class was Roman De Sanctis, voted last year's out- standing freshman boy. He is well on his way to living up to everyone's expectations, having already won a scholarship on grades. There was hardly an activity on the campus in which vivacious Ian Bragg, vice-president of the class of ,5l, was not interested. Active in Spurs, WAA, and Mermaids, Ian would be an asset to any school. Singing Sue Wal- ton, secretary, organized the campus polio drive and succeeded in chalking up H700 for the University's contribution. Between Spurs, classes and Co-op, she still found time lo broadcast on the Matinee at the U of A. Pat O'Reilly balanced the books for the sophomores. Known for her wit and acting ability, she was active in the dra- matics department and radio activities. As a member of Putters, she has played in many golf tournaments. vu-Moi WWW'-.l 55 " Nj, 5 , .'fl'fff'lIflfiIllu -,,,.5f- ,-,-,.,....-- vl,..-- assist" ' -,.,,..-1- ' ,..,.-.f- I4---f In Page 28 P it l Renewing The traditions for freshman women thus year were the members of the national honorary society for Sophomore women SPURS These Included row I M Ojda, C. Houston, P. Lawson, J. Boevers, P. Stanley, B Boyne P ORelIIy S Madrld S Bolce M Blakeslee row Il L. Lambert, P. Spencer, G, Cosulich, B. Udell, L Chrappath L Brooks K Johnston J Doughty R Goldstein, P. Pultz. row Ill A. Condit, B. Hughes, B. Casfelan, M Krabbenhoeft L Donnan, J Bragg N Matz, S. Walton, L. Caffrey, S. Seabury. U v v v , ,Q 4 N 'iam ': 5 R, . Q V, . ifgfw it if? . E Q .5 'Q as s n rv or lake, -s x is vista 'A' 'ki"a'f ,fi , -em 5 r , . H52 L . 1 -WK is su- , thy-,w'54"' wi sms as sg rw, f safe: '-Mamas " age 1 inns , ,- .Ri3,M-- N wee-ERE ,Wk vim 13,34-s , 55539 .i: W t Eggs et,3r?aRg:TkQ .pw --5 eww We 45,1-35, it fir? , .Es ,.s,,,s,'i . , to .K z , ws-it 5 . W. st if M- fads X f-rr1rgfA.,, 04, v K .. Ls.,s.,g,,,s.a,1 it W, , Q ,m4ivs,,,M,,,, M. , , we f ,. .M , ,A s-self ..,.sii., W if .bm N, HM ,513 Remy, wt 5 germ, . 'fr yes '.,,t:s,..5'.r1 VM-ss '.!M5s3f1e , . get -jg-Q wx, - QYYQSF , . 'H'-'V Mus. sr ti '49 as 4 sp at ' 'sms ,',,.,...xf.,f'4s'..-.. .r Officers of the Junior Class had a good record to show at the end of the school year. They were: Earlene Boyd, Secretaryg Peggy Boice, Treasurerg Jim Bartlett, Vice-Presidentg and Lowell Bailey, President. Cutting o class was inevitable for these five iuniors when Spring finally arrived: Midge Foersfer, John Blessed, Art Jackson, Bob Ingram and Nan Parfet. The JUNIORS All-around sportsman Lowell Bailey was president of the lunior class. A three-year letterman in baseball, Lowell tried out his pitching ability with the Cleveland Indians in 1948 during their stay in Tucson. He has also scored in campus activities as a member of Sophos, Chain Gang and the "A" Club. VVhatever Lowell does, we know he ,will be major league. lim Bartlett, Hrst year law student, served as vice-president. He found time to work on the traditions committee and to participate in track meets. Secretary Earlene Boyd is to be noted for her activity and interest in the music hon- orary, Sigma Alpha lota. Chosen as a fra- ternity favoritc, this line arts major is a queen in her own right. Versatile Peggy lioicc efficiently combined her duties as junior class treasurer with various other campus activities. A ranch girl, she is vi- tally interested in the raising and breeding of quarter horses. l'i1gc' 30 L, "' . . Wfizfiii CHAIN GANG, mcn's junior honorary, carried out various activities under the direction of the administration, the department of athletics and the graduate manager. Members this year were: row I L. Perry, J. Fentress, J. Mora, N. Johnson, L. Bailey. row II H. Quinn, L. Rothschild, K. Willis, J. Pottenger, D. Ellis, F. Udall, L. Perkins. row Ill B. Phelan, J. Jett, VJ. Wallace, P. Bryce, J. Savoy, J. Hansen. Not pictured: F. Snyder, S. Solot, T. Fridena, J. Mills, J. Black, H. Benham, W. Mann, F. Dodd, D. White, B. Davis, M. Johnson, T. Waddell and B. Van Lone, I -1 .,.,, I A I ', ' Af. ,ue V' LH,:,,ah' xv X ara., .., ' Y -:Eg 5- D .., n w. , K 3 .g. W. 4- ' np . , Q 'P ' 3.i- .Qi 522' i':' ' " -.-. . ' . -M :. 5 Y - ,jf ' .' ' fi it Q ' ... I' , :fd i. X A 4 I . ik I IJ ' I: r 0 .iii I '- -A if-We ' i n -:-: -ii iii' ' he - , A . 2 3, f .1 S ., ik X. ' - Q. if- "1 ' - L F.S.T,, honorary for junior women, sponsored numerous campus projects, including the University Sing. Members were: row I I. Burcham, M. Hamilton, M. Shelton, G. Ellsworth. M. Windsor, J. Ginsburg. row II E. Fairbanks, L. De Sanctis, B. Robinson, E. Richmond, A, L. Summers, V. Wilhite and J. Folk. Prlgf' 31 Senior class officers look confidently to new horizons. Energetic Lou Gibney, class treasurer, is a mining engineering student: Chris Gillmore, popular campusite, is majoring in French and is secretory to the class, at right is Lew Kluttz, serious, capable pre-medical student with law inten- tions, who is vice-presidentg in back, class president Bill Penn, whose name is classic on Arizona'S football gridiron, and whose major in business is to lead him into law studies. THE FORTY-NINERS One hundred years ago across Arizona came a host of gold-seeking op- portunists, eager to find the shiny substance which promised great wealth. To- day, a century later, another band of "forty-ninersw sets out into another World in search of new riches. The Seniors of 1949 look back on four inernory-filled years of preparation, for them, commencement is the gateway through which shines the gleam of a productive future, aglow with opportunity. Paige 32 BLUE KEY BLUE KEY promotes the in- terest of the University of Arizona. One of their major projects was choosing the finalists for Desert Queen. In this honorary for up- pei-classmen were: row 1, I. Evans, B. Howell, C. Flickinger, R. Greer, I. McNulty, row 2, M. Windsor, I. Hippie, I. Cherry, F. Kessinger, I. Bryant. I .H www 'Ji gm- ww. -H-I' sh ,,z 1 mm I I, X.,- ,. ...mm S818 MQBTAB BCI-XRD This year's MORTAR BOARD, composed of outstanding senior women, sponsored one of the most successful college dances, which .J ii featured Frankie Laine as guest artist. For the year 1948-1949 they were as follows: row 1, V. Hough- ton, R. Hammerstein, K. Pender, row 2, I. Lyons, A. Poulos, V. Groseg row 3, S. Christopher, M. N.! Moore, F. Plunkett, and C. Gill- more. -,f BGBCATS Seeking to mould student opin- ion and keep alive spirit in thc student body, the BOBCATS, senior men's honorary, included: row 1, G. Lent, R. Greer, I. Bry- ant, B. Howell, I. Evans, row 2, F. Kessinger, M. Windsor, C. Flickinger, G. Welch, I. McNulty, and VV. Penn. Those not pictured: R. Garland, E. Lewis. . W NAT rl. - N " . H . I ,:..... -... 1 .Mi' 'H .my Hmmm W. I 36 .m I -L ,, -gg, E l f . , me X at B8 E X H mtisnwa 9x95 js sy' be Ii si . E I En? sg. W.. in wi-10's W1-Io Arizoua's chapter of Who,s Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg membership is awarded upon the basis of academic achievement, plus outstanding service to the University and participa- tion in extracurricular activities. Front Virginia Grose, Kathryn Pender, Fay Plunkett, Virginia Houghton. Second row George Welch, Merrill Windsor, Bob Stubbs, Jack Lauver, John Evans. Back row Jane Lyons, Agopie Poulos, Marion Moore, Elizabeth Whitnel, Chris Gill- ITIOYE. Not pictured are Jack Bryant, Joe Cherry, Shirley Ann Christopher, Annette Cowgill, Joe Hipple, Fritz Kessiriger, Gordon Lent, Jim McNulty, Bob Martin, Joe Nesbitt, Bill Penn, Bandy Hadley. Page 34 As tlic incztndcsccnt prospect oli E' as graduation and termination of the so-Iiumiliair campus existence ap- proztclics, tltc Forty Nincr with 11 soul for memories will lind time for ll bit ol? rclrospcction. His nostalgic glance out tlic front g2llC rcvczils the Square. servant to six tliouszmd transient cus- tomers in furnishing the necessities olf cxtrzicurriculzu' living. This was once tlic outbound terminus of 21 quaint old trolley linc. :ss mtmfwi E 'Um Xu - Mrs W X I 4' ixjsfjix H X' lwX8"gH 5 '5 v 5 .. it Psa! lin, n , rg asisiiigxs, W, V , Yiiingiia ii K gh: I H I .-4 .- link . ALICIA ABBOTT Liberal Arts Milford, Conn. FRANCISCO B. AGLJILAR Education Tucson, Arizona JUNIUS L. ALLREDGE Engineering Mesa, Arizona BARBARA ALLEN Liberal Arts Birmingham, Mich. ANN AMMONS Business Phoenix, Arizona CHARLES E. ANDREAS Engineering Bisbee, Arizona RUTHANNE AUSTINSON Liberal Arts Phoenix, Arizona PRISCILLA AVERY Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona JOSEPH D. BAILEY Business Tucson, Arizona H. ROBERT BAKER Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona ROSEMARY BARKER Education Clifton, Arizona RICHARD C. BARR Mines Ajo, Arizona ANN AKERMAN Agriculture Arcadia, Calif. MARVINE ALBERDA Liberal Arts Grand Rapids, Mich. JOHN G. ALLEN, JR. Business Tucson, Arizona THOMAS E. ALLIN, JR Law Tucson, Arizona Q THEODORE ATKINS Liberal Arts Kansas City, Mo. BILL AUGLISTINE Liberal Arts Aurora, Illinois DAVID BABB ITT Business Parker, Arizona JANET BAFFERT Education Tucson, Arizona MARIA A. BALDERAS Liberal Arts Phoenix, Arizona PHYLLIS BALTIMORE Business Glendale, Calif. A. V. BAUER Business Tempe, Arizona CLEON L. BAYS Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona T. O. BEACH Agriculture Prescott, Mich. PAUL H. BECKMEN Engineering Prescott, Arizona LAWRENCE E. BELL Engineering Bisbee, Arizona BILL BELLAMAK Fine Arts Superior, Arizona MARY S. BERRY Fine Arts Greensboro, N. C. ANDREW PAUL BESICI-I Engineering Superior, Arizona MARILYN BINGHAM Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona N. FRANKLIN BIRTCHER Law Globe, Arizona LIONEL BLAIR Engineering Miami, Arizona ROBERT BLISS Liberal Arts Safford, Arizona HOWARD BOLJLTER, JR. Agriculture Tucson, Arizona FLORENCE BOWYER Education Phoenix, Arizona EMANUEL BECKSON Liberal Arts Phoenix Arizona VIOLA S. BEERS Education Canandaigua, N. Y. ROBERT BELTZ Business Clarkdale, Arizona WILLIAM G. BERGMAN Law Mt. Lebanon, Pa. ROBERT J. BEVER Agriculture Gila, N. Mex. JAMES J. BICKERSTAFF Engineering Douglas, Arizona EDWARD B. BLACKMAN Engineering Chicago, Illinois JEANNE BLAIR Liberal Arts Phoenix, Arizona TED BLOODWORTH Business Douglas, Arizona JOHN BOLINGER Business La Jolla, Calif. DAVID BOYD Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona JOY JOHNSON BRACKEN Education Wickenbu rg, Arizona While Eastern schools llouncler in NVIIILCIJS uncontrolled whiteness, Ari- zona golls in sliirtsleeves, its back- yard ski plziygrouncl neatly corrallecl on Mt. l.emmon's nine-thousand-foot slopes. When books are relegated to the shell and waxed runners come into their own, Lemmonis lure is an zilternoon or Z1 Weekend of gleeful, ski-lful frolic, still in sight of the cactus-stutldccl desert. Page 36 Nziture tvithholds no artistic eliort when she trzinsliortns Mt. Lemmon nnnuztliy into at snowy wonderland. The evergreened slopes that in sum- mer :ire at hztven from the desert heztt become, :tt xvinter's touch, at Iiztiry kingdom lair removed from thc com- mon concept of southern Arizona. The cheery lodge is host to zt succes- sion ol' student parties :is the campus virtuatlly :innexes this part of the Cattnlinats its at university outpost. 'Q-I - -5 MZ J -,nn 4' KZ! 4,- ...Q- 4'3" Q If iv 'J 53'- ldv' .em ,. ,f-v PATRICIA BRAGG Home Economics Phoenix, Arizona CHARLES A. BROWN Business Tucson, Arizona DONALD BROWN Liberal Arts Edwardsville, III. RICHARD M. BROWN Liberal Arts Benson, Arizona WILLIAM B. BROWN Business JOHN H. BRYANT Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona C3 5.9! J..-.- Q IIN' ,0- ifir""Y uh N 12:1-I' 56' .mi- 'Q- 'fits Bement, Illinois GORDON M. BROWNE Business Glendale, Calif. SHIRLEY O. BUCK Education Mesa, Arizona MURRAY BUDD Engineering Muncie, Indiana ALICE BURNHAM Education I-Iemet, California JEAN BURT Business Phoenix, Arizona THELA CAMERON Education Tucson, Arizona RICHARD CAMPBELL Liberal Arts Flossmoor, Illinois DOUGLAS CARRUTH Agriculture Harlingen, Texas GAIL CARSON Education Tucson, Arizona JOHN D. BUCHANAN Liberal Arts Superior, Arizona FRED R. BUEHMAN Engineering Tucson, Arizona BOB BUNYARD Fine Arts Tucson, Arizona GERALD BUTLER Education Tucson, Arizona WILLIAM R. BUTTERBAUGH Business Tucson, Arizona JOHN B. CAMPION Business Tucson, Arizona M. J. CARROLL Business Rising Star, Texas EDWARD V. CASANOVA Business Tucson, Arizona RAUL H. CASTRO Law Tucson, Arizona ROSE N. CATALANOTTO Education Tucson, Arizona JACK CATE Business Phoenix, Arizona JOSEPH W. CHESTER Business Yuma, Arizona BERNICE CHRISTENSEN Education Long Beach, Calif. MAX M. CLAYTON Engineering Phoenix, Arizona ALFRED M. CLIFTON Music Tucson, Arizona HESTER CARRIE COATES Education Tucson, Arizona BETTY COHEN Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona ROSEMARY COLBORN Fine Arts Dublin. Texas SAMUEL E. COLLETT Business Tucson, Arizona JOHN F. COMBS Education Tucson, Arizona MARCHITA CONDICT Liberal Arts St. Louis, Mo. STEPHEN CHALMERS Engineering Phoenix, Arizona JOE WESLEY CHERRY Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona SHIRLEY CHRISTOPHER Liberal Arts Wichita, Kansas' DONALD S. CLARK, JR Business Belfast, Maine HELEN L. CLIFTON Education Tucson, Arizona ROBERT CLOW Mines Highland, Calif. IRA S, COHEN Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona JOHN S. COHILL, JR. Business Mesa, Arizona JOSEPH M. COLLIER Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona DAVID M, COLMAN Liberal Arts Greenbush, Mass. WARREN P. CONRAD Education Casa Grande, Arizona PATRICIA COOK Fine Arts Tucson, Arizona ,V 9: if 45-+ fsufk 4f,..Z" 'TTTI' nP""" When MHFC1LlCIlC,S Hilltoppers ventured southwest to meet the Wildcat gridiron squad in Plioenix's Montgomery stadium, the state cap- ito1's downtown rireu exploded into an uproarg university rooters, 125 miles from home, tied up Central Avenue for twenty blocks and con- verged on the Adams Hotel for the biggest rally of the year. Marquette was trampled, 24-14. Page 38 'E Un days when the thermometer warrants an adieu to slurlious incli- nations, the beautiful Womcifs Pool is opencrl Lo hcclcon Lo all campus swimmers and sun worshippers. Iris in this inviting pond that Lhe Desert Mermaids stage their popular water carnival each springg womcn's intra- mural and intercollegiate meets lake place -here al several times during the year. 3' -1-r"?1I 'lv- A '17 -HJ .vnu Q CIS' hi' NYY -I will K-T 'QIIF E., ,J 3 its ips., G? -VT 'hr SHIRLEY COOKE Business Dos Cabezos, Arizona JAN E COOLEDGE Business Warren, Arizona JOHN C. COSPER Engineering Pima, Arizona DOROTHY COWAN Home .Economics Tolleson, Arizona DOUGLAS COZART Business Tucson, Arizona BERNARD I. CRAUN Engineering Phoenix, Arizona GEORGIA H. CROUCH Education Mesa, Arizona CHARLES CROUSE Business Grosse Poinre Farms, Mich. MARVIN L. CRULL Engineering Tucson, Arizona PHYLLIS CUSACK Business Beverly Hills, Calif. BEN W. DAVIS, Ill Business Phoenix, Arizona JOYCE DAVIS Fine Arts Los Angeles, Calif. JUNE EVA COOLEDGE Education Warren, Arizona JACQUELINE C. CORSON Education Superior, Arizona ANNETTE COWGILL Liberal Arts Los Angeles, Calif. EVELYN COYSH Education Tucson, Arizona ALLEN M. CREIGHTON, JR. Engineering Phoenix, Arizona VIC CRITTENDEN Business Des Moines, Iowa JAMES B. CROWLEY, JR. Fine Arts Kenilworth, Ill. PAUL CROWLEY Engineering Alhambra, Calif MALCOLM M. CUTTING Liberal Arfs Cleveland Heights, Ohio HARRIET DARLEY Liberal Arfs Kenilworth, III. HELEN DEMAN Liberal Arts Ferndale, Mich. VIELVIN V. DENHAM Agriculture Snowflake, Arizona ELMO LEON DICKERSON Engineering Ray, Arizona JOHN M, DICKERSON Law Cleveland Heights, Ohio RICHARD DIEFEN BACH Business Tucson, Arizona HAL DIEHL Engineering Aio, Arizona ILDEFONSO DOMINGUEZ Engineering Douglas, Arizona JOHN A. DONOVAN Business Yuma, Arizona GERALD ECHOLS Business Thatcher, Arizona KENNETH L. ECKERT Business Prescott, Arizona PATRICIA EISELE Liberal Arts Phoenix, Arizona STEVE ELCHUCK Business Tucson, Arizona ROBERT L. ELLSWORTH Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona FRED EMICH Business River Forest, III. W W' RUTH F. DICKERSON Agriculture Thatcher, Arizona JACQUELYN DICKEY Liberal Arts Phoenix, Arizona JOHN T. DINGLE Engineering Phoenix, Arizona JUNE DITZLER Liberal Arts Warren, Indiana KEN DRUMMOND Liberal Arts La Jolla, Calif. HARVEY L. DYER Agriculture Phoenix, Arizona VICTOR EDMAN Agriculture Alvarado, Minn. JANET EDMONDS Liberal Arts Highland Park, III. MARY ELLINGBOE Business Tucson, Arizona CLIFFORD ELLIS Liberal Arts Merchantville, N. J. ELMER EMRICK Agriculture Somerton, Arizona ALICE ENGLISH Music Portland, Oregon With the great Southwest in his hackyard, the Forty Nincr recalls that, in truth, all roads lead from Tucson. Across the overpass, around the corner, and hc is following Arif zonais highways to some part olf the Wide open SPZICCS. Grand Canyon in a short day's drive away, Mexico lit- tle more than an hour. Wanderlust audits many a class when the season of the open road is twelve months long. Page 40 More than thc vauntccl wealth ol: sunshine, more than unlimitctl natu- ral grantlcur, thc magic that is our Southwest lics in its unwillingness to conform to things conventional, things muntlanc. Always intriguing, ncvcr without some surprising quirk fas cacti looking tlown upon snowj, this lzlntl iustills in its more carncst citizens thc lccling which prompts the assertion, "lt just grows on you!" RICHARD ENZ Agriculture Tempe, Arizona RUTH ERLANGER Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona LEONARD EVERETT Law Wickenburg, Arizona DAISY FEDERIGHI Liberal Arts Prescott, Arizona ARMIDA FI:LiA Eclucatio. . Tucson, Arizcrlt. NORMAN L. FENTON Engineering Phoenix, Arizona RUTH N. FERRELL Business Williamson, W. Va. JANE FIC KETT Business Tucson, Arizona LORRAINE FITCH Business Wickenburg, Arizona VIRGINIA FLICK Business Dos Cabezos, Arizona EDWARD S, FORDAN ANNA G. ETHINGTON Business Casa Grande, Arizona JOHN H. EVANS, JR. Business Brooklyn, N. Y. ANGELO S. FELLETT Agriculture Yuma, Arizona JEAN L. FELLET Education Miami, Arizona JAY FERGUSON Liberal Arts Safford, Arizona PAT FERGUSON Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona CHARLES FILLER Business Chicago, Ill. TI-IELMA RITA FISHMAN Business Tucson, Arizona JEAN FLAIZ Education Inspiration, Arizona CHANDLER FLICKINGER Business Twentynine Palms, Calif WILLIAM C. FREY Engineering: Law Mesa, Arizona Tucson, Arizona THEODORE R. FOREMAN DOUG FULTON Education Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona ROSANA FULTS Liberal Arts Wabash, Indiana RODOLFO C. GABALDON Education Safford, Arizona TED GAY Engineering Watsonville, Calif. CLARK H. GERRY Engineering Tucson, Arizona JAMES H. GILMORE Engineering Tucson, Arizona CHRISTINE GILLMORE Liberal Arts Whittier, Calif. ALBERT GOTKIN Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona MARY GRADY Home Economics Tucson, Arizona KATHERINE GRIFFITHS Education Douglas, Arizona BILL GRINNELL Business Los Angeles, Calif. JOSEPH C, GUNDRY Engineering Globe, Arizona ELEANOR GWINNUP Liberal Arts Jackson, Miss. NORMAN F. GARRIGUS Engineering Tucson, Arizona CLARENCE B. GAULDIN Engineering Alhambra, Calif. MARY M. GIACOMA Education Tombstone, Arizona JEAN GIBSON Liberal Arts Phoenix, Arizona LUTHER D. GIRTON Mines Tucson, Arizona JOE E. GONZALES Business Superior, Arizona LURLINE GRAY Law Douglas, Arizona JAMES H, GREEN, JR. Law Buckeye, Arizona VIRGINIA GROSE Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona ROBERT P. GRZYBOWSKI Business Toledo, Ohio JAMES L. HALE Business Anderson, Indiana J. A. HALES Engineering Miami, Arizona TUCSON Forty Niners who are given to reminisccnce may well remember their entrance, us newcomers to the U. of A., upon Miracle Mile and the discovery of this hrst sign of wel- UF THE ' UNUVEFRSUTY AIFQUZQJNA come to their Alina Mater-to-be. Like any other college town, Tucson both owes and oflers much to its resident institution of learningg the affairs of the university are of distinct concern to the community which surrounds its campus. Page 42 liy clay the groan heucon-like stone "A" zulvertises Tucson to be the home ol the U. olf A.: ut night Sen- tinel Peak, known from Freshman :lays hence us A-Mountain, becomes il popular rendezvous from which to view romrlnliczllly the twinkling dial monds ol' the Ulal Pueblo's clown- town urea. The lirst Saturday ol' each school year is UA-Day," and lracli- tion hrings the Freshman class to the mountain to whitewzish the huge let- ter tp. 271. BARBARA HALL Education Tempe, Arizona JAMES F. HALL, Jr. Liberal Arts Indianapolis, Ind. ROBERT C. HALL Engineering Clifton, Arizona ELSIE HAMBY Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona ELINOR GENE HAMMOND Liberal Arts Kingman, Arizona ROBERT M. HAMMOND Business Phoenix, Arizona CHARLES D. HANEY, JR. Business Tucson, Arizona LILLIAN L. HANNON Agriculture Wickenburg, Arizona HUDSON J. HARMAN Business Nogales, Arizona CHARLES E. HARP Liberal Arts Aurora, Illinois BEVERLY PAUL HART Engineering Phoenix, Arizona RAYMOND C. HARTER Engineering Fort Wayne, Ind. JOAN HALL Education Phoenix, Arizona PATRICIA ANN HALL Education Bisbee, Arizona HENRY B. HAMILTON Business Winnetka, Ill. RUTH HAMMERSTEIN Liberal Arts Kimi-nswick, Mo. GERALDINE HAMMONDS Education Tucson, Arizona SIDNEY B, HANDLER Business Tucson, Arizona HARRIET LOUISE HANSEN Home Economics Tucson, Arizona JANICE HARDY Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona RUTH HARPER Education Pasadena, Calif. DORIS MUNN HARRIS Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona MILDRED HAUSMANN Liberal Arts Kansas City, Mo. FRANK HAYES Engineering Washington, D. C. LEW HAYES Agriculture Indio, Calif. KALMAN H. HELGASON Business Tucson, Arizona ORMA HEWARD Fine Arts Holbrook, Arizona JOHN A. HEYDE Mines Tucson, Arizona SYLVIA L. HIRSCH Education Tucson, Arizona LELAND L. HISER Mines Tucson, Arizona ROY D. HOLLAND Agriculture Dos Cabezas, Arizona JAMES B. HOLMQUIST Engineering Phoenix, Arizona HARRY E. HOOD Liberal Arts Youngstown, Ohio VIRGINIA HOUGHTON Business Tucson, Arizona BOB HOUSEHOLDER Education Phoenix, Arizona BEVERLY HOWARD Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona Liirfw , awfmrgse me 4"-lrgrfini . ages? ima 1 3 if - A I New 4. an-,,,. I . . ELMA MAE HENDERSON Fine Arts St. Louis, Mo. GWEN HEUSER Liberal Arts Louisville, Ky. WILLIAM K. HILL Business Bement, Illinois Jasmin E. HIPPLE Education Tucson, Arizona DAVID M. HOFFMAN Engineering Morenci, Arizona HUGH M. HOFMANN Engineering Glendale, Arizona AUDLEY CORRINE HOLM Liberal Arts Nogales, Arizona ALEX HOLTZMAN Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona ALAN HOULE Liberal Arts Nogales, Arizona PETER HOULE Liberal Arts Nogales, Arizona PATRICIA S. HOWARD Fine Arts Tucson, Arizona JAMES HUDSON Business Americus, Georgia sf' D Bk B if . 5' , 'E' .AAI , ,f ,, E w I s-1Y6-, was ,M is .I . A V , .. .. -A .vim MQ.-smfbisv asses W fr ilsesgqssgvwfsrr-1.p2g' '.....cXY QM'-ii Team-Arif-Ari.-f.e, ' ww nes Y-' 1 iw ,las n symz Ili" in in VE 'WVl1ite Dove ali the Uesertu is the Indian name given famous mission San Xavier del Bac. A student mecca in oil' hours, this brilliant and much- photographed landmark dates back to the days ol the -explorer padres, and today still ministers to the peo- ple for whom it was established. Rumor has it that one tower was left unfinished to evade the Spanish tax on completed missions. Virgo 44 l':irL wsiy lo lvlcxico slnntls another nl' the chain ol' missions established when this wus only Indian country. 'I'Liintic:icoi'i looks mootlily off into the clunc-lilac: mountains toward No- gzilcs :ind the horclcr, pondering, per- haps, the wI'icrcaImouts ol' the intrepid men who opcncil thc umzimcd wil- dcrncss to thc zulvuiicc ol' civilization. Arizonzfs colorful past is enshrined all nhoul, Tucson in monuments such its this. - .1 1155!- L ARTHUR J. HUGHES, Engineering Denver, Colo. MILDRED HUGHES Education i Tucson, Arizona ARTHUR J. HUTTON Business Tucson, Arizona GERALD INGRAM Engineering Phoenix, Arizona VERNE A, IVERSON Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona LEWIS T. JACKSON, JR. Business h Tucson, Arizona BLAKE JOHNSON Business Breckenridge, Texas HARRY JOHNSON Education Tucson, Arizona BOB L. JONES Education Yuma, Arizona MALCOLM JONES Engineering Ajo, Arizona EDITH MARIE JORDAN Liberal Arts Casa Grande, Arizona RUTH D. KAUTZ Law Chandler, Arizona GINNY HULSE Liberal Arts Phoenix, Arizona JOHN COX HUPP Engineering Phoenix, Arizona CHARLES L. ISAACSON Agriculture St. Johns, Arizona LEN IVANS Business Tucson, Arizona ROBERT S. JEFFREY Education Bisbee, Arizona PAT JENNEY Education Prescott, Arizona TERRY M. JOHNSON Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona WILLIAM A. JOHNSON Engineering Phoenix, Arizona MARY PAT JONES Liberal Arts San Francisco, Calif. VIRGINIA JONES Education Tucson, Arizona JOHN KEMMLER Business Sacramento, Calif. JEANETTE KEMPF Liberal Arts Evanston, III. CHARLES KENDRICK Business Detroit, Mich. JIM C. KEOGH Engineering Encinitas, Calif. PETER KIEWIT, JR. Business Tucson, Arizona B. J. KING Fine Arts Butler, Penna. ELIZABETH KNEELAND Fine Arts Tucson, Arizona BETTY KNIER Liberal Arts Phoenix, Arizona LOWREN LAKE Business V Compton, Calif. LEONARD C. LANGDON, JR. Liberal Arts Whipple, Arizona MARVIN E. LARSON Engineering Safford, Arizona EUGENE A. LAUCK, lll Engineering Tucson, Arizona JACK LAUVER Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona MYRTLE LAWSON Home Economics Tucson, Arizona MARTIN KESSELMAN Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona DALE K. KESSINGER Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona JAMES A. KLINE Engineering Tucson, Arizona LEWIS KLUTTZ Liberal Arts Douglas, Arizona GEORGE KOCHER Agriculture El Monte, Calif. DANIEL B. KUTACH Business Tucson, Arizona ALEX LAOS Engineering Tucson, Arizona JEFFERSON J. LARSON Education Lakeside, Arizona EUGENE J. LAUERMAN Engineering Tucson, Arizona LYAL MAE LAUGHINGHOUSE Music Davis Monthan, Arizona NANCY LAWSON Fine Arts Chicago, Ill. LOIS V. LEAHY Education Tucson, Arizona Q Ms Ears -we 5'rg.j.eym: f- 3 ., fffwr'-.gg 5' was Q55 H 5? 'FWHM' E- BMW? me mm nn The towering Czitzllinus :irc moody mfrunmins. Viewed from the cum- pus ol: which they seem Ll part, they may wear ri jzlunty cap of iluliy cloud or sulk beneath ri heavy shadow. From close up, szihuzlro-doltccl fool- hills give Way to mysterious canyons where at times in winter, powdered- sugur snow lies gleaming like thc frosting on 11 cake. Page 46 Now friendly, now foreboding, the Czrtzllinns change their moods :ls quickly :ls the passing of ll wisp ol cloud. They tulli in the rumhlc ol' ai threatening storm, smile in the sun- nlrcnehcel rnztnncr ol' ai summer :titer- noon. Best ol' all, when sluclies he- come too dreary, the Forty Nincr haul only to gaze ofli into their inviting rcccsses for il restful interlude. MARY ELLEN LEE Education Tucson, Arizona GORDON LENT Agriculture Tucson, Arizona HELENE M. LEWIS Liberal Arts Miami, Arizona DAVID LICHT Low New York, N. Y. CHARLES W. LOCKE Education Tucson, Arizona BEVERLY LOOMIS Business Plain City, Ohio JAMES DAVID LOWELL Mines Tucson, Arizona JAME LYONS Liberal Arts Rockford, Ill. THOMAS J. McCLENEGHAN Business Tucson, Arizona R. MICHAEL MCCLINTOCK Engineering Tucson, Arizona EARL J. McDOWELL Law Balto, Mo. DOROTHY MCGOEY Education Miami, Arizona LENORE LERNOR Business Beloit, Wis. PAUL LEVY Liberal Arts Detroit, Mich. ARTHUR N. LINDBERG Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona PATRlClA J. LINDBERG Liberal Arts Phoenix, Arizona ROBERT Q. LOPEZ Business Tucson, Arizona WILLIAM LOVETT Education Kansas City, Kans. ESTES DU MONT MCBRYDE Law Tucson, Arizona NORMAN McCLELLAN D Business Tucson, Arizona ROBERT IVY MCCREIGHT Agriculture Phoenix, Arizona LARRY McDON ALD Education Douglas, Arizona CHARLES R. McGOWAN Education Tucson, Arizona HARRIETT McGOWAN Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona PEGGY MCGOWAN Liberal Arts Glendale, Arizona DOROTHY MCGREGOR Liberal Arts Winslow, Arizona MARTHA MCLAUGHLIN Liberal Arts Prescott, Arizona JOHN MCLEAN Business Ajo, Arizona ROBERT MCNERNEY Education Tucson, Arizona COLIN D. MCPHERSON Business Tucson, Arizona PAT MALONE Liberal Arts Aio, Arizona MARY L. MARGESON Business Tucson, Arizona MARADEL MARSTON Fine Arts Berkeley, Calif. EDWARD A, MARSHALL Business Phoenix, Arizona WILLIAM A. MASSIMINI Engineering New Orleans, La. BETTY MAUNEY Education Shelby, N. C. PATRICIA MCGUIRE Liberal Arts Phoenix, Arizona' JOHN McLAUGI-ILIN Business Topeka, Kans. NELDA L. MCMAHON Business Tucson, Arizona FRANCES MCMILLAN Liberal Arts Carlsbad, N. M. FRANCIES MCRAE Home Economics St. David, Arizona BERTHA MALDONADO Education Superior, Arizona GERALD E, MARQUESS Engineering Phoenix, Arizona LOEL MARSTON Fine Arts Berkeley, Calif. LANDON C. MARTIN Liberal Arts San Antonio, Texas ROBERT SAM MARTIN Business Phoenix, Arizona MORGAN MAXWELL Business Tucson, Arizona MARTIN MAZER Education Tucson, Arizona -M- On several impossible Cto quote the CofCj occasions during 1949, Old Man XVinter stepped clown off Mt. Lemmon to shatter Tucsonanas illusions ol: perfect climate. Once, when three Whole inches of the strange White stuff blunketed the campus, students cast aside inhibi- tions and fashioned snow men and snowballs in a frenzy ol: disbelieving delight. Winteris iiing was short- lived, however, for by cluyis end all but sheltered patches olf snow had succumbed to il vengeful sun, and only a memory remained. .Hgs,.t....,.. ....., ,Ms png? 48 Arizonu's irientlly but sometimes over- zealous sun makes necessary ri method of lawn care so unique as to startle first-timers to the campus. The sunken sections of greenery are lI'lIIlSl.CI'I'CLl into miniature lakes to assure enough moisture for proper growth. Although extremely ellcetive in keeping slu- tlents oil' the grass, the two inches of water so picturesquely relleeling the scenery are unfor- tunately not cnougli to accommodate would- bc swimmers. MARCIA MEAD Home Economics Polo Alto, Calif. ALICE MELBY Education Phoenix, Arizona MICHAEL MIGNELLA Business Prescott, Arizona ANNE MILLER Liberal Arts Phoenix, Arizona HUGO S. MILLER Mines Nogales, Arizona LIESLE MILLER Education St. David, Arizona PAUL MONIER, Jr. Business Tucson, Arizona MARION MOORE ROBERT Y. MEYER Engineering Tempe, Arizona SUZANNE MEYERS Education Tucson, Arizona CECIL H. MILLER, Agriculture Phoenix, Arizona CECIL MILLER, Jr. Education Tucson, Arizona JEAN MINISTER Liberal Arts Glendale, California ANISE MITCHELL Education Superior, Arizona PETER MORAGA Business Tempe, Arizona MANUEL V. MORALES, Liberal Arts Business Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona HAROLD M. MORITZ, Jr. MICHAEL MORRIS Education Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona CHARLES C. MORRIS Buffalo, N, Y. BOYD M. MORSE Liberal Arts Law Seattle, Washington Tucson, Arizona LARRY V. MOSER JUAN MUNOZ Business Mines Los Angeles, Calif. Philadelphia, Pa. ROBERT H. MULKEY H. J, MURRAY Engineering Business Tucson, Arizona Aio, Arizona J JORDON S. MURRAY Mines Bluffton, Indiana ANTHONY S. NAVARETTE Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona LIJCILLE NELSON Education Tucson, Arizona JOE N ESB ITT Agriculture Mesa, Arizona ROBERT L. NORTON Engineering Phoenix, Arizona LAWRENCE J. NOTTER, Jr. Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona JACK O'BRlEN Engineering Globe, Arizona WILLIAM H. OLIVER Engineering Phoenix, Arizona MAN UAL ORNELAS Business Winslow, Arizona PHYLLIS HOLCOMBE ORR Education Benson, Arizona GEORGE OWENS Liberal Arts Tempe, Arizona W. B. PALMER Education Phoenix, Arizona it OLIVER NEIBEL, Jr. Business Kansas City, Mo. AARON GARTH NELSON Law Tucson, Arizona RICHARD S. NIELSEN Agriculture Phoenix, Arizona CAROLE NIKOLAUS Education Mansfield, Ohio NADINE NUSS Education Tucson, Arizona CHARLES OATMAN Law Phoenix, Arizona ROBERT D. OLLIVER Business Phoenix, Arizona PETER J. O'LOUGl-ILIN Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona JOSEPH INE ORTIZ Education Phoenix, Arizona EVELYN OSBORN Business Tucson, Arizona VIRGIL PARISH Business Harvey, Illinois ORMOND, S. PARKE Business Phoenix, Arizona ,111- E. wi: One incmorailmlc rally curly in the year very nearly ended in at linsco. A misundcrstzinding with 'I'ucson's policc dcpzxrtmcnt resulted in student body president Windsor's being threatened with incarceration in the local bus' tille. The rally was lorthwith shifted to thc couthouse police station, whcrc, to thc great delight of thc populace, the band played :lp- proprintc dirgcs and students chanted until an equitable solution was zu'i'ivccl at inside. The campus that has become home seems to wriggle its way into one's heart and hold Inst there. ltis something that isn't missed until it comes time to sziy goodbye to its winding drives :ind palm-lined Wallis, the coop fountain and Benr Down Gym: then it :ill seems very dear, and the Forty-Niner wonders why he didn't take more aidvzintage ol' it while here. But in reality hc dial get ai whole lot' more than booli-learning, for this life is dillcrent from any other l-:ind in the world. .. I , We -. . -1 3 Q sc .. .i l ect, ' fi' ,,'?,r+,,.,.,.3ff 2.22 gig fLj,,3,g,fN.tsg?g,s-eyL,,,,,3.,g .,MQ,..g,5I52sq 'h t ,A -s i.. YF. 1- .-b. en . I.--ir, I - ' 1 ' - -ulfiiiaggiitse. Vi' fr"-P-A--'---.. XI., W 'r 'gr' '- --4 I ..'. 'fsv'., s,. w ' 'C'if+.5:,. - -, - . I tim- 'L I- ' if ' J 51:- - ' 'A ibn? 359 we I - Ngmig- qv '- 1 ll ' W rr , -,J a Vzfk-y,.325fr:Q,. ge. 5-19,9 -. . . .,4 qgezs'-" an ,gag his , mmf, tg Lug- .. 4 :Q 2, ew' . I A .W A Qi. a - 1,5 , , - 1 .4 :,,.,:2x.f ff. A E ,,ags,, - ' . . ig, ' I rig. '- if I .1 5 .,sm:r'1i-sssszu' 'If ' ,- '-..-' 'sw 4 .. 1 . "1 A- :gfe.i-- 1. A-we-fgfh-ms? "--- . .. I ' .J -W ' . V -' "i'.,.'..s Jxoi' I ' " . ' -,Ei-fif'??'s."-vH'sf'ZS9A"L . I r . -' - . .-, - - ' tt 3 ,- a-wwf 'u-4 I - N 1 ' nf ' T, Q We s ilt. I l ets' 5 xr X . , V , 4 .Sly i.,.M 017, :ir - . 'ff' "R-Lg . f-.1-fr: - - sf 5' 'Mfg . r-fx . . , 1 .xr - My I., kligsnigm E.':..:::VL .:: ,..,. -,-.,, WS E., N ., 1 In A -- H fix. , 1. .. ,ell . 1 -' - o so -I 1, -M555 'w...... , we I Y -, T 1 -"""5 '.' :F:.:fQ:5 'L-2 . ,Q ,.,.-.svs f I is .eg.5f'i?h.s - W 'it' T 'lf' -- ' 1 , ' . ' 'ff ' is I " s Iii "sip . - ' f' '- .. .1 ' Still . L - i - I X j , f .- . . .- , We Ti' ,.1Z'1Qn,-i,' faf A .,g., , :exif-' , , , , A 1 V . , ,I , me 3-sfvitfm r ig -ine-F., 1 .5 l,4,,jf,'5' ...Q ne., ,A ,ie-r f 1 5 A " Is. - ' ' ' LMI.. . f fiafml ? Page 51 JERRY A. PARKS JOAN PASHER Education Education Tucson, Arizona Birmingham, Mich. BARBARA PARTLOW -BEVERLY PATTON Education Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona COLLEEN PATTERSON Education ST. Johns, Arizona Tucson, Arizona LOUIS F. PAVLOVICH Liberal Arts Bisbee, Arizona ROBERT C. PEARSON Business Hugo, Colorado KATHRYN PENDER Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona R. M. PENNY Business Tucson, Arizona GORDON D. PERRINE Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona FRED W. PETERSON Engineering Tucson, Arizona GRANT PETERSON RAYMOND E. PETERSON Law Tucson, Arizona . JOHN F. PFEIFFER Agriculture Engineering Gilbert, Arizona Tucson, Arizona WILLIAM R. PHILLIPS Business Bisbee, Arizona VINTON PIERCE JOHN PLATT Mines Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona Scottsdale, Arizona PHYLLIS PIKE FAY PLUNKETT Education Liberal Arts Flint, Michigan Cleveland, Ohio DEVORA POLIAKOFF Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona WILL POLLARD DORIS JEAN PORTER Liberal Arts Home Economics Aio, Arizona Tucson, Arizona RODOLFO E. PEREZ PONCE NANCY PORTER Engineering Education Nocozari, Mexico Phoenix, Arizona WILLIAM A. POTTENGER, Jr. Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona FRANCES POTTER STEVENSON MEADE POWELL Home Economics Education Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona AGOPIE POULOS PAULIPRESENT Education Business Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona DOROTHY PRINCE Liberal Arts San Francisco, Calif, ELIZABETH PRITCHARD ELVERA BALAS PUNKE Liberal Arts Education Prescott, Arizona Tucson, Arizona ROY M. PULLEN O. E. QUAM Engineering Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona NICHOLAS RAICA, Jr. Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona JEAN REDMAN JAMES S. REED Liberal Arts Business Phoenix, Arizona Fort Wayne, Indiana FRANK REECE RETA REED Engineering Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona Mesa, Arizona HOLLY E. REES Business Prescott, Arizona NANCY REEVES HENRY C. REYES Liberal Arts Engineering Morenci, Arizona Winslow, Arizona J. WILLIAM REINI-IARD RICHARD W. REYNOLDS Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Lincoln, Nebraska Phoenix, Arizona HILDEGARD RIBA Business Tucson, Arizona JOHN S. RICE, Jr. BARBARA M. RIDER Liberal Arts Education Modesto, Calif. Marenci, Arizona BERIT S. RICHMOND DORIS D. ROBERTS Education Liberal Arts Superior, Arizona Great Falls, Mont. DONNITTA ROGERS Education Tucson, Arizona FRANK E. ROGERS CLARK RORBACH Business Business Kansas City, Mo. Tucson, Arizona RAYMOND N. ROGERS ELLEN ROTER Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Bakersfield, Calif. Chicago, Illinois THEODORE H. ROWCLIFFE Engineering Tucson, Arizona HELEN ROWTON GUY H. RUGGLES, Jr, Education Engineering Tucson, Arizona Noco, Arizona FRANK S. RUELAS JAMES E. RYAN Business Business Tucson, Arizona Madison, Wisconsin JAMES P. RYAN Engineering Phoenix, Arizona EKLQ-emu. . .. '14 Mil- 1.,.'1'eH Q P11 gc' 52 Students at Arizona find it easy to cush in on Tucson's reputation :ls ll resort. Ranches, lodges, resort hotels and mountain retreats number our student body among their clien- tele, and with good reason. The view from El Conquisrficlofs fine pool is nearly as pleas- ant :is the scenery to be found close at hand, depending upon the atmospheric conditions and other factors. lu ilu- scrcnily ol ai desert valley just bc- yonil thc Tucson Mountains sprawls Old Tucson. An :ililcriiooifs drive to this recon- slructccl old lironticr town is a journey into lhc Sourhwcst's history: thc crumbling adobe walls ol' llic wcatlicrbcaicn chapel liacc out on a replica ol' what oncc was a bustling stage- coacli terminal, vivid in thc romance ol' the Old VVcsl. 'Vcxtboolcs cannot compute with living prool' for sheer realism from the past. . ,.,.45T:1. ir. 2.61- . ,. . .. . ,, , .. -.-...- - Y Y ' - -- T -19 . -i fm' if ' ' 55' V i V Y . - f' IV.,-Em I, '- ' .J .wglwgw gags. -Zfhi, 1 ef -'-3 rjgl- jzfff 'i,m5i.F,R ' ' 3" E 'Wim ' f A 'W .f '5mesime.e' ,ew fgxnie, V ii I 5 V ' .- Sweetie .WSW - ' 1 IV V 1 W Y E .5 3,5 L, ,Q . H W E QM, M Y as I M W Riagg? . . -I me H .- A- , fi . 'TEV ' ' K - e Qs.efsi.es. 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Z2I?i:2 , L:L' ,"' T.. 5 - 'V- gg --13635 rf 3,-'57, ,5.f-figvirf,-ze? nigflsg-55fff51jsLE:g,e 1' . - 5 . 1. cgi 'Q 7, " 'i,Z., .V .- 1 ferefss-'fag'-i4!f:'i' Fla 'IV ,V- ' I ,- iw, .gi . -LQ: 'f' QI . 4, H+ 'if 3 "fires ' fl' -.1 " tx is - wi 1" "is ' '--.err 'ii-:'f"""" 'I ' """- ' WEBSTER LE GENE SAGE, Jr. CHLOE ZELLA SANDEFUR Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona Liberal Arts Phoenix, Arizona H. W. SALTER C. DAWN SANDER Liberal Arts Prescott, Arizona Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona JOHN L. SANSING Business Pasadena, Calif. SUE SANDERS ARTHUR L. SCHAEFER Education Mines L Roswell, New Mexico Tucson, Arizona TOM SAWYER WILLARD SCHAVEY Business EHQIDGGFINQI Phoenix, Arizona Mulliken, Mich. WARREN SCHEWEL Business Florence, Arizona BOB SCHMID Business Lewis Run, Penna. ROBERT R. SCI-IMIDT Liberal Arts Detroit, Michigan WILMA SCHRADER Fine Arts Globe, Arizona VIRGIN IA SCHRELIRS Education Tucson, Arizona LLOYD J. SCHROEDER Business Taylorville, Illinois GERALD H. SCOTNEY PAULINE SEARCH Mines Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona MARY LU SCOTT ANN SEAVY Liberal Arts Education Pueblo, Colorado LEE SHELLENBERGER Liberal Arts Rockford, Illinois Grand Junction, Colo. C. GORDON SHILLINGBURG, Jr. VIRGINIA CLAIRE SHUPE Agriculture Education Chinle, Arizona Charleston, W. Va. D. M. SI-IILLINGBURG, Jr. MATTHEW J. SICOCAN Liberal Arts Business Lukachukai, Arizona Douglas, Arizona MARVIN CHARLES SIEGEL Liberal Arts Phoenix, Arizona EDITH SIMON WILLIAM E. SLEETH Liberal Arts Engineering Forest Hills, N. Y, Phoenix, Arizona RICHARD SKOLE FRANK L. SMITH Agriculture Business Pittsfield, Mass. Elgin, Illinois , GLENN D. SMITH Engineering Phoenix, Arizona Page 53 JOHN L. SMITH Business Tucson, Arizona MILTON P. SMITH, Jr. ORVILLE A. SMITH Liberal Arts Nogales, Arizona SHIRLEY ANN SMITH Education Douglas, Arizona Agriculture Phoenix, Arizona JOYCE SNYDER Education , Kansas City, Mo. LUCY SONG Home Economics Scottsdale, Arizona ABE SOTSKY Fine Arts New York, N. Y. JAMES G. SOUDEN Fine Arts Tucson, Arizona EDWARD K. SPAULDIN Engineering River Forest, Iliinois JAMES M. SPOINAGLE Liberal Arts Tucson, Ari CHARLES L. STAHL Business Yuma, Arizona CHARLES F. STANLEY ZOHO CHARLOTTE STANLEY Business Tucson, Arizona DIANA STANLEY Education Giendale, Arizona JEANNE E. STAUFFER Business Tucson, Arizona NANCY STEPHENS Mines Tucson, Arizona BARBARA STARK Liberal Arts Wynnewood, Penna. BOB STARK Low Phoenix, Arizona CONNIE STARK Education Whitewater, N. Mex. Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona NANCY RUTH STEPHENS Liberal Arts Douglas, Arizona DORCAS STEPHENSON Liberal Arts Michigan City, Ind. WALTER M. STEVENSON Law Medford, Oklahoma ARTHUR R. S Mines HUGH W. STEWART - Law Tucson, Arizona M. JEAN STEWART Education Tucson, Arizona TILL Miami, Arizona ALICE STITES Liberal Arts Cananeo, Mexico MYRTLE STONE Education Tucson, Arizona JOE STRAVIS Fine Arts RICHARD P. STRANG Engineering Tucson, Arizona JOAN STRAUCH WOODBURN Business Mesa, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Two of the lirst worcls to be added to :very lrcshmzufs vocabulary are "Sabina Cun- yonf, Most popular of ull picnic spots, Sa- lnino is refreshing for its pools ol: cool, clear water-astonishing in ll desert lztncl-its spec- tacular clilts and pinnneles :incl its phulanxes of marching sailiuuros as liar :ls the eye can sec. The hiker, the equestrian and the just- plain-loafer are equally at home in Sabina, for its intriguing landscape is adaptable to all. What ht-ttcr uzrc lor Sahino Canyon than asi .t setting lor ont' ol' Arixona's incomparable, indcscrihahlc sunsets! li'lX'L'Il color photogra- phy pales hcliort- such a spectacle, let alone nwrc hlacli-antl-white cllizirts. lncvitahlc sa- huaros parade the mountain ritlgcs, almost as il' scrambling upward to catch last glimpses of thc colorful hut evanescent panorama hc- lorc darkness llootls the canyon's clupths. Fr- A, .3--qw-Q Vx. - I Nga' Q If xg we' V' 1 ai .. WW, 4'3- Page 55 R. C. STUBBS Liberal Arts Celina, Ohio RAYMOND S. SUCKLING CHARLENE SUTTON Education Tucson, Arizona HELEN JANET SWEZEY Engineering Fine Arts Coraopolis, Penna, Park Ridge, Illinois ADON C. TAFT Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona ANELLA TAYLOR BEATRICE THOMAS Education Liberal Arts Thatcher, Arizona Tucson, Arizona JOAN WALLACE THEW CHARLES THOMAS Home Economics Englneeflng Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona JESSE F. THOMAS Engineering Phoenix, Arizona MARIANNE M. THOMAS BARBARA TODD Education Business ' A Tucson, Arizona Tallulah, Louisiana LAURA THORNE BURKE TOLBERT Liberal Arts BUSUGSS r , El Paso, Texas QUIHCY, llll"'0'S MATT TOMLINSON Business Topeka, Kansas THEODORE TORRE-BUENO ARNULFO D. TREJO Liberal Arts ECIUCGTION Tucson, Arizona TERES A TREJO Tucson, Arizona BOB TREI BER Business Education Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona ERNEST B. TUCKER Engineering Phoenix, Arizona MARGARET UDALL PAT UTZMAN Education Education Tucson, Arizona BETSY VALDEZ Business Liberal Arts Crescent City, Calif. ANDRE N. VALLEZ Liberal Arts Bay City, Michigan Holbrook, Arizona BETTY URWIN Tucson, Arizona THOMAS VAN FLEET ROBERT W. VAN LONE Western Springs, Illinois Franklin Park, Illinois Mines Business Tucson, Arizona GERRY VAN KIRK AL VIOLET Liberal Arts Business Tucson, Arizona JOSEPH O. VOELKER Business Winslow, Arizona LEO VOYLES Business Phoenix, Arizona MICHAEL VOYTISH, PATRICIA WINANS VO Business San Marino, Calif. ANNE WADELY YTISH -is Engineering Home Economics San Marino, Calif. Ardsley-on-Hudson, N. Y. LAWRENCE S. WAGGONER Engineering Patagonia, Arizona NORBERT WAGNER GRETCHEN WARNER Law h Liberal Arts Fowler, Indiana Las Angeles, Calif. WILLIAM N. WALLACE CHARLES WASHBURN Engineering Business Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona RICHARD WEAVER Education Tucson, Arizona CAROL WEBB GEORGE WELCH Education Law Globe, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona LOUISE WEISER TEX WELLCOME Liberal Arts Agriculture Holyoke, Mass. Tucson, Arizona CARL PIERCE WELLMAN Liberal Arts Manchester, N. H. JOAN WERBRICH ROBERT WHEATON Music Mines Tucson, Arizona Menlo Pork, Calif. MARY WERTEIQBERGER MARY WHEELER Education I Liberal Arts Miami, Florida Sterling, Illinois ROY WHITACRE Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona CARROLL WHITE JAMES ROBERT WHITE Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Holbrook, Arizona Globe, Arizona EVELYN WHITE SALLY WHITE Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Gloversville, N. Y. Muleshoe Ranch, N, M. ELIZABETH WHITNEL Liberal Arts Belleville, Illinois JOHN WICKHAM CLYDE WIGGINS Engineering Business Cleveland, Ohio Clarkdole, Arizona DAVID WEINER MARILYN WIGGINS Business Education Tucson, Arizona Douglas, Arizona MADELINE WILLIAMS Home Economics Douglas, Arizona Y' '- s 'engage' its sera gf' gauges? E ' fn" ""' M' w i B it H BS? is rwssfjj-M.. ,. smug. 'fsetasss H- 2 ram H 1 Q-2 M is Awww ' i 'iii 1 fa' .. Niger: T-4 2 ri i ' - A i H M New if . V . .iw-f 4 A1 j...iif'A35 sw . .18 Q.-f if . s www, M M'5S. W. . g W-N, . 'W ' . . I, ,H,,s,,i , H... i-.5 . . ,. M si, ,..,,,y,,fj,m,e,n. 4- '. ' A" .Fai "-i."i.ifj'ii : . S is - ..'..-A rt ' 'li we l Deep-sea fishing is diliicult to visualize as only a week-end distant from the front gate. But Guaymas, Mexico, on the Gulf of Lower California, boasts just that. Christmas, Easter or any old time can Gnd :1 gang of Wanderers from tlic U. taking in the attractions of this fast-developing resort south of the border. Sailfisli beware, Arizona anglers have had ample practice on mirages . .. From this last memory-point of Guaymas. thc I7orLy-Nincr may ICI his thoughts meander oii into thc sunset. Ior hc has had his sharc of rcminisccncc for the present From here on he makes his own history, so that in years to come hc shaII sec in rctrospeclion that his sojourn at thc University ol: Arizona was hut Chapter One of a rich and worthwhile storyg and that his ribhoncd diploma was thc IJLIIIC- tuation at the end of that chapter. Ib' 'GD' Q -.cz CT? png ,on 1-4' il ,..f-' 19 uv T' ROBERT I. WILLIAMS Mines Globe, Arizona PERRIN WINCHELL Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona GEORGE W. WZJLFE Engineering Yuma, Arizona JOHN S. WOOD Agriculture Tucson, Arizona E. MARIE WOODWARD Education Tucson, Arizona WILBUR H. WUERTZ Agriculture Coolidge, Arizona T. W. YATES Business Tucson, Arizona TERRY M, YOSHIGA Business Phoenix, Arizcna Page 57 WILLIAM PETERSON Education Tucson, Arizona JIM NEGRI Education Tucson, Arizona MERRILL WINDSOR Liberal Arts Prescott, Arizona GUY WITHERS Business Denver, Colo. R. R. WOODFORD Law Satford, Arizona ERNEST! NE WOODS Business Tucson, Arizona H. C. YARBROUGH Engineering Aio, Arizona CLINTON YATES, Jr Engineering Phoenix, Arizona JOE B. YOUNG Mines Tucson, Arizona DERITH AUNE Liberal Arts Tucson, Arizona R Q 41 E 'fm 11- 3 .Z 5 I A ,w,m'fQ,,l N fix- H' X ihggtacim WW' , ,qv Agri: r L J at A 5 Hui? I X 15 M AV' 4 .,,. U ' 'ky f atiffrtff f if LQ 3 W mf' 0 6' 'Ii K N , wg 1 'Me ,fwwf X -1 tgmmw ws k W f - QNX 'Mt L.q,,a,va'- in A I -wie , simdw' U E ' J if gZ13?aj:iL2H-afff-11' N14 .s.-sig ' . A -11+ 4' 3 1E2f?LL4'Ef1,lz41. ' ,Lit mf: ,, if 'X' Aifiififirtt? .. ,, ff' if- 4 , " ' 36' . "1 .-we '-J if u f H+' .wlinvuia-ZZ, we 1 -- . "f .rrghxewql ffwlwema-1 f" . -"wt , fn:-f' f' -'i'w .at1,,.- , I ,, 't---.nu .,. :.t'..3,g ,- qu, -,M-., -, . M 1 4, 5, 5 :L .A ', ' -2: 12,-ET' 3 .525 , ,Th gv. ' uf, .1 Q 'Qu' 212 15 5. ik ',u'f1,, N: A3I.,3,fM - , Tmriga. we 1 ""' 'ti ' , . "' . , - 5 ' In-.fi 1 Bt"-k:,.y,M ag sf?" tg is i 4 2 "Believe I'lI take Cot Anatomy next semester." CDLLEGES mama .1 vw nf. Af sm. Q14 .xx . N X 7, ,s- ,NN . . 'K X, fm wma wma' 'k HHN- fm gm- K sim M WMA Mffgwgf 1-A11 Q an ss SEE ss sm wa ss a w. ms: a ss. was A-.sm as se aw .ww an an bs x gm EE -Q ss m n saw Q X1 xx H . .umww .vngss gr. vu 33-2 s. -S Rus.-gif'-M, .,f. 'xx m am The sunlit countenance of the Agriculture building, which houses much besides Aggiedom. The things a young girl should know . . . home management house provides an opportunity to learn every phase of caring for a home . . . meal planning . . . buying . . . cleaning . . . cooking . . . even taking care of a real baby. Or there are pattern drafting . . . draping . . . tailoring. . .interior decorating . . . all good training, whether the Held be teaching, dietetics, designing or genuine home- making. Home Ec has its share of men studentsg Joe Nesbitt Margaret Bennett and Mariorie Bauersfeld practice Mass cooking means closer attention to nutrition turns chef on an open grill and lots of food. good make-up technique in Home Ec's grooming Helen Porter and Jane Link ladle whipped potatoes course. College of AGRICULTURE School of Home Economics Howdy, pardnerl It's Aggie Day, or perhaps the Aggie smokerg on the recreational side, but as much a part of the college as the courses themselves. In preparation for that degree in Agricultural Science students pursue subjects ranging from agricultural chemistry to horti- culture to poultry husbandry. Field trips, some- times to far parts of the state, are an interesting and important part of an Aggiels schedule. Even the famous experimental cow, with her plastic stomach window, has made her contri- bution to Aggiedom. At the University form o veterinary class learns the rudiments of dis- sechon. The bottling machine out of the dairy is on cxomplc of the efficient forming methods Agriculture teaches. I" ,fndlria - W Hyun us., ssmsgsrgrs s. 7 W M . , B miss Wg? lm assmsf3gs:iw :lax at - Ling it 88BS8 BB8E -., ee M! College ol BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATICJN Calling all business tycoons, advertising gen- iuses, marketing marvels, amazing account- ants . . . reunion at Arizona B. P. A. College. Fortunate in being one of the three accredited business colleges in the West, B. P. A. offers preparation from accounting to social work, from finance to personnel. It combines a broad cultural background with opportunity for con- centration in fourteen fields of study. Practical work in Tucson and throughout the state is A an indispensable phase of this training. The College of Business and Public Administration is the fast-growing youngster among colleges at the university. From a department in Liberal Arts it has mushroomed to become the second largest college on campus . . . the only one to elect a queen annually. In an advertising lab at KVOA, Mr. Williams demonstrates mike tech- nique for front G. Taylor, N. Reeves, A. Bates, G. Lockwood, J. Nelsong back P. Moraga, D. Grundy, K. Bush, B. Robertson and Mr. Ben Slack, KVOA program director. 'ss 'M ' - 5 -em-truss me in W -MQ? m-was-.as H M mums E . . B Q nmmfmussa B Bm.x5Eg'fEg1sa Q' use mama-fee ,HE 1Wm alias as er le we Ma The business college brings recruitment representatives of large com- panies to the university to interview graduating seniorsg here JAC Penney interviewers Messrs. Dearing and Pemberton meet with H. Mains B. Davis, T. Bargman and B. Tolbert. Cool, rustic entrance to the BPA Building gives little hint of the activity within. Aftcr oflice hours comes the time for extra-curricular activities. Mcn's ana womcn's professional fratcrnitics are Alpha Kappa Psi and Alpha Epsilon, rcspcctivclyg Beta Gamma Sigma is the scholastic honorary of the collcgc, While Pi Omega Pi is thc commercial tcachcrsl honorary. The inevitable business machines lab, with Joyce Bradley at longhond calculation, Bob Schmid of Counseling goes on in the "bullpen," with Mrs. Bogarcl and Jim Giragi, Jim Hudson and the controls, and the Hand. Mr, Lebeaux, and Mr. Hutchins and the Wall Street Journal. A' W ,-t,, V Kgs Q 5 iliit P K 'A 5 ,,.-f,- ini College of EDUCATION The noble and needed profession of teaching can be a thrill, whether it's the first grader who brings you an "I love you, teacheri' note or the high school class from which you produce a top honor student. Administrative training, supervisory work, special certificates in art, music, physical education or agriculture . . . all lie in the ever-growing field of education. DR. JAMES W. CLARSON Dean A Practice teaching is the climax to all those years of education coursesg here is the chance to apply principles and Watch their effect. Class assignments . . . projects . . . tests . . . grades . . . it must all be learned and perfected before another education major may join the ranks of the profession and say, "I am a teacher." Studious concentration is a most admirable trait, especially in one of Education maior Henry Oyama keeps a wary eye on the professor, while the higher Education classes. his companion keeps one on the photographer. Page 64 wi ix,- Dr. Glenn H. Nelson confers with Barbara McCarran auring an education class in the T-Barracks. ' L N f' Lui X Q Q li Above left: Bill Mann commands a worshipful audience in the course of his practice teaching at Tucson High School. Right: Amelia Hof- stetter draws a large class as her assignment at THS. g,..-- sm gc? S Bi .,f,::, its .fc e ldlii Page 65 Above right: Teresa Treio is intent upon her job as she delivers the daily assignment to a THS class. Practice teaching brings with it both the necessary training and the real eniayment required for a career in education. B 1 Inga 61 1""'- l Wir. ' The massive facade ofthe Engineering building is a campus landmark. 7 Inititation into the sacred Order of St. Patrick falls on Engineers' Day, thc annual "ditch day" for the college and the occasion of the festive shamrock of-St. Pat . . . includes frosh initiation, knighring of seniors, student-faculty picnic, Engineers' Dance, An engine b'ock in Auto Mechanics fascincztes A certain window at Yuma Hall distracts Frank John Stephens and Ai Puiido demonstrate To Lind- grease monkeys Gretchen Warner, Leslie Isaacs LoPresti from the rod John Sanders is holding. say McKeIlips the casy way to solve a sluicing problem. :Z W, College of ENGINEERING "Wrambling wreeks"P . . . not at Arizona. It may be Zl long hard pull from the time they kiss the blarney stone as green freshmen until they are knighted as seniors, but when they emerge as full-fledged engineers . . . it was worth it. Civil, mechuniczxl or electrical, it's ll tip-top engineer who sports an Arizona sheep- skin. DR, GURDON M. BUTLER Dean An important addition to the college rose this year Within transit-sighting distance of the main edifice . . . the Aeronautical Engineering Building. Some day it will in truth house aero-engineersg for awhile it is to relieve crowded conditions by accomodating the meelianieal division. Mechanical engineering professor Ed Maynard dernonsfrafesg some Capacitance and resistance rear their ugly heads as R Yereancc of those pictured are Rex McPhauI, Pat Kimmerling, Bill Crooks and linsfructorl, J. Gundry, G. Smith, S. Chalmers, N. Garrlgus R Kap Hugh Johnstone. pelman, G. Bergant, L. Bell and R. Mulkey battle the kllowotts f ...fd I Alla, College of FINE ARTS On South Campus there stood for a long time an old dormitory with white columns. Cne day it was no longer a dormitoryg Chopin and Bach began to drift from its Windows, and lone and plural voices were heard sing- ing. Hamlet and MacBeth came to stay awhile, and the walls were lined with beautiful paint- ings. An ancient dorm had become the place to learn all beautiful things . . . Home of the Fine Arts. ambitious major in Fine Arts can have a busy schedule. For musicians there are the Glee Club, 1 Capella choir, University Band and Symphony Orchestra Alpha Rho Tau is the ait honorary . . . Collegiate Players for Professor Rollin Pease makes reody for a triol voice recording with Myrtle Stone takes her turn with the boron during o session of the Loren Hollerubeck handles the controls interesting and procticol closs in instrumental direction. lll - 2 l!HW l ,fever-L White columns with musical appurtenances . . . the Fine Arts building. Fine Arts soon outgrew its confines, and even now strains the seams of the old dorm. The drama department is ensconced in Herring Hall fpp. 235-375, and the Art in Fine Arts can be found busy in the recesses of the library building. A shady campus lawn and a pleasant afternoon At the hands of Kelly Kennedy, Charlie Byers Organ student Katherine Bang tackles a particu- bcckon to Mimi Matanovich and her easel and undergoes a transformation for his part in "The larly heavy passage in the Fugue of her recital palette. Sunken BelI." piece. Hill 5' sift e t 1 f QQ P, ngllws sw.. ' n was AJ- Courts ond Torts of many sorts ore of home in the College of Law. The College of Law differs in many respects from others on campus. Its honor system, for example, applies to everything from final exams to the care of the building. The system is administered by the Student Bar Associa- tion, through its board of governors. ' The cubicles and stocks of The new Low oddition ore put 'ro good usej Dovid Elgort concentrates. 4 is Q: 5 R5 ,, Fw xsane"- wm -f- Ws We Wye EQ-Ahimki, m Km m Q Hi! va H . aamff-n gn? , 1- H va H AK fu H 255-Q.""-:I I A'-z . I Hn H I fl, H :tb . W H H my .5 55 P' E -:Ei is B :.: ' i fi! A Maj E li ,1 l , l Il sw we , , f The intensive Low curriculum mokes The Icxwycrs' lounge c rea! necessityg Ioungers ore Bob Miller, Foster Mori, Otto Linscnmeyer and Eldon Rudd. Page 70 X 1 College of L A W Order . . . order in the courtg briefing the case of the Arizona College of Law. The party in question begun in 1915 as zi department of Liberal Arts . . . produced two graduates in 1918 . . . grew through the years from 21 de- partment to Il college . . . became a member of the American Bar Association . . . moved into the old library . . . 1948 saw the arrival of 21 brand new 40,000 volume stockroom, com- plete with cubicles. DR. JOHN D. LYONS, JR. Dean Much practical experience is gained in practice courts, following bona fide courtroom procedure to the letter. Event of the year is the Fegtly moot court, :innunl eliminative competition concerned with appellate cases. 1 Traditional lawyer pastime is pitching pennies on the building's front walk, demonstrated by Howard Maklcr, Ralph Blair and Robert For- qucn. Competition is provided by the Fegtly moot caurtg presiding is Dr. Wil- lia'n S. Barnes Pleading is Howard Thompsonp others ore Dick Fish, Bill Dolph and Bill Rogers. -v " 's - m ,, if i'if5frTTr I 1 ri ' f.:riifiQf,fvf-f.2iGif's DR. RICHARD A. HARVILL Deon College ol LIBERAL ARTS The well-known "liberal education" finds its birthplace the college of Liberal Artsg diversih- cation makes a broad outlook a partner to the three R's. Interested in languages? History, sociology, political science? Ancient Indian lore intrigues the anthropologist, while astron- omers study the moon on clear Arizona nights. Psychology delves deep into the subconscious . . . philosophy probes for the ultimate truth . . . literature perpetuates Milton, Shelley, Shakespeare. Beyond the fourteen individual departments which comprise the major and minor fields of Liberal Arts, pre-medical and pre-law students, part way in a long climb, find their home here. A degree is given for special Inter-American studies, as Well. Ecirl Swanson lakes on onfhropologicol meosure- Dr. Wood of the observatory tokcs ci reading of Two phormacistssfo-be whip up ci batch of milk ment on homosopien Jim Officer, observed by the deportmenfs photometer. of mcignesiog next problem is to get Tasting vol Suzonne Sims ond John Holbrook. 9 0 O I 9 9 I LIFIYEGFS. H, r .-f.ig . . ,L 's,.lfg1? Page 73 Starting point of a massive college . . . the LA buildingg Cinsetl the Steward Observatory. Starboard of Old Main is the Liberal Arts buildingg what once contained nearly the Whole college now houses only offices and a few formaldehyde zo- ology labs. This largest college long ago overflowed its walls and now can be found all over campus, from the museum at one end to the observatory at the other. Pharm lab takes precision mcasuremcntg Lionel Oscar, the guinea pig holds the attention of Nath- More than one way to skin a cot? Not in Cat Guilbert and Frances McKinney go after materials alie Schmidt and Virginia Nagel, while Dorothy Mc- Anatomyg Tom and Tabby have their day on the for an experiment. Gregor and Jeanne Bendick track down bacteria. dissection table. The modern Mines building holds both machinery labs and classrooms Election to both honoraries, Tau Beta Pi and Theta Tau, is from the mem- bership of the combined engineering colleges. Engineers Day is also com- mon to both. Despite numerous joint activities, the fact that there are two separate engineering colleges on campus is scarcely known to the stuclent body at large. A Page 74 Not looking for Sam Magee, but working an assay Like men from Mars are mine rescue students l. A session an "the mill," with J. Mueller linslructorl, furnace are Bob Williams and Bob Giroux. Clow, D, Lowell, M. Zappia, A. Himebaugh, R. J. Hardy, J. Murray and R. Barr. Williams, J. Denny and R. Wenzel. EES E 5 i 5 1 College of MINES One big happy family, these miners . . . have one of the oldest colleges on campus . . . were combined with the engineering college until 1940, When the new metallurgy building was built . . . can now train in three Fields of the metal industry, mining, metallurgical and geo- logical engineering. Practical experience is an important part of learningg that experience is theirs on extensive Held trips and summer mining jobs. DR. THOMAS G, CHAPMAN Dean The Arizona Student Chapter of the American Institute of Mining and Metallur ical En rineers . . . a burdensome title but their s irit makes u 8 fa 1 P P for it. Monthl meetin s with s eakers on some hivhl technical sub'ect . . . Y g P Q Y J just-for-fun meetings with movies for Wives and girls . . . no shop talk here, but a steaming :mot of Collet: and discussion on the monthis activities. e- l Southern Arizonds arroyos and mesas ore Thoroughly combed for Small but capable of producing enormous temperatures is the elec cns on geology field trips. fric furnace, operated here by Edward Meyer The GRADUATE College The pursuit of truth and the extension of the boundaries of knowledge . . . here is the purpose. To this end many students in many different fields of endeavor devote years of graduate work. Some work for further pro- fessional training, others for intellectual in- terests. Almost every U. of A. department now offers a Master of Arts degree g a few are pre- pared to award doctorates. DR. DAVID L. PATRICK Dean The graduate college was established in 1891, when the university was still quite young. Its first degree was conferred in 1899, at which time only a mas- ter's could be obtained. In 1920 some colleges created work for Ph. Dfs, rounding out graduate opportunity. The board about which graduate work revolves is The Graduate Study Committee. Seated are Dr, Emil Haury, Dr. .John Walker, Dean Patrick, Dr. Lila Sands, Dr. Maxwell Short and Prof. Hartley Snyderg standing are Dr. Theophil Buehrer, Dr. Neal Houghton and Dr. Frederick Conrad. T ' , 1, ' V 12+ W- 4 Q, 4 4, 4" "',, . 0, b .11 1' . .fx .' , . M PM A -+' -'f ' 1' " seam a I' 'f"j',f-T' -yi' Dj-sa , if it rv-'Q I Lg,.., i umm Q Y, E The Graduate Thesis looms as a goal for Argentinian Fernando Ferreyra lbotanyl, Scott Wil- kinson tmusic compositionl, Harold Porter fmusic educotionl, and Ed Kurtz lbotanyj. Uniquely, Graduate's largest enrollment is during the summer session. Gver two-thirds of the university's graduate students have come from out of state . . . many from foreign countries. For each of them, all knowledge is worthy and study is of supreme importance 5 other activities can be legiti- mately put aside. Mrs. Elizabeth Hurley, graduate fellow in nutrition, Mohammad Choudri, graduate student from India, Ed Kurtz busies himself with a botany project makes use of the Wetzcl diagram in working with works at a botanical experiment. working toward a degree in that sublect o high school student. x-Q School of l MILITARY Flanks, ohliques, tanks and hikes... it's real army training in the University R. G. T. C. Freshman recruits may choose between mechanized cavalry and air forceg two years of military are required, and an additional two years will add a second lieutenant's commis- sion in the reserve. Proportional train- ing is given in drill, study of weapons, organization and tactics. The school's administrative staff included:ACoI. T. Q. Donaldson, Mrs. Arforcl, secretary to Col, Donaldson, Lt. Col. C. Hail and Capt. R, Briggs. The MILITARY CLUB has as members row I Edmonson, Lahr, Mora, O'Keefe, Peters, R. Lewis, E. Cunningham, R. Marti- nez, Crimrnins, row Il Gorman, W. Meyer, Hatch, Barnum, Savoy, Souers, P. Monier. STAFF OFFICERS: row l Major Zecca, Lt. Col. Hail, Col. Donaldson, Maiar Fleming, Major Speer, row I! Capt. Lynn, Capt. Smith, Capt. Young, Capt. Briggs, WXO Sloan. STAFF ENLlSTED MEN: row I MfSgt. Bartholomew, MfSgt. Armstrong, MfSgf. Hayden, Sgt. lfCl Savage: row ll Sgt. lfCl Franklin, TfSgt. Keating, MjSgt. Anderson, TfSgf. Schoepfer, MfSgf. Barnett. wg vm A 5'aHE54.LlB14J4BB"k'T5vf .mn 'Y 15 SCIENCE l For cadet commissioned oFHcers u summer camp provides six Weeks of practical experience. Pershing Rifles is the new honorary for freshman and sophomore slizirpsliooters, :ind those in- terested and capable may fire on the rifle team. Outstanding cadet officers make up the honorary Sczrlilxml :ind Blade, and top man in rank is cadet colonel. The Prcsiclcm and lhc Colonel look over the troops. The clcilicr of' slccl treads cmd muffled motors . . , cmd H10 flag goes by. Dress it' right . . . youre on poroclc. . . cl. disciplined mind is preparedness H Am ,ga . FR ,JZ +-'Hs A - 3 WL.. -:-... " :Hifi . rw- ' -M23 . N. 4 , ,. . A.. iw' .- . U of A RIFLE TEAM: row I S. Goodfcxrb, W. Bunce, K. Peterson, C. Strauss, G. Louck, F. Moyes, W. Laird, J. Confer, G. Frcmeg row II W. Kilcullen, D. Medley, R Kifchens, G. Warner, Sgt. Franklin, J. Gib- son, A. Polmer, J. Wood. 'sf "Wish you'd turn the page . . . we ...Ai 2152 1 uw --. -. 5 1 .. ,V , X A zz N 1 4 LJ y , fx, ff N ' if 'fig x A I xg, 'isa ,HLA .hgh ' 4 i if w 1 L -.1 Lrx .,,m,1' ,nw sw 94 N' 1 x 'fr' X ,- JMB xx-Aka Ska Q nf' X1 -.,..- Xlu. Kun , 73, 'Eff ,wh v rp 1 if 1 6. qi. f va ,L X, IE' . 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M, - .y .f 5559 1 iw 3 ' .. X I' ..:-.: .,,' ' x Q Q 1 5 .Y 1 as a zz 9 f PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL Pan Hellenic officers were Elma Mae Henderson, presi- dent, Kay Sayers, secretary, and Ruth Rosenberg, fl'6C1SU ref. Each sorority on campus sends representatives to take part in the activities of the Panliellenic Coun cil.The organizations func- tion is to coordinate the efforts of all sororities to- ward a more unified cam- pus, promoting coopera- tion and increasing mu- tual understanding. M.. 'gf Q34 Xiwpi B d x , W, O I 0 X5 jf: 'wililii if , .L Members of the Pan Hellenic Council were: front Ruth Rosenberg, A E Phi, Haroldina Carter, Alpha Phi, Kay Sayers, A Chi O, Mimi Matanovich, Pi Phi, Till French, Gamma Phi, back Harriet Darley, Theta, Enid Shorihause, A E Phi, BGrb0rG Stephens, A Chi O, Elaine Dickey, D G, Virginia l'lOughton, Tri Delt. Page 82 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL The IFC is the coordinating bocly for all social fraternities at Arizona. The Council sponsors a 7' r " 'ii 1. 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IFC officers were: front Bill Wallace, vice-president Bob Young, president, back Roman DeSanctis, treas- urer, Don Butler, secretary. 1 Members of the IFC were: row I Bob Schmidt, Lambda Chi Alpha, Rand Bookman, Delta Sigma Phi, Clarkson Eakin, Sigma Nu, Ben Williams, Sigma Nu, Bernie Weinstein, ZBT, Jim McNulty, Phi Delta Theta, Jiggs Lent, Sigma Chi, Bob Wheaton, Phi Gamma Delta, Lowell Rothschild, Tou Deita Phi, row Il Fred Snyder, Phi Gamma Delta, Bob Sundt, Sigma Gamma, Bill Wallace, Phi Psi, Ollie Neibel, Phi Psi, Paul Monier, Delta Chi, Ed Girard, Delta Chi, Bob Barker, Phi Kappa Alpha, Bill Held, ATO, Lee Hutchison, Theta Chi, Don Butler, SAE, Bob Young, SAE5 row III Chan Flickinger, Sigma Chl, Bob Schmid, Delta Sigma Phi, Bob Denny, Lambda Chi Alpha, Tyler Thomas, ATO, David Kornblum, ZBT, Roman DeSanctls, Phi Gamma Delta, Bill Finger, ATO, Dave Steinheimer, Kappa Alpha, Steve Chalmers, Kappa Alpha, Bob Schachner, Tau Delta Phi, 4f'f B 0 :Lf Y AQ' N! uv- Q? T? all 3 f 'wx ti 'GT 6. 'iff' uf '22 sl ,Ts 5 si-gfiisii 25" GRACE DENNERLY Tucson GRETCHEN WARNER Los Angeles, Calif, KAY SAYERS Phoenix WANDA OLSON Prescott LOIS NUTTINC Holbrook JOYCE HANLEY Bisbee JULIA MONEY Tucson JOAN SHERLOCK Gates Mills, O. BETTY HARBISON Globe MARY LYN HASKIN Tucson MARY K. FOGLI Phoenix KATHLEEN SCHIEFELE Birmingham, Mich. DOROTHY COWAN Tolleson SHIRLEY WATTERS Pomona, Calif. BEVERLY PATTON Tucson JEAN MacNEE Santa Monica, Calif. NANCY STEPHENS Douglas BARBARA STEPHENS Grand Canyon PATRICIA FERGUSON Tucson HELEN SWEET E. Aurorc, N.Y. MARTHA HARRIS Las Vegas, N.M. MARCIA MEAD Palo Alto, Colif. BARBARA ALLEN Detroit, Mich. SHIRLEY ROMO Tucson PATRICIA HOWARD Tucson NANCY KOENIG Maywood, Ill. GWEN HEUSER Louisville, Ky. PATRICIA GENEMATAS Tucson ANNE HUMMEL Phoenix ANNE HUGHES Tucson SHIRLEY HARTMAN Chicago, III. ELIZABETH PRITCHARD Prescott PATRICIA SMITH Phoenix JEAN ZERN San Diego, Calif. BETTY SINCLAIR Tucson EVALYN TULLY Tucson JOAN BURIAN Phoenix JANE BLYDEN Pomona, Calif. NETTY ANDERSON Holbrook DIANE SIDES Polos Verdes, Colil. FRANCES CARLTON Phoenix VIRGINIA SHUPE Charleston, W. Va. BEVERLY WATKINS Wethersfield, Conn. VIARY L. SCOTT Grand Junction, Colo. BETA LAMBDA ALPHA CHI OMEGA Founded nationally 1885 at DePauw University: installed at Arizona 1930: 67 college chapters. Qs?- --'fnf ,IT-Tha , The Alpha Chi Omega house, 1050 N. Cherry, occupied l942, ph. 60251 This year's Aggie queen was Alpha Chi Omega's Pat Smith . . . other royalty included Evelyn Tully, attendant to the ATO dream girl, and Kay Sayers, who was one of the Rodeo queen finalists. Gretchen Warner was voted by the Delta Sigs as "The Girl they would most like to be stranded on a desert island withf' Getting down to technical skills, Kay Sayers was president and organizer of the Rifle Associa- tion and captain of the Rifle Team . . . Dorothy Cowan pounded the gavel at the Home Economics Club meetings . . . Iulia Money, who presided over the house during the year, was Ofhce Man- ager of the DESERT. A-Chi-O was Well rep- resented in Panhellenic by Kay Sayers, secre- tary, and Barbara Stephens, chairman of the Rushing Revision Committee. Pi Lambda 't E' Theta members included Lee Haase, Betty Har- bison and Virginia Shupe . . . the ambitious athletic ones were Anne Hughes and Mary Lin i' Haskins who were Desert Mermaids. D ,L YJ 17, ll The annual Turnabout Dinner for Alpha Chi's houseboys is sheer hilarity. At left, Julia Money, president, serves guest-for-a-night Merrill Windsor, at right, Anne Hummel scurries to the kitchen as Bob Jones thinks up fiendish things to call for. mf my Rl .1 9' :D I. . Q can '--Q O Alpha Chi's officers: front Joyce Hanley, treasurer, Gwen Heuser, record- ing secretary, back Betty Hai-bison, corresponding secretary, Julio Money, president, Mary Lu Scott, vice-president. Pug: 85 The Alpha Epsilon Phi house, 1614 E. lst St.p occupied 1945, ph. 60471. EPSILON lean Ginsburg was an outstanding A E Phi who took many honors and well-deserved laurels during the year. Aside from being Secretary-Treasurer of F.S.T., lean was named as zt sharer of the award givenreach year to the student contributing the most to inter-faith work on campus . . . She was AWS publicity chairman, Secretary of the Arizona Inter-Collegiate Conference and Secretary of the Student Religious Council. Harriet Fruchtman was Tau Delt Snow Ball Queen and also a Hnalist for Freshman Queen . . . Leni Lernor, who was house presi- dent, was also a member of Alpha Epsilon busi- ness honorary. Panhellenic had its share of rep- resentation With Ruth Rosenberg as treasurer and Betty Cohen scholarship chairman. Enid Shanhouse Was a member of the A Club and also of Alpha Rho Tau, art honorary. With only eleven active members, Alpha Epsilon Phi has done Well to put her name high on the list of campus leaders. Page 86 Among A E Phi's more treasured possessions ore her Betty Sykes, Joon Gruener ond Mono Weisenthal, shown odmiring a coveted scholarship cup won by o member of the house. ALPHA LAMBDA of 1 ALPHA PHI Founded nationally 1909 at Barnard College: installed at Arizona 19407 34 college chapters. l newest pledges, E' ii i te' I-Ib'-'fy A E Phi's officers: Betty Cohen, vice-pres., Lernor, pres.g Joon Brown, scribe. Jean Ginsburg, treos.j Lenore l RUTH ROSENBERG SANDRA FISCHMAN JOAN LICHTENSTEIN Phoenix JOAN TAUBER Phoenix TUDY PELLAR Chicago, HI. Tucson JOAN BEHR Rockford, III. Tucson ENID SHANHOUSE Tucson HARRIET Tucson JANE GLASSBERG Tucson ELAINE BERGER Tucson JOAN BROWN Des Moines, Iowa JEAN GINSBERG Tucson LILA JAFFE Chicago, Ill. SUKI PRESENT E. Lonsung Much ANN SCHMEIDER ARLINE BISHOP MARILYN BLAIR Phoenix ANN STORMS Tucson MA HOWARD DOROTHY PRINCE San Francisco, Calif. MARGARET LI NDSEY Tucson TRICIA PARKER BETTY FRIEND Tucson MARADEL MARSTON Berkeley, Calif. ERGARET MCGOWAN BARBARA KINNEAR Hollywood, Calif. CAROL HALLER Bay Village, Ohio VERLY LOOMIS P . ANNE MARSH Tucson ALICIA ABBOTT Milford, Conn. XRY ESTHER LESTER T JEANNE BLAIR Phoenix LOIS COULTARD Douglas BARBARA HUGHES IVY MARJORIE YELLAND PATRICIA DOWNEY BARBARA WISHEK Tucson PATRICIA SMITH Tucson NINA LYERLY Tucson MARYELLEN CRAMSIE Pasadena, Calif. FAY PLUNKETI' Cleveland, O. BARBARA HALL JACQUELINE MCCOY Cenfralia, Ill. SHIRLEY SPRAWLS Tucson MARGARET SPENCER Tucson MARGARET UDALL Holbrook MARY KRABBENHOEFT PHYLLIS CUSACK V Beverly Hills, Calif. PATSY ROACH Phoenix ROSEMARY COLBORN Dublin, Tex. DOLORES MARQUES Tucson BETA EPSILCDN of ... Founded nationally 1895 at University of Arkansas: installed at Arizona 1922: 98 college chapters. X -,117 lsgi I The Alpha Phi house, 1339 E. lst St.: occupied 1930, ph. 40242. For the second consecutive time, Alpha Phi won first place for Homecoming decorations. More honors came their way the same night . . . They took second place in the Hoat contest for a beautifully deco- rated birthday cake. Spur members from the Alpha Phi house were Barbara Hughes and Peggy Spencer . . . Faye Plunkett, who was a member of Mortar Board, was also elected to Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Beta Kappa. In addition to having girls in Racquet Club, Putters and the A-Club, Alpha Phi also captured the bowling cup. Mermaids claimed Lola Mar- ston, Maradel Marston and Arline Bishop from this house . . . Margaret Gannon acted as Archery Sportsleader on the W.A.A. Board. Patty Parker served as Treasurer to the Red Cross on the Arizona Campus in her spare mo- ments. Faye Plunkett and Margie Udall were in Orchesis, the dancing honorary. :Zia 1nZ .3 V-. - J . Q. -I - '11-al ff ff , E With the University Sing just around the corner, one section of the Alpha F Phi chorus energetically worms up. 1 1 -J 4 l 4 l i l ,M ' c .V 1? Alpha Phi's officers: front Faye Plunkett, pres., Margaret Udall, vice-pres., Margaret McGowan, pledge trainer, back Dorothy Prince, rec'd'g sec'y.g Beverly Loomis, sec'y, Pat Parker, treos. I'r1gc S9 fee ZETA BETA WX A Of CHI CIVIEGA Founded nationally 1872 at Syracuse University: installed at Arizona 1926: 38 college chapters. . .-IN-.1-'s I ,E-s... 14 "- , The Chi Omega house, 1145 N. Mountaing occupied 1936, ph. 34703. Here's proof of the Chi Ols active chapter . . . They have representatives in almost every group on cam- pus. Alice Condit was an ollicer in Spurs . . . Ruth Hammerstein was one of the honored few to be a member of Mortar Board. Sue Goodson and Ioan Scott were members of the Tennis and Racquet Clubs respectively. Gay Daniels Won the honor of being voted a Hnalist for Homecoming Queen, and Donna Van Cleve was an attendant to the Desert Queen. Dream Girl of Delta Sigma Phi was lean Lauder- milk. In the athletic field, Carol Moore, by winning the Archery Tournament for the third time, gained permanent ownership of the Arch- ery cup. Alice Condit and Fuzzy Iones were on the W.A.A. Board . . . Alice as Speedball cap- tain and Fuzzy as Softball leader. The Chi O's also had several members of Desert Mermaids, University Players, National Collegiate Players and Zeta Phi Eta. " ..x,. l In true Christmas spirit, Chi O's wrap cheery gifts for a Tucson children's home. Alice Condit demonstrates to Diana O'ConneIl, JoAnn Brown and Ruth Hammerstein. .-fims 4 .W 0 O Q O - 1 k'l x i H. 2 51: i". A51 l Chi Omega's officers: Eleanore Schwolen, sec'yj Suzanne Meyers, pledge trainer, Ruth Hammerstein, pres.g Reta Reed, vice-pres., Martha Reif, treas. Page 90 HELEN DENSMORE Inglewood, Calif. MARY LEE THOMAS Tucson VIRGINIA DUDLEY Waslwington, D. C. NANCY MCKESSON Phoenix MARILYN BURSON Phoenix RUTH HAMMERSTEIN St. Louis, Mo. PHYLLIS HOLCOMB Benson DeNELDA FERGUSON Central ERNESTINE FREDELL Jerome ELIZABETH ALCORN Prescoff PEGGY ANN LADD Phoenix GAY DANIELS San Diego, Calif. ALICE CONDIT Tucson CAROL MOORE Tucson MARGARET INGHAM Tucson MARTHA LEE LANE Phoenix DONNA VEE SMITH Tucson DOROTHY BARNETT Lubbock, Tex. JUNE GOWELL Phoenix BETTY KNIER Phoenix SUE GOODSON Phoenix SALLY BOWERS Memphis, Tenn. BEATRICE THOMAS Tucson JEANNE BENDICK Mesa MARGUERITE PENN Ajo RETA REED Mesa IRENE DAVIE Phoenix ETHELLA VAN WORMER Anchorage, Alaska PATRICIA MORRIS-Warren SHEILA DEVINE Tucson JACQUELINE Tucson BONNIE JO SANDY Phoenix JOAN PENOYER Carmel, Calif. CONNIE STARK Silver City, N.M. JERRI FEIDT Tucson GEORGIA JAMES Tucson DOLORES DICHTENMILLER Ajo FRANCES JONES Tucson HELEN MOORE Tucson LAURA ANN DOWNEY Tucson RUTHMARY WELLS Phoenix Globe MARGERY KIMMERLIN Tucson DIANA O'CONNELL Tucson WILMA SCHRADER C CLEON BAYS Tucson JOYCE CARMODY Window Rock PAT HALL Tucson LILA FAE HOPPER Holbrook MARGARET DANIEL Coolidge JANE LUKE Phoenix JACKIE KING San Diego, Calif. JOAN SCOTT Tucson MARTHA REIF Phoenix MARGENE MORRIS Beverly Hills, Calif. SUZANNE MEYERS Tucson ANNE JOHNSON Willcox JEAN LAUDERMILK--Tucson JO ANN BROWN-Gallup, N.M PATT BAKER, Chicago, Ill. ' L. LESLI BARONAT-New York, N.Y. 3 VIRGINIA SCI-IREURS-Tucson "1- 5 xa Q? MARY JEAN ELLIOTT Tucson PATRICIA GRAHAM Phoenix JOAN SIEGLE Tucson MARIAN ATWOOD RUTH PARR Konsas City, Mo. LUCILLE HIGH Phoenix Ajo JOAN MANES Tucson BARBARA ZOLLINGER Tucson PATRICIA PETERS MILDRED GUNBY Tucson CAROL BLISS Safford DAISY GI Tucson Tucson MA RY FOSTER Tucson LLESPIE RUTH COYKENDALL CAROL COCHRAN Tucson Tucson MARY KAY KRIST Pueblo, Colo. ANNALYN THOMPSON Morenci HARRIET Tucson HANSEN PATRICIA COOK GRETCHEN LINDENAU Tucson Phoenix ELIZABETH FAIRBANKS. Morenci LORRAINE PROCTOR Tucson NANCY REEVES Morenci DAWN COOPER VIRGINIA I-IOUGHTON Tucson Gilbert JANE ANDERSON Tucson DIANA STANLEY Peoria JOAN WOODBURN Mesa JO WHITNEY LORA CHIAPPETTI Flagstaff BETTY COLMAN Yuma Prescott MARCIA MAE MARCH Los Angeles, Calif. GILBERTA COSULICH Tucson RUTH JOHNSON MADELINE MATHER Daytona Beach, Fla. JEAN MINISTER Somcrton DONNA GENTRY Bisbee Glendale, Calif. FRANCES Tucson STEVEN SON MARIAN OJEDA BANDY HADLEY Phoenix San Francisco, Caiif, FRANCES SCHMIDT Vail ROSEMARY BAR KER Clifton ANN HO UGH Ambler, Penn. IRMANEA BURCHAM Beverly Hills, Calif. N'-' 1 Pl-ll BETA DELTA f ELTA DELTA ounded nationally 1888 at Boston University: stalled at Arizona 1946: 87 college chapters. -1 I g-f,,., ii The Delta Delta Delta house, 1550 E. 6th St.: occupied 1946, ph. 26082, Scholarship . . . magnified by each individual member . . . a truly remarkable achievement. Under the leadership of Lora Chiappettia, Scholarship Chairman, the Tri-Delts won First place honors in the schol- arship standings . . . and the Panhellenic Scholarship Cup. Another prize of which they are proud is Mortar Board President, their own Virginia Houghton. Irmanea Burcham and Elizabeth Fairbanks stand for F .S.T .... Spurs claim Lora Chiappettia, Marion Ojeda and Gilberta Cosulich. Here again, Tri-Delta has tried something else a little dif- idn- --A ferent . . . A service project, which keeps them busy. That first Tuesday at the beginning of every 'month is the evening set aside for Work at the Veteran's Hospital .... It's under the title of work, but fuzz might be the more ap- plicable term. Everybody knows it's fun to do something good for others .... Sunday night gabfest with popcorn and milk is a Tri Delt ritual, and Mrs. Galer wouldn t think of being left out Q:55'isz?" g 1 i i L4 Tri Delt officers: front Madeline Mather, marshalj, Rosemary Barker, lx r j rec'd'g sec'yg back Elizabeth Fairbanks, corresp. sec'y, Harriet Hansen, ' tg Q pres.j Jean Minister, vice-pres. Page 93 ALPHA Pl DELTA GAMMA 'RY' 1 fn M' , ' I Founded nationally 1874 at Lewis School: in- yr We., ,Nr fy ,c ff I stalled at Arizona 1923: 59 college chapters. ,ff I Ye f aka, The Delta Gamma house, l-448 E. lst St., occupied 1928, ph. 32492. The Dee Gee's began the year in line style by taking first place in the Homecoming float contest and having Melba Shelton voted a queen finalist for the biggest game of the year. In Mortar Board were lane Lyons and Shirley Christopher who were also named in Who's Who . . . Melba Shelton was in FST, and Spurs included lan Bragg, vice-president, Betty Io Castelan, Lucy Dorman, Norma Matz, Gigs Larkins. On the more athletic side, the girls sporting A sweaters included lane Lyons, Shirley Christo- pher, Pat Bragg, and Melba Shelton . . . Big wheels in WAA activities were lane Lyons and pg., Shirley Christopher . . . They held down the lull lm fort with the ofices of president and vice-presi- in l A dent respectively. Taking a more artistic view Q ' 4 l of athletics were Lucilee Sellars, Betty lo Caste- lan, and Midge Foerster who were Orchesis members. Ian Bragg was vice-president of the Sophomore class. Throughout the year the Panhellenic Supremacy cup for the '47-48 year was a proud possession in the Delta Gamma house. l U, l 1, lk Sometimes there's almost too much wit to handle bouncing around thi l J Dee Gee house. ln stitches are Jean Redman, Joan Werbrick, Nancy Por l A ter, Marilyn Michaels and Ferol Deaderick. GJ ll 134 'A 54' . 3 Delta Gomma's officers: front Lu Sellars, corresp. sec'y, Marilyn Michaels Werbrick, re'd'g sec'y, Pat Small, treas. ll' Page 94 schol. chairman, back Melba Shelton, pres., Pat Utzman, vice-pres., Joarl PAT BRAGG Phoenix SYLVIA ROBLES Tucson HELEN MITl-ER Phoenix FRANCES BILDERBACK Riverside, Calif. CYLINDA CRYDER Morris, Ill. JANICE SCULLY Phoenix MARGARET PETERSON Chandler JOAN WOODRUFF Alhambra, Calif. ELAINE DICKEY Phoenix JANE LINK Toronto, Ont. Canada NORMA MATZ Phoenix PATSY HIESTER Bisbec DAISY FEDERIGI-ll Prescott FEROL DEADERICK Phoenix SHIRLEY AUSTIN Chandler EVELYN POTTER San Diego, Calif. DORCAS STEPHENSON Michigan City, Ind. NONAVIE HARMON DYER-Tucson BETTY JO CASTELAN Tucson LOIS HAMMOND Ft. Wayne, Ind. ROSANA FULTS Wabah, Ind. ZOE ZIMMERMAN Pasadena, Calif. JAN BRAGG Phoenix FREDERIC A CHAMBER- lain--Guatemala City, Guatemala MARCELLA ELLIS Gilbert LUCILLE DONNAN Tucson JAQUE BARCELO URIAS Tucson JANE LYONS Rockford, III. PAT UTZMAN Tucson JAN DICKEY Phoenix JEAN REDMAN Phoenix KAY MCCARTER Garden City, MELBA SHELTON Globe GAIL GILMORE Phoenix JOY SC I-IICK Davenport, Iowa MARTHA WERBRICK Tucson MARILYN LILLEY Phoenix SALLY STRAUS Phoenix BERNICE CHRISTENSEN Long Beach, Calif. NANCY STEVENS Tucson J UDY BARGMANN Toledo, Ohio PAT HALL Bisbee SANA WASHBURN Phoenix MIDGE FOERSTER Tucson NANCI LEWIS Douglas GLENDORA OTIS Douglas MARILYN MICHAELS Phoenix JOAN WERBRICK Tucson SHIRLEY CHRISTOPHER Wichita, Kans. JOAN MARTIN San Marino, Calif. BUNNY BOGUE Evanston, III. BARBARA MARTIN San Marino, Calif EILEEN WRIGHT Wcstcrn Spring, Ill. MARY MAY JOHNSON Casa Grande NANCY JANE PORTER Phoenix MARCIA HILLER San Pedro, Calif. CONNIE WORTH South Pasadena, Calif. LUCILLE SELLARS Tucson NADEAN KERFOOT L0 Habra, Calif. BINKY BATES Tucson NANCY CARTER Tucson N. A"'ll?' 4 1' , Y- 16' 1- 'ii'l'l . V U a Y 4 '1 KLE NIICE FALK 'hoenix JANE EVANS New Kensington, Pa. AYLEEN CLARK San Diego, Calif, RBARA H I LL 'rescott LOUISE GRAFE Santa Paula, Calif. YVONNE ANDERSON Tucson JEAN ETTE GRIDLEY Tucson VERA MILLER Phoenix ZABETH RICHMOND n okern, Calif. ELLEN FRENCH Phoenix MARGARET WINDSOR Prescott LOUANN BELL Yuma LLMORE J ORES GRAN ZOW ucson JOAN PASHER Birmingham, Mich. KATHERINE DENNISON Denver, Colo. MATHILDE FRENCH Phoenix BETTY SARGEANT Ann Arbor, Mich. JOAN KENDRICK Tucson DIANE PINKHAM Phoenix AGOP I E PAULOS Phoenix EVELYN NEELY Tucson KATHRYN JOHNSTON Tucson SARAH SEABURY San Fernando, Calif. PATTY LADY Tucson JOAN JACOBUS Orinda, Calif. ANNA LOUISE SUMMERS Tucson MARILYN COLE Fargo, N. D. VIRGINIA SCOTT Inspiration ELIZABETH EICKS Douglas PATRICIA LEWIS Aio PATRICIA HESS Phoenix GEORGIANA SYKES Tucson PATRICIA HUDDLESTON Prescott ELIZABETH PARRISH Pittsburgh, Pa. NORMA BEDILION Phoenix ELINOR CAUGHLIN Phoenix BETTY JEAN KING Pittsburgh, Pa. JOANNE GOELITZ Deerfield, III. GRACE APPLEYARD Tucson LINDA BROOKS Phoenix LOIS WILKY Phoenix ANN PENNINGTON Tucson HELEN HEATH Comp Verde JEAN CAYIA Elmhurst, III. MYRA BAILEY Brawley, Calif. JOAN DOUGHTY Tucson COLLEEN MAHONEY Tucson MARY LOU TURNER Phoenix BETTY ELLIOT Phoenix LOUISE HOPKINS Douglas BARBARA YOUNG Tucson BARBARA SCI-IILT Phoenix ALPHA EPSILON GAMMA PHI BETA Founded nationally 1874 at Syracuse University: Liga .7 "' W Wavi- installed at Arizona 1922: 52 college chapters. ,V ff ff'7'x7'777'f 'F"---"'vP-fv- 40277 The Gamma Phi Beta house, 1535 E. lsr St., occupied 1929, ph. 3-0482. Here are the gals with the spirit . . . and that spirit brings big returns. Presidents in a surprising number of activities call 1535 E. First their home. President of A.W.S .... Agopie Poulos. Liz Richmond guides F.S.T .... Pi Delta Phi, French Honorary under Chris Gillmore. Music honor- ary, Sigma Alpha lota, Pat Lewis . . . Putters Club, Agopie. There are Spurs, F.S.T. and Mortar Board, too . . . not to mention Chris and Agopie who are in Whois Who. Publications are well represented by Ianice Falk, society editor of the Wildcat. Athletics are in order as shown At Homecoming the Gamma Phi house once again sprouted an osten- tatious display in honor of the returning alumni. fi O 'Gig 'L "'-5 YL:f'?iff:?i CMM!-' -ffsaiiif 4133. y- Gclmma Phi's officers: front Alice Melby, house manager, Joan Pusher, corresp. sec'y, Agopie Poulos, rec'd'g sec'yg back Chris Gillmore, vice- pres., B. J. King, pres., Liz Richmond, treas. I 'age 97 by the many members in the athletic and dancing honoraries . . . and Margaret Wind- sor, W.A.A. secretary. Glamour enters the picture with Myra Bailey, Pi Kap Dream Girl . . . and Mary Lou Turner, Homecoming Queen Hnalist. ,A l 1 A 'Ki r Ai 1:5453 555'-4: 4 A s T ' 'V' 'L QA Q- . ,M,,,4,-my, N ay BETA DELTA 'H Y' If 31' 7 ' gl., 1, ' tm-lr nigh T .rm . f .,--gif' X ffff ' O was wifi, f-frm T 4 gear: ., ,-uaqa-yylex ,ky.q, X Q vang' 'Af2'14"4ll 4: A . 'f W -A f fit KAPPA ALPHA " ee ?-fl! - 1 1' X 5 -' ri 11. -' . fav:1,.f.+1fgZ'7 ' glen -F ' A - .?9'.,O,-,V 5 is QQ? , .- ' are f f V Z 52 1':si7,,g, .- Y 5 P shliffv u., ,m g Q I ' " ,M - A-, ,fy :Q j,- -,I 5 Founded nationally 1870 at De Pouw University: x .. X , v . -. . 0 T , , , -f V ,, .1 yy ...I-qrvwqq vs. V--,J ,.-'JMX '44 ,, , NN,Xg lx 'vfi Y' fi" lf -are Z-Tig' nffffttlffl-'fifff 'Fix P-1 'I installed at Arizona 'l9'l7: 67 college chapters '- 'ffff.i2i.fe-, eq 9.-t:.1:J'a y.a 1.-,Q L- X - - - ' ' ff-'Y f V ,ff f ff QI W f The Kappa Alpha Theta house, lO5O N. Mountaing occupied l925, ph. 3-Ol82. The familiar "Theta Ruins" of last fall has now become a very modern home for an active Theta chapter. Thetas hold oliices in all the classes . . .Ginnie Grose was secretary of the student body . . . Lorena de Sanctis, assistant editor of the DESERT, was junior councilwoman . . . Peggy Boice, Pat O'Reilly, Bev Clark also held offices. Second in scholarship both semesters . . . Proud of Phi Betes and Phi' Kappa Phis, who were Marion Moore, Harriet Darley and Virginia Grose. Queens, too . . . Mary Ann Neff reigned as Home- coming Queen . . . Patty Pultz was Phi Delt Dream Girl . . . Ellen Gross, favorite of the A.T.O.,s, was their Queen. Some attendants, also . . . Ellen Gibbon for Rodeo Queen . . . Vada Smith and Alby Horton for Sigma Chi Sweetheart. Bev Clark, Candice Gardner and Shirley Talmage were finalists, too. Spurs claimed Mary Blakeslee, Sherry Boice, Lor- raine Cafirey, Pat O,Reilly and Patty Pultz . . . Lorena DeSanctis and Miriam Hamilton and Marion Moore and Virginia Grose were in F.S.T. and Mortar Board respectively. Paul Bigger and Herb Lahr are shown'around the transformed Theta mansion by Joan Ganz, Peggy White and Elizabeth Gibbon. :W 'viva '. 0 Theta's officers: front Lorena DeSanctis, vice-pres., Pat Jenney, pres.p back Barbara Underwood, house manager, Betty Quinn, treas., Miriam Hamilton, rec'd'g sec'y. These officers pioneered a year of achievement climaxed by the award of the Pan-Hellenic Supremacy Cup an Women's Day. Page 98 PAT J EN N EY Prescott ELIZABETH GIBBON Los Angeles, Calif. PAT O'RlELLY Tucson SHIRLEY TALMAGE Tucson JANE EVANS Wilmetle, III. MARY HODGES Phoenix SALLY SEBREE Phoenix PAT JACKSON Amarillo, Tex. DIANNE DOWNING Phoenix MARCHETA CONDICT Tucson BABS RAIBLE SALLY WHITE Tucson Cloudcroft, N. M. - HARRIET DARLEY Kenilworth, III. JOAN STEVENS Paxton, Ill. PEGGY BOICE Tucson JANET KEMP Frankfort, Ind. LORRAINE FITCH Wickenburg MARION MOORE Tucson MARY ANN NEFF JOAN GANZ Phoenix NANCY CROSBY Topeka, Kans. BEVERLY CLARK Tucson Albuquerque, N. M. ELLEN GROSS Vincennes, Ind. SALLY RUSSELL Matoon, Ill. BARBARA LEININGER Lamar, Colo. MARTHA JONES Cincinnati, Ohio MABEL MEYER Highland Park, lll ELLEN GIBBON Los Angeles, Calif BEBE CLARK Oskolooso, Iowa JO ANN ASH Wichita, Kans. LORENA DeSANCTIS Tucson WENDY MARSHALL Phoenix SI-IERRY BOICE Tucson MARGARET WISE Nogales VIRGINIA GROSE Tucson NANCY KNIGHT Hinsdale, III. ANN AMMONS Phoenix VADA SMITH Phoenix ALBY HORTON Webster Grove, Mo. MEADE POWELL Tucson LORRAINE CAFFREY Tucson GRETCHEN KIECKHEFER Garden City, N. J. BARBARA LARSON Los Angeles, Calif. MIRIAM HAMILTON Tiicson MARY WHEELER Sterling, Ill. MARGIE EDMONDSON GLADYS STREHLOW Peoria, Ill. MARY BLAKESLEE Pasadena, Calif. JEANNE BINFORD Los Angeles, Calif. Downey, Calif. VIRGINIA CAPLES Reno, Nev. NANCY MURRAY ' Nogales PEGGY WHITE Tucson SYLVIA GANZ Phoenix HARRIETT BASSETT Fargo, N. D. PATTIE LOIS STEPHENS Phoenix CANDICE GARDNER Superior DOROTHY BAKER Tucson KATHRYN HOBBS San Diego, Calif. NAN PARFET Maumee, Ohio VIRGINIA REMY Wilmette, Ill. ANNETTE COWGILL Los Angeles, Calif. JOAN TALLETT North Chicago, Ill. MARTHA SCI-IOENHAIR Tucson PATTY PULTZ Tucson E SUSAN MERRIAM Topeka, Kans. BETTY QUINN Phoenix VIRGINIA DAVIS BEVERLY RENTSCHLER Tucson Joliet, Ill. LUCY YANTIS Fort Smith, Ark. JACQUELYN AURELL Phoenix LAURA LOUISE NORRIS Phoenix MADELINE WILLIAMS Douglas BETTY UDELL Phoenix JOANN KINNISON Tucson NANCY LAWSON Chicago, Ill. GEORGIA KEAHEY Tucson JOANN MCKINNEY Tucson MARJORIE BAURESFELD Los Angeles, Calif. MOLLY POTTER Rock Island, Ill. CAROL DANNE Chicago, III. ALZORA BENTON Burns, Colo. TAO SYKES Nogales BEVERLY WAHL Los Angeles, Calif. PAT Sl-IARPE Douglas ELIZABETH WHITNEL Belleville, Ill. ANN ACKERMAN Pasadena, Calif. LORRAINE YECK Phoenix PATRICIA BUNTON Tucson JoANN IRVINE Los Angeles, Calif. MIDGE WALLACE Los Angeles, Calif. KAY STUNZ Inspiration BETTY MAUNEY Shelby, N.C. SUANN WALTON Los Angeles, Calif. MILIANA DRACHMAN Tucson JOANN GLEASON Pomona, Calif. ELEANOR GWINNLJP Jackson Miss. JODY THOMPSON JERRY CRISTY San Marino, Calif. PAT PARKER Tucson FREDERICA HORN Ardmore, Okla. PRISCILLA AVERY Tucson DUSTY KILLIAN Tucson BARBARA STARK Wynewood Pa. PRINA STANLEY LINDA LAMBERT Mo quero, N. Mex. BETTY CUNNINGHAM Paso, Texas MILDRED HAUSMANN Kansas. City, Mo. MARY FLO SHARPE Douglas JANET KEMPF Evanslon, lll. EISELE PATRICIA JEWEL MCFARLAND NANCY JULIANI Oceanside, Calif, MARY SHELLENBERGER Rockford, III. JEAN WALLIS Tucson MARY LOU BRISCOE Tucson MARY ALICE BABBY Tucson GAMMA ZETA KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Founded nationally 1870 at Monmouth College: installed at Arizona 1920: 74 college chapters. ' E'fl7I7'71- 7'-fs The Kappa Kappa Gamma house, l435 E. 2nd St.g occupied l935, ph. 3-2672. All-around accomplishments-pick almost any Held. In sports Kappas took the tennis cup for doubles . . . the intergroup volleyball cup also adorns the walls. Mermaid President Nancy Kinney claims allegiance to the "Blue and Blue." On the other side of the ledger, adding their bit are the queens from KKG . . . Georgia Keahy was chosen Kappa Sig Dream Girl . . . Ioan Irvine, Home- coming finalist. Miss Arizonality was very well represented by Liz Whitnel. Liz has captured a few other honors, too, one of which is "Who's Wlio in American Universities." Spurs, soph- omore women's honorary, finds members in Linda Lambert, Prina Stanley, Sue Walton, Betty Udell and Pat Lawson, President. The big event of the year was a newly decorated house and the bi-annual province convention held in Tucson. Actives and alurnnae from U.S.C., U.C.L.A., Cal., and San Iose State at- tended . . . for getting new ideas about Kap- pas nothing could be better than a get-to- gether like this. 1 izl' 3' Chowhounds Pat Eisele, Dora Heap and Janet Cristy enthusiastically run up their food billp it isn't difficult to see who's ahead. -M :i fi may -'i'wi , iii. 431.111 I 'V 'i8Qlllm'llli'Yf Q5 -.-01. JILL I A A , eff f1-1- Q. 4 Kappo's officers: front Madeline Williams, standards chairm., Betty ,,, . ...,.,, g Qi! 4,2 . Mauney, trees., back Pat Eisele, pledge trainer, Ann Seavy, house man- ' eg' fi ager, Ann Akermcm, pres. i 5' V f e, R - N CIQEEE5. "fii:Z:2:: , " 2 .57 kgs-35. sir. ,N .. P rgc' 101 ..Z'r. ARIZONA ALPHA PI BETA PHI Founded nationally 1867 at Monmouth College: installed ot Arizona 1917: 90 college chapters. fffff The Pi Beta Phi house, 1035 N. Mountain, occupied 1927, ph. 4-0429. The perfect example of sorority . . . meaning sisterhood . . . Through the feeling of mutual goodwill, the girls with the Golden Arrow have more than contributed their part to the many activities on campus They proudly claim members in Mortar Board, F.S.T. and Spurs. A.W.S. oliicers, too, are among their number. Publications . . . Kitty Kaz editor is Katie Pender. Athletics are important, shown not only by their walking off with the swimming meet and trophy . . . conclusive evidence given by representatives in every athletic and dancing honorary, and W.A.A. Another shining facet was visible in iff'-l ' . . 15" N the Homecoming float and house decoration for p l. 1' i , v' which they won second prize. Queens of Pi - Phi are Sigma Chi Sweetheart, Georgia Ells- worth and Rodeo Queen, Sally Wright . . . and numerous Hnalists. But turn aboutpis fair play, so this year Pi Phis picked Ben Grman their one and only Dream Man at their annual Christmas dance Cp. 2515. When the Yaqui Indian youngsters come over for their Christmas party and to meet Santo Claus, it's hard to say who has more fun-the kids or the Pi Phis. j.. Pi Phi officers: front Katherine Griffiths, treas., Joyce Snyder, pres., Sue Saunders, vice-pres., back Maxine Kulinovich, rec'd'g sec'y, Georgia Hua Ellsworth, pledge trainer, Mary Giacomo, house manager. Page 102 CAROL SHERMAN Salem, N.Y. BARBARA TODD Talluloh, La. JEANNE MOEUR Tempe LILA JEAN MERCER Phoenix FANCI-ION BARTOW Phoenix MARY LOUISE I-IICK5 Phoenix PEARL SCHINDLER San Fernando, Calif. ELIZABETH JORDAN Tucson CAROL CALVIN Downey, Calif, MAXINE KULINOVICH Phoenix PATRICIA OLSON Tucson JOAN HALL Phoenix CAROL HOUSTON Mesa SUE ELLEN GROOVER Tempe ELENA BLAKE Morenci JANET EDMONDS Highland Park, Ill, MARY BERRY Grconsborough,N.C. GLORIA SLOAN Sherman Oaks, Ca'if, VIRGINIA JENKINS Kansas City, Mo. JUDY WALSH Sherman, Tex. ARRA KULINOVICH Phoenix SALLY WRIGHT San Francisco, Calif. BARBARA BEEMAN Oak Park, Ill. CAROLYN HYDE Castle Hof Springs BARBARA BALLARD Tucson SUZANNE SPORLEADER Phoenix ANN STANTON Clifton JACQUELINE BIVIN Phoenix ANN ARRINGTON Canadian, Tex. PHYLLIS WHITNEY Phoenix KATHERINE GRIFFITHS Douglas BARBARA CONOVER Tucson ANN MILLS Tucson BONNIE ROBINSON Glendale SUE SAUNDERS Roswell, N. Mex. BETTY BAYNE Tucson CONNIE ROSS Tucson LOUISE OMAN Columbus, Ohio JEAN MERCIER Phoenix SARAH BEST Corona del Mar, Calif GEORGIA ELLSWORTH Mesa JANE RUBEL Newport Beach, Calif FREDDIE KNIGHT Tucson MARGARET RICE Douglas JACQUIE BOEVERS Wikieup KATHRYN PENDER Tucson LOIS HILL Phoenix JOYCE SNYDER Kansas Cify, Mo. MARY ANNE CARLISLE Phoenix BETTY DEE PARKER Phoenix MARIAN KILLIAN Mesa NANCY CALVIN Downey, Calif. ANNE ORTON Salem, N.Y. MARJORIE BERG Tucson MADALENA GIACOMA Tombstone KATHLEEN MCNABB Phoenix PATRICIA BLANC Tucson BEVERLY HOWARD Tucson DORLEEN RAY Tucson BETTY MAE JONES Tucson RUTH JEAN LEVY Tucson CHARLENE CARLSON Tucson ALICE RIDGEWAY Tucson ROSE CATALANOTTO Tucson DIANE MEDN ICK Tucson MARION ARNESON Tucson BETTY URWIN Tucson ROSE CRACCHIOLO Tucson SHIRLEY HESSLER Tucson ELIZABETH JACKA Tucson ELVIRA GLAD Tucson LAURA COFFMAN Tucson ARLENE ANGEL Tucson JANE FICKETT Tucson MARILYN SCHNEIDER Tucson MARILYN BINGHAM Tucson LOUISE TALMAGE Tucson PAT LIEBEL Tucson JUNE NADY Tucson DAWN SANDER Tucson ROSEMARY COLLINS Tucson CHARLENE SUTTON Tucson THELMA FISHMAN Tucson BABLYN RICKSEN Tucson MARY GRADY Tucson JUDY RICHERSON Tucson FAY MCCORMICK Tucson MARILYN SEXTON Tucson LYNNE DUERR Tucson ALICE McCLUSKEY Tucson CHARLOTTE HUSS Tucson EDITH LEACH Tucson GERALDINE HELTMAN Tucson BETTY HOLAWAY Tucson BETTY FLEMING Tucson CATHERINE MILLS Tucson HELEN JEAN HOFFMAN Tucson ADELYN GUINEY Tucson MARAINE WILSON Tucson SYLVIA HIRSCH Tucson MARIE PASSARELLI Tucson BARBARA PARTLOW Tucson MARY DUNN Tucson MILLICENT EARLE Tucson PATRICIA BUNNELL Tucson FAMA JOHNSON Tucson PAT MOONEY Tucson MARY K. DAWDY Tucson NANCY WATSON Tucson MARY FIKSDAL Tucson BEATRICE CATRICALA Tucson BETTY MILLIGAN Tucson IRIS BERGMAN Tucson JEAN STEWART Tucson DOROTHY GEIS Tucson LAMBDA CHAPTER PI-IRATERES Founded nationally 1924 at U.C.L.A.5 installed af Arizona 1938: 16 college chapters. N Town girls all, Phrateres sponsor numerous benefit projects, such as this rummage sale, as their contribution to community welfare. Pic- tured are Louise Talmage, Marilyn Sexton and Gerry Heltman. Phrateres officers: front Gerry Heltman, rec'd'g sec'y, Betty Urwin, pres., Barbara Partlow, vice-pres.g back Moraine Wilson, AWS, Betty Mae Jones, treas. Activity is a byword with the energetic Phrateres, service is another Lambda chapter was hostess this year to the twelfth convention of Phrateres International which celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of the organizations founding . . . many delegates arrived, coming from as far as British Columbia . . . excellent ideas were exchanged about various chapters. Many service functions were carried on during the year . . . climax was the big annual Easter party for sixty Yaqui Indian children. The finance committee did an outstanding job by raising 15856 during the year. Not to be forgotten are the many girls represented in honoraries . . . E' 'hiitfi Thelma Fishman, Al ha E silon . . . Dawn X- xg .. ,A P P iN me 53-.ll Sander, Alpha Rho Tau . . . Dolores Bcnsen, Sigma Alpha Iota . . . Virginia Iones, Zeta 5? sl' Phi Eta . . . lane Fickett, Alpha Epsilon and Beta Gamma Sigma . . . Arlene Angel, Or- chesis . . . Virginia Houghton, Mortar Board president. Phrateres was also represented among the beauties on campus by Ierry Helt- man, attendant to Desert Queen. Page 105 1 1 Mrs. me m ia .wi U.-. SLI Www Myrtle Simons Alpha Chi Omega N is is s -exp: ,Q-ws ferr? :rx M rm as H ix E rs . 9 X .QE- ,mam , . H , BT r- S rt " a I we Lk K' 585.31 .L Mrs. E mms iggmsm we T25 wwe -M H Qfggilm, sewn 'lm reigns RE .gn X H rm . E M gimme sw .gems ,wwe H :Uses few as gg 1 E E NURS N H -nm r WEN .-.5-Eggs H. Y -.,.,: 3, Kathleen Kinser Chi Omega wr . aww .41 a nu mn mms :WS mrs Mrs. Edna T. Snider Maricopa Hall mei we-21 s Q 1 uma xr. Mrs. Veda Daugherty Gamma Phi Beta A n, im,-.3 H .5 A,-mn M E ww s'g..,,. Mrs. Marguerite Miller GilarHalI hge "What late lub?" Mrs. Ethel Arnett Kappa Alpha Theta 'il .4 ,AY Q if i-'Y 1 ll lim-- '- QA? QD EEN' . 'im ' ' .T ' 1- 'I m ! 'X I 5 9' A ki!!-is Page 106 HOUSE r X i . r ,t if X if 'I ff... A . . I . 4 , .- - ff! - . :dl 'f 1 1 ' 5151? .. :tit :lj .1 '- :I-.fm "E F. .. ,gs 'TQ i' H. "Al ' 1 :K l ' "' f A . I ,,1'-" 37. 3 .12 r '. 'YA r- ' - . f l l'f Mrs. Eva Robertson Kappa Kappa Gamma W, -4 e igj' 3 . ries' Zi, - Mrs. Martha Rosenthal Alpha Epsilon Phi Mrs. Loretta Scott Alpha Phi MOTHERS M is is m I an ss is I mv 3 g I .Lf EF' Mrs Helen Rust Pima Hall Mrs Winifred Fleming Lambda Chi Alpha Campus housemothers are commun- ity-mindecl, and have continually gone out of their way to prove it. They make up the Dean of VVomen's stall honorary, descriptively named Iota Heava Psi, which meets socially at frequent intervals. Their skit at Coed Capers annually brings down the house. While every sorority has a housemother, ATO, with Mrs. Nor- vell, and Lambda Chi Alpha, with Mrs, Fleming, are the only two fra- ternities so equipped. Mrs. Lela Bond Delta Gam 13' Mrs. Ruth Galer Delta Delta Delta ITIO if E mmm Nag? l Mrs. Louise Cou Yuma Hall Q--'-R -' , Mrs. Lillian Norvell F Alpha Tau Omega sins Not pictured: Mrs. Natalie Burr, Pi Beta Phi Qtr Phrateres sponsors, Mrs. Helen Rust, Mrs. Martha Fees and Mrs. Emma Herrick. Page 107 BILL FINGER Borger, Texas ROY BREWER Roswell, N.M. PETE WHITE Tucson NORM MCCLELLAND Tucson LARRY CONFER Tucson SAM MCLAUGHLIN Bisbee HARRY TALMAGE Tucson PAT WHITE Tucson TYKER THOMAS Tucson JACK VOSSKUHLER Tucson DICK WASHINGTON Douglas LARRY CONFER Tucson FRANK HAYES Washington, D.C. DOUG BUCK Grosse Poinf, Mich. VERN WALTERS Tucson JOE STEVENS La Grange, III. BOB ELLSWORTH Tucson ' VIC CRITTENDEN Des Moines, Ia. I-RANK GUTHRIE Tucson WESLEY RIBA Tucson , DICK CAMPBELL Chicago, III. JAY HANSEN Tucson BILL PEYTON Tucson JIM BAUM Tucson' JACK BODEEWES Chicago, III. JACK ALLEN Tucson PAT BARBER Chicago, III. COLIN BYERLY Sonora, Mexico VIC REX Tucson CHUCK BIGBY Dodridge, Ark. LEW HAYES Indio, Calif. ED ARNTZEN Tucson AL HALL Tucson DICK RYKKEN Tucson RONNY UTKE Douglos BOB BROWN Tucson BEN HAWKES Chicago, III. DOUG CARRUTH Harlingen, Texas BOB WALDBURGER New York, N.Y. BILL ANDERS Winfield, Kans. CECIL JAMES Pinon, Ariz. HUDSON HARMAN Nogales HANK MORROW Prescott ED SPALDING Chicago, Ill, BILL ROSE Tucson GENE LAUCK Tucson ED HART Pasadena, Calif. AL TOMLINSON Bisbee FRED JOHNSON Mitchell, S.D. RONNY COUNTRYMAN Tucson BILL HELD Mission, Texas DICK BANNEHR Tucson RONNY JOHNSON Oracie ALPHA TAU Founded nationally 1885 at Virginia Military Institute: installed at Arizona 1930: 105 col- lege chapters. M' V Vx The inevitable paddles must have those signatures inscribed upon them before too long, or else, Hudson Harman obliges Bill Brewer and Gene Webb. ATO's officers: front Ed Hart, treas., Bill Held, pres., Art Barber, rec'd'g sec'yg pres. EPSILON BETA 7 f CIVIEGA The Alpha Tau Omega house, 445 E. 4th St., occupied 1948, ph. 2-l 171. The ATO's were well represented in school activities this year with lay Hansen in Chain Gang . . . Bill Finger and Ronnie Iohnson in Sophos. Henry Morrow and Vern Cook were members of University Players . . . Vernon Myers was on the freshman debate team. Sports found ATO right at the top . . . Parker Gregg is border conference discus champ and holds the border conference rec- ord. Harry Talmage was medalist in the Conference Golf Tournament and is on the varsity team . . . Richard Campbell was active in publi- cations. Homecoming Hoat decorations took a second place tie and the house decorations I Q '11,-tgyeeti won a third. ATO volleyball team Won its -,, . ,g'-fzsrmwifvews ' J" "" ...ua ' H' ' league in intramural play . . . There is also X, X, , - I A extensive representation in the various cam- l " ' l. - B " pus honorary organizations. Nw U C l Q.. si wi? E x at M :Qs buck Lew Hayes, usher, Ed Arnrzen, sentinel, Ty Thomas, vice- Prlyc 109 is s 5 r R- M f. The patio at the Delta Chi house gets worked overtime. Hard at ARIZONA CHAPTER DELTA CHI 923'-if if ILNAYAQ A f i-Agxsxliv NJN-.-'J' ,I AMI? Founded nationally 1890 at Cornell University: l Li installed at Arizona 1925: 38 college chapters. The Delta Chi house, 1510 E. lst Sty occupied 1929, ph. 3-2682. Delta Chi pledges Wonithe Hrst annual Pledge Pajama Race this year . . . and were also promi- nent in more formal athletics events. Runner-up in the 1947-48 intramural banner race, their intra- mural teams are close to the top again this year . . . Members of the "A" club include Lee Dyer, president, who is also on the varsity football team . . . Ray Goodspeecl . . . Sam Stevens . . . Paul Monier, also on the swimming team . . . Larry Howard, another footballer. Oscar Carrillo, Roger Mullins and Wrinfred Tackett are mainstays on the varsity football team. Chet Vasey, Carl Lopez and Walt Kellner are baseball players while the track squad finds Norman Iohnson, Keith McClain and VVayne Corder on its roster. Honoraries, too, claim their share . . . Chet Vasey is president of Sophos, Hal Evjen is Delta Chi's other representative to that hon- orary organization. Norman Iohnson is a member of Chain Gang. work relaxing are Claude Hall, Don McClure, Bill Coopwood, Jim Fur- pres., Paul Monier, vice-pres.j back John'A. Donovan, sec'y, Jim Gentry house manager. Page 110 l as - -. I nas, Al Floss, Dave McNelly, Harry Badgley, T. J. Case and Stan Spence. Delta Chi's officers: front Jim McPherson, pledge trainer, Harry Badgley, STAN SPIENCE Phoenix DAVE MCNELLEY Williams CARL LOPEZ Tucson JOHN VASEY Tucson JOE LEWIS Phoenix MILT HARVEY Phoenix DAVE BRANCH Yumo GUS PENA Tucson JIM MOONEY Tucson BARRY SUTTON Williams BILL SPARKMAN Aio RAY ANDERSON Tucson C. J. MARTIN Tucson JOE PARICHILI- Tucson JIM SIMLEY Tucson JIM GENTRY Bisbee CLAUDE HALL Tucson DON WOMACI-I Phoenix JOHN HAZELTINE Proscoii' ALAN PALMER Phoenix BILL FELIX Tucson JIM MCPHERSON Congress RAY BULL Tucson JIM GIRARD Bogdad BILL PUELLE Tucson CHET VASEY Tucson DAVE SIMMONS Maywood, III. BOB KAPPKE Chicago, III. ED GIRARD Bogdad JIM SPONAGLE Tucson JIM HART Prescoff KEITH MCCLAIN Miami JIM KEOGH Encinitas, Calif. JOHN A. DONOVAN Yumo AL FLOSS Miami CLINT YATES Phoenix BOB HOLMES Tucson, LARRY HENDERSON Phoenix PAUL RAMSOWER Tucson DON DIXON Tucson TODD LAWRENCE Prescott ROY LOUGHBOROUGI-I Phoenix WALT ST. JOHN Tucson BILL OLIVER Phoenix HARRY BADGLEY Yuma HARRY RANSOM Tucson AL PULIDO Tucson CLAY HITCI-ICOCK Tucson T. J. CASE Tucson OSCAR CARRILLO Tucson LARRY HOWARD Tucson JOHN MONIER Tucson DICK PETIT Hollywood, Colif. PAUL MONIER Tucson MAL JONES Aio JOHN STILLE Tucson DON DANIELS Redlands, Calif. HARLAN MURRAY Aio WAYNE MASSEY Phoenix TED KLINE Tucson CHARLEY PULIDO Tucson N FRANK HIRST New York, N.Y. BEN DAVIS Phoenix EBBIE THOMAS Bisbee JOE COLLIER Tucson MAX CLAYTON Phoenix CHUCK XXIITTENBURG Casa Grande ED MEINDL Tucson TERRY YATES Tucson BILL BUNCE Phoenix PAUL CROWLEY Alhambra, Calif. CARROLL WHITE Holbrook HARRY ROSEN Phoenix JOE BAILEY Tucson JIM HOCKINGS Tucson BILL TATUM New York, N.Y. WARREN COTTON Fort Wayne, Ind. JESSIE THOMAS Phoenix RAND BOOKMAN Tucson JOHN MILLER Plainfield, N.J. VIC BAUER Tempe BUD PARISH Harvey LOUIS ROSE Tucson JOHN CARPENTER Tucson JOHN DINGLE Phoenix JIM HOLMQUIST Phoenix DOUGLAS CHURCH San Francisco, Calif HARVIE HELSON Tucson AL HAMMER Paiafinc, III. OZMOND QUAM Tucson JOHN HOCKINGS Tucson BOB SCHMID Bradford, Penna. FLOYD NEITERT Akron, Ohio . rs W nw K W V f 1, ..f' ?' A ,,, elm fa. 5 " ' v' ""v" lef' t " i O llgl ull: e e in by gf" X-iff' ,' L ,llklgkf P4 VX' Q,x-'-115 25'9, W T TE .Y 'f ' K-151'-f' ilwxx ,ku if xl' X' it ft' ess ' ' :sp v as ee :Il :aft-elm in 'l iq' Iszfiftq mm-nfl .gI,,.,ff Qi! T att, ff XX BH Xl of Y' it v.,- e ' ' X .i --,- W- .. S-E32-:iii , g if ee J I-lg .5 , 'gif' I ., Sl' fefff lllfltlw f 'R ff I f" 7 Tl "ll-il! l 'TSE WBT 1- Rt W"5"4lP?lfmli'Rll ' , T 'f1'f-1-'-12:-L' Ili .-1 ' , , f' 'lx-'TQf'tl""l F f mmll--lIwm!Hw":' 'f HYWM mania-"2 ,Da --,. - ' ff .. ' A "" ' -5,?J""I'-'aai'i:s6p,' Tmillllllnllnn- "afgi4Gr-Hdivtii' vngm-zseassrmzsi'-fi-:af--A ' L . nded nationally 1899 at New York Univer- " 3 installed al' Arizona 1948: 60 college 'mm piers. The Delta Sigma Phi house, 459 N. Norrisg occupied I949, tel. 3-7342. The most important event of the year for the Delta Sigs was their installation in November as the 72nd chapter of Delta Sigma Phi. The installation took place on UCLA campus, after the custom of the national Fraternity, and was a triple afliair in that new chapters at Tempe and San Diego were simul- taneously installed. Chain Gang members from the Delta Sig house are Ben Davis and lohn Iett . . . Iohn Hockings was the Sophos representative for the Delta Sigs .... Harry Rosen was a member of the traditions committee. Participating in athletics this year were Doug Church, freshman track team, and Bill Bunce on the rifle team. Iohn Dingle served as treasurer of A.S.M.E. Bob Schmid, Rand Bookman, Bud Parish and Harold Hunt are members of Alpha Kappa Psi .... Harvey Nelson is a member of Theta Tau, professional engineering fraternity. Chuck Wittenburg and lohn Dingle represent Tau Beta Pi, honorary engineering fraternity. , e banquet on the occasion of the cl'1apter's installation was a big affair Delta Sigs. Q i tk lta Sig officers: front AI Hammer, trees., Carroll White, vice-pres., Dick , Jer, past pres., Bob Schmid, pres. I Page 113 I GAMMA EPSILGN of KAPPA ALPHA oRpER Founded nationally 1865 at Lexington, Virginiaf installed at Arizona 1949: 73 college chapters. KA's turned out in full force as the chapter went national, dropping an Alpha from Kappa Alpha Alpha. Kappa Alpha hit its high spot this year with its installation in Ianuary as the 71st chapter of the na- tional order .... In campus honors it led the fraternities in scholarship for the third straight semester . . . making this group the permanent holder of the inter-fraternity scholarship cup. Representing Kappa Alpha in Chain Gang was Dick Wliite . . . in Sophos, Dave Steinheimer and George Crowe. Steinheimer was also a member of Theta Tau, engineering honorary. ln Scabbard and Blade were Pat Langdon and Dick Brown .... "AU Club member was Steve Chalmers, who was also appointed advisor to the Inter-fraternity Pledge Council. Officers at the time of installation were Chalmers, Lang- V don and Whiteg it was largely due to their unstinting c'orts that Gamma Epsilon became the growing, progressive chapter it is. Next step is a roof over their unsheltered heads. Quip most often heard in KA circles: 'This is Kappa Alpha . . . thatis an Order, son!" President Steve Chalmers receives the presentation from the fraternity's Knight Commander Elliott Dunwoody, as University President McCormick and Vice-President Nugent look on. vice-pres., '5O. Page 114 Kappa Alpha officers: front Steve Chalmers, pres.: Pat Langdon, vice- pres.g back Dave Steinheimer, sec'y, '5Og Dick White, sec'y.g Dick Ragle, GEORGE CROWE Nogales WILLIAM WOOD Glendale STEPHEN CHALME Phoenix PALMER SMITH Phoenix GEORGE STEELE Phoenix RICHARD WILSON Tucson BILL GEORGELOS Nogales DONALD WHITE Glendale EDWIN SCHMIDT RS Los Angeles, Calif. RICHARD BROWN Benson CARL HILLIARD Wickenburg Liwqgps.. 'Wi' .,4-was-L .,s,,,ez' ,. ?Sl44 l 'wwe ' .B-ding-lk' gl affix" we Q-. ORVILLE SMITH Nogales JOHN COULSON Tucson HOWARD BOULTER WARREN SCHEWEL Florence RICHARD RAGLE Fairfield, Calif HERBERT wfxssci-I Tucson OTIS COULSON Tucson FRANK 'WARNECKE New York, N. Y. DAVE STEINHEIMER Tucson DEHARD JOHNSON Turlock, Calif. LEONARD LANGDON Whipple ww-we 3'5" Phoenix SY GRASSMAN Phoenix pf' 2563 eva? fan ,MN fe www dh? 1, m"""'m?f fi . 'VS fl' JAMES HOFFMAN Douglas THOMAS LAWSON Aio BRAD TOLSON Tucson EARL POTTINGER Nogales GUY RUGGLES Cananeo, Mexico ALAN HOULE Nogales WILL POLLARD Ajo DONALD SHILLINGBURG Lukachukai FRANK BARRECA Pittsfield, Mass, ROBERT JEFFREY Bisbee KEITH JACKSON Douglas NED DARNALL Tucson JAMES COUNES Piffslon, Penna MIKE PISTOR Tucson ROBERT BLISS Willcox GENE SYKES Nogales DAVID BOYD Tucson WILLIAM SNYDER Tucson ROBERT J UDSON Tucson CRAIG POTTINGER Nogales CHARLES SMITH, Nogales ROBERT L. WINTRINGER La Jolla, Calif. JAMES NEGRI Douglas ROBERT WHITE Tucson VERNOR LOVETT Tucson EDWARD DAVIS Tucson ROBERT LARGE Los Angeles, Calif. GENE ANDERSON Parker RAY MUNSON Riverside, Calif. JOHN RICE Modesto, Calif. DOUGLAS KEDDIE Tucson LOTTI E DURAZO Douglas JR KAPPA SIGMA Founded nationally 1869 at University of Vir- . giniag installed ot Arizona 1915: 45 college 2 chonlers. i ln ominousiy thoughtful concentration are Jerry Dodson, Earl Pottinger and Bill Snyder. GAMMA Rl-IO of The Kappa Sigma house, 639 N. Pork Ave., occupied 1947, ph. 3-1352. Kappa Sigma was Well represented on the University athletic squads this year. Tony Morales, Brad Tolson and Ierry Dodson were mainstays of the baseball team .... Bob Iudson was on the track squad. . . . The other sports also found Kappa Sigma representation. Brad Tolson was the Sopho representative, Red Cross Chairman, a member of the Social Life committee and a member of the "A" club. Will Pol- lard also served on the Social committee. Frank Udall and Vernon Lovett were Chain Gang members. Publications found Mike Pistor prominent .... Bob Wllite made quite a name for himself as It a cartoonist and cover artist. Other "A" Club members were Clarence Capps, Tony Morales, Bob Iudson and Ted Blooclworth. lim Negri was assistant football coach for the freshmen. Members of engineering honoraries were Kappa Sigs Guy Ruggles and Tom Lawson. SWT rgsa ggfgign H E E Q 42 misse nse . ' 1 2 .1 g W V Kappa Sigma's officers: front Alon Houle, scribe, Ray Munson, treas, H M back Brad Tolson, mast. of cerem., Keith Jackson, vice-pres.5 Jim Hoff- man, pres. Page 117 in is mam in ,k K- W P wk N f' WI7 , . N, Ns is., iv N F11 I2 I-37 ' ' l 2 Wf ,ff pigigtqb iii? gk jlal sm. Sm ,hx ZETA BETA '2f'i 9 ' ' e ' 0. ' " 'P l it 1. ' W tw' LeT '. ' Wi l ' I :fi-tgp ' '- ' ' if 'aft 'JL' ' ' 2' 5621 7:31 iuaaf I-af. fire t . LAMBDA C1-11 ., 5 ' ,-c . X 47? , Q ?.ruL,':, "-zauvi ,fi - .W-, , j.- ' '1' I-X ,Wal f - Q3 Ve' '- f Y . . gn., ,. 5' kd., 4 -2S 2Jl- up -. l Q , -Jdf ' K, a-s---f.- f rw V4-U - T44 'Tl if 'linux .' --"' X ,Ju-.-5 .0 Qfpyg . '51 ?'1"""f,4 Pd - Q 5 y Founded nationally 1905 at Boston University: installed at Arizona 1947: 128 college chapters. ' Q 'xp R WI' XII l 'P ui ,g?'.:.E ' '- is ' ,f.-MQW' A N ' an ,5 u r. 'B ,ag-,F I T-l. . I E, in V, 4 -rv .. f i ' g,: ... 3 ' " '1 N ' ' N a.Qf1,,ff2 .6 C ! L 'la . 'WWQJT N lqg X I Q ' P 'V'z-,7-Yi . K-11 1 f.-f . - , as I ff 1. . V 'wi ff. if -0 sa -ae Q c VNV' ' X ii ill' Nwggl Zh I X X f X X , Q J, I fxvx NN a - f ui "l I . - wif wld 4 5 X X we Q IW5 'IETL 5 A 9' '5"f. X IR X-I 2 71,4 N v jpg, 7 X S X 1 -fL.r5,l0d5r I I we ig nf ft A gm! 41,11 ,xx 1 , I s . I . ff X 1 ,-E 124 1' v I , fra 4,01 ,f go l IU 'A rLNl f rf f' ' ' " l , uf' Eff! I 6 iv 7 x' it i 'I X In 1 'rf ry. 11:1 f-ffmma ef 3 ' f af "QSM ' If 04 fill:-. fl f 1 I' jk N, if I tru' nr +4 1 , 9 Q lg Q 1 gn' 5 X 'J X Z 5-25,4 viz I .r I C .- i , f , N igygmytgqf ng. , - I gjiggt. my 43 ji. X . mu 1 1 1 Sfig,NxL,,LR, . .5 rl itldfwizl lik Z.f,,,,,,7fgL nf '44 12,6 at 3 -1 1 N 1 f' .. f 1 Fin Mp , 'R :Wig vq, gui Hind KQXQ . :rim , W lls , X i r 1 lf f X l r sf- 1 1 N4 Nw V I 7 ,Q 1 gr 1- , 1 51 N51 jq p axfl is t" - : f fs 1' in f few. aan -. .1--1 A if. wry, w"'+ '--' N -' ft' . . qt L. ' Q I 0 ru L V i ? f I Q gi Q tk, ' r U f ,K x I -rl tl Y 4 I gat 1 'J' I l 5 The Lambda Chi Alpha house, 1177 E. Lester, occupied 1948, ph. 3-3371. Taking part in campus activities were many Lambda Chiis. Tom Waddell, a member of Chain Gang, was also commanding officer of the Pershing Rifles, member of Scabbard and Blade and circulation man- ager for the Wildcat .... Iohn Brandon was Lambda Chi representative to Sophos .... Ierry Lawyer was on the Wildcat staff .... Bill Young was cartoonist for the Kitty Kat. lim Lane, besides being a member of several honoraries, was baseball manager and a member of both the "Aw Club and the Engineeris Council. Herb Lahr was on the varsity rifle I team and Larry Iordan, the pistol team .... llll Frank Shaw instilled spirit into Lambda Chi activities in his capacity as a cheer leader. Pi Mu Epsilon claimed Bob Denny QPhelps Dodge scholarship Winnerj, Ioe Young, Carvel Wolfe and Vince Argento . . . more Scabbard and Blade members were Iim Lane, Roger Stephen- son and Bob Reynolds .... Alpha Kappa Psi was represented in the house by Iohn Brandon. . 'JE H an ...lg-s 'ai I . .,., ,.. f - 54 1' . 2 . , .x -6 X' I r-.Ly A i I 1 L V R as Herb Lohr, Dale Moxson and Joe Bonville play a few hands with their housemother, Mrs. Fleming, assisted by kibitzers Glenn Crandall and Mickey Lynch. f'i'?e . as Xftlen - iff'- Lambdc Chi's officers: Roger Stephenson, vice-pres., Bill Kelly, sec'y, Joe Young, treas.j Bob Denny, pres. Page 118 X PATRICK BURKE Chicago, Ill. RICHARD LEXX Tucson FRAN K Sl New Y: CHARLES ALLAN Boise, Idaho JAMES THAYE Tucson WILLIAM Lincoln DAVID MURRAY Buffalo, N, Y. ROBERT DENP Douglas CARVEL Tucson ROBERT REYNOLD Phoenix JOE YOUNG Tucson ROGER S' Dougla JAMES WELLS Mesa PAUL BIGGER Hutchinson, JOE WILCOX Tucson JEROME LAWYER Tucson MALCOLM WHARTON Tucson JOHN PLATT Scottsdale, Ariz. LES WELLS Tucson GLEN CRANDALL New Castle, Ind. LARRY JORDAN Cheyenne, Wyo. CHARLES BYERS Tempe TOM WADDELL Tucson DALE MAXSON Rochelle, Ill. TONY TSELENTIS Mesa GEORGE KARMIS Chicago, Ill. ROBERT SCHMIDT Detroit, Mich. DONALD LYNCH New York, N. Y, DONALD COOPER Winslow JAMES WINSLOW AIbuquerque, N. Mex. WILLIAM Douglo RAY MILLER SI. David LARRY MCDONALD Douglas MILTON GREER Phoenix JIM MCGEE Douglas EARL PALMER JIM NICKERSON Alpine BOB BIGGS Mesa Mesa MARSHALL HLJBENER Tucson JEFF LARSON Lakeside DON DUKE CECIL WILLIS Snowflake Mesa LOUIS CARDON Denver, Colo. KEITH RO GERS Snowflake WESL EY HOLDEN Hayden NORVEL JESPERSON San Diego, Calif. RONALD PATTERSON SI, John's WILLIAM H. HARLESS Thatcher KENNETH WILLIS Showlow RAYMOND KELLIS Mc SO WILLIAM TURNBULL PETE PETERKIN Safford Bakersfield, Calif. MELVI N DEN HAM Tucson KENT HILTON Mesa LOTHAIRE ABEGG Tucson JIM COLTER GAI L ROGERS I Safford St. Johns ANELLA TAYLOR I Thofchcr JUANITA I Tucson ROSE SKAGGS JOH NSON Tucson PEARL HEYWOOD LUCILLE MORRIS Phoenix COLLEEN PAT Sf. Johns Snowficikc TERSON JANIS WEECH San Co rIos BETH HOLLADAY Tu ETT IELSON ERI NE KENNER son NADI NE McRAE St. David MCRAE d LYN CANNON iglas .YNETTE Mc RAE SI. David CSOI1 LORA GENE CLAWSON Tucson GAMMA ALPHA GAMMA OMEGA LAMBA DELTA SIGM , N and A WI.,-'-'vm-fi QV . f'Nf'l q ,L Q" J ' I' The Lambda Delta Sigma Institute, IOOO N. Mounfaing occupied 1937. Ph. 3-0371 Lambda Delta Sigma stands very near the top of University organizations in scholarship .... Evidence of this are Larry McDonald and Iim Craig, both recipients of Baird scholarships. Many of the LDS men and Women are in the campus honoraries, also, including Ray Kellis and Bud Patterson in Sophos, Ken Willis in Chain Gang .... Ken is also a member of both the mathematics and engineering honorary. lim Coulter and lim Craig are members of Alpha Kappa Psi . . . business honorary. Ieff Larson is active in the math and education honoraries and Larry rn- . McDonald is a member of -the latter organiza- tion. Among the girls, Pearl Heywood and Francies McRae are members of the Home Eco- Gamma trainer, Gamma Alpha officers: Raymond Kellis, soc. chairm.g Bill Turnbull, pres., Ken Willis, vice-pres., Don Duke, treas. Omega officers: Francies McRae, pres., Lariene Moffett, pledge Katherine Kenner, trees., Donna Haymore, vice-pres., Lora Gene Clawson, sec'y. nomics Club and Anella Taylor belongs to Sig- ma Alpha Iota, womenis music honorary. Bob Biggs and Cecil Willis are representing the Uni- versity on the track squads, the former for the varsity and Cecil on the frosh. 2 ii' ' QQQLQE X ,. .. , nf Page 121 ,- Lyvvd-an .,-P-' vxqpwv' DJ.,-.-f':'q',., -1 1 .J 1-. ,...,i sg? S 2 ff +e - ARIZGNA ALPHA Z PHI DELTA TI-IETA 1 A . I .I 4 M. . . . I L,uw-.ef 'Tug A Quwmw-.LN mph mdhhwllkwmmv Founded nahonaly 8 8 at lam: University .-v'QI'f' -vv-4 ' AM" l' ..-res.. installed of Arizona 1922: 'l'l0 college chapters. The Phi Delta Tl"lGl'G H OUSC , i539 E. Speedwuyj OCCU pied l924, ph. 2-8542. Phi Delta Theta has had men in many activities this year .... Among tennis players, Herb Benham and Tom Van Fleet stand out as stars as varsity intercollegiate champ and varsity state champion respec- tively. Ted Thompson, Clary Lusby, Iohn F owler-also a footballer-and Dean Wasson are on the swim- ming squad. Iim McNulty and Leo Voyles are on the track team .... Phi Delt members on other squads are active. McNulty was a member of both Blue Key and Bobcats, as was lack Bryant. Bob Van Lone was one of the Chain Gang representatives .... Ted Thompson a Sopho. Iim McNulty, lack Bryant and Tom Van Fleet were honored by Who's Who. Doug i1Vard wielded the gavel for - the freshman class .... lim McNulty and lack Bryant were both prominent in campus publi- cations. Phi Delta Theta homecoming float won a second prize . . . and not to be forgotten . . . pledge Iohn Fowler won ambiguous acclaim recently by becoming the campus hamburger- eating champ. a'f"""i Jim McNulty begins one of his famous "Unoccustomed os l om . . . " presentations os Ted Thompson, Vero Miller ond Leo Voyies register vory- ing degrees of interest. 'Sa 0.1 tm Two of Phi Delt's officers are john Bolinger, pres., and Leo Voyles, vice- pres., not pictured ore John Buchanan, sec'y, and Deon Moody, house p mgr. Page 1 22 BOB UDELL Phoeni X BILL SCHWORER Alhambra, Calif. NORBERT WAGNER Fowler, Ind. KNOX CULLEY Oracle BILL McDOWELL. Riverside, Calil, LEO VOYLES Phoenix PAUL VOGELHEIM Rogers City, Mich. GLENN STANLEY Waddell DOUG WARD Tucson DEAN MOODY Superior DAN FINCI-I Scottsdale BOB STARK Phoenix JIM ALLEN Tucson STAN DOWNING Ci JACK BR Tucson CHU ncinatti, Ohio FRED EMICH River Forest, III, JIM MCNULTY Boston, Mass. CHARLIE OATMAN Phoenix CLARY LUSBY Phoenix YANT CK PENSINGER Phoenix DAVE MANSUR Tucson NICK LIVIERATOS Muncie, Ind. TED THOMPSON Kansas City, Mo. AL SMITH Phoenix JOHN BOLINGER La Joll LEE a, Calif. ESCHER Indio, Calif. RALPH ROTRUCK Anderson, Ind. GENE SPRINGER East St. Louis, III. BUD BECK Phoenix HARRY GEYER Phoenix ELMER ROBISON Tucson JOHN BUCHANAN Superior BILLY ALBERTS Phoenix PETE VAN BENSCI-IOTEN Sonia Barbara, Calif. CHAN LEFEBVRE Phoenix BOB VAN LONE Western Springs, III TIM SLATTERY Omaha, REX Neb. GERALD Midland, Texas GARY YOUNG Lowville, New York BILL JOHNSON Casa Grande BOB MEIER Phoenix WALTER ROCHE Phoenix CLARKE DUNCAN Phoenix LOWREN LAKE Compton, Calif. CARL MORING Ft. Wayne, Ind. JIM RYAN Phoenix GEORGE HAM Phoenix JIM HOLMES Birmingham Mich JOHN MUELLER Phoenix BART WOOD Benson DAVE BABBITT AL BATES Parker JOE ROBBINS Phoenix JOHN GOSS Superior TOM SAWN ER Phoenix Tlpion Ind BOB BUCHANAN Superior TUCK WILLIAMS 4? Kansas City Mo Tucson GEORGE STIVERS Tucson CHAS FILLER Chicago Ill JOHN MCLAUGHLIN Topeka Kansas T BUSTER GRADY , ' ' A, H2513 3 , mr- , H 1 J :V X ash' L '71 Q AJ fx Y V, . tg ! . . 1 k YK ,X .. v D0 ' V 0 mm ' M ff .xx :IP ."' 'li , Spb ' 1 'B 41 it .A N if ,' + , , 1 I ci 1 '49 It Q . :IJ 5 'Q . t.-'Q' - " ,.V.:,:. S? ,A -,::: .U 'vw as Q 1 gr Q F Q , Q A I E Q5 1 Q! Q L ' -1 M1-fGa,u. 'X ,. I fn I 4 dw Vx X3 Q I' ,f " fb jig -? 'xl at 7 . lv N, 5 I Q, -qu w iii Hg , H Y 1 'L R r lx K -'E W We --v Tx FW 2 fir Q xv, 5 I Ex 1 Q T - 'Y as 1 - Q1 N . A 1: " Y , -if z:..,x . - fi-,-Z ,. - :-: r Q ' , ",,., x F ,Q ' , ',", fi " ..g - fx . F L . H, F V J .J - ww! i fl. 5 -N .: ,- 1 ' Z' Y . V .5 : 'Ivy , -V ' , Y ,1 fs'- . , 9 3,,... 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N UPSILCDN ALPHA K Q g - 7V t h is ' 52, a n P1-11 GAMMA iieili ic DELTA 9 Knapp so The Phi Gamma Delta house, 1801 E. lst St.g occupied 1939, ph. 5-9116 Founded nationally 1948 at Jefferson College: installed at Arizona 1931: 79 college chapters. Phi Gams completed another active year with their men spread well around the campus in both sports and activities. Officers . . . Ioe Hipple, student body vice-president . . . Tom Fridena and Fred Snyder as student body junior councilmen . . . Roman De Sanctis . . . sophomore class president . . . Bob Bailey, freshman class vice-president. There was also a big Fiji representation in many of the campus honoraries. In Chain Gang were Tom Fridena and Fred Snyder, president. Ioe Hippie, member of Blue Key . . . Roman DeSanctis . . . Sophos. Snyder was president of both the University Inter-fraternity Council and the Western Regional Inter-fraternity Conference. Traditions Committee of the University found Vin Ciruzzi serving as chairman .... Among nu- merous publication vvorkers was lack Lauver, Um, A , JQJ, business manager of the Kitty Kat. Both Ioe Hipple and lack were honored by election to Whois Wlio. Dick Oxnam was vice-president of the Aggie Club . . . Dan McKinney, secre- tary of the same organization. Among the many athletes . . . Ioe Hipple, who tried out for the U. S. Olympic hurdle team . . . Bobby Charles, snow bovvl ski champion. Their long siege under quarantine had little effect upon the spirits of the Fijis in their self-styled "Polio Village." Pictured are Rudy Zepeda, Jim Davis, Burke Tolbert, Prof. Bob Koch, Bob Wheaton and Vin Ciruzzi, plus several unidentified unfortunates. it l.'- AL 4509373 Phi Gam's officers: front Bob Wheaton, pres.y Vin Ciruzzi, rec'd'g sec'y7 Bob Boice, house mgr.g back Roman De'innr-tis rnrresp. sec'yg Dave Math- ' ieson, historian. ae' 1, 125 I9 R tif 3 ' ti 'U - -I X r, Xa dl . , W 51 ' . 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Bill Wallace was vice-president of the Interfraternity Council . . . sophomore lack Emerson was assistant manager for varsity cagers. Ollie Neibel headed the business department of the Wildcat and was a member of the varsity debate squad. Dick Nielsen ran the Student of the Week feature on the "Matinee at the U of A" radio show .... Ted Garrity was the Mortar Board choice for Most Eligible Bachelor. Pete Brown served with Bob Arvold as Sopho representative While Y p Wyck Marohn held the job as president of the - Pledge Inter-fraternity Council. Bill Wallace . -.-Yi , . I v 4 ' belonged to Chain Gang . . . Tom Iohnson Was 'ii 'Q "" in f' xx campus Red Cross prexy, and Bill Bellemak brought in the Steinfeld Cup for extemporane- ous speak-ing .... Phi Psi pledges ran second in the first annual Pledge Pajama Race. tit? Jack Emerson, Pete Baldwin, Jack Parber and Bill Bellamak. 'L,,4:Ius1Av4,n- Q 5 4 f 9' 9 3 : germ . 3. 5 Phi Psi's officers: front Rex Mcphaul, vice-pres., Glen Baker, treas back sec y. Page 126 t.....- if -- Shufterbug Larry Crews captures for posterity the mugs of Rex McPhoul Oliver Neibel, pres., Bill Wallace, councilmang Dick Nielsen corresp DAVID WOODWARD New York, N. Y. BRUCE MADISON Phoenix LARRY WILLIAM FORK Flossmaor, III. JACK CATE Phoenix REX McPHAUL Tucson GRAY Tucson RICHARD NIELSEN Phoenix JOHN BLESSED Detroit, Mich. JACK PARBER Tucson PETER G. BROWN Bement, III. DONALD NORDQUIST Minneapolis, Minn. GLENN BAKER Phoenix ROBERT PETER BALDWIN Dallas, Texas, JOHN SCI-IROEDER Toylorvillc, III. OLIVER NEIBEL Kansas City, Mo. MCCAIG Topeka, Kans. TED GARRITY Prescott GENE SAGE Phoenix JACK EMERSON Tonganoxie, Kans. JOSEPH HILTON Hollywood, Calif. WILLIAM BROWN Bement, III. FRANK HOLDER Rocky Ford, Colo. WILLIAM WALLACE Washington, Pa. HOWARD KOMARIC Riverside, III. PAUL NIEWOLD Tucson HENRY CZAJ KOWSKI Wayne, Mich. JAMES SMITH Morcrici MATT TOMLI NSON Topeka, Kans. WILLIAM BUTTERBAUGH Tucson DON GOODER Tucson WILLIAM BELLAMAK Superior JOHN MAROHN Albany, N. Y. LARRY CRIJSE Hollywood, Calif. ROY HANSEN Tucson HARRY RICHARDSON Phoenix KEITH JOHNSON Nogales, Sonora THOMAS CRIMMINS Bronxvillc, N. Y. JOHN HART Hollywood, Calif. CHARLES KENDRICK Detroil, Mich. HARRY HANCOCK Tucson ED HARP Aurora, Ill. THOMAS JOHNSTON Agana, Guam CHARLES STAHL Yuma TED HARDY Phoenix THOMAS McKAY Shortcrcek, W. Va. THOMAS MONAHAN Boston, Mass. ,BV UW' 943 ii' 3.7 ,Affa- if -1"'l' TVTT' un- 'Sa' .4-.., 4Vl89i9eL nn- .max RALPH SIMONS Tucson JOHN WINDES Phoenix HUGH GUINN Casa Grande DONALD HOLT Ventura, Calif. LEM SHATTUCK Warrensburg, Mo. DONALD REC KART Tucson JAMES SAMPSON Phoenix BOB M ICI-IELSEN Torrance, Calif. GLENN COCHRAN Bisbee VERN FETTERMAN Phoenix HERBERT SALTER Tucson PETER FORMO Tucson MIKE HEMPERLEY Browley, Calif, AL REINAMAN Tucson JACK HAIGI-IT Douglas DICK WHEELOCK Safford DAVE EVANS New Kensington, P DALE THORNBU Tucson BOB WILSO Williams O. RG N DOUGLAS MCBRIDE Roswell, N. M. BRYCE WATERS Bisbee WAYNE DELVIN Phoenix Qu-I w--ff 4.4, -vi- DAVE CULBERTSON um' .64--. Q-ni, Evansville, Ind. KENNETH SHILL Phoenix LYNN RHODES Winslow BILL IRVINE Coolidge BOB STARKOVICH Williams AL REYNOLDS Tucson HAROLD SIMS Phoenix VANCE TAYLOR Globe BOB BARKER Van Nuys, Ca'if. GEORGE KOCHER El Manic, Co'if. VICTOR HOWARD Tucson BILL AUSTIN Venfura, Calif. GORDON BROWNE Glendale, Calif. JOHN KNIGHT Coolidge LARRY OLLASON Yuma BILL COHEE Phoenix .ia X ,ef iff ff ' GAMMA DELTA A V97 c . . ,,, xii -, f- are 25 . -ws li'-ig" 1 -fi. f as -. O f'.1'.'?f,.'l- Pj-2' ' .fihliiifida !' is 'f'i". x- , , .1 Eu, flig- f 1 PI KAPPA ff J " Z Wifi 7-"i"1T'::"7:-5 JH? . -- bfllfsii 'E if Vip A , -firzimki-Li1i"ivfi' ,fe 'W -'f ffrfzglfgawa 'V 'V Vw- - ' qt-fm, 'nip W I J 1 f A ' f X '54 ALPHA it I 1 I--Y 'eil gr'-f Wi . , N1 "7 2 ' JNL.. A ie-f 'XAJil9f?'a2i 'Gift it 'il ,.,, X 4911.1 1 f 1 fl ., .Xi,,i ,Y-N., , -rgsiihb. X S, f'-9Zli'.fi't'.,i -. '13-i.5'? HA ir?-M2 'chi' ' 1' 77?-' 'jffffw f we-HP: iw 'i v4 541' K Qifggya 'Ji '..,,gQ I liigfi'-WN 'Vigil ,:. 2211i lg of ' - 1'-, . A .tf..,a f ilk ii. fr-at f ,wuagi . . I- 1 , 4 by ,.,"u fl ,, itll llsl It ff, Q1 :--,- qw. , l isp. ' -' ' , U-I . lj lllin ig? 1' if Ciwigyyi :J y i A' Hifi:-' ff.. A' " E' A Founded nationally 1868 at University of Virginia: ,-, -e,f"'f'.-i -if 'itfiiif - N -' i :gg-A , "' ' , .A---' -f--- -'Tin installed at Arizona 1924: 92 college chapters. , :7 , The Pi Kappa Alpha house, 815 E. 3rd Sf., occupied 1948, Tel. 4-0802. The Pi Kaps were well represented in the realm of sports this year . . . El Woolsey, football . . . Ken Troutt, Leo johnson, lack Howell, basketball . . . Francis Kelly, baseball . . . Gene Brawley, fresh- man basketball . . . lack Howell, track. Several of the athletic managers also came from the Pi K A house . . . Lawrence Ollason was varsity football manager . . . Al Reynolds and Lynn Rhodes were basketball managers. Activities were not limited to the Held off athletics . . . Hugh Guinn was a member of Chain Gang and Ken Trout and Bob Starkovich served in Sophos. Dave Culbertson was active in Sigma Delta Pi . . . Bill Irvine in Scabbardand Blade . . . Al Wien and Bill Roberts in Kappa Psi . . . Glenn Cochran in Phi Mu Alpha. Dave Evans received the Tau Beta Pi trophy for being the outstanding freshman engineering student. In addition, Bob Barker was a member of ASCE ' With so much kibitzin available, a grand slam from some quarter is and Iohn Shelton and Dave Evans belonged to AIME. Active in campus work were Ralph Simons and Fred Croxen in publications . . . Dave Evans as a cheerleader . . . Ralph Buell who risked his neck to win first place in the bareback bronc riding in the University rodeo. The fraternity held its annual Dream Girl Formal at El Rancho Diablo and elected Myra Bailey as its queen. Future plans call for a new house accommodating sixty men to be built on the corner of Highland and Adams. Q practically inevitable, being very intent are Vance Taylor, Gordon Browne, Harold Sims, Al Reynolds, Mike Hemperly and John Knight. Gifs 's Ei Kap officers: Harold Sims, pres., Gordon Browne, house mgr., David vans, treos., George Wheelock, pledge trainer. 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X N : E C? . IQ, Muff gg- .. gig ., ' B -F5 2 ,V-,jg ,af A , f . we -' fizfffjgagqaxf a STEER F ' l' A xl nb! lil 'S 'ie K 'J' M" "fi'ff12'f or ' x 1 i. , '- J All-V LLM' " " ' .K K l exif ' e e' C A E it . . '-:.,".-ti-1'l:g-f 1 fl " ,,, 4 .:. '. I fe"1,1 I' Q V: if ' gg.. 3, r' rj- '-M5 rv Founded nationally 1856 at University of Alabama: , 3'f'A.i:1f'Z:,f'QQ- f 3' .auef 4Y.s,'f' QQ- . J"' ' ig-72 - '-"YL--' ' . 'Q My ' ,j",lj-" . l 1 ' " -' Q f- ' ' " - installed at Arizona 1917: 125 college chapters. The Sigma Alpha Epsilon house, 8l9 E. 3rd Sty occupied 1948, ph. 2-951 l, 3-3703. Sigma Alpha Epsilon was exceedingly well represented on the athletic squads this past year . . . ,among numerous football players, Harry Varner gained recognition by being elected as a co-captain . . . Leon Blevins was 'an all-conference basketball player and Bill Mann was co-captain of the varsity squad. Cn the track squad were Iohn Smith, Border Conference 220 yard dash champ, and Cecil Crouch, record holder in the Conference for the 440 yard run. Many Sig Alphs were found in campus activities also . . . Blue Key had Iohn Evans, Iohn Muse and Ioe Cherry as mem- bers. . . Iohn Evans and George Welch were Bobcats . . . Bill Mann and Skip Perkins were Chain Gangrmembers . . . Don Butler and Ben. Hill represented the group in Sophos. The IFC had Bob Young and Don Butler as ofh- eers-president and secretary respectively. M Much of the student spirit at the football games was due to the efforts of head cheer leader Ioe Cherry and his assistant Bob Eckles . . . George Welch handled the stunt cards. Iohn Evans, George Welch, Line Richmond and Ioe Cherry gained honor by being elected to Whois Who. Many o sorority girl hos been called to her window to heor the sercnocle of the Sig Alphs ond look upon this burning cliomond, ci token of esteem for the couple being pinned. fs Sig Alph's officers: row I Gordon Perrine, vice-pres., Bill Justis, sociol choirm., row ll Jim Bortletf, trees., John Smith, pres., Skip Perkins, house mgr. fi ff Page 130 L FARRIS ELLINGTON Phoenix FRED SARGENT Tucson BEN HILL Tucson GORDON Tucson TONE I BILL CATHRINER Whitlier, Calif. 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Bill Penn was president of the senior class, Lew Kluttz was the vice-president and Lou Gibney, treasurer . . .Lowell Bailey led the junior class. In the honorary organizations were Chan Flickinger, president of Blue Key, and Bob Howell, sec- retary of both that organization and of Bobcats. Other Bobcat members were Bill Penn, Iiggs Lent and Chan Flickinger . . . Chain Gang members were Phil Bryce, Lowell Bailey, Swede lohnson . . . Lee Carey and Art Pacheco were Sig representatives to Sophos. Bob Martin was senior councilman on the student council . . . Sigma Chis who were elected to Who's Who include Bob Stubbs, liggs Lent, Chan Flickinffer Bob Martin and Bill Penn. Bill Grinnell led the assembly committee as chairman... D 3 lx A ,. 1. fi!-, W is l is n c r ,. if ' I i X 'filllfll i l Q. 31. fe 'fit ,gif-s Q, 119 Q ' fi" ., 1 Q i H Q V wifi! 1, - H s v " I A ft When Brother Olsen of Olsen and Johnson blew into town, he had an admiring Sig house rolling in the aisles during a chat after dinner and before his hilarious show. Bfiiiiia vat .. Sigma Chi's officers: front George Greene, pledge trainer, Clark Rorhach, social chairman, Jack McDuff, treasurer, back Phil Bryce, vice-pres., John Smefona, pres., Marvin Johnson, sec'y. P11 gc' Bob Stubbs held a similar post on the Social Life Committee. In the publications depart- ments, Bob Hammond edited this year's Desert, lack McDufl was business manager . . . Bill Hellinstine, sports editor of the Wildcat. Len Everett was president of Phi Alpha Delta law honorary . . . Boyd Morse served as president of Phi Delta Phi, also a law fraternity . . . an- other law school honor was won by Bill Birm- ingham, secretary of the Law school student body. Phil Bryce was president of Pi Delta Epsilon journalism fraternity, Dale Chambers was vice-president of the same group. Arve Michelsen, an exchange student from Norway, was vice-president of the University Ski Club. Sigma Chis, intramural champions last year, were also near the top in this year's race. SIGMA Stray Greeks never miss a chance to extend their social life . . . a pleasant interlude at the Delia Gamma house. Stray Greeks . . . or Sigma Gammas . . . men who belong to fraternities not represented on this C211'I1pLlS. Members completed a year in Which, true to their tradition, they were brimming with spirit. Not only social activities but campus Work came in their stride . . . Devin Brain served the IFC as vice-president and was a member of Phi Lambda Upsilon honorary . . . Iim Pottenger was a mem- ber of Chain Gang. France Raine Was counted in with the Sophos and Chuck Crehore was found on the rolls of Phi Mu Alpha honorary. Stray Greeks proved once again that broken ties are no deterrent to group spirit . . . their individ- ' 1 sv' ' 1 ual fraternity training has stood them in good stead, for they carry on as a brotherhood would and should. Most memorable Was the occasion of their rendition of "O'Reilly's Daughteri' and other unmentionables in a med- ley for the University Sing. Their charming informality and unorthodox manner of dress brought thunderous applause, but no trophy. xx ' 'N it Page I 3'-1 nfs Don Brown, Perrin Winchell and Earl Swanson raise their voice in song with a trio of DG warblers. Sigma Gamma's officers: Jim Portenger, sports, Jim Crowley pres Bob Sundt, sec'y-treas, Not pictured is Don Brown, vice-pres. I i ARIZQNA CHAPTER GAMMA 1 i 'Z' ROBERT MEYER Tcmpc Delia Phi Chi ARTHUR BERGMAN Kenilworlh, III. Phi Pi Epsilon BENJAMIN SEVERINGHAUS Lithania, Ga. Dclla Tau Delta DONALD BROWN Edwardsville, Ill. Alpha Dclfa Phi JAMES POTTENGER Chicago, Ill. Pi Kappa Phi EARL SWANSON McMinnville, Orc. Sigma Phi DEVIN BRAIN Springfield, Ohio Alpha Delta Phi ROBERT SUNDT Tucson Delta Upsilon TERRY JOHNSON Tucson Dalia Tau Delia FRANK BRASHIER Ccirmi, III. Nu Epsilon Alpha PERRIN WINCHELL Tucson Delta Kappa Epsilon WILLIAM POTTENGER Tucson Pi Kappa Phi nw, Jr'Em GP' la'- ,Aff 'lt 865' - A543 4. . ,FE-F--H-A, i s lib? SWE A 'Y --u-A umm' 1-4--bpslw ,Q JAMES CROWLEY Kenilworth, Ill. Dc-lla Tau Della MALCOLM CUTTING Cleveland Heights, Ohio Delta Upsilon z DON GETTY WILLIAMS Houston, Tex. uglos MAX WILSON Tucson DON HIGGINS Willcox JOSEPH O'BRIEN FINCH Tucson ioenix SAM WOODBURN Globe JOHN BROOKS Tucson elcs Cohf ROLLAND WATSON HEARLEY phoenix FRED KELLY Phoenix CHARLES WILLIAMS Wickenburg EDWARD SAMPSON FRANCIS IngIewood,Cc1Iif. BILL JESPERSON Son Diego, Calif. SHERBURNE BROWN Boston, Moss. JOHN ENGLE Phoenix ROGER HARRIS Sf. Poul, Minn. BOB HOUSEHOLDER Phoenix RLES HALL HE1NuI?:ZorC-ARRETSON CLARKSON EAKIN Phoenix JOHN ROBINSON Posodeno, Colif. GIBBINGS Phoenix JOHN CASEY GESTFORD FRANCIS Glendale WAYNE WILSON Tucson HENRY MAYHEW BILL PINNEY PAUL CARROLL Lo Grange, III. AMES ALBRO Tucson BILL ZAREMBSKI Gcnevo III. BOB CAMPBELL Phoenix JOHN KULINOVICH Phoenix VERNON MOUNCE DAVID DONNAN JIM MALONEY Tucson BILL I-IUEBERT Windsor, Ont. DICK CLARK PETE SALDAMANDO Nogoics JOHN GARDNER Superior EDWARD LOBDELL BOB WEBB THAYER TONER Flof Rock, Ind. JOHN MCGEE Eugene, Ore. RICH MOUNTJ OY GORDON POTTER Chicago, III. BOB PETTIT Phoenix EPSILQN ALPHA P ff xv , SY 'if oi Q , ,5 SIGMA NU Founded nationally 1868 at Virginia Military 'V , ff S' Institute: installed at Arizona 1928: 102 col- . ,ws , ' uv-"A V WJ .- is w,, ' lege chapters. The Sigma Nu house, 1023 N. Tyndall, occupied 1930, ph. 2-9685 Sigma Nu had among its athletes some of the very best of individual performers . . . Charlie Hall, fullback on the Wildcat team, received All-American honorary mention . . . Tom Woodburn was a first string end and with Hall, an "A" club member . . . Bob Householder is one of the varsity base- ball squad. Sigma Nu representatives on the rosters of campus honoraries included Larry Moser, stu- dent president of the B.P.A. college and secretary of Alpha Kappa Psi, business honorary . . . Sher- burne Brown, president of the Ski Club. Ver- non Mounce was one of the rough and ready members of the U of A rodeo team, Winning first place in bull riding. Ben Williams, Ir., served on the Traditions committee . . . class honoraries counted Bob Pettit and Sherburne Brown in Sophos and Dan Ellis in Chain Gang. On March 6, Sigma Nu initiated the largest number in its history-27 men. The house grade average speaks for itself-almost a point over the university all-men's average. I? A serious discussion takes place at the house on North Tyndall . . . Bob Pettit, Paul Carroll and Bill Case participate. 1 Ajutgg Wm Sigma Nu's officers: Clark Eakin, 2nd sem. pres., B. Watkins, 2nd sem, treas., Ben Williams, 2nd sem. vice-pres., Larry Moser, lst sem. tras,, Dan Ellis, lst sem. house-mgr., Don Higgins, lst sem. pres. Page 137 mf' ,,.. of 35 college chapters. .-W Y- -X ,.- Y . .- ..-gf L L Y ,., The Tau Delta Phi house, 829 E. 1sfSf., occupied 1948, ph. 4-0952. Tau Delta, established locally in February, 1947, climaxed a year of achievement by receiving their national charter from Tau Delta Phi. During the year the Tau Delts added an annual Gay Parisian dance to their original Snow Party held in the Hrstsemester. Active in athletics were Bob Dorsk, var- sity football, and Lee Goodman, a swimming team letterman . . . Frank Lazarus made the Frosh swimming squad and Marty Shaw made the Prosh tennis team. Taking their share of scholarship honors, Ezra Regen and Al Mallis were Sophos and Lowell Rothschild was a member of Chain Gang. Bob Schachner and Lowell Rothschild were elected to Phi Alpha Delta, law frater- nity . . . Ira Cohen, a member of Delta Sigma Rho, speech honorary, was one of two UA candidates for Rhodes Scholarship honors. In campus aliairs Lowell Rothschild was active in the IFC and served as chairman of the annual IFC dance . . . Ira Cohen was a member ef the campus traditions committee. Arnie Serbin led a popular campus band and Ezra Regen and Lee Goodman were on the Wildcat staff. lohn Cohan played in the UA orchestra . . . Ben Eisenman and Charles Whitehill were on the Hillel foundation executive council. Tau Delts look forward to the fall semester when they plan to move into a new and larger house on North Tyndall avenue. sw- ew , , Af. ter's charter from the notional president. i -:gs f. R Elf 5 , g ,sr Councilor. Page 138 1 TAU DELTA A TAU DELTA Founded nationally 1910 at the College of the City of New York: installed at Arizona 1947 A big moment in Tou Deir history . . . Bob Schochner receives the chop fl l i Tau Delto Phi's officers: front Ezro Regen, sec'y, Robert Schachner pres l Lowell Rothschild, vice-pres.5 back Leonard lvoris, treos., Poul Levy ALBERT MALLIS Philadelphia, Pa. ROBERT SCHACHNER Tucson ELL ROTHSCHILD Eosf Rockaway, N. Y. LEONARD SCHWEITZER San Bernadino, Calif. DANIEL FRUCHTMAN MARTIN SHAW Defrost Mich. GERALD GOLDBERG Los Angeles, Calif. Cincinnati: Ohro LEC RUBENSTEIN New York N. Y. STEVE BLEICH Tucson SOL HAMBURGER PAUL HOROWITZ Phoenix HAROLD RELKIN Forest Hills, N, Y. MILTON FELDSTEIN Asuza, Colif. HOWARD ROBBINS Tucson IRVING BLUM Phoenix MYRON GINSBURG Tucson ARNOLD SERBIN Tucson CHARLES WHITEHILL For Rockaway, N. Y. PAUL LEVY Detroit, Mich. ALEX HOLTZMAN Patterson, N. J. STANLEY KROEN West End, N. J. JACK ETTINGER Tucson GERALD GELBWAKS New York, N. Y. D GILLEY N HULDERMAN B veland, Ohio JAMES DICKSON Winslow IRCHIANA :-, III. 'INGLING inslow MIKE ZANET Prescott SIGAFELTER ENE MCCAUGHEY o JAMES SUTHERLAND Tucson 3 LLS I' HUTCHISON 1 gsfaff FIL LUNA Flagstaff KER QEEMAN N WADDELL i CSOFI GEORGE OWENS Tempe GEORGE LEBSCI-I Prescott MIKE MIGNELLA Prescott JOHN SANSING Miami BERNARD MISKE Cleveland, Ohio FRANK LAYTON Aio GEORGE LEGTERS Globe ROBERT LEWIS Tucson RAY LOOME Tucson DEAN GILSON Phoenix JOHN CAMP ION Tucson DALE LEWIS Globe ROBERT CLOW Son Bernaclino, Calif. DAYTON KEMMERIES Tucson THOMAS METZGER Prescott CAL BLACKLEDGE Tucson H. MORGAN GILBERT Prescott ROBERT TRIEBER Tucson JAMES ARMSTRONG Ajo DON SIMPSON Aio FORREST HINTON Ajo H 'gig ., X ' 7 ,iid e .fe 1- ' - H, . ' , f' --ez..-nf' - . - .ML I . :fil- -.gf '-.L 'V .fs :5:',? i?T' 'A like "H - ,. fe:1' t:.?, . L .. . X ja sv. Q F "A A -, ' ' f .-ca? "'g..1i" .i " I' tt 3i?' 5?"3 ,- gl ,Z ,L r 1 fzggffl ,'3,,1. pg, B - -.i'i'fQ-is i - it "E?i"'gf5r' X t ' E ' i x QR ff 1' -1 a- 'vmglk-f" If --sqft 'aye rt -V N- - X , A Q.. 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X tezfffefef - 1:11524 - . - are i. f installed at Arizona 1941: 81 college chapters. A -L I' ii I vt E 17 -Q ,, ,phi jiiggyl mg 'E Hiiiji ..,-1:-1 L , 5 xp., X ., :gL'j5, i?,I. --iee lvxq A " f T '-'Qt 1, 71 " " I" f - ' . ., i Gi.-V . P . T f-fe New U at 715 . v it left - N. .4 .0 15... ie.,. ,,,.... ia- Q -X 'A , gfyf-54 il I " i ,s-f- i 'T ' tl il The Theta Chi house, 906 N. lst Ave., occupied 1948, ph. 2-9435. Theta Chi took an active part in campus events this year. They had representatives in most of the major varsity sports . . . lim Freeman, track . . . Dale Murphy, football . . . Tom Metzger, basket- ball. Freshmen also did their share in working for the house . . . Roy Wallan, baseball . . . Ioe Dalton, track. Active in honorary work was Dick Greer, who took time oh' from his legal duties to serve as as a member of Blue Key and Bob Cats. Iohn Mills was active in Chain Gang and Tom Metzger and lim Barnes were elected to Sophos. Fil Luna brought fame to the chapter by being chosen as one of the "Most Eligible Bachelors" finalists . . . lim Freeman was a member of the "A" club . . . Lee Hutchison helped to keep the freshmen in line as a member of the traditions committee. And so the Theta Chis can boast a new house built practically by their own hands. It isn't every fraternity that has a cactus in its front yard, nor is it every Theta Chi chapter that can trim it for a Christmas, free in December, in shorts. ' OJLIK was X A Y 2 Theta Chi's officers: front, George Owens, rush chairm., Lee Hutchison, Z. V Ri pres., Robert Sand, sec'y., Bob Lewis, social chairm., back George Legters, 'ft frees., Morgan Gilbert, house-mgr., Jim Freeman, pledge trainer, George f - ur S Lebsch, vice-pres. , if-f . X 4, . Page 141 ' l Q . ALPHA OMICRON ZETA BETA TAU "' -vw: Founded nationally 1898 at the College of the City of New York: installed at Arizona 1926: 43 collegeichapters. V 3 gev-1-1 .- rt-fvtkuv Lmdfx S . V ,pun xfvwh The Zeta Beta Tau house, l0Ol E. 2nd St.: occupied 1948, ph. 2-9186. Athletics found ZBT very active . . . Bernie Weinstein was a varsity baseball and "A" Club man . . . Don Diamond and Don Simon varsity football material. Four men were managers of freshmen teams . . . Bob Shafton, football . . . Alex Pesses, track . . . Ronnie Staub, basketball . . . Tony lacobs, baseball. Al Kivel was leading scorer in intramural basketball. Sophos boasted of Don Pitt and Ron- nie Koneeky, While Sanders Solot was a member of Chain Gang and Paul Present of Bob Cats. Mickey Morris was vice-president of Hillel and a mem- ber of the "AH Club. Arnie Krevat, pledge president, was instrumental in organizing the new tradition of an annual Pledge Pajama race . . . The IFC representatives were Bernie Wein- stein and Dave Kornblum. ZBT also had a large representation in both band and orches- tra, another proof of their claim to being a Well-rounded house. Don Pitt prepares to flip the ball as team mates Sanders Solot Ronald Staub Ronnie Konecky Howard Feldman Harold Pesserillo and Kenneth Fenster wait attentively 4:16334 . igir? vit Q if 2 x - L' Sanders Solot, treas. Page 142 in Zeta Beta Tau's officers: front Harvey Evenchik, sec'y, Ronald Konecky, house-mgr.g back Bernie Weinstein, pres., Albert Gotkin, vice-pres., LAWRENCE COHEN Brookline, Mass, SIDNEY HIRSCII Tucson IQENNETI-I FENSTER Tucson MICHAEL MORRIS Bullolo, N, Y. DAVID GARBER Clcvclcinrl, Ohio DONALD PITT Tucson SI-IELDON Cl-IERNEY Ponlicic, Mich. ANTI-IONY JACOBS Tucson STANLEY WEINTRAUB New Rochelle, N. Y. SANDERS SOLOT Tucson ROBERT Sl-IAFTON Tucson DONALD DIAMOND Now York, N. Y. RONALD KONECKY I-Zrocldyn, N. Y. CHARLES WEISENTI-IAL Dc-1roiI, Mich. MYRON KRICI-IMAN Phoenix ALEX PESSES Rock Island, Ill. HAROLD PESSIRILO Brooklyn, N, Y, BERNARD WEINSTEIN Tucson DONALD SIMON South Bond, Ind. PAUL PRESENT Tucson ARNOLD KREVAT Brooklyn, N. Y. HARVEY EVENCH I K Elyria, Ohio DAVID KORNBLUM Beverly I-lills, Calil. ARTHUR RUMIZEN Buffalo, N. Y. ALBERT COTKII Tucson RONALD S Chicago JEWELL TRASK Patagonia JACK THOMPSON Prescott JOHN COLVIN Casa Grande PAT BERRY Yuma LARRY PERRY Mormon Lake JOHN HANEY Yuma JIM MCFARLAND Buckeye VERNON VAN CLEVE Yarnell DAMON BROWI4 Sanders BOB BARCLAY Yuma DAVE HARRIS Willcox TOM JIIPSEN Tempe TED HAZEN Buckeye TOM BOYER Presotf CLINTON ALLEN Benson BOB BEVER Gila, N. M. JOHN SMITHERS Sholow ELMER EMRICK Yuma FRANK SHOWN Yuma ED LILLIE Coolidge DUTCH SCHUMAN Honolulu, Hawaii JOE LORANCE Yuma JOHN LEE Phoenix LYNN HUNT Douglas FRANK GLEASON Meridian, Miss. LOUIS BOHN Phoenix VINCENT ACOSTA Miami HEDGER LAMAR Tolleson GORDON CRAN Hilo, Hawaii BILL ROGERS Modesto, Calif. DICK BARNEY Benson JOE NESBITT Mesa JIM BELOAT Buckeye BILL PITCHFORD Yuma JIM CHASTAIN Tolleson BARDON WELLCOME Waltham, Mass. The AGGIE HOUSE ll-'I' v"'N--x s The Aggie house, 819 N. Euclid, occupied l946, ph. 2f7542, Definitely in its own element, the Aggie house Walked off W ith the lion's share of the honors at the U of A Rodeo in April. lack Thompson bossed this yearls affair, and with Dick Barney was voted all-around cowboy. dividual honors in many events are on display . . . lack Smithers was best-dressed cowboy on campus . . . in An -Aggie is on outdoorsmcm, proof of this is shown by Jim Chastain, Louis Bohn, Fronk Shown ond Jewel Trask. House officers vyere: front Bob Bever, social chairman, Joe Loronce, sec yg Joe Nesbitt, house mgr.7 back Vernon Von Cleve, vice-pres., Elmer Emrick, pres. in various parts of the house. 'Vernon Van Page 145 Cleve was a member of Chain Gang . . . Sophos claimed Dave Harris and house secretary Ioe Lorance . . . Ioe Nesbitt made "Who's Who." The active Aggie honorary, Alpha Zeta, was made up of a goodly number of Aggie house men . . . always game for a trip to Mt. Lemmon or a session of roping on some ranch in the Catalina foothills. HBP vb 4'-4:9 ost Q24 ii' 4112 gd? ATQ 10, 444 ml img! AYJX KA61 1.0- GX -iii We wb ANC ,SAE Q Wiki? l 1151 ffkh iN 142 iw TA 5,5-.fi Ex v 4' E' 442 first X11 shi WA APP Mr Ni-PN 749 tyl- 454,25 NKI1 The INTERFRATERNITY PLEDGE COUNCIL is composed of the pledge presidents of all campus fraternities, plus active members as advisors. The 1948-49 council included: row l Donald Butler ladvisori, SAE, John Marohn ipres.l, Phi Psi, Charles Pulindo, Delta Chi, George Owens lsec'yl, Theta Chi, Bob Howell lV.P.J, Sigma Chi, row ll Tom Ciochetti, SAE, Ken Johnson, SAE, John Fox, Phi Gam, Bob Bailey, Phi Gam, Rick Jennings, Sigma Chi, William Wallace ladvisori, Phi Psip row III Stephen Chalmers ladvisorl, KA, Bill Heck, Sigma Nu, Bill Hiebert, Sigma Nu, Tom Hood, Phi Psi, Eugene McCaughey, Theta Chi, Warren Blakely, ATO, Jim Thayer, Lambda Chi Alpha, Ed Del.aski, KAg row IV George l-lam, Phi Delt, Arnold Krevat, ZBT, Stan Schneider, ZBT, Joe Christoff, Delta Sig, Jack Ettinger, Tau Delt, Larry Pann, Tau Delt, Tom Williamson, Kappa Sigma, and Torn Lawson, Kappa Sigma. Traditional penalty for bestowing one's pin lnot including the more obvious consequences of such an actj is a cere- rnonious dunking in Memorial Fountain. "Pooling" takes place without regard to season, water temperature or apparel, and has been the major factor contributing to the neurotic condition of the pond's goldfish population. ln o burst of cooperative spirit and energy, the pledge classes of all campus fraternities undertook to renovate the hallowed pool, this rendered it less odiferous and much more suitable for the frequent if unwilling visits of those recently pinned, assisted by the inevitable dunking committee. Residents of certain parts of Tucson were treated to the somewhat zany spectacle of scores of paiarna-clad pledges clashing through their streets, the occasion was the Paiama Relay. Deckecl out in their sport- iest nightwear and passing rolled towels as batons, pledges raced in block-long shifts from the Tau Delta to the Phi Gam house. Winners of this novel event were pledges of Phi Gamma Delta, with Delta Chi second. 7 . 'r ' .4 in ' v -,. ,I ."- 1 5 Q 4 . , b sv, f f-..,-XR v'5"' a 11" , 1,1 -1' .1 if-:. f ,. 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The INTERHALL COUNCIL, composed of hall presidents, included: row I June Cooledge, Yuma: Anise Mitchell, Maricopa: Phyllis ljike,FPimag Mary Jo Steele, Gila. row Il John Savoy, Arizona, Ford Dodd, Cochise, John l-lock, Yavapaig Bob Verlica, Papagog oe entress, Hopi. - EAST STADIUM DORMITORY STADlUM'S OFFICERS were Roy Kelly, social mgr., Dale Murphy, ' . president, and John Kelly, secy-trea- En 'masse to class 'down the SDHGI surer. Not pictured is Frank Lazarus, STOIVCOSOI STQC-llum 'S Qff0CT'Pn0f0lX vice-president. STADIUM DORM, built in I946, housing ll2 men. Tel. 2-9273. known to residents as Yaqus Hall. During homecoming Gila flung Wide its doors to the alumni and all comers, with dancing and refresh! ments as featured attractions. Other open houses were on Mom and Dads Day and in the fall, when an infor- mal dance was held. Memory of tlr: year was the Gila-Hopi Christmas formal at the Pioneerg on May 16 a spring formal ended the social sea- son in grand style. Y E 1 W. HN? My if M 5 if I 'simon ' A r ws ' if Esmsis ma E V -ra an mf' lakh Bgxdiisnmf K 'Ut mi M but ax msgs . n XMN ma s,-M-.PETER W M my ' B1 an sc. ima :ivxrfw a.iS.3..a5H Wd! - THE GILANS -- Gila Hall, built in 1937, housing 151 women. Tel. 2-9171. friivclilillilrggillfcnjlcf sfggrc? Talented freshman prexy, Doug Ward, drops in to lend accompaniment to a soulful iaryg and Kathryn Coon, treasurer. quintet: Jeanne Arnold, Kay Stunz, Sigrid Krupp, Bev. Watkins and Pal Shelton. fix! X r -. H .,l 'wr-v ill A, as Em Mimi I nge 149 Prlgc' 150 THE MARICOPANS - Maricopa Hall, built in l922, housing lO8 women. Tel. 2-9433. The lobby and patio at Maricopa were kept busy this year as the scene of many a reception, tea and open house, as well as formal and informal dances. Requests for help with the Red Cross drive and with Rodeo Week activities brought willing re- sponse from members of the hallg acceptance of responsibility became a byword, personified by prexy Anise Mitchell, who further served as In- terhall Council president. NO WASHDAY BLUES for busy Marieopons: below, Kippi Fogli, Mildred Levine standing Joyce Carmody, Pearl Heywood, Vera Hopkins, Dorothy Cannon and Jean MARICOPA OFFICERS: Anise Mitchell, pres., Feme Scale, Burt. , . f l X is iff! ll lf ,sf r 3. fi E fy Q I 'SS Z r 1 9 l 'v Q: Z. W 3' has Slgif-'hi Y z i '2--gy secy., Gene Hammond, vice-pres., Lucy Song, treas. 9? 4- Newcomers to the hull were treat- eil to ll picnic in September, launch- ing zi year full of activity. A White Christmas theme captivated party- goers at the yulcticle formalg in Feb- ruary came an informal dance to start oil xi brand-new semester. April hrought the university sing and Pimzfs "Blue-tuiletl Fly." The final fling was ll formal on May 7, themed "southern eolonialf' PIMA OFFICERS: row I Phyllis Pike, pros., Louise Kimberlin, THE PIMANS - Pima Hall, built in 1940, housing 33 women. Tel. 2-4352. irc-:as Pauline Search, vice-pres., Laura Thorne, sec'y. row ll THE HEAD RESIDENT wouldn't believe if, but Daphne Coggin, Marilyn Bingham, Frances Kimsey, bus. mgr., Virginia Flick, house mgr. Irene West, Virginia Pullen and Esperanza Romero are caught raiding the icebox. I L Prlge 151 - THE YUMANS - Yumo Holl, built in I937, housing l56 women. Tel. 219544.- ,.f , we u as lv 5: 1 is ,gi its--if ' if -as Wi FEMININE COUNTERPART of the bull session ot Yumo finds Lynn Cole, right, od libbing on anecdote for Lucy Yontis, Marcia March, Nancy Julioni ond Joon Stevens. More than thirty couples attended the dreamy Christmas formal at Santa Ritals Rendezvous Room, high- lighting Yumals social calendar. From this success straight through to the spring formal at "El Con" on April 29, it was a year of open houses, an exchange with distant Hopi Lodge, Christmas caroling and the well-designed booth at A.W.S. car- nival, manned by Coeds with a sense of Yuma. YUMA OFFICERS: June Coolcdgc, pres.: Terry Yoshigo trees., Alice Stites, sec'yg ond Virginia Hulse, vice-pres ng ARIZONA OFFICERS: Larry McDonald, vicc-prcs.g Individuals seem to strike the key- note in this hall. President Iohn Savoy is a member of the Chain Gang, and Larry McDonald, vice- president, has received a Baird Schol- arship during the year. To the sports picture the hall contributed Tony Morales, varsity h ask e t b a l l ace. Group activities did have a part in the hall's functioningg one of these Was an enjoyable picnic, attended by over twenty couples. presg and Gerald Johnson, scc'y-Trees. c--0 THE ARIZONANS -- Arizona Hall, built in l9l3, housing 60 men. Tel. 2-9563. John Savoy, ARTIST of the ivories is Bob Parkg his enthralled audience, Dirck Roify, John Savoy, Larry Puckett and Carl Hilliard. 1m gf 153 Page 154 THE COCHISANS Cochise Holi, built in l922, housing l5O men. Tel. 2-9301. ENTHUSIASTS Ken Eckert, Ed Loughron ond Eddie Powell kibitz os Frank Wojnor waxes for the coming ski season. The attraction of Cochise men to sports of every kind was exemplified hy the presence in the hall of Ari,- zona's middlevveight ch a l11piOI1 Weightliftcr, Steven Adams. Intra- murals found hall residents in near- ly every event, with a good record forthcoming. Social life was by no ni can s neglected, vv i th exchange dances and semi-formals dotting the calendar 5 among these was the Sur- plus Hop with its novel decorations. COC!-HSE OFFICERS: Eddie Powell, sec'y-heosg Ford Dodd iw -ink: v 1"r' ' 2 presq ond John Polhomus, vice-pres. i ii ii i - THE HOPIS - ' Hopi Lodge, built in 1946, Housing i2O men. Tei. 2-9442. The ballroom :it the Pioneer Ho- tel gave forth with sweet music X around Clirislmnstime as Hopi pre- ' - sented its annual Christmas formal, outstanding event on the locige's so- cial slate. A change of scene, and it was the rustic enjoyment of ll desert picnic in San Xavier 'riverbed . . . no river, of course. Late in the year came the spring formal, leaving fond memories with Hopi socizilites. HOPI OFFICERS: front, Joe Fentrcss, pres., Bob O'Colloghon, sec'yg Lewis Bohn, publicity mgr. back Guy Withers, Treos.g MELLOW FELLOXXIS Mike Howell, Pciui Koenig, Fronln Duerson ond George Toylor Larry Johnson, social choirmon, Mike Borrios, infromurol get iosr in voculizing o borbcrshop number. mgr. Noi' pictured is Buck Brody, vice-pres. fir' e 'Wi Pngc 155 Page 156 - THE PAPAGOS Papago Lodge, built in l9-'16, housing ll2 men. Tel. 2-9454. i gases ::.' '. 1 Fe , , i as F ,aff 3.5-1 ,Y r . b fs: V H T 1 M 'f W sag' J' ' i,xffZ2?rfQNi1:,f."H r W of ' A "':?':1r2sf' iw? .i wi Hosts to Gila Hall, Papago Lodge rnenyoutdid themselves in a memor- able exchange clancc early in the year. This was followed by a west- ern outing-with ample food-in lower Sabino Canyon, a long await- ed spring formal closed the lodges social year. Participation in sports was great, with honors in swimming, track and tennis placing Papago sixth on campus in first semester intramurals. PAPAGO OFFICERS: Jim Brooks, intramural mgr.g Bob Ver- MALE MAIL, and the gang's all here. ltfs Howard Birch, John Krmporich Dick Iica, pres., John Wills, sec'y-trees., and John Jeff, vice-pres. Halderman, Dave Hudack and Everett Sprlggs. 4' .450 n-6-2 "-4 y g-.4-f Q R: '55 -it QM A fall formal held at the Shrine Club in November began what proved a successful year for Yavapai. In turn came an exchange dance with Yuma and the Spring formal held at El Conquistador in April. The annual picnic saw Yavapaites playing dude at a guest ranch near Tucson. An active intramural par-- ticipation brought men out for swim ming, track, and baseball, sun Qbc lowj and snow Crightj notwith- standing. -- THE YAVAPAITES - Yovapoil4oH,buHtin l94l, homing 220 men. TeL 2-9273. , ,,,g.Q . my ---verge . .a ' g YAVAPAI OFFICERS: Holly Rees, sec'y-trees.: John Hock, BALMY Arizona orternoons draw out Ycivopoi's bevy of sun-bathing beauties. pres.: ond Jim Lemmlie, vice-pres. ,,- . 1 1, , Pugz' I57 -4 Xi'W'i'h A f' L--414-affilf., !,,- 'L . ', J 'K " ',"A'4n'm 'His""L x W V I, A. ,' Q-ig-Litgaypis ,u,.L,. I -7 '-- i 4 . I-i'4'S:.y POLO VILLAGE, U of A's quonset community, nestles Linder the lofty Carolinas 4 TINY CHIMNEYS or riot, Santa doe-sn'f forget PV kids when that special time of year comes around. WELL-STOCKED and conveniently located, PV co-op provides economical staples for village housewives. PV OFFICERS: Warren Conrad lchoirman, co-op Bd. of Directorsl, Curtis Rice lmayori, Bob Davis lsec'y, co-api Ofid Dick Greylock ifreos., co-cpl. Page 158 Named for its proximity to the university's long-unused polo Held, the Village is a com-- munity unto itself. Its rows of shiny quonsets are home and haven to married students and their families. It boasts a mayor, and can point with pridc to an cihciently managed coopera- tive grocery store, as well as other joint projects. V L' I are SMALL FRY of the village hove their own playground, ond make good use of if. "R fo s. Q. ,, w umm .fs ' 'Ewv-ax" sm ws -QW- S. ' Ui' "Vi Q' ,ik "AF,-, .Akai Eff. 'x 1.. - , 1 ,rr :J . 'Q-. T" 'uk "ff .,. , -w .,- fb 4- .4 QA., V -, A' 1 ' .' .sf " ' '.. .1 -' ' if '- Tj' 'X 5 w -V f,r A . ,, . ,. .Q V. HL , .51.t,"i',l I V! .- ,,, .. K . X ,.. . rf.. .- -,. k-..ffN.,,. wrfx ' Q' ' 'V 5.14 . . "J, . ' " - --::.-h N: I-Q . -- - - . . 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Ough, F. Plunkett. row Ill R. Nugent, C. Wellman, C. Wallraff, D. Powell, C. Lebeaux, D. Windsor, R. Bretali, C. Reed, A. Douglass, E. Kurtz, M. Caldwell, G. Caldwell, A. Frazier, D. Marsh. TAU BETA PI, nat'l engineering honorary row I C. Wittenburg, Prof. S. Maynard Prof. H. Aiken, Prof. Q. Mees, Prof. A. Ross, Prof. H. Krumlauf, R. Wenzel, J. Denny, Prof. P. Newlin, Prof. J, Davis, Prof. E. Borgquist. row II J. Upchurch, J. Casper, R. Wheaton, A. Still, J. Pfieffer, R. Norton G. Tousley, J. Busby, B. Hart, J. Kline E. Fordan, M. Budd. row Ill K. Willis A, Midgard, W. Wallace, F. Reece, L. Bell W. Oliver, T. Van Fleet, T. Gay, R. Bale G. Ingram, M. Larson, L. Hiser. Not pictured: E. King, H. Alldredge, F Peterson, D. MacEvoy, T. Gant, J. Young H. Miller, M. Zappia, J. Pelletier, L. Sanl ford, Profs. G. Butler, T. Chapman, J. Clark J. Park, M. Short, M. Thornburg, K. Stuerl mer, M. Hochdorf. 1 1 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS: row I T. Rowcliffe, G. Anderson, H. Reyes, N. Webb, J. McGee, E. Macias, M. Lemnah, I. Dominguez, Prof. Newiin, Prof. Q. M. Mees. row Il F. Zuicarelli, W. Moles, L. Blair, J. Cosoer, T. Richard, J. Tang, R. Meyer, R. Garing, R. Luzan, B. Biesemeyer. row Ill W. Johnson, C. Arch, M. Wallace, R. Nor- ton, J. Park, D. Womack, W. Oliver, T. Cocks, R. Kestler, C. Wright, M. Bryce. row IV D. Kimberlin, W. Kohl, C. Hand- forth, T. Gant, K. Eardley, S. McLaughlin, A. Besich, B. Lamb, R. Hall, J. Tsagourius. row V F, Jaesche, M. Larson, G. Ingram, D. Bryce. Not pictured: J. Halloran, J. Eardley, R. Jimenez, R. Barker, C. Ryder, L. Chris- man, S. Nelson, J. Jones, E. Girard, E. Macias, J. McDonald, W. Kenyon, E. Love, N. Bryce, R. Townsend, W. Burruss, J. Cos- per, C. Martin, L. Nickleson, W. Loveless, A. Robles, G. Corbin, B, Struthers, D. Stein- heimer, R. Rugg. Page 160 I i It , . -P .J . 3' PHI KAPPA PHI, nat'I scholastic honorary: row I H. Nicholson, A. Fish, B. Luz, H. Johnson, A, Frazier, E. Lutrell, F. Eberling, F. Gillmor, D. Marquart, E. Hales, E. Gad, H. Darley, G. Hill. row ll H. Krumlauf N. Tremblay L. Sands, E. Lowell, P. Hamilton, F. Plunkett, M. Moore. row Ill D. Webb, C. Wellman, R .ForIJes, R. Graessor, R. Nugent, D. Windsor, J. Walker, C. Vorhies, C. Lesher, M. Coldwell, C. Pickrell, E. Kurtz, A. Douglass, G. Coldwell, J. McCormick, D. Marsh. A X5 A-.. C., , f' PERSHING RIFLES, R.O.T.C.: row J. Pettinger, R. Bull, E. Hcrrarras, E. Thompson, R. Smith, W. Clem- ents, R. Hansen, C. White, B. Streets, J. Van Pragg, S. Nevins, W. Schwar- cr, H. Adamson. row II P. Hurd, H Boyer, J. Reidy, W. Loveless, S Greenberg, K. Peterson, R. O'Bricn J. Stocckel, F. Duerson, R. Taylor R. Anderson, W. Condit. row Ill T Waddell, Instructor G. Blumenfeld K. Brown, R. Hackc, W. Harvey, P Carey, J. Davison, P. Marsh, H 4 1 1 Morrow, N. Ludwig, P. Hussey, W. Corder, P, Brown. Not pictured: W. Minchen, E. Wil Iiams, W. Laird. ANTHROPOLOGY CLUB: row I B. nel, C. LaTourrette, E. Feldman, L. Mammond, E. Swanson. row ll G. Sayler, P. Malone, H. Demon, E. Mansching, J. Kessinger, B. Chid- sey, C. Cryder, M. Nickelson, L. Shellenberger, B. Cook, J. Hall. row III A. Troncone, R. Gerald, P. Forf mo, W. Ferguson, G. Smith, C. White, Prof. E. Haury, R. Boker, K. Dixson. Not pictured: N. Stevens, P. Mac- Cready, J. Lewis, M. Nicholson, R. Gerold, H. Swezey, C. White, T. Atkins, L. Maloy, E. Shupe, B. Greene, R. Smith, J. Smith, B. Hall, T. Torre-Bueno, E. Torre-Buena, V. Bean, R. Thomas, S. Simms, D. Feldman, W. Wasley, D. MacGre- gor, V. Chortener, T. Rosnick. . , a . 1 . V D :.4'-'fpf.g'J .4 -F4 'I .-, ,wx-M1-yin... 1 -.,, Q ,. .1".,-,-',,fg, 4. -,L-,V .--- 1.1-..e,gtWls, .- rj , L 'Qfpg-1, !w?f'2CY 'J 52' 7,5 f4L,,"X' f:'7f5i,,:'4!-su Q15 - .---" -.... y - - ,, - .,,..,. ..-,po AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS: row I E. Louerman, A. Creighton, Prof, Hochdorf, Prof. H. Stewart, Prof. J. Clark, J. O'Brien, R. Strong, D. Hoffman. row II W. Marsh, J. Busby, C. Hobbs, G. Ruggles, W. Scott, G. Wolfe, J. Gundry, M. Bedell. row Ill C. Wittenburg, E. Hill, S. Baird, P. Hart, J. Jones, H. Yarbrough, H. Diehl. row IV M Budd, G. Smith, J. Ellingboe, R. Mulkey, J. Pfeiffer, D. Hodgson, C. Gauldin, W. Quinsler, T. Bailie, P. Beckman, S. Chalmers. row V J. Wickham, C. Yates, C. Thomas, Z. Taylor, J. Ellis, N. Garrigus, F. Peterson, G. Bergant, J. Thomas, R. Velasco. row VI F. Buehman, F. Reece, B. Sleeth, L. Bell, N. Fenton, Cemereis, G. Wolfe. Not pictured: H. Anderson, S. Armstrong, F. Boice, G. Cook, H. DeCarnick, M. Fogg, D. Fraedrich, A. Fried, R. Goodman, W. Hanchett, C. Hay, R. Henderson, L. Kenna, F. Kemmeries, D. MacKailor, R. Montijo, M. Mitchell, F. Morrison, W. Deltjen, R. Owen, G. Peek, C- Pmnkl W- ROQGVS, R- 5fV0f1Q- J- Tod. A- WOFNEV, M- GfimBS, A- Nye, G. Warner, W. Frank, J. O'Brien, D. Hoffman, W. Collins, J. Garland, J. Garrison, W. Hanchett, R. Hollis, P. Howell, L. Krauss, A. Perkins, M. Lee, J. Fish, G. Herrington, H. Hunn, R. Reak, 2. Williams, W. Hughes, H. Stein, J. Manes, W. Welcome T. Morton J. Guinone, W. McGlothlin, H. Haaverson, R. Koppelman, . Wester. UN' society: row I I. Burch- m row ll W. Schrad- row Ill R. Bur- NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS, drama: row I P. Cook, Held, P. Howard, J. Simley, M. Sands, W. Schrader, J. Davis. H. Morrow, Not pictured: H. Cook, C. Ross. HAMMER AND COFFIN, nat'l humor society: front DELTA SIGMA RHO, nat'I forensics honorary: row I D. Scott, I. to r. R. Hammond, J. Lauver, F. Kessinger, O. Neibel, H. Kiker, Prof. C. Smith. row II J. McNulty, B. Hadley, N. Lawson, D. Chambers, D. Wiener, M. Pratt. I. Cohen, J. Green. Not pictured: C. Brody, G Cunningham, J. Falk, D. Morten, H. Slicer, F. Snyder, B. Castelan, J. Van Kirk, N. Dennes, Not pictured: F. Steel, Prof. W. Cable. M. Rice, J. Boevers, M. Pistor, J. Thompson, P. Howell, G. Scholler, C. Edmonson, K. Pender. Page .7 62 W. Q- ms: H gg misss.. migmegz-:f..: .Iwi W -i .5 5 ,KWH . L- . .Y . 5g.Tf?fUf.E . H1 fmt. E .ii .s.mJiS.?mf'.l1L. Lmmwsmextma ALPHA KAPPA PSI, national men's business honorary: row I F. Drapela, K. Hill, M. Morales, E. Casanova, A. Coumides, J. Cothren, J. Craig, D. Jewett, W. Walker. row Il T. McClenneghan, C, Washburn, N. Willis, J. Acost-a, N. McClelland, J. Hansen, J. Beaty, J. Wade, R. Johnson. row III Dr. Gray, Mr. Hutchins, B. Phelan, J. Sheen, L. Moser, J. Champion, Prof. Hudson, Mr. Gill. Not pictured: J. Donovan, S. Downing, G. Francis, R. Hammond, J, l-lock, D. Murray, O. Neibel, V. Parish, C. Partington, H. Rees, Q. Robinson, G. Taylor, H. Tyree, V. Wiggins, Prof. Herrick, Prof. Howard, Mr. Myers, Prof. Wood, Dean Brown, Mr. Condon, Mr. Lang- don, Prof. Parnell. l.E CIRCLE FRANCAIS, French club: row I A. Vallentin, K. Ponder, H. Darley, A. Joseph. row II C. Gillmore, J, Fitzslmrnons, D, Culbertson, J. Jimenez, Mrs. Fioroni. row Ill G. Ashley, J. Marshall, N. Tremblay, L. Hatfield, R. Fox. Pl DELTA EPSILON, nat'I men's journalism honorary row I P. Bryce, F. Rossi, Prof. D. Martin, D. Campbell F. Barreca, W. Helfinstine, F. Snyder. row ll M. Pratt L. Paylovich, J. Hart, J. Case, J. McDuff, Dr. Powell J. Lauver. row III M. Windsor, F. Kessinger, R. Wilson A. Taft, Dr. Solve, D. Chambers, R. Hammond. 1 1 1 1 Not pictured: A. Taub, M. Henkel, D. Phillips, C. Ash- craft. SIGMA DELTA Pl, national Spanish honorary: row I E. Jenkins, T. Treio, C. Ries, J, Cooledge. row ll A. Arens, H. Arens, R. Gabaldon, A. Treio. ' PHI LAMBDA THETA, women's education honorary: S. Meyers, E. Punke, D. Stanley. Not pictured: T. Buena, J. Cothren, E. Caysh, D. Culbert- No' Pictured: E- C0Y5h1 A- Felix, P- Jen"'Y1 C' Nick'-VIOUSI son, W. Jeffries, Pat. Hamilton, B. Stark, M. Wheaton. N. Nuss, V. Shupe. Page 163 Pl MU EPSILON, nat'l mathematics honorary, row I Prof. W. Denton, D. Womack, R. Kimmerling, H. Dar- ley, Prof. R. Grundman, Prof. R. Fish, C. Wittenburg, Prof. J. Fos- ter. row II W. Kohl, L. Isaacs, l Rice, Dr. R. Graesser, A. Perkins, J. Sheldon, J. Ingham, M. Budd. row III M. Reich, W. Oliver, R. Loome, M. Leitner, J. Busby, R. Norton, D. Kemmiress, L. Hess, C. Arch. row IV A. Warner, Prof. D. Marsh, J. Pfeiffer, N. Fenton, F. Reece, C. Yates, J. Larson. Not pictured: K. Willis, J. Soulvie, J. Denny, J. Williams, R. Wenzel, G. Welch, N. Tahan, G. Ruggles, J. O'Brien, F. Boice, J. Alldredge, J. Favour, R. Lockart, S. McDuff, J. McHenry, E. Purcell, Prof. D. Webb, J. Miller, L. Chin, S. Gray. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA, nat'l wo- men's music honorary: row I V. Lindsay, A. Felix, T. Colwell, J. Bracken, M. Stone, E. Norman, L. Laughinhouse, N. Nuss. row II D. Benson, M. Atwood, B. Swanson, C. Nikolaus, L. Donnan, P. Lewis. Not pictured: S. Allister, E Boyd, P Howard, F. Kimsey, R. Schoeny, J. Werbrich, L. Bell, J. Litowich, A. Taylor. PHI DELTA KAPPA, nof'l men's education honorary: row I T. Fare- man, W. Conrad, G. Stewart, H. Tyler, W. Schavey. row Il W. Lovett, D. Webb, D. Cowley, V. Kelley, J. Welch. row III G. Burton, Prof. E. Larson, J. Larson, H. James W. Lamson. , PHI MU ALPHA, nat'I men's music honorary: row I B. Snell, W. Cole, R. Hughes, M. Windsor. row Il C. liams, E. Ribos, S. Appleman, R. Baker, R. Jones. row III H. Atwood, Prof. S. Wilkenson, I. Coretz, D. Gross. row IV R. Bunyord, Prof. R. Pease, L. Klein, C. Webb, R. Sel- land, M. Horr. Not pictured: T. Benton, A. Blit- ton, H. Cook, W. Funk, L. Hollen- beck, L. Hunt, J. Lewis, G. Lot- zenhizer, R. Newland, G. Sherman, J. Smith, H. Snyder, L. Wilson, R. O'Conner, L. Young, B. Struthers, L. Klein. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB: row I J. Scully, M. Williams, D. Cowan, P. Stanley, B. Udell, F. Seale, J. Rob- inton, Mrs. Fees. row ll E. Alcorn, L. deLion, M. Baucrsfeld, A. John- son, B. Kinnear, M. Haas. row Ill M. Bennett, B. Brcarey, N. Sen- kowsko, A. Fram, P. Heywood, M. Grady, J. Prescott. Not pictured: L. Muszynski, P. Kersh, C. Thurston, L. McRae, J. Weech, M. L. Hicks, B. Larson, M. Heyer, T. Poopas, S. Brazic, L. Coffman, S. Gillespie, M. Daum, H. Porter, l. Brown, A. Pennington, B. Gotthclf, M. Lewis, A. Hotstetter, D. Dichtenmillcr, R. Fitch, S. Good- son, F. McRae, P. Penn, M. Steele, L. Song, M. Ferrell, H. Hansen, M. Meade, D. I-loymore, instructors Jensen, Raney, Johnson, Jones, Books. ENGINEERING AND MINING COUN- CIL, coordinating body: row I J- Ryan, E. Tucker, E. KiI'1Q, R- NOFTOYL M, Lemnah, W. Johnson. row II C. Wittenberg, Prof. R. Wenzel, A. Himebaugh, L. Bell, T. Van Fleet, J. Lane, R. Williams. Not pictured: F. Buchman, J. Busby, A. Sims. l "-elseif., , 5-'aes-. -. ,I sf' -. . '. .J sf H 7-42f'5',yf5-i1f1',.4,.. ",k , . ' sifimrrkl 1- .Mi ""l -' ' . ..,+, '-'rfcqg il A,...,Sg "'.,'.x-ivij, I .ggi rw PHI ALPHA DELTA, nat'l law honorary: row I L. Cantor, R. Castro, N. Birtcher, L. Fickett, P. Sownie, J. Merrill, R. Peterson, D. Elgart. row Il J. Schaber, J. Dickerson, R. Stanley, R. Greenfield, B. Helm, L. Mokemson, V. Cordova, A. Perry, M. Killian. row III D. Licht, D. Wolfe, H. Payne, J. Donahue, D. Healy, L. Everett, H. Donahue, O. Linsenmeyer, E. McBride, O. Hamilton. Not pictured: E. Brock, F, Luke, W. Rogers, M. Wright, N. Proctor, J. Cracchiolo, J. Flynn, W. Stanfield, N. Wagner, E. Wil- liams, J. Woodbury, E. Schaffer, J. Stark, F. Mori. KAPPA BETA Pl, woman's law: I. to r. Jasmine F. Tucker, Lurline Groy, Virginia Hash, Beverly Harris. AGGIE CLUB: row I F. Shaw, J. McEIhan0y, T. Jepson, M. McLough- lin, J, Gibson, C. Lamar, P. Berry. row ll C. Allen, C. Trosk, H. Wcrtz, E. Lillie, B. McCreight, R. Proctor, V. VanClevc, D. Scholtzhauer. row Ill L. Perry, H. Wellecome, R. Miller, J. Torance. row IV H. Buell, W. Earlcy, D. Barney, J. McFarland, J, Chastain, D. Harris, D. Brown, row V N. Jespcrson, J. Smithers, J. Haney, S. Johnson, G. Sykes, E. Em- rick, J. Nesbitt, R. Barclay. Page 166 s -no :Q pn- wr I5 Q ' ' ' -. I- . . Xtra" , ,W . wins. .4 wsfrfrfffgfew-:wifi WKQI--Yi :fir-.-. -, PHI DELTA PHI, nat'l law honorary: row I M. Edwards, G. Welch, T. Allin, W. Richey, J. Smith, L Brown, H Montgomery W. Reed, NW. Stevenson, C. Kemper, W. Frey. row Il B. Morse, S. Moorehead, W. Bergman, W. Ward H Haynes B Dolph R. Jones, E. Paine, E. Rudd. row III R. Pickrell, Prof. F. Thomas, R. Fish, J. Davis, E. Glenn, H. Rogge E McDowell, W Lynch H. Stewart. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MIN- ING ENGINEERS: row I L. Gibney. G. Scotney, J. Jacobsen, J. McDuff, A. Still, D. King, H. Miller, R. Nichols, R. Wheaton, Prof. H. Krumlauf, R. Giroux. row II J, Hill, W. Walker, A. Floss, L. Hiser, D. Simmons, R. Denny, J. Hardy, N. Netzon, C. Smith, E. King. row Ill J. Maman, Prof. Ward, C. Stanley, R. Bale, C. Appelin, R. Wenzel, R. Williams, D. Lowell, V. Van Fleet, A. Himebaugh, Prof. Cun- ningham. Not pictured: J. Cronin, J. Littrell, J. Jacobson, H. Nelson, R. Moore, E. Meyer, W. Travis, I-I. Avilcs, N. Scott, J. Pelletier, L. Peopelle, A. Gorum, D. Lewis, D. Hammer, H. Martinez, P. Kessinger, K. Terry, L. Vought, N. Severinghaus, A. Kinnison, J. Jett, C. Hausenfleck, A. Broderick, S. Congdon, D, Brit- fian, D. Moclivoy, J. Murray, B. Meyer, J. Shelton, W. Drolet, J. Blaire, V. Pierce, M. Zappia, .I. Heyde, R. Moolick, R. Kast, D. Cooper, G. Tousley, S. Wine, T. Anderson, J. Carpenter, J. Cozart, C. Knight, R. Butler, R. Reynolds, J. Carrara, R. Clow, W. Humphries, J. Jones, W. Goren, A. Barcelo, W. Bacheller, J. Wolfe, R. Ritchie, J. Haight, D. Evan, A. Blucher, L. Barnet. uh--u BETA GAMMA SIGMA, naI"l busi- ness scholastic honorary: row I C. Washburn, M. Ellingboe, M. Ross, J. Fickett, D. Cozart. row Il L. Myers, Prof. Howard, Dean Brown, R. Jones, Prof. Hudson, Dr. Gray. Not pictured: Mrs. Bogord, Prof. Herrick. Page 167 ,fgggggQQff,Qg l j E fag:- , ..1.:.L,ffg3 je if I A WOMEN'S PRESS CLUB: row I L. DeSanctis, H. Lewis, J. Folk. row II F. Plunkett, E. Whitnel, L. Shcllenberger. row III M. Moore, J. Edmonds, M. Hausmonn. Not pictured: M. Borozan. ALPHA EPSlLON RHO, not'l radio honorary: row I J. Souden, F. Borrecca, D. Wiener. row II R. Jones, G. More-ncy, C. Yotes, Prof. P. Tufts. Not pictured: P, Cook, J. Penoyer, P. MocCreody, N. Olson, P. Saldamando, H. Keyes, J. Murphy. J K , 1 mf' ALPHA EPSILON, wornen's business honorary, row I A. Ammons, B. Todd,'llj'lHl l J. Fickett. row II M. l-lamilton, M. Ellingboe, N. I-lolt, T. Fishman, P. Besich. row Ill J. Coolidge, M. Gipe, M. Rice, H. Heoth, M. Margeson, L. Sellors. Not pictured: V. Houghton, C. Cornell, A. Shull, J. Boevers, E. Flyer, S. Sea- bury, L. Chioppetti, H. Ribo, V. Flick. ZETA PHI ETA, women's speech honorary: row I C, Ross, l. Burnham, P. Cook, W. Schrader. row Il P. Genernotas, J. Penoyer, J. Davis, C. Lewis, N. Stephens. Nat pictured: R. Reed, P. Baker, P. Lawson, N. Lawson, M. Kelso, E. Dickey, P. Howard, J. Murphy. Page 168 i u ss We T I o 4 i I Ii il, I I -R , 1 V! PI DELTA PHI, national French honorary: row I C. Gillmorc, K. Pender, E. Simon, Prof. B. Luz. row ll G. Ashley, Prof. Brown, J. Marshall, R. Beck. Not pictured: D. Fox, Z. Lcsher, K, Fioroni. ALPHA RHO TAU, arl honorary: row I J. Burian, B. McCarran, H. Doyle, D. Sander, P. Peters. row ll G. Nelson, R. Goode, R. Nelson, G. Souden, R. Quinn lodvisorl. Not pictured: M. Bryant, R. Ferguson, R. Hartman, N. Lawson, A. Merker, E. Shanhouso, R. Smith, D. Teachenor, G. Turpin, M. Wideman, A. Sotsky. - ,ax .-551 1 'I 'I A-'-I 'Q ' MLS tv I I I al- I 'Su PHI LAMBDA UPSILON, nat'l chemistry honorary: row I E. Kurtz, R. Yates, V. Bice, D. Brain. row Il D. Colman, L. Notter, J. Bryant, M. Mirchandani, J. Deming. row Ill Prof. D. Marsh, T. Anderson, Prof. T. Buehrer, F. Ingham, Prof. H. Smith. Not pictured: Dr. E. Anderson, Dr. E. Breazeale, Dr. P. Burgess, Dr. B. Cordon, J. F. Fletcher, Dr. A. Kemmerer, Dr. W McGeorge, Dr R. Nugent, C. Olsen, Dr. H. Rhodes, Dr. L. Roberts, G. Rice, E. Shaw, Dr. M. Vavich, Dr. M. Seeley, E. King, R. Rogers, J. Buchanan, A. Lindberg, G. Towsley, H. Ledbetter, W. McCaughey. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS: row I F. Culhane, J. Up- church, J. Lemmlie, J. Kline, J. Ryan, J. Dingle, C. Crowley, S. Kravis. row II L. Smith, E. Lauck, E. Tucker, J, Bickerstaff, M. Clayton, Z. Taylor, H. Hotch- kiss. row III H. Johnstone, R. Perez, W. Reefe, J. Keogh, L. Gooding, M. Jones, A. Sims, M. Voytish, F. Powell, T. Davey, E. Dickerson, A. Hughes, R. Peterson. row IV J. Sheldon, J. Farmer, M. Crull, B. Hunsaker, R. Greylock, W. Nelms, T. Gay, M. McClintock, A. Hallett. row V F. Hayes, G. Roy, E. Fordan, J. Hales, R. Giler, R. Clelland, K. Pattison, C. Reas., Not pictured: J. Alldredge, J. Block, E. Blackman, T. Bent, D. Brannen, I. Clau- son, F. Drader, H. Dierkes, H. Geyer, R. Harter, L. Hunt, W. Jordan, R. Kim- merling, D. Loper, A. Midgard, W. Massimini, G. Marquess, W. Meyer, R. Mc- Phaul, J. McHenry, I. Rice, R. Suckling, E. Schilling, J. Torchiana, T. Taylor, D. Thornburg. Page 169 'if .2 y 41- lf 73" fee. . ,iuw gsm ,L , V E. Kdx gv 'f .. H .. jzif' R1 ' M if X mi R U H ,.,: . V PI OMEGA PI, nat'I business honorary: row I P. Besich, B. Quinn, H. Heath, C. Stork, J. Ortiz. row Il M. Devine, E, Woods, H. Langen, D. McGoey, Mrs. Toland. Not pictured: L. Naegle, G. Crouch, H. Heath, B. Rich- mond, R. Maynard. f iifa ALPHA ZETA, nat'l agriculture honorary: row I G. Lent, G. Peterson, R. Holland, R. Beyer, V. Edman, C. lsaocson, T. Stout. row II E. Emerick, W. Wuertz, R. McCreight, T. Beach, J. Dcmings, R. Lybrook. row Ill J. Warren, C. Peterson, J. Nesbitt, R. Enz, J. Chapman, A. McKinney, O. Dye. Not pictured: B. Kengla, J. McCormick, W. McCormick, L. Dyer, J. Stewart, G, Sykes, L. Hunt, L. Perry, G. Shillingsburg, D. Finch. ft' THETA TAU, nat'I engineering honorary: row A. Midgard, D. Womack, G, Ruggles, J. McDuff Prof. J. Davis. row II J, Upchurch, C. Stanley, A. Be: sich, R. Boglc, R. Norton, R. Hall, Prof. P. Newlin row Ill V. Pierce, T. Rowcliffe, J. Wickham, G. Oliver T. Van Fleet, J. Pfeiffer, R, Clelland, J. Kline, Prof I 5-I SCABBARD AND BLADE, R.O.T.C., officer's honorary: row I S. Willoughby, H. Harman, R. Reed, R. Reynolds, H. Reyes, C. Kirkpatrick. row II R. Stephenson, J. Lane, R. Brown, C. Treat, L. Langdon, R. Large. Not pictured: D. Bush, E. Edmonson, G. Sikes, D. Grac- chiolo, V. VanCleve. E. Borgguist. Not pictured: W. Barr, D. Bell, J. Bickerstaff, E. Dick- erson, N. Fenton, W. Gatlin, C. Gerry, J. Hales, L. Hess 1 H. Ingram, B. Johnson, E, King, J. Muse, H. Nelson K. Pattison, D. Steinheimer, R. Wenzel, R. Williamsf ,.,,,.,.. .1 mm gg, a E B nm aw E an ,mam mam a E. ws rx 9 m in f if A A - 2 Z H W' '2'1::a:55-.:E- 7 E A . A , 1 .H ' is Q 5' I my .... .... ...1. my Wm mmm mama nm mn an ss gm is if Tl .!!,E5E4f5":E: 'i' mx Krltgxnun Mrnupn W V as :x is X. - . K , S5 Q TM f3E.ai,if?W' V ..:xQ' f-gf-:a:.:. -,4,:'Y- Q 5 E -f ' E ' 1 F' ,:-:,5-:- 1.51:- 7' ' Q E " 4521 W' Q 1' 3 K 5 ':':':"F:::flK "- 'AT-'F H253 -- .. -2- 2 - X ' .. '5:5 :iz-25225515 M 1 is - W 7 f 9 5: Q H B A E ggi, .E B gg E H gm Z-EEE.:.:.:. 2 B Q Q H2 5 4' agwMmwm . g gg Z 5 2555 5 EE ma is. s :.:.:. ffm E. Q-M an sma- skmgm H ' Em ms mwgfmxf mam L swwwwm . .mmm H 'fini TKT na A my QE 'wa ' : EH: Q B sm - W m New H z, W-H1 QE Haig Qi WE? M5552 mm wgggissgwi maxim xgqgw, BH' miami Wm MM Page g11IhPIIT'iKPlfQfU11 Clmmril Functioning to bring about a more uni- fied religious program in campus life, the Student Religion Council could this year point to a highly successful Reli- gious Emphasis Week as only one of its many achievements. The Week brought Well-known clergy and lay leaders to the campus under the slogan, "Exploring Skills for Creative Living." H xlogring lar Geafiue wing H Council members were: row I W. Clements, J. Snider, N. Jesperson, focully odvisor Dr. Nelson, D. Nelson, G. Samuelson, row ll C. Ethington, J. Boffert, M. Mogill, B. Clingingsmith, G. Dilts, J. Glidewell, J. Adoms. row III W. Gipe, L. Lomb, T. Clogett, L. Cordon, D. Wiener, S. Hess, R. Reed, H. Richerson. Not pictured: G. Lowson, M. Cutting, L. Feldkomp, H. Rudenshiold, J. Waugh, B. Burress, R. Loughborough, J. Ginsburg, B. Holl- odoy, P. Crowley, P. Beckman, L. Allen. H ax LUTHERAN STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION: ww I I-I. Woesch, D. Benson, PLYMOUTH FOUNDATION. Congregotiorw! Groupr row I R- Reefi N. Nuss, J. Glidewcll, M. Burton, Jr. row II D. Ebert, E. Glad, D, Rosen- E. POFTGF. C- AVMSIFOYIQ, M- CUFTSI. L- GUIIIPGVI, OA Anderson- 'OW I-l. Porter, W. McKinney, W. Hendricks, G. Soyler, C. Wellman, S. Arm- strong, Rev. R. A. Dawson-Advisor. brock, J. Sicglc, G. Samuelson. WESTMINSTER, Presbyterian Group: row I R. Coykcndall, P. Peters, M. Eliott, M. Simons, C. Sorensen, F Potter, J. Evens, M. Windsor, J. Richerson, C. Thompson, B. Zol- Iinger, J. Thomas, M. Dunn, J. Frederick, A. Condit, M. Crist. row II R. Hacke, J. Snider, D. Mdcley, F. Over, W. Condit, H. Avery, A. Walker, E. Van Kirk, L. Downey, C. Cochran, B. Struthcrs, D. Stein- heimer, D. Yeager, F. Barr. row III C. Close, W. Loveless, G. Brown, P. Niewold, E. Jones, H. Richcrson, .I J. Christiansen, D. Scott, P. Orfh, D. Sholin, R. Wilson, J. Park, J. Peay. HQ..- HILLEL, Jewish Group: row I R. Goldstein, I, Bergman, M. Levine, J. Ginsburg, R. Catsiff, L. Weinrit, B. Howard, S. Fishman, B. Szerlip, J. Soloway, S. Present. row II T. Fishman, E. Reinhard, L. Lampner, B. Sanders, M. Morris, D. Weiner, R. Goldman, M. Krichman, D. Mednick, D. Poliakoff, T. Pellor. STUDENT NAZARENES: row I R. Cooney, J. Gipe, R. Bush. row Ill H. Evenchick, Ezra Regen, J. Cohan, B. Eisenmon, C. Whitehili, S. Hirsh, J. Maiden, A. Mollis, row Il R. I-lonea, W. Gipc, D. Gipe. , S. Goodfarb. NEWMAN CLUB, Catholic Group row I B. McCarron, M. A. Aros, M L. Aros, A. Ridgeway, J. Griffin M. Conle N. Watson M. Schneider, B. Malciomcudo, C. Gonzales, E Mclsching. row II S. Serkis, J. Havey N. Blazina, M. Daum, R. Velasco J. Batfert, P. Quinn, M. Haas, P Besich, D. Hollow, R. McClintock J. Fitzsimmons. row Ill J. Reidy B. Phelan, R. Porter, F. lvenz, J Campion, K. Worcester, E. Hill A. Langlois, P. Marsh, C. Escobar R. Treiber, R. Loome. 1 1 CAMPBELL CLUB, Christian Group: row I B. Milligan, M. Worlnman, S. Devine, M. Gunby, M. Stackhouse, P. Stewart. row Il G. Riddell, D. Harmon, G. Burney, M. Cutting, F'. Berry, J. McEIhaney, J. Dickson. Page 174 EPWORTH CLUB, Methodist Group: row l J. Loudermilk, A. Johnson, J. Perrine, P. Morris, J. Hughes, B. Huskison, R. Hess, J. Robinson. row Il B. Hammond, K. Myint, J, Young, B. Young, J. Mooncv, L. Wood, N. Severinghous, T. Clagett, B. Rex. CANTERBURY CLUB, Episcopal Group: row I C. Irwin, P. Broune, W. Overfelt, N. Fees, M. Robertson, S. Brazie, C. Webber, H. Prevo, G. Warner, L. Bell, M. Clarke, N. Lawson, J. Penoyer, C. Kittell. raw II W. Bunce, B. Pottenger, R. Large, J. Jeter, S. Cook, Roderick, S. Hess, Father Laylor, L. Kenna, R. Hinwood, F. Mauldin, S. Cooke, R. Tizzard, F. Hoge. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION: row I E. Hurt, G. McAllister, J. Butler, A. Carson. row II L. Arona, E. Tipton, G. Lawson, M. Lewis, V. Jones, L. Lamb. row III A. Taft, N. Puckett, H. Cofer, J. Richardson, L. Gray. Pug: 175 WESLEY, Methodist Group: row I J Cheneck, A. Fram, P. Anderson, F. Klug D. Sander, I. West, N. Wood, H. Wood L. Muller row ll P. Beckman, R. Abel G. Kilts, A. Doak, M. Wertenburger, P Hatch, N. Webb row III N. H. Miller W. A. Schurr, C. B. White, C. Washburn T. McClenneghan, B. Haines, J. Gray C. Downes. 1 r I.eT's sec, was 42C a right end run, or . . ." w,,u.f-- . WF an 'rx'-1 - - Aff? 1? " 'f ' ff: -ve '9"F""L 'Y- vJJ -0" 1-K x Xl-vsvv-.sl -' Xl--syn.. y ...,, -iv U-... BQUQQ ilu.. 'L h Ty I I 1 nl :H V ' :. ,g.:. ..- -, ,-'gh m 'vzvv , -,,, 4 A j , H V. I 1 f ' 's SPURTS 4 I .n..-if As I 1 , 1 ' V ..- ,. pq n .xx 93.3 K. 5. xy mil X hm?- M WW E . 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E: sua Emig- gmw- 1 wigqwf givin 'fffzlf NH!- wam, .L , W NEB E ,4 .L W EERE E ., Haig W B MVWW- ,I M m.,E-mM,,w- M , ,W ,Magik i V iiwefglflsi ' "i"'9M wmffa--,,f1 as My ' - nm Q A , lx- E M-, fm KE' an ,QQ w- , 'Haw E na .Q ,X mn mi A ms ms ss ss sw m sem s W W H gm H M an-HQ E ' 'mm W I . v dm, zz H .5 H9 V 5, , -, "Mike" Casteel will be succeed- ed as head coach of the Wildcats by Bob Winslow, former chief as- sistant to left Cravath at USC. Cas- teel ended his last season here with an impressive 6-4 record and a 14- 13 defeat at the hands of Drake University in the Salad Bowl. Many of "Mike's" pl a y e r s openly ex- pressed their disapproval over his disniissal and staged a heart-warni- ing rally in his defense. So long and good luck, Mikel CARL MULLENEAUX finished his first year with the Cats as line coach. Mul- leneaux's ability, friendly smile and warm sincerity have won him the friendship of everyone who has come in Contact with him. 'Five game schedule. CCP-iCl-IES MILES W. "MlKE" CASTEEL after serving eight years as head man of Wildcat grid squads leaves behind him an over all record ot 46 wins 26 losses and 3 ties Casteel took over the reins of football here in l939 His best season was In i945 when his team rambled rough shod through an unbeaten Frank Scmcet Don Vosberg Bockfield Coach End Coach Fmnlg Sczncct and D012 Vosbcrg both came to the University in 1947. After graduating from Arizona in 1932 Sancet coached high school teams in Ierome and Douglas, and will coach the Freshman team under the Winslow regime. Vosberg, an All-American end at Marquette, played professional football with the New York Giants in 1941. Bob Szfob, Fred E12 ke and C harley Ott are all indispensable in Arizona's athletic set-up. Enke's ana- lytical scouting jobs have meant plenty of Wins for the Wildcats While Svob, in addition to his other duties, directs the men's intramural program. Charlie Ott, trainer, also directs the destinics of Arizona,s famous swimming teams, I 9 V 1 Bob Svob Fred Enke Charles Ott "B" Squad Coach Chief Scout Trainer Am? . . . M, . Lil. im, HALF TIME: The University ot New Mexico band LUNCH STOP: Travel-weary Cats stop off for lunch forms a huge block "A" at half time in Albuquer- on jauntto meet the Lobos. Carl Mulleneaux and que, saluting the visiting Wildcats who took an un- ROY Kelly me prepared to read- Others Shown Gref Bob Wadlington, Buddy Streets lmanagerl, Larry impressive l4-6 victory over the stubborn Lobos. Howard and Virgil Koenig ' is l TRAVEL: Charlie Hall and Bill Bickley Ctront rowl SPARKPLUGS: Arizona yells jelled under the en- pass the time reading while Max Spilsbury and Bill thusiastic directing of leaders Bob Eckles, Dave Penn Csecond rowl talk shop with teammates. Ray Evans, Frank Shaw and, in back, head cheerleader Day Cthird row leftl laughs. Joe Cherry. Arizona's hot and cold Wildcats Went through their ten-game sched- ule, winning six and losing four. At times the Cats showed promises of greatness, but they occasionally 'looked extremely ragged. Despite many criticisms they took during the season, the squad came through when the chips were down. Injuries to key men often cut down the effectiveness of the team, but an invitation to meet the Drake Bulldogs in the Phoenix Salad Bowl climaxed the year. Page 180 Ll Harry Varner and John Hobbs watch the play intently during the Salad Bowl fracas, Max Spilsbury concentrates on a comment from Governor Dan Garvey. Resident team physician is Dr. Maxwell Palmer, Tucson MD. On the sidelines during every home game, "Doc" Palmer keeps a watchful eye on the play, alert to any injury sustained by a Wildcat, and assuring the team medical protection. THE SEASON'S RECORD Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona 14 Son Diego State 6 14 Utah 47 20 Hardin-Simmons 14 7 Michigan State 61 0 Texas Tech 31 33 Tempe 21 14 New Mexico 7 25 14 Texas Mines 14 Iowa State 7 24 Ma rq uette 1 4 Salad Bowl 1 3 D ra ke 14 Q -H 'Jil . iw . ' i" .:. H E ' 4- I l ':' :.: Bm . f'iE:E', Y 5' 1 , i Sixty: J 4 Q, E f J r,rf,,gmr E, .. 1 5 it ig--.rg 'H 5 i ' P . . - Sflwi' at .' A - l ' ..,. W i . .,-.. iq Ewa, it , If +3 .... . .ms ,I -EK l gli V N, A U A A X A XX EZ i i , rr-41' .43 'A J X ' i I 0 A ., ' V fr HE . A , 'A , ss exam . . 1 Sa aw --- grip- ,,.L fqjs ,Q , mf-. L, We if T Vnx1H.SB-,gm is-V, W- V ' is ' RQ 15,1 ' ,E . A , , , H , 1, I 1' ul "Slim" Williams, equip- ment room manager, is a landmark to squad mem- bers. -- - W - - N...-n-V--..,. gd A C2 'F'! ALL THE CATS rr- JOIN IN I 1: ' ww J , N J , .T V v , ,I ,. - I Q , ,,., N I ,,.,: A ., If il"b' . S 8 , , , . ,, , A ...ua.aa.v .'-r- - ...Gp-WA T, so 4 ,A 151 -A.':..rau,-vs - Y'-' 4:12-HQFQL: r vs: waz. -- .f--i'-fel yu-U1 '+ .' '.i-,...J...A n ,. 1948 Wildcat Football Squad OUTSTANDING PLAYER Throughout the season one of the bright spots in the Wiltl- cat lair was the playing of Art Converse at center. Innumerable times it was his tremendous Work that saved the day. Converse, the pride of Prescott, was chosen co-captain of the 1948 squad, along with Harry Varner, by popular vote of his teammates. Page 182 HIGHEST HONOR: Art Converse, stellar center of the Cat eleven, is shown here receiving the coveted Governor's Award from Governor Dan E. Garvey at the annual foot- ball banquet staged by the Town- cats. TOP CATS OF 10118 lilullbacla Charlie Hall topped the Cats' offensive with an average gain of 4.3 yards per try for a total net gain of 641 yards out of 150 trips with the ball. Eddie "Ounces" Wolgast, Fleet left half, picked up a grand total of 1,022 yards, 616 with his aerials and 406 on the ground, most of this through the middle. Quarterback Bill Peterson claims fame from the fact that he caught only three passes, but all three Went for touchdowns. Oscar Carrillds consistent precision blocking was one of the outstanding features of every game. Charles Hall - Ed Wolgast Fullback Left Half u A L11 1 .Q 1 1 , L IA. 41" Bill Peterson Oscar Carrillo Quarterback Right Half Page 183 Harry Va me r, Co-Captain Left Tackle 1948 CAT STATISTICS Arizona Opponents Total first downs ..... . ..,..... 137 Forward passes attempted 179 Passes completed ............ 79 Yards gained in passing .... 1,125 Yards punts returned ...... 264 Yards kickoffs returned-- 922 Total offense ......... ...... 2 ,602 156 133 58 731 510 394 3,329 BIRTH OF A FLYING TACKLE: Bob Larsen, left end, prepares to make the going a bit rough for a Texas Tech ball carrier. OOPS, CAN'T SEE A THING: A San Diego tackler has helmet trouble as left half Bill Penn bears down on him, end zone-bound. ARIZONA 14, SAN DIEGO STATE 6 The Cats opened their 1948 season meet- ing San Diego State Aztecs in Tucson. Despite a mediocre showing the Arizona A squad emerged with a 14-6 victory. I - .f-, fe' 'fi ' "fr si In f A, ,I ii' , ' I ' s ,... - A A U ,jg '..qg,:-: t is" .',.," I - T " 'Q-...g . ,, A1 I ll ' " .,.:: : , , Az- Q. ,i 1 ' ' '-' ' I I 2f2'f" i,.:l - Q f . ' -'-es, 'U fi l K rw ' Q V J? xx? R B B H . lpz wai , gnu ,Emi Bm, 5 Warren Ackerman Left End --en 5-, L A 1 B ' 1' an - l l . -4, .T my . .I , nl. Bill Bickley Left Guard .1 7 ri 5 I X' ' lil ai ' S, if f I I "" i T . W, A E E ff EPS s J AL X Myron Babby Left Guard ix fr' nr sf ' e fi my ll: .3--el Tom Carpenter Ful l back ni-. -, D . A. - -V I., DY. ri- It , 1 I r f: - . , 1 ' '1" Q - Slit ? ',., - A " :': 1 " ' U' , 4 ' ' "' l ,. '13-58,2-1, :': 'F fl r l l HIE" fel' r ' gs w, Qi n 1 7' ' . ' l I A ' l is , ff I T Cecil Crouch Ray Day Left Half Left Tackle ARIZONA 14, UTAH 47 After squeezing by San Diego, the Cats headed for Utah where the Utes ran 'helter-skelter for a 47-14 Win. But the following week the story was to be a different one. Page 1414 x .l V4 1,316 f t 5 l I I , Sh' ig X A 151 Lee Dyer Lee Escher Tom Fridena Don Henson Right Guard Left Guard Center Right Tackle ' 'P A age E df f Q if 3' W' E Q ..,i A-W W S W we it 6 V' 475 2 "S if-f -A ' ,gi E is is A 3 f file 3 ---f ii J .il A Hal Hoag John Hobbs Fred Hodges Larry Howard Right Half Left End Right Half Left Tackle Q E c a J Alll ig? ii I A 2' ,z ','. , , 'f .:., fi .-:-i . , , M ii.o Q . , M :-:-:- 5 A l A Zhi Don Huhsaker Harry Johnson Joe Kelley Roy Kelly Right Tackle Lett Guard Right Tackle Quarterback ARIZONA 20, HARDIN-SIMMONS 14 Smartihg under the crushing defeat by Utah, the Catsentertainecl the high-Hy- ing Hardin-Simmons Cowboys the following week, and entertainment it was, as Arizona with a new-found never-say-die spirit, clawed their way to a spectacular 20- 14 triumph. The team carried coach Mike Casteel off the held on its shoulders amid the screams of frenzied fans after the game. Pag e 185 s 3 ,. all I ,ln .il yr l . .1 ROLLING ALONG: Flashy Ed Wolgast burns up the turf sweeping right end against the Drake Bulldogs in the Salad Bowl at Phoenix. Bill Peterson l22l is trying to pave the way as Bulldogs converge on the speedy Cat haltback. After killing rumors that they would not play unless they were paid hy demanding that proceeds he turned over to crippled children, the Cats accepted the bid to meet the Drake Bulldogs in the Salad Bowl in Phoenix. A hard fought, gruelling battle saw Arizona on the short end of a 14-13 count. Bob Knight Virgil Koenig Duane Miller Bob Morrison Left Tackle Right Guard Fullback Right Tackle 41' 1 tgasii' p i3i Q p p -L ' f -5, v, :IV I W V I' K Y - 1 it 7 1 I Y ' V , ,A - zsfgwg i 2 , L 'in .I- i J fi" "r w 35 55 , ' , 1 if i.:-.iv . , - Q W ,,ibr.-Few? 'Vi as 5 . Y ,et M , 5' T, ""' ff' ,Q-.qv -as-har?-Vai? ' 'll' v i H TI ' A sewer' f fftlwir sa J mgiw sg., W ' wise if rr,E?2's?ig il lriiizii-tarts " rwgilgif f W '1 Q, me mf,-ws i 4, " K vm 5 wiv: we Q X we , ,ia We 'A HB8 nl . 5 E .X. -.-. as i Q 'il . T' G-, TRAPPED:Li'l Ed Wolgast tries desperately to ease away from tenacious Bulldogs who are closing in from all directions. Bill Peterson has blocked out one Drake player and is seen sprawled on the turf. Fred Hodges C515 is running to the scene. Roger Mullins Left Half ff jg' 1 f- ,ia , . 1,3-'1..1,.M 'iiiiasiklifllkizeirll' 1 l l l i I i . l The Wildczits Won hands down in everything except the score, lead- ing heavily in all statistics. Numerous times the Arizona boys drove to within the shadows of the Drake goal posts only to have the tide of had breaks roll them away. It was AriZona's maiden voyage to a howl game. Dale Murphy Art Nelfiring Scott Norris Quarterback Lett Guard Right Guard , 1-yi ,Q l l ARIZONA 7, MICHIGAN STATE 61 After dumping Hardin-Simmons, the Cats traveled 2,000 miles out of their Way and out of their class to meet mighty Michigan State in East Lansing. The Spartans had a Held day, rallying 61 points while Arizona managed 7. ARIZONA 0, TEXAS TECH 31 Texas Tech taught the Cats a few more les- sons the following Week as they slam-banged their way through an inedective Arizona de- fense for a 31-0 win. LOOK FOR A HOLE: Left end Bob Larsen 1421 follows his blockers through the San Diego defense in the season's opening tilt, played in Tucson. l is N ' I - 1 . i I Q, 14k Xp fn T Bob Ortiz Horner Osborne Left End Right End wg -, , F . . 1.fist'i 'I i i at gl, i l V ws, tgp P V 1,4 iii 1 ! + X Dick Oxnam Art Pacheco Quarterback Left End v' 'J' -Q E H ,215 L Q ffa W, l.' K l 1 I f B X 1 ..sa.,wgw.... EMI" .lgggigagifv X.-FZ... I . Hi "DANCE, BALLERINA, DANCE." Eddie Wolgast and Sol Ahee put on an adagio act knocking down a Hardin-Simmons aerial near the end zone. ARIZONA 14, NEW MEXICO 6 Carrying the Kit Carson RiHe with them, the squad traveled to New Mexico to meet the Lobos. The game was ragged despite the win and the return of the famous rifie to the Wild- cat trophy case. Lx 4-rj-' I Bill Penn Left Half 1:57 X , Ray Rurnan Right Half 1' :FL ,,,,,, 7' K Q p p fe A as ll , , il' 1:-513' f N0 ' , Tm .,. je 'V A 1 X ,. l L W Hal Richardson Roy Rivenburg Harry Rogge Left Guard Center Center 3 . e e it ii it i ii ' ,figs wi, ,,: In :lz K K N- . F : li 1 Q - O in A 951 1.:. LV 5. time 7 1 'ii' .zz ff- -! i Wt s ' ,I 7 T , 'iz' A i L5 2 L Ely. tu , q,.:. N V95 - F g is " Mi 2 .'i""+-wal . lf. Q ..: V In :.:,: , 1 uzl, 3 ll 7 iiie 3 p x ff" I "':' A ' x Bill Smetana John Smith Max Spilsbury Lett Halt Right End Left End ARIZONA 33, ARIZONA STATE Zl Showing real form and class against the rival Sun Devils from Tem- pe. the Cats thrilled a packed stadium in turning back the invaders 33-21. The game was packed with thrills and spills from beginning to end, and the dejected Devils, Haines extinguished, returned home. TEAMING UP: Tom Woodburn and Art Converse C-47D join forces to spoil o Hardin-Simmons pass COME TO DADDY: Eddie Wolgast looks chagrined play as the Cowboys took to the air in a desperate as Cowboy receiver waits for ball with outstretched attempt to overcome the Arizona lead. fingers. 3 ? , X Y .t-N-X xi nga. N ii A X , T f in ti ' x T X I' 4 'T i ' V l 2, W X K Q X . ' H55 x W A' X A X R l i ik x 4 - i E E... 4 Ray Stephens Wrinterd Tackett Bob Wadlington Tom Woodburn Right Guard Fullback Fullback Right End .-- -Mugs--. . ' .- - V' " 53 y". ' tv wi .i' f wifllf. i ' N 'S QL TNQ 4 I 43 tix , A 1 V in lj: i Xi , N i ,LT ,T ' Q .:.' i M Bob Larsen Oscar Carrillo Norman Bingham Art Converse Left End Right Half Right Guard Center ARIZONA 14, TEXAS MINES 25 Texas School of Mines sent their men to Tucson and the Miners blasted their Way to a stunning 25-14 win over the hapless Cats who couldn't get up steam enough to show full power. FULL SPEED AHEAD: A Texas Tech back ram- "WHlZZER" WHIZZINGZ Whizzer White, bles over a clear path with Varner 1643 and Hen- Tempe Ace, carries the mail against the Cats as son C655 trying to outrun him. Tackett gets blocked out of action. , .l, LOOK OUT AHEAD: Charlie Hall gains yardage against Texas Tech as Red Raiders start closing in to fill the gap. Bill Peterson C221 and John Smith C347 get set to keep the path open. Playing an important role in Wildcat grid affairs were student managers Jim Brady, Bill Rhinehart, Larry Ollason and Buddy Streets. The Cats completed their ten-game slate scoring 154 points on 22 touchdowns, one field goal and 19 conversion points. Oppo- l nents managed to put together a total of 3 232 points against Arizona. E TUCKING IN THE PIGSKIN: John Smith, ace pass snagger of the Cat aggregation, takes a neat one in against New Mexico and rambles goalward. ARIZONA 14, IOWA STATE 7 Homecoming saw the Iowa State Cyclones blow into Tucson and the Cats put up one of their best fights of the season in upsetting the highly-favored visitors 14-7. Thrilling, and bit- terly contested all the way, the tilt was by far one of the best seen here in years. SIT DOWN -- YOU'RE ROCKING THE BOAT: As was repeatedly proved during the game, anything could happen when Arizona met Marquette. ARIZONA 24, MARQUETTE 14 Arizona met the Marquette Hilltoppers in Phoenix for their last game of the regular sea- son and, still flushed with victory from the Week before, topped the visitors 24-14 before a meag- er crovvd of onlookers, ringing down the cur- tain on their 1948 activities. THE WILDKITTENS 'lhe Kittens played 21 hve-game schedule this year, winning A,'. . - three at home and losing two on the road. Bob Svob's frosh 14? ,JU dumped Gila I. C. 27-0, New rf, f, ,, g ,, Mexico A Sc M frosh by a 13-7 V I v' score, lost to the Tempe Sun Aln' lmps 19-13 and Texas Mines A . frosh 46-6. Last game of their Ar season saw the Flagstaff Axe- A-z 1 babes smothered 27-0. 'l"I:u 3 X--H Coaching the Wildkittens dur- ing l9-48 were Bill Norby, Bob Svob and Jim Concannon. Not pictured is End Coach Jim Negri. ., . df Mm t.. MY-.. l9-48 WILDKITTENSZ Front row McKissick, Case, John, Tenney, Mansur, Kneubuhl, Carroll Tomp, Allen, Eller, Palomino. Second row Shafton Cmgr.l, Svob, head coach, Negri, coach, A Negri, Kaapke, Johansson, McCreery, Yard, Mayberry, Norby, coach, Concannon, coach Stivers fmgr.l. Third row Dunagan, Drachman, Young, Quiroz, Becher, Callahan, Propati Francy, Counes, Franz, Riba, Rigoli, H. Bell, Quigley. Fourth row Carpenter, Otto, Cun ningham, Preble, Sorenson, Russell, Glazier, Corbett, Suncelia, Budwig, Clements, B. Bell Simon. Page 192 ,1- 'Njhh .f if I'-if-. r , 1 9 f gig 404 ,iw neg' 1 LG' F9 5. A Q1 f 7 z ' 'JN :A ' I ,5 asia mv 'mm 5 asia g sf .E-: sawn , btw! ' a w Q . mi 'H Rr Q M, Y 1-4, v 42-.. -56' W Y! PM ,. . mms , -Lgfmf 9-A-sf wgyr ' A Q' Q ,Q af V E765 BASKETBALL Bruce Larson prepares to slip one through the hoop. Cagers seem to spend more time in mid- air than on terra firma, if photography is any indication. During the first Tempe game, Leo Johnson takes off for the stratosphere in an overhand try for the basket, State players' attempts to stop him notwithstanding. This 45-44 fracas was as close as any game can be and still produce a winner. Leon Blevins' spectacular dribbling confused more than one opposing team. This little behind- the-back item may come to grief, if opponent number 40 closes in, Bill Mann and Linc Rich- mond guard the front door. ...five men and a hectic hour Page 194 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS The VVildcats rolled to their fourth consecutive Border Conference championship by taking thirteen of their sixteen conference games. The sharp-shooting Cats were paced hy forward Leon Blevins who averaged 13.9 points per game. In the NCAA Sixth Division play-oils in Dallas the team defeated Baylor hut was eliminated by Arkansas. ,.-4 , - A , ,. l 1 H ' 2 f ., 'l Inf., l I .I ,W1,5ZQY 3 f .A Wwzpl' 'iv' v l l 1 I Border Conference champs, the Wildcats: front Linc Richmond, Art Carroll, Leon Blevins, Jun- ior Crum, Bill Mann, Joe Cherry, Leo Johnsong back Coach Fred Enke, Ken Troutt, Jack Howell, Bob Honea, George Greene, Bruce Larson, Manager Lynn Rhodes. Page 195 l M we - face as r ,Q-.-'. or QQ rr 6 F ff:-gem? I - - 1 ,A Q fl wt , ,, am.: rvmxra Vi , ,-,genial .L ,A--:Mm ,, L. ,- .Q . wrgsfisl M fwwt' ram- .f1...'2' rwxfiii , -.mf I- rs -'-was ,uw -- 1 , . XMLJ. r was 'f N-fi-. ,Eli 'Mlil Q S "Tw V.-wr -U X ' I . .:- lame. ' QQ grlgfx -. ,H 'gr-1 t X-4 l - fx' -' ' l.S.i 1, J.. ,, , sa -fr iilfilulig . .53 ,Qian egg, ai .lame ,, M ? -I . . ,.,, 'asm 1 1 ' .axe 5 See? is F 5 Q BASKETBALL STARS LEAVE The 1948-49 season closed the careers of four outstanding Wild- cat cagers, Linc Richmond, one of Arizona's all-time greats, Billy Mann, Iunior Crum and Ioe Cherry. Richmond twice made All-Border Conference first teams and received honorable mention once. Mann sparked the team with a Fiery spirit. Crum's steady scoring was a big factor in every game while Cherry aided the cause, contributing 37 points. .""'-..,q Fred Enke Leon Blevins causes a helpless feeling on the Varsity Basketball Coach part of a Tempe player. Page 196 J ack Lucas Guard P' m i ' . 5 1 . - r 1 ' r sg N W 4 ' I. .fix vi. Y C VP, ' V ' - fit 'L i. 'grief iy YI," B ' Fifi fl' ' 13 'fret iii WJ' l Us 45 r . j Nj D s , ,asus V ' - i gf, . ' f' 7- ' - 0,5 Leon Blevins Forward Jack Howell Guard 1 ...uv-f Joe Cherry Junior Crum Bill Mann Linc Richmond Center Center Guard Forward Bob Honea Leo Johnson Tony Morales Lynn Rhodes Forward Guard Forward Manager George Greene Roman DeSanctis Bruce Larson Art Carroll Guard Guard Forward Forward Pre-season expectations were not too high, but the Arizona cagers developed fast and got OH to a Hying start. The Cats ran their record of consecutive Wins on their home court to 51. Three received All-Border Conference honors with Blevins named to the first team and Iunior Crum, second highest scorer with with 13.04 points per game, to the second team. Guard Billy Mann received honorable mention. Page 197 THE SEASON'S RECORD VARSITY ' lArizona Score at Leftl Loyola Texas Tech San Diego West Texas Washington U. Pittsburgh West Virginia West Texas Duquesne Texas Tech Louisville Hardin Sim ons Hardin-Simmons Tempe New Mexico Flagstaff New Mexico ASM Texas Mines Flagstaff New Mexico A8tM Tempe New Mexico St. Mary's Baylor 52 51 49 60 41 61 43 55 52 58 61 46 51 57 58 50 69 43 - m 49 North Carolina 60 63 Texas Mines 50 43 63 57 53 55 71 36 69 60 39 57 45 44 66 50 58 55 49 'Son Francisco 56 44 Arkansas 25 59 47 52 60 40 48 60 38 57 47 65 70 50 Basketball 'Kittens Frank Sancet Wildkitten Basketball Coach The basketball Wildkittens: row I O. Yrun, G. Brawley, M. Gutierrez, T. Matlock, K. Eller, row ll G. Fotinos, D. Simon, J. Dunlap, B. Lutich, J. Brooks, row III Coach bancet, Roger Johnson, R. Staub, N. Darnell, S. Stevens. Page 198 QW ,X Q .. ml V .Q.5:' . I mi - Baseball X... W 'Nx LOWELL BAILEY ond BRAD TOLSON Veteran coach Iames "Pop" McKale, University B Director of Athletics, polished off his enviable career at U. of A. as chief baseball mentor. His teams had a respectable record on the diamond, winning twelve and losing six. The varsity loses four seniors at the end of the year, which leaves a real gapg baseball Wildkittens, however, have shown a gratifying group of outstanding players on their way up, and their distribution throughout the various positions on the diamond promises a rewarding year starting next spring. Coaches J. F. "Pop" McKale and Frank Sancet in a short conference during practice. Chet Vasey in a double steal during o New Mexico game. Collegiate version . . . ,Q Tony Morales fouls out against New Mexico. Page 200 gy- -":-' 1 .rf-1-'1--.7-r ff- - ,i A4 1:1 Cl's 1.1 I: J 1 1 e J '10, l. W' + 0300 M20 , Lei it Ki, A 4 x a A v2q,, ei gi 920, villa , ll' , il," If KJ we Varsity horsehiders: row I James Williams Cmgr.J, Lowell Bailey, Bernard Weinstein, Carl Lopez, Jerry Dodson, Tony Morales, Bill Helfinstine, Chet Vasey, Brad Tolson, Gordon Brown lmgr.J, row Il Coach McKale, Roy Laos, Robert Murray, Nils Johanssen, Robert Verbica, Dale Edwards, Linc Richmond, Bruce Larson, William Mann, Coach Sancet, row Ill Clark Duncan, Kenneth Johnson, Roy Robinson, Rudy Del- gado, Walter St. John, John Bolinger, Bob Householder, Walter Kellner. . . . . institution .f'.gsg4!"Q1.':w,,w,- QW. Y Mifilfii :fn 15-If-"'E.5S'ff ,we --. ..,.. . 2-v -:f ,,...,,, ,,. ,. - - f rf.,- . v -J .,-A -, Linc Richmond takes a tour ofthe , diamond, keeping a sharp eye on rf, the outfielders who are returning i f his line drive. tires- of cn natlonal . .. Z Tony Morales goes to the bat rack in search of the right bit of wood for a home run. Page 201 V WV V I ,:, :::,.:. ,., , 1 ,is . asa ,. ...a-v' ' i Q ,ig - N-X fx Lee Corey ond Fred Enke, Jr, ore two outstanding boll ployers who ore headed tor professionol sports coreers. While students of U of A, they coach the Wildkittens. Baseball 'Kittens This Wildliitteii squad is the training ground and proving ground, all in one, for ambitious newcomers to the university baseball scene. Promising material from the incoming freshman class is selected, moulded into a Working unit and prepared for bigger things to come. Varsity teams depend upon players from among the Wildliittens to Hll their ranks each year, and it is With this in mind that the squad Works out so conscientiously. Boseboll Wildkittens were: front Oscor Yrun, Del Gord- ner, Gus Fotinos, Roy Albertson, Lloyd Jenney, Dick Cor- rigon, Don Quigley, John Tussey, back Cooch Fred Enke, Jr., Tony Jocobs, Donold Bertolini, Bob Boiley, Len Owen, Roger Johnson, Charles Moser, Bill Goldberg, Jim Horne, Cooch Lee Corey. . aaa 'sms -it-ss: -A W- Ms as new it-mtfswmm H M mms -its as-is E H memes xg as :-:i-:--::-:::-:- :Ll I- Eggs Eggzna mama-'sms 3 amass mum 5, ., . .. an is a . .. . ,. E - g, .-,,,:s.s it me is 'ii.z"z" - -M .. was is mea. ms Bm.. is is new .m. 52,2 : Zi W swiss '- ,sms LTL asia '- an , - 1 u' Q 5 . ' v f-51 .I , ,ilu Q I A Z I g H . in P K. ... M, M- masts an me i ss 'E'HrW as as l:i'E'EWlWQ' i V- BE it at is " Bti B 5-: . QB mil: me s mm si , .' ,is H wif... if ' aw ,E W nm, is-is msn mae-is - 5,-is was as is 5 semi P semen is was-i nfs-is 1 Bam ma , 45, nw ms ms mink ,ww 5, wx N E W any a mmm m Mx 'a .qmiwxzz M E-QEWWQ M1 N- H swag? m f-as 1 ,mmm mm x M""M.'fJH am fa . ' - H :.:- E P955 MQ H , www, H , H awww A-mms was mmm, A :ss K 55331 .H W z Egiggsfiie, EYZ ZE ' ' 1:4 . ,, x. .. 5 . , -'.,.....x a ms ms 1, PARKER GREGG me-1 mamma yn w 1 x-x mf-. ss X Hmmm X i 35 55152 Tom "Limey" Gibbings U of A Track Coach J TRACK Arizona's track team attended ten meets in the course of the season, including one triangular meet with Texas Mines and New Mexico AGM, which it took by a wide margin. High- lights of the year centered around Parker Gregg's record- breaking throws in the discus, loc I-Iipple,s running in high and low hurdles, Gale Bell's performance in the pole vault, lim Freeman in the broad jump and Bob McCaa in runs of all distances. The team was sorely handicapped by the ab- sence of lohn Smith and Cecil Crouch, last ycar's 220 and 440 yard champions, respectively, who were out due to in- juries, nevertheless the showing for the year was admirable. Varsity thinclads during a moment off from strenuous activity: row I Bob Olson, Wayne Corder, Jack McDuft, Avrom Lewis, Bob Householder, Byron Forsythe, Jack Howell, Bob Biggs, row II John Kirman, Gale Bell, John Smith, Jim Freeman, Parker Gregg, Joe Hippie, Cecil Crouch, Jim McNulty, Bob Ortiz, row Ill Coach Gibbings, Norm Johnson, Keith Meenon, Bob McCaa, Jim Bartlett, Clayburn Hitchcock, Morgan Maxwell, Bill Saunders, Bill Augustine, Charles Gardner Cmgr.l. J-at --rv, E bm-m mms gms an : maxim Els QV" A-iz we s Q55 'Us' is 1. ll. ,Nqr If H ,- -rn.u'1.'B, X U! F. I lg 551' 1 itaflsy' ' 1 1' 1 V' -7 ,.,. fl if ,.,,lf -,vnu ' 1 1 V MIN, J 5,15 M1 l i PM 2 i, E l Kg Z, F , , gi- x if' .5 , H ,Mt ,4 X Q " . 4 ' ' .wgfiggjf l - P Y N - l Q i V li Q , . s -f , .fc - ,li 2 , Q V ,' -if I 3552555 Q , 5 2-fs l X Ju' is- L l ' SAE if li 452 . :f A A A il " Mgbsfiif fl, D 1 l ' 'l'lk.Af'li ,KQQ it , ,, r Q' ' 'Y -ff! Freshman track squad: front Paul Green, Judson Davison, Bill Laird, Don Smith, Jerry Budwig, Doug Ward, back Roy Dobson, Ames Albro, Joe Dalton, Leslie Altstath, Cecil Willis, Alex Presses. , , tuned to the crack Joe Hipple s superb form over the hurdles paid off , in results, his record is one of consistent wins in of the SfC11't1I1g' gun both high and low hurdles, W is 1 - -P, i N , , 1., John Kirman and Bob McCaa pass the baton during a relay. I . 'YE IW, ls vip Us E 3-E E Q it U it ,X H H e H E 5 sz H .H - , E E, my V 1 ...Y is E as X mg en 1 ss s ...aft . ...... Fi : V '- gf .A 1 'rf - 4 . , ., f I The varsity tennis team which represented Arizona in intercol- legiate play included: front Steve Vidal, Bob Caldwell, Bob Charles, Ralph Lester, back Ken Drummond, Tom Van Fleet, Herb Benham, Duane Miller, Coach C. Z. Lesher. TENNIS Registrar C. Zaner "Zip" Lesher is the university's veteran tennis coach for men. . ' 'f 2:1 eff, Q f V ' A '- I S 5 1' ' g E 3 .ji we . . iii 551, 7.-.,. I , lf., , , . t it f' Two top players, Herb Benham and Tom Van Fleet, team up to take a doubles match. Page 206 na A Er- - B t nf' . J if 5, ' 1"Wi."vs The university men's golf team participated in numerous tournaments both on Tucson links and in distant cities, it included: front Harry Talmage, Jr., Johnny Rudolph, Bill Bramwell, Richard Siebeck, back Coach Fred Enke, Sr., Don Byrd, Harold Tovrea, Jr., John Cohill, Nicholas Raica. GOLF John Cahill and the form which has made him an outstanding player in U of A golf, ' ,. . W 'vii Page 207 . ag V , Aw n 4" ' .M fl - his fff V . giggli vf, . V4 . ,ff 1. ' v 5 . . . l , Johnny Rudolph, a top flight golfer play- ing with the 1949 team, winds up a hefty swing. 1 X if X Out of their element for a bit of sun are UA mermen: front Lee Goodman, Ed Thompson, Vinton Pierce, Jim McPherson, George Morrison, Bob Ingram, back Norm Underwood, Loren Wood, Jim Chastain, Frank Jenson, John Melanson, Coach Charlie Ott. SWIMMING Charlie Ott, U. of A. swimming coach, keeps tab on results as his men go through their paces. .Ei Page 208 H A - CLUB Composed of varsity lettermen, the A-Club has a room of its own, high up in Bear Down gym, the Walls of this room are muraled with the great and past-great of Arizona's athletic world, providing in- spiration for those Who have come after. When the A-Club has its annual initiation, the Whole campus knows about it, clad in the uni- form of their major sport, initiates chase down unwary coeds wherever they may be found, take them - forcibly if necessary -- to a judges' circle Where they become honorary members, through a mystic ritual illustrated on page 242. Members of the A-Club are: row I Gale Bell, Bill Grinnell, Bill Mann, John Monier, Sam Stevens, row ll Bob Pickrell, John Evans, Jack Rubel, Vinton Pierce, Pinky Richardson, Cecil Crouch, Larry Howard, row III Linc Rich- mond, Fred Enke, Lee Dyer, Harry Henson, Dick Reynolds, Joe Cherry, Roy Robinson, Bob Ortiz. Page 209 INTRAIVIURALS A long-held tradition at the University is its intramural sports program. Nearly every men's group on campus enters a team in each of the many sports which come in succession through the year from early in the Fall almost 'til Spring vacation. The intramural banner for the over-all Winners carries with it a great deal of prestige, for it represents nine months of hard Work, cooperation. ' The day's schedule of events draws a crowd to the bulletin board as intramural swimming gets under way. A close con- test, the fall meet ended with Delta Chi as winner. The three-mile cross-country was won by Phi Delta Theta, which had low score on men wha placed. Winnner in this event is determined by totaling the positions of men on each team as they cross the finish line. With a minimum ot tive men on any team, the lowest total takes the trophy. Phi Delt's runners were Walter Roche, Joe Robbins, John Goss, Jim McNulty and Doug Ward. D T A .,,ii 11 Page 210 INTRAIVIURALS First across the finish line in the cross country race was Raul Lujan, running for Barbs. ,J .usp l 1- I A . 'rat i ' More than three hundred runners, representing every men's group on cam- pus, lined up for the start of the cross-country run. At the halt-way mark they were strung out for three-quarters of a mile, and the last tour'strag- glers limped across the finish line together, nearly twenty minutes after the winners had come in. Intramural swimming was won in the Fall by Delta Chi. Members of the team were: front Hal Evjen, Herb l'lOfCl'IkiSS WGTS his hands in C1 .lim McPherson, Claude Hall, back John Monier, l30Cl4 CllVeI l00l4S US 'fh0UQl'1 he mC'Y Q0 Walt Kellner, Paul Monier. Ull the WOY ln- Page 211 ?'i..nS 1 hr' . i f , ik , ,n .- - i r'if.ii5,. xv" 1 , ' ,,i, xii . .I . on Dick Wheelock, Pi Kap, goes after the ball in a hotly contested volleyball game, as team- mates Rhodes and Barker look on. - Ag A ll, Y Y A h W .,l v W ,A nu x Intramural volleyball winners were the Phi Gams, pictured are: front Richard Rhodes, Cecil Miller, Roman DeSanctis, back Jim Young, Bill Tolley, Roger Alison, Tom Car- penter. INTRAIVIURALS mm- - 5 ww aging E Sigma Chi Dale Edwards makes the old col- lege try for the basket and two points. Page 212 S . MQ. Q B l A. sw., Y! Nj , 4 4 -A P ww. , 'Jak Qi i -Si k ' sis fy! I- V M -M , , , J! ,T s . Y x l x . , 1 W . 'J , A E J N U ' - l H iv ,xx 5- --X Winners of the bi-league basketball cham- pionship in intramurals were the Borbs: front Dick Barcelo, Oscar Grun, Jim Dunlap: back Benny Coopwood, Grant Howard, Paul Penner, Bill COX. :-ynwfx 3.1, " f'- agiig? " 'Z 'mf-, f -: M . 1-. a . , 1f.,...1u, p Track champions were the Barbs, team mem- Taking the first hurdle in stride are Jack Mc- bers above are John Gimbal, Byron Forsythe, Duff, John Gimbal, Clayburn Hitchcock and Leroy Kenna, Don Smith, Dave Lewis, Morgan Morgan Maxwell. These men were to become Maxwell and David Montgomery. the backbone of U of A's varsity squad. INTRAMURALS it Tennis winners were the Phi Gams, the team Intramural tennis is an individual affair, but included .lack Francis, Chauncey Schaller, counts just as much as any other when it comes Bobby Charles and Sam Lindamood. to totalling the final points. Page 213 .2535 i, . W l ' l s' J, 55' 95' I F ,, Bl 33' ,M K . , A 53 The action was fast and the players earnest when the Aggies met the Pi Kaps in intra- mural softball. IN TRAIVIURALS Jack Bryant and Jim Savage square off for a bout in boxing prelim- inaries. Competition and sportsmanship Page 214 Phil Quinsler returns the bird like a profes- sional, while Ray Ste- phens prepares to back him up. Jim McGrady takes a turn at the bag, accu- racy and timing are built here. v l . . all through the year Pagc 215 The Pi Kap-Aggie soft- ball game: another close play, but that ball doesn't seem to be as fast as the runner. Johnny Allred, gymnas- tics instructor, congrat- ulates this group ot su- perior gymnasts: Joe Stewart, Dove Goodson, John Jacobson, Bob ln- gram, Buddy Streets and Joe Major. Wrestling is another individual sport featured in UA's intramural program. Johnny Allred referees a match between Hendrik Seany and Bob Stricklerg cosy, what? Page 216 INTRAIVIURALS Handball is an up-and-coming intramural sport requiring agility and a quick eye. Taking a swat at the little pill is Harry Henson, who with Ray Day won the doubles tournament for Sigma Chi. 1 ,xxx x 5 .Va-Q M 3.z,:.gmr,:,1L 1 www- ,LL , Mikie-mv si ZEN H 1 w 525 :::,.:. :-: I ' JW- i E R' R' " S Q 5 if W WK 41 , " m .:. :.: ':' -553' Q -Ft WE'WiSE?.f ylmwxinivgwil zmsihi' lm K4 Q H E A 5 A fi Yak- Q 1 'wr-s-.-m. will - ,N Q, V' - -1 - "--...Jn Y 4-3,47-yy -,V M Am"-' 1 Y ii Q ' ,..., . it J'-6 is .. J 1 5 fs 2 iii S3 -agar seg ' 14-4..,"',f.L '. ' I V si W '51- 0 i 1 Rose tokes time out to adjust her shin guard, o necessary bit of equipment in the rough ond ready game of hockey. A good swimmer, Rose is as much ot home in the water os on the playing field. Rose retrieves one from the ring that counts. TCP WCIVIAN ATHLETE "Rosie" Catalanotto served as president of the "A" Club this year, and was WAA hockey manager besides. The impressive string of sports in which she was active in- cludes hockey, softball, tennis, badminton, archery, pool, ping pong, speedball, dancing, swimming, volleyball, shuflieboard and bowling. A physical education major fwe could have guessedj, she is a member of Phrateres, and as captain of their hockey team helped them win for the fourth consecutive year. As though these accom- plishments were not enough, Rosie, who has cornered both an "A" sweater and an "A" blanket, served as sen- ior representative in the P. E. Majors Club and won, in addition, the badminton singles tournament. i k I Puge 218 I I WO1VIEN'S SPORTS GROUP Staff members include: front Mary Pilgrim, Marguerite Chesney, lna Gittings, Anna Gruenwaldg buck Roene Stanley, Ruth Clark, Gwen Clymer, Elizabeth Rose. lt is the work of this staff and its associates which has made for women's physical education the place it holds on our campus today. Testimony of the pro- gram's success are the intercollegiate meets received so enthusi- astically by participants. P. E. majors for the year are: row I M. O'Kelley, M. Dunn, J Fickett, P. Liebel, A. Boukidis, P. Akins, M. Don, P. Mclntosh, l. Frazier, W. Cameron.: row ll J. Scott, S. Evell, G. Appleyard, R. Catalanotto, M. Hughes, B. Holaway, G. Roberts, J. Stewart, F. Janes, N. Hughes, M. Hines, row Ill M. L. Turner, C. Hann M. Halley, E. Fredell, C. Moore, A. Narcho, A. Johnson, R. John son, D. Noonan, B. J. Arvold, B. Milligan, J. Haymore. 'fn . 'v-4 I Holders of A-Club membership are: row I R. Catalanotto, E. W.A.A. council is composed of: row I R. Clark, E. Rose, M. Kul- Fredell, J. Lyons, J. Fickett, S. Goodson, M. O'Kelley, row Il inovich, S. Christopher, J. Lyons, G. Clymer, A. Gruenwaldj row C. Gillmore, N. Hughes, V. Wilhite, F. Jones, J. Stewart, D. Ray, II M. Foerster, M. Gannon, D. Joyner, P. Boice, B. Robinson, M. M. Udall, row III M. Hines, B. Maldonado, F. Plunkett, B. J. Moore, R. Stanley, row III B. J. Arvold, J. Bragg, P. Jackson, Arvold, B. J. King, M. Moore, R. Stanley. B, Udell, A. Condit, F. Jones, J. Woodruff, R. Catalanotto. Page 2 I 9 Members of the winning basketball team pose with their trophy: front M. Halley, O. Gregory, L. Chilikas, B. Fra- zier, M. Hines, back P. Mclntosh, W. Cameron, C. Hann, M. Hughes, A. Shull. BASKETBALL Women's basketball rules differ from the male version some- what, but the play is no less spirited. A bit of fast maneuvering during the girls' tournament. Page 220 Frances Jones on the receiving end of a hard pass. When volleyball is in full season, the women's field is alive with activity every afternoon as the shadows creep up the mountain. 'Ga I- H i N . 1 . 1 4 A g 1 ' '.. A 1 " ha ll. - .. ,.. Kappa Kappa Gamma volleyball winners: row l J. Cristy, N. Hughes, D. l-leap, row ll B. Wahl, P. Bunton, P. Stanley, row lll C. Stunz, E. Hol- brook, M. Drachman. B. Udell not pictured. 4 A N U rf' at 7 '.g7Ji,l.,:jfl VOLLEYBALL A walloping backhand from a Phrateres spiker sends the ball to waiting Tri-Delt players. as , e B it 1 K Us ia 'mit-we me . Jw H: N W tg' - an Q i W x gs Belew. -at eissgg me at gg We E Q gs ee is me was me was as if Spillane ga is H . 55 .aa -M H ESS EERE SS ? New ig gag gag WT' '-if . lx ls lgiygws Elgyg My kg is . a:a..a.---aa E .H .g g V gg, w wiv aga '- Ai sa' Q . si - ME we Us 3 E mime Qi ? be H gf: W W Ezgmilgei 1-aw as ,emma em. .am E W at - B me N is ea e H . E H is at gg as B S57 M M ma g Segway was za ss: E in ' is I s nw is ' e g ff.. mg g Chi Omega plays the Thetas, someone run for a ladder to get that thing down! SWIMMING The winning Pi Phi team lines up: L. Oman, K. McNabb, V. Jenkins, S. Wright, B. Bayne, B. Ballard, S. Best, J. Moeur, S. E, Groover. At left, Marion Moore takes a leaping start in the novice clothes race. Aquamaid Sarah Best bested all comers to be acclaimed top woman swimmer of the meet. ' x Page 222 19 . .?,' -., 511' "fx I .fm The diving event was wan by Nancy Hughes, left, with Lorraine Caffrey and Jackie Bivin as runners-up. Most hilarious of events was the novice clothes race, which took the form of a clothes-donning relay. ii SOFTBALL AND SPEEDBALL Softball winners for the year are: P. Akins, A. Boukidis, F. Seale, Noonan, P. Besich, H. Mitchell and V. Wilhite. ,.. ., 1 ,vu V . 23.52-fifl:-v'.f., . . . -Y '- ,--""1.a.,-.,- '. , . " .A-lv, W. ,A " Wi..-2, .y:'... -V . ex, 51" Zi -s Y if 5 - -,. ,, - .2 " f 'Edt-4'-:.1'1f.-f4n.. . 5 f- . ws.-. - -- . f. fr. -, The pitch is straight down the middle, according to soft ball umpire Fay McCormick, and Myra Bailey prepares to give the outfielders some business, Pat Bunton is catching. Speedball has many characteristics of soccer, and shin guards are in order when the play gets a little thick dawn around the goal line. Page 223 Q iii SP ' A . U 3 . l i. E S. Casper, L. Orr, P. Quinn, D. Joyner, D. 1 -II 'll llll fl Winners of the speedball cup are: row I L. Angel, V. Santander, J. Fickettj row Il M Dowdy, D. Ray, R. Catalanottog row Ill R. Clark A. McCluskey, F. McCormick, not pictured R Collins, M. Earle. l A JW -Va 'iwkiiklggwa 'swfg?S"gss-it ' N N,g,?31 f f""7? 5' 'FDTH-, 'XIYQXESQWEEQHQ-, "i ' 'd""H""h' ew iw s wefseestrf .sserii t::mr..rmseesesirsfs'E -Wseerwsr. eliitgiesf 0 A P HMB- Q messages- W m"'m"'Ff'tWt'M.w ' ,sesame iirgmfg we A H were Uris-M E we-M www H -e ww-Us s A . - s Em .mg my ry me a was M, ,-'gig H- H -vm Y. HQ, gg, thirst" "' ' ass f if he P V, . 1 si: xx if Ci! Racquet Club women's tennis honorary, includes: front M. Kulinovich, Top-flight tennis player Pot Jackson goes into a backhand S Casper, M Jones, S. Goodson, K. Pender, F. Bilderbock, E. Holbrook, return, back L Jordon Cpresidentl, R. Harper, J. Doyle, V. Grose, M. Hines, B Robinson, P Kettering, M. Peterson. Though nearly an individual sport, tennis is high in importance at Arizona in both men's and wornen's divisions. The intergroup doubles tournament in the spring was won by the Kappas, the intergroup singles by the Thetas. Bonnie Robinson was tennis sports- leader for the year. H mx- Him ' - mu H K an me M We H fe 5 w n Y? H-H n mrmmw mw m n sz ss Singles and doubles tennis winners are: front D. Downing, J. Cristy, Jean Doyle holds the coveted cup she won as WAA Singles M Jones V Grose, back P. Kettering, E. Holbrook, P. Bunton, M. Elimination Tournament winner. Wheeler, P Jackson. Page 224 CRCHESIS 'i. ORCHESIS, dance honorary, put its efforts into a year of accomplishment, presenting performances ranging from re- ligious enactments to adornment of certain pages of the DESERT. Members shown here ore, seated M. Foerster, E. Arnold, B. J. Castelan, B. Eardley, Mrs. Gruenwald, L. Sellors, F. Plunkett, M. Wallis, M. A. Neff, standing B. Howard, G. McAllister, G. Sykes, B. Clark, S. Schoeny, M. L. Briscoe, A. Angel, E. Van Kirk, M. Lewis, W. Cameron, S. Seabury, N. Bedilion, D. Marques, B. Kurn, A. Mills, L, Clawson, M. Don. DESERT MERIVIAIDS DESERT MERMAIDS, aquatic honorary, left lasting memories with those who were treated to its Water Carnival in Moy. At the water's edge are, row I J. Goelitz, M. Drachman, B. Martin, G. Cristy, M. Hines, S. Christopher, A. Bishop, M. Morris, L. Marston, L. Oman, M. Haskin, row II J. Wallis, M, Hamilton, B. Udell, F. Jones, Eliz. Gibbon, J. Woodruff, S. Talmage, J. Schick, M. Carlisle, S. Groover, row Ill S. Boice, Ellen Gibbon, E. Fredell, G, Daniels, D, Killian, B, Hall, M. Marston, J. Lyons, J. Bragg, M. Meyer, N. Kinney. Page 225 GOLF una -N P. o'Remy. U ns x r f , H u 1... 1 , , W rf isi-I1 'W K it . ' V. 'fx . r 1 ...., ' -' ' ' gs ' 2 I .fr ,, .. .. . 1, , x , We sJ1vJ .eyes , w A fn. . ,, 3 -. gk 1 .rg . .R , J V V V I , . V - I: ' ' ,Q ay. V E N' , ,433 . . 6--7 , , Q, f -Q? rl - ' " ' , A ' i 2. ' Ui' 'ff-2 . If-iftj..' rifle 1 l ' - I iff! ' V - ,Eg ,.. ... . ' 3, .:. ,B I t V E.. ..:. -f , E :,i . J I 1' ,. E I iz , y , J -"V- , , E H ' " ' V ,. ,EL - me-f 1- g ,, , 1' 'u L L, k ' ff'-:.!f..ff if , .. , , , ,,7,-,. f..4"--'-if ' ,A gi. , , . V A li.L'.-33339 - - W" --rf' . - - ' . . A f'7'6'Ks J r1Wms:...v 's---4-15. 1 'aw . Y, - "Mia, . ' f - -.-.. --f - - W rr--1.-A?-A '-slams 'Qai- . " .1- ..-, , , .. . 1-A ,. . . g -'Nw - ' 'LA -5: f-2-l '- . ffl ' ' 'if' ' ' - tifif-W ,. ' '4 - . W' ' ,, - U, -.' - - "Lv-,-i.' " I - A " - A ' w - 'QA ' . lt. Tfss' "Y Lfmmfifllw--ff.-v 1 i if .fm'wfff"'Zr,w-fs an . - 92550, -z,"s'H-f2"'- ---L-QQ'-YAI ri . women's hockey season opens with o spirited ploy, and the clash of Right: sticks continues until the last goal in the last game has been mode. Above: the winning Phrateres team poses with their well earned trophy, front B. Holo- woy, J. Fickett, R. Cotalanotto, M. Dunn, A. Angel, back' Faye McCormick, Mary Dowdy, Alice McCluskey, Pat Bunnell. Page 226 ,ff Left: outstanding golfer Pot Jackson demonstrates her drive. Pot is well- known in the southwest for her accomplishments in several sports, golf among them. Right: the Putter's Club can be found on the Tucson links throughout the weekj its membership includes, front P. Jackson, B. J. King, M. Kulinovich, P. Jakle, A. Poulosg back Miss Elizabeth Rose, R. Harper, J. Stewart, J. Lyons, HOCKEY Q- , j gl t 'hr , , - 'l.,"' .A .T-:,aY. ?, N I 1 A 1 ' l' gl ' "' ' 5.1, L ' 5 , .' I f - - ze 5,'. 'l!f ..:, Al. J' '-4, H451 A - AA.-w.,.:-V: ' A, Q.....1 ' " ' "2r "" 1 ' 3 il 222,121 ' 'TSP " ' - . in V I V i X ,A i f vm, ' ffm A 3.1, . f 's"I.- Q.. ' ' - .-1.-V, -4 ' f ' 1' . J ...N,.l..-af.. - y 1-ve - f.:fw g . L- A " ,T ' ,.,- , '. . fy, 'V . - ,' Q .7,,- .9 ,,:1"'fL-J " . 'fla w TFJK1. I .A t'-1 , ' .. , fgztfvgf ,, ,,. .Hwy ,-.- ,gqwn '-if-,V W-,ei , .ww ew-' ff 1 ge .Q ' -.M ,.., . .. .. , ,":...L4f. Q " 0.31 1 V 1. i . . . 'J - 'H' ... .. .. " '--qi fa: 1 k -S-3 4.7 . '1 f, , Eillfff.-g" , ga- :4f9r2sS1ai1i2t?T? leififelrflie ef-fe :swf se?-'eh fQ,'gJf'Tfj. PL.'f?,gi'14 Q 3 :f,,: ,- ' , - " ' ,J-y-' ry 1, ' L " Q - ,gif , . .1 J, -'-1, 2,--,' . ,Kitt-5355.-. p,M?.rE+f'r ,-1,152 ,, -,qs pep, ,ge-gg ff? -2'i'1lA73" . 'L - 5' 'X 'i i 5'3"T 'T' 5 BOWLING Top bowlers in the women's league were the Alpha Phisg pausing tor Tri Delt Lora Chiappetti proves to her chagrin that "body a moment after the gruelling tournament are Mary Krabbenhoeft, Pat english" doesn't always bring in that spare. Smith, Margaret Gannon and Ruth Harper. MINOR SPORTS H wnrrllfwsi i' ' 5 SSN si Trigger reflexes are a prerequisite for ping pong Ctable A sharp eye and a little blue chalk, and a pool shark is tennis to the culturedlj keep your eye on the ball, born at the fast tables in the women's building. i 1 wmv, serene Badminton means watch the birdieg just like a pint-Sized Shades of Sherwood Forestg archers let fly at the red bulls- tennis game, but not as easy as it looks. eyes that seem so tiny from such a distance. Page 227 3 Kwik- My fume IS yo :elf A f 4 P simm- -'Qu' gx X ,Av gp:- kglfe 51. pf' 5 V .31 C' 55 1-fx V - ,. N- f s. V 2, 55 ' ' 1f2" ' J I Tffi A ' N.. NS I6 Xi ...f a 2' 'Jil-rf? 5.,-fi. .bfj-'-Q1 1. , -' ' '5' G Eff? Y 'Q....-..--F in . 51 1 ' jg K HE' 5 C ' 3 XX - . ,Q,--1 gg? 5 ligg PQ 'lei ' .' 'I'-'E S f ' . LL' M I 19 311 ' ' 4 H351 C- IM E M1-..X-5 , I if' Mx!-. 55"---.42 , ---- - I S A ..,. g .. N ' ' 1151 L t, Y ' ,Q ,. . 'HL -His. ari NKQ if ur fime . . HCTIVITIES Q NNI- 3' X 459. , 1 x -.1 1'- LQ., 6 W . I 1 'll W "' 'WA mn mean mmm ww m as s xx um nm m Q mm mn an ms E' wif W 2 sw in e' ,sf -'X , ss N T Q ms .H W w ss rw B , S, ss me Ah P 'ss EWR m ,fa H H1565 gan wi , B? 5 . fa as wa R B x has as vm wma K Eng , 44- 'E .1 'X w 1 my Q! X55 .xv .NU .W Q, M M 4 W W S2425 H Q , ff., INDEPENDENTS AJP J Q A.:-at t A I WW' , 1 we , as M A . rs, , -Q , 1 I ,sw fl-V. V 5,14 i When studies are over and books are on the shelf for the evening or for the weekend, students go extra-curricular. Campus groups enthusiastically build immense floats, send out their most beautiful girls to represent them as queens, dress up for costume parties, compete in philzinthropie drives such us the Red Cross and follow comic strip fads . . . like L'TWirp Weekf' where the woman becomes the ziggressor. - """"'Tf'!""W:":jiTTW7 Lf "" , J I slsfsme l rf't11'i-'mu -. 'e o .. 4 ' ' S '-GW 11 ' A .P "' L",-in i"i"i N " ,.g ' ' Qjyglj .-QI--' I I, Sys! M si ,A sw. -as my nm a xm mn ss 7.4-wg Q SA-'su we m w ss ss wi" :Sf is M. ,, M W Y A-ba, n..,.,LN Q .5 may mama wa., me nm an mmm nm an sm m mn m 4 A mm in ms an sm M '95 v 1 x,, .,' 1 , r wr- M -K V ,S H M. iii 3184.115 N New H W Mm xii!-H ,-E W .iw ORCHESTRA The University Orchestra has between fifty :incl sixty members and its string section, according to Mr. Lotzcnhiscr, is still growing. Many states are represent-ed in the group as well as many colleges. The organization has performed three times this year, twice with 'the full orchestra and once as accompunitnent music for MOZLlfI,S D Minor piano concerto. Future plans are to builcl the group for inclepcnclent concerts ns fl symphonic group. Mr. George Lotzenhiser, orches- tra director. The brasses double in brass, with a wee bit of the woodwind section chiming in at far left. In front are C. Carson, J. Prusha and A. Bergman, next, F. Moody, B. A. Horst, J, Smith and G. Snellg in back, J. Hock- ings, W. Angermeyer and H, Richerson. Millicent Earle and James Ostle go into an attentive mood as they put bows to strings. Ann Hough and Frank Moody ply their clarinets industriausly during an overture. Page 232 BAND Besides playing liar all home football games this year as well as for the Salad liowl and the Marquette game in Tempe, the marching band played for a spring formal concert in the University auditorium and gave an outdoor concert on the library steps. , A handbook was also published by the band this year which gives students informa- tion about lihe group, it is sent to high schools throughout the state. A new policy was initiated for the marching band this year and there will bc no women members. The concert band has made tours during the year to Miami, Snowflake, Prescott and Holbrook. Mr. Samuel Fain, band director. The University Band: row I Mr. Fain, H. Richerson, A. Cordone, R. King, H. Beaver, J. Hock- ings, R. Yeager, Mr. Lotz, row ll R. Simmons, C. Wien, H. Even- chik, Franklin Smith, J. Starr, R. Thompson, D. Hawkins, D. Ferguson, row Ill A. Hough, S. Solot, T. Martin, J. Richard- son, G. Legters, J. Roberts, P. Daurio, S. M. Hicks, A. Lupo, row IV P. Heywood, F. Moody, R. Roberts, T. Conoway, G. Noon, John Smith, l. Hawkins, S. Hirsh, G. Ribas, M. Atwood, row V G. Snell, L. Wood, L. lsaacs, R. Longenbough, J. Ostle, E. Weil, H. Martinez, J. Amalong, B. A. Horst. Kappa Kappa Psi, band honor- ary: row I l. Hawkins, S. Solot, D. Hawkins, A. Cordone, J. Roberts, H. Martinez, F. Moody, C. Wien, row ll F. Smith, G. Legters, T. Martin, H. Richer- son, R. Yeager, F. Weil, L. Wood, row III Mr. Fain, R. Sim- mons, G. Snell, L. Isaacs, R. Thompson, R. King, Mr. Lotzen- hiser. Pug: 233 CHCDIR The annual production of the Messiah was put on by the men and wonien's glee club, with a soloist from Los Angeles. The chorus also presented an Easter program and sang at the Baccalauriatc exercises. Their varied list of activities tlitl not stop here- this group had a wide program including assisting in a dance recital, singing at the Arizona Teachers' Convention and taking a trip to the Salt River Valley to sing lor high schools theme. -9 The U. of A. a Capella Choir, whose tasteful ond talented renditions have brightened the University's musical year. The U. of A. Chorus, under the direction of Prof. Hartley D. Snyder lupper rightl, shawn in a rehearsal for their famed yearly production of the Messiah. Page 234 DRAMA Herring Hall turned out five successful performances in the course of the school year. The favorite "Arsenic and Old Lace" opened the schedule, followed by "Papa ls All" and "Caponsacchi." James Barrie's light "What Every Woman Knows" came next, and the spectacularly de- signed sets and costumes of "The Sunken Bell" put the finishing touches on nine months of impressive effort by the Department of Dramatic Arts. At right: makeup is basic theatre, dramatic students Jackie Sunderman, Frances Schmidt and Betty Scott practice on themselves. Right below: in front of a model set, Mrs. Fairfax P. Walkup, associate professor and costumer, and Mr. Peter Marroney, dramatic department director, go over plans for a new production. Above: "Papa Is All," an amusing dialect play set in a Mennonite house- hold under a tyrannical father, was well received. Ann Conrad, as the well-meaning but gossipy Mrs. Yoder, attempts to console Mary Hann, the wife, on the occasion of her husband's supposed demise. The whole affair is tongue-in-cheek, and Verne Cook and Rita Shupe, the children, try to effect o sad manner. Right: Bob Bur- roughs, art and technical director of Herring Hall, plays Papa, the domi- neering father. While the family looks on, Ross Cope, as the state trooper, arrests Papa, Verne Cook, the dull son, supplies a choice line when he grabs the gun his father is bran- dishing, telling the trooper, "Shoot quick, Mister!" JW? sg 1 Tig ,. gg . itil :flihml ,stil , its ZH Ei! it Nl I ! ,fn-nun X. F E 1 S. 1 M5 fm-3 , - ' -V-H-w,.+ gg- ' .. . 15' H .N 1 f 'W xg. L fmwaf w -.: ' r Yami K f M' 4 .. 5. , n in ' is 'gg ' Z -MQK M. w.-4 W, 9'4Mw 721 as a xx qw .SE ,. I 1 wi I H 5 W., MEQQV KNEE: Nfgfsm Eg mam- awww :HERE w?S4a.f .QM pu mn ,ma ,Q M, was .1 S5 K EU ,Exec-5? 1 Q. -ww vga. .. wf?gBSg?5fffgg gifzgif-M -air in Q A W M .. F, Qwawwlffl .zwsgaww SMX an Fi! V .Q .1 .ua sail rf., W, if .5 XBTEEE1 5253.150 1 .1 K. Us we ,vxsw-fz2wM .1 .if H. ,Wk -ms., .jug 8-wwiggg wmv ' A M Qgmfzj XE yg .g..m .,.: 552 if 'S fu Z.. 5 G ., .gg 2 5 1. vm " 25 5.1 H . - ' SKBXEYVL 2 Ngwwwj an fe, Mfff Q PEL- m-my liwdii , .,,,4 .5 .u w. Q , sms XM -awww ?yhC, M-...S wufi a a ss 1 E ,kiss ,am :YW 'MESH ' Sim ,mam n..L.8.aA... .H W. ULF . - nw: f . L mam : 55? 5:41 ' ' .g-law f vu" : f sf' ' ' ! D x W .J A W E555 'md 1, A. ,5 X UE? 5 fl ' ., ing N2 Q 1. ET: -, f 1 . mm. wg 1 X W Maggy :4-fi-9'1f""' ximian fx mn-sm -we-is as -ss an fa ss, -a- L W 'Y an ss an - ,'fa.Mw H w H gs' ' ' H H 3,5 523 E 35 vvmriff 3 . l iaaimmf fifvwi-M W ,M .. Wgvqlrlkuwk . ..-gilt . ,Z -ww1,'Q'-- f NM- W L2vff---.-- r. ' 1 ---QV ,'Ar.: ' 13 I f 34 , A , K " urn! ,M -,is u welll-IA. WH? 1 3-3 ,X R gm gf. X - ss nf w. Q, M Opposite page: in a beautifully designed and expertly lighted setting, the moving verse drama, "Caponsacchi", unfolded into an outstanding production, passing through gaiety and comedy to pathos and tragedy in a commendably smooth exe- cution. Especially noteworthy was the opening carnival scene shown opposite. "Don't ye be forgettin' yer mufflair, john," says Maggie tenderly, he is to be her husband, and will owe much of his political success to her devotion. This charming, Scottish-flavored comedy was james Barrie's well known "What Every Woman Knows." Maggie's family, played by john Simley, Verne Cook and Harlan Cook, have bargained with john for Maggies hand. Maggie was portrayed by Liz Camp, jol-in Shand by Doug Fulton. l "Mu 'I 'rv 'fff fJ:i,Q Q.. . v Ji- '. gl a.""u'1f yt xt 'gas tr v sk A ltr:-1' - ?lg.1:-rr X ..f '3 sl x 55. E, 11 Above: "Come back to me, my Elfin Spirit , pleads Heinrich to the lovely Rautendelein as she descends into the well to meet her groom, the Nickelman. The three goblets, symbolizing health, happiness this repossession of Rautendeleinl and eventual death, await her answer. This climactic ending of "The Sunken Bell", verse drama by Haupt- man, had as leads Marty Lewis as the lovely creature and Paul Yeazell as Heinrich, the misled bellsmith. ' At left: "Return to your slimy well and live alone," neighs the lustful Wood Sprite, played by Dwight Stroud. The sage Nickleman warns the beast to mend his ways, but the beautiful Rautendelein would not look at either of them in any case. Bob Stephens plays Nickleman. GQAL xx- . I u rf, It . " wtf XS? aa "' 'hill' -"lie IU' lf' 5 ffl . Q' ' ,. v i I lil? N,l,q,NlJ umm 4?5EE,. nm, ilktkla-fymrrani V .,.yi,E 4 ai.. Npllllmriflgspv , li l lil Mlil1lkl4Alixli-0 i , " ia- ff:,,,,qrqM Q 3 g, a 4 'UV A 7? :' :Il '63ll5 if R l I 3, 'i. i+ i'9th:lUJlll31LI1Al'W'w,,. ' " fnvqtlliltllb ixtllwy A L V , liliilrrAI"'Vf'f'v ff 1 QB' I wx i fmt'-A lllllr W' f - i'nlilwlWl"xl Q ,, -,wnluaw , Q - ini lllli No + U 'N l'lFfvN'P22l1Wx"""+ A ll'--" 0 t""""25i Q' Cul 'M'-' ' I ' ' ,-. .,. f I c....Q Q . RED CROSS Guiding light in the work done by U. of A.'s Red Cross chapter during 1949 was Brad Tolson, whose spirit and energy as campaign director was instrumental in at- taining the eleven hundred dollar mark in subscription to the cause. Representa- tives in all halls and houses contacted the entire campus between March 5 and 12 and while all money collected went to the Tucson chapter, a large portionof it finds its way back to school through that chap- ter's home work project, involving home nursing calls, aid to veterans, blood bank and other services. More than twenty students per month donated blood to the bank, and volunteer girls worked at the Veterans' Hospital and the local oflice. john Evans, Betty Odell, Mary Alice Babby, Patty Parker and Tom Crimmins look at the results of the Red Cross drive, . . . its curriculum is service .gulf new pdl!! I RPS rnnvuw- IEIM NED ni ai ul multi Afllhwi nun viking N 4' x ul, W, 7 a -I .qw-r rv, Officers of the campus Red Cross chapter gather at headquarters: Kathleen McNabb, corresp. sec'yg Maxine Kulinovich, vice-pres., women's group, Patty Parker, rec'd'g sec'y, Brad Tolson, treasurer and campaign directorg Tommy lohnston, pres.g Mrs. Edna Snyder, advisor. aaa a The blood bank conducted by the Tucson Red Cross chapter is a vital function participated in by campus students, largely through the efforts of the campus chapter. Nurse Gladys Folley is shown attending blood donor Norman McClelland. Page 238 The TOWNSMEN: row I C. Robbins, J. Dalton, C. LePine, D. Jewett, J. Vosskuhler, J. Lampner. row Il D. Feldman, R. Read, J. DuPuis, R. Simpson, R. Anderson, W. Meyer. row lll L. Houck, R. Sfutz, J. Reidy, A. Lamglois, B. Phelan. row IV A. Wallace, H. North, Prof. Herrick, J. Taylor, A, Leon, C. Hausenfleck. Not pictured: F. Aguilar, B. Anderson, E. Banks, W. Barrick, E. Bodlak, J. Booth, W. Franz, J. Huerta, R. Koller, R. Kicrig, G. Kilpatrick, C. Lombardo, M. Marsh, P. Marsh, W. Muller, R. Pieper, B. Roberts, B. Sanders, B. Smith, F. Thorne, B. Wallis, J. Wharton. TOWNSMEN As a social and service organiza- tion Townsmen proved a real asset to the U. of A. Campus. Provision of A-Day transportation or a helping hand to incoming students -- these Tucsonans could be relied upon to give service at any time. Their time out from so many activities often found them at the blood bank with donations. The Red Cross drive brought out their hilarious tally board for 'ilndependentsn such as Tappa Kegga Beer and Sigma Brew. DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS: row I R. Suckling, G, Matthews, J. Ryan, E. Hannigan, G. Deal. row Il H Rowland, J. Marcus, A. Violet, J. Van Deren, D. Byrd, C, Davis, R. Cioffi. row Ill R. Woodruff, R. McNerney D. Rose, H. Rees, A. Gegengeimer, P Biller. D. A. V. With an all-time high in mem- bership, D.A.V. can be com- mended for its outstanding work this year. Holly Rees and Pat Bil- ler brought notoriety to the chap-I ter through service in the state or- ganization as vice-president and secretary, respectively. Foremost among the D.A.V.'s accomplish- ments were their maintenance of a D.A.V. oliicer at the veterans' hospital and their assistance in placement of disabled veterans in gainful employment. Not to be forgotten was the effort expended to make the spring dance a success. P l V 1. -pw: The WRANGLERS: row I L. Johnson, P. Search, A. Mitchell, R. Austin- son, E. Romero, I. Brown, S. Casper, J. Bradley, L. Orr, S. Hightower, C. Smith. row II M. Simmons, M. Healy, J. Cooledge, A. Stites, E. C. Norman, G. Harris, H. Prevo, F. Seale, V. Wilhite, E. Campbell, S. Woodburn, N. Holt. row Ill G. Hammond, D. Gerrard, J. Cooledge, H. Mitchell, B. J. Huskison, P. Lawson, C. L. White, P. Malone, P. Pike, M. Lewis, P. Besich, M. Black, M. Coon. Active Wrangler Katie Pender assists a duo of perplexed Freshmen girls in solving a curriculum puzzle. WRANGLERS Credit in quantity goes to the WRAN- GLERS for making every new freshman girl feel at home on our campus. Tradi- tionally big sisters to the frosh, Wran- glers could also be found serving at the Dean of Women's tea and assisting at the prexy mixer and coed capers. Chosen in the spring by their hall head residents, Wranglers must have qualifications of good character, friendliness, and leader- ship. i i I .z-QS' ' - " 4. X tx, At the for end of a long hike, Ramblers pause for breath high on a ...-1 M RAMBLERS An incurable Wanderlust is the only prerequisite for membership in RAM- BLERS, Arizonals hiking club. Name it, and these shoe leather addicts have been thereg Mt. Lemmon, Miller Peak, Kent Springs, Window Rock- all unfolded their southwestern secrets to questful feet as Rambler hikes departed regularly each Sunday. The Rambler pin identifies those who have tramped on a required number of hikes. mountain top beside a fire lookout tower. Telescopes come in handy. The RAMBLERS: row I M. Levine, M. Smith, H. Millin, C. Leader Kvice pres.l, F. Sprowls, R. Catsiff, M. Taylor. row ll R. Read, C. Robbins, W. Meyer, J. Gibran, J. Reidy. row Ill J. Leader lpresl, B. Phelan, P. Orth, K. Dyer. Members of the Pan American League for this year were: row I C. Gan zalez, Cecilia Felix, A. Walker, T. Treio, M. Wheatonp row Il A. Coumi des, M. A. Aros, B. Garcia, C. Soto, D. Camarena, H. Millin, C. Escobar f row III Carlos Felix, G. Brown, P. Allen, R. Galbadon, A. Arens, R. Diaz. The Pan American League stages its annual Christmas Pinata party. PAN AMERICAN LEAGUE The noble purpose of fostering closer relations between the peoples of this country and its neigh- bors to the South is characteristic of the activities of the PAN AMERICAN LEAGUE. A study of Mexico and South America is undertaken, with special emphasis upon their relation to the United States. Festivals and parties are held, including the Christmas pinata party, in which the customs of its native countries are duplicated by members of the club. his M 3491, - -s. A 'Qs sk-.- SKI CLUB The impression that all Arizona is cactus country is not harbored by SKI CLUB snowbunnies. WVith Mt. Lem- m::n's trails and ski tow little more than an hour away, a strength of one hundred and fifty students rocketed the Club into one of the most active groups on campus. Classes on straw at the start of the year bore fruit when the white flakes fell on the mountain fand more than once on Tucson itselfj and the safety patrol went into ' action. .Lowell Thomas proffered them a cup for skiing enthusiasm, and the club-sponsored ski team represented Arizona at Utah, New Mexico and Flagstaff meets. Ski Club member, Harold Johnson, caught in action. Eager to take to their waxed runners are members of the Ski Club: row I A. Michelsen, M. A. Aros, R. Wirts, M. L. Aros, A, Hummel, J. Hayes, K. Sayers, K. Dennison, K. Johnstony row II M. Marston, L. Marston, D. Cooper, M. Earle, B. Gleming, T. Warfield, D. Granzow, J. Kendrick: row III M. Dencer, F. Randolph, B. Charles, N. Matz, C. Cryder, R. Snyder, A. Clark, G. Van Kirk, T. Parker, row IV S. Brown, G. Epstein, P. Lyddan, S. Weston, H. Johnson, S. Greenberg, J. A. Boskon, M. Yost, J. H. McBoinp row v H. Sweet, J. Leenhouts, A. Varley, H. Singer, C. Lombardo, J. Graf, J. Wood, J. Morrow, row VI R. Duerson, C. Straus. A closer look . Olson and Johnson entertain UA students. Fred Snyder, Chris Gillmore and Katie Pender are visible among the crowd at the weekly broadcast of "Matinee at the U of A." Opposite page The Board of Publica- tions manager, Prot. Douglas Martin, Wildcat advisor, Dori Phillips, Desert advisor, Katie Pender, Kitty Kat editor, Bumps Tribolet, graduate manager, standing Fritz Kessinger, Wildcat edif tor, Bob Hammond, Desert editor, Ollie Neibel, Wildcat business manager, Jack Lauver, Kitty Kat business man- ager, members of the Board not pic- tured are Jack McDutt, Desert busi- ness manager, and Merrill Windsor, student body president. ' These lassies are but a few of the hundreds "caught" by eager A club initiates. New on campus this year is the Student Af- filiate- of the American Chemistry Society, members pictured are row I R. Keller, R. Rogers, A. Lindberg, A. Fried, G. Welch, P. Winchell, A. Ledbetter, row ll W. Delvin, N. Raica, J. Detwiler, J. Scott, J. Coyne, J. Barnes, W. McKinney, R. Nance, row Ill J. Hess, R. Wilpitz, P. Koenig, P. Lindberg, G. Heuser, P. Patton, R. Miller, J. Ingham, A. J. 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'Y-1 kv Y? .rw 9 fz 15, ,r. . f I 63 48 WWOMQTEXEF 1 ., ' i wma Svaflfseiwfgiii i , , ,sptancl Thi AT I ,,... - , 513217-'f"'A . 5 1 T Rl it atm' W1 DC ff t.l,,,,. na -l" ,,i,,A W-"" Tor UN' j An-it 'YIil2i3H'i'f. -rw? Vet- ' ..,f,m- W, ,Mum-M ,. tv- awvfi ,- Fl 0, l ip- ff, as 0 fs "L ll u Collf' r I ,rurvll 'dw Y News writing class pecks furiously to meet that Thursday deadline. 'I . wmv A TisW"m:g.rk Mp 1 , pffwv--. ,,,,,..,f x V' s'-ws" X , QQUU' Bilingual itmlillu' ll, i" iii-A-ill1l""" A I 'll iinvl' in 5"""'i A 5 "ll ' on l n JM. ,. --f- '1.,.f-- r't'ff--.W-wr'-f 11,121.45-I ' D' ' ' f.?vr-Qrr' -1 we " ,avi . ul .. ' ,. " gmlmnvl . .:, , ' - 4' - ,. -f""'.. I lI, U. of A. Newspaper Fritz Kessingcrs job as editor of the Wildcat is just a stepping stone in his career in journal- isni. His plan of supervising sub-editors has resulted in rt punctual newspaper top rated among college papers, in particular for its il,- lustration content. Oliver Niebel as business manager kept the paper in smooth financial running order. His faculty for handling business matters elii- ciently provided the Wildcat staff with a good foundation upon which to builcl the paper. I rv X M bel0W V Editor? Fritz X4eSSmger'Maf109e" Abel? Neibel, Business om --1-fn. . ' -f L' ' 4-.Ji '-.3 Individual efforts are coordinated to ob- tain the finished copy for the Wildcatg copy desk works overtime. Members of the business staff are front Jean Ginsburg, Marion Ojcda Natalie Richardson Barbara Ballard Donna Gentry, back Sam Woodburn Dcn Goocler, Bill Rogers. Members of the editorial staff are front Margaret Windsor, Janice Falk Anna Louise Summers Helene Lewis back Bill Helfinstine Phil Waggener Adon Taft, Ray Wilson. ,xxx STAFF EDITOR ,,,,.s,,,., ,,,s.,,... ,,.,.,....,.....,,.....,,...Y F r itz Kessinger BUSINESS MANAGER ,.a,,,a, .. seva. Oliver I. Neibel, lr. EXECUTIVE EDITOR .... ,E ,,..,..,,..,,.,.. Helene Lewis MANAGING EDITOR ,,s,..a.a ,,.,.a . Phil Waggener NEWS EDITOR ,s,s,s.ssss.,,,..,,s,s.,,,.....s.,,I,..,,, Ray Wilson SOCIETY EDITORS..lanice Falk, Margaret Windsor SPORTS EDITOR . ,,,,,,,,,,s,,,,,,,,,,,,,v,.s,, Aclon C. Taft ADVERTISING MANAGER, ...,.. Donald M. Gooder CIRCULATION MANAGER ...,...,,w . e,., Tom Waddell Left Members of the circulation staff are Lee White, Marion Ojeda, Alice Condit, Ruth Johnson, Anne Johnson, Sue Goodson, Jerome Lawyer, Larry Proctor, Beverly Clark, Jean Parfett, Joan Siegle, Joy Schick, Jane Anderson. siifj Page 245 1,,,.e,,..f X' H. I-'ll' ff . N.: ' ,egg ig, fl vp STAFF ILDITOR .,.................,..... .... L .LLL .... L ,... .... ............ L ......... .............,,. B 0 b Hammond ASSOCIATE EDITORL .... .LL ,.,...,..., LL ..,.. LLL ....,., , ,,w. L ,..,,.,, .l..0rcna DcSanctis BUSINESS MANAGER ..,.... ,v.....,.. L .,...... .....,. . . LLL. ..,,.... Iack McDufl SECTION EDITORS: A111r1i11islrazi011, Carolyn Brady, Colleges, Betty Udell, Pat Buntong Asso- Cflllfll SIlldC'7lZ5, Lee Shellenbergerg Ol'g'iT1lfZIlli0IZS, Patty Pultz, Beverly Clark, Don Henrieg Houorm'ir:, Suann Waltong Religion: Groups, Shirley Watters, Womcvfs S 170115, Pat Kettering, Mary Lou Turnerg Adflllf Sporls, l-Iugh Keyes, Buddy Streets, flctivities, Ianet Edmondsg Pll171l.t'i7Ii0I15, Anna- lyn Thompsong Social Life, Mary K. Cristg Cnlmdnr' Ezfcvzis, Betty Io Cas- telan: Imlcx, Miriam Hamilton. AssisTANTs: Pat Sharpe, Elizabeth Williams, Candice Gardner, Alice Condit, Nancy Knight, Nancy McKesson .ART STAFF: E'1.lilor', Anna Louise Summers, Wildcats, Bob White, Houses, Russ Lyon, Ierry Coffey, Pins, Gerry Heltmang Letlcring, Doug Fulton SECRETARIAL STAFF: Pat Blanc, Betsy Bowen, Sheila Devine, Iackie Frederick, Harriet Frucht- man, Iane Glassberg, Ioan Glassberg, Pat Graham, Lee Haase, Martha Harris, Frances Klug, Ioan Lichtenstein, Iea MacNee, Beryl Martin, IoAnn McKinney, Wanda Olson, Marge Orris, Ioan Pellar, Ioan Penoyer, Edith Reinhard, Virginia Remy, Iudy Richerson, Barbara Shoup, Diane Sides, Ioan Tauber, Ann Walker, Coralee Wliite, Lucy Yantis, Iean Zern, Barbara Zollinger PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORLLLLL .L.LL .... L.....L..L ..... L...L...L.L.LiZ Whitncl OFFICE MANAGERLLL ,,..., L ,.....,,.,..., LL .... -L .... L..L-LL .....,....... .Iulia Money EDITORIAL ASSISTANTSLLLL .... LL..- ..,............ Nancy Iuliani, Kippi Fogli PI-IOTOGRAPHER, ,........,.,.. L ....,., L.L.L ..,...... L- ......... ....LL.L.L..Ken Sharp Page 246 The DESERT U. of A. Yearbook Bob Hainmond did a very successful job of editing the Forty Niner Desert and won the admiration olf all his staff by his pa- tience and enthusiasm, this he did in spite olf the handicap of taking over the reins in late summer rather than in the spring. Iack McDuH, mining major from Cortaro, Arizona, aided Bob in his task by guiding the business stall of the Desert. A combi- nation of an innate perserverance and a keen business mind fitted Iack well for his responsible job. a canon below HommOU ' nogef. Above Bciruiil Business MO lcd" Mc 'A-vu LORENA DeSANCTlS, Associate Editor. Her energetic support and attention To detail played a great part in the produc- 4 tion of the Forty Niner Desert. rx 'W' Photographic assistants to Ken Sharp: Tome Tyree as dark room technician, while Larry Ollason handles the camera. 1 J Wifi J 'i "izsfmf 'il li SECTION EDITORS AND ASSISTANTS: row I Nancy McKesson, Sue Walton, Nancy Julionig row II Batty Jo Castelan, Betty Udell, Annalyn Thompson, Carolyn Brady. Mary K. Crist. , .pn 'I we Ill The production of a successful yearbook rests upon a solid founda- tion, the advertising for the book, the presentation of the yearly Desert Dance and, at year's end, proper distribution ot the annual, dugg' .QM all fall to the business staff. Pictured above are Bill Over, Betty Jo I X ' Castelan and Carolyn Brady. Not pictured are staff members Irving Jennings and Jiggs Lent. '5i"?...4n 1.n:vm ,..-.,.nt.--a ADDITIONAL SECTION EDITORS AND ASSISTANTS: row I Alice Condit, Nancy Knight, Miriam Hamilton, Marion Oieda, row Il Candice Gardner, Beverly Clark, Janet Edmonds, Doreen Jackson, Patty Pultz. OFFICE STAFF: row I Jane Glassberg, Jean Zern, Lee White, Joan Penoyer, Harriet Fruchlman, Marge Orris, Joan Glassbergg row ll Betsy Bowan, Lee Haase, .loan Lichtenstein, Ann Walker, Frances Klug, Virginia Remy. JULIA MONEY, Office Manager, Her effi- ciency assured smooth functioning of the Desert's working parts. TYPING STAFF: row I Mary K. Fogli, Mary Hodges, Gladys Strechlow, Donna Smith, Grace Dennerlyg row ll Jerri Feidt, Anne Johnson, Ruthmary Wells, won respect for his assistance on the edi- A 55, The KITTY KAT U. of A. Humor and Literary Magazine Katie Pender, whose hard work resulted in Phi Kappa Phi and Phi Beta Kappa. had the dilhcult task of editing the new Kitty Kat-Lit combination and making it even more popular than before. lack Lauver, a psychology major from Tucson, successfully hlled the position of business manager of the Kitty Kat and STAFF EDITOR .,..,.. - .... - ....,..... - ,.,... i..-...- ...... ..., .. .Kathryn Pender ASSOCIATE EDITOR ............. - ..,.... r..... .. .Colin Edmonson EDITORIAL ASSI STANTS: Prose, Gerry Van Kirkg Poetry, Iames McNultyg Ferllrrrex, Margaret Riceg Humor, Nancy Lawson, Mike Pistorg Art, Gene Cunningham, Bob White: Exchmzge, Kathleen McNabb BUSINESS MANAGERD.-- ......,......,...,...,,,. - ......,..... .lack Lauver Publicity, Nancy Dcnnesg Ci1'cu1111io11, Roger Alisong 0076: Mmmgcr, Iacquic Boevcrsg PhOf0gl'lZfIhEI'.f, Pctc Howell, Gene Schaller ADVERTISING MANAGER. ,....... ......,..... Iod y Thompson ADVERTISING STAFF : Io Ann Kinnison, Gracie Appleyard, Ann Mills, Beverly Clark, Don Knotts, Bill Burns, Miliana Drachman, Prina Stanley, Pattie McIntosh, Barbara Ballard SECRETARIAL STAFF: A Head, Kathryn Iohnstong Linda Lambert, Yvonne Anderson, Rita Goldstein, Ioan Doughty, Barbara Schilt, Linda Brooks, Gretchen Lindenau, Carol Sherman, Iutly Walsh, Sue Hun- ger, Peggy Spencer, Gail Gilmore, Fran Bilderback, Wanda Olsen, Sue Gillespie, Marian Killian, Alice Tremblay, Eliza- beth Eicks, Elizabeth Iordan, Ioan Kendrick, Mary Krab- benhoeft, Ferol Deatlerick, Ieanette Gridley, Marilyn Chat- tin, Louise Hopkins, Pat Huddleston, Connie Stark, Carol Calvin, Martha Mclick, Rick Hess, Dolores Granzon, Eliza- beth Parrish, Lois Nutting, Ann Pennington torial staff. A i . Abrwe , A 1004 "iii I J , rv R ji,-Ea. LOUVSII der Ediwl' . Pen ' Q tie ooo Ko Business M Page 248 EDITORIAL STAFF: Jerri Von Kirk, Colin Mike Pistor, Jackie Boevers, Jim McNulty. Edmonson, Nancy Lawson Jack Lauver, Betty Boyne, Jody Thompson and Colin Edmonson, staff members, hard at worlf.. BUSINESS STAFF: row I Nancy Dennes, Jody Thompson, Kathryn Jonnsong row I4 Pete Howell, Roger Alison. ,-., "Wit sometimes scorchesg humor merely warms."-Voltalre Nile QF' FE!! , x lit ,J-:J a I Z. '33 f Q ,kt "F r Q, E. -,pn 1 ADVERTISING STAFF: row I Grace Appleyard, Ann Mills, Pete Howell, Nancy Dennes and Roy Alison reading o Kitty Kat Beverly Clark, Pattie Mclntoshj row ll Prina Stanley, Don hot off the press, and isit funny! Knotts, Barbara Bolla rd. Page 249 4m ., I S' ,.,-af Inspiring the Wildcat staff an to greater heights this year was DOUGLAS MARTIN, professor of journalism. He has had his hands full of the job of instructing, criticizing and praising his staff. Mr. Martin is an outstanding journalist in this country and won the Pulitzer Prize for reporting in l936. 4 if GUIDING HANDS Advisors are by no means to be construed as mere censors 5 their function is not only to furnish ed- itors With experience-tempered advice, but to offer them a somewhat broader outlook on precedent, policy and protocol. As major professor of journalism, Douglas Martin is in a position to actively as- sist in the production of the WILDCAT. The regular appearance of a mature, progressive newspa- per is attributive to Professor Martinis guidance and counsel. Don Phillips, position as head of the Press Bureau has fitted him ideally for his many years as DESERT advisor. A major part of his con-- tribution comes from his knowledge of the University, its functioning, and its statistics. "flea-. I DON PHILLIPS, Desert Advisor and President of the Student Board of Publications. His warm friendliness and interest in staff problems have always been a source of encouragement to staff members. ln the I4 years that he has worked with publications he has received many honors includ- ing the Helms Foundation Award for outstanding achievement in sports publicity in 1947. 'x s Page 250 ms ms ss mn nw ma mam M M M gd M H. mms B nw ws A-nf' ' nil A E . 2' . ' ,A Q 1, asm . - K a w H. 2 N3 xm S8 N E. , E E. M H my ss n .na E r H a V l MISS MARY MAE JOHNSON The Desert crowns C1 queen. Possessor of one of the most pleasing personalities on campus, Miss Mary Mae Iohnson won the title of Queen of Queens one exciting March evening this year. Yuma I-Iall's cnnclidute for the honor, Mary Mae is a senior in Home Economics who claims the wide open spaces of Texas as her origin. Blonde hair, blue eyes and Warm smile are but the burest starting point in a description of the girl We named Desert Queen. Blue Key and Bobcats, upper- classman honornries, chose the Eve lovely Hnalistsq the ultimate choice came from votes cast by those attending the Desert Dance. Page 252 iq Agfl' ,V '14- 5 Mxse. Sue SCUTQG' Pi B60 Pm Ucmdb ows to h Miss Ger 'V H phi' elf mo Oferes H Sl' COIN ely court 99' f""Fh' Miss Don 170 V Chi on C I , Q Gmego ov., , .. 5' Q .Ll,4 J :HTA J Q- ,g+f'71' -r15:'T 1 "" v" ,Mui --xx C. Miss BiHie Simons Ph-U0 Hou Maier- ..Mv Miss Chrus Gilmore MISS NGHCY Knlghf Gamma Phu Kappa Alpha Theta 'fkw fix l mil. Responsible for a pleasant and memorable Des- ert Dance was the planning committee composed of row I Helen Mittler, Marjorie Foerster, Carla DeVriesy row II Betty Jo Castelan, Kathleen Mc- Nabb, Betty Walker. . l tl l I l f i A balmy Arizona evening, smooth music and delightful company drove all thoughts but the ones at hand out of everyone's mind, the pur- pose of the Desert Dance was to publicize the yearbook - even that may have been accom- plished, but these couples wouldn't know. Billie Simons, Gerry l-leltman, Mary Mae John- son, Sue Saunders and Donna Van Cleve receive their silver Chokers from master of ceremonies Bobby Young. The queen's choker was inlaid with turquoise. Page 255 Freshman Queen candi- dates were: row l Betty Jacka, Binky Bates, Mar- cia Mae March, Sandra Stahl, Jeanne Goelitz, Judy Walsh, Jean Hay- man, row ll Beverly Clork, Marilyn Schneider, Betty Lutgerding, Harriet Fruchtman, Helen Baron, Jody Thompson, Diane Sides, Mary Anne Schmie- der. f 2 FRE SHMAN QUEEN 9060 j!l0llll950ll Reigning as Freshman Queen this year was lody Thompson, petite Kappa who held, in addition, thc position ol: treasurer to the Freshman class. Five finalists were chosen by popular vote of the frosh men, and another vote for the Queen herself was taken at the annual freshman dance. The other linalists were Sandy Stahl, Yuma Hall: ludy Walsh, Pi Phig Beverly Clark, Thetag and Harriet Fruchtman, A E Phi. Royalty starts her college years Page 256 I-IOIVIECCIVIIN G QUEEN Maury .xdnn We!! Kappa Alpha Theta's Mary Ann Neff, pert brunette from Albuquerque, New Mexico, reigned as 1949 Queen ol' l'l0ITlC- coming. Her main interests :ls ll sophomore lie in .Fine Arts, Orehesis anal in Bob Stubbs, the other hull' ol n famous campus couple. I-lcr court fp. 2301 included Guy Daniels, Chi Omcgng Ioan lrvine, Kappng Melbn Shelton, Delta Gztmxnzl, and Mary Lou Turner, clllllilliil Phi. ','e". z tu. . S 15" i' v . M A may ms wa sry. mans Maxx ,,,.,... wa -mm Us-F mar nv xr W mmm E um an was vamp-wx sum mwe- nwwmrm mnwmm Beauty graces the Alumni reunion Y 1- I, in , 'I -A ' FPL' l . . I Uv ' 4 Q , x 2, l Af' Ll. ls I, Q "M"-all 1 1 ,, fs. r 2 ' t -tx ' ri--1' ,V . '-A f '- 5' Fuji gf? L 2 ' ' X I ,W .YM 4 . 5 511-r V1 1 ' E .nlix - -f-.- I,-iun.,-Q -,' ou ,fag-.-EW a r 1 .., f..,, . A, -, . ...Y -'Q . 3 -is fit' , - , ,"1 " - M.-.3 . .,, .Q-gk.,-5 ,. nw fl 1. ,- r,.A-- ,- My Q: ' v -uk, . ,M , . . Page 257 E , le 'P"t.'17ffP??fff r' eine K. gi 3 it H? Comely candidates for Home- coming Queen were: row I Marion Atwood, Jane Rubel, Joan irvine, Dorothy Prince, Mary Ann Neff, row ll Mor- goret Block, June Ditzler, Evelyn Tully, Mary Lou Tur- ner, Melbo Shelton, row III Sondra Stahl, Joon Behr, Gay Daniels, Pauli Shelton, Reto Shupe. A ' . s -st S 7. Aus. . AGGIE QUEEN loaf Snim The Aggie Full licstivul is bone of the yez1r's biggest occasions for the Agriculture College :incl appropriately enough the time for crowning an Aggie Queen from among the campus beauties. This year it was Alpha Chi Omcgzfs Pail Smith, popu- lar junior in Liberal Arts from up Phoe- " ?pi'iFi2 Pat is flanked by her royal court, Shirley Talmage of Kappa Alpha Theta and Marilyn Gorman of Gamma Phi Beta. fllil-gif' -ll ' ' S iii." V ' , l heairts. .g ,.,'. 'S 5 ' A-152. . Q, ga i J "' 1 gif ,Li 5511 2 V ii , E 1 1 ii gf Eg ggi? ii 7 S7 5 w hi. g it ? me-5 i ,ig 5 s I , ii i is tg vww as 3 , i f , ., .4 ami ug, Q B- 1 8 Pt, Sy , - ' , , 4 1 , 5 fi gilt 5, l li' Emu, F f J Si, It ii .:f'. - . 2.f'.:ii' -'af 'N as-if - Page 258 These sixteen candidates made a choice by the farm boys a difficult one indeed: seated Roberta Officer, Shirley Talmage, Jackie Smith, Patty Shelton, Myra Bailey, Pat Smith, Joan Glassberg, Ann Storms, standing Margaret Gannon, Frances Schmidt, Barbara Martin, Georgia James, Barbara Stark, Diane Peltan, Marilyn Gorman, Ida Brown. nix way, who was most cur lo IXUTIL RCDDEO QUEEN Say? Wigdf A real true cowgirl, Sally Wright, Pi Phi, edged out the four other linnlists to be crowned queen of the ninth annual University of Arizona Rodeo at the dance held rodeo eve, Sully further proved her claim to the crown in the arena the next day fp. 2751, demonstrating her "know- l1ow" ol' western skills in several events. Rodeo queen candidates were: seated Kay Brandt, Kay Sayers, Madeline Mather, Mick- ey Markham, Alzora Benton, Diane Noonan, Barbara Martini standing Gerry Heltman, Enid Shanhouse, Jean Amalong, Margaret Baker, Barbara Young, Ellen Gibbon and Sally Wright. Page 259 The Queen's cowgirl court included Ellen Gibbon, Theta, Madeline Mather, Tri-Delt, Kay Sayers, Alpha Chi Omega, and Alzora Benton, Kappa. DELTA SIG DREAM GIRL Left JEAN LAUDERMILK, Chi Omega, Dream Girl of Delta Sigma Phig below Happy partygoers at the Dream Girl Formal. SIGMA NU QUEEN Left JOAN BROWN, Alpha Epsilon Phi, White Rose Queen of Sigma Nug below finalists Candice Gardner, Shirley Austin and Joan Brown. X, G jf lf. ATO DREAM GIRL Left ELLEN GROSS, Kappa Alpha Theta, Dream Girl of ATOQ below Finalists Evalyn Tully, Joan Tallett, Ellen Gross, Shirley Talmage and Peggy MacElroy, with their escorts. Page 260 l 5? C' SIGMA CHI SWEETHEART Right GEORGIA ELLSWORTH, Pi Beta Phi, Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, below ginlvalisftf Sally Wright, Alloy Horton, Georgia Ellsworth, Vada Smith and Doris c ae er. w.. . 'P ' -, w ll NS,-.i,.4 pf 'll':11'l I -:TT A f- .. , i2iE, T1'ff 455 ,21 ' iii 1 'r . iz. l ll' " l ' -, IL, N 2 is " H ' ' , RW, S iff K n N W , Q 1' Em x f I X I I, A ,fri J 1 i in PHI DELT DREAM GIRL Right PATTY PULTZ, Kappa Alpha Theta, Dream Girl of Phi Delta Theta, below finalists Vera Miller, Norma Bedilion, Patty Pultz, Liz Whitnel and Jacqui Boevers. ,,ooXf N COL. 5 , ogf f N ,J :lz .,. 4 69 it , ' ' QL if :- PI KAP DREAM GIRL Right MYRA BAILEY, Gamma Phi Beta, Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha, below finalists Rota Shupe, Myra Bailey and Ruth Johnson. fi' QI I' lfsi A Page 261 IVIORTAR BOARD FORMAL Welcoming Frankie Laine are Virginia Houghton and Marion Moore. Frankie Laine with a bit of swoon crooning. 'is Swv Bachelors Fil Luna, Ted Garrity, Jack Bryant, Ben Ormond and Bill Penn Campus couples again swarincd to the annual Mortar Board formal to see the crowning of l949's Most Eligible Bachelor and to listen to the vocal antics ol: Frankie Laine. Ted Garrity, Phi Psi, was chosen king of the bachelors by the campus cocds and was crowned with the traditional top har hy Ginny Houghton, Mortar Board president. The four dashing hnalists were Fil Luna, Bill Penn, lack 'Bryant and Ben Ormand. George Morency interviews Laine. Page 262 and myriad flings and things Pi Beta Phi Christmas Formal Sigma Alpha Epsilon Costume Party F1 nz, ,. ,vii 5 C . C Proxy Mixer Homecoming Dance ' Prexy Mixer Theta Christmas Formal Alpha Chi Omega Chrisfmas Formal A ll l '53 if l 'Q A ' 'R .. ,v- ' ti ' W ,A , X- . 1 i ,- j -f l f. . 1 1.,,,,s ' 4' M f' 7 ' "Hi" 5 Lrg l 5' -7? l ---fi i . il 5 ' --i . il I , ' C' ' f 1 -4 W., 4.11 ,T L- , grogsi .sliglrlu-3 1 1, vllf' " A - Maricopa Spring Formal enferlainrnenl Freshman Dance Mqricopq Spring Formal Page 263 Time to do some . . . f 4 , .JU I H ui. R'-1 if ' fr 'aw Gamma Phi Beta Christmas Formal Pi Kappa Alpha Christmas Formal l, 1 Alpha Phi Christmas Formal Alpha Phi Christmas Formal Pi Bela Phi Barn Dance Pifiata Parly Pima Hall Christmas Formal Chi Omega Christmas Formal Page 264 . . . stepping out Phratercs Informal Sigma Chi Sweetheart Dance Delta Chi Barn Dance Phi Deli' Pirate Dance v P Riva Y . ::,li:A-Iii- Sigma Alpha Epsilon Costume Party Sigma Chi Sweetheart Dance "Just happen to have a gallon of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Costume Party Q05 in my hgndbgg . , 3' Page 265 it .ff :ns 1 .wg Phi Delta Theta Pirate Dance Delta Chi Barn Dance F""""i iw i if if Q? Delta Gamma Christmas Dance Phi Delt Pirate Party Phi Delt Pirate Party gn. 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Te vi Qi 3 t ' 1 . at ' L O Qc Can life 5 3:03 C' v .: Parents wait fo register. Half-time awards by President McCormick. A tour of the campus for Mom and Dad I MOM AND DADS DAY does Mom and Dad's Day was looked forward to with great anticipation. Parents came from far and near to spend a Week-end with their sons and daughters enrolled in the University. Many things were scheduled for their entertain- ment and enjoymentg registration began the day, programs and plays were planned, a tour of the campus was taken, dinners and teas Were given, and open houses were held. The climax of the Week-end was the football game, at which time awards were made to the parents having most sons and daughters enrolled and the parents who had traveled the farthest. Page 270 , as H Q 19 fxnli ff" X9 are Q 'B g ' i .4-...LB if - ,-4 A i s fl l I' 1 -.,... ,. .. ,sie . . EK ii 31541 and the folks are feted gffs.T. members at 0 tea Maricopa Hall. given in honor of parents at Parents greet President McCormick at Maricopa reception Parents receive ribbons and programs for Mom and Dad's Day. RODEO TIME! , 1-, J.-113.72 J 'li a vit, f.. ...Af T ,e:2',i-2:4 1 ' -1 .a-115 sz, . .f Ve5s5.,Z:.1- ' 9 . 3333 ' ..-g:eF'!iQ,V.e2ux A -:af 112555. ...:: 1.-x U h Ink 4!Siiii!!!!. ":EiEE!!!!' -Y-" I ,J ,.- 'e '31 T. if X 7' ,ee ye s! so ' . U- f-ff' ',.,v...:.t ,S I 'Pt 'H 'H 'I ,X - f f l: , ':?'1..2-.efrgl 1 'L 1 .R .. - ""-pref? ' -5 4 Held at Otho Kinsley's ranch amidst an authentic western atmosphere, the ninth an- nual rodeo took place on March 13. Packed with chills, thrills and Wild and Wooly stock. it drew a record crowd, thus assuring itself repeat performances in years to come. Thanks go to rodeo boss lack Thompson and his com- mittee who worked so hard to bring success to the undertaking. tw:-. -4' ' 4 f,' it 1' 1 ,. fy 'v ,- , ,pw ., -sv 59'-:.' w .anee J, limi? s . 'Z 2 t X 1 1 ua 0 - X, .- 'i 5-' 61 . y ' 'K P 1 . , V' - . -.-.. . 4 . , ,- h, .V .. Rodeo boss Jock, Thompson The members of the rodeo committee were rodeo boss Jock Thompson, J. D. McCormick ond Joe Nesbitt. 1 Ya With cowhonds ond would-be cowhonds perched ' on every post cmd fence roil, the arena waits expectontly for the first rider to come out of the chute. Page 272 . brings out champion performers f, . 'X'g,,- f::l?l'iiIi'i5 - ff 1 1 ,J Q, J , -, K -rf-'el H 'I ni K' J r w Z6 'Viv A Y-.W ' , Q M9 me , ,vzsgxi a :Q fm. gelrlffll vflrfi. jf 5237525 ,JF f 3 224355 . N f K5 Dick Barney, champion cowboy, is congratulated by Joe Bob Prater gives the crowd a thrill, a la bronco. Gordon, Cleveland Indian ball player. Pretty Dusty Killian, champion cowgirl, in the saddle. .. aw. Gordon Cran receives a surprise, heads earthward. Page 273 A short ride, but o worm one. P I Coming out of the chute. Verne Iverson biting the dusty rodeo is o tough sport, sometimes. K? Carolyn Hyde is doing some fancy roping. some pull leather -or bite dust . .'! -P .9 37 -, 1 -WU A up ..f -' ., -- " -. .- 1" . , -. 4 ..s.' ,fr . 'il- Solly Wright cow milking - cmd thereby hangs o tale. Dick Burney, twenty-one year old sophomore from Benson, and lack Thompson, Rodeo Boss who comes from Prescott, won the most points, tying for the title of champion cowboy. Dusty Killian, co-ed from Szisnhe, took title of best all-around cowgirl. Some ol' thc prizes this year were donated hy the sororities and fraternities on campus. ,,,, , 1 5-. Y-,-. .. ,, jpg- , -:N .f,,,,. Q , -at : ings -3 ,gil 3 . .. , s , r ii, -5-1 :lg ' li,-iq!-li ,fm-i . ' 'E.f1:.:J::'g l ,,- 1 ,L I qt 'g 1 I' gm 11 sf, Eli . - . T, . 4 r-a l 1 ,gs ,ua , v -, Mm N-1 -:Erie BH " l. ' ' '-Ny.. .- xmx. .00 E 4-1,,3 MEET is Q, A. ' na' -4 ,, , is '- w 1 -. - .v A' 1 V 0 "5 .lmy ll 1 ll I don t think I like these goings Max Spillsbury finishes in record time - ond ci neat job it is, too. ..ctnd its all over 'til next time Dick Borney, Mr. Johnson, ond Jock Thompson. Waiting for the next event to begin. N rw: . ss MV, ,W .. awww... net. Watching the lost few minutes of the rodeo. When the last cayuse has buckecl and the last dogie has been tied, the sun is about to bow out for the day, and it comes time to hit the trail homewarcl. Next year, another show . . . more thrills, more spirit, more ofthe genuine Old West. And who knows . . . perhaps you'l1 Find it in the 1950 Desert. 'VVuy down deep, they're each as much rt part of that school called U. of A. as Old Main or the flagpole. But, for now, hasta la vista! . . . , ,W ,4,-,T,v.,,.,..7..,,, , 14: . vi we , ' 4..'e. 'ia 1, W Tired spectators ond performers start for home. Page 276 -4-A ,V A "A" club, Menis 1 Activities section Administration section Alumni office .,cc it Board of regents .....,, Dean of men Dean of Women c.c.c, Extension division c..., as cc.. 1 Oflicers of administration . President ,....i ., ,... ,,...... . Press bureau cti,.i. Radio bureau ,.,.. Vice-president ie., .1 Visual aids bureau Aggie house .,c.,... . ...,,.. Agriculture college ., Alpha Chi Omega .c.,cc , Alpha Epsilon Phi Alpha Phi .c... . .... .. ,...ti., ., Alpha Tau Omega .,acc 1. Arizona hall ..c.a. acaaa aaa.... Assembly committee ...,..,.,. Associated students tta,is Associated women students B Band .,ci , ........ . Baseball ,. ,t,t, Basketball ,t.,e.e... .. Board of control ,. as Board of publications .,i. 1 Board of regents ,,eec,,t Bookstore committee , . . Business college ecea. .. C Calendar events Homecoming ,.ci,i..c..a, 1 Mom and Dad's day ,.,c Rodeo ,,c, ,eee is Chi Omega .1 ,c,,,c.,.,. .,.... . . Cochise hall ...., . Co-ed capers .,.,.t. Co-ed formal ...... Colleges section .,,. . . D Dances c,,. t.,,.a,a,,.,., . Delta Chi ,ct... Delta Delta Delta 1. -1 so ecac 209 so a,cc, 229 WHERE TO FIND IT" Delta Gamma i,vi,, ,,c,. 9 4 Bobcats ..............c... Delta Sigma Phi .....t .ci,.c,.. 1 12 Chain Gang .c2..t....f... Desert ,,,,,,,,a,,,,,,, ,, .,.,.. 246 Delta Sigma Rho ..,..,.,.. 10 DAV ,cc.c . ., ,..,.. 239 Eng'ring and Mining Council 15 Drama ...,.... .. ,,..,. 235 FST ..,.,cc....,,.,.....,,,..cc,,c.. .1 11 Hammer and Coflin ,... ..c. 14 u E Home Economics club ....... 14 East stadium dorm c...... .......,. 1 48 LRE. --WM.-i,' --ig 16 Education college ..,,..... ..... 6 4 Kappa Beta Pi 13 Elections committee ........, ..... 2 3 Kappa Kappa Psi M --mb H N 10 Engineering college ......... .,,.. 6 6 Le Cade Frangais 17 Executive committees Mortar board -A-- 16 Assembly Committee """' ""' 2 2 National collegiate players 10 Board of control ,,......,.. ..,.. 2 1 , 17 Bookstore committee .- ..,.. 23 Panaafnerlczfm dub 'i2"2""' " 144 Elections committee .,..,, ., ..... 23 Pershing RIHCS' R'O'T'C' A 60 Fountain committee ,. ..... ... M., 23 Phi Alpha Delta ----------e 84 Publicity committee ..,. ..,.. 2 2 Phi Beta Kappa ........ 86 Social life committee .... ...,. 23 Phi Delta Kappa ........ .. 88 Student council -M .,,,,., ...., ,,,,, 2 0 Phi Delta Phi ..... 108 Traditions committee .......,.., 22 Phi Kappa Phi ........, - 153 Phi 'Lambda Theta .... ...... 22 F Phi Lambda Upsilon ..... .... 19 Fine arts college ........,.. ..... 6 8 Phi Mu Alpha ..,....,,.,s.,.... 24 Football s,,,,,,,,,,,,....,........ ....,.... 1 78 Pi Delta Epsilon .,..,.. Fountain committee ..c,,. ..... 23 Pi Delta Phi .......... Freshman class ,.-,.,,,.. 1. ,.... 26 Pi Mu Epsilon ....,..., - 233 Pi Omega Pi ,..,...i,r.,.. -,- 199 G Scabbard and Blade ...... Gamma BCIZI ........... ,......., 9 6 I Igfa ---- mv 21 ...,................ ......... 1 Delta ,,------ .......,................... B .V.V.-... Sophgg --.----u--m--,-----,---,-,---w--- - 11 Graduate college ......,.... ...,. 7 6 Spurs --M--,-,-.,---,,,--,------,-,...--Q-- 23 American Chemistry Society 62 H Tau Beta Pi ...,.c,,,.,.,.,.ss.,,..,. Halls -1-1-- ------------'-a----------f11------- ---------'s 1 4 7 Theta Tau ,.,.,i.,-,,,,,,,.- Home Economics, school of . ......,.,.. 60 University Players .ngg 267 I-Ionoraries and Professionals .,......... 159 Whols Who -------,-,-,gA,A 268 Aggie C1011 ------ 1 --fe-ee-------- - ----f------ 166 Womenis press club ..,,,,,, 270 Alpha Epsilon ,...... ...... . , ..,....,. 168 Zeta Phi Eta ,wqq-V---- 272 Alpha Epsilon Rho .. ,..,,..., 168 Hopi Lodge ----- 90 A119113 KHPPH Psi --ffe- -e---f--- 1 63 Housemothers ,s,.,s,,.,, , 154 Alpha Rho Tau .,...... ,.....,.. 1 69 25 Alpha Zeta ..,....,.... ......... 1 70 I 262 A.l.E.E. ....,........,,...... ,......,. 1 62 Inter-fraternity council ,,,,,,-,--,, - 59 A.l.M.E. ......... - .......... .....s... 167 Inter-fraternity pledge council , Anthropology club .....,... 161 Inter-hall council ,,.-,...-.,,,.,,, A.S.C.E. .,,...............,. ......... 1 60 Intramural sports ,..,,,,, 263 A.S.M.E. .............. - ..... --- ......... 169 Badminton .,.,..,, 110 Beta Gamma Sigma .,.... . .,........, 167 Basketball ...... 92 Blue Key ..................,....,. -.,- 33 Boxing ,,,.,,,. Page 277 Cross country ....,.. .,.,,,. Gymnastics ., Handball 1 ..,. 1 Softball ........ 11 Swimming ,...,a., Tennis 1 .......a,. 1 Track ,,a.,a...,,,..,.a Volleyball ,...,..... Wrestling .t.,,a..t. 1 Iunior class .,.. ..,a..,.,... ....... Officers ...., Honoraries .,,.,,.. K Kappa Alpha ,.........,.,.t. 1 ,a.a.. 1 Kappa Alpha Theta .,..,.. ,a.,a.. Kappa Kappa Gamma Kappa Sigma ..,,a.....a.,..,... ....,.. Kitty Kat 11 a,aa.aaa.., .... . 1 L Lambda Chi Alpha 1 ...... .,..... Lambda Delta Sigma, .,,...... ...,... Law college ,............... 11 .,,.. 11 Liberal arts college ....., ....,, 1 M Maricopa hall .a.aaaaa..aa.a..rr.,..a,.. :1 ........ta. Military science, school of .... 11 .........r 1 Mines college ,..,....,....,, .......... 1 ....., 1 O O11-campus section c,........ .cci... Orchestra .,...... 1 ,... ,...i..c..... ...i., 1 Organizations section See various organizations Outstanding woman athlete i.... ,,,cc P Pan-hellenic council ..,, 11 ...., 11 Papago lodge ,c,ccci.... Phi Delta Theta .....c...c. ...,. - Phi Gamma Delta -11 ..., ...... 1 P111 Kappa Psi ..,..cccc. 1. .,... 1- Plirateres ,..i.,cc,.cc.,.. 1. Pi Beta Phi cc.ic.,........ Pi Kappa Alpha ...,.,.c. ....... Pima hall .,cicc,a.. 11 Polo village ....... WHERE TO FIND 1T" 211 Publications ..... .,.,r 1 1 c,,.,., 11 215 Publicity committee 11 216 214 Q 211 Queens .ccaccccc ...i. 1 .... 1 1 ....r c... 1 1 213 Aggie cccfaaccaaacaaaaacc scai acccccccccccccacaiyc 1 213 Alpha Tau Omega dream girl. 212 Delta Sigma Phi dream girl 216 Desert ....,.c...,.c.,,c.. 11 .cacccccc,. Freshman ..,.c,,,,c,,.ccccacc..cccc,..... Homecoming .... 1 ,,..c.r 1 ..,.,..c ci,,.., 1 1 30 Phi Delta Theta dream girl 30 Pi Kappa Alpha dream girl 1111 31 Rodeo 11 ,i,,.,c.... .... ..,....... 1 Sigma Chi sweatheart 1 cccccc,cccc 1 Sigma Nu ,,ccc cccc 1 11 1 1 caaa 114 98 R 100 Radio bureau ,..c..c,,c,cc 116 Ramblers .,..i.,.,.... c.ic..... 248 Red Cross .c...c....,.........c...., 11 1 c,c., Religious groups c.c.c,...........,. cc.c.cc 1 1 Baptist student union .......,...,.. 1 113 Campbell club 11 c,,,.ccic 11 ,..,c 120 Canterbury club ,.,,ccc .,,,... 1 1 70 Epworth club c.c.i..........,..c.cc,.cccc 1 72 Hillel society ....c,.cc. cccci.ci. 1 1 ,.,. 1 1 Lutheran student association Newman club 11 11 1 150 Plymouth foundation 11 1 11 1 78 Student nazarenes .... 1 .1 ...,c., 1 1 74 Student religion council 1 1,11 1 Wesley group 1 11 1111 .11, 1 ...1 1 1 Westminster club 111, 1111 1 277 Rodeo 11c1111111...11......1.1.11 11 11 232 81 5 Senior Class 1,,. 1 1-11 218 Honoraries 111.,1..1 11 Seniors 11 11 1 ..11... 82 Sigma Aloha Epsilon 156 Sigma Chi 111. 111. 11111. 1 1 11.11.1 1 1 122 Sigma Gamma 1 11.1.. ..11.1 1 1 124 Sigma Nu 1....11..1 1111,1 1 1. 126 Ski Club 1 .11, 11111111111.11 1111 1111 104 Social Life section 1 1 1 102 Social Life committee 128 Sophomore class 1111 151 158 ' Honoraries 1.1...111.... 11111 Page 278 Officers 1111 1111 1.11 Officers 1111.1.1 1 .... 1 243 22 251 258 260 260 252 256 257 261 261 259 261 260 16 240 238 1711 175 174 175 174 173 173 174 173 173 172 175 173 272 32 32 33 35 130 132 134 136 241 251 23 28 28 29 Sports section 1 Baseball 1 Basketball 11 1 1 Football 11111 11 Golf 1111 1 Swimming Tennis 11 Track 111111 111111,1 1 11 Student body officers Student council 1111 111 Symphonic choir 1 11 T Tau Delta Phi 1 11111 1 Tennis 1 1.1.111.1 1 Theta Chi 11111 Townsmen 1111111111 11 Track .11.1111.11111111111111....1 Traditions committee W Whoas Who 1.....11.111111 Wildcat 1 1..11.. 1111111111 1 1 Women's sports CK 77 A club 1... Archery 1111111. Basketball 111111111 Bowling 11.1111 1 Desert mermaids Golf 11 1111 1 11111 Hockey 1111 1 Minor Sports 1111 Orchesis 111. .11111111 1 Outstanding woman athlete P.E. majors club P.E. Starl 111111111.111 Racquet club Softball 11111111.1111 Speedball 1.1111 Swimming 1 1111111 1 Tennis 111111 1111 1 1 Volleyball W.A.A. board Wranglers 11 11 Y Yavapai hall 1 1111 Yuma hall Z Zeta Beta Tau 111111 15. Hg' f,1.,.fg, . P !Qi'5f31L,' Win, , . ., D -.4 4. ' wx. w1a:'. ru - xg, - if Lfmz:W..:Q. Q Wx 88, -hu-H H: s, fy N: W 5135,-3. ...M- Q5' ' .5 L E ' juz lziv-V 1 . i!X'J'm V -H W? Q PM 'J 5 ' nfs, 1 U M ,Pr In-it .S 5. 5 - M1525 as S... wx "S+ f s' . .1 53155 WE QJ NNQQ . F aw -.... A , I mf ' ' o Q 6 e965 -.NNE f I I HTH M www, , . OPP CAMPUS INDEX Acme Printers ...... .. Adams Hotel .. ....,... Andy Anderson's ........ .. Arizona Food Products o,d,.... Arizona Flour Mills .,..d............... .- Arizona Ice and Cold Storage ..., Arizona Land Title and Trust ........ Arizona Trade Bindery 2 ...........,..,, Arizona Trust Company .... ,.., - ,i ......,... ,...,.r . Balfert Leon Wholesale Grocery .......,,..,. ,....e. Bar B Q Restaurant and Lambertis Tap Room ,... Beaudry Motor Company ........,.,...r..,r,.................... Blair's Bookshop ,,.r . .,r........r.. Bower Company, Incorporated .....,,rr, ........ , . Brand n Iron Drive Inn L.. ..., . ,...r,errr Broadway Village Drug ...., ...........e......r Broadway Village Market and Bakery , rr,,,..irr,... . Cele Peterson ....... . ,.... ...., . .,...,..... .....,.,......, ....... . Central Dryv-Inn .... ..ir.ur..,...,......, Chicken VV1th a View .....,...,,..r.......... ......r. City Laundry and Dry Cleaners .,r..r.. ........ Clay Lockett .....,..r...rir.,r.,......... .. .r.rr,, ., Co-op Fountain .rr.rri...r...ru.,.r . .rrr . Corbett Lumber Company . i....r, Damskey,s .,.,..,.. .,..... .....r.,.r.. . ........ D3H1Cl,S Iewelers ,,.,. z.. ....,r,.,,..,,............... ......., Dave Bloom and Sons, Incorporated Diamond s ..... . ir,,..,.,........,ri,,,. ..tr r.......,.... .... . - - - Drachman-Grant Realtors ,..,r i. Elite Ice Cream ........,,...,.,r... El Conquistador ,,ei,t.. El Tanque Bar ,.......e,.,.., First Federal Savings cc i.,r Fox-Tucson Theatre ,,.,i... Geronimo Hotel ,i..... ., 7 Goldwater s . .....i.... Golf Center ,..............er..,.... Gruenwald and Adams ........ I .......,.......,...... ..... . .- Gus Taylor's ..,r...,. ,.--..L.f ....,......... .,...,......e...e......f... . .- Hackett and Whiting Motor Company ..,........... Inspiration Consolidated Copper Company ,.,..,.. Irene Page .ie. ....,,,..... .... . . --.-. ............,,............ Iacome's Store -. ..,.. I. C. Penney ...., Ken Sharp 1 Korrick s .. ...r. ,- ,, K.T.U.C. .. ...,... .ree . Langer's Floral Shop .... -L Levy's ...,irii. ....., .... . ,.i.. - . ,. Page 280 Lewis Salon Shoes i.iiiiit, Litt's Drugstore M. M. Sundt ,i,.ii .... , ,,,,i.i .ii,,., . Magma Copper Company Market Spot ,,,.. c i.,.ii., Martin Drug Company ,, Mehagian's .iiiii ...i..,.. c ......i..,i . A Miami Copper Company ,.... Midway Drive-In Theatre ,.r,i, . i,,iii Mitchell Furniture Company Monte Vista Inn .,..... ,..., Nu-Way Cleaners .... O'Reilly Motor Company .,.,. , Paulos Restaurant eii. Peterson Brook Steiner and Wist ,...r Phelps Dodge ...,.,..ii.,i...i iiii,,... c 2 Pioneer Hotel -. Porters . ,i,,i,.i,,. Rainbo Bakers Rincon Market c .iii,ii.,e, , ,..,. ,ii...r,i . A 9 Ronstadts Hardware ...... . ..... ...... Roy Drachman Realty Company c ,.,, Santa Rita Indian Shop i....i . 1 Shamrock Dairy .ii.. .,... ,...,.,ii.... i . Shearman Furniture Company ,ii.ri Smithy's Penguin Puddle 1 Southern Arizona Bank and Trust Southwest Wlmolesale Grocers ..., i Southwestern Sash and Door .i.,. . Speedway Golf Range ...,, , ,..,, .. Steinfeld's Department Store 2 Thunderbird Shop .. ..., . .,,, . 1 . Tidmarsh Engineering Company .i.i.. Tom Inglis Flowers .. ..,... ....... . . B Tom Sawyer's ....,... ...,,.., . . Tucson Federal Savings and Loan i,i..,.. . . ,, Tucson Gas, Electric Light and Power i,,. .iir.ii.... Tucson Laundry and Dry Cleaners Tucson Newspapers . ...i. .... 1 i....,.... .. Tucson Photo Engravers ...... , ,... ..,. . . .... Tucson Rapid Transit Company 1 Tucson Title Insurance Company 2 ...,.,i . ....., . Unit Laundry - .........,....... University of Arizona Bookstore .,.. 7 .ii. University Barber Shop .,.. .....,.... University Drug Store .- .... 1 ,.., Valley National Bank ..,. ....... . . Westward Ho ...... ..... - White House Department Store 302 293 289 327 290 299 310 300 297 286 301 285 289 296 300 313 317 305 315 294 294 310 310 323 285 299 293 288 310 302 309 286 303 302 319 309 323 288 299 321 317 298 308 295 288 296 325 319 303 The smartest clothes for any occasion are found at Tucson's store of famous labels . . . LEVY'S Gilbe Page 281 rfa Cosulich, Fay Plunkett Maxine Kulinov h Diamonds . . . sterling silver pieces . crystal . . . flat silver . craftsmanship . . . ' confidence in the best when you buy at GRUNEWALD 81 ADAMS , is uw,-Q L x 2.0 ill The place to go . . . Coop fountain is located in Old Main. . , the best in food, drinks, and campus hospitality. COUP FOUNTAIN em. das' wa a sm H, an an , mn. ss wma H mm as ,WF-'ms' sm H H E H Bang SS H M ..,.,.,.::: K Kiw is M 1 zzz H E swans mmmwmg ss gms Bw x :H F E ws ws ,W w Bmw mm Reliability. . . service . . . quality prod ucts . . . in Tucson since l89O . . . CORBETTS LUMBER CO. The finest in wearing apparel and ac- cessories from a rendezvous of campus fashions . . . ANDY ANDERSONS LTD. For authentic lndian jewelry . . . beau tifully wrought by experienced crafts men . . . make your first stop . . . CLAY LOCKETTG i X all Particular men shop here for the finest in pipes, tobacco, and smoking acces- sories . . . DAMSKEY3 l I X' Barbara Ballard Friendly service ond fine home furnish- ings ore found ot W. R. SHEARMAN FURNITURE CO. Tucsonons rely on NuWoy for prompt, dependoble service NUWAY CLEANERS an 'Tiara' N 'Sw 'W la i . 5 l 1 i l l' I lvl .,,,,,N'. . ....,., R., ., E 'e- ' mf-'M . H: A . Meols re ored for 0 reciotion . . . low " ' I-:j-:gg-rw: ag2t'-'f:1'M-- 2 :-:f .. -" -- li --M in price . . . served in StYle . . . ,L l N . One of the University's most populor free time meeting ploces . . . the swim- ming pool ot EL CONQUISTADOR HOTEL LAMBERT'S ,Q -Tw, ,, ......,,, ..,. EGM.. . ,fi .ig U M5 B- 1 dip: ma,-Q .W-aw My K , ' ll SS HRH .B 1 B88 nl B- SSE ws Qwx as mam agua nga ss wa mag M Pi H388 WE H ' Q ' Page 285 Donna Von Cleve All coeds know where the finest in cloth ing ond occessories con be bought i GUS TAYLOIPS Quolity furniture for every type home . . . rnoke your selection ot the MITCHEUYS FURNITURE CO. J U -N 1 ' , ' sf 5 1 N- -Qs: 1 " ft m H nv' H - t 5 -A ,4- Fronk Pontono presents on outstonding ossortment of distinctive Indion jewelry for your opprovol . . . THE THUNDERBIRD SHOP P g 96 ' , .y .W 1 1 TITLE INSURANCE ESCROWS Arizona Land Title . and Trust Co. 47 N. Church St. Dial 2-33'I'I U. OF A. FRATERNITIES AND SORORI- TIES HAVE BEEN SATISFIED BY OUR SERV- ICE FOR MANY YEARS. Southwest Wholesale Grocers Your clothes are handled with the ut- most care . . . quickly. . . safely. . . at.. I TUcsoN LAUNDRY at DRY CLEANERS ff' For books dealing with current problems, arts, and philosophy, etc., you will find ARTHUR BLAIR'S BOOKSHOP THE PLACE TO G0 BLAIR'S BOOK SHOP MEET THE GANG . . . ENJOY COOL ATMOSPHERE . . . FRIENDLY SERVICE . . . EL TANQUE BAR Page 288 That well groomed look for any occasion shaves . . . haircuts . . . shines. . . UNIVERSITY BARBER SHOP was See "the most beauti- ful buy of all" . . . the lf?-49 Chevrolet at . . . O'RIELLY MOTOR CO. Bev Clark, Fred Sargent Page 289 Outstanding among builders in the South- west . . . construction work of durability and beauty . . . SUNDT Construction Co. .waazzizaiw .-f:::1 ::1'-:uh . Q-T' Set your dial at l4OO for the best in radio en- tertainment . . . KTUC . it f V Q 3 A. - -- 1 ,wgiiif . E1Tj'1f"ffll f . il ' Wikisqiwlx :- 5 " . E ' - K:.: -. rl 5 ,if , E . X L ' 5' "-. I ff- A s ir I I il it We deliver. . . fancy and staple groceries. . . garden fresh produce . . . frozen foods . . . top quality meats. . . THE MARKET SPOT Delicious food promptly served in our modern drive-in . . . T THE BRAND'N IRON One of the largest electroletic leaching processes in the world leaders in the copper industry . .faithful backers of ' the State of Arizona. IN SPIRATION CONSOLIDATED COPPER COMPANY lg 291 Heolthful recreotion . . . good sports- rnonship . . . on Tucson's finest bowling lones , 1' icpkis. hm., .. ' fr ' " I l - lllflllll ' x Y, fa: -. ill 1 ln i . ,., . 3- .A iv W Si3EEDWAY LANES Expert workmonslfiip . . . modern equip- ment . . . for pick up ond delivery . . . VARSITY LAUNDRY P Assure your fomily ond friends of cold drinks ot ony time with ice from HOME ICE CO. 5 A vackaged Krystal Clear fi-ig Ki CUBESM :Tu caumiu Ki -my we-' g 1 umm mmm The right drink for ony occosion . . .de- licious . . . refreshing . . . Go to the . .. CRYSTAL COCA-COLA BOTTLING C0. Myra Bailey, Sarah Seabury For quality apparel to suit the modern Shop at the "Gentlemen's Corner" tor budget SHOP of the smartest in men's clothing and ac- ' 1 , cessories . . . J' L' PENNEY S DAVE BLOOM 81 SUNS V Peggy Spencer To insure efficiency and courtesy . . . dependability is a by-word at l SOUTHERN ARIZONA BANK Expert handling of prescriptions . luliatlijmz AND TRUST CO- camera equipment . . . a complete line 38 N.Stone Ave ot cosmetics . . . T. ED LITT P5 93 I.--.4--in .. I Bringing you fine quolify groceries ond supplies . . . swiftly . . . courfeously . . . RINCON MARKET INSURANCE REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE RENTALS ESTATES ARIZONA TRUST CO. I36 N. Stone Ave. Diol 3-9461 READY-TO-GO- PICNICS SUNDAY NIGHT SNACKS CURB SERVICE CHICKEN - WITH - A - VIEW RANCH-STYLE CHICKEN DINNERS 4250 E. SPEEDWAY Tucson's most complete recreotion Cen Ter . . . for on evening of fun ond re Ioxofion visit . . . THE GOLF CENTER M 44.4. ...L ... . ,-.... -,... --A 'J-4 THAT ADDED TOUCH, VVITH FLOWERS Langers' Floral Shop 60 N. Stone Ave. Dial 2-4638 Your hordwore will do your home justice . . . you con depend on The goods from RONSTADTS PIONEERS IN GOOD MERCHANDISE HARDWARE ......,.. MACHINE f'ifA'3,Q,lf . A 'O 'Mg Lztg, E 5' 5:1- 1! , bi: V, f Q' . 35-1,--, 1 ' wr.-, . -N ' 4 . 1 V K GVSQREHABS SGNCHARQQS Books ond supplies . . . everything for school . . . UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE I5 713 . ,E 1 if M 0192- -1 " Q 'X' "'I5I':iE:LX-M.-. . "" "':' ' 'A V .31 .. '- 'v 2. ,.V, ' '- w' - Ep X-- 4 ...V ,rx ' . F 5 , ' ., my 'A ,- M, - Q fy i. if if fw 7, tg-im. ., N K i Q 4 , 4 nr ia, V R For the finest in cocktoiis ond food served in o congeniol atmosphere . . . dine ot PAULOS I .S-xg-ra.,--Slg Meet your friends ot the U. D. for thot between closses coke . . . UNIVERSITY DRUG CO. Page 296 ARIZO A ICE CO D CJRAGE .-l1I.L 4E2 I-loving o porfy? . . . Be o smorfy! . . . Use . . . cleor, pure, sporkling, city ice cubes. ARIZONA ICE and COLD STORAGE CG. See the Iofest movies from the comfort of your own cor . . . enjoy food from our Snack Bor . . . MIDWAY DRIVE-IN THEATER Mary Ann Nef The beauty of the 1949 Crysler can be seen in our snow roam . . . BEAUDRY Maron Co. V Sally Wrig h Original fashions designed for you . . . for daytime fun or after five wear . . CELE PETERSONS MECHA filjigafga W Q Q I 'L L: Dorcas Stephenson, Melba Shelto Professional prescription service . . . complete fountain . . .camera supplies. . .quality toiletries. Stores through- out the Tucson area, giving the dependable sort of serv- ice attributed especially to . . . MARTIN DRUG CO. P is 92' :VA , J 6 f W itll' , , s I 'Q-I " A ."' ' , e V -,i -, C- ' 'lillli dillln 1 R -eff' lll -mx PP W W Y . PM Jody Thompson Serving Ti,iC50n fgithfuliy , , , bringing Best in SClI'1ClWlCl'1eS Grid Cll'lr1kS . . . Stop daily the world's news, city happenings at Srnithy's after the show . . . TUCSON NEWSPAPERS, Inc. SMITHYWS PENGUIN PUDDLE Pg 299 Copper. . . from the smelter, to the home ground, to the mill, to the MIAMI COPPER COMPANY Yuma Stationers Peterson, Brooke, Steiner Yuma A Prescott I I P. B. S. W. Phoenix I I Howard 8. Stofft P B S W Tucson Saftord Page 300 ,, -L'- ' THE PHRASE ON EVERY T STUDENTS TONGUE . . T e E l l -E, - Q l l THE MONTE VISTA INN College students know of our fine hospitolity . . . they corne here to meet their friends . . . good food . . . good drinks '. . . Pg 301 .f- - w,-,-- - 1 iw?-' 4 an .xx " FOR CRlSPY'S POTATO CHIPS . . . FlNEST FOR THAT PICNIC OR PARTY . . . ARIZONA FOOD PRODUCTS Housing ceases to be a problem on a visit to Dracnman-Grant Realtors. The best in real estate and real estate investments DRACHMAN GRANT 28 N. Stone Ave. Dial 3-4781 , we-r 1.if.:4.:.:.:.:.f.e1.f.fs:e:s?9i2 " g N , 3E5533S5553555E125:E3E5E555E5:5SjI,I:1,,ZH if 5 'ii .fl nc-'-K-.-,-1:4-:-:-: -.-1 .- f.- . , '5?:Q1:2f:5:1 Q-Q.-. M. +'- ' Q:- 5 'f1.' 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CITY LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANERS in pc Q l 5 l 'ss Jane Lyons, Marilyn Cole Jane Lyons and Marilyn Cole, two out- ot-state students at the University, pause by the store's decorative mural before resuming their shopping . . . they place value in the reputation of Tucson's leading shopping center . . ,IACOMIEPS Page 305 The West's most Western Store . . . CGS ual clothes for every occasion . . . ln Tucson and Phoenix it's . . . PGRTEIPS l l it Chris Gillmor FoRAssURANCE or PERFoRMANCE look 'ro the fi rm whose record is estobl ished. Cover moker ond binder for the Forty Niner Desert. . .coterer to the Southwesfs needs in qualify binding. ARIZONA TRADE BINDERY Pg 306 Page 307 Fast delivery service and scientific methods assure our customers of safe and dependable service UNIT LAUNDRY R DRY CLEANERS X For the pleasure of the whole tamily ...the "steady" couple or the tired businessman this theater presents the best of Hollywood entertainment . . . 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Abegg, Lothaire ..,...,..,.., Abel, Arthur Reer ..,.... Abell, Carol ,....,,. ...,....., Abell, Norman ....,.,.....,., Ackerman, Warren ,.,.,,, Acosta, Jose ......,,.......,.. Acosta, Vincent .......... Adams, Jo Anne .,...,..,,., Adamson. Harold ,.,, Ahee, Sol ....................,... Akerman, Ann ......... Akins, Patsy .......... Alberts, Billy ......, Albertson, Roy .,....... STUDENT INDEX ...,,,..,120 ...175 161 ..,.,....124 1.184 163 .153, ....,.,.....l44 ............172 ,...........16l ....,......188 101 ..100. .,....,...219 223 123 Albro, Ames .....,...,....,.. ..,...... 1 36, Alcorn, Elizabeth ,..,.,.,,. ..,,....... 9 1, Alhadeff, Ray .,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,l,,,l,,,,A,,,,,,, Alison, Roger ,,.......,.,. ........ 1 24, 212 169 97 Allan, Cha rles, ...... Allen Barbara ......,. Allen: Clinton ,l....., Allen, Jack .........,. Allen, James .....,... Allen, Allin, Pat ....,..,,..,...... Thomas, ...,, ,. Alstatt, Leslie ...,....., Amalong, Ammons, -16311 .....,,... Ann .....,..,. Amster, Harry .....,.. Anders, William .,..,. Alilili ..,,...223 ...99, Anderson, Netty .,.,.,.. ,,..,... ,.,.,... Anderson, Gene ..,.......... ....,..., 1 16, Anderson, Martha ........, ........ 9 2, Anderson Anderson Anderson: Anderson, Anderson . Anderson, Oliver ..,. Patricia Rayman d ,.,,,,.,......,.. Robert .,..,,.... Thomas .,,..... .111, Yvonne ..,.,............. Butler, Donald ....... Andrews, Spencer ..........,........,.....,... Angel, Arlene .........,,, 104, 223, 225, Angermeyr, William ..................., Appelin, Carl. ,,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,i,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Appleman, Sidney ........ Appleyard, Gracie ......,,. Arana, Thomas ......,... Arch, Clifford ........... Arens, Albert .,.....i......... Arens, Henry .,.....,............. Armstrong, Charles ......... Armstrong, James .......,... ...97, .........160, Armstrong, Samuel. ...,.,....... .. Arnold. Barba ra ......,...........,..........,. Arnold, Elaine ..,,..,...,.,..,,.,,..,,..... Arnold, Jeanne ....,..., .,...,,,100, 225. 149 Arnold, John .,..,....,....., .,..,..,..,.. ,...., Arntzen, Edward ...,......,..,,.,..... Aros, Mary Alice .,.....,.,...,.. Aros, Mary Louise .,.....,, Arrington, Ann ...,...... Arvold, B. J ,........ Ash, Jo Ann ............. Ashley, Gardner ,,......,. 2108, 174, 241 .l74, 163, Atkins, Theodore ,,.,..,.,.,....,.,...... .,,... Boevers, Jacqueline ...,...... Atwood, Harry ,..,....,....,,,...,.,.,..,....,,.. Atwood. Marion ...,.,,.,... 92 164, 233 Augustine, Bill. .,,.,..,..,,.,,...,....,,,, 121, Aurell, Jacquelyn ............,,.,..,,..,,, Austin, Shirley ,,........ .... . .......,. 9 5 Austin, William ,....,.,.,,,.., ...,...,, Austinson, Ruthanne, ..,. .. Avery, Helen. ,.,.......,..... .. Avery, Priscilla ,..,...... Aviles, Henry E ...,.,... B v , 25 204 Babbitt, David .........,,..,,.. ,.,.,,.,.,,,. Babby, Mary Alice ....,..,..,,..,.,,.....,. Babby, Myron ..,,...,,....,... ......... 1 32, Badgley, Harry ...,...,.....,..,,,...,..... 110, Baifert, Janet .....,,.......,...,.....,....,,, 172, Bailey, Joe .........................................,, Bailey, Lowell C ..... 30, 31, 132, 199 Bailey, Bailey, Myraloy ............ 26, 97, Robert ............., 26, 124, Bailie, Theron .................,......,,..,.,...... Baird, Baker, Baker, Samuel ..,,,.......,.,..,.,,.,,... Dorothy ................................. Glenn .........,..........,.....,.,., Baker, Margarete .126, G .,.....,........,..... 223, 146, 202 205 165 139 249 ...119 284 166 108 123 241 167 205 259 168 136 108 ..,..84 160 245 173 175 161 132 131 226 232 167 165 219 174 164 241 163 173 140 173 ..30 270 230 149 109 247 241 103 219 199 169 124 165 7 H99 260 128 240 173 ...100 U23 123 233 184 111 174 112 201 259 202 162 162 ..99 127 259 Baker, Patt ......................... ...............,.. 9 1 Baker, Richard ............... ......... 1 24, 161 Baker, Robert ......... ........ 1 24, 165 Baldwin, P. W ......... ...,....., 1 26, 127 Bale, Richard ...,,...... ............ 1 60, 167 Ballard, Barbara ,.,..,.....,..., 103, 222, 230 Bang, Kathrine ...... Bannehr, Richard .....,.., Barber, G. Arthur ......... Barcelo, Richard ........ Barclay, Robert .......,,...... ......,. Bargmann, Judith .,..,,.. Bargmann, T. P ....,,,.. Barker, H144 Arth ur., .......... ........,.... ...,.69 ...108 109, 212 ...212 166 195 ..62 108 Barker, Robert .,,............,.........,...... 83 128 Barker, Rosemary .....,....,...,,......,. 92, 121 Barnett, Dorothy ...,........,..,.................... 91 Barney, Richard D...144, 166, 275 278 Barnum, Earl .......................................... 79 Baronat, Mercedes ................................ 91 Barr, Forrest ........,....... Ba rr, Richard .......... .........173 74 Barreca, Frank .................... 116, 163, 168 Barrios, Mike ..... ,..........,......... ,.......... , , ,155 Bartlett, James P ..,....., 30, 130, 131, 204 Bartow, Franchon ,...,..,,...,.,,,...,....,,... H103 Bassett, Harriet ....,..,.......... ,....... , ,..,..... 9 9 Bates, Al ...,.................... ........... 6 2, 123 Bates, Beverly .,.................,.,.,......,,....., 256 Bauer, August .............,,,,,,,....,..... 112, 113 Bauersfeld, Marjorie ...,...... 60, 100, 165 Baum, Jim ....,.................................,...,,,, 108 Bayne. Betty .................. 29, 103, 222, 249 Bays, Cleon .,,..,,..,.............,...,,.,.,,,...,,,,,,,, 91 Beach, Theodore .,.,...........,..........,.i...,. 170 Beal Dan, .....,. ,...,..,. . . Beaty, James ......... Beck, Russell ........, Beckmen, Paul ...,..,.. Bedell, Merle. .......... .. . ..... 123, ..,.....,162, Beclilion, Norma .........,.......... 97, 225, Beeman, Barbara ................ 103, 134, 131 16? 169 175 162 261 227 175 209 Behr, Joan ....,...,,.......,...................... 87, Bell, Louann .,........,.,...,...,............, 97, Belle, Gale ................,...,................. 204, Bell, Lawrence ......,,.... 67, 160, 162, Bellamak, Ferris ..,..,.....,............ 126, Beloat, Jim ..,....,................ ................,.. Bendick, Jeanne ,...., ,... Benham, Herb. ...........,.,. . Bennett, Margaret, ,... ..., Benson, Dolores .......... Benton, Alzora ..,...... Berg, Marjorie ......... ,.......31, ........60, ..,..,164, .,,......100, 165 127 144 91 206 165 173 259 162 173 167 173 144 230 170 240 222 170 169 Bergant, George .......... ...... . .67, Berger, Elaine ........, ....,............ 8 7 Bergman, Arthur ......,. , ..,,. 135, 232 Bergman, Iris ...,........,.,.... ...,.,..,, 1 04, Bergman, William .......,.. .,...,...,,..,..... Berry, Lawrence ........ ....... . 166, Berry, Mary ..,..............,.,................,....... Berry, Pat .......................,....,....,..., 103, Besich, Andrew, ......................... 160, Besich, Pauline..168, 170, 174, 223, Best, Sarah, ........................,...,...... 103, Bever, Robert .............,........ 144, 145, Bice, Vernon ........... ..... .......,............ Bickerstaff, James ........ .......... ,.... . . Bickley, Bill ..,.,.........,... .,,,,,,,, 1 80, Biesemeyer, Benno ........ Bigby, Charles .....,..,... Bigger, Paul ,.,,,...... .,.,... Biggs, Robert ,.................. Bilderback, Frances ......... Binford, Jeanne ,... i.... . .. Bingham, Marilyn .,....,.. Bingham, Norman ........, Birch, Howard .,...,.,....,... Birtcher, Norman .,......., ........98, , ..... 120, ,.,.....95, ......104, ,....,l31, 190 Bishop, Arline .,..........., Bivin, Bla ck, Bla ck, Blackl Blair, Blair, Blair, Blair, Blair, Blair, Blake, Blakel Jacqueline ..,,.,., John .............,. Margret ...,. .... edge, Cal ,...... Carl .........,... Jeanne ....... Lionel ........... Marilyn ....... Ralph ........... Tony ...............,. Elena .,.............. ...........88, .........103, ..169 184 ..160 .108 119 204 224 ....99 151 225 222 ............257 ........140 ......,.140 ...,88 ........160 .......88 y, Warren ....,..,..........,..,... ........ 1 46 Blakeslee, Mary ...,,,,, .....,. 2 2, 28, 29, 99 Blanc, Patricia .,....,., ., ..,..,.,..,..,,,....,,.. 103 Blazina, Neda ,....., ......,,,...,..,..,...,,..... 1 '74 Bleich, Steve ......................,...,.......,..,,... 139 Blevins, Leon ..,.,.,,,,,. 131, 194, 195, 196 Blessed, John .....,......,,.,.,,............... 30, 127 Bliss, Carol ........, ...,,....,.,.,........ 9 2, 121 Bliss. Robert ..............., ,...... 2 3, 116 Blum, Irving ....,..........,..,. ,...,..,... . 139 Blumenfeld, Gordon ..,.... ......... 1 61 Blyden, Janet ..,...,.,,........l,. ......,,,,. R 4 Bodeewes, Jack .........,.... . ............... 108 ,.,......24, 103, Bogle, Bogue, Bohn, Boice, Boice, Boice, 261, 246 Robert .,..... ......, Nancy ,... Louis .........,. Frank .,....... Peggy .......... Robert .......,. 29, ...170 145 .........1-14, 124 so, 99,-'219 125 ...........,.124, Boice, Sherry ............ ....,....., 2 9, 99, 225 Bolinger, John ..................,. 122, 123, 201 Bookman, Rand ..,....... ...,...... . 0.83, 112 Bopst, Jane ,,,., . ,.,. . .... .....,.......,....... 8 8 Boskon, John ,,.,...,.., .,,.,,.......,..... 2 41 Boukidis, Anne ........... .....,,... 2 19, Boulter, Howard ...,..., Bourroughs, Bob ....,... Bowen, Bill .......,..,..., Bowers. Sally ......... Boyd, Earlene ....... Boyer, H. D ................,. .....,,,,. 1 16 Boyer, Tom ........,.......,...... Bracken, Emma Joy ......... Bradley, Joyce .................... 223 115 .1235 .. .247 1,91 ...,.30 161 ...l 44 164 240 247 155 225 Brady, Carolyn ..,............,,.........,. 100 Brady, James ................,..,..,... Brady, Lester. ....,............................,,. .. Bragg. Jan .... 22, 23, 28, 29, 95, 219 Bragg, Pats, .,.............,............ . Brain, Devin ....................... Bramwell, Willis ........ Branch, Dave ..............., Brandon, John ............... Breandt, Katherine ....... Page 312 169 ......135, .1207 ..,111 .........259 Brashier, Frank .............. Brawley, Norman .......... .,.,.....135 ........19B Brazie, Thomas ......,....... ........,,., 1 75 Brearey, Margaret .,...... . ............,, 165 Brennan, William ,..,...... .................., 1 24 Brewer, William ...........,. .......,.. 1 08, 109 Briscoe, Mary Lou ........ .. ..........,.. 225 Brokaw, Brooks, Brooks, Brooks, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Barry, .,... .. James ..,,.,... John .,,.,....... Orlina .....,... Damon ,,...... , Donald ....... George ........ ..........l56, 124 198 136 97 166 .144, . .. .....,....... 134, Gordon V .....,. .,.... 1 29, 173, Ida. .......,...... 240, Joan Kay ....... ........ 8 6, 87, Jo Ann ........ Kennedys.. Lester .......... Peter ......,.... .,......90, 91, ..........127, Brown, Richard .,...... Brown, Brown, Sherburne ...,.......,., 29, 136, Brown, Browne, Gordon M ..................... 128, Brown, Bryant, John ....,... 33, , , ...,..,...115, 135 .........241 201 259 260 260 161 ..167 161 170 Robert ............ ......,..,.........,.. 1 08 241 William ..,,............,................... 127 129 Persls ........ , .,...............,,,.. ....... , 175 123 169 214 262 Bryce, Daniel ...,.....................,.,.............. 160 160 Bryce, Norman .....,.................,.,............ Bryce, Philip ..,,..........,.., 31, 132, 133, 163 123 Buchanan, John ...............................,,... Buchanan, Robert .....................,.......... 123 Buck, Douglas .... . .......,......,.................... 108 Budd, Murray ......,.,.. ....... 1 60, 163, 164 Budwig, Jerry .,......... .....,.....,.......... 2 05 Buehman, Fred ......,.. ..............,,... 1 62 Buell, Ralph ......,..,.. ....,......,.., . ...... 1 66 Bull, Herbert ,..... ...............,.,.. 111, 161 Bunce, William ............,,........ 79, 112, 175 Bunnell, Patricia ....................... 104,226 Bunton, Patricia .,...... 100, 221, 223, 224 Bunyard, Robert ............................,..... 165 Burcharn, Irmanea .... 23, 25, 28, 31 121, 162, 168 Burian, Joan ........,,., Burke, Patrick ...,,.... Burney, George ...,... Burns, William .......,. Burson, Marilyn ....... Burt, Jean ................... Burton, Glenn ........ Burton, Marion ..... Busby, John ......,.... Bush, Keith ............ Bush, Robert ........,.... ..,...... ...., .... , . Bustrin. James .................,..,..,,,,. ,,,,,.,, Butler, Janet ...,.,..... Butterbaugh, wiiiiihiiflflfllffififf Byerly, Colin ....,...,..........,. .....,,.,,.,. Byers, Charles ..........,...... Byrd, Donald ............,,.. C n 92, 169 .........,.,119 174 132 160, 162, aa, ,........2ov, Caflrey, Lorraine ......,,.. 29, 99, 222, ..91 150 ..164 ..173 164 ....62 ..173 ..153 146 174 2127 1108 119 239 270 206 Caldwell, Robert ..............,..,,...,....,...... Calvin, Carol .........,.,,................,....,... ...103 Calvin, Nancy ...,...,..,................,., .,,...... 1 03 Camarcna, Damaris, .,.......,..,....,...,...,. 241 Cameron, Wilmoth ............ 219, 220, 225 Campbell, Elna .........................,...,,,,,,,,, 240 Campbell, Richard ...................... 108, 163 Campbell, Robert ...................,........,,,, 136 Campion, John .................. 140, 163. 174 Cannon, Dorothy .................,.........,,..... 150 Cannon. Marilyn .... .... ....,....,.........,,. 1 2 0 Cantor, Lawrence .......... .......,.. , ,166 Caples, Virginia .... ....,. ................. 9 9 Cardon, Louis .......,... ....,.... 1 20, 172 Carey, Lee ...................,..., ...,.........,. 2 02 Carey, Paul .......,...,.....,........,...,...........,. 161 Carlisle, Mary Anne ........ , ...,..... 103, 225 Carlson, Charlene .......... Carlton, Frances ..,..... 150 Carmody, Joyce ......,... .........,.,,. 9 1, Carpenter, John ............,..............,...,.... 112 Carpenter, Richard ....,......,..,............... 124 Carpenter, Thomas .....,.... 124, 184, 212 Carrillo, Oscar .................... 111, 183, Carroll, Art ................ ....... l 31, 195, Carroll, John ....,......., ...................... Carroll, Paul ....,.......,.... ...,...,,, 1 36, Carruth, Douglas ........ Carson, Anita, ..,.,........ Carson, Charles ,..., ..... Carter. Haroldin ........ .....,.,.108, f ff 1621 ' Carter, Mary Lou ........ ......,.. Carter, Nancy Ann ..... ............... Casanova, Edward ...........,......,. Case, Travis ....,..,.................. 110, 111, Case. Bill ........... .....,.......... . 1136, 137, Casey, John ..................................,. 136, Castelan, Betty Jo ................ 29, 95, 247, 255 190 197 192 137 260 174 232 88 .,..,.....l73 ......,...163 192 163 153 225, Castro, Raul ...............,.......................... 166 Catalanotto, Rose .,.... 218, 219, 223, 226 Cate, Jack .............,........................,.,....... 127 Cathriner, William ................,........... 131 Catricala, Beatrice .,..............,......,..,. 104 Catsiff, Ruth ........................ 150, 173, 240 Caughlin, Elinor .,...... .........,,............ 9 7 Cayia, Jean .........,..... ............................ Chalmers, Stephen ............ 114, 115, 146, 162 ,....,23, 67, . 97 83, COMMUNITY CENTER BUILDING AT AJO, ARIZONA Completed in l948, this Building houses the Library, a spacious Auditorium with adjoining kitchen and a modern Theatre zqmefzficafd P America's progress as a nation parallels the prosperity ot American industry. From American industry 'comes a high percentage of the taxes, directly or indirectly, that operate our government, train its manpower, pay its obligations. It and when the concerns producing the services and products so essential to American standards of living cease to be prosperous, then you can forget all other ideas and plans men may devise for accumulating tuture financial security. For every job in America there must be 57,000 in cash invested by the American pub- lic in the securities of American industry. It the thinking of our nation decides to kill the goose that lays the golden eggs - then there will be no more eggs. The operation of the United States of America for peace and tor preparedness against war, every govenment commitment and expense, all of its obligations from the billions for the Marshall plan to the payment of the smallest savings bond, depends upon the prosperity of American industry and its ability to keep the government treasury sol- vent - national, state, county, district or city. The development ot America's resources, the advancement of America's educational program, the improvement ot American cul- ture goes in step with the growth of American industry. PHEER5 wilt!! 1305.5 .E '!.!'r.!'Cll.!i... TW 1 174 95 Chamberlain, Frederica STUDENT INDEX CONTINUED 95 'isa Chambers, Dale .......................... 162, Chapman, John ...........,....................... Charles. Robert .................. 206, 213, 241 Chastain, James ....,... 106, Chattin, Marilyn .......,..,. . 144, 145, .170 124, 208 ,269 .175 Cheneck, Joseph ....,.......,..,...,......,,... Cherney, Sheldon ........... Cherry, Joe ...,................. , ...... 33, 195, 197, 209 ..........143 131, Chiappetti, Lora ...,..,..... 29, 92, 121 Chidsey, Barbara ........... Chilikas, Lee . .................... Choudhri, Mohammad Chrisman, Leon ............... Christiansen, James ......, Christensen, Bernice .,... Christopher, Shirley .... Church, Douglas .............., Ciochetti, Thomas ...,......., 180, 227 ..........161 219 77 .,........146 ..........173 1 . 95 225 ..,.....,,112 146 131, .239 125 174 Cioiii, Robert .,.,........,. ...........,.......,. Ciruzzi, Vin. ...,......,.......,.,...... 22, 124, Clagett, Thomas ..,,..,,..........,.,,,.,. 172, Clark, Alice Beverly ..,.,... 245, 247, 2 6 Clark 5 Barbara ..,,.......... Clark: Charles ...,...,.. Clark, Dick , ,.......,. .. Clark Gordon .,,.....,... ....2s, 99, 225, ..........100 .........136 .........136 241 . 99 . 97 .132 .175 225 169 170 .132 Crandall, Glen .......... Creighton, Al ....,..,....., Crittenden, Vic ,.,,....,..,.,..,.....,..,... ...... Crirnmins Thomas... , ,,..,.,,. 279, Crist, Mary Kathryn ..,.....,... 92, , ..........118. 127, 173 Cristy, Janet .,..,...,,....,....,,,..., 22, 100, 221, 224, 225 Cronin, John ......,. ,.... .... ,............ Crooks, William ....... . ...... ,.,., .,,.,.. Crosby, Nancy ..,...,., ....,.,,,..,....... . .. Crouch, Cecil ......... Crowe, George ........, Crowley, Charles ........ Crowley, James ........ Crowley, Paul. .,., .. Crull, Marvin ,......., Crum, Hilliard .......... Cruse, Lawrence .......,. .....,..184, 204, ..........134, 119 ...162 ...l08 238 2-17 101 132 67 99 209 115 169 135 169 ..........195, 126 Cryder, Cylinda.: ..............,.,. 95, 161, Cryderman, William ...........,,.....,.,..,. Culbertson, David ......,.. Culhane, Frank ........,. Culley, Knox ..,......,....,r Cunningham, Earl ....,..... Cunningham, Gene ......,. Cusack, Phyllis .,.......,.. Cusick, Delores ..,...,..,,. Cutting, Malcolm .......,... Czajkowski, Henry ........ D .........12a, .........135, Clark, Elizabeth ,....... ..,. Clark, Frances ..,..., ..,.,...,...,,.,., Clark, William .....,. , ..,...,.,.......... . Clarke, Mary ..,.. .....,,,.,.....,,.....,.. Clawson, Lora ..,..,,..,. ......,. 1 20, 121, Clayton, M. M .........,.... ..,.......... 1 12, Cleland, Robert ,...,.,......,.....,.,.... 169, Clements, Boyd ...,.,,.........,........,...,... Clements, Wayne ..........,....,........ 161, 172 Clingingsmith, Bessalea ...........,........ 172 Clow, Robert ..,..,...,......,.............,... 74, 140 Cochran, Carol ...............,... ...,.... 9 2, 173 Cochran, Glenn .......... Cocks, Theodore .....,.. Coffman, Laura ..,.,.. .,......,,.,.............. 1 04 Coggin, Daphne ...,.,. ..,.,,.., 1 5, 151, 230 Cohan, John ........... ............. 1 39, 173 Cohee, William ......... ..........,......., 1 28 Cohen, Betty ....,..... .......... 8 6, 87 Cohen, Ira .....l............ .,....... 1 39, 162 Cohen, Lawrence ........ ............... 1 43 Cohill, John ........,...,,...,. . ..,... 132 207 Colborn, Rosemary .....,., ,....,...... 8 8 Cole, Marilyn. ..l,........,.... .,,..... 9 7, 152 Cole, Walton ................ .......,.,..,... 1 65 Collier, Joe. .......,.......,,,,..,. .,.....,.......,... 1 12 Collins, Rosemary .,....,., ,..,...,. 1 04, 227 Collins, Steve ...,...,...... .,...,..,.,..,. 1 31 Colman, Betty ,.....,,.. ........ 9 2, 121 Colter, Don ......,... ,...,..,.... 1 69 Colter, Jim ....,..........l. ..,...., 1 20 Colvin, John .................. ........ 1 44 Colwell, Talitha ........,,.,.. ,.,. ..., 1 6 4 Conaway, Thomas ,,,,.,,.,, ,,,.,,,.,.,.,.. 2 33 Concannon, James ........ ................... 1 92 Condict, Marchita ..,,,,.,.,.,,.,,,............. 99 Condit, Alice ........,...,.,,. .... . .r,.. 2 9, 90, 91, 173, 219, 245, 247 Condit, William ........ .......,.. 1 61, 173 Confer, Joseph ..........., ..........,..,. 7 9 Confer, Larry .................. ,,.....,,... 1 00 Conley, Mary Alice ......,., . .,...,., 174 Conover, Barbara ..,....... ...,...,..,. 1 03 Conrad, Ann ......,.,...,,.. .,,,.........,....,... 2 35 Conrad, Warren ..,..,. .. ,..,,..,,.,....., 158, 161 Converse, Arthur ....,....,,... 182, 189, 190 Cook, Harlin ......,.......,,,,.,,...,,....,,,,,,,,,,,, 162 Cook, J. Lee ........................,,..,...,,.,,,,,., 153 Cook, Patricia ................ 92, 161, 162, 168 Cook, Verne ......,..,,.................,.,,....,.,..... 235 Cooke, Shirley ....,........................,...,,,,, 175 Cooke, Stephen .....,..................,,....,.,,,,,. 175 Cooker, Donald .........................,,,...,.... 119 Cooledge, Jane ..........., 24, 148, 168, 240 Cooledge, June ........,........... 152, 163, 240 Coon. Kathryn .......................,.,............ 149 Coon, Marjorie ............ ..,,,...,......,,,. 2 40 Cooney, Richard ...,.,.. .,...,.. 1 73 Cooney, Robert ......... ..,.,...,.,. 1 24 Cooper, Donald ......... ,,,..,,..,...,, 2 41 Cooper, Madelon ....... . ,,,,.......,....,., 92 Coopwood, William ..,..., ,,........ 1 10, 212 Cope, Ross ..................... .......... 1 53, 235 Corder. Wayne ......,... ,,........ 1 61 204 Cordone, Adam ....... ,,.,..,.,.. Cordova, Valdemar ,,..,.., Coretz, Irving .............. Corrigan, Richard ....,,..., Cornstein. Peter .......... Cosper, John, ............ Cosper, Sarah ..................,,. Cosulich, Gilberta ....,, 232 ...166 ...l65 ...202 'fil2a'.'T T Cothken-. James .......... Cotton, Warren .,....... Coulson, John .....,..,.. 224 ...132 ...160 . 240 28, 29, 92 163 112 ......115 Coulson. Otis ................ ..... ....,,... 1 1 5 Coultard, Lois .,......,......... ................... 8 8 Coumides. Andrew ........ ......... 1 63, 241 Counes, James .....,..,.,,.,..... ............... 1 16 Countryman, Ronald ....... ............... 1 08 Cowan. Dorothy ...,......... ........ 8 1. 165 Cowgill, Annette ......... Coykendall. Ruth ........ .......22, 99 92 212 Cox., Kemble ............. ....... Cozart, Floyd ............. ........ 1 67 Cracchiolo, Rose ........ .. ....,.... 104 Craig, James .................... ...,........... 1 63 Cramsie, Mary Ellen ................ RQ Cran, Gordan ................... ......... 1 44, 275 197 127 241 131 163 169 123 79 22 88 88 174 127 239 91 111 257 100 160. 198 233 17'-1 169 91. 112 239 116 124 167 Dalton, Joe ...,......,,....,,,,,,,,.... 140, 205, Daniel, Margaret ........................... ....... Daniels, Don ............,......,........,..,,,,,,.,.., Daniels, Gay .................. 91, 225, 230, Danne, Carol ..................,.............,......,.. Darley, Harriet .,....... ..,....... 8 2, 99, 161, 163, 164 Darnall, Edgar .......... ....,...., 1 16, Daurlom, Philip ....... ,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, Daum, Mary ........,,. ,.,,,,,.,.,, Davey, George ....,.,,. .......... ..... Davie, Irene ....,...,., ,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Davis, Ben .,.......... ......... 3 1, 63, Davis, Clyde ...,............ ..........,........ Davis, Edward ................ .....,.,,,.,,,, Davis, James Harold ....... ..,..,.. Davis, James Luther ....... ............ Davis, John ..,.......... ,.....,..,. .,,,,..,,,,,,,, Davis, Joyce ........ .......... . .. ,..... 162, Davis, Robert ....... ....,.............. Davis, Stanley ....... .... . ...... . Davis, Virginia ......... Davidson, Jerri ...,........ Davison, Judson ...,...... Day, Ray .,....................... Deaderick, Ferol ......... Deal, George ...,,,.,..... DeLaski, Ed .................. Delgado, Rudy ..............,. DeLion, Luisa Ann .....,.. Delvin, Wayne ...,.,. ..... Deming, John .,.......... Demon, Helen .......,...... Dencer, Marjorie ....,,,. Denham. Melvin ....... Denis, Bud. ..... , ......... . Dennerly, Grace ......... .......180, 160 168 158 23 99 161 205 184 .......94, 95 Iffililifiiiiiil Dennes, Nancy ..... ........ , ..,..... 2 4, 100, Dennison, Katherine. Denny, Jere Robert .......,...... 74, 83, 119, 160, 167 Densmore, Helen ......,....,.. DeSanctis. Lorena ........., 98, 99. 168. 246 DeSanctis, Roman ............ 124, 125, 197, 212 Devine, Mildred .............. Devine, Sheha ................... 239 146 201 165 128 170 161 241 l2'l 131 247 249 241 118. , ................... 91 ,.20, 23, 25, ....,.28, 29, 31. 83, 1274 Dechtenmiller. Dolores ............ Diamond, Donald .....,.... Dickerson, Elmo ......, ..,.. Dickerson. John .......... Dickey, Elaine .......... Dickson. James ......... Diehl, H. A ............ Dilts. G .................. Dingle, John ........... Ditzler, June ......... .ll 46 .........166. ..........82, ..........172. ..........112, 140 162 175 169 257 111 161 17s 205 151 201 15 167 160 Dixon, Don ................, .....,...... Dixon, Keith A ........ ..........,........ Doak. Anne ........... .............,........ Dobson. F, Roy ........ ................ 1 53, Dodd, Ford ....... ..... .......... 3 1 , 148, Dodson, Jerry ....... ............ 1 17, Dollard, Dawn ....,...,,...,,,.. ..,.,..,........,., Dolph, W. E ,..........,....,,,.,.... ,,...... 7 1, Dominouez. lldefonso ..,..... ,.......,..... . Don, Mildred ........................,...... 219. Don, Nancy ..................... ...... ,....... Donahue, Hugh .......,.. Donahue, Hugh .... 225 240 166 166 111 136 161 Donovan, John ......... ,....,... 1 10, Dorman, David ......... ................,.. Donnan, Lucy. ......, ...,... 2 9, 95, Dorsk, Robert ...,....... .............. Doughty. Joan, ......... .... . .. .....,...,... 29, Dowdy, Mary ........................ 104, 223, Downes, Charles ........ Downey, Laura ........ ...........91, 139 97 226 175 173 88 Downey, D. P ............. ............... Downing, Diane .... ..... ........ 9 9 , 224 Downing, Stan ....,.... ............ 1 23 Doyle, Helen .......... ..... . .......... ....., 1 6 9 Doyle, Jeanne .................................... ...224 Drachman, Frank ................................ 131 Drachman. Miliana ............ 100, 221, 225 Drapela, Frank .......... .. 163 Drummond, Ken ............ Page 314 "" M"i"A206 DuBois, James ............ Dudley, Virginia ........ Duerr, V. Lynne ........................ Duerson, Francis ............... Duke, Don .................. Duncan, Clark .......... Dunlap, James. ........ ...,. . . Dunn, Mary.. ............. ..... . . .........239 91 .155, 161, ..,.......104 241 120, 121 123,201 f.fQlQQfi9a. 104, 219, Durazo, Lottie .......... ............. Dye, Edgar .............,...... Dyer, Mrs. H. L ...... . Dyer, Kenneth E ....... Dyer, Kenneth L,... .. Eakin, Charles .......... Eardley, Betty .......... ffiffiiinl ....83, 136, 212 226 116 170 95 240 209 Eai le Earley, Ebert, Eardley, John .......... ' ,M' ' 1 104, ilhccnt ........ ........ 2 32, 137 225 . ,....... .160 241 166 Wayne ........ ......, ........... . . . Richard ........ ................... 173 154 Eckert, Kenneth ..,..... .......,. Eckoli, Bob ......,. .,......... .................,. 1 2 4 Eckles, Robert ..,...... , ...,....,.... 131, 180 Edman, Victor. ....................................... 169 Edmonds, Janet .................. 103, 168, 247 Edmonson, Colin. .... .i..., ..,.,.......... 2 4 8, 249 Edmonson, Earloyde .......................... 79 Edmonson, Margie ..........,.......,........... 99 Edwards, Dale ..,.......... ,... .......... 2 0 1, 212 Edwards, James .....,. ......... 2 9, 124 Edwards, Max .........,.... ............ 1 67 Eicks, Elizabeth .......... ......... 9 7 Eisele, Patricia ........ .....,...... 1 01 Eisenman, Ben ........ ................ 1 73 Elgart, David ............ ........ 7 0, 166 Eliot, Elizabeth ........ ................... 9 7 Eller, Karl ......,........... .....,.... 1 24, 198 Ellingboe, Jules .......... ..,............, 1 62 Ellingboe, Mary ....... ..,.... 1 67, 168 Ellington, Farris .......... ......i............. 1 31 Elliott, Mary ............ ............... 9 2, 173 Ellis, Daniel ..... ...,. ..,.,.... 3 1 , 136, 137 Ellis, Jack .,....,........... ......,,....,.......... Ellis, Marcella .............. Ellsworth, Georgia ........ 102, 103, 261 Ellsworth, Robert .......... . 162 95 31, 103 Elson, Roy .............................................. Emerson, Jack ..........,................... 126, 124 127 Einrick, Elmer ............ '14-1, 145, 166, 170 Emriek, Fred ...................................,...... 123 Engle, John ......,.... ,.... . , .....,......,...,...... 136 Enke, Fred ................. ....... 2 02, 209 Enz, Richard ..............., ,........... 1 70 Epstein, Gilbert .......,..... ................ 2 41 Escher, Lee James ........ .,..,..... 1 23, 185 Escobar, Carlos ............... .......... 1 74, 241 Ethington, Calvin ...,..... ......,......,..... 1 72 Ettingter, Jack ...........,. .......,.. . ...139, 146 Buell, Selma .............. .i..................,.... 2 19 Evans, David ........................ 128, 129, 180 Evans, Jane Edgar ............. ...... . ..97, 173 Evans, Jane Ethel ..... ...... . . . ........ 99 Evans, John ....,......................,., .22, 23, 33, 34, 131, 209, 238 Evenchik. Harvey ...... 142 , 146, 173. 233 166 Everett, Leonard .....,.................. 132, Evjen, Harold ...... ,......................... 2 9, 211 Ewing, Robert ......,...... . .......,... 131 if' Fairbanks, Elizabeth. ....... 24, 25, 31, 92, 121, 25-1 Falk, Janice .....,,..,........ ...... S 17, 168, 245 Farmer, James ........ , ..... ........,. ..... 1 6 9 Federighi, Daisy ........ ................ 9 5 Fees, Nancy .............. .. ......,...... 175 Feiclt, Jerri ............,....,. ,....... 9 1, 247 Feldman, David .......... , ............ 239 Feldlnan, Etna ............... . ...,. .161 Feldman, Howard ...... .. Feldstcin, Milton ........ Felix, Armida .......... .,.,.....142 .........139 Felix Carlos ......... . .... , .. ...... 164 941 Felix, Cecilia ............ ........,... 2 41 Felix, William ......,....... ..... ........ . 111 Fenster, Kenneth .............. ........ 1 -12, 146 Fenton, Norman .........,,. .... , .....1G2, 161 Fentress, J. M ............ .. ..... 31, 148, 155 Ferguson, DcNclda Joyce .... ..,... .91 Ferguson Donald .,.,. ...., . . .... . . 1233 Ferguson, Patricia .................,.,. ..,...., 8 4 Ferguson, Raymona Kent .,.. ...... ....... 6 1 Ferguson William ............ .. ..,16l Ferrera, Robert ....................................,. 77 Fetterman, Vernon.. .. ... .. .,.......l28 Fiekett. Jane ........... 104, 167, 168, 219. 223, 226 Fickctt, Lloyd... . ,, .,... ..... , ... ..,.16f! Field, Nancy. ...... . Fields, Richard ........ Fiksdal, Mary.. ..... .. Filler, Charles .......,.. ,........230 ..,...,..131 .........104 .........12'i Finch, Dan ............ ...... .......... 1 2 3 Finch, William ........ ., ,............... 136 Finger, George ...... . ...,. 1.29, 83, 260 Finger, William ......... ......,.,........... 1 09 Fischman, Sandra ....... . .,.... .... . ..87 Fish, Richard. .... , ......................... 71, 167 Fishman, Bernard .......................... ..., 1 73 Fishman, Thelma .............. 104, 168, 173 Fitch, Lorraine ........ .. . ........ . .... . 1.99 Fitzsiinmons, James ...... .. .. . 1163, 174 Fleming, Betty .......................,.... . ..,... 241 Fletcher. Charles ....... .... ,....... . . . H124 Flick, Virginia .......... Flickinger, Chand1erM21,' 22 33, 83 132 1 Tucson's history is mirrored in the growth and development of one of Southern Arizono's old- est businesses brcn, oats, barley, seed, corn, poultry and livestock feed at AHIZIINA FLUUH MILLS Tucson - Phoenix 1-1M fi RFIIIIBUIH BIIHIIIG CUIIIPIIIW STUDE NT INDEX CONTINUED Floss, Alvin ................,......... 110, 111, 167 Foerster, Marjorie ....,... 30, 95, 219, 225, 255. 270 Fogli, Mary Kay ....,.. ..,,... 8 4, 150, 247 Fontaine, Lois ............. .....,,A..,,.....,.. 2 51 Fordan, Edward .....,...,.. ....... 1 60, 169 Fore, Wofford ..........,,.....,.. .............. 1 53 Foreman, Theodore ,....... . .,,,...... ..164 Fork, William ................ .....,.....,...., 1 27 Formo, Peter A..............,., ,...... 1 28, 161 Forquen, Robert .,,..,.... .....,....,. .... 7 1 Forsyth, Byron ,........ .. .,..,.....,.. 2 04 Foster, Mary ........... ........... ...... 9 2 Fotinos, Gus ......... ....... 1 98, 202 Fox, John ........... ....,.,. 1 24, 146 Frakes, Jack .....,... .,.,.... 1 24, 213 Fram, Alice ..,........., .,........ 1 65, 175 Frame, Gary ,.,..,.,..,...r. ......... 2 2, 79, 132 Francis, Gestord .......... ................. 1 36 Francis, Jack ..,,........,..... ,,.,,,.,......... .... 1 3 6 Frazier, Isabella ....i......1.............. 219. 220 Fredell, Ernestine ....,,......,,.. 91, 219, 225 Frederick, Jacqueline .................. 91, 173 Freeman, James ......,,,......,.. 141, 145. 204 French, Ellen ....,....,...............,..............1..- 97 French, Mathilde ....................,....... 32, 97 Frey, William ........................................ 167 Fridena, Thomas .....,.....,.. 20. 22, 31. 135 Friend, Betty ,,.,. 1 ,,...,. ,.................,.,........ 8 8 Fruchtman, Daniel .............,,............... 139 Fruchtman, Harriet ...,,.,..... 87, 247, 256 Fults, Rosana ..............,.., ......,..........-- - FLIITIBS, James, .......i.. ...,....-..-. - . G Gabaldon, Rodolfo ...................... 163, 241 Gaisford, Norman ..........,..............,..,... 132 Gannon, Margaret ........ 88, 219, 227, 259 Gant, Travis .A..............................,.-.----1--- 160 Ganz, Joan ..,............. ...................... 9 8. 99 Ganz, Sylvia ............ .... ...i. . . 24. 99 Garber, David ......... ..............-.- . .143 Garcia, Priscilla ,.,.,.,.. ..............,......,. .2 41 260 Gardner, Canice ......... ..1...i. 9 9, 247, Gardner, Charles ...i...... .......... ..i., . . Gardner, Del ........ ....... ..... . . .131 Gardner, John ....... Garing, Robert. ...... ..1...... .204 202 .136 .160 ...33 .136 162 262 .127 235 .132 ,162 169 .104 .139 166 ...92 111 .115 161 Garland, John ............. . .,..,... . Garretson, Henry ........ .............i.. Garrigus, Norman ........ ......... 6 7. Garrity, Edward ........ ........ 1 26. Garrity, Ted ..... ...... ................ Garst, Charles ,.,.... . .... ........ 1 62, Gatlin, Dana ..,............... ............. Gauldin, Clarence ........ ................ Gay, Ted ....,.................. ........ 1 60. Geis, Dorothy ................ ............,--. Gelbwaks, Gerald ........ .................... Genematas, Patricia ............ 84, 162, Gentry, Donna. .i........... .......l. .........- . Gentry, J. T ...i........,... i...... . 110, Georgelos, Bill ......, ....,........ Gerald, Rex .............,....... ........ 1 23, Gerrard, Dorothy .......... ............. Getty, Don .................. . ........ .. Geyer, Harry.. ............. .............. Giacoma, Mary. ............. ...----. 1 02. Gibbmgs, James .........................-.,....- Gibbings, Raymond .....A..................... ' .98 99 Gibbon Gibbon, Gibney, Gibson, Gibson, Gibson, Gilbert Elizabeth ...........,.., , , Ellen ............. ....... 9 9. 225. Louis ....... ....... 32, 132, James .,....... .................... Jean .................... ..................... Margaret .........................,....... Harold Morgan ...,,..... 140, Gillespie, .Daisy... .................... ...... . .240 .136 .123 103 .162 .136 225 259 167 ...79 .166 .160 141 ...92 .140 Gilley, Clifford ,... ,................................ Gillmore, Christine..,.32, 33, 34, 95, 163, 169, 219, 242, 254 Gilson, Dean .,...,......,. ......,.. .................. Gimbal, John .............,..........--.,--------1-- Ginsburg, Jean. .....,... 24, 25, 31, 86, Ginsburg, Myron .......................... ..... Gipe, David ................................. . ......... Gipe, J Gipe, Mary ........ Gipe, Wilbur ......... ........ 1 '72, Giragi, James ......... ............ Girard, Ed. .,.......... .....,.... 3 3. 97, .140 .213 173 .139 .173 .173 ,168 173 ...63 111 111 165 .240 173 259 247 ...87 .132 .100 144 .167 173 256 .139 .202 Girard, James ............ ......... 6 3, Giroux, Robert ,...........,. ...,.. . ..74, Girrard, Dorothy .......... . .................. . Glad, Elvira ................ .............. 1 04, Glassberg, Jane .......... ........ B 7. 247. Glassberg. Jean ,. ......... ..... .... ...- 8 7 . Glassberg. Shirley ...... ................ Glazier, William ......... ,..... ....--- Gleason, Jo Ann ......... .....,.......... Gleason, Frank .......... .......... 6 1, Glenn, Earl .....,......... ................ Glidewell, Joan .......... ...,....... 1 72. Goelitz, Joanne ......,... ........ 9 7, 225, Goldberg, Gerald .......... .. .............. .. Goldberg, William ...........,..i.............. Goldman, Roy .............,......................... Goldstein, Rita ........................ 29. Gonzales, Carmen ......... ...., ....... 87, 174 Goode, Robert .........,... ............... Gooder, Don ....,............... . .............. . Goodfarb, Stanley ..........,............. 79, Goodman, Leon ................,...,......, 139, Goodson, David ...............,................. . 224, Goodson, Sue ......, , ......., 91, 219, .173 173 241 .169 .127 173 208 .215 245 Gorman, Charles ......,.., Gorman, Marilyn .....,.. .. Goss, John .............,....,. Gotkin, Albert .........,.. Gotthelf, Barbara ......... Gouclding, Leston ........ Gowell, June, ............. . Grady, Buster ......... Grady, Mary ...... ,..,.. Graf, John ................... Grafe, Louise .....,......,.,... Graham, Patricia ...,.... Granzow, Dolores ......... Grassman, Sy ........... Gray, John ...... ......... Gray, Larry .......... .,......258, 259 ........123, 210 ....,...142, 143 ........26, 30 169 123 fffllfliiili. N165 241 ..........97, Gray, Lew .....,...... .,..............,.... Gray, Lurline .,....... .....................,,. Green, James ...........,...,,..,..., 23, Green, Paul, ..................,........................ Greenberg, Stanley ............ . ,...... 161, Greene, George E ..... 132, 133, Greene, Ronald ..,...,...................,........... 115 175 127 174 166 153, 162 205 241 195, 197 132 isa Greenfield, Richard ..........................,... Greer, Dick ...................... Greer, Milton ............. Gregg, J. Parker .....,.. Gregory, Fred ......... Gregory, Olline ..,....... Greylock, Richard ....... 204 ........203, 169 ........158, Gridley, Jeannette .......... ..............,, 9 7 Griffin, Jane ..,.......,..,....... .......... 1 74 Griffiths, Henry .,.........,,.......................,. 26 Griffiths, E. Katherine .............. 102, 103 Grinnell, William ..,......,...... 22, 132, 209 Grose, Virginia .... 20, 21, 33, 34, 99, 224 Groover, Sue, ,..... ................. 1 03, 222, 225 Gross, Dean .................. , ......................... 165 Gross, Ellen ............. ,......,............. 2 60 Gruener, Joan ......... ,........... 8 6 Grun, Oscar ............. .............. 2 12 Grundy, Don ...........,... Guilbert, Lionel ........ Guiney, Adelyn ....,.,.. Gunby, Mildred ........ Gundry, Joseph .......... Gutierrez, Manuel .,...... Gunther, D ..,............... Guthrie, Frank ........... Guthrie Robert ............,. Gwinnup, Eleanor ,.., II Haas, Mildred .............. Haase, Elona ........... Hacke, Robert .......,. Hadley, Ruth ........ . ...,....,......... 62 173 .........73, 174 ...,,....92, ........,.67, 162 198 .,.....134 108 132 .......100 .. ,..... 165, .......l61, 174 173 162 Haight, Jack .............,. .......... 1 28 Haines, Byron ................ ....... 1 75 Halderman, Richard ......,. .,......., 1 56 Hales, Joseph ...........,.... .......... 1 69 Hall, A1 ......,.........,...............,................... 108 Hall, Barbara ,..... . ....................... 88. 225 Hall, Charles E ........... 136, 180, 183, 191 Hall, Charles ...... ............................... 1 10 Hall, Claude ......... ........,........, 1 11, 211 Halls, James ........ ..........,... 1 61 Hall, Joan ............ . ......... .... I 03 Hall, Patricia ....... ........... 9 1, 95 Hall, Robert .,.........., ....... 1 60, 170 Haller, Carol ......... Hallett, Alfred ........... 169 Halley, Mildred .......... ........ 2 19, 220 Ham, George ........... ....... 1 23, 146 Hamburger, 'Sol ........ , .....,..,............ 139 Hamilton, Miriam ..............,.. 992168, 225,. 247 .25, 31, 98, Hamilton, Oliver .......... .................,... 1 66 Hammer, Albert ........................ 112, 113 Hammerstein, Ruth, ......,........ 33, 90, 91 Hammerstein. Robert ........................ 131 Hammond, Elinor Gene,...23, 150, 240 Hammond, Lois .................................... 161 Hammond, Robert M ..... 163, 174, 243, 246 Hancock, Harry ....,....... Haney, John ............ Hanley, Joyce ...........,. Hann, Claire .................. Hann Mar Louise 132, 162, 166 .144, 220 . y -------- Hannigan, Edward .......... . .... .. Hansen, Harriet ............ . 235 ..........239 121 ............92, Hansen, Jay .............. ........ 3 1 Hansen, Roy ................ Harbison, Betty .......... Hardy, James ........,. 108, 163 .127, 161 84, 85 ...74, 167 127 Hardy, Ted ................. .... .......... Harelson, Hugh ............ ..................... 1 31 Harless, W. H. II .................................. 120 Harmon, David ................................,..... 174 Harman. Hudson .........,...... 108 109, 170 Harp, Ed ....,...,.......... ........................ 1 27 Harper, Ruth ,....... ......... 224, 226, 227 Harris, Beverly ......... .....,.,..... ........... 1 6 6 Harris, Dave .............., ........., l 44, 166 Harris, Gloria ............ .............. 2 40 Harris, Martha ............ .. .....,........., 8-1 Harris, Roger .................... ................. 1 36 Hart, Beverly Paul ........, ........ 1 60, 162 Hart, Edward .................. Hart, James .....,........... Hart, John ....,.......... ....... Hartman, Shirley .....,., Harvey, Milt ............,. Harvey, Wesley ....,.......... Page 316 .108, 109 .......l11. 163 127 .....,.111 ...,...161 Hash, Virginia .,.,...... Haskell, Schuylei '... .... Haskin, Marylin ,... .... Hastings, John ..,.....,. ..............1ss ..........84, 225 ..............l24 Hatch, Ira Page .........,..... ........... 1 75 Hatch, Randal ...,.................. .......,. 7 9 Hatfield, Lundy, ..,.......,.......... ..... . .163 Hausenfieck. Charles... .,.....239 Hausmann, Mildred .......... Havey, John ................., ,. Hawkes, Ben ......... .. Hawkins, David ........ Hawkins, Ivan .....,,.,. ..,....168 .......174 . ..... 108 169 Hayes, Frank .......... .....,. 7 9, 108, l-Iayes, Judith ...,..... ............,. 1 00, 241 Hayes, Lewis .............. ........... 1 08, 109 Haymann, Jeans, ,... .... ...............,...... . . 26 Haymann, Joan ....... ..., ...,.... 2 6 . 240, 256 Haymore, Donna ............ 219 Haymore, Jacqueline .,......,..,.... 100, Haynes, Mary ................... .,...,..... . H167 Hays, John ..., ................ .,......... 1 3 1 Hazeltine, John ........ ,...... 1 11 Hazen, Ted ..,.,....... ..... ....... 1 4 4 Healy, Frank ......, ......... .... , . .166 Healy, Marquerite ......... .................. 2 40 Heap, Dora ..........,,....,,,,. ..............,. ..... 1 0 0 Heath, Helen .............. ........ 9 7, 168, 170 Heck, Bill ............ . , ......................,.... 146 Held, Milbert ................,.........,..... 83, 109 Held, William ..........,...........,.......,......... 108 Helfmstine, James Wm ........... 132, 163, 201, 245 Helm, Bill ,.....,.. ............... , .. Heltman, Geraldine ........ 253, 255, 259 .......104, 105, Hemperly, Hugh ...........,.,............ 128, 129 Henderson, Elma Mae Henderson, Joanne ........ Henderson, Larry .......,... ...........230 .,.....111 Hendricks, Wesley ...,.......,.........,........ 173 Henrie, Donald ...............,,..,...........,.... 132 Henson, Harry ...............,.... 185, 190, 216 Herman, Robert ........ ..... ,..... . ,,....,.... . . 132 Herrera, Reyes .......... .....,.............,. 1 53 Herreras, Edw .,,........... Herz, Hess, Louis Barton ......... Hess, Patricia Ann .......... Stephen ............,...... ,,,....161 .,...,.....143 . .......... 97, 174 Hess, Stephen ..........,.,.............,... 172, 175 Hessler, Shirley Louise ...................... 104 Heuser, Gwendolyn .........,., ,........ 8 4, 85 Howard, Dorothy ...................,..,..,........ 88 Heward, Orma .......,..,,.....................,..,.., 88 Heywood, Pearl .......... 120, 150, 165, 233 Hicks, Mary Louise. .,.....,.,............,.... 103 Hicks, Sally ........,...,..........,.................... 233 Hiester, Patricia Marie ................,..... 95 Higgins, Donald ....................,..... 136, 137 High, Lucille ..............,.....,... Hightower, Shirley ....,..,. Hill Hill, Hill, Hill Hill , Lois ............................. Hill, ' ' , Barbara ................ .,..,...,..,..,... Ben .......,............ . ............ .. ...,.. . .... 97 131 Ernest ..,.... ....... 6 6, 162, 174 , John ..,,.... .... ........,..,.,....... 1 6 7 William ,...... ...........,,...................... 1 63 153 Hilliard, Carl Eugene .,............ 115, Hiller, Marcia ..,,................ ........,.,,.,.. 9 5 Hilton, Kent ...,......,..,.,....,.. .................. 1 20 Hilton, Joseph ...............,.,..,..,.............. 127 Himebaugh, Arthur ............ 74, 165, 167 Hines, Mary ..,.,. . ........, 219, 220, 224, 225 Hing, Ally ....... , .... ................ ....... .........,... 1 5 3 Hinton, Forrest ......,................., ........ . ,.140 ' 175 Hmwood, Robert ........................ ........ I-Iiople, Joseph ................ 20, 21, 33, 204, 205, 234 Hirsh, Sidney .......... ......... 1 46, 173, 233 Hirsch, Sylvia ..,...... 112 Hirst, Frank ....,...,.. ..................... Hiser, Donald ...,........................,......,.... 161 Hiser, Leland ,.... ,. .......... , .............. 160, 167 Hitchcock, Clayborn ...., ...111, 204, 213 Hoag, Hal ...,..... . ...,................,.........,....... 185 Hobart, M ..,................... ...,................. 2 27 Hobbs, Charles .......... ............,...,......., 1 62 Hobbs, John ...,........ ......... 1 31, 181, 185 Hobbs, Kathryn ........ ...................... .99 Hock, John ...,.,....... ................,.... 1 31 Hock, Richard .........,. .............. 1 118, 157 Hockings, Jim ..............,... ......,.... ........, 1 1 2 Hockings, John .................... 112, 232, 233 Hodges, Frederick .............. 124, 185, Hodges, Mary ............. . ..,...,......... 99, Hodgson, Dale .......... Hoffman, David ........ Hoffman, Helen ....,..... 187 247 162 104 116 Hoffman, James ........... Hofstetter, Amelia ......... 1:11.65 Hogan, John ..................... .......,.., 1 36 Hoge, Stephen ..........................,........... 175 Holaway, Betty Helen ............ 219, 226 Holbrook, Elizabeth ,..... .... 1 00, 221, 224 Holbrook, John ,....... ..................,........... 7 2 Holcomb, Phyllis ......... .........,.......,..... 9 1 Holden. Wesley ........ ....... 1 20 Holder, Frank ........,...... Holderness, Bob ......... Holladay, Beth ...,...... Holland, Roy .......... Hollow, Dolores ...,..,. Holmes, Bob ......,... Holmes, Jim ..........,. Holmouist, Jim .......... Holt, Donald ............ .......127 ....,..140 .......120 ...,...l69 .......174 , ..,... 111 .,.....l23 -..112 .......2a, 128 . I Western hospitality . . . thot's the Pioneer, of course . . . a favorite with students and towns- people alike . . . it's always fun to go to the Pioneer for nice atmosphere and good food. PIONEER HOTEL Stone and Pennington ELITE ICE CREAM CO. Phone 3-7031 430 N. Stone Ave. I I I Q, A M f Q if , V me '- E .nw Q I H 9? I X1 .fm . -4, is af RIDE TRT BUSES Page 317 FOR SAFETY, CONVENIENCE, ECONOMY TUCSON RAPID TRANSIT CO. 3 'I5 S. Plumer Phone 2-4668 STUDENT INDEX CONTINUED Larson, Barbara ..........,......,. .,... Holt, Norma ..,.............. ..,. ,.,, 2 4 , 168, 240 Holtzman, Alex ......... ....,,...... 4 ....A.,.... 1 39 Hon, John .............,... ..,..........,...,...,...., 1 32 Honea, Robert ......... ,......., l 73, 195, 197 Hood, Thomas .,,,,.. ,,,..,,..,,,,, .,A.A.,,,A 1 4 6 Hopkins, Vera ...., ,...... ,,,,.....,.., S J 7, 159 Hopper, Lila Fae .,,....... ,.....,. ....,.. 9 1 Horn, Frederica ......,.. .....,,.., 1 00 Horne, Jim ..,.....,...... ,,,,,,,,,, 2 O2 Horowitz, Paul .....,...., ,......... 1 39 Horr, Marvin Ray ,..,,,.. .,......,.,,...,, 1 65 Horst, Betty .................,,i ....,.. 2 32, 233 Horton, Alby ....,........,.r,rr., .,,...,.. 9 9, 261 Hotchkiss, Herbert ...,.,,,...,........ 169, 211 Houck, Laurie ......,.....,...,....,,,..,.....,..... 239 Hough, Ann ........,.,................. 92, 232, 233 Houghton, Virginia .,.....,..,..,,, 33, 34 82, 92, 121, 262 Houle, Alan .......,1....,.,,....,.....,...,..,,..,,..,. 115 Householder, Robert .,...... 136,, 201, 204 Houston, Carol ....,..........,.,..,........, 29, 103 Howard, Beverly. .,,......,... 104, 173, 225 Howard, James ,.......,., .,,,...,..,.......,.,.... 2 12 Howard, Lawrence ..,.... ,.,. 1 11, 185, 209 Howard. Patricia .,..,,...,.,,...........,,....,,..., 84 Howard, Victor, ,..,.... ............,.., ,.,..,, 1 2 8 Howell, George .....,..,.........,.,.....,.. , ..,. 155 Howell, Jack ........ .... ..,,..... . . .195, 196, 204 Howell, Peter ..........,...........,,,,.,....,,,r,,,, 249 Howell, Robert .,,...,.., 1.23, 33, 132, 146 Hubener, Marshall ,,,.., ,................, .,,, 1 2 0 Hudack, David ....,............. ........,,....... 1 56 Huddleston, Patricia .,..,.,.. ,,....... ...,.. 9 7 Hudson. James ,,.,,..,.......... ...,,,,.,,,,,...... 6 3 Huebert, William ,.,,,...,. ,..,... 1 36, 146 Hughes, Anne .......,..... ............... 8 4 Hughes. Arthur ..,,..,.. ., ,,.,.,, 169 Hughes, Barbara ,...,, ....... 2 9 88 Hughes, Joe ,,.,....,...,..,........,,.,,......,.,....., 174 Hughes, Mildred ..............,......,.. 219, 220 Hughes, Nancy Kinney, .,.,....,.. 22, 100, 219, 221, 222, 225 Hughes, Robert ,.....,..,.......... ,...,,..,,.. ..., 1 6 5 Hulse, Virginia ..,.........,,........,....,.,,.....,, 152 Hummel, Anne Louise .,......., 84, 85, 241 Hunger, Suzanne ...,,,..,... ...,.,.,..,,..,....,,,, 9 7 Hunsaker, Barry .....,.... ..,.,..........,. 1 69 Hunsaker, Don ..,.,., ,,,,....., 1 85 Hunt, Lynn ..........,.. ....,r,... 1 44 Hurd, Philip ......,,..,.. .......... 1 61 Hurley, Elizabeth ..,..... ,,.,.,,,, 7 7 Hurt, Elizabeth ...,... ,, ............ . .,...,...,. .174 Huss, Charlotte ........,.,..,,,,,,......,.,...,.... Hussey, Peter Archibald .,.........,.... 104 161 Hutchinson, Lee ............ 22, 83, 140, 141 Hyde, Carolyn ......,..,.,...,..,,........,. 103, 276 I Ijams, Carl ..........r.r.r r,,,.,,..r 1 65 Ingham, F. H .............. .....,.... 1 69 Ingham, John ................ ...,....., 1 64 Ingham, Margaret .....,.. .,,..,.,,... 9 1 Ingram, Gerald ......... .......,,,.,, 1 69 Ingram, Robert ...,,.. ..,.,,.,... 1 32, 208 Ingram, Hale ,.......,. .,.........,, ,...,...,. 2 1 5 Irvine, Joan ,....,,....., , ,,..,.... 100, 230, 257 Irvine, William ........ ....,,.,.....,.,...,,,. 1 28 Irwin, Charlotte ......,.. ....,.,......,...,,,,.,, 1 75 Isaacs, Leslie ,.,.,,...,.,.... ..,.,.. 6 6, 164, 233 Isaacson, Charles .,..... 170 Ivans, Leonard ..,.,., Ivenz, Frank .....,.... Iverson, Verne ..,., ,.,,.. J Jacks, Elizabeth, .,,.... . ,,,,,,,138. ....,..104, 174 276 256 Jackson, Doreen ,...,,, ......., 8 7, 247 Jackson, Keith ,,.......,.., .,... ,,,,,........,... . , .116 Jackson, Lewis ....,...,......,...,.,,,.,,..., .,..,, 1 32 Jackson, Patsy Lou....99, 219, 224, 226 Jacobs, Anthony ...............,......,, 146, 202 Jacobsen, John ...,.,....,.,...,.....,..... 167, 215 Jacobus, Joan .......,..,.. ...,........... 9 7 Jaeschke, Brucea. ,..... .,..,...., 1 60 Jaffe, Lila ................. .......,......, 8 7 Jakle, Bill ......,.......... .........,.,,..,, 1 31 Jakle, Patricia ..,...... . ,....... 97, 226 James, Cecil .......,... .,...,.,..,,..... 1 08 James, Georgia ....... ......... 9 1, 259 James, Hubert ....,.. .........,,.. 1 64 Jeffrey, Robert ....... .......,,.... 1 16 Jenkins, Elsa .....,....,.. .....,.,.,......, 1 63 Jenkins, Virginia ........,. ....... 1 03, 222 Jenney, Lloyd ............, ..,...,,. , ...202 Jenney, Patricia ,.,.. . ...,,.. 98 99 Jennings, Rick .,...... .,,.... 1 32, 146 Jenson, Frank ....,..,,. ....,............ 2 08 Jepsen, Tom ...,..,,.,..,......, ........ 1 44, 166 Jesperson, Norval ..... ,....... ......,. 1 2 0, 172 Jesperson, William ...,...... ..,..., 1 36, 166 Jeter, Jack .................,..., ,.... . ,..,...,... 1 75 Jett, John ...,.....,.........,. ...,,..., 3 1, 156 Jewett. David ...,...,.....,... ....,...... 1 63, 219 Jimenez, Joseph .,,,..........................,... 163 Johanssen, Nils., ,.............,.,..., ...,,.,..,. 2 01 Johnson, Anne ,......,.. 91, 165, 174, 219, 245, 247 Johnson, Fama .......,...... ,,......,,.,..,.. . H104 Johnson, Fred .,........... Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson J ohnsoni , Gerald ...... ,......108 115 , Dehard ....,,.... ,...... ..................,. .153 241 , Harold .,................................ Harry, ..,.......,.,.,.. 131, 185, Julianne ....,......................... 241 100 Johnson, Keith ......,.,......,,.,............,.,.. 127 Johnson, Kenneth .,............ 131, 146 201 Johnson, Larry .,....,,..,,........,.........,.,..... 155 Johnson, Leo ......,.... ........ 1 94, 195, 197 Johnson, Lila ...,,.......,....,,, ..,..,,,..,..,..... 2 40 Johnson, Marvin .......,.. 31 132 133, 166 Johnson, Mary May ..........,...., 252, 255 Johnson, Norman ......,,.,.,....,,.,...... 31, 204 Johnson, Roger .................,,......... 198, 202 Johnson, Ronald ,,........ 29 108, 163, 260 Johnson, Rose .,..,........,,..,,.....,...,. 120, 219 Johnson, Ruth .,,........,..........,. 92, 245, 261 Johnson, Terry ,,..,,.,........,..,..,.,......,,..... 135 Johnson, Thomas ........,..,..,................. 127 Johnson, Walter Blake ...,...,.,,..,.,...... 124 Johnson, William .,,.r,........ 123, 160, 165 Johnston, Charles ,.,, ..,...................,. , ,.... 2 2 Johnston, Hugh ....,,.,,.....,..........,,, 67, 169 Johnston, Kathryn G .,....,...... 24, 29, 97, 241, 249 Jones, Albert ...............,.,.,....,,........,,,.,... 136 Jones, Betty Mae ..,........,..,....,.,.. 104, 105 Jones, Frances ,....,..,.,.., 91 219, 220, 225 Jones, Jack ......,...,., ..,...........,...,...,,,,. 1 62 Jones, James ............. ...........,...,,., 7 2 Jones, Malcolm ..,....... ....... 1 11, 169 Jones, Martha .,........... ....,.... S J9, 224 Jones, RobertL .,......., .....,.,,,,,...,,.,, 1 68 Jones, Robert P .....,,. ..............,.. ........ 8 5 Jones, Russell, .... ,......, ..,... , , 23 165, 167 Jones, Virginia ..,,,,,,...... ...,,., ..,,,,,,,,,,. 1 7 4 Jordan, Elizabeth. ..,..,. ...,............, 1 03 Jordan, Larry ,.... ...,.,...,, ..,...,,,, 1 1 9 Jordan. Margaret ..,..... , ......... 224 Joseph, Arlene ........... ............. 1 63 Joyner, Dorothy ....,.,, ......, 2 19, 223 Judson, Robert .,..,.... ,..,,.,,..,., 1 16 Juliani, Nancy ........ .,...... 1 52, 247 Justis, Bill ,..... ,.,,,........... .....,...,,... 1 3 0 K Kaapke, Bob ...,........,.. ..,...,,,, 1 11 Karmis, George ....,,,..... ........., 1 19 Kappelman, Ray ...,...,.. .,,..... 6 7 Keahy, Georgia ............ .........,,...... 1 00 Keddie, Douglas ,...,,.... ..,..,.....,,,,,..., 1 16 Kelley, Victor .......... , ...................,.. ,164 Kellis, Raymond ,....... ,. ..,... 29 120 121 Kellner, Walter ......... ........., 2 01, 211 Kelly, Fred .......,,.... .,,,,.,,.,..,,,,, 1 36 Kelly, Joe .....,..,..,.. ,,... ...., 1 3 2, 185 Kelly, John ....... ......,...... 1 32, 148 Kelly Roy .,.i..,....... ......... 1 32, 148, 185 Kelly, William ........,,,.. .. .,.,........ 118, 119 Kemmler, John .,,.,....,..,,,. ...,.,..,,. , 1132 Kemmeries, Dayton ........ ,......... 1 40 Kemmeries, Fred ........ ....... 1 64 Kemp, Janet ....,............. .... ......., 9 9 Kemper, Charles ......,... .,.,.,..,.... 1 67 Kempf, Jeanette .......... .......,.......,. 1 00 Kendrick, Charles ...... .,.,,.. 1 26, 127 Kendrick, Joan ,.,,,, .... .......,, 9 7 , 241 Kenna, Le Roy ....,..,. .......,,..,, 1 75 Kennedy, Anne ............ .,,.............. 1 69 Kenner, Katherine .......,.. ...,.,. 1 20, 121 Keogh, Jim ................... .....,. 111, 169 Kerfoot, Nadean ...........,., .......,,,..,.. 9 5 Kessinger, Frederick, ,................ 33, 162, 163, 231, 243, 244 Kessinger, Janet ..... ,.... ,............. 1 6 1 Kestler, Robert ...,............ ......,...,...... 1 60 Kettering, Patricia .............,...,,. 100, 224 Kieckhefer, Gretchen ....,,. ,,,.,,,,,,,..,. 9 9 Kiewit, Peter ........,...,.........,........,........ 131 Kiker, Henry ......,,...............,.....,.......... 162 Kilcullen, William .............,.,.,..,,...,..,,., 79 Killian, Joan ...,.,......,,.,...... 100, 225, 275 Killian, Marion ........, .,,..,,...........,..... 1 03 Killian, Max ..,,......,....... ....,..,. ..,,,,.,.. 1 6 6 Kimberlin, Denver .,,....... ,...,,,.,, 1 60 Kimberlin, Louise ,....... .,........ 1 51 Kimble, William ,.,.,......... ,...,.....,,..,,. 1 32 Kimmerling, Margery ...,.....,.......,..,..,,, 91 Kimmerling, Pat ...,.,............ 67, 124, 164 Kimsey, Frances ,..,.............. .......,.... ,,.. 1 5 1 Klng, Betty Jean ....,............. 97, 219, 226 King, Dan ............... ,....,.,....,. ................ , , .167 King, Edwin ,..,,,......,..............,..,,.. 165, 167 King, Howard Lewis ......... .............,. 2 9 King, Jacqueline ,,...,.,,.,.. . . .......,....., 91 King, Roy Edwin .,........ .....,.....,,.,.. 2 33 Kinnear, Barbara ........,. ....,,....... 8 8, 165 Kinnison, Jo Ann ............. ......,..........,. 1 00 Kirkpatrick, Craig ......,..............,....,... 170 Kirman, John ,.,,.,.... ,,.. ,..... 1 2 4, 204, 205 Kitchen, Laird .,...,,,,.. ,,...... ........ , ...,... 1 5 3 Kitchens, Ralph ......,., ....... ,.,.,..,,... 7 9 Kittell, Charles .....,.,. , ..,,.,............. 175 Klein, Leonard ......, ......,....,..,., 1 65, 232 Kline, James ......,.. ..,..,.,. 1 60, 169, 170 Kline, Ted .................,. ....,...,........,....., 1 11 Klug, Frances ........ ........ ....... . . 175, 247 Kluttz, Lewis ...,.,...........,... .....,.., 3 2, 132 Kneubuhl, Douglas ...,....., , ........,.... 192 Knier, Betty ..............,.., ...,..,....,....,.. 9 1 Knight, Freddie ......... .........,......,.... 1 03 Knight, John ....,,.,.., ,..... ........ 1 2 8, 129 Knight, Nancy ..,...... ........ 9 9, 247 254 Knight, Robert ,,......... .....,...........,... 1 86 Knotts, Donald .....,.. , ,................ 124 Kocher, George ........ ....... 1 28 Koenig, Nancy ....... ....., , .84 Koenig, Paul ........... ...,...,.. 1 55 Koenig, Virgil ......... ...,...,...... 1 86 Kohl, William ..,,,,............. ....... 1 60, 164 Page 318 Konecky, Ronald .,..., ,...,....... 2 9, 142, Komarie, Howard .,,..... Kornblum, David .....,....... 146 146 29 88 Krabbenhoeft, Mary .......,.... , , Kravis, Samuel .,.....,........ Krevat, Arnold ,........... Krichman, Myron ,........ Krmpotich, John .....,. Kroen, Stanley .,,,... Krupp, Alma ............... Kulinovich, Arra ......... .. Kulinovich, John ,.,.. ,..,..............,,. . .. Kulinovich, Maxine .,...... 224, 226 Kunde, Lloyd .,.,......... Kurn, Barbara ...,....... Kurtz, Edwin .,,.,...,.,..,.... L 227 169 ...,..,.146, 173 156 .,.....,..139 ...,...149 102, 103, N136 219, ....225 169 .........77, Ladd, Lady, Peggy .l ,......,..., .1 ............,.. ,. Patricia ...,.. , ......,...,,.. ,..... .... Lahr, Herbert .,..,....,.,...,,.... , ,... 79, 98, ' ' ' 136 161 Laird, William ......,.,..,., 79, , Lake, Lowren ..,..,..,..,.,....,...,.....,.. ...,. Lamar, Lamar, Lamb, Lamb, Carroll ..,,... .......,..,......,..,... Hedger ....,,. ...,.., Basil ............, , ,..,.,....., ,. Lawrence ..,..... .,...... 1 72 Lambert, Linda ...,........ ,,..,...,..... v Lampncr, Leon ....,.,....,..... , .,.... 173, Lamson, William E ......,.. ......,... . .. Lane, James ...........,..,....,,....,......., 165, Lane, Lanser, Martha ....,....,,........,...,,...,........ Juneva .,..,,.,...,.......,.......... .. 114 115 Langdon, Leonard ,.,,,., 23, , Langlois, Adrian ,.,,,., ,.............,..., 1 74 Laos, Roy ...............,. ..,,,,,......... ' 170 Large, Larson, Bruce ............,. 194, 195, Robert H ..,.....,..,..,,, 116, 1 ...99, 197 Larson, Jefferson ..,.,.,.....,.,..,...... 120, L31'SOIl Marvin .....,., .....,...,............. . . Larsonz Robert G ............. 184, 188, La Tou Lauck, rette, Corrinne .,.,.,,.,...,... . Eugene .............. 22, 79, 108, Lauerman, Eugene .................,.,........ ..91 118, 205 123 166 ...l44 .1160 174 ..... L 2.1 239 164 170 .....9l .0103 170 239 201 175 230 201 164 160 190 161 169 162 Laughinghouse, Lyal .......,..........,,. ,.., 1 64 Lauver, Harold .......... 34, 124, 162, 243, 248, 249 Lawrence, Donald ..... 163. Lawrence, James ......,.,..,................,... 153 ' 174 Lawson, Lawson Lawson Lawson Lawyer, Layton, Georgia ......................,........... 175 Nancy ...,,,....,. 100, 162, , Patricia ,...., ..,... 2 3, 29, 100, Thomas ,........ ,.........,.... 1 16, Jerome .....,.,. .........,,.., 1 19, Frank ........... ..,,......... 248 240 146 245 140 Lazarus, Frank .....,... ,...,,,... 1 39 Leach, Edith .....,.,... ..,....,.. 1 04 Leader, C ....,............. .,.,,........ 2 40 Leader, Ralph ,.,. .... ..........,...... 2 4 0 Lebsch, George ..,.... ,....,. 1 40, 141 Lee, John ....,. .........,..... .,,,........,,.,.... 1 4 4 Leehouts, James, .......... ,...........,.....,. . 1241 Lefebre, Chan ..,......,.,..... ,.,. . ................,. 1 23 Legters, George .........,........ 140, 141, 233 Leininger, Barbara ..............., ,...,.....,. ,.,. 9 9 Leltner, Murray ,,.,,,...,., .......,.... ..,,... 1 6 4 Lemmlie, James ...,,.........,........... 157, 169 Lemnah, Merrill, .,.....,,,............. 160, 165 Lent, Gordon .............,.. 33, 83, 132, 170 Leon, Arthur ...............,........,...,...,......... 239 Le Pine, Charles ,,..,,...,.............,..... 1.239 Lernor, Lenore ................,. ,....... 8 6, 87 LeSeuer, Richard .,.......,......... ,......... 1 32 Lester, Mary Esther .,...,....,..,.......,...... 88 Lester, Ralph J .......,......,,, ..,,......,......... 2 06 Levine, Mildred .,...,,,.....,.. 150, 173, 240 Levy, Paul ................ .........,... 1 38, 139 Levy, Ruth ,...,.. ,.... .................... 1 0 4 Lewis, Avron ......... ,.,,.,.... 2 04 Lewis, Carolyn ....... .......... 1 68 Lewis, Dale ,,........ ......,.....,...,,,.,,...,..,,, 1 40 Lewis, Delbert ..........,.........,....,,..... 33, 131 Lewis, Helen, ......,...... 168, 174, 240, 245 Lewis, Joe ............................,................. 111 Lewis, Leonard ......... .,............,.,... 1 53 Lewis, Martha ........ .......... 2 25, 237 Lewis, Nanci .......,.... .......,...,...., 9 5 260 Lewis, Patricia ........ ...,..............,, 9 7 164 Lewis, Robert ..,..............,.... 79, 140, 141 Lewis, Richard ....,,......,...............,..,...... 119 Lichtenstein, Joan ..,..... ............. 8 7, 247 Licht, David .,.,.,...,..... .....,..,,,,........ 5 Liebel, Patricia .,,....,. Lilley, Marilynn ,......... Lillie, Edward .........,., Lindamood, Sam .......... Lindberg, Marie .,,...,.....,... Lindenau, Gretchen ...... Lindsay, Margaret ........,. Lindsay, Venice ....,.....,. Lingafelter, Jack ......,. ..........104, 166 .......144, .,.....164, H88 ..92 U88 270 95 Link, Jane ....................... .....,. 2 4, 60, Linsenmeyer, Otto .,.,... .......... 7 0, 166 Livieratos, Nick ,.......... , ............. 123 Lobdell, Edward ..,........... .......... 1 36 Lockwood, George ..,....,...., ,.......,... 6 2 Lombardo, Charles ............,.... .......... 2 41 Longenbaugh, Richard ...,.....,,........... 233 Loomis, Beverly ....,..,..,...,.........,...,. 88, 89 Loome, Raymond G ......... 140, 164, 174 Lopez, Carl .............,....,.........,....... 111, 201 Lo Presti, Frank ,.,...............,................. 66 Lorance, Joe Ben .........,.... 144, 145, 166 fw W ANNOUNCINGthe comnnaow , PATlo SGIJHTTES I' I ' A , Newest Addition to the HUTEI WESTWARII H0 PREMIER HOTEL OF TI-IE SOUTHWEST I FUR DINING, ENTERTAINMENT, FUN 'A' .fa .fuina Room if fompeian Room PHOENIX, ARIZONA N B M Lf, PRESIDENTIIGEILMANAGER OFFICE EQUIPMENT PRINTING RUBBER 8' SUPPLIES LITHOGRAPHING STAMPS s X X PRINTING NI. STATIIEZERY ULU! ww Shop ' A MW For Wlon TAILORS o HABERDASHER o HATTER PHONE 4 3113 HOTEL ADAMS BUILDING 34-38 5. Cenm, Ave. PHOENIX, ARIZONA Lord, Don Reed ..,.... ,... ....... Loudermilk, Jeanne ,.,....,... .91, Loughborugh, Roy .........,,...,, Loughran, Edward ........, Lourie, Ann ......,......,,.... Loveless, Bill .............. Lovett, Bill ...............,.. Lovett, Vernor .......l.l Lowell, David .......,,.,,, Lowry, Halden .,.,,,.. Lucas, Jack ...,,.,,..,,.,,.,.,, Ludwig, Norbert ..,....... Lujan, Raul ................ Luke, Jane .......,.,,.. Luna, Fitbertz ..,..... Lusby, Clary ......,,, Lupo, Alfred .......,...... Lutgerding, Betty ........ Lutich, Baldo ..,............. Lybrook, Roy .,..,....,,. Lyddon, Phillip ...,.,.,. Lyerly, Nina ,.,........ Lynch, Donald .,,.,,,, ,,,,, Lynch, Warren ...,.,. ,... . Lyon, Russell ....... ..........,.. Lyons, Jane ,,....,... ........ 3 3 225, 226 M McAllister, Gaynell ,....... MCBain, James ,...,,,..... McBride, Douglas ,,.,..,. McBryde, Estes ........ McCaa, Robert .,.......... McCaig, Robert ..,......... .. STUDE NT INDEX CONTINUED 174 260 ...........154 ...........100 173 .161, ....164 116 .......74, 167 132 161 211 .......16O, 262 .140, 233 256 ........,..198 170 241 136, 119 118, .....167 ...126, 30 95, 219, 174, 225 . ......... 128 205 .204, 174 McCarron, Barbara .... .......... 6 5, 169, McCarter, Kay ......,....,..,.,..,........,.....,..... 95 146 McCaughey, Eugene ........,.....,. McClain, Keith ,.,,................ ........ ...,,... 1 1 1 McClelland, Norman ..,..... 108, 238 140, 163, McCleneghan, Thomas ,,.,.,,,,... 163, 175 McClintock, Michael .....,....,..... 169, 174 McClure, Don ...... ,.....,.. .......... ,.,....,..,,... 1 1 0 McC1uskey, Alice .,.......,.,.... 104, 223, 226 McCormick, Fay ....,........... 104, 223, 226 McCormick, J. D ...,..........,.,.,...... 131, 274 lVIcCoy, Jacqueline .....,.......,..........,....... 88 McCreight, Bob ....,..,....,... ,..,,,., 1 66, 170 McDonald, Lawrence .....,,...,..... 120, 153 McDowell, Earl ,....,.,,.,..,.,,.,,.,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,, 167 McDowell, William ....,........... 26, 30, 123 McDuii', Jack .,,.....,............. 132, 133, 163, 167, 170, 204, 213, 246 McElhaney, James ...,....,......,..... McElroy, Donna ..........,.. McElroy, Peggy ........,. McFarland, James ........,.. 1VIf'w'Wl'lFll'1Cl. Jewell ,.... . ,,.. McFarland, John .....,.... McGee, James ..,......... McGee, John ..,..,,,... McGrady, Jim ..,,,,..,,.... McGoey, Dorothy ........... McGowan, Margaret ..l...,,, McGowan Ben'amin .,..... .. . J McGregor, Dorothy ....,.. Mclntosh, Patricia ,...,...... McKay, Thomas ....,,....,.. McKelli ps, McKesson, McKinney McKinney: McKinney, McKinney, McKinney McKissick Lindsay.. Nancy... . .. Armsted Dan ............, Frances.. Joan ....,........ William ....... Charles .... McLaughlin, John ......... .166, 174 ....,260 166 .,..144, ..........100 160 .120, ..........215 .......,..170 ....83, 89 . ......... 153 220 .219, ..91, 247 ..... .124 .......100 ........,.173 ......,..,123 166 McLaughlin, Martha ..............,. 149, McLaughlin, Sam ............. ....,... 1 08, 160 McMillian, Frances.. ...................,... ..... 1 49 McNabb, Fred ....... ....... ..............,......... 1 4 0 McNabb, Kathleen ............ 103, 222, 255 McNelly, David ...............,............ 110, 111 McNulty, James ...........,........ 22, 33, 83, 122, 123, 162, 204, 210, 248 McPhaul, Rex ...,,.........,. 22, 67, 111 McPherson, James..,.l10, 1 126, 127 208, 211 121 McRae Francies ......,.........,..,.....,., 120, McRae, Lynette ............,.................. .,... 1 20 McRae, Nadine ............ ........., 1 20 Macias, Edward .....,.... ....... 1 60 MacNee, Jean .....1...... ......... 8 4 Madison, Bruce .......... Madrid, Susan ............... Magill, Margarette ....,.... Mahoney, Colleen ..,..... Maiden, Morton ........ ,.,,......127 .....24, 29 ........,.172 .......173 Mains, Howard, .,........... ......... 6 2 Major, Joseph ................... ......,... 2 15 Makemson, Leland ......... ................. 1 66 Makler, Howard ...... ,....................,.......... 7 1 Maldonado, Bertha .................... 174, 219 Mallis, Albert ......,. .......,........ 2 9, 139, 173 Malone, Pat ..............,... ............ 1 61, 249 Maloney, Jim ,........ Malnon, ohn .....,... , ................ 136 , ..,.......... 167 Manes, Willa ...,. .......... .................,. .,........ 9 2 Mann, William .............. 31, 65, 184, 194, 195, 197, 201, 209 Mansur, David .............................. 123, 192 March, Marcia ........................ 92, 152, 256 Margeson, Mary .......... ..................... 1 68 Marohn, John ................. ........ 1 27, 146 Marques, Dolores ......... . .,....... 88, 225 Marsh, Anne ................ ...,...... 8 8, 231 Marsh, James .......,. Marsh, Paul.: ..,.,........, Marsh, William ............ ........... Marshall, Edward ...... Marshall, James ............ ......132 1 .....136 177 161, ........,.162 ..,.......132 163 169 v . ........... 99 Marshall, Wendy .................... .... Marston, Loel. ..,,..........,........ 99, Marston, Maradel ......... Martin, Barbara ............ Martin, Beryl ......... .24, 88, ..,.....95 225, 225, 225, 241 241 259 ..........l11 132 ..........233 Martin, G. J ......... , .... .. Martin, Joan ........ ....... Martin, Robert ...,.,......... ..,....... 2 0, Martin, Thomas ............... .... Martinez, Humberto.. Martinez, Ralph .........,.. Masching, Evelyn ,....,.. Massey, Wayne, .......... Matanovich, Mimi........ 69, 82, Mather, Madeline ................ 92, Mathiesen, David ,....,... Matlock, Thomas .......... Matthews, Gilbert ...... ..........233 161, 174 ..........111 254 100. 121, 259 125 ...............124, ...198 ...239 241 ...175 101 119 213 235 Matz, Norma ...,,......,...,...... 28, 29, 95, Mauldin, Frank ..................,...,...,.,.... Mauney, Betty ........ . ,..,..,....,.. 100, Maxson, Dale ............. ...... 1 18, Maxwell, Morgan. ..,...,. ,....... 2 04, Maye, Alfred ............ .....,....,... Mead, Marcia ..,...... Medley, David ............ Mednick, Diane ........ Meenan, Keith ....... 173 ...79, Meier, Bob ......,..,.,. Meindl, Ed ....,......,....., Melanson, John .... .... Melby, Alice ..........l.., Mercier, Jean ....,........... Mercier, Lila Leani .... Merriam, Susan ....,..,.... Merrill, John ..,,.......... Metteer, Bruce .....,..... 173 204 .......123 112 203 . ...... 103 .......103 .......166 .......132 .....,....140 75 225 160 240 163 95 241 ..........128 170 .........,140 212 206 167 1 12 175 120 166 261 Metzger, Robert ..,...... . Metzger, Thomas .......... Meyer, Edward .........,.. .. .........., ,. Meyer, Mabel ......,....... ..........,...... 9 9, Meyer, Robert V ......................... 135, Meyer, William ..,.,,...,......,... 79, 239, Meyers, Suzanne .................... 90, 91, Michaels, Marilyn ......,. ...... ......... 9 4 , Michelsen, Arve ............ ........ 1 32, Michelsen, Robert ........ ....... Midgard, Arne ...,..,..... .....,,..,. 1 60, Mignella, Mike .......... ...., ......... Miller, Cecil H ...............,...,....... 124, Miller, Duane .......... ...,..,.. 1 24, 186, Miller, Hugo, ...... .....................,.. Miller, John ........ .,....... ..,........ Miller, Neil .......... ....... Miller, Ray ............... ................... . Miller, Robert .......... ............ . ..70, Miller, Vera .............. .,,........ 9 7, 122, Milligan, Bette ...l... . ......... 104. 174, Millin, Helen ......... ........,...... 2 40, Mills, Ann ..................,. ........,.. 1 03, Mills, John ,............,... ........ ......... 3 1 , Minchen, William ........ Minister, Georgia Jea Mirchandani, Prem .... n ,.,......... 192, 219 241 225 140 161 121 169 140 Miske, Bernard .....,..........,...,............... Mitchell, Anise .................... 148, 150, 240 Mitchell, Helen .,..... .............. 2 23, 240 Mittler, Helen ......... l ...l........ 95, Moeur, Jeanne ....,..... ...,.... 1 03, Moffett, Lariene .......................... 120, Moles, William ............,........,.,.............. Monahan, Thomas ........................,...,, Money, Julia .................... 84, 85, 247, Monier, John ..,.,,... ,......., Monier, Pau1....79, 83, 1 Montgomery, Henry.. Moody, Dean .......,.......... ......111, 10 111 a Moody, Frank .,,............. Mooney, James .......... Mooney, Patricia ......,. Moore, Carol .............. Moore, Helen ......,....,.... 209, 209, 232, ..111, .,..91, 255 222 121 160 127 254 211 211 167 123 233 174 104 219 .....91 Moore, Marion ..... .....,.,............. 3 3, 34, 160, 161, 168, 217, 22 Moorhead, Stephen ...... 2, 262 Mora, John ....,................................... Moraga, Peter .............. Morales, Manuel. .,...... , Morales, Tony ..............,. Morency, George. ..... . Mori, Foster ................ Moring, Carl .,......... Morris, Lucille ......... Morris, Margene ........ Morris, Michael .......... Morris, Patricia ...........,. Morrison, George ......... Morrison, Robert ......., Morrow, Henry .......... Morrow, James. ....... . Morse, Boyd ........... Moser, Charles ..,.... Moser, Larry ,,.... ..... . .. Mounce, Vernon ......,.. Mountjoy, Dick ......., Mueller, John ......... Mulkey, Robert .... ...... Muller, Joyce ...,.,... . Mullins, Mulrein, Bob .............. Mulrein, Joseph ............ Roger ....... 99, 167 79 ........,.163 ......197, 200, .,.,....16, 168, 201 262 ...123 91, ,146, ...91, .......,136, ........108, ...120 225 173 174 208 186 161 "".'.'.'.f,'i':3ts'Q ...,.....167 .........202 137 163 1, ...,..., 136 162 Page 320 ...67, .,......,.175 .......187 .....,.124 . ...... 124 Munson, Ray ....... .... Murphy, Dale .......... , ,,.... Murray, Murray, Mu rray, Murray, Murra y, David ...,,..... .... Harlan ...... .. Jordon ......,. Nancy .,........ , ....., . Robert ........ ,...., Myth, K ..,.......,............ .... N Nady, June ............. . . Nagel, Virginia ..... . ....... . Narcho, Alice ........ ........... Neely, Evelyn ............ , ...,........, . Neff, Mary Ann ......... ,....,.. 9 9, 257. 268 Ncgri, James .......... . ,.... . Nehring, Arthur ,....... . ...,.... . Neibel, Oliver ......,.. ..,,. . 83, 162, 243, 244 Neitert Nelms, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nesbitt Floyd ......., ........ William ,......, Dean .......... .... Gregg .,.,......., ....,... .148, .116 187 .119 . ..,...... 111 132, 201 .....,....174 .104 ...73 ..........219 224, 230, .....116 187 .131, 126, 127, .120 ,......l69 ..........172 Harvey ......... .....,.. , James .......... ,... Lucille ......,... .... Robert. .,,...,., ..,... . . 145, its , Nevins, Stanley .....,.. Joseph ............. ........ 6, 170 274 Newbu rn, J ohn. ..,...... . .169 167 . ........ 120 ......,...l69 .60, 144, ..........161 .......13l ..,.....,.16'7 233 259 240 100 187 239 132 170 169 173 Nichols, Robert ..,..,.,.,..... . Nichelson, Margaret ..... ............, .161 Nielsen, Richard .,............ ....... 1 26. 127 Niewold, Paul .,............. ...,.... 1 27, 173 Nikerson, Jim ............ .............. 1 20 Nikolaus, Carole ,..., .,..,,., ,...... 1 6 4 Nordquist, Donald ......... ,.............. ....,, 1 2 7 Noll, Kenneth ....................................., 124 Noon, Gwendolyn ,.......... , ........... ....... . Noonan, Diane .............,...... 219, 223, Norman, Elsie ...... .............. 1 64, 231, Norris, Laura Louise .............. .......... Norris, R. Scott ..................,......... 131, North, Harry S ................................... Norton, John ..................,....................... Norton, Robert ......,..... 160, 164, 165, Notter, Laurence .................................. Nuss, Nadine ................................ 164, Nutting, Lois Irene ....... .... 0 Oatman, Charles. O'Brlen, Jack ..,......... O'Brien, Joseph ...,.,...... O'Brien Robert ............... .......123 ......,162 ..,.,..136 O'Callaghan, Robert ....... .......... 161 155 O'Connell, Diana ...........,. ........,... 9 0, 91 Officer, James ....... . ......,.............,............. 72 Oilticer, Roberta ............................,....... 259 Ojeda, Marian .............. 29, 92, 245, 247 O'Keefe, John ,... ......,................... 7 9, 131 O'Kelley, Marjorie. ....,... ....,...,......... 2 19 Okeson, William .......... . ............ ........ 1 24 Oliver, Gerald ........ ........,............... 1 70 Oliver, William .................. 111, 160, 164 Ollason, Larry .................... 128, 191, 246 Olliver, Donald .................................... 132 O'Laughlin, Peter .,...., .................,.., 1 24 Olmstead, Pete .......... ....... 1 31 Olson, Pat ............... ........... 1 03 Olson, Robert .....,.., ..,.........,. 2 04 Olson, Wanda ......,.. ....................... 8 4 Oman, Louise .......... ............... 1 03, 225 O'Reilly, Brady ...........,... . ..,...,............. 131 O'Rielly, Patricia ,..... ........ 2 8, 29, 99, 226 Ormand, Ben ,........,.. ...........,,,.......... 2 62 Orr, Letty. .......,,...... ........... 2 23, 240 Orth, Paul ...........,........ ........... 1 73, 240 Ortiz, Josephine .................................. 170 Ortiz, Robert ......................,. 188, 204, 209 Orton, Anne ...............,............................ 103 Osborne, Homer ,...................,... ......... 1 88 Ostle, James ................ ......... 7 2, 232, 233 Otis, Glendora .......... ....,...,.............. 9 5 Over, Frank ..............,. .................. 1 73 Over, William ............... ........,.. 1 32, 247 Overfelt, Wanda .................................. 175 Owen, Len ...... ...................,.......... Owens, George ....... Oxnam, Dick .......... p Pacheco, Arthur ....... Paine, Eugene ......... .........140, ...,......202 146 141, ...............124, ........132, ...79, 188 188 ..........167 111 120 Palmer, Allan ............. .... Palmer, Earl .,............... ......., Pann, Lawrence .......... ........... Parber, Jack ....,......,... ............... 1 26, Parfet, Joan ............ Parish, Bud ......... .....,...30, 99, .146 127 245 .112 173 ..........153 ..........103 238 ,.........100 ..........241 ..........111 Park, John .......... ......... ......... 1 6 O, Park, Robert ................. ........ Parker, Betty Dee .............,..,,.. Parker, Patricia .................... 88, 89, Parker, Patricia J ................... Parker, Thomas .,....,.... ........ Parkhill, Joe .............. Parr, Ruth ..............,...,. ...........,. Parrish, Elizabeth ....... ........ 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' 1: ' 1 ' I n - - A -.:.f,',j5g25 'gggggjggfgfgfgfr-' ' .. ' -."??E?ffife:ef55534:3:2:3:22956222:S151:1:3'rw--,Hi':':'21:1if'2'1'??2?52321:::1:3mg.:.:.2Qfm::-:-1-2i2l2lEI2-f.-f.:',:f,',',-',-'f2f1t2:f:-: ' U .... - Page 32 I STUDENT INDEX CONTINUED Pasher, Joan .,......A.... ,.......,.,,,,.,,,A,,,,,.,,,, 9 7 Passarelli, Marie Margaret ,....,...... 104 Patterson, Colleen ....,,.,..,...,,...,....,...,, 120 Patterson, Robert ..,.,...,,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,A,A,,, 153 Patterson, Rob Roy ......... ,.,...... 2 9, 120 Pattison, Karl .........,.,,.. . ....,..,. 169 Patton, Beverly.. ..,... . 136 ,..,,9-4, 95 ..6l 259 Paulos, Nick .,.,,........1, ..... , Pavlovich, Louis ,.,,... ,,.,.,,.A,,,, 1 63 Payne, Heber ........., ,,.,,, ,,,o,A,,,A 1 6 6 Pellar, Joan ...,.,.... .,.,.,.. 8 7, 173 Pellon, Louis .......,.... ,... ,...,.... Pelton, Diane .,..,.,..,,...,,,,,..,,,.,,,,1,1, ,,,,,4 Pena, Gus.. ..,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 111 Pender, Kathryn ,,..., 24, 25, 33, 163, 16 9, 224, 240, 242, 243, Pendergast. Clarence ,,,,.,.,..,., Penn, Lois., ,...,....,.. ,.......,,,.,,,,,. ..... Penn, William ..,.............,. .,,... 3 2, 189, 262 Penner, Paul .................,..,,......r.. Pennington, Ann ...,...,,............ Penoyer. Joan .,,....,.,,... 91, 168, Pensinger, Charles .........,.,...... Perez, Rodolfo ...........,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, Perkins, Perkins, Perkins, Perrine, Aladdin ,.... ...,..,,.,.,,,.,,, Linwood ................ 31, William ....,.... ,.... . .. . , Gordon .....,, ,,,,..,. . 130, Perry, Allan ....,....... ""fiii"'iQiQi, Perry, Lawrence ,.... ..,, , Passes, Alex ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 145 Pessirillo, Harold .,,. Peterkin, Pete .,......,. Peters Jose h , D ---,------ Peters, Patricia ,,,.,,,,,,,,, Peterson .,... 92, , Charles ........, .......,, Peterson, Fred ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, Peterson, Karl ...,,...,.....,,,.., ..,..,, Peterson, Margaret .......,,. ,.,..,,.. 9 5, Peterson, Philip ....,,,...,.. ......... Peterson, Raymond ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Peterson, Robert .........,..........l,. Peterson Petit, D , William .,..,........ 183, ick .,.,,.,.,.rr,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,, Pettit, Robert .........,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 29, Peyton, Bill ..,.,......,......,,.....,..,..., Pfeiffer, John ..,.........,. 160, 162, Phelan, Bernard .,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 31, 239, 240 Pickrell, Robert ,,,...,....,,.r ,,.,,,,,, , . Pierce. Vinton ......,,,.l, 131, 170, Pike, Phyllis .....,,..,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 148, Pinkham, A Diane ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Pinney, William ,........ ......... Pistor, Michael ....,...,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Pitchford, William .,,., ,.,.,....... Pltt, Donald .................,,. , ..,.,,, 29, Platt, John .........,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,, Plunkett, Fay .,..,.,.,. 33, 34, sa, 161, 168, 219, 225, 254 Polhamus, John .,.....,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Poliakoff, Devora ...,.....,.. ,.,..... . Polk. Dorothy ............ Pollard, William ....,.... Porter, Harold. ,.....,, Porter, Porter, Porter Helene .,,,.... Nancy .....,,... ,.,......23, .....,.,....77, ff.'ff,'fffii2i,"95 , Robert .....,,. .,......l.,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Porter, Yvonne ,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Pottenger, James .......,., 31, 134, 135, Pottenger, William ....,....,.......... 135, Potter, Evelyn Janne ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,, ,, Potter, Gordon ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Potter, Molly ...,.....,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , Pottinger. George Earl ,...,l,l.l,,,, 116 Pottinger, Craig ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Poulos, Agopie .........l,,.,,.,, 20, 21, 24, 33, 34, 97, 226 Powell, Edwin ..,...l. Powell, Forest .,,..... Powell, Ru th ..,.,,.,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, Prater, Bob ....,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Pratt, Michael .......... .......,. 2 3, 162, Prescott, Jane ........,... Present, Shirley ........., ..... ,.., 2 4 , 87 Present, Paul ,...,,,.,,,,,,,.,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Prevo, Harriet ..,.,..........,l,,,,,...,,,,, 175, Prince, Dorothy ..,.....,......,..., 88, 89, Pritchard, Elizabeth ........,...,.....,,,,, Proctor, Lorraine ........,.,. ,..., Proctor, Norma .,........... Proctor, Robert .....,.., Prusha, Juanita ........ Puckett , Norvil ......., Puckett, Harold ........, Puelle, Pulido, Pulido, Pullen, Bill ..,.,...,,,.,,,, Alfred ................ , ,.... .......... 6 6, Carlos .,..........,....,,,...,....,,,, 111 Virginia .........,.... ......,.......... Pultz, Patricia .....,.... 23, 29, 99, 247 Punke, Purcell, Elvera .......,..,...,............,., ,,,.,,, Harold ..,,.,..................,...,,,..,, Q 103, 1.124 ...91 180, .212 ...97 247 .123 .169 164 131 .131 1711- .166 231 205 146 .120 230 173 .170 .162 161 724 .132 .166 .169 191 .111 137 .103 170 174, 209 209 240 ...97 .136 248 .144 146 .1 19 160, ,154 .173 1.88 116 173 ...60 254 .174 .173 161 175 95 .136 .100 117 .116 25, .154 .169 .192 .275 163 .165 173 .146 240 257 .184 .245 ...92 .166 .232 .174 .153 .111 111 146 .151 261 .163 .153 .1 12 202 Quam, Ozmand ........, ...,.......,....,,, Quiqley, Don .,,...........,.....,...,... 1132, Quinn, Betty ..........................., 98, 99 Quinn, James Hugh, .....,..,.....,.,.. 31 Quinn, Jack ,.................................,..,.,,.., Quinn, Patricia ,... ..... .........,......... 170 128 124 223 Quinsler, Phillips Brooks .,,,,,..,,,,, Quinsler, William .,...........................,., .214 162 IC Ragel, Richard ............ Raible, Mild red ,..... ...... Ramsower, Paul ........,. Randolph, George .......,,..,,,..,.., Ransom, Harry ..,. ,................,.. Ray, Dorleen, .....,..... ...,..,... Ray, George .........., 104, 1114. 219, 115 M99 .,11l H241 ,.1l1 223 169 Read, Richard ......,...,. ......... Reckart, Donald ......... ....,....... Redman, Jean ..,,,..,..,,.......l......,. Reece, Frank ..,,,..,................ 160, Reed, Reta Louise ..........,, Reed, Richard .......,.....,........ 170, Reed, William ..... ,...,.. ............ Reefe, William ....... ........ Rees, Holly .........,........................ Reeves. Nancy .....,.........,....., .,,... Regen, Ezra ............,...,. 29, 138, Reich, Morton Davis ...,......,. Reidy, James ....,.....,... 161, 174, Reif, Martha .......,......,.,...,,.......... Reinaman, Alan .....,,...,.,....,...... Reinhard, Edith ............. .. Reinhardt, William ....,,,,., .. 239, 240 ...........128 162, 164 91 .90, 172, 173 . ..,.167 ............169 .l57, 239 ,. 62, 72 139, 173 . ..... H164 239, 240 .,90, 91 .,... .128 ,87, 173 ..........119 S Sage, Gene ..,,...,.,... ....... ....... 1 2 7 Saldamando, Pete ....... ,..... 1 36 Salter, Herbert ..,....... ...,...... 1 28 Sampson, Edward. . .,.. ....... . .136 Sampson. Jima.. ...... .. . . .123 Samuleson, Gene ..,........ . ..... 172, 173 Sand, Robert ..................,.. ........... 1 40 141 Sander, E, Dawn .............. 104, 169, 175 Sanders, Benjamin ,......,...... .. . ..... .173 Sanders, Bert ..... .... ..... . .,.... , ..... , . 173 Sanders, John .,.,....,. ,........ 6 6 Sansing, John ,.... , .,... ,... , .140 Santander. Virginia... ...,.,. 223 Sargent, Fred .... ............... . . .....,........, 131 Saunders, J. William ....... . ..... 124, 201 Saunders, Sue ....... ...102, 103, 253, 255 Savage, James .... .....,.... , . Savoy, John ..........,.... . .31, 79, Sawyer, Tom ............ ....... . . ,... . 78, 148, 21-1 153 ..,..123 Sayers, Katherine ,....... 82, 84, 241, 259 Sayler, Galen .,.....,. ...,........., ...... 1 6 1, 173 Schaber, John ..,..,...... ....... . . ........166 Schachner, Robert ........ .83, 138 139 Schaefer, Art ..,.. ..... . ..,....,.......... 1 31 Schaller, Gene .........., .,,.... 2 2, 124, 913 Schavey, William ........ ....,................ 1 64 Schell, Thomas ..... ..... ,,.,.,....,..... 1 3 9 Scheifele, Kathleen ....... .... .....,., . . .84 Schewel, Warren. .,.,.... ..,........... ..,,,, 1 1 5 Schick. Joy ..,. ..,....,. .. .1-15, 225, 2-is Schilt, Barbara .,.......,..... ...................... 5 17 Schirmcr, Bud ....... ........... .,........, .,..... 1 2 4 Schlotzhauer, Dale ........... ......,.,......... 1 66 Schmid, Robert ....,......... 63, 83, 112, 113 Schmidt, Edwin .,.............................,.... 115 Schmidt, Frances ...,.....,...,. 192, 235, 259 Schmidt, Nathalie.. .....................,.... ,... 7 3 Schmidt, Robert ,,.............,............ 83, 119 Schinieder, Mary Anne. ...,....,. 88, 256 Schneider, Marilyn .............,,..... 104, 174 Schneider, Stan ,............................ ....... 1 46 Schindler, Pearl ,.,,..,... ...,.,.,..,,..,,..,., 1 03 Schrader, Wilma. ,,..,, ..,... 9 1, 162, 168 127 Schroeder, John ..,.......,. ..... ...,.. Schreurs, Virginia ..,,..,., Schuman, Dutch .,...,....... Schwalen, Eleanore ..,..,. ..., Schweitzer, Lenard ....... ..... . . Schworer, William ....... ........ .........144 139 123, Scotncy, Gerald ......., ..... Relkin, Harold. ..,........ ..,... .139 Remy, Virginia .......,...... ..,, .99, 247 Rentschler, Beverly ........ , ..,.,. ..... S J9 Reyes, Henry .,..,.,............. .... . 160, 170 Reynolds, Alfred .....,.,....... .... . 1128, 129 Reynolds, Richard .......... ........ . .... 2 09 Reynolds, Robert ...,..,... ...,. . 119, 179 Rex, George .,....,..,.,,.,,.... ........... 1 32, 174 Rex, Victor .....,,....,. ............................... 1 08 Rhinehart, William .,.......... ............... 1 91 Rhodes, Raymond .....,...,,. 128, 195, 197 Rhodes. Richard ........ ..,,,...,..... 1 24, 212 Riba, Wesley ........... .........,. . .. M108 Ribas. Eugene ...,..... ....... 1 65, 233 Rice, Curtis ........ ....... ...... 1 5 8 Rice, Ivan ........... ........,, 1 64 Rice, John ............ .,....,.,.... 1 16 Rice, Margaret ............ ........ . .l03, 169 Richard. Daniel ..,,...,............. ....,l6O Richardson, Harold .,.,..,.,. 127, 199, 299 Richardson, James., .......... ,..., , ,174, 233 Richerson, Hal ......,,....... ...... 1 72, 173, 232, 233 Richerson, Judith .,...................... 104, 173 Richey, William ............,.....,................. 167 Richmond, Elizabeth ........ 23, 25, 31, 97 Richmond, Lincoln ......,.,. 194, 195, 197, 201, 209 Ricksen, Boblyn ......... ,..,,.. . .,.......... 1 04 Riddle, John ,...,,.,... ,..,,.....,., 1 74 Ridgeway, Alice ........ ....... 1 04, 174 Ries, Carol .........,..,,...., ............. 1 63 Rivenburg, Roy. ........ ............. 1 89 Roach, Patsy .................. .,..,...,...,...... 8 8 Robbins, Clarence ........ ....... 2 39, 240 Robbins, Howard ........ ,......,..., .... 1 3 9 Robbins, Joseph ...,...,. ....... 1 23, 210 Roberts, Glennc ......... ,.....,. ,... 2 1 9 Roberts, John ............. ,,.,. ,... 2 3 3 Robertson, Bruce ,................................... 62 Robertson, Martha. ..,...,.,...,.........,...... 175 Robinson, Bonnie ......... 24, 25. 219, 224 31, 103. Robinson, Elmer ....... ,..,............... .127 Robinson, Joan ....... ....., , 165 Robinson, John ........... ....... ..... 1 3 6 Robinson, Peter ......... .. ........,....... 16 Robinson, Roy. ,.,..., . ...... 201, 209 Robles, Sylvia ,...... ...,..,.,.....,..., 9 5 Roche, Walter ....,.... ..,..., 1 23, 210 Rogers, Gail ..........,,... .,....,...... 1 20 Rogers, Gail W ....,... . .,,,.,,,,. 124 Rogers. Keith .,.,...,, ...,,..... .,..., 1 2 0 Rogers, William ......,... ......... 7 1, 144 Rogge, Harry .................. .,,.,,, 1 67, 199 Romero, Esperanza ......... ....... 1 51, 240 Romo, Shirley .............. ....... ....... 8 4 Rorbach, Clark .......... ....... 1 32, 133 Rose, Don ...,.......... . .... ,.......... 2 39 Rose, Louis .,............. .......... 1 12 Rose, William .... ............ .,........ 1 0 8 Rosen, Harry ....... ......... , .,.,...... ....,..,,...... 1 1 2 Rosenberg, Ruth ..................,........ 182, 87 Rosenbrook, Richard .................... .... 1 73 Ross, Constance .....,.......,..., 103, 162, 168 Ross, Mary .............................................. 167 Rossi, Frederick .................................. 163 Rothruck, Ralph ..,,..,.....,,,.....,,.,.. .,... , .123 Rothschild, Lowell ...,... 31, 83, 138, 139 Rotty. Dirck .......................................... 153 Rowcliffe, Theodore ..,... ,......,.... 1 60, 170 Rowland, Harlann ........ .............. 2 39 Rubel, Jane .................. ..-...... 1 03, 257 Rubel, John ................. .............. 2 09 Rubenstein, Les ..,.,..., .....,.. ,...,. 1 3 9 Rudd, Eldon ...,.,.....,. ,..,,........ 7 0, 167 Rudolph, John ....... ..... ,,.... ..... ,... ....... 2 0 7 Ruggles, Guy. ......... .,...... 1 16, 162, 170 Ruiz, Joe ,...........,....,........ .,..,.........,,,...... 2 9 Ruj an, Raymond .......... Rumizen, Arthur .......... .......189 .,,...,146 Russell, Don ....,...... ....... 1 32 Russell, Sally ,........ ..............,........ 9 9 Ryan, James E ......., ........................ 2 39 Ryan, James P ....,.. ......... 1 23, 165, 169 Rykken, Dick ......... Page 322 161 167 Scott, Betty ........... ......, ....., 2 3 5 Scott, Daniel ....... ...,....., ..,,.. 1 6 2 Scott, Joan ........ ......... 9 1, 219 Scott, Mary ...,....... . .,.... 84, 85 Scott, Virginia ....... ............ 9 7 Scott, Walter ....... ....,..... .... 1 6 2 Scully, Janice ..,.,....,......,.. ,.......... S 15, 165 Seabury, Sarah ....................., 29, 97, 225 Scale, Ferne .......... 24, 223, 240, 250, 265 Seaney, Hank ......,.......,................. 124, 216 Search, Pauline ..,......................... 151, 240 Seavy, Ann ............. . ,. ., .,...,. ..,..l01 Sebree, Sallie .................. .. ...... ....,.. . .. 99 Selland, Robert ..........,........................... 165 Scllars. Lucille ................ 94, 95, 168, 225 Senkowska, Anicla .......... ,..... .... . H165 Serbin, Arnold .................... . ...... ........ 1 39 Sergeant, Elizabeth ....... . . . . 97 Serlcis, Sylvain ......,,. . .,., . ..... .174 Severinghaus, Nelson... ......... .135, 174 Sexton, Marilyn ...... ...... ..,.. . , ........ 1 04 Shaiton, Robert ..........., ............. , ...... 1 43 Shanhouse, Enid .,..... ......... 8 2. 87, 259 Sharman, Grant, .,,.,., ,...........,,.. . .,.. 1 65 Sharpe, Pat ..,.. .. ......, .................,...... 1 00 Shattuck, Lcm.. ., ............ .... . .. ....l28 Shaw, Frank.. ..... 119, 166, 180 Shaw, Martin .... ..... , .,..,.. ,... . ,...,... 1 3 9 Sheehan, John ...,............ . ..... ............ 1 241 Sheen, Jack.. ,................... .... . . ..... 163 Sheldon, John ....... ....,..,.... ,....,,,. 1 6 4, 169 Shellenberger, Elizabeth ,...,, 100, 161, 168 Shellenberger, Mary ..,....,.................... 26 Shelton, Mary ....................,......... 257, 259 Shelton, Melba.: ,......,,... 25, 31, 94, 95, 230, 257 Shelton, Patty .......... ,.,,... 1 49 Sherlock, Joan .......,......... . ...... 8-l Sherman, Carol .................. ....... 1 03 Shill, Kenneth ........................ ...,... 1 28 Shillingburg, Gordon... ...... ..,.... . .61 Shillingburg, Donald ........ .......... 1 16 Shoenhair, Martha ....... ................ 9 9 Sholin, David ............... .. .................. 173 Shown, Frank ............ . .........,.... 144, 145 Shull, Alice ..,.,..., .......,......,.,........... 2 20 Shupe, Reta ..,....,..... ...,,...., 2 35, 257, 261 Shupe, Virginia .....,.. ........................... 8 4 Sides, Diane. ............. .... ...,.,.... 8 4 , 256 Siebeck, Richard ......... ......,,..,....,..... 2 07 Siegle, Dorothy ..,...... .,...... 9 2, 173, 245 Simley, John ,......., ........ . ,... ...... 1 1 1, 162 Simmons, David .,....,....... , ....... 111, 167 Simmons, Marilyn .... ,.... , . .,,,. 173, 240 Simmons, Robert., ....... ......,.,......... 2 33 Simon, Don .,.,.........,... ...,..... 1 43, 198 Simon, Edith .....,.,...... .......,... 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Smetana, John ,,...,... Smetana, William ..,,...., Smith, Smith, Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith 189, Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith: Smith Smith Q 1 1 f , 1 Al ...........,....l..,.. Carl ,.,,.,.l...... Charlene .......... Charles ........ Dixie .,,....., Don ..,....,,,. Donna ....,...,. I Franklin ,.......... Glenn D .,....... Glenn G .,...,.... Jacqueline .,.. James ....,..,,...., John E ........,. '191, 204 . John L ...,,.. J. M ....,...., Lloyd ....,...,.,. Milton ,......,...,,, STUDENT INDEX CONTINUED ........72 .........241 . .....,., 120 ...,...,.123 134 ..,.,...94, .........189 ....,.,..123 ,.....,..167 .1240 ,..116 ...120 ...205 1111121522 .....9l 233 ,..162 161 , ..,., 61, ......259 127 ..130, ,....,.232 131. 233 ...........,167 169 132 Orville ,.,....,.......,, ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,, 1 15 Patricia J .,...., ......,..... 88, Patricia R ...,...... ...,... Robert ...,.,...... ...258, Stephen M ...,.,., , ,,,,,,,,,,, , Vada Le ........... Smithers, John ..,,..,. Snell, Snell, Betty ....,...... George .... ......,..99, , ,.,,.,... 144, 227 259 161 115 261 166 165 233 173 Strehlow, Gladys ....... Strickler, Robert ........ ..,..,.,99, Strouss, Charles ...,.,...... . .....,.,...... Struthers, Burton .....................,. 247 ,.,,,....216 .........153 ..,.,,...173 Stubbs, Robert ..,,,,.,.......,........ 23, 34, 13.1 Stunz, Catherine ......,.,. 26, 100, 149, 221 Stutz, Robert ..........,,...,.,...,,.,,...,.,. Suckling, Raymond ...... Summers Anna Louise .,,.,.,..239 239 Ifi5'4'56A'55"' , Sunderman, Jacqueline ,,,,,.,,,,,,, Sundt, Robert ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,.,,, Sutton ,Barry ,,..,.,..,.............,..,... Sutton, Charlene ,,...,., Sutherland, James .....,,.,..,.......... 83, 134, 245 235 135 ,......,.l11 104 140 16-1 161 ..84, 241 100 Swanson, Barnetta .............,...... ......... Swanson, Earl ...,,,........ 72, 134, 135, Sweet, Helen .,..,..,.,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Sykes. Betty ,.....,....... ,.,......,.,,....,. 8 6, Sykes, Eugene .,............ ,, ,.l,,r, ,, Sykes, Geofrey ............... ...... Sykes, Georgianna ....... Szerlip, Babette ........., T 116 ..,......166 .97, 225 173 , ..,..,.. 190 245 260 104 , 260 207 Tackett, Wrinferd ..,,.,,..,......... Taft. Adon ......l..................., .163, 174, Tallett, Joan ..,,.....,.l,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Talmage, Alyce ..........,... , ......,.... ,... ..... Talmage, Shirley..99, 225, 258 259 Talmage, Harry ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 108 Tang, Jack ,...,..,.......... ,,..........,.,,.. ' Tatum, Tauber, Joan ,,....... Taylor, Anella ,.......,. Taylor, George ....1... Taylor, Gus .....,..... Taylor, Jesse ......... Taylor, John .....,... Taylor, Marcia ......., Taylor, Richard., .,.., Taylor, Robert ....,..... B111 .....,...,... Snider, C .......,.,...,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,, 1 72, Snyder, Fred ..........., 120, 22, 23, 31, 83, 124, 163, 242 Snyder. Joyce ........,.........,.... ,...... 1 02, 103 Snyder, Rosemary .,,,.,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, 2 4 1 Snyder, Willard ..,...,,,.,,,,,,.,.,.,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, 124 Snyder. William ..,..1,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 116, 117 Solot, Sanders ...,..,,,,,.,, 31, 142, 143, 233 Solowary. Jeannette .............,.,..,,,.,,,, 173 Song, Lucy ..,.,....,........,......,, ..,,,,,,. 1 50 Sorensen, Christine ..., , ,... ,..,...,..... 1 73 Solo, Consuelo ............... ........,...,... 2 41 Souden, James .........,... 1 .,,.,. 168, 169 Souers. William .,....,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, 7 9 Sownie, Peter ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 66 Spanos, Dyckey ..,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,-- 1 5 3 Sparkman, Bill ..,,,,,11, ,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 1 1 Spaulding. Edward ....... ...,....., 1 os, 260 Spence, James ...,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 10 Spence, Stan .......,,.. ,.,., ,,,, Taylor, Zach .............. Tenney, ""'l-1 a ve r, Thomas Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thomas, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Morgan .....,.... .Ta mes ....,,...,...., Beatrice .....,,.. Charles. .,.... . Edward ...,,... Jessie ...... ,.,.. . Joan ,.,..........,,.. Mary Lee .,.................. Tyler ,.,,,..........,.. .,,, . .83 Thompson. John ........ 144 Edw1n.,. ,,......,,.....,.... Jody .......... 26, 100, ..,..,..,160 .........112 .......,,120 ....,.,..l55 62 .........162 .........239 .......,.240 ...,.....161 128, 129 .........169 ,........192 119, 146 ,...,....162 ...,.....112 .........112 108. 249, , 91 109 Annalyn .................... 92, 247 ' 161 208 256 278 272, 274, Van Cleve, Donna ...................... 255 253, 1-15, Van Cleve, Vernon .......... 144, 1146 239 Van Deren, James ,,., ......,. Van Fleet, Thomas 170, 206 41664, "116, ' 4167, Van Kirk, Earlene .....,.,.....,...,............ Van Lone, Robert .................,......,. 31, 255 Van Kirk, Gerry .......,........ 173, 241, 248 123 161 Van Praag, Jules .,.,...,... Van Wormer, Ethella ,.... , ..,..,..,...........,, 91 Varley, Alan .,.....,.............,...,.............,.. 241 Varner, Harry ....,...........,... 181, 183, 190 Vasey, Chester .,......,... 29, 111, 200, Velasco, Rudolph ..,...,.,.,,,.., .....,,...,...... Verbica, Robert ..............,... 148, 156, Vidal, Stephen ,, ,, , ........,.......,. Violet, Albert ........ ...,. Voelker, Joseph ....,...,. Vogelheim, Paul ,.,,,,,,,. Vosskuhler, John ,....... Voyles, Leo ,,.... ....... ,,.... Voytish, Michael ...,.... W Waddell, Seicl .,..,..,.. 201 162 201 206 140 123 239 .....,....l22, 123 161 Waddell, Thomas .,...........,.. 31, 119, Wade, James .,...,,.., ...,. .,....,......,....,..., 1 6 3 Wadely, Anne ..............,...............,.,.. ,..... 9 9 Wadlington, Robert .....,.............. 131, 190 Waesch, Herbert ..,.,..,.,.,. .......... 1 15, 173 245 Waggener, Philip. ..,.. .. Wagner, Norbert ........ 221 Wahl, Beverly ..,...,...... ........,.... 1 00, Waldburger, Bob .,................................ 108 Walker, Anita ........... ......., 1 73, 241, 247 Walker, Walter ,..,,.. . Walker, Walton .......... Wallace Andrew ........ 163 ......,.....239 100 132 Wallace, Marganne ..........,....,...... 26, Wallace, Robert ........,,.....,.................... Wallace, William ..,. 31, 83, 127, 132, 146 Wallace, William ........................ 136, 160 Wallis, Ben ....,.,..,..,.,....,.,.,,....... ,.,, .......... 8 3 Wallis, Jean ........,......... ......,......... 2 25 Wallis, Margaret ,..., ..,..,,.......,... .225 Walsh, Judy ....,,..,...,. .,.,....., 1 03, 256 Walters Bryce .......... .....,....,........,....., 1 28 Walters, Vern ....,...,....,......................,.., 108 Walters, Robert ...,,.,.........,,,,..,............. 132 Walton, Suann, ......,........ 28, 29, 100, 247 Ward, Douglas .... 26, 123, 154, 205, 210 Ward, Hiett .,,....,..............,....................... 131 Ward, William ,..,...,......,..,,,,......,.,....,.,. 167 Warfield, Kenneth T ........ ,.,..,,., 2 41 Warneckc, Frank, ,..,...... .......,. 1 15 Warner, Albert ..,,...,.... ........,....... 1 64 Warner, Grant ..... 174 Spencer, Margaret ........ ....,,..,,,,,, Spicker, Stephen ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Spilsbury, Max ,... Sponagle, Jim .,.... Sporleader. Sue.. , 181,- ,,...,...111 29 88 .124 189 .111 .103 Warner, Gretchen ,.....,.... ....1.. 6 6, 84, Warren, John .................... .................... 1 70 175 Washburn, Charles ....,....,.. 163, 167, Washburn, Frances ..,..,.......................... 95 Washington, Dick .......,. Watkins, Beverly ....... Tousley, Georgetltifzli .,... Sprawls, Frances .,...,.. ,240 Sprawls, Shirley ........ Spriggs, Everett ....,.,.. .....,,..,...,,,,,, 1 56 Springer, Gene ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 23 Stahl, Charles ,,...1. ,... .......... ,.,,. . . . 257 Stanley, Charles ......... .,......,.... 1 67, ,127 Stahl. Sandra ...,,..,,... .,,.,,. 2 56, , 269 170 Stanley, Diana ..... 163 ........,,..92, Stanley, Glenn .,,. ,123 Stanley, Richard.. Stanley, Prina ........,, Stark, Barbara ..........,. 165 22, 29 1 170 Thompson. Robert ,,.,,...,,.,1,.1,1,, ,,,,, 1.,, 2 3 3 Thompson, Ted ................,.......,..1 122, 123 Thornburg, Dale ........... . ,......,..., .1128 Thorne, Laura ............1..1. ,, ,,.,, ,,,,,,, 1 51 Thurston. Charlotte. ,....,., ,,,,,,,.,,,, 2 35 Tipton. Elsie ..........,..,1..., ,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, 1 74 Tizzard, Roderic .......... .,................. 1 74 Todd, Barbara ........,. ,...,.,.,. 1 03, 168 Tolbert, Burke ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , 162, 124 Tolley, James ,...,...,...,..., ...,. .,...,... ......,,. 1 2 1 Tolley, Willis ...........,..,..,..........,... 124, 212 Tolson, Brad .,......,. 23, 29, 116, 199, 201 Tolp, Edward ...,.,,...........,....,,,.... Tomlinson, Al ..,..........,........ Tomlinson, Matt ,.... ,.... Toner, Thayer .......... Torchiana, John Tovrea, Harold ..,...,,. .......1.....,.. Trask, Jewel ...,.......... ..,.,,.,. 1 44 Treat, Charles ,.,......,..,, ..... Treiber, Robert ........., .,... Trejo, Arnulfo .......... ..,..,., Trej o, Teresa .......,....,.......,... 65, ""'-mhlay Alice Trieber, Robert ......,....., Troncone, Alphonso ...,..... Troutt, Kenneth ...,....,..,. Tsaguris, John ....,..... ,... . ,. .........l92 ..,...,..108 127 136 140 160 ,132, 207 145 166 170 174 163 241 163, HSS' 133 ..,..,,..140 .,,. .161 ,..,....29, 195 160 Tselentes, Tony .........,......... Tucker, Ernest Brison ..... Tucker, Jasmine. ,..... .....,.,..,..,.., Tully, Evelyn ...........,... ,.....,.. 8 4, Turnbull, Billy ...............,,.,.,,....,., Turner, Mary Lou ...,.... 97, 219, Tussey, John ..,,.................,,...,..... Tyler, H .........,...,,,,,.., ...1., Tyree, Tom ..,...,.,..,,. ...,.. U Udall, Franklin ,.,,.................,...... fffffiis 169 165. .,..,..,.16G 260 257, .120, 230 121 , 257 .......,.202 ......,..164 246 Udall, Margaret ...,.........,........ 88, 89, 219 Udell, Betty ......,.,. 22, 29, 100, 165, 219, 225, 238, 247 Udell, Bob .,...........,.......,............... Underwood, Barbara .,...,....,...... Underwood, Norman ...,.,...,....... ..,,.....123 .........208 U church James ....... ..160, 169, 170 p , ....... Uplinger, Harold ..,......,.., Urias, Jackie ................ Urwm, Betty ............. Utke, Ronny .................. Utzman, Patricia ,........ .........124 104, 105 108 ....94, 95 Watkins, John .....,.... Watkins. Ralph ......,, Watson, Nancy ......... Watson, Rolland ....,. Watters, Shirley .,.... Webb, Webb, Webb, Webb, Webb, Webb Carlyle .,.,...... Dale ..,.......,., Gene ...,.... Joan .......... Neal .....,...,...... ......,.84, 149 ............l37 ,. .,,.....,...., 131 ....,..104, 174 .......,....l36 .........l65 .,,......164 ...........,109 ........,.160, 175 Robert ,..,.,.......... ...,............ l 36 Webber, Charlotte ........, .,.......... 1 74 Weech, Janis ..,...,........ ............. .120 Weil, Floyd ....,....,....,,..........,.,....,......,..... 233 Weinrit, Lennett .,.,....,.....,.,.....,........... 173 Weinstein, Bernard .... 83, 142, 146, 201 Weintraub, Stanley ........... ,..........,..... 1 46 Weisenthal, Charles ............,,,, Weisenthal, Mona .,....,,,........... Welch, George ........., 22, 33, 34 Welch, John S ......,.,,.,...,..,..,.,.... .....33, ,...........146 254 86, 131, 167 164 Wellcome Hubert ...,..,.,...,........,., 144, 166 Wellman, Carl .......... .....,.. 1 60, 161, 173 Wells, James ......... ,........... ........,.. 1 1 9 Wells, Les ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,.......... ..........,.... 1 1 9 Wells, Ruthmary ,........... ...,. ,.,.,...... 9 1 , 247 Wenzel, Robert .......,..,... 74, 160 165, 167 Werbrick, Joan ...,.......,,...........,....... 94, 95 Werbrick, Martha .,.........,....................,. 94 Wertenberger, Mary .......... ,,..,,....., 1 75 West, Irene .,................,......., ....... 1 51, 175 Weston, S ....,.,..,...,.,.,.....,....,.,............ ...... 2 41 Whearley, Robert ............,,..,.........,....... 136 Wheaton, Margaret ...... ,......,..... ....... ..,. 2 4 1 Wheaton, Robert..83, 124, 125 160, 167 Wheeler, Mary ...,.....,.,.................... 99, 224 Wheelock, George ,.....,....... 128, 129, 212 Whitacre, Roy ....,..,..................,....,........ 131 White Carroll ...........,..,,.,.,,.....,... 112, 113 White, Charles ,............,. ,.,,. .......... 1 6 l, 175 White, Cora Lee ,....... 161, 240, 245, 247 White White White White White White Dick .,...,.....,...........,,..........,......,. 114 115 Donald ....,...,,..........,..,,,,...,. 31 , Margaret ......... Peter ...,........ Robert ,.,,.,..... , ......... 98, 99 .........108, 260 Stark, Constance ........, .,............,. 9 1, Stark, Mary Ann .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 100 Starkovich, Robert ......,..,.... 29, 123, 128 Starr, John .....,........,...,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 2 6, 233 Staub, Ronald ..,........... ..,,...... 1 42, 143 Steele, George H ...,,.,,. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 15 Steele, Mary Jo ........,,,..,..,,.,,,,,,,,, 148, 149 Steinheimer, David ......,,,... 29, 83, 114, 115, 173 Stephens, Barbara ....,............,......., 82, 84 Stephens, Nancy .,,...,.,... 84, 95, 162, 168 Stephens, Pattie Lois ..,.........,,...,,..,..,... 99 Stephens, Ray .,,,............,..,,,.,,,..,, 190, 214 Stephenson, Dorcas .,.,,.,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 95 Stephenson,. Roger ............ 118, 119, 170 Stevens, Joan .....1.....,... ................ 9 9, 152 Stevens, Joe ,...,,. .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 0 3 Stevens, John ....,,.,.1 ,.,. .......... 6 6 Stevens. Robert ...,....,.......,.......,,,..,. ,,,, 2 37 Stevens, Sam. .........................,,..., 198, 209 Stevenson, Francis Potter ........ 92, 173 Stevenson, Walter ..................,.....,,,.,,,, 167 Stewart, George .,,,.......,........,....,......,... 164 Stewart, Hugh ..,....,,..... .............,...,..... 1 67 Stewart, Joseph ....,. ,...,....,. ,,...,..,,,,,,,,,,, 2 1 5 Stewart, M. Jean ..............., 104, 219, 226 Still, Arthur ..,........... ....,,......, 1 60, 167 Stille, John ..,.,..,.,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 1 11 Stites, Alice ......,..... ....... 1 52, 240 Stiuers, George ..,...., ..............., 1 23 St. John, Walt ...,....,. .,.....,.. 1 11, 201 Stoeckel, John ......,... .....,.,.,...... 1 61 Stone, Myrtle .......... .........,... 1 64 Storms, E. Ann ........ ......... 8 8, 259 Stout, Thomas ............ ............,...... 1 70 Strang, Richard .......,.. ....................,.. 1 62 Strauch, Joan. .........,.........,,....................,. 92 Straus, Charles ...................... 79, 136, 241 Straus, Sally Ann, .......,........,.,.,,.......,.., 95 Streets, Rubert, ................... 161, 191, 215 V Valdez, Diaz .....,.............,..... ,.., .....,...... Valdez, Elizabeth ..,.,..,,......,.......... 24, Vallentine, Ann ...........................,....,.,, Van Benschoten, Peter ...,,.,. ,....., . , Page 324 241 254 163 123 Sally ..,.,...,................,.....,,.,..,...... Whltehill, Charles ...,.............,.... 139, Whitnel, Elizabeth .,...,..., 23, 28, 34, 100, 161, 168, 261 Whitney, Barbara .......,..,..........,. 22. Wickham, John ...... ..... Wien, Charles .......... 101 ..........162, 170 l E 2... ,ag 'EW vC',7 -nl '!?1l Establishing and maintaining a good bank connection is important to young men and women, particu- larly to those who hope to become the business and professional leaders of tomorrow. These young men and women who establish a banking connection by opening a savings account and add- ? know' ing to it regularly . . . who consult the bank about their plans for the future . . . who win and keep the confidence of their banker . . . have gained a valuable, life-long ally. The Valley National Bank cordially welcomes the accounts, and friend- ships of all sincere, ambitious young men and women. NA'll'll0NAlL BANDS Page 325 STUDENT INDEX Wiener, David .........,.. 162, 168, 172, 173 Wilhite, Vida .... 24, 25, 31, 219, 223, 240 Wilkinson, A. S .,..,....,,.,,.,.,.i...,,,,,,,,,,,i,,ii 77 Wilky. Lois ................ ,..,...i....... ..,, .......,., . . . 97 Willekens, Rene .....,...,,,,..............,..,,.... 153 Williams, Ben ....,....,......,. 22, 83, 136, 137 Williams, Charles ,,.,..,....,,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 136 Williams, Earl ,,....,,.......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,, 1 61 261, Williams, Elizabeth ........, ,.,,,i,,,,, Williams, Henry ,...,..,.,,.........,,....,....,..,. Williams, James.. ,...,.................... 119 Williams, Madeline ..,..,..,,.. 100, 101, Williams, Robert ..,.,,......,..,. 74, 165, Williams, Winthrop .,,,,,,,,,i,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Williamson, Tom .....,,...,..........,,,,,,,,.,,i, Willis, Cecil ..,..,,,..,.,,,..,i..,.....,,.,,,i, 120, Willis, Kenneth ...,,....... 31, 120, 121, Willis, Norman ,....,...,.,.,.....i,,.,i,.,,,,,,,,,,, Willis, Reed ,.,,,,,.,,,.,,,,i,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Willoughby, Stuart ,.,,...,, ....,.. Wills, John ......,,.......,,,.,,, ,ii,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Wilson, Charles ....,.., ........,.,,.,,,,,,,, Wilson, Maraine ........ ,.,..... 2 4, 104, Wilson, Max ..,,,,.,,,.,.,,, . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, gp Wilson, Raymond ,......... .......,..,,.. Wilson, Richard ,.,..... .,.......,....... Wilson, Robert ...,i,., ,.,,,,,, 1 23, Wilson, Wayne ,..,....,, .......,.,..,.,.. Winchell, Perrin ,..,....,,......,.. .,.... 1 34, Windes, John ..,,......,......,.,......,,,,.,,....,.... Windsor, David .....,.,,,.,...,,,......,..,.,,,,,,,,, Windsor, Margaret .... 22, 23, 25, 31, 173, 245 Windsor, Merrill .,...,, 20, 21, 33, 34, 163, 165, 268 Wintringer, Robert ,,...,.........,i,,,,,,,,,,,,. 100 153 201 165 167 123 146 205 160 163 153 170 156 132 105 136 245 115 163 136 135 128 160 97, 85, 116 Wirts, Ruth ,....,.. ..,. ...... Wise, Margaret ..,....... Wishek, Barbara ....,..,.. Wishek, Sally .............. With ers, Guy ..,.,....,.,,.,.. . Witmeyer, Donald ..,. Wittenburg, Charles ,.,,.... 164, 165 Wojnar, Frank ..,,,,..,, Wolfe, David ,..,... ...,,. Wolfe, George ....... ..,. 112, CONTINUED .,.....241 , ....,..., 99 ....,......155 , ,.,..... N153 160, 162, ...........154 ........,.,166 .......,...162 Wolgast, Edward .....,........ 183, 186, 187, 188, 189 Womack, Donald ...,..., 11, 160, 164, 170 Wood, Bart ..........,,.............. ,.,,. ...... ..,.,, 1 2 3 Wood Helen .......,,, , .....,,.................... 175 Wood, James ........... ,,,...,,,,.,.,,,,,.,,,,,, 2 41 Wood, John ,,....,.,. .,,, .............,........,. 7 9 , 241 Wood, Loren ,..,.,.,...,.., 174, 208, 233 Wood, Naomi Ruth ,,.,.,..,,.., .,.,., Wood, William, ,....... . Woodburn, Sallie ..,,., Woodburn, Sam ...,..,. Woodburn, Thomas .,.,..,,....,.... Woodruff, Joan... ........,,...... .95 Woodruff, Robert ...... Woods. Ernestine ..,,...,,, Woodward, David .........,. Worcester, Kenneth ....... Workman, Mary ....,...... Worth, Connie ..........., .......,...175 ,..........l15 ,..,...,,,.240 ...,.......136 ...189, 190 219 225 ....,.....,170 ....,..127 ......173 .......174 .,....,161 Wright, Barton ..,....,.. ,,,, Wright, Cecil .....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Wright, Eileen .........,.......,.. Wright, Sally ..,.,, 103, 222, 2 Wuertz, Howard .... ...........,......., And if thot doesnt cover 277 .166, 170 ii. it OUGHT io. Page 326 Y Yeager, Richard. ....,. , .,,........,..,. .... ,.., 2 3 3 Yandell. Prentice ..., ..26, 20. 13" Yantix, Lucy ,.,,,...., ,........,..... ...,..,... 9 9 , 152 Yarbrough, Herbert .,,...,..... . ,..........., 162 Yates, Clinton ....,.,,, .,111, 162, 164, 168 Yates, Robert ...........,,...,. .,.,,,.,......,,..,..., 1 69 Yates, Terry .,.,.,.., .. .. ..,...,...., .....112 Yeazell, Paul .,... , ,,,. ....... 2 37 Yeck, Lorraine .,.....,..,., .,..... 1 00 Yelland, Marjorie ........ ......,,.,,., 8 8 Yingling, Ed. .,..,, ,, .,.,. ...,.......... 1 40 Yoshiga. Terry ......,. .......... 2 4, 152 Yost, Charles .,..,,..... ,..................., 1 32 Yost, Mollie ,...... . .,.,................. ...241 Young, Barbara .....,.., ,,....... 9 7, 259, 174 Young, Gary.. ... .............,...... ........123 Young, James. ,.,. . 124, 174, 212 Young, Joe .................,, ,....... 1 18, 119, 174 Young, Leland ,......... ..,..,...,.............. 1 32 Young, Robert .,..,,.. ...... 2 2, 83, 255 Yrun, Oscar ....,........,.., ......... 1 98, 202 Z Zanet, Mike .................... . ...... 140 Zappia, Michael ........ . ....... 74 Zarembski, William ....... ..., .,.... 1 3 6 Zepeda, Rudy.. ..,....,.,,.. .....,........ 1 24 Zern, Jean ................... .... . 184, 247 Zimmerman, Zoe ,..... ....,. . .......95 Zismann, Kenneth ....... ....... .......,..., 2 9 Zollinger, Barbara... .......,.. 92, 173 Zuicarelli, Frank .... ..... .........,.. . 1 60 MAGMA CQPPER CQMPANY Q CGPPER Buyer of 0 GCDLD cmd 0 SILVER ORES SUPERIGR, ARIZCDNA KEN SHARP N . 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