University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

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V ' i A' .-- rf ex v .-. , M ' . f . 1,6 , ,7 ' ., ,yt , 1 L - ' ' r u.. .. 5 "1' " "' 'w' g Q- ...-T- I .. I Published by the Associated Students of the University of Arizona Copyright 1950 1 9 5 0 LORENA DE SANCTIS, editor RAL111-1 SIA-IONS business nzamlffer 1 b Q .i, , vm -MFJQ1 1 ,X A -4-Q: Y, - wangxfw wma na 1.,. A ww. , WS fy., my W f mf., , ,A 4 .. yi 1 Y,-W, M ffgfi 11: .w ww wa QV1 E ., . A, ,gl wa -f: L' WM .wma 'A in-mf K :A-'Y' Z ,M,w.k y Aims Q32 ff A www: 4 M ' My aw-f--iff rv 4 . nun,- Yy XI. fa wage wma wma 'w M awww vwgfwl. ww fm ' f -My 5 ilgvfw ma? anim was We :vim Hama ,ms X-rr ufrogren is the alctivitg op' gozlag anal the aluurance of Uomorrouf' n -Eixnznsox Our campus today is the tangible evidence of the activity of those gone before - those men with the ability to foresee the needs of the future. Today we are on the threshold of a new era. VVitl1 the year 1950, mid-century, we see our campus expanding and new buildings in the construction and blueprint stage -the Liberal Arts Building, the new addition to the Stadium, the Student Union Build- ing, and other new projects. The 1950 Desert is proud to present a preview of "Our Greater Universityv in writing our history of the future. We, the students of today and the alumni of tomorrow, should furnish much of the energy and activity to back the plans which will enable the Uni- versity of Arizona to uphold its place in the world of toinorrow. At inid-century, we glance back at the past and now stand on the threshold of the future. This yeaifs Desert is presented in five phases: THE PEOPLE THEIR COLLEGES WHAT THEY DO FOR VVHOM THEY CHEERED THEIR FELLOWSHIPS -3- Dedication Who came to Arizona in 1925 and clevel- oped basketball at the University from a sport of local. interest to a position of na- tional prolninenceg who has coached and developed many fine athletes and out- standing young coachesg who has served his school in the capacity of chief football scout and golf coachg who connnemorated twenty-five years as Head Basketball Coach with his inost successful season in 1949-50, cuhninating in his Wildcats, sec- ond appearance in the National Invita- tional Tolunament, We proudly dedicate this book. ...4.. W , Q I I ,- N The gateway to learning . . . Hub of Arizona -,..,h Palm trees and the library O 0 A c ti v 1 ty 5.- ,,.-u hw-E -7- si .,,-,, ,-, Y- M-f"'m2" The Chemistry-Physics Building and the Administration Building . . . i The Arizona State Museum . . . .5 . , J , ..r 'f ."" - ' n "4lrv- . Y , - 1,-L w-1 Vw.-4. ,,-.31 in -, , I ' . .,4 .,: nf- ' ' ' 1. a -H .hx 1 . .4 , -,L , ws W . f -1 y -- '31, ' fu-, I A , ' . LH l , . A IH . , l . I , '-V - . -K 4 A, - -.j - Q, V 1-:q"' A Fw' , About the Campus Y -8- mf, ..f3 ' .p . 4, ' L .4'i45'. "L"'Ms,, '- ,H I ' 'E - LH 'Y f L ' x ?l"l',A .'-- ' ' M ,,- L-:,4i,2 b - ,,,. 1, -- 27 F ,i ' 'vig "' if -, . ,755 ' 7- 5342 The new ACIOIMILIUCAI Blllldlllg The People D .--1'?f'K H. 'ig ,Wim sewn. N , , In charge of directing all University policies is Dr. James Byron McCormick, President of the University of Arizona. Since Dr. McCormick took over the office of president three years ago, he has been active in promoting many new projects and improvements. Dr. McCormick has been one of the dominant driving forces in maintaining our university on the high level which it has attained. Me Presnlent .is Board of Regents Members of the Board of Regents of the university and state colleges of Arizona are: Front row Michael B. I-lodges, John C. Babbitt, Iohn M. Scott. Back row, W. Ronald Ellsworth, Marion L Brooks, Dr. Alfred Atkinson Cexecutive adviserj, Sam H. Morris Qpresiclentj, Governor Dan E Garvey, Lynn M. Laney, and Cleon T. Knapp. Not pictured is Walter R. Birnson. 'ii , ig C 3, Q T. if 'ijjw ' Fifi I. , gf, , Y , X . " v . ' . fl: rf ,. u AAXJ I X H SX ,J . 1 ,L . ' f xx '- ' 1' 1 .vm . ff .b - A ,I W W , .-. ,, ' ',,,' 'J , . - DR. ROBERT L. NUGENT Vice-President of the University ,. '. GURDON M. BUTLER Dean of the College of Engineering 4 Academic Counsel n of the Colle IAINIES W. CLARSON, IR. Dean of the College of Education PAUL S. BUBGESS Dean of the College of Agriculture ARTHUR O. ANDERSEN Dean of the College of Fine Arts THOLIAS C. CHAPMAN Dean of the College of Mines ELMER I. BROWN Dean of the College of Business and Public Aclministratio-n RICHARD A. HZARVILL Dean of the College of Liberal Arts RUFUS A. LYIVLAN JOHN D. LYONS, ju. DAVID L. PATRICK ge of Law Dean of the Graduate College Dean of the College of Pharmacy n 11.11 I DR. R. S. PIAXVKINS FREDERICK Cnomwxzm. JAMES F. MCKAL V ice-Dean, Col. of Agri. Librarian Dir. of Athletics Du. EDWIN F. CARPENTER DR. ANDREW E. DOUGLAS H earl, Dept, 0fASl1'011. Dir., T-ree Ring Laboratory Dn. B. B. EDWA1 ' University Physicia The entrance to the Administration Building 01' icial University Comptroller X ' N 1 IP. fl A I . ','o"' Zyvg .. kiqvxffl .Z HSL "SEAS, JOHN L. ANDERSON ,J-58425 f INA E. GITTINGS DH. B. ELEANOR JOHNSON INIAX P. VOSSKUHLER CHARLES U. PICKRELL COL. THOMAS DONALDSON DR. EINIIL I-IAURY ., W0771G11,S Phys. Ecl. Dir., Home Economics Dir., Univ. Exten. Div. Dir., Agr. Ext. Service C. O., School of Mil. Sci. Dir., Ariz. State Museum . v1c'ron H. KELLEY mx. OLIVER K. cAmuzTsoN DR. LAUREN W. CASADAY ROBERT L. HOUSTON CHARLES s. TRIBOLET A. LEE LOWERY ir. of Appointments High School Visitor Dir., Bur. of Bus. Research Supt., Bldgs. and Grounds Graduate Manager Alumni Secretary 5'6'I6'fd00G C. ZANER LESI-mn MRS. I'IAZEL F. MACCREADY A. LOUIS SLONAKER University Registrar Dean of Women Dean of Men A ,N-. . . ., .ff-.,4v3f 4' 1 , . .fliif ff i V... E ... . Q , wg ....... E ,, ff W? E., df, ? p LL o Maintaining Contact with University alumni through the editing of the Arizona Alumnus is the responsibil- ity of Mildred Morse Adams and Dawn Irving Dollard. : H f E 11. ESM if i Hr is l A A . f in '- '- F Pi' :ia -: :Q . -1 V .. ss: - Q , 1 - -Y 1 ., " -J yr -4, ' .pr . -3 -:- 4, as B K is .- ' f. an ......... YQ ,Z E H, H B . P- H H if in r i is is is ,- E Lage 5 EB 55:1 Bs: '-I 5 mn Q' B 5 in 4. rm is H Q V 'als L 3 ,V 2 E f is i if . ii. ,. I s X w H if-1 M' 3 Nile.. w is 1 m .4 H '! U In lr Pri ii f..N.5-M vi 5 we ,wh a .4 ,Eff I . 'f Q my ' ,l,,i...Lf, NH X' , A. LEE Lowism' Alumni Secretary Alumni . 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'K , f Al. ff "lf . V il, ,i.T?ff' ,, I l fa-f'Nf""f'T"'1 ' . , 'j 5 W. ,,,lv4f x .I ,,,,-, 4 -., -QW... ll, Extensmn I 1 I r l 4 2 - + -J ffx ggi at Part of the Extension Division, the Radio Bureau, under the direction of Ben Mark- lancl, produces eight Weekly programs. Shown taking part in one of these broadcasts are Wayne Wilson, Mary Abosketes, Algie Floyd, Ed Truman, and Don Kroneberg. pictures for release from the University are Max Henkel and Mrs. Venice Lindsay manages the Bureau Press Bureau head. of Visual Aids. H 1,. , E E H if! ss ss -5' 1 'Lf mm i. -19- FRED SNYDER Student Body Presiiclent They 60 vera FORD DODD LIZ RICHMOND Vice-President Secretary Y?"-1. fo 0 ,n , v XxR'7'Q -I N .v OQQ .Q -, Y. '.' pf "'R' L o xt ..,. s ,QQ S agus 0 af? s 90 3 X 51 4 1 If l 4 ,1w-':?,5' -.'r:Xg3f.9- .... - -- YW' A-1, CHARLES KBUMPSQ TRIBOLET Graduate Manager s?2fZ2e,., , 1? it E 4 l Making up the Board of Control, which has the power to govern all student body activities, for the year 1949-50, were: First row, Fred Snyder, student body presidentg Mrs.'Hazel MacCready, Dean of Womeng Liz Richmond, student body secretaiyg Bumps Tribolet, graduate Illillliigef. Back row, Ford Dodd, student body vice-presidentg Vida Wilhite, AWS president, and Swede Johnson, Bob- cat president. l -21- ?n.,,f' Z f fffxf ...Y ..--1.1-,smgf4"" "' - I ,.,. . 'wg-v-mu-ff"" QW K.- wx qvfmx 59 '35 CK I allcf MARY NELL Bilixe G,-acluate Mlm 5 qeC1'G12LlTU to 'F-."' SWB Asricix-AFT r and l l . Coowlllnclioffer- X ' , Y ' Acfivwes tions immaf, 9,4 HLXN Pl lbl'u'u my Pun, MCLAUG ver . ldflflv . al ll , Fmgncl Y VVHITLE x Tiff X' lgicket lN'l0t'wge' The Associated Student Council, which is concemed with matters of student body policy, consisted of: Front row, Betty Udell, junior coun- cilvvomang Liz Richmond, secretaryg Fred Snyder, presidentg Dave Evans, junior councilinang vida Wilhite, AWS president. Back row, Tom Fri- dena, senior councilmang Bumps Tribolet, graduate managerg Ford Dodd, vice-president, and Brad Tol- son, junior councilman. -22... mm E ffzmwwm I, H H gg HNQW mss1zzM5 M, ser? W . fa' Em? E W lg K,I I Q. This year's Traditions Committee, instrumental in promoting campus spirit, consisted of: Front row, Vin Ciruzzi Qchairmanl, Dan McKinney, Don Butler, Swede johnson. Back row, Harry Rosen, Bill Finger, Tom Fridena, Harold Dill, and Rex Mc- Phaul. The afternoon rallies and station send- offs were the responsibility of the Bally Committee. Members this year we1'e: Front row, Judson We1'below, Ginny Caples, Bill Case. Back row, Fritz Randolph Cchairmanj, Walter Roche, Dave Mathiesen, Charlie Iohn- ston, and George Hill. 1 3 1,5- f-175 .xi-1" J P -p- v-.. f F- ffsgiwv- --NN Q9 cw-'F 'QQ sd V, 5-1,8 Q? 5' Directing all social functions on the campus was the Social Life Commit- tee, headed by Bob Stubbs. Members Were: Front row, Virginia Jenkins, Mrs. Dorothy Lindsay, jan Bragg, Sue Walton. Back row, Cary Frame, Mike Fletcher, Bob Stubbs, and Don Butler. BOOkSt016 Comnnttee members for 1949 50 WCIC F1 ont Headed by Frank BOICC the F ountam Commlttee consxsted 10W Pit Hess, Ferne Seale Second row, BSIIIIC Phelan f Flont row, Mlllam Ilarrulton, Ahcc, Cond1t Betty Qchaumau Ben W1ll1ams and Paul R61Ch Udell Back 1ovv, Fmnk BOICG, Inn Baltlett, and Dutch fxecuhve Dnectmg the Campus Chest Drwe th1s yezu was Be1me Phelan The Campus Chest Commlttee COHS15t6d of Dave fwi H .. F553 E ,. H ZS F I Q we ,B H SHEEEHHN ,qw ' W Q3 E I EQQQ H Us wg: msn mmm Bugs: ss E as Q EM ummm 1 N 3 5 Wszzglnlm , mums mi wif? QE 3 uwfnw lmgvgs,-H HWEEHHE ma 'Hess k'mH3 7 H z Q. !'E,ff1,'1 me , f,mv N85 SSS I 758188 Agassi f'me?Asu ,igqwie sf I-leading the Assembly Committee for this year was Jim McNulty. Members were: Front row, jackie Boevers, Bill Kimble, Sana VVushburn. Back row, jim McNulty, Lowell Rothschild, and Al Bates. Melba Shelton served as Publicity chaiirman, and members of the Com- mittee wcre: Front row, Sukey Cham- berlain, Pat I-less, Rita Goldstein. Back row, Melba Shelton, Coty Fults, Barbara Wishek, and Many Shellen- berger. l ukey Chamberlain, Tom 'E1I'k6l'. Front row, Paul .evy, and Jim McNulty chairman Q . on Zi i? :ft r 5 -if This year the Election Committee was headed by John Savoy. The members Were: Seated, Eve Yarbrough, Nancy Fees, Marilyn Can- non, Lariene Moffett. Standing, Iohn Savoy, Iim Colter, Iim Craig, and Harold Hunt. -25- i , L Wtr' ' 'A 15:31 ,FW K, - T XXX is PQ M affix 1125155 95, -ajft n P :Niggaz ' Dlhgfwi Officers for the Associated Women Students for the past year were Many Blakeslee, secre- taryg Sara Seabury, treasurerg Vida Wilhite, president, and Norma Holt, vice-president. c 0 a VIDA VVLLHITE Mus. DOROTHY LINDSAY AWS President AWS Adviser -25- grou 4. yn 'J' t I-Iostesses shown chatting with their guests at the AWS fall tea held in Maricopa Hall are Ioan Woodruff, Mary Kay Crist, and Gilberta Cosulich. E-we thc mnnuil AWS Co cd Crpeis are p of 'lhct is poltl IYIHQ thc story hook thc Plc cl Plptl Members of the AWS general council this year Were: Front row, Irene West, Doris Cunningham, Lois Nutting, Mary Shellenberger, Carol Holler, Virginia jenkins, Canice Gardner, Sara Seabury. Second row, Lora Chiapetti, Myra Koplin, Frances jones, Kathy Johnston, Marty Newberry, Georgia Thompson, joan Woodruff, Ian Bragg, Mary Blakeslee. Back row, Ruth Johnson, Venice Lindsay, Karen Synnestuedt, Lucille Anderson, Sue Goodson, Vida YVilhite, Betty Holaway, Harriet Prevo, Norma Holt, Ioan Tauber. ' fl Freshman leaders . . . The years ahead look very prosperous when the freshman class can provide such able leaders as Iolm Goodson, presideutg Alan Stanton, treasurerg Paul Beer, vice- president, and Nancy Lea, secretary. 1 . y ' 4- .WW 6 " 5, i , 'f1"V' .ff D: I x nf s X' E F " if A 0 ,4- F -X 'xN,, 25+ 'l V., f 1 , . ' 'ix 4N.Afn Y JV' , g, "h K Jim - .Y its 75' ,, 3 Such vigorous campaigning as shown here by John Coodson and Paul Beer was- initial in the election ol' these two energetic freshman class officers. U55 . me WD fmggiiiiftg . 5 -- CAF5 ilQlEi5 L F4rvx!?aJ V225 t John Smith is introduced to his college career by Ray Kellis and Eldon Clawson, who offer a student handbook and a cheeiy smile, These new students begin their list of Freshman Week activities by dis- cussing the dayis events over in Gila Hull. 'KYo ho hon and a bucket of whitewashl The old "Av gets its annual face lifting via , the freshman class on "Av Day. t ' Sophomore leaders F M L' gi is is A egggggeeffn isa: , in agree: NW lm A ff 1 -' ,. ir 'r rf .n xi. z fl. 'bm l l rllllii Q , .Ni 5 ,Lia Sophomore class president for 1949-50 was Tom Ciochetti, assisted by Virginia Ienkins, secretaryg Beverly Clark, treasurer, and Mike Fletcher, vice-president. -304 3' Simian sg-my , , yr - f 5 be 'Wi a i 1 ,f ' e a i. it 1 1 A I n ai ef ? 5 if f." - e - e Q I' Q? A RAI I in I: .,., , M 5 , E. .,.,.. , Ap , p , Q 45 , f Y W 335 .fs g Eg R 9 -' - ' " . - - T1 W-L ' ' , 1 """"' f Ii" ' 1 - 1 :-:-: . 75 , l I xsr 1 'A I ' WV QV N H A -fisis wx 'W ' 'IN e 1 FA , if H' We K:-S " he V .,.,.,,, ,V I V - Q i f . 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Members of Sophos, national honorary for sophomore men, Were: Seated, Bailey, Harelson, Guthrie, Booth, Rogers, Krevat. Kneeling, Colvin, Ebert, Shafton, Clevenger, Schmidt, Yard, Willis. Stand- ing, Cioche-tti, Cibbings, Sampson, Bunce, Rischer, Smithers, and Clements. I Ph... 4 :I-NW. . -..V , . -7, 1, ,1'2'g,Lg,,,g4:.' --.LT f .1-'fbi -" . Junior leaders... Heading this yea1"s junior class was Bill Finger, preside-ntg aided by Nancy Bea man, secretaryg Roman DeSanctis, vice-president, and Pat Lawson, treasurer. M Q 19" 1 3 W' L ' f i V F F f .f, if F B .1 Q moillff if' Yhwf , aa 'v' N J' 'Q Ijxyx . W ,f,q.:'f Q RQ- - x A F A F.S.T., an honorary for outstanding junior women, had the following members this year: Front row, Madrid, Walton, Condit, Boevers, McNabb, Seabury. Back row, Ojeda, Uclell, Bragg, Lawson, Blakeslee, and jolniston. The members of Chain Gang, juniormenis honorary, were as follows: Front row, Rosen, Cruse Huclack, Clawson, Pitt, YValker, Davis. Second row, Butler, Evans, Pacheco, VVilliams, Irvine, Lovett Tolson, Feldman. Third row, Mcjunkin, Began, Vasey, F inger, DeSanctis, Brandon, Holmes, and Hill Senior 9 5 53 5 KE H , leaders Z. l. E it E Q , 'iw fi' ,N a ,I-I l in . 5, iff WEN E K X e-. - ' .. .. 3 . -Z N :H Z . 4 mi - 4 a - E 2133-3 H HJ 5 H 1 -' - - A' Y .5 4 'fr:r'::s::.:.' , IIE' ' ., L f W H H , - 1 A I W ':5:2a,.2.: H 1 5 , M " . , , ,. ,-gn . -'Z-'QI1sff.f'fQ':'IfI'- 'H 5- Sf I 5 " N M 4 :5 ,.:,. .. H H ' I K ' , A42 fail 5EI':': 'Q Q wie S is ' ' ':':ff ,:i5: ':':ff':'-: :i:. 1 is Q4 , , 3. . 1' -' .,. :.:.:,. 'Q Q A if 1-- 1 A 5, B pw - ,4 :- :-5, :.: -:- W-5 V-:-EH :.:- -Z -I is rf . .I " I V- H ai '- .:. 5 X . ---Q' -l - sf m 1: X. X .--W- , e-- .: . . ::- Q H V W 7. ff 2 , l ,591 5 l : :P :.: H ,.. , - 7 ,, , .. . :2 2-I ::: 1 ....., '---e..-:-:E::fY,:g.,., v- ' 3 ' S , . E H 'E:g.,IaEai!5i5i2-- W ' -:: X - , Q m :1 gi . 1 1, l as5:f:5:51'..'-1- '. E5!' E:i":E !-f" "' .. . -3 2 H F' 4 , LI K A as ,:, :-:-::: G M ,. 14 n fx mm is ,SQ 1 I - E 2' H Aa B , 'fm 2 .f ff Q. ,J 'S was Qs m a Q B na " ' 'F if "" ---+ ,V D We-'fwiw . , . . 'Q H B H: Q V . Q 4 ...Q ii is ,W , , . :-: ,. - -ff .. if ,f -I-fm: -V N , ,. H H ' A -,i H . -I . N ffm... . X . fs - A m m - m, -. ' 5, I i , Ai -3555123 " P ' 'J ww: an : W ' w -f V- lil-1 WE i 'QQ "H es 'W 'X ,. -.MSL l . -- f::,i:f:..::e'sas . 5 ' ' 8 Q ' ,. -7 ' ..:.:. L . V 11 - gg B, H if gm S, PW H I- - ff Q , Ag. The Senior Class of 1950 chose as its leaders: Lowell Bailey, presidentg Marilyn Michaels Bailey, treasurerg Pat Jackson, secretary, and Pete White, vice-president. -34- BLUE KEY Members of Blue Key, national honorary service fraternity for upperclassmen, were: First row, Wallace, Hutchison, Howell, Perkins, Van Lone. Second row, Charles, Stubbs, Phelan, Gooder, Gilbert. Not pictured WGl'C Rothschild, Snyder, Cuinn, and Fridena. MOHTAR BOARD Mortar Board, composed of out- standing senior women, had the following members: First row, Windsor, Fairbanks, Burcham, Wiener. Second row, VVilhite, Richmond, DeSanctis, Green, and Ellsworth. BOBCAT S Membership in Bobcats, honor- ary for senior men, consisted of: First row, Henson, Waggener, F entress, Dodd, johnson, Savoy, McFarland. Second row, Bailey, Lusby, Ciruzzi, Young, and Smith. , , , W if , ,.i 1 ' si? S-J VT M gf -W' J :f e 6 1 E , Who,s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities recognizes students from approximately six hundred colleges and universities in the United States and Canada. Member- ship in this honor organization is based upon outstanding effort and accomplishment in academic work, extra-curricular activities, and service to the school. Members chosen from the University for 1949-50 were: Front row, left to right, Irmanea Burcham, Georgia Ellsworth, Jean Wiener, Margaret Windsor. Second row, Liz Richmond, Ferne Seale, Bonnie Green, Lorena DeSanctis, Vida Wilhite. Third row, Fred Snyder, Lowell Rothschild, Bob Bliss, Lowell Bailey. Fourth row, Vin Ciruzzi, Ford Dodd, Iohn Smith, Iohn McFarland. Fifth row, Marvin Johnson, Bob Howell, and Bernie Phelan. Not pictured were Phil Bryce, Tom Fridena, Melba Shelton, Bob Young, and Phil Waggener. -36- .ff A. ,. is ggi' , I 5 R f,- , K: w.'l",'T-7' ' X I 'P .-sf, .-He.: .Q-:A iw A A .ff .fc 1 +sf5fJWa4,f- ., ws-f , wma -1' 'T -2? , s , N. - 5127 - ' ' ,Qi- .-1'L.., K 7,4 'Qs' 21 4 j ' K ,i ' ' ' 'TT , 'K .,, ',x U ...,, E:,L: i ,i:,:E A- W V? u 'll'l'!,X ?QW!"' -' ' , 5 fn F: W -FFL 5 1 ' - 'N 'il ,r W1 Juanita Abegg Norman L. Adams Wanda N. Adams George Ainscow Max Stelson Allen Hussien Al-Shakarji Gene Anderson Harry R. An Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Highland Park, N. I. Phoenix, Arizona Baghdad, Iraq Parker, Arizona Phoenix, Ari Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Education Business and Public Business and Public Agriculture Engineering Enginee Administration Administration Netty Anderson Roger D. Anderson Thomas M. Anderson Wm. E. Angermeyr John G. Angulo Carl W. Appelin Alfred R. Arango Clifford I. Holbrook, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Ar Education Engineering Mines Education Agriculture Mines Business and Public Engineer Administration Albert I. Arens Chas. R. Armstrong Judith Arnold Edward Arntzen Donald F. Arveson Barbara Arvold Robert P. Arvold Harry WV. A Patagonia, Arizona Swissvale, Pa. Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Glendale, Arizona Reedsburg, Wisc. Ajo, Ariz Education Business and Public Liberal Arts Agriculture Law Education Business and Public Fine Ar Administration Administration Shirley Austin Lowell Bailey Marilyn M. Bailey Chandler, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Liberal Arts Education Home Economics Alford C. Banta Robert M. Barker Dorothy Barnett Ft. Collins, Colo. Tucson, Arizona Lubbock, Texas Agriculture Engineering Fine Arts Dorothy Baker Glenn A. Baker Simon Baker Richard P. Bale Kathrine M Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Revere, Mass. Grand Rapids, Mich. Tucson, A Business and Public Engineering Agriculture Mines Liberal Administration Martha Barr Beatrice H. Barrett C. E. Bartholomew Al Bates Lee Lloyd Phoenix, Arizona Cincinnati, Ohio Tucson, Arizona Tipton, Indiana Miami, Education Liberal Arts Education Business and Public Enginee Administration 1 - rrles L. Beck Cale S. Bell Harry J. Bell Jeanne Bendick Pauline S. Besich Mary G. Bigglestone Wm. E. Bigglestone Frances Bilderback enix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Bisbee, Arizona Mesa, Arizona Superior, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Riverside, Calif. ness and Public Education Business and Public Liberal Arts Education Home Economics Education Liberal Arts mirristration Administration us K. Billson, Jr. Erwell K. Bingham Norman Bingham XrVilliarn D. Biolo, Ir. Dan S. Birt Margret Black Marilyn Blair Leon Blevins polulu, Hawaii Thatcher, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Iron Mountain, Mich. Tucson, Arizona Santa Monica, Calif. Phoenix, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona ness and Public Business and Public Agriculture Liberal Arts Agriculture Education Liberal Arts Education udministration Administration ine Blydcn Irene C. Bockmon Thomas A. Bogard Conrad A. Bolrannon Frank S. Boice Robert G. Boice Ronald M. Bond Anne Boukidis mona, Calif. Tucson, Arizona Denver, Colorado Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Sonoita, Arizona Indiana, Pa. Tucson, Arizona ,iberal Arts Liberal Arts Business and Public Pharmacy Engineering Agriculture Law Education Administration E. Bovard Harold Bowman William E. Boyd Margery Bradshaw Carolyn Brady John Brandon David B. Brannen Robert W. Brazie n, Arizona -Phoenix, Arizona Vicksburg, Miss. Somerton, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Butler, Pennsylvania Tucson, Arizona Kingman, Arizona iculture Mines Business and Public Education Business and Public Business and Public Engineering Education Administration Administration Administration cl E. Briscoe Adrian Broderick Barry Brokaw Thomas F. Brooks Io Ann Brown Daniel R. Bryce Norman A. Bryce Philip Bryce e, Arizona Oshkosh, VVisconsin Bloomington, Ill. Bisbee, Arizona Albuquerque, N. M. Pima, Arizona Pima, Arizona Detroit, Michigan rarrnacy Mines Engineering Engineering Liberal Arts Engineering Engineering Liberal Arts ..39.. Frank I. Buck Philip M. Budinger Elton I-I. Buell George E. Bullard lrmanea Burcham Ioan Burian Iasie C. Burleson Donald G. Miami, Arizona Snow Shoe, Pa. Phoenix, Arizona Enterprise, Miss. Beverly Hills, Calif. Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Muncie, In Engineering Liberal Arts Engineering Business and Public Fine Arts Fine Arts Home Economics Liberal Administration Robert L. Caldwell Damaris Camarena Frank M. Campillo Lawrence C. Cantor Louis B. Cardon Frances Carlton George E. Carnahan Thomas Car Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Florence, Colorado Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Iuka, Illin Engineering Liberal Arts Business and Public Law Liberal Arts Education Business and Public Pharmac Administration Administration Catherine Carnell WVilliam B. Carr Clarence A. Carter Haroldine Carter Thomas B. Casey NVayne Caskey Iris Carmen Cassell Jean Cay Miami, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Port Allegany, Pa. Phoenix, Arizona Elmhurst, Ill Business and Public Liberal Arts Business and Public Liberal Arts Business and Public Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Educatio Administration Administration Administration Lyman Chan Ralph C, Chaplin Barbara D. Chidsey Philip Chow Tucson, Arizona Mexico D F., Mexico Tucson, Arizona Singapore Business and Public Business-and Public Liberal Arts Engineering Administration Administration Stanley Cohen Jim Colter Patricia Colter Joseph R. Confer Tucson, Arizona St. Johns, Arizona St. Iohns, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Liberal Arts Business and Public Education Liberal Arts Administration Ayleen Clark Henry C. Clark William B. Clark Anne Cla San Diego, Calif. Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Webster Gro Education Business and Public Business and Public Home Econ Administration Administration Stephen H. Congdon Barbara E. Cook Robert Verne Cook Helen Duluth, Minnesota Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona New Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Education Educati 1en Cooke Kathryn Coon Donald K. Cooper Jeanne Coulson Bernard Coyne James Ervin Craig Margaret E. Craig Donald H. Creeger 0, Arizona Duncan, Arizona Winslow, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Bridgeport, Conn. Safford, Arizona Glendale, Arizona Tucson, Arizona eral Arts Business and Public Mines Education Education Business and Public Home Economics Engineering Administration Administration A. Cronin Nancy Crosby Cecil Crouch William I. Crouch Bill Crydermann Joseph A. Cumming Doris Cunningham John A. Currie n, Arizona Topeka, Kansas Tucson, Arizona Rome, Georgia Nogales, Arizona Nogales, Arizona Miami, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona incs Liberal Arts Education Liberal Arts Business and Public Business and Public Business and Public Agriculture Administration Administration Administration I. Czajkowski Thomas M. Davey W. Hugh Davis David M. Decker R. Clair Decker I. Robert Denny Lorena DeSanctis Dolores Dichteniniller e, Michigan Miami, Arizona Marshalltown, Iowa Indianapolis, Ind. Snowflake, Arizona Douglas, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Ajo, Arizona iculture Engineering Liberal Arts Business and Public Agriculture Mines Liberal Arts Home Economics A ministration . Dickstein Keith Alan Dixon Ford Dodd n, Arizona Monrovia, Calif. Globe, Arizona s and Public Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Linistration :Downey Stan Downing Helen G. Doyle las, Arizona Cincinnati, Ohio Tucson, Arizona ducation Business and Public Fine Arts Administration Jerry Dodson Patricia Dohner Anthony P. Don David A. Donnan William J. Doran Tucson, Arizona Showlow, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Education Agriculture Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Education Jeanne Doyle Virginia Dudley Don C. Duke Baynard A. Duncan Clarke R. Duncan San Diego, Calif. Washington, D. C. Mesa, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Education Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Business and Public Administration Lora Dunnam Edgar O'Neal Dye John K. Eardley, Jr. Colin N. Edmonson Eleanor Edmonson Flagstaff, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Nogales, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Liberal Arts Agriculture Engineering Liberal Arts Business and Public Administration Georgia Ellsworth Calvin P. Ethington Carl XV. Ethridge Selma Euell Alfred Ezrre Mesa, Arizona Casa Grande, Arizona Morenci, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Nogales, Arizona Education Agriculture Business and Public Education Pharmacy Administradon Cecilia Felix Henry Wm. Felix Jordan M. Fendell Joseph M. F entress De Ferguson Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Greensboro, N. C. Central, Arizona Education Business and Public Education Business and Public Business and Public Administration Administration Administration Betty Eliot Phoenix, Arizona Education Elizabeth Fairbanks Morenci, Arizona Education Ray K. Ferguson Safford, Arizona Fine Arts Jules K. Ellingboe Tucson, Arizona Engineering James D. Farmer Tucson, Arizona Engineering Lloyd W. Fickett Tucson, Arizona Law wir" Mayhew W. Fishburn Tucson, Arizona Pharmacy David G. F orrey Bisbee, Arizona Liberal Arts an ai, ss, A, .. s 1-as Q? m E . new Ruth Fitch Mesa, Arizona Home Economics Byron C. Forsyth, Jr. Willcox, Arizona Agriculture s ws Midge Foerster Tucson, Arizona Liberal Arts Jack Frakes Tucson, Arizona Liberal Arts any Z' W' nor mm as Dan E. Phoenix, Liberal Carlos A. Tucson, A Liberal Richard B Tucson, A w La 4-1- 1--,,.gH'5?,4 1 rv 7. .f...-554' ':" - ' l ' lil! Milton P. Fogg Margaret Ann Folger Keith F olkerts Lois Fontaine ' Phoenix, Arizona Sahuzuita, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Prescott, Arizona Engineering Education Engineering Education J. S. Francis, Jr. George O. Franklin Ernestine F redell Jacqueline Frederick Glendale, Arizona Nogales, Arizona Jerome, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Business and Public Pharmacy Education Home Economics Peter L. F Tucson, Liberal O. E. F Phoenix, Administration Adminis ll French nix, Arizona dueation D. Garretson on, Arizona eral Arts n Gibbon geles, Calif. ine Arts Abraham S. Fried Betty Friend Albert M. Fuchs Coty Fults William R. Funk James NV. Furnas V Sylvia Ganz Tucson, Arizona Memphis, Tenn. St. Meinrad, Ind. Wabash, Indiana Tucson, Arizona Noblesville, Ind. Phoenix, Arizona Education Home Economics Business and Public Liberal Arts Education Business and Public Education Administration Administration James F. Gatewood Robert Garing, Jr. Wm. P. Gatlin Donna Gentry Dorothy Gerrard Lloyd Gerry Elizabeth Gibbon Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Patagonia, Arizona Bisbee, Arizona Patagonia, Arizona New York City, Los Angeles, Calif. Law Engineering Engineering Home Economics Business and Public New York Fine Arts Administration Liberal Arts Louis G. Gibncy James C. Gifford I-I. Morgan Gilbert C. M. Gin James P. Giragi Edward A. Girard Ernest Pt. Gittus Denver, Colorado Colorado Springs, Prescott, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Bagdad, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Mines Colorado Liberal Arts Pharmacy Business and Public Engineering Business and Public Liberal Arts Administration Administration A. Gleason burg, Miss. , iculture rt B. Crabau ield, Conn. Es and Public inistration Earl F. Glenn, Jr. Carmen Gonzalez Robt. E. Goode, Jr. Donald M. Gooder Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Law Liberal Arts Education Business and Public Administration John R. Grace Howard F. Gray Sam D. Gray Bonnie Greene Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Los Angeles, Calif. Phoenix, Arizona Education Liberal Arts Engineering Education Sue Goodson Phoenix, Arizona Home Economies George E. Greene Phoenix, Arizona Education Chas. W. Gorman WVarren C. Gott Tucson, Arizona Houston, Texas Business and Public Liberal Arts Administration Richard Greylock Myron J. Grimes Tucson, Arizona Palm Desert, Calif. Engineering Engineering E Y sa 5 E 2 v z J Joan Gruener Donald G. Grundy James Guinane Hugh N. Guinn Mildred Haas Elona Haase Charles Hall Janet E. I Cleveland Heights, Phoenix, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Casa Grande, Tucson, Arizona Hammond, Ind. Globe, Arizona Sandusky, Ohio Business and Public Engineering Arizona Home Economics Education Education F inc Ar Liberal Arts Administration Liberal Arts Norman D. Hall Patricia J. Hall J. E. Halloran, Jr. Miriam Hamilton A. R. Hammer, Jr. Richard G. Hand Joyce Hanley James G. H Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Yuma, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Palatine, Illinois Tucson, Arizona Bisbee, Arizona Tucson, Ar Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Engineering Business and Public Business and Public Education Liberal Arts Mines Administration Administration ' David Harmon Dorothy Harrell Edward S. Hart James C. Hart B. L. Hartman Shirley Hartman Robert C. Harvey Marylin J. P Mesa, Arizona Coronado, Calif. Pasadena, Calif. Prescott, Arizona' Warren, Arizona Chicago, Illinois Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Ar, Engineering Education Busigliess and Public Liberal Arts Engineering Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Liberal A A ministration John Havey Ivan R. Hawkins Kendall M. Haynie Frank D. Healy Helen Heath Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Pima, Arizona Claremont, Calif. Camp Verde, Business and Public Business and Public Education Law Arizona Administration Administration Edl-lC21fi01'1 Bill Helm C. J. Helmericks L. L. Henderson, Jr. W. W. Hendricks, Jr. W. O. Hendrickson Tucson, Arizona Montrose, Colo. Phoenix,'Arizona Claremont, Calif. Tucson, Arizona Law Engineering Liberal Arts Business and Public Pharmacy Administration -44- Emest L. Heimann Judith B. Heimann Tucson, Arizona Law Wm. F. Hendrix Phoenix, Arizona Agriculture Tucson, Arizona Liberal Arts Harry Henson Crosby, Texas Education Bill Globe, Reyes G. Miami, Business a Admini n Herrington Harold Herzog Louis B. Hess Patricia Hiester Donald C. Higgins Jack R. Hight Ernest H. Hill aff, Arizona Joliet, Illinois Ajo, Arizona Bisbee, Arizona VVillcox, Arizona Hayden, Arizona Chino Valley, ineering Business and Public Mines Home Economics Pharmacy Engineering Arizona Administration Engineering Hilliard A. E. I-Iimebaugh Robt. W. Hinwood Chester Hong I-Io Chas. W. Hobbs John Hook James Hoffman kenburg, Hayden, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Singapore Tucson, Arizona Nogales, Arizona Douglas, Arizona rizona Mines Liberal Arts Engineering Engineering Business and Public Engineering armacy Administration . Holaway Robt. L. Hollis Don H, Holt Norma Holt Mark F. Hone, Jr. Bob Householder Larry Howard n, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Ventura, Calif. Mesa, Arizona Seattle, Wash. Phoenix, Arizona Portsmouth, Ohio ineering Engineering Liberal Arts Business and Public Business and Public Education Education Administration Administration Wm. Joseph Hill Tucson, Arizona Engineering Amelia Hofstetter Miles City, Mont. Home Economics David W. Howell Interlaken, N. J. Engineering rt Howell Pat I-Iuddleston Harold Hunn Barry Hunsaker Don E. Hunsaker E. Lee Hutchison Thomas L. Huxley Frank G. Iaccino 'x, Arizona Prescott, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Mesa, Arizona Mesa, Arizona Flagstaff, Arizona Yuma, Arizona Tucson, Arizona ineering Education Engineering Engineering Agriculture Business and Public Liberal Arts Engineering Administration . Inglish Hale B. Ingram Joan Irvine John Wm. Irwin Leslie T. Isaacs Barbara J. Ivey Joseph A. Ivey, Jr. Ames J. Jackson , Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Winslow, Arizona Flagstaff, Arizona Bisbee, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona ineering Mines Fine Arts Education Engineering Education Pharmacy Liberal Arts 45- Pat .Jackson John R. Jacobsen Patty Jakle Max E. Jaggers Cecil W. James Geo. D. Jensen Amarillo, Texas Los Angeles, Calif. Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Pinon, Arizona Imperial Beach, Liberal Arts Mines Liberal Arts Business and Public Liberal Arts California ' Administration Engineering David D. Jewett R. A. Jimenez E. R. Johnsen T. N. Johnsen, Jr. Marvin D. Johnson Mary May Johnson Tucson, Arizona Eureka, Illinois Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Willcox, Arizona Casa Grande, Business and Public Engineering Mines Agriculture Agriculture Arizona Administration Home Economies Robt. D. Johnston Hugh G. Johnstone Albert Jones Aubrey H. Jones Elizabeth M. Jones Frances Jones Tucson, Arizona Chihuahua, Seattle, Wash. Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Engineering Mexico Business and Public Engineering Education Education Engineering Administration Tom Jepsen, Jr. Tucson, Arizona Agriculture Norman J. Johnson Globe, Arizona Engineering Jack W. Jones Mesa, Arizona Engineering John H. Bisbee, Ar' Mine Phillip W. Jr Tucson, Ar Liberal Martha Russell E. Jones Even K. Jorgens Frederick Kalloff David P. Kane Yuma, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Law Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Engineering Barney H. Kengla NVm. L. Kenyon VVm. B. Kephart F. A. Kessinger Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Agriculture Engineering Business and Public Liberal Arts Administration Georgia Keahey Roy A. Keller Roy Kelly Tucson, Arizona Davenport, Iowa Bisbee, Arizona Home Economics Liberal Arts Business and Public Administration Robt. V. Kestler Hugh Keyes D. O. Kimberlin Jamestown, N. Y. Bisbee, Arizona Casa Grande, Engineering Liberal Arts Arizona Engineering F. D. Kemr Tucson, Enginee Louise Kim Casa Grand business an Administr my Kimmerling Pr. A, Kinnnerling Ed E. King George D. King Mary Ann King john D. Knight on, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Clarkdale, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Pauls Valley, Okla. Coolidge, Arizona ducation - Engineering Pharmacy Business and Public Fine Arts Engineering Administration m P. Kohl Robert L. Kohler Charles W. Kopf Samuel V. Kravis Leroy E. Krauss Maxine Kulinovich A n, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Bisbee, Arizona Lindenhurst, Long Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona ineering Business and Public Engineering Island, New York Engineering Education Administration Engineering t K. Lage Herbert E. Lahr Kenneth Lake Fritz A. Laos, Ir. Sonia S. Larson Manley K. Lashua rd, Iowa Tucson, Arizona Pima, Arizona Tucson, Arizona St. Johns, Arizona Tucson, Arizona ucation Fine Arts Business and Public Pharmacy Education Business and Public Administration Administration Nancy Knight Hinsdale, Illinois Liberal Arts David M. Kyle Phoenix, Arizona Engineering james Lawrence Davenport, Iowa Education Paul Koenig Winslow, Arizona Liberal Arts Peggy Ladd Phoenix, Arizona Liberal Arts Myrtle E. Lawson Tucson, Arizona Home Economics e I. Lebsch William M. Lee Ceo. R. Letgers, jr. James Lemmlie M. J. Lemnah tt, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Globe, Arizona Pittsford, Michigan Tucson, Arizona s and Public Liberal Arts Engineering Engineering Engineering nistration . Lester joseph P. Lewis Pat Lewis Marie Lindberg E. Jane Link , Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Ajo, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Toronto, Ontario, cation Liberal Arts Education Liberal Arts Canada Home Economics -47, Van Buren Lemons Tucson, Arizona Engineering John M. Little Nogales, Arizona Law Charles LePine Tucson, Arizona Education Betty Jo Lively Tucson, Arizona Education Gilbert Lerua Tucson, Arizona Engineering Harold W. Lively Tucson, Arizona Business and Public Administration Paul Loef George M. Loftus Frances Long Edward Longham Raymond Loome Donn VV. Loper Carl Lopez Ernest H. Manitowoc, Wise. Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Globe, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona F reeport, I Engineering Mines Liberal Arts Education Engineering Engineering Education Engineer: Clyde Lowery Marguerite Luclen Clary Lusby Warren H. Lynch Mary Lyons Robert R. MaeCaa VVm. C. Maeey, jr. Margarette Tucson, Arizona San Pedro, Calif. Phoenix, Arizona Beverly, Mass. Clifton, Arizona Flossrnoor, Illinois Tucson, Arizona Tucson, AJ Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Agriculture Law Education Education Liberal Arts Liberal r Leland Makemson Jim Maloney Anne Marsh James W. Marsh Wendy Marshall J. Luke Martel, Sr. John P. Martin Stanley C. ij Phoenix, Arizona Detroit, Mich. Tucson, Arizona Los Angeles, Calif. Phoenix, Arizona Plattsburg, N. Y. Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, A Law Business and Public Business and Public Engineering Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Business and Public Engineer Administration Administration Administration Ralph T. Martinez George A. Marvick Mimi Matanovich Mac C. Matheson Frank Mauldin Dorothy G. May Bob McCaig Keith Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Casa Grande, Steamboat Springs, T opelta, Kansas Miami, A Pharmacy Engineering Fine Arts Business and Public Arizona Colorado Engineering Eduea Administration Liberal Arts Education j. D. McCormick Wm. H. McCormick Jacqueline McCoy C. W. McCroskey Robert K. McCue J. B. McDonald Jewell McFarland John R. Mc Council Grove, Tucson, Arizona Centralia, Illinois Ray, Arizona Compton, Calif. Litchfield Park, Florence, Arizona Kansas Agriculture Liberal Arts Agriculture Business and Public Arizona Education Liberal Agriculture Administration Engineering A. McCee Winford McClotl1lin Iames Mel-Ienry Nancy McKesson Dan McKinney Sam McLaughlin Iolin A. McLeod Irwin McMahon a,.Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Cananea, Sonora, Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona ineering Engineering Engineering Education Agriculture Mexico Agriculture Agriculture Engineering McNabb Phoenix, Arizona John G. McVerry Robert Meier Edwin J. Meindl Joe M. Mendez Susan Merriam Ted Meyers ' ', Arizona Rex McPhaul Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Topeka, Kansas Tucson, Arizona Illxcation Tucson, Arizona Business and Public Agriculture Business and Public Pharmacy Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Engineering Administration Administration iviichelsen Neil H. Miller Dorothy B. Mills Robert P. Misner Bernice Mitchell Hiroko Mitokawa john I. Mohr VVilliam B. Moles r, Norway Mansfield, Ohio Tucson, Arizona DeKalb, Illinois Casper, Wyoming Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona ineering Business and Public Education Business and Public Liberal Arts Business and Public Engineering Engineering Administration Administration Administration Money , Arizona al Arts orrison , Arizona eering Dean D. Moody Bertha R. Moore Helen Moore Tony Morales F. R. Moreno, Ir. Foster G. Mori C. L. Moring Superior, Arizona Douglas, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Douglas, Arizona Superior, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Ft. Wayne, Indiana Engineering Business and Public Business and Public Education Business and Public Law Business and Public Administration Administration Administration Administration Ceo. A. Morrison john Ii. Morrison Robt. S. Morrison Thos. S. Morton Thomas H. Moss Richard Mountjoy Phillip H. Mulkey Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Miami, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Education Business and Public Agriculture ' Engineering Business and Public Business and Public Agriculture Administration Administration Administration 1491 Alfred I. Mullen R. C. Mullins, Ir. Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Agriculture Liberal Arts Donald H. Nelson I--Iarvey I. Nelson Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Business and Public Mines Administration Laura L. Norris Harry S. North, Ir. Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Education Liberal Arts Joe Mulrein Adib Mutawall Virginia L. Nagel Robert L. Nance Evelyn Neely Santa Barbara, Calif. Baghdad, Iraq Tucson, Arizona Inspiration, Arizona Corydon, Iowa Business and Public Agriculture Education Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Administration James L. Nelson O. Dean Nelson Barbara Nichols Harold E. Niles Harry Nordwiek Owatonna, Minn. Creston, Iowa Phoenix, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Medford, Oregon Business and Public Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Engineering Business and Public Administration Administration Marian North Iohn Pr. Norton Richard N owell Lois N utting Arthur Paul Nye Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Coolidge, Arizona Holbrook, Arizona Yuma, Arizona Liberal Arts Agriculture Liberal Arts Education Engineering WV1n. M. I Globe, Ar Enginee James E. I Phoenix, A Enginee Allan C. O, Tucson, Al Enginee- i v R. E. O'Callaghan Salvador A. Ocon Chas. R. Oedekoven Iames Officer John O'Keefe james V. Oliver Larry Ollason Dick M. Ironwood, Mich. Tucson, Arizona Gillette, Wyoming Tucson, Arizona Nogales, Arizona Ironwood, Mich. Tucson, Arizona Minneapol Education Education Agriculture Liberal Arts Business and Public Business and Public Business and Public Business a Administration Administration Administration Adminis Richard C. Olson Margaret Orris Glendora Otis Frances Jane Owen Robt. L. Owen George Owens Anthony R. Pakos Preston E F argo, N. Dak. Pittsburgh, Pa. Douglas, Arizona Kingman, Arizona Litchfield Park, Tempe, Arizona Lorain, Ohio ' Mesa, A Liberal Arts Education Liberal Arts Business and Public Arizona Liberal Arts Business and Public Pharn Administration Engineering Administration .-.50-. fst Pancrazi Ioan Parfet William R. Parks C. A. Partington C. A. Patterson Karl M. Pattison George E. Peek Wilh un F Pells ia, Arizona Maumee, Ohio Yuma, Arizona Tucson, Arizona St. Johns, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson Arizona ss and Public Liberal Arts Engineering Business and Public Business and Public Engineering Business and Public Agriculture iinistration Administration Administration , Administration am C. Penn Paul H. Penucr Ioan L. Penoyer A. Norris Perkins Lawrence E. Perry C. Philip Peterson Margaret Peterson Theo H Peterson -on, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Carmel, California Phoenix, Arizona Mormon Lake, Chandler, Arizona Chandler, Arizona Niles Michigan ss and Public Engineering Education Engineering Arizona Agriculture Liberal Arts Education ainistration Agriculture . Pettijohn Bernard Phelan Elmer Pi. Phillips Stella Pitchard Charles Plank Miles M. Poole Helene Porter Craig W Pottinger n, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Casa Grande, Ariz. Tucson, Arizona Nogales Arizona armacy Business and Public Business and Public Liberal Arts Engineering Business and Public Home Economics Business and Public Administration Aclministration Administration Administration D. Powell Wilbur D. Powers er, Arizona Indianapolis, Ind. neering Education D. Pulido Forrest S. Putman , Arizona Litchfield Park, neering Arizona Law Elin Pratt Fullerton, Calif. Liberal Arts Betty Quinn Phoenix, Arizona Education Elton D. Prichard Tucson, Arizona Liberal Arts VVm. T. Quinsler Tucson, Arizona Engineering Dorothy Prince Navor Proctor Harold O. Puckett VVm N Puckett San Francisco, Tucson, Arizona Bisbee, Arizona VVarren Arizona California Law Pharmacy Pharmacy Liberal Arts Arthur H. Rahm Babs Raible P. A. Ranisower Fritz R indolph Tucson, Arizona Hannibal, Mo. Tucson, Arizona Phoenix Arizona Business and Public Business and Public Business and Public Business ind Public Administration Administration Administration Admmistr 1t1on -51- Donald Reak Tucson, Arizona Dorleen Ray Tucson, Arizona Business and Public Engineering Administration Robt. L. Reynolds Ivan Rice Phoenix, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Mines Engineering Mary Lou Rickard Mary E. Ricker Forest Park, Illinois Fargo, N. Dak. Liberal Arts Education Richard H. Reed Fred A. Reif Janie Reigle Ronald Reigle Geo. J. Renwick Richard Re' Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Agriculture Engineering Education Liberal Arts Engineering Liberal Margaret I. Rice Dan W. Richard Royce R. Richardson I-Ial Richerson William K. Richey Liz Richn Douglas, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona China Lake Business and Public Engineering Agriculture Liberal Arts Law Educati Administration Marian Rinear Roy Rivenburg Quentin I. Robb Elmer L. Robison Walter Roche Jo Ann Rc Cleveland, Ohio Globe, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Ar' Education Business and Public Business and Public Business and Public Business and Public Educati Administration Administration Administration Administration Harry E. Rogge, Ir. Shirley Romo M. A. Ronstadt Arthur P. Rooney James R. Rose Alvin Ross Constance A. Ross H. N. Ro Clifton, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Minneapolis, Minn. Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Law Liberal Arts Pharmacy Graduate Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Fine Arts Business an Administr Rudolph Rubenstein H. D. Rudenshiold Graham W. Rundle Rowland H. Rundle Maurice Ryan Louis Salvatierra Val Samardzich Bert I. Sam Chicago, Illinois Louisville, Ky. Tumacacori, Ariz. Rye, New York Clarkclale, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Douglas, A Business and Public Liberal Arts Business and Public Business and Public Agriculture Business and Public Liberal Arts Business an Administration Administration Administration Administration Administr -52- bert Sand Bonnie Ioan Sandy L. I-I. Sanford Kay Sayers Robert Schachner Enos P. Schaffer L. E. Sehaller Edw. A. Schilling 'ott, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Rochelle, Illinois Willcox, Arizona lss and Public Liberal Arts Engineering Liberal Arts Law Law Liberal Arts Engineering inistration ird Schirmcr Harry Sehmich Larry Schmich Nathalie Schmidt Sally Schminke Mary Schneiter Rocella Schoeny Robt. I. Schofield ifield Hills, Miami, Arizona Miami, Arizona Flagstaff, Arizona Globe, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona ichigan Business and Public Business and Public Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Education Fine Arts Business and Public -ss and Public Administration Administration Administmtion iinistration L. Scott Noel R. Scott Ferne Seale Geo. R. Seaman Lila Seidel Verne D. Seidel, Ir. Lucille Sellars Iohn Senning ix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Elfrida, Arizona Inspiration, Arizona Holbrook, Arizona Holbrook, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona ne Arts Mines Home Economics Liberal Arts Home Economics Business and Public Business and Public Liberal Arts Administration Administration Id Scrbin n, Arizona ral Arts Silverman n, Arizona ral Arts Donald B. Sexton Enid Shanhouse John C. Sheldon Glendale, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Agriculture Fine Arts Engineering David I-I. Simmons Ralph Simons Lester L. Slatten Maywood, Illinois Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Mines Business and Public Engineering Administration Rosalind Shelley John E. Shelton Melba Shelton Kenneth J. Shill Fort VVorth, Texas Phoenix, Arizona Globe, Arizona Scottsdale, Arizona Business and Public Mines Education Business and Public Administration Administration Sidney Slavin Henry H. Slicer, Ir. F. C. Slomczewski Charlene Smith Tucson, Arizona Los Angeles, Calif. East Orange, N. J. Ray, Arizona Business and Public Business and Public Liberal Arts Education Administration Administration Don L. Smith Phoenix, Arizona Engineering Pueblo, Colorado Liberal Arts B. F. Soffe, Ir. Tucson, Arizona Liberal Arts Rosemary Snyder San Diego, Calif. Education Mary Io Steele Kimball, Nebraska Home Economics Glenn Stanley Buckeye, Arizona Engineering Franklin G. Smith James M. Smith Morenci, Arizona Law Patricia B. Souers Tucson. Arizona Home Economics John E. Stevens Tucson, Arizona Engineering June Smith Tucson, Arizona Education Richard L. Soule Superior, Arizona Business and Public Administration Sam Stevens San Carlos, Arizona Agriculture Patricia R. Smith Phoenix, Arizona Education Jean Soulvie Tucson, Arizona Liberal Arts Ernest Stewart Lowell, Arizona Mines Sally L. Smith Riverside, Illinois Liberal Arts Max R. Spilsbury Bisbee, Arizona Education joseph Stewart Tucson, Arizona Agriculture Jack Snider Fred S Tucson, Arizona l'ucson Liberal Arts F inc Gene Springer Bill Stl Tucson, Arizona Eloy A Business and Public L iw Administration David C. Steed L'iVcrc. V Ardmore, okla. York P Business and Public Business Administration Nellie E. Stine Casey Stites Tucson, Arizona Cananea, Mexico Education Business and Public Administration Robert S. Sundt Barnetta Swanson Tucson, Arizona Cambridge, Illinois Business and Public Fine Arts Administration Celina, Ohio Liberal Arts Ioan Tallett N. Chicago, Illinois Berta M. Strauch Richard E. Straw Robert C. Stubbs Mesa, Arizona Hanscll, Iowa Liberal Arts Business and Public Administration Helen Sweet Eugene K. Sykes E. Aurora, N. Y. Nogales, Arizona Fine Arts Agriculture Fine Arts -54- Anna L. Summers Tucson, Arizona Liberal Arts Shirley Talmage Tucson, Arizona Education I-I. V. Summers Jackie Sunc Tucson, Arizon 1 Manlt mu S1 Business and Public Colors. Administration Fino Thomas Tang james Boy Phoenix, Arizona Clinton Law Liberal . Tatum, Ir. Thos. li. Taylor Zach E. Taylor Morgan P. Tenney Paul Terr Hector Terrazas Rene E. Terrazas Elmer M. Thierman klyn, N. Y. Douglas, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Thatcher, Arizona Lebanon, Pa. Nogales, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona ne Arts Engineering Engineering Agriculture Business and Public Business and Public Business and Public Business and Public Administration Administration Administration Administration . Thomas Elbert I-I. Thomas Lloyd A. Thomas Tyler Thomas C. E. Thompson Dale L. Thornburg E. A. Titcomb, Ir. Pioderic Tizzard eda, Calif. Tucson, Arizona Bisbce, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Bloomington, Ill. Tucson, Arizona Nogales, Arizona Tucson, Arizona armacy Business and Public Mines Liberal Arts Pharmacy Engineering Business and Public Liberal Arts Administration Administration H. Tod John N. Torchiana Chas. G. Touche J. Burton Trauscht John B. Trimble A. T. Tselentis Claude Tuell Bill Turnbull es, Arizona Evanston, Illinois Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Mesa, Arizona Bisbee, Arizona Safford, Arizona ineering Engineering Business and Public Engineering Engineering Liberal Arts Pharmacy Business and Public Administration - Administration ary Turner Marilu T urncr Ruth Turner ll. B. Tyrce, Ir. Lee Kenyon Udall Ethel Utzinger Donna Van Cleve R. VV. Van Lone n, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Detroit, Mich. Thatcher, Arizona Ray, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Western Spgs., Ill. ucation Education Education Business and Public Law Education Fine Arts Business and Public Administration Administration 4. Vickers Flora Vicitez james Vomocil John VV. Vosskuhler Thos. K. Waddell James C. Wade Tom Wadlow Philip Waggener n, Arizona Superior, Arizona Yuma, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Tucson, Arizona ineering Education Agriculture Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Business and Public Liberal Arts Liberal Arts AclministIa'don Victor Walden Reta Wallis Betty Walker Mary Ann VValker Walter W. Walker N Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Sells, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona i Business and Public Fine Arts Business and Public Education Mines 1 Administration Administration ' W. C. Warneke, Jr. Carlye Webb Earl E. Week Bernard VVeinstcin Albert J. Wells Chicago, Illinois Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Douglas, Arizona Liberal Arts Education Business and Public Business and Public Liberal Arts Administration Administration Elder Wester Mary Wheeler Donald R. White Jeryl D. White Olin J. White Kingman, Arizona Sterling, Illinois Glendale, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Engineering Liberal Arts Engineering Education Liberal Arts Alice E. Wall Wm. H. Wallace Anna C. V' Bay City, Mich. Washington, Pa. Tucson, Ar' Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Pharmacl James F. Wells Robt. O. Wenzel Robt. H. W Mesa, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Reading, Fine Arts Mines Liberal An Peter L. White Ralph D. Whitley Jean G. Wi Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Ar Liberal Arts Business and Public Educati- Zf we Vida Wilhite Lois Wilky Henry T. Williams James Williams Miami, Arizona Tolleson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Globe, Arizona Education Education Engineering Engineering I William Wilson Perrin Winchell Jolm A. Windes Margaret Windsor Winslow, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Prescott, Arizona Education Liberal Arts Agriculture Liberal Arts John F. Williams Quincy, Illinois Engineering Ruth Irma Wirts Cleveland, Ohio Home Economics -56.- Kcnneth M. Willis Showlow, Arizona Administration Norman R. Willis Kingman, Arizona Engineering Business and Public Administration Margaret Wise Sally Wishek Nogales, Arizona Ashley, N. Dak. Education Education Maraine C. W. Casa Arm Engine M. woehlke glas, Arizona e Economics neth Wong Ca if. P . Carvcl S. Wolfe Tucson, Arizona Liberal Arts Mary Lou Wood Tucson, Arizona David K. Wolfe Tucson, Arizona Law Tom Woodburn Globe, Arizona ubhc Education Education Wright Maurice Wright Kathleen Wood Arizona Eloy, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona Law Liberal Arts Donald Womack Phoenix, Arizona Engineering Sam Woodburn Globe, Arizona Business and Public Administration Young Robert Young Michael Zahorchak Arizona Tucson, Arizona Tucson, Arizona Business and Public Business and Public Administration Administration Zern Stanley Ziolko Harold Richardson Calif. Summit, Illinois Tucson, Arizona eral Arts Engineering Liberal Arts They go out to build their own World - the class of 1950, the graduates at mid-century, and as We say good-bye to them we Wish them success in Whatever fields they may enter. Out- standing for their leadership, scholarship, activ- ities, and sports, and with their courage and spirit, the class of ,5O, We know, will continue to strive for and attain their goal of achieve- ment. So, as the seniors depart, We say good luck and may you fulfill your dreams and ambitions. Their Colleges ' 'f L 'dv-A,-,,., I x v I .-""'- W 1 1' ,..- 1 It K 1 N Q In ff LQ 1 ffl . 4 x , f JL I l 4 ,E 1 I g, 24 1 X2 , I W l f,-. 2 ,m V H41 1 ai' w L' al I ' 0 f, 1 .,,:,.:11 zzz, z :,: zzg , 1,.: Y . g 31: I , IL ? I ax W -if QQ l S! z b hr lzfhw X nm Q: 1 Ll M '1 m- rs 232. ff' W ,S The well-known Aggie Building also houses the College of Education and School of Home Economics. john Angulo, Dick Siebeck, Tom Martin, Dan McKinney, and Jack Downey show onlookers how to analyze rumen in a microbiology experi- ment in animal nutrition. J' Instructed by Warren Stull, students Gordon Harland, Miles Oldfather, Sylvain Serkis, and Betty Branum remove fresh butter from a churn and prepare it for ll mold. Speed and accuracy are the criteria for students in typing classes. Shown at Work are Myron Crimes and Jessie Merriman. 'Xb' 1' he constant practice leqlllled 111 in rccountlng lib gives these student booltkeepers Luke Nlttl 'md Mlke Lun'1, v'1lu'1ble training Busvness Professor Hudson introduces his elementary eco- nomics students to the monetary problems of V- lifc-the cost of living and the purchasing power of the dollar. Formerly a women's dormitory, the . ancient BPA Building now houses one i Z- A of the three accredited business col- leges in the west. 3- Sue Coodson, student teacher, demon strates to her seventh grade home eco 'nomics students the methods for mak- ing stuffed toys to be given as Christ- mas presents. junior high pupils, under the direction of Laura Louise Norris, listen attentively While she ex- plains punctuation and grammar. Lucy Donnan, acting teacher in a music educa- tion class, directs her fellow class members in a song. -62 Education Primary education majors learn the basic funda- mentals of playground instruction by taking part in various childhood games. ski am me 'ss me as Iudith Heimann makes her choice be- tween two cards in an experiment on frustration conducted by tester Lee Brenneisen for her masteris thesis in psychology. Paul Ezell, anthropology grad, attempts to piece together the reniains of this terra cotta vase found in Arizona diggings. 3? 'am'-f gp s Y MEG? 5555 nib iii unmar- W. mn C. ." "ruff-vt , if 'inf-L", w-'J Q . 'Ji' 9 1 1'-, ' '5hs....,. -63- is is-X S l , 3' ,redial ' E :fe 'E N-My sg? A graduate student in bacteriology, Pearl Tang is shown doing some microscope work in pursuit of her research field, antibiotics. Discussing her doctorate with Graduate Dean Patrick is Ida Olin, research fellow in social anthropology. Beyond the foliage stands the massive Engineering Building, which yearly sends forth many future civil, mechan- ical, and electrical engineers. fngineer ' Running amplifier gain curves in a radio lab are john WVi1liams, Harold Hunn, Robert Johnston, Doran F raedrich, Lester Slatten, A. Norris Per- kins, Brayton Perkins, and David Kane. "Safety firsti' is the motto of Matthew Nolan and Paul Greene as they adjust the headlights of a car for a mechanical engineering class. Professor E. S. Borquist instructs jack Trimble and Jack Jones about the operation of the new electro-mechan- ical machine in the engineering de- partment. -64.. The present Fine Arts Building, for- merly an old dormitory, now houses only the music department. The drama department is located in Her- ring I-lull, While art is found over in the Library Building. pi Fine Arts Barbara Wishek, Pat Ellis, Gareth Black and Betsy Haldeman listen while "Scotty,' criticizes a canvas in a still-life class. lllSt1llC,tOl llohcrl BIlll0lIgllS looks on 'is Pit Cook Pit O Reilly Ann Vin IIOIII Cathy C1 me Bobble llusscll Ilclen SWL et M uui Mulch Nincy Mali nland ind Cfuol Swim do research on the make-up of Chinese Cll'11"1C,tCl'S fo' ' 'xdc Bracelet. George Lotzenhiser instructs Lamont and Lloyd Webb in the technique of playing percussion instruments. f""""'- -55- . Www, K I 'sf' .-f"'7 .lu X7ALDE1XiAR ConDovA Prasiclent law The University's College of Law is ranked among the best in the nation. Students who graduate from this College will find that their background and training are equal to that afforded law students anywhere. Fegtly moot court is competition time at the Law College. Chief justice L.aPracle presides 1, ll -A 1' l4fq:".f2m2? . 1-ff-'fm 12195 f' E ' "TJ :'fJzaf:?-W 2- 'ee 1'Li3f5?E5H Q ,fa 'io o gfgQ3S3rf While Lee Kenyon Udall presents a case in the manner similar to that of the Supreme Court. 4 9 Y 5 .l, w I ..,l ,, . , - .' i 6 , I ' 1 1 Lt ' ,A ' AX 1 A Av: v - . M ll' I ' ' ' ,, p l"nif8" i ' f I, 'rf-2.-rg W uf' fp ..':' zlz Y ' . A011 I -A . . -1 1' ' - ,, W ,ll 'LY 4 P B fa ' gf ,Xl t In y jf ig. 'lf X ,Q I' f ,Q .1 M" ...lil-5' . WI It ' - i' Q ' 4 s , ,- ff ' 'gf .A ,. , p r i , 'V .1 P F ,A . I .A 1 "": QTQ H? A: ' ' , W M' A 5 -g fl - ' Walter Cheifetz, Robert I-Iuffman, Officers of the Student Bar Associa- tion were: Front row, Robert Royl- ston, Nancy F ulbright, Valdemar Cor- dova, William Birmingham. Back row, Howard Thompson, Tom Hum- phrey, James Gleason, and Russell jones. l - fl wlgglwwz 1rf"'B,1,eve George Steward, and Willis Dees are shown relaxing between classesg the topic of conversation is, and what else, law. Lloyd "Duffy" Elgard prepares a brief while Earl McDowell is proofreading a rough copy. iv-. Siam H Qin l -'Q Law students find the law library a pleasant place in which to study. Here are to be found inlny excellent reference books on all phases of law. 67 - libe al Ar With the help of an assistant, Bill Oldenberger and Mary Mae Johnson identify mineral speci- mens in a geology lab. WW K 7 1 i" . -I "T" W WH W V 'K ' 5-,yu , -1 v. z.: a.: -:.:.::.: -: ,-,ws VE A ' - ' m nv- l - 2255 , 4 - ,,. 1, I v For comparative anatomy, Rudy Rudolph, Ann Frank and joe Withers do some scientific dis- section on mud puppies. Professor Edwin Carpenter explains the famous planet Venus to lack McGrael and Norma Holt, While Martha Sarbey views it through the Stew- ard Observatory telescope. Fourteen possible major and minor fields in the liberal arts are pursued by students of this college, the largest on campus in total number enrolled. L Accuracy is Ed Kingis byword as he runs an ex- perimental assay tor vanadium. Mme: Housing one of the oldest colleges on campus is the new and modern Mines and lyletallury Build- ing, now training students in the three fields of metal industry. In this parting experiment the percentage of sil- ver and gold in the ore specimens is evidently pleasing to John Shepherd. I-i'15"'1 ,' V Q v Y N , "iff -':- sail:-eg:-:,i V ,2 gswiw , ,Af Caught in the camerais eye are Jack and Duane .0 L-A-1-'F' ' . 4-r"": :g Ky 1 Lingafelter, as they measure out fluxes for cru- cible assay. mw 'E "Hey, Whatis this guy doing, invaclin' my morn- ing bathiyi asks the management house baby of his mother-for-21-Week, Dolores Dichteniniller. Arlene McC1'um arranges a colonial style setting in a historic costumes and furniture lab. K anew i x Q-if -, I 'i W il Wi S, M - .., - - W , , ,..v, AbJa'.1cY-1 w"11l" f' f :Hams rl'Aw.l. J'-'5 ' Mu.-.5 soc-A 5-in.-.si var-f nar- .., ,S V ai vw., -e.x.i.f cl --ws: un. M no um.: umm mas-imcss I ,mysql I gli Home E i 4 gg g -, A ,,.i"vj-... -1 e ' -:Ti " :mv Q , n 5 r A fc An ill-aimed pin coulclu't hurt this model, to which Barbara Hester is fitting her almost-Conv pleted dress. ni wus mem mos v X. 'f '"A'M3"""""i"""f"f"M""' - - if 5 f Sue Cooclson appears to he conquering Nov , M '3 the ever-present problem of maintaining -'ff' M- f '.. '- ff .k bl H F -1 b 1 , ' ,,.,...-r . 21 wol El e ainiy uc gat. .-70.- Pharmacy Bay Rhodes is concentrating on his task of fil- tering a pI'1:u'1nuceuticz1l preparation. Irving Knith, Jerry Davidson, jim Martin, and assistant Pohling are testing anti- Plll'QtiCS on guinea pigs and rabbits in 21 pharmacology class. 1711 .1 mm -....-un.. we -f "" 'www'-s -- www-..w.Tg.,- Bob Thomas and Anna Ward compound a pre- scription in preparation for their future careers as druggists. Shown studying the microscopic tissues of Crude drugs during a pharinacognosy lab are Robert Stauek and Don Bechart. 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Myra prepares a linoleum block for art class. to school from the Geep House. l M L- gm- mr as W mimi 's vm, f ' W-'sa we Warm.: 2 nag 5 smsagigsmmm Bifida QW wmsffgsgwfaHQSPLEQWEEES S WMHPQSEWEMW H Nmwigmws 'amiga-ggi awgjavsgigsjs Zeit sg", H H NPN ,wwf ms? - W ,W ,W H as H H ms . asia nw E my miamnim' Essnsmmagsmaw' 'wmgwmnw an WEQBHZH -5 5 885.528 S8 Ev' Km ,ws gf Y-we is Ms f sgtffnsgsm Higgs? msg 'xlflyw -J - ffi tt! R-W Queen Myra and Peggy Lyerly out at Pete Martinezfs ranch watching the selection of Rodeo Queen finalists. -75- DOLLY CRISPINO Desert Finalist Alpha Xi ELLEN GROSS Desert Finalist Kappa Alpha Theta , Mmm H - ,l Xu mx-was magnum H msmmss mm 9 Desert Beauties JEAN BARRINCER Desert Finalist Yuma Hall NANCY PORTER Homecoming Queen WANDA OLSON Aggie Queen - 73... Represen GRETCHEN KIECKHEFEP1 Rodeo Queen ng Arizona MARY MAE JOHNSON MARTHA SHOENHAIR Phi Delt Dream Girl S A E Gold Dust Queen iss? C35 hm ?.iWLNM'f X A 1 Pxfnzf :Hi i 3 my MAXINE KULINOVICH arf? ry X e Y V. Sweetheart of Sigma Chi 5' 2: 3 ,Q x if :wiv 2 X. 3 2: 2 zez i GRETCHEN KIECKHEFER Alpha Tau Gmega Dream Girl ei f FEW,-,. P .W . Q 2 Q sgij E ' I I Y eg-Jr. ll 1 x Y xl' . MARIAN ATWOOD ANN JAMES Delta Sig Dream Girl Delta Chi Dream Girl Beauties X 'Pl 'mx s - Q 5- E zzz :,: N7 H mm: mm an mf mx-is a mi ma nw ng.. EMM N SF mf: ms my xx wmwsm nm a x-fm sms gm a ms a RUTH IOI-INSO Dream Girl of Pi K A Royalty COLLEEN WILSON BETTY SERGEANT Sweetheart of Z B T Kappa Alpha Sweetheart , 'I .':,-:big ,ii 'H as , E A familiar scene at registration is the fees line in Bear Down Gymnasium, marking the last lap of registration. I :H 1 TL K " - ,AQ I, 1 5:35651 X - ,. 5- N - iff isdn, r V,j n r rf - ff 2 ,.:. , r mil' ' K' , ' H Q , - :':': f H 'li . H Ji? S 1 sv :Q : 1::jZ:?:5i9fffj-QgL,i'fff9 ' ' Y' I I Q- :,: Q 5 v -M- :::: Izll ' , 7,4 633 UC JG, Wi ' if 'F Meeting new friends and dancing until midnight made an enjoyable memory of the Prexy Mixer. ..841 Greeting new students at the A.W.S. fall tea were Vida Wilhite, A.W.S. presidentg Mrs. Hazel MacC1'eady, dean of Women, and Mrs. Dorothy Lindsey, assistant dean of women. UH Freshman Week ss , A -mf, Sv:-f,.w....,i-. K W qs. . Exp I Y., N .- W . ., ' lk 5 i E ii 1 -v"' :-: ":'..-.. ' ee'- QEEEJQ-e'iii 5 iii :.: . . in 'Vsf M22 'Q' .Q .,:,:':"-- -:-:- 5 - k ff ' --253'-'I-TJ! i - W. ':" .NSN '-I,-K gli U. of A. Bookstore clerks have little time for A preview of campus life, the Kitty Kat, is presented relaxation during Registration VVeek. to freshmen Bill Dean and Dotty Drummond by F .S.T.,s Sue VValt0n and Mary Blakeslee. m Traditional Day ceremonies were interruptecl momentarily as the A. T. O. corn band jazzed for the mountain painters. w Q., i niggas gags 5. gi 'I wr Mom and Dad s Day BSE Em SME was is H ww mir new Z me is 'ws mam FS Hgmm use .sm 'ns Greetings were extended to all parents by President and Mrs. Byron McCormick at the annual Mom and Dad's Day reception, October 15. Herring Hall students add to the festivities of Jeanne Moeur serves, as parent the day with an original skit, entitled "The Bot- sample their daughters' culinar tom of the Bird Cage." arts, at the Home Ec open house .WHEEL KTWPL THE Pinning the Welcome ribbon on an Arizona father at the registration table is Spur Yvonne Anderson. OCTOBER 15 "Welco1ne,' was the word of the day -s n ns and cl l' 11th-'ld ffo n fa' . . A I 01 C ac 5 gf UL I 1 1 President McCormick and Fred Snyder present and Hem' to Visit their Sons alld daugh' "Av blankets to Frank Webb, who had the most few and to 51101111 two 513315 hlled Wlfh children attending the university, and to E. R. activity. They ruslletl from 1'CgiSt1'2l- Barnard, who came the longest distance for the tion to open houses, teas, dance re- OCCHSi011- citals, and tours of the campus. Cli- lnaxing the clay was the football game with Texas VVeste1'u. x x xl hu it -V," f ,Uni E .M AX V- I x A ' - ,nt - 1 4 I My xpxmgvgs Q mamma , I College open house. . ff' H 1 ' Mr. Stewart demonstrates radio apparatus to visiting parents at the Mines it el -av- Sxs as 6 l 3 l 1 i e S -v :F ,, f",if . K .1 .VM h-.-tain.-...A g1,ff1,.,f,5 l 1' in sv Second place winner for house dec- orations was Kappa Alpha Theta. Hom NOVEMBER 5 Alumni returning for Homecoming this year found the campus gaily dec- orated for the event. The traditional alumni class reunions, the spectacular float parade through downtown Tuc- son, excused classes, the afternoon game, and the Homecoming dance combined to make this one of the hig events of the year. Cup claimers for Winning organizations proudly Honored guests Clllllll clasp their prizes. five alumni of A11 ' sun: Haw gggggiffy fjiigifik- 'jf - -7 mf K: . , fggarikl gsm' N-www . - , mg E ,, 55- E Qi-WW WJQ-S sas ,Wig BQ favfxsf ' , ,M ,fx x Alpha Plus coasted 1nto fnst place fO1 house d6CO18.t1OHS 111 then Glad Speclal E 53 '53 H Wag W Q ,fyyffpfm H ft! ,SJ , . 'L 15' '. 2 K wwsznn 'f ' 53? gf-4-. gl Nitiifife r V.: .N Theta Ghis placed second in Homecoming deco- Mules and a covered wagon brought Sigma Ghis rations with their unique "Slaughter on Goal into first place for house decorations. Line Avenuef' Governor Dan Garvey crowns Homecoming Queen Nancy Porter, Dee Gee, while looking on are her attendants: Jean Kayserg Ioan Tallett, Thetag Judy VValsh, Pi Phi, and Irmanea Burcham, Tri Delt. prizes awards to SP5 . nm- Q E sf ' " ,.f H504 In W ,Ji , lpn ,lr w- W ' "Q i' ' T 'i . . Sigma Nus proved that they could win first with Delta Chi's football scored first as the most their KKCZIII-Clllln girls. beautiful menis float. A - 'Q L. 4 I' AM "L Rollicking monkeys and a huge pink elephant brought Kappa Kappa Gamma the prize for float originality. " Ming trees and oriental lovelies guided Gamma Phi Beta to the most beautiful float award. . 4.4 L ,-y-,,..- 1 31,49 I' . ,- us t ' w -so Spurs Liz Jordan, Sue Hunger, and Jane Evans thank Tom De- armont for his contribution to the T. B. drive. ' Y "WT -Q i X-mas Week ,153 ,i it! Each Christmas the Pi Phis en- tertain children from the Tucson Indian Training School. Caroling to fraternity houses and men's dorms during Christmas week were the combined voices of sorority and dormitory girls. The Tucson Boys Choir, under the direction of Eduardo Caso, sang their way into the audi- ence's hearts when they present- ed a benefit program for the Student Union Drive. Guests Andres Segovia, hailed by critics as the world's greatest guitarist, appeared on the Artist Series as part of his seventh United States concert tour. Kirsten Flagstad, leading VVagnerian soprano of the Metropolitan Opera, is shown backstage dur- ing her appearance on the University Artist Series. Alexander Brailowslqf, famed Russian pianist, Will- ingly gives his autograph to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hardy following his Artist Series concert. f Bob Young and Gloria Sloan guide a tandem across stage as Nancy Dennis, Bob Murray, Bob Herman, and George Eddie Green add to the act in the Mom and Dad's Day Assembly. .s'.s'embl1es iw J ,. m ii 'S is A f , ' E I X, ' 1f"x 33 1 . .,, E E' l l I is F-,gi l 5 1 I . vm E y - T , Y - i.,.:e .. Y ld-L 'fff-- L i rs , ' ' , A 'P ' IJ ,, I ti . - - r l ' . 1 - 4 3 1 IQ? .,., 1 1 1 R, ff , ,-1, :- lg- ' li' lair 1 ii: ' ' J ..fl,',1:LQ, .gy " " .fI- 1- Z V cj I -5- 21. YI.:-, s i H Q i ' if r' . ' D' i 232.125 Z :ill 77.12'rl1 75 i if l' 241 M 2fi ,' t ?:,l:if. 'i . , .9 - 'rf +I itil. ' 2? ,,.. iff lt M -il fa'l.'5 1 H- - ' "Y 'w-" . game WL? and l M-au ' W ie ' l R ' i 2,52-i 5, - 5. . ' -5 - -is ,Q ' , "' ' , .. ' I, l. Mn 1 Q, .,' ,W m on it if 71, i +-3f7" " ' Q- -u eefziftfeaa yea, V B "I Never See Maggie Alonei' as sung by Nancy Bea- Woody Mercer, with his famous guit. man and Dutch Kunde entertained listeners at the and cowboy ballads, placed second in U of A talent show. the talent show. -941 Matinee at llafll rfinv' The Well-known A.T.O. corn band appeared as guests on one of the weekly programs pre- sented on Matinee at the U of A, the student- produced program which endeavors to present an all-around coverage of university events. if 7 ri?- Launching the Campus Chest drive this year was an auction held on Mat- inee at the U of A. Sarah Pulos ex- hibits the half-inch of Dr. Schueck's beard for which she was top bidder, ' while Jacque Wright and onlookers contemplate the damage done to the famous goatee. Miss Jacque Mercer of Phoenix, chosen as Miss America for 1949, Was a special guest on Matinee, and here is welcomed to the Univer- sity by President Byron McCormick and Irmauea Burcham Cleftj, director and pro- ducer of the weekly program from the 'cCoopf' 1 5 , ii 2 1 3 ai Colorful decorations by the Social Life Com- mittee and the smooth rhythm of Arnie Ser- bin,s band provided atmosphere for the annual Desert Dance. am. , wmv' six lv, 1 E, 'asm' my vu- we -B.. fx, Nrgirii-5, Dancers relax on the stairs during intermission. .-96,- sau Couples eagerly awaited the an nouncement of the Desert Queen vi. A 1.151 ser! Dance Campus couples again swarmed to the annual Desert Dance March ll to see the crowning of the 1950 Desert Queen. Myra Bailey, Gamma Phi, won the title of Queen of Queens through her selection by judges George Her- rick, Lt. Col. Jack Denison, Coach Bob VVins- low, and Dr. Francis Roy. Her comely court included jean Barringer, Dolly Crispino, and Ellen Gross. lph Simons places the traditional crown of gardenias on Queen y11 Bailey as her attractive attendants Jean Barringer, Yuma ill Dolly Crispino, Alpha Xi, and Ellen Gross, Kappa Alpha ieti look on. Queen Myra approaches her throne pre- ceding her Coronation. Mortar Ward Forma The traditional symbol of "King of the Bachelo1's,', the top hat, was placed upon the head of Phi Gamma Deltzfs Vin Ciruzzi at the Mortar Board formal. The other four favored final- ists included: Iohn Norton, Sigma Chig Clary Lusby, Phi Delta Thetag Travis Case, Delta Chi, and Bob Verbica, Papago Hall. Han dancers rest at intermission llY . and await the announcement of the year's Most Eligible Bachelor. With a top hat theme, the annual Mortar Board formal was held on February 17 at the Santa Rita Hotel. Highlighting the evening was the awarding of the bache- loris top hat by Mortar Board President Bonnie Green. Couples gather to listen to the music of Arnie Serbin and his band. Dancers pause to admire the decorations and gaze about the Santa R1ta Highlighting the events of the Mortar Board Formal was the selection of Vin Ciruzzi as l950,s Most Eligible Bache- lor. In addition to this title, Vin is Well known on campus as chairman of the Traditions Committee, presi- dent of Scabbard and Blade, and a member of Bobcats. -99- M 'M""'+M,.., 4-.----an-i,i -cs ,- ff Phi Delt Pirate Dance Pi Kap Christmas Formal Alpha Chi Christmas Formal Pi Phi Barn Dance Gamma Phi Christmas Formal Delta Sig Shipwreck Dance Theta Cluistmas Formal Sigma Nu YVhite Rose Formal Rodeo Dance , z H X. l Phi Gum Christmas Formal Duc Gee Formal Chi Omega Cliristmus Furnml Kappa Christmas Formal A E Phi Chrishluls Formal Alpha Phi Christmas Formal , . Kappa Sig Formal Aggie Queen Contestants ,ws wswvi E fx nf? ty, K 1 5 I f Phi Psi Christmas Fornul L D S Infu1'mul .fr iv 'A lliillld ' ', Duc Cac Christmas Formal Military Ball Sig Alph Open Ilousc if L' E5 ygpasnsngi E ' ms mis 1 , ui mu my a sf 7 ,.,v,MMM-.,, ,v.:M,. ,.,, . ns- as-' V sais 5 WQWQ'--'B WJM QmE"2'1w' :ai-WWLHEBIM ' SXSW' ,asm " ggqq .ws -, ml' ' V. , ml' 1' -gm M, an .g, :H ,W H M :gsm :g ig'ms ggawmgw Begg? 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McCormick shows some fast calf roping. , M . a is is is .. rn. yn M a an-is sr a, a is My Q n ni .. is srmm,gE,sssnm mga KN m SSM s M M was ,Q . .sgsmm mms in .magma aw V , W H' H 13 ' im H get E-rr gi fl WA, 'f'4f.:xi ,L 'c ll X -'::"J" " Iohn Norton, rodeo boss, was in charge of running the tenth annual University rodeo. Here John shows how to stay put on a fast- moving steer. W 7.17-Q, YN. .vm Q gg sw WN E was .mm as H his ,W H may , was ,E H .ha .raw was H W 5 X Maurer-ages W-ra r ag? ma-r yawn awww .arfarwai E .W i J 1 mf mwvggfwmn amps M gram-w,gUHMEQ.r:aa iaanauaasfwss asia? E adam , wa 'XM is adm: aria. 38.5 ww agen' mga is srwqs 5 fx E Q. . , I M W EE .X Ewgfagrajsggn, -an H N- H is Q uf SQ 4 '-T -,, ..,j.'4 1 ..', ',a' - ,L 'Hays -:'-K ' ' .. ,,J. :J " H. 1 . 5 M W. S995 Q' is ..q H , .WEN I 1 le" shi ' 'ilu Q Sally VVright and Vernon Mounce won the titles of "best all-round cowgirl and cowboy" by accumulating the most points during the show. Here they receive the victors, laurels. -104- , -Q- 11.5131 Rodeo Committee, under the direction of The newly organized Rodeo Club included: Front row, Kieckhefer, Hum Norton, supervised the details of the big mel, Rumic, Barker, Wright, M. Clements, Schiefele, Farrell, Rees. Sec kneeling, and Bob Gibson, john Nor- dergast. Third row, Dr. Cardon, Frame, Mounce, Sherman, Rogers, Cran n, and Norman Bingham, standing. Smithers. Back row, Nlansur, Miller, Macey, Finch, Gibson, Masek McKinney, and Norton. ' 91535, H PAY fi DME g George INIMQL thl0VV5 tho loop, Rodeo Queen contestants Weie. Fiont low, Maich, West, Ball, Peek Lent. Second row, Schmeider, Heckelman, Kieckhefer, Adams, I. Smith, Buckingham. Back row, Lyerly, Rees, Blaugrund, E. Smith, and Barker. -105- Members of the committee were George ond row, Seavy, White, Lee, Savage, B. Clements, Prater, Bingham, Pen- ARK g.-1 v , pf .- 1U-w,,,.. 11 r .... , 1 ., 1 , , 111 111111111 uv A 1 L 1 M. ' 4 f 1, , koi-. . S 1, Z ra, -. , Ed 5 ir 'mf 'M' E I I 5 C .P 3- e.f 4 , "iv: 2251, ' The calf 15 caught 111 the Well-directed 1:1550 of N01 man Bingham The brouc means busmess, but so does the lldel he's staying on Ribbon roping cowboys tangle with thlg b01Gd St661 J amass 11 ,-ig .1 Sams ..- ,gum ,, ,A , f ,f4'f,5'Hfp , 1 ,Q-K, ,JU-1-,-.. kmkg - Q.. ma . :-:y . ' J f N A -' 1 5? :K N Iain? ,Q M45 gggsf-55521, f W I , 1' 'J ' if o .ea 1 zen .y qw ,Q Q S , A-1, ,ss ie f 6 , n 1 ia ,wife L we we L 14 vflimn ea'- ' i .wwf 7' Juan Nunez, on his way down. Vernon Mounce, champion cowboy, has this situation Well in hand. glad: 4 was-L 1- u."1-f.. 1 It won't be long now. Rodeo Results f The wind up. B511-ebgckllicljllg ,,,.,,, ,..,,,,,....,, T ed Hazen Ribbon Hoping ............ Bill Rogers, Dave Mansur Saddle B1-one .,,.-,- ,,A,,,, X fernon Mounce Mixed Team Tying ........ Sally Wright, Bill Rogers Steel- Riding .,44,, ,..l,. I . D. McCormick Girls' Goat Tying ....... ..... ...... 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MARY ANN ARFORD Secretary The School of Military Science, with its larg- est post-war enrollment, offers freshman re- cruits a choice between the mechanized cav- alry and either of two fields in the air force. Two years of military are requiredg and with an optional two years, cadets may receive a commission as second lieutenant in the re- serve. OfflCLlS on the staff of the Militaiy Department Were. Lt. Hail, Capt. Hathaway, Capt. Lynn, Capt. Dwane, Major Zecca, Major S Major Smith, Col. T. Q. Donaldson jr., Lt. Col. Dennison, and Major CADET COL. GENE CUNNINGHAM Cavalry 'ii w . ,Y . .yi A , VX K 1 X 1 , w. The Pm. O. T. C. Color Guard as seen in the Armistice Day Parade. Tom Tomlinson and Bill Kilcullen, members of the Rifle team, discuss their marksmanship ability. Scabbarcl and Blade, R.O.T.C. officers, honorary, included: Front row, Lt. Col. Dennison, Lewis, Keddie, Kengla, Oyama. Second row, Mel-Ienry, Jorgens, Williaxns, Iackson, Ciruzzi. Third row, Read, White, Martin, Hunsaker, McClain, and Dickinson. N. 'N 'li fx .A ATA 3 av in nu U. of A. Pistol Team incluclecl: Front row, Kyle, Straus, Bonzi, jergens, Ray, Barnum. row, Sgt. Hayden, Stoeckel, Francy, Herbert, Bonnell, Griffin, and Hathaway. ,gr M -4- Members of the U. of A. Rifle Team Were: Front row, Laird, Straus, Herner, Bonzi, Palmer. Back row, MfSgt. Franklin, johnson, Williams, Lahe, Tomlin- son, and Kyle. - 113 -- ' : ' rl M., f' fi A' if - ' 1 M- - a na 1 Pershing Rifles, honorary drill group, included: Front row, Brumbaugh, Ludwig, Schworer, Taylor, Anderson, O'Brien, Laird, Duerson. Second row, White, War- ner, Marshick, Pietrowski, Dodding, Huesmann, Hunter, Morgan, I-Iouseinan, Saenz. Third row, Straus, Clatworthy, Lohr, Serhin, Brittain, Morris, Sidel, Lee, Burns, Martling. Fourth row, Netupsky, Watson, Medart, Grant, Grimes, Cain, Wittman, Dicksen, Louis, Davis. Fifth row, Blumenfield, Harvey, Goodson, Red- field, Adams, Hitchcock, Andrews, Hall, Barber, Tomlinson. Back row, Schachner, Nicely, Keinineries, Lewis, Ramsey, Burley, Gonzales, Augustine, Addington, Sie- bert, and VViedoWer. , ,sf-. .,1- .. .. -A gr fi H , ,,g-: , :.: Y. ,E - 1 si' ra N s E na H. "'i.'I:1.f-- " tislsf - ' - FEB- 'xgffg as -"eggs -,1 :S ,, ,fs i ' K' .35 3 .5 " me lj gy . jig,-I -was is n - mums iw,r,er,'gE2,r, gresmQe,r:sraf we , 15.25 1 , i H 2 ' , i H as ws, we Huis 'sr mam is E: an . E B -A SS E S8 B S8 E H SS ' B SS E . is 2 . F- 5 -w . .fs ,. Sw.. ss 54.5 Q if -:- if as Vg- E, E mm E is is W- E 5353.3 1 .mg V, Dr. Robert Nugent is shown draping the honor streamer on the flag of Company A. This award is presented to the outstanding R. O. T. C, cavahy company and air force squadron each semester. -114 -- inf", L. is. ,lf -ar Nm m . 'mmf gm. - wa' Q E Wi'-sf Aw .gm we g saa- .-.--wwtk, .. sei'- K 8' - .:. 'Tfi N'-N 'LA Ji ...... -Huy.. .2 ,Y Qwv, ag. 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" . 3 Q, W' .J 3.5-E it QQ V. Q? B "' -in . . B E g Q 1 .Y , " gi. If .. ff 1 . Q ss ' uf l ': H M ? y M M W E A - .. X gif-' A 5, M mv' - ' .H --Q --ww---"?5 h fu I .- -ww 3 W - V ' m b '2 . . AZ H H 3 Q T A '-' B K ' -A E . 51 FK H AM , wg 2 f . ,,.-gg M - iw -ii - W 2 --' ' E ,Q .... ..--ig... . V 3,2 mg 9 M W - m .. vga Wig: ff. Q : , , 55-I , ...ww -rw -- H , .. , W. K... I - .:.:,-.-, - , .. ,-- J - M .. .. -- 4. . 4 nzlzl: 5.5, A I :II J .K . Ei N wg... g .:s ... W 23 Q -.- .z w ,J H.,-45.5,-:. Q .. .. N , W f -A 1 ... ., M . . -:'EA.e::E .... . . . 351: Eiga ...-., ,,iL'-at - gn. N, k g t , P .AQ ,, . . me A m M A Desert Lorena DeSanctis, editor of the 1950 Desert, had the responsibilities of putting out a good book and putting it out on time. Lorena, who is a Kappa Alpha Theta, is Well qualified for the editorship, having served as assistant editor for the preceding two years. Her thor- ough organization of staff and material was the main ingredient in producing a truly fine Desert. Her list of activities includes Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board, Pi Delta Epsilon, and YVho,s W7ho in Universities and Colleges. Ralph Simons, who is a Pi Kappa Alpha, served as business manager of the Desert for the past year. Among his many tasks Ralph was responsible for the selling, layout, and printing of all the advertising. He brought his job to a successful conclusion and handled the chairmanship for one of the best Desert Dances ever. Ralph is a member of Pi Delta Epsilon and Hammer and Coffin. Sta f EDITOR .........,................. ...... L orena DeSanctis BUSINESS MANAGER ,..... ,,,,,,,, I lalph Simons ASSOCIATE EDITOR .,...,.......,,,.,.. Beverly Clark SECTION EDITORS: The People, Bctty Udcll, Carolyn Parsons, Colleges, Pat Bunton, Prina Stanley, Activities, Mary Kay Cristg Military, Larry Confcrg Pulllicutions, Annalyn Thompson, fJI'2lllllZllll0I'I-Y, jean Hamiltong Music and Drzmm, Lora Chiappcttig Merfs Sports, Bert Dick- insong Illl'I'lll7l'lll'Ill Sports, Bill Saunders, XfVom.en,s Sports, Pat Kettering, Fraternities, Canicc Gardner, Mina Pacheco, Halls, Marge McNahhg llonoruries, Carolyn Brady, Mary Lou Briscoe. ART EDITOR ..............,,.................,..... ......,.. S tan Faho INDEX ............,.......... .,....... IX Iarian Ojecla IDENTIFICATION ...,.. OFFICE MANAGER ..,...,. ............Nancy Knight ,.,......lhIl1'IlllH Hamilton PI'IOTOCRAPI'IF.R .,..... ............... K cn Sharp ,fe I F ! I , MO C sa i ,,,,-1 r i sfo' 'i ..... SN ,, rt xp l Q 4? 5: .iff 'NP'- Beverly Clark served cap ably as Lorena's assistant editor. Beverly, Kappa Alpha Theta, served as sec- retary of the Sophomore class and Section editors We1'e: Front row, Annalyn Thompson, Lora Chiap- is a member of Spurs. Her enthu- petti, Jean Hamilton. Back row, Canice Gardner and Mina siasm and Willingness to Work made Pacheco. her indispensable to Lorena. Also serving as section editors were: Front row, Betty Uclell, Pat Bunton, Prina Stanley. Back row, Carolyn Parsons and Marge McNabb. Not pictured is Pat Kettering. D sf ,K..xv-I 1"""'-'i ' Additional section editors were: ry Confer, Mary Kay Crist, Bill ders, and Bert Dickinson. - 117 --- Lar- Saun- 'rg' w X '4 X. Stan Fabe, art editor, and Lorena DeSanctis, editor, discuss the cover which Stan designed for the 1950 Desert. 1 Members of the Desert office staff, headed by Miriam Hamil- ton, were: Front row, Charlotte Blaugrund, Sheila Devine, Eve Yarbrough, Betty Yung, Pat Downer, Anne Iohnson, Pat Lawson. Second row, Day Do- bry, Claudia Ross, Ann Hows- are, Ioan Brown, Molly Potter, Miriam Hamilton. Back row, Rose Marie Bumic, Pat Shuffle- barger, Barbara Barker, Pat Crawford, IoAnne Hobbs, and Betty V osskuhler. -118- QC? PF.: K " ,N , . s -4,1 , . -A-..vqHb4'Ns-vw" S - mf ig ' ,f' , V , "-is f ' S 'Q' .ea A-0 L L as ,s ' The advertising staff was composed Frank Lazarus, Mary Kay Crist, R Simons, Sally Bowers, and C. i I' This year the index staff was composed staff was headed by Marian Ojeda, and her of: Front row, Marian Ojecla, Betty Iacka, Lallae Andre, Pat Bidgood. Back row, Elizabeth Jordan, Carolyn Herman, Mona Berr y, and Shirley Hughes. - nd Committees Members of the Desert identi- fication staff this year were: Barbara Larson, Nancy Knight Cheaclj, Sue Walton, and Vir- ginia Remy. -119- , gr, Jw ,NM A I ,MQ ,. 3 'usd 5,5 M nf' : Z .Gs U55 sr 5555535 -ww Wi 'E ss East: 5 W1 deaf hs mm .. he : 9 FQ'-ng, E ' em Z Lair if .ss Q wr 53-,ie ,nm is . 51 B ' .Q 'A Q Editing a campus weekly is a full-time job, let alone a semi-weekly, and such was the accomplishment of Phil Wfaggener, who produced two editions ot the Wilclczzt almost every week of the school year, and who won the devoted admiration of every staff mem- ber. Phil, who is a Lambda Chi Alpha, is a member of Bobcats, Pi Delta Epsilon, and was listed in WVho's WVho in American Colleges and Universities. Through Philis outstanding efforts, the YVildcf1t has won nu- merous awarcls this year. 1 zefig. ' " -. .x za Min . s. i -,,.,s rr A A rm: Don Cooder, Phr Krppa Psr, proved hrs abrhty for handling busrnr ss matters effrcrently by serx ing as the l'V'iIfIer1t 5 business manager Doris lrst of campus activities rrrelrrded Blue Key, upper classmerfs honorary Pr Deltr Epsllon, and pres iderrt of his fraterrrrty F ollowrng hrs resrguatron the first of Mareh, Dons posltron wrs frlled by Brad Hall, who eom Dk ted the ear as bl1Q1l1LSS Dltlllilgell ,::11L',w-ef' T ?:"f'Fq'Tf-W . .-,, ,AL . rf... g5:.:r1:-1...-:iw ...::....-5 ., ' - ,-r f'2iI?::::if... . " - " - H H H N .:.:- SSH H as 'Q 7 -'tr E ffgw ...v.. '- sw, 9 ,gym ,fs -M - -.W mmm ss Passes mpgs ' Hi' .r 5 ' .L E . ,- B ' sz g . Va ,. Q H M. ,. HE r E B sis mr .4 s Y- X s 'Q ,, 1 1 H Q H ww-' V' K W s s 34 Staff EDITOR ....................................,..... BUSINESS MANAGER ...,...... CFi1'st Semesterj BUSINESS MANAGER .......... fSecond Semesterj MANAGING EDITOR ........ CWVednesday issnej MANAGING EDITOR ,......, CFriday issue? NEWS EDI FOR ................... ....... fVVednesday issue Q NEWS EDITOR ..,.,...... Q Friday issue Q SPORTS EDITOR ............,.. QWVednesday issue Q Phil Waggener .,...Don Gooder ..,......Brad Hall ,,..,.,j'oIm Senning ..,...Bob WVerIey .Dean Prichard ..,....Bill Carr ........jack WVaugh SPORTS EDITOR ...,.... .......,. B ob Arbogast fFriclay issuej SOCIETY EDITOR ,...................,........... Pat Smith CIRCULATION MANAGER ......,..v jerry Lawyer CFirst Semesterj - CIRCULATION MANAGER ........ Anne Johnson Q Second Semesterj I - ,M . Aa-NM'- Phil Waggener proudly displays the plaque and cup awarded the Wildcat this year by the Arizona News- paper Publishers Association for the best front page among weekly newspapers and for the best typog- raphy. Managing editors, Bob Werley and John Sen- ning, look on. -121- The editorial staff of the 1949-50 Wildcat included: Seated, Dean Prichard, Bill Carr, Phil VVag- gener, and Bob Arbogast. Stand- ing, john Senning, lack Waugh, Pat Smith, and Bob W'erley. :Aww .Sp ., Bob VVe1'ley, managing editor of the Friday Wildcat, sits "in the slot" directing copyreaders William Luce, James Rose, George Crowe, and Lee Goodman. Adviser Douglas Martin fright, assists on the sidelines. ,. f g xiii I Ai 'Y I ls . . an - T ,. ' 5, Z' N , 2 1 ai H E li mv 153+-f'sZ,3 M 4 . MH .Q .. . 5 9' f as Avsfew - . , f H , -,gf-we - W E, E Newswriters, Nancy Levine, Margaret XfViI1dS01', and Dave Treganowan, finish their stories to meet that Wednesday deadline. Stal' ,WR 4-'15 " KX .C , . i v 99 5 e l .3:"f' I A li Q 0 2 :EE F . V row, Anne Iohnson and jackie DeBolt. Back row, B1 Hall fseeond semester business managerj, Don Good ffirst semester business managerj, and jim Holmes. -122- The Wildcat advertising staff was composed of: Fro md Help Members of the circulation staff were: Front row, Holnar, Hobbs, Peek, DeBolt. Second row, Graves, Wright, Andre, jacka, and johnson, circulation mana- ger. Back row, Clore, Backart, WVilson, Parkin, Downer, and Redfield. YViildcat secretaries this year in- cluded: Front row, Margene Morris, jackie DeBolt. Back row, Elizabeth Alcorn, jean Peek, and Eve Yarbrough. '1 F 'ttf Kitty Kat Colin Edmonson was appointed editor of the Kitty Kat this year and produced six editions, including the official rodeo program. Colin, who previously had served as associate editor of the renovated humor mag- azine, proved his ability and did a fine job in present- ing the brighter side of college life in his Kitty Kat. An English major, from Nogales, Colin is a member of Pi Delta Epsilon and served as president of Hammer and Coffin. Energetic and enthusiastic describe Jody Thompson, who held the position of business manager of the 1949-50 Kitty Kat. Besides handling the countless problems that accompany advertising, Iody took time to attend regularly the meetings of Spurs and Pi Delta Epsilon, as well as to capture the title of Commerce Queen. A Kappa Kappa Gamma and a native of Tucson, Iodyis hard work helped make this year's Kitty Kat one of the most attractive ever. -124- Staff EDITOR ..............,....................... Colin Edmonson BUSINESS MANAGER ..,.........,... Jody Thompson MAKE-UP EDITOR ........ ,......... B etty Bayne FEATURE EDITOR ...................... George Crowe EXCHANGE EDITOR ............ Kathleen McNabb CIRCULATION MANAGER .......,.. Roger Alison PHOTOCRAPI-IERS.,Dick Kinney, Pete Howell ART EDITOR ...........................,...... Brice Schuller FACULTY ADVISER .........,,....,.. Melvin T. Solve 22- Members of the editorial staff Were: Front row, Marty Thomas, Nancy Cal- vin, Kathleen McNabb, Jody Thomp- son. Back row, Virginia Ienkins, Bet- ty Baync, Colin Edmonson, editor, and Gloria Sloan. Members of thc business staff were: First row, Martha Wilson, Dick Kiney, Miliana Drachman. Second row, Don Knotts, Barbara Lent. and Frank Drachman. Y c:,,,,gQ,5qs awsfighg, .M Mt"':1-- fr-.N1r.gW'sewfSvEgQ ,ef H ,sv 1 ..r' N. N.. Qi.. Kitty Km? secretaries Were: Front row, Cotten, Howsare, XVire, Butcher, Da- vis, L2lZH1'1', Simmons. Second row, Parsons, VVilson, V. Lent, Powers, Cur- rie, Baumgartner, Reynolds. Third row, Coultard, Abrams, F lickinger, Scott, Black, Paxton, XVeir, Roads. Back row, Pomeroy, Puelle, Hill, Wil- son, VVhittington, Moore, Elsea, Kelly, and O,Keefe. Not pictured is Kathy Johnston, office manager. 125 - Under the inspiring counsel and guidance of Douglas Martin, professor of journalism, the VVildcat staff has put out a nationally high-rank- ing campus newspaper. Mr. lNfIartin's outstand- ing journalistic career has well prepared him for X his position as Wildcat adviser. gm H R' V I Don Phillips was Desert Adviser and Chairman of the Board of Publications again this year. With his knowledge of the campus and his warm friendly interest, he was a continual source of H A encouragement to the staff. Through his inter- est in publications, he has won many honors, including the Helms Foundation Award in 1947 for outstanding achievement in sports publicity. is , "mu MBPS taxa ,4v This yearis Board of Publications was composed of: Front row, Colin Edmonson, Jody Thomp- son, Ralph Simons, Lorena DeSanctis, Fred Snyder. Back row, Mr. Douglas Martin, Mr. Don Phillips, and Stub Ashcraft. Not pictured were Phil Waggener and Don Cooder. -126- . , ..- --a.,..a,,,.s2 , X I aff' l swsmwk HB5-4. UCB F155 ' ' IV ,. 33- ,QT nf. "P V 'Z' ' . ...e ,il M'-51. 3 P, L. R i T, P . 1' " W-1 f V .. Red Cross "' WM J Hard at Work makrng plans for the Red C1 oss s Annalyn Thompson is shown donating blood during busy year are Helen Hunt motor corps head the fall Blood Bank drive, one of many prolects Dave Feldman publicity cl1'u1m'm Mis Me sponsored by the Red Cross. Representing Mat teel 'lClV1S61, and Helen Moore staff chfurman inee at the U of A is Irmanea Burcham. Serving as Red Cross officers this year Were: Front row, Kathleen McNabb, vice-president, Mrs. Meteer, adviser, Sue Goodson, recording secretary. Back row, Brad Tolson, president, Sue Gillespie, treasurer, Pat Blanc, corre- sponding secretary, and Tom Hood, vice-president. Not pictured is jack Waugh, treasurer. - 128- Wran I - Traditionally big sisters to the frosh, credit goes to the WVranglers for making every new freshman girl feel at home on our campus. In addition to this, their activi- ties include serving at the Dean of Wom- enis tea aand assisting at the prexy mixer and coed capers. These upper class women are chosen each spring by their hall head residents on the basis of their friendliness and leadership. Wranglers Betty Scott and Pat Culling assist a 11-io of freshman girls with their registration problems. Members of the Wranglers for this year were: First row, Huskeson, Holt Cpresidentj, Culling, Hightower, H. Wood, N. Wood, Bullock, Crispino, Beck, B1'i1l1Ul'Il. Second row, Strassburger, Whitla, Henderson, Mat- lock, Allen, Doak, Levine, Kersh, Rutherford, Cassell. Third row, Dunnam, Scott, Seale, Schmidt, de Lion, Prevo, Pullen, Abell, Kline, I-Ieyer, Campbell. Fourth row, Simons, Robertson, VVuertz, Newberry, Bradshaw, Gleeson, Peebles, MeGeorge, Owens. Back row, Klug, West, Leonard, Kime, Terry, Mrs. Lindsay, Fees, Mad- rid, Brown, Baron, and Romero. E -129- DRIVING 'HOME P ww ro cur Expenses as V Iqlq SHARE YOUR CAR MTH A Q ,,,: g FEL Low sruoem f ' REGISTER AT mc TRAVEL auwsnu ' ' HASEMEHY OLD Mun 9120-lofao 12:20-mo " Jznu-ana I ' fi ' -1 ,. 'I , N Q it . ,, K E For both Christmas and Easter vacations the Campus Y sponsored a travel bureau for those desiring transportation. Shown at Work are Shirley Brazie, Bernard Phelan, XVanda Olson, and Roger Lewis. 60:07 With about five hundred participating in the activities sponsored by the Campus Y, this newly formed group proved of real value to the U of A. In addition to their regular Thursday night recreational pro- grams at the Y, their accomplishments were many and included the D. P. drive and the vacation travel bureaus. ,K-JL ,, - I V I QP, , , f , 1 I' , 1' , vp., , The executive council of the Campus Y included: Front row, Keith Meenan, vice-president for men, Rose- mary Piumicg Sheila Devine, Ann Hummel, vice-president for women, julia Money, secretary, Tom Clagett, president. Back row, Bob Seihert, jean Morton, staff, Mary Kay Crist, Kathryn Iohnston, treasurer, and Ber- nard Phelan. Ramblers this year was composed of: Front row, Ruth Catsiff, Nancy Miller, Mildred Levine, Frances Sprawls, Corinne Latourrette, Charmion Randolph. Second row, Fred Mercier, Suzanne Pratt, Betty Mulkins, Patricia Sweeney, Charlotte Leader. Third row, Stanton Shannon, Elton Buell, Dick Knuppenberger, Kenneth Dyer, Doug Hoag, Back row, jim Leader, I-Ial Potter, Howard Douglas, Bill McDonald, Paul Sweeney, and Bernie Phelan. Ramb rs The only prerequisite for membership in Ramblers, Arizonais hiking club, is an incurable Wanderlust. Ramblers departed regularly each Sunday for many points of interest in the South- west, including Miller Peak, Mt. Lem- mon, and Baboquivari Peak. The Rambler pin identifies those who have tramped on a required number of hikes. Ramblers, officers were: Ruth Catsiff, vice-president, jim Gibron, president, and Mildred Levine, secretary. - w",-115 .Yki Club r fd! C? T., to ""' l-an 1 - filwefii J 'lk si ' X. 4 g , 9 ,,. ,gmiwggw V 3 355:2- . x This year's Ski Club included: First row, Iean Arnold, Mary Fennemore, Barbara Larson, jean Durand, Prina Stanley. Second row, Ayleen Clark, Paul Bee1', Marshall Knoles, Anne Hummel, Louise VV agner, Kathryn Iohnston. Back row, Robert Iantzen, Chuck Regester, Teddy Cohn, John Ageton, and Arve Michelson. The University of Arizona Ski Team, which represented the uni- versity at various ski meets, was composed of: Front row, Har- old Johnson, Hap Hubbard, Marshall Knoles. Back row, Bob Charles, Ski Club president, and Durk Rotty. With Mt. Lemmonis trails and ski tow little more than an hour away, the Ski Club, with its membership of over one hundred enthusiastic mem- bers, Was one of the most active groups on campus. The club-spon- sored ski team represented Arizona at Denver and Flagstaff meets. -132- fo wnsmea wx X x X 4. 4 X tl X N1 x Y ' 'X Members of Townsmen this year Were: First row, Post, Moran, jewett, Shane, O,B1'iG1l, Augustine, Lombardo, Berliuski, Dalton, Anderson, Burch, Leon. Second row, VV allace, Zellar, Franklin, Whar- ton, Goodfarb, Craw, Yeager. Third row, Padilla, Banks, Read, Booth, Marsh, Langlois, Sichel F eltlman, Mattson, Scibert, Hall. Fourth row, Ouellette, Solomon, Rounds, Houck, Thompson, Kauff: man, F ranz. Back row, North, Phelan, Heidy, Haga, G. F. Herrick Cadviser emeritusl, Capt. WV j. Lynn Cadviserj, DuPuis, Ludwig, Alderton, and Stutz. Officers of Townsmen were: Laurie Houck, secretary, lim Reidv president, and Bob Stutz, vice-president. Townsmen, a social and service organization for Tucson men, spent an active year. Provision of A-Day transportation and lending a helping hand to in coming students-these men gave service at all times and whenever needed. Often they could be found at the blood bank giving donations, one of their yearis projects. f' were fx ALPHA PHI OMEGA, national service honorary fraternity, was installed at the Univer- sity on November 8, 1949. During the year, this group sponsored various service proj- ects, among these were the "Ugly Man Contestv in conjunction with the Red Cross drive, and the information booths for registration. Members were: Front row, Richersou, Clark, Gardner, Black, Lewis, Underwood, Wachsmann, Nohlechek, Detwiler, Weaver. Second row, Christianson, Stacey, Over, Snider, Terry, jones, Schneider, Thomy. Third row, Brown, Lindamood, Maxwell, Park, Powdrill, and Evenchik. The PAN-AMERICAN LEAGUE is organized with the noble purpose of fostering closer relations between the peoples of this country and its neighbors to the South. During the year various festivals and parties are held. Members included the fol- lowing: Front row, Meosano Guillermo, Catherine Austin, Dora Lopez, Marilyn Schneider, Eugene Chang-Rodriguez. Second row, Juan Nunez, Lucille High, Alice Shull, Alice Ridgeway, Keith Haymond. Back row, Consuelo Soto, Lora Chiappetti, Lucille Sellars, and Bill Downs. - 134- mal ms mu ms 1 f -up v Q..- gf 'I me b H Nw ,V ,W nm xx wx Nt 5. fi 3 'f FA . , , -Q- --.M , was REQ! -X Band -r , ,.5.,l't:"i A? V E . WZHQ. akf- '- KMFM. ,W utxdgx .M- MHZ if is me S if-is x - awww tw 1 and f S X . ' . , , . SM .M ,, ,, If iw? ' Y JS-1. w U32 isa g-mf: ,. i emi' . . E SAIWUEL S. FAIN Bond Director The University Concert Band, with eighty-five members this year, played in a two-hour concert in the University Auditorium, and presented two outdoor concerts on the library steps. The Concert Band also Went on tours to eight different high schools in the southern part of the state. In addition, they played at the Baccalaureate and Commence- ment programs. This year Arizona pointed with pride to its Marching Bandg larger than in the past and Wearing new uniforms, the all- male Marching Band played for all home football games and for the game in Tempe, as well as for rallies and other activities. A comedy Pep Band of ten members also did a great deal toward arousing school spirit among the spec- tators at the football games through their comic renditions of German, Irish, and Spanish folksongs. sw grae , ! 4 l 1 4 With a list of achievements such as tours and concerts, the University Concert Band Winds up a successful season. --136 - Q, PPIIL BRYCE Twirler an xl wiv NEW ' wg .Ag mx a wx be a ss fa - me ss mu , H . us Q -- 1 , 1 ,Y 2,7-?.T,-,Qt-.1:!55f-.Er H...-:av V r. ,I The one hundred members of the combined A Capella Choir and Women's Clee Club began the year with a perform- ance Mother and Dad's Day and then set to work on the annual "Messiah.,' Under the direction of Lyle M. Young, the choir made transcriptions for Radio Bureau broadcasts, sang in the cantata, 'KKing Olaff, and in the spring presentation of the operetta, "Arizona, Hi-Hof, their Starting the year with only six mem- bers, the Menis Glee Club has grown to thirty-four tenor, baritone, and bass voices. During its first year, this all- campus choral group, under the direc- tion of Loren E. Hollenbeck, sang for the VVomen's Club, Kiwanis Club, at the School for the Deaf and Blind, and contributed their Work to the drive for the Crippled Children's Fund. In the spring they sang in "Arizona, Hi-Ho," and began making plans for next year when they plan to sing at all home football and basket- ball games. -138- Wchestra For the first time in the history of the University an all-school orchestra with sixty-five members was or- ganized this year. In past years, the orchestra has been restricted to music students only. On April 20, a full-length concert was presented in the University auditorium, and plans for next year include an even greater expansion of the University orchestra and more extensive symphonic work. GEORGE LOTZENHISER Conductor The newly formed symphony orchestra was composed of students from all colleges and departments of the University -139- Drama This yearis dramatic season was a highly successful one for Herring Hall. Productions of comedy, melo- drama, and tragedy Were directed by Peter R. Mar- roney, backed by settings designed by Robert Bur- roughs, lighting by Glenn A. Baker, and set off by the brilliant authentic costumes created under the direc- tion of Mrs. Fairfax VValkup. The season was marked by the premier presentation of 'jade Braceletf' Writ- ten by Mrs. Walkup, assistant professor of drama, with music by Dean Olaf A. Andersen. Over sixty different costumes of the 15th century were displayed in "Rich- ard II," and the professional treatment of sets in the 'KShop at Sly Corner" drew many Words of praise from the critics. Professional interpretation of leading roles and the Well-played supporting parts justified the many complimentary reviews which the Drama de- partment received during the year. ln fi' Peter Pt. Marroney, as head of the Drama directed all the major productions this year and vised the University Pxadio Workshop. R b C. B " hs art director, discusses a lighting Mrs. Fairfax P. Walkup, costume supervisor, and 0 eit uuoug , ioblem with Glenn A Baker technical director Peggy Kellner, her assistant, discuss one of the thirty P ' t i ' . , costumes worn in jade Bracelet' TI-IE LATE Ci-11us'1'oP1-rim BEAN This Yankee comedy centers around the paintings which have been left Abby by her father and the many de- vious schemes devised by art dealers to steal them away from her. Abby Was portrayed by Mary I-Iann. Others in the cast were Cleft to rightj Pat Cook, Ellis Babb, Ruth Borchardt, VVadsworth Taylor, Cliff Stillinger, Harlin Cook, Bill Needham, and Billie VVharton. THE SHOP AT SLY CORNER In a tense moment in this mystery melodrama, Bill Spies gasps, "What do you Want? What do you want?,' as he Whirls to find that Iohn Simley has discovered that he is a "fence" for stolen gold. MARY OF SCOTLAND A point of climax is reached as Mary's secretary is slain by her jealous hus- band, who is unwittingly aiding the plot of the Scottish lords to overthrow the Queen and place her in the hands of Elizabeth of England. e P? L title r0lCf Gross 10 the Harlifl C00 lngliamv and -142- Every one of the technical stuff was kept busy preparing the set and props for "Jade Braceletf' Shown here are Anne Van Horn, Evelyn Potter. Don Hansen, Bobbie Russell, Sue Dono- hoe, Don Confer, Sue Meyer, Pat Genematas, and Thorny Garst. Members of the costume crew for "Jade B1'2'lCGlCt,,, Sonia Klein, Sally Alexander, Connie Ross, and lean Clark, put the finishing touches on costumes for Algernon Floyd and Bill Needham. . tion 0' k Bill 6 remief Qlodugl VGWG C00 7 . 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Housing rallies and station send-offs for the team were part of the committee's big cam- paign to stimulate college spirit. Arizona hoopsters pause aftu giving 1 rousing student cheer at Congress 'uid Stone, the heart of a football iallw C1 epe paper streamers, convertibles, and lots of pep complete the requirements for a successful afternoon yell session. nd .Yell Kings... Leading the cheers for 1949-50 were Bill s 'L .. X Turnbull, Bud Wiener, Dave Evans i W "H fhead cheerleaclerl, Bob Hayes, and nf jim Medart. X' ' Y is 1 , A , 7' bees. F M M" Tim -'i Af' ,Z- .. ,. ,. Q , , .A ' , V - .V ' 'sa -A.. i,-, f .. " ,, ,:,:l9f,j--"53'.f,2f vi' ' -f , . f ' ' ,. -1, ,mf-1' ' wr' -, -',,fg..,7T,,,q,w.,,,7f - ' f' . ,-'iff i NA V' j ' x , ' get . ,, A . -., ' , ,.,L, 5' ' .,'f 4-'., ,Q-'If-I' , . 1 . 'J V . . . 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A veteran of professional football and high school coaching, Winslow was graduated from USC in 1940, Whe1'e he won three letters each in football and baseball. In his first season at the helm of the VVildcats, Winslow guided his charges to two victories and one tie in a schedule which included all the top teams in the Border Conference, as well as four tough intersectional foes. Senior members of the 1949 squid included: Front row, Loef, Hunsaker, Bing- h lm Woodburn Murphy Rrvenburg Wilson, and Crouch. Back row, Hall, Richardson Morrison Sprlsbury Hoag R. Kelly, and Howard. .vi lc. 'N Y 5: Ig: H :mm I III Bm II me my WW I ew. H5545 W mm mn mm -.Is .was H? EH an Nm HE :Q Xin! IIE gw I bil . F I N Rv W I: 22. I:- K Mm. EERE if EH M H fig: FM mul-124 :SMH 5 mf 24 B WIIQI- ' H may A Y R it.-' mms as gg? E mga I,I.1'-. ' P-zeuiw HHH Wm 1. Q5'3w' wen HW 5 QQ an ' ' ' 'mm ss: egafsvigp Mm .g?ga.M..Hff.. I -.U My naw?-SQII 5 wg wi- mm HII -Q u ,If wax 'I . ,. ' Q X EX-.w III! 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Q E T ff JI' , . I I 7,1 I I a E ,I II, . 1 R -: M H ,A . . H . .4 H ' A H iI Y W H B S8 ', 1 . H . x i ,., . .. .,.,, .,.,.. I III I . L' " I . .J f .. A V Y A . I , - 1 M LX LI f K I 9 . .I I w - ,,I , I III. . I I Y .5 ,aw .I III. I .N , j II Us 'I II :.. I f R II I . 1 X. ' .:. ' A H B 1 1 R , FRED ENKE Chief Scout ARTHUR BADENOCH Athletic Trainer Coaching 6'6'l5'f0lIf6' 0 D ,I ll l 0 l v .11 Wu fs, aw-fl m ,Q . sw in .W mfg H ., an' ' nr ,LE -va Pi" -iw . - . Q,-,im.,.-1, -2, V . , , , A-H -.. 1. -5. .'r..1f,i--.1-1. MUTT Sz IEF F - Co-captains Ed Wolgast and Hal Richardson coma, out for the flip of the coin preceding the New Mexico game. NO NEED TO WORRY-Coaches Bob Winslow and Carl Mulleneaux watch Arizona trounce the Lobos. THE SEASON'S RECORD Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona 7 12 35 28 27 20 14 34 '75 46 - . t.. . -- ,. - - -. . Q 1 , 1 . ' f 12 Q ,I 3 , , X . , AL .- .1 , ' -v..a. .' , 4 -' K ' . - 41, e "1 , '-. ' "-'- "' ' ' -- 1 'L ., . .. I . Q . -. fr - - - 91 .- 'f tg ' 2' L if 0- ? v -v 'wil i N is fi -wr ff' " N ,vi . vw M 4' 'mx 1 U- " f ' -.Q 1, . . ,rv , , ag gn, . at , W. W ,, , 0. ' ' ' .- , I 1 P ' 1 wraf " fu, - .-.H -P ...fr-."wif,-1'-""f-N-,-.-13 V: , ..,' "Q " '2' ' Q: Members of Arizonais 1949 WVildcat squad Were, left to right: First row, Mullins, Ewing, Loef, J. Kelly, Dorsk, Ayre MacKinnon, McCreery, Fowler, Graham, Carroll, Palomino, Counes, Propati, Allen, and Sorenson. Second row, Carrill Carpenter, Bickley, Woodburn, VVolgast, Hunsaker, Richardson, Henson, Morrison, Penn, Spilshury, Howard, Crouc Bingham, Hoag, Johnson, and XVilson. Third row, Mgr. Streets, Masterson, Hodges, Eller, Boucher, Kaapke, Clazie Russell, I. Kelley, Hall, R. Kelly, Day, Rivenburg, Norris, Murphy, Escher, Kastner, Horowitz, and Mgr. Shafton. Four row, Mitokawa, Batiste, Kneubuhl, Palmer, Williams, McGhee, Carter, Langager, Case, Knight, and jackson. Icp Men Roy Bivenburg, Wildcat center, was named 1 the squad's most valuable player for his spirited and aggressive play throughout the 1949 season. "Pxingo,,' who also won high praise from oppos- ing players and coaches, received honorable mention on the Border Conference all-star team. 1, 'i Max Spilsbury, Arizona's rugged left end, was a constant thorn in the side of Wildcat foes, who found the going tough around the left side of the Red and Blue line. A mainstay of the WVild- cat line for four years, Spilsbury's rough defen- sive play was one of the highlights of the season. -,.,, 1 ..e' N, ru , Roy Bivenburg, co-captain, received -r.rf'g,,gQ1,':'rg,?:1" 3 the 1949 Covernor's award as the ,1 .V L... .- 12 VVildcats' most valuable player. 1 5-3' 'qfiff 1.219 V 4'.-fm-:Q '- rea.-'4 T' " -' 41.5 ' -152- . - -f'.. -- 'N . -. -. ' :K 1 - fu' -f -v 1 -. --tx g-. 4,-,. v ..- ' 3r'.ul',,-,V .' .f-- -. 4-s ,Wi Q- ' r' L, ' f , g, ' Q '. "'- 'A' - v -" . ii Q . yi.. .,a..fQ' 1 .... " "1 ... ,- ' I - ' N ' ' . ' 4 '.,:A- fn 1-LH "1 1' 114' ,..1r."f 1.- , .Q-. .- ,-any V' ..a 5 1 l Governor Dan E. Carvey presents the coveted Watch to the year's most valuable player, Roy Rivenburg. Roy Rivenburg and Max Spilsbtuy receive cap- ' tains' blankets from President McCormick. Max Spilsbury was chosen by his teammates as co-captain of the 1949 squad. - 153 -- PAY DIRT. Karl Eller steps into the end zone after intercepting a Lobo pass for the final score of the New Mexico game. The Record In his first year at the helm of the Wildcats, Head Coach Bob Winslow introduced a new system at Arizona, employing the T-formation and, to a limited degree, the controversial platoon system of substitution. The season record of two wins and a tie in ten games was the result of a tough schedule which pitted the Cats against too many powerful opponents. The squad was composed largely of married veterans, many of whom were playing their final season for the Red and Blue. The Wildcats' leading ground gainer was Left Half Ed "Ounces, Wolgast, closely followed by Fullback Charlie Hall and Right Half Oscar Carrillo. While time was running out on Arizonafs seniors, fans were predicting a rosy football future as they awaited the day when the sensational Freshmen would don Wildcat uniforms. DOUG ALLEN BILL AYRES FRED BAT1sTE BILL BICKLEY Guard H alfb ack H alfback Guflfd f ' we M , if 2 E l s li H . an , HERE'S ONE THAT DIDN'T CET AWAY. End Bill Clazier hauls in one of the three touchdown passes thrown by john Kelly against New Mexico. ARIZONA 40, NEW MEXICO A. 81 M. 7 Striking back from an early 7-0 deficit, the Wildcats' superior manpower and fine running backs proved too much for the Aggies. Full- back Jack Graham scored two first-half touch- downs, and Charlie Hall and Les Kastner, who sparked Arizonais ground attack, accounted for the other two. Dan Russell passed to Tom Woodburn for another, and Ray Stephens ran for the final score. John Carroll kicked four conversions. ARIZONA 12, UTAH 12 The Wildcats gained partial revenge for past indignities, scoring first on a Russell-to-Wood- burn aerial. Utah retaliated to push over two quick tallies and held a 12-6 halftime advan- tage. Several long runs by Ed Wolgast threat- ened the Utes, lead, but the tying touchdown came on a pass from Iohn Kelly to Sophomore End Bill Clazier, who along with Fred Batiste was also a standout on defense. NORM BINGHAISI DON BOUCHI-:R OSCAR CARRILLO JOHN CARROLL Guard Center Halfback Quarterback ff- 3' .T f -rf 1-if u 53 ' N uv- 1 my A ,gnmr TRAVIS CASE JAMES COUNILS CECIL CROUCH RAY DAY E nd Gu fu cl H alfb ack Tackle JOHN FOWLER BILL CLAZIER JACK GRAHAMI CHARLES I-IALL Quarterb ack E n c F ullback F ullback ARIZONA 0, HARDIN-SIMMONS 35 Wildcats just coulcln't get started against th strong Cowboys. john Ford, H-Sas all-con! ference quarterback, scored one touchdowr and passed for two more in the game whic saw Arizona cross the 50-yard line only twic Succumbing to their perennial road jinx, the e l e Q. 'nb "r:L'.'5' 4-3- 1 eh' , A lql, 3 .1! ARIZUNA 0, TEXAS WESTERN 28 Fighting until the final gun, the Red and Blue simply could not match the speed and scoring punch of the best Miner squad in the school's history. Roy Rivenburgls defensive Work and the punting of Quarterback John Fowler highlighted the Wildcat effort. ARIZONA 7, TEXAS TECH 27 Arizona held the vaunted Texans scoreless until the last play of the first half at Lubbock, but a Weak pass defense once more proved to be the undoing of the Wildcats, Whose only score came on a pass from John Kelly to Bill Glazier. KARL ELLER LEE Escr-nan Halfback Guard ITAL I'lOAG JOHN I-IOBBS Halfback End FRED I-IODGES ELI HOIIOWITZ LARRY HOWARD H alfback Tackle Tackle DON PIUNSAKER BILL JACKSON FRED JOHNSON Tackle Halfback Center UALLUFIN U Wildkitten, chalks up yardage against Glendale junior College. GIL GONZALES, high-scoring HE'S LOOSE. Oscar Carrillo la sh ke bl 'k y y oc on a Texas Miner, as Fullback Charlie Hall breaks clear. in-if iv LYLE KAAPKE LES KASTNER IOE KELLEY JOHN KELLY Tackle H alfback Tackle Quarterback ARIZONA 6, DENVER 20 A combination of bad breaks and falling snow in Denver were the decisive factors in an otherwise evenly matched game, which saw the Cats again fade in the second half. Fred Batiste returned a punt over ninety yards for the lone Arizona counter. ARIZONA 46, NEW MEXICO 14 The running of Ed Wolgast and passing of Iohn Kelly paced the Wildcats to a Home- coming romp over the Lobos. Kelly pitched three scoring passes to Bill Clazier, and Wol- gast sprinted sixty-nine yards for another T.D. Don MacKinnon tallied once, and Karl Eller ran back an intercepted pass for the final score. ARIZONA 7, TEMPE 34 The Sun Devils gained their first victory over the Wildcats in eighteen years by a deci- sive sco1'e in the initial "Victory Bellv game at Tempe after a close first half. Ed Wolgast's sixty-three-yard kickoff return set up the Ari- zona touchclown, which was made hy John Kelly. ARIZONA 0, MICHIGAN STATE 75 The smoothly Working Spartans, rebounding from a defeat which knocked them from their national ranking of ninth, smothered the out- classed Wildcats in a display of great offen- sive power. 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S, 5 5 5 555 K5 mums 5555 ' , M5 5 ,. 55555 -5 5 - M5551 1 WW- ' wx VE main.. 5 Q: 5512 ' B!- L5-SWSEV5 '5 55 Mxmiksswssm, mn gs 5 555W .. gg W H BE BSB -,55 5 S55 ,ms asa' 555 www m H55 5555 55 M E E55 SSW E5 5 M 5555 5 5 H 5 snag 5555 49555 571555 5-vi' , -we-555 Q' 'V 5:5 55 5 I'IAL RICHARDSON Gmzrcl 555 51 ggi? . 5 5 H 'wif- INTERFERENCE is provid- ed For Li'l ECI VVolgz1st by Dam Russell, Charlie Hull and Tom Wfooclhurn 2llQ:i1lllSt the Hurclin-Simmons Cowboys. TRAPPED. Frccl Hodges looks for 21 holc lx-tween these Spartans as Loc Escher ob- serves from his horizontal po- sitiou. 4 la ,vklriwf-11 X. 1 ' ' ' f " , mai., DAN RUSSELL lVlARV1N So1uf:NsoN MAX SPILSBURY RAY STLPIIENS Quarterback Guard End Fullbuck Q . ' , 'Q-I-'47 ' li Ar...-K' mr' iii' ARIZONA 0, KANSAS 46 The Iayhawkers, powerful running and pass- ing attack functioned perfectly to give them complete control in the one-sided tilt. Every- thing seeinecl to go Wrong for the Wildcats in the final game of the 1949 season. END OF THE LINE. End Vern Langager pulls Techis Bud Conley to the turf late in the Texas game. Wi dlrittens Generally regarded as the greatest Freshman squad in the school's history, the 1949 Wild- kittens ran roughshod through a schedule which included Glendale CCaliforniaQ I. C., Gila I. C., and the Frosh teams from New Mexico A. 81 M., Texas Western and Tempe, amassing an impressive total of 824 points to opponents' 19. The Kittens, leading ground gainer was Gil Gonzales, Whose fifteen touch- downs set a new record. Coach Frank San- cet,s yearlings promised great things for Ari- zona's football future. 7' icling the great Wildkitten team were fleft to rightj: ad Freshman Coach Frank Sancet and Assistants ne McCarter, Jim Ncgri, and Harry Henson. sr- ' v is "rm an 'X' nw N is an as 'W gr me mn K . 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Fourth row, Harry Henson Ccoachj, Huish, Anderson, Emmons, Bogan, Leonard, ndt, Guendelsberger, Fiihr, Ledbetter, McGregor, Killian, Erickson, Christiansen, Lowery, Cannon, and Frank Sancet Q head chj. -163- gsm ., X, E ' iw!-115 I ' 43m-.M 1 .gg wwf kung: wa- . H E H 4 H H H Ka , E H .I ,W .vw JZ E551 E I Z2 . .L csszyin -Q 5 f. W M M-we '-I Q. 3 ' .I I 8 V E H. M gm.. ,Ea SM? axw K. E x . any Iv:-f F, EW. E M 1 :N mr my EEL x z as fx-KM W5 ew QM v I s Wa, 2 mms . ,Q E Efffm rpm wx: N71 Qi f :A 5335. pews QE Etiw fl! .M .W M, M-If Fw- fa Haw 2 ws Eiixx' ES WW? HQ as E M is 3: mg. mv, -:mm me Q13 as? ,. W., w . ,-Q. A ,in , 1 f x H 1: ,Mu uf .:- X' .1 I as X I 1 L .2234 xx-Q . W. Tgggg5j15.5iQ,xTT swf mn ww "M an 2: -Mail ssggzqgwg,--H N W5ww'SiwW' :M .V ,M-1: www -. QM' In MII ,Wy X.. II.- I.. I . I-my I -manuals? xfvui " maxim? " Y -Y A M f. 'L5iM'H-4 MM ' A M ,. I,,.,?g,...w lag.. -gg.. ,. ,...,,.h E .... II III , I W. k. , WZEQJE -if .,., near: M -M . k .1 ,WU I Y .. an ,Im X IIQI .I II...-w M ..: MQ . MM , A CW 'Q . U. 7,58 M 'T32 M 1 f 1-K-M -, ,mi iii Q . .Q , ,Law X 5 v B Q, 3' . 5 W M' :" .-X S E B E 5 zum . ' M. E M .:.' .. - R - . H P . msn' Id ... I I n U W In ,Q-.f .. ,Y M- - . W A R We Li Q' ' 7 W - as ...r I I, .sw - uw .E nm sw - .wi I'-gp 1: 'msfw Wigwa- m M s:wggINgcQ.- I'I,I'Ix51i3?.zIr?fSjgeg I Qnmnwsvs?-mu Iv EI I .I1I I NE Basketball ,IA 1 V533 . .M . Mg .. X , MM..-.. MM, M' He M M W M I ,IM M --MM., wh.--9 ..:, EE an miEx . II I, vi .. ' . , gg"-gn .. IW. V - S.. W ,A U, , w??.,.'wg , . - , 5. n -x ' ' - -f x nr 1 . f .,3 .MJ .41 Q: Coach Enlre Fred Enke completed his twenty-fifth year as head basketball coach at Arizona with his most successful season. The 1950 WVildcats, which Enke termed the most balanced of all his squads, compiled an impressive record of twenty-six victories in thirty regular season games to win their fifth consecutive Border Conference Championship and their second bid to the National Invitational Tournament in New York. Since he came to Arizona in 1925, Enke-coached teams have won seven conference crowns and tied for it twice, while amassing a total of 384 victories against 171 defeats. UP F OR TWO Wildcat Leon Blevins OUT OF REACH. Paul Pennei A11 goes high for 1 lay in ag unst the New zonais 6' 7" center, stretches to ch op 1n Mexico Aggies a goal against California Poly. Record Smasliers The Wildcat starting five, Leon Blevins and Bob Honea at forwards, Paul Penner at center, and Leo Johnson and Roger Iohnson at guards, constituted the most versatile team in Arizona cage history, combining height, hustle and a Well-rounded scoring punch. Sparked by the glittering floor play of Captain Leon Blevins, who established a new season scoring record of 452 points in thirty games, the Wildcats swept through their first four games before they fell to Texas U. at San Antonio. The Cats then went on to take their next ten games, including two wins over Texas A. 81 M. and victories over New Mexico U. and Texas Westerii in winning the Sun Bowl Tournament at El Paso. After beating St. Mary,s in San Francisco, Arizona dropped a thriller to Loyola in Los Angeles and then returned to whip Santa Clara in Phoenix and Tucson. UA. KM Q23 p V n 7 x Msg I - WJ, ri-, 45 1 Kr- N , v. f' m , I I- f - .J LQ- TS? Y ' K i , ' NX -x A,-TM J wiv , '. U . A X, 'T Fw 5-W. I. l 3 I ,- ,.,, A dv Qxwhf XX 0 Mozqds J'-gin. "ra 5 X 5, 39? w ,Wi V f eff P .,-: I XL 'fi ' I :., Wrazfgl M .f , 5 S if fix 5? LEON BLEVINS BOB HONEA PAUL PENNER Rocrn jouvsov Forward Forward Center Gum cl WWWK.. BRUCE LARSON KEN TROUTT JIM DUNLAP C:LO1'lGL GR Forward Forward C enter Guard TONY M-ORALES CECIL CHOUCH BILL LU'r1C1-1 JACK VOORIIIL Forward Forward Guard Guard THE SEASON'S RECORD Arizona. Opp. Arizona. Opp. San Diego NAS Texas Western ..,....,........ 80 58 New Mexico A. 85 San Diego NAS New Mexico A. Sz M ......, '71 54 Texas Western .. Culver-Stockton Tempe ....................,...,..... 81 61 Texas Tech ...... California Poly West Texas State ....,,.,.. 67 59 Flagstaff ,.,...,... U. of Texas .....,.. ...... S t. Mary's ....,................... 67 57 Beloit ......,........... Texas A. 81 M. ....... ...... L oyola .............. ...... 5 4 61 New Mexico U. Texas A. 85 M. ....... ...... S anta Clara .....,.. ...... 8 0 64 Hardin-Simmons New Mexico U. ....... ...... S anta Clara .,...... ...... 6 3 45 Texas Tech ......, , Texas Western .....,. ...... T empe .......,...,.................. '73 51 West Texas State Flagstaff ,.,,.,,....... ...... N ew Mexico U. .............. 57 53 Hardin-Simmons N. I. T. - La Salle '73, Arizona 66 1: 9 if LEO JOHNSON Guczrcl -'SCJ l 'v JIIXI JOHNSTON Guard I0 i L i 4 gig' AL 1-IEYNOLDS M anagev' GET THAT BALL! Wildcats Bob Honea and Jim Dunlap scramble with three San Diego F liers for a loose ball in early season action. HOOK SHOT ARTIST Leo Johnson loops one over the outstretched arms of West Texas' Barnarcl. shown as a rebound is taken by XVildca Roger Iolmson, Leo johnson and Pan Penner, and Comerlord, Phelan, Mc Cann, and Foust of La Salle. Before a packed house in New Yorkis Madison Square Garden the fighting Vlfildcats, paced by the brilliant backboard Work and seventeen-point scoring effort of Leo johnson, held highly favored La Salle to a 33-all half-time draw, and, hampered by the loss on fouls of big Paul Penner early in the second half, matched the Explorers to a 56-56 count before falling, 73-66. UNDER THE BASKET Shot is laid up by Roger johnson as Leon Blevins and Bruce Larson stand by to rebound against Texas VVestern. -1'70-- HEATED ACTION in the Garden il Bob Honea, surrounded by teammatef Yrllc Y! n The 1949-50 basketball Wildkittens ended their season with a record of ten Wins and nine losses. Showing frequent individual brilliance, Coach Frank Sancet,s freshmen indicated that they would provide next year,s varsity with able replacements. Out- standing individual scorer was For- ward Bill Kemmeries, who averaged a sensational seventeen points a game. Pictured are Wildkitten head coach, Frank Sancet, and assistant, Sam Stevens. embers of the 1950 Wildkitten team were: Front row, Gayle Smith, Allan Stanton, Bill Kemmeries, Bruce Cilli- id, Lloyd Peterson, Bob Davis, Oscar Bueno. Second row, Clyde Schoonover, Bill Smitheran, Wayne Huish, Pete gulja, Dick Ledbetter, Dale F enter. Back row, Coach Frank Sancet, Manager Bob Hayes, Hugh Cardon, John msey, Steve Burns, Marvin Weisbord, Manager Jerry Citles, and Assistant Coach Sam Stevens. Not pictured is d Kain. ay 'X '. 'N -ge-fs-K , , ag.: ,V-.,. 'T' Baseball :X L ft NX i ' - W9 is if Coach Sauce! In his second year as head baseball coach Frank Sancet fielded one of the finest teams ever seen on the local campus diamond. Succeeding I. F. "Pop,' McKale, Sancet developed a well-rounded squad with a wealth of hitting power and capable pitching and fielding, supported by ample reserve strength. San- cetis veteran nine had many seniors playing their final season in Wildcat uniforms, but there were many able sophomores and freshmen ready to step in. By April, with most of a very successful season behind him, Sancet was looking forward to a possible bid to the first post-season NCAA baseball tournament. Members of the 1950 Varsity baseball team were: First row, Dale Edwards, Clark Duncan, Francis Kelly, Lowell Bailey, Bob Murray, Bill I-Ielfinstine, Carl Lopez, Tony Morales, Jerry Dodson, Coach Frank Sancet. Second row, Brad Tolson, Nils johansson, Roger johnson, Robbins Bisher, Robert Verbica, Bay Day, Ted Fowler, Paul Palmer, Cliff Myrick, Cordon Brown. Back row, Dick Corrigan, Jim Dwight, John Tussy, Chet Vasey, Del Gardner, Leon Hilde- brand, Don Quigley, Bob Bailey, Art Boyd, and Lloyd Jenney. ' V , A ,. ,ft - QQ5 , , if .Wy "P N 'r,,,, - A ' Q ' - ,, Wo, x20 ' D as 2 9 Y' 44 204-Q' i f Nt C Q 04.1. 9 44- it F5 'if H luv c N -f fv fwvvfslw Min+: .filly 43-M- Qa5Q9 ' . . . .xZo 'Za 4 fc-N20 XZU41 . We 'A 'K 2' W 'fi ,QA 'yfl , ni R f E N D ,J 5 l yi lil? Arizona's catching chores were handled by: Front row, Wildcat pitching staff was comprised of Leon Hildebrand, Bob Murray, jerry Dodson. Back row, Bob Bailey, Bay Francis Kelly, Lowell Bailey, Dick Corrigan, Carl Lopez, Day, and Lloyd Jenney. john Tussey, Brad Tolson, Paul Palmer, and Robbins Bisher. By mid-April the Wildcats had lost only two of seventeen games against both collegiate and professional nines. With only two double-headers to play against Tempe before the Border Conference Tournament at Abilene, Arizona stood a good chance of gaining a berth in the first NCAA World Series at Omaha. Among the Wildcats' victims were the Oakland Acorns of the Pacific Coast League and the Albuquerque Dukes. College foes which fell before the Ari- zonans, booming bats were UCLA, Colorado, New Mexico U. and San Diego State. ACTION AT THE PLATE: A Buffalo runner slides home WHATS THE DECISION, UMP? Tony Morales, Ari- under Wildcat receiver Lloyd Ienney, to score for Colo- zona,s ace first baseman, is tagged out by the Lobois back rado, who lost two of three tilts to Arizona. stop, as Catcher Bob Murray, waiting to hit, looks on. ff 13 .-.-' , e . . N -4 ..,, my 'Y 'J sw., 1 4 - ' m Qxzaffgl X20 s 20,5 ,iipflvs 43 r 1 Q' xib gf ? Members of the crack Wildcat infield Were: Front row, Flychasers in Arizonaas outfield were: Front row, Del I Bill Helfinstine, Bob Verbica, Chet Vasey, Tony Morales. Gardner, Lloyd Ienney, Cliff Myrick. Back row, Dale Ed- Back row, Clarke Duncan, Artie Boyd, Don Quigley, and wards, Ted Fowler, Roger Johnson, and Nils Johansson. I jim Dwight. Leading Wildcat hitter was Left Fielder Nils Iohansson, followed by Dale Edwards, center fielder, Bob Murray, catcher, Clarke Duncan, third baseman, and Tony Morales, first sacker. Brad Tolson, Lowell Bailey and Robbins Risher were the mainstays of a nine-man pitching staff. Members of the Wildkitten baseball squad were: Front row, Bob Metz, Io-Io Owens, Dick Keefe, Jerry Cox, Don Breckenridge. Second row, Ronald Nicely, Burt Powers, Jim Starkey, john Rosenberg, Bill Arm- strong, Masumi Ikeda. Back row, Coach Milt Whitley, Chuck Gibbons, Claude Wheeler, Eddie Aros, Tom Morrissey, Mark Delay, Tom Berry Cmanagerj. Not pictured is Dick Gentry. o no ' M usle , itt e - 9 F QQ I, Q if ,EY X ' R EFNN of , jl l ,,, 'iff lxlf tw uu, ,.,u,ii,, . ' XT.: rg f vt - ' Q5 "5 if, -we 4-re,-r , Q B V y t , We F afitlf C tl 2 aw - l a re f 5 Ceh - - 'f I L fl n , 5' if l T .1 ' 'I me 1 . f x I 3 5 , " X X KN XX 1 1 2 m ' Nl Fu fgw 5'. :A xx ss in J .Q Yi m xx in -ms 2 a is -rf f,m.3iM. w-fam W -,-f.MJ- MW -5. . . X ss E M 5: aiagffi. Q w Q' E B 'a!fx.s:5f.:.g, . NUR- Rvws aiming X , , W 'X 1.4 M v wg YE ,yyxf W 'W mam S4 2 .fa M, N .'i.5 ,, 7 'i X . N v H x- 7 X R W fy. x Q ,-.M '1,,,.,- 'ggw EN ww, 1 Auf' fm.. 7 41' K... .. was 5' xg? 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Third row, Don Smith, Roman DeSanctis, Chester Kyle, VVayne Corder, Bob Anderson, Keith Meenan, Ralph Kitchens, and Coach Tom Gibbings. foacli Gibbings Lacking the balance for a championship team, Coach Tom QLimeyl Gibbings, thinclad squad, without the use of a home track, was forced to take to the road for all its meets in 1950. Competing for the first time on an indoor track, the Wildcats dropped their first two meets to Colorado U. and Denver, but came back strong to defeat New Mexico U. With a promis- ing freshman team, Coach Gibhings looks forward to wresting the conference crown from strong Tempe. -177- Parker Gregg, holder of the Border C011- fC1'C11CC discus 1'GC01'd, WHS the Wi1ClCHfS, Gale Bell soars over the crossbzu' in an attempt to better his most consistent scorer in 1950. Hggpfv. H2 yi' diff" BILL AYHES GALE BELL WAYNE Comma Dash Pole Vault Distance 5""g ii: aiu? 1 , 8 A-....,,., XM, NORINIAN JOHNSON JOHN KIRINIAN CHESTER KYLE Javelin Quarter Mile High ju-mp in the pole vault. fi-" CECIL Cnoucn Bon Ewnvc PARKER Gmzcc CLAYBURN HITCHCOCK Broad jump Middle Distance Discus Hurdles BOB MACCAA JACK MCDUEE 1 KEITH NIEENAN ROBERT WATWOOD Quarter Mile Middle Distance Distance Distance Members of the freshman track team were: Front row, james Carney, Gene Higbee, Robert Hayes, William Gaston, Frank Hull, George Stewart. Second row, Ri:hard Chattin, john Smith, Charles Graves, Francis Larriva, Barry Bowen, Dick Withers, Dave Ewing. Third row, Coach Gibbings, James Iackson, Jesse Bucke- lew, james Quigley, Vaughn Hormann, Bob Kallman, Kurt Storch, and Dudley jackson, manager. :A 1 -1. -1,-L. rf gv . V A . T - E 7: VST: f - ':". I '22 It 'L 'E I A' 4 .f -,. r f ,- gf, H fy 'Sf - - I' - ll! - ,. 5' Y :-E' I .' "' T . X 7 EI. I H T .-A. .M .:. 2" H lf". J.. , .3 .-.- 5 If . 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Q Q-' :xw'jgO1W'!'3 HW,-if .,.5+sv'?Y MSM-FH' .'Qzf'.3?. b, Egg 54 it , fr 1 'f "X H 1 rr ' . 4 1 Jack Frakes teams up with the top VViIdcat doubles team. .' N1 e . ehavd an Us E EEEHNZS -gamma ,pm :S 4 ' ff! 'Q if af 'i ' - w. 1wfw1 ' L n v-rflfr--' -vi,-w Q 'Sr-,?':. ', 'N .V I. . , Q BobRoed1m1 md M t Sl Jack F1 Qkgs and Slm Lmdamood lllldel the Watch ful eve of Conch LeShe1 , W E 2 X Q W. i xi MA fm im Qs? W XM. A 2 it , W Q E H-H H, Egwf-eR?? Q 5' in M Liv QQ www H. M ,mama an E5 sms mn ms ms am a 6 nach lesher C. Z. CZipj Lesher, Arizona tennis coach since 1935, had another Winning racquet team in 1950. In their first five meets the VVildcat netters scorecl'6-0 shut- outs over Hardin-Simmons, VVest Texas State and New Mexico U., all on foreign courts, and registered a 7-2 win over Tempe. Undefeated, and tied only by Texas Tech, Arizona was in an excellent position to repeat as Border Conference tennis champion. n H - B Ki Si V- " K ,img mga gi-rf., Siiifgm- B -SSE' bs!! 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' . f f r . - ef M" ,, es- s .14',,'?' we , - ,P ., - . -, - Members of Coach Fred Enkels 1950 golf squad were john Rudolph, George Bullard, Jerry Purdy, freshman golfer, and Bill Bramwell. Not pictured were Harry Talmage, Dick Seibeck, Bill Goldberg, and Dick Rykken. Golf Richard Siebeck, George Bullard, and John Rudolph L cl, S' pose happily on Rundolphis putting green. ivwjill I 0, 'Q , an ' v I' A l r Z J, john Rudolph carefully studies Bill Golbergls driv- ing form in a practice session at Randolph. -182- Varsity swimmers were: Front row, Bob Ingram, Jim Chastain, Claude Hall, Lee Goodman, Jim McPherson, Hal Evjen, john Melanson, john Fox, John Monier, and Preston Rittenhouse. Back row, Coach Charles Ott, Frank Lazarus, John McPherson, Harold Robbins, George Jensen, Howard Seaman, Bill Daffrin, and Frank Duerson. Lee Goodman demonstrates the s uperb form which made him the NVildcats' top diver. -183- Swimming Hal Evjen is set for Coach Ott's signal indicating that jim McPherson has touched the edge in a relay race, as john Melanson looks on. mm' . N v.a,. 1 . ,.. - . I 9-A W ':': 1 .,.. .. V- B if 1-1 f as , Ls-3 - 'jf ,-'?i3"gw J T f' -U fi is , N I . "' -g,.:.:- ,. .:. W W ..,. X f . w: . ,A Sify., Him W D' 5 A .. .A G :E i 525533-if 'Z N E M iq -- gsm H W 3554 M V , I- ,M Q F is-X We E H '--e,gg..rJ JW, MQW fy aim ETH , JL, - If ,x ' '. E img Q .r -:-C 7- 552.381 1,-., A H N is lm! A-9a,,yaw ' 'I .- We :.:.:.:::, :.:: , , y:-:- i,li,f-ii ' it f Q s LA 'D M' "' .E ,.:, .:. i :.:, .,. -- ,Bragg ,, Q E 5, 5 .4 if 5- H We Q 1 W wires aww H E E W s 5 H E . K . ss E E: ss is if Ewan M -,'-'ss a -An swgsmm H HERB The ,E as Ea. ye Wwmffwa M ral? E sm The University "Av Club this year included: Front row, Slate, Norris, Carroll, Ahee, Streets, Blevins, Richard- son, Murray, Edwards, Enke, Wolgast, Hall. Second row, Rivenhurg, Woodburn, Day, Spilsbury, Hoag, Lopez Third row, I. Kelly, Graham, MacKinnon, Loef, Shafton, Stephens, Eller, Howell, Trout, Reynolds, Duncan, Ver- bica, McDuff, Kirman, Gardner, Ingham. Fourth 1'OW, Glazier, Wilson, Escher, Hodges, lNlasterson, Boucher Case, Johnson, Dunlap, Irvine, Iohannson, Hitchcock, Corder, and Evjen. Club In the tradition of "Av Day all new initiates cap- "Av Club initiates, Clayburn I-Iitchock, VVayne ture coeds on campus and bestow honorary member- Corder, Charles Gardner, and George Master- ship in the organization. Here George Masterson son, pause and take time out from the dayls has caught a fair coed. festivities. 1,4145 iim, Under the able directorship of Bob Svob, assisted by Keith Meenan and Argall Morrison, pictured at right, the 1949-50 intramural sports program for men was the largest in the twenty- eight years since its inception. With more individuals and teams compet- ing for the coveted hzumer, interest was high and the competition keen to make the year a very successful one. J 1u-, In tram urals , H, . Y: V ,vm 5-35 " ," ' 5 . . LA , 3 , ' , JR , V -...fav , Mx s i- i ' 1' . ,' L A , , 1 -f l - , 1 M7 --re r .QL . r YQ :A V Wiki M-S i"' "' 1 . - 3- 'x. I -xt f l J i X. f' w 1 1 'N gg .:.: kv , K . fi J. " 1 V H 'V 2 i y X ii up . - f u., .- ' A ' T .f 1' ii w Q ..,:. W ,, , l i if - it e i Q- Wfinner of the fall swim meet was Delta Chi, whose team The Barbs Won the track laurels for the season Mem included: Front row, Phil Monier, jim McPherson, bers of the Winning team in the fill meet were Fiont Claude Hall, im Simle . Back row, Bill Dinkme er, row, Mor an Maxwell Bill Gaston Vauffhn Hermann ' n 1 a , I john Momer, and jim BII'l11lIlglli1l'1'l. Back row, Ken Morgan, Arnie Zleglei, and A D LeW1s -185- l f 'lgewieaswsi' W sas' miwa-M :Aa -,dm ' em Hmazmamzfs sepdmgwwwei saiiairia Hrig5f1?E0SSESa?sgf51e massage, Qgggffggjgwsgge Msgaggkyfg g.gHgWfrEs,s,grg.aw MSESNSW We s.Q.3,?f3 www argl EZEITQ 1 w rw ' axes In tram wal runs W H if Q - X . ' is H s fe H . 1 -gmigfmgifw . ,ge Ti. :Biggest ,I x 4? Lge-ss M I , .,. 4 -V .,.:.:. ,S ,S a , A jj A' , .mes . . -- si, . We W e.: .. , .. Q . ef -- -: , .:. ... .sm Q W Q, f 4-7 ,., , -:.': . .. 3 www W 225' , .. W 5 f. Sf A ...Q 1- - . it rw-H5 FMJIS FMJIS 4 F M15 ss Phi Delta Theta's winning cross-country team consisted ot Larry Myers, Steve Burns, John Goss, Bob Krueger and joe Robbins. as mms Members of Phi Gamma Deltais victorious basketball squad Were: Front row, Tom Carpenter, Jim Morris, Bob Bailey, Homer Osborne, Duane Miller, Bill Tolley, john Kirman. Back row, John Rosenberg, jack Quinn, Roman DeSanctis, Roy Elson, Dick Matteson, and Karl Eller, coach. Si N ., .X H , ., 3:88 E M W Y as . E B Q H Q i s ' ,:' I 2. ' Q H iv' Ii: . . Pl M f . - .. 1388 ..,..: .I. ' 1 31.1 1 f -1 Q ,X if I V In A H . EP . 'I za. - 2, Q . Y H . X 2 T :.: H H " - wg H ':' .:.-Q:.::::?:', 1981-' 1 g., ' Q 3 5 W . .. , , H E sp Mir M .... Jw . -A ia W M M- , n 1 , H f si E , ..:- A E . sr ' , .. 59 55 I ' 1 . .L . x. 1 . A E all -:u f ' .--I 5 H :fi . , 1 Q- in a B-wif? Tennis honors Went to Sigma Chi, whose winning net The championship Kappa Sigma baseball squad consisted C 3 - I . . . A ' ' ,' .' , , A . . 1 team Was composed of Van Grant, Jack In Kenna, and Jim Marshall. e, Don Mc of Front iow, Brad Tolson, Cliff Myrick, Iblly Dodson, Gene Sykes, Art Boyd. Back row, Ted Fowler, Paul Palmer, Lloyd Jenney, Nils johannson, and Dick Corrigan. -186 - 1. s ns. Winners 5-15 . " 'f " i QQ ? . ,--f 'B , 1 'S 1111.159 it ' . Nj -f-1v""""' -- ,B ' ' bt. If I I U' 1 'hy mg, 14 . 1 .N , - ' F . - I i f, fx fyalt r I X H, 'ul Qi Q mg W 1 Members of the Barbs team which copped the gymnas tics crown were Harold VVatson, Joe Majors, jake jacob sen, Joe Stewart, William Zachary and Vaughn Hormann. The squad of the independent Barbs, who also won the spring track meet, consisted of: Front row, Ward San- ford, George Ioanou, Bill Gaston. Back row, Bob Olsson, Avron Lewis, and Vaughn Hofmann. I-'NIS I 4 Q Top individual golfers were jerry Purdy, Barbs, and Bill Players on the Phi Cams' Winning volleyball team were Golberg, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. -18'7- Front row, Roger Alison, Bill Tolley, Mike Kneubuhl Back row, jim Young, Bill Kemmeries, and Tom Car penter. ln tramural Action - xl'-fi '- .,,.,f , .J Q5 -1, fa . 5 - 'fgif-'1?'f t',""fA .c Q Hi vw t 515,-K ' " ' .lf H WM ' zlz I- U ,gggew , :tb . A f ' ,'lq,: 2i,g?J ,L ff -xx? :': V- i' 7 ,Ii ef 4 2 if,f'- 'QS' , ' ., . - ,- o ,ff .-7 " . .. 4. . 'f- ' 1 i '- i : - 4 ,,, , - -if PM wi' . , . ' E "' , " , ..1f. f uit-, if - - YVaiting tensely tor the starting gun oi 'f in , , f . 3' e f , ',,,,I,.,,,f. ', 'Z' , . :...m .,.. ,f I 1 I- A U i U in , 'A 1 4 1,1 1 ,-ff' V the 100-yard free-style race 111 the tall , - QPF' " 1. sf . , . V . ,.:. -:-2-' ,. -' H ' vr- -- - " 'I -' 1 'E 5 ,441 swimming meet are B111 Wolte, Dick - if , ,J 3 ' 'V HIL' sf. ,ff v . ' . , -:-Qff,.sis:-:': .' w ..' W -U 1 V, W I lr A ,f . 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Coach Cibbings clocks Bill Laird of Sigma Nu as he crosses the finish line for first place in the cross-country. jerry Purdy shows the powerful driv- ing form which helped him win the in- dividual golf crown. Y 4., Q'-"wiv -' ' A-fi 3: T, 3 - .. .5 Aga ' 'S -1 we Qi 'fi i in i 'r - Q 1 'Q A n 1 vi "'NnK ia 9 Theta Chi has the ball and the Phi Delts want it. Pictured are john Irwin with the ball, Don VVright, Bart Wood, Carl Moring, Steve Burns and Don Grundy. -189- Y, vi.-is bs Joe Majors, an outstanding performer in the gymnastics meet, soars high on the rings. Stanley Crimes applies ar holcl to Ed Arntzen in ai Wrestling bout. A record number of participants line up three deep for the start of the gruelling cross-country race. .. M .o .:,: .,rn W o - o -e 3 .,, - - .. , f Clearing the first barrier of the low hurdles in the spring meet are Avron Lewis, Les Altstatt, Don Daniels, Dave Perry, Teeny Gaston, and Mar- shall Knoles. Bill Tolley prepares to set up a spike for a teammate as Bob Wilson, Mike Kneubuhl and Bill Kemmeries look 011. 'A 4 do is Q .- , - Sigma Chi Don Breckenridge races the throw to first as Bob Hammerstein of SAE stretches to meet the ball. XS W Xin Wm? NEW Hamm E mn agx E mv sw X-M Mm W W M M Hmmm am mag-EN nw Fm mam ,gm mam ml XXX- W 'N an wwgmaw' .5-may WQXXXQLEH as figs XXXXXXQ-zwiissnm ig gms EX5, .wma .XXX Qgam M M XX mam as M mg Evra H M H GD Wagga Xwfjw X Mm XX :QQXXXX 23.1 X was M 'E XXX ww-XX haf-gf .XX 52.5, XXXXQXH,-was .X H M XXX :SMH TEX. XXXX BW B 'mai E27 HEHY E E V. W XE as M .X X H X. N mm N sm KX . mgf: X wi L w- xv". 13' W , XX X Hnjjgiswxl .gym . fn..-.ig BMX AKEN -., .N 2 HE H U H M HEL X XXX X X. :XX W ., H-2,5 W . -3: XX--saga' Q-XX- -. XXXXX-" W .H A, M -'X H.-XX ,XXXJX Z. XX , XXX: W. . ,X , W M E i B, X ' W .X .XJX H SZ M . .E . X E Engng -fig Xi, :ziggy-E XX- mf i jf Hmm ,B V - :VE ' , H XX XX. X, X. X-.E XX W X -M XX Wm XXX. 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Maxine'S athletic feats are largely based on her skill, sportsmanship, and friendliness. Maxine truly personifies the outstanding sports Woman. , ,kp- i ,P ' 7QvQr,h ' P .5 ear! 3 .4 - Pi Phis claim Maxine as their star catcher. Softball is one of her favorite sports. i s, .1 if 'aw W , , 1 N za Q-,ml ,w 'Qi -,, . my .- V WT -' K .f W - a :W Here Maxine shows her tennis form. Maxine gets off a long drive. 0utstandmg Sports Woman -193- link. W.A.A. Board members for this year were Fiont row Melbi Shelton Beverly Clark Ellen G1bb01l Carol Moore, Mary Hines. Second row Advisers Elizabeth Rose and Mary Pilgrim Tvlildr ed Gunbx Dorothy Joyner, Jane Evans, Ioan Scott Maxine Kulinovich Third row President M118 uet Windsor Alice Conclit, Ian Bragg, Jeanette G1lCll6y L17 Richmond F1 'mces ones Anne ohnson 'ind Bonnie Greene. Membership in A-Club for 1949-1950 consisted of: Front row, Liz Gibbon Ellen Gibbon, Hamilton, Boice, F ickj ett, Oman, Liebel. Second row, Tal- mage, Hines, Richmond, Shauliouse I-Ialloway, Kelley. Third row, Scott Hughes, Goodson, Miss Stanley, Mc- Cluskey, Fray, and Moore. -194- ll I , K, . f. ,-gf' 5? gf? Ae" fi X 49 X P if N Ng fr e. ,Q X Q 'X O I Y NX 2 1 ' 2? , it ii .Y ,,., ' 4. M -' X derail: x The womenis physical education staff included: Front row, Anne Natonek, Mary Pilgrim, Ina Gittings, Marguerite Chesney, Second row, Patricia Popp, Elizabeth Rose, Roene Stanley, Gwendolyn Niemi, and Ruth Clarkg I I I I r The P. E. majors for this year were: Front row, Reed, McCormick, Hill, Seay McBride, Liebel, Boukidis. Second row, johnson, Wagner, Atkins, O'Dell, Hines Dunn, Arvold. Third row, Frazier, Mills, Milligan, Rees, Holaway, Hicks, O'Con- nell. Fourth row, Woodruff, Schick, Nady, Siegel, Doyle, Hughes, and Cameron - 195 - 5 5 ' ss ' : -..,-- if V is MW ' 1 i. L ' is H K i .X r Q if is I - W-fu-wma. - ' f.1a:.:.:. Q .:. .:.: 4 S., A- 54. E p K H vu 1 Q Q I :.:::.: I 3 5 A I 315: .--::: f N. H , B :. .... . ww I-QR ..:f. . ,gage 54 ag .. .. W as e PL mms , Q gf i cs Independents won top honors in the fall swim meet. Team members included: Front row, Genevieve Hines, Louise Wagner, Mary McBride, and Mary Hines, who Won the individual high point trophy. Back row, Pat Downer, Marlena Vos, Anita Vos, and Janet Rees. in a breast stroke race Swimmers get ready for the novice clothes race. -196- N'lGITllJClS of the wmnmg Chl Omega team Wue First row, Martha Bang Betty Jacka, Anne ohnson, Flolence L.ush Bzubzua 11316 Second row, Sue Coodson, Gay Daniels, F ldl1C,Lb jones, Mary Hllleb, Ma1ga1et Ingham Czuol Moore, and Joan Scott. Independents Ann Boukidis and Dorothy Mills rush for the goal. ., L 4 W' MLQ5 WWW' 'LP ft Members of the U of A,s Women's Tennis team were: Front row, Evans, Bunton, Doyle, Jackson, jones, Bronson. Back row, Miss Chesney, Seay, O'Dell, Kelley, Jordan, Holbrook, Cotten, and Downer. U 2. ' ll f r 4 ,ff 'Q' .1 lr lg if-N' Q f gsm! l I 'i - J . Q., M ji ,J V- . - y -. 1 '-' ' ' if fa' - .- V . ,. 'Z ,J ,gf " - ' , if ' ' x i ' ,,. 1,T, si.. H m X Jean Doyle executes the flawless fore- qw, hand drive that helps maintain her title as the U of A's number one tennis star. - mam The Racquet Club, composed of outstanding tennis players, included: Front row, Doyle, Seay, Bronson, O'Del1, Holbrook, Jordan, Goodson, Iackson, Bunton. Back row, Kulinovich, Hines, Wilhite, Bilderback, Downer, Cotten, Pomeroy, Carlisle, Greene, Kelley, and jones. -198 - 1 up ll' ... .5 --1 sig ml s r is . W E E get ' swan - me f. em B as ms in ss n We ss n M l 5 w. if xi M 5,,M'Qeg L In the inter-house doubles, Thetas won from Kappa. The players were: Front row, Pat Jackson, Mary Wheeler, Ann O,Malley. Back row, Martha Iones, Alby Horton, and jean Doyle. Pat Jackson, one of the top players on campus, shows determination in this forearm smash. ' fennzs 5 I 'K '31 Jean Doyle holds the coveted cup she Won as Put aclxson and Jem Doyle doubles winners in the All zonl Intel collegiate Tournament, get leady fOl 1 match WAA Single Elimination Tournament Winner with Cloua Stephenson and ean lVl0lg?lH f1OlTl Pomona as Miss Chesney and Jane Reynolds, runner- up, look on. 199 - mn P i H Basketball This year's winning basketball team, Chi Omega, had the following mem- bers: Front row, Barbara Hare, Mary Hines, Betty Jacka, Carol Moore. Back row, Anne Johnson, Frances Jones, Jean Clark, Ioan Scott, and Florence Larsh. In a tense moment in the Chi Omega-L D S game, Lynette Mcllae tries to prevent Flor- ence Larsh from completing a bounce pass. Tao Sykes attempts to take the ball as other team members Watch closely. 1 -200- qv- '7 , I if 'EZ v I W. if 1- ,. Miss Rose, golf instructor and Putters spon- sor, meets with the class before going out to the golf course. Golf , , -.eriivggvfff wt L t,m:3,:afM: Pat Iackson, outstanding golfer and Put- ters president, gets away a long drive. is sr earn -' ,sw Y ' ' V ' -.f 1 ss W. .w W, B B and -, ,, wc Egan Q ,r Hier as r X i , it i f stvtr -,, , .ff - " ' - ' f , , eg ,f . . r , yi 1 it .15 A 2 . - , ff I JK V ' I Q ft , ': . is . 5.4 Members of Putters, womenis golf honorary, were: Front row, Ruth Rosenberg, Ioan Nel- son, Maxine Kulinovich, Putty Iakle, Susan Merriam. Second row, Miss Elizabeth Rose, Barbara Arvold, Maiy Kay Crist, Joyce Bennett, Pat Iackson. Back row, Jane Fickett, BarlJara Scliilt, and Pat O'Rielly. -201-- V 'K M Q r 'EL J: 575' 551 . X H.i? H-Bw AL-ssgigg-ssnxuwgssgs ss QE! mf QAM X-me 952355 ggggrfmwga lgwyil M AEE www H E .img mag? .Ensign HMM S8 M38 Zi E be -S8 B B EB rm we B 1- is ms .sm gr gr M B , in rm- H H mem H was mm se W. H swam -mg, WE awww -mnxxw-w Egiss ma 'Hines HEEL ss Hive Ee amgmi NRE EX -A-E1 EE V' B BV Hi MW? 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Q'-J ,fs I Mg. ., Jfiiii -- ww :W -fijsf-A M - MW -Mais "f-4,-at . wp -+,,,.i-qaslxw 1 .Q Q. 1 A With a hard push the ball flies over the net in the Alpha Xi-Alpha Phi game. Two pairs of eager hands go up in the air for the return play in the Phratares-Maricopa game. Chi Omega edged out Kappa to win the volleyball cham- pionship. WVinners were: Front row, Frances jones, Carol Moore, Joan Scott, Mary Hines, Teen Ferdell. Back row, Betty jacka, Anne Iohnson, Alice Condit, Martha Barr, and Jeanne Bendick. Volleyball Members of Orchesis, Women's dance honoraiy, were: Front row, Dennerly, Shoenhair, Stevens Patania, Smith, Talmage, Gosulich. Back row, Mills, Clawson, Foerster, McAllister, Neff, Sea- bury, Kurn, Briscoe, Clark, Van Kirk, Summers, and Sellars. Desert Mermaids, aquatic honorary, had the following members: Front row, Meyer, Grover, Baumgartner, Oman, jenkins, Lyall, Whitla, Liz Gibbon, Bishop, Boice. Second row, Ballon, jackson, Schick, Strehlow, Snuffer, Goodson, Lee, Drachman, Udell, F ennemore, jones. Third 1'OW, Woodruff, Ellen Gibbon, Haldeman, Hughes, Mrs. Niemi, Powers, Rees, Cullen, Holbrook, and l-ledgecock. Not pictured is Ernestine F rezlell, president. me tr - 203 A- Za ,- .J , Mildred C-unby draws back her bow string in perfect form. Representing the University of Arizona in the spring archery meet at Tempe were: Front row, Susanne Widdi-Otto, Barbara Goode, Ann James. Back row, Teddy Daniel, Betty Holaway, and Mildred Gunby. Not pictured is JoAnn Chinnock. J rc e ry Archers draw back their bowstrings and aim for the bull's-eye. Shown are Boukidis, Russell, Crispino, Weber, Davis, Williams, Sweet, Heclgecock, Shepherd, Orr, and Fogal. X 'X X 'xx , lx N X ff f' .1 f ,f if Bo wlmg VVinners of the fall howling tournament were the Alpha Bowlers watch anxiously as one of their Phis. Their team included Margaret Gannon, Frances team members gets ready to send the Long, Lois Coltard, Peggy Westgard, and Margaret ball down the alley. Lindsay. So ftball Y -JL Ye.- -a,1r.-.L-A , .. 1. A.. Smash! lt's a long hit out into the field. if ff' 'D ' W A M - W. , - 'ff ,g...,, ,f. W M - ss ' :ffl-fn .l.ffT?4Erf ZH 1529- ' ' I Ht fa. 'f .N . an , .fsstf nw? nV"fH',w H Q Q Q f " fp .wig-"1 -Sax' M w is ,Wai K- 1 we r, NEAR Q-Nmrrwsfww wi This batter prepares to run after getting off a hit. This yearis softball winners were the In- dependents. ,K A 'wa Their Fellowships F ' Q, ,. w ,. w-1 , , , H , , ' w . , , , if u -1 ix w 'ww "ww , w Sv I , was sm SEE-Z. qw-35 . mia Egg S an wwa, ss ms sm WEEW E- W5 was W' mira. wma a ms nm -mama, Pan-llellemc mx if Q5 -71.1 Q T naw Q new . , , 5 s ig e rf, ,.:, ZIQf"' .a :gn yy 'Ziff-?2 .vw tl' eflwli Q --' fl-, fp?-. I Z 'Q f ' ,Q nga! Qigsgsgyf. H , M5 as 1 . -Ha waii 'A E a- ALA... The Pan-Hellenic Council, which strives to promote cooperation and increase mutual under- standing between all sororities, included the following: Front row, Patricia Graham, Delta Delta Delta, Joan Tauber, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Margene Morris, Chi Omega, Carol Haller, Alpha Phi. Back row, Mickey Poliakoff, Phi Sigma, Mary Ann Carlisle, Pi Beta Phi, Martha Frazier, Gamma Phi Betag Barbara Stephens, Alpha Chi Omega, and Mary Ann King, Kappa Alpha Theta. ,. Mu -4 ....,,.. -208- ' Pan-Hellenic officers were Ruth Ro- senburg, secretary, Kay Sayers, pres- ident, and Mildred Cumby, treasurer. Y Inter-Fraternity P595 .IF C, the inter-fraternity council, regulates policies and activities for the fraternities on this campus. Members for this year Were: First row, Judson Wereblow, Tau Delt, Marvin Burns, ZBT, Ed Gerard, Delta Chi, Jim Hart, Delta Chig Rand Bookman, Delta Sig, Don Pitt, ZBT. Second row, Lowell Rothschild, Tau Deltg Dale Morenda, Theta Chig Dave Steinheimer, Kappa Alphag Dick White, Kappa Alpha, Don Butler, SAEg Brad Tolson, Kappa Sigma, Don Quigley, Sigma Chi, Bob Young, SAE. Back row, Dick Firth, PiKA, Don Holt, PiKA3 John Lingafelter, Theta Chi, Roman DeSanctis, Phi Cam, Bill Finger, ATO, Sherburne Brown, Sigma Nu, John McCormick, SAEg Swede Johnson, Sigma Chig Tom Ciochetti, SAE, and Bud Schirmer, Phi Cam. IFC officers were: Front row, Boths child, second sem. treas.g Butler, sec ond sem. president. Back row, De first sem. vice-pres., Finger, second sem. vice-pres. Not pictured is Bob Young, first sem. president. Sanctis, second sem. secy., Wallace, B if P Q W is a ga HW mf 'IJ' 'QE' as Dick Grinnell Sum McLaughlin Dean Burniele Put VV hite Dick Bannchr Kay Wielnnd Eddie Crozier Bob Doyle Phil Robertson V ic Rex Bob Brown Ronnie Countryman Joe Confer Ronnie McLean Joe Stevens Bill Peyton George McKhann Art Blueher Dick Rykken Bill Finger Bud Blakely Jack Vosskuhler jack Unland Vern Myers Colin Byerly Tyler Thomas Bill Bruster Bob WVuldburger Don Confer Dick Washington Pete Wliite Bill Armstrong Paul Krause Jack Bodcewes Frank Guthrie Doug Buck Alpha au 0mega i Larry Con for Jack Hayes Dick Pettit Bill Anders Art Barber Harry 'Talmage Fred Johnson Edward Hart Ben Hawkes Tom Morrissey Roy Brewer Lin Howard Vern Cook Jim Gifford Cecil james Chuck Bighy Al llall Pete Crouse Ronnie Utke Hal Adamson Ed Arntzen EPSILON BETA C1-IAPTER INSTALLED 1980 It looks as though the ATO's brought a little of their southern hospitality with them when they settled in Tuc- son. Along with their ability to en- tertain, this group is well known on campus for its school spirit. Y Z Alpha Tau Omega's officers: Front row, Bob Brown, corresponding secretary, Fred Johnson, treasurer. Back row, Bill Finger, vice-president, Frank Guthrie, president, Cecil james, secretary, Dick Washington, sergeant at arms, and Joe Stevens, sentinel. -211- Patricia Goss Beverly Brock Barbara Zrrkel Ioan Sherlock Margaret Orris Barbara Stevens jane Blyden Mary Ellen ThOfDbUIgAHH6 Hummel Claire Chamberlain Amelia Hofstetter Ioan Bunan Barbara Goedc Patricia White Mar1or1eIohnson Julia Money jean MacNee Betty Smclfur Jeanne Zern Dennerly Grace I Katherine Denning BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER INSTALLED 1930 The remodeling and beautiful new interior decoration of the Alpha Chi Omega house was one of the biggest events of the year for this group. De- spite a few worries over lost living room furniture, the mansion is now complete, right down to its copper- rnanteled fireplace. -212- AU' LSA: 4? 'au -cf? , ,,,.T-,1 . .rj Kofi.. ,, ' 1. I-L4 E! N1 4,3 . :gr Q i Q-A , .. .4 i E ' ' ' 4 Y -' 4 -fl - g'9'hei"" rj 'KK d sl lf' .SQ-f T-L' F 'Nga ,I W. lxwrrtt, . I' L " , 'Q l rf + F. , ,U . 47' Q3 SC? , - h'5...r' Cleo Bagshaw Frances Klng Joyce Hanley Patricia Smith Katherine Sayers Helen Sweet Rosemary Collins Dolores Kozn Rose Marie Rlnnie Barbara Shoup Marylin Haskin N etty Anderson Lois Nutting Shirley Remo Frances Carlton ,051 , Shirley Hartman Maraine Wilson Shirley Snook Helen Colwell Dorothy Gerrnuth Norma Rutherford Elona Haase Martha Harris janet Kenworthy Wanda Olson Grace Farrell Eugenia Campbell Lois Vaughn Patricia Henderson Anne Redacre Patricia Weber Gretchen WVarner Patsy Shuftiebarger Kit Scheifele Diane Sides Alphn Chi 0mega -213- 4,-an Don Nelson Stan Spence John Shelton Tx? K. Doug McPherson Jim Birmingham Pete Cella Larry Howard Dave Simmons Don VV omack Phil Monier Alan Palmer Lowell Arnold Paul Rees John Ramsey Bill Brown Don McClure Dave Riese George King Bill Oatis Randy Evjen Paul Penner M Al Pulido Miles Poole John Murray Jim Mooney Paul Waltz John Hazeltine Bill Dinlcmeyer Jim McPherson Don Dixon Roger Mullins C. J. Martin Sterling Tucker Bill Felix Clay Hitchcock -214- Mike Deir Norman Johnson Paul Ramsowcr Drew Lance Jim Girard Mike Keevan Ted Kline John Vascy Chet Vasey Jim Hart 'G' 'E' Iendricks elson jen jim Simley Dave Metllcy John Stille Delta 601 ARIZONA CHAPTER INSTALLED 1925 If intramural swimming is in question, the Delta Chi's could say a few words on this subject. Also, at Hoxnecom- ing, they proved their artistic ability by walking away with first prize for the Most Beautiful Menls Float. Delta Chi's officers: Front row, Anis Mitch- ell, asst. honsc mgr.g Don VVomack, second sem. prcs.g Travis Case, sgt. at armsg Milton llarvcy, recording sccy. Back row, Jinx Hart, first sein. pres,g Don McClure, pledge truinerg Ray Anderson, corr. sccy., and Joe Lewis, vice-pres. -215- Koi th McClain Kcn Coopwood Bob It upke Ed Guard Al Floss H Lrold Brasfield Vvilltlll' St. john Harry Rogge Jim F urn'1s Larry Henderson John Monier B1ll Iulcullen Fred Dunsmore Anis Mitchell Milton Harvey Don Daniels Carlos Puhdo Sam Stevens ., ,'. QM. megan wil if E55 ww ' His we .. f zww' Ioan Gruener Rita Goldstein Beverly Bergen Ruth Widelitz Day Ann Dobry Harriet Fruchtinun Enid Slmnhouse Yetta Katz Shirley Present Joan Tauber Mimi Rosen Ioan Lichtenstein Molly Cnndiotti Gloria Cohn Alpha Epsilon PM fv- X 1 r 4 X it x 1 i lil N 7 - 'V' ,K iiiifif Q ,. s ' :-f Q :xiii Dorcen Jackson Edith Ginsberg joan Hirsh Sondra Fischman Jenn Wiener Ruth Rosenberg Frances Smith ALPHA LAIMBDA CHAPTER INSTALLED 1940 The A E Phiis are the girls who triumphantly Walked away with the Pan- I-Iellenic Scholarship Cup first semester. Not only was this group outstand- ing for its grades, but it can boast of many members in numerous campus activities. ' 462' i .mf Alpha Epsilon l.'hi's officers: Front row, Ruth Rosenberg, house managerg f Sondra Fischmun, corresponding sce- rctaryg Shirley Prcscnt, recording see- rctury. Back row, Enid Shanhousc, vice-presidentg Jean NVicner, presi- dent, and Doreen Jackson, treasurer. --21'7- Howard Peterson Harold Purcell Charles Guitare John Haeber William Tatum Douglas Church Denver Kimberlin Daniel Foss john Jett Lloyd Selby Robert Dibble Harvey Nelson James Good Carl Klenke Harold Hunt George Seaman Glenn Freres Thomas Zangl Iohn Ellis Harry Rosen John Hocl-:ings Floyd Nietert William Bunce Loren Wood jerry Coffey Richard Ebert Jim Ron Holder Paul Maca Frank Hirst Al Harris Delta Sigma Phi -218- nyder John Miller Carl Appelin Chas. Wittenburg John Senning john MeCrael Pendley Edwin Meindl Robert Misner Elbert Thomas Robert Barnes Albert Hammer ramer Charles White Joe Christoff Louis Kisida Warren Cotton Prof. B. Bialk BETA OMEGA CHAPTER INSTALLED 1948 The Delta Sigs proved that they made a wise choice in queens when their Dream Girl of '48, Harriet Hanson, was selected as the national Delta Sig Dream Girl at the fraternityis Golden Anniversary Celebration held this year. Also this group placed second in scholarship among fraternities for first semester. Delta Sigma Phi's officers: Front row, Harry Rosen, vice-presiclentg John Jett, prcsidentg Warren Cotton, historian. Back row, Al A Hammer, house manager, and Charles Wit- tenburg, treasurer. V fn- sw' .WW -5-:Y J? 5- Alpha Phi -220-- Delores Cusick Mimi Gordon Mary Esther Lester Ioan VV ebb Frances McKinney Margaret Gannon Margaret Baker Frances Bridges N aney Everett Doris Elkins Jody Shaw Doris Newman Barbara Schwartz Mary Lou Hill Pat Downey Margaret Spencer Arline Bishop Carol Haller Margaret Billings Peggy Wcstgarcl Patricia Mead Marilyn Blair Ann Storms Dorothy Prince Haroldine Carter Barbara Wishek Nina Lyerly Elma Mac Henderson Patricia Smith Anne Marsh Margaret Lindsey Patsy Roach Louise Stagner Alice Tremblay Jacqueline McCoy Marie Lindberg -916' pf IP lv: 'Ev' H-'N v Ll 4. 'Q ' . Ann Sch meider Jacque Sundcrman Frances Long Sally Wishek Elizabeth Vosskuhler Jane Bopst Catherine Crane Mary Ellen Cramsic Betty Friend Marjorie Yclland Marion North Dorothy Polk Diana Brophy Lois Coultard BETA EPSILON CHAPTER INSTALLED 1922 Each year at Homecoming time, Alpha Phi comes more and more into the limelight. Whether they build a Wildcat roller coaster or a Wildcat heaven, these female mechanical geniuses consistently shine through to Win top honors for Homecoming house decorations. l fs lf" - 1 s..-fr 'CE' C7 Alpha Phi's officers: Front row, Barbara Schwartz, scholarship chairmang Patricia Downey, presidentg Elma Mae Henderson, vice-president. Back row, Mary Ellen Cramsie, recording secretaryg Margaret Gannon, corresponding secretary, and Margaret Spencer, treasurer. Dave Treganowan Ii1n'Martin George Steele George Crow John Kurz jim Bustrin Bob Thomas Mark Andrews Ed Schmidt jim Warren Ed King Bill Addington Dave Steinheirner George Cavanaugh Tom Standish Bob Arbogast Dick Ragle Art Price Jim Mclunkin Herb Waesch Dick White Benno Beismeyer Grant Warner Jack Bagos kappa Alpha Browning Bob Park Herman Lonclagin Ed Cleys Carl Hilliard Gene Thompson. George Gregory Tom Clevinger GAMMA EPSILON CHAPTER INSTALLED 1949 The Kappa Alphas celebrated the first anniversary of their installation on the Arizona campus by moving into their new house. Since their installation, they have made a real name for themselves through their consistently outstanding house scholarship record. ' - Kappa Alpl1a's officers: Front row, Richard Iiagle, vice-presiclentg Rich- ard White, presidentg Dave Stein- heimer, secretary. Back row, George Steele, treasurerg Carl Hilliard, house manager. -223 - Evelyn Moore Pat Hall Gay Joan Penoyer Lila Fae Seidel Jackie DeBolt Sally Bowers Mary Kamp Donna Wilson l Dolores Diehtemniller Frances Jones Norma Redmon Ernestine Fredell Christine Lewis Sheila Devine Jean Parkin vin. M' JoAnn Brown ,sp-w 1. "Hsu Jeanine Snow Alice Condit Mary Hines Nancy McKesson Margaret Bennett Ioan Scott P , 4 Bonnie Schuler Ioan Clark Patricia Frazer Chi Omega's officers: Front row, Ruth Fitch, secretary, Sue Gooclson, vice- presidentg Jean Bendick, treasurer. Back row, Ioan Brown, president, Carol Moore, pledge trainer. 1 JoAnne Auclree Patty Peggy Lac Sue Goods ZETA BETA CHAPTER INSTALLED 1926 Chi OlD6g21,S beautiful "southern man- sionv exemplifies this sororityis charm and hospitality. On campus, the Chi O's were active in school affairs and made a name for themselves by win- ning first place in nearly all of the women's sports. -224- 3,4- 6-0 -ia .J V. Smith Dudley trauch awcly Pat Snuffer Laura Downey Margaret Ingham Barbara Thomas Toby Clifton Q5 ,Fi Dorothy Barnett Donna Van Cleve Maggie Daniel Martha Wilson Marilyn Cullen QR, an an an Elizabeth Alcorn Alice Martin Jane Rogers Margene Morris Marjorie Strassburger Helen Moore Ann Browning Jeanne Bendick Ruth F itch Judy Backart ,RFQ n ,mx n w 5 1 nn an n Q my nn an nn an nn an rxgif nr nm B nn nn n H m n m n n mn n m Joan Browning Florence Larsh Patt Baker Gay Daniels Elizabeth Jacka Carol Moore Barbara Hare Martha Barr Virginia Bean Anne Johnson 601 dmega -225- new B an nw an an mr :fri Paul Palmer Jerry Dodson John Henkel Robert McCue Robert Large Richard Nowell James Dwight Douglas Kecldie Bob Bliss Ken Flickinger John Armstrong Iim Dunlap Steve Sudduth Ed Dennis Lew McCreery john Durkin Richard Corrigan Claude Wright Iohn Flanagan Richard Soule Gene Sykes Kappa Sigma's officers: Front row, Vern Lovett, vice-presidentg Brad Tolson, president, lack Lucas, master of ceremonies. Back row, Lotty Durazo, treasurer, and Doug Keddie, secretary. GAMMA RHO CHAPTER INSTALLED 1915 The Kappa Sigs proved they knew a thing or two about baseball when they walked away with the first place trophy for intramural baseball. They started off the year by moving into their new house on Third Street, and, at Christmas time, played host to a group of underprivileged children from Tucson. 31671, bg,-,73'.'Tv', It I -192, 3 S il il 7: V .-.X -D!! '."' ,' , ' I 14 1. f , A .iz CQ , u." Y N W 5- Q ' 'Cr' 1 nz Q-1 .r. rt ' it an Q, ', VM, . if " wwf it-.-r w L r la-1 far' lv' 'AAA .I .. Q.. l ,A 1 ., gf 46- M 4 Y S i l 1 z .,-,, ,, .. W- .. JK. , sl? S J . . N f . .Q PH, It s-,,,,r. S .t.,.. Li? F" ' v hr H M nl" 4. I W A . 15' : .K "JN "'iS t1',,', , 4, ,, A: V 4" fy-1' i .'l4jk .. ' A :H i few ll 'f P 4, l 4. 3-gg ,o v ' , . ' 3' ,, , . nl f' ,. 'Iii' F. ' ' I ay" l ' -A -iff' J , I 5- 1 f' Verne Seidel Bob Spencer Don Lawrence Keith Jackson Nils Johansson Ned Darnall Bruce Kelley Fred Hague Tony Morales Tom Lawson fl-N i l.l 4? Earl Pottinger Tom Barker Vern Lovett Alan 1-Ioule Miles Oldfatlier Lloyd Jenney Bill Wolfe Mike Pistor Ernie Ruterman Walter Boyd kappa Sigma Ted Anderson Scott Schaffer Doug Reed William Cleverly Ed Davis .522 . "-""' ""' """' r ' it 'i' " 't " .:. .. :. :" a 3 . W' - -.H I Z! ., , ., .... , .:. -:- :F - f ' :g: J t- , llb- -- H .5.:.:. :.: 5 :tv ' H . ' wwe 1, E ff "V V . llll I .W I. I H Q H ' , w 'R' -.F 5 W 53: Ruth Johnson . W A tg ,V t fi 1 .2 0 .,, eggs . Fi 3 5 , ff Sf, M , H , - 5 2 ggi' - V 2 ' j 2-1 3 Q . j EXE ii Z N MI R Q Suzanne Pratt 1 'YQ -- A ' ,.,. ,1 " E ' ' . i if f Q 'Q ' - Q 4 - ., g- , M My Arm Mvfrill ' W Q ' - , ii' ' , . Lx ' t 7 UE 5 N H gi 4 -jj 5 g - --:L gg .ai '4 Q .:. :.- 9 . : ::. 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O ' ' 2 --'- -- H22 5 f , Q 2 Q W "'z x ' Mildred Greenfield - flings: f .313 S - L- ff' - ' L, Q- ur- 'TN 1 " .L Z.. . ,... We . , as , 4 .K mg, , ., , A X 1 x w in fu., ,H .... , x 45 E Q ru, 1,5 N . T . 3 Suzanne Meyer ..' Q,-512 ' , : i if Y A A " fl fs!! f V r j - T gig Qfg-s,,f?QM " Hg, mv' '. 549' Annalyn Fhompson F H ' y 4 , '- Betsy Bowen -:- :-: ' an -- '--'- In :?:E EEV:.,. ,fp-Y ' r, . E- + f M ....... -2- 2-3' Y 1 Q 1 .V Q 5 4 . F Egg as , Marian Atwood " t H552 E M ij if 3 -' , . l ,Z luqluuu 5 E ' iss - E22 ig H Lallac Andre re 1 C H :rr " 12 2: " ., E L ' W ljgjg gl ii , 1 x 'mg s Patricia Graham " 'r ,J . , . ,mr ig f,Q.5L E Mary lXkltl1fyl1CflSt W8 Y' V '- - ' .-' . ' " ' ' ' A A f s . Wit, Q f f - Q W fue' MN-ff - :fi l N0f1'Hl5W1l'1S0H 'vw ,H , Lili, 22 T 1- ,g" ' " -H x .F " Dawn Cooper 1, ff' , " I 1 M ,. , ,, . ,... :,. V - L 1- fi ---- 1 l4lVirflGl1lcl x 1 K' W E: , mg. . uf L 1 X- -tjiifi V Elf R kk i ., i Q EE-lj x H 2 si 1 M .,.. , L' H 51 " 1:1 5 . w . W. E 1.'.r. s . 'Sf' 7 Elizabeth 1' airhanks Wg Ms 4 :SBSH W , I I --.- 7' ' - ' V' 'S 5, " 'E:E'II5 ' 1 " :E 'i' E'i Y I .l ' 553 ' -52 wiki ,N 2 X Wi - H ri , Louise Buchanan W -E ow jf, " Y sf 14' A r ' if s M ., 'N gi, 'if QI ,. .5 5" , Mildred Gunby W - a: s la w .. .5 , fr. ' ' it is "gf P' sg ef gl S n rar. ff ,H E fx R W. 1 Y ig we I - Miiwewti B. .. ' H me ,xv LP Ruth Coykendall M W Z.. , , it i -. MI- f Q 6 I . i QE " V, 3 I H ggi N L Q Dons Ann Ocker S ' ' H 4 ' " ,Q TZ ' 1 E QL mi s ' I IrmaneaBurcha1n V ., ,... l Z-bf.: Fw H rf E B., , 1521 .st feftteis M 1 me as ,ea , 4 mf H 'as M-f E Bar .ns ,ea . .az if' 5 5.5 Q, . 5 as '42- ... Q 8 P-3'J.T Uses' gm? -'Q W6 PHI BETA C1-IAPTER INSTALLED 1946 ex their own Tri Delts Christmas dance at Mt. Lemmon. Between times, E51 Causing a stir on campus with rendition of nSI1OWbOllI1Cl,v the shivered through a memorable they kept the architects busy drawing up plans for their new house, which will go under construction soon. X 5 Delta Delta Delta's officers: Front row, Shirley Brazie, house managcrg Lucy High, treasurer. Back row, Elizabeth Fairbanks, prcsidentg Donna Gentry, secretary, and Irmanea Burcham, Vice-president. if ff ms. 4 ,N we 'Q -5- we -228- M - Ma es Q B -ew i E W E x Mary jean Elliott Betty Colman Nancy McFarland Lorraine Proctor joan Scigle Frances Emerson Donna Gentry Frances Sclnniclt Sundt june Nady fig Gretchen Lindcnau "" Evon Craves Carol Bliss Marcia Mae March Patricia Peters Barbara Zollinger Jean Hamilton Martha Jane Anderson Darleen Homar Theodora Daniel Ann Hough Mona Berry Donna Lane Daisy Gillespie Conn Sue Donohoe Marian Ojeda Shirley Brazic Lillian Pritchard ff' . Charlotte Webber Delta Delta Delta Tom Berry Phil Waggener Walter Wofford john Cronin Dale Maxson Don Cooper Charles Knight joe Halloran Jerry Lawyer Tom Waddell Don Tewart John Redfield Vincent Argento Keith Kennedy Bob Denny Beck Grabau Ward Clore Dave Murray Roger Stephenson Carvel Wolfe lambda thi Alpha Virgil Carson Frank Shaw Joe Young Bill Kelly Charles Byers NValt Jaeger Jerry Clark John Brandon Larry Jordan Glen Crandell Roger Stephenson jim Garrison Kenneth Zislnann Sherwood Owens Harry North Tom Morgan Leonard Snyder Bob Reynolds ZETA BETA Cr-IAPTER INSTALLED 1947 In April, Zeta Beta Chapter held a conclave for all Lambda Chi chapters in the Rocky Mountain states. All sororities and halls on campus nom- inated girls to compete for Lambda Chi queen, who was crowned by alum LeRoy Trinz, dance director for War- ner Brothers in Hollywood. .ma 4-ni- Lambda Chi A1pha's officers: Kenny Zusmann, treasurer, Glen Crandall, rush chairman, Roger Stephenson, president, jerry Lawyer, secretary, and Dale Max- son, vice-president. 231 - sis? Ann Mendenhall Ann Van Horn Carla DeVries Janice Scully " H Ioy Schick Joann Reynolds xx xr Delta G23.1Hl1121,S officers: Front row, Midge F oerster, vice-presidentg Pat Small, corresponding secretary. Back row, Jan Bragg, recording secretaryg Nancy Bea- man, president, and Lucille Sellars, treasurer. -Q ug, as W .. Q E is is is it E e W 5 Q Sift w www - Phyllis Wesch Shirley Baum gartner Marcia Hiller Margaret Peterson Barbara Hester Pat Crawford w L X It "': W J, . ..,. ,K a .Y l Us www W t " 'G' S9 Q. B ,- as vt .5 . E N E -B E im 'awf- xsrhl I R1 , H 'QL W r H WHT I 'S is-silk - K D83 ' H B 5 -Er E Tie , - it H fn jfs 232 are .Q H - H t sr is ri iv W M H E MHS? E K M--ctw ..,, s sw 1 rm s as W ' was -,M g rs Sylvia Robles Marcella Ellis Frances Bilderback Iudy Bargmann Marjorie Foerster Melba Shelton Barbara Martin Shirley Austin Paula Wishek Marilyn M, Bailey Lucille Scllars Norma Matz Joan Woodruff Ian Emmons Hall Barbara Burt Bunny Bogue Glendora Otis Diane Curtis ALPHA P1 CHAPTER INSTALLED 1923 Rounding out an active school year, the Dee Gees this spring saw the re- modeling and construction on their house started. One of their many charity projects included a Silver Tea held in April as a benefit for blind children. Also, they claimed this yearis Homecoming Queen. QR 'Q' NW G? U' H " 4 E 5, 1 , .-1 la H .- . Sukey Chamberlain Beverly Barker Joyce Glover Mickey McQuacle Pat Small 'CSV 4 fi ' . QI ' n 1 Q .riikz ,EJ 1. Joan Nelson Ferol Deaderick N adean Kerfoot Gloria Wilmsen Dorothy Guenther 'Ns 6' wa Maris Steven Ian Bragg Gloria Rich Nancy Beaman Pat Ryan Lois Hammond Nanci Lewis Evelyn Potter Arclith Fannin Beverly DuNah Sana Washburn Martha Werbrick Mary Ann Steele Audrey Light Pat Dunne Dorothy Harrell Jane Link Phyllis Reynolds Ruth Loughridge Nancy Garter Delta Gamma -233- Nancy Porter Patsy Hiester Alice Bradley Ioan Adams Carri Johnson 'QW mr, 29 Clary Lusby William Andrews john Goss Larry Myers Peter Finch Harry Geyer Don VV right Gene Meador A1 Bates Torn Leenhouts Stan Downing Bart VV ood John Goodson Steve Burns Norm Johnson Jim Holmes Gene Springer Lewis Moore Bill Alberts Matthew Rockwell Glenn Stanley Buster Grady Hugh Rodney P.Van Benschoten Geoffrey LaDomus Jim McNulty James Leenhouts Bill McDowell Carl Abrams Jim Tidwell George Ham David Perry Tod Thompson Kurt Storch George Stivers Paul Vogelheim Winthrop VVilliams Robby Robison Dan Finch Bill Schworer Bob Van Lone Chan Lefebvre Phi Delta Meta -234- W rlter Roche Charles Stratton Bob Krueger Dean Moody Charles Johnston Bob Meier Thomas Parker C xrl Moring Bob Buchanan Doug Ward joe Wlrisenant Knox Culley George Hill George Wittman D rx id O'Mcura Lee Escher Royal Rudolph David North Jerry Buchanan Joe Robbins George Stewart ARIZONA ALPHA CHAPTER INSTALLED 1922 Well known for their living room wall paper, Chevrolet convertibles, and hilariously witty masters of ceremo- nies, the proud wearers of the sword and shield continue to paint their castle blue and white and strive for the advancement of all. ,QJ Phi Delta Thetzfs officers: Front row, Bob Buchanan, treasurerg Gene Springer, secretary. 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II X IIII I ' , - lljgjgjg 'J fail l E . .ll - " - IV ' . .-,Z .. .SME ..f '-i'i' FSE -5. - E - .V N.-1 . 1 t 1 Bertha Coxon Patricia Lady Elizabeth Richmond Carolyn Sievwright Elizabeth Parrish Martha Mclick Margaret Windsor Patricia I-Iuddlcston Lois Wilky Barbara Gotthelf Myra Bailey Mary Louise Dean Grace Appleyard Sheila Marsh Evelyn Neely Elizabeth Eicks Suzanne Hunger Till French Georgia Thompson Elizabeth Eliot Patricia Ecller Mary Lou Turner Kathryn Johnston Joan Mucnzbcrg Yvonne Anderson Doris Ann NVire Katherine Dennison June Early Louise Hopkins Patricia Lewis Jane Evans Jeannette Griclley Margaret Lyerly Noel Nitchie Jane Langdon Patricia I-less Barbara Goff Jean Cayia Patricia Jakle Charlotte Abrams Barbara Schilt Betty Crutchfield Renee Breton Sylvia Haynes Sarah Seabury Janice Cotten Betty Sergeant Diane Pinkham Joanne C-oelitz Gamma Pm Beta -236- Q' - -' 1 .-.-i , f1Ixll" r' V 5 0, ' -il, , L-' V' H 'J' 'X M ' - V ' f , V R aviiln V - A 2,5 E 1 .',1' G lv A AQ ' . C 1 ,-if N '- - i- -. V 1 1 5-'l,f':" 4 : 7' If 1-A 'arf' Q L -E' H mlm I Ei P' as ,G-.1 i a , si y is .. NW -0' .F ALPHA EPs1I.oN CHAPTER INSTALLED 1922 The Gamma Phis were very active in all campus affairs this year and ranked high in scholarship. Among their many other achievements, they took top honors with their beautiful Home- coming float and claimed the 1950 Desert Queen. -237- ff ax it 2 li fi, .1 -, . i .f. fi l fm , 'iv 'P' GC 1 'nv J i J I t V in '- A 1-f,,,H ,Q 1 gg I 5 I- X SS .J z y J I U 'G' Barbara Butcher Barbara Cunningham Ioan Michael Patrick Beverly Butzen Ayleen Clark Nancy Lea Rita Shupe Ellen French Louise Grafe joan Kendrick Marilyn Cole Shirley Io Casselman Martha Frazier Dolores Granzow Jeanne Carter H elen Heath Robbie VVilson Virginia Scott Margaret Moore Georgiana Sykes Marie Martin F lonnie Puelle Ioan Doughty Syvilla Jackson Marjorie Morse Alice Pefley Sharon Hillary Janice Refsnes Linda Brooks Kathleen Brode Gamma Phi Beta's officers were: Front row, Till French, presidtnt, Pattv Iaklc, recording secretaryg Lois Wilky, house manager. Back row, Betty Eliot vice pres identg Pat Lewis, corresponding secretary, and Liz Richmond, treasurer ,Mr 50,- Bud Schirmer Roman DeSanctis john Williams Dave Ewing Dan McKinney Hank Seaney Bill Saunders Bob Boice Lee Davis Dan Bergin Jim Tolley Vin Ciruzzi Joe Mulrein Mike Fletcher Clancy Pendergast m, x-ml Bob Bailey Harold Dill John Smith Pete Howell Walter Schulze 1. Walter Hanson Jim Young Bob Cooney Karl Eller Fred Andrews 'Nm Bob Charles Barry Brokaw Tom Royden Fred Snyder Dick Rhodes Phi Gamma Delta 238 -- Rny Griswold Don Knotts Frank Boiee Gail Rogers Sam Lindumood Jack Quinn jim Davis Leslie Altstutt Gene Cunningham Douglass Kneubuhl Bill Tolley Jack Frukcs Dutch Kunde john Rosenberg Jzunes Morris Dick Oxnnm James Wheat Bruce Thoeny Bill Kemmeries John Kirmzm John Fox Put Kimmerling John Mueller Roger Alison Gene Sehaller UPSILON ALPHA CHAPTER INSTALLED 1931 This year the Phi Cams showed they could keep campus wheels, athletes, and "Most Eligible Bachelorsv all in the same house. They placed first in intramural basketball and volleyball, and their pledges brought home the first place trophy for the Interfrater- nity pajnma race. -239- 1 a E -es Mary Muzzarelli Pat O'Rielly JoAnn Ash Kay Ament Virginia Remy mv' Ann O'Mall,ey Canice Gardner Nan Walton Alby Horton Sherry Boice Beverly Clark Mary Ann Neff Lorraine Yeek Norma Hurley Mary Wheeler Martha Jones Dorothy Bodeewes Janet Chambers Suzy DeMoure Barbara Larson xmas ss xx- ms may a a 5:1 22 as at 'L was is is mass M B 'ka E if M M swim nl X8 .J fn m X . new an Q me EE, any makin Hu is n K l it F652 wi we img? Q EW 'G' .ff ff? .419 .J an 1-1 ff' U' 'UL if x, i R ' l LB KY 1 W is Martha Sehoenhair Susan Merriam Barbara Leininger Joan Ganz Finclley Randolph Ann Leahy Miriam Hamilton VVencly Marshall Mabel Meyer Dorothy Baker Anne Clayton Marion Rinear Yvonne Brown Kappa Alpha Theta's officers: Front row, Virginia Caples, house managcrg Margaret Wise, social chairman. Back row, Joan Ganz, vice-presidentg NVencly Marshall, president, and Ellen Gibbon, treasurer. --240- 51? Elizabeth Gibbon Betty Quinn Jane Evans Mary Ann lung Sara Shafer ephr-rd fct re almage low Nancy Knight Mary Blakeslcc Pattie Stephens Patty Hcdgccocl: Pat jackson V irginiu Caplcs Virginia Davis Ellen Cross Sally llodgson Kathryn Hobbs Sallie Sehrcc Mary F6I'lI'lClll0I'L' Nancy Crosby Margaret Wise Babs Ruible Margery McNabb Gretchen Kieckhefer Jean Doyle Harriet Bassett janet Kemp Dianne Downing Nancy Murray Mary Hodges Sis Ganz appa Alpha --241- Mina Pacheco Toni Harpst Cissy Iewett Ellen Gibbon Lorena DeSanctis .loan Stevens BETA DELTA CHAPTER INSTALLED 1917 The Thetas this year proudly boasted of four fraternity queens and of the Rodeo Queen, as Well as finalists for the Desert and Homecoming Queens. In addi- tion, they had many other mem- bers in campus honoraries and activities. In tennis, they took first place in the women's dou- bles, and at Homecoming time won second place for house dec- Meta Don Gooder Howard Komarek Peter Baldwin Don Niewold Richard Mates Henry Czaikowslci Byron Davis Jamm Letson David Grant Dean Olson George Stinger Reginald Hislop Patrick Burke Lawrence Cruse John Hart Leon Sanchez Bradford Hall Thomas Hood Carter George James Smith John Marohn Robert McCaig Charles Ackert Burnham Parfet Thomas McKay Bernard Lennon James VVelsh Sam Ross Phi kappa Psi 19. George Jensen Thomas Kelly David Perkins Robert Arvold Howard Seaman Charles Craves Clcnn Baker William XValluce Roy Hansen Thomas Monahan Rex McPhaul Peter Brown ARIZONA ALPHA Cr-IAPTER INSTALLED 1947 The Phi Psis celebrated their third anniversary on campus with their Founders' Day Banquet, February 19. They We1'e very proud of the redeco- rating job on their house, and enter- tained at several open houses before football games. Many of them were active in campus publications and honoraries. They climaxed a busy year by taking first place in the Uni- versity sing. ,X Phi Kappa Psi's officers: Front row, Don Cooder, presidentg Larry Cruse, vice president. Back row, Carter George, corresponding secretaryg Peter Brown, treas urer, and Bernie Lennon, sergeant-at-arms. -243- '?'3f 252 - Q. rf Y ,Lf '9- lx M Evelyn Spiers Carolyn Brady Mary Alice Babby Molly Potter Ann Sayre Pat Lawson Anne Pomeroy Susan Walton Pat Kettering Jacqueline Haynlore Betty Uclell Mary Shellcnberger Susan Bugbee Elizabeth Holbrook Pat Sharpe Io Ann Kinnison Iannny Sue XfV2l1'Cl Eva McDuff ff 'fbi 'O Isfx .s 'f- i A Q? V ' .g l in gg 13 ,, visit o' i al 'f 1 ' rf, ...less ' 'H . R. ' Nancy Hughes Nan Davis Katherine Floette Betsy Halclelnan Totsie Adams Friedcrica Horn Pat O'Keefe Marilyn Chattin Anne Lourie Nancy Juliani Beverly VVahl Miliana Drachman 17 1' Q'-... 1 1 ., 1 i 1 -5 mx 4, li . 3. l J Carolyn Parsons Mary Sherwood Mary Lou Langley Mary Lou Briscoe Elizabeth Williams Barbara Lent Pat Parker Donna Fliclcenger Joann McKinney Alzora Benton Georgia Keahy Tao Sykes Kappa Kappa Gamma -244- 1 it Jody Thompson Mimi Matanovich Virginia Spear Jane Iloneyman Anno Craig Jeanne Young Ioan Irvine Dora Heap Rota VVallis CZAINIIWA ZETA Cr-1AP'1'ifu INSTALLED 1920 The KKG's are well known on campus as the U of A songbircls. In addition to their musical talent, they can boast of a first-place trophy on their super- colossal Homecoming float and of a good number of members in various campus and athletic activities. Eleanore XVhitla Kay Stunz Virginia Ballon Prina Stanley Taffy Lanser Jewell McFarland Ann Scharbau Bonnie Lou LaZarr Carolyn Keating Pat Bunton Laura Louise Norris Ioan Luscher fx 4-S '75 'Y' v "fr" C7 3? Kappa Kappa GZllTllHk1,S officers: Front row, Carolyn Brady, presidentg Mary Lou Briscoe, vice-president. Back row, Ioan Irvine, corresponding secretary, Jewell McFarland, recording secretary, Pat Kettering, house manager, and Sue WValton, pledge trainer. -245- Lf' 57? "-A 'fiffif X wx. L K url, -fi' X15 Dick Haga NVz1yne Delvin Don Squire Paul MeCzunent Robert NVilson Larry Ollason Joe NVz1lden Robert Butcher Daniel Griswold joe Langdon Hugh Cuinn Dave Evans Dan Tappero Pete Formo John Calley Don Reckart Mike Hemperly John Shelton AI Reineman Lynn Rhodes Bob Barker Don Holt William Rogers Dale Thornburg Don Ferguson Ralph Simons Bob Hayes Richard Clemans Jack Haight Harold Sims P1 Kappa Alpha it Vance Taylor Robert Dunham Dick Towne Paul Laos Tom Moss john WVindes john Knight Lem Shattuck Al Rcineman Dick Firth Kenneth Shill Harold Niles CJAMNIA DEL'l'A CHAPTER INSTALLED 1924 The Pi Kaps were well represented in varsity basketball this year with three men on the team and two team managers. They also were kept busy starting a colony at Tempe and plan- ning for the construction of their new house. Pi Kappa Alpha's officers: Front row, Harold Sims, house managerg Donald Fer- guson, secretary. 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Georgia Ellsworth Mary Helen Powers Kathryn Elsea Nancy Ekern Suzanne Sporlecler Virginia Lcnt Sally Wfilson Alice Lcxnan Arra Kulinovich Kathleen McNabb Diane Bcrnct Elena Blake ARIZONA ALPHA CHAPTER INSTALLED 1917 Showing their usual hearty spirit, the Pi Phis came through this year by Winning the speedball cup and placing in several of the women's other sports They also had an outstanding number of members in campus honoraries. -248- 5'-H -C7 D N fx! .,,.I .1 . line Boevcrs s Brock nn Scbree McElroy et Rice 1 wif af 1. 'sf at K . me 1' nz' 1 Q5 un' W . H4 H v ' ,41 i I. H 1 W 9 in A 1 1 x l 3 B' if I I I 1.'i,.E"7fl at Lf" 'E ,. "K .1 sf. X 43 .P A1 pw . ' i Q' w H' I va' Ann S. Jennings Patricia Olson Gloria Sloan Diane Moore Martha Thomas a H! y Drumrnoncl Suzanne Gillespie .r I I ia Q- , ,. ,Jw I 1452" ,V '. 1 " -cv l K x -: J - jf - , Y:--,. I '- .. 'Q 2. -In --5 . TJ i . 1' . r ' - 1 N' '- -1. , , ll it f , l ' , . '73' . If 1' .viz 1, V y . 'u 5. 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Marjorie Kelley Betty Bayne Ann Mills Sue Groover Ann A. johnson Patricia Kelley me wg zggmw 1 muslim saw K use ,-.31 s my W -a.'-massage mise .. fe s 2 W -:- " -. - ri i-i . qi :gs M H , . Barbara Brooks Tiny Hobart Helen Hubbard Carolyn Sinnnons Barbara Beeinan Theresa Smith was i-if Q 1 was ss a if an an an mms is E me is was K. Hi Hi. Ki a in Barbara Ballard Elizabeth Jordan Lois Lyall Bonnie Greene Peggy Paxton Jane Rubel E , 1 Mike Dewar Bob VVaddlington john Melanson Lewis Dennis Cecil Crouch Bob Hammerstein Frank Drachman Frank Newberry Hay Watson Scott Norris Don Boucher Max Spillsbury Bill Jackson Dan Olmstead Spence Andrews Don Butler Bob Francy Bob Ewing Bill Iakle Bill Fox Bill Ayres Leon Blevins Hugh Harelson John McCormick Buck O'Riclly Sigma Alpha Epsilo fl? john I-Iock Bob Schofield Bob Morrison Bill Browning Bill Andrews John O'Kccfe lclal llicliardson Del Lewis 1. ii- Bob Hutchinson Jim Madsen Jack Stoeckel Bill Boyer ARIZONA ALPHA CIIAPTER INSTALLED 1917 In addition to being famous for their tremendous serenacles - c 0 m p l e t e with soloists, "mariaehis," and the flaming SAE pin -the Sig Alphs have caused a small commotion this year with their beautiful new house. They can, too, boast a number of out- standing athletes and campus person- alities. Dick Chattin Dave Decker Joe Cumming Bob Young Don Parlett Ben Hill Don MacKinnon Fred Sargent Paul Loef Cale Bell Irwin McMahon Tom Hall Tom Ciochetti Bill Cryderman Norman Bingham Tom Spear Sigma Alpha Epsilonis officers: Front row, Bob Ewing, president joe Cummings, house manager. Back row, Del Lewis, vice-president Fred Sargent, recording secretary, and Bill Fox, corresponding secret rry f ea .L?'iq,i., v gm! Cathy Mills Ethyln johnson Mary Strittmatter Anne DcGreen Marjorie Padilla Beatrice Catricala Mollilou Houck Margery Buckingham Barbara Coenin Louise Talmage Janice Darlington Anita Vos Helen I. Hoffman Carol Cumm Zena Sullivan Alice Boebinger Janine McGuire Helen Alrlgrcn Charlene Carlson Rosa Lec Ackley Ellen Weiricli Juanita Pruslia Alice Ridgeway Marilyn Sergeant Phratares Virginia Nagel M irilyn Schneidcr Put Fay 'Lggy Mulcahy Betty Ilolaway 1 l 1-.2 'ia Af, W L , Xiu- vu'- i.y A Q' 1 ii 1 3 'li if -Y fi' ' 'l ' A Y .I.:l4-jj., p s -1. J X I M an xwiitl, ,hi V: H 1 Q. -- It :gnu X' y ifyggeg . Q47 ,sp V? ' K , Dorlecn Ray Judy liichcrson Ginger Iackson J IQANIBDA CIIAP'l'15lK INSTALLED 1938 Along with their many other activities and social functions, Pliratares, towns- womenis group, did an outstanding job in charitable work, which included their Christinas and Easter parties for the Yaqui Indian children, visits to the Ryland Home for the Aged, and Christmas caroling at hospitals and welfare homes. -253- janct Palser Mary Dunn Lydeanna Treckcr .loan 1 atania X-371 'I Betty Milligan Betty Tracy Pat Liebel Beverly Beach Fay McCormick Georgia Lieban Betty Craw Pat Sweeney Pat Leftfield Ruth Jean Solot Alice McCluskey Sally Hicks Marlene Vos Sylvia Salcow Gwen XVilson Boblyn Ricksen Phratares, officers: Front row, Alice Ridgeway, treasurerg Mary kay Dowdy, cor responding secrctaryg Alice McClusky, vice-president. Back row, Ruth Iean Solot, recording secretary, and Virginia Nagel, president. 2 MZ... .' RWM. 5131363 r-1'f?31t2E3'i. aa. -'Jw da: Bill Clark George Greene Lou Gibney Bill Helfinstine Bill Over Bill Stier Pete Corpstein Stan Hull George Rex Charles Wilson Jim Blasclell Robert VVallace Marshall Knowles Phil Peterson Bob Ingram Halclen Lowry Bruce Larson Bob Guthrie Leland Young Judd Gregor Dick Reynolds Art Pacheco Norm Gaisford Roy Kelly Dana Gatlin Bert Dickinson Bob VValter Bud Cronin Lloyd Peterson Gayle Smith Marshall Humphrey Huy Stephens Claude Wheeler Bob Stubbs Louis I-Iuesmunn Roger Lenhardt Charles Ackerman Robert Verbiea Charles Yost Charles Leonard Lloyd Hollis Robert Howell Sigma Chi - 254 -- H irry Henson Ed Burns Bill Clazier Bill Penn Arve Michelson Chuck Smallhouse John Ince I owell Bailey Don Breckenridge Earl Powles Frank Hull Howard I-Iersey George Yard Cary Frame Phil Bryce Don Murray Myron Babby Bill Evans Gerry Seavy john Carroll John Norton I mek McDuff Don Quigley Boyd Clements Bob Hermann Don Smith Jim Savage Marvin johnson BETA PHI CHAPTER INSTALLED 1921 Known to near-by sorority houses as the beloved practical jokers, the Sigma Chis are well known in other circles as the boys who won intramural ten- nis and boxing, took first place in the Homecoming house decorations, and had many outstanding scholars, hon- orary men, and athletes. -255- Sigma Chi's officers: Front row, Bob Stubbs, second semester president, Swede johnson, first semester president. Back row, Bob Wallace, pledge trainer, Earl Powles, treasurer, and Richard LeSueur, secretary. Lawrence Colip 1-Iersch Collins Dick Clark Earl Glenn Reginald Smith Dick Mountjoy Tom Tomlinson Phil Lyddon Ed Lobdell Tom VVooclburn John Kulinovich Charles Clark Alex Brodie Al Jones Paul Carroll Don Getty Bob Kallman Ben NVilliams Dan Ellis Dave Brodie Bob Householder Henry Garretson Bill Laird Barry Bowen Dave Donnan Dave Kyle Bill Huebcrt Jim Maloney Bob Campbell Nick Paulos -256- Bill Mendes Robert Douglas Hall Tom Brooks Shcrburnc Brown Harry e John May George Morrison Lathrop Roberts Bill Olclenhurger Jack Frances Don Higgins uerson Huy Gihhings Gordon Potter Don Colter Sam VVoodburn Dick Herrington XVayne Xvilson egory Thuycr Toner Harry Amster Robert W' ebb Ed Sampson Max VVilson Jim Marsh :gum Nu EPSILON ALPHA CHAPTER INSTALLED 1928 The boys from the Hlodgeu over on Tyndall showed that they could build a prize-winning Homecoming float. At Christmas time, they chose their zuinual White Hose Queen. This year they were very proud of the new face- lifting job in their living room. was mf. V an s E as 'P' 4- am sr ss E B ii fs . E ,.:.:.: ...V ,S W fi 35 Q15 H it 5 3 Q H Q lr H H 2 2 E .:.: . m :.:-1 at E F it s s H Q, mtg E -fs: 2 Q, 1 E V is 5: -- .:.s.:. :: - H . III, If I . QQ E. 5 E 'H E L-at f T91 Q J-rf iw QSQM .hw ' n 'gms aww. sages 552.231, me-me ss.- Em new new Hmmm: B.. a E , ms me S E3 E . si E sm new his M rw -up 2 - Sigma Nu's officers: Front row, Ed Sampson, presidentg Henry Garretson, vice- president. Back row, Dick Herrington, house manager, and Philip Lyddon, secretary. in ll Arnold Serbin Myron Ginsburg Bertram Cohen Seymore Paul Bernard Goldberg Edward Berger Rohert Schachner Charles Whitehill Stanley Kroen Ezra Regen Robert Blinder Julian Schachner Martin Shaw John Cohan Lawrence Pann Paul Levy Lowell Rothschild Frank Lazarus Joel Brusiloff Stephen Bleich Lawrence Multer au Delta Phi Albert Mallis Edgar Garber Judson Wcrbclow Richard Bleich Selig Kaplan Gerry Epstein TAU DELTA C1-IAPTER INSTALLED 1947 The Tau Delts moved into their new house this year. Later they celebrated their F ounders, Day Banquet on the occasion of their first anniversary as a national chapter. In intramural sports, they Won first place in the handball doubles. vwz. MWF? W li ' . il -259 - 4.13 N Tau Delta Phias officers: Front row, Charles WVhitehill, historiang Frank Lazarus, pledge trainer. Back row, Judson WVerbclow, vice-presidentg Stanley Kroen, pres- ident, and Lawrence Pann, secretary. VViley Carter Glen Blessman Dale Fenter Page Greer Bob Lewis Carl Blair Shelby Carl George Owens George Howell Calvin Bluckleclge George Dempster Joe Dalton Ross Newberry Roy Wollan Bud Sands John Irwin Donald VVay Don Grundy Mike Zunot George Conley Lee Hutchison Meta Chi Wliittemore Jack Lingafcltcr Dayton Kemmerics George Legters Robert Callahan Mike Newton Dwight Treganowan lim Dickson BETA Io'rA Crmvreu INSTALLED 1941 Climaxing the school year, the Theta Chis joined with their hundred brother chapters in the country to hold a "Mid-Century Round-Upf' Among their accomplishments, they took second place in Homecoming house decorations and won the 145- pound boxing championship. Theta Cl1i's officers: Front row, George Owens, vice-presidentg Bob Lewis, pres- identg jack Lingafelter, secretary. Back row, Joe Dalton, social chairmang Mor- gan Gilbert, house manager, and Jim Dickson, pledge trainer. -261- Ecl Pearlman Howard Feldman Marvin Wiesbord Ronny Staub Murray Shevick Tony Horwitz Harvey Evenchik Michael Bergner Cordon Blumenfeld Jerry Gitles Lloyd Plafker Charles Weisenthal Stanley Greenberg Gerald Raticoff Bernard Garber Arnie Kravat Dave Kornblum Ronny Konecky Bernie NVeinstcin Tony Jacobs Philip Fox Zeta Beta Inu Bun ircl Evenchik Art Rumizen Robert Shafton Ed Kopel Marv Bm'ns Harold Pessirilo Ni n un Cohen Jerry Soncnlmlick Alex Pesses Kenneth Fenster Sid Katz Stanley Schneider ALPHA OMICHON CHAPTER INSTALLED 1926 The Z B T's walked away with the honors in scholarship this year by win- ning the Inter-Fraternity Cup and the I. F. C. Pledge Cup for the top grades. They also claimed managers in three major sports and members in campus honoraries. Zeta Beta Tau's officers: Front row, Ronny Konecky, presidentg Stan Greenberg, vice-president. Back row, Robert Shafton, secretaryg Alex Pesses, historian, and Ronald Staub, treasurer. 263 - Ioe Lorance f Paul Mattson Boy Nelson Lee Carter Berl Byrd V. J. Acostn joe Blair Louie Bohn Dick Sherman Gordon Crzm john Colvin Iohn Berry Pat Young Hcclger Lamar Tom Jepson Bill Rogers Mickey Ryan John Lee Lynn Hunt Larry Perry Ken Clark Walt Roberts Neal Brittain Bill McCall Jim Chastain Pat Berry T ed Lyons Dick Barney Aggie House Norbert Bottclier Frank Gleason Jim McFarland Robert Gibson Al Austin Dalton Norman Howard Wuertz john Smithcrs Ted Hazen Dave Harris Frank Shown Pete Segulja The boys from the Aggie House are famous to the sororities and halls on campus for their unique yearly Christ- mas caroling -- on horseback, no less. In the university rodeo, two of their members won firstyplace silver trophy buckles. Aggie House officers: Front row, Lynn Hunt, secretaryg Joe Nesbitt, house man- ager. Back row, Larry Perry, presiclentg Frank Shown, vice-president, and I-ledger Lamar, social chairman. -265- Lambda Delta SlgI1l21,S officers: Front row, Lora Clawson, pledge captaing Leona Udall, secretaryg Lariene Moffatt, president, Katherine Kenner, Back row, Ray Miller, treasurerg jim McGee, secretary, Jim Colter, and Ken VVillis, president. vice-president. vice-president, ::, A f. 1 .-' Colleen Payne Donna O'Dell Bevan Blake Marilyn Cannon Cecil VVillis Janis VVeeeh Thomas Varncll Larcc llundley Robert Riggs Lynette Mcllae Louis Cardon Eldon Clawson Shirley Bullock Ken NVillis Charles Treat Willadean Bryce VVorth Bellamy Eugene lligbce JoAnn Rogers Jerry Brown Rose Johnson Kent Hilton Recd VVillis Dona Lee McRae jack Fuller Alvin Price Carol Swann james Craig GALilXIA OAIEGA AND GAAINIA ALPHA CHAPTERS Gamma Omega and Gamma Alpha, women's and men's groups respec- tively of Lambda Delta Sigma, dis- played plenty of school spirit when they held a benefit piano recital for the new Student Union Building. Throughout the year they maintained a high scholarship average and were active in intramural sports. Lora Gene Clawson Katherine Kenner Eurl Palmer NVillis Brimhull Max Kurtchner Don Duke Mark Kurtchncr Paul Reich jim McGee Joe Taylor Dixie Smith Rob Roy Patterson Luana WViIlis Put Colter Juanita Abcgg Kendall Haynie David Gordon Keith Rogers Lucille Brewer Larry McDonald Everett Edington Marshall Huebner jim Colter Kenyon Udall Keith Nelson Venice Lindsay Lariene Moffett lambda Delta Sigma -267- PHI SIGMA, which will go national next year, included: Front row, Esther Kaplan, Judy Miller, Myra Koplin. Second row, Mildred Levine, Dorleen Bay, Diane Mednick, Beverly Broder. Back row, Micki Poliakoff, Dorothy Goldfarb, and Audrey Meyer. ACAGIA, which will receive its na- tional charter next year, was com- posed of: Front row, Glen Bobinette, Frank Winfield, Robert Seibert, Bob- ert Anderson. Second row, Bob Quinn, Don Williams, Sandel Hunt, Bob Sor- tor. Back row, Robert Torgersen, Nor- man Morgan, Harold Dickstein, and James VVarko1nski. 'i PI KAPPA PHI, which intends to be- come national next year, consisted of: Front row, Ben Rector, jerry Whar- ton, jim I-Iambacher, Leon Hilde- brand, Humberto Martinez. Second row, Phil Budinger, john Born, Frank Smith, George Myers, Don Witmeyer. Back row, Howard Hummer, Raul Mariscal, Jim Straughan, Bob Brown, Charles Kittell, and Art Rahm. fi PI-II KAPPA KAPPA, which intends to be chartered as Phi Kappa, includes: First row, Ed Palmer, Ken Brandon, Bernard Coyne, Dan Sweeney, Mathew Nolan, Pat McGuire, Iohn Kline, Robert Smith. Second row, Frank Ivenz, William Yeager, Dan Reidy, Don Berlinski, Juan Nunez, Fred Gallagher, Tim O,Brien, Tom Boyle, Leo Hallahan, james Quigley. Third row, john Augustine, John Wolfe, Thomas jordan, joe Patton, John DuPuis, Bill Franz, Paul Sweeney, Bill Ramsey, and Pat Augustine. ALPHA XI, the newest sorority on campus, which intends to be chartered as Alpha Xi Delta, has as its members.: Front row, Lois Bertoglio, Pat Wallace, Dolly Crispino, Frances Stokoe, Etta Eisenhart, Pat Ball, F lorine Beck. Second row, Shirley Henness, Virginia Clyde, Cath- erine Cairand, Anne Reinhart, Diane Pollock, Dorothy Cross. Back row, Elizabeth Lloyd, Elizabeth Harland, Audrey Wawak, janet Wood, Jeannine Parrish, Bobbie Russell, Ioan Palmer, and Ruth Drew. -269- W... ,ff , -1"1 hh.. Fraternity pledges gather together to give the fish pond its yearly cleaning. This is a project of the II1tG1f-F1'8.tC1'- nity Pledge Council. In annals. . . The Sig Alphs are well known for their serenades, complete with the flaming SAE emblem, a token of esteem for the couple being pinned. The Sigma Chi "barber shop quartc-:t', appears at the Mom and Dads' Day Assembly. Sigma Nus and their dates are shown at their annual Beachcornbers' Dance. Kappas entertain at an open house for their new pledges. Gamma Phi pledges are guests of honor at this open house. lr I 5 Y-N 'S 49-nun, A favorite spot for relaxing between classes is the lawn adjoining the Liberal Arts Building. In the background is the Humanities Building. AR ,fs ' . .jll ug - -r. ,I, 1 nv' sl- s" I ' 'if ,rl V855 '11 " ,lx .pf.,w--W" 'J " gm- 1 ' - -LA ., 'Nl 17' 4, 7 X ' . ,L , Y, 'wifi .I :4j,W 1 'n,l"fj -.if V gi 31, ' ' 4, ' , 'arf .,Z,if4' . ,Sw T. ,LFP ay - 'wx hx?-Q-3 , QSM 4 xg-'S W .-1,1 I. nl ,Aga . ' W , . N eu, 9'-In A W -gs,-Emu y 4 ' '., swfli " rs fi'-g"'M..xT 'M-.wh Vg H " 5 'If 'effigy .r l 15' Wm "U" 'f . 1r',,li,, k.,,m,x,,r.i I was W :ga 0-,, . . X W., ,I ., -. ,n 4 fl., . -.V 'E . ,V nf:fA4i9"'if, Max-,,:, ,',-.M ,-.X . -,,v!1,.5',-gt., - 3, I 1, 9 4- agfw , .- I tx., YJ- 'Sf Qu .x -m N.f4'- 1- . gigs, X V V . "fi ' Wirffsfi Xfg.6'f ,- M. 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Second row, Paul Reich, Yavapai Hallg joe Ruiz, Papago Lodgeg Stan Davis, Cochise I-Iallg Abe Leon, Arizona Hall, and Paul Koenig, Hopi Lodge. -274- N LK ,4 Arizona Hall Kneeling: VVa1ter McGill, social , Ally Hing, secretary. Arizona Hull's officers were: Sitting cliairmang Frank Reade, vice-president, and Abraham Leon, ' 1... -nu president. Glld Hall Q iw sm 1 xx -an The officers for Cochise Hall Were: Sitting, Ion Pol lmmus, social chairman. Kneeling: Norman Wfillis, sec rotary-treasurerg VVilliam Henderson, intramural mana ger, and Stun Davis, president. Cocmse Hall Q S a R. Maricopa Hall For this year, Maricopa Hall had the following officers: F erne Seale, presidentg Dorothy Gerrard, treasurerg Paul- ine Besich, secretary, and Lois Fontaine, vice-president. I as rams sz 'Ea Emi K U' Dmgusww WEEJLBW1 - -gow, ggi, gn Eg-wg f Q, K xx -4, Q nm ss a K 1 K X ff . iq . 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Kms Wg TQ? sign s wi s s ge' M exams H if ,i ,,- M s 5 Ms ss ga ' if is is We-2 slagE?isaiilsgfziiiggfsEiiirsgiiwsmwjm wig wig -1 was 2:,sw3iQ'Zwf"I 'K sirirwiissrw'i?MMf,5?wf":5sMs Jim Tam M M i f famgxswmsa nies 'ss . 5 WSU mwilmss - VM Mis B F W ws- M-sus 2 Sissy saw .I we . sw V., H., H- N f V W, - SSW., Si, .2155 H B pi fm i xx .H g,,.nsws:sg,Y5 g4"fg,,F'EfWHmrQ'fe ' if-igf .sw- Mriw ws: me seii My W K ,fixsswf -. ww Y 2 'Q ss ms n na an au as wa mx B, Pima llall The girls chosen as officers this year were: First row, Susan Madrid, presidentg Barbara T erry, vice-president, and Joanne Kime, treasurer. Back row: Esperanza Ro- mero, secretaryg Virginia Pullen, business manager, and Lois johnson, house manager. Hr, I sm' wail? X s s A H lim is L Xin ki 2 1 1 K X1 1 as Papago Lodgc's officers plctured here .ure Front row, Joe Mertz, treasurerg Bob Oates, secretaxv, and Ted Fowler, athletic chairman Back row joe Rulz, DILSI dent, and C. A. Tyree, vice presldumt Papaya lodge n z rx 1 v HHN Siva SSD EXE XX. H W H .5 2 E529 wwf dx is W SS UNE HP? 2 'E W 4 mn B nl ss EN xg K,-as W N- X mfs M an is a nm ss m is Q.. Q4 an fa Q vac Q ' vo x Cf' E n ,, v WE 1: ms mmm H M, gm w J , .,,..,,,f na ss n as ' E Q a ' M - a , ' wg :s s H Z-Wifi Q53 w 'gy .wi E Ease Slifimg .w 5 'gs in-:E HN HEmZW 'm E ,H na 31.32. K mmm H C B www? f ig ws nm wan iigfmmsmsdni xmwmgd Sw sa mn ww sf mfs K . E W sf 5 W H 5 N ZW 2 EEWNEAEH E W H bwpms 5-x-M., mm az H ,K Wien. EERE HE.FQm 5555" Q Ma-nw'Emzw-w s Lim: Q-ri Ewa bf .g' ,QWJEKHWF -.1 1 mam ' Q A is E E my XX 1- ,, -A my s nfi,.., fx ' 1,31 X - K ua' T if gil? Yuma Hall Pictured here are Yuma Hall's officers: Kneeling: Betty Branum, vice-presidentg Judy Arnold, secretary. Sitting: Kathleen VVood, president, and Helen Wuertz, treasurer. S.. S u E 29-'U' .Vavapai Ilall Yavapai's officers for this year were: Front row, LeRoy Kenna, secretaryg Paul Reich, president, and Charles Treat, vice-president. Back row: Eli Horowitz, treasurer. 4 il East Stadium The East Stadium office1's this year were: Front row: Roy Kelly, president, Paul Loef, vice-president. Back row: Dale Murphy, executive advisor, Don Boucher, athletic director, and Harvey Slate, social chairman. rw It 1 1, ll" 3 ,,f1 V, F. Dean Slonaker represented the University at the October decli- cation oi' the new co-operative Waslmteria. ." Palo Vil age 1 qv? xx NW. K. Eg, K ,H 'f "" lj A -1 ly ' 5 2, l - Xi 5' ' as officers at Polo Village this year were Totten Bob Caring, vice-mayor. -285- 3 ,V 'Y 1 Dick Kan, co-manager of the Polo Village co-op store, Waits on a customer. Mrs. Ethel Penick teaches the four and five- secretary-treasurerg Dick Greylock, mayor, Yealnolds in the 1m1'5e1'Y 5011001- Hall life Mrs. Miller, Gila Hall head resident, and A new student arrives at the dorm with Lora Dunnani are welcoming new girls bag and baggage over arm. during Freshman Week. X251 rg i. 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' A .ff 'Huw' g - . , -f- EAHF., QI, V ."3' 1 ' :Qu 1 - ' V ' ., ' .-4.5 44 A ' ' N N ' 5, uw, , Members of the national scholastic honorary of Liberal Arts, PI-II BETA KAPPA, were: First row, I. Thrift, L. Sands, D. Harris, B. Luz, D. Marquart, J. Lyons, B. Peebles, A. Bogard. Second row, M. Caldwell, E. Anderson, W. Gin, L. Gryting, M. Kaplan, K. Wood, I. Knipe, J. G. Brown. Third row, D. Wolfe, D. Marsh, P. Hudson, W. Denton, C. Lebeaux. Fourth row, C. T. Caldwell, F. Cromwell, L.dRf-zlbeets, E. Douglass, D. Windsor. Fifth row, A. Frazier, R. L. Nugent, G. E. P. Smith, D. Faris, an . oo . Members of PHI DELTA PHI, law honorary, were: First row, Udall, Kiker, Baumert, Feezer, Powell, Graf, Hawkins, Mills, Marencla, An- drews, Petrie, Sammons, Putman, Moeur, Clawson, McDowell. Second row, Thompson, T. Jones, Case, Miller, Mesch, I. M. Smith, Carroll R. Jones, WVestover, Birmingham, F. Smith, Van Camp, Park, R. Jones, Stewart. Third row, Sievwright, Roggc, Strouss, Montgomery, Jack- son, Estes, Gatewood, Bond, Fahr, Bush, Ellinwood, Pettit, Sponagle, Boylston, B. Ward. Fourth row, Benton, Cavanagh, Crehore, Ares Steel, Kemper, WVeeks, Huffman, YVilloughby, Valeski, Humphrey, Boylston, Buchanan. Back row, Steward, Platt, Newell, Casey, Bartlett, Bockmon, Haythornewhite, Brown, and Wood. 51 in Members of PHI KAPPA PHI, national scholastic honorary, were: First row, H. Nicholson, D. Fuller, D, Marquurt, D. Harris, I. Lyons, B. Luz, I. Thrift, I. Fickett, L. Sands. Second row, I. Officer, H. Hubbard, E. Anderson, W. Gin, L. Gryting, M. Kaplan, M. Caldwell, I. G. Brown. Third row, O. K. Garrctson, C. Z. Lesher, D. Wolfe, D. Marsh, P. Hudson, K. Wood, P. Dohner, I. Knipe. Fourth row, N. Tremblay, G. T. Caldwell, F. Cromwell, L. Roberts, A. E. Douglass, D. Windsor. Fifth row, Risso, A. Frazier, H. L. Nugent, G. E. P. Smith, D. Faris, H. Cook. Sixth row, A. Bogard, P. Silverman, E. I-Ieimann, A, Mead, VV. Phillips. Back row, H. Leonard, I. Walker, L. Cray, and R. Graesser. PHI ALPHA DELTA, law honorary, had as its members this year: First row, Standage, F errin, Boyd, Tegart, Rothschild, Marquez, Dutiel I. P. jones, VVolfe, Henderson, Boskon. Second row, Perry, Folger, Heimann, Forquer, Carson, Kimble, Eubank, Hernandez, Makemson Puckett, Cropper, Gruber. Third row, Hines, Tomlinson, Hale, Knight, Ackerman, Blair, Makler, Stanfield, Goetz, Dees, Mori, Gleason Holohan, Stauffer, A. VVard, and Fiekett. Members of SIGMA ALPHA IOTA, wom- en's music honorary, were: First row, Sim- mons, Casey, NVeinnt, Romero, Durazzo, Benson, Brodish. Second row, Cochran, Bliss, Blair, Schoeny, Shaw, Atwood, Col- well, Donnan, Butler. Third row, Menseh, Sargeant, Swanson, Horst, J. Smith, Snow, Crane, Talmage, and Padilla. svn r if 1 J?-wkilli 4i'5i"'?- AH' nm su we Members of the ANTHROPOLOGY CLUB were: First row, Gerald, Hiser, Thomas, Wasley, Ezell, Bannister. Second row, Ianes, Sweet, Hammond, Bohrer, Ries, Abell, Pul- len, Zern. Third row, Sayler, Brusse, Brown, Chidsey, Lopez, NVasley, Barber, Swanson. Back row, Gifford, VVheat, Williams, Fergue son, Budinger, Christiansen, and Dixon. -290- '-s. ,fm-rsi I, ALPIIA EPSILON HHO, radio honorary, included the following: Front row, Ioan Penoyer, Pat Cook, Pat Lawson, Irmanea Burcham. Back row, Peter Robinson, Ben C. Markland Cadvisorl, Thornton Curst, and Warren Hessell. ns ,ss-.4 F-iw' has SESS V in Membership in NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS, dramatic honorary, included: Front row, I-Iarlin Cook, Pat Cook, Verne Cook. Second row, john Simley, Gene Jones, and I-Ial Caldwell. Members of UNIVERSITY PLAYERS, hon- orary dramatic society, were: Front row Burcham, Steel, Abosketes, Sunclerman VVhite, Genelnatas. Second row, Gross, P Cook, Baker, Ingham, Bergeron, Penoyer Lewis. Third row, A. Mae, H. Cook, V Cook, Bmroughs, Caldwell, Kellner, Carst Murray, and Jones. I. 1 ll il ZETA PHI ETA, NVO1'HC1'l,S speech honorary, included: Front row, Ellen Gross, Pat Baker, Pat Steele, Mary Ann Abosketes, Martha Lewis. Second row, Margene Morris, Mar- garet Ingham, Pat Genematas, Mildred Gun- by, Aline Bergeron. Third row, Pat Lawson, Connie Ross, Ioan Penoyer, and Donna Van Cleve. -291- 1 : TAU BETA PI, national engineering honorary, consisted of: Front row, Sanford, Ho, Diekstein, Hing, Nelson, Steinheimer, Michelson, Isaacs, Hill. Second row, Corum, Major, Ieronirno, Phinizy, Willis, Stevens, Kohl, McGee, Kemmeries, Evans, Shan- non, Mertz. Third row, Simmons, Boice, Hansen, Harmon, Cay, McHenry, Kimmerling, Arch, L. Hess, Humphrey, Pattison, Fish. Fourth row, Henderson, I. Hess, Krauss, Franck, Hotchkiss, Womack, McKinney, Catlin, Ellingboe, Wittenburg, Morri- son, Hunn. Fifth row, Crimes, A. Perkins, Chow, Creeger, Lewellyn, Brueggemen, Folkerts, Bonman, B. Perkins, White, Peter- son, Williams, and Anderson. Members of LE CERCLE FRANCAIS, French club, included: Front row, Schilt, F. Johnston, Seabury, Pritclmrd, Auster, Merrill, Everett. Second row, Wadlow, Nu- nez, Nady, Hullar, T rembluy, Urren, Torres, Maleomb. Third row, S. Johnston, Dr. Brown, Dr. T remhlay, Mr. Fox, Draehmzm, Mrs. Fioroni, V. McCormick, F. McCormick, Luz, Dr. Cryting, und Cerlnch. The STUDENT AFFILIATE OF THE AMERICAN CHEMISTRY SOCIETY was composed of: Front row, Miller, Reinhart, Layn, Delvin, Johnson, Shepherd, Eeck. Second row, Hinton, Fried, Keller, Davis, Read, Smith. Third row, Dr. Seeley, Meyers, Coleman, Koenig, Tolley, Detwiler, and VVilpitz. Members of the Student Branch of the AMFRICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION were IPIISL row Selesruelc Laos, Palmer, McKinney, johnson, Ezrre Prof Bulk Ginsburg Mendez Charbonneau Gills Geiger Zfmot Proctor Qmnn Truseott, Suite, Laird, Donaldson, Kur7 Second row Robbins Gln Thomas Hlllmrd Lee Ivey Thompson Mlehalsky Ward, Hawkins, Sanders, Ostle, Ude, Upson Trebolo Puhdo Briscoe Flshburn Back row King Ronstadt Puckett Bo liannon, Franklin, Tuell, Guilbert, Thurman Ilardt Lel ever Tomhnson Stuttrnatter Serbin Case Jones Davidson De Smet, Carneal, Brown, and Howard. PHI DEl..'l'A Clll, professional pharmacy fraternity, was composed of: First row, Frank Lee, Frank Johnson, Lincoln Chin, Dale Webb, Art Selesnick, David Basila, Raymond Pierce. Second row, Andrew Val- enzuela, Earl Thurman, Charles Shear, Man- uel Corrales, Clyde Laird, Urban Dunst, Floyd Gills. Back row, VV. ll. Colvin, C. D. Roberts, G. E. Udo, jerry Davidson, Arthur Upson, George DeSmet, and jim Richardson. KAPPA PSI, professional pharmacy frater- nity, had as its members: First row, Minoru, Suite, Rhodes, Geiger, Reekhart, Guilbert, DuBois, Bittorf, Anderson, Laos, Brewer. Second row, Thomas, Stauek, Briscoe, Thompson, Robbins, Feldhusen, Reinhard, Hilliard, Hendrickson, Puckett, Carneal. Back row, Tuell, Root, Bohannon, Ivey, Gin, Ragle, Puckett, Delienedetto, Mautin, Ron- stadt, King, and Dr. Byrum. Mcmbers of ALPHA RHO TAU, art honoriry, were: First row, Alice Pet- . 11,5 Bette Short, Donna Van Cleve, Ellld Sharihouse. Second row, Robert Ilfirtman, Helen G. Doyle, Louise Bu- clmnan, Pat Peters. Third row, Rob- ert Nelson, James Souden, Richard Lefllng, and Fred Frymire. Active in PHI MU ALPHA, men's music honorary, were: Front row, John Stockdale, Phillip Ijams, Verne Cook, G. McCord Schaefer. Back row, Marvin Horr, Harry Atwood, Walton Cole, and George Allister. if fee, Members of HAMMER AND COFFIN were: First row, Jody Thompson, Kathleen McNabb, Margaret Rice, Virginia Jenkins. Second row, Fred Snyder, Carolyn Brady, Lorena DeSanctis, Jacqueline Boevers, Jack McDuff. Third row, Chauncey Schaller, Mike Pistor, Colin Edmonson, Brad Hall, Pete Howell, and Ralph Simons. -294- 5:--r-V 3-,r - - I.- aw. -Q... 'sc 'fr-' -4. ,-.::'.:.- - , I A SIGMA DELTA PI, Spanish honorary, con- sists of: First row, Frances Klug, Elsa Jen- kins, Patty Jakle, Joyce Glover, A. D. Cou- mides. Second row, Henry A. Arens, Carol Ries, Mrs. Elizabeth Cad, Miss I-Iclen S. Nicholson, Mr. M. B. Rodriguez, Henry Oyama. Third row, Bill Jeffries, Rodolfo Gnbalclon, Keith B. Aubrey, Bill C. Downs, Jack Emory Davis, and Albert Arens. Q T' I Q x 2 K mv-:J I X, W: ' X A M PHI LAMBDA UPSILON, Cllemistry honorary, includes: First row, Dr. Ernest Anderson, Dr. Millard Seeley, john Buchanan, Roy Keller. Second row, Dr. Arthur Kemmerer, Ray Rog- ers, Harvey Ledbetter, Paul Koenig. Third row, Dr. Bartley Cardon, Dr. Mitchell Vavich, Perrin NVinchell, Dr. Dinnelle Sherwood, and VVilliam Mc- IT F 44" Caughey. PI DELTA PHI, national French honorary, consists of: Front row, Francine Johnston, Tom Wadlow, Mary Merrill. Back row, Dr. Sydney B. Brown, Dr. Napoleon Tremblay Mr. Robert T. Fox, Mrs. Katherine F ioroni, Vera McCormick, Babette Luz, and Dr. Loyal Gryting. -295- W . A w K x V 'x X xx ix . rx' Members of ALPHA KAPPA PSI, men's business honorary, included the following: Front row, Hone, Girugi, McGee, Carter, Iewett, Burch, H.. Tyree, Krmpotich, Wilson, Bookman, Sundt. Second row, Summarco, Hunt, Grnbau, Brandon, Willis, A. Tyree, Willins, Green, Arango, Havey. Buck row, Drapela, Phelan, Prof. Herrick, Weeks, Lake, Gill, Bell, Randolph, Norwick, Carnahan, and Thierman. PI LAMBDA THETA, wornen's education honorary, included: Front PI OMEGA PI, national business honorary, was composed of: F ro row Maxine Bisso, Jewell McFarland Dorothy May. Second row, row, Mrs. Aston, Willizrms, Reigle, Quinn. Second row, Talmag Mar,y Schneiter, Iean Cayia, and Pat Huddleston. S Velasco, Mrs. Jones, Besmh. Back row, Mr. Langen and Sparks. er-n-:rig in v . , W , 2'-' ' ' " " ...nfs '9- ' r K M KAPPA KAPPA PSI, band honorary, had as its members: First row, Adam Cordone, Leslie Isaacs, George Lotz- enhiser, Samuel Fain, Galen Sayler, I-Irunberto Martinez. Second row, Russell Lewis, Frank Moody, Don Fergu- son, Jim Ostle, Charlie Carson, Jim Richardson, George Snell, Hal Richerson, Bob Thompson, and Floyd Weil. ont row, Houghton, Ellxn boc, Ficlrett, Rice, Mrs Bogard. PHI DELTA KAPPA, national men's education honorary, included: , Dr. I-Iudson, Prof. Stric ler, Dean Brown, Jones. Third Front row, Walter E. Frank, Marvin Horr, NVilliam Mitchell, Frederick Mvcrs, Prof. Howard, Dr. Gray, Prof. Herrick, and Mr. Maey. grecond row, Kyle Pierce, Iarvis Cobe, Larry McDonald, and E An es. GAMMA SIGMA, national business scholastic honorary, in- F, 4 ' if ,, ' - ' , ia . fw vfi if ' ' ,a rg-' .. f il T: v?..3x Q ,gif if N , Q be 3 A. I. M. E. had as its members: First row, Gorum, Wallace, Torgersen, Nelson, R. C. Torgersen, Barnes, Haeber, Crund- stedt, Strobeck, L. Hess, Pill, Kolessar. Second row, Simmons, Travis, Feuerstein, Himebaugh, Appelin, Ciano, Davis, Foss Guitare, Gibron, I. G. Hess, Humphrey. Third row, Betlaeh, Van Schaack, Cooper, Cronin, Kuck, Lawson, MeDuff, Lucas, Ellis. Fourth row, Floss, WVils0n, Clariee, I. Shepherd, R. F.. Shepherd, Sargent, VVebb, Evans. Fifth row, Matsumoto, Hill, Anderson, Jett, Astiazaran, Reynolds, Loftus, Moore. Back row, Mr. Krumlauf, Dean Chapman, Mr. Mueller, Mr. Meyer, and Mr. Cunningham. a T HET A T AU, engineering honorary, consists of: First row, Kohl, Lemnah, Nelson, Bro- die, Steinheimer, Cocks, Streets. Second row, Franck, Owen, Hill, WVebb, Sargent, Kemmcries, Thornburg. Third row, Hotch- kiss, Anderson, Catlin, McDul7lf, Hess, Ap- pelin, l-Iimebaugh, Pattison. Back row, Mr. Newlin, VVOmack, Farmer, McKinney, NVil- liams, Ellingboe, and Lawson. gif: km' i i Q l l Pictured in this froua combininf I.R.E . 2, l E 'v L Institute of Radio Engineers, and A.I.E.E., American Institute of Electrical Engineers, are: First row, Davis, Boiee, Phinizy, Lee, DeCovnick, WVilliams, Hughes, I-Ietlin, 'Wit- tenburg, Nye, Caldwell, Prof. Clark. Second row, Hardy, Holder, Ellis, Cook, Hing, Cat- lin, Plank, johnson, Fish, MaeKallor, Hill, Welcome, Prof. Stewart. Third row, W. Henderson, Loomc, R. Henderson, Good- man, R. Howell, Grimes, Hobbs, Herrington, Anderson, Parks, Cuinane, Morton, Reak, Moody. Fourth row, Simpson, Owen, Woods, liams, Hunn, J. F. XVilliams, and Slatten. -298- Smith, D. Howell, Fogg, P. Ilowell, Baker, T od, E. Hill, Peterson, Isaacs, Wester, Hoff- man, Buck. Fifth row, Bogie, Wilson, Franck, Beard, Fraedrich, Niles, Watkins, XfVhite, Mendes, Hollis, Stanley, I. R. W'il- 7 1--v Ed gygn F f W ii. is-ff -Sew fviwwii A. S. M. E. members included: First row, Rice, Powell, Mel-lcnry, Kravis, Kopf, VVaters, Engelhardt, Norick, Lemmlie, Nelson, Benton, Streets. Second row, Thornburg, Renwick, P. Augustine, Crooks, Schilling, Kinnnerling, Gay, Bilzi, Rus- sell, Trauscht, Weingartner, Inglcdew. Third row, Griswold, Black, Mohr, Buell, I-Iolaway, Dierkes, Hillman, Hight, Haa- versen, Thames, Potuzak, J. Jones, J. llall. Fourth row, Schroeder, Helmericks, Brueggeman, Sheldon, A. Iones, H. Iohn- stone, Mclihann, Viek, Prof. Anclrix, Farmer, Ziolko, Pattison, and Hotchkiss. A. S. C. E. had as its members: First row, Halloran, Moler, Zuierelli, Roper, Struthers, Adams, Webb, Brooks, Anderson. Second row, Ho, Tsaguris, Lamb, Stevens, Lemnah, VVillis, Eardly, Steinheimer, McGee, Har- mon, Kimberlin, Nickelson. Third row, Trimble, Richard, Burrus, Macias, E. Gerard, Hutchinson, Loveless, Marsh, Yewell, Uhrik Davey. Fourth row, Cole, Inglish, Caring, Cocks, Kestler, Mcrtz, Chow, Biesemeyer. Fifth row, Morris, Tolley, Brokaw, Arch, Pcnner, Burkhardt, LaPrcsti, O'Banion, Rider, Scott. Sixth row, Giraurd, Oliver, Russell, Polido, Mr. Ross, Prof. Hall, Prof. Borquist, Coren, and Sanford. a PI MU EPSILON, mathematics honorary, was composed of: First row, Phinizy, Wil- lis, Dickstein, Nelson, A. Perkins, Hing, Spencer, Peterson, Kemmeries. Second row Arch, Nickerson, Whitcomb, MeDuff, B. Perkins, Beard, Isaacs, Rice, Marsh, Wil- liams. Third row, VVolfc, Loome, McKin- ney, Hess, Keller, Dr. Graesser, Davis, Soffe, Mullins, and Burns. 7 -299- Active in KAPPA BETA PI, womerfs law honorary, were: Jasmine Tucker, Mary Anne Reimann, and Nancy F ulbright. Members of TAU BETA SIGMA, Women'S band honorary, were: Front row, Betty Iean Snell, Jean Amalong, Rocella Schoeny, Claire Chamberlain. Back row, Juanita Prusha, Lois Broome, Shirley Allister, and Betty Ann Horst. The women's business honorary, ALPHA EPSILON, had as its members: First row Shull, Rice, Chan, Austin, Hamilton, Ridge: way, Schneider, Kimberlin. Second row Van Cleve, Heath, Boevers, Seabury, Moore Flyer, High. Third row, Sellars, Holt, Sin- clair, Chiapetti, Catricala, Daniels, and Scott. The WOMEN'S PRESS CLUB included: Front row, Margaret Windsor, Put Ketter- ing, Miriam Hmnilton. Second row, Lorena DeSnnctis, and Margaret Rice. ADVERTISING CLUB members were: Front row, VVills, Aekley, Chan, Walker, K. Coon, M. Coon. Second row, Catriculu, Dr. Wood, Shull, Buim, Decker, O,Keefe. Third row, Evenchik, Mountjoy, Gerry, Run- dle, Riggs, and Turnbull. -301- WN 1 bm, s-.1 5- 1- ,vu 11" 'Tb' Members of the Elwin C. XVood chapter of ALPHA DELTA SIGMA, national advertis- ing fraternity, were: Front row, Dr. Wood Cadviserj, Giragi, Salvatierra, Freeman, Hone. Second row, Lilyeblade, Pakos, Meindl, Robb, Martin, and Carter. '1- .f'5J' AGGIE CLUB members were: Sykes, Crain, Smithers, Dohner, Gibson, I'Ieckc1mun, Hazen, Nesbitt, Laubscher Savage. Second row, Butler, Perry, McCall, McFarland, Lorance, Berry, Ryan, Colvin. Third row, McCormick McKinney, Austin, Hunt, Lamar, Wuertz, Shown, Jepsen, Chastain, and Oxnam. 4 I ws Km, Wffwzi is -V-J.-A s 1 - , 7 ' 5 is r r r , L .5 X f L Members of the Aggie honorary, ALPHA ZETA, were: Front row, Christiansen, Banta, Boyle, Kengla, johnson, Butler, W. McCormick, Hunt. Second row, Nesbitt, Jacobson, Sexton, Davis, McDonald, Forsyth, Savage, Echeverria. Third row, I. D. McCormick, Stewart, Sykes, Gibson, Warren, Perry, Pacheco, and Ivenz. -302- DELTA SIGMA RHO, honorary for outstanding studen':s in forensics, had as its members: Front row, Poehl- man, Wood, Ramsey, McQuirc. Second row, Barber, 1-Iouseholder, Lewis, Dr. Cable, Enduhl. Third row, Rees, Riggs, Tidwell, Rabenhorst, Holmes, and Simmons. Members of the HOME ECONOMIC CLUB were: Front row, Pendergast, Marshall, Arnalong, Brown Sealc, Peters, Kickler. Second row, Alcorn, Katz, Swartz, Barbour, Pappas, Hofstetter, Volz. Third row Dr. Johnson, Mrs. F ees, Sweeney, Silver, Coecle, Harris, Link, and Bohn. -303- iw 1' iqilil. f 3 f . .Rf-f Members of the ENGINEERING AND MINING COUNCIL were: First row, K. M. Willis, Ed M. Macias, M. J. Lemnah, J. A. Lemmlie. Second row, W. P. Catlin, T. F. Cocks, J. F. Hill, D. K. Cooper. Third row, D. L. Thornburg, H. G. Johnstone, A. E. Gorum, E. A. Schilling, and J. R. Williams. A Ark- fi I 4 Y ,. ,. P... , A .,., ww ,1-, r. This year's members of PI DELTA EPSILON, national journalism honorary, were: First row, jack McDuff, Margaret Wfindsor, Lorena DeSanctis, Jody Thompson, Ralph Simons. Second row, Phil Bryce, VVaync Cas- key, Bob Arbogast, Phil Waggener, Dean Prichard, John Scnning. Third row, Mr. Don Phillips, Mr. Amos Taub, Fritz Kessinger, Don Gooder, Bill Carr, Bill Helfinstine, Jack Waugh, and Max Henkel. -304- Wf: ml m 'sm xx -l Q, ,, ,I :. , ?, ...-AW,-vni. Um if f -"x vu., , Ji. , J , HJ vrs W . 1. .1 1 s 5 - A-au ,1,.l,,1, a f. M r Y- 4 I , iw. F4, an 1 5-mf un 1 w mv Q51 nm rr- 1 Religious N , 9- Q. ,. ' ,Ja 1 Fr- The Student Religion Council, which functions to bring about a more unified religious program in campus life, was composed of the following members: Front row, Tom Clagett, Dick Reed, Pat Herber, Al Cerlack, Herb Waesch. Second row, Lou Anne Allen, Anneta Howard, Sondra Fisch- man, Sheila Devine, Naomi Wood. Third row, Rod T izzard, Hal Richerson, Dr. Nelson Qadviserj, Jack Snider, and Dr. L. A. Cryting. Religious Council This year's members of the Wesley Club were: Front row, Anderson, Wire, Doak, McCleneghan, H. Wood, N. Wood, Wong, Porter, Parrish. Second row, Florian, Desmond, Craig, Tracy, Dilts, Olson, Bradernas. Third row, Kephart, Wolfe, Haines, P. Hatch, Rev. Schurr, Rogers, Buell, D. Hatch, and T. McC1eneghan. The Campbell Club members this year Were: Front row, Grimm, Earle, Cunby, Meenan, Bidgood. Second row, Snow, Lamar, Milligan, Devine, E. johnson. Third row, Harmon, I-I. johnson, Forsyth, Taylor, and Weber. This year's members of the Unitarian-Parker Club were: Front row, Draper, Ong, Perala, Rev. Holmes. Second row, Mrs. Emma Herrick, Prof. Herrick, Mrs. Klaiss, Dr. Klaiss, and Maloney. Plymouth Club members were: Front row, Pullen, Abell, Ramsdell. Second row, Carter, Simmons, Reinhart. Third row, Reed, Saylor, Lance, and Patten. The Lutheran Students' Association consisted of: Front row, C. Bang, M, Bang, Benson, Couchman, VVeirich. Sec- ond row, Samuelson, Matz, Soulvie, Clad, Piykken. Third row, Mr. Fox, Dr. Cryting, Mr. Bents, Anderson, Siegrist, Waesch, and Pastor Scholl. The Newman Club for this year consisted of: Front row, Shepherd, Haas, Mulcahy, Stritrnatter, Conley, Dauin, Vosskuhler, Nugent, Lindenau, Luden, Tedeschi, McNabb, Baron, Wirts, Senkowska, Guerra, Vieitez, Culling. Second row, Iohnson, Pmoszko, Klein, Reidy, Carnes, McGuire, Coenan, Quigley, Coyne, Lense, E. Thomas, M. Thomas, Velasco, Blazina, Hunt, Talmage, M. L. Aros, M. A. Aros. Third row, Padilla, Phelan, Bead, Rape, Bra- die, Sweeney, Mrs. Miller, Jordon, Besich, Specht, Hofstetter, Wolfe, Yeager, Kelley, Heilman, Worchester, Hill, Haney, and Robles. This year's members of the Southern Baptist group were: Front row, Butler, McAllister, Brooks, Barber. Second The members of the Canterbury Club were: Front row, row, Eeck, Horsky, Lawson, Lindstrom, Lamb. Third row, Swift, Christian, Born. Back row, Browne, McMannus, McMains, Welch, Ethington, Puckett, Dodd, and Rich- Tizzard, and Sweeney. ardson. 1.7 m-Q wmxffmyw- -A H' 'Qi-H --1-.1 H 1 The Hillel Club members this year Were: Front row, Goldstein, F ischman, Dobry, Mednick, Kaplan, Catsiff, Le- vine, Candiotti, Kurn, Ray, Goldfarb, Ginsburg, Hirsch, Abel, Aledeff, Coopersmith, Bleich. Second row, Stern, Pellar, Widelitz, Cohen, Rosenberg, Petchenick, Shanhouse, Gruener, Bergin, Hirsh, Shafton, Iosephson, Samuels, Schneider, Pessirilo, Evenchik, Whitehill, Sonenblick, Silver. Third row, Bear, Kornblum, Greenberg, Davis, Le- bowitz, Pann, Wiseman, Gittles, Blumenfield, Torchin, Evenchik, Wiseborn, Selps, Cohen, Shevick, Horowitz. This year's Westminster Foundation members were: Front row, Frederick, Hall, Condit, Dunnam, Casey, James, Ar- nold. Second row, Walker, Thompson, Pefley, Zollinger, Richerson, Walker. Third row, Gardner, Close, Over, King, Snider, Madley, Bicherson, Yaeger. Fourth row Bzutlett, Denker, Coykendall, Kraus, Christiansen, How: The Epworth Club consisted of: Front row, Kassing, Per- land, Bundle. Fifth row, Staggs, Brown, Burley, Tice, rin, Ackley, Hughes, Berg. Second row, Keim, Murray Park, and Orth. Clagett, Olson, and Rex. A "A" club, Men,s .........,...... Acacia ............................... Activities section .......,........ Administration section ...... Alumni office ............... Board of regents ..... Dean of men ........ Dean of women ........... Deans of college .............. Extension division .. Officers of aclministratitin-mv President .........,................ Press bureau .....,.............. Radio bureau ............ Vice-president ......i...... Visual aids bureau ..... Aggie house ................v. Agriculture college ...... Alpha Chi Omega ...,.... Alpha Epsilon Phi ........ Alpha Phi ................., Alpha Tau Omega .....,. Alpha Xi ........................ Arizona hall ..................... Artist series committee ...... Assembly committee ,........... Associated students ......,....... Associated Women students B Band ......... ............. Baseball ........,.,...... Basketball ................ Board of control ..,...... Board of publication ....... Board of regents ,........ Bookstore committee ..,.. Business college .................. C Calendar events .......... Christmas Week ....... Freshman Week ........ Homecoming .................. Mom and Dad,s day ........ Campus Chest committee .. Cheerleaders ........................ Chi Omega ........................ Cochise hall ....... Co-ed capers ............ Colleges section ............... D Dances .,.......... ....... Delta Chi ,.,.,,.. General Index .......184 .......269 84 10 18 17 17 14 19 17 12 19 19 14 19 ..........264 60 ...-......220 210 268 ..........275 25 22 . .... ...J 1 .......136 .......172 .......164 21 .......126 24 61 85 92 85 88 86 24 .......147 .......224 .......277 27 59 96 .......214 Delta Delta Delta ..... Delta Gamma ....i..... Delta Sigma Phi ...,.. Desert .................... Drama ....,..,,.,..,. ,,.,,,, ' E East stadium dorm ......... Education college ....... Elections committee ....... Engineering college ....,.. Executive committees .......... Artist Series committee ...... Assembly committee ...... Board of control .......,,....... Bookstore committee .........i. Campus Chest committee ....... Elections committee ............. Fountain committee .......... Publicity committee .,..... Rally committee ............ Social life committee ......,. Student council .................. Traditions committee .,.i.... F Fine arts college ................ Football ........................... Fountain committee ....... Freshman class ............... G Gamma Phi Beta ........... Gila hall ..................,. Golf ......................... Graduate college ,..... H Halls ........,..................................,... Home Economics, school of ......... Honoraries and Professionals ....,... Advertising club ..........,............ Aggie club ............................. Alpha Epsilon ................ Alpha Epsilon Rho ........ Alpha Delta Sigma ........ Alpha Kappa Psi ......... Alpha Rho Tau ..................... Alpha Zeta .i......,.............,.....,..................... American Chemical Society ..........,........... American Pharmaceutical Society ............ A. I. E. E. ................................................... . A. I. M. E. ................................................. . Anthropology club ..... 228 232 218 116 140 274 62 25 64 24 24 25 21 24 24 25 24 25 23 23 22 23 65 148 24 28 236 276 182 63 273 70 287 301 302 300 290 301 296 294 302 292 293 298 298 290 General Index Honoraries and Professionals Ccontinuedl A. S. C. E. ..........................,.......,..,.,,,.,.,.... 299 A. S. M. E. ..............,...... .,..,,..., 2 99 Beta Gamma Sigma ......... ......,,,. 2 96 Blue Key ...........,......... ...... 3 5 Bobcats ...................... ...... Chain Gang ................................... ...... Delta Sigma Rho ............,........................... FST ......,......,................................................ 35 33 303 Engineering and Mining Council .,............ 304 33 294 Hammer and Coffin ..................... .......... Home Economics club ,..... .......... 3 03 I. R. E. ............................ . Kappa Beta Pi ............. Kappa Kappa Psi ....... Kappa Psi ..................... Le Cercle Francais ................ Mortar Board ............................. National Collegiate Players ......... Pan-American club ............ Pershing Rifles, R. O. T. C. Phi Alpha Delta .................. Phi Beta Kappa .................. Phi Delta Chi ....... Phi Delta Kappa ...... Phi Delta Phi ............ Phi Kappa Phi ................. Phi Lambda Upsilon ....... Phi Mu Alpha ............. Pi Delta Epsilon ...... Pi Delta Phi .......,.,.... Pi Lambda Theta ....... Pi Mu Epsilon ............. Pi Omega Pi ................... Scabbard and Blade Sigma Alpha Iota ....... Sigma Delta Pi ........ Sophos ........... . ....... Spurs .................... Tau Beta P1 .............. Tau Beta Sigma .,...... Theta Tau ................ University Players ....... Who,s Who ................. Women's Press Club Zeta Phi Eta ............... Hopi Lodge ..................... I Intel'-fraternity council Inter-hall council ............ Intramural sports ............ l Junior class ........ ....... Officers .......... Honoraries ...... ..........298 ..........297 ..,.,,,,..293 ..........291 ..........114 ..........288 ........,.288 ..........293 ..........297 ..........289 ..........295 ..,.......294 ......,,..295 ..........296 .......,.,299 ..........296 ..........112 ......,,..295 31 31 292 300 298 ..........291 36 ..........301 ..........291 279 ..........209 ..........274 ..........185 32 33 K Kappa Alpha .................., ....... Kappa Alpha Theta .......... ....... Kappa Kappa Gamma 222 240 .......244 Kappa Sigma ................... ....... 2 26 Kitty Kat ....................,.... ....... 1 24 L Lambda Chi Alpha ......... ......, Lambda Delta Sigma ........ .,..... Law college ..................... ,,...,, Liberal Arts college ....... M Maricopa hall .................... .,..,,, Mortar Board Formal ........ ....... Military science ............. ....... Pershing Rifles ......... .....,. Pistol team .,..........,...... ....... Rifle team ...................... ....... Scabbard and Blade Mines college ................. ....... O 230 266 66 68 278 98 109 114 113 113 112 69 Off-campus section ......... ,,,,.,, 3 13 139 Orchestra ......................... ,.,..,, Organizations section ........ Alpha Phi Omega ....... Campus Y ..................,.. ..,,... Pan-American Club Ramblers ..................... ....... Red Cross ............... ,...... Ski Club ...... Ski Team ....... Townsmen ............................. Wranglers ................................. ....... Outstanding Sports Woman ......... ....... Pan-hellenic council .......... ,..,,,. Papago lodge ...................... ....,., Pharmacy, college of ..,..... ..,.... Phi Delta Theta ............. Phi Gamma Delta ....... Phi Kappa Kappa ........ ....... Pi Kappa Phi ..........,. Phi Kappa Psi ....... Phi Sigma ........... Phrateres ........... Pi Beta Phi ............. Pi Kappa Alpha ........ Pima hall ............... Polo village .................. .......,., Publications ..................... ....,.. Publicity committee ....... .,..... 127 134 130 134 131 128 130 130 133 129 193 208 281 71 234 238 269 269 242 268 252 248 246 280 285 1 15 25 Q Queens ...................,......,..,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Aggie ......,...,................,.......... Alpha Tau Omega dream Delta Chi ..............................., Delta Sigma Phi dream girl .... Desert ..,.....l...,.....,................... Homecoming .......................... Kappa Alpha .,.l...................... Phi Delta Theta dream girl .... Pi Kappa Alpha dream girl ,... Rodeo .........,...............,............ SAE Cold Dust .................... Sigma Chi sweetheart ........ Sigma Nu ........................... Zeta Beta Tau ............... R Radio bureau ........ ....... Rally committee .,... Ramblers .............. Red Cross ...........,..........., Religious groups .........,...... Baptist student union ....... Campbell club ............... Canterbury Club ........ Epworth club .......................... Hillel society .......................... Lutheran student association Newman club ........................ Plymouth foundation ............ Student religious council ..v... Unitarian ..,,...... ...,...... .......... Wesley group ..................... Westminster club ...... Rodeo ........................... S Senior Class ...... Officers ........i....,. Honoraries ...........,., Seniors ............................ Sigma Alpha Epsilon ....... Sigma Chi ......i..,............ Sigma Nu ..................... Ski Club .......................,.. Social Life section ............. Social Life committee ....... Sophomore Class ............ Officers .................. Honoraries ...,.... Sports section ...,.. Baseball ........ General Index Basketball .... Football ........ Golf ...........,.. Swimming ........ Tennis ....,............... Track .........i................ Student body officers ....... Student Council ............ Swimming .......,.,,........ Symphonic choir ..... T Tau Delta Phi ...... Tennis ..........,... Theta Chi ....... Townsmen i...........,....,. Track ......................,....... Traditions committee ........ P W 9 Who s Who ...... ....... Wildcat ............,.., VVomen,s sports ..,..,. "Av club .......... .. Archery ........ Basketball ........... Bowling i.................. Desert Mermaids ........ Colf ...............,..... Hockey ...... . ......................... Orchesis ................................. ........ Outstanding sports woman P. E. majors club .................. ........ P. E. Staff ......................... Racquet club ....... Softball ...,.......... Swimming ........ Tennis .............. Volleyball ............. W. A. A. board ...,... Wranglers ..,.,....... Y Yavapai hall ...... Yuma hall ....... Z Zeta Beta Tau ..... 164 148 182 188 180 176 20 22 188 188 258 180 260 188 176 28 86 120 192 194 204 200 205 208 201 197 208 198 195 195 198 205 196 198 202 194 129 i.......282 Q A Ji. L, .lx-:fig gy- J" K- , Qwr.. M avxhllzy he .gv P-N 1: me un W wg? gn' W . M A Sjgimnf Z Q M QA f 1- fi Emi, 4 f r W - wi!! A Em x. .A h 'gil 1 -Q , W 3. ,t.E.l,. W ff' .V W M H , Mm' "1-'fML,fW f ww W 'W A H . K- -' L-,Nw ' QM? ' 1 ffl if W W gm A M 4 'N ,- .'f'ls Wiz W 5 -. . .- viii? . .' . 'v.. 1, QQ -Q, . -WM' ' Q7 ,gli , HN' fs. 1v,,f'::T- nwfgi, gulf 'Af-SIGN' My mi I :H.mX7z fwzifg' -iff? mai WH QQ My ' M Q ull: ww:-K',.1cwfAifr..5 :Q wyrwy- ,P M :- Q ,Eg ny- Z- :mp v.-N f f H , ff W: H wQ qw H .Q-1 'M : W 4 K z., .Mm wx an ss I '14 1, Si .Av 1 4 . R - . . ra sm xi Av! 5.4 -mf .ai 1 B., by ,X-A -an . - 2:1 AL. -5- , lugs am -sw ' "Y fff'm?M2x ya ff el W Hg :QQXQLE 12255 E5X5f"3!WWl???f!:YQf?f5iS'WQTELETMQQLHEEHKHEQEQ ?'5g24's?m 1591355 xg ,m no A ,xg Suggs Qing M -Wvn x,f,f xx L- M xmmirf in-x ssggga I .V 1. H H .mmf my :Hmm gmw Eigfw sigma Qgjmmwf-ggimnjw Nm 1 H111 ma swam gum gn ff, ss as Quia 4 mam and nxmn M 'iwffl' H MH H SW Sims JQXXMHHEW HI3Jm'Sb'2EQ2 W-EWMMQQKSHQIMSEH 1 P.-xi, nm ummm mmm wma n JS' nays H swan W mm-mm w-:ME ,wx-xm swam an H, a , as iw H "Tw na Nga awww " HW -AQHTWEM- ,Q , -.X.g.Lggf.j5jm Him my E.,-my H mga W sw 11125 ' My U E Wh HL fx E MFE L- :ming F S H: mL,,w,.wfiH--M i-:sf ' win and My W EMBB Exams B SH sang M M H M WJBWXS Eaiiw ms 0ff Campus Index Andy Andersonls, Ltd. ...... . Apache Motors ..,....,.,,.,,, Arizona Flour Mills ............. Arizona Food Products .............. Arizona Ice 81 Cold Storage ........ Arizona Land Title 81 Trust ...... .......350 .......343 .......359 .......333 Arizona Paramount Corp. ,.,.., ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 34 Arizona Trade Bindery .............,,.,,.,,.,,.. 328-329 Baffert-Leon Wholesale Grocery ,,,,,,,. r,.,,,, 3 52 Bank of Douglas ..,,....,.,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,, 3 54 Beaudry Motor Company ...........,. Betts Printing Co. i..,,,.,,.,.., . Bower Company, Inc. ........ . s .......34l Brandin, Iron Drive-Inn ..,..,.,.,.,,..,.,,.,.,,,.,,,r., 336 Broadway Village Drug ,,,....,.,,,s,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 339 Broadway Village Market and Bakery .......... 339 City Laundry and Dry Cleaners .......... Clay Lockett ..i...................,...,.,.,,.,., Coop Fountain ......,......,......,........ Corbett Lumber Company .......,.,,.. Crystal Coca-Cola Bottling Co. .... . Damskev's ............................,..... Danielis Jewelers .......... Dave Bloom and Sons ...... De Roy ...,....,................. Desert Treasures ....... Diamond X Stables ...... Dolores ......v.......,........... El Conquistador Hotel .,.i..i Elite Ice Cream ................ F ox-Tucson Theatre ........ Geronimo Hotel ,........ Goldwateris ............ Guild House ................ Gupton's Iewelers ........ Gruenwald Sz Adams ...... Gus Taylors ..,...............,......... Hackett 81 Whitnig Motor Co. .... . ..........347 ....-..349 .......3l6 .......340 .....-.350 .......355 .......325 .......344 ..........357 .......330 .......350 .......354 .......348 .......344 .......333 Haskell Linen Supply Co. ........ ....... ....... 3 5 2 Hollis Photo-Engravers ................................ 336 Inspiration Consolidated Copper Co. I Sz B Motors, Inc. ............................. . Iacomeis ......,,,............ . I. C. Penney Co. ................ . Ken Sharp, Photographer ..., KOPO, Radio Station ........, Koi-rick s .............. .r ........... . Langers Floral Shop ......, Levyis ............................ Lewis Salon Shoes ........ Lota Fletcher ........... .......340 .......35l .......340 ....,..353 Mae Vos .................,,.,,,.,,,.,,., Magma Copper Company ..... Martin Drug Company ..... i. Miami Copper Company ..i,....... Midway Drive-In Theatre ......... Mitchell Furniture Company ...... Nu-Way Cleaners ..,,.,,.,,,.,,,..,, O,Rielly Motor Company ....... .. Paulos Restaurant ..,......,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Pertin s Motors, Inc. ,,,,,..,,,,.,,,,,,, , Peterson, Brooke, Steiner 81 Wist .,......... Phelps Dodge Corp, ,,,,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., U Place 81 Place .,......................,,.,,,..., ., Pioneer Hotel ..,.... .. Porter's ....,,.,,..,.. ,, Bainbo Bakery ,.,.,,,,,,,,.,, ,, Rincon Market ,,....,,.,,,,,,,,,, 0 Rodeo Drive-In Theatre ..,.,...,.,,..., ., Bonstadtls Hardware .,,...,,,,,.,.,,,, Boy Drachman Realty Company ........... San Carlos Cafe ......,,.,.,,.,.,,,,,..,,.,, ,, Sears Roebuck and Co. ,,,..,..,,,.,,, ,. Shamrock Dairy .........................v., .. Sliearman Furniture Company ............. Smithyis Penguin Puddle ....,...v.,,.,,..,.,,.. Southern Arizona Bank and Trust Co .... Southwestern Sash and Door ................ , Southwestern Wholesale Grocers ......... Speedway Lanes ............................ .. S. R. K. .......,..........,......,,.,..,.,........., .. Steinfeldis Department Store ........ .. Sundt Construction Company ...... .. Sunset Dairy ............................... .. T. Ed Litt Drug Store ........ .......,. Thelma,s Beauty Salon ........ ......... Thunderbird Shop .......................................... Tom Inglis Floral Shop .................................. Tucson Federal Savings and Loan Co,... Tucson Gas, Electric Light tk Power Co ....... 324 347 .........327 .. ......... 352 349 326 337 353 353 343 330 352 358 333 334 .f 359 35 I 341 34:2 357 356 323 358 359 342 345 323 344 348 34-1 349 339 359 357 356 Tucson Laundry and Dry Cleaners .............. 353 Tucson Machine and Equipment .................. 325 Tucson Newspapers, Inc. ........,........ ......... 3 26 Unit Laundry and Dry Cleaners .................. 356 University Barber Shop ................... ......... 3 24 University Book Store ...... ......... 3 I6 University Drug Store .......... ......... 3 51 Valley National Bank ................. ......... 3 55 Varsity Cleaners and Laundry ...... ......... 3 30 Westerner Flower and Gift Shop .................. 345 VVesterner Hotel ............................ ......... 3 45 Wlrite House Dept. Store .......... ......... 3 25 Young Buick, Inc. ............. .. 330 .-. -l HW ms rurf Z,-,spd X Conveniently serving students for oll bookstore needs . . . THE UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE Before . . . After . . . The best place for the best in everything Located in Old Moirm . . . 'the coop' . . . THE STUDENT FOUNTAIN A A B Abomr, Juanita ............ 29,267 Abel, llarvey ...,............,..,., 309 Abell, Cilrnl ,.....,... 1219,29ll,2illT Abosketcs, Mary Ann ....., 1.9, i-x3,2fwl. Abrams, Clmrlotle .... 125,236 Abrams, NVilli:cni .............. 234 Ackerman, Charles '9 135-I ....5l. Ackerman, 1-larry ............ 289 Avkori, Chairles .............l.... 242 Avkley, liuszlleo .... 252,30l,3lI9 Acosia, V. J. .....,..........,...,. 26-I Adams, Charles ..,...,........,' ll-l Adams, .loan .......... ...... 2 32 Adams, .losoph ....,. ,. .... 299 Adams, Nm-main .. .... ...... I iS Adams, Tolsie ........ ...... 2 I-I Aelmns, Xl'iLnda ......... 119 Adamson, I-lurold ..... ....,... 2 ll Xdrlii Alon William img , ig . 'N . . .,.,, .. 1XL1'Y:'l0ll.J0ill'1. ......,....... . .,.... 130 Alice, sol ...... , ................ Alil,2'rcn. Ilelen ........... A I nsvow, Gi-:orgre .,.,,... 8-l l ....3H.9li l'l'i Aliins. Patsy Many .............. .. Alba, Roy ..............,.,.,,,....... Hn! Alberts, William . .........l,.... 23-I Alf-orn, lfllizzibeih 1"'l, Aldenllerirer. llill hh 2za,:1Q:1 Student Index llnhby, Mary Alice ........., 24-I lmlihy, Myron ..,............ .,..!b7. llau-kal't, Judy .... 123,143,225 Bmlviiovli, Arthur ............ 150 Ilan-r, Wally ....................... ,196 litmus, ldlmer .................... 222 Ilagsliaw, Cleo .......,....,..... 213 liniley, Daniel ...................... flli Bzilluy, Lowell .... 3Al,35,36,38, 173,174,255 Hailey, lvlairilyn ...... 34,3S,233 Hailey, Myra ...... 74.75,97,236 llauilcy, Robert .... 31,173,17-l, 186,238 liulin, Joseph ............,......... 391 linker, lloruthy ............ 38,240 linker, Glenn ..3S,1-10,243,298 linker, 111111-Z'HI'EEl .....,....,... 220 linker, 1'1Lit .......... 1-13,225,291 Baker, .Rivllnrd ................., 188 linker, Simon ,,,,....,.,........... 38 liulclwin, Peter ..,... ...... 2 42 Halo, Ril'h!ll'l1 ......,. ........ 3 S Hull, l'nti'ivla . .....,....,.....,.. 269 Hu llainy, Worth ..... ,, ....,.... 266 'J I liwlliuwl I-Zur-l1'1r"i.. 2-48 -AU , . . ...... . ., liiillou, vn-gmia , ....,,. 203,245 I ln.m.:, Kai herine lin ni-T. Marie ........,,.. Alderlon, Del ,...... ............... 1 243 Allmdelf, Raymond ...,.,..,. 309 Alison. Roger ....,......... 137,239 Allen, Douglas .,...,...... I5Il,15--I Allen, Lou Anne ..,.,,,, 129,396 Allen, Manx .....,...........,........ 38 Allister, George ...,...,........ 291 Allister, Shirley .... , ........... 300 Al-Shalczwji, llussiun ...... 39 Alstatt, Leslie ......,.,... 191,239 Amalonxr. Jean ..........., 300,303 Ament, Kay .....................,.. 2-i9 Amster, Harry ,........ ,.... .... 2 5 7 Anders, NVili lam .......,,....... 211 lizinks. Edwin .... ,. ..,. ,, liainnohr, 1iil'lllll'li ..., Bzumister, llryunt .,.. ..,..,.,.58,3lI7 ............307 33 ........210 .,......290 ' 302 llanin, Alford ................ AS, lill.i'iJ0l', Carroll ...,.............. 290 211 llarlrer. G. Arthur ......,,.... liarller, Mary Alice .......... 30.3 1111! rher, Barbour. Verla ...... Hzlrixnianii, Judith Casseman, Shirley ,,.. ........ 2 97 252, ,301 Born, John .................. 268,308 ......288 Andersen, Arthur O ..,....,. l5 Andersen, Willinm .......... 397 Anderson, Charles ...,........ 29:2 Anderson, Ernest 288,289,295 Anderson, Euprenc .....,,...,. 277 Anderson, Gene .... 39,298,299 Anderson, Harry .... 38,292,299 Anderson, .lohn .,,...,..,.,...... 16 Anderson, Lucille ....,......... 27 Anderson, .lane ....,............. 229 Anderson, Netty .......... 39,2122 Anderson, Patric-ia .......... 306 Anderson, Rayinonrlull-1,215 Anderson, Robert J ..,,....... 269 Anderson, Robert 'l....13Il 163 Anderson, Robert S ........... lilil Anderson, Roger .. ,.,..,... :lx Anderson, 'Fed , .,..,.,..........., 227 Anderson, Thomann .... 38,2924 Anderson, Yvonne ..31,S7,2ZlIi Andre, Lnliae ...... 119,123,228 Andres. E. H. .....,.............. 297 Andrew, 'Fred ..,..,... .......... 2 RR Andrews, David ...,............ 103 Andrews, lNlu.ri.:':1i'et .......... 249 Andrews, Mark ..,....... 11-1 '222 Andrews, Spencer ...,...,.... 250 Andrews, Xvillinm ll ...,. .... 2 If-1 Andrews, NVilliz-un S. 251,289 Andrix, lflarl .....................,,. 299 Angermeyr, Vvilliam . ..,...... 38 Angulo, John .,,............... 39,90 Appelin, Carl .....,.... 38,219,298 Appleyaril, Gracie ....,....... 236 Ar:inp:o, Alfred . .,,........ 38 296 AI'1TOR'2l5l'if, Robert 12'l,222,1,lll'I Arch, Clifford ........ 38,292,299 Arens, Albert ..........,............. 38 Arens, Henry ...................... 1395 Ares. Charles ...................... 288 Arford, Mary Ann ....... .,... 1 11 Argenta, Vincent ........... 231 Arinstrong, Charles .......... 39 Armstrong, John .............. 226 Armstrong, Vifillimn 175,210 Arnold, Jeanne .1....1,....,.,... 130 Arnold, Judith ..38,96,282,Il09 Arnold, Lowell .................. 21-I Arnizen, Edward ........ 38,95, 190 211 Aros, Eddie .,....1..,......,....... 175 Aros, Mary Alive .......,...... 30:2 Aros, Mary Louise ..., . ..... 308 Arveson, Donald . .,...... ,...., I H4 Arvold, Barbara .... 38,195,191 Arvold, Robert .,.,...... 38,243 Ash, Jo Ann ......,...,............. 2-10 Ashcraft. Clarence ...... 22,126 Astiazaran, Antonio ....,. 298 Aston, Bornurdyno .....,,... 296 Atwood, Harry ............ 39,29-l Atwood. Marian ..,.S1,22S,299 Augustine, Don ......,....,..., 11-I Augustine, John ....,..,........ 1709 Augustine, Pat .... 1.31l,2G9,299 Auster, Natalie ..,............... 292 Austin, Alfred .......,.... 265,302 Austin. Shirley ...... 300 Austin, Catherine .... 134, 38,233 Ayres, 1Villian1 ,..... 152 177, 178,250 Phyllis ...,...,... ., ..... 308 105 118 llurker, Barbara ........ , Barker, Beverly ,.... .....,.. 2 32 linrker, Robert ..........., 38,246 linrker, Thomas .......,.... ,...227 Hurnam, lil. l-I. ...........,.,.... 113 lieu-nes, Janet ........ , ..... . .... ,240 Barnes, Robert .......... 219,298 lmrnett. Dorothy ........ 38,225 l-larney, Dick ,.... ....... ,......... 2 6 4 llau'ni1-le, Dc-an ,................. 210 Baron. Helen ...,. ........ ,,.....,. I 3 08 llarr, Martha ..5lS,197,202,225 lizirrett. lleatrice .............,.. 38 llurrinpxer, Jean ...,........ 77,95 llnrtholomew, Ccvil ........... Bzlrtlett, .laines ......1..... 24,288 l'l:xrll0tl., XVorth .,.............. 309 lizirwisc, Onah ,.....,....,,. 92,248 1iilSl1ll, lmvid ......,... ......... 2 93 Bassett, Harriet ,,.,....,,,.,. 241 Hales, Alan .,.......,.... 25,239,234 llalisle, Fred ........ 152,154,150 i5ll,lIl1l6l't, Andrew ..... ..,.2S8 liaumgartner, Shirley .... 125. 203,233 llayne, Betty ......... ,....125,249 llezirh. Beverly ...............,.. 253 llezunun, Nancy ............ 32,232 Bean. Vcruinin ....,.......,..... 255 lieair, l-larold .................1..., 399 lleurd, Lee ........,..... 38,298,299 Heck, Beverly ....,...,..,........ 248 Heck, Charles .... 39 Bock, Florine ..,........... 129,269 248 lice. Virginia ....... , ..... ..... .... Uecinan, llarbaro. ............249 Beer, Paul ,,.,....,....... 28,29,130 Bell, Gale ...,.... 39,177,1.78.251 licll. l-'larry ............ . ....... 29,296 llendick, Jeanne ......,. 39,202, Ben net t, Joyce ..,........ . 224.225 201,205 Bennett. Margaret ..,....... 224 290 Benson, Dolores llonion, Alzora . ......,........ .. llenton, Floyd ..... Benton. l-lugrli ..... ,307 244 "SS ffIIIQQQ5sm 307 lients, lllriuh ..,.,.. ............ ljurg, .liawbara ..,.....,.......... ,309 lioriren, Beverly ........ Bci'g'er', Edwaird llel',L:'ers1m, Alinc 216,309 . .......... ...291 Billson. Marcus .................. 39 Bxlzi, August .......... ..... ..,. 2 9 9 Himzfham, lflrwell . .... ,. ....,....39 Bingham, Norman ..,, 39.105, Caldwell, Robert ......,... 40,293 1.07,l49,153,155,251 Biolo, 107il1it1l1l .................. ,..,39 Bird, Donald .. .,,... .,..... 1 63 214 Birmingham, Jim ..... , llirininghani, VVilliam 67,288 Birt, Dancey .............,,......... 39 Bishop, Arline 8S,147,203,220 Bitter, Barbara ,,..,,.,.,.,,,.. 240 llittorf, Charles ................ 293 Bivin, Ji'lK.'ClU011l18 ...........,., 249 Black, Gareth 65,134,l42,14Zl Black, John .,,, ,.,........,,.,,,.,, 2 99 llluvk lvlargret ....,.......,....... 39 Black, Mary Nell .............,.. 22 Black, Myra .......,,....... 125,249 Blau-k Walter .........,...,....,. 111 Biackieage, Calvin .....,...... 260 Blair. Blair Barbara ................ ,... 2 90 Cu rl .... ,....,. . .,,. ..,,..260 Blair, Joe .1....... ......... 2 61 Blair, Marilyn ..,.. . ...... 220 lilair, Ralph ..,.,....... ,...,..,, 2 89 Blake, Bevan ......,,........,... 266 Blake, Elena ............,,..,.,,.. 248 lllakeley YVarren 96 219 ieslgikesiei, Mary 26.,.27,33:241 Blanc, Patricia. .......... 128,249 lllasdell, .launes ..........,,....,. 254 Blaugrund, Charlotte .. ,,.. 118 lilaaina, Neda ,,,................. 308 Bleich, Dick ,, ...........,.......... 259 258,309 lileich, Stephen . ...... lllessman, Glen . ..,. ...... , .... 2 60 Blevins, Leon ....,, 39,166,169, 170,184,250 Blinder, Robert ................ 258 Bliss, Caroll ......,... 95,229 290 Bliss, Robert .........,...... 36f226 Bloodworth. Ted ...,.......... 'PSS liluchar, Arthur .......,.....,,, 210 Breton, Renee ..... ......... 2 36 Brewer, Lucille .,.... ......... 2 67 Brewer, NVi1lian1 ................ 211 Brewer, VVillis ........ ......... 2 93 Bridges. Frances .............. 220 Briinhall, Willis ...,..,,........ 267 Briscoe, Don ...........,...... 39,293 Briscoe, Mary Lou ....,... 203, 244,245 Bristal, Robert .................. 189 Brittain, Neal ........ ......... 2 64 Brock, Frances . ................. 249 Brode. Kathleen ......... I3l'Oi19I', .......237 Beverly ................ 268 Broderick, Adrian ... ........... 39 Caldwell, Yvilliaru .,.... 80,291 Callahan, Robert .............. 201 Galley, John .....................--- 2410 Calvin, Carol ....................,. 249 Calvin, Nancy ......,, 31,125,248 Canierena, Damaris ......,... 40 Cameron, Theodore ,...... ...143 1V1il11Oth .......... 1953 Cameron. . Campbell, Eugenia .... 129,213 Campbell. Robert ..1.........., 250 Campillo, Frank ........,.....,. ..40 309 Candiotti, Molly ,..,,.,, 216, v Cannon, Bob ............,.,....... 1.63 Cannon, Marilyn ...,...... 25,266 Cantor, Larry ............----.....- 40 Caples, Virginia .,., 23,240,241 Cai-don, Bartley ......., 105,295 Cardon, Hugh .................... 171 Cardon, Louis 1....... , ....... 40.206 Carl, Shelby ........,............... 260 Carlisle, Mary Anne ....., 199, 208,249 Carlson, Charlene ............ 2513 Carlton, Frances ..40,212.213 Carnahan, George '----- 40,290 Carneal, Thomas . ....... -10,293 Cai-nell, Catherine ........1..... 40 Carnes, Virginia ................ 305 Carney, James ............,..... 179 Carpenter, Edwin ...,,.,. 16,68 Carpenter, Thomas ..1S6,187 Carpenter. WVil1is .......-. ..... 1 013 Carr, Vfilliam ........ 410,121,304 Brodie, Alexander .... 256,298 Biodie, David ........,........... 256 Brodish, Evelyn ................ 290 Brody, Ruth ....,. . ............ .....142 Brokaw, Barry ...... 39,238,299 Bronson, Rena ...,.............. 198 Brooks, Barbara ...,...... .. ,... 249 llrooks, Linda ..1.....1.... . ...... 237 Brooks, Nancy ....,,.........,.. 308 Brooks, Thomas .... 39,256,299 llroome, Lois .....,.........,...... 300 Brophy, Diana. . .............. .....2Z1 Brown, Elmer ...,.,.,.,,... 15,297 Brown, Francis ..,............... 163 Brown, George .................. 214 Brown. Gordon .... 134,173,309 Brown, lda ................. ......... 3 03 Brown, James ............ 288,289 Brown, Jerry .... ............ 2 66 Brown, JoAnn .............. 39,244 Brown, Joan ..,... ......... 1 18 B1-own, Lester .................... 288 Brown, Pete ........................ 243 Brown, Robert ...... 95,210,211 Brown, Sherburne .... 209,256 Brown, Sydney .......... 292,295 Brown, XVoodrow ...,,,..,..... 293 Brown, Yvonne ..... ....... ,.... . 2 40 Browne. ' Blumenfeld, Gordon 114,262, 309 Blydne, Jane .,............ 239,212 Bockmon, Fred ......,..,........ 288 Bockmon, Irene .................. 39 Bodeewes, Dorothy .......... 240 Borleewos, Lambert 196,210 liioebinger. Alice ...........,.... 252 Boevers, Jacpueline ....25,33, 249,294,300 Boixan, Gerald ...,.............,,. 163 l?o,e:'arcl, Annamae ........., 288, Persis ....,..... 290,308 Browning, Harriet .......... 225 Browning, Joan ................ 225 Browning, 1Vade 223 251 Browning, VVi1liam ........,. Brueggzeman, Leo ....292,299 Braumbauizh, Eldon 114 Brusiloff, Joel ...,,,.,...,,...,.., Brusse, Cornelia """"'A'A"21o Bruster, Bill ....... . ........., 95, Bryce, Daniel ...... . Bryce, Norman ...........,....,... 30 Bryce, Phillip ..39,137,255,304 Bryce, YVilladea.n Buvlmnan, Glenn Buchanan, J. D. Buchanan, Louise Buchanan, Lyle .. Buchanan, Robert Buck, Dou 289.297 1':0f.'f8.l'd, Thomas .......... 39,297 Bogie, R. E. ........... ....,.... 2 98 Bopple, Robert ........ ........ 3 9 liogue, Nancy ,,,.. .............., 2 33 Bohannon, Conrad ....,. 39,293 Bohn, Louie ................ 264,303 Bohrer, Vorsila .................. 290 Boice, Frank ........., 24,39,239, 292,298 lloice, Robert .,...... 39,238,239 Boil-0, Sherry ..27,19-1,203,240 Bonzi, Edward .................. 113 Bookmand, Rand ....., 209,296 Booth, Julian ......,.......v, 31,133 Bopst, Jane ..............,......... 221 Borchardt, Rutheloise Borglum, Gloria ................ 240 Borgquist, Erasmus 164,299 Boskon, John ...,,................. 289 Irlottvher, Norbert ............ 265 Boucher, Donald 152,155,184 295 ....228,294 288 ,...........235 210 glass ........,,,. 96, Buck, Frank ,,.. ........,... 4 0,298 179 Buckelew Jesse.. Buckingham, Mar,e:ery'::252 Budinger, Philip 040,268,290 Buell, Elton .... 40,131, 306 llueno, Oscar .................., ,.,171 244 299, Bugbee, Susan ..,..,....,....... Bullard, George ............ 40,182 Bullock, Shirley .......... 129,266 Bunce, 1Villia,m .....,.,.... 31,218 ......31,107. Bunton, Patricia .. 198, Burch, Albert ,.... .. 200,245 Carrillo, Oscar ..,......... 152,1Qfv Carrall, Art ..l.........----------- -164 Carroll, Earl .......... ,-.-- -.....,- V 2 S3 Carrall, John . ....... 153,155,255 Carrall, Paul ..............,.. ..... 2 H6 Carson, Charles ...A..........-- 297 Carson, Roy .,.............. ...... . .289 Carson, Virgil .....,.........-.... 230 Carter, Clarence ..-10,296,301 Carter, Dick ...,l... .......A.-,.AA 1 D2 Carter, George. ..... ..,......-.-- 2 42 Carter, Haroldine ........ 40,220 Carter, Jeanne ....,............, 237 Carter, Lee .................... -.-. 2 54 Carter, Mary Lou ............ 307 Carter, Nancy ....,............... 232 Carter, WViley .................... 250 Casaday, Lauren ................ 17 Case, Travis ..., 4S,153,156,1S4 215,293 Case, Wi1lilJy .......... 23,257,288 Casey, Gloria .............. 290.309 Casey, John ...A...- -...-v---.--- 2 33 Casey, Thomas . ,.................. 40 Caskey, XVayne .......,.... 40,304 Cassell, Iris .................... 40,129 Catricala, Beatrice ......,... 300 Catsiff, Ruth .............. 131.309 Cavanaugh, George .....,,, 222 Cavanaugh, Harry .... ...,.. 2 SS Cayia, Jean .,.. 40,236,296,300 Celia, Paul .......................... Chamberlain, Claire . ...... . Chamberlain, Frederica 125, 31,232 Chambers, Janet .............. 240 Chan, Anna ..- ..........,.. 300,301 Chan, Lyman ..............,......... 40 Chang-Roclriquez, Eugenesli Burch, Joe ,,.......... .,..,.,....... 1 33 40. S9.90,95,128,143,228, Burcham, Irmanea 35,36, 290.291 Burehardt, Richard .....,.... 299 Chaplin, Ralph .................... 40 Chapman, Thomas ...... 14, Charbonneau, Joseph ..,... 293 Charles, Robert .... 35,88,1t32, 180,181 298 250,284 Boukidis, Anne ............ 39,195, 197,204 Bovarcl, James ,............. ...... 3 9 Bawen, Barry .......,.... 179,256 Bowen, Betsy .................... 228 Bowen. Richard . ..,............ 227 Bowers, Sally , ........., . 118,224 liergln, Daniel ...... ..., A .... 2 38 lie-risrner, Michael ....,......... 262 Berlinski, Don ............ 133 269 Bernot, Diane ......... .......... 2 48 I-terry. John .......,...l............ 264 In-rry, Lzuvrence .............. 302 llerry, Mona ..,............. 119,229 Hurry. Pat ......,...,.,.,......,..,... 264 llcrry, Thomas .......... 175,231 lflertoirlio, Lois ..........,...,,., 209 llcsic-h. 'llcl.lzi,cli, Donald . ....... . llialk, Bernard ........,... Pauline .......... 39,228, 296,308 .......298 219,293 Biukley, Bill ..........,..... 152,154 liidgoofl. Patty .... 119. 224,307 liiosemeyer, Benno ..222,299 Rigby, Charles .................. 211 liigulcstoiie, Mary ..........,... 39 Ri "lcstonc Vvilllzun A:-. -. '. .,..... .39 llllnlerback, Frances, ,... 39, 198,233 Billings, Margaret ............ 220 Bowman, Harold .......... 39,292 Boyd. Art ...... 173,175,186,227 Boyd, Walter .,............,..... 289 Boyd, Willialn Edward ....39 Boyer, Vililliam . .,............... 251 Boyle, Harry ...................... 302 Boyle, Thomas ...... ...... 2 69 Brademas, David .............. 306 Bradie, Alex .......,........,,.,.... 308 Bradley. Alice ..,.......,......,.. 232 Bradshaw, Marge .............. 39 Brady, Carolyn ............ 39,244, 245,294 13ragg',Ja.n .,.. 23,27,33,194,232 Bramwell, Willis .,,........... 182 Brandon, John ..33,39,23U,296 Brandon, Ken .............,,.,... 269 Brandt, Leo .............,..,.,..... 163 llirnnnen, David ...........,...,.. 39 Branum, Betty Jeanne .... 60, 129,282 Brasfield, Harold ....,,.....,.. 215 Brazie, Robert ............,..,.... 39 Brazie, Shirley ..., 130,228,229 Breckenridge, Don .......... 175, 191,255 Brenneisen, Kirsch ............ 63 - 317 - Burgess, Paul ...,.........,........ 15 Burian, Joan . .....,.......,.....,.,. 40 Burke, Patrick ...............,.. 242 Burleson, Jasie .....,.........,.... 40 Burley, Jerome .......... 114,309 Burns, Albert ..........,...,...., 299 Burns, Edwin ...,.......... 114,255 Burns, Marvin ......,..... 209,263 Burns, Stephen ..186,1S9,234 Burroughs, Robert .......... 65, 246,291 Burruss, Vlfilliam ...........,.. 299 Burt, Barbara ,...,..,............ 233 Burwitz, Arnold .,......,....... 163 Bush, James Morton Bustrin, James ..,..,.,.......,.. Butcher, Barbara .. 222 125,237 246 Butcher, Robert , ....... . Butler, Donald ....., 2 Butler, Gordon ....,...,, 3. '3'3',2im, 250,302 ,.,...14.S6 Butler, Janet ,,.... 184,290,308 Butzen, Beverly ...... .......,.. 2 37 Byerly, Colin .....,...,..,....,.... 210 Byers, Charles ....... .,,....,. 2 30 Bynum, W. R. .... ......... 2 93 Byrd, Berl ........,... Byrd, Donald ...... C .........264 .......,40 Cable, Arthur .... Cain, David ....... Caldwell, George . ..,.... 288,289 Caldwell, Mary .........303 114 ........,.288,289 38 Chastain, James 183,302,264 Chattin, Marilyn Chattin, Richard ........ Cheifetz, Walter 244 179,251 Chesney, Marguerite ...... 195, 198,199 Chiapetti, Lora .... 27,117,134, 228,300 Chidsey, Barbara ...,...l 40,290 Chin, Lincoln ........,....,.... .... 2 93 Chow, Philip .,........ 40,292,299 Christensen. Ross ..........., 290 Christian, Jane . ...,..........,.. 308 Christiansen, James 302,309 Christiansen, Richar ..,.. ,163 Christoff, Joseph ..l........... 219 Church, Douglas .............. 218 Ciano, Belfoire .................. 298 Ciochetti, Thomas ........ 30,31-. 209,251 Ciruzzi, Vin ,,...... 23,35,36,48, 99,112,238 Clagett, Thomas 130,306,309 Clarice, Bill ........................ 298 Clark, Ayleen .................... 130 Clark, Beverly . ..... 30,31,117, 194,203,240 Clark, Charles ............ 134,256 Clark. Frances .........,.... 40,237 Clark, Henry ..,.,. Clark, James .....,,.......,....... 298 Clark Jean ...... ......... 2 00,224 Clark: Jerry .,... Clark, Ken ....... .........264 Clark. Martin ......,. , ...A... 163 Clark, Richard ,,..... . .A,AAA, 251: Clark. Ruth ..,,..,,.....,,,,,A,,..4 1115 Clark, William ,.,,,...,., .,,,,,,,. - 111 Clnrson, James .............,..,...' 14 Clawson, Eldon 251.33,21i1S,2S8 Cluwson, Lora ,,,,....,,,, 203,266 Clayton, Anno .,,,,,,,,,,,,, 40,240 Clellmns, Riclmrtl .,......,.., 241i Clemet, Boyd .....,,. 31,105,255 Clements, Maztribelle ...... 105 Cleverly, 1Villia.m .............. 227 Clevin,1:,'or, Nathan ...... 31,223 Cleys, Edward ,,..........,,,,,... 22:1 Clifton, Toby ..,,,,,AAY,,,,,,, ,,,,, 2 25 Clore, XVilIia.m ............ 123,221 Close, Donald ......,,....,......, 3119 Clyde, Mziry ,.,,,,.. .,..,,.,..,,,,,, 2 69 Clymer, Gwendolyn .,195,21l3 Cobe, Jarvis ............,,.,........ 297 Cochran. Ruth ...........,...... 290 Cooks, T. Fl . ..,..,.., 289,299,304 Coenen. Bzirbaiu .,.,.... 252,308 CoI't'er, Jerome ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 213 Cohan, John ............ ...,,,,, 2 55 Cohen, Bertrand ........,,..,,,, 258 Cohen, G. ,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 309 Cohen, Ma.1'vin ,.., 163,309,263 Cohen, Stanley ,,,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,. 40 Colm, Gloria .... .,...... 2 111 Cohn, Tedy ......... Cole, Marilyn ..... ........131l .,.,....2I-17 Cole, 1Valton ..... , .....,, 294 Cole, '1Vi1li:1m .,.... ,.,,, 2 S19 Colle, La.wrenc.'e .,... ...., 2 511 Collins, Hersvh ..., ...,.,,. 2 511 Collins, Rosemary .......,.... 213 Colman, 'Betty ....,....... 147,229 Cohnzm, David ...,...,.......... 2512 Colter. Don ....,....,....,,.....,,, 257 Colter. James ..25,41l,188,21i7 Colter, Patricia ......,..... 40,267 Colvin, John .,,.,...,. 31,264,302 Colvin, NVarren ,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,, 293 Colwell, Helen ...,.............,.. 213 Calwell, Tnlitlm ...., ..,..... 2 90 Comer, JoAnn ....,...........,,.. 248 Colldit. Alive .... 2-1,322,111-1,2l12, 224,309 Confer, Donald ........,. 142,210 Confer, Joseph ...,..,.,..... 40,210 Confer, L. YV. .........,.. 117,211 Congdon, Stephen ......,,.,..,, -10 Cmnzress, Art ..,.....,...,.,..,.... 1110 Conley, Georgie ...........,,..... 260 Conley, Mary Alive .......... 308 Conn, Daisy ...,,.....,........... 229 Connell. Garland .,...,........ 113 Cook, Durham ,,....,..,.,.,,,,,,,,, 40 Cook George ..., .... ..... , . 2118 C0015 Hamm 141,142.1-13, 238,289,291 Cook, Palricizi . ,.,. 115,141 211, ,1-12, 1-13,290,291 Cook, Vern .... 40,142,1-13,211. 291,294 Cooke, Irene ........,..,,.....,,.1,. 411 Cooke, Stephen . .... Coon, Kztthryn, ..-11 ..-11,3111 201 Coon, Marjorie .......,., 276, Cooney, Robert ,... ..,... 2 38,239 Cooper, Donald ,.....,..... 41.231, 298,304 Cooper, Dawn . ........., .. . .,..,. 228 Coopersmith, .Flernztrd .... 3119 Coopwood, XVilliam Co me Ross . ..,....., 21.5 1 , ..............,........... 143 Corder, Xkfayne ..,. 177,178,184 Cordone, Adam ....,...,..,...,., 2517 Cordovzt, Valdema r COl'DSfGl1'1. Pete ................,. 254 S T U D E N T IN D E X-CCOntinfuedj Cronin, John .......... 41,231,298 Cronin. Vincent ,,,....,........ 25-1 Crooks, 1Villiam ,...,.,..... ,.., 2 99 Cromrer, James ..........,...,. 289 Crosby, Nant-y .,...... 27,-11,241 Crouch, Cecil 41,149,153,151l, Corrales, Manuel .............. 293 Corrigan, Richard .... 173174, 186,226 Cosulich, Gilherta, ........ 27116. 203,228 Cotten, Janis ..,... 125,198,236 Cotton, XVarren ...1....,.,..... 219 Couchmzm, June ...,......,..... 307 1,1itl,16S,177,179,251.1 Crouch, Vkfilliztm .. ................ 41 Crouse, Peter .....................1 211 Crowe, George ........ Crozier, Edward Cruse, Lnwrenre . Crutchfield, Bety ....1 22,222 Dollnrd. Dawn ..... ,. ...... 18 Don. Anthony ........,. .....,,., f 11 Donaldson, .Jack ................ Donaldson, Thomas 2921 ,17, ........,.96,210 '53 3,242 Crydermann, VVillizLm 41,251 Cullen, Marilyn . ......... 203,225 Cul ley, 15111 ox .,.,.....,............ 235 Cullmg, Dora. .,,,,,,.,..,,, 129,308 Cumming, Joseph -11.251,252 1111.111 Donnrslci, .lzunes .............. 11111 Douuan. Dave , .....,.,.....,,.... 256 Donnan, ,Lucy ...,,,,.,.,,,,,. 112,290 Donohoe, Susan .......... 142,229 Doran, William .............,....,. 41 Dorsk. Robert .................... 152 Dougherty. Gene ,,...... ...... , 96 7 -1-J Doughty, Joan ........... -.. llouslziss, Andrew 1152851289 'JD Downer, Putrivizt .,,.118,1-.1, 196,198,220 Downey, Jack ...................... 110 Downey. Lftnrzz-Ann 225 Downey, Patricia ..41,A22l1.221 Downing, liianne ........ 27,2-11. Downin,9,', Stanley .,,,,.,. 41,23-1 Cunningham, Barlutrzt .... 237 C'LlI1l'1l1'lg'111'1l1l, Doris ...... 27.41 Cunning'11am, Gene 2111.239 Cunningham, John ..,.,.,... 298 Currie, June ..............,. 125,248 Currie, John ....,.,................. 41 Curtis, Diane .,...,..,,..,.,,,,,,,, 233 Cusick, Delores .......,.. 147,220 Czajkowdki. Henry ..,. -11,242 D Daffrin, Bill ............,.,..,.... 133 Dalton, .Toe ....,,..........,. 133,260 Dzemiel, lvlargztret ...... 225,300 Daniel, Theodoru 295,204,229 Daniels, .Don ...,,,,..,,,.... 191,215 Daniels, Gay ...., ,....,..,.. 1 97,225 Darkins. Herman .,..... Darlington, Jzmive Dzmrnftll, Edgar ,......,,,,, Datum, Mary Anne Davey, Thomas .......... Davidson, Jerry ........ Davis, Bartholomew Dztvis, Byron ,,...,,,,,,,,, , Davis, Clyde ,,,,.,.,,....... Davis, Edward .... Davis, Davis, I James ...,.........,. Davis, Jay Gerson .,,.. .lack ............. . .... H297 166,227 .......30s 241,299 171,293 ......2sls .,.....242 2sls,::ln .......227 ,......2E15 .......309 114 Davis, Jefferson ......., ,292 Davis, John ...,..........,..,,,,,,, 3012 Davis, Lee .,..,......,,,..,,,,,,.,.. 238 Davis. Nan ...,........ 125,204,244 Dztvis, Stanley , ..... 33,27-1,277 Davis, Virginia .....,..... Davis, XValter ....,..,,,.,. Dztwdy, Mary ....,....,.... .......2-11 225 Day, Ray ....., 153,156,159 174 ,253 173, 1s4 Deaderick, Fei-ol , ........,..., 232 Dean, lvlnry Louise ..... ,.... 2 36 Dearrnont, Thomas .,.......... 92 Debenedetto, Vim-ent .... 293 DeB0lt, Jackie .... 122,123,124 Decker, David ........ 41,251,301 Decker. Clair ........................ 41 De Covnick, Harvey ,.,,.. H298 Deen, VV.i1l.ia.m ....., ............1t33 Dees, Yvillis ...,.., ,,.,.. ...,. 11 7 DeGreen, Delores .. Deir, Michael ..,..... Delay, Mark .......... Delvin, Vifayne . ......... .. Dempster, George Denis, Edward ...... Denis, Louis .....,,... Denison, Jack ...... Denker, Russell .... ,289 2:12 . ........ 21-1 ,.,......,.17u De Lion, Lulsi ................,. 129 246,392 De Moure, Suzanne ........., 240 226 250 112 3051 Dennerly, Grace .,.,...,.. 31 Dennes, Nancy .................... .14 Dennison, Eleanor Denny. Robert ..... Denton, William .2113 r .a . .... 141,201 288 Downs, Bill ............,,,........... 134 Downs. Keith ..................,. 295 Doyle, Helen .................. 41,294 Doyle, Jean ..,......... -l1,195.l9S, 199,241 Doyle, John ...,....,......,...,..,. 210 Drzwhinan, Frank ..,... 125, Drftclnnzm, Milianna 125,203, 214 Drztpela, Frank .....,,.,......... Draper, Phyllis ..,............ Drew, Ruth ........................ Druminond. Dorothy ...... Duljois, .lainos .,....,....,..,,,, Dudley, Virginia ..,. 41,95, Duerson, Frnm-is ..,... 114, Duerson, Frank ................ Duke, Don .............,.,,.,... 41, DuN:1h. Beverly ................ 2511 2212 2516 307 269 249 293 225 183 256 267 232 1J11l11'1t!1, lluynard ,,,.....,.,,,... 41 Dunvan. Clarke .......... 41.173, 175. Dunham, Robert ......,.....,. 1.84 247 Dunlnp, .Iames ,.166,1G7,169, 184,266 Dunn, Mary ....,,,,..,..... 195,253 Dunnfim. Loral ...... -l2,129,274, 276,309 Dunne, -1,,2lU'1lt1il. ............,.., 232 Dunsenth, lleborah , .....1... 240 Dunsomore, Frederick .... 88, 215 Dunst, l'rhztn ..................,... 293 Durzind, Jeanne ......,... 1311.227 Durzizo, Lnureano ..., 226,227 Durazzo, Sarah .,...........,..., 290 Durkin, John .....1 ...,..,...... 2 211 DnPnis, .John .........,.... 1ZlZ'l,21i9 Dutiel, Merrel ,,....,............. 289 Dwan, Robert ..,.,..............1 11.1 Dwight, Jzunes .... 173,175,220 Dye, Edgar .............,......,,.... 42 Dyer, Kenneth .................. 13.1 E Eardley, John ................ -1-, if Earle, Millirent 1...... ......... - Eurley, Virginia ...,.......... 299 '307 2315 De Sanctis, Lorena 35,36,41, 111i,118,126,241,294,301,304 De Sanctis, Roman ....,. 32,33, 177,1S6,209,23S De Smet, George ........,...,. 293 Coulson, Jeanne ...,,.,.....,..,.. 41 Conltard, Lois ,.... ....... 1 25 Coumides. Andrew ,221 ....,.....295 Counes, .Tames ......,..,.. 153.156 Countryman. Ronald ...... 210 Cox, Jerry ............................ 175 Coxon, Bertha. ................,. 236 Coykendall, Ruth ...... 228,309 Coyne, llernaxrd ,... 41.269308 Crabtree, .Tut-kie ....,........... 96 Craigq, Anne ........................ 245 Craig, Jrxmes IC. .......... 41,110 Craig, James F. .........,........ 25 Craig, lVIau'g:1ret ...,...... 41,306 Crnmsie, Maryellen ........ 221 Cran, J. G. ......,..... 105,264,302 Crandall, Glen ,.......,....,. . ,... 231 Desmond, Robert .....,..... 2,3011 Detwiler, Jack Detwiler, John Devine, Sheila 292 31,118,139 "'224,3o6.3rl7 DeVrieS, Carla . .,............... 233 Dewar, John ,....... ,.,,....,.. 2 50 Dibble, Robert ..,.....,......... 218 Dible, Donna ......,..........,.... 249 Dichtenmiller, Dolores .,.. 41, Dickinson, Bert . 70,224 .......'l17,254 Dickson, James .....,,...,....... 261 Dickson, Paul ..,,...,.,........,. 114 Dickstein, Harold ....,..,...,26S, 292,299 Dickstein, Irwin .. ...........,.... 41 ,233 18-1,235 Crandall, Glen Ed. ......,...230 Crane, Cathryn .... 115,221,290 Crawe, Bette ....,...,.,.. , ..... 253 Cratw, Edwin ...............,...... 133 Crawford, Pa tricia .... 118 Dideriksen, Raymond , ....... 60 Dierkes, Harry .,.......,.,..,,,, 299 Dill, Harold .....,...,.......... 23,238 Dilts, Genevieve ,..,.......... 306 Crawford, Rim-hard ....,..,,. 163 Creegar, Don ................ 41,292 Crehore, Charles ..........,.,. 288 Crispino, Dolly ....,. 76,97,129, 202.20-1,269 Crist, Mary K. 27,31,117,11S, 130,201,228 Cromwell, Frederick ........ 16, 288,289 Dir1kn16NeI', Bill ...,...... 185,214 Dixon, Donald ...... Dixon, Keith , .... .. Doak, Anne, ..,...... lflbezlrt, Rir'll:1rd ....,..... 31,218 Eclleverrizm, Roy ,,,,....., 1i11,fll'l2 lddington, Everett ............ 267 Edler, ljatric-ia. .................. 2313 Edmonson, Colin -t2,1'54,125, 120,29-1 Edmonson, Eleanor .,,......,.. 42 Edwards, Bryant ..,............. 115 Edwzlrds, Dale .... 173,175,184 Eeck, John ........,.,... ,,.292,20S Eicks, lillizaheth .............,.. 236 Eiseiihart, Etta. Jean . ..,.. 269 Ekern, Nancy .... ............... 2 48 Elg'a.rt. David .......,............., 117 Eliot, Betty .........,., 42,236,237 Elkins, Doris .,.....,.........,.... 220 Elledgze, YVz1yne ............,... 188 1CIler,'Karl ,.., 152,154,157,18-4, 180,238 Ellinghoe, Jules ..., 42,292,298 Ellinglmoe, Mary Lois .. M297 lilllingwood, John .............. 288 Elliott, Mary Jenn ........,.,.22f1 Ellis, Dan ........................ 42,256 Iilllis, Javk ......,..............,. ,298 Ellis, John .......... ....... 2 18,298 Ellis, Marcella ,,.. ,,.. ,........... 2 3 3 Ellis, Patricia ..........,.....,.,,.. 115 lillsworth, Georgia ...... 35.313, 112,248 lfllsen, Kathryn .....,.... 125,248 Filson, Roy .......................... 1815 Emerson, Fra.nf'es ..,......... 229 Emmons, Ray ..,...,..,...,..,.,. 163 Endahl, Elizabeth .,.. 228,303 Enffelhardt Thomas 299 r- 1 -------- Enke, Fred -l,150,1lS5,11l1i,1S-1 Epnstein. Audrie .......,.,..,. 259 Ericson, Donald .... ....,...,... 1 63 Escher, Lee .....,.. 153,157,16l, Evans, Jane Ethel .... ldvztns. Willmin . ..,., .. , .... 2411 -:Fr ., ..... ....l.i 1'IY6'11C'1111i, Iiernurtl .,..,. 134. 21:::,31l1v ,1C1't!llK'l'1l1i, 2Ll'lrv1:y .,.,....,, 2112, :ml.::rl1l Everett, Nancy .,,,,.., .... , H2211 liverett, Ruthe .....4...,, 292,205 Bvjen, Harold ..,A.. 183,18-1,215 lflvjen, Randolph ..,.........,. 214 Iflwingy David .....,....,,.. 179.2228 Ewimr, Robert .... 179,250,252 lizt-ll, Paul ...,....,........,.. 1i3l,2E11l Ezrre, Alfred ......,..Y...... -12,299 F Failma, Stanley ..,. ,..,... 1 18 Fzihr, John ...........,.......,.... 288 Fatin, Samuel .... Q ......... 1911.297 Fnirbzuiks, Elizabeth ....,. 315, 42,228 Fziirbztnlcs, Harrison Fairly, Pztul ....,........,.. F'unnin. Ardith .....,,. Faris, David .... ..,..,,..., Farmer, James ...... 42, Farrell, Grits-e Fay, .1"Il1.I'l1'lil ...,.. Feztkes, .lurk ....,.... Fezttherer, .lou .,.,. Fees, Mztrtlm ......,.....,. Fees, Nalnry ............. Feldhusen. Frank .... Feldnrlu D'i.vid .. 1+ 1, Felix, Cerilizx ....... Felix, Henry ..........,... , Fendell, .lordzln ....,.., Fender, 'lidward .....,.. Neldinan, Howard ..,. Felix, Carlos ....,,......, , .......142 .......1-lil .......23 288 . 'P ,289 298 105 -:oo 12155 97-1 ...,......1m l 811 .......l11-1 ........il1.5 225,129 .......2S1Il 128.11121 .....,.21i2 , .,...... -12 'I .-l..,2l4 41 Fcnnemore, Mary ....... mxlslili - -r,...- Fenster, Kenneth ..,....,.4 .2119 Fenter, Dzile ,.........., ,...... 2 1111 Fentress, Joseph ,....... A.., I 15,112 Ferdell, Teen ..,..,..., . ...... 2112 Fer1.:nson, Chgirlcs ..,....,.... 21111 Ferguson, DeNulrlzt ............ -12 Ferpruson, Donald .,.. 246,297 Ferguson, Raymond ...,.... 42 Ferrier, Steve .............,..,... 11121 Ferrin. 1.5-ven ......,.,.... ..... 2 89 Feuerstein. William ........ 298 Fickett, .lane 19-1,201,289,297 Fickett, Lloyd ............ 112,289 Fiihr, Ervin ......,. .,...,...,... 1 113 Finch, Dam .................. 1115.221-1 'Finn-li, Peter ...A.................... 231-1 11'im.:ur, NVi1li:un ..9,0.'23iiil2.ilili .. .,L u,L Fioroni, Katherine ,,,, 292,295 Firth, Rim-llzu'd .........,.. 209,247 Fist-lnnztn, Sondra ..... G .... 2g7, 2.1l1i,I 11.1 Fish, .lmnes ..,..........,.. 292,298 Fish, ltii-hard ,...,...... ...... ..... - 1 2 Fishhurn, Mayhew , ...., -12,293 Fitch, Ruth .,.......... 42,22-1,225 Flzmngan, John ...........,.... 2211 Fleminl.:', Marvin ..... ...l11 Fletcher, Mivhziol ..25l,.11I,2Il8 Flickinger, Donna .,.. 125,24-1 Flic'lcim.:'er, Kenneth ..,..... 2211 Floete, Katherine .......,,,,. 244 Floriain Kenneth ............,. 711111 Floss, Alvin ........ ,....., 2 15,298 Floyd, Algernon .... 19,1-12,143 Flyer, Elaine ..,,.........,,.....,. 31111 Foerstor, Marjorie ...,. 55.12.313 Fogrnl, Verfrinizt ............,... .fllfl Fogg, Milton .......,...,..., -12.298 Folger, liunn ...........,.,...., H289 Folfrer. Margaret ................ 42 Folicerts, Keith Folkerts, Keith ........,....... 292 Fontaine, Lois ,..,.... ...... - 12,228 Forlno. Peter ...,..........,. 42,2415 Forquer, Robert . ..,,,.,........ 289 Forrey, David ........,.......,..... -11 Forsyth. lzyron .... -l2,Zl1l2,:1117 Foss, Daniel ....,,,...,.,... 218,298 Fowler, John ..,.,.,. 152,156,102 Fowler, 'Ped ..l72l,175,181i,281 Fox, John ...................,.. 183,239 Fox, Philip .....,............... 2112 Fox, Robert ...... .,.... 2 95.3117 Fox, Robert T. ............ 292,295 Fox, VVilliam , .,.........., 250,252 Fi'u.tuJri1,'Ii, .Dorttn ......., tl-1,298 Frakes, .Im-k ,.42,181l,181,22l'1 Frame, Gary .,........ 23,105,255 Frances, .lztulc ..........,.......,. 257 11'r:tncis, James ...,...,...,...,., " Fr ':1nck. 1Villi:nn ........ Franny, liohert ..... ,290 116,129,306 Dobry, Ann ..,......,......,. 216,300 Dodd, Ford 20,21,22,35,3tl,41 Dodd, Jesse ........................ 308 Dodson, Jerry ...... 41,1'73,174, 186,226 Dohner, Patricia 041,289,302 Estes. Max ...................,,...,. 288 1C1l1l1I1,2?,'lOl'I, Calvin ........ 112,308 Ethridge, Carl ....... .......l. A .42 Euhank, YV111121l1'l .....,........ 289 Euell, Selma. .,...,.......,.......... 42 Evans, David . .....,.. .22,33.147. 246,292,298 Evans, June Edgar ..,... 31.,92, 194,198,236 -318- ..f1.. 292,298 ....,.....2511 Frztncy, NVillizun ........ 29,189 Framk, Ann ...,....... ,... ,,..... 1 5 8 F'rnnk, Walter ..... .......... 2 97 Franklin, George ......,, 112,293 Franklin, John ..... .,...,.... 1 5111 Franklin, l,. ,... ...l............,... 1 121 Franz, 51211118111 ......l,.. 139.21111 Frazer, Patricia ............ ...22-1 FrzLzier.Allegrn .......... 288.289 Frazier, lsztbelln . .,....,.,....1 ,195 Frazier, Martha ......., 2118,2Zl7 Fredell, lilrnestine 42,200,212-1 Frederick, Jacqueline 42,309 Freeman, Orland ........ 42,301 Frenvll, Ellen ..., l"1'em'li, 'l'lll . .,.,, -1 :ms 2::rs,"'z7 ' Els . jfpgrg-s, 12191111 ............,.,,..,. 1 1+'r1denu,Thonms .... 22,2.3,2.4.1 Fried. Jxln'ulnun ......,... -111,292 Friend, l-letty ...,.......,.... -1.1.2111 Fronnn, lilrnest .,.,. ,...,., . 216.1 Fruvhtmun, Hslrrie-1. ....,... 2113 Frymire, F'retleric'k ..........29-1 l"u1-hs, Albert .,.................... 43 Fulbright, Nant-y ........ 157.31111 Fuller, Dorothy .... .. ...,.. 289 Fuller, .lack .,....... ......... 2 1115 Fults, Rosanu. .... ...... 2 5,421 Funk, 1-Russell ...., ............,. 4 lfurnns, .James .,..,..,..,,.. 42,219 G Gubzlldon, liodolfo Gnd, lilinzulleth ......,., ...... - .- 295 'P-13 Gqulms, Juvk ....,.................,. 133 Gniruud. Catherine ,....,... ,209 Iiziisford, Norinzin ............ 254 f1il11I1.I.'f111.'l', I-'reil ,.... .....,. , ,,.21i9 llztnnon. Margaret .... 220,221 thmz, .loan ,. ....................,. 2411 Ganz, Sylvia ....,....... 27,-13,2-11 Gnrher, Bernard .............. 292 Garber, l'ldg':u' .,,.........,....... 259 11:ll'Clner, tfzlllivt- ,,,......... 27.311, 117,240 Gzlrdncr, Charles ...... 177,184 17? 'f 17il1'1l1lUl', Del ......... ...,.., . .11.1 Gill'dllt!I', .lohn ..,,........ 1114511111 Gairinfr. Robert ...,,, 421,285,299 tlnrretson, 1-lonry ....l... -13,2511 Gurrotson. Oliver ....... 17,289 .,..U 11:n'rison, .Iannes ...........,.... -.. tlztrsl., Ulmrles 81l.142,291l.211l Gaston, Vvillizun ........ 179,185, 187,191 Gutewood, .Iumes ........ 43.288 Gzntlin, Dnnu. .................,.... 254 Galtlin, Willialln ....,,.... -lH,292. 298,304 Guy, 1':tlric-in ,.....,. .,.. - 14,221 tiny, Ted .,.................... 292.25119 tloigrer. Nornmn ..,,,...,,..,.,, 293 tleiieiilatzts, 1':l.t,ric-ia Gentry, Donna ,.... .1 112,291 ., .HQ ,.,., - .n,--- ....... Gcrztltl, Rex .,.............. , .... . 121111 -1 'np' Gerard. 1011 ..........-..... -1111.-H Gerzulrrl, Laurenre , .,... 2519 Gerlnch, Albert , .....,... 292,3l11l Gt-rlnnth, Dorothy ............ 213 tlerrard, Dorothy ........,...,,., -13 Gerry, Lloyd ....,.........., 43.31111 Getty, Donald ..... ......... 2 56 Gt-yer, l'1ill'1'Y . ........ .l.... Z C51 Gibhimzs, Frank ....... ...... 1 S11 GilJ1,1il1g'S, James .............. ,. -Cl GiI1l1ing's, liuyinond 11 2231.257 Gilmliiiigs. Tom ............ 177,179 1:11l1JOll, lilizzlbatll , ....... 27,-111. l!l.1,21l2l,2-111 Gibbon, Ellen ..27,-19,19-l,21l3. 2-10,241 Gilzhons, Charles ............., 175 Gibney, Louis .......,,., .... 4 2l,-. -'54 Gihron, .hunt-s .........,.. 131,298 Gibson, liohert .... 105. . ,wr 401, -1o,.. .. Gi1'l'ord. James ...... -131,211,290 1 Gilbert, o.l'lrol1l ...,.......,., 3: ,A .. Gill, Joseph ...,...........,.,.,.... 2911 Gillespie. Snzzumo ,... 128,249 Gillilziml, llruvv ,....,....,.,... 171 Gills, lllloyd ,........,.. .,..,,... 2 93 Gin, Chun-k .,.................. -13,2113 Gin, NVinston .........,,... tlinsbnrfx, Myron 258,293.5 . 214 Glragi, .lrunes -l3.' Girard. lid .....,.,........,..... 4.1 171 'll' Gilles, Gerald ....,. .291i,3tll 2,215 ,L'1.,3Il!1 Gittings, Inst ...... , ........... 17,195 Gittlelnun. Neil .... Giltns, lflrnost , ,,........ 30 11 'fl Glzld, Elvira .,,,,,.......... 228.21117 Glzizier, Lelzind ..l52.155,1:iti, '18-1,255 Glezisun, Frank .. ..,,.. ,...-13,2155 Gleason, Jzunes ..........., 117,289 Glenn, IC:1rI ..,.. ..........,.... 4 3,2513 Glover, lflllen ...... ....... 2 32,295 .,0. Goode, Bzlrlzaira Goelitz, JOIl.l1lltE ..... Goetz, Nic-h:u'd ..... Goff, Bui'1m.i':L ...1.,. .....,....Zf1l4,.l .1 2311 289 .........231i Golherg, XViIlium ......,,,..... 187 liernard Dorothy flolrlherpz, GOlll1.fll'l1. .,.,258,3t19 ....26S,309 Goldstein, Rita ,... 25,211l,3119 Gonzales, Carmen Gonzales, Gilbert Gonzales. Xvillmm Good, .l nmes .........,.............. . .....,...,... 43 58,163 ....,.......l1i3 218 Goode. li obert .... 120 12 Goode-r, Don ,...., 35,:1Il, . 2 242,210-1 Goodfztrb, Stanley ......,..... 133 tjootlman, Leon .......... 122,183 Goodman, Roy .................... 298 Goodson, .lohn ..28,29,114,234 Goodson, Sue ,..... 27,43,ti2,l11. I28,194,197,l98,21l3,224 Gordon, Dllvitl ....,............... 2117 Gordon, lvlariam , .,,. ....,...... 2 20 Guren, William ................ 299 Gorman, Charles .......,......., 43 Gorum, Alvin .,.... 292,298,311-1 Goss, John ,, ...... . ...... . .... 130 ' ',23-1 Hobbs, Jo Anne .... 118,123,224 Henderson, Laurens 44. Gott. Warren ..,.....,............. 43 Clotthcl f, Barbara ....,..,.... 236 f,:l'll1'Hlll. 1-Inlmrt' .... 43,231,296 Grace, John ..,..........,..,......... -13 Grfuly, George ,.,............... 234 Graesser, Roy ........,... 239,299 Graf, Milton ........ ......,...... 2 88 Grate. Louise 237 Graham, Jack ............ l5fZ,156, 150,18-1 Graham. Patricia ...... 208,228 Grant, Van ...,.,.,.,,....... 114,186 Grant, V. David ........... , .,.. 242 Granzow, Dolores . ..,........ 237 Graves. Charles. A. ........ 1751 Graves. Charles E. , ......... 243 Graves, Evon . ....,...,.. 123,229 Gray, l-l oward ...................... 4.1 n Gray, 'l.aurenc:e ..... ..2S9,297 Gray, Sam 1, ,,,. ...... , Greber, Forest ..,............. .... 289 Green, Paul ..........,......... 6-1,296 Greenbergy Stanley ..309,262 Greene. Bonnie ........ 35,36,-13, 'lil-l,l0S.249 Greene. George ..,. 43,94,16G, 167,254 Greenfield, Mildred ........ 223 Greer, Page ...,..,...,....,,,..,,,, 260 Gregg, Parker .......,.... 178,179 Gregor, Judd ....,,.,............,. 25-1 Gregory, Fred .....l. .......... 2 57 Gregory, George ............,,.. 223 Greyloclc, Richard ...,.. 43,235 Grldley, Jeanette ...... 194,236 Griffin. Stanley ........,.,..... 189 Grimes, Myron 43,61,292,29S Grimes. Stanley ..114,190,227 Grimm. Doris .................... 307 Grinnell. Joseph ..............., 210 Griswold, Daniel ........ 299,246 Griswold, Ray ................,,,, 239 Groover, Jamie ,..,..... ........, 1 63 Cloroover, Sue Ellen 131,249 Gross, Dorothy .................. 269 Gross. Ellen .,.. 76,97,142.1-13, 241,201 Grover, Sue .,,.........,...1. 203,249 Gruener, Joan .,..,.., 44,216,309 Grundstedt, H. G, .........,.. 293 Grundy, Donald ....44,1S9,260 Grytlng, Loyal ..2S8,239,292, 295,306,307 Guendelsberger, James ..l61l Guenther, Dorothy .......... 232 Guerra. Mary ..,.,............... 308 Guilberi, Warsl ...........,...... 293 Guillermo. Meosnno ........ 134 Guinane, James .....,.... 44,203 Guinn, Hugh ......,......... 44,246 Guilu1'e. Charles ......,. 213,293 Gumm. Carol .. .......... Gunby, Mildred .... 31, 252 19-1,204. 'l07 208,223,291,.- Guthrie, Frank 1ll,95,21.0.211 flulhrie. Robert .. .,..... ....... 2 5-l H STUDENT INDEX-fC'ontinuecD T'T11l'1Z1,l'll1, Elizabeth llurlanfl, Gordon ....... Harlinv, Karen ........... ...,...269 60 .......249 lflarmon, 'David .....,.... 44.292, l-lurpst, Beverly ,... ..... Hzirrell, -- ..... ,....... . llfirris, Aulton ..,.. Harris, Dave ..........,. l-lnrris, Doris ..,.....,..... Harris. Martlm ..,........ Ilarris, Shirley .......... . 299,307 .......241 44,232 .,.....2l s .......265 2ss,2sQ .,.....213 Hurt, Edward ....,....,,,.... 44,211 Hart, James .......... 44,209,214 Hurt, John ..,,........ ,, ,,,.,,, ..., . 242 Ha rl, Lawrence .,..... . ...,.... 215 44 l-lurtmun, Ric-hard 1'1lLl'llllilll, Robert ......,.,..... 294 Hing, Ally Ong ........ 275,292. znsrzmn 292 Ilinton, Philip ,.... ............... 2 T-Iinwood, Robert 1 .,...,.,., 45 Hiser, Donald ......... Hislop, Reginald ..... ........290 ...,....242 Hirsch, Arrum ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 309 309 Hirsh, Joan ........................ Hirst. Frank ...................... 218 Hitchcock, Clayburn . ..... 177, 179,184,214 Hi tch cock, Virgil .....,..,,,,,, 114 Hunt, William .................... 302 Huskeson, Betty .....,........ 129 260 Illl.l'1llli'lll, Shirley ........ 44,213 Harvey, John ...... .......,........ 4 4 Harvey. Milton .....,.. .,..... 2 15 l-larvey, H in rvey, lflarvill, Richard ......,..,...... 15 llaskin, Mnrylin .......... 44,213 lflatch, Donald .................,.. 306 Robert ...... ....... A 44 1Vesley ........1....... 114 Hutch, lra ,..,., ...................... 3 06 Hathaway, 'Frank ............ 111 llzlllmway. James ............ 113 I-luvey, John ,... ......... ....,.. 2 9 6 Hnury, Emil ....,................... 17 Hawkes, lienjarnin ........,. 211 lr-lnwltins, ivan .............. 44,288 Hawkins, Mary ..,............... 293 Hawkins, Ralph .,.............. 16 Hayes, Joan .... .................... 2 11 Hayes, Robert .... 147,179,246 lluymie. Kendall .............. 267 Ilaymoncl, Keith ..............,. 13-1 llnymore, Jacqueline ...... 244 Haynes, Stuart .............,.,.. 288 236 44 142 Haynes, Sylvia .......,... .... Huynie, Kendall .... . ......... .. ll'i noe Bob Ho. Chestar Hong 45,292,299 Hoag, Hal ............ 131,148.149, 153,157,184 Hobart, Minerva. , ,,.,,,,,,,,,, 249 Hobbs, E. XV. .....,.....,,.,,,,,, 298 Hobbs, Charles .,.,..,.,,,,,,.,,, 45 Hobbs. John ..,.,.,.,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,. 157 Hobbs, Kathryn .......,,,,, 241 Hook, R. John ..,...,......... 45,251 Hoc-kings, James ........... 218 Hockings. John ..........,.,.,,., 218 Hodges, Frederick ......,,.. 152, 157,161,184 T-lodges. Mary , ........ .. ....,,,.. 241 Hodgson, Sarah ...... ......,.,, 2 41 Hoffman, Helen Jean ..,... 252 Hoffman, James 1... 45,227,298 Hofstetter. Amelia45.303,30S Holaway. Betty .... 27,195,204 Holaway, Robert ....,...,, 45,299 Holbrook, Elizabeth ..,.,. 31, 198,203,244 Holder, Ronald .......... 218,298 Hollis, Robert ,... .... 4 5.254.298 Holmes. James ................ 122. 234,235,303 Holt, Don .......,........ 45,209,246 Holt. Norma ............ 26,27,-45, 68,129,300 Homar, Darleen ....,.., 123,229 Hone, Mark ............ 45,296,301 Hutchison, Lee .... 35,45,88, Hutchison, Otis ................ 299 Hutchinson, Robert . ....... 251 Huxley, Frank .................... 45 Hyde, Carolyn . ,.,.. .......... ,... 2 9 8 I Iaccino, Frank ....... ........ 4 5 Ieronimo. Sam ..... ,, ....., 292 Ijams, Carl ...................,.,,.., 294 Ikeda, Masumi . ........,........ 175 lnce, .Tack ..............,..... 186,255 ' 134 Ingham, Francis .........,...... t Ingham, Margaret .... 142,143, 197,225,291 Tngledew, Thomas ............ 299 lnglish, Carl ......,................. 299 Ingram, Bob ....45,107,1S3,254 Irvine, William ........,,., 33,184 Irving, Joan .................. 45,245 Irwin, John ,.,.,.,.,... 45,189,260 Isaacs, Leslie ...,.... 45,292,291 298,299 Isaacson, Beverly .....,,..,,. 276 Ivenz, Frank ............ ,,., 2 69,302 Ivey, Barbara ..,.......,......... 45 Ivey, Joseph ......,.... ..... . 45,293 J Jacka, Betty . ...., ..31,119,123, 197,200,202.225,290 Jackson, Amos .................. 45 Jackson, Bill ...,.... 153,157,250 Jackson, Doreen ....,....,...... 217 Jackson, Dudley ................ 179 Jackson, Lewis ...... ......., 2 88 Jackson, Keith . ............ ..... 2 77 Jackson, Ginger ...... 1203.253 Jones, Martha .............. 27,46. 19S,190,Z03,240 Jones, Minna ...................... 18 Jones, Rolland .................. 283 .lones, Russell .,.. 46,67,28S,297 Jones, Thomas .................. 288 Jordan, Liz..31,92,119,19S,242 Jordan, Laurence .............. 230, Jordan, Thomas ...... -269,308 Jorgens, E, K ...... ......... 4 6,112 Josephson, Bernard ........ 309 Joyner, Dorothy .......,........ 194 Juliani, Nancy ........,........... 244 Justice, Robert .......... 163,289 K Kaapke, Lyle .......,...... 152,158 Kaapke, Robert ...,............ 215 Kaith, Irving ..... 1... .......... . . . 71 Kallman, Robert..179,189,256 Kallof, Feredirck ......,....... 46 Kamp, Mary ...,....,.......,,..... .224 Kane, David .................... 46,64 Kaplan, Esther ......,.., 268,309 Kaplan, Manuel .... ...... 2 88,289 Kaplan, Selig ...,..............,... 259 Kartchner, Mark .............. 267 Kartclmer. Max ....i... .... .... 2 6 7 Kassing, Alberta .......,...... 309 Kastner, Leslie .......... 153,108 Katz, Kitty .............. ....210,303 Katz, Sid ............,................. 263 Kauffman, Karl ..... 1 .,....... 133 Kayser, Jean ....1............. 89,90 Keahey, Georgia ......... 46,244 Keating, Carolyn ...,....,..... 245 Keddie, Douglas ......., 112,226 Keefe, Richard ....,...., 163,175 Keene, Jay ......1... ............ 1 43 Keevan, Mike ..................., 214 Keim, Robert .............,,.... ...309 Keller, Jerome . ..,,... . ......... 165 Keller, Rov ...... 46,292,295,299 Kelley, Bill .....1..1..........,--- 1.303 184 . y . ........,.. . ....,.,... Ilnytliornewhite. .Tohn ..., 2SS l-luzeltlne, Jlohn ................ 214 llazen, Ted .,.............,.. 265,302 llealy, Frank ...................... 44 lieap. Dora .,,.........,.......,.,... 245 Heath. Helen ....,... 44,237,300 llevkelinan, Nancy .... 202,302 lleslgccom-lc, Pattle .,.....,., 203. 204,241 Heflin. Guy ........................ 298 Hcilcmnn, Michael .,........ 308 I-leimann, Ernest ......,. 44 289 1--It-iinanu, .imnui , ......... 44,63 llluldelcrancl, Leon ..,......... 174 lflolfinsteine, Bill .....,.. 44.173, 175,254,304 I-lclrn, Bill .......... ......,. . ., .,.... . 44 Hr-lmericks, C. J .,.,... .... 1 14,299 llemperly, Mike ..... ..... ,.,... 2 4 6 Ilenclerson, 'Elma .,.... 220,221 Haas, Mildred ,..... ,,... . 144,308 Haase, Elona ..,..,,, 44,212,213 llaavorsen, llarry ..... . .,..,. 299 Hueher, .lohn .....,......,, 218,203 Hzifford, William .............. SS I-Inga, Dil-lc .,....,..,,............... 246 Hague, Fred ......... ......, 2 27 Haight, Jack .,... ....... 246 Hail, Clebert ........,........,.... 111 Haines, 'Byron , .......,.,...... ...306 Haldemain. Betsy ..65,203.244 Hale, Paul ...............,.......... 239 Hall, Albert .............,...... 95,211 Hall. Hmulforcl ...,.. 122,242,294 Hall, Charles ........ 4'l.140,l52. 156,158.161,1S4 Hall. Claude ............ 1,183,135 Hall, David .... ..............,,.... 2 99 Hall, Doris .... .... ,..... . . .309 Hall, Douglas ............,.,..... 256 Hall, Janet ........ . ....,,,. 44,233 Hall. Justice .. . ,..,. .... 2 99 Hall, Norman ....... .......... - 1-1 Hall, Ted ..,..... .... .......... 1 3 3 Hall, Thomas ...........,.....,.. 251 215, Henderson. Patricia ........ Henderson, Phyllis ..,. 129, Henderson. Robert .... 292, I-lenilerson. Yvilliam .,277, I-lendrioks. 1Veslev .,.... 44, 289 213 205 298 298 215 Hendrickson, William 44,243 Hendrix, Willinrn .,.........,.. 44 llenkel, Blaine ......,.,..... 19,304 Henkel, John ...................... 226 Henness, Shirley .,......,..... 269 Henson, Harry..35,44,l.63,255 l-Ierber, Patricia .,.,......,...., 306 H erhert, Clayton ...,..,..., 113 I-lm-rmann, Carolyn .,.. 119,229 1-lerninnn, Judith .,.,,......... 63 H. , , . .. . Hamilton, Miriam ........ 24 4- Ha,llahan, Leo .................... 269 Haller Carol .... 27 208 220,292 Halloran, Joseph 1 ...... 114-1,299 Halloran, Joseph .4,........... 231 Haloway, Betty ......,... 194,253 Halsted, Carl, . ................. .. I-Iam, George ....,..,...... 234, Hamilton, Jean ....... ,..117, 'unhacher Twines 163 203 229 ,1 1. 118,194,240,f . 301 Hammond. Lois ,.,.. .... . 300. 232.390 Hammer, Albert ..,....... 44,219 Haminerstein, Robt...191,250 Hand. Richard ............,..,., 44 Haney, John ..................... ,303 Hanley. Joyce .. ...... 44,212,213 Hanu, Mary ..........,,.... 141,143 Hansen. Donald .... ,. .... 'l-12,1411 Hansey, Roy .........., ..... 2 43,292 Hanson. 'XValter .,..,........... 238 Hardt, Robert ....A,.............. 293 Hardy, James .,.................. 44 Hardy. 'Fed .......,.................. 298 Hare. Barbara 95,197,200,225 Harrelson, Hugh .......... 31,250 T-Tonea. Robt.i.166,167,169,170 Hood, Thomas ....,,.,... Hopkins, Louise ........ Hormann, Vaughn .,,. Horn, Friederica. ...... Horowitz, Eli ,.,.,. 153. Honeyman. Jane ...,..,.,..... 245 .128,242 ..,.....236 ...,..179. 185,187 ........244 157 283 Horowitz, Paul .........,.,...... 309 Horr. Marvin .............. 294,297 Horsky, Carol ....,............... 308 Horst, Betty ..........,..... 290 300 Horton, Amy , ......,...... 199:240 262 Horwitz, Tony .....,..,..,........ .. Hotchkiss, Herbert .,...... 292, 298,299 Houck, Mollilou ........,....... 252 Hough, Ann .......,...,....,....... 229 Houghton, Virginia .......... 297 Houle, Alan .........,..........,... 227 T-Touseholder, James ...... N303 Householder. Robert 145,256 114 Houseman. Martin .,..,..... Houston, Carol . ,..... A .....,.... 245 Houston, Robert ........ ""'4"306 Howard, Annetta ...........,,. Howard, Lawrence .......... Howard. Lawrence F. ...... 45. 149,151.153.157 214 211 Howard, Lindsay ........,.,... Howard, Russell ..... ,... ....... 2 9 7 Howard, Victor ..,...1........... 293 Howell, David . ......,,,.... 45,298 260 Howell, Gregory ................ Howell, Jack .....i..i..........,.i 184 Howell, Peter ...... 238,294,298 Howell, Robert..36.45,254,29S Howland, Robert .............. 309 Howsare, Ann ......118,125,2-49 Hubbard, Helen ............,... 249 Hubbard, Howard ,,.. 132,289 Huddleston, Patricia 236 ...,...,45, 296 300 1-'v Hudack, David ........... . ...... 33 Hudson, Phil .... 61,2S8,289,297 T-luebert. William .............. 256 Huebner, Marshall .,... ..,.. 2 67 Huertz, Helen ...............,. ...129 Huesmann, Louis ...... 114,254 Huffman, Robert ., ....,. 67.288 Hughes, Anne ,,.... 194,195,333 Hughes, Emily .................. Hughes, John A... ,.... . .......... 6 7 Hughes, Nancy ..,............... 244 Hughes, Shirley .,...... 119,228 Hughes, VVllliam .............. 298 Huish. Wayne ......... ..,163,171 Hull, Frank ...,...,.......... 179,255 Hull, Stanley ............,.... .....254 Hummel, Anne ..,... 31,105,130 1 er Howard .268 Huiim , . ' ........... Humphrey, Marshell ,....... 254 Kelly, John ..,........... ....... ,.... Kelley Kelley , Marjorie ..194,19S,249 Patricia 249 Kelley: victor B ..,.......,,..... Jackson, James ................ 179 Jackson, Pat .,........ 34,46,19S, 199,201,241 Jackson, Syvilla .,,,,........... 237 Jacobs, Tony ............,......... 262 Jacobsen, John ............ 46,187 Jacobson, Peyton .............. 302 Jaeger, Vifalter ...... ......... 2 30 Jaggers, Max .................,.... 46 Jakle, Patricia ............ 46.201, 236,237,295 Jakle. Bill .....................,...... 250 James, Ann ............ 81,204,309 James, Cecil ................., 46,211 Janes, Josevh ..................., 290 Jantzen, Robert ....,..,,....... 130 Jeffries, Williain ..........,... 295 Jenkins, Elsa .,.................... 295 Jenkins, Virginia .... 23,27,30, 31,125,203,249,294 Jenney, Lloyd ..,..,....., 173,174, 175,186,227 Jensen, George ...... 46,183,243 Jepsen, Torn .......... 46,264,302 Jergens. E. K. .... .,,........... 1 13 Jett, John ........ 46,218,219,29S Jewett, David ......,. 46,133,296 Jewett, Eleanor ................ 241 Jimenez, Radolf .......,........ 46 Joanou, George ....... ......,.... 1 87 Johansson, Nils ........ 173,175. 184,186,227 Johnsen, E. R ..... .... 4 6,166,169 Johnsen, Thomas ..,........... 46 Johnson. Anne ........ 31,95,118, 122,123,194.195,197, 200,202,225,249 Johnson, Eleanor .... ,...17,303 Johnson, Caroline ...... . ..... 232 Johnson, Ethelyn ...... 252,307 Johnson, Frank .,....,,........ 293 Johnson Fred H.. ............. 211 Johnson: Fred s...153,157,211 Johnson, Harold ........ 132,307 Johnson, Julianne ..,......... 61 Johnson, Larry .............1.... 113 Johnson, Leo .,i.,......... 113.166, 167,169,170,184,191 Johnson, Lois .... .... ...... . ..... 2 8 0 Johnson, Marjorie ..,. 292,308 Johnson, Marvin .... 21,23,35, 36,46,209.255,302 Johnson, Mary . ......... 46,138.79 Johnson, Norman .,.... 46-,169, 177,178,214,234 Johnson, Phillip ....,........... 46 Johnson, Rose ...........,,,...... 266 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson. Johnson Roger .... 170,173,175 Roger Hise 162,170 Ruth ....,... 27,532,228 Thomas , ........,.... 298 Johnston, Charles .,.... 23,235 Johnston, Francine .... 292,295 Johnston, James ...,..... ..... 1 66 Johnston, Kathryn ...... 27.33, 180,236 Kelley, Victor H .............-.-. Kellis, Roy ........,... .............. 2 9 Kellner, Peggy ......1..... 140,291 Kelly, Edith ........,............... 125 Kelly, Francis ............ 173,174 Kelly, Joe .................... 0152.153 Kelly, John ...... 152,156,15s.15s1 Kelly, Roy ,......,.,.... 46-.149,153. 159,254,284 Kelly, Thomas . ................,.. 243 Kelly, William ...............l .... 'Z 30 Kemmerer, Arthur .... ..... . 295 Kemmeries. Frederick ..,.46, 261,292,29S,299 Kemmeries, XVil1iam ...... 114, 171,187.191,239 Kemp, Janet .................. 27,241 Kemper. Charles .............. 283 Kendrick. Joan .....,1.........-- 237 Kengla., Barney .... 46,112,302 Kenna, LeRoy ..,.....i........... 283 Kennedy, Keith ............... .231 Kenner, Katherine .......... 266 Kenney, Suzanne .............. 228 Kenworthy, Janet ............ Kenyon, Williain .............. Kephart, Vvilliam .... ,,..46, Kei-foot. Nadean .l......,..... 306 232 Kersh, Patricia .................. 129 Kessinger, Frederick 146,304 Kestler. Roberta: ......... 46.299 Kettering, Patricia ........ 244, 245.301 Keyes, Hugh .,.................. .. 46 Kickler, Ferris ..,............... 303 Kieckhefer, Gretchen ,..... 31, 7S,S0,105.241 Kiker, Henry ........... ....... .... 2 8 S Kilcullen, William ...... 112,215 Killian, Marian . ................. 249 Killion, Arthur ii...i.. .......... 1 63 Kimberlin, Denver46,218,299 Kimberlin, Louise .,.,.. 46,300 Kimble, William ......,.,. 25,239 Kime, Joanne ....., 129,280,300 Kimmerling, Margery ...... 47 Kimmerling, Pat ........ 47.239. 292,299 King, Ed ..,............... 47,222,293 King, Edwin , ..................... 69 King, George ................ 47,214 King. Mary Ann .... 47,208,240 Kinnear, Barbara ., ,....... 1.205 Kinney, Richard .......,....,. 125 Kinnison, JoAnn .....,.....,.. 244 Kirman, John ............ 177.17S. Hermann, Robert ........ 94,255 Hernandez. Baldo Mero..289 Horner. Harlan .,,............. 113 Herrera., Reyes ..,....,........., 4-1 llorric-k, George .... 296,297,307 Ilflorrington, G. l7'...45,257,298 llersey, Howard ................ 255 Herzog, Harold ......,,.,......,. 45 l-less, James ........ 292,298,299 Ulf-ss, Louis ............ -15,292,298 l-less. Patricia ...,.,........ 25,236 Hessel, YVarren ..,............... 290 Hester, Barbara ......,... 70,233 Hcyer, Margaret .............. 129 'H'ivks. Sallv ................ 195,253 Hiester, Patricia, ...... .... 4 5,232 lligbee, Eugene .......... 179,266 Hiiririns, Donald ........,. 45,257 High, Lucille ........ 134,228,300 Ilighl. Jack ..,,. ,.,........ 45,299 Hiirlitower, Shirley ...,...,.. 129 llilflehrnnd, Leon ...... 173,263 llill, Ren .......,.,.... .........., 3 3,251 Hill Ernest .... -5,292,298,308 llill, George .................... 23,235 l-lill, John ..... ...... , . ...,..... 298,304 lilill, Mary Lou ......,... 195,220 I-llll, VVilllam ...............,. .45,298 Ilille:-xry. Sharon ........ 125,237 lliller, Marvin, .............,..,.,. 233 Hilliard, Carl ........ 45,223,293 Hillman. Thomas ,,,.........., 299 Hilton, Kent ....,...,.,........... 266 Hlmebaugh, Arthur .,., 45,298 Hines, Genevieve ...... 195,196 llines, Mary .,..... ,194,196,197, ' 198,200,202,224 limes, Stuart .......,.............. 289 Humphrey, Thomas ........ 67 Humphrey, William ..292,298 Hundley, Laree ...............,.. 266 Hunger. Suzanne ....31.92,236 Hunn, Harold ,.45,64,292,298 Hunsaker. Barry ........,..,.. 45 Hunsaker, Don .... 45,112,149, 151,152,157,177 Hunt, Sandal .......,.............. 268 Hunt, Harold ...,.... 25,218,296 Hunt, Helen ...................,.... 128 Hunt, Jane ........... .. ............. 303 liunt, Lynn ..,.... ....... 2 64 - 319 -- Johnston. Robert .......... 46.6-l Johnston, Sage ......,.,...,.,... 292 Johnstone, Hugh .... 46,299,304 Jones, Albert ................ 46,256 Jones, Aubrey .....,,,...... 46,299 Jones Elizabeth ................ 46 Jones: Eugene..86,142,143,291 Jones, Frances ....., 27,46,194, 197,200,202,224 Jones, Jack ...,..............,..,,... 64 Jones, James F .....,, ............ 2 99 Jones, James W ......,,,......., 293 Jones, John ..............,.,....... 289 184,186,239 Kisida, Louis .......,.........,.... 219 Kitchens, Ralph ................ 177 Kittell, Charles ,... ......... 2 68 Klaiss, Donald ...... .,....... 3 07 Klein, Elmer ..... ..... .......,. 3 0 8 Klenke, A. Carl ..........,....... 218 Kline, John .............. ......... 2 69 Kline, Ted ,....... .. ..... . .1.......... 214 Kline, Marilyn ........ ,...,. ...... 1 2 9 Klug, Frances ...... 129,213,295 Kneubuhl, Dougla.ss..152,239 Kneubuhl, Mike ........ 187,191 Knight. Charles ................ 231 Knight, John ................ 47,247 Mariill. Mnrgalrctlrr . ......,.. 48 Knight, Nancy ...... 47,119,241 Knight, Ralph ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, H289 -Knight, Robert ....,..... 153,159 Knipe, Jane ,,,,,,,,,., 4 ,,,, 288 239 STUDENT INDEX-CContinuecD Lenhardt, Roger ..,..... .... .... 2 5 4 Lennon, Bernard ...,.......,., 242 Kozar Dolores McLeod, John .,...., Mathews, Ned ..,.....,. Knoles, Marshall . ..... 130132, 191,254 Knotts. Donald .......... 125,239 Km1npenl1e1'se1'. Rielim-f1 131 Koenig, Paul ,,,,,, 4556,--47,274' - .,,292,29r Kohl, William ...,.... 47,292,292 K0hIQr. Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, U 47 Kolessmi Jose r '. . ph .............. Komarek, Howard .....A.... 242 298 Koneclty, Ronny .,,,,,, U .........262 KODf, Charles ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 7,2941 Kopel, Ed .,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, A ,,,,,,, 2 63 KODHH. Myra ........,. . 27 268 1i0I'l1llll.11'D, David ...flliezjsosa Kl'am6l', Hugh'-1 Iirau s, John .,,,,,, 219 ..........309 IXITLUSG. Paul .,,,,,,1,,,, ,,,, 2 10 Krauss, LeRoy ........... I4-7,292 Kravis. Samuel . ....,.,,.,. 47 299 Krevat, Arnold ..........., 31,262 KFOGI1. Stanley ..,... Kronenberg, Don Igrmpotich, John Igrueger, Robert Ixrug, Jolm .,,,,,,,,, G .. ,.,., ..... . as ala .... 19,143 , ....... 186,235 293 Krumlauf, Harry''::f:f:f:f:2ll8 298 Kuck, David ........ Kulinovich, .AI'I'3. "fffffffffffff24s Iiulinovich, John . .....,.,.,, H256 kulinovich, Maxine 80 ,92, , 193,194,198 201 Itllllde, Dutch ,,,,,, ,,,,-,-- 2 4,239 Igunes, Kenneth .,.,,1,,,,, ,,,, f 163 Ixllrn. Barbara ,,,,,,,,,,,, 203 309 KUPZ, John ,,,,,,,,. v-.'-.---N- h Kyle. Chester , ,,,,,,,, vm-177 178 Kyle. David .... ........ 4 11133256 L llense, Mary ....,..,.............. 308 Lent, 1-iarbara .......,.,,. 1.25,2Alfl Lent, Ginny ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 125,243 Leon, Abraham ...,.,.... Leon. Alfred ........,...,.... 274 275 ,......133 Leonard, Charles ...... 163,25-I Leonard, Donna, ,,,,,,,,, 1 ,,,,,, 129 Leonard, 'l-leinan ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 299 LePine, Charles ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 7 17 Lepore, Ernest ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 165 LePrad, T ,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , , 66 Lerun, Gilbert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 47 Lesher, C. Z ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 17,1x1, Lester, Mary Esther ..., 47, LeSueur, Richard .,..,.,,,,,, Letson, M. James ...,.,.. 1 ..... Levine, Mildred ,... 129,l31, 289 220 255 242 263 Levine, Nancy ,,,,,,,,,,,, 122,300 Levy, Seymour ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 258 Lewellyn, Jack .,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,292 LewiS. AVron..112,134,185.191 Lewis, Carolyn .,......,,,.....,. 303 Lewis, Christine . ............... 224 Lewis, Delbert ,,,,,,,,,,,, 251 252 Lewis, Ed ..........,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 187 Lewis, Joseph ,............. 47 215 Lewis, Martha .......,..., 143 291 Lewis , Mary. .....,.,...,.,,,.,, 142 Lewis, Nanci ............,, 147 232 Lewis, Patricia .... 47,236 237 Lewis, Robert .....,,.,...,...,,,, 260 Lewis, Roger .,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,l 130 Lewis, Russell ....,.,.,......,..,. 297 Lewis, Telford .. 114 Lichtenstein, JoAnn ..,..... 216 Liebel, Patricia ,... 194,195,253 Lieben, Georgia ...........,,,,, 253 Light, Audrey .,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 232 Lilyeblade, Theodore ...,.. 301 Lindamood, Sam ,,,,, ,,,, A ,,134. . 180,181,239 Lindberg, Marie ....... .47 Lindenau, Gretchen 12291 Lindsay, 220 308 Madrid, Sl1san..33,129,174,280 Madsen, James .............,.... 251 Mae, jX1fI'Pl'l ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 20 I, Major, Joseph ...... 187,100,292 M'akm'nSon, Leland ...... 48,289 Makler, Howard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 289 Malcolm, William ,,,,,,,,,,,, 202 Mallis, Albert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 259 Maloney, James ,,,, 48,256,307 Mansur, David .................. 105 March, Marcia Mae ..,... 65,229 Marenda, Dale .,.,,,,,,,,, 209,283 Mariscal, Raul ....,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 268 Markland, Ben ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 290 Marohn, John .........,,..,.,,,,, 242 Marquart, Dorothy .... 288,289 Marquez, Alfred ..,,......,,,,,, 289 Marroney, Peter ..,......,,,,,,, 140 Mel'-lfenry, James ........ 49,112, 292,299 Mculunkin, .Jimmy ........ 33,222 lVll'lf2llf', .lzinn-s .....,.....,....., 16 Mt-Kay, Thornas ,,,., . ....... 242 Mc-Kenna, Donald ....,,...... 186 McKesson, Nunn-y , .......' l9,224 McKhann, George ...... 210.299 McKinney, Dan ...... ..23,49,60, 105,238,302 McKinney, Frances . ......... 31, McKinney JoAnn 220,293 244 McKinney: Vllin. ..2iiE','255iQ2:1fJ McKinnon, Don ................ 251 McLaui.rli1in, Philip .,.,..,... 22 lvlcLaughlin, Sam ........ 49,210 McLean, Ronald ..............,. 210 49 Marsala, Anthony ,.,,,,.,,,,, 143 Marsh, Anne ......,..,.,.,.... 48,220 Marsh, Donald B. .............. 299 Marsh, Donald C .,.,,.... 288,299 Marsh. James .............. 257,299 Marsh, Paul ,....,.,,..,........,,,, 133 Marsh, Sheila ...,.....,,.,,,..... 236- Marslmli, Beatrice .......... 303 Marshall, .Tim ............ ,.,,,,,. 1 86 Marshall, VVendy ..., 27,118,240 Marshick, Allan ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 114 Martel, Luke ..,.,,.,,,,,,,,i,,,,,, 48 Martin. Alice ....,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 225 Martin, Barbara, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 233 Martin, Clmrles .... 112,118,214 Martin, Douglas ........ 122,126 Martin, Martin James . .....,....... . ,.,,, 222 , James ...,.,,....,.. 71,293 McMahon, Irwin .......... 49,251 McMains, I-leadly .............. 308 McManus, Paul .................. 308 McMillan. Patricia .....,...... 276 McNabb, Fred .................,.. 49 Kathleen ,,,. 33,125. 1.28.2-18,294,308 Margery. ..,.. 107,241 McNulty, James ,... 25,177,234 Mc'Phaul, Rex ....,..... 23,1l9,242i Mt-Pherson, Douglas ....,... 214 McPherson, Jas. ..183,185,21-l McPherson, John ..........,.,. 133 McQuade, Barbara .......... 232 Mg-Rae, Donna .........,...,.... 200 Mc-Rae, Lynette .......... 200,266 McNabb, McNabb, Dorothy ........ 23,2G, , 84,129 Lindsay, Margaret .... 202,220 Lindsay, Venice .,.,..,... 27,267 Lindsay, Mrs. Venice M. 19 Lindsey, Clyde ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 159 Lindstrom, Carolyn ,,,,,,,,,, 303 Lingafelter, Duane .......... 69 Lingafelter, John 169,209,261 Link. Jane ..,...,....,,, 47,232,303 Little, John ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A ,,,, 47 Lively, Betty Jo, ......,,,,,,,,, ,, 47 Lively, Harold ,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,, 47 Lloyd. Elizabeth ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A, 259 Lobdell, Edward ,,,,,,,,--,,,- 255 Loef, Paul ..........,... 4S,149,152, 159,184,251 284 Martin, .Tohn ,,..,., ,,,,,,,, 4 8,301 Martin, Marsfie ..,...,,,,,,,,,,,, 237 Martin, Stanley ....,........... 48 Martin, Tom ,.,..,....,..,.,....,, 60 Martinez, Humber-to..268,297 Martinez, Ralph ,....,,.,....,.. 48 lVfartlinef, John ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 114 Marvick. George ...........,,... 48 Masek, George . ................. 105 160,184 Matanovieh, Mimi ....,. 48,245 Masterson. Geo. .... 152 Mates, Richard ........ Matheson, Mac ..... ..........242 48 Mathiesen. David ..,...,,.,,.,. 'lVf8.t1l'7f"k, S'hi lvlatock. Roh Matsumoto. .......150 23 rley ..... ..,........ 1 29 nrt ......,. i .....,,,,, 1 63 Takeshi ....,.,, 298 Matteson, Ricliard ..., ,.... , 1186 Mattson. Paul ............ 133,265 Matz, .Norma ,,.... ........ 2 Mauld ln, Frank .................. 228 Loftfield. Patricia . ............253 Loftus. George ..........,,,. 48,293 Lohr, Donald ...........,...... ,,,, 1 14 Lombardo. Charles ......,... 133 Londagin, Herman .......... 223 Maxson. Dale ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 3 1 Maxwell, Morgan ....., 134,385 May. Dorothy ........ 48,296,300 May, John ...,.....,.............,..,. 257 McAllister, Gaynell .... 203,308 McBride, Mary ............ 195,196 McCaig, Robert .........,.. 48,242 McCall, William ........ 264,302 49,130 Netupsky, Morton . ....,,..... 114 299 Ladd, Peggv ,,,,, 4 oo, LaDomus, Geoffrey .,,,, L?-dY, Patricia ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,.,--' 2 36 Lage. Robert .,.,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , 47 Lallr. Herbert ....,.,,, ,,,,, 4 ing 113-ll'C-l, Clyde ,,-,'-.. ' .-Av---.P.A,- .1293 Laird. Mariana, ,,,,,,,, , ,.---- 243 Laird, Williaiii .......... 113,'114, 189 2 Lake, Kenneth ...,.......... 47,292 L3-l11ELl', I3Zl1'b211'2L ,-,----- .,4-.A- 307 LZ1YI'l2Ll', 'Hedger ,,,-,-.-' .264 302 L8-mb, Basil , ,,,,,, Y,--. .,-.--'- ' 2 99 Lamb. Lawrence ....,,,,, 1:2308 Lemnali, M, J ,,,,,,,,,,,- -.,,..--- 3 04 Lance. Drew ..,,..........,. 214 307 Lane. Donna, .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , .--- f 229 Lansaser, Vernon .... .... .... 1 5 3 Lfmgdon, Jane ........ ....... 2 36 Langdon, Joseph ,..,,,,,,, ,,,, 2 .15 Lfmgell. Herbert ,,,,,,,,,,,- N296 Langley, Mary Louise ...... 244 L8'HS6l', Junevgr ,,,,, A ,-,-.A A v.-,- 245 Laos, Fritz ,,,,,,,,A,A-,-. A.--- 4 7,293 LELOS, Paul , ,A,,,,,,,,,,, ,A,A,,AA., H .247 Lapresti, Frank ,,,,,,,A,,-... N299 Large, Robert .................... 226 Larviva, Francies ,,,A,,,,,AA ,179 Larsh, Florence .... 197,200,225 Larson, Barbara...119,130,240 Larson, Bruce166,167.170,254 47 Larson, Soma .... ...., ,..,, .,.,., Long, Frances ............., 48,221 Long. Jacqueline ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 228 Loome, Raymond .,48,298,299 Loper, Donn ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,AA,A , 48 Lopez. Barbara ...,,.,.,. ,,,,,,,, 2 90 Lopez, Carl ...... 48,173,174,184 Lopez, Dora , ...................,... 134 Lorance, Joe ....,...,....... 264,30-2 Lotzenhiser, Geo...65,139,297 Loughridge, Ruth .,..,...,,,, 232 Louis, Michael ....,......,.,,.,... 114 Lourie, Ann ....,..,,., ,,,,,,, 2 44 Love. Ernest . ......,.,.........,,, 48 McCament, Paul ......,,.....,.. McVerry, John ,.... ........,. 4 9 Mead, Albert ..,... ...... 299 Mead, Patrimfia ..,.............., 220 Meadnr, Newton ...... ..,......, 2 3-l lvlednrt, James .................. 147 llledley, David ............ 215,309 Mednicli, Diane .......... 268.309 Meehan, Keith , ...,.. ..,130.177. 179,185 Meennn, Sidney .,.,......,..... 307 Meier, Robert ...,........,... 49,23n Meindl, Edwin ...... 49,219,301 Melanson, John ..,....... 183.250 ixfieiif-lf, Martha ,........ .....---- 2 39 Mendenhall, Ann .,....,....... 23-i Mendes, W'illiam ........ 256,298 - 293 Mendez, Joe ...,,..,.......... 49. Mgiistrll, ElB8.I'lOl' ...----------4-- N191-Qiczr, Alfred ......,,..., 9-l. 290 131 Merriam, Susan .... 49.201-240 Merrill, Mary Ann .... Merriman, Jessie ........... E.. 61 Mertz, Joseph ...... 281,29.!.299 Mast-li, John ..........., - ,--- ..-.-.- 2 93 Metz, Robert ........, .. ...... 175 Mey, Frederick .,..,. ....,..., 2 97 Meyer, And rel' . ........ .........20S Meyer. Edward . .......... 299 2li5i"751h Meyer, Mabel ..,......,- ,-1 Meyer, Suzanne .....,, ...l-l2. - 292 Meyers, Ted .. ......Y..A-w--.- 19, Miehnlsky, Xenia .......... 293 Michelson. Arve ...,.. 246 MeCaughey, YVilliam ,,.... 295 McCauley, J. Bruce .,,.,,.... 163 McCarter. Eugene . ,.......... 163 McClain, Keith ....,. 48,112,215 McClear, Ronnie ..........,..... 95 McC1eneghan, Ann ,.,.. ..... 3 06 McCleneghan, Thomas .... 306 McClure, Don ,,... .,,.,,,,, 2 14,215 McCloskey, Alice ....,. 174,253 MCCo1Sky, Charles ,,.,..,,,,,, 60 255,292 Moran, Dan ........... .......-. 1 33 Moreno. Frank . ...,............. 49 ,lVlorg.:':ui, Kenneth .............. 185 Morgitn, Norman ..,........... 268 Morgqan, Thomas ........ 114,230 Mori, Foster ,.1,.. ......,..... 4 9,289 Moring, Carleton .... 49,235,289 Morris, Gene ..,..,., ........ ...... 2 9 9 Morris, James ...,.. 114,186,239 Morris, Margene ...... 123,20S, 225,291 Morrison, Daphne . i...,...... 18 Morrison, Fred ............. .49,292 Morrison, George 149,185,257 Morrison, John ...1.,............ 49 ll'loi-rison, Robert .... 49.60.149 151,152,160,251 Morrissey, Thomas .... 175, 211 Morse, George .................... 288 Morse, Marjorie ................ 237 Morton, Jean , .....,............. 1130 Morton, Thomas .......... 49,298 Moss, Thomas ......,,..,... 49,247 Mounre. Vernon ..104,1.05,108 Mountjoy. Dick .,,. 49,256,301 Mueller, Jerry ..........,... z ..,... 298 Muenzberg, Joan .... ,...,..... 2 36 ll'lulc-ally, Margaret .,.. 253.003 Mulkey, Phillip .....,,.,....1 49,60 Mulkins, Betty ..............,,.. 131 Mullen, Alfred .........,,........, 50 Mulleneaux, Carl .,.. ...,150,15'l Mullins, Roger 50,152,214,299 9- Mulrein. Joseph ...... 50,238,239 Multer, Lawrence .,..,,...... 258 Murphy, Dale 149,l53,160,234 Murphy, Robert ....,...1..,.... 173 Murray, David ,........... 1 ..,,. 2221 Murray, Donald .......... 1, ..,. 2:15 Murray. Edward ................ 309 Murray, Jael: ....,........, 142,291 Murray, John .....,.........i...... 214 Murray, Nancy .......i...1...... 241 Murray, Robt...94,173.174.184 Mutawalli, Adib ................ 50 M uzzarelli, Mary . ..,..,....,., 240 Myers, George ....,............... 263 Myers, Harold ,, .......... 186,234 Myers, Louis ........ . ............. 297 Myers, Vernon ,................. 210 Myriclc, Clifford .... 173,175,186 N Nady. .Tune ,....... .... 1 9a,229.292 Nagel, Virginia ........ ,.,. 5 0,253 Nance, Robert . ,,,,.,....1...,... . 50 Natouuk, Anne ..... ..... ........ 1 9 5 NGEt1llRll1,XVl11 ...,, 141,142, Neely. Evelyn Ann ,...., 50, 143 236 Neff, Mary Ann ,,.... 88,203,240 Negri, Thomas ..............,... 163 Neilson, Norma .............,.., Nelms, William .... ..,... Nelson, Dean ,,........ ....,.... 5 0 Nelson, Donald ..,..,..,. 250,214 Nelson, Glenn ,.... ......,........ 3 06 Nelson, Harold ..........1....... 299 Nelson, Harvey ,....... .,50,218, 292,298,299 Nelson, James .................... 50 Nelson, Joan ,.,.,...,.,... ..201,232 Nelson, Keith , .......,...,....... 267 Nelson, Robert ...... . .,...... 294 Nelson, Roy .... ........ ......... 2 6 4 Nelson, Stanley ..... ......,.. 2 15 Nesbitt, Joseph ...... ,.,, ....,.. . 3 02 Miller, Duane ,.,. .......,.. 1 05.1540 Miller. Edward ......,.1......... 163 Miller, John .....,...... ......... 2 19 Miller, Judith , ..............,.,.... 208 Miller, Marg'uerite ............ 308 Miller, Nancy ............ ,..- . -131 Miller, Nell ..,...............,..--. -. 49 Miller, Raymond ....,......... 292 Miller, Robert ...,....,..,....,... 238 Loveless. William , ..,.,,.,.,, McCormick Fay..195.253,29Z Milligan, Bette ...... 195,253,307 Layn, Samuel ...,..,,,,.,,,,, 1, 292 Mctlrum, Arlene ...........,.... 70 Luscher, Joan .......... ....,..2-l5 122 Lashua, Manely ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 47 Latourrette, Corinne ...... 131 Laubseher, John ,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 302 Lawrence, Don ...........,,.,.,. 227 Lawson, Georgia .............. 308 Lawson. Myrtle .,.....,,.,,,,,, 47 Lawson, Pat: ....,.,,,.,. 32,33,11S, 244,290,291 Lawson, Thomas ..... 227,298 Lawrence, James ..,.........., 47 Lawyer, Jerome ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 231 LaZarr, Bonnie ...,... ,,.125,245 Lazarus, Frank .... 118,183,258 Lea, Nancy ., .,..,,...,.,.,.,., 28,237 Leader, Charlotte ...,....,,., 131 ' 131 Leader, Jun .........,,,,, ,,,,,,, Lovett, Vernon ......33.226,227 Lowery, A. Lee .... ,..... 1 7,18,88 McCormick, James Byron 12,86,S7,95,153 Jonathan .... 48, 104,209, 250,302 McCormick, Lowery, Clyde ........,,...,.,.,., 48 Lowry, Halden .......,.....,.... 254 Lowry, John ..,..,..,.,,,,,.,,,,., 163 Lucas, Jack ..,. 166,226,227,298 Lucas, Keith .,......,.,,.,......,, 166 Luden, Marguerite . ..,.. 48,308 Ludwig, Norbert ......., 114,133 Luna, Michael ..................,, 61 Lusby, Emory .... 35,48,234. 235 McCormick, Vera ...... 292,295 McCormick, William .... 48,302 McCoy, Jacqueline ...... 48,220 McCracken, Molly ,..,.,.,..., 248 McCreery, Lew . .,.....,. 152,154 160,226 MOCroskey. Clyde ...,........ 48 McCue, Robert .............. 48 ,226 Leahy, Ann ,.,,,. .,..,,, ,,,,,,, 2 4 0 Lebeaux, Charles ,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 288 Lebovitz, Bernard ,,,,,,,, ,,,, 3 29 7 Luse, William ..,.....,... Lutich, Bill ...............,. fi'6is" 168 Luz, Babette..288,289,292,295 Lyall, Lois ..................,. 203,249 Lyddon, Phillip ...,..,.,.,....... 256 Lyerly, Peggy ,..,....,,.... 75,236 Maca, Paul ,........,.. 294 Lebseh, George ,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ledbetter. Harvey .,,......,,, 295 Ledbetter, Richard .... 163,171 Lee, Frank .......................... 293 Lee, John ...................,.. 105,264 Lee, Matthew ...... .......... 2 98 Lee, Patricia ..... .,..... 2 O3 Lee, Richard ,,,.,... .,..... 1 14 Lee, NVilliam ...................... 47 Leenhouts, James ..........,, 234 Leenhouts, Thomas ....,... 234 Lefebvre, XV. C ................... 234 LeFever, Alvin .............,.... 293 Letlan James gi ' ----------.------- Legters, George ...,..... 47,261 Leininger, Barbara . ....,..., 240 Leman, Alice .....,......,,., 31,248 Lehhlie, James ..... 47,299,304 Lemnah, Merrill .....,. ,47,298, 299,304 Lemons, VanBuren .......... 47 Lyerly, Nina .......,. ....,...., 2 20 Lyman, Rufus .... ,... 15 Lynch, VVarren .,... ,.,.... 4 8 Lynn, VVilliam ,...........,..,.... 111 Lyons, Jane ................ 288,289 Lyons, John .........,.............. 15 Lyons, Mrs. Mary . ..,.,...... 48 Lyons, Ted ............,... ....,.. 2 64 M ..,.,.....218 MacCaa, Robert .......... 48,179 Macey, Bruce ....,. 105 Macey, VVilliam ..........,....... 48 Macias, Edward . ,,.,... 299,304 MacKal1or, DeVVitt ..,..,.... 298 MacKinnon, Donald ........ 152, 160.184 MacCready, Ha.ze1 .... 17,21,84 McDermott, Xvilliam ..... 1.163 McDonald, Billie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 121 McDonald, Herbert .........1 302 McDonald, J. B ...,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,, 48 McDonald, Larry .,..,. 267,297 McDowell, Earl ...,....,.., 67,288 McDowell, WVilliarn .......... McDuff, Jack ...... 177,179,184, 255,204,29S,299,304 McElroy, Donna .,..,..,..,,,,.. 249 McFarland, James .... 265,302 McFarland, Jewell 48,245,296 McFarland, J. R.35.36,48,300 McFarland, Nancy65,142,229 McGee, James ....,... 49,292,299 McGee, John ........,.,,.... 267,296 McGhee, James .......... 153,162 McDuff, Eva .,,.......,.,,,,,,.... McGill, Walter ..,............... 275 McG1othlin, Winford ...,.. 49 McGrael, John ........,..... 68.219 McGregor, George ...,..1..... 163 McGuire, Alice ............ 252,308 McGuire, Pat ........ 143,269,303 - 320 -- Mills, Catherine ,........,,.... .252 lNlillS, 'Dorothy ......., 49,195,197 Mills, Elizabeth ....31,203,2fl9 Mills, John .........,,......---.---,- 233 Minoru, Fanita ,.,. ........,..... 2 92 Mlrandon, Charles ....,....,.. 67 Misner, Robert ......,..1.... 49,219 Mitchell, Anis .....,. ....1..... 2 15 Mitchell, Tlernice ......,....... 49 Mitchell, Xv'llll1'Lll'l .........,.... 297 Mitokawa, Hiroko.,1l9,l52,100 Moeur, Jeanne ...,....--.------- 243 Moenr, Kelly .ii......,,-----..-,-- 239 Mol'l'ett. 'liariene ...... ....25.207 Mohr, iml1NVZll'l'1 ...,................ 10.3 Mohr, John ..,.... .. - 299 ........19, Newberry, Frank .............. 250 Newberry, lvlarthalyn ,.... . 27 Newberry, Ross , ........,...... 200 Newell, Paul . ....,. , ............., 288 .Newlln, Philip ........ Newman, Doris . .... 261 Newton. Michael ...,.......... Nicely, Ronald ............ 114,175 Nichols, 'Barbara .........,.... 50 Nicholson, 1-Ielen ....... 289,295 Nickelson, Lawrence ...... 299 Nickerson, James .....,........ 299 ,299 Moles, Xvilliam .............. 49 Money, Julia ..... ............. 1 19,130 1910711612 John ......,, 182,135,215 Monier, Paul .............,........ 214 Monier. Philip .................... 185 Montgomery, Henry ..,..... 288 Moody, llezln ..,....... -193351293 Moody, Franlc .................... 207 Mooney. James ......,....,...... 21-l Moore, Bertha .... .......... - 19.300 Moore. Carol ........,,,.. V .19-l,197, 200,202,224,225 Moore, Dianne . .................,. 12h Moore, Evelyn ......... ....1 .... . . 224 Moore. Helen ,,.,, .,... 1 19,128,225 Moore, Lewis ...... ......,.....,... 2 34 Moore, Margaret ......,...,... 237 Moore, Mary Ellen ............ 248 Moore, R. J ...,.......,,.,............ 298 Nietert, Floyd ..,..,...,..,....... 218 Niewold, Donald .............,.. 242 Niles, l-Iarold ........ 50,247,298 Nitchie, Noel ..............,...,.,. 236 Nitti, Luke .......................,,. 61 Nohlechelc, Edward .......... 134 Nolan, Matthew . ..1...... 64,269 Nordwlck, Harry ,....... 50,296 Norick, W. B. .................... 299 Norman, 'Dalton ..,............. 264 Norris. James ...........,.,..,... 50 Norris, Laura .......... 50,62,245 Norris, Scott ..153,160,1S4,230 North, David ...................... 235 North, Harry ........ 50,133,230 North, Marian .............. 50,221 Norton, Jolm .........,..,..,.. 48.50, 104,105,255 Nowell, Ric-hard ,.,....... 50.226 Nugent, Anna .... ............ 308 Nugent, Robert . .......,,,, 14,86, 114,288,289 Nunez, John .... 1.08,134,269,202 Nuttini-r, Lois .. ,...... . 27,50,213 Morales, Tony ...... 49,166,ltlS. 173,17fl,175,227 Nye, Arthur .................. 50,298 0 Oates, Robert ....... ...... 2 81 Oatis, William ....... ...... 2 14 ,200 O'Banlon, Allan ............ 50 0'1irien, Robert ...,...,.. 114,133 ' ' 260 O"l2riei Wcallaglmn, Rol Ocker, - Doris , ............,......... . OL-on, Salvador , 1, Fun ,,,,,,,,,... . ...,.,,,, 2 , vert A ....... 50 228 l. ....,... ...,.. . 50 0'COlll1lYll, lJi:l.n:,i, .............. 195 O'Dell, Donna ...... 195,108,206 Qedekoven, Charles .......... 50 Officer. .itunes ..,......,..., 50,280 Ojueda, Marian A...... 33,119 229 O'Keel'e, John ......,. 50,251,301 O'Keefe, Patsy ,.,.. ...,. 1 25,244 Oldenburger, Xvilliam .... 257 Oldfather. Miles ...,...... 60,227 Olin, Ida ....,.....,...,............,.. 6:3 Oliver, Gerald .,... . ....l..,, ,..., 2 99 Oliver. James .........,..,,., 50,279 Ollason, Larry .,.........,.. 50,246 Ollason, Robert ...... ,..... , ..l77 Olnistead, Ray ...... ......,.. 2 50 Olsen, ,Dick . ..-...... ...... 5 0 Olson, .Dean ..,.......,. ......... 2 42 Olson, Kenneth . .,,.. ......... I 106 Olson, Patricia . ................. 249 Olson, Richard ..,.... ,... ....... 5 0 Olson, Robert ....,,..,..... 187,309 Olson, XVunda ,......, 78,130,2l!: Oman, Louise 19Al,203,2'l8,2'l9 O'Meura, David ..............., 235 Ong, Joseph ..... .................,. Z 107 O'Rielly, 'Pat.rivia165,201 O'Riel1y, Biuuly .................. 250 ,240 Orr, 'Nannelte ...............,.... 204 Orris, Margaret ..,.......,.,,.. 50 Orth. Paul .,.....,.................... 309 Usborne. Iilomer .........,...... 186 Ostle, James ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 293,297 Otis, Glendoru .............. 50,233 Ott, Charles ,.,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 183 Ouellette, Xvilllam ....,,,,,,,, 133 Over, Frank ,,....., ..,..... 1 34,309 Over. NVilliam .............,..,... 25-l Owen, Frances ........ Owen, Robert T, ...,.,,.......... Robt..lJitchl'ielc1 .... 298 Owens, George .............. 50 Owen, 50 50 ,260 0 Owens, Sherwood .,.... 175,23 Oxnnm, Dick .........,,,,. 239,fl02 Oyama, Henry .....,...... 112,205 P Pacheco. Arthur .... 33,254,302 Parylieco, Wilhehninn 117,241 Padilla, Joe .... ...... . ....... 1 33,308 Padilla, lvlnrjoric .....,.. 252,290 Palms, Anthony .,.,........ 50,301 Palmer, Alan .............. 113,21-1 Palmer, lflurl .,........,......,,.. .293 Palmer, Ed .......................... 269 Palmer, Joan , .......... , .......... 269 Palmer, Paul ........ 153.160,173. 171l,186,226,267 Palmer, Preston ......,....,.... 50 Palser, Jariclg ....,.......,.. ....... 2 53 Pam-razi, Ernest STUDENT INDEX-fConti'nueflQ Perry, Lawrence ........ 51, l'r-ssos, Alex , ......... Pussirilo, 1-larold ..,.. ...263 264, 'I77 108, 302 26" ,.. .1 ,309 Putvhenick, Sylvia . ....,....,. 309 Peters, Pntri0in.,...220,20,l 303 A Y I Peterson, C. C .... .202 Peterson, l'Cl.Cl'S0l1, Peterson, l"hilip ...,.,.,., I lowarcl ..... Lloyd ...,...... ,zssfzsm I' 201,254 218 25-1 'l'el.erson, Nfi'Ll'gil.I'Cl. .... 51,233 Peterson, Theodore .,...,.... 51 l'el.rie, .lorry ...................... 288 l'el.tijolm, Charles .......,.... 51 Pettit, Preble ..,....,.............. 288 Pettit, Richard .................. 211 Plit-lan, Pelgrovicli, Don ............,..... 163 Peyton, NVilliam .......,,. 05,210 Bernard ...... 35,36,51. 308 l30,131,133,206. Phillips, Donald ..., 19,126,304 Phillips. Elmer .................. 51 If'hillips, 1Valtel' .......,........ 289 l'hinizy, R. B ....... 202,208,299 Pickrell, Charles ................ 17 1Piercc, ,Kyle ....l...........,....... 207 Pierre, Raymond .......... ....293 l5'ieLrowski, Alan .... ,. ..,..... 114 I"llg'rlm, Mary .....,,..... 104,105 298 Pill. XYilham ..,......., . ......,,.. Pinklmm, 'Diane ...,...,,. 88,230 l'istor, Michael ...,...... 277 Piteliard, Stella .,,......,...... Pitt, Donald , .,.........,..... 33,209 l'lul'kcr. Lloyd ................. ,294 51 ...262 1 1 15111111 , 11U.W'I'Ql1 UC 258 21 ,309 Pamyns, Tianna Parfet, lilurnhmn ....,.,..,.. ., 42 Ready, Robert ..............,...,. 189 Real-I. Donald ................ 52,292 Recknrl., 'Donald .... 71,246,203 Rector, Ben .....................,.. 268 Redan-re, E. Anne ....,,........ 213 Redfield, John ...... 114,123,231 Redman, Norma Jean ...... 224 Reed, Jeannette ..............., 195 Reed W illard 277 Reed, Richarfl..52,112,306,307 5 ' Rees, Janet .... 05, 95, 9 ,203 Rees, Paul ...............,,,.. 214,303 Refnes, Janice ..,.........., 96,237 Regan, Ezra .,,............,.. 33,258 Regester, Charles ......... ...130 Reich, Paul ..... ..... 2 67,274,283 Reidy, Daniel ..... . ........ 269,308 Reidy, James ...............,...... 133 Reif, Fred ,..,.. ...............,,..... 5 2 Reigle, Janie lMrs.J .... 52,296 Reigle, Ronald ........,........... 52 Reimann. lvlary Anne. ..... 300 Reineman, Al . ..l......,,., 246,247 Reinhard, John .,.,.............. 293 Reinhart, Anne .... 269,292,307 Remy, Virginia . ..... 31,119,240 Renwick, George ........ 152,299 Rex, George ....,.....,,.... 254,309 Rex, Victor .....,.,,.....,,...,...... 210 Reynolds, Alfred..166,168,184 Reynolds, Jane ,..... .... 1 99,249 Reynolds, Joann .......,..,...., 233 Reynolds, Phyllis ...... 125,232 Reynolds, Richard ...... 52,254 Reynolds, Robert 152,230,298 Rhodes, Lynn ...... , ..,,.,. 246,293 Rhodes, Richard ................ 238 Rice, ivan ........,....., ....... 5 2,299 Rice, lvlargaret. .,... 52,248,249 29-1,297,300,301 Rich, Gloria ........................ 232 Richa rd, Dan .....,...,,... ,.52,299 Ric-herds, David . .........,..... 163 Richardson, Harold .. ....,...57, 251,263 Richardson, Jas...293,297,30S Richardson, Royce .......... 52 Richerson, Hal .... 52,134,149, 152,160,184,Z97,Zi06,309 Richerson, Judith ....,. 253,309 Richey, XVilliam ................ 52 Richmond, Elizabeth ..,. 2O,21, 22,35,36,52,l94,236,237 Rickard, Mary Lou ..........,. 52 Ricker, Mary ,.,,,..,..,.. A ........ 52 Rirksen, Boblyn ..,...,......... 253 Rider, Charles .,..., .,...., ...,... 2 S I9 Ridgeway, Alice ........ 134,252, 253,300 Ries, Carol ..,.....,.,, .......... 2 05 Ries, Katherine ..,... ....... 2 90 Riese, David ...,...... ....... 2 14 Riggs, James ..... .....,.... 3 01 Riggs, Robert ...i........., 266,303 Rinear, Marion ....,....... 52,240 Ring, Wilbert ,,.,.. .......,....., 1 63 Risher, Robbins .... 31,173,174 Risso, 1- .......... A ................. 289 Risso, Maxine .......,.... 296,300 Rittenhouse. Preston ...... 183 Ross, Phil ................. ....... 1 77 Ross, Samuel ........,.....,,... ...242 lioszko, Robert. .......... . .,..... 308 Rothschild, Lowell ....., 25,36, 209,258,289 Rotty, Dirck ................ Rounds, Elbert ..... ,.,, .,....... 1 .3 Rowland, Harlan .............. 2 Roylston, Richard . .,,........ 288 288 Roylston, Robert .............. Royden, Thomas ....,......... 238 Rubel, Jane .......,., . ..,.,., 147,249 Rubenstein, Rudolph ...... 52 Rudenshiold, Harry ........ 52 Rudolph, John .,,.............,... 182 Rudolph, Royal ........,... 68,235 Ruiz, Joe ...................... 274,281 Rumic, Rose M .,... 105,130,213 Rumizen, Art ...................... 263 Rundle, Graham .......... 52,301 Rundle, Orville .................. 309 Rundle, Rowland ...i.......... 52 Russell, Bobbie .... 65,142,269 Russell, Dan ..... . .l........ 152,161 Russell, James ..,............... 299 Russell, Phoebe ......... . ...... 204 Russell, Richard .............,.. 299 Rutherford, Norma .... 120,213 Rutermau, Ernie Ryan, Charles .....,..227 Ryan, Maurice ...,.. 52,264,302 Ryan, Patricia ............ . ..... 232 Rykken, Dick ...........,.. 210,307 S Saenz, Manuel .......,. , ...,... 114 Sakow, Sylvia .................,.. 253 301 Shlvatierra, Louis ..52, Sammarcelli, Bert ....,....... 52 Sammarco, Joseph ............ 296 Sammons, Daniel .............. Sampson, Edward ......31, Samuels, Albert .,......,....... 309 Samuelson, Gene ........,,.... 307 63 171 173 Sancet, Frank150,1 1 1 Sanchez, Leon .............,,..,.. 242 Sand, Robert ....,............. 53,260 Sanders, Ben .T ...............,.,. 203 Sanders, Marilyn ...,.......... 248 Sands, Lila ...,.,............ 288,289 53 Sandy, Bonnie ..,................, 187 Sanford, Donald .,..... .l.. ..... Sanford, LaWrenee53,202,299 Sarbey, Martha ..........,...,,.. GS Sargent, Fred ...... 251,252,298 Saunders, Bill ............ 117,238 Savage, Jim ..., 105,188,255,302 Savoy, John ................., ....25,35 Sayer, Ann ,.,.........,,......l..... 244 53 208 213 Sayers, Katherine.. Sayler, Galen ..,...,. 290 Seaman, Howard ...,. ch elm r ulifm S. a e , J C n ,... Schachner, Robert ..., 12911301 183,243 ..114,258 253,258 Schaefer, George ,............, Schaffer, Enos .,..,.. 1 . seiby, Lloyd .......... ,..-- ---.-- - - -218 S 1 - k, A thur ........,.... .292 S?:l1?:0gFLllci'll6 ...?:i3f?,134.232. Selps, M. ..,............. ,...., . ,300,302 .......309 Senkowska. Aniela Senning, John..53,121, Serbin, Arnold. ........... Serbin, Bernard ......... Sergeant, Betty --,------ - Sergeant, Mitfllyll Serkis, Sylvain .......... Sexton, Donald .......... Shafton. Robert 531258 211-4,293 183,236 252,290 60 ,.53 302 1961240 Shafer, Sara ....,........... - 31'153, 263,309 Shane, Pilliagx :H ..... ...... 5 5.315343 , , Ill ...... ..o , , Shmmuse 21e,217,294,3o9 Shannon, John ..............,.. .292 Shannon, Stanton ............ 131 Sharpe, Patricia ............... .244 Shattuck, Leon ..... .....--- -.--- 2 4 7 Shaw, Frank .......------------ ---230 Shaw, Joanne .............. 220,290 Shaw, Martin .--- A-180,131,253 Shear, Charles .................... 293 Sheldon, John . -,------------- 53-299 Shellenberg. MSLTY ---'--- Sl lley, Rosalind ............ .. Slfiglton, John -. -----4------ 214-245' Shelton, Melba ..25,53,194,233 Shepheard, Alice ........ 204, 241 Shepherd, Adele ......... 292,308 Shepherd. John .....,...... 69,532 Shepherd, R. E ........... Sherman, Dick ........... 165' ,264 Sl erwood. Dinnelle .......... 205 Slierwood, Mary .... .... 1 97 244 Shevick, Murray ........ 262, Shill, Kengethd .............. 58, S'hi in s, oy ..,....,...,-.-- .- Slioenlgair. Ma1'ih8-79.203, Short, Betty ,.......... ............. Shoup, Barbara ................ 213 Shown, Frank ............ 265 Sh ufflebarger, Patsy 309 247 163 240 294 ,302 118,213 Shull, Alice .......... 134,300,301 Shupe. Rita ..........------ '----- ---- 2 3 7 Siebel, Thomas .............. .-.- 1 33 Sidel, Philip ........, .... ....... 1 1 4 Sides, Diane .......,......,......... 213 Siegle, Dorothy .......... 195,229 Siegrist, Eugene ,........, ...... 3 07 Sievwright, Carolyn ..... ...236 Sievwright, Ralph .----.---..- 233 Silver, M. .......... ---,--------------- - 309 Schaeffer, Patrick ............ 86 Schaffer, Scot ,... ................ 2 27 Schaller, Lawrence ...... 53,239 Scharbau, Ann .,................ 245 Rivenburg, Roy .......,,. 52,148, Scheifele, Kathleen .... 105, Pnrfet, Joan .................. 51,241 Park, .lohn .. ,.....,........... 134,309 Park, Robert .............. 223,288 Parker, Patricia , ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 244 Parker, Thos. C ........... , ..,.. 25 Parker, Thos. VV ......... ,.., .... 2 3 5 Parkin , Jean ...,............ 123,224 Parks, VVilliam ............ 51,298 l'arlett, Don ........,............... 251 Parrish. Elizabeth Parrish. Jeannine ...... Parsons, C:1rolyn,.107, Partlngton. Charles Patania, Angeline .. Pnurimnoavifi ...,,. fjff 236 269,306 125,244 51 203 . ,253 .,..15.63 Patrick, Joan , .............,....... 237 Patterson, Charles .......... 21 7 Patterson, Rob Pattisoii, K:i.rl..51,292, 18S,2 298,290 Patton. Joe .........,................ 269 Paul, Charlene .................. 142 Paul, Seymour ...... ......... 2 58 Paulos, Nick ...... ......,..... 2 56 Paulos, Sarah Pax to n. Pei-T1-TY .-...... Pagne, Colleen l,BZll'llTlZlll, Ed 125,249 ..,....,.266 .......,.262 163 Peck, Ralph ........... . ,,...... . Peebles. lsarbara ,..,. Peek, George .,....,........ Peek, Jeanie ............... Pcfley, Alice 288 51 .........123 .,,...,.23'l,294,309 Pellar, M. ...,.,...,.,..,.... ..... ,,.. 3 0 9 Pellon, Louis ....,..,...,...,...... 60 Pells, 1Villlam ..,,.........,...... 51 Pendergust, Cln.rencol.05,23S l?enrlei'g'nsl,, Isabell ......,... 303 Pendlcy. Theron ....,........,,. 219 Penn, XVilliam ,.,. .,.. 5 1,153,255 Penner, 1P:i.ul ,...... .51l,165,166, l67,109.170,21.4,299 Penoyer, Joan..51,2211,290,291 Perala, Myra ....................., 307 Perkins, Banyton 164,292,299 l"erkins, David ...............,.. 243 Perkins, ll. C. ......,i,.,......... 35 Perkins, Norris..5l,64,292,290 Pei-ow, Hudson .................. 163 Perrin, Georgia ...,.....,........ 309 Perry, 'lJu.vid .T ..............,.... 289 Perry, David NV. .......... 189,234 fI'lank, Charles .............. 5 ,298 1"lalt, Xvllllfllill .................... 288 Pouhlman, Charles ......,... 303 Pohling. Ilse Q ...,............... 71 PoIiukoi'l', Miriam ..,... 208,268 Polido, John , ...........,........... 200 Polhamus, .lohn ...... ...... 2 77 Polk, Dorothy .,......,......,.... 221 Pollock, ,Diane ..,.......,......... 269 Pomeroy, .Katherine ...... 125, 198,244 Poole, Miles ..........,.......i. 51,214 Popp, 1'a1,ric'in. ..........,......... 195 l"orter, Helene ....... ,.,.. . 51,306 'l'UI'l,Cl', Nancy .... 77,89.90,232 Post, John ..,..... ................ ..,. 1 I 33 Potter, Evelyn , ........... 142,232 Potter, Gordon ................., 257 Potter, I'l,!ll'OlL1 ......,....,.....,.. 131 1f'otl'er, Molly ....,i......., 118 244 Pottinger, Craig ,......... 51,227 Pottinger. George . ....,...... 227 Potuzak. Charles ..... , ........ 209 I-'owdrill, Quincy .............. 134 Powell, Edwin ..............,.,,.. 288 Powell, Forest .............. 51,299 Powers, George .................. 175 Powers, Mary H. 125,203,248 Powers, 'XVilbnr ................ 51 l'owles. Earl .....,........,..., 1.255 l,'l'il,l0l', Bob ........ ............. 1 05 :l'l'1'Ll.l., Elin .......................... 51 Pratl., Suzanne .......... 131,228 Present, Shirley ...,.... 216,217 Provo, Harriet .............. 27,129 Price, Arthur ...................... 222 Prichard, Elton ..,. 51,121,304 Prince, Dorothy ............ 51,220 Pritcliard, Lillian ...... 229,292 Proctor, Navor ....,.......,..... 51 Proctor, Norma .......... 229,293 Pronnti, Joe . .,..,.......... 153,160 Prusha, Juanita ........ 252,300 Puckett, Harmon . ,... ..,....,. 2 87 Puckett, Harold .......... 51,203 Puckett, William .... 51,203,308 Puelle Flonnie .......... 125,237 Pulido, Alfred ........,,.... 51,214 Pulido, Carlos .............. 215,293 Pullen, Virginia .......,..,... 129, V 280,290,307 Purcell, l-Iarold .............,.... 218 Purdy, Wiiltei' ...... 182.187 189 Putman, Forrest .......... 51:288 Q Quigley, Don ,... ,... 1 73,209,255 Quigley, James ,..,..., ..174,175, 179,269,308 Quinn, Betty .......... 51,240,296 Quinn, Jolm .... . .......,... 186,239 Quinn, Robert . ........... 268,293 Quinsler, William ...,........ 51 R Rabb, Ellis .,.......... 141,142,143 Rabenhorslz, Arthur ..1-13,303 Raglc, Riclizmrd .... 222,223,293 Rahm, Arthur .............. 51,268 Raible, Mildred ............ 51.241 Ramsdell, Virginia .......... 307 Ramsey, .Tohn114,l71,2l4,303 Ramsey, Nvilliam .,...,......., 269 Ramsower, P. A ........... 51,214 Randolpli, Charrnion ........ 131. Randolph, Findley , ,....... ...240 Randolph, George .... 23,51,206 Rape, Theodore ...,............ 308 Ratleoff, Gerald ................ 262 Ray, Dorleen ..,....,..... .,.52,191l, 202,253,26S,309 Ray, Elmer .............,....,....... 113 Read, James ...,..,......,.......... 202 Read. Richard ...... 111,133,308 Reade, Fmnk ...................... 275 140,152,153,160,184 Roach, Patsy .,.................... 220 Roads, Mary Ann ........ 125,249 Robb, Quentin ,..,..,...... .52, 301 183 Robbins, Harold ................ , Robbins, James ..,...,......... 293 Robbins. Joseph ........ 186,235 Roberts, Charles . .,,.......... 203 Roberts, Lathrop 257,288,289 Roberts, Wziltei' ,.,... . ......... 264 Robertson, Martha .... 129,228 Robertson, Martin .. ....... Robinette, Glen ....,............. Robinson, Peter 210 268 .......200 234 Robison, Elmer ............ 52, ,i Robles, Alfons . ................... 308 Robles, Sylvia ,...... ............, 2 33 Roche, WValter ........,. 23 52,235 Rockwell, Homer ,,..., ,...... , 234 Rodney, Hugli ................,.., 234 Rodriguez, Mario .....,... . .... 295 Roecliger. Robert ...... 180,181 Rogers, Jane .,.......... . .,.,..... 225 Rogers, David .,............,..... 306 Rogers, Gail .. .......,............,. 230 Rogers, JoAnn ...... 52,200,266 Rogers, Keith ................ 31,267 Rogers, Raymond ...,.....,.... 205 Rogers, Williain .... 105,246,264 Rogge, Harry ...... 152,215,288 Rollins, Morris ...........,,... 1279 Romero, Esperanza .... 280,290 Romo, Shirley .............. 52,213 Ronstadt, A. 111 ............. 52,293 Rooney, Arthur .................. 52 noon, R. R., ..... ,........ . .....,,293 Roper, David .,..,.... . .... ........ 2 90 Rose, Elizabeth .... 194,195,201 Rose, James ................,. 52,122 Rosen, Harry, .,,.. 23,33,218,219 Rosen, Mima ........,............. 216 Rosenberg, John 20 175 """'iS6,23si Rosenberg, Ruth ...... 201.208, 217,309 Ross, Alvin ,.... ..... . ..,............ E 52 Ross, Andrew . ...... .......... 2 99 Ross, Constance - 321 -- Ross, Claudia ...........,.......... 118 52,291 213 S'chester, Mary .................. 300 Schneck. Matthew .,.......... 95 Silver, Ruth ,... ...........-A-- 303 Silverman, Phylhs ....,. 53,289 Simley, Jim .... ....... ....... 1 S 5,215 Simley, John ..141,142,143,291 Simmons, Carolyn ...... 125.249 Simmons, David ........ 53.214, 292,298 Simmons, Edward ............ 303 Simmons? 1VgZ1iTi1Yl155..i4i-6--iglfgo Simons, a pi .... , . . 126,246,29-4,304 Simons, Wililla ...... .... 1 29,307 Simpson, Cordia .............,.. 298 Sims, Harold .......... ---...-- 2 46 Sinclair, Betty .................... 300 Schick, Joy ............ 195,203,233 Schilling, EdWard..53,290,304 Schilt, Barbara. .... 201,236,292 Schirmer, Edw.53,209,238,239 Sehmich, Harry ................ 53 Schmich, Larry ...,.............. 53 Schmidt, Edwin ............ 31,222 Schmidt, Nathalie ...... 53,129 Schmieder, Mary Anne .... 221 Schminke, Sally ................ 53 Schnei Schnei der, Marilyn .......... 134, 253,300 der, Stanley ...,...... 134, 263,309 Schneiter, Mary .......... 53,296 S'choeny, Rocella ..., 53,290,300 Schofield, Robert ........ 53,251 Schoonover, We1'shel . ..,.. 171 Schroeder, Carl ...,.............. 299 Schuler, Bonnie ................ 224 Schulze, XValter . ..,............ 238 Schwartz, Barbara .... 220,221 Schworer, WVillio.m ...,,..... 234 Scott, Betty ...... ....,.53,129,143 Scott, Daniel ..........,........... 299 Scott, James ...........,.......,.. 65 Scott, Joan ........,. 194,107,200, 202,224 Scott, Noel . ...,..................... 53 Scott, Virginia31,125,237,300 Scully, Janice .................... 233 Seabury, Sarah ...,.... 26,27,33, 203.236,292.300 Scale, Ferne .........,.. 36.53,129, 228,274,303 Seaman, George .......... 53,218 Seaney, Hendrik .............. 238 Seavy, Gerry . ......, ,....... 1 05,255 Seay, Betty ...,.............. 195,198 Sebree, Riley Anne ............ 249 Sebree, Sallie .,.,........,....,.... 241 Seeley, Millard ..........., 292,295 Segulja, Pete ......... . .... 171,265 Seibeck, Dick ............,....,.,.. 60 Seibert, Robert .... 130,133,268 Seidel, Lila ...............,.... 53,224 Seidel, Verne ................ 53,227 Sl te, Ht rvey ............,. 184,284 Slgtten, .Lester ........ 53,154,298 Slavin, Sidney .................... 53 Slicer, Henry ....... l.-- ----------- 5 3 Sloan, Gloria .... 92,94.125.249 Slomczewski, Felix .: ..,. .... 5 3 S'lona.ker, Alter Lolus ...... 17 Small, Patricia .....--.---..----- 232 Smallhouse, Charles ........ 255 Smith, Adana. ...............,.... 249 Smith, Byron ....... ............. . .111 Smith, Charlene ................ 53 Smith, Charles .................. 227 smith, Dixie .................. ...... 2 67 smith, Don ....,............. 188,255 Smith, Donald L ................. 54 Smith, Donna .............. v ..... 225 Smith, Elmera ........ 86,236,142 Smith, Frances .................. 203 Smith, Franklin . ........... 54,268 Smith Frederick .............. 288 Smith Gayle .............. 171.254 Smith George . ...,. 288,280,292 Smith, James . ..................... 54 Smith, James ..,........... 242,288 Smith, James ...................... 298 Smith, John ........................ 36 Smith, John O...29,35,179,238 Smith June ............... ...54,290 Smith, Patricia ..... .. ....... .,.. 1 21 Smith, Patricia R. ...... 54,212, 213,220 Smith, Reginald ................ 256 Smith Robert .ll.. ............. . .269 Smith, Sally ..,.............. - ..... 54 Smith, Theresa. .........,........ 249 Smitheran, William ..,. .... 1 71 Smithers, John .. .......... 31.105, 265,302 Snell, Betty ..l. ..... ........,.. 3 0 0 Snell, George .,................,... 297 Snider, C. Jack ............ 54,134, 306,309 Snook, Shirley ...... . ............. 213 Snow, Jeanine ...... 224,290,307 Snuffer, Patricia ......., 203,225 Snyder, Allan .................... -219 Wire, l Doris .,..... .,.1.l5,236,300 Snyder, Fred ........ 20,21,22,36, 54,S7,126,233,294 Snyder, Leomlrfl .,...,,,,,, H230 Snyder, Rosemary ,.,..,..... 5-1 STUDENT INDEX-fC0ncluflec1Q Sundt, Frances ..,.. ....... 2 29 Sllnclt, Tlohorl. ,.,.. . ..... 51,290 Svoll, Iiollert ........ ...,...,..,... 1 85 S ykes, Snyder, WVilliam .,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 227 Soah, Boh ............., Soffe, B. F .....,...,.. Solomon, Jules .... ,.,.......1S5 ..,,....5ll,2sl1l 2f': Solot, Ruth .....,,..,,,,,,,.,,..,,,, Sonenblick, Jerry . vjv 263,309 Sorenson, Marvin 21,153,161 Sortor, Robert ..,...,.......... ,uzlis Soto, Consuelo ...,.. Souden, James ..... Sbuers, Pai 1 ,,,,,,,,,,.,-,, .......134 ...,...294 Souers, William ..........A,.,,, 181, Soule, Richard .... Soulvie, Jean ...... Sparks, Joe ,,......... Sprawls, Frances Spear, Thomas Spear, Virginia ....,....,54,226 ..........54,307 .25 1 ,......245 SVVPUIII, Carol . ............,.. 65,266 Swanson, Barnetto ...... 54,290 Swanson, Em-1 ,,,,..,..,.,,,,,.,,, 290 S'1VHIlS011, Norma ....,...,,.... 228 Swartz, Mary Elizabeth..303 Sweeney, Daniel .............,.. 269 Sweeney, John .... 131,269,308 Sweeney, Patricia ...,...... 131, 253,303,308 Sweet. Emelyn ..,...,,..,.,,,A,, 204 Sweet, Helen ...,. ...,....... 5 4,65, I 212,213,290 Swift. Samuel ......,,,........... 308 Sykes, Tao ..............,..... 200,244 Eugene 54,186,226,302 Sykes, Georgiana, .,....,,..,,,, 237 Synnestuedt, Karen ........ 27 T Tallett, Joan ...... 54,89,90,240 Talmage, Harry .............. H211 Talmage, Louise ...... 203,25 2, Tucker, Leroy ....... 'l'lll"ll, fflslllfln ,.........214 rr -up ..... ..,,.m,... .V l. lll'lllPlIll, l,lll ........ 55,117,301 Turner, Annzt .....,.. XVZLIUIJ1, Jack .............. ..121,304 1VZl,NV1lk, Allllrl-y ,.........,..,.. 269 XV:ly, ,lflllllllll ...................... 260 Weaver, Robert ...,.. ..,.,. 1 S9 1Ve:lver. Willialn ,... ..,,.. 1 114 Webb, Carlyle ....... ...... 5 0 1Vehli, Dale ....,,...l ...... 2 93 NVehh, Joann ,....,...,. ,,.,.. 2 20 1Vuhh, Lamont ....,.....,.,,,,,, 65 WVehh, 'Lloyd ............,...,.,.,,,. 65 1Vellll, 'Neal ....,......,.,.,........ 299 VVebll, Robert , ..,.... 88,257,299 XV6l7l161', Charlotte ,,.,... ..... 2 29 Wood, Specht. Charles .,,,,.., ,,,,,,, 3 03 Silencer Margaret ..,....... 220, 221,299 Spencer, Robert ..ll...,...,,,.. 227 Spencer. S. L .,.....,........ ,..... . 214 Sniers, Evelyn .......,............ 244 Spies. William ,.,.,.,,,,, 141,142 Spllsbury, Max .... 54,149,153, , v l61,162,184,250 184,254 Spitz, Louis ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 Sponagle, James ................ S'porlec1er, Suzanne 16 288 248 Springer, Gene ...,., 54-,'23'4,235 Sprfgul, Robert ........,..,.,,., 1.256 Squlre, Donald ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 245 St. John. Walter l,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 15 Stacey, Lionel .......,.. Staggs, John ....,.,.. Stagner, Louise ....,. Standa e Doll las 1'-Z . 8' , ....,...... Stanelc, Robert ,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,, Stanfield. Wi1lial11 Staliish, Stanley, .....,,134 .......309 ..,..,.220 289 71 ......54,2S9 Tom , ...,.,.,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,222 9 Glenn ...... 54,-34,298 245 Stanley, Pri11a107,130,194, Stanley, Roene ....,....,.....,,. 195 171 Stanton, Allan .,.... 2S,163, Stanton, Ann ,..,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2.19 290,308 Talmage, Shirley .....l.. 54,194, 241,296 Tang, Pearl ........................ 63 Tang, Thomas ...,... ,........, 5 4 Tann, James .................,..,. 54 Tappero, Daniel .,.....,........ 246 Tatum, Yifilliam .......... 55,218 Taub, Amos ...........,..........,. 304 Tauber, Joan ...,., ..,.27,20S,216 Taylor, Jesse .......,....,......... 114 Taylor, Joseph .................... 267 Taylor, Thomas ....,........,.. 55 Taylor, Vance .......,,........... 247 Taylor, VVaclsWorth,...141,143 Taylor, Zach ..,,.,....,,..,.,. 55,307 Tedeschi, Anita ..,............, 308 Tegart, James .......... ....,.. 2 S9 Tenney. Morgan ...... ..,,.,, 5 5 Terr, Paul .,...,...,.................. 55 Terrazas, Hector .............. 55 Terrazas, Rene .................. 55 Terry, Barbara .......... 129,280 Tewart, Donald .......,.,......., 231 Thames. Vifoodrow ..,,...,.. 299 Starkey, James ....,,,,.,,,,.,,,, 175 Thierlnan, Elmer .....55,296 Thompson, Gordon .,.. 0133 Wacllslnaixn, Gerhard ...... 134 Staub, Ronny ,..,..... Stzluek, R. B .,,,,,,.,,,,,,, .....,.262 .......293 Slfluffer. Robert ,.,... ...,... 2 S9 Steed, David ....., ,,,,,..,, , 54 Steel, Frank ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 238 Steele, George . ,,,,,,,,,.. 222,223 Steele, Mary Ann. ............... 232 Steele, Diary JO ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 54 Steele P r'ci' 'P 291 I . ati 11 ..,. 14..,143, Stelnheimer, David ....,... 209, 222,223,292,29s,291i Stephens, Barbara 208 Stephens, Pattie L25'15ffffQf241 Stephens, Ray ...... 161,184,254 Stephenson, Roger Thoeny, Bruce .................. 239 Thomas, Barbara ,,......,,.,.. 225 Bobby ..,... 55,71,222 Thomas, Thomas, Elbert .,..,..,.,.. 55,353 299 304 Thomas, Evanne .............. Thomas, Lloyd ..... .......... 5 5 Thomas, Marilee ,.,...,...,.,, 308 Thomas, Martha ..,..,.. 125.249 Thomas, Robert . ,.... 2290.293 Thomas, Tyler .............. 55,210 Thompson, Annalyn ...... 117, 128,228,309 Tholnpson, Cyril .... 55,223,293 Thompson, Georgia 27 236' Thompson, Howard ....67,2S8 Thompson, Jody ........ 31.124, 125,126,245.294,304 Thompson, Robert ............ 297 Thompson, Ted .....,............ 234 Thomy, Frank ..,,........,....... 134 Thornburg, Dale ..,..... 55,246 Stern. Sandra .................... 309 Steven, Maris , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N232 Stevens. Joan ...,..,..,.... 203,241 S'tevens, John ......., 54,292,299 Stevens, Joseph ...,,, ,,.. 2 10,211 Stevens, Robert .........,...... 143 Stevens. Sam ....54,60,171,215 Steward, George ...,......,..... 67 Steward, Robert ,......... 67,288 Stewart, Ernest ................ 54 Stewart, George ........ 179,235 Stewart, Harry ,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,, 298 Stewart, Joseph .... 54,187,302 Stier, William .........,.......... 254 Stille, John .....,....,,,,,.....,,,,,. 215 Stillinger, Clifford .... 141,1gl-E Stine. Mrs. Nellie ........,...., Stinger, George .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 242 Stltes, Casey ,.,., .,,. ,,,,,,,,,, 5 4 Stivers, George ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 234 Stockdale, John .,..,.,.,.,.,,,, 294 Stoeckel. Jack ..........,. 113,251 Stokoe, Frances .,,..,........ ..269 Storch, Kurt ........ 163,179,234 Storms, Ann .,.,...,...,,,.,,.,,,,,. 220 Strahl, Mary ..........,..... 142,143 Strassburger, Marjorie Stratton, Charles ...,... 2 Strzzuch, Bei-ta ,.......,,,. Str:l.1lgl1al1, James .,....,...,. 268 Straus, Charles ...,...,.. 113,114 Straw, Ric-hard ...........,,,t... 54 Streets, Robt. 152.1S4,298.299 Strehlow, Gladvs ........ 203.241 Strittmatlzer, Mflrylou .... 256223 ....,,,-35 254,225 Strittmatter, Robert .,..,... 293 Strobeck, Aldon ,..,.. ,,,. . ,,,.. 2 98 Strouss, Charles ..,. ............ 2 88 S'truthers, Burton ..,,........ 299 Summers Hubert Stubbs, Robert ..,.. ,,,25.35,54. 254,255 Stull, John ...... .......... 6 0 Stunz, Kay .................... 88,245 Stutz, Robert ...............,....., 133 Sudduth, Stephen ,.,...,..... 226 Suite, Jack ......,................... 293 Sullivan. Zena ...... .1 ..,. , ....... 252 Summers, Anna Louise ..,. 203 298, , Thrlft. Inez .....,...,..,...., 288,289 Thurman, Earl ,.,,,,.,.,..,.,,. ,293 Tice, Terry ...,...................... 309 234 303 Tidwell, James ............ Titcomb, Edward .... ...,...... 5 5 Tizzard, Rocleric .... 55,306,308 Tod, Jack ..................,..... 55,298 , - Tolley, James .........,.... 238,299 Tolley, W. B.. .,........... 186,187, 191,239,292 Toison, Brad .... 22,33.128.173, 174,1SG,209,226,227 Tomlinson, Alva ..............,. 113 Tomlinson, Albert ........, ...289 Tomlinson, Allen ...... ,.,. .... 2 9 3 Tomlinson, Tom ..112,114,256 Toner, Thayer .................... 257 Tonz. John .......................... 163 Torchiana.. John ....., , ...... 55 Torchin, Jack .................... 309 Torgersen, E. H ........,........ 298 Torgersen, R. C ........... 268,298 Torres, Rosa .....,................ 292 Touche, Charles ...........,.... 55 Towne, Richard .......... 188,247 Tracy, Betty ,, ..,...,.....,. 253,306 Trauschat, J. B ..... ........ 5 5,299 Travis, Warren ..,............... 298 Treat, Charles .........,.. 266,283 Trebolo, Stanley .,.,.....,...... 293 Trecker, Lydia ,............,.... 253 Treganowan, David ...,..., 122 Treganowan, Dwight222,261 Tremblay, Alice ........., 220,292 Tremblay, Napoleon ..,... 289, 292,295 Tribolet, Charles ...... 17,21,22 Trimble, John ......,... 55,614,299 Trohan, Carol ...,................ 248 Troutt, Maurice .......... 166,184 Truman. Edgar ...........,...... 143 Truscott, Donald ., ..........,. 293 , ..,......... 51 Sunderman, Jacqueline .... 54, 221,291 Tsagurls, John ...............,., 299 Tselentis, Angelot ............ 55 Tucker, Jasmine .... ....... 3 00 Turner, Mary ..... .,..,... 5 5,230 Turner, Ruth ,.,. ..,.,...,..,,,.,., 5 5 Tussey, John .,............ 173,174 Tyler, Mariel ...... .....,....... 2 41 Tyree, Cyros ....... ....., 2 81,296 Tyree, H. B .......... ...,.. . 55,296 U Udall, Franklin ............ 66,288 Udall, Kenyon .1 ........ 55,613,267 Vde, George .........., ,,.,,,, ,,,,,, 2 9 3 Udell, Betty .......,...... 22,24,33, 107,203,244 Ullrik, Edward , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 299 Tlllom, Tiurle .,,......,,,,,,,,,.,,, 163 Underwood, Norman ...... 134 Unland, John , ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 210 Upson, Arthur ...........,........ 293 Urrea, Irma ........ .......,,,,,. 2 92 Utke, Ronald .,..,.....,...,, 95,211 Utzingel, Ethel .................. 55 V Valenzuela, Andrew ...,.... 293 Valeskie, Edwardo ......., ..28S van Bensohoten, Peter .... 234 Van Camp, Donald A... ........ 2 88 Van Cleve, Donna .............. 55, 225,291,294 Van Horn, Ann ..,......... 65.142, 143,233 Vzinik, Richard .........,........ 163 Van Kirk, Earlene ............ 203 Van Lone, Robert ..,. 35,55,234 Van Patten, James ............ 307 Van Sc'haa.ck, Peter ,........, 298 Varnell, Thomas ............,. 266 Vasey, Chet ...,.. 33,173,175.214 Vasey, John .....................,.. 214 Vaughn, Lois .,........,........... 213 Vavich, Mitchell ...,..........., 295 Velusco, Rose ..,........... 296,308 Verhicn, Robert .,.,..... 118.166, 173175, Vick, Ralph ...............,. Vickers, George ......... Viotez, Flora ................ Vogelheim, Paul ......... ,......299 55 255,508 .......234 Volz, Anne ...,....,.,,. ....,..... 3 03 Vomoeil. James ................ 55 Vos, Anita .l.,......,... 196,252 Vos. Marlene .............. 196,253 Vosberg, Donald ...,............ 150 Voss. Audree ...................... 224 Vosskuhler, Eliz:1hetl1..,.11S. 221,308 Vosskuhler, Jack .....,.. 55 210 Vosskuhler. Max ............. 1 17 Voorhies, John .......... 166,168 W 1Vaddell, Thomas ........ 55,231 1Vade, James ...................,.. 55 WNYJICHOYV, Thomas.,55,292,295 Vilzlesch, I-Ierbei-t..222,306,307 1,V:1ggener, Philip ,.., 35,50. 120,121,231,304 1Vag'ner, Louise .... 130,195,526 VVa.hl, Beverly ....,........,...... NValc1burger, Bob .... ...... 2 10 Walden. James ..... ...... 2 46 Waillleli, Victor ..,.. ...,.. 5 6 YValker, Anita ....... ...... 3 09 WVnlker, Bruce ................... . 33 Xvalker, Deane ............,..... 56 NValke1', Elizabeth .,.... 56,301 Walker, John ........,............. 289 Walker, Mary Ann ............ 309 TVa.lker, '1V21lt8F .................. 56 Xvalkup, Mrs. Fairfax ...... Wall, Alice ...,...................... Vifallace, Patricia .............. 269 Wallace, Robert ........ 254,255 Wallace, Wm .... .35,56,209,243 VVal1is, Retzl. .................. 5G,24n 1Valsh, Judy ....,... 31,89,90,24S Walte1', Robert .1 .............. H254 Walton, Nan ........,v........,... 240 Walton, Sue23,33,119,244,245 '1x7?LltZ, Paul ........................ 214 Ward, Anderson ......,.A.A..... 289 Vifard, Anna .......,...... 56,71,293 Warcl, Douglas .................. 235 Ward, .Tammy ...............,,... 244 Wa,1'd, Willialii .................. 288 Xvare, Ann ...........,..,....... S4, 241 1Varfielc1, Totten ....,....,.... 28:1 Warkolnskl, James XVarneke, William ..........26S 56 XVarner, Grant ...... ...... 1 14,222 213 Warner, Gretchen Warren, James ....,........,.... 222 Warren, John ,.., ................ 3 02 Washburn, Frances ........ Washburn, S'a.na ................ Washington, Richarcl210,211 Wasley, Robert , .l....l.......... P0 25 232 21 VVasley, William .............. 290 Waters, Earl .,....... Watkins, John ,,........ Watson. Harold ...... W'atson, Morris ........ .......299 .l...,.29S ,,..,,.187 .......250 114 Xvatson, Robert Y,.,. .... , ...... A 1Va.twood, Robert .....,....,... 179 -322- XVel1er. Patricia .......... 204.2112 XV6GCl1, Janis .,.................,., 266 1Veelcs, l11a.rl ......... 511,288,296 NVeil, Floyd ...........,.,...,...... 297 XVeingartner. Curl ....,....,.. 299 Yveinut, Lenette ....,........... 290 NVeins:tein, Bernard 2256.262 1Ve-insteinal, Charles ....,. 262 NVeir, Sully ,...... ...... ..... 1 2 5.249 1Veirich, Ellen ...,........ 252,307 VVeishor1'l Marvin 171 N1:6lSSI1'12ll2, Selwyn"::ll:f:,16.i Welvh, Truett ....,....,.......... 308 XX'Cll'0l11B, Warren .,.......... 296 XVl-lls, Albert ............. ...... 5 6 NVellS, James .....l. ,.... . ...,.. 5 6 u7GlSl1, James .....,,.,.,......... 2-12 1Venzel. Robert ..,.,,,.... XX'6l'lJ6lOYV, Judson 23,209,259 xN'El'lJl'lC'l1. 1VlELl'l.l'l21 .....,...... 232 VVerleY. Robert ..,. 50,121,122 XV65t'l1, 'Phyllis .................. 233 XVest:, Irene ......... ....... 2 7,129 NVester, Elder ..............,, 56,295 XXY0Sl.II!ll'C1, Peggy ,... , ...,..,.. 220 Westover, Harry .......,,.,.,. 2:16 11'estover, John ...,.........,,, 23S Wharton, Billie ......,... 141,143 XVh:irton, .Terry ....,..,.. 133.259 1Vheat, Jalnes ..,...,............. 239 Wheat, Joe .....................,.... 200 TVheeler, Claulle ..,.,,., 175,254 1Vheeler. Mary ...,.. 56,199,240 Vvllisenant, .Toe ,.......,..,.. .... 2 35 1Vhitcomlm, JIIIYIES . ,.......,., 299 1Vllite, Alice .................. 86,291 1Yhite, Charles ....,...,. 114,219 XYhite, 1'iona.lr1 ..,... 56,292,293 1Vhite, Jerri ....... ....,............ 5 6 XYhite, 1VllFll'g'2I.I'C-it .....,........ 240 Wliile, Pllt ,.... .,............. 1 05,2111 1Vhite, Peter .,.... 34,56,112,210 YVhite, Rivhzlril .,.. 209,222,223 VVllitehill, Charles ...... 259,309 NVllil'la. Eleanor , .......,. 127,203 Whitley, Dwigrhli . ........, 22,175 YVhitley, Ralph ,.,.......,......, 56 '1Nrl1lU,l8ll'IOI'0, John Whittinlrton, Mury Lou .....,.261 3125. 240 YVidelitZ. Ruth .....,... ..,2'l6,30'l Nvioclower, Donald ,..,. vVl6l?ll1l1, Kay .......,..... YViener, Arthur , .... ....., l-I ......,210 .,.....1-17 VViener, Jean ....,.., 35,36,56,2l7 1Vieshor11. M arvin ....,....... 262 W'iggins, 'I'l10I1l2lS ..,........... 143 NVllf1l, Suzanne ...............,.. 204 1Vilhite, Villa .,,......... 21,22,26. 27,35,36,56,S4.99 ' ' 56 ,ws Wllky, Lois ............ . ,236,237 Xvillizllns. Ben l....,,. 33,113,256 Willizlllls, Clair .............,..,. 290 Wvilliilnls, Duane , .,..... 153,162 xVll11'l.l1lS, Elizzllietll .......... 244 Willialns, Henry .......... 56,298 NVillia.lns, Hillary ..........,... 151 'wVilIian1s, Jas. .....,.. 116,298.30-l Williams, John , ..... 56,64.238, 2el2,2sl8,21l1l YV1lllfl111S, Marjorie .,,,.. 96,204 VVillio.mri, Omll ......,,....,.,... 296 Williams. Winthrop ...,..., 234 YVillins, Domlld ,......... 268,296 VVillis, Cecil ....,............. 31.266 1'Villis, Kenneth .......... 56,266 292,299,304 YVilliS, Luana ...,.,..........,.,... 267 NVillis, Normun .,.. 56,277,296 Willis, Reed ....,..,................ 266 1VilloughlJy, Stuart ,......... 'PSS Wills, I-lnrley ...................,.. 301 Willnsen, Gloria. ,...,... ....,.. 2 32 Xvilpitz, Rolnnll ..... .....,.,,. 2 92 Wilson, Charles ...,...... 254,296 Wilson, Clayton .,.,... ...... 2 93 1Vilson, Colleen , .... ...,..... S 3 Wilson, Donna . .... ...... 2 24 NVilson. Gwen ..,,.....-.-..------ 253 Mfilson, Jack .........,,........,,. 299 Vvilson, Moraine ......,.., 56,213 Wilson, Martha, ..123,125,22ll Tvilson, Max ...............,........ 257 Xvilson. Robbie .,..........,..... 237 XVilson, Robert ,..,,............. 246 VVilson, Roberta ...........,.... 125 Vvilson, Sally .......,...... 125,246 Xvilson, NVayne ..,......... 19,257 Wilsciii, William .......... 56,1-19, 153,162,134 VVinchell, Perrin ....,...., 56,295 Windes, John ...........,.,.. 56,247 'YVll1dSOl', David ......,,.. 288,289 Winfield, Frank .,..,...,...,... 268 xVll'IF4l0NV, Robert ....,., ,1-19,151 XVirlH, Ruth .................. 56,308 .56,240,2-i 1Viseburn, M. ...,..... . XVlSQI113.Il, S. ........l.. . Wishek, B3FbHFiL 1Vishek, Paula .....,,............. VVise, lVl2l.I'P,'21X'Et 1 . ,,,,,,,,.,, 3011 3011 .25,65,22o 23:4 Wisllek, Sally .,.....,........ 56,221 XVithers, Dick .............. 29,179 'Withers, Joseph ..,. Witmeyer, Donald XVittenherg. Charles SS ......219. 292,293 .,....114,235 XV lt1ZlI1il.11', George Nvilfe, Bill .,.......... ........ 1 88,227 XVolI'e, Carvel ..... ..... 5 7,231. 299,306 1'V0lfe, Dzlvifl ,......... 57,288,289 NVolfe, John .......l........ 269,303 XVoll.:ast, 111ClXVilI'll .... 151.152, 161,162,184 1Vollan. Roy ........,.,.........,... 260 YVOIIHLCK, Donald .....,.. 57.214, 215,292,298 Wongr, Kenneth .,..l........,.... 57 1Von1.7, Lillian ..........l...l.. ...306 NVood, Bart ,.,.. ..,...,,..1S9,234 303 XVood, Elliott ....... ............ Elwlll , ....,....... ,, ..... .. 301 1Voo1l, Helen ................ 129,306 1Vnod, Janet ....,...........,....,.. 269 Kathleen ,...... .57,274, 282,288,289 YVO0ll, Wfood, Loren .......,.... ,... 1 37,213 1Vood Mary Lou ........,......- 57 1Vood. Nnolni .........,..., 129,306 Wood, Yvllllfllll ..,.............., 163 1Yooc1, Wllllillll .................. 288 XVOOC1lDll1'll, Sam . ........... 57.257 Woodburn, Thomas .,57,149. 152,161,162,1S4,256 Woodruff, Joan ...... 27.31.195. NVindsor, Margil.ret ..,... 35,36, 56,122,194,236,301,304 203,233 NVoocls, Tll0l112.S .,.............. 29S 'Worr-ester, Kell ................ 308 wi-ight, Cecil .....,..., ......... 5 7 1Vrif.:hl, Claude ...............,.- 220 XVright, Donald .......,.. 189,234 Niiright, Jacqueline ..1.23,228 XVI'lR'lll1, 1VI21.lll'l1'0 , ........l...,.. 57 1VriHht, Sally , .,... 104,105,249 Wright, Robin .................... 142 Xvllerlz, Helen ...............,.... 282 XVuel'tz, HOXV2lI'tl ........ 302,265 Y Yfleger, Riehxlrd ...,.... 308,309 Y21.l'lJl'Ullgl1, Eve .......... 25,11S. 123,225 Yeager, Yard, George ................ 31,255 Richard ............... .133 Yezllrer, William ..,.i,........., 269 Yecek, Lorriline . ..... .....,.,. 2 40 Yellmlcl. Marjorie .............. 221 Yewell, James ........ ...... . H299 Yost, Cl1iLl'lGS ....,.,............,.. 254 Young, James .....,,..... 187,232 Young, Jeanne ..,,.............. 2-lb Ylbllflg, Joe li. ..... ...,..... 5 7 Younis, Joe M. ...... ,....... ..,... 2 3 0 Young, Lelzmcl ..................,. 25-1 Young, Put . ,.,. ,......... ....,...... 2 6 4 YOLIYUI, Robert ....,..... 35.57.91 209,251 Yung, Betty ...... ,.... . ..,... 1 18 Z Zac-hry, Wllllkllll ..,...........,. 187 Z2ll1OI'Cl1ilk, Mic-lmel ........ 57 Zu.nl.:l, Tl10i1'l2LS ............,.... .218 Zzlnot. lkiichail .....,,..... 260, 293 Zeuuu. Maj. lvlario ....,....... Zellar, 111 1'4" George 1 .,,... . .......,.... . .. V 290 Zern, Jeanne ..........,..,.... 57, Ziegler, Ziolku, Arnold .................. IS5 Stanley , ..,,. 57 299 "A"'E:lll' Zislnunn, ,Kenneth .231 Zollinger, llu.rlJ:ll'zl Zuiullre lli, Frank ....229,309 hr. A smooth number . . . this fun- Time, sun-time vocotion foshion from S'reinfeId's! Perfectly infer- preted for off-compus Collegienne copers. 'bin aid?-' In Our 96th Yam' JEAN CLARK 1,12 5 , ia, 482 N.. - -1, -.,Q:- , r Y' 5- - M , - . 5: r--rx :Q .. ,V : ,g5.:.1::-sr : -1 - H gig' '-'K ,fine ff 53- -Aiiiiwiif -M my Y Yaggis 'cgi WMM , in E L ,Q N me , - , ,,,,,E,:f. Y V, ?g,,zm,m. ,,.. Q 7 Fm as , W ,. H Q 1 A , -W M 3, M l,-,K - ,f M, M W" W, xg, QA H - :- frwfdflg pig- -, -' 2 - . U f my -W er . ww: ' g - X' 7, ,.: 5, fgm: A zfgxm., 1,-:zj,xw,: f f X X K, wasp? mwwlw ,5"'.y- :'b::1ig xzzsisuiw , '. of :X wifi? ,mimfa fjsvflggwfy' fir E g f e . I ii H gfaf,!!w.,QMwfegigm ,1 wxggng wr g ' f , iv xggriw '4 ' A fl M 2 Q X Q Z zz y 'w g ,wfsyewfg -. 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MAGMA COPPER COMPANY ' COPPER 0 GOLD and 0 SILVER ORES SUPERIOR, ARIZONA -324- Ifi, I ss if i . I X .4 , , Q l ' - l ' - 5 A f 6- . si - of A .. 2, -f , 5,2 , A 3 r f, is V -, i if , . " f N I 5 A ,F A S -if, If A ie L . , 4 7 7 3. 1,53 . mn, , Q fi 1 ,A Z , A , A .. Ei :Q I - A ygsxmfs Q fy -4, A s K, A W 1: if-gms s v 5:-Q, f j A full line of Weber and York Fashions GS you IikeJmg::fINEY Refrigeration Appliances . . . Ot Sensible prices. Air conditioning . . . WUWML TUCSON MACHINE AND Wim Xcmfse ENGINEERING co. 'pep 338 North Fourth Avenue "Where All Tucson Shopsv ,il i v : -Q, S .bln Af in ,, im . 1 H A 4 A 1 mmm HALL LIZ HOLBROOK Fancy fruit packages, marmalades, and nationally famous canned dates. Gift-wrapped and shipped anywhere in U. S. A. DESERT TREASURES 34 SOUH1 Park Avenue cmzus AND DATE Gnovias PHONE 3-0595 Oracle Kz Orange Grove Roads P. O. Box 2269 For a refreshed wardrobe call for the besf. . . NU-WAY CLEANERS -325- e ? i i A, i ' lsr! is lr Q nil. 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VARSITY CLEANERS 6- LAUNDRY DOLORES AT UNIVERSITY SQUARE 'I44 N. STONE AVENUE yea, THEY A KEY IN A Locus I 2 I , is I z if ,, . Q 'I g I , :-: -Y 'i IO COELITZ, DAVE INIANSUIK For the enjoyment of the tired businessman, the "steady" couple or the whole fami'y . . . these theaters bring you I-IoIIywood's best. FOX-TUCSON and LYRIC THEATERS Look to Levy's . . . for famous labels. The ultimate in clothes and accessories . . . ll 9 Jw? ' S 0 1161115195 ELLEN GR Buick is synonymous with beauty . . . graceful lines and dependable performance. YOUNG BUICK CO. The finest in food ond drinks . . . served in o congeniol atmosphere . . . dine of . . . PAL! LOS FLAME ROOM 1. RALPI-I SINIONS, SALLX STERLING - CHINA - CRYSTAL Serving Tucson for neorly holf o century . . GRUNEWALD AND ADAMS so EAST CONGRESS -332-- ICE ' mtv BES ..,. 1 LR X gv ,E A A. . A E? A II I 'Ii -w . H , lj is , s an .,..,, A, , . , FY, .A . AJ M 1 rx V ' AT' t g.YCLIiE', ,, " s i Y 'I - If-I' iii. 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RONSTADT'S Pioneers in Good Merchandise HARDWARE MACHINERY LAURA ANN DOXVNEY, STEVE SPlCkh1l Suitoble gifts ot every price level . . . for silver or Chino it's -334- lvirvlrz Q CQIVA: 0 C I I.: if 41 EAST PENNINGTON The West's Most Western Store... In Tucson ond Phoenix it's . . PORTER'S Moderately Priced . . . ' Western Weor 0 Hond-Tooled Bogs ond Belts 0 Cosucils 0 Ploy Clothes DIARY LOU BRISCOE, JO ANN INICKINNEY Featuring FiImlond's finest. . . Enjoy food from our Snack Bor . . .ln Tucson it's the MIDWAY DRIVE-IN THEATER -335- '1 Engravers for The l95O Desert. . . Quality and crafts- manship . . . at HOLLIS PHOTO-ENGRAVERS .: - -.r -.- 1 '..r1-. 12f-2 1 -'1.'f ,AA' N T2-ff' "" f ' , is .."V5 .,,:.,:sl -.:HL:::f, ---- "r' .IM X ,l Q JOAN STEVENS Delicious food promptly served in our modern drive-in . . . BRAND'N IRON DRIVE-INN 'C-31' Tasty, delicious flavors in quality ice cream XFX if l K l Q v' Pufzeaf1t!v.el'LZq" 5' 45:55-.. ..,. Ja. 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NIJ, N , JOAN PATANIA 'I if Western originality characterized in colorful d' ...-tdb th ft h' f . . . fS1gQ.iank1flfQn?a y em smans lpo Featuring the finest In drugs, liquors ond fountoin service VISIT THE THUNDERBIRD sHoP , , h p',eIIfS 19 W. CONGRESS JN'Cl11s--- In tfyc 'Eubifiolm ofthe Southwest ! BROADWAY VILLAGE M Hr,-Q BROADWAY VILLAGE TUCSON U' l9Cf" h'9'5f70P DRUG STORE S A -fu: niummmq iiiu :IJ-fm mm u-mum.--w-.E The right drink for ony occosion ,q?3:AQ,Q5wig, QE f3EwfHgSE5avi.5 l gvggzgfggsfi ggw " I I " I I at wwf . sfittssfzif WEEEAM1 E1 EYEEQEEW H f Sieggaiffiw x e Sa 15552 1, F xnxx in ,EB ,., srihmw was A ss IAA J N t 25 A 5 Wfwwggg Z gmiuix Mgitxiw EH " " ' -A A Us Ergmxgwg Egwggggi ,E-H we I E .,.,:: E, .E W E. W .-We EEA? .ez 52 ,Eg Ag QAAHQWEEHEW M SESAME-Es wwgmggkigwgfnif A 5 W W -E SQ H migawfgggwggagw5-Egwxgw Eg, E saw ENE megan: E E 5 W A A E W MM W. WI E. E E I W, VET? 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KNOX CORBETT LUMBER CO. noesucx Ann co. l t Q Mil E Sears' popularity with University Students is really an old story . . . always first with college- right sportswear and sports equipment for men and women . . . always a favorite with budget- right low prices. You can ALWAYS Shop at Sears and Save. SEARS ROEBUCK and CO. 81 North Sixth Avenue TUCSON, ARIZONA INIARY LOU TURNER RALPH SIMONS, C. I. MARTIN' Printers of the 1950 Desert, the Students' Hand Book and the Arizona Grid Review .... Quality, promptness and dependability. BETTS PRINTING CO. X 1 sf' ' 51-1 1 , , 0 J 1 l - - l Rich, full-bodied milk . . . Drink l-leolthtul recreotion. . .good sports- if ClOily fOr health Gnd Strength monslf1ip...on Tuc:son's finest bowl- . . . mg 'C"leS"' si-iAMRooK DAIRY I SPEEDWAY LANES ' nc' 1240 North stone Phone 3-8674 P. O. Box 870 For Reservations Dial 3-2632 - if 121-ffm-112 1-1ff'1 'f f : i f f 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 f 2 I 2 212222122212232322a2z2a:z:e:z2as2z2e:a a s f. 1315I5-3151515EEE3E32523EZE322EiEEEQEZEQEQEQEEZEQEQEQEQEQE2312222522222E22gi22522235EQEQEQE55225E3225551E52325222222E32QEQEZEQEQEQE553E11rfisE23553532332525E5E5E3EgEQ53ig1,,, ,.,, I . ' "' ' ' . 55535235335252323E5E5E5E5E5E5E5E5E:' g , .dis f 'i5i2ii f52f151E2?51?15' -f ' --1, fag , ,. 21512 --f '-----' , -"' gift'-:.1,f . ---- if :ggQgf,f: gg2,, - A i. ' ' V wifi if ...........,,..,,.. ,.., .,........ Q50 0NTIAU See the doshing new Cotolino , . . Chiettoin or Streornliner models . . . G-M Hydromotic Drive! . . . the most beautiful thing on wheels HACKETT 8: WHITING MOTCR CO. 38 EAST ALAMEDA -342- Western hospitolity . . . thot's the Pioneer, of course . . . o fovorite with students ond townspeople olike. . . it's olwoys fun to go to the Pioneer for nice otmosphere ond good food. PIONEER HOTEL Stone and Pennington ARIZONA FLOUR MILLS 177 Toole Avenue Tucson Serving Southern Arizono with live- stock feed ond flour since l87l An Arizono Stor speciolized feed for every type of livestock. Your Plymouth Headquarters in Tucson BEAUDRY MOTOR COMPANY CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 847 North Stone Phone 3-0534 XY if-:,E5"'k Outstanding among builders in the Southwest . . . construction CaterinQ TO the needs Of .both work ot durability and beauty. the, exggriegied and the 'Hex' perienc ri r . . . SUNDT C + +. C DIAMOND X RIDING STABLES Ons 'UC 'On 0' TANQUE VERDE Rom: RUTH JOHNSON, VANCE TAYLOR E . L , HFUIHES 'lift :.l'N1li-l l 1521.2 l - . I :gg - y . is . i I , ii " " ' If : -:'2 ' lil' " IH Y , Y, A jl'f .z wr 77' Confidence counts when you buy. . . . lt's yours when you seek 'fi diamontds, silver and watches Drop in for O Coke or have your ' ' ' G prescription tilled by trained . h ' ' . . . euPToN s JEWELRY co. Tec "'C'C"'S 90lVz EAST THIRD S. T. ED. LITT DRUG STORE Western living in an atmos- phere of solid comfort, gra- cious hospitality. Rooms with individually controlled air- conditioning and heating, pri- vate balconies overlooking the city and nearby mountains. Excellent cuisine. Grand service. Overlooking downtown Tucson. . . luxurious ond modern sur- roundings odd to the comfort of your visit to . . . HOTEL THE MAIN LOBBY has been designed and furnished for your convenience relaxation and com THE fort. We want you to enjoy it. You'll meet old friends and make new ones in an atmosphere of quiet dignity and good taste-truly your living room in a Westem setting Meeting the needs of discriminating people . . . for gifts ond flowers it's the . WESTERNER FLOWER and GIFT SHOP F3 .as fi ri J .5 if E MEN'S WEAR .C s 'X fa SAM R. KAUFMAN HOTEL WESTERNER tg, IADE P' 14 E A ww -.,. M1 jd'.,:M3'r'Y.i 5 H-Eff' 5,3 42? i, , S '-J-QMS. vn'w,,. M, 4' T. N 'fi-vt --115' ' a 'KM Gr- WSI W Open Pit Mining of . 8 my I 'r 1-1. , , ,, 3 1 , , J 5?-ljifv L. -, twig -4 I 4.,. ft fcrrlvk -JPL: .- if z wx "..- , v 1' .sy . it v., -if -P l Aa c f 12' 'P' 5, f A., K i i .R 'Ji' I fy.. .' FL. -. -i -I 4 ,, ,,,'.W 'ff - -,N ' if pgy, 'm, 'J M ,.PpNj, A ' '31, -.P --.- , N 1. Ar L '- INSPIRATION CONSOLIDATED COPPER MINING COMPANY JACKIE DE BOLT, ANNE JOHNSON, PEGGY LYERL Answering the loundry needs of,Tucson with swift, sonitory service . . . conveniently loccited . . . coll City Loundry tor prompt pick-up ond delivery .... CITY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS Protessionol prescription service . . . complete tountoin . . . comerci supplies . . . quolity toiletries. Stores throughout the Tucson oreo, giving the dependoble sort ot service cittributed especicilly to . . . MARTIN DRUG CO. ' I I V Jo BROXVN Feoturing the tomous I. Miller Three U. of A. grods to serve you better shoes ond other well-known ot the "GentIemon's Corner." nomes in tootweor . . . GUILD HOUSE DAVE BLOOM AND SONS V ..t. . "'i" ', ".L9'f' Sk. - I , K-,,, . fsffw- 3-uf .,.,-.fdrflifrw Dernond the best in doiry products . . The Iotest in equipment ond sonitotion . . . Visit our new plont. SUNSET DAIRY HAROLD TOVREA, lX'1AXINE KULONOVITCH The Finest Cor in the Low Price Field . . Choose your l95O Chevrolet ot . . . O'RlELLY MOTOR COMPANY r ilu C mtiiil-list -?' GRETCI-IEN KIECKHEFER Th f' t t Y C ' e mes Core or our rownmg For lndion jewelry expertly wrought Glory . . . Monicure, Shampoo, Finger , "' , by experienced crottsrnen . . . moke Wove. You will look your best otter . your selection ot . . . o visit to . . . TI-IELMA'S BEAUTY SHOP Cl-AY LOCKETT'5 -349- Spring ond summer find this shop f-f7s-X well prepored to teoch the tirst BILL FINGER lessohs in high foshion - u I Tucson's shop ot distinction for both d women . . . MAE vos men an 22 NORTH SCOTT STREET ANDY ANDERSONS. Ltd- When Mom ond Dod drop in, bring them Everything for the smoker . . . fornous to the Geronimo tor o pleosont stoy . . . bronds in toboccos, pipes ond other Iocoted two blocks from compus . . . occessories . . . GERONIMO HOTEL DAMSKEY'S -350- The complete wordrobe for men ond women con be found of . . . ,. 7 , "X Tucson my . Q Delicious food . . . Courteous serv ice . . . Friendly otmosphere . . SAN CARLOS CAFE - Mm ,M ni YM .xy W ,rumsornmis - If Egjffiosvigm Well known by U. of A. students for over 35 yeors. UNIVERSITY' DRUG CO. -351.. L.. ss .i. . . --,:- 5 f1- 'gfowo Ziacfulizzze Siam fx ' X-. FX-N 'X X .,,:.:. e ff ,A W X M swear Complete Home Furnishings 75 WEST CONGRESS STREET ond Appliances Phone 2-7461 E For connoisseurs of fine stoples, TUCSOVYIS OUIY linen SUIUPHSVS - - - superior fresh foods . . . The con- The utmost in cleanliness ond cern which hondles The best convenience. For oil your linen known bronds is . . . needs coll . . . BAFFERT-LEON COMPANY HASKELL LINEN SUPPLY CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS 301 South Park Ave. -352- 125-TON TROLLEY BATTERY LOCOMOTIVE with train of ore cars en route to the Concentrator from the Morenci Open Pit Mine. This standard gauge track laid with 133-pound rail is on a right-of-way cut into the cliffs far above the roadway of U. S. Highway 666 running alongside Chase Creek in the Canyon below. ouing The pioneers who patiently sought the min- eral treasures of the West and the men who, with them, opened up the mines, provided the capital and assisted in getting the finished product to market, truly had the faith needed to move moun- tains. Of such were the men who first developed the Copper mines at Morenci. Started in the early 1870s, first development of the mines called for all the energy, courage and resourcefulness that vision and initiative could summon. A prodigious task this, in a Wild region that had echoed to the War Whoops of the murderous Apaches only a few years before the mines were opened. But those pioneers, looking ever to the future, believed that the mountains of ore they labored to move would be needed by our fast ex- panding country. Perhaps they foresaw the new- oun iaina born electrical age needing an abudant supply of cheap Copper that its benefits could accrue to the greatest possible number. In the years since then the rich ores have gone and now a new mining method is in full operation at Morenci. Each day more than forty-five thou- sand tons of ore is mined from the Open Pit Mine, and after the Copper is extracted by concentrating and smelting processes, it is shipped to the mar- kets of the world. Copper is one of those basic industries, the de- velopment of which has caused America to pros- per greatly. Far flung as is the Copper industry today, much is yet to come. Research and con- santly improved methods will enable the Red Metal to contribute in still larger degree to an ever higher standard of living in America. PHELPS DODGE CGRPORATION AJO BISBEE DOUGLAS MORENCI JEROME CLARKDALE Five Friendly Bcinlfs in Arizono BISBEE - DOUGLAS - PHOENIX - SCOTTSDALE - TUCSON SHAW-WALKER Steel Desks - Chairs - Safes Q I Filing Equipment - Wood Office Furniture D555 Office Supplies - Seals - Rubber Stamps Phone 4-3I I3 sT"""'E'1Y nn nuwfnmfigmcuiz 36 South Central Avenue I Phoenix Arizona -354- XIII PHOENIX PRESCOTT ARIZONA BILTMORE PARADISE INN TUCSON PHOENIX YUMA DIAMONDS..WATCHES..JEWELRY SILVER. .CLOCKS. .APPLIANCES Watch and Clock Repairing Engraving - Special Order Work 0 EASY CREDIT TERMS ' TUCSON PHOENIX YUMA A "Most Likely Establishing and maintaining a friendly, business-like relationship with a good bank is important to young men and women, particularly to those who aspire to become tomorrow's business and professional leaders. These young men and women who establish a banking connection by opening a savings account and adding to Succeed" 3 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 friendships of all sincere, ambitious young men and women. VAP:,'!:lEXC,,'F!,5,lll.fR!?',z?lE,,Q4SF''K -355- Fast delivery service and scientific methods assure our customers of safe and dependable service . .. ,ff UNIT LAUNDRY 81 DRY CLEANERS fr I-II' GRADS TO BE AND STUDENTS It you re looking for a rnodern e " Q, rf I .Qc ,. servant that won't cost rnuch Best in sandwiches and drinks . . Stop at Smithy's after the show. ELE SMITHY'S PENGUIN PUDDLE T H A T 'S M E I I Worlq for Less Than 3c PER HOUR The TUCSON GAS, CTRIC LIGHT 8: POWER C0 ' I One of the University's most populcir tree time meeting ploces . . . the swim- ming pool ot Tucson's friendly Associotion . . . insured for the public protection . . . sofe ogoinst loss . . . TUCSON FEDERAL SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION EL CONOUISTADOR HOTEL :z is as ss ms n mn :-: V. wus ! ' as I- H H N It H mi: :ig H Y' D K B H W V- Si MM: .. ., L S 1 at msn--Www H M 1 -ix 1 I 5 Y :IH K: W at A iss vi The best in furniture costs no more cnt the . . . in A-My , .,.. -f-A-f f- V V -, FURNITURE CO. Inc. ' A TITLE INSURANCE ESCROWS ARIZONA LAND TITLE AND TRUST CO. A Complete, Efficient Title Service 47 N. Church Sf. Dial 2-3311 E w,.,h W M 'iw N P? Tgi., l A H HHWHES H Ewen? ,vie w mg? I I 1- 11-X , 13 F Distinctive footwear for the particular coed. LEWIS SALON SHOES Your clothes are handled with the utmost care. . quickly . . safely . .at TUCSON LAUNDRY 81 DRY CLEANERS 55 E. Pennington Phone 4-I632 Tel- 3'75ll THAT ADDED TOUCH, WITH FLOWERS LANGERS FLORAL SHOP Stone G' Pennington Dial 2-4638 GLASS . . . MIRRORS STORE FRONTS SOUTHWESTERN SASH and DOOR CO., Inc - For better foods shop at . . . RINCON MARKET Hawthorne St. at Martin Ave Phone 3-3689 Courtesy of PLACE 8: PLACE ARCHITECTS 9 N. Grossetta Ave. Over the years, a record of effi- cient service and satisfied cus- tomers . . . for dwellings, lots or income property . . . ROY DRACHMAN REALTY CO. U. of A. Fraternities and Soror- ities Have Been Satisfied by Our Service for Many Years. SOUTHWESTERN WHOLESALE GROTCERY ll TOM INGLIS FLOWERS 2362 E. Broadway Dial 2-4643 Tucson, Arizona . C I'!JVl7X1TCJ CHIPS Sslsi' 10 Q-IQ SPVS T 190 y L 29c ARIZONA FOOD PRODUCTS 'L If It Was a University Activity Q KEN SHARP WAS TI-IERE As the 1950 Desert is completed, there is time to pause and recall for a moment the many sources which have combined to produce your book. If the walls of Room 14, Old Main, could speak, they would tell of the many and varied events of the year. All of these events took place in such a short time, and now that it is over, I am grateful for the wonderful experience of putting out the book, for the friends that have been made, and for the fun it has been. A little sadly I recall the many memories which have been connected with the planning and producing of the book-some were gay, a few were gruesome, After a busy year, I realize how the many details of getting out a book were made easier and more pleasant by the wonderful cooperation which I received from so many people. Much credit goes to Ken Sharp for his tireless hours of taking and printing pic- tures so that we could meet our deadlines, both at Christmas and in the spring. A million thanks go to Beverly Clark, who, as assistant editor, was always willing to work and to carry out any last-minute requests, to Stan Fabe, art editor, for doing the art division pages and cover for the 1950 Desert, to Bunny Ojeda for devoting part of her Easter vacation in order to finish the student index, to Bert Dickinson for working during Easter vacation and for writing sports copy when- ever needed, to Nancy Knight for identifying innumerable unknown pictures, to Miriam Hamilton who managed our efficient office staff, and to the section editors for their assistance with the scheduling of pictures and writing of copy. To the enti1'e staff of the 1950 Desert, many thanks, it would have been an impossibility without every one of you. In the actual production end of the Desert, my deepest gratitude goes to Mr. Hollis of the Hollis Engraving Company for all of his assistance and advice throughout the year and for his fine cooperation in speeding up all of our engraving work, to Mr. Betts and all the men at the Betts Printing Company for their cooperation and superior quality of workmanship and for helping us in every way to get the book out on time, and to the Arizona Trade Bindery for the fine cover and binding of our book. There are still others who have helped in many ways and to whom we are very grateful- Mr. Don Phillips, our adviser, with his willing and ever-ready assist- ance and moral support, Stub Ashcraft for his patience and advice, and the innumerable people who assisted whenever needed, and often on short notice. To all these people, who helped produce the 1950 Desert, A MILLION THANKS. And to all who will read the book, we have made various changes and have tried to compile a well-rounded preview of our campus and college life and interests. and may you enjoy it as greatly as we have enjoyed organizing and publishing it. LORENA DE SANCTIS. - 360 - --1'-1' -1 ' 1 1 Y ' ' ' Y ' ' " H" WM' " ' . : W i ff?" i"""":" l " "' nwifk' ' 535Ti3'7iETIi5g-Bid ' 2 pci? " '35 r 'figf-.1g111:,1ggQi5l?51: I I . ..j.v11.l.:3L ' 'M' " 1 ' ' A g , 1 .,1. ' ' .Q ii ' " ' " , 1 L 1 - 5 'A j 1 . ' 1 . M . R' .. ' 7 i ' KJ 1 11 .. -1' 1 pp- wg .Y-aj: Q Q. ' H - " .13 f' A' 11.111 , , , I f, - - - 1 K V 1 .-1 ' 11-- ,. . .- .. 1 - 1 1 , - I 5 - 1 " ' - 1 11 -1.1v11 ,. , rl - 1 .. 1 . - 7.1 L .,l, . - 1 I V Y-. . -- - V ' ., Y , V 'V ' Y' ' 4 .:-n '.. - 1- 1- -- 'f1! - fi-1 1 ,. ' jg A . - 4. V VV -1 - - +1 J. - K " - .. ,gd 1 1.11 1-1 ,..w. 1 '1 I -f- - . ' - . f jf?" .11 Z "Ji 2 . -. 1 ' ' ' 1 111 A' ' 1. ru- ' . .. , ,1 1 1. ,11.. W' ' . '. - 1 , X 4 '- A -T-. R -141:11 . 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