University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

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'L V ..'4'ff'i1g "'9.. .- ' " 3 ' 511' F. -LE lwbu I , gvwvez, wAvvfmmaxf fHa, , X 1-Q- fm. , wg, ,. 'f - Q ,,,, Q, ,P-.1 5 'F' ' 1 7" JFQ5 J ' '4R"" Z x. " L : fajw , --.zfffi W .-rg 74 Q, icd lon This 1951 edition of The Desert is dedicated to Donald E. Phillips, class of 128, head of the University of Arizona press bureau, chairman of the Associated Students' publication committee and adviser to The Desert staff. Mr. Phillips has served as head of the press bureau since 1935 and in these years he has been a devoted friend and steady counsellor of every student on the various publications. Hundreds who have gone out from this University remember him with affection, just as the staff of the 1951 Desert will remember him. Mr. Phillips is the holder of the Helms Foundation Award, which is given annually for outstanding sports promotion by the American College Public Relations Association. It is a treasured honor to men in his profession. We too honor him for his integrity, his ability, and for the devotion which he reflects in the countless hours and the unceasing effort he gives to all University promotion. There are no better Words, we think, in which to say this, than: "Thanks, Donfa 1 ! V r I 1 t 3 . - e r I A ,Iyr r J 7 YN, fffb lx I W 1 ! I ,- - ' f 14 1 f , f , , ' 'Jani xii' V 'V If .-A':' 1 In J ,"' 'EL .-s ' -dj .',' ji lfikgl,-:' X,--.lbfvilgggfi-I, 'dar ' 11: i:Q',A'f,ff',g,f.":Q t . The Desert isffgitf'efiftitejftseimit ot the Uiiivetsitfl ot Pttimoiia. Yet sjeats ithfzls tjiqidiiigdits ot utiiv etsity iiie mid has desetioedtheq the sttideiits mid the tzictdtsf . This year jfaebbihpiisii ati evexi mote impott-mit mission. 'YheI.E,tifLtidtiitifiitxieigeiicy has changed the campus atihosyghetei mid sits,-Sivitii Qt detetiiiiiiatioii to tight tmtii GRA we have ex iiveelxfffdtidzgl:-ff.11'6k,Q'fU6S6f't is dedicated espeeizthy to O, ND CA the students iNhQ. .jQi15ted,l'!'die iightiiig, tot ees. 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Hg 45. if-E. is-QSM nga nm E 5 an M :mfs-rim asm-,'aM1'nm3'2w.H. -watsfrne Mt ff -nm-' it if am. - if x an H gr lm m -my at-rf mr 'r.,,. sf- ,sw png- W ,T-xSf1:.Tg.,,.T hm- V H M. gf . ,mm-E L I E W A. E EN. E M E B Sie- H. ,.' Y,. - K Q ' frwd Y D' 'WH is-ms a Library . l:,'122 ' 'Wit 1 f it 2 .Z f ,Q rm Olive Walk 12 this cum us Out of the SouthWest's natural advantages and its geographic location in a desert setting just 66 miles from the Mexican border and 500 miles inland from the Pacific Coast, the University of Arizona has developed into the leading institu- tion of higher learning in the state it serves, and has gained leadership among its neighboring colleges and universities of the West. It has served 6,300 resi- dence students this past year, aided by the services of a faculty and staff of 600, Whose teaching and research are carried on in ten major colleges and associated schools and departments. The present physical plant valuation of this state uni- versity is S1-4,000,000, which includes a campus of 85 acres and 42 major struc- tures. The University of Arizona has been progressive since its origin 65 years ago, when the university of two colleges, mines and agriculture, opened classes to a mere 31 students. r- -JW vase asa '- give- ."m3's1lmna-zwjwi'll1g"""-3" ww :Wg . H- ,aw .- ww, . . . Farris sW.s,EI:,ggH-- -sgws W- gaussian -W in nm, .115 ., is E 'miigff vwgmss. B- gamma was .mms -mam: An impressive addition to the campus was made last fall when the million-dollar Liberal Arts classroom and office building opened its doors to students. This struc- ture houses together for the first time the entire Liberal Arts faculty, and its classrooms will seat 2,300 students at one time. Outstanding features of this modern edi- fice include an acoustically perfect auditorium which holds 640 personsg a large humanities reading roomg several Well-equipped laboratoriesg and impressive use of marble in its construction. I and .,3M-4x- A mv vi . 1. K. . , . Liberal Arts .in :mms sr as is xmas-is is mum:-an an '-m 'KS UIIRAL' ARIS Old K mn Cited for excellency in the fields of archaeology, astronomy, dry- climate agriculture, mining engineering, and inter-American rela- tions, the University of Arizona offers these as leading study advan- tages. Numerous members of its faculty and research staff have received national and international acclaim. Outstanding reputations are vested in Dr. A. E. Douglass, inventor of the tree-ring method of determining climatic cycles, and Dr. Margaret Cammack Smith, who discovered- the cause and removal of mottling in the enamel of human teeth. Outdoor Arizona provides out-of-classroom fields of study for the Universityas students. Arizona copper mines provide finished labo- ratories for students in mining, great irrigation project dams are near-by study projects for agricultural and engineering students, and the nationis finest research has been done in dry-climate agriculture at the Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station, where agricultural students study and aid in the development of irrigation projects for the fertile valleys of the state. Courses in Latin-American cultures are complete, and national observances of the near-by republics are marked in the activities of students of Spanish and Portuguese, their programs filled with the national and native songs and dances of Mexico.. The University of Arizona has the most cosmopolitan student body in the Southwest. In the current year it represents nearly every state of the nation, the District of Columbia, and thirty foreign lands. This factor has prompted the interchange of ideas between students throughout the United States and those of foreign countries. 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Over the past several years with the establishment of new funds from which scholarships are derived, the scholarship potential has been greatly enhanced, and several individual grants now reach as high as 81,200 plus tuition and fees annually. Two of the most recent scholar- ship additions include the James Baird account, which annually provides for twenty-five new scholarships of S400 for students with exceedingly high grades in high school, and the Standard Oil Company donation, which offers four schol- arships at 35500 each. An increasing number of the outstanding high school graduates are taking advan- tage of these scholarships. Last fall more than 100 high school seniors were given non-athletic awards. Every county and most of the civic communities of the state are represented by scholarship students. The committee on scholarships still Wants more applications, every year they inform high school principals and other school leaders and alumni of the scholarship possibilities at the University of Arizona. Widespread are the fields in which scholarships are offered. In fact, no academic field of the Universityis curricula is overlooked in the distribution of these study funds. Aid is also given undergraduate and graduate students: grants of' 31,000 each for eight undergraduate students, and 31,200 plus tuition and fees for two graduate students are provided annually by the Phelps Dodge Corporation. Other awards range from registration fees up to as much as 8300, grouped as miscel- laneous and grants of assistance to students. Through its scholarships, the University of Arizona offers an open road to school- ing to the state's high school graduates who have made high records among their fellows in scholarship, leadership, character, and service. 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' 'QQ 5 GWR" .43 X Q' 'iff-11-'Q ' ,, M' , 'iff-K., LQ Vs -F K Y - .f ,, Y , 1 ,. W Q L I ,Z ,, . 9 9 . J, A ' Q5 . I AL, QW N Q--,Mn ' missed - A 1, I m Q W P . ,.s 1. V 1 Lf 'fx 1' '1- ,I S Museum The University of Arizona can now boast of one of the finest stadiums in the entire Southwest. The new south stadium addition, completed for the 1950 football season, in- creased the seating capacity from 14,000 to 24,000, and provided room for two modern. men's dormitories, Navajo and Pinal, halls, which house 166 men. The University is looking toward the future by constructing a million- dollar Student Union Building, in- cluding a cafeteria, a dance hall, and numerous associated student and publication offices which will be opened next fall, and a modern power plant nearby. VVomen's Building to work Power Plant C 1? ,ggi if in ff 3 H gl - .H 5 'W' 2: 2 ., Q , 11 3 J ' ' :N nm, 'L ' s M . , . W .xg nz, 5,51 5 ,- 1M ' if 5 5 245255 M f 1 M ,V Tw E ..13... Student Union Building Construction and to 112161 . I'- 3, :va- ,J 14 . ADMI ISTRA T10 w "19"' The Pefesicientis M essazge The 1951 DESERT is a record of this year,s activities and accomplishments. It will be treas- ured by all of us Who have lived and Worked at the University of Arizona this past year. College years are among the happiest years of one7s life, and I hope that this past year has been a very pleasant one for each of you. To all of you, may I express my warmest greetings. To the members of the senior class I extend my best Wishes for your success in the years to come. I have not had the opportunity to become acquainted with all of you, but if those of you Whom I have come to know personally are representative of the group, the Class of 1951 is indeed a nice class. I shall follow your careers with great interest. You have my best Wishes always. 4 Board of Regents Successful in their careers and leaders in their communities and the state, members of the governing body of the University come from various sections of Arizona and constitute the Board of Regents of the University and State Colleges of Arizona. Responsible for the operation of the University and two state colleges, the Board's authority constitutes the privilege to set up governing regulations, designate administrative and teaching staffs, establish student tuition and fees, approve instruction courses, and award degrees and diplomas. Their task in governing the operation of the state,s institutions of higher learning is one that demands many hours of attention. Their regular and special meetings bring them together in almost every month of the year, and they give consideration to all matters pertaining to the institutions, operations. The Board consists of eight appointive members who serve eight-year terms, and two ex-officio members, the Governor of the state, and the state superintendent of public instruction. ew as: Me E E a ,- We gms .gg ggumgh Eiiaaea a ,na -is Left to right: Standing-W.. R. Matthews, Marion L. Brooks, John G. Babbitt, John M. Jacobs, Mrs. Eveyn Jones Kirmse Michael B. Hodges. , ?Zated-I3YIm M- Laney Csecfefafyls Cleon T. Knapp Qpresidentj, Governor Howard Pyle, Walter B. Bimson 'easurer . ..21.. .W Q' meaM7fm 'Us 9lE3g'.Q'3--Weiiggfa Sm is fes..se4aaQeaE H A . mamma nz is n e DR. ROBERT NUGENT, Vice-President A. LOUIS SLONAKER, Dean of Men MRS. VENICE LINDSAY, Dean of WVomen dministrative c me S? .W f l "Q" CH Graduate M L ANDEBSOXS XOHN ,' xr OHGX Univ 6YS1tY Comp NAA 4 is VOSSKUHLER MAX P' ' C1'Sity Extension Direcwfa URW n Hicers -231 C. ZANER LESHER University Registrar a msg' -um- TRXBOLET an ' 2121.61 B I, an N me E H ., ' Y-X gs w Q E Wm E an .sp L, Q , W fs-vii, V- sl, hal fan im. as 5:8885 j E ,Y www fa Q M,M-a mm H new H E Mwmxgkggi Q ww. as lnamww ,U m 4 QW kwa'mBEma E B'f"n xmas?" gs :ss E Emmsis sa-saw x- mx-2 M sr sa 'amass B M s E. Q. sm ss ' m E ss DR. VICTOR H. KELLEY DR. B. ELEANOR JOHNSON JAMES F. MCKALE LEON R. MAGEE CHARLES U. PICKREL Dir. of Appointments Dir., Home Economics Dir. of Athletics Acting Supt. of Bldg. Sz Grounds Dir., Agr. Ext. Service 4 l Administrative Officials Alumni The purposes of the Alumni Association are to maintain contact with graduates and former students of the University, to pro- mote their interest in the institution, and to keep them in touch with their Alma Mater. The Association publishes "The Arizona Alumnus" six times during each school year. This publication keeps alumni in contact with the doings of former classmates and with the activities of the school. Students who graduate from the University now receive life membership in this organi- zation. In the alumni office in Old Main, many records of fo1'mer students a1'e available to anyone now or formerly associated with the University. A. Lee Lowery, as alumni secretary, plays an important role in keeping the alumni members well-informed about affairs of the University. Lee Lowery, Alumni Secretary 1 1: s H 3 X um. ., in 1. im 1- was Pxwsgn ,wa-' Y ,si lwzna l . an , H X l as W' Eg i ,i H - Y , n : ws is .. as .. W Jam? 'M W Mama 35552 E Maas flgwfemi. neges., BEER, a - as E . my gs'?w'f .,.,.,., Z , I ...fr 2' The editing of the Arizona Alumnus is the job of Margaret Windsor who is dis- cussing it with Rufu- lyn Andrew, a secre- tary in the Alumni office. Ioan Westlake, student as- sistant, Blance Luna, as- sistant in records depart- ment, and Mrs. Minna Bradley jones keep corre- spondence, records, and files up to date in the Alumni office. a wifi W' wffrwfgxa Illustrated information booklets are studied by Don Phillips, manager of the Press Bureau, Dorothy Lores, bureau secretary, and Max Henkel, sports press agent. Mrs. Venice Lindsay, manager of the Visual Aids Bureau, sets the clayis Work into operation with her staff.. Extension The Extension Division is made up of seven bureaus. The Correspondence Bureau en- rolls students from throughout the state. Commencement and lecture requests that come for speakers from the entire state are taken care of by the Lecture Bureau. The Play-loan Library is also under the extension division. The Press Bureau han- dles the mountains of publicity which benefit the University each year. The job of the Publications Bureau is to see that pub- lications such as bulletins and catalogs are printed for the Universityis use. The Visual Aids Bureau's task is to handle film both for consumption inside the University and for outstide distribution. The Radio Bu- reau produces several Weekly programs and does an excellent job. The Extension classes are also under the Extension Di- vision, which is ably directed by Mr. Max Vosskuhler. A test run is made in the Radio Bureau by Paul Yeazell, center, assistant to Ben Markland, bureau manager, and several students. gms as-m an Q.. as saga-'M Eg aa K ROOSEVELT DAM ASSOCIATED STUDENTS imp:- mn asa., ' dent Vice-Yfesl Xdfnan 1 Dave Fe Officers ASUA president, Don Butler, led the student body through a very successful year. Don, who has been a member of Bobcats, Sophos, president of Chain Gang, president and secretary of the IFC, vice president of Pacific Student President's Association, Alpha Zeta, Whois Who, and a member of SAE, organized the first High School Day and the student senate composed of class officers. Don Butler, Student Body President F Secfetafy Son 7 PM Law , 4 E i aiu awe BOARD OF CO TROL 1 U is gli K E . gi ,, . . .1 ,. . X .. rf q 1, . ' . ii sara , V n nun gin, stamens A eau " ms sa E . W ET .ii E Y U a -5- ami! K' A Pas-me fr a a -. .. .,,- .. ,, - wi a .sm-1 A -a -aaa Irs: 'c'lPY1 : :K -:- l .. M4 1: in lv -w ' .. '.'.'- 2:1 -:-':-: 1,29 3' IF FI El 23 55 .:z1:!21wagE Left to right: Dean Slonaker, Blakeslee, M., Tribolet, C., Feldman, D., Butler, D., McNulty, J., Lawson, P., Lowery, L. Associated Student Council The STUDENT COUNCIL is made up of the A. S. U. A. officers, A. VV. S. president, one senior council member, three junior council members, and the Crad- uate Manager, who keeps the written minutes. The council is a spokesman for student af- fairs, problems, grievances, and suggestions of student groups. It appoints the committee chair- men, the yell leaders, and the manager of each student activ- ity as provided for in the Con- stitution. The Student Council has final decision in case of a contested election. :e-E .m B xi ' The BOARD OF CONTROL super- vises all aspects of student ac- tivity and approves the finances allotted to each group. This board has full power of dispo- sition and appropriation of all funds of the Associated Students. At the end of each semester the Graduate Manager receives a budget from the manager of each division and submits it to the Board, which goes over it and makes the final decisions. He also oversees the functions of the Associated Students and helps schedule all sports events on campus. ' T 5 as wayne mum- -we -.-.flag-ff, wp? Q-.-1.-Q-am-,,.f it as xx x. is ea EEE . wage w me : rx me . MW.: 1 it MZ. Left to right: Quigley, D., Blakeslee, M., Tribolet, C., Johnson, A., Butler, D Tolson, B., Lawson, P.g Feldman, D. Not present: Bailey, B. - ss 5 X. 5 , COMMITTEES Bookstore The Bookstore Committee Worked with the bookstore manager, studying Ways in which students may be better served. Working on the committee this year were: Front row-Thompson, T., Holmes, 1. Qchairmanl. Back row-Howlett, M., Mitchell, A., Horton, A. Fountain The Fountain Committee studied the fountain facilities and made recom- mendations to the Student Council which would improve the service to the student body. Front row-Stanley, P., Dalton, I. Back row-McDuff, I. fchair- manjg Adams, N. Social Life The Social Life Committee su- pervised all the school functions approved by the University. Its Kieckhefer, C., Miss Hyde, Udell, B., jenkins, V. Back row Hood, T., Ciochetti, T., Hill, B. Cchairmanj, Werbelow, J. members were: Front row- STUB ASHCRAF T, Activities Coordinator and Publications Manager A Wei! "fri 'I -,: .-IVV, H7 Q Zfyifw- PHIL MCLAUCHLIN, Financial Manager gag-ami DON SOLDWEDEL, SWEDE JOHNSON, F0H11ff1111 Manager Assistant Graduate Manager ...31- Assembly The Assembly Committee was responsi- ble for the Mom and Dadis Day assembly and all other University as- semblies this year. Members included: First row-Seaman, H4 Stute, 1.5 Ward, C. Second row-Clatworthy, D.g De- Sanctis, R. Qchairmanjg Harris, D. L W4 PSE? Campus Chest The Campus Chest conducted a campaign for funds and recommended the method of distribution to the Student Council. Members this year were: Mulchay, P. fchairmanjg Flickinger, D.g Hunger, S. Not present: Reidy, D. - ' E+ Pl Artist Series The Artist Series Committee worked with the faculty committee and selected the artists who will appear at the University during the next academic year. Members Were: First row-Levy, P.5 Rabinowitz, D. Second row-Flood, B.g Williams, B. Qchairmanjg McNulty, Graduate Managers office: Wolgast, B.g Kimble, B.5 Edwards, D.g McNulty, 1.3 Rothschild, L. .1 -33- ' Assocz L-ek to iight-. Seatedfvhw YmXaXcesXee, Qxesidentg Lama Ckxiagevci, vice-Qiesideut. Standmgfwaiy Sbekeubexgei, tteasuxexg Gmce Twitch, secxetaoj. ' cl W owen Students Me -34,-1 A.W.S., under authority delegated by the Dean of Women, fosters campus activities, formulates policies, sets and maintains social standards, and carries out such regulations as are necessary for happy, efficient life together. It aims at neither student government nor government by the ad- ministration, but rather at a balance between the two-community government. Every Woman automatically becomes a member of A.W.S., the largest womenis organization on campus, as soon as she registers at the University of Arizona. w H H H -, '..W.Jas aa Left to 11ght: First row-Shellenberger, M., Cablutzel, C Wilhams, L Fauell G Levine, N Evans I Romero, E Boeblngei, A. Second row-Widelitz, B., Eisenhart, E., Goede, B Clemens, M Mendenhall, A Mitakawa, B Third row Blakesley, M., Stagner, L., Heckleman, T., Chiapetti L Emeison, F Saunders, M Johnson A JI jig? ff E- v fiiev exkg Buck, vice-Qxesidemg Beige Xoxxes, 'seas aiguio, Qxgedxdesyc, Luke Bfblei, sectetacg . K YOKN ogo G Yiwu Staxxdkogfi I1 Mei' The Seemingly Endless Owleezl Uf Registration Gm, fi me-f-, x ,sr , 5:23 ' W, , Sitting-Kurt Storch, presidentg Ioan Adams, vice-president. StElHC1illg1D0111l21 Flickenger, secretaryg Chuck O. Lee, treasurer. Sophomores ,W L1 X w Spurs 'D' . 0? 9. Q i -, . Y , I W ' -,, L ., Af - . s Q 16 T . , . , , " , 1 . -. N it -' .V ' , K 1 . , ' . V , f l' 5 Q A I 9 f 0 0 in . V. V V, 'ff - V - ...N i N W 9 il- 'f ' . . 4- - .. . , ..., .H im :w r-125: --::- 4 1--:- f .. . ' A' . I A - l "" , .::1' This year,s membership in SPUBS, national sophomore women's honorary, consisted of: Seated- Lent, B., Smith, F., Harris, S., Bradley, A., Fennemore, M., Mendenhall, A., Hill, M. L., Lea, N., Bidgood, P. Second row-McDuff, M., Scharbau, A., Harpst, T., Ekern, N., Sanders, M., Flickinger, D., Kenney, S., Trohan, C., Moore, D., Thomas, M., DeBolt, J. Third row-Baum- gartner, S., Donohoe, S., VVire, D. A., Rumic, R. M., Emerson, F., Rees, -I., Crawford, P., VVest- gard, P., McNabb, M. Crutchfield, B., Wilson, M., Downer, P., Abrams, C., Mulcahy, P. The Spurs had an active year ushering at the games, taking care of Freshman lVeek, and conduct- ing activities on "A" Day. Sophos I The SOPHOS, national honorary for sophomore men, had in its membership the following: Seated-Armstrong, B., Flickinger, K., Coodson, -I., Smith, C., Niewold, D., Shields, C., Kem- meries, B. Second row-Haga, D., Redfield, I., Schachner, J., Beer, P., john, B., Weisbord, M., Cohen, M., Hayes, I., Stanton, A. Third row-Biese, D. Higbee, C., Breckenridge, D., Wofford, W., Burns, S., F enter, D., Austin, A., Quigley, J., Kaplan, S., VVatson, H. The Sophos took part in making the card stunt section at the football games a success and participated in many other campus activties. -39- .ka sian- fl! yvhv . FU' Sitting-Beverly Clark, secretaryg Iack Armstrong, presideutg Standing-Bill Over, vice-presidentg Jane E. Evans, f1'621Sll1'61' uniors , 'b" i-is we w J" 010 S iw Sing andy other C XneY1 5015i k and EWS V-3 C65 ' ngei, S" SQOD 11 Wee Q el-ACTH: A Hu emi S Xxoiloraiilld Eihesigixg hclk? Sxljieleinbet gel, . , WOIU . g U3 ZBUH 7 611 7 "' fSTz1Q'fii.?ige of jffifilifigxfxglg, MN-Hsfliioi, P-- -e 1 beY5 f gif' iifinsiwipfinsecoiifiaiicif not P1656 C 'JY 1 . HUXU 7 West, X.-v v l Chain Gang, junior meifs honorary, had for its members: First Row-Dalton, I., Booth, J., Schmidt, E., Hazeltine, I., Bohn, L., Reid, D., Carl, S., Hanbacher, I. Second Row-Quigley, D., Guthrie, F., Towne, D., Ebert, D., Pusher, R., Hunt, S., Werbelow, I., Ciochetti, T. Third Row, Bailey, B., Bittorf, C., Amster, H., Burch, D., Shafton, B., Stanish, T., Guilbert, W., Wood, L. Some of their many functions included welcoming visiting football teams, helping with the card stunt section, Homecoming, and serving at various University picnics. 141.- FST TBGY eff 5 Day' BABE' -3 '7 be Unixleis at mail -M I -Elvnaxls, 'S Chmn ang Sitting-Betty Udall, treasurerg Angus MacNider, vice-president Standing-Roman DeSanctis, presidentg Pat O'Pmie11y, secretary. Seniors Mortar Board lVlORTAB BOARD, a national sen- ior womenss honorary, aimed to promote interest in campus ac- tivities and service to the uni- versity. Members were: First row-Johnston, K., Lawson, P., Blakeslee, M., Ojeda, M. Sec- ond rovv-Madrid, S., McNabb, K., Condit, A., Seabury, S. Blue Key BLUE KEY, a national honorary service fraternity for upperclass- men, studied student problems and aimed to make suggestions for their solution. Members Were: First row-Charles, B., Clawson, E., Perkins, S., Hood, T. Second row-Tolson, B., Mc- Nulty, I., Williams, B., Roths- child, L. Third row-Evans, D., Stubbs, B., DeSanctis, B., Holmes, I., Irwin, I., Cooder, D. Not present-Wolgast, E., Gil- bert, M., Guinn, H. Bob Cats BoBcATs, senior menis honorary limited to a membership of thir- teen, had as its purpose the un- dertaking of any policy which was in the best interests of the University of Arizona. Members Were: First row-Feldman, D., Barrios, M., Rosen, H., Stein- heimer, D. Second row-Tol- ley, I., Finger, B., Evjen, H., Waugh, I. Third row-McDuff, I., Butler, D., Hill, B., Vasey, C. ..43- HO'S WHO Members of WHo,s WHO were selected by the Student Council from outstanding students who qualified in scholarship, campus activities, and service to the Uni- versity of Arizona. The students chosen this year were: First row-McNabb, K., Condit, A., Madrid, S. Second row-Butler, D., O'Hielly, P., Seabury, S., Walton, S. Third row-VVaugh, I., McDuff, I., Perkins, S., Charles, B. Fourth row-Holmes, I., Blakeslee, M., Tolson, B., Evans, D. Fifth row-Feldman, D., Gilbert, M., Irwin, I., Cosulich, G., Udell, B., Johnson, L., Lawson, P., DeSanc- tis, R., Hill, B., Vasey, C. Not present-Rosenburg, R., Wolgast, E., Finger, B., Johnston, K., McNulty, -44- SAHUARO CACTUS COLLEGES Dr. Paul S. Burgess Agriculture The College of Agriculture at the Uni- versity of Arizona in common with all Land Grant institutions has three major functions -teaching on the campus, agricultural re- search, and extension or off-the-campus educational activities. This combination of activities serves the agricultural needs of the State in the best manner possible. Those Working in all of the agricultural areas of the State, the Extension staff, keep the research workers informed as to the most pressing problems needing attention from the experimental or research stand- point. They in turn acquaint the Exten- sion staff with results obtained in connec- tion with the experimental projects. Since the research staff members are also doing the campus teaching, the most recent proven findings of agricultural importance are constantly made a part of the classroom activities. 1, wx, .W r ,.,,. ,,,,. 1 ,r - '70 ew YJ Cf ery udge A group of aggies j white leghorns on the basis ' duction, in a of egg pro poultiy class at the Uni ' l 'cken Farm. versity C 11 The College is currently working on ap- proximately one hundred research projects. It is estimated that one of these, the breed- ing and selection of superior cotton varie- ties, Will increase this year the net returns to the cotton growers of the State much more than the cost of operating the entire University for the year. Irrigation, range management, semi-tropical fruit and vegetable production, soil man- agement and field crop production, insect and plant diseases and many other prob- lems common to the Southwest are in- ' the research and teaching eluded 111 activ College. ities of the 'X Mr. Frank E. Todd, of the United States Department of Agriculture bee research laboratory, tells Dr. L. A. Ca1'ruth and his entomology class how to handle bees and the importance of bees in the pollination of many Arizona crops. The textiles testing class of the Home Economics School watches the score made by a piece of muslin on the breaking strength machine. Agriculture OAK CREEK CANYON . . . COCONINO COUNTY tt., Ee, Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: - 48 - Alfonso A. Aguirre, Tucson, Arizona, Emily Algiurc, Tucson, Arizona, Clinton Allen, Benson, Arizona, Marvin H. Allred, Tucson, Arizona, Jean Carol Ama- long, Tucson, Arizona, Verla C. Barbour, Tucson, Arizona, William H. Beck, Tucson, Arizona, Lawrence W. Berry, Roll, Arizona. Jeanne Binford, Los Angeles, California, Arline E Bishop, Phoenix, Arizona, Williaiii T. Blackledge Tucson, Arizona, John A. Booth, Tucson, Arizona, Harry G. Boyle, Pima, Arizona, Erskine E. Bridges, Charlotte, Texas, Ida Margaret Brown, San Carlos, Arizona, Donald Butler, Carpinteria, California. James A. Chastain, Glendale, Arizona, Austin Carol Chiles, Tucson, Arizona, James Edward Christiansen, Paul Spur, Arizona, Lora Gene Clawson, Tucson. Arizona, Anne M. Clayton, Webster Groves, Missouri, Alice Blanche Condit, Tucson, Arizona, Richard Countryman, Tucson, Arizona, Gay Curtis, Thatcher, Arizona. John M. Davis, St. Johns, Arizona, J. M. Dewar Carpinteria, California, Raymond I. Dicleriksen, Tuc- son, Arizona, Dorothy Dodson, Phoenix, Arizona, J: W. Downey, Tucson, Arizona, Everett D. Edington, Thatcher, Arizona, John M. Edwards, Tucson, Ari- zona, Lee Escher, Tucson, Arizona. Victor Evans, Duncan, Arizona, Dan L. Finch, Scoi dale, Arizona, Barry Newell Freeman, Tucson, A zona, Harold VVeldon Furneaux, Tucson, Arizo: Henry Gonzales, Tucson, Arizona, Marian Green, E Francisco, California. Floyd C. Griffin, Jr., Globe, 11 zona, Bobbie Hall, Tucson, Arizona. Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Dave Harris, VVillcox, Arizona, Randall L. Hatch, Tucson, Arizona, Nancy Lee Hersey, Globe, Arizona, Beth Holladay, Tucson, Arizona, Marshall Humphrey, Phoenix, Arizona, F lorencio E. Hurtado, Tucson, Ari- zona, Frank A. Ivenz, Phoenix, Arizona, Peyton C. Jacobson, Tucson, Arizona. . Yetta Helen Katz, El Paso, Texas, Janet Kemp, Frank- fort, Indiana, D. Ted Kline, Tucson, Arizona, Betty Jeanne Johnson, Tucson, Arizona, Carroll Lamar, Tol- leson, Arizona, Joe Ben Lorance, Yuma, Arizona, Wil- liam M. McCall, Kingman, Arizona, Arlene C. Mc- Crum, Tucson, Arizona. Richard C. McCrun1, Portland, Maine, Herbert H. McDonald, Somerton, Arizona, James McFarland, Buckeye, Arizona, Donald B. Marten, Oshkosh, WVis- consin, Robert Miller, Tucson, Arizona, Carlos H. Moore, Tucson, Arizona, Louis V. Mounce, Globe, Arizona, Richard'Dalton Norman, Phoenix, Arizona. Richard G. Oakes, Benson, Arizona, Paul G. Orth, Tucson, Arizona, Tiana Bess Pappas, Tucson, Arizona, Patricia Ann Peters, Tucson, Arizona, Tom F. Rhodes, VVhittier, California, Walter A. Roberts, Middlesboro, Kentucky, Karl Ronstadt, Tucson, Arizona, Ann Sayre, South Pasadena, California. Dale C. Schlotzhauer, Douglas, Arizona, Janice Scully, Phoenix, Arizona, Frank S. Shown, Yuma, Arizona, Christine Sorensen, Tucson, Arizona, Prina R. Stanley, Tucson, Arizona, VVarren Steele, Randolph, Arizona, Frances Louise Stokoe, Phoenix, Arizona, Barbara Terry, Tucson, Arizona. -49- Mariel G. Tyler, Kansas City, Missourig Betty Louise Udell, Phoenix, Arizona, Vernon F. Van Cleve, Tuc- son, Arizona, XVillimn Oliver Watson, Tucson, Arizona. Robert WV. W'est, jr, Parker, Arizona, Thayer A. VVl1ite, Tucson, Arizonag Tecl Rene Whitinoyer, No- blesville, Incliunag Lewis Xvliitworth, Tucson, Arizona. Anthony C. WVielang, Tucson, Arizonag Howard NVuertz, Tucson, Arizona, john H. Yunt, Tucson, Ari- zona. w B BX' . m 2 N 1-1 . is , ,i K1 Ai sl . Dean Elmer Brown Business The College of Business and Public Ad- ministration has found many homes on this campus. F ormerly, it was housed in the Agricultural building and in Old Main. When Old Main was condemned in 1938, this college moved into its present build- ing, then known as Pima Hall. The secre- tary's room was the bathroom, and the tub was not taken out until three years later. The offices upstairs still have the appearance of dormitory rooms, because the closets and Vanities have never been removed. At the present time this building houses only the business staff. However, there is a bill before the State Legislature for appropriation of a new Business and Public Administration Building. Then the present building will be made a Women's hall again. 6,002 eww Q12 CI 10 ffm 7715, . 1610 2576- 012 Q, '42, fr Q " 41. iii D Mr. john Shirer instructs several students in the operation of the ten-key adding machine, one of several introduced in the adding and l l ' . . ca cu ating ma- chines techniques class. Led by Professor Philip Hudson, an economics class studies th " " e criteria of a good tax as to the revenue produced and the ease of adininisterability. Members of a social Wel- W fare class, under the di- , rection of Mr. Charles 1 lt 11 f" -, Lebeaux, center, observe 'Gi A child welfare problems at "F a local nursery school. Q In J 3 Organized Arts College in 1934, the Business School became a separate college in 1944. Under the capable leadership of Dean Elmer I B rown, who had been Director of the School, the College has since grown to be th ' ' e second largest college 1n enrollment. It offers a great variety of courses from ac- counting to social work. A new division, the Bureau of Research, was added in 1949 T . he degrees given are the Bachelor oi Science or Art in Business Administration d an' the Bachelor of Science in Public Adi nnnistration. The College is a member of th ,. . . e American Assocratron of Collegiate Schools of Business. as a school under the Liberal Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Rosalee Ackley, Tucson, Arizona, William Alberts, Jr., Phoenix, Arizona, Robert C. Alguire, Tucson, Ari- zona, Frank E. Alonso, Nogales, Arizona, William S. Anderson, Phoenix, Arizona, Marvin E. Atha, Kansas City, Missouri, William R. Ayres, Shenandoah, Iowa, Myron Babby, Tucson, Arizona. Miguel P. Barrios, jr., Morenci, Arizona, Harold Bear, Tucson, Arizona, Lewis john Becher, Tucson, Ari- zona, Ernest D. Bickley, Tucson, Arizona, Warren L. Blakely, Portland, Oregon, john William Born, Tuc- son, Arizona, Vemon K. Bouchee, Tucson, Arizona, Don Boucher, Manitowoc, VVisconsin. William R. Bowen, Los Angeles, California, Thomas E. Boyle, Tucson, Arizona, Kenneth D. Brandon, Moses Lake, W'ashington, VVilliam R. Brewer, Ros- well, New Mexico, George W. Brown, Tucson, Ari- zona, Albert Burch, Morenci, Arizona, Arnold R. Carrillo, Tucson, Arizona, Beatrice Catricala, Sacra- mento, California. Robert M. Charles, Phoenix, Arizona, Lora F. Chiap- petti, F lagstaff, Arizona, Rosemary P. Collins, Tucson, Arizona, XVilliam E. Condit, Tucson, Arizona, Harry L. Corbett, Tucson, Arizona, Andrew D. Coumides, Tucson, Arizona, Dennis J. Cox, Tucson, Arizona, Earl C. Cunningham, Yuma, Arizona. William C. Cunningham, Inspiration, Arizona, Louis Kelley Curray, Phoenix, Arizona, Mary C. Dawdy, Tucson, Arizona, George B. Deal, Tucson, Arizona, Harry D. Dingman, Tucson, Arizona, John David Kutz Drake, Tucson, Arizona, Frank Lambert Dra- pela, Pipestone, Minnesota, Gene F. Dryer, Tucson, Arizona. -53- U Semmfs PETRIFIED FOREST . . . NORTHERN ARIZONA SAN XAVIER . . . TUCSON Business Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Harvey Evenchik, Elyria, Ohio, Louis Kenneth Ewing, Rozet, YVyo1ning, Howard Feldman, Tucson, Arizona, Elaine Flyer, Tucson, Arizona, William Carol Fork, Tucson, Arizona, Fred R. Gallagher, Tucson, Arizona, Paul L. Green, Blackfoot, Idaho, A. Alan Hanshaw, Kankakee, Illinois. Milton H. Harvey, Phoenix, Arizona, David G. Haw- kins, Tucson, Arizona, 'William Marshall Heck, Tuc- son, Arizona, George Herney, San Diego, California, Lucille A. High, Phoenix, Arizona, Hal W. Hoag, Ir., San Fernando, California, John E. Hockings, Tucson, Arizona, Frank Holder, Tucson, Arizona. James Craig Holmes, Birmingham, Michigan, Thomas Stanton Hood, Racine, Wisconsin, Raymond Stanley Hook, Tucson, Arizona, Eli Horowitz, Safford, Ari- zona, David Hudack, Phoenix, Arizona, Robert L. Hull, Tucson, Arizona, Bruce C. Hunt, Tucson, Ari- zona, Philip S. Hurd, Tucson, Arizona. David Bradley Huston, Tucson, Arizona, William Donald Jackson, Reedley, California, Larry R. john- son, Safford, Arizona, Lawrence W. jordan, Iron Mountain, Wyoming, Dorothy Joyner, Yuma, Arizona, Thomas M. Kelly, Oak Park, Illinois, Hollis Kembel, Tucson, Arizona, John G. Kirman, Los Angeles, Cali- fornia. Arthur F. Knox, Tucson, Arizona, John Krmpotich, Ajo, Arizona, Robert D. Kroger, Los Angeles, Cali- fornia, J. Richard Lackey, Somerton, Arizona, Ade- lard Leon Lallock, Tucson, Arizona, james D. Lewis, Tucson, Arizona, Robert William Lewis, Tucson, Ari- zona, Patricia Lieurance, Phoenix, Arizona. i 1 I Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Ted C. Lilyblade, Chicago, Illinois, Arthur C. Lopez, Tucson, Arizona, E. H. McCaughey, Tucson, Arizona, Harold D. McGhee, Chicago, Illinois, jimmy Mcjun- kin, Winslow, Arizona, james W. McPherson, Tucson, Arizona, Thomas D. McWilliams, Clifton, Arizona, Charles I. Martin, Tucson, Arizona. Stanley Henry Marvin, Tucson, Arizona, Virgil Ellis Mercer, Mammoth, Arizona, Anis Mitchell, Superior, Arizona, Lewis B. Moore, Morenci, Arizona, John E. Mora, Nogales, Arizona, Leo M. Morris, Tucson, Axi- zona, Kenneth R. Murphy, Tucson, Arizona, NVilliarn J. Murphy, Ir., Tucson, Arizona. Arthur A. Nehring, Tucson, Arizona, Edward E. Noh- lechek, Tucson, Arizona, Richard Scott Norris, Senti- nel, Arizona, Larry Ollason, Tucson, Arizona, Robert S. Olsson, Phoenix, Arizona, Brady R. O,Rielly, Tuc- son, Arizona, Lawrence David Pann, Tucson, Arizona, Bumam C. Parfct, Maumee, Ohio. Rob Roy Patterson, St. johns, Arizona, Lowell Perry, Long Beach, California, Harold Pessirilo, New York, New York, Anthony A. Petropolis, Tucson, Arizona, Paul Frank Reich, Phoenix, Arizona, James B. Reidy, Ir., Tucson, Arizona, Helen Scott Riggs, St. Marys, VVest Virginia, james F. Riggs, St. Marys, West Vir- ginia. Kent C. Roberts, Tucson, Arizona, Glen Robinette, Tucson, Arizona, Sylvia Ann Robles, Tucson, Arizona, Raymond Roseboro, Tucson, Arizona, Harry Rosen, Tucson, Arizona, Orville A. Rundle, Tucson, Arizona, Joseph A. Sammarco, Tucson, Arizona, Eugene F. Saucer, Tucson, Arizona Seniors CASA GRANDE RUINS NE l l 1 1 Business DATE GARDENS . . . PHOENIX Left to Bight: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: .-56... Michael James Sause, Cincinnati, Ohio, W. I. Schwor- er, Alhambra., California, Sarah Seabury, San Fer- nando, California, Martha Shoenhair, Tucson, Ari- zona, Alice Mae Shull, Tucson, Arizona Harvey Slate, Los Angeles, California, Sanders K. I uc on Arizona Charles S Smith r No 'iles Soot,T s , , '. ,I., g.-, Arizona, Thomas A. Spear, Los Angeles, California, Dana A. Stout, Tucson, Arizona. Harry Reed Talmage, Tucson, Arizona, Edwin H. L Thompson, Kansas City, Missouri, Robert R. Thomp- son, Tucson, Arizona, Bradley A. Tolson, Tucson, Ari- zona, Charles Treat, Seattle, Washington. Jules Van Praag, Tucson, Arizona, Chester A. Vasey, Tucson, Arizona, Arthur H. Villaescusa, Tucson, Ari- zona, R. P. Wadlington, Albuquerque, New Mexico George William Wall, Glendale, Arizona. Charles Wilson, Tucson, Arizona, Edward L. VVol- gast, Tucson, Arizona, Frederick B. Wood, Benson Arizona, Alan Martin Yedlin, St. Louis, Missouri joseph R. Zelinsky, Cleveland, Ohio. n Dean O. K. Garretson Education Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-One finds the College of Education in a new home with a new chief. Steady growth since its establishment in 1921 has made it necessary to have an en- tire building to house its expanding depart- ments, which are devoted to developing teachers for Arizona. Dean O. K. Carretson, with his wide back- ground of experience, is a worthy head to start a new milestone for the College of Education. Students entering the college must be of junior standing, with a 3.0 scholastic av- erage. Two educational honoraries recog- nize outstanding scholarship and profes- sional attitudes--Pi Lambda Theta for women and Phi Delta Gamma for men. 60,0 wg! Jeanette Gridley directs the reading period of her third grade students during her apprentice teaching course. A class in methods of teaching home economics Watches Miss Faye jones demonstrate various kinds of illustrative materials which may be used in con- ducting home economics in the high school. ..5g.. A group of future teachers watches Hartley Snyder apply the basic fundamen- tals of music education in a demonstration by a third grade class. The curriculum of this college is designed to emphasize practical preparation for teaching. The college is in constant con- tact with the public schools. After com- pleting three years of educational require- ments, the senior has an opportunity to apply the principles of teaching directly in the classrooms of the public schools. For an entire semester the education major IS given a class of Tucson school children to instruct. Two important departments associated with the college are those of School Visitor and the Placement Bureau. The High School Visitor accredits high schools throughout the state and advises with teachers and administrators on educational problems. The Placement Bureau aids our graduates to find employment Where they can render maximum service to the chil- dren of our state. Tl11'0L1gl1 this agency the graduate attains his goal and enters the honored profession of teaching. Left to Bight: First Bow: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Charles L. Ackerman, Tucson, Arizona, Henry A. Arens, Patagonia, Arizona, Marian Ruth Atwood, Ajo, Arizona, Myra Loy Bailey, Brawley, California, Wil- liam John Baker, Tucson, Arizona, Patricia Hoffman Ball, Phoenix, Arizona, Richard Gordon Bannehr, Tucson, Arizona, Betty Bayne, Tucson, Arizona. Nancy Ann Beaman, Phoenix, Arizona, Barbara Beck, Indianapolis, Indiana, Jeanne Beiriger, Rockford, Illi- nois, Bevan B. Blake, Pima, Arizona, Elizabeth C. Blakemore, Fairmount, Indiana, Carol L. Bliss, Saf- ford, Arizona, Dorothy Bodeewes, Oak Park, Illinois, Margaret Stealy Bouchee, Tucson, Arizona. Walter A. Boyd, Cortaro, Arizona, Robert Lee Boy- kin, Tucson, Arizona, Thomas R. Brazie, Kingman, Arizona, Mary Lou Briscoe, Tucson, Arizona, A. Paul Brittain, Tucson, Arizona, Frances Brock, Phoenix, Arizona, Evelyn H. Brodish, Springfield, Illinois, Barbara Brooks, Safford, Arizona. Orlinda R. Brooks, Phoenix, Arizona, Gordon Vallance Brown, Tucson, Arizona, Shirley Bullock, Phoenix, Arizona, Bette M. Butler, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Virginia Butler, Tucson, Arizona, Don Butts, Phoenix, Arizona, Charles Byers, Tempe, Arizona, Owen Gil- bert Carpenter, Troy, New York. Gloria Mildred Casey, Tucson, Arizona, Betty Col- man, Yuma, Arizona, Richard F. Cooney, Tucson, Ari- zona, Lec Coover, Los Angeles, California, VVayne Corder, Emery Park, Arizona, Dolores Corella, Tuc- son, Arizona, Gilbcrta Cosulich, Tucson, Arizona, Glen Edward Crandall, New Castle, Indiana. OLD TUCSON , if as INDIAN SAND PAINTING Education Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Virginia Davis, Tucson, Arizona, Estelle Don, Tuc- son, Arizona, Xvilliillll Stephen Donahue, Tucson, Ari- zona, Lucy S. Donnan, Tucson, Arizona, Joan Doughty, Tucson, Arizona, James P. Dunne, Tucson, Arizona, Sarah C. Durazzo, Tucson, Arizona, Flora- bell A. Failor, Tucson, Arizona. Maurice F alkow, Tucson, Airzona, Marilyn Feddor, Pidesocile, Maryland, Ernest Valdez Fimbres, Tucson. Arizona, George Fischer, Tucson, Arizona, Charles H. Ford, Tucson, Arizona, Alice Virginia Fram, Tol- leson, Arizona, Joan Riordan Ganz, Phoenix, Arizona, Charles A. Gardner, Tucson, Arizona. Donald L Ceiser, Scottsdale, Arizona, Lily M. Clee- son, Yuma, Arizona, XVilliam A. Grenell, Seattle, Washington, Mildred Halley, Tucson, Arizona, Ann Hamel, Phoenix, Arizona, David M. Hardy, Jr., Tuc- son, Arizona, Lela Heckler, Tucson, Arizona, Joanne L. Henderson, Benson, Arizona. Patricia Hess, Phoenix, Arizona, Shirley Hightower, Yuma, Arizona, Betty Helen Holaway, Tucson, Ari- zona, Martha H. Homes, Phoenix, Arizona, Benja- min G. Huber, Tucson, Arizona, Carol C. Humphrey, Tucson, Arizona, Carl Phillip Ijams, Safford, Arizona, Ted James, Warren, Arizona. Elsa Jenkins, Tucson, Arizona, Ruth Johnson, Somer- ton, Arizona, Sammie Johnson, Tucson, Arizona, Ethel Lillian, Tucson, Arizona, Marietta S. Jones, Tucson, Arizona, Miriam Martsole Jones, Chicago, Illinois, Edward A. Karnpe, Phoenix, Arizona, Katherine J. Kenner, Tucson, Arizona. I Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Arra Kulinovich, Phoenix, Arizona, Patricia Lander, Tucson, Arizona, Robert H. Large, Los Angeles, Cali- fornia, Edith Merle Leach, Tucson, Arizona, Mamie C. Lee, Tucson, Arizona, Charles W. Letcher, Jr., Tucson, Arizona, Carolyn Diana Lewis, Tucson, Ari- zona, Russell L. Lewis, Kingman, Arizona. Patricia J. Liebel, Tucson, Arizona, Gretchen Linde- nau, Tucson, Arizona, Somei Low, Tucson, Arizona, Mary Elizabeth MacBride, Tucson, Arizona, Susan E. Madrid, Clifton, Arizona, Patrick J. Maguire, Wood- side, New York, M. B. Manofsky, Tucson, Arizona, Judith Miller, Tucson, Arizona. Catherine T. Mills, Tucson, Arizona, Carol Jeanne Moore, Tucson, Arizona, Kenneth Lee Morris, Durant, Oklahoma, Jack H. Morrison, Tucson, Arizona, Lloyd Keith Nelson, Thatcher, Arizona, Marthalyn New- berry, Somerton, Arizona, Arthur M. Niemi, Tucson, Arizona, Anna Mary Nugent, Tucson, Arizona. VVanda Olson, Prescott, Arizona, Henry Oyama, Tuc- son, Arizona, Thomas VVyatt Parker, Portland, Ore- gon, Carolyn Parsons, Phoenix, Arizona, Stanley Frank Petela, Branford, Connecticut, Miriam Poliakoff, Tuc- son, Arizona, Juanita Prusha, Tucson, Arizona, Roland XV. Ralph, Norfolk, Virginia. Edgar M. Read, Tucson, Arizona, Alfred S. Reynolds, Tucson, Arizona, Esperanza C. Romero, Clifton, Ari- zona, Barbara Rosenberg, Phoenix, Arizona, Ruth Ellen Rosenberg, Phoenix, Arizona, Harold E. Rudi, Tucson, Arizona, Patricia M. Ryan, Brawley, Califor- nia, E. M. John Sander, Phoenix, Arizona. -51- Seniors OLD TOMBSTONE Education COLOSSAL CAVE Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: - 62 - Frank L. Saunders, Pineville, Kentucky, Mary Lou Carter Sayler, Nogales, Arizona, Dale R. Scherr, Mo- renci, Arizona, Barbara Schilt, Phoenix, Arizona, Ioan Dee Scott, Tucson, Arizona, Kay Gloria Shepard, Highland Park, Illinois, Carolyn Sievwright, Tucson, Arizona, Marilyn L. Simmons, Morenci, Arizona. Janet Lee Slater, Tucson, Arizona, Geneva K. Smith, Vincennes, Indiana, Glenn G. Smith, Tucson, Arizona: Ruth Jean Solot, Tucson, Arizona, Marjorie Sonnen- schein, Fort Washakie, WVyoming, Joe G. Sparks. Tucson, Arizona, Susie Sporleder, Phoenix, Arizona. Maris Steven, Warren, Arizona, Robert Still, Tucson. Arizona, Walter St. John, Tucson, Arizona, VVillian1 Roy Taylor, Tucson, Arizona, Georgia Thompson. West Los Angeles, California, Irene S. Tompkins, Tucson, Arizona, Alice Tremblay, Tucson, Arizona. Maurice Kenneth Trout Coolid e Arizona- Prose G 2 Q , , - Velasco, Nogales, Arizona, Robert G. Vcrbica, NVar- rcn, Arizona, Herbert Maurice VVaesch, Tucson, Ari- zona, Suann NValton, La Canada, California, James E. Watson, Tucson, Arizona, S. Sseldon VVeinhaus, Phoe- nix, Arizona. Opal Louise XVillia1ns, Tucson, Arizona, Donald B. Witmeyer, Manheim, Pennsylvania, Edward R. ' 7 -' s I' 'S ' ' , ' 1 r WVrrght Tucson Anzona Helen Wucrtz Coohcl Arizona, Imnne Young Phoenix, AT17OHI Alfi Zzunmit, Tucson, Arizona, Barbara Zollinger, Tues Arizona. Dean Gurdon M. Butler 1 lik Engineering The College of Engineering, which was one of the departments organized when University of Arizona Work was started in 1890, has always been an outstanding unit of the state institution. At first the college was housed in Old Main, but in 1919 it was moved to its present location. Today the Engineering Building is but one of three buildings that make up the col- lege. The other buildings included are the Aeronautical Engineering Building and Mechanic Arts Building. It is in the labora- tories, shops, and drafting rooms of these buildings that more than five hundred stu- dents learn the essentials of civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering. They have at their disposal much varied and expensive apparatus, including everything from a television receiver to a two hundred thou- sand pound Universal Testing Machine. 8 owl 616,122 tif 19 . lllfcbbo 6 T An ele L ' runs a performance test on alternative cuuent ctrical engineering class ' ' machineiy in the power lab. Two future engineers turn hand-drill spindles on a turret lathe in the mechanic arts shop. -64.. Mr. Yappel direct A lg 1 a knozzle under The Dean of the Colle D ge, r. G. M. Butler, says that he th' ' mks the quality of ' instruc- tion given by the coll ege is best indicated by the fine records made by the gradu- ates. Most of thes e are now successfully engaged in supplying us with highways, irrigation systems, sewage disposal plants, great bridges, and other complex structures. The engineering course is admittedly ha1'd, but the engineers have their fun too. Never to be forgotten is Engineers' Day. On this day, students and faculty desert school and class rooms for a picnic. Also, it is on this day that the younger students aspiring to the Order of Sa' t ' in Patrick must kiss the Blarney Stone. ' S a fluids lab I in studying the flow of water A throt Yl V varying N pressures. 'N Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Joseph Theodore Adams, Tucson, Arizona, Robert A. Andreas, Lowell, Arizona, Vincent Frank Argento, New York, New York, Paul Arrendondo, Los Angeles, California, Harold C. Baldwin, Tucson, Arizona, Hugh Samuel Benton, Tucson, Arizona, Richard Eugene Born, Tucson, Arizona, Richard A. Burkhardt, Tucson, Arizona. Albert V. Burns, Ir., Tucson, Arizona, Glenn Bush, Phoenix, Arizona, George S. Cade, Downey, Califor- nia, Leon J. Chrisman, Reedley, California, Garland Connell, Jr., Los Angeles, California, George William Cook, Phoenix, Arizona, Warren Tod Cotton, Fort WVaync, Indiana, Harold D. Diekstein, Tucson, Ari- zona. Harry Dierkes, Tucson, Arizona, Lawrence M. Dreyer, Prescott, Arizona, Jack VV. Ellis, Tucson, Arizona, Robert M. Ewing, Beverly Hills, California, John A. Fiorillo, Tucson, Arizona, Charles R. Firth, Safford, Arizona, Robert F ishkin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Wen- dell H. Folkerts, Phoenix, Arizona. Doran Keith Fraetlrich, Tucson, Arizona, Harry J. Geyer, Phoenix, Arizona, Harry B. Clover, Tucson, Arizona, F. Dan Griswold, Phoenix, Arizona, Harry Haaversen, Tucson, Arizona, A. F. Hallett, Tucson, Arizona, Roy A. Hansen, Tucson, Arizona, Albert R. Hawkins, Antonito, Colorado. Clark M. Hay, Tucson, Arizona, Guy B. Heflin, Will- cox, Arizona, Billy James Hill, Tucson, Arizona, Ally Ong Hing, Superior, Arizona, James H. Hockings, Tucson, Arizona, Xvilllkllll T. Holclerby, Hayworth, Il- linois, R. Stanley Howard, Phoenix, Arizona, Peter E. Howell. jr., Tucson, Arizona. -55- TUCSON RODEO En ineerin Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: YVill.iam H. Hughes, Tucson, Arizona, Lee G. Hunt, Tucson, Arizona, James B. Isbell, Tucson, Arizona, Art Jackson, Phoenix, Arizona, Frank H. Jenson, Tuc- son, Arizona, Thomas W. Johnson, Tucson, Arizona, Lincoln D. Jones, Los Gatos, California, Frank E. Kcefe, Jr., Tucson, Arizona. WVilliam J. Kilcullen, Tucson, Arizona, Chester R. Kyle, Downey, California, Basil J. Lamb, Port Huron, Michigan, Burnie Mack Lamb, Tucson, Arizona, Matthew V. Lee, Dragoon, Arizona, Florencio L. Le- Vario, Flagstaff, Arizona, Jack Richard Lewellyn, Tucson, Arizona, James Livingston, Tucson, Arizona. Pantilo I-I. Lizardi, Tucson, Arizona, Charles Peter Lombardo, Tucson, Arizona, Joseph Alexander, Tuc- son, Arizona, Frank E. Lopresti, New York, New York, Jack M. Lovett, Tucson, Arizona, James D. Loy, Tucson, Arizona, George G. McKhann, Jr., Phoenix, Arizona, Ronald E. McLean, Saginaw, Michigan. wvlllikllll A. Marsh, Tucson, Arizona, Joseph B. Mertz, Phoenix, Arizona, Norman B. Metteer, Tucson, Ari- zona, Stanley Kay Middleton, Tucson, Arizona, John Monier, Tucson, Arizona, Ralph E. Montijo, Tucson, Arizona, Gene R. Morris, Tucson, Arizona, Stanley Nelson, Reeclley, California. Lawrence Nichols, Hopedale, Massachusetts, William D. Norick, Grass Valley, California, Gerald Alfred Oliver, Tucson, Arizona, Emanuel Marvia Paller, Phoenix, Arizona, Charles C. Peterson, Tucson, Ari- zona, Robert B. Phinizy, VVillcox, Arizona, D. L. Picher, Tucson, Arizona, John William Pool, Tucson, Arizona. J Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Charles J. Potuzalc, Tucson, Arizona, William Earl Powles, Ir., Tucson, Arizona, Melvin L. Redden, Tucson, Arizona, Arthur R. Reynoso, Phoenix, Ari- zona, David Herbert Ropcr, Birmingham, Michigan, Daniel John Rusch Zion, Illinois, james Lipponcoll Russel, Tucson, Arizona, Richard Kenneth Russel, Briant, California, Carl E. Schroeder, Tucson, Arizona, John R. Schul- theis, Tucson, Arizona, Daniel John Scott, Flagstaff, Arizona, John H. Shannon, Phoenix, Arizona, VVarren C. Shaw, Ir., Tucson, Arizona, Cordia G. Simpson, Tucson, Arizona, Robert E. Smith, Tucson, Arizona, Robert Ellsworth Smith, San Luis, Arizona. Turner C. Smith, Jr., Tucson, Arizona, David L. Steinheimer, Tucson, Arizona, Felix Robert Stevens, Phoenix, Arizona, Burton A. Struthers, Tucson, Ari- zona, Eugene F. Stubler, Tucson, Arizona, Robert Stutz, Tucson, Arizona, VVoodrow K. Thames, Tuc- son, Arizona. Ioseph P. Titus, Ir., Tucson, Arizona, James Tolley, Tucson, Arizona, Robert F. Townsend, Tucson, Ari- zona, Edward Albert Uhrik, Maplewood, New jersey, Harry J. Valentine, Ir., Phoenix, Arizona, Earl LeRoy Waters, Tucson, Arizona, Neal A. VVebb, Yuma, Arizona. Phillip T. Webb, Tucson, Arizona, Carl I. Wein- gartner, Mansfield, Ohio, James Scripps Whitcomb, Jr., Tucson, Arizona, William Williams, Mountainville, New York, Jack I. Witham, Tucson, Arizona, Kenneth VVorcester, Alaska, James B. Yewell, Kingman, Arizona. ..57.. I Semmfs MONUMENT VALLEY . . . NAVAJO RESERVATION 1:16 P' Y Arthur Olaf Andersen Fine Arts The Fine Arts School became a college in 19325 previously it was in the Liberal Arts division. The college stresses educa- tion in various subjects, preparation for teaching, as well as productions in art, drama, public speaking, and speech. The Dean of Fine Arts is Dr. Arthur Olaf An- dersen, who has served in this capacity since 1934. This college ranks high among the Fine Arts Colleges of state universities. Heading the music department is Dean Andersen. This department's activities in- clude the university marching band, the symphony orchestra, and menls and Wornenas glee clubs. It also sponsors the University Artists' Series. Outstanding music students belong to Sigma Alpha Iota, music sororityg Phi Mu Alpha, men's honoraryg and Kappa Kappa Psi, band fraternity. X, N, rx. X X . Q0 QW Y' We A group of sp se11t a script over the lnicrop 1 ' d'o bureau. in the 1a 1 eech majors pre- l one de- l nted group is found in the art artists learn the In- A ta e partment wl1ere young principles of drawing and painting. Me bership in Alpha Rho Tau, art l10l101'3I'y, ' an increasingly coveted 'sen heads b com111g d 'eas Ancler is e ' t. Mr. A11 1 achlevemen artment. the this dep artment of h year the drama dep outstanding plays for of Eac ' ' produces ble direction University the public under the capa Mr. Peter R. Marroney, wl1o is head of tl1e department. Honoraries i11 this field are tl1e University Players and tl1e National Collegiate Players. Students who are majoring in speech find 'tunity to use their ability i11 ' contests, excellent oppol debates and forensic ' f their course. the many lich are an integral part 0 re Delta Sigma Rho, or- w 1 ' ' anizations a ' s Jeech ho11 Then org ' Z ta P111 Eta, 1 ' ' of Dr. fO1'61lS1CSg and e ary, They are under tl1e leadership W. Arthur Cable. A clq ' css ill sta c e d ,Y . ' tk I1 HgZj5g7'E'fo1'gf11e 315151 stuches h all lJroC1uCgO31-ate sets O? ??11Sfl UC - 16 next One 0 i f US OIIS QS t COtly'.ff , C I -S St-1 5 , oamfasesiey Slmlrte, Hilfe' classes d . 1-lght C0101 abbles in .S 011 their Fine Ns COTTON BALES WWI-fi " First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: .. 70 .. Left to Right: Patt Lou Baker, Chicago, Illinois, Aline T. Bergeron, Sanford, Maine, Gareth Hunt Black, Tucson, Arizona, Edna T. Copins, Tucson, Arizona, Herman Darkins, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Beverly DuNah, Pasadena, California. Patricia Y. Genematas, Tucson, Arizona, Robert L. Hartman, Tucson, Arizona, William E. Hinkley, Phoe- nix, Arizona, John L. Huyck, Walton, New York, Harold E. Johnson, Ir., Tucson, Arizona. Eugene jones, Tucson, Arizona, Ioan Kendrick, Tuc- son, Arizona, Herbert E. Lahr, Tucson, Arizona, Keith C. Lucas, Tucson, Arizona, Patricia Ann Lawson, Chi- cago, Illinois. Aubrey E. Light, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Nor- ma Ruth Matz, Phoenix, Arizona, William B. Need- ham, New Sharon, Iowa, Sara Purvin, Los Angeles, California, George McCord Schaefre, Holbrook, Ari- zona. james P. Simpson, Tucson, Arizona, Ioan Tauber, Phoenix, Arizona, Wadswortli Wallace Taylor, West Los Angeles, California, Malcolm Rouse Wavett, Lex- ington, Kentucky, Barbara Ann VVishek, Tucson, Ari- zona. Dr. David L. Patrick raduate The importance of graduate study at the University of Arizona has been officially recognized almost from the time the Uni- versity Was opened. In September, 1898, two Women registered as the first grad- uate students, and since that time en- rollment has increased steadily. Degrees originally approved were Master of Arts and Master of Science. In 1920, the degree of Doctor of Philosophy was authorized. By 1984, the University accepted students to Work toward Master's degrees in Fine Arts, Humanities, Biological Sciences, Phys- ical Sciences, and Social Sciences. Doctor of Philosophy degrees were offered at that time in Agricultural Chemistry and Soils, Botany Education, Geology, and Animal Husbandry. ' 01,02 1911 Ibex, 6 . lllfojb ' 'iii ,ay ? At the Sunday Evening Forum, foreign student Reinhard Oebike delivers a comparative discussion on politics in Germany and the United States. Miss Frances Cloud, Dean Patrickis secretary, dis- cusses a suitable study program with Miss Babette Luz, graduate instructor in German. -72-1 trition student in Home Eco- nomics, Weighs food samples in preparation for phosphorus anal- ysis. The first administrative body of the Grad- uate College was the general faculty. Since that time a committee has been established which is made up of a dean and faculty representatives of the various other col- leges. The committee for the year 1950-51 included Dean David Patrick, Dr. James Brown, Dr. Frederick Conrad, Dr. Emil Haury, Dr. Victor Kelley, Dr, Herbert Rhodes, Dr. Hartley Snyder, Dr. Charles 1fVallraff, and Dr. Donald Webb. Recom- mendations of the committee in the 1950- 51 school year included that the degree of Doctor of Philosophy be offered by the Chemistry Department, and Master of Arts be offered by the Drama and the Art De- partments. In September 1950, 308 students registered in the Graduate College, of which 78 were Women. These students are working for degrees in all departments except speech, drama, and art. The only organization for graduate stu- dents on the campus is the Graduate Club. This is primarily a social club, and the offi- cers are Robert I-I. Bowling and E. H. Andres. Mary Ann Knight, graduate nu- Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Elmer D. Adams, South Xvebster, Ohio, Halim Akol, New York, New York, Lois Bailey, Phoenix, Arizona, Genevieve Georgia Baker, Prescott, Arizona, Glenn A. Baker, Tucson, Arizona, Kenneth J. Bayly, Homes- dale, Pennsylvania, Erich Blissenbaeh, Landshut, Ba- varia, Germany, Donald Hugh Blocker, Union City, Indiana. Jean Soulvic Born, Tucson, Arizona, Mildred E. Bo- rodkin, Tucson ,Arizonag Elizabeth H. Celis, Tucson, Arizona, John VV. Daum, Tucson, Arizona, Esther d'Eustachio, Tucson, Arizona, Clementine Dombrovv, Kingman, Arizona, Roman Joseph Donibrow, King- man, Arizona, Clarence B. Folger, Tucson, Arizona. Mavis O. Harden, Tucson, Arizona, Dick L. Hart, Flagstaff, Arizona, Virgil Hengl, Sidney, Nebraska, John VVilliam Irwin, Winslow, Arizona, Tom Jepsen, Jr., Tucson, Arizona, Ann Winifred Larsen, Tucson, Arizona, Seymour Paul Levy, Detroit, Michigan, Dan- iel R. Murphy, San Francisco, California. P. Earl Palmer, Mesa, Arizona, George T. Perraudin, Tucson, Arizona, Leo Ryan, VVells, Maine, Jeanita Samuel, Conroe, T cxas, Clarence James Smith, Jr., Phoenix, Arizona, Jewell V. Stroud, Tucson, Arizona, Earl H. Swanson, Milwaukee, XVisconsin. Irwin Teitelbaum, Tucson, Arizona, Marionlee Teitel- baum, Tucson, Arizona, Quentin R. Thomson, Tucson, Arizona, Donald Ernest Tuttle, Tucson, Arizona, Les- ter Olsen, Penn Yun, New York, David NVilliam VVil- coxson, Jr., Tuolumne, California, Sadie Rika Yoshida, Honolulu, Hawaii. Gmclzwzte COAL CANYON . . . NAVAJO RESERVATION Dr. john D. Lyons, Jr. HW The University of Arizona College of Law is a member of the Association of American Law Schools and is approved by the Ameri- can Bar Association. It began as a depart- ment of the Liberal Arts College in 1915 and graduated its first class of two in 1918. The present enrollment is about two hun- dred. In 1938, it became a college and moved to its present site in the old library building. This building was enlarged in 1948 to provide stackroom space for an additional 40,000 volumes for the law libraiy. The law college is a separate school on campus and has its Student Bar Association consisting of a president and a Board of Governors, composed of five members. This body maintains the honor system in exams and in the general care of the building. - 'E 65299 YP 063696 We . B1ll Kun e, p phl Delta, legal fraternity, rwfuds cup to jack Stewart winner of the extemporaneous speech contest. bl resident of Phi Al- x studious ag- Although the lawyers are a gregation who study hard throughout the year, they participate in many activities that serve to make their work more practi- cal and interesting. The Fegtly Moot Court, which resembles the Supreme Court as nearly as possible, is a three-year elimina- tive competition concerned with appellate cases. In the third year the field is reduced to two teams, who try their case before a visiting Supreme Court Judge. The above session is held in the court room of the Col- lege on Law Day and is followed by a picnic when all law students attend. Phi Alpha Delta, national men's law fra- ternity, holds an extemporaneous speaking contest in October, the winner's name is engraved on a cup which remains in the law building. The Phi Delta Phi, inter- national legal fraternity, annually presents a scholarship award to the graduating senior who has maintained the highest ' ' l t the three years grac of law college. le average tlnoug lou ,J d Bob Stubbs .Iohn Biskon, James Cox, Bill Penn, an stop after their classes for an informal talk with Professor Chester Smith. ' ' ' ' Casey, third year Studying in the llbfaly is John law student. -75- Law RANCH ROUNDUP . . . ORACLE Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: -76- james Bartlett, Tucson, Arizona, Andrew Baumert, Tucson, Arizona, NVilliam Birmingham, Tucson, Ari- zona, Fred F. Bockmon, Tucson, Arizona, Ralph Brei- man, Tucson, Arizona, Earl Carroll, Phoenix, Arizona, john I. Casey, Phoenix, Arizona, James R. Cropper, Phoenix, Arizona. John C. Ellinwood, Tucson, Arizona, William E. Eu- bank, Glendale, Arizona, Robert C. F orquer, Tucson, Arizona, james E. Gleason, Tucson, Arizona, Baldo Hernandez, Lynnwood, California, Thomas F. Hum- phrey, Tucson, Arizona, VVilliam Earliest Kimble, Tuc- son, Arizona, Ralph I-I. Knight, Tucson, Arizona. Lovell B. Lieluance, Roseville, Illinois, James F. Mc- Nulty, Tucson, Arizona, Dale E. Marenda, Phoenix, Arizona, George Bancroft Morse, Tucson, Arizona, David T. Murray, Ir., Kenmore, New York, Paul F. Newell, Tucson, Arizona, Robert K. Park, Tucson, Ari- zona, VVilliam E. Platt, Tucson, Arizona. Edwin R. Powell, Phoenix, Arizona, Mary Anne Rei- mann, Tucson, Arizona, Richard Boylston, Maryville, Tennessee, Robert Roylston, Maryville, Tennessee, Daniel Sammons, Tucson, Arizona, Frederick S. Smith, Superior, Arizona, Douglas H. Standage, Tuc- son, Arizona. Charles L. Strouss, jr., Phoenix, Arizona, Franklin Udall, Holbrook, Arizona, Edward John Valeski, Tuc- son, Arizona, Donell Van Camp, Tucson, Arizona, Seid Waddell, Tucson, Arizona, Stuart C. Willoughby, Tucson, Arizona, VVilliam Younger VVood, Glendale, Arizona. Dr. Richard A. Harvill- Liberal Arts The College of Liberal A1'ts is the largest college on campus in terms of both students and teaching faculty. It consists of four- teen departments. These fourteen depart- ments offer many subjects ranging from Anthropology and Chemistry to Spanish and Portuguese. Other departments in this college are Astronomy, Bacteriology, Clas- sics, English, French, German, History and Political Science, Mathematics, Physics, Philosophy and Psychology, and Zoology. Because of its location and the opportuni- ties that it offers for research, the depart- ment of Anthropology is particularly out- standing. From the variety of courses offered by the College of Liberal Arts, students may seek culture and scholarship as a foundation for more intensive special- ization and as a part of intelligent living. C15 SIL? 155, 6? ljyd . ,,,. , ,, X, Wtlwhi ,TiI.f,Yw2rw7...I.'. wx,-wiiissw---afal ""' 'QL wx- ' ""i'a "l'l- l,lEEe:,45l'v1islg,," ,Q M if 112 5- Sl ' -. , w e l' ' K 1252- A tm'-" "wif -V icw'i::': 'f . - 8 . , in 'Q-'P' W: H Journalism students Write for th W ' e ildcat in the new classrooms on the first floor of the modern Liberal Arts building. Dr. Robert Hoshaw observes a botany lab class as they remove the epidermis from leaves in order to study cell structure. ..7g.. Part of a tree ring methods class use a high-power bi- nocular microscope to ex- amine the cellular struc- tu re of wood samples in order to determine the formation of tree rings. Last September the new Liberal Arts Buildin g was completed and ready for occupancy. At the present time this build- ing houses eight departments and provides many classrooms and offices. It is a four- story building with many outstanding fea tures, some of which are a Humanities reading and art room, and a large auditor- ium completely equipped with a sound system and a movie projection set. Many classrooms are equipped for visual educa- tio l ' ' n met rods. Until the completion of this of the College building, the departments were scattered throughout the campus. Students in the Liberal Arts College who are aspiring to high scholarship are eli 'bl gi e to strive for membership in the national scholastic society of Phi Beta Kappa. The dean of this college, Dr. Richard A Harvill, has completed four years as head of the Liberal Arts College. I E Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Sol Ahee, Tucson, Arizona, Patricia Anderson, Tuc- son, Arizona, Thomas Arana, Tucson, Arizona, Mary' Alice Aros, Tucson, Arizona, Mary Louise Aros, Tuc- son, Arizona, James West Arrott, Tucson, Arizona, Lola M. Atha, Tucson, Arizona, Nancy L. Avis, Lo- gan, West Virginia. Lillian Ross Baker, Tucson, Arizona, F. Jordan Bay- less, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Barbara Kenworthy Beeman, Oak Park, Illinois, Louis C. Bell, Jr., Red- wood City, California, Dolores Benson, Tucson, Ari- zona, Emery C. Blair, Yuma, Arizona, Mary I. Blakeslec, Pasadena, California, Lee H. Brown, Tuc- son, Arizona. Marvin Burns, Los Angeles, California, Virginia Perry Caldwell, Tucson, Arizona, Robert B. Callahan, But- ler, Pennsylvania, Charles A. Carson, Tucson, Arizona, John L. Claborne, Douglas, Arizona, Judith Cooper, Riverside, California, George L. Crowe, Nogales, Arizona, William Edwards Demon, Morenci, Arizona. Joan Adelle Dancer, Stockbridge, Michigan, Kenneth J. DeCook, Tucson, Arizona, Wayne L. Delvin, Phoenix, Arizona, Katherine Dennison, Denver, Colo- rado, Roman DeSanctis, Tucson, Arizona, Bernice Diencr, Tucson, Arizona, Henry L. Dollard, Tucson, Arizona, Bill G. Downs, Tucson, Arizona. James E. Duncan, Globe, Arizona, james Bruce Elder, Rochester, New York, Dorothy Lee Ellis, Tucson, Arizona, Harold D. Evjen, Florence, Arizona, David Arledge Feldman, Tucson, Arizona, Leslie F elker, St. Louis, Arizona, Bill Finger, Borger, Texas, Sondra F ischman, Tucson, Arizona. 179.- YUCCA CACTI OCOTILLA CACTUS Libeml Arts Left to Bight: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Delbert C. Fleck, Huntington, Indiana, Oyvind Frock, Tucson, Arizona, John F. Fox, Benson, Arizona, Mar- garet C. Gannon, Tucson, Arizona, Robin B. Garnett, Tucson, Arizona, Albert G. Gerlach, Celina, Ohio, James C. Gifford, Redlands, California, Angus Ross Gillis, Hibbing, Minnesota. Harry D. Goode, Tucson, Arizona, James D. Gott- bracht, Council Bluffs, Iowa, Stanley Greenberg, Rochester, New York, Richard E. Greer, Tucson, Ari- zona, Jeanette Gridley, Tucson, Arizona, Byron Dean Haines, Chicago, Illinois, Bradford Hall, VVichita, Kansas, Charles E. Hall, WViNVllia1nstown, Massachu- setts. Carol Haller, Bay Village, Ohio, Robert W. Hammer- stein, Kimmswick, Missouri, Schuyler A. Haskell, San Marino, California, Ira Page Hatch, Douglas, Arizona, Benjamin C. Hawkes, Glencoe, Illinois, Marguerite A. Healy, Worcester, Massachusetts, Phyylis Hender- son, Benson, Arizona, Ben C. Hill, Tucson, Arizona. Avrum M. Hirsch, Tucson, Arizona, John S. Hobbs, San Diego, California, Paul Horowitz, Phoenix, Ari- zona, Alby Horton, Webster Groves, Missouri, Stanley K. Hull, Phoenix, Arizona, Howard Henry Hummer, Tucson, Arizona, Helen R. Hunt, Tucson, Arizona, Virginia Caples, Reno, Nevada. Beverly Tommene Isaacson, Holbrook, Arizona, Cecil W. James, Oraibi, Arizona, Peter L. Kane, Chevy Chase, Maryland, William Edward Kay, Erie, Penn- sylvania, Douglas XV. Keddie, Tucson, Arizona, Pa- tricia Kelley, Phoenix, Arizona, Patricia L. Kennedy, Tucson, Arizona, John G. Kirby, Tucson ,Arizona. I Q Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Ronald Konecky, Brooklyn, New York, Myra R. Kop- lin, Tucson, Arizona, Philip F. Lachapelle, Spring- field, Massachusetts, Corinne Dee La Tourrette, Med- ford, Oregon, Josephine T. Lee, Tucson, Arizona, Robert LePine, Tucson, Arizona, Nancy Levine, New Seniors York, New York, Joan Luscher, Minneapolis, Minne- SPRINGTIME ON THE DESERT . . . PICACHO DE CLARA sota. Francis Quinn McCarthy, Tucson, Arizona, Willard R. McDonald, Phoenix, Arizona, Lloyd A. McMaster, Clayton, Missotui, Kathleen E. McNabb, Phoenix, Arizona, VV. Joan Manes, Tucson, Arizona, George A. Masek, Tucson, AIIZOIIZIQ Shirley Matlock, Globe, Arizona, Nancy Brite Merchant, Louisville, Kentucky. Evelyn Diane Moore, Tucson, Arizona, Margcne Mor- ris, Beverly Hills, California, George G. Morrison, Portland, Indiana, David A. North, Rockford, Illi- nois, juan Nunez, Tucson, Arizona, Harry S. North, Ir., Phoenix, Arizona, Robert T. O'Haire, Tucson, Arizona, Patricia O'Reilly, Tucson, Arizona. William A. Ouellette, Brooklyn, New York, Patricia Ieanne Parker, Tucson, Arizona, Nicholas Paulos, Ir., Lordsburg. New Mexico, Molly Potter, Rock Island, Illinois, George E. Pottinger, Nogales, Arizona, Quincy D. Powdrill, Tucson, Arizona, Harriet Prevo, Grosse Point, Michigan, Arthur J. Price, Detroit, Michigan. Virginia Pullen, Flagstaff, Arizona, James I-I. Quinn, Tucson, Arizona, Frank Stewart Regan, Rockford, Il- linois, Ezra J. Regan, East Rockaway, New York, Curtis VV. Rice, Tucson, Arizona, Arthur W. Ricks, Tucson, Arizona, John F. Roberts, Clarkclale, Ari- zona,, Jimmie C. Robinson, Clovis, New Mexico. :N-' I if 5 1 'Jw :EY M QW W, ,, '-Hissfia, ,..,,, . -aw iz RQ. gig? ,a gp A-.v F ' n 1,,,1Hi K 1 A-Q4 ,a X549 B E gfvffik EA' .La 1 Q -Aw U ,H 4-. f Fi 1aQ5i'.. ,4 Vx , . if 2 iiryrr .M,'rlPfQ. -' xx h5f,'fff 'ff' -W 'vs . , . Q WF +"f'i " fc ,fx "F f. n'..H'g if . 'ff-"f7'w ,. 1 I -Q sfM5,,. xs. . QL A .o MN- - mr-"ff 'I if Y, -. k U4 qw ,Lg W- f W 4. .af gf-fig ' ,WL -ky. Kb fyhgja-l1'i ziggy ,ji :gg 3. 351, fi 5151? L. ' W- 'V gf' ring., 'w-' f :e- ' 4,.f':f new 1 " , ,. S 5 g ' ' ,,q .f'f933l' fmxfif, we A 4 r gim- rw 47 igl, ,- H1 I ff7,f7"' -Qiaisfx.. 3 SV JY,:,g,g ,N , V I ' sw-12' ' , f af 'Q if K A 4 V Q H f Mmaw - if "gf N sig 5 Q " - .1 V ,I ,Q 5 W 1 ,S 9 Q ww 7 .. ' Wm as X1 525 f qw If A 'X . Ap-X-X Q ma- Q 1 w c 4 B A Zigi ef A 13 'f Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: PALO VERDE Robert R. NVeuvcr, Ir., Phoenix, Arizona, Ruthmary Wells, Phoenix, Arizona, Alice VVhite, Bisbee, Ari- zona. Charles B. VVhite, Colorado Springs, Coloradog Mar- garet Wfhitc, Tucson, Arizona, Ben F. Williams, Ir., Douglas, Arizona. P. Jean Vlfyatt, Tucson, Arizona, Ramona Zavala, Tucson, Arizonng Jeanne Eaton Zern, Oceanside, California. -33- Seniors is Doctor Thomas G. Chapman W e -Q M- ve -A Mines The preparation of young men for careers in the mineral industry involves training in the three specialized fields of geology, mining, and metallurgy. The College of Mines offers engineering degrees in each of these fields. The degree in mining engi- neering is broad, and involves about equal time of preparation in the fields of geology, mining, and metallurgy. The degree in geo- logical engineering is more specialized in that more time is devoted to geology at the expense of work in mining and metal- lurgy. The degree of metallurgical engi- neering is highly specialized and ap- proaches chemical engineering as applied to metals. - is Q9 W Xeif' Q6 as we A group of senior mining students mill a copper ore in the mineral dressing ' laboratory. The enrollment of unclergraduate stu- dents in the College of Mines is 175 for the current year. The students come from 80 states and 3 foreign countries. In addi- ' d te tion to the undergraduates 25 g1a ua students major in the College of Mines in l fields of geology mining, or metal- tie , lurgical engineering. The graduate stu- dents come from 11 states and 2 foreign countries. and metallurgical The Work in mining engineering is housed in a modern building erected from funds supplied by the Phelps C ration in 1939-40 It contains Dodge orpo 1 . modern equipment for laboratory and re- search work in mining and especially in ' ' ' l ' lmetal- the fields of extiactive and p 1yS1CR lurgy. In addition to the work on the campus, ' ' d metal- field Work and v1sits to mines an lurgical plants are emphasized due to fa- ' ' h Work. vorable location of Tucson for suc f Mines has been the re- The College o cipient of many scholarships and graduate fellowships which are available to under- graduate and graduate students. ggi wi A - . 5 i A class in the physical metallurgy laboratory ex- amines magnified polished samples of brass under microscopes. A field-trip squad yvork at topographic mapping in the Rincon Mountains. HOLE IN THE WALL . . . MT. LEMMON HIGHWAY Mines Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Leslie C. Acton, Tucson, Arizona, A. WV. Allen, Los Angeles, California, George VVcsley Bannon, Mesa, Arizona G. Arthur Barber, Chicago, Illinois, Donald A. Betlach, Sun Prairie, WVisconsin, Robert I-I. Butler, VVarren, Arizona, Keith James Coke, Phoenix, Arizona. Clyde Russell Davis, Erie, Pennsylvania, David H. Evans, New Kensington, Pennsylvania, Vvlllllllll E. Ferguson, Holbrook, Arizona, William F eurstein, Tuc- son, Arizona, Henry G. Grundsteclt, Tucson, Arizona, John T. Hill, Tucson, Arizona, Paul Keating, Seattle, NVashington. Charles XV. Knight, Tucson, Arizona, David Laird Kuck, Tucson, Arizona, Thomas A. Lawson, Ajo, Ari- zona, John VVilliam Lingafelter, Tucson, Arizona, Jimmie Arnold Littrell, Tucson, Arizona, Jack H. Lucas, IVallace, Idaho, Sidney J. McDuff, Marana, Arizona. William McKinney, Columbia, Missouri, Richzud T. Moore, Tucson, Arizona, Eliseo J. Reynoso, Cotton- wood, Arizona, Fred Richard Sargent, Tucson, Ari- zona, Nelson Severinghaus, Jr., Decatur, Georia, Jolm Shepherd, Tucson, Arizona, William J. Sme- tana, Tucson, Arizona. Keith Terry, Tucson, Arizona, Edward H. Torgersen, Tucson, Arizona, Warren D. Travis, Prescott, Arizona, Leland Cafer Vought, Tucson, Arizona, Robert Henry Webb, Tucson, Arizona, Jack Patterson Wilson, Tuc- son, Arizona: John P. Wolfe, Flossmoor, Illinois. .,.m, - 8 A. Q as Ye 9 l an Eiif? ' ji? get ff 1553-51 ' - L 'xgfb ull' " was , f 1 Haakon Bang MPL 'aixllliu is ' i, ,MV 1, w? ' Pharmacy The newest college on the University of Arizona campus is the College of Pharm- acy. Equipped with the most modern fa- cilities, this college occupies three floors of the south wing of the Chemistry-Physics Building. The College consists of several large lecture rooms and up-to-date labora- tories in dispensing pharmacy, pharmacol- ogy, pharmacognosy, and pharmaceutical chemistry. These facilities are all new and among the most modern and best equipped in the United States. Dean of the college is Dr. I-Iaakon Bang who holds four degrees and began his ca- reer as a pharmacist with the Owl Pharm- acy of Cheney, Washington, in 1927. He came to the University of Arizona as Dean in 1950. Previously he had taught at Wasli- ington State College since 1932. 'cv aw Q. xg, 'X, 1 Professor Bialk discusse ' s various methods of com- pounding prescriptions with Vic Howard and Bill Stier. Dr. Willis Brewer joins a group of his students as they study the crude drugs in the new Pharmacognosy labo' t ' ' ' ' ia oiy, installed just this year. -33- Several pharmacy students observe the results of a me- dicinal plant experiment in a hydroponic c u l t u r e, which involves growing the l- ' p ants Ill a salt solu- tion instead of soil. National professionl f a raternities of the College of Pharmacy include Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Chi, and a student branch of th . . e American Pharmaceutical Association. The purpose of the latter is to familiarize students with recent studies and disco ' . veries in the science of pharmacy. Approximately seventy per cent of students enrolled i th , n e College of Ph ' " " ' ' ' aimacy are affiliated with this association. The branch is strivin t k g o ta e all of the pharmacy students at the Uni- versity into their organization in the near future. In 1950 the college graduated its first cl-iss at this University. Before the College of Pharmacy was established in 1947, pharm- acy students could take only part of their training here at the University and were enrolled in the Liberal Arts College. Left to Right: First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: David F. Basila, Phoenix, Arizona, Joseph Bclport, Tucson, Arizona, Woodrow NV. Brown, Tucson, Ari- zona, Duan L. Campbell, Tucson, Arizona, Manuel Corrales, lVatsonville, California, Glen E. Crandall, Tucson, Arizona, Jerry M. Davidson, Tucson, Arizona, George DeS1net, Pasadena, California. Ray DiDomenico, Tucson, Arizona, john Donald- son, Tucson, Arizona, Frank H. Feldhusen, Tucson, Arizona, Floyd Morgan Gills, Long Beach, California, Victor Lyle Howard, Tucson, Arizona, Claude Hod- speth Jones, jr., Tucson, Arizona, Myron Krichinan, Phoenix, Arizona, Irving Kaith, Tucson, Arizona. Richard Kiefer, Tucson, Arizona, John Matthew Kurz, Tucson, Arizona, Clyde XV. Laird, Tempe, Arizona, Frank Lee, Tucson, Arizona, James L. Martin, Tucson, Arizona, Luis C. Mendoza, Hayden, Arizona, T. Frank Moody, Thatcher, Arizona, Alfred Perlis, Tucson, Arizona. Raymond V. Pierce, Miami, Arizona, Carlos D. Pulido, Tucson, Arizona, Richard Stanlee Ragle, Tucson, Ari- zona, Morton David Reich, Tucson, Arizona, james A. Robbins, Tucson, Arizona, Robert K. Robson, Tuc- son, Arizona, Richard Ronstadt, Tucson, Arizona, Joe A. Huis, Tucson, Arizona. John C. Seely, Fort Stockton, Texas, Tony N. Sierra, Tucson, Arizona, George H. Steele, Jr., Tucson, Ari- zona, William Paul Stier, Oakland, California, Jack Suite, Tucson, Arizona, Earl Ralph Thurman, Tue- son, Arizona, George E. Ude, Ir., Morenci, Arizona, Arthur Gage Upson, Tucson, Arizona. -89- I Semmfs TUZIGOOT PUEBLO . . . CLARKDALE, ARIZONA HWY? . we Pharmacy W -f Y Left to Right: First Row: Andrew Valenzuela, Phoenix, Arizonng Bruce VVa1kcr Naco, Arizona. Second Row: Richard B. Yeager, Tucson, Arizonug Mike A. Zanot Prescott, Arizona. WATER HOLE . . . NAVAJO INDIAN RESERVATION X Q f. ' l 1 'S Qi 9 aim X ' 413 gl l-::: xigggggg A The Department of Military Science and Tactics em- phasizes discipline, leadership, physical fitness, and professional training to achieve its primary goal of training students to enter upon their duties in the Armored Branch of the Officers Reserve Corps and the Regular Army. Theoretical and practical training in weapons and tactics under the combat-experienced Army cadre assigned to the University prepare the graduates of R. O T. C. to be platoon leaders of tank and mechanized reconaissance units. The armored columns of World War II and Korean fame were in many instances commanded byrofficers who received their training at the University of Arizona. af-9 s All E . sawn? M.. M Z21'H"'-ri m,wxM,ms,,,a H H... M s H M E -frm W N Y Us r H., B H H nil? 1-5554, ' Ijgg5g3g.l a n. N ima H 2 we n E . -aa 7 Q1 H H a K a a ,. E. fmna am H ' n a if -E am.. www E 4 -, an nm H. M a mor, . W, A . ss.-'Q , a A fa .ss is WM ,gg gs W . ,sg ,., M an -Em A H we Hai- -wr' B ag? if ' - L is is .cami ml. PIE may . ix skis gr zz . 5 . E . .fa- K.. n 1 if gr gr H :'-2 ' . 'M VM ' : ' s Q 2 H ' 2 Q M.. E E K' BSS 911253 S Selma H H D. 51 fm ww. . E1 mi His H 1 E xmmmsmx wi H 553855 W X 4 ,X .. .. U G gsm . TW, L ,. .. M mm H f T 5,3555 1 H it as 5 Q msaugg S xi if was ,ggm . M W H B2 . W M' , K s X 1 Ka a ami an Q KIM W as Q a san? : 1 Q N V a M H V an r. Q E M Q Q a 1 1... " a W ,na W H aawwwma an - - -- .. , ss , ,:,:-:-:.:.... 5. . . if V.. .af is Y- A U -:: - 5: :I-' , .. W ..::: 1 'i' ' i . Y, - 5 'v :j: If 2... 'i' .:. -5 X : aa.: 1-1 m is 1 : V Sm 3 1 . Q . . Q 1 " Q A, W .g: ' Q . Q iw? 'MEM 3 - -E--EE: 5 H g, W .. N lu ' .A . Q45 7:52 2 2 ,:, .:: .. P COL. T. Q. DONALDSON, Jr. Professor of Military Science and Tactics mbsf- ,Will :ESQ W B.. EEE is-'ss Officers: Left to right-Col. Donaldson, Ir., Col. Air Officers: Left to right-Lt. Col. Denison, Lt. Col. Flem- Lt Col. Smith, Lt. Col. Zecca, Capt. Dvvan. ing, Lt. Col. Black, Maj. Ellis, Capt. Hathaway, Capt. F agin. as X Ze e? LT. coL. JACK A. DENISON ' Professor of Air Science and Tactics GARETH BLACK Cadet Air Colonel S , . ,-..J-.,,..,, ..-, fe Left to right: M fSgt. Homes, TX Sgt. Gomez, M,fSgt. Schoepfer, SfSgt. Zwisler, TfSgt. Donnelly, TfSgt. Keating. . , ,ff 4 M . .V . .,.,: . W, A ' -filer . - 2 .. :Q Pershing Rifles .f. .gd A - vw ,- .. ,, M fig. 2.3. Rifle Team ...92-. iff, ., i To young men Who are in college, enroll- ment in the Air Force R. O T. C. offers many advantages. The history of our Nation indicates that many will become members of the military service at some time. The Air Force R. O. T. C. offers the opportunity to prepare for such an eventuality. Here, specialized training to prepare young officers for Air Force careers in Administration and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is offered. Those men in- terested in flying training will find the A. F. R. O. T. C. a natural step to achieve this goal. , if- i f 'KL Wkaafkr-i 5 .PM if 1' I it R Sgt.f1c Sink, MfSgt. Sauage, MfSgt. Hayden, MfSgt. I ' I 7 ' ' Alexander, MfSgt, Armstrong, Sgt. Ralley, Sgt. Gregg, RICHARD T- HELMS Mfsgt. Anderson, M,!Sgt. Boutwell. Afmorecl Cadet Colmwl Scabbard and Blade 1 1 The Pistol Team won 16 out of the 18 matches that it entered. It was never beaten by more than 10 points, and beat some formidable foes: West Point, Texas A. 81 M., Comell, and the U. S. Naval Academy. Its high scorers were C. K. Strauss and B. B. Hardin. , The Varsity Rifle Team won 24 out of the 31 matches fired. The group participated in the Southwestern Small Bore Rifle Team Invitational in El Paso Its high scorers were I. Booth and W. Laird. The Army R O. T. C. Rifle Team Won 12 out of 22 matches. Its high scorers were C. Herner and W. Mc- Curnin. Hardin, B., Rundell, P., Whittman, C., Demarest, 1.5 Kyle, D --93- ' aa . Mrs. MHYY 1 :msn is. llllflfil . basic cadets A X explained to the Scfcouig 132201 Sgt' Hay el the mechanism of we ' A in Artordi Secfetmy Armored Cadets received their instructions Armor ROTC unit ready for inspection on the 60-min. mortar xr 1 4: H A , B H H st, ii-sgwswiff 1 K S I X, H. X4 .n , VI?--' H -,g-we W xv was--FX Q SE- B9 ss W-if af? 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Fain the Uni- versity of Arizona Concert Band, composed of seventy- five men and women, had one of its most successful seasons. The band played a great variety of musical numbers including classical, semi-classical, and popu- lar pieces in its concerts on the library steps and during its tour to Arizona high schools. As a new project this year the band recorded "All Hail Arizona" and "Fight Wildcatsv as a means of increasing the distribution of the songs and as income for the band. Part of the concert band organized the swing band which played at the Varsity Show and at the school basketball games. xx , - - i , 1 3 rf 3 U- A Q , , I X, I my T atv- -- ms ai.,-,hx , P , 1 nz uw : im, i ,L - xx my A - M: -i si, -- ve 3 U ni firsev asm 3'-V Hi -Hs E is - M . ,. w 2 f' -. Naseem sr. Us 1 sr E A is -H -N -.H .Y --mam .ima I- an iw H m S Z s .. .W . ,., g W 1 ms is 5 Men's Glee Club MENS GLEE CLUB members Were: Left to right: First row--Nohlechek, E,. Davis, I., Goldberg, M., Metokos, A., Anagostopolous, A., Black, G., Clotheir, B. Second row-Ban teau, F., Feldkamp, L., WVilson, M., Clatworthy, D., Malter, L., Sawyers, W., DiBella, I. Third row--Collins, E., Warren, I., Dickoon, I., Dawson, S., Starr, I., Countryman, B. Fourth row-Lahr, H., Arriola, F., Roberts, WV., Jones, F., Van Biper, A., Stetson, F. Back -Loren Hollenbeck, Director. omen's Glee Club 1 i WOMENS GLEE CLUB members Were: Left to right: First row-Snider, I., Wood, I-I., Rochine, Pm., Bray, M., Schuler, B., Iohnson, I., McDaniel, D., Bidgood, P., Canterbury, B. Wood, Naomi, Pool, M., Cooper, Second row-Bliss, C., Milby, C., Lundquist, P., Lutch E., Casey, C., Badham, M., Hartmann, C., Snyder, P., Swanson, N., Takuan, A., Glasgow L. Third row-Blair, B. Cdirectorj, Blazzard, C., Sheliekes, E., Murtaugh, C., Summers A., Burroughs, B., Prusha, L., Fees, N., Kamp, M., VVoods, I., Ainsley, D. -93- 1 Orchestra ..-e' -Y was W - The University' Symphonic Orches- tra this year has included a greater expansion than ever before in its his- tory. In the University Auditorium during November the orchestra pre- sented its first concert under the ca- pable direction of Lewis Danfelt. Its members also supplied most of the music for the annual performance of "The Messiah." The orchestra de- voted much of its time this year to reading music literature, and culmi- nated this work with a program of classical music, which they presented in the spring. This yearis String Quartet consisted of Reinhart, A.g Sullivan, G Carroll, C.5 Nelson, K. -99- ARIZCDNA STATE FLAG M Some campus cuties recall the flapper days of their parents with the Charleston. J-'11 President McCormick awards blankets to the parents having the most children enrolled in school and traveling the longest distance. l 1. Herring Hall-ites present a comic opera in honor of the Moms and Dads. -102 - and D'S DAY The University of Arizona campus greeted Moms and Dads from far and wide, on October 28, this year. This day has become one of the big campus events of the university year. Mortar Board, senior womenis honorary, and Blue Key, senior honorary for men, are the traditional co- sponsors. Varied entertainment and prizes high- lighted the twenty-first Mom and Dad's Day. Registration at Old Main was first on the agenda for the visiting parents. An assembly, entitled "The Roaring Twentiesf' followed registration. Many memories of the "good old daysv were recalled by the comic skits presented at the assembly. Another event of the day was a foot- ball rally held at the flagpole, where Head Foot- ball Coach Don Winslow gave an enthusiastic pep talk. Many of the Moms and Dads had lunch and dinner at the sorority and fraternity houses of their daughters and sons. All the halls held teas and open houses throughout the after- noon. President I. Byron McCormick and Miss Sarah Seabury, president of Mortar Board, wel- comed parents at the Presidents Reception, held at Maricopa Hall. Mortar Board and F.S.T., junior women's honorary, were co-hostesses at the affair. In the afternoon, Desert Mermaids and the men's swimming team presented exhibi- tion swimming at the women's pool. Orchesis gave a short dancing program, and dramatic stu- dents of Herring Hall enacted a comic opera in the Liberal Arts Auditorium. The climax of the day was the University of Denver-Arizona foot- ball game, held that evening in the stadium. During half-time Don Butler, president of A. S. U. A., welcomed parents, and blankets were pre- sented to the Mom and Dad having the largest number of children enrolled at the University and to the parents who came the longest dis- tance. A perfect ending to the day was the downing of Denver by the Wildcats to the tune of a 19-14 defeat. Mortar Board members Kathleen McNabb and Susan Madrid serve punch and cookies at the Deanis tea in the patio of Maricopa Hall. Spurs greet and register the campus visitors. Ioan Mclnerney pins the official blue ribbons on her parents Admiral and Mrs. J. M. Mclnerney. Members of the INTER-FRATERNITY PLEDGE COUNCIL were: Left to right: First row-Mc- Creast, B., Woods, T., Minkler, J., Fretz, B., Squires, D., True, R. Second row-Jones, E., Mandelbaum W., Marsh, C., Beazley, H., Owens, S., Munds, L., Lazarus, F. Third row-Hinkenberger, I., Thomp- son, S., Choisser, D., Albertson, R., Kaplan, I., Men- delssohn, F., Noonan, T. 7 o 11111111 2' Lu lr -. . SAE Middleton showing off the prized spittoon awarded to the winning team in the third annual I. F. P. C. pajama race. Pat Keevan accepts the trophy for Yavapai Hall, which sponsored the Sig Alps. I. F. P. C. The Inter-Fraternity Pledge Council was or- ganized at the University of Arizona in 1948 for the express purpose of promoting fellow- ship and fostering better pledge functions. It is a branch of the Inter-Fraternity Council which helps future fraternity men meet and discuss common problems relative to all fra- ternities on campus. The presidents were La Verne Harris, of Alpha Tau Omega, first se- mester, and Tom Noonan, of Phi Kappa Psi, the second semester. The I. F. C. advisor was Frank Lazarus. Now an annual tradition, the pledge pajama race was started two years ago - a race which begins at the Tau Delt house and, after passing many of the fraternity and sorority houses, ends at the Phi Cam house. The highly prized spittoon was won this year by Sigma Alpha Epsilon, sponsored by Yava- pai Hall, with Delta Chi, Phi, Delta Theta, and Phi Gamma Delta winning nightshirts for plac- ing second, third and fourth, respectively. In March the I. F. P. C. dance was held at Rancho Diablo, with a Mardi Gras theme. Another one of the many activities was the cleaning of the Memorial Fountain, an annual event held in April, where pledges from all fraternities meet on a Saturday morning to clean out the pool. This is an important proj- ect because all fraternity men who are gradu- ated or pinned are upooledf' according to cus- tom, by their fraternity brothers. To celebrate this yearis cleaning, the presidents of A.S.U.A. and I.F.C. were first to be thrown in. By the pledges working together, these activities and many more further the cooperation and friend- ship of social fraternities on campus. And they're off! Guests This year's University of Arizona Artist's Series re- ceived great acclaim among both students and towns- people. Opening the series was a concert by Patrice Munsel, famed Metropolitan soprano, who sang before a sell-out audience. Miss Munsel's sparkle and brilliance kept the audience enthralled throughout her delightful performance of operatic and classical selections. In November, a double bill of soprano Marina Kozhetz and the balladeer team of Josef Marais and Miranda appeared on the Artist Series. The songs of Miss Kozhetz and folk songs and dances of Marais and Miranda won much applause from the near-capacity crowd. Pianist Artur Rubinstein played to a full house two nights in succession. His program included selections by Franck, Chopin, Debussy and other famous composers. Rubinstein was on his fourteenth consecutive tour of the United States and had played to sell-out crowds in almost every place he had visited. Critics have ranked him as one of the greatest pianists in the world, and after seeing and hearing him, Tucsonians and University students readily agreed. Appearing fourth on the Artist Series program were baritone Robert Weede and his son, Robert Weede, Ir. Both father and son are members of the Metropolitan Opera Company, having appeared with it several times in the past season. The performance of these two singers was warmly received by the audience. i il lf' l Miranda and Josef Marais Patrice Munsel Artur Rubinstein mgfggm is-X ree -7 ., -XXX wx XX Hwy gl BXX fi 5 3 X V X FX XXXXUXI X I X- M XX. 'WX .M X XXXXXWXM I l':X rf m .X L 'X 'M ,X .X MNXXX ,X .XX-AX M . M- 3' .Vg M XX - X XL' T-f .X .5 , E M, N .XPMM .X X X .M X as B151 ' X X M .MX - M I .,,., - X M . im W M ' I "XX L ': QE ' ZX' KEYS- WX' M if -X va M, -EJX M' F -- .X. M mia- Q1 M X. .K Mk .H ' XX ' H X ' :XP 'Y M X LX Pg 5535... 1 2 M ., .- FXS - X- X 2 . .X . '2 M M' X- --,.iX.- :Xl-I-X.,-'XXM X.X. ig X Min 'wg X X ma. 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Student talents ranging from trios to corn bands were presented each Week. Highlights of the program this year were the Campus Chest action and an interview with lthe well-known popular singer, Mel Torme. "VVhat am I bid for this luscious piece of pulchri- tude?,' Queen candidate, Barbara Beck, stands by-to be sold by jim McNulty, m.c. Santa McNulty came down from the North Pole early to present Betty VVal- glsh with a record for guessing the mystery tune. -107- . 4 ' 1' gg x DRAMA "Goodbye M F ancyi' Herring Hall had one of its biggest seasons this year, opening with 'Coodbye My F ancyf, by Fay Kanin. The story concerned a congresswoman who returns to her college to receive an honorary degree. The action of the play started out in high gear as soon as the curtain was raised. The dialogue was bright and quick and there were no lags in the action. Miss Pat Steele, as Agatha Reed, handled the lead with great dexterity. Excellent acting was portrayed by Misses Pat Baker and Rita Riggs, Mr. Charles Linder, Mr. Ross Cope, and the rest of the cast did a professional job. s jf- -TT' 5371 'fif 2f'gfgW' College girls' hen party. The facts of "Life." The COl'1gl'6SSXVOl11U.11,S point of view. it-K,fQQa . sf-1 I, 'S - f 1 fy' Q " Choo! or Husbcznclsv Another full-length production of the Drama Department was "School for Hus- bands," which was under the capable direction of Peter Marroney. This com- edy of manners took place in seventeenth century Paris. It concerned the diffi- culties involved when two lovers, Isa- belle, played by Miss Pat Baker, and Vale1'e, played by Ross Cope, are kept apart by the constant watchfulness of Squanarelle, the girl's guardian, who also Wishes to marry her. The acting in genl eral was of high quality and each part was played with a refreshing vigor. The colorful sets and costumes added much to the play and it was one of the finest presentations this season. Shame on you Beware of love l A musical intel lude Finale N be Yellow racket, CAST OF CHARACTERS: TAI FAH MIN ............v.............,................. Noble Hoyne WOO SIN YIN .......... .......... T horny Ga-rst DUE IUNG FAI-I ......... ........ M ary Kate Zinn TSO -............................. ........... I :met Stover LEI SIN ................... ..,........ C harlie Linder SUE-Y SIN FAH ........ ..,....., M czrgaret Ingham CHEE MOO ,............. .........,......... P at Baker SIT HOOK CAR .......... .......,..... G ene jones WOO HOO CIT ....,...... ....,... H erman Daniels THE DAF F ODIL ,........ .,..,,,. T ommy W-iggins YIN SUEY GONG ,....,.. ,,,,,,,,,,, D 011 I-Ians-On Mor FAH Loy ,,,,.,,.,,,.,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 11 fm Riggs TAI CHAR SHOONG ......,. ..,....... P at lllcGuire KONI LOI ........................., ........,...... I ay Keene LOY CONC ..............,.... ....v..... B ob Burroughs VVIDOW CHINC ....,.,,. .,.,,....,,. A lary Strahl SEE NOI .................,.. ....... A mo Summers "The Yellow Iacketv was one of the most un- usual dramas presented by Herring Hall this season. The play, a Chinese romance on a young maifs adventures by George C. Hazes- ton and Benrimio, is a successful adaptation in English of the form and spirit of the Chi- nese drama. Richard Barrett, the property man, who never had a line, put on an excellent performance. Miss Pat Baker gave a very con- vincing performance as the mother, grief- stricken upon leaving her child. Wu Hoo Cit, the young hero, was played dashingly by Her- man Daniel. An unusual twist was furnished by having just one stage setting, designed by Glenn A. Baker. The rest was left to the imag- ination of the audience. Another peculiar twist was the weird make-up, almost like war paint. The central character of the play, the governor of the province, was capably played by Thornton Carst. 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I in E, ,.,. M. . A Ns2M.mE,?,S xaiiivm 5:5E5aa,w.?,?,zw?-bgiwfgw.. W - H ' Mlss BARBARA BECK Delta Gamma 1950 HOMECO fII Q - 113- EE ax dx may ma B 'Q -'al Q. li Q? '5."11u W M.,-Aggernvm was L ,N M..-.,-M Vip., ' A vsexwwa Returning alums found the U. of A. campus buzzing with activity on Home- coming Week-end. This yearls Homecoming Was spotlighted by the silver jubilee for the class of 1925. Seven members of the 1900 football team Were honored at the annual football game which was played against Texas Tech. First place in house decorations Went to the Gamma Phi Betas and Phi Delta Thetas. In the float contest Kappa Kappa Gamma placed first in the Wom- enls division for the most original float, and the Gamma Phis Won the most beautiful float cup. In the meifs division the most original award Went to Pi Kappa Alpha and Phi Delts captured the most spectacular prize. Queen Barbara Beck reigned over the Week-end with her attendants Ioan Manes, Anne O,Malley, Sharon Hilleary, Carolyn Parsons, and Marilynn Sanders. Gamma Phi's "Let,s Skunk 'Emu took a first place in the women's division of house decorations. a W it M Em H suns- iw! fi zz a Q H Q H. l ..t .. vi- x E SS is M is W- ai :ag E F Q 1. W Ea.,-as 2 ff ... ag it 'fi MUS ' BSS -A S8 H af - -arm , - l!.xj.fL',.q.'?-G, , :Bd-'Q':'sL . sf,-' " in L L ' , All mni secretar , directs re istration of returning ee Owlh h 1 ssistance of, Sue Hungg' and Sarah Seabury. Alums enjoy buffet dinner at the Santa Rita Hotel alums wit t e a 'N 5, MP3-. aw.. at V , ., Homecoming 33 W -time sw as-in :tw 33 1 me HB EH 'A in ma, isf is in min M3 we at -3 W Hes: 35 me N B3 Ei? K s W W as-is Wm 'Beam -9 H-.PQ :A 'L K-im as mlm 333 mmm . ,.,.. N ,, .3 3, . -35132333335 eiigigzizgagzgn Hg: -EB Barbara Beck greets members of the 1900 football team. -' e Ms m gy . W .. . ,W M E 53,-2 W Mm 32 zxgwm 3 sm is was Q5 'FQ M QW. Eff li :ge-52: gei- sm. W NWN--B-H mm 333 me new an Bm sits H as-ES sm Us sg E Wm -A ' nz a we rms Q n we e z- n sa gi a 1 1 3 W :fixing Bmw n Q n m H gi - n me wif? Q gan Q . H Q H First place in men's division of house decorations Went to Phi Delta Theta. 3 The theme of "Ghost Riders in 5 the won the Phi Cams sec- ond place in house decorations. Pi Phi's 'Touchdowns Un- limited" placed second in Women's decorations. Members of the 1900 football team receive "Av blankets during halftime ceremonies of the Texas Tech game. H , ms in , . if H mg 333 3 3 333 3 -.wwgsymmss - 5-weaves x-we-we E is :-Er!-32523. K' X 3 3 T 3 Q 3 I 33.2 3 W I L 5 L- 1-. Quik aff: - 315 w vi m-Ei n 3 AMW A ' Emi if as gms in -:- sw E WM -msgs mmm ,Himsa-. ,B in me me mam- 1-7 - - -U M- W An Arabian Nights t h e in e brought a victory to the Gamma Phis for the most beautiful float. The queen and her attendants greet the crowd with warm smiles. Floats, Awards i i i I A special train for alums won the Phi Delts the most "The Little Engine That Could" gave the Kappas a first spectacular prize in menis division of floats. for the most original float. , ,,-,-.. ,,,.. .. V V - -,---Q --sv Vi-.dm-., -mu-.L sa " nm 'a".i4. 1"'x'A"'5""'m5i 1 .' ' ' ' ' JP Fred Stofft, Alumni President, presents the outstanding alumni achievement award to Senator Kimble. Alpha Theta,s Cinderella float brought rounds of applause from the crowds. First prize for the most original float in the menis division Went to Pi Kappa Alphais red dragon. -1J4g:' " - Proud cup clairners smile happily after the presentation of Homecoming trophys Miss Marvelle Germaine Kappa Kappa Gamma Miss Ginger Fogal Pi Beta Phi Miss Cay Turnbull Yuma Hall -118- Miss Suzanne Kenney, Tri Delt, was crowned as this year's Desert Queen by popular vote. Sue has been active as a member of Spurs, has Worked on the Desert, and also helped on the Campus Chest Drive. At the top of her sports list is horseback riding. Sue hails from Salamanca, Mexico, and is a sopho- more majoring in English. Sue also was Sweetheart of A. T. O. Miss Lael Muehleback Alpha Phi mv nf P: Y ,Q 14,2 sz E Q - ss -n. was gf, ' 5 ee Q F g , 4, - W 1 Q y- K xg if h J , , 5 if M - x ' , 1 W 5, . w .. a.5,s'fL M Q". 5 N Y 52,59 fm g-el 1 fx 'A :L 'Wifi I-3 21 , Q R by . , mg ff V, f , 3 .H mega L skein , me umm-QW M if N , wa N 1 f s W H 11 X , N masses 1, , 53.88 waxy. , A . Q .. Q f Z .ff Qi . .:M ' , - nl H ,, lv: 4 vw Z' - " Hmm fx xl Semi W 1 YK' 'f4?ai-if 1-1 A Rf, 24 ,lf bw-ff 'fiigdf Mi- M--V265--P if , 3 -""2w fax 1924: ,fi ., WAX , W W Q , . . H 55 X251 - 1 JMD-, Ln. -,,g,.1.L A like Mlss SUZANNE KENNEY Delta Delta Delta DESERT QUEE - 119 - ,wp , W iff H. , J -1 rsvfik 35 , K Q, H ,L 5 L 4' w Q , H ss - E Q ,,f J, ' Q M356 'A Ki L' N 'f yr -me 1, mi YQ' W .HZ J W N, JH P K ,fgmm Wye - M ff aa, Kiss X G nxq we: ,- -: ms X, .D he L,?fAl'm-Q N1 exam fa.W,M,4 ,E .MJ n if Couples dance dreamily to the music of Arnie Serbin. Entertainer Willie Shore shows Fran Smith a fancy step. Couples rest during intermission and await the announcement of this year's Desert Queen, Desert Dance Held at the Santa Rita Hotel, the annual 1950 Desert Dance Was one of the most successful in many years. Queen Kelmeb' ehe'QS happily with hel' date P-ffel' The danceable music of Arnie Serbin's orchestra and Clownmg Celemomes' outstanding entertainment spotlighted the evening, Su- zanne Kenney, Tri Delt, was crowned Queen of Queens, and her court Was composed of Marvelle Germaine, Lael Muehleback, Kay Turnbull, and Ginger Fogul. Queen Suzanne Kenney is crowned with gardenias by Brad Hall as her attendants Marvelle Germaine, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Lael Muehleback, Alpha Phi, Ginger Fogul, Pi Beta Phi, and Kay Turnbull, Yuma Hall, look on. Mortar Board Formal B' . ' , Will Osborne's music kept couples enthralled throughout the evening. H ' Q Mortar Board President Sarah Seabury places the ' crowning top hat on Bob Ewing as finalists T. J. Case and Ronnie Konecky smile their approval. Pat Lawson and Sarah Seabury smile their approval as Nancy Lea buys a ticket to the formal. Celebrating their twenty-fifth year on the U. of A. campus, Mortar Board, Senior womenis honorary, held their annual for- mal at the V. F. W. Hall. Highlighting the evening Was the smooth playing of Will Osborne and his orchestra, and the crowning of Bob Ewing, this yearis most eligible bachelor. Couples danced be- neath a huge chandelier which reflected multi-colored light around the dance floor. TYRT ggi, -122- GLORIA KINNEY Alpha Chi Omega RODEO QUEEN -- 123 - PIMA HALL FORMAL ALPHA EPSILON PHI FORMAL DELTA GAMMA F ORNIAL KAPPA SIGMA F ORMAL P1 KAPPA ALPHA F ORINIAL PHI DELTA THETA FORMAL A flash of color amidst a cloud of dust, and the colors ride in the Grand Entry, opening the elev- enth annual University of Arizona Rodeo. Hun- dreds of levi-clad legs and boots dangled from the sagging fences as the rodeo fans watched high- kicking broncs execute their best twists and lunges. Over in the chutes an eager Brahma pawed impa- tiently and tried to climb out as a rider eased him- self gently onto his mount. A calf, streaking down the center of the arena, was stopped short as a cowboyis accurate loop settled around its neck, and found itself thrown and tied before it could bawl. A contestant, plowing up a small fLu'row as he dug his boot heels in the loose arena dirt, attempted to get solid footing so he could bulldog his steer in winning time .... Kinsley Ranch scenery - U. of A. style! Rodeo From the intent gaze of Dave Mansur, Ted Hazen, and George Masek, it must be one of those four-footed western tornadoes hey are watching. M swan ann R BEER K "'- .gf -:- asian mwsxsalggm V F M E .rms 1 sf gag E .:. -:: :2-:I - H ',,, W .ww : .:. ge' ,.L -- - ,QW R4 M ' E. -is iw-5' .2 4 " ' vm ' - "' mmxm ' 5 I 1-I.. - -- . ry- -. B gn, -.-7, - - .. M -9.7, .:.., 3. W , rw Z5 .jaw Blix l 'Z M . ahah- -19216425531-2ilf5"vf affix is my - mm .:, sm an 1 H-pm qiifar, 1,g,-w.,w.-- fait, 55:5 . . ' ef- ' ' - -- ' i- we -'-H N-: " 1. Q wi-Qi Egg?" gg R. M53 s si E ZZ W t SEE' ' H52 M' .Qlk ' if H wggwwslggff' . iam -as gags it as is 25333 5 wget. E aE3.s.,s-W.. Z E Y Bm N-Wf jg was ' .f im -'sf is H N . . ,H .WH'awf'I- -' .,...-gg. .: , vx?.,y WH? 1 Pt, ' is an ,B m T ' .. i ws E rf ss as -'vmffc -' . 'I .,. W S J 'H i -2- 555:32-I H V .W My 'H ,is 'yi is W, , 'QE ' .. .zi izi izi zizizi H H . 'JW H W 1'--i is ,E pa t W , -. N .5 , . P- . .ff ,Ya H si -:- s-Zag' but jIj'E? .,., ' If aww Imwrfrarr. s W s sm - .P we as an . ww ' W if ., mmgim, ,rigs xiii. HERE, ...Eggs Sam r Mm .af .rig QE A Q, - if V. H' - -- --as at EIN B9 -gfkl . ,. w . - M- 'Wm an F' M an r waist-f i ff'--.sae N is 5 M if-if -- is g '- My rf as M '-as-X' ,J sd me s 5 "HQ-w Q. aww-r 'r'X8'Bf ' fists F win B H 'L' Spurring and staying on is the object of this game. How? - just ask Howard King. wwf .gs 5, R' 5953 Reaching for the horn, Gloria Kinney watches DeAun Amburgey cinch up the saddle. 127 - F 4 'N for 1 L Blue flags and skillful riding are the center of attraction as spec- tators root for their favorite cow- gals. In the girls, flag race the is Q. contestant must place a flag in A b one of the containers stationed , in the arena,'and remove another .. in relay form. If any of the three Q sets of flags fall to the ground, the competitor is disqualified. Horsemanship and appearance awarded Miss Gloria Kinney the title of Rodeo Queen. She performed an exhibition of trick and fancy riding, including the hippodrome stand, Russian drag, fender drag, and the one-footed stand. All-round Cowboy and Champion Roper were the titles Ralph Narramore won by plac- ing first in the team tying and ribbon roping events, and by placing in several others. Ralph was a mem- ber of the six-man University rodeo team which participated in the National Intercollegiate Invitational Rodeo at Cow Palace in San Francisco and at the Tempe All-Arizona Collegiate Rodeo. Miss Gretchen Kieckhefer won All-round Cowgirl title when she took first place in the girls' goat tying and girls, cow milking contests. Miss Kieckhefer was last year's Rodeo Queen. Champion Rider Ted Hazen, also a member of the University team, placed in the team tying and bulldogging. Bulldogging, one of the most dangerous events, was featured again this year after having been discontinued in the annual rodeos. And speaking of rodeo stars, two important participants were Paul aShort,' Beer and Chuck "Cash,' Register, the rodeo clowns. Although it was not obvious from their antics, they had a very serious duty to perform - that of distracting an angry bull if the rider were thrown. Many cowboys have escaped being gored or trampled by the capers of arena clowns. Rodeo Boss George Masek was the Champion Intercollegiate Team Tyer of 1950. Captain of the University,s outstanding team, he placed first in the calf roping. Contesting for the Rodeo Queen crown were: Standing-Buck- ingham, Franks, Newman, Eng- - holm, I-Iodkins, Eicks, Parker. Seated-Darlington, Amburgey, Hayes, Campbell, Cohn, Clem- ents, Kinney. i r All-round Cowboy Ted Hazen receives his' trophy and saddle from Queen Gloria Kinney. , . , 1 rf!" " ' LW, .X r- V1 Masek helps Gretchen Kieckhefer dis- Champion Cowgirl awards. That dodging dogie doesn't stand a chance with Terri Heckelman be hind that loop. Responsible for the smooth-running, rough-riding rodeo were the Exec utive Committee under George Masek's supervision. It included: Stand- ing-Dave Mansur, Wally Hansen, George Masek, Rodeo Boss. Kneel- ing-Ted Hazen, Berl Byrd, Jim Tidwell, Arena Secretary. .. 129 - 'S 75-115 Wim ,,.'R-5 W' .gf 4' ug itll: f ESV ' "H ' H Jn' " ' -fin Elffwwf ,P " 1 f- V , 1 ,, Another widow-maker does some intricate footwork as Don MacDonald refuses a jet-propulsion landing U , sw H 1 , Q , R E K My ka ly R, ...A '. Harry Asbury islft laying down on the job -he is just niomentarily undecided. Incidentally, is it legal to pull leather with a foot? swan ss ss-ws 'sisnaf wryva. V- ir- -msmwss EE., H ms amp E magma msiqvms me af mmm ss "--S .. .ms ,W as Q 2 H H H ye me -n A Qing-Q 3 M J Q5-1 m Hx: msn? mum , M w xl H hi lux-gi 3 an x 2 y - U nw,-7 X :nn wwm mm N - Km is nn a I H ss ,N 1 sa H N1 2 x n M 3 nn r , H X A K ln ' is ga A ss fa- U ss 2 -ss H E ss -Us A . W? 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'fra if f i ,,"1 -Q'm,3'--mum-",,,,W",Q"""'2g,"S.,,'f,,'5,'1,fg?i?"""'W""'93':-,, ' i 1' W' ' i K A - ' 1 , ' A f - V 41.-wk ,-. -. ... wwfww '. 3 'A"9W"""' V Wm- "'W'm' , f X 1 - - f ' A V 4, .. ,. . w s wglfi-amplsuafn Mu ,mm mmm-v -la-em W R Y '1-l'.'i'?1'5'fi's!W , ' Q X Li' ' 'L H 'gn . .,..,--,---1---.Y -.-.X -N f ,...-... ... . . - . Y - 4 4 ,,.,. ..4,, W'f"" x f M f 7 ' a975'5.T,Rf 3 v' 'Zi-Fm F' W' 3 T FQm,WI,- Qjglp-55:57. -A ,ifgigv -+1 7 wi 5 Tg,1gVsi:5 V 4 f, 1 A , , . N - ', ,lqgqf ,f X , .- X K V , 1. , 2 ' -' H, , ., Y' A ,Q ' 'v 4-,V --F' 1"' - ' - - ... -An...-.. ,Q .L xr. --.xaz nu fcy- , :-1 ,Enix PUBLICA T10 -133- Nr' Putting out a college yearbook and meet- ing the demanded deadline is a difficult task, but one that was ably completed by Frank Lazarus, editor of this yeafs Desert. Frank had the responsibility of summar- izing the school yea1',s activities into one edition and of having it finished by the time the school year terminated. Although Frank was kept busy putting out a fine yearbook, he found time to serve his fra- ternity, Tau Delta Phi, as vice-president. Frank is a member of Hammer and Coffin and Pi Delta Epsilon. He was vice-presi- dent of the Inter-Fraternity Council, edi- tor of the IFC magazine, advisor for the Inter-Fraternity Pledge Council, and in charge of the pajama race sponsored by that group. Frank is a junior in the col- lege of business administration FRANK1 .ia The Desert Index Staff : Left to right: First row-Derby, T., I Davis, N., Firth, I., Johnston, B. Second row- Troeger, I., Tiernroth, K., Edmonds, M., McIntosh, G. low Byerly, D., Howlett, M., Iacka, B., Mulcahy, P., 1Hg6I', D. . ,,. n is .wr sv. ss was u J up .- isifk A g1n.3?'Q3.4r EEK-1'9! Q . .. v'- E K , Brad Hall, Phi Kappa Psi, was busi- . f,.i,1,,, . Bi, I Ei S1 sg Q my ness manager of the 1951 Desert. D, He produced forty pages of adver- up tising for the year book, which Was not too difficult for him since he V p had been business manager of the X Wildcat during his junior year. As a senior in business college, Brad still finds time to serve in Pi Delta Epsilon and Hammer and Coffin. Desert ff Left to right- First row-Raticoff, Desert Office Sta : . M- Lusk, M., Knerr, S., Murphy, D., Harbison, H. Sec- ' - .ld I., Thomp ond row-Trojan, C., Nason, M., Boomgaa' , h - th, S. Third row-Hynes, S., McGinnis, B., Roberts, E., Marsh, S. son, Z., F orsy by 199-sw. A Q Q44 .,..... ' " . - u f-an? BRAD HA . LL, Business Manager , Desert Business Staff: Left to right: First row-Shaw, J., Keating, T. Second row-Levkowitz, I., Elrod, I., Hall, B. if T -135- wa ua' ESS fi gn n nga ss nm ,, .x L . Jw . R ,V gin 332'7fw---A L 'Q 'E .win 'K sm-5 . .4 K., .S+wgf,m.. gn 5 5 we Zz:-f 1 .. 25 Q .QA Z, H L . H my. ..-. E Q 1 X D we K 2 H 4 E s n sf. a ss ROBERT BLINDER PAT BUNTON F1 atermtzes Colleges Siam Em-mf., EH Q Q , vm-Eg .2 Rf w55?"f5 mx M S U W Wa MM- mi ik H . W. BW B ...eg is W M W mm me Am 3 Q B UW Ei. .. 1 sg s w V. W B H N .Q Q Wim gm H.. W 251.3552 .' we B L W aw H H W .. Q' .. 5 kj -. 3 W S zeal. .1 Q gi , B? it :.: W ...A MM 1 A ,S E E Q 5,5 5-M JE aww n na H W, ws. SEQ Emma .? Q ss x-x mm 5 - Q E m 5 E MQ .5- Sim? CAROL HEBMAN CAROL BISHOP KAY STUNL SO,-Oyities Associated Students Womens SPOWS ditors The official official title of the University of Arizona,s annual student yearbook, the Des- ert, Was adopted by the editors in 1914. The book is an outgrowth of the Burro, the first yearbook published on the campus in 1903. The present title also was used in 1911, the year the students published their second book. In 1913 the yearbook was entitled El Sahuaro. Since that time it has borne the title The Des- ert Without exception. The 1951 Desert is the largest in the University,s history, indicative that campus publications have grown steadily with student registrations for study. 'lf fb 'Rr' ,in , BETTY IACKA CANICE GARDINE11 Index Halls 2 a E Kxlrt 5.431 :W -f J. r-. ' --X f, IEEQY. . .tv .fl 1 GAIL RITTER ' MARY KAY Ciusr BERT DICKENSON Rodeo Organizations Int1'a1nu1'al Sports Y 'ra jack Waugh, Editor The staff of editors included: Seated-Allen, L., The full job of editing a semi- weekly was capably handled this year by Iack Waugh, editor of the 1950-1951 Wildcat. He was re- sponsible for producing two edi- tions of the campus newspaper al- most every week of the school year, and in this capacity made the paper a punctual and highly rated one. jack also served on Bobcats, plan- ning committee for the Student Union Building, Board of Publica- tions, and Pi Delta Epsilon, jour- nalism honorary. The Waugh, I., Smith, P., Harelson, H. Standing- The copyreaders were: Inside table-Treganowan, Begen, E., Feldman, D., Kazy, T., Lewis, R., Betta, D. Outside-Ince, I., James, C., Felker, L., Har- L,5 Ong, I, v elson, H., Kazy, T. - fr . wi-it X., Jody Thompson, as business manager of this year's YVilclcat, proved her ability by handling all the selling, layout, and printing of the advertis- ing. She was not only busy with publications but served on Mademoi- selle magazineas college board. Iody is affiliated with Kappa Kappa Cam- ma, Hammer and Coffin, and Pi Del- ta Epsilon. Among her college activ- ities, she was Freshman Queen and Treasurer, Commerce Queen, adver- tising and business manager of the Kitty Kat, and received the 'CAM blanket award for her Work on pub- lications. if 'Wm nf.-M.. A Cu, UUSIUESS Manage 1. Members of the Advertising Staff Were: Front row- The Business Staff consisted of: Front row-johnson, Rector, B., Steele, C., Goldberg, B. Back row-Kin A, White, B. Back row-Kinney, D., Harper, I. ney, D., Alexandre, R. WILDCAT REPOBTERS Left to right: First row- Lea, N., Lazovich, D. Sec- ond row-Sharp, P., Pal- ser, J., Palmer, I., DeBolt, WILDCAT CIRCULATION STAFF Left to right: First row- Hare, B., Storts, M., Brad- ley, A., Lent, B., Lind- strom, P., McLernon, B. Johnson, A. Second row- Decker, M., Donahue, S. DeBolt, I., Lowe, A., Mo- ran, J., Mantle, M., Agee I. Third row-Emerson F., Bees, I., Lawrason, M. gyan, P., Head, D., Hines J J. ildcat This year's Wildcat staff again turned out an All-American newspaper. They printed five hundred more issues than in the previous year, and the staff pro- duced a weekly tabloid for the first time, as well as the usual standardized newspaper. Showing the Arizona newspaper editors that the University journalism department was an efficient group, the Wildcat published two extra editions at the meeting of the Arizona Newspaper Association in Phoenix. The 1950-1951 Wildcat gave complete coverage of affairs of interest to the student body and spe- cial features concerning the more intimate aspects of college life. -140- Staff Editor ........... ...,........ . Business Manager ..,...... Managing Editor - Wednesday .......... Friday ....,,.,. .. . Sports Editor - Wednesday ....,... Friday ...,............... ........IACK WAUGH .,..IODY TI-IONIPSON LEO DELLA Burris .....DAVE FELDNIAN EZRA REGEN ...HUGH HARELSON The Speedy News Carriers: Brown, B.5 Briggs, 1.5 Palmer, B. J I Watching the printer make up the page were: Waugh, I., Bay French, Tucson Printing Company printer, Harelson, H. Cartoonist ........ News Editor - Friday ....,,.... Feature Editor ......,,. Classified Adv. Mgr -141- Wedniesclzzy ..... Circulation Manager .......,,.,,, .......BOB WHLTE ..........TEn KAZY ............IoE ONG ...ROGER LEWIS KINNEY .ANNE JOHNSON . rizgwi' R Qi, I.-1rM c 39: . syf' . f r ..3. i.f r 9 5 1 2, ' Q E 7 It .. - ' in ll :P KP' WW" ---ew 'X r , E ' 11 '- A l iw , 1 N N ' ' rf ' - 2 ll ' 1 1- "R . Brice The Kitty Kat Editorial Staff, left to right: First 1'ow -Rosenberg, I., Parker, D., Feldman, D. Second row-Fenster Kg Schuller B. Thi d Brice Schuller, as editor of this years Kitty Kat, has produced six editions of the campus humor mag- azine. Noted for his cartoons, Brice served as art editor of the magazine 1 4 1 ast year. All lssues this year were enlivened by his work. Brice is a member of Pi Delta Epsilon and Hammer and Coffin, journalism and humor honorariesg and a jun- ior from Phoenix. te , . , r row--Kesling, Kitty Kat Business Staff, left to right: First row P., Shaw, F .5 Smith, F. Not present-Pistor, M., R - Peters, P. aver, I., Mantle, M. Second row-Sanders, B.g ney, D., Fenster, K., Rosenberg, J. Frank Drachman did an excellent job as business manager of the 1950-1951 Kitty Kat. He is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity and a junior in the business college. Besides being responsible for the magazineis advertising and business accounts, Frank is active on the Traditions committee and Strictly Collegiate, the campus radio program. Kitty Kat wfww -G el 2 PIE Fra ' . nk Diachman, Busines S Mallagel. P ' A Kil atrick B- Dunning A' johnson, R. Second Kitty Kat Secretaries: First row- rice, .5 p , -, , -, row-Mason, K.g Portnoff, L.g Moore, E.g Gruber, M.g Barnhizel, S. Third row-Roberts, E., Mclnnis, B.g Springer, S.g Knerr, S. -143- Doug Martin Douglas Martin, professor of journalism, had his hands full this year with the job of instructing, criticizing, and praising his Wildcat staff. As advisor for this campus newspaper, Doug showed his interest in improving the Wildcat and its staff. Doug also served on the Board of Publications Where he strived for quality in all our University publications. Dougis journalism ability is substantiated by his record as managing editor of the Detroit Free Press and his acquisition of the Pulitzer prize for reporting in 1936. Don Phillips has done a superior job as advisor to the 1951 Desert. Serving as advisor to this publication for seven years Don has been recognized by editors and the staffs for his inter- est as Well as his compatibility. As chairman of the Board of Publications, he gave freely of his knowledge about the work- ings of the school and its publications. Don's work as manager of the press bureau was recognized in 1947 when he Won the Helms foundation award for outstanding achievement in sports publicity and for his work as border conference Statistician. This year's Desert staff has tried to honor Don by dedication of their book to him. Don Phillips Z sg., .H Members of the Board of Publications were: Left to right: First row-Phillips, D., Martin, D., Thompson, 1.5 Ashcraft, S. Second row-Hall, B., Lazarus, F., Waugh, I., Butler, D., Drach- man, F .5 Schuller, B. Not present-Solve, M. -- 144 ORGANIZA TIUNS -145- ACGIE CLUB had as its members this year: Left to right: First row-Palmer, B., Campbell, C., Sweet, L., Harris, S., Clements, M., Amburgey, D., Hechelman, T., Kinney, G., Narramore, R. Second row-Orth, P., Perry, B., Tucker, S., Mandelbaurn, T., Lamar, H., White, P., Pra- ter, B., Cox, G. W., Lee, I. H. Third row--Colvin, I., Shown, F., Hornney, S., Blackledge, B., Chastain, J., Miller, B., Clause, W., Critchlow, C., Macey, B., Silver, B. ALPHA KAPPA PSI, Men's Business Honorary, included the following: Left to right: First row-Barrios, M., Burns, S., Burch, A., Hockings, I., Hook, R., Andersen, W., Huston, D., Cou- inides, A., Craig, I., Freres, G., Nitti, L., Raticcff, C., Fritschy, D., Ory, L. Second row-La- domus, G., Moore, L., Kupper, H., Lee, C., Lzrriva, L., Nichols, A., Murphy, W., Dryer, G., Cohen, B., Krmpotich, John, Sidel, P., Bobinetie, G., Green, P., Willins, D., Feldman, H. Third row-Babenhorst, A., Foster, D., Evenchik, H., Sammarco, I., Stout, D., Comingore, L., Swan- ick, J., Pesses, A., Citles, I., Evenchik, B., Blow, B., Holmes, I., Hunt, H., Rykken, D., Storch, K. . , ' , ., 5 5: H.. , . r, . sw. ,ff '- .., an 1 - Q, 4 Y WW HMS. R ,F WU, , 62 r V , .mv 5.3. ,::,,.,!,:.5.5T:.::2.:. .....,.,7:,5,:.:,.:.:,E.:.. - 3, , 4.2. - - - 7 ,,5,,V-- ---- fix -- ,,,-A '-LQ W ff, ei' 53552 wiv iq iii, -146- Members of the RODEO CLUB were: Left to right: First row- Critchlow, C., Horsley, J., F arin- er, F., Clements, M., Campbell, C., Hechelman, T., DeAun, A., Miller, B. Second row-Prater, B., Hummel, A., Buckingham, M., Darlington, J., Kinney, C., Rees, I., Lewis, C., Tucker, S., Macey, B., Nimez, Third 1'OW -Hornney, S., Claus, W., Han- sen, W., Masek, C., Perry, R., White, P., Tidewell, J., Lee, I. H., Mounce, V. ADVERTISING CLUB had as its members this year: Left to right: First row-Bowski, D., Moore, M. E., Bundle, K., Leon- ard, C. Second row-Wood, E., Catricala, B., Barker, M., Run- dle, O. Third row-Reich, P., Riggs, I., Hauck, C. W. ALPHA DELTA SIGMA, na- tional advertising fraternity, in- cluded the following: Left to right: First row-Hook, R., Fenster, K., Haft, Pr., Hawkins, D. Second row-Brown, M., An- dersen, W., Evenchik, H., Sayre, F. Third row-Reich, P., Brown, E., Wood, E., Riggs, J., Hutch- ins, P. - 147- I' '31 The PAN-AMERICAN LEAGUE included: Left to right: First row-Urrea, I., Gunn, M., Stevenson, B., Elpern, S., Boebinger, A., Campos, I., Rochin, Pr. Second 1'OW-CO1'diS, B., Vosskuhler, P., Lopez, L., Zavala, R., Miller, C., Quiggins, F. Third row-Galvis, M., Morgan, T., Amaya, C., Man- zano, C., Nirnez, I., Oyama, H., Coumides, A. Fourth row- Cranston, P., Cerqueira, I., Nicholson, H., Underwood, N., Bond, C., Arens, I-I. Fifth row-Reynolds, J., Davis, I., Gav- itt, B., Rodriguez, M., Aubrey, K. PI OMEGA PI, National Business Honorary, was composed of: Left to right: First row-Corella, D., Schneider, M., Davis, V, Velasco, B. Second row-jones, R., Toland, F., Maynard, B., Williains, O. Third row-Taylor, VV. Pm., Sparks, I., Langen, H. I., Suchow, P. MARKETING CLUB members were: Left to right: row-Fenster, K., Hook, B., Langley, M., Scharbau, A., B., Pessirilo, H. Second row-Buchman, H., Baticoff, Schneider, S., Boyle, T., Hutchins, P. Third row-Wood, Iakobowski, D., Langlois, B., Evenchik, H., Riggs, J. KAPPA KAPPA PSI, Band Honorary, had as its menil Left to right: First row-Scholey, G., Stockdale, I., Ber I., WVei1, F., jr., Fain, S. fadvisorj. Second row-Ostle Hausefleck, C., Blow, G., Bergner, M., Carson, C. Third -Cohen, M., Beaver, H., Wood, L., Yeager, B., Lon baugh, B. Membership in Kappa Psi, Professional Pharmacy Fraternity, included: Left to right: First row-Bialk, B., Quinn, B., Truscott, D., DuBois, 1., Bittorg, C., Burden, G., Clark, A. B., Donaldson, 1.5 Sierra, T., Greer, M., Tanita, M. Second row-Steele, C. H., Kalsman, M., Ostle, 1., Stauek, R. B., Morgan, K., Martin, 1.5 Rhodes, R., Rechart, D., Robbins, 1., Reinhard, B. Third row-Patterson, 1., Walker, B., Guilbert, W., Poer, G., De- Benedetto, V., Stier, W., Ragle, R., Robson, R., Reich, M.5 Bethniann, Wm., Celaya, A.5 Purlia, S., Brewer, W. PI DELTA PHI, Love Honorary, con- Members of TOASTMASTERS were: sisted of: Left to right: First row- Left to right: First row--Myers, V., Ahlgren, K. W., Muzzarelli, M., Luz, B., Endahl, L., Lewis, C., Rosequist, K., Cryting, L. A. T. Second 1'OW-T1'Cl11- Cable, A. Second row-Kiker, 1r., H., bley, N. 1., Tremblay, A.5 Fiononi, K., Riggs, R., Stewart, 1., Cohen, M. Cranston, P. I I w 1 1 TACHNYCARDIACS, Won1en's Phar- ZETA PHI ETA, Womens Speech Hon- rnacy Honorary, consisted of: Left to orary, included: Left to right: First right: First row-Rohrer, D., Proctor, row-Donohoe, S., Lawson, P., Crane, L., McKinney, F. Second row-Velde, C., Ross, C., Baker, P. Second row- S., Katz, 1., Brooks, V. Third row- Cunby, M., Rosequist, K., Alexander, 1SlItrittmatter, D., Hawkins, M., Troeger, S., Ingham, M.5 Endahl, L., Morris, M. -149- AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION, National Pharmacy Honorary, included the following: Left to right First row-Kabelin, I-I., Tang, G., Shear, C., Palmer, E., Charbonneau, I., Guilbert, WV., Thurman, E Te Velde S., Brooks, V., Troeger, M., Hughes, S., McKinney, F., Webb, D., Sierra, T., Selesnick, A., Ginsburg M Wilker W., Greer, M., Basila, D., Iacob, D., Patterson, I. Second row-Serbin, A., Truscott, D., Quinn, B., Haw kms M., Chin, L., Smith, I., Groomer, R., Dunst, U., Steele, G., Lee, F., Mendoza, L., Horwitz, D., Serbin B Corrales, M., Perlis, A., Geiger, N., Proctor, L., Bong, H., Bialk, B., Strittmatter, R. Third row-Seely, I., Gupton I Robbins, I., Carter, R., Krichman, M., Belport, I., Upson, A., Ude, G., Harper, M., Brown, W., Olson, D. Kurz I Davidson, I., Ostle, I., Laird, C., Bailon, H., Strittmatter, D., Reich, M., Bethmann, W., Ward, M., Rogle R Martin I., Campbell, D., Olson, W. DELTA SIGMA RHO, honorary for outstand ing students in forensics, had as its members First row-Kiker, H., Stevenson, B., Elpern, S. Raisch, V., Cable, W. A. Second row-Cla: borne, I., Myers, V., Rosequist, K., Stewart, I. Tidwell, I. Third row-Steel, F., Cohen, M. Riggs, R., St. Iohn, W. BETA GAMMA SIGMA, National Business Scholastic Honorary, had as members: Left to right: First rowklvlatheson, M., Conrad, F. A., Howard, R. M., Hudson, P. G. Second row -Gray, L., Brown, E. I., Holmes, .I, Herrick, Prof Third row-Herney, G., Thierman, E., Nettleton, A. This year's members of ENGINEERING Members of UNIVERSITY PLAYERS were COUNCIL Were: Left to right: First row- Left to right: First IOW-LRWSOII, P-5 R055 Lamb, B., Jones, LG Roper, D5 Dreyer, L, C., Donohue, S., Baker, P., Crane, C. Second Second row-Baldwin, I-I., Lucas, I., Dick- rowfIones, G., Hansen, D., Ingl12lIIl, M- stein, H., Webb, R. Third row-Smith, R., VVl11tS, A-5 Keene, I-5 SDIGS, B- Cocks, T., I-less, I., Streets, B. -150- F., Townsend, R., Kaestner, B., Etter, C., Bush, C., Cocks, T., Lamb, B. Second row-Nady, P., ASCE members included: Left to right: First row-Rukkila, B., McDonald, B., Roper, D., Levario Penn, R., Miller, T., Struthers, B., Shoemaker, B., Schramm, D., Walker, D., Garcia, I., Beard, A. 3 Asst. Prof. Third row-Clark, E., Oliver, C., Lamb, B., Burns, A., Geraurd, L., Hutchinson, O., Redden, M., Smith, E., Procter, B., Hallett, H., Aldrich, W. Fourth row-Steinheimer, D., Pilcher D., Campbell, D., Coren, W., Holderby, W., Webb, P., Morris, G., Firth, C., Adams, I., Porter R., Attebery, I., Yewell, I., Connell, G., Loveless, W., Walter, R., Hall, D. Fifth row-Nelson, S., Warner, F., Wilson, H., Fishkin, R., Folkerts, W., Morris, VV., Valentine, H., Iohnston, E., Russell B., Titus, I., Borgquist, E. NATIONAL COLLECIATE PLAYERS consisted of: Left to right-Cook, V., Baker, P., Boss, C., Ingham, M., Cook, H. 1 ALPHA EPSILON RHO, Radio Hon- orary, included the following: Left to right: First row-Baker, P., Lavine, N., Gunby, M., Ingham, M. Second row- Wiener, B., Markland, B. Qadvisorj, Feldman, D. Third row-Catricala, B., Hansen, D., Lawson, P. TAU BETA SIGMA, VVomen's Band Honorary, were: Left to right: First row-Madala, S., Lindstrom, I., Prose, I. Second row--Amalong, I., Kichler, F., Fain, Mrs. S. Third row-Hull, C., Wyman, M., Horst, B., Brooks, V. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE members Were: Left to right: First row-Hunger, I S., McNulty, I. Second row-Moore, D., McKinney, F., Smith, F. I I l -151-- 7 Members of SIGMA DELTA PI, Spanish Honorary, were: Left to right: First row-Couinides, A., Jenkins, E., White, A., Nich- olson, H. S., Gad, E., Arens, H. Second row-Underwood, N., Oyama, H., Bodriquez, M. B., Gavitt, B. S. Third rovv-Reyn- olds, I. I., Aubrey, K. B., Davis, I. E. WRANGLERS members were: Left to right: First roW-Cu1- ling, P., Don, N., Callahan, I. Healy, M., Henderson, P., Kieh- ler, F., Davie, I., Barrett, B. Sec- ond row-Guerra, M., Greeley E., Lamar, B., Bohn, D., Clemi ents, M., Tolliver, E., Cislaghi, I., Pearson, M., Randolph, C Third row-Minor, I., Auster, N., Hechelman, T., Bryce, W. Brusse, C., Chiappetti, L., Muli kins, B., Sewell, P. -152- This year's members of PHI BETA KAPPA, National Scholastic Honor- ary of Liberal Arts, Were: Left to right: First row-Windsor, D., Doug- lass, A., Sykes, G., Marquart, D., Luz, B., Brown, C. Second row-Nugent, Pm., Sands, L., Gittings, I., Ougli, M., Gillmor, F., Gray, L., Lovekin, W. Third row-Evjen, H., Koenig, P., Keller, R., Roberts, L., Gryting, L., Smith, G., Cromwell, F. Members of PHI MU ALPHA, Men's Music Honorary, were: Left to right: First roW-At- wood, H., Huyck, I., Becker, I. Ochoa, A. Second row-Stocki dale .- Carson C.- Ostle , 7 J, 7 3 7 Jr' Sander, I. Third row-Is'ams P., Sherool, D., Beaver, H., Ari nold, VV., Mackintosh, G. Pictured in this group, combin- ing I. R. E., INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS, and A. I. E. E., AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGI- NEERS, are: Left to right: First row-Clark, J., Lee, M., Hing, A., Jones, L., Peterson, C., Rausch, D., Lombardo, C., Hughes, W., Adams, S., Argen- to, V. Second row-Dickstein, H., Brown, D., Simpson, C., Lewellyn, I., Phinily, R., Dahl, W., Smith, R., Reynoso, A., Dreyer, L. Third row-Rogers, W., Marsh, VV., Goodman, R., Witham, I., Dombrow, R., Liv- ingston, I., Gemmell, B., Pool, I., Ienson, H. PI MU EPSILON, Mathematics Honorary, was composed of: Left to right: First row-Peter son, C., Phinizy, B., Hing, A., Whitcomb, I., Spencer, M., Ar- gento, V. Second row-Gem- mell, B., McAllister, D., Biese- meyer, B., Kyle, L., Evans, D. Third row-Betlach, D., Davis, C., MacKal1or, C., Burroughs, W., Graesser, R. Fourth row- Irwin, I., Dickstein, H., Hussey, L., McKinney, W., Reich, M., Meyer, B. -153-- Members of PHI ALPHA DELTA, Law Honorary, Were: Left to right: First row-Ackerman, H., Senner, G., Heimann, E. L., Dutiel, M., Eubank, W., Forquer, R., Dyer, K. Second row-Kimble, W., McClure, 1., Clemans, R., Hernandez, B., Hale, P., Perry, D. 1. Third row--Lieurance, L. B., Peter- son, D., Boskon, 1., 1ones, 1. P., Goetz, R., Gleason, . E. TAU BETA PI, National Engi- neering Honorary, consisted of: Left to right: First row-Clark, 1. C., Hing, A. D., 1ones, L. D., Weingartner, C. 1., Bush, C., Major, L., 1eroninn, S., Torger- sen, E. H. Second row-Dale, V., Dickstein, H. D., Lewellyn, 1. R., Phinizy, R. B., Smith, R. E., Peterson, C. C., Vick, B. L., Evans, D., Shannon, 1. H. Third row-Schramm, D. E., McKin- ney, W. A., Lingafelter, 1., Hus- sey, L. P., Biesemeyer, B., Cris- wold, F. D., Hess, 1., Struthers, B., Betlach, D. A. THETA TAU, Engineering Hon- orary, had as its members: Left to right: First row-Brown, D., Lucas, 1., Olson, B., Holden, W., Roper, D., Lamb, B., Hughes, W., Torgersen, E., Severinghaus, N. Second row-McKinney, W., Lawson, T., Webb, P., Struthers, B., Hussey, L., Whitson, R., Morris, G., MacKallor, C., Tor- gersen, B., Bedden, M. Third row-Steinheimer, D., Sargent. F., Cocks, T., Kitchens, R., Hess, 1., Dierkes, H., Webb, R., Streets, R., Terry, K. --154- ETA KAPPA, Engineering Honoiary included the following Left to right First row Rusch D., jones, L., Hing, A., Argento V Hansen R Second low Brown D Biesemeyei B Lew ellyn, J., Peterson, C., Dickstein H Pool I Livingston I Third row Rogers W McAllister D., Barnum, E., Gemmell, B., Smith R Dombrow R MacKalldr C Members of PHI DELTA PHI, Law Honorary, were: Left to right: First row-Sievwright, Pr., Bockmon, F., Morse, G., Smith, F., Valeski, E., Gilbert, H., Case, VV., Hawkins, I., Graf, M., Pow- ell, E., Bloodworth, T. Second row-VVestover, I., Weeks, E., Bartlett, J., Strouss, C., Carroll, E., VVood, WV., Ellinwood, I., Greenwood, J., Jackson, J., Sam- rnons, D., Steward, R., Andrews, W1 Third row-Haythorne- white, J., Birmingham, W., Mesch, J., Huffman, R., Park, R., Platt, W., Clawson, E., Wil- loughby, S., Steel, F., Mills, J., Estes, M. LE CEBCLE F RAN CAIS, French Club, had as its mem- bers: Left to right: First row- May, C., Brooks, K., Stephenson, A., Gimble, R., Lucas, D., Shelly, I., Ienkins, E., Muzzarelli, M. Second row-DuBois, F., Town- send, M., Patrick, M., Tremblay, A., Luz, B., Raver, I., Amaya, ., Multer, L., Bernet, D. Third ow-Cranston, P., Underwood, ., Folsom, K., Powers, D., Fio- oni, Mrs. K., Tremblay, H., organ, T., Gryting, L., De- Iaven, K. --155- f 1 sn. 5 aww ' QE sfEg?Ep5Gisi ESQ H 'Bai M. .?e.....5. PHI DELTA KAPPA, National Men's Education Honorary, Members of WOMENS PRESS CLUB Were: Left to was composed of: Left to right: First row-Cline, R. W., Bowl- Udell, B., Hummel, A., McNabb, K., Green. M. ing, R. H., Little, A., Schafer, W. A., Tipling, K., Boyle, H. G. Second row-Irwin, J., Garretson, O. K., Larson, E. L., Moore, - G. H., McDonald, H. H. . Third row-Walker, F., Brubaker, G., Merritt, C. B., Crowell, R. A., Andres, E. H., Jordan, T. P., Christiansen, E. - .., v , W - I . 35 A E NS 1 ' '. ' - E "'-'K " P.. - 4:1 - 1'- .-4 '.. . ' 21 e . - . 1 V xx- 1 M . n ,E Q 'M H 1 - . a -gf Q . - ., . . -., 'f' 'B Lf fi' W E H H H -- H H , . .asf if 1 s W P1 Q H n if E S -' , I, . . .. E - X B if Q Q H s E A .. 2 i' W' H K2 - f -S - H .. . ,.,. - -,, -eez - A. S. M. E. members included: Left to right: First row-Waters, H., Fiorillo, I., Olson, B., Holden, W., Hussey, L., Dierkes, H., Gordis, B., Streets, B., .MH1Of, J., Williams, W., Augustine, P., Korver, D. Second row-Wright, C., Klmebiuger, C., Russell, I., Hockings, I., Wood, L., Weingartner, C4 Plllllflfll, T-5 V1Clf, R-5 Waters, E., Norick, B., Benton, H., Gifford, S., Geffs, I. Third row-Andrix, E., Prof., Reppert, D., Reed, W., Smith, C., Hartwein, K., Glover, H., McKhann, G., -' - - - K' h R: Hunt, L. Cade, G., Bustun, I., Hansen, K., Bose, V., itc ens, , -156-- I v- " " ' ss 'fax' ' f W-g,NMg " 'gs I- A. I. M. E. had as its members: Left to right: First row-Dale, V., Matsumoto, T., Ciano, B., Torgerson, E., Barber A., Ruberstein, L., VVallace, W., Haeber, J., Brittain, D. Second row-Kinnison, I., Scholey, C., Feuerstein, W., Davis C., Miller, G., Harvey, W., Betlach, B., Oil-Iaire, B. Third row-Knoll, C., Feuerstein, S., Wine, S., Foss, D., Barnes R., Shepherd, R., Shepherd, I., Lawson, T., Wolfe, I. Fourth row-Schwartz, B., Terry, K., Lingafelter, J., Travis, W. Sargent, F., Carver, D., Lansing, B., Acton, L. Fifth row-Hill, I., Clarke, B., BL1l'1'O1lgl'lS, W., Sullivan, W., Cibron J., Kuck, D., Messa, M., Wallace, R. Sixth row-Hess, L., Krumlauf, I-I., Keating, P., Sierakoski, VI., Goss, I., Wileb, I., Edwards, T., Chapman, T. ALPHA EPSILON, Women's Business Honorary, consisted of: Left to right: First row-Sin- clair, B., Austin, C., Ackley, R., Robles, S., Collins, R., Barnes, I. Second row-Conley, M., High, L., Van Cleve, J., Lieurance, P., Downer, P., Hill, P., Moring, S. Third row-Shull, A., Bumic, H., Lamar, B., Flyer, E., Bosewag, M., Crist, M. K., Chiappetti, L. Fourth row-Ahlgren, H., Mav- nard, R., Scott, V., Catricala, B., Mettler, P., Emerson, F., Greeley, E., Sergeant, M. ' C-157- PHILOSOPHY CLUB members included: Left to right: First row-Wallraff, C. F., Rosenblurn, R., Bronson, B., Collins, R., Heath, H. Second row-Yates, R., Park, I., Martin, D., Tice, T., Baker, D. ALPHA PHI OMEGA, National Science Fraternity, had as its members this year: Left to right: First row--Black, G., Lewis, A., DeCovinick, S., Goebel, D., Sanders, D., Underwood, N., Lebeaux, C. Second row-Denker, R., Dalton, I., Franz, B., Gardner, I., Schneider, S., Iones, E., Nohlchek, E. Third row-Starr, I., Messina, S., Reidy, I. Ir., White, I., Powdrill, Q., Evenchik, B. Fourth row-Zeller, N., Brown, G., Weaver, W., Clark, C., O'Bannon, I. Fifth row-Park, I., Hollenbeck, L., Gill, I., Dawson, S., Van Riper, A. K. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB was composed of: Left to rig First Row: Knagge, L., Boomgaard, I., Sanford, I., Parker, Brown, I., Therriault, E. Second row: McCrum, A., Bunce, Chapel, I., Williams, Iohnson, L., Mrs. Martha Fees, Advi Third row: Harris, S., Berry, M., Thomas, P., Goede, Henness, S. CAMPUS Y CABINET included the following: Left to ri, First row-Heath, H., Meenan, K. Second row-Glover Morton, I., VVilson, M., Bidgood, P. Members of PI DELTA EPSILON, Na- tional Journalism Honorary, were: Left to right: First row-Lewis, R., Ong, I., Johnson, Anne, Thompson, I., Feldmar, D., White, R. I. Second row-Kazy, T., Pistor, M., Crowe, G., Begen, E., Harel- son, H., McDuff, I. Third row-Della Betta, L., Phillips, D., Harper, I., Schul- ler, B., Waugh, I., Drachman, F. ' PHI KAPPA PHI, National Scholastic Honorary, had as its members this year: Left to right: First row-Ranney, E., Mar- quart, D., Parker, K., Luz, B., Ellingboe, M., Sykes, C., Gad, E., Fuller, D., Nicholson, H., Conrad, F. Second row-Phil- lips, W. S., Brown, C. H., Sands, L., Tucker, Wm., Pussley, E. H., Nugent, R. L., Gryting, L. A. T., Schafer, VV. A. Third row- Pickrell, C., Douglass, A. E., Garretson, O. K., Walker, I. T., Roberts, L. E., Gray, L., Smith, G. E. P., Brown, E. I. Fourth row-Lovekin, W., Koenig, P., Evjen, H., Merritt, C., Kelley, Pr., Windsor, D., Powell, D., Tremblay, N. I., Cromwell, F. BAMBLERS, Arizona's Hiking Club, this year was composed of: Left to right: First row-Mulkins, B., Sewell, P., Pran- dolph, C., LaTourrette, C., Catsiff, R. Second row-Roberts, I., Payne, D., Pratt, S., Bohrer, V., Leader, C., Dyer, K. Third row-VVatson, C., Day, I., Royal, B., Leader, I. - 159- Members of PHI DELTA CHI, Law Honorary, Were: Left to right: First row-Basila, D. F., Shear, C., Tang, C. C., Valenzuela, A. I., Chin, L., Webb, D. F ., Iacob, Dzuiiel I., Maxwell, N. C., Charbowneau, I. A., Thurman, E. B. Second row-Smith, F., Selesnick, L., Iohn- son, F. L., Moody, F ., Lee, F., Krichman, M., Mendoza, L. C., Corrales, M., Gills, F., Frank- line, VV. Third row-Belport, I., DeSmet, G., Davidson, I. M., Upson, A. G., Laird, C., Dunst, U. D., Ude, G., Thompson, I. B., Seely, I., Bichardson, I. Members of ALPHA P11-IO TAU, Art Honorary, Were: Left to right: First-row-Pefley, A., San der, D., Peters, P., Buchanan, L., Greenfield, L., Wishek, B. Second row-Spitzer, M., Sou den, I., Hartman, R., Leflang, I., Miller, I., Merker, A., Lucas, K. -160- PHI LAMBDA UPSILON, Chemistry Honorary, included: Left to right: First row-Buehrer, T., Rhodes, H., Stoops, T., Groomer, R., Evans, D., Huduson, E., Roberts, L., Fuller, W. Second row-Orth, P., Horowitz, P., Koenig, P., Keller, R., Padgett, B., McCaughey, W., Warren, I. Third row-Cardon, B., Fletcher, I., Vavich, M., Kemmerer, A., Rogers, R., Smith, H., Szutowicz, W. Members of the Aggie Honor- ary, ALPHA ZETA, were: Left to right: First row-Boyle, H., Bakarich, P., Bishr, M., McDon- ald, H., Jardine, T., Blacldedge, B., Anderson, O. Second row- Iepsen, T., Willis, C., Willis, I., Taylor, B., Moore, C., Escher, L. Third row-Furneaux, H., Miller, Pm., Chastain, I., Vassar, C., Shannon, S., Yunt, GRAD CLUB members Were: Left to right: First roW-BoWl- ing, R., Fitch, H., Cl0uCl, F., Luz, B., Dombrow, C., Dom- brow, R., Akol, H. Second row -Nelson, Dr. C., Larsen, A., Harris, I., Marton, J., Paul, C., Ryan, L., Patrick, D. Third row -Andres, E., Rahm, A., Garret- son, O., Larson, E. n is ei m E N ix mm K a is 2:55 E . is A. m mf sa H mfs Q Q Bi Q. .., E RIDE ii v .40 Members of the STUDENT RELIGIOUS COUNCIL this year Were: Left to right: First row -Lamb, L., Eddiugton, E., Heath, I-I., Park, J. Second row-Ethridge, D., Levy, L., Reeves, B., F ischman, S., Simons, B., Bicherson, I., Barker, A. Third row-jones, D., Waesch, H., Ger- lach, A., Dr. Glenn Nelson Cadvisorlg Bailey, D. The VVESTMINSTER FOUNDATION for this year consisted of: Left to right: First row-Stowell J., Lytch, E., Snider, J., Dick, E., Grafton, M., Beu- nett, B., Becker, I. Second row-Chapel, J., Orth, E., Grafton, T., Coykendall. R., Walker, T., Richerson, J., Scott, D., Tolsou, B. Third row-Walker, I., F redericleschmidt, R., Tice T., Denker, R., Brown, G., Orth, P., Park, J. 7 7 sf. X 'W is sf i Members of CANTERBURY CLUB Were: Left to right: First 1'ow-Lind- strom, P., Otto, S., Sykes, I., Vannett, I. Second row-Andersen, A. S., Jones, D., Carvey, D. Ir., Rev. Elli- son, Powell, E. Third row-Christian, I., Reeves, C., Phillips, H., Heath, H., Browne, P. The CAMPBELL CLUB members this year were: Left to right: First row-Bidgood, P., Cunby, M., Polk, D. Second row-Lunger, H., Baker, S., Barker, A., Kimberlin, L. Third row-King, R. Ir., Johnson, H., Mc- Kendry, I. B., Cleavinger, D. -164- . gs S The EPWORTH C L U B consisted of: Left to right: First row-Avis, N., Ack- ley, R., Perrin, C., Frear, C., Huck, M. I. Second row - Slaughter, A., Reeves, B. M., Zimmer- man, S., Prusha, L., Brown, K. Third row - Thomas, R., Olsson, R., Murray, E. LUTHERAN CLUB was corn- posed of: Left to right: First row-Olson, D., Luz, B., Glad, E., Glad, Elbertag Benson, D., Samuelson, G. Second row- Rykken, D., Barber A., Tihkan, C., Gryting, L., Waesch, I-I., Caspers, E., Dossi, Gil. This year's members of the ROGER WILLIAMS FORUM Were: Left to right: First row Eakle, D. ,Hobbs, P., Church, B., Canterbury, B., Madala, S. Second row-Matteson, E., Wil- SOI1, P., Bray, NI., Smith, M., Woods, I., Brewer, W. R. Third row-Ostle, J., Daum, B., Un- derwood, N., Carson, C., Har- vey, W., Tarzian, E. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION for this year consisted of: Left to right: First row-Barber, P., Hoffman, H., Butler, I., McAl- lister, C. Second row-Eseck, J., Chastain, P., Horsky, C., Lamb, L. Third row-Rhoads, W., Kennedy, I., Cray, L. -165- NEWMAN CLUB consisted of: Left to right: First row-Rowrke, 1., Sheliekes, E Lyon, 1., Miller, M. Cadviserj, Daum, M., Velasco, B., Mulohay, P. Second row- Marsh, P., Mace, E., Schwarz, 1., Copeland, 1., Amaya, C. Third row-Kennedy, 1 Burns, 1., Scheans, D., Langlois, B., Shanahan, D. WESLEY FOUNDATION had as its members: Left to right: First row-Robin- son, P., Wood, N., Callahan, 1., 1ones, M., Wilson, C., Lumpkin, 1., Wood, I-I., Wil- son, M., Hale, M., Hazel, W. Second row-Dilts, C., Greenfield, L., Oxnam, 1., Horning, C., Lawson, B., Marsh, M., Sweet, L., Harris, S. 1., Martin, P., Hubbard, L. W., Thomas, B., Cubbage, 1. Third row-Bailey, D., Craig, 1. F., Storniont, 1. R., Florian, K., Tilt, R., Buchellan, F., Sweeney, H., Warneke, 1., Haines, B., Etter, C. R., Longenbaugh, R., Kussroxlv, WV. -166- NAZARENES included: Left to right: First row-Smith, M., FENCING TEAM, border conference champs, Were: Left to Clark, I., Smith, G. Second row-Honea, B., Benham, B., right: First row-Richter, B., Sandoval, I-I., Coach, Schetter, Conn, B. T., Robinson, B., Kendrick, 1. Second row: Lyddon, P., Ingle, I., Bingham, B., Kendrick, B., Morales, B. Third row-Picard, I. L., Faculty Advisor, Krause, I., Bustrin, I., Smith, F. Members of the RODEO CLUB were: Left to right: First row-Rees, I., Ambrugeyf D., Clements, M., Darl- ington, I., Buckingham, M., Heckehnan, F., Frazer, P., Kinney, G. Second row-Hodkins, B., Beer, P., Nunez, J., Critchlow, C., Tucker, S., Miller, B., Finch, P. -- 167- Y I L Dum 7? EUS 1 x I w wa' S r3,,, Q in ' ' fi M wx. ,n 'w EW as 49 xv n a ss -wg IWW -W K, Q H322 ,Q my H mfg ' gn. K ffwzif.. H , . ATHLETIC mch ob Winslow In his second year as the master of Arizona's football fortunes, Bob X'Vinslow continues his program of planning for the Wildcats' grid future, winning four games in a rugged ten game schedule. Coming to Tucson from the University of Southern California, Winslow has collected a wealth of football talent with which he expects to make his bid for a Border Conference championship. His second undefeated Freshman team in two years gives Arizona reason to look opti- mistically forward to the 1951 season, when they will be able to view the results of his long-range planning efforts. -170- The man who gained over a mile and a halfis Worth of yardage for Arizona during his college career won,t be around the Ari- zona campus in 19515 but the records of senior Ed COuncesj Wolgast, will. After five years of varsity foot-ball, the 164- pound left half with the dainty 30-inch waist has these achieve- ments: Made second string All-Border Conference and honor- able mention All-Americang chose most valuable player and honorary captain of the 1950 teamg traveled 756 yards in one season to set a Wildcat record and sped 82 yards for the longest run in UA history. L'il Ed enrolled at Arizona in 1945 after making All-State hon- orable mention at Prescott high school. After a hitch in the service he returned to the Campus in 1947. A freak wartime eligibility rule gave WVolgast his extra service as a varsity player. During the 1951 season he rolled up more than one-third of the total team yardage for the entire season. He averaged 6.5 yards a trip. VVolgast has a total five-year offense by running and passing of 2,776 yards. This mark includes a rushing average of 5.1 yards. He also averaged 20 yards on kickoff returns and 15 yards on punt runbacks. L'il Ed scored 114 points in those five seasons. . wr' 1 saga N ., gr. ia , 1 was ite-fi e . S fr. N- as Ed Wolgast Most Valuable Player Ned Mathews, End Coachg Bob Bryant, Line Coachg Don Vosberg, End Coach. -171- West Texas 34, Arizona 26 The high-scoring 1950 curtain-raiser saw the crafty Buffalo crew stay one touchdown ahead of the determined 'Cats in a battle which left fans much impressed with Arizona potentialities. Trailing 14-0, the home team marched 65 yards with Arnie Burwitz plunging for the initial score. Then a McCauley- Glazier pay-off pitch made it 14-13, but the wily VVest Texans engineered two more scores behind speed-demon Bill Cross' brilliant running. Glazier, how- ever, galloped 60 yards with a cross-field kick-off to make it 28-20 at the half. The opponents allowed each other only single touchdowns in the tight second half, which was highlighted by McCauley,s heave to Kurt Storch for 54 yards and a T.D. on the final play of the game. Roy Alba, Gene Brown 'QU ag.-H xi':"'!' Sfgwfsfgg is were 'N uaiteiback Bruce lX'lCC1lllC misses in a bid for a touchdown against West Texas. Other VVildcats are half-back jim Guen gelsberger 1481, center l3urlle Ullom 155D and tackle Ervin Fiihr Q74j. -172- First Row-Bob Anderson, Dave Andrews, Fred Batiste, Don Boucher, Leo Brandt. Second Row-Arnold Burwitz, Bob Cannon, Oscar Carrillo, Dick Christiansen, Ray Day. Third Bow-Bill Deen, Jim Donarski, Earl Eller, Steve Farrier, Ervin Fiihr. tah 27, Arizona 14 A courageous but inexperienced Wildcat encountered too much punch and speed at Salt Lake City but gave a gallant account of itself before getting scalped by Utah's Redskins. Quarterback McCauley hit Glazier for the game,s opening tally, but the Utes quickly snatched the lead witl1 two aerial T.D.'s and added another in the third quarter to make it 20-7. The Red and Blue rallied and capped a hard-fought 99-yard advance with a second McCauley-Glazier spe- cial. However, the ,Cat try for a typing touchdown resulted only in intercepted passes, one of them a Redskin tally for the final margin of victory. -173- S .4 gm m .ima U gy eg g? rf w '?-.- ' . ' M" r 1 sa- ' V' F -. r,'l"' N r.S,w,,f5g? 21 ,KQV eggs-51355, M., . t??:':S-2,5 il-"3-wif? HV Y awry lf Sams' 2 ,wg ' I vfsn, -as K K an-4? E E E Q Ht, X 1--,gs . wx? . , Y aw F W xi' 4 5 HEP' My W5-igwsf-g--ee-5 w:s:-?Y'l'1',m- 1 A' v 5 wg. , N ,Q 1sa.?x,,F , ' X N- " E RAE, -mS.e.r 13 .W E92 wwe it 1 M . W -i .ggweflif M , X fx W.. . r . Mg? X f.rlsSe: R-it-:L S-S fiWf"'i3i3 .Y izrririfssl 2- 3 ' W td 23128 sew 5 lie'w:.mt:LQi5'g:g5?"'W91:gm5L ge?--23 . M in X KL 1 1 F-W fiffefriawere-,fairer-5.2 wif-Z.. , at r , E. H .,-ae:2-?2q.5-'2..e- Q-age 5, A, .. . - , 'J 'gig' iigfgf' is-'S f8fg52?23,gg?,r?: 2,Qe .Q get tg if Hz ' H -4 W ss said? wnifagasyig-YE, B41 SQ af E , 5 22 i E W gf.-1-5-.. 5 gmjx- - r if 3 gejwlgv 135.21 5 H ,gag xg fzef...,e,- je i aj? -.gl NYE, W ' z End Bill Glazier QSQQ reaches the pile-up a little too late as a teammate is crushed under a pile of Utah Redskins. Arizona 5 , Hardin-Simn1ons2 Early season hopes crystallized quite unexpectedly in a rip-roaring contest which saw the U. of A. erase a 21-point deficit to completely dominate Hardin-Simmons in every department of the g811'lC and register a major Border Con- ference upset. On marches of 29, 73 and 70 yards, the Wildcats pushed Storch over twice and McCauley once in reducing the less-confident Cowboys, advantage to 21-19. Coodeis 90-yard touchdown kick-off return only infuri- ated the 'Cats, who roared to two additional tallies, one a 68-yard marching gem which Eller climaxed with a one- foot plunge and the second- a 50-yard spree led by Wolgast, who finally carried it over. Meanwhile, the ,Cats vented their anger on first-half hero, Model-T Ford, who found only alert Fred Batiste where pass receivers should have been. -174- ,Sf in s. K AA : Q it 1 x . a :A ar ,' L1 f 1,5 '., L X s 41,5 . .,,. ur P'?'4Y-CIN. "' ijx, 'N 1 ' 4- 551 D v s N Q a . sw n. ' x li. ':?. . . .vm ,., ' I .- qw, me ef may 4 f' 91 94 Mn Qmg " -.. .H ,E ak- s ,Q-y U ,A-MM ma v mm E , : : ' J W 1 W W -u x X . Ai mw- ' 2' W 'S Q 3 ig H H, QQEQ w . ig M ,W gg., 1 X ., , Q M- oi M ww: . .x ' Hr " T 1 w wmmf in M xp ,ww ,- in ug! -17, .gif ,A m QkMw.v,.f 1 ,,.,,W,.a,x . .. QEEWEJQEE1 mx '-f if 'iw Q wbax rw WA: am, 5 a S .g- W Bax, N img 1 -wa "s1i"H1f, v-LV, iff 1 Aw. mfgfiifir ' M W H Pi ,sw-fx www-A L'il Ed Wolgast slips away from a Colorado tackler as he picks up interference from halfback Oscar Car- rillo QSSQ and fullback Ar- nie Burwitz 0351. Texas W. 14 rizona 13 The Miners and Wildcats staged a stubborn, sluggish defensive battle and sent fans away agree- ing that a tie would have been the more just result. A large crowd of visiting Arizona root- ers alternately groaned and roared as the erratic 'Cats missed three consecutive scoring op- portunities in the first quarter. Each team counted once in the first half, the U. of A. on a Mc- Cauley-Wolgast pass. Burwitz plunged for the visitors, second touchdown, but Alba's missed point proved the Wilclcats' un- doing when the consistent ground-gaining Miners moved for their other score and heart- breaking conversion. -1'76- Top row-Ben Fronun, Bill Glazier, Don Coda. Second row-Gil Gonzales, NVil Gonzales, Jack Gra- ham. Bottom row-jim Guen- delsberger, Fred Hodges Wayne Huish. Fullback Arnie Burwitz bulls his way into the line in the VVest Texas game. On the left, for the Wild- cats, is Bill Deen C751 Coming up from the rear is halfback Kurt Storch 4265. Top row-Roger Iohnson, John Kelly, john Lowry. Second row-Bruce. Mc- Cauley, Fred Martin, Bob Matock. Bottom row-Edward Mil- ler, Scott Norris, Ralph Peck. Colorado 28 Arizona 25 Extra points missed once again proved the difference between tie and defeat as the hard-luck Arizonans outrushed, outpassed, and generally outplayed the over-confident Buffs. The home team gained a 14-0 advantage, but the brilliant 'Cats bounced right back as McCauley found star Ed Wolgast with a 67-yard scoring heave, and Miller did the same with Oscar Carrillo. The third period found the Buffs once again two touchdowns to the good until the undaunted visitors sprung WVolgast for an 81-yard T.D. jaunt and cli- maxed a 91-yard parade with Miller tossing to Batiste. Only the Buffs, four conversions to Arizona's one prevented the up- set tie. Ns Q' S E -,.,,,- ' Y' ii M it gg 2 1 L if 1 Despite the effort of an Iowa State lineman to swipe the ball, Halfb opened with the help of End Leo Brandt and Fullback Gene Brown Arizona 19, Denver 14 A pair of Eddies, Miller and Wolgast, sparked the Red and Blue to a trio of first-half touchdowns and then watched the defensive team cling savagely to their dimin- ishing lead and keep the game on ice. Miller and Storch were the eager recipients of Miller's two T.D. tosses, While Ed Wolgast was responsible for the third. The Pio- neers tallied twice in the second half by virtue of a pair of Arizona bobbles, but the tenacity of the U. of A. defenders prevented any repetition of the two previous Saturdays, extra-point defeats. -178- ack jim Guendelsberger speeds through a crater-sized C341 Arizona 38, N. Mex. O Hapless New Mexico provided a well-earned breather for the Arizona gridders, who rolled to an easy six touchdowns in the second and third periods. Mc- Cauley passed to Christiansen for one tally, while Wolgast, Garrillo, Guendelsberger, Hodges, and Gil Gonzales all trampled a path across the Lobos' easily accessible goal line. Outstanding on defense was big Don Boucher, who won honorable mention for "Line- man of the Weekv with his alert play. Center Wayne Huish and End Dick Christiansen close in against Utah for the tackle. Utah scored on this line smash. Diving for the ball carrier are Tackle Fred Martin C76Q, Halfback Dave Richards f22Q, Tackle Bob Matock C717 and Center Don Boucher C53Q. sw., Tempe 47, Arizona 13 A keyed-up, methodical Tempe wrecking crew, sparked by Halfback VVhizzer VVhite and Fullback Manuel Aja, gave Wildcat gridders a practical lesson in clever football. They capitalized on numerous Arizona miscues to hand the home team its most humiliating defeat by a Border Conference opponent. Playing in bitter cold, the Wild- cats pushed across a touchdown in each half with VVolgast and Ca1'rillo scoring, but were unable to cope with the Sun Devils' crushing ground attack, which netted most of their 517 yards gained from scrimmage. Liil Ed VVol- gast was the only Arizona threat to Tempe's supremacy, gaining 103 yards for a 9.4 yard average. 179 - vm ms E -Hamas -ss ur, 2 ww ,W ..sw,f9s, 51 ,Q MM? ew ff Wg we K ff x V. M, X M N , as A ,Z , :M vm . ww. R ,W . 2 W wg ,TW,,.m KH , N L A , ' mix SS 1-ra W sm , :mn H x fx , Q I Vx 1 J- , QI' 'QTY fi if x::.f ., i . Q V 1 42 . -5 wi ,., wx X MWA MVJX -' H ,iw ' , H . ,A 1 , Q f Q- x . Q V: Q 4' 'fi W. ri 9 W x ' ' .- 5 I A 1 V ' yi ' it 5 , . Z V D if S455 92,2 .N 4 1 V The Record - 1950. West Texas 34 ....... ....... A rizona 26 Utah 27 ............. .................... A rizona 14 Arizona 32 ............... .......7 H ardin-Simmons 28 Texas Western 14 ....... ................. A rizona 13 Colorado 28 .,...,.,.. ....... Ar izona 25 Arizona 19 ........ .............. D enver 14 Arizona 38 ........ Tempe 47 ...... Texas Tech 39 ......... Arizona 27 ...... ...,..-.......Arizona 13 ...,.......Arizona 7 ........ Iowa State 26 .......NeW Mexico 0. Slim Williams, equipment room mana- ger, has Worked faithfully for the Uni- versity for more than seventeen years Football Managers: Shafton, R., Bryant, I., Vassar, C., Rundell, D. - 181 - Frosh Football Arizona's freshman gridders, with a weight average of some 10 pounds per man over the UA varsity, notched the University,s second undefeated frosh season by sweeping four games. Although their records failed to meas- ure up to the 1949 "best in historyv yearling season, the 1950 Wildkittens were cited by freshman coach Frank Sancet and head coach Bob Winslow as being "potentially betterv than last season's team. The 1950 outfit more than doubled opponents in yardage gained and averaged 50 points a game to their rivals' 6.7. W r Top ground-gainers for the frosh were right halfback Bill Klement with an average of 8.4 yards a carry and 269 net yards. Left halfback Ken Cardella had 156 yards and 8.6 yards a try. Quarterback Gary Shiffman led the pass- ers with 14 completions in 37 tosses for 248 yards. The Wildkitten Record Arizona 35, Texas VVestern 14 Arizona 39, Tempe 6 Arizona 55, Eastern Arizona Junior College 0 Arizona 71, New Mexico 7 Q., Left to ri ht: First row-Tel-maat, EG Davis, S,5 Mumy, T.g Prather, 1.5 Groninger, B.g Rucker, D.g Kuher, B4 W4?1161', C Bowers, E., Wallendorf, D.5 Freund, K.g McDonald, D.g Hood, Hogan, B. Second row-Bubllleflgwltlii Igllimagllg Ixarns, I., Drachman, M., Lebeau, F., Frenzen, G., Acosta, F.gZa1ec, T.,Homme1'dJng,4VV-5HiU1S?f1id 1 rfiitow Shiffman, G., B31-tos, I., Bryant, I. Third 1-ow-Wilson, Sancetg Boswell, H.g Klement, B., Green re , 1 .il ' Inlo 1 ,v ., B. L Skl, PG Camel-Ou, H4 Su-agger, B., Kiniski, G., Silas, S.g Howard, B., Bryant, R., Schetter, T.g Hannape , ., o1r1son, ., '11 son, B. Fourth row-Cardella, K.5 Davis, I.g Sam, D.g Paproski, S- ASSISTANT FRESHMAN FOOTBALL COACHES Left to right-McCarter, G.g Wilson B.g Morrison, B.g Larson, B. FRANK SANCET F reshmau Football Coach Chosen co-captains of the Wildcats were Guard Leo johnson, left, and Forward Bob Honea. The Wildcats were heaped with awards during the past season, but these didn't completely overshadow the honors gained by the dean of Border Conference basket- ball coaches - Arizonais Coach Fred Enke. Completing his twenty-sixdi season at UA, Enke was selected as one of the nation's top ten basketball coaches. He was also named to the Helms Foundation Hall of Fame for his outstanding record at Arizona. During his coaching tenure at Arizona, Enke has won eight conference championships and two co-championships. Only four times have his Wildcat teams fallen below the .500 percent mark. Three seasons his Wild- cats lost only two games and in twelve sea- sons they lost five or less. This season gave Enke, who predicted Arizona would finish seventh in the conference, his 401st victory as opposed to 177 defeats. VVhat made UA a team of success? Enke attributed it "to a terrific will to win and fine teamwork." "I have only one regret when I look back over the past seasonf Enke said. "That was our continued failure to get past the first round in national tournaments. Maybe some day we'll get that first victory and win a national championshipf, -184- Basketball A sixth straight Border Conference title, trips to two na- tional tournaments, and a final ranking of twelfth nationally sum up the achievements of the 1950-51 Arizona Wildcats. Over their thirty-game schedule, the Wildcats won ten games on the road, dropped six, and swept fourteen con- tests at home. The final victory in Bear Down Gym in- creased to 79 Arizona's string of home court triumphs and to 53 its string of conference victories at home. UA's overall record earned it a seeded spot in the National Invitational Tournament in New York City. The Wildcats, conference record-fifteen wins and one loss -put them in the NCAA tourney at Kansas City. In both tournaments the Border Conference champs lost to finalists-to Dayton, 74-68, in the NIT, and to Kansas State in a hair-raising thriller, 61-59, in the NCAA. Only defeat on Arizonais league record was administered, 67-66, by New Mexico A. 61 M. Near the end of the season the 'Cats whipped the same team, 75-46, in a return match. Arizona gained na- tional fame during the Christmas holidays with a tour through the East. The Wildcats nipped West Virginia, 68-67, and upset City College of New York, defending na- tional champions, 41-38. The 'Cats lost the other two games on the trip-to Canisus, 55-52, and to Duquesne, 65-63. An all-time record Arizona crowd of 4,900 saw the Wildcats turn back Long Island University in the last seconds, 62-61. LIU was ranked fourth in the nation before invading Bear Down Gym. Leading Arizonais scoring over their thirty- game season was forward Bob Honea with 385 points and a 12.8 point-per-game average. He was followed by guard Roger johnson, who posted 338 points and a 12.2 average despite a broken bone in his hand, which hampered his play during the early season. Guard Leo johnson topped the squad in rebounds with 373 and assists fpasses leading directly to scoring? with 146. He was listed among the national leaders in both departments. Center jerry Dillon was next in rebounds with 242 and 5 ft. 11 in. forward Dave Schuff, shortest man on the team, was runner-up in assists with 91. Coach Fred Enke stands near some of the trophies he has accu mulated during his 26 years of coaching at Arizona. Clad in Stetson hats, the Wildcats are given a send- off rally before leaving for the National Invitational Tournament at New York City. :. A :a: 5-: ' wh H ff - -,, ru A x m S1 ju H W ,k Q H B mn -- P: E Q E E W , ,- H K Q- .wi . S LEO JOHN SON ROGER JOHNSON Guard Guard BOB HONEA F orward - 185- l Border Conference Team DAVE SCI-IUF F F orward EWR -EMF wb is? 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Arizona 83 AirPac 53 Arizona UCLA 69 Arizona 90 AirPac 38 Arizona San Jose 55 Arizona 79 NVhittier 59 Arizona Long Island 61 Arizona 68 San Diego 38 Arizona West Texas State 48 Arizona 63, 'Texas Western 52 Arizona Hardin-Sirninons 53 Arizona 90, Mississippi Southern Arizona Tempe 66 A Arizona 52, Canisius 55 Arizona New Mexico 54 gArizona 41, CCNY 38 Arizona New Mexico A. 81 M Arizona 68, West Virginia 67 Arizona Texas Western 54 Arizona 63, Duquesne 65 Arizona New Mexico A. 8: M 46 Arizona 83, Flagstaff 44 Arizona New Mexico 58 Arizona 59, West Texas State 53 Arizona Texas Tech 68 Arizona 57, Texas Tech 56 Arizona Tempe 59 Arizona 67, Hardin-Simmons 55 Arizona Dayton 74 Arizona 697 Flagstaff 39 National Invitation Tournament Arizona 59, Kansas State 61 ' 9 Deleted from official record. National Collegiate Athletic Association ,. Y, rrdfrxidfl , W Q 'N , J., ggmli f'E.5"H' 5 fri" 1 1 N-f wrxxwabi? gram: ggi' . pf' gg, .na aW"""a 1 L T KQHXKC1 7'-Shoemaker - L it-ault C . Left to right: Fl1btSlOTl1ssiSYaUt Qoachlod, 613-3 Sutton' TTENS of 19504951 Wireusecond Yogfgjtemcbirillen, H5 Lweng er - -- 'o "' Th BASKETBALL Laing. W' 5 lnaC1oa2i11 Sancet. Thu 1 6 r 1-2 H ' Tl- Bal eras, " Casl1,T'5 Mme' or Keuiff " -ti , T. ?s:rF1x2iToi:3lijlPieinia11, 1.3 Southwol X Coach Frank Sancet called his 1950-51 freshman basketball team 'gthe most talented group live had in four years of coaching the froshf, The Wildkitteiis Won 13 games and lost 7 during the season. Scoring 1,176 points in 20 games, the frosh averaged 58.8 points a battle. Forward john Bruner Won the individual scoring title with 189 points and a 9.5 per-game average. Lee Kenner Was runner-up with 184 points. The WVildkitten record: Arizona 48 U. S. Naval Training Center 63 Arizona 59, Las Vegas A F Base 48 Arizona 51 U. S. Naval Training Center 74 Arizona 68, Davis-Monthan A F Base 50 Arizona 46 Glendale College 41 Arizona 81, Tempe Frosh 41 Arizona 56, Phoenix College 37 Arizona 48, Phoenix College 46 Arizona 73 Davis-Monthan A F Base 46 Arizona 42, Eastern Arizona College 48 Arizona 64, Grand Canyon College 46 Arizona 42, Eastern Arizona College 44 Arizona 57, Flagstaff Frosh 52 Arizona 81, Davis-Monthan A F Base 56 Arizona 60, Phoenix College 69 Arizona 35, Phoenix College 39 Arizona 6 Flagstaff Frosh 58 Arizona 78, Grand Canyon College 41 Arizona 5 Eastern Arizona College 51 Arizona 81, Tempe Frosh 49 - 194 'SF' The 1951 Varsity swimmers were: Left to right: First row-Silverstein, L.g Mc- Pherson, 1.5 Evjen, H., Melanson, I. Second row -Thompson, N., McPher- son, D., Simley, J., Monier, J., Coach Ott. Third row -Dinkmeyer, B., Miller, C.g Boyer, R., Rittenhouse, P. saw at N , i-swxefmwsyf-,mm K Jim McPherson, veteran tankman, climbs out after a workout. Wimming This yearis varsity swimmers splashed through six meets in an Easter vacation tour of Califor- nia. Led by captain Hal Evjen, the Wildcats beat Occidental College and San jose State, and finished second in a three-way meet with Fullerton junior College and Mount San Antonio College. Evjen won the 100-yard free-style in the UCLA meet, the 220-yard free stroke and the 200-yard breast stroke in the San jose meets. Bill Dinkmeyer won the 220-yard free stroke twice at San Iose. In the California Polytechnic meet, jim McPherson won the 50-yard free-style. At San jose he won the 100-yard free-style. Lou Silverstein won in the 440-yard free-style at San Iose. -N Y f -f 5 E, Y . . D .. - AA 5:5 W ' ' 1 ' 1 3 'fn J .Q ., ,, H V . .. . ........ , . 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E. ,gin E Q E nm' qwzm is rm as Q it E . . i., W ,., Q E Tm ,um R Q is is m-ss .ss V B m- x-x awww E at john Kirman practices his 440 run. Roman DeSanctis is making a valiant attempt to take the first place position from Colorado. - is Q r n H mi is - r is is m w E ' an lf- zz 2 ' - a nm: E 5' J: 1 fem Em -Emi?-, . iii ., Hwy is B is 5 ,. N n .E a umm- si E, a -.1 tial is E ,: H vi S253 'Km ' .Es M51 H it it asian? ask, rack Weakened by injuries and crippled by the loss of key men to the serv- ice, Arizonais track team floun- dered through another mediocre season. Going into the annual Border Conference meet, the ,Cats had won two meets while losing four. Arizonafs only victories came over New Mexico in a dual meet and Texas VVestern and New Mex- ico A. Sz M. in a three-way meet. Start of 220-yard dash. Arizonals top point-getter as usual Was Parker Gregg. Although he didn't surpass his 1950 discus rec- ords, Gregg took first in all six meets and Was expected to Win his third straight Conference title. Seniors Iohn Kirman and Roman DeSanctis turned in creditable per- formances in the middle distances. Bob Anderson in the shot put and pole vaulters Jack Howell and Vaughn Hormann placed consist- ently. ,.. K I gy in - . ...gif I .Q5,,,,,. wmv.-yy . , . ' ' 1 " Q .,. - A 'B 'L " .5:5 ' ' .'. 3 ' I' jg-ii!--:-: - . f' jg-till... 5 . . -2. " 391- 1 v. . :lf- I ' QT," m..g1'i'L' was 'lf' 1. aw 1 ' . .l . '-".'i' ':il'Ff "'Ef'ff:1 e ' "ri.?-- 4- -1 -"" ' 4' - .4111-I-HH-' .,. rf... :. '- , :'- 355.5-H.. ... sis tt. - 5 LJ -. - -.-r-Q m, 1,f-- . ,A'l,:iEb1f,9f fi"-"4-' ' - ':' 5 ,- , .:. :::.:::gYp:r5 - saw' .1 'wr 1, . I-.ir-'Y' '- V. gm ,E ,4 4 Q- " ' -Ea J H 1 - , 1 A - .' . if -1 -95:4 . ss Q ws X W :. .. an 5 .. A e r wil . 5 1. 'n , M 1- M if-. W1 - Sami,-.H-QS?" E ,. mi-il :ii 5 2 at-rw Himsa fa aw- H gram ag A N We-mt W 1-'rw Parker Gregg, holder of the Border Conference record, aims to top his 155 ft. HM in. mark. Coach Gibbings and Wayne Tuttle talk over the day's events " ss:'m. '12 'w mm' 5'-.wamggea imfpgvf we Mrcriif Jw ...Bw-1 vs-: ' .- ':: -g-:f-g----------'- 3q.Hagg1f'3Em, ESQ-15l3gS,.,mgvQglilsmgmggimf"g55...3.F NW-it .vgvgg it may r..n-W " :- 4-A-F Q- - miriam was B Eg new ziggy- 3 U5 ji: X .B ' H Hr . me A Ms WK gm ns., Q -- Q. aria- ra at ,X was as vm 5m x E ,? im -W Quai? mm u mm an E M - m es -sv . KNEW , 53, 4 ,i'15EJ?n,r..E'Q.35 B K B. W Kwai Q ' 5 ,Zvi L . mx- is was m events. Coach Tom Cibbings looked ahead to next year when some of his top freshman stars round into competi- tive shape. The new conference eligibility rule permitted several freshmen to compete in varsity events. Fine performances were turned in by freshmen Tom Kelly and Ken Cardella in the Sprints, Bob Faucett in the high jump, Larry Bowers in the discus and shot put, and Wayne Tuttle in the middle distances. With more sea- soning, these men could well start Arizona on the road back to track prominence. Wayne Tuttle, a 220 and 440 man, takes a rest between his Il? 5 W Iohn Kirman and Ro man DeSanctis get off to a good start in the 440 against Colorado University. I' W "'SE'i'TEf .-1 , 'f 1 . , ' Clay Hitchcock and Fred Batiste shown flying over the high hurdles in the meet against Colorado U. -193- Trackmen on the 1951 squad were: Left to right: Front row-Cardella, K., Kleinrnan, R., Narcho, H., Sturm, D., Rumney, B., Southworth, T., F aucett, B., Beeler, P., Hebbler, E., Turner, I., Arino, R. Second row-Jackson, D., Qmanagerl, Hitchcock, C., Burns, S., Ayres, B., Corder, W., DeSanctis, R., Kirman, I., Gregg, P., Meenan, K., Kitchens, H., Ollson, B., Kyle, D., Pesses, A. frnanagerj. Third row--McNulty, I. Cfrosh coachj, Howell, J., Jarvis, B., Sidel, P., Storch, K., Lowry, I., Anderson, B., Hormann, V., Fenter, D., Morgan, K., Smith, I., Larriva, F., Case, T., Coach Gibbings. Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona A Arizona Arizona Over the top! - 199 - 1951 Seasons Record 44, Colorado 87 405, Santa Barbara 90W 78, New Mexico 53 4273, San Diego State 8821 117, Texas Western SGW New Mexico A. 81 M. 7M 21, Tempe 110 Wy S The Wildcats take the field for another victory. Baseball Arizonaas 1950 baseball team was acclaimed its 'ibest in historyf, But this year the Wildcats improved upon that record and were taking aim at the national playoffs at the time this book went to press. The 'Cats had won 24 games against only a single defeat, with three games left to play. Along the way they had whipped such top-flight teams as UCLA, San Francisco, Cali- fornia, and Colorado. The hard-hitting Wildcats set new scoring and pitching records as they headed for a possible Border Conference playoff and the NCAA tournament. Last year Arizona barely missed getting into the NCAA, dropping a playoff series to Texas, the team which won the national championship. If Arizona could get by the Longhorns, they felt that they might bring their first NCAA trophy home to Tucson. Members of the 1951 VARSITY BASEBALL team consisted of: Left to right: Front row-Vasey, C., Armstrong B Cwudner, D., VVl1eeler, C., Bailey, B., jenny, L., Keating, B., Verbica, B., batboy. Second row-Palmer, P., Nicely B Tolson, B., Starkey, I., Delay, M., Quigley, D., Iohnson, R., Coach Sancet. Third row-Brown, C. Qmanagerj, Crowell B Corrigan, B., Keefe, D., Bisher, B., Rosenberg, I., Tussey, I., Hogan, B., Owens, S. dh pie Kali.: A. I I ,. Lloyd Ienuey is getting ready for a heavy hit. We ale leady for themf' say Oscar Yrun, Bob Verb1ca, Chet Vasey chalks up 2111011161 run for the Wlldcats and Lloyd IGHHGY- Robin Risher Brad Tolson Richard Corrigan Rob Risher, Brad Tolson and Dick Corrigan-the "big threev of Arizona,s superb pitching crew - Won 16 games while losing only one. Tolson, one of three grad- uating seniors, extended his personal Winning streak to 17 games by tossing six vic- tories this year. Risher turned in five straight wins and helped his own cause by hitting over .400. Captain Dick Corrigan also won five games but was charged with Arizona's only defeat. A bright future was insured by the success of Sopho- mores Iim Starkey and Iolo Owens, who won four games between them. The new freshman eligibility rule permitted promising Ed Morgan to show his stuff. Mo- raga pitched in two games, going the entire route in his debut to beat College of the Pacific. The Wildcats weren't picked to knock down any fences this year, but as the season drew to a close five regulars were hitting over .300. Along the way the Wildcats scored 30 runs in two different games and crushed other foes by lopsided margins. With depth in almost every position, the ,Cats rolled no matter whether the starting team or the reserves were playing. Senior Chet Vasey as usual was among the batting leaders. Roger Johnson started late but quickly took over the leadership. Pleasant surprises were Sophomores Mark Delay and Claude Wheeler, who weren't even listed as starters before the season. .S 5,2 ,, L' is l Claude Wheeler and Umpire Carroll watch intently at a close play at home plate. Coach Frank Sancet, in his second year as Wildcat coach, even improved on last yearys phenomenal record. Taking over the job vacated by I. F. CPopl McKale, the versatile Sancet in his debut piloted Arizona to an NCAA district playoff with Texas. This year his team lost only one game and seemed assured of another playoff chance. Whether it would come this year or next, the possibility for a national championship loomed ever larger on A1'iZO11EL,S horizon. The Wildcats had definitely arrived in the big time. Cliff Myrick knocks in another run for the hard-hitting Wildcats. -203- Coach Frank Sancet 'ea Riffs . f E 6 'Wo ov X. u Nxaiw SXW' Tennis Jim Dye, a native Tucsonan, held the No. I position on the University of Arizona tennis ladder this year. Two years ago he ranked thir- teenth in the nation in the Junior Division for men under eighteen. This year he teamed with Bob Charles to win the Intercollegiate Invita- tional and with Bill Carey to cop the doubles in the Arizona Closed. Bob Charles, a senior from Phoenix, is an old-timer on the Wildcat squad. This year he reached the finals in the doubles in the Southwestern, the Arizona Inter- collegiate Invitational in February, as Well as the Arizona Closed tournament in March. Marty Shaw, No. 2 man on the team, showed the most improvement. Reaching the finals in doubles With Bob Charles, Marty Went on to place second in the singles Arizona Open. A Physical Education major, he hails from De- troit, Michigan. - 1..u-,au.,.?'-- li Y,f. wig Coach C' Zaner --KM. :nw Leshef Varsity Squad The University of Arizona varsity netters had another successful season under the guidance of C. Z. Lesher this year. The 1951 season opened with a 5-1 victory over Texas Tech, defending Border Conference champ. The Wildcats went on from there to win most of their matches, losing only to powerful UCLA, defending NCAA champ, Southem Cal and Texas Western. Hapless Tempe suffered two 9-0 shutouts at the hands of the Arizona net- men from Tucson. The Wildcats were credited with twelve Border Conference championships, ten of which are consecutive, and with two second places. Although coming in only third in the BC tournament last year, the racquet team was a strong contender for the BC cham- pionship play-off held in Tucson on May 11 and 12. The Wildkitten tennis team won all three of its games, downing Phoenix College 8-0 and 7-2, and Eastern Arizona I. C. 9-0. .Q , A .f-H ,pm Q.. ., ,M ' . v. z . , Wg- U G H, 9. ,L E arm Q Q .. fx I i .Mn effgis j The Wildcats' varsity tennis squad were: Charles, B., Dye, I., Lindamood, S., Boediger, B., Borodkin, B., Shaw NI -205- we Varsity golfers for the 1951 season were: Left to right: North, D., Golberg, B., Purdy, I., Brennan, B., Werbelow, I., Watson, D. Golf After a shaky start, during which the linksters lost three consecutive matches to Colorado, New Mexico -the defending Border Conference champ, and Tempe, the golf team under Coach Fred Enke finally found itself. Victories were rolled up over Texas Tech, Phoenix College, New Mexico A. 81 M., Davis-Monthan, Tempe, Texas Western, and New Mexico to finish the season with a record of seven wins, four losses, and one tie. Bill Colherg was the teanfs leading golfer, illustrated by his superb 1 under par 71 which he shot against New Mexico A. 81 M. Bill Golberg demonstrates his driving form. Jud WVerbelow putts it in 7 1 . ' - " 1. : - - X ,.. 1, 1 . z H W . e E :Nm mf H E . .H , ss, , Qgfeshig gf: 1 B- .asa B H an ss Ht",--F nr -21 Pictured above are a few of the "Av Club members fother members were camera-shyj: Left to 1'ight: Seated-McDuff I., Slate, H., Wolgzist, Streets, B. Standing-Boucher, D., Carroll, A., Stephens, B., Eller, K., Norris, S. The "A" Club, known for its unique initiation cere- mony, is composed of varsity lettermen who have completed 45 units of academic work. On the day of initiation, the initiates parade around campus clad in the uniform of their sports. The tradition of kissing and initiating coeds as honorary members of the club has been abandoned this year. The lighting of the "Av climaxed the ceremony. Many functions were taken on by this group throughout the year to strengthen relationship between the alumni and the University. All the alumni received notice and news of all coming sports events. During basket ball sea- son, in the Room on the second floor of Bear Down Gym, the "Av Club plays host to officials, sports writers, high school coaches, and their athletes. The walls of this room are muraled with the greats of the U. of Afs athletic histoiy. Other functions in- cluded the sponsorship of the "old-timer" basketball game to climax spring practice, helping the Graduate Manager, meeting out-of-town athletes, and enforcing traditions. 6'Popv McKale is the able advisor to this organization. Officers of the "Av Club were: Harvey Slate, treas urer, Scott Norris, president, Bud Streets, secretary Bob Murray, vice-president, was not present Scotty gets ready to serve the birdie right to her opponents backhand. At the free throw line, Scotty's a hard one to beat. Scotty demonstrates the driving 29, ,A 4. if gg form she employs in one of her 'H , gs . ,' 9, Y " Z' A-1-3' . , . x " it N,-g favorite spo1 ts, golf Top oman Athlete Ioan Scott, a Chi Omega from Oceanside, California, was honored at the 'lfVO1Tl6117S Day Assembly as the out- standing sportswoman of the year. Scotty is a gradu- ating senior With a major in Physical Education. It is not easy to earn the honor of outstanding sportswoman, for it takes four years of work and a great deal of time. It requires participation in all sports, plus a high degree of skill in all of them. This yearis sportswoman certainly meetis these requirements. She has taken part in all sports, both individual and team sports, throughout her career at the University. Scotty enjoys all sports, nam- ing basketball and golf as her favorites. She is also a top badminton player, and certainly an addition to any team in sports such as volleyball, hockey, or softball. Scotty has served on the W. A. A. Board as Bowling Sportleader and vice-president of the organization, and has earned both her "An sweater and 'SAS blanket, sym- bolizing more than 2,000 points earned. f -208- n....,s' . 3' 5 wi gpm ' THA as ' The W.A.A. Executive Board included, left to right: First row-Pomeroy, A Moore, C. fPresidentQ, Hines, M., Scott, I., and Bayne, B. Second row McNabb, K., Johnson, C., Baumgartner, S., Downer, P., and Rees, I. Third row-Shellenberger, M., Miss Pilgrim, W.A.A. Faculty Sponsor, Condrt, A., Joyner, D., Dennerly, C., and Gunby, M. "A" Club A girl's interest and participation in W. A. A. activities is measured by the points she has earned for taking part in the program. Each time she completes the required practices and tournament play, she goes one step further along the path to the coveted "Av sweater and membership in "Av Club, which comes after she has earned 1,000 points. To belong to the select group owning "An blankets she must earn 2,000 points. "Av Club assists the Board in planning and officiating at the annual Womanis Sports Day. -210- .A.A. Board The W. A. A. Executive Board con- sists of the officers of VV. A. A., a sports leader for each sport, and her faculty sponsor, Who is an ex-officio member. The Board, sponsored by Miss Pilgrim, is the governing body of the organization. Each sport leader, working in cooperation with her fac- ulty sponsor, directs the practices and tournament of her sport, and compiles the individual points at the end of the season. In addition to these activities, the Board acts as hostess at a Fall Swimming Party for all incoming freshmen and new students, and pro- motes and directs a Sports Day each year in which university Women com- pete with women from other schools in various sports. GAU Club members were, left to right: First row-Carlisle,M. A., Kinnt u B., Liebal, P., Cannon, M., and Halloway, M. Second row--Udell, B Brown, B., Bayne, B., and Scott, I. Third row-Joyner, D., Johnson, A Hines, M., Moore, C., and Hyde, C. E. P. E. Staff Teaching the teachers of the future is the job of the staff at the VVomen,s Building. The staff comes in contact with every woman at the University, not only through the classes which are required of every freshman and sophomore, but also through the intra- mural program, which has a large percentage of participation among among the students. The work clos- est to their hearts, however, is their work with the physical education majors. In theory classes as well as on the field of play, it is the interest and basic principles of sportsmanship which the teachers impart to the stu- dents that will make them successful teachers of tomorrow. A physical education teacher's day never ends with the close of classes, for then she must direct and sponsor the intra- mural play. Each teacher sponsors one of the sports set up in the intra- mural program, and several are also sponsors of the various organizations. Members of the physical education staff are: Left to right: First row-Pilgrim M Morrison, I., Clau'k, R. Second row-Stanley, R., Natonek, A., Dow, N., Popp, P. God Win, I., Niemi, C., Gittings, L., Director of the Physical Education Department, Cate wood, E., and Chesney, M. - Majors include: Left to right: First row-Liebal, P., Blaugrand, C., Downer, P., P Dent, B., Brown, B., Hicks, S., Crabtree, J., Schaffer, D., Martin, M. Second M., Johnston, B., Hill, M., Seay, B., Gunby, M., Fuller, C., Chilikas, L., , S., Pomeroy, A., Hines, M. Third row-Hines, G., Scott, I., F., Isaacs, Homar, D., Toser, I., VVagncr, L., Hall, W., Sheehan, P., Shaw, D., A. Fourth row-Moore, C., Don, M. J., VVestlake, D., Kinney, C., I., O'Dell, D., Pearson, M., Wuertz, H., McCormick, F., and Willis, P. P. E. Majors The physical education majofs cur- riculum includes much more than merely learning to take part in all sports. In addition, she must learn the theory behind the various sports, take several courses in the scientific field, and master the art of teaching. The majors have formed a club which is very active during the year, meet- ing to hear speakers who have chosen physical education for their careers, assisting in Sports Day activities, and participating in various contests be- tween the majors and the staff. These girls are outstanding in their fields and have chosen to pass on to others their knowledge, experience, and sense of fair play to others through the medium of teaching. it! . ' ff n 5. KA 5 x NA L V .i f ' .V ' 5 - ' a .:-: -if- -1 .L T Qt if 1 ,, i . A N V 1 ...,, W- V, fl-E. f-1- ., ' 5-- f ' "JP F ,J ,-fm 5 A .:s f.,,,, 7.f - - 'I -211- The Pi Phis brought home many blue ribbons from the Swim Meet this year, enough to give them top honors. Members of their' Winning team were, left to right: First row-Keep, A., Bartlett, A., Lucas, D., Jenkins, V. Second row-Gillespie, E., Ecker, Ng Wilson, S., Heffelfinger, L. Third row- Lent, G., Simmons, C., Beck, B., Powers, M., and Kelley, M. Swimming Swimming is the first major sport offered by W. A. A. in the fall, and one of the most pop- ular. It is possible for a girl to earn as many as 75 points in this one sport, by getting twelve practices, and then participating in the meet. The job ofdirecting the practices and plan- ning the meet belonged to Ian Piees, Swimming Sport Leader. The Pi Phis walked away with top honors, with the Independents running a close second. Mary Hines totaled the most points to win the individual honors, and Marge Kelly Won the diving event. I ' This is the second year for Mary Hines, Chi Omega, to win top individual honors in the Women,s Swim Meet by making the highest total points. -212- . cf , as I , f . Q Midge McDuff tries a shot as Mary Ann Lawrason guards, and Anne Pomeroy and Betty Jacka Wait for the rebound. Qiiffry sti1Hilt21lQQSPa'sfIIel if flieP1i5kf1S"iIftf12fll1f5i game of the basketball tournament. u Basketball The basketball tournament this year proved to be an exciting one, with the Kappas Winning over the Chi Omegas by the close score of 26-24. Anne Pomeroy was the Sportleader for basketball, and Miss Stanley was the faculty sponsor. Basketball is a high spot in the W. A. A. program and receives more campus-Wide interest than any other team sport. The Kappafs winning team includes: Left to right: First row-Stunz, K5 Pomeroy, A.5 McDuff, M Udfell, B.5 and Shellenberger, M. Second row--Bunton, P.5 Scharbau, A.g Conger, M.g Stanley, P ant Mertz, E. ... B , ' Em Q ig:-Sig fig-ll S E li? SNES dx 5 .,. The Gamma Phis were runners- up in the Intergroup Doubles Tournament this year. Their team includes: Kneeling+Baker, L., and Evans, I. E. Standing- Allison, 1.5 Ruby, C., and Ma- honey, D. Tennis Margie Kelly, in emb er of the Woi ' ' ' nens Tenms Team, 1S engaged in a forehand volley. ,gg A I . Q E if Members of Racket Club are: Kneel ing-Bronson, R., Evans, I., O,De1l D., and Caldwell, V. Standing -214- Hines, G., Bunton, P., Pomeroy, A, Carlisle, M., Seay, B., Downer, Pl, and Kelly, M. The Delta Gammas came out on top in the Inter- group Doubles Tourna- ment this year by edging out the Gamma Phis. Mem- bers of their winning team ale left to right-Steven, M Fannin, A., Woodruff, I Scully, J., Seay, B., and Stfrsand, C. YQ,--Q Tennis, a year-round sport at Arizona, is one of the most active phases of the W.A.A. program. Practices are held throughout the year, with a never-ending stream of tournaments, all planned and coordinated by Miss Marguerite Chesney, director of tennis and faculty sponsor of Racquet Club. Racquet Club is the honorary for those girls who excel in tennis. Their new members are chosen from the outstanding play- ers in the Racquet Club Tournament in the fall. Mary Ann Carlisle and Anne Pomeroy sewed as presidents of the organization this year. Rena Bronson, runner-up in the Singles Elimination Tournament, congratulates Betty Seay, win- ner of the tournament, as Carol Moore, President of W.A.A., gets ready to present Betty with the Winner's trophy. Pat Downer, who participated in the Iunior Nationals last sum- mer, and is a member of the Women's Tennis Team, gets off a smashing serve. -215- I I l Members of the winning Chi Omega hockey team are: Left to right: First row- Lawrason, M., Jacka, B., Scott, I., Harline, G.5 Lindstrom, P. Second row-Mac- Lernon, B., Moore, C., Hines, M., Lowe, A., Strassburger, M. Third row-Man- tle, M., Hines, C., Head, D., and Briggs, I. ei.-sw QA. ig .' msn E xi gm W Spaumg off at the 25ya1d bully are Indy Bargrnan and Mary Hines. gms wt .3 .- uh 5.5 ml B gm E is B Q W , H E W E ...gms gases is The Chi Omegas came away with top honors in the Hockey Toiirnament this year, defeating the DeeGees 3-1 in a close and exciting final game. Hockey is a sport that stresses coordination sportsmanship, and team- work. As sportsleader for Hockey, M ary Shellen- berger planned the tourna- ment and coordinated the practices. Mrs. Neimi was the faculty sponsor. 3 Hockey Chi Omegas Mary Ann Lawrason, Mary Mantle, and Ian Briggs are defending against the rush of Ioan Adams, Ioan Cory and Judy Bargman, DeeGees. a ,s W4 ."' ' V' 505: ' ,I ' -:-i::-:- " Y ':l: - -4 ,E .71 a I H F533 QU- E gr :-: -4 :-: Z -I--7 " . ' U., 'EJ ' : .....,. . ' - ........ ...- 1 ,.,.,., , 'fEf:":' 5'5 ,.,, 252: I :': ':' ' "4 H , ' f :': .- .:' ':' 1 ' .,.,:,, ' Sw: W ig ? WE EQQQQ gf .sggit-QFQIQ " , , - A H W H , ' ' ' I 7' . - 3. . H- '1 151,- -1 - H mga M ig we-5 E? :gg H 5. '.,ga- 1-Msg H . . 5, i V gl H Et ,gift LEE E gi :ES Ee- Lgwifge S2 33 H B-2 ggi QE ig sf rg W f f is " H ' ' Q : 1- : B .ef -X Y' E' mg, .iff 5E...w gap ygs sg egg maj. ge" E gg Z , E Kgs .73 ag E B :C - , E I I' E m B I E m is - .YL .'. 1 -. 1 it :M Q an wg ie 2 5 E , M 5 E . .5 E E -216- . -,- , , x Golf Betty Graham demonstrates the driving form which helped her Win the Fall Open Tournament. Fst rr Betty Graham holds the pin as Ioan Nelson putts Girls with a flair for golf find plenty of oppor- tunity for both practice and competition at Arizona. Aside from regular classes, they can earn W A. A. points for practices and for par- ticipating in Various tournaments which are held throughout the year. The Putters spon- sor Fall and Spring Open Tournaments each year, from which they choose their new mem- bers. The girls also compete in the State Open Tournament and the Southwestern Open. Mrs. Gatewood is the faculty sponsor for golf, and Betty Graham is president of Putters. Mrs. Gatewoocl tutors the Putters, Womenls Golf Honorary, in the fine art of putting. Mem- bers of Putters are: Left to right: First row-Scott, I., Moore, C., Crist, M. K., Keating, T. Second row-I-Ievvetson, A., Funk, B., Neuer, L., Nelson, J., Springer, S., Graham, B. I, WY ,pw Qnnnr V - 217 - 5 A 'ii nr It looks like a homer for Susie Tracy. Last but not least in the W.A.A. program comes softball. This popular team sport inspires the girlrs to closer teamwork and cooperation. More than three hundred girls participate in the practices and tournament, which can net them a total of fifty W.A.A. points. Girls for the Uni- versity team Which was sent to the play day at New Mexico were chosen in tryouts held at the beginning of the season. Mary Hines was sportleader for softball, and Miss Clark the faculty sponsor. any Softball Barbara Iohnston fires one right over the plate. Shirley Stipek catches as Iocly Thompson stretches out for a hit. -218- Bowling W. A. A. members can earn points throughout the year in bowling, at the rate of 25 points per twelve lines. An intergroup tournament is held in the fall and spring, with a challenge trophy going to the winners. The trophy is now held by the Pi Phis by virtue of their win- ning the Fall Totunament. The Spoit Leader for this popular individual sport was Carrie Iohnson. Waiting to hear the results of the Dee Gee bowlers in the Fall Tournament were: F orslew, L., Stevens, M., Mills, B., Seay, B., Don, M. I., Fuller, K., Baurngartner, S., Iohnson, C., and Miss Stanley, faculty sponsor. Ioan Scott, Chi Omega, demonstrates the form that gave her the strikes and spares to come out high-point bowler in the Fall Tournament. I C The Pi Phis proved to have the winning combination in Best, M., Childress, S., Lehman, A., Kinnear, B., and Bayne, B. -219- l Volleyball Shirley Baumgartner was the sports leader for volleyball, which has become one of W.A.Afs most popular sports. Volleyball is the first team sport offered in the W.A.A. program and is spon- sored by Mrs. Gatewood. The Chi Omegas Won the Intergroup Tournament this year by defeat- ing Maricopa Hall in an exciting game, 21-23, 21-8, 21-13. Champions on the volleyball court are the Chi Omegas whose Winning team includes, left to right: First row - Hines, C., Head, D., Lowe, A. Second row -Iacka, B., Moore, C., Nigg, M., McLernou, B., and Strass- burger, M. Lawrason, M., Isaacs, M., and O,Dell, D., watch Hines, M., get ready for a spike. Lawrason, M., Iacka, B., and Scott, I., get set to block the spike O,Dell, D., is about to de- liver as Joyner, D., and Isaac, M., look on. A gioup of the top archers at the University includes, left to right: First row- Hynes S., Reinhart, A., PIICC N., VVeurtz, H., and Coede B. Second row- Randolph C., Mallis, D., Gumon M., William, M., and Cunhy, M. Archery The archery range on the Womenis Field is the scene of much activity during the year. Uni- versity Women, under the capable tutorage of Miss Pilgrim, learned the fundamentals of arch- ery iu class, and then tested their skill in the various tournaments held throughout the year. Competition in the l1'll'1'9.H1L1I'2ll tournaments in the fall and spring, along with several tele- graphic meets, primed them for competition in the Arizona State Archery Tournament in the spring. Pictured at the right are Cunhy, M., Arch- ery Sports Leader, and Coede, B., President of the Archery Club. Miss Goede won the Advanced Competition in the annual Arch- ery Fall Open Tournament, and Miss Cunby was runner-up. Checking their scores are Weurtz, H., Winner of the Beginners Competition in the Fall Meet, Reinhart, A., runner- up in the Intermediate Class, and Williams, M., winner of the Inter- mediate Competition. -221- Ochesis The versat:ility of the W. A. A. program is shown in the mem- bership of those girls whose in- terest lies in the art of dancing. Y'Vhen they have accumulated enough points they become members of W. A. A., and when they show sufficient interest and ability they become members of Orchesis, Womenis Dance Hon- -orary. Orchesis has been a very active organization this year. Under the leadership of Beverly Clark, and the tutorage of Mrs. Natonek they have participated in many programs, including two studio performances, the Varsity Show, in which they won first place, and their an- nual recital in May. Striking a dramatic pose are the members of Orchesis. Included in the group are: Left to right: First row-Kern, B., Smith, F., McAleer, L., Shaw, I. Second row-McRae, N., Patania, I., Zinn, M. K., Cray, P., Toles, A., Stevens, J. Third row-Vasali, V., Padilla, M., Dobry, D., Parker, I., Shoenhair, M., Clark, B., Thomas, I. Desert Mermaids It is not such a strange sight after all to see mermaids in the desert, particu- larly in the springtime when practices for the annual Aquacade begin. These displaced mermaids are members of the University Women's Swimming ,Honor- ary, Desert Mermaids. The Spring Aquacade, which is the highlight of the Mermaids' year, is the result of long hours of practice and hard work by the members. The water ballet is com- pletely choreographed, directed, and swam by the students. New members are chosen each fall by tryouts which are judged by the officers of the organ- ization, headed this year by Ioan Wood- ruff, president. The Mermaids are tu- tored by Mrs. Cwen Neimi, faculty sponsor. Members of Desert Mermaids are: Left to right: First row--Keeton, M., Scott, C., Jenkins, V., Fawcett, C., Halloway, M., Kelley, M., Gillespie, E., Steele, C., Young, I., Downer, P., Morris, M., McLernon, B., Pomeroy, A., Fennemore, M. Second row-Lent, G., Baumgartner, S., Hines, M. Lara, D., Westlake, J., Jackson, G., Hedgecock, P., Hines, C., Conger, M., Cur- tis, D., Scharbau, A., Udell, B., Adams, I. Third row-Johnson, M., Wood- ruff, I., Moring, C., Johnson, B., Hewitson, A., Mulcahy, P., Armstrong, K., Powers, M. 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Y, . , vt, F 1 Q, ,,,r,-L -. ,.- .4 1 . 2 x. an Y ,3.,'.'u .4 : , .ivy ".'- -Mi X ' 'fr-1 -' .u . Q .U fi..--:rn .QLQTX --.9 ,H . .ax HK,- .W 3 U 'HF . '- A ,,.-,. A.. 1 V - M., , X 3- ,I ... A qi, -1. la, 's.,Wu,. - - M-ary. f'. . I . A.. . ,hw ,-A - Jig- 19-1 e mf" T-F"?"' 'if N ' 1 TRAM URAL SPORT if az A me at mt, 1 wgau I at si 2 ' m wl W? ass:-': lm, X ss i the ten-event meet Membeis of Delta Chi's fall swimming championship team were: Front row- Cella P Bummgham, 1.3 Dinkmeyer, B.g Meenan, K. Back row-Simley, 1.5 McPhe1son D Hall, C.g Monier, P. Harold Dill of Phi Gamma Delta displays his jack-knife form in the diving event which was won by Leon Tolleson of Sigma Chi. 'xifasa E Z' W 'J --sf Splashing john Fox was the Phi Cams' leading scorer and a real threat to the Delta Chi's suprem- acy in the middle distance races. Swimming The first place trophy foi the fall swim meet was won by Delta Chi for the fourth str 'ught year. Bill Dinkmeyei and Phil Monier each scoiing two fust places, paced the Delta Chi v1c tory over the Sigma Chi SAE and the Phi Cams, who followed in order. Relay cups were won by Delta Chi and Sigma Chi Ninety-two men participated in -. The winner! Phi Gamma Delta, Whose Dave Ewing copped first places in three events, won the fall track meet championship trophy, beating out Sigma Chi and Delta Chi. Ewing won the broad jump and 150 and 330 yard runs and aided the Phi Cams to one relay trophy, Delta Chi winning the other. Other outstanding performers were Leon- ard Bice of the Barbs, winner of the 660 yard and three-quarter mile races, and Marvin Scott of Sigma Chi, who took fnst in the discus event and two second places. Seventeen organizations were represented and 151 meen took part in the meet. . ' 5 E4 E ns: rag:-if E gg . l ui' Walk' Get 011 YO Track Wfinning Phi Gam track team: First row-Preuter, I., Couchie, D., Matteson, D., Altstatt, L., Smith, I. Second row-Hodges, F., DeSanctis, Pr., Elson, Pr., Diggs, D., Kerman, I., Albertson, R. . V K Y U. Q -225- Crab the ball! NVho made it? Basketball The biggest event of the intramural sport schedule is house basketball, which Was Won this year after a mad season-long scramble by Delta Chi, who took the four- team championship playoff from Phi Cam- ma Delta, Sigma Chi and SAE. The cham- pions placed two men on the all-star team chosen by participating players, Cen- ter T. I. Case and Guard Jack Clatz. Other outstanding performers selected were Roman DeSanctis, Phi Gam, guard, and Allen Hall, Barbs, and Steve Burns, Phi Delt, forwards. Hall and Burns were the season's top scorers, averaging 23 and 22 points per game, respectively. This year saw a record 382 students playing in the 1950 game season. The Delta' Chi b a s lc e tb a ll champs were, left to right: First row-Coopwood, K., Murray, I., Fenter, D., Cox, D. Second row-Vasey, C., Case, T., Mee- nan, K., Bernstein, M. Third row-Kline, T., Cowan, S., Mc- Nelly, D., Ramsey, 1. -226- my .-.W . -Mt... is SNS E+! H H 1 ' 53 . H 1.5735 55 5 gferg Rfwsw . E3 M' I 53 SW 5515 H B H NWN 5,5515 Y 'him AT' KEN H WH H . A H 5 B is it is n a 1 Q H ls B ' ' ,E E H , . r . ww asm EWUHEESQE w2ml'fa,mumfgl'A EMM News H ms- was V MMM. E mama ' H ' . Q M. . I ' B gr - 1 3, f --Hass - wg-E . B me :E Seam mm as Ewa www Beasts "3 ' E - my Fgams. awww Y. 1:1 . tm , ...mm .... . .,,. was M-, mans .v, an B158 mmmnmn ms is -:- :-:A E -.seam as was ' - H ms SSX agg gft E as iii Th xnw' e ATO champs were: Left to right: Front row-Craiy, B.g Howard, L. ' - ' Tennis Back 1ow Cante1, L.g Canter, I. The tennis trophy for the year went to Alpha Tau Omega, whose winning team consisted of Bill Crary and Jim Canter, singles, and Leo Canter and Lin How- ard in the doubles. ATO beat the Phi Cams for the crown, Sigma Chi and Delta Chi following. There were 121 matches played by the 107 men participating in intramural tennis. .wa sf Q-A .., fiiir gms ,sag 5 , EEQQKCS' Wikia? E The Phi Cams took second place led by Kunde, L and McWeinie, F. Howard and Canter play doubles for ATO Baseball The Sigma Chi baseball champs consisted of: First row-Jennings, T., Wilsoii, C., Watson, I., Breckenridge, D. Second row-Owens, S., Gre- Home run ! -'AKJ FFA gor, I., Brown, B., Powers, B., Keefer, L. Third Ready for the pitch? row-Lenhardt, R., Mountjoy, B., Pretzer, N., Weilieschi, B., Quigley, D. Sigma Chi, strengthened by an abundance of freshman talent, Won the baseball crown by beating the Barbs 7-3 in a championship game. Papago finished third, Cochise was fourth. Marvin Scott, Sig first- sacker, was named captain of the Intramural All-Star team. Other players honored Were Harold Wat- son, Papago, Zbg Bob Mountjoy, Sigma Chi, Sb, Ron Nicely, Barbs, ss, Frank Ganem, Barbs, lf, Bill Armstrong, ATO, cf, Earl Colwell, SAE, rf, Dick McAnally, Cochise, catcher, Gordon Bisher, Papago, and Ed Morago, Cochise, pitchers, Art Boyd, Kappa Sigma, and John Rosenberg, Phi Gam, utility. Scott, Armstrong, and Rosenberg led all hitters, tied with a .625 average. Get ready for that spike! Volleyball, one of the favorite intramural was Won again for the fourth con- year by Phi Gamma Delta. Twen4 teams, composed of 319 men, par- in a total of 82 hotly contested The winning Phi Cams Were: Tolley, Bill Kemmeries, Roger Alison, Johnston, Jim Edwards, and Jim Ollllg. ' Up in the air for the block Volleyball as wa Sm aerrea-was ii 3 ,s Ei gm at ' ss Wnmim agtwgwrgfimgaaa SEM ' wwnfgs wsgygwaas Q' mama-B W 'm an an mass mx ss Front row-C oodson, J., Hurt, S.g Witmeyer, D. Back row-Brown, I., Tollet, B., Yard, C. ami 'Em igmsigr BQ H ii-six is .H M, af KH -E K .ii K E E E Ea if at QE nl as H K H Ewa arm E 2 Wrestling is an is g Championship medals were award ed in seven weight divisions this year. The list of champs from it Q heavy to light includes: Ierry Brown, LDS, Bill Tolley, Phi Cam, George Yard, Sigma Chig john Coodson, Phi Delt, Stanley Hurt, Sigma Nu, Warner Newcomb, Barhs, and Don Witmeyer, Pi Kap- pa Phi. Phi Delta Theta got the most banner points, followed by Phi Gamma Delta, LDS, and the Barbs, tied for second. Golf Dave North of Phi Delta Theta de- feated Don Watson of Delta Chi for the 1950-51 golf crown in the 32-hole medal play tournament. Northis victory made the Phi Delts tops in team points, with Kappa Sigma and Delta Chi in second and third places. Dave North displaying his fine driving form. 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Y W ,few ga: a nm up A : cam, .Q H2 ,ff B5 :H 41: Zfl' nw' Q , Q mf fx, me xfre g Xa ASSOCIA T10 . agixx' W9 being' 6x Yxoseix . 96 Ptmhellenic Council Front row-Ballou, Bergen, Blanc. Second row-Clark, Farrell, Graham. Third row- Gunby, Iacka, Pahick. Fourth row-Roach, Schaler, Thomas. Fifth row - Wallace, Wilmson. Virginia Ballon, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Beverly Bergen, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Patty Blanc, Pi Beta Phi, Beverly Clark, Kappa Alpha Theta, Dee Farrell, Alpha Chi Omega, Pat Graham, Delta Delta Delta, Mildred Gunby, Delta Delta Delta, Secretary, Betty Iacka, Chi Omega, Mike Patrick, Gamma Phi Beta, Pat Roach, Alpha Phi, Vida Schaler, Phi Sigma, Martha Thomas, Pi Beta Phi, Treasurer, Patricia VVallace, Alpha Xi, Gloria Wilmson, Delta Gamma. -23- mf' ,-"""'.4- xiii,- .4-""'-"-5-' .-v-"" 4-"1"-' APACHE INDIAN VVOMAN .f-fd' SORORITIES -235- 4017613 Chi Omega PRESIDENT-WANDA OLSON Alpha Chi Omega . . . Be Kind to Houseboys Week . . . Wanda Olson, pres- ident of the house . . . Rose Marie Rumic and Jan Reese, Spurs . . . Anne Hummel, FST . . . Apple-polishing dinner, when the Profs came to eat . . . Alum "State Dayf, 150 alums from all over state-luncheon at house, fashion show then . . . "Call to Colors" instead of "Mess Call" during rush . . . Alpha Chis won second place for their Top Hat in the Homecoming Parade . . . As a once musical sorority, all the girls were mastering the piano via 2a and 2b fmusicj . . . One hand of bridge only, before 10 o'clock chow . . . The lawn was awarded second prize by the Tucson Carden Club . . . Phi Cams got dinner treat and nightshirt from Alpha Chis for the pajama race . . . Barbara Coede won the archery tournament . . . Ian Pxeese, swimming sports leader . . . Grace Dennerly, dancing sports leader . . . Crace Farrell, Secretary AWS . . . Beverly Buck, Freshman vice-president . . . Christmas Formal held at the house . . . Crippled children come to the house for a St. Patrickis Day party. Two spades Concerto No. 5 Top 'em Left to right: First row-Bramkamp, Brown, Buck, Campbell, Collins, DeCa1np, Dennerly, Denning, Edwards, Farrell, Fulbright. Second row-Goede, Goss, Gray, Hampton, Harbick, Henderson, Heyden, Holmes, Hummel, Hutchison, jenkins. Third row-johnson, Kenworthy, Lane, LeVasseur, MacNee, McDan- l iel, McPhee, Metteer, Meyers, O'Hara. Fourth row-Olson, Pabst, Redacre, Rees. Fifth l'OWiROIUO,bRU1TllC, Scheifele, Shoup. Sixth row-Shufflebarger, Sides, Sinclair, Snook. Seventh row-Spaulding, Steninger, Stewart, Strow- bridge. Eighth row-Vaughn, Weber, Wilson, Zern. CTIVES: joan Brown, Jean Campbell, Rosemary Collins, Grace Dennerly, Kay Denning, Grace Farrell, Nancy Fulbright, Barbara Coede, Pat Goss, Pat Henderson, Martha Holmes, Anne Hummel, Marge Johnson, Janet Kenworthy, Jean MacNee, Wanda Olson, Anne Redacre, Ian Rees, Shirley Romo, Rose Marie Rumic, Kit Scheifele, Barbara Shoup, Pat Shufflebarger, Diane Sides, Betty Sinclair, Shirley Snook, Lois Vaughn, Pat VVeber, Iean Zern. PLEDGES: Nancy Jo Bramkamp, Beverly Kay Buck, Megan Ann DeCamp, Mary Neil Edwards, Jane Sharon Gibbs, Anne Page Gray, Merle Beth Hampton, Sandra Harbiek, Gladys Ivie Heyden, Sally Hutchison, Eda Beth Jenkins, Jackie Lane, Nancy LaVasseur, Dona McDaniel, Carole McPhee, joan Metteer, Mary Louise Meyers, Carol O'Hara, jean Pabst, Ann Spaulding, Louella Steninger, Marjorie Stewart, Nancy Strow- bridge, Cynthia VVilson. V T 1 T l Agbbcz Epsilon Phi PRESIDENT-ROSE ANN MANDEL Alpha Epsilon Phi . . . "Orchids to Youf, Winter Formal, Sid Krahower's orchestra . . . Ruth Rosenberg, Whois VVho, W.A.A. letter, Prexy of Hillel and Panhellenic, pledge trainer . . . Bose Ann Mandel, President of the house . . . Donated money raised from a fashion show to the Tucson Day Nursery . . . Orchesis, Fran Smith and Day Ann Dobry . . . Nancy Newman, Snow Queen of Tau Delta Phi . . . Iackie Turbow swam her way to Mermaids . . . Barefoot Boy with Cheek: costume party . . . Joni Tauber, member of Zeta Phi Eta, Speech honorary . . . Entertained at a Halloween party for the Arizona Children's Home . . . Initiation of pledges February 19 . . . Supper pic- nic at Sabino March 9 . . . Open house for spring pledges March 18 . . . Spring Formal Dance April 14. FH Collegiate? H1 Aba Daba Honeylnoonv Left to right: First row-Bergen, Blaugruncl, Gandiotti, Dobry, Elpem, K , ,.-4 , H Fischman, Fruchtman. Second row-Ginsburg, Katz, Levy, Lichtenstein, Wi ' F Mandel, Newman, Nossek. Third row-Pepper, Raticoff, Rosenberg, Schu- man, Shapiro, Sherman, Smith. Fourth row-Sochat, Tauber, B., Tauber, I. Fifth row-Turbow, Wacknov, Widelitz. ACTIVES: Beverly Bergen, Cluwlotte Bluugrund, Molly Candiotti, Day Ann Dobry, Edith Ginsberg, Sandra F ischman, Harriet F ruchtmun, Ioan Lich- tenstein, Jane Classberg, Kitty Katz, Rose Ann Mandel, Ruth Rosenberg, Fran Smith, Joan Tauber, Ruth Yvidelitz. JLEDCES: Joyce Conney, Rita Ehrlich, Sorky Elpern, Leila Levy, Nancy Newman, janet Pepper, Marcia Raticoff, Rozann Shapiro, Barbara Sherman, Frances Sochat, Bea Rubin, Barbara Tauber, Jackie Turbow, Donna VVacknov. -239- L , L , iii Alisha PM PRESIDENT-CAROL HALLER Alpha Phi . . . the house on East First Street Was transformed into a winter Wonderland for the Christmas formal . . . Carol Haller held the gavel . . . Spurs claimed Mary Lou Hill and Peggy Westgard . . . Alpha Phis gave a skit, "Caramba,,' for a band scholarship benefit . . . Irene Stute directed the Charles- ton number for Mom and Dad's Day . . . Cathy Crane, active in SAI, Univer- sity Players, and Zeta Phi Eta . . . Phi Delt and Kappa Sig house boys gave "tum-aboutv to Mrs. Boyd and the girls . . . Margaret Cannon and Frances McKinney sported their "An sweaters . . . the fire alarm bell conveniently mis- taken for the doorbell-one Way to get your date downstairs . . . Margaret Billings chosen Phi Delt Dream Girl . . . Lael Muehlebach, Desert Queen final- ist . . . Philanthropy Work included aid to the cancer fund and cardiac aid . . . Alice Tramblay, Pi Delta Phi and prexy of the French Club . . . Bobbie Johnston and Arline Bishop became Desert Mermaids . . . Frances Bridges, Alpha Rho Tau . . . Pat Smith chosen for Mademoiselle's College Board . . . Janice Chambers and Jody Shaw danced into Orchesis . . . a goodyear, this '5l. , is Look at the birdies! Is that a joke? The pause that refreshes . . . Left to right: First row-Billings, Bishop, Block, Bopst, Boyer, Bridges, Cham- bers, Clampitt, Cohu, Gordis, Goultard. Second row-Crane, Dale, Dickie, Downey, Elsfelder, Everett, French, Froehde, Gannon, Gunn, Halcrow. Third row-Haller, Hansel, Hartman, Hill, Johnson, B., Johnson, B., Johnston, B., Johnston, P., Kline, Leopold, Love. Fourth row-McDonald, McGlame1'y, Mc- Intosh, McKinney, Muehlebach, Paclen, Page, Polk, Roach, Schwartz, Shaw. Fifth row-Sheehan, Smith, C., Smith, P., Spencer, Stagner. Sixth row-Ste- phenson, Stute, Thomas, Jacqueline, Thomas, Joan. Seventh row--Tremblay, Vaughn, Vest, Victora. Eighth row-Vosskuhler, Wells, Westgarcl, Wishek. Margaret Billings, Arline Bishop, Jane Bopst, Frances Bridges, Marit Cohn, Lois Coultard, Catharine Crane, Geraldine Dickie, Nancy Ever- ett, Margaret Gannon, Carol Haller, Mary Lou Hill, Betty Johnson, Patricia McGlanery, Frances McKinney, Anne Marsh, Dorothy Polk, Patsy Roach, Joanne Shaw, Patricia Smith, Margaret Spencer, Louise Stagner, Anna Stephenson, Irene Stute, Joan Thomas, Alice Tremblay, Kay Vic- tora, Elizabeth Vosskuhler, Peggy VVestgarcl, Barbara VVishek. LEDGES: Ann Block, Barbara Boyer, Janice Chambers, Margaret Clampitt, Raclare Corclis, Donna Dale, Shirley Downey, Janet Elsfelcler, Marcia French, Nancy Froehde, Mary Gunn, Sally Halcrow, Haniette Hansel, Lynn Gay Hartman, Rosalie Johnson, Barbara Johnston, Patricia John- ston, Patricia Kline, Marilyn Leopold, Patti Love, Sally McDonald, Gail McIntosh, Lael Muehlebach, Jacquelyn Page, Ruth Rock, Pat Sheehan, Cleo Smith, Mary Stagner, Jacqueline Thomas, Janyth Vaughn, Mary Frances Vest, Jeanne XVells. -241- Agblwz Xi PRESIDEN T-DIAN E POLLOCK Alpha Xi Delta . . . installed as the Gamma Gamma Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta, March 10 . . . Representatives from U. C. L. A., San Diego State, California and Utah helped to install . . . banquet, speeches, and reception . . . Diane Pollock, pres- ident . . . Jeannine Parrish, Tianne Wallace, Ioan Palmer, Bob- bie Russell, Etta Jean Eisenhart and Dolly Crispino have the officiating positions . . . Anne Hewetson chosen Delta Sig Dream Girl . . . pledges punished with beans and bread and water . . . Vesta Wilhite was the hoarse 'Tm all wet . . . Red Raiders are all Wetv on Homecoming . . . "blondes became redheadsv at the Alpha Xi French Taxi Dance, la cafe de l'amour . . . pledges volunteer services at the Pima County Hospital . . . Jeannine Parrish, Home Ec. Club . . . Virginia Clyde, Anthropology Club . . . Ann Hewetson, Mermaids and Putters . . . Virginia Brooks, Tau Beta Sigma, band honorary. iff L, I,msofull...' it ew Thank you . . . next? -242- K af-Q' Left to right: First row-Ball, Bertoglio, Bridgewater, Brooks, BLu'ke, Cal- lahan, Clyde. Second row-Crispino, Eisenhart, Englehart, Gairaud, Gat- lin, Cross, Hewetson. Third row-Lundquist, Moody, Palmer, Parrish, Pollock, Reinhart, Fourth row-Russell, Stokoe, Wallace. Fifth row- Wawak, Wilhite, Wood. ULLVEU: Pat Ball, Lois Bertoglio, Virginia Clyde, Dolly Crispino, Etta Eisenhart, Gene Englehart, Cathy Gairaucl, Dorothy Cross, Betty Harland, Ioan Palmer, Jeannine Parrish, Darmy Pollock, Anne Reinhart, Bobbie Russell, Frances Stokoe, Patricia Wallace, Janet Wood. LEDGES: Elizabeth Bridgewater, Virginia Brooks, Luanna Burke, Margie Callahan, Sylvia Conelly, Lou Ellen Catlin, Jackie Holub, Ann Hewetson, Phyllis Lundquist, Earlene Moody, Pat Picker, Vesta Wilhite. Cbi Owe cz PRESIDENT-ALICE CONDIT Chi Omega . . . YV. A. A. run from the ChiO house . . . Volley- ball and Hockey Sports Cups found their way to the ChiO house- . . . Maly Hines wo11 the individual swimming cup . . . Carol Moore, W. A. A. presidentg Ioan Scott, W. A. A. vice-president . . . Rita Higgs had feminine lead in "Yellow jacket" . . . Charlie Ford played at the Christmas Formal . . . won the Supremacy and Scholarship Cup for 1950 . . . Lights ublewi' on Halloween . . . exchange student, Nina Kostopoulou, from Trikkala, Greece, was living at the ChiO house this year . . . Anne Johnson and Betty Iacka, FST . . . Alice Condit, Mortar Board, written up in Who's Who . . . Hines' car on the lawn for Homecoming 'cClean up" . . . paper bag unmasking for pledges . . . Anne Johnson, head circulator on the Wilflcczt . . . Jackie DeBolt, Martha Wilson, Peggy Mulcahy and Patty Bidgood, Spurs . . . adopted a family with 13 children . . . Pat Baker was president of Zeta Phi Eta, speech honorary . . . Alice Condit, president of the Chi O's. We won! Yo Ho Hol Once upon a time -244- Left to right: First row-Agee, Alcorn, Austin, Baker, Bidgood, Blanchard, Briggs, Browning, Carnahan, Clark, Clifton. Second row-Condit, DeBolt, Decker, Devine, Dowdy, Downey, Franks, Goodale, Head, Hines, Hunt. Third row-Ingham, Jacka, Johnson, Kamp, Kirnberlin, Lawrason, Lindstrom, Lowe, McLernon, Mantle. Fourth row-Moore, C.g Moore, E., Moran, Morris. Fifth row-Mulcahy, Naffziger, Nelson, Parkin. Sixth row-Perkins, Biggs, Robison, Ryan. Seventh row-Schuler, Scott, Snow, Stover. Eighth row-Strassburger, Yarbrough, Voss, Wells. ACTIVEZSL Egzi13bi3tl1SAlciJr1b Patt Baker, Judy Baclilart, Virginia Bean, Patty Bidgoozl, Ann Browninlgg Jean Clark, Jci Ellen Cliftonic Alice Could: ac 'e e o t, iiea evine, lN ary Kay Dow y, Laura Ann Downey, Mary Hines, Jo Ann Ho s, Margaret Ing iam, Betty Jac a, Anne Jo - son, June Cowell Kimberlin, Mary Kamp, Carol Moore, Evelyn Moore, Margene Morris, Jeanne Parkin, Bonnie Schuler, Joan Scott, Jeanine Snow, Marjorie Strassburger, Audrey Voss, Ruth Mary Wells, Martha Wilson, EvelYarbrough. PLEDGES: Jane Agee, Grace Austin, Joan Blanchard, Janice Briggs, Sharon Carnahan, Margaret Chase, Marilyn Decker, Carolyn Franks, Thelma Cooclale, Marylou Hanson, Gretchen Harline, Dorothy Lou Head, Genevieve Hines, Mary Ann Lawrason, Peggy Lindstrom, Ann Lowe, Bobbie McLernon, Mary Mantle, Joan Moran, Peggy Mulcahy, Nancy Naffziger, Virginia Nelson, Mary Lou Nigg, Rita Riggs, Pat Ryan, Janet Stover. -245- elm Delta Delta PRESIDENT-GIL COSULICH Delta Delta Delta . . . From the terrors at East Sixth to the modern brick model on East Second . . . Teddy Daniel and Ruth Coykendall carried away class honors . . .A AY'VS's Veep, Lora Chapetti . . . Sophomore Spurs, Sue Donahoe, Fran Emer- son and Sue Kenney . . . Greek orphan, Aphrodite has Phi Beta Chapter for foster parents . . . Mortar Board, Marion O. Green . . . F. S. T. boasted Mary Kay Crist and Mildred Gunby . . . Candy Cane Ball for Christmas Formal . . . Finalist for Home- coming Queen, Ioan Manes . . . june Nady "pzu'lez-vousv . . . Gil Cosulich, president of T ri-Delta, was written up in VVh0,s VVho in Colleges in U. S. A .... "Squeaky,', Carol Bliss, held the paddle over the fifty-one pledges . . . First Chapter Day in the new house . . . 'SDown by the SAE's,' . . . Barbara Hamaker chosen Acacia Sweetheart . . . Sue Kenney, Desert Queen, ATO Dream Girl . . . Ruth Johnson Taylor, one of three national finalists for Pi Kap Sweetheart . . . Sargie Jones, Freshman Treasurer. Music too? Minnie who? lust a minute, girls! Left to right: First row-Anderson, Andre, Atwood, Bain, Baxter, Berry, Bliss, Bond, Bowen, Brown, Buchanan, Burger, Chiappetti, Colman, Cooper. Second row-Cosulich, Coykendall, Crist, Daniel, Decker, Derby, Donohoe, Emerson, F., Emerson, M., Endahl, Fawcett, Fees, Fulton, Gardner, Glad. Third row- Graham, Graves, Green, Greene, Greenfield, Gunby, Haase, Helk, Henning, Her- man, Hermann, High, Hodkins, Hough. Fourth row-Howlett, Hughes, Jones, D., Jones, S., Johnson, B., Johnson, R., Jonston, Kenney, Knudson, Laney, Linde- nau, Macaulay, McCauley, Manes. Fifth row-Manson, Minard, March, Mark- ham, Merrill, Mertz, Miller, Mitchell, Moore, Nady, Newton, Nix, Ocker, Peters. Sixth row-Pierson, Pratt, Proctor, Bentz, Bitter, Roberts, Robertson, Schaefer. Seventh row-Siegle, Smith, Stebbings, Styris, Sullivan, Swanson, Swartz, Thomas. Eighth row-Thompson, Tiemroth, Troeger, Schoeler, Webbers, Wil- liams, W1'igl1t, Zollinger. ACTIVES: Jane Anderson, LaRue Andre, Marian Atwood, Mona Berry, Carol Bliss, Abbie Bond, Betsy Bowen, Louise Buchanan, Lora Chiappetti, Betty Colman, Gilberta Cosulich, Ruth Coykendall, Mary Kay Crist, Theodora Daniel, Susan Donohoe, Frances Emerson, Elizabeth Endahl, Nancy Fees, Elvira Glad, Pat Graham, Evon Graves, Marian Ojeda Green, Mildred Gunby, Carolyn Hermann, Lucille High, Ann Hough, Shirley Hughes, Suzanne Kenney, Gretchen Lindeneau, Joan Manes, Marcia Mae March, Mary Ann Merrill, June Nady, Doris Anne Ocker, Pat Peters, Suzanne Praltt, Lorraine Proctor, Joan Siegle, Norma Swanson, Ruth Johnson Taylor, Annalyn Thompson, Charlotte Webber, Jacquine WVeberg, Barbara Zo 'nger. PLEDGES: Joan Ann Bain, Ruth Baxter, Nancy Belcher, Marilyn Brown, Irene Burger, Joby Cooper, Laura Lee Decker, Terry Derby, Mary Emer- son, Carol Fawcett, Cynthia Fulton, Pat Gardner, Karna Greene, Mildred Greenfield, Marie Guerry, Ruth Haase, Barbara Hamker, Dorothy Helk, Shirley Henning, Betty Ann Herman, Barbara Hodlcins, Marilyn Howlett, Barbara Johnson, Connie Johnston, Sargie Jones, Bonnie Knudson, Zelda Laney, Barbara McCauley, Ellen Macaulay, Maureen Markham, Lillian Manson, Rosalie Mertz, Maryanne Minard, Jamille Miller, Beryl Mitchell, Harolyn Moore, Arna Newton, Jane Nix, Patricia Pierson, Carolyn Rentz, Gail Ritter, Shirley Roberts, Martha Robertson, Jill Schaefer, Lolly Smith, Anne Stebbings, Pat Sullivan, Mary Swartz, Karen Tiernroth, Pat Thomas, Mary Joe Troeger, Joanne Von Schoeler, Nancy WVelch, Janice Williams. -247- elm Gamma PRESIDENT-SUKEY CHAMBEBLAIN Delta Gamma . . . Barbara Beck reigned November 18th as Homecoming Queen . . . New addition on the house . . . Four Spurs, Alice Bradley, Ann Mendenhall, Shirley Baumgartner, and Pat Crawford . . . Betty Seay batted her Way to tennis honors for the Dee Gee's . . . joan Adams elected Veep of the Sopho- mores . . . Carri johnson and Alice Bradley Were beautiful finalists for Phi Delt Dream Girl . . . Annual Silver Tea to raise money for the blind . . . Ian Bragg Helfinstine, Mortar Board . . . Nancy Beaman spent the year dashing from the Dee Gee House to SAI meetings . . . Rip roarin' Christmas party at El Rancho del Bio . . . Seven White angels came to the Dee Gee House before Christmas vacation and dined in "ye ol'-fashionedi' English banquet hall . . . Joan VVoodruff, F. S. T., trained the pledges. Is that so? G How pleasant! Bock a-Bye . . . Left to right: First row-Adams, Bargmann, Barker, Baumgartner, Beaman, Beck, Bellert, Bradley, Cam- eron, C., Cameron, S., Carter, Chamberlain. Second row-Chappell, Cory, Councellor, Crawford, Curtis, Donnan, Drew, DuNah, Dunning, Erwin, Evans, Fan- nin. Third row-Forslew, Gaines, Clover, Coeglein, Gray, Gruber, Hammond, Harrison, Hartmann, Hayes, Howes, Johnson. Fourth row-Jordan, Kerfoot, Lah- mann, LaSalle, Lewis, Light, Long, Luke, McCloskey, MacMillan, Macllae, Matz. Fifth row-Maxwell, Mendenhall, Middlebrook, Mills, Moru'oe, Moss, Naeckel, Nelson, Norris, Paulhamus, Pitman. Sixth row-Potter, Price, Robles, Rothschild, Ryan, Scully, Seay. Seventh row-Small, Stasand, Steven, K., Ste- ven, M., Stipeck, Storey, Troth. Eighth row-Wash- burn, F., Washburn, R., Werbrick, Wesch, Wilkins, Wise, Woodruff. Joan Adams, Judith Bargmann, Beverly Barker, Shirley Baumgartner, Nancy Beaman, Barbara Beck, Alice Bradley, Barbara Burt, Carol Cameron, Nancy Carter, Fredericka Chamberlain, Joan Cory, Patricia Crawford, Dianne Curtis, Lucy Donnan, Beverly DuNah, Marcella Ellis, Carol Erwin, Joanne Evans, Ardith Fannin, Joyce Clover, Lois Hammond, Caroline Johnson, Nadean Kerfoot, Nanci Lewis, Audrey Light, Donna MacMillan, Norma Matz, Ellen Maxwell, Ann Mendenhall, Joan Nelson, Evelyn Potter, Nancy Price, Sylvia Robles, Patricia Ryan, Janice Scully, Betty Seay, Patricia Small, Maris Steven, Frances Washburn, Martha Werbrick, Phyllis Wesch, Gloria Wilmsen, Joan Woodruff. LEDGES: Joann Bellert, Shirley Cameron, Jeanne Chappell, Pamela Councellor, Janet Crump, Ann Drew, Ann Dunning, Joanne Evans, Virginia Lee Forsley, Carol Gaines, Joanne Goeglein, Elizabeth Gray, Melodee Gruber, Betti Harrison, Carolyn Hartmann, Paula Hayes, Elizabeth Howes, Allie Beth Jordan, Susan Lahmann, Mary Louise LaSalle, Carolyn Long, Barbara Luke, Nancy MacRae, Ann McCloskey, Ann Middle- brook, Barbara Mills, Marijane Moss, Tecky Monroe, Mary Elizabeth Naeckel, Nanette Norris, Diane Paulhamus, Barbara Perry, Nancy Pit- Euan, Jexgsuie Rothschild, Claire Stasand, Kathleen Steven, Shirley Stipeck, Suzann Storey, Marilyn Troth, Roberta Washburn, Julie Wilkins rances ise. -249- Gamma Phi Bam PRESIDENT--MYRA BAILEY Gamma Phi Beta . . . won "the most beautiful floati' on Home- coming With "Harem Scaremv . . . Spurs Were Betty Ann Crutchfield, Charlotte Abrams, Doris Ann Wire, and the president and treasurer, Pat Downer and Nancy Lea . . . Rose Gimbel was a finalist for Sweetheart of Sigma Chi . . . Georgiana Sykes was elected to Phi Beta Kappa . . . Sarah Sea- bury was finalist for Aggie Queen . . . Myra Bailey, president of the house . . . Gamma Phis were Well represented in the education and business honoraries . . . Jane Edgar Evans and Sue Hunger were FST,s . . . Pat Downer excelled in both swimming and tennis . . . Mt. Lemmon was the "where" in the Gamma Phiis Christmas Party . . . Kathy Haynes and Sarah Seabury, treasurer and president of Mortar Board respec- tively . . . Nancy Ryan and Ioan Patrick were Mermaids . . . fashion show for the Alums . . . Gamma Phi's "Skunk 'Emu Won first place in Homecoming house decorations. Trump it! And he said . . . This is how . . . Left to right: First row-Abrams, Aldin, Allison, An- derson, Armstrong, Ashburn, Bailey, Baker, Baldwin, Barnhisel, Behne, Brandt. Second row-Breton, Brooks, Brown, Butcher, Coggins, Cole, Crutchfield, Curless, Deal, Dennison, Dillas, Dobrott. Third row -Doughty, Downer, Eicks, Evans, Firth, Girnbel, Cridley, Harbison, Hess, Hill, Hilleary, Hopkins. Fourth row-Hunger, Hynes, Kelly, Kendrick, Knerr, Langdon, Lea, McGinnis, Marsh, Marshall, Matte- check, Mellen. Fifth row-Moore, E., Moore, M., Muenzberg, Nitchie, Northrup, Osborne, Pinkerton, - Parrish, Patrick. Sixth row-Portnoff, Puelle, Quig- ley, Raver, Reeves, Refnes, Roberts. Seventh 1'ow- Rohrer, Byan, Schilt, Scott, Seabury, Shupe, Springer. Eighth row-Suimners, Sykes, Towne, VVillia1ns, Wil- son, Wire, Wiser. Charlotte Abrams, Hansinea Aldin, Yvonne Anderson, Myra Bailey, Renee Breton, Orlina Brooks, Barbara Butcher, Marilyn Cole, Betty Ann Crutchfield, Beverly Curless, Katherine Dennison, Joan Doughty, Patricia Ann Downer, Elizabeth Eicks, Jane Evans, Louise Crate, Jean- nette Gridley, Patricia Hess, Patricia Louise Hill, Sharon Ann Hilleary, Louise Hopkins, Sue Hunger, Kathryn Johnston, Joan Kendrick, Carolyn Jane Langdon, Nancy Lea, Sheila Marsh, Margaret Moore, Joan Muenzberg, Patricia Lucille Murphey, Noel Anne Nitchie, Elizabeth Parrish, Joan Patrick, Flonnie Puelle, Janice Refnes, Dorothy Ann Rohrer, Barbara Schilt, Virginia Scott, Sarah Seabury, Reta Shupe, Georgiana Sykes, Gwen VVilson, Doris Ann Wire. PLEDCES: Isabella Allison, Ardell Armstrong, Rosemary Ashburn, Lois Baker, Barbara Baldwin, Sally Barnhisel, Lilo Behne, Janet Brandt, Catherine Brown, Evelyn Coggins, Sydney Deal, Katharine Dillas, Gertrude Dobrott, Jacqueline Firth, Rose Ginibel, Helen Harbison, Sharon Hynes, Edith Kelly, Shirley Knerr, Barbara McGinnis, Nancy Marshall, Molly Mattecheck, Ruth Jo Mellen, Elizabeth Moore, Charlene Northrup, Mary Ellen Osborne, Cherie Pinkerton, Lisa Partnoff, Geraldine Quigley, Janet Raver, Margaret Reeves, Eleanor Roberts, Nancy Ryan, Sally Springer, Amo Summers, Margaret Towne, Manettc Williams, Lavon Wiser. -251- 3 Bef WN sg Kappa A617114 Them PRESIDENTS-PAT O,RIELLY, CANICE GARDNER Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Three beauties as queens . . . Kay Mason, Sigma Nu White Rose Queen . . . Debbie Dunseath, Kappa Sig Dream Girl . . . Anne O'Malley, finalist for Home- coming . . . Pat O,Rielly first semester prexy . . . Canice Card- ner held the gavel second semester . . . Spurs, Mary F ennemore, Toni I-Iarpst, Marg McNabb . . . F. S. T.'s, Bev Clark, Canice . . . and Mortar Board, Mary Blakeslee . . . Received Nationalis efficiency cup as most outstanding chapter of Theta in U. S. and Canada . . . Campus offices . . . Pat O'Rielly, Senior secretary . . . Bev Clark, Iunior secretary . . . Mary Blakeslee, President of A. W. S. .. . . Rated in Wl1o's Who in Colleges of U. S. A. were Pat O,Rielly and Mary Blakeslee . . . Mermaids claimed Charlyn Scott, Mary Jane Keeton, Claire Rawhauser, Mary Fen- nemore, Mariel Tyler, Anne Thompson . . . Christmas party for 20 children from Mission Orphanage . . . Bev Clark president of Orchesis with jean Thomas, Joan Stevens, Lucy McAleer, Martha Shoenhair, Mary Ann Stubbs members. I mfs .ew -252- One or two lumps? As I see it . . . Call for Philip Morris Left to right: First row--Ainsley, Ament, Askey, Ash, Barnes, Basset, Blakeslee, Bitter, Bodeewes, Bullard, Byerly, Chambers. Second row-Clark, Beverly, Clark, Beverly, Clark, H., Clark, N.g Clayton, Clem- ents, Davis, DeMoure, Downs, Dunseath, Elrod, Evans. Third row-Fennemore, Funk, Ganz, Gard- i ner, Gilbert, Bross, Harpst, Hobbs, Hodges, Horton, Hull, Hurley. Fourth row-Ince, Johnson, Keeton, Kemp, Kendall, Kieckhefer, Kilpatrick, Larson, Leahy, Leece, Leininger, Mason. Fifth row-McAleer, Mac- Kay, McNabb, Mitchell, Murray, Muzzarrelli, O'Mal- ley, O'Riel1y, Pacheco, Pendergast. Sixth row-Pine, Price, Rawhouser, Remy, Bockfellovv, Rosenberg, Scott. Seventh row-Sebree, Shafer, Shoenhair, Smith, Stevens, Strehlow, Stubbs. Eighth row-Thomas, Tracy, Tyler, Walton, White, Wimberly, Yeck. Kay Ament, JoAnn Ash, Dorothy Baker, Janet Barnes, Harriet Basset, Barbara Bitter, Mary Blakeslee, Dorothy Bodeewes, Janet Chambers, Bebe Clark, Beverly Clark, Ann Clayton, Virginia Davis, Suzanne DeMoeure, Zanier Downs, Debbie Dunseath, Jane Evans, Mary Fennemore, Ioan Ganz, Canice Gardner, Betty Lou Gilbert, Ellen Gross, Toni Harpst, Kathy Hobbs, Mary Hodges, Alby Horton, Norma Hurley, Virginia Ince, Cissy jewett, Janet Kemp, Gretchen Kieckhefer, Barbara Larson, Ann Leahy, Barbara Leininger, Marge McNabb, Nancy Murray, Mary Muzzarrelli, Ann O'Malley, Pat O'Rielly, Mina Pacheco, Isabel Pendergast, Bonnie Pine, Virginia Remy, Barbara Rosenberg, Sallie Sebree, Sara Shafer, Martha Shoenhair, Ioan Stevens, Sis Strehlow, Mary Ann Stubbs, Mariel Tyler, Nan Walton, Peggy White, Lorraine Yeck. LEDGES: Darion Ainsley, Ruth Askey, Donna Bullard, Denise Byerly, Helen Ann Clark, Nancy Clark, Cynthia Clements, Jean Elrod, Betty Funk, Pat Hull, Marjorie johnson, Mary Jane Keeton, Sallie Kendall, Beverly Kilpatrick, Florence Leece, Kay Mason, Lucy MacAleer, Halene McKay, Carolyn Mitchell, Ann Price, Claire Rawhouser, Iulie Rockfellow, Charlyn Scott, Barbara Ann Smith, Jean Thomas, Susie Tracy, Mary Jo WVimberly. -253- Kappa Kappa Gamma PRESIDENT-BETTY UDELL Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . "I think I can, I think I can, I can, I canv . . . Pat Lawson, Betty Udell, and Sue Walton all were written up in Whois Who . . . Carolyn Parsons chosen the "Sweetheart of Sigma Chif, also a Homecoming finalist . . . Kappa supplied campus officers by the half dozens: Pat Law- son, Secretary of the Associated Students . . . Betty Udell, sec- retary of the Senior Class . . . Donna Flickinger, secretary of Sophomores . . . Mary Shellenberger, t1'6HSl.11'61' of AWS . . . Iody Thompson, Wildcat's business manager . . . Pat Bunton, president of F.S.T ,... Ann Pomeroy won the interschool bad- minton cup and headed the Racquet Club second semester . . . Betty Graham was Putters' prexy . . . Tommy Bennett played at the Kappa Christmas formal and pledges transformed 1435 East Second into a silver and blue dreamhouse . . . Mary Ellen Edmonds, Kappa Alpha's Dream Girl . . . Betty Udell was president . . . pledges worked many hours at the Comstock Hospital . . . Kappas well represented in Mermaids and Racquet Club . . . seven girls in Spurs, F.S.T., and Mortar Board. AV ,7 just for the record Oh, these college grades! Smile! Left to right: First row-Adams, Archer, Avis, Bailey, Ballou, Beiriger, Brad- ford, Briscoe, Bunton, B., Bunton, P., Burrows, Childs. Second row-Conger, Cook, Davis, Edmonds, Elser, Flickenger, Germaine, Graham, Gunn, Hablutzel, Haymore, J., Haymore, P. Third row-Hoffman, Juliani, Keating, Langley, Lanser, Laws, Lawson, Lent, Lillevig, Listeman, Luscher, McCaffrey. Fourth row-McCay, McDuff, Mclnerney, McKinney, Makemson, Merchant, Mertz, Newlin, Parker, E., Parker, P., Parsons, Perry. Fifth row-Pomeroy, Popin, Pot- ter, Pitman, Pyzel, Reeder, Rowe, Sayre, Scharbau, Schulze, Sharpe, Shellen- burger. Sixth row-Sporer, Spiers, Stark, Stanley, Steele. Seventh row-Stunz, Thompson, Tunnicliff, Turnbull, Udell. Eighth row-WValton, Ward, VVilliams, Young, Janie, Young, Jeanne. Nancy Avis, Totsie Adams, Sally Bailey, Virginia Ballon, Jeanne Beiriger, Ann Craig Bond, Mary Lou Briscoe Pat Bunton Louise Clulds Nan Davis Donna Flickenger, Marvelle Germaine, Betty Graham, Jacqui Haymore, Fritzi Horn, Nancy Juliani Terry Keating Mary Loinse Langley Taffy Lanser, Pat Lawson, Barbara Lent, Joan Luscher, Midge McDuff, JoAnn McKinney, Nancy Merchant Patricia Parker Carolyn Parsons Anne Pomeroy, Jeanne Popin, Molly Potter, Ann Sayre, Ann Scharbau, Pat Sharpe, Mary Shellenberger Lvelyn Spiers Prma Stanley Ray Stunz Jody Thompson, Cay Turnbull, Betty Udell, Sue Walton, Liz VVilliams, Jammy Su Ward, Jeanne Young PLEDCES Jane Archer, Polly Bradford, Barbara Bunton, Barbara Burrows, Marjorie Conger, Joan Cook, Mary Ellen Edmonds Natalie Elsel Caro hne Hablutzel Peggy Haymore, Suzanne Hoffman, Suzanne Lawes, Joan Lillevig, Judith Listeman, Patty Makemson Elizabeth Mertz Pat Mc Caffrey Sahra McCay, Joan Mclnemey, Alice Newlin, Elizabeth Parker, Barbara Perry, Ann Pitman, Frederica Pyzel Ann Reeder Ann Rowe, Beth Schulze Anne Sporer, Eunice Stark, Carolyn Steele, Ann Tunninliff, Gloria Wyeth, Janie Young. -255- Pi Beta Phi PRESIDENT-KATHLEEN MCNABB Pi Beta Phi . . . Elena Guinn, Dream Girl of the Pi Kaps . . . jackie McNulty and Kathleen McNabb written up in Whois Who . . . "All-American football girly Lila Heffelfinger made the first touchdown against the A Chi O's to win the first sorority football game . . . Nancy Ekern, Marilynn Sanders, Dionne Moore, Martha Thomas, and Carol Trohan made Spurs . , . F. S. T. Vir jenkins . . . social chairman of Mortar Board, Kathleen McNabb . . . Swimming and Bowling cups added to trophy collection . . . members in the Women's Press Club and Hammer and Coffin . . . Myron Babby, Sigma Chi, elected Pi Phi man at the Christmas formal . . . Virginia Lent, finalist for Sigma Nu White Prose Queen . . . five "A" Club sweaters in the house and members in Mermaids, Orchesis and the Racquet Club . . . Mary Ann Carlisle, the Racquet Club prexy . . . Kathleen McNabb, WAA secretaiy . . . annual barn dance at Mt. Lemmon . . . Marilynn Sanders was finalist for Home- coming Queen . . . Kathleen McNabb and Virginia Ienkins held top office in the Pi Phi house . . . Ginger F ogal, Desert Queen finalist . . . A. S. U. A. publicity chairman, Jackie McNulty. Vw W li Hello . l iisagsgmgig 95?-Ls? E Q For me? lt's in the cards . . . Left to right: First row-Armstrong, Ball, Bartlett, Bayne, Beal, Beck, Beeman, Best, Blanchard, Boyes, Brock, Brooks. Second row --Carlisle, Childress, Corcoran, Coulson, Currie, Elsea, Ekern, Eng- holm, Fletcher, Fogal, Gillespie, Groover. Third row-Haskell, Haymann, Heffelfinger, Hoag, Howsare, Hyde, Jenkins, Keep, Keevan, Kelley, M., Kelley, P., Kinnear. Fourth row-Kulinovich, Lemon, Lent, Lucas, McCracken, McGrath, McNabb, McRae, Mer- cer, Mills, Moore. Fifth Row-O,Brien, Orand, Parker, Paxton, Pollard, Powers. Sixth row-Bice, Roads, Sanders, Sebree, Shelly, Simmons. Seventh row-Smith, Snow, Sporleder, Steinhauer, Storts, Thomas. Eighth row-Tolby, Trohan, Victor, Weste1'gaa1'd, Wight- Wick, Wilson. Betty Baync Beverly Beck, Barbara Beeman, Patti Blanc, Frances Brock, Barbara Brooks, Mary Ann Carlisle Jane Cuiiu, Donni Dibble eannc. Durand Nancy Ekern Katie Mae Elsea, Suzanne Gillespie, Suellen Groover, Joan Haymann, Ann Howsarc Cirolyn Hyde Virginia Fo gal Virginia Jenkins Marge Kelley, Patricia Kelley, Barbara Kinnear, Arra Kulinovich, Alice Leman, Virginia Lent Molly McCracken Kathleen CIN ibb Lili Jean Mercer Dianne Moore, Mary Moore, Peggy Paxton, Mary Helen Powers, Mary Ann Roads, Mlrilyn Sanders Riley Ann Sc bree Cirolyn Simmons Theiesa Smith, Suzanne Sporleder, Martha Thomas, Carol Trohan, Eugenie Steinhauer, Nlonu Vlfcstergaard LEDGES RW Armstrong Larolxn Ball, Ann Bartlett, Mary F ranees Beal, Machrina Best. Joan Blanchard, Marlowe Boyes Susie Childress Trudy Corcoran Mary Margaret Coulson, Joan Engholm, Janet Fletcher, Edna Gillespie, Gail Haskell, Lila I-Ieffelfinger H lrriet Hoag Alice Keep Pat Ixcevan Donnr Lucas Salls McGrath, Nancy McRae, Menla Mills, Pat Murphy, Susan O,B1'l011, Gail Orand, Joyce P irkcr Birbarr Poll ard Jrnet Rice Jaequelyn Shells Alml Snow, Martha Storts, Ann Tolhy, Barbara Victor, Sally VVi1son, Janet YVightwick. -257- I I Phz Szgma P RE SIDE NT-M IRIANI PO LIAKOFF The second year for the Phi Sigmas brought a real sense of achievement in many field . . . Hillel cup for outstanding Work in Hillel . . . two dozen sock dolls for the Cerebral Palsy Home . . . Work at the Arizona Children's Home . . . lots of fun, too! . . . Exchange with the Tau Delta Phis, and Italian spa- ghetti and pizza cooked by the Phi Sig housemother, Mrs. Pezzullo fAunt Maryj. . . Nancy Lavine's 5:00 A.M. radio show . . . Mr. Yum Yum, Paul Levy, Tau Delt, chosen at the first anniversmy formal . . . first Homecoming float . . . "Cook -. u 1- ss .,. Q H Their Cooseu . . . and in honors, Nancy Lavine, Alpha Epsi- lon Rho . . . Esther Kaplan, member at large in Hillel . . . Phi Sigma,s "Oscullations of the Nation" in the Varsity Show . . . Miriam Poliakoff held the gavel . . . chosen as Hillelis corresponding secretary, Charlene Paul . . . luncheon in honor of the executive secretary of Phi Sigma Sigma, Mrs. C. NVein- stein . . .pledge president, Marilyn Kline . . . outstanding pledges, Nancy Lavine, Charlene Paul . . . a full year for the Phi Sigmas of 1104 E, Helen. " . . . meeting come to order!" "Three trump outv Pledge Class Left to right: First row-Cohen, F edder, Howard, Kaplan, Kosta. Second row-Kline, Lavine, Meyer, Miller, Poliakoff. Third row-Schaler, VVirtschafter. ACTIVES: Marilyn Fedder, Beverly Howard, Esther Kaplan, Audrey Meyer, Judith Miller, Miriam Poliakoff, Vida Schaler PLEDGES: Frances Cohen, Marilyn Kline, Nancy Lavine, Cecile Wirtschafter. ' 4 -259 - bmteres PRESIDENT-MYRA KOPLIN Phrateres, a service organization for town girls . . . party given for children at Arizona Children's Home . . . project of the year was Cerebral Palsy Foundation . . . bought a pair of walking skis for the foundation . . . Christmas party and Easter egg hunt for Yaqui Indian children . . . also at Christmas-SnoW- ball King chosen . . . Margaret Marsh' and Sue Zimmerman earned straight one averages . . . Judy Richerson, vice-pres- ident of A. VV. S .... group helped on Campus Chest and Red Cross drives. It is so nice . . . Youire crowned! Now, girls! -260- Left to right: First row-Aros, M. A., Aros, M. L., Bang, Barber, Beeghley, Ber- man, Belhner, Blecher, Boebinger, Buckeye, Buckingham, Bullock. Second row- Bustarnente, Carlson, Chapel, Condit, Darlington, Daum, Davis, Deving, Dick, Eisenman, Ehrlich, Glad. Third row-Gray, Greenfield, Hicks, Holaway, Hop- kins, Huck, Kaacs, Katz, Kennedy, Kneip, Koplin, Kosta, M. Fourth row- Kosta, S., Levy, Lindstrom, Liebel, Loftfield, Marsh, Martin, McCormick, Milby, Miller, Mills, Molina. Fifth row-Olson, Oxnam, Padilla, Palser, Prusha, J., Prusha, L., Pollard, Richerson. Sixth row-Robredo, Rourke, Sabala, Schneider, Sharp. Seventh row-Smith, Smoot, Solot, Stowell, Sullivan. Eighth row-Sulli- van, Tracy, Vos, A., Vos, M., Wilcox. ACTIVES: Mary Alice Aros, Mary Louise Aros, Marie Bang, Alice Boebinger, Margery Buckingham, Charlene Carlson, Janice Darlington, Mary Kay Dawdy, Loretta Greenfield, Sally Hicks, Helen Jean Hoffman, Betty I-Ioloway Brown, Ginger Jackson, Ellen Kennedy, Jacque Kneip, Myra Kop- lin, Pat Liebel, Patricia Loftfielcl, Alice McCluskey, Fay McCormick, Cathie Bills Forsythe, Peggy Mulcahy, Margot Padilla, Janet Palser, Joy Prusha, Judy Richerson, Marilyn Schneider, Ruth Jean Solot, Zena Sullivan, Betty Tracy, Virginia Vasali, Anita Vos, Marlene Vos, Ellen Weirich. PLEDGES: Phyllis Barber, Anita Barker, Eleanor Beeghley, Bernice Bellnler, Phyllis Berman, Rusty Blecher, Geraldine Bootrnan, Eunice Buckeye, Jeannette Bullock, Alva Bustamente, Jean Chapel, Peggy Daum, Nancy Davis, Barbara Dering, Eileen Dick, Jewel Eisenman, Elberta Glad, Bar- bara Gray, Maxy Jean Huck, Pat Kennedy, Debbie Levy, Joyce Lindstrom, Ruth McCurnin, Margaret Marsh, Carolyn Milby, Marian Miller, Mari- anne Olson, Janet Oxnam, Lee Pollard, Lois Prusha, Virginia Raisch, Julia Rourke, Virginia Sabala, Aileen Schell, Dorothy Sharp, Carolyn Smith, Betty Smoot, Charlotte Sullivan, Jean Stowell, Ann Wilcox, Margaret Woodruff, Barbara Sue Zimmerman. -261- K 5 ., W Y , ,.,-, cv y2,:..'-ga. - 5 BUl?1'eSld'ellt I ateiffmteifnit ozmcil Amster, Harry, Buchanan, Bob, Blakely, Bob, Burns, Marv, Ciochetti, Tom, Dalton, Joe, DeSanctis, Roman, Evjen, Harold, Firth, Dick, Gallagher, Fred, Gregory, Fred, Halloran, Joe, Harnbacher, Jim, Hayes, Jack, Hood, Tom, Hunt, Sanclel, Jeffries, Boyd, John, Bill, Keddie, Douglas, Kramer, Hugh, Lazarus, Frank, Lewis, Bob, Lovett, Vernor, Mitchell, Anis, McDuff, Jack, Over, Bill, Pottenger, Jim, Rosen, Harry, Sargent, Fred, Schmidt, Ed, Sorter, Robert, Steinheimer, Dave, Thompson, Ted, Tolley, Jim, Werbelow, Jud, Wofford, Walter. MEMBERS OF THE INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL Ainster, Hariy, Sigma Nu, Buchanan, Bob, Phi Delta Theta, Blakely, Bob, Alpha Tau Omega, Burns, Marv, Zeta Beta Tau, Cio- chetti, Tom, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Dalton, Joe, Theta Chi, DeSanctis, Roman, Phi Gamma Delta, Dumont, Jack, Pi Kappa Alpha, Evjen, Harold, Delta Chi, Firth, Dick, Pi Kappa Alpha, Flood, Bod, Phi Kappa Psi, Gallagher, Fred, Phi Kappa Kappa, Gregory, Fred, Sigma Nu, Halloran, Joe, Lambda Chi Alpha, Hambacher, Jim, Kappa Phi, Hayes, Jack, Alpha Tau Omega, Hood, Tom, Phi Kappa Psi, Hunt, Sandel, Acacia, Jeffries, Boyd, Beta Club, John, Bill, Phi Kappa Kappa, Keddie, Douglas, Kappa Sigma, Kramer, Hugh, Delta Sigma Phi, Lazarus, Frank, Tau Delta Phi, Lewis, Bob, Theta Chi, Lovett, Vernor, Kappa Sigma, Mitchell, Anis, Delta Chi, McDuff, Jack, Sigma Chi, Over, Bill, Sigma Chi, Pottenger, Jim, Kappa Phi, Baines, F ran- cis, Beta Club, Rosen, Harry, Delta Sigma Phi, Sargent, Fred, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Schmidt, Ed, Kappa Alpha, Shafton, Bob, Zeta Beta Tau, Sorter, Robert, Acacia, Steinheimer, Dave, Kappa Alpha, Thompson, Ted, Phi Delta Theta, Tolley, Jim, Phi Gamma Delta, Werbelow, Jud, Tau Delta Phi, Wofford, Walter, Lambda Chi Alpha. -262- LOCCING FRA TER I TIES maid PRESIDENT-SANDEL HUNT The chapter went national this year and leased a new house . . . always in the upper half of the social organizations scho- lastically . . . held its Sweetheart Dance last December . . . boys worked hard for the Varsity show . . . house held open house on Mom and Dad's Day . . . decorated a float for Home- coming . . . Sandel Hunt is the I.F.C. representative and a member of Chain Gang . . . James Warkomski was in Sophos . . . Dick Ackley was in the band honorary . . . John Frank was Scabbard and Blade as was Baarent Biesemeyer . . . quite a few of the boys were on the Pershing Rifles team. -264- Calling all girls . . . Hmm, I don't know "In the evenin, . . f' Left to right: First row-Anderson, Bieseineyer, Dodd, Frank, Gardner. Second row-Hunt, Hussey, Morgan, Rogers, Robinette. Third row+Secl1rist, Sortor, Stapp, Warkomski. Fourth row-Williams, F rank. ACTIVES: Baarent L. Biesemeyer, John C. Frank, Winfield C. Frank, john E. Gardner, E. Sandel Hunt, Peter A. Hussey Glen C. Robinette, Robert O. Sortor, James N. Warkomski, Donald C. Williams. PLEDGES: VV. Dickinson Ackley, Robert I. Anderson, Warner I. Dodd, Ir., Claude H. Jones, Ir., Norman L. Morgan, Jr., David B. Rogers, Carl S. Scchrist, Richard G. Stapp. -265.. Aggie House PRESIDENT-JOHN LEE The university,s Dairy Judging team all came from the house . . . john Lee is president, and Neal Brittain and Ted Hazen are in the Aggie Club . . . many of the house members took part in the University Rodeo . . . Ted Hazen, Ralph Narra- more, were on the University's Rodeo team, participating at the Cow Palace in San Francisco last March . . . Louis Bohn and John Colvin were members of Chain Gang . . . Pete Se- gulia was on the All-Star Basketball team . . . the house partici- pated in all intramural events . . . Jim Chastain, Stan Shannon, and Dave Harris were in Alpha Zeta, the agriculture honorary. Hifgfi t'r,i, ,g'i.a5a,e52 i Model Cowboys Rope 'em I Chow Western Style -266- Left to right: First row-Acosta, Austin, Bakerich, Barney, Berry, Bohn, Blair, Brittain. Second row-Chastain, Colvin, Evans, Harris, Hazen, lep- son, Lamar, Lamrney. Third row-Lee, Lillie, Lorance, G., Lorance, I., McCall, McFarland, Narrarnore, Nelson. Fourth row-Norman, Palmer, Roberts, Segulja. Fifth row-Shown, Van Cleve, VVuertz. ACTIVES: V. I. Acosta, Clint Allen, Al Austin, Dick Barney, Pat Berry, Neil Brittain, Louie Bohn, Berl Byrd, jim Chastain Iohn Colvin, Dave Harris, Ted Hazen, Hedger Lamar, Ed Lillie, John Lee, Joe Lorance, Bill McCall, Jim McFarland Roy Nelson, Walt Roberts, Pete Segulja, Frank Shown. ' I PLEDCES: Steve Bakerich, Joe Blair, Homer Byrd, Vic Evans, Neil Lammey, Gene Lorance, Ralph Narramore, Dalton Nor- man, Ray Palmer, Milvin Shillings. -267- I Q Agbhcz Tau Omega PHESIDENTS-BUD BLAKELY, HAL ADAMSON Bill Crary Won the Southwestern Singles in tennis . . . Bill Finger Was president of Bobcats and the I. F. C .... Christmas formal was early in December . . . Hal Adamson was a mem- ber of Scabbard and Blade . . . the famed Boondockefs Brawl was held during the second semester . . . the tennis team, C011- sisting of L. and F. Canter, Crary and Howard, won the intra- murals for the house . . . Iack Bodeewes and Fred Johnson were elected to the advertising honorary, Alpha Delta Sigma . . . group had a series of buffet dinners and exchanges throughout the year . . . F ounderis Day banquet Was at the American Legion Hall . . . boys entered all the intramural activities . . . Frank Guthrie was president of Chain Gang . . . Larry Confer and Dick Bykken were in Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Serenades were held for those pinned during the year . . . Vern Myers was in Delta Sigma Rho. Q. Eiee R K Jgrwtfi V ,WV It's not funny! My point . . . Service with a smile . . Left to right: First row-Adamson, Anders, Anderson, Armstrong, Baunehr, Barber, Bidlake, Blakely, Blucher, Bodeewes. Second row-Buck, Byerly, Byrd, Confer, Corley, Crary, Cubley, Eisenman, Estes, Finger. Third row-Franz, Ganter, Gifford, Guthrie, Hall, I'I2l1'1'lS, Hatch, Hawkes, Hayes, Howard. Fourth row-james, Johnson, Kern, Marsh, Myers, Pettit, Pruuer. Fifth row-Bead, Robertson, Rykken, Snook. Sixth row-Stevens, Utke, Waldburger. Seventh row-Washington, VVilliams, Wood. Hal Adamson, Bill Anders, Bill Armstrong, Dick Bannehr, Art Barber, Warren Blakely, Art Blucher, jack Bodeewes, Roy Brewer, Doug Buck, Colyn Byerly, Don Confer, Bob Cubley, Carl Estes, Bill Finger, Iirn Gifford, Frank Guthrie, Al Hall, Ben Hawkes, Jack Hayes, Cecil James, Fred Iohnson, Vern Myers, Ronnie McLean, Dick Pettit, Jim Read, Dick Rykken, Joe Stevens, Harry Talmage, Al Tomlinson, Ronnie Utke, Bob Wfaldburger, Dick Washington, Pat White, Jay Weiland. PLEDGES: Ben Anderson, Dick Bidlake, Walt Byrd, Hank Carleson, jay Corley, Bill Crary, LaMar Eisenrnan, Bob Franz, Iim Canter, Leo Canter Lavem Harris, Don Hatch, Lin Howard, John Kern, Cody Marsh, Orin Pruner, Phil Robertson, Fred Snook, Jim Stevenson, Bill Williams, Toni Wood. -269- Betvz Them Pi PRESIDENTS-JACK PATTERSON, BOYD JEFFERIES Still a colony . . . had a float in the Homecoming parade . . . kept in contact with rest of chapters in VVest . . . parties at members' homes with alums . . . Miami Triad Dance held in latter part of year . . . group participated in volleyball, box- ing, and swimming . . . Boyd Jefferies on I .F. C .... looked forward to getting a house. . af A Off to California Got a date? Does she have a fuend? -270- Left to right: First row-Bell, Blow, Cowan, Gadd, Greene. Sec- ond 1'ow--Fairbanks, Harris, Hoover, Ieffries, Jones. Third row -Jordan, Lansing, Lawson. Fourth row-Murphy, Simmons, Slattely. ACTIVES: France Raine, Iolm Paul Jones, Boyd Jefferies, Sam Gacld, Pete Hoover, Jack Patterson, Art Driemyer. PLEDCES: Lou Bell, Phil Lawson, Harrison Fairbanks, Paul Simmons, John Gray, Bill Greene, Dave Cowan, Frank Jordan Fred Harris, Tim Slattery, Bob Dengler, Bryan Blow. I -271- elm Chi PRESIDENTS-HAROLD EVIEN, BOB KAAPKE The house has been an active national fraternity on this campus for twenty-five years . . . Alan Stanton was on the varsity basketball team . . . the Annual Barn Dance was held in March . . . Chet Vasey was a member of Bobcats and W'ho,s Who . . . there was an exchange dinner with Gamma Phi Beta in Novem- ber, at which Governor Howard Pyle was the honored guest . . . Delta Chis held informal dances after all the football games . . . Hal Evien Was a member of Scabbard and Blade and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa . . . the house Won the Fall swim- ming, helped a great deal by Jim and Doug McPherson . . . boys went Arabian in costume at the annual Arabian Nights Dance . . . Oscar Carrillo, Ian Lowery, and jim Cuendelsberger were basic parts of the varsity football team . . . a trophy was given to the house for intramural basketball . . . charm brace- lets as favors were given to the girls at the Christmas Formal . . . the founders of Delta Chi were honorezl at the Home- coming Founder's Day dinner. Welcome . . . 5 Really? Nice shot! Left to right: First row-Anderson, Allred, Arnold, Bernstein, Birmingham, Case, Cella, Christman, Corder, Cowan, Cox. Sec- ond row-Daniels, Dinkmeyer, Estes, Evjen, Fender, Floss, Ceorgelos, Crard, Hart, Hawkins, Hazeltine. Third row-Hitch- cock, Hormann, jackson, Iantzen, jones, Kain, Kline, Kilcullen, Lance, Lutich, McClain. Fourth row-McNelly, McPherson, D., McPherson, I., Macey, Massey, Mitchell, Monier, J., Monier, P., Osborn, Palmer, Pellicci. Fifth row-Peterson, Puelle, Pulido, C., Pulido, M. Sixth row-Ramsey, Rees, Richtars, Shelton. Seventh row-Simley, St. Iohn, Stanton, Stille. Eighth row- Thompson, Tucker, Vasey, Watson. Ray Anderson, Jim Birmingham, T. I. Case, Pete Cella, Lee Christman, Ken Coopwood, Don Daniels, Bill Dinkmeyer, Ted Dunsmore, Hal Evjen, Ed Fender, Al Floss, Jim Girard, John Hazeltine, Larry Henderson, Clay Hitchcock, Joe jackson, Bob Iantzen, Bob Kaapke, Bill Kilcul- len, Ted Kline, Drew Lance, Joe Lewis, Bill Lutich, Keith McClain, Don McClure, Bill McKinney, Dave McNel1y, Dough McPherson, Jim Mc- Pherson, Keith Meenan, Anis Mitchell, john Monier, Jim Mooney, Ted Nelson, Bob Olssen, Jack Osborne, Allen Palmer, Bill Puelle, Charlie Pulido, Mickey Pulido, Harry Ransom, Paul Rees, Dave Riese, Jim Simley, Allen Stanton, John Stille, VValter St. John, Bill Brown, Oscar Carrillo, Claude Hall, Bob Holmes, Bill Oatis, Wayne Corder, Chet Vasey. LEDGES: John Allred, Lowell Arnold, Mickey Bernstein, Sam Cowan, Dennis Cox, Don Estes, Bill Georgelos, Tom Hart, Larry Hawkins, Vaughn Hormann, Don Jones, Sid Kain, Bruce Macey, Bill Mattinson, Wayne Massey, Dave Medley, Phil Monier, John Murray, John Peterson, John Ramsey, John Richters, Ned Thompson, Sterling Tucker, Don Watson, Jack Glatz, john Shelton, VVayne Tuttle. -273- .af Delta Szgmvz Plaz PBESIDENTS-HARRY BOSEN, HUGH CRAMMER A banner year . . . entertained Tempe chapter at dinner in November . . . Harry Rosen served on Bobcats . . . Dick Ebert and Loren lrV0od were on Chain Gang . . . Loren Wood was Drum Major . . . Christmas Formal at Sahuaro Vista . . . Ann Hewetson chosen as sweetheart . . . Charles VVhite and Bill Bunce on Scabbard and Blade . . . Paul Maca and Iack MCC-rael were Sophos . . . Delta Sig host to Chris Karamiclios of Trikkala, Greece . . . Jack McCrael on Sophomore Council . . . Mark Delay made the basketball team . . . Tom Rise was out for track . . . Delta Sig high in scholarship. f-41 f ...wr Feel that muscle The domestic type What cha lookmg at? ??? Left to right: First row-Badger, Barnes, Beazley, Boyer, Bozik, Brintnall, Bunce, Coffey, Compton. Second row-Cotton, Ebert, F arthing, Florian, F reras, Hall, 'Harris, Hockings, Jim, Hockings, John. Third row-Holman, Hunt, Kramer, McCrael, Maca, Ma- loy, Milligan, Minkley, Nietert. Fourth row-Patterson, Pina, 3 Poling, Powell, Rise, Rosen, White. Fifth row-Wood, Yasi, Zengl. ACTIVES: Bill Bunce, Glen Freres, Harold Hunt, Paul Maca, Jack McGrael, Loren Wood, Robert Barnes, Warren Cotton, john Hockings, Jim Hockings, jerry Coffey, Richard Ebert, Kenneth Florian, Ted Hall, Hugh Kramer, Floyd Nietert, Ed Powell, Harry Rosen, Charles White, Carl Yasi, Thomas Zengl. PLEDGES: Richard Badger, Herbert Beazley, Jack Bozik, Hurley Compton, Dud F arthing, Richard Harris, Warren Milligan, CL R. Patterson, VValton Poling, Iere Boyer, james Brintnall, Gene Holman, Owen Maloy, Jan Minkler, Mario Pina, T omas Rise. -275 - w gg HX Jw Kappa AQ9bpz PRESIDENT-DAVID STEINHEIMER Kappa Alpha . . . The group moved to its new house on East Speedway this year . . . Dave Steinheimer was in charge of the Homecoming parade . . . several house dances during the year . . . Tom Stanish, Ed Schmidt, and lim Booth were in Chain Gang . . . house was in the upper half of the organizations in scholarship . . . the annual Christmas formal was held at the Arizona Inn . . . Ed Schmidt was on the Traditions Committee . . . Dave Steinheimer was president of Tau Beta Pi. W t. ,HG X at :E ' WWE mg V asf gig gag :Wy i 1 Whafs new? 5 Fore! a m E W M E E Hmmm, good S H Z- -276-- Left to right: First row-Bagos, Cleviuger, Cranford, Crow, Isbell, Kurz, Lamb. Second row-McGill, Mc- Junkin, McMaster, Martin, Price, Ragle, Schmidt. Third row-Shanahan, Stanish, Steinheinier, Steel Traficanti, Trainer, Trittipo. Fourth row-Warren VVeach. Fifth row-Williams, Wood. 7 3 ACTIVES: Jack Bagos, Jim Bustrin, George Cavanaugh, Tom Clevinger, George Crow, Jim Isbell, John Kurz, Jim Martin, Jim McJunkin, Lloyd McMaster, Bob Park, Art Price, Dick Ragle, Ed Schmidt, Dan Shanahan, Tom Stanisli, George Steele, Dave Steinheimer, Dave Tregeanowan, Herb Waesch, Jim Warren, Bill Wood. PLEDGES: Jim Booth, Don Cranford, Otis Hutchinson, Warren Lamb, XVdlt McGill, Bill Ouellette, Jack Reynolds, Al Trafi- cante, Bob Trainer, Hary Trittipo, Jim Williams. --2'77- I Kappa Szgmcz PRESIDENTS-VERNOR LOVETT, JACK LUCAS Mike Pistor was in Chain Gang . . . Kappa Sig bought a new house on East Speedway and everyone was proud of it . . . Bob Anderson was on the football team . . . the Bowery dance held in the fall . . . the boys had lots of exchanges . . . Brad Tolson was in Blue Key . . . Donarski, Martin, Lillywhite, and Anderson were on the football team . . . house placed second in intramural golf . . . there was a Founderis Day banquet in December . . . Paul Palmer was on the baseball team . . . Ken F lickinger and Stan Grimes were members of Sophos . . . Ralph Kitchens was a member of the track team. What did you say? Kappa Sigma Dream Girl . . . -2"I8- Going some place? Left to right: First row-Anderson, Bowen, Boyd, Broadway, Burley, Cleminson, Corbett, Corrigan, Darnail, Darnall, Davis. Second row-Fannin, Flickinger, Fowler, Frauenfelder, Crimes, Hague, Hardt, Henkel, Jackson, Johanson, Iudson. Third row- juliani, Korver, Laney, Large, Lawrence, Lawson, Lovett, Lucas, McCreary, Mora. Fourth row-Morris, Negri, Palmer, Pistor. Fifth row-Pottinger, Powell, Pulliam, Rinkenberger. Sixth row -Roberts, Ruterrnan, Salyer, Schaffer. Seventh row-Schwake, Smith, Snyder, Streets. Eighth row-Sykes, Tolson, Udall, Wickham. ACTIVES: Keith Benton, Art Boyd, Richard Bowen, Dick Corrigan, Ned Darnall, Jerry Dodson, Ted Fowler, Ken Flickinger, Herman Frauenfelder, Stan Grimes, Fred Hague, Bill Hardt, John Henkel, Keith Jackson, Bob Judson, Doug Keddie, Nils Johansson, Bob Large ,Don Lawrence, Tom Lawson, Vemor Lovett, Jack Lucas, Gene Morris, Cliff Myrick, John Mora, Ken Miles, Paul Palmer, Mike Pistor, Earl Pottinger, Ernie Ruter- man, Charles Smith, Buddy Streets, Brad Tolson, Tom Tudor, Ierry Wickham. PLEDGES: Ted Anderson, Tom Broadway, Tom Cleminson, Iolm Corbett, Homer Darnall, Ed Davis, Tom Fannin, Lloyd Ienney, Jerry Iuliani, Dewayne Korver, Lynn Laney, Bob McCreary, Ozzie Myers, Al Negri, Marty Powell, Jack Rinkenberger, Scott Schaeffer, Torn Salyer, Bill Sny- der, I. B. Sutton, Buddy Sykes, Bill Wolfe, Bill Schwake, Moggie Pulliam, Bob Bell, Tom Vlfilmouth, John Richards, jim Hathaway, Dick VVl1eeler, Jim Donarski, Bob Anderson, Carlos Lillywhite, Fred Martin. - 279 -- Lambdvz Chi Agbhvz PBESIDENTS-JOE HALLORAN, IERRY LAWYER This year many of the boys got pinned . . . the Crescent formal was held last December . . . house got out a nice float for Homecoming, followed by a dinner at the house for alumni . . . the house Was refurbished with new paint . . . "Boots,,' the canine mascot, could always be found near the house,-looking . . . most of the chapter Went to Colorado for a convention in April . . . open house after all football games . . . "White Rosen formal was held on April 9 . . . Apache dance was in October, based on a Parisian theme . . . nine were initiated in February . . . "Come as you are" party ushered in 1951. W H Wa err gum was Salt please . The thing? Now over here -280- Left to right: First row-Antz, Argento, Blaisdell, Bondy, Bur- henn, Candiano, Crandall, Draeger. Second row-Faulkner, Halloran, Jones, Jordan, Knight, Lawyer, Lazovich, Lemons. Third row-Metzger, Murray, North, Powers, Redfield, Sidel, Simpson, Snyder. F oiu'th row-Sprott, Vermilyea, VVhite. Fifth row-Williams, VVOff0I'd, Zismann. ACTIVES Vince Argento, Nick Bondy, Jerry Clark, Glen Crandall, Wally Draeger, Iim Garrison Joe Hallorfin Walt Jiegcr L'1rry Jordan Chuck Knight, Jerry Lawyer, Van Lemons, Sam Metzger, Dave Murray, Len Snyder Walt Wofforcl C'u'vel Wolfe kenny Zismann. PLEDGES Mit Antz, Harry Blaisdell, Bob Burhenn, Chuck Candiano, Bob Faulkner, Bob jones Dus in Lazovich Don Powers Phil Sidel Al Simpson, Dean Sprott, John Vermilyea, Bob White, Don Willianis. -281- Lambafa Delta Szlgma PRESIDENTS-KATHERINE KENNER, BEVAN BLAKE The Institute held its opening picnic at Sabino Canyon . . . Robert Biggs received the Baird scholarship . . . Cecil Willis and Mark Kartschner were members of Alpha Zeta, agriculture honorary . . . the men's formal was held in November . . . Janis Weech, Lynette McRae, and Lora Gene Clawson were awarded honors in the college of Home Economics . . . the group maintained its high scholastic average . . . the girls of LDS held their formal in December . . . Bevan Blake received honors in the college of Education. Studying hard? Donit hit your foot! Where did you catch them? M.. Ya, -V 1 -282- Left to right: First row-Albertson, Beecroft, Benner, Bingham, Bryce, D., Bryce, W., Bullock, Clawson, Carden, Holladay, Hundley. Second row-Kenner, Lara, McRae, D., McRae, L., Rogers, Smith, Swaim, Treat, Weech. Third row-Backstein, Barney, Blake, Brimhall, Brown, J., Brown, H. Fourth 1'OW-EdlIlg- ton, Greer, Hamblin, Higbee. Fifth row-Huebner, Kartchner, Mark, Kartchner, Max, McRae. Sixth row -Nelson, Palmer, Patterson, Reich. Seventh row- Riggs, Rogers, Skousen, Stratton. Eighth row-Treat, Varnell, Willis, C., Willis, L. ACTIVES: Worth Bellamy, Bevan Blake, VVillis Brimhall, Eldon Clawson, Everet Edington, Milton Greer, Jim Hess, Marshall Heubncr, Gene Higbee, Gale Holladay, Mark Kratchner, Max Kratchner, Keith Nelson, Earl Palmer, Rob Patterson, Paul Reich, Bob Riggs, Keith Rogers, Charles Treat Tom Varnell, Cecil Willis. PLEDCES: Wayne Barney, Bob Beckstein, Jerry Brown, Richard Brown, Bob Butler, Parley Hamblin, Spencer Holladay, Don McRae, Bill Skousen Lee Stratton, LeRoy VVillis. ACTIVlEIS: .Willadean Bryce, Shirley Bullock, Lora Clawson, Luana Clawson, Colleen Fuller, Beth Holladay, Laree Hundley, Katherine Kenner, Ven- ice Lmclsay, Dona McRae, Lynette McRae, JoAnn Rogers, Dixie Smith, Carol Swaim, Lariene Treat, Janis Weech. PLEDGES: Barbara Albertson, Maurine Beacraft, Barbara Benner, Arlene Bingham, Diane Bryce, Marie Gardner, Diane Lara. ,283.- 3 9 Phi Delta Them PRESIDENTS-TED THOMPSON, BILL ALBEBTS At the Christmas formal held at Rancho Nezhone, Margaret Billings, Alpha Phi, was chosen as the Phi Delt Dream Girl . . . Rusty Rumney was first in the cross country race . . . Kurt Storch was elected the Sophomore Class president . . . Beautiful new furniture was added to the house for the dining and living room . . . jim Tidwell was really the most ugly man, so he won an ethical victory . . . Ted Thompson, past prexy of the house, was contestant for "most eligible bachelori' . . . Iim Holmes was head of the campus Red Cross drive and a member of Alpha Kappa Psi . . . everyone was well pleased with the Pirate party . . . much of the house was repainted . . . Home- coming Was tops-the house won the awards for the house decoration through the efforts of Tuck Williams and the award for the float designed by John Goss. -284- Hey, Suzie! Home brew Steady, boy! Left to right: First row -- Abrams, Alberts, Barker, Bilby, Birtcher, Buchanan, R., Buchanan, J., Burch, Burns, Cardella, Damon, Escher. Second row--Finch, D., Finch, P., Fretz, Gand- ert, Gemmell, Goodson, Goss, Grady, Green, Groninger, Ham, Hill. Third row-Holmes, Hohnston, Kennelly, Jeff, Lahmann, Leenhouts, J., Leenhouts, T., McDowell, McNulty, MansLu', Meador, Moecher. Foiuth row-Moore, North, Ober, O'Meara, Parker, Pearson. Fifth row: Perry, Regester, Robbins, Rudolph, Rumney. Sixth row-Scheier, Schvvorer, Stewart, Stivers, Storch. Seventh row-Stratton, Thompson, Tidvvell, Van Benschoten, Ward. Eighth row-Whisenant, Wilhelmy, Wittman, Wood, W1'ight. Skip Abrams, Bill Alberts, Al Barker, Dick Bilby, Bob Buchanan, Jerry Buchanan, Dean Burch, Steve Burns, Knox Culley, Lee Escher, Dan Finch, Harry Geyer, John Goodson, John Goss, Buster Grady, George Ham, George Hill, Jim Holmes, Charlie Johnston, Jeff LaDomus, Jim Leenhouis, Tom Leenhouts, Dave Mansur, Bill McDowell, Bruce McCauley, Gene Meador, Lou Moore, Dave North, Dave O'Meara, Gerry Ober, Tom Parker, Dave Perry, Charles Regester, Joe Robbins, Rudy Rudolph, Bill Schworer, Dale Scheier, George Stewart, George Stivers, Kurt Storch, Charles Stratton, Ted Thompson, Jim Tidwell, Pete Van Benschoten, Doug Ward, Joe Whisenant, Tuck NVllllRl'l1S, Bart Wood, Don VVright, George VVitt1nan, John Wilhelmy, Jim McNulty. PLEDGES: Ronnie Birtcher, Ken Cardella, Jolm Damon, Dick Fretz, Jim Gandert, Bob Gennnell, Larry Green, Bob Groninger, John Kennelly, Fritz Lahmann, Dean Moecher, John Pearson, Matt Roclwvell, Rusty Rumney, Charles Rubie. -285- p Phi Gamma Delta PRESIDENTS-JIM TOLLEY, BOB BAILEY Phi Gamma Delta . . . a trophy was awarded the house for placing first in fall Track . . . jim Tollely was in Bobcats . . . November saw the house revert to childhood with the "Little Kiddiesi' dance . . . Bob Bailey was the University's head cheer leader . . . seven of the boys were in Scabbard and Blade . . . Roman DeSanctis was president of the Senior Class, in Blue Key, a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and Whois Who . . . the first annual Purple Garter dance was held in March at Rancho Diablo . . . there was a testimonial dinner for Harvey Slate . . . Bill Kemmeries was on the varsity basketball team . . . house placed second in basketball and tennis . . . the Home- coming house decoration Was awarded second place . . . the Christmas formal was held in December . . . Bobby Charles was a member of 'Whois Who, president of the Ski Club, and in Blue Key . . . Fiji Island dance was in May . . . Iohn Rosen- berg Was circulation manager of the Kitty Kat. -286- Left to right: First row-Albertson, Alison, Altstatt, Bailey, Bergin, Bieserneyer, Charles, Culbertson, Davis, DeLue, DeSanc- tis. Second row-Diggs, Dill, Eller, Elson, Ewing, D., Ewing, J., Fox, Hodges, Howell, Johnston, Kernmeries. Third row- Kirman, Knotts, Kunde, Lefferts, McGregor, M. 5McGregor, T., McWenie, Matteson, Morris, Mueller. Fourth row-Pendergast, Quinn, Rosenberg, Royden. Fifth row-Ryan, Sanner, Schulze, Seaney. Sixth row-Sheets, Silberschlag, Smith, J., Smith, S. Seventh row-Southworth, Spicker, Sundt, Swanson. Eighth row--Toeny, Tolley, Weissmiller, Wheat. ACTIVES: Roger Alison, Leslie Altstatt, Fred Andrew, Bob Bailey, Richard Baker, Dan Bergin, Tom Carpenter, Bob Charles, Bob Cooney, Wayne Crutchfield, Jim Davis, Lee Davis, Roman DeSanctis, Harold Dill, Karl Eller, Roy Elson, Dave Ewing, John Fox, Ray Griswold, Pete Howell, Fred Hodges, Bill Kemmeries, John Kirman, Don Knotts, Dutch Kunde, Sam Lindamood, Dave Mathiesen, Dick Mnttison, Jim Morris, John Mueller, Homer Osborne, Clarence Pendergast, Jack Quinn, Roy Robinson, Gale Rogers, John Rosenberg, Tom Royden, William Saunders, Hank Seaney, Walter Schulze, John Smith, Bruce Thoeny, Jim Tolley, Willis Tolley, Jim Wheat, Joe 'Weissmiller, Jim Young, Jim Johnston. PLEDGES: Roy Albertson, Dean Biesemeyer, Keith Clawson, Pete Culbertson, Jerry DeLue, Doug Diggs, John Ewing, Ed Lefferts, Tom McGregor, lgfifge Mlc1Gregor, Fred McVVenie, George Ryan, Lynn Sanner, Stan Smith, Tom Southworth, Wilson Sundt, Niles Swanson, Don Sheets, Ralph 1 ersc ag. -287- Phi Kappa Kappa PRESIDENT S-FRED GALLAGHEB, TIM O'BRIEN A busy year for the chapter . . . Dan Reidy Was on Traditions committee . . . Bob Reis and jim Blanchette were members of the American Pharmaceutical Association . . . group obtained new house this year on East Lester . . . house renovated corn- pletely . . . Don Melaven and Don Lohr were in Pershing Rifles . . . "SECKS" was the lively mascot, a mangy alley cat, wander- ing around the house . . . Bob Baer was one of the Universityis cheer leaders . . . Phi Kapps planned to go national and Were, busy sending out the petitions . . . jim Quigley was on the track team . . . Carlos Amaya was prexy of the Latin-American club and of the Foreign Students club . . . Bill John was V. P. of the Marketing Club. 1, Q My 7"'Ais!fwsf'?ff5 Merry Christmas! Going My Way? Oink, Oinkl 39. E. 1 llix .E Left to right: First row-Augustine, Baer, Berlinski, Blanchette, Boyle, Brandon, Feehery. Second row-Franz, Gallagher, Ivenz, john, Klein, Langlois, Lohr. Third row-McLaughlin, Melaven, Quigley, Reidy, Reis. Fourth row-Sause, Smith. ACTIVES: Pat Augustine, Don Berlinski, Ken Brandon, Fred Gallagher, Iohn Klein, Adrian Langlois, Don Lohr, Pat Maguire, Tim O'Brien, Jim Quigley, Dan Reidy, Robert Smith, William John, john McLaughlin, Wfilliam Franz, Thomas Boyle - Michael Sause. PLEDGES: Robert Bauer, James Blanchette, Richard Feehery, Don Melaven, Robert Reis. -289- PbiKvz1Dpvz Psi PP-ESIDENTS-TOM HOOD, ANDY LAUVER Phi Psi Wound up another year in great shape . . . Bob Flood was on Chain Gang . . . Dan Nievvold and Howie Seaman were Sophos . . . Paul Niewold ran the largest Blood Bank drive by a campus in the United States . . . Chair of I. F. P. C. prexy was filled by Tom Noonan . . . "Streets of Parisi, party was a sparkling success . . . Tom Hood, Carter George, and Skip Parfet helped out on A. S. U. A. committees . . . enter- tained underprivileged Tucson children at Christmas . . . Roy Hansen was in Tau Beta Pi . . . house won the University Sing with "Dry Bonesv in 1950. Don't crowd, Dave . . In the evening? Aristotle or Plato? Left to right: First row-Ackert, Baldwin, Baugh, Carson, Clark, Corbidge, Cravens, Critchlow, Crnse, Dibble, Eich. Second row--Fork, George, Grant, Hall, Hannon, Hansen, Hart, Hawkins, Heaton, Hinrichs, Hood. Third row- Kain, Kelly, Lauver, Lennon, Letson, Loudermilk. Fourth row-McCullough, McDonald, Mates, Monanan. Fifth row-Niewold, Niewold, Noonan, Olson. Sixth row-Parfet, Perkins, Rhodes, Robbins. Seventh row-Roen, Ross, Sanchez, Shelton. Eighth row-Thompson, Tidmarsh, Walker, VVurl. ACTIVES: Roger Bell, Petc Brown, Larry Cruse, Robert Flood, Carter George, David Grant, Bradley Hall, Roy Hansen, John Hart, Thomas Hood, Thomas Kelly, Howard Komarek, Andy Lauver, Bernard Lennon, Dick Mates, Tom Monahan, Don Niewold, Paul Niewold, Dean Olson, Skip Parfet, Sam Ross, Leon Sanchez, Howard Seaman, Pete Baldwin, Bill Fork, Bob Thompson. PLEDCES: Charles Ackert, Bill Baugh, Bill Bragel, Bill Critchlow, Don Carson, Roger Clark, Phil Corhidge, jack Hannon, Ben Cravens, Bill Cum- mings, Steve Dibble, Loy Eich, Max Hawkins, Bill Heaton, Ron Hinrichs, Roy Kain, Harry Kupper, Dick Laudermilk, jim Letson, jim McDon- ald, Clay McCullough, Tom Noonan, Dick Perkins, Thomas Rhodes, Phil Robbins, John Roen, Bill Shelton, Dick Tanner, Donald NValker, Mark XVall, Jim VVarbasse, Ridge VVurl, Pete Tidmarsli. -291- W Pi Kappa Agllm PRESIDENTS-DICK FIRTH, DAVE EVANS This year Pi Kap won first place in Homecoming floats for originality . . . Dream Girl, Elena Guinn, chosen at annual Dream Girl formal at El Con . . . Leo johnson received the first annual Fred Enke award in basketball ., . . Dick Towne, captain of Pershing Rifles . . . Dave Evans, traditions commit- tee prexy and Whois Wlzo . . . "Rebel,' Smith, basketball man- ager . . . Founder's Day banquet on March 4th with guest speakers . . . lack Howell and Ken Trout on varsity basketball . . . house represented in Blue Key by Hugh Guinn . . . Don Squire was A. S. M. E. treasurer . . . Dan Griswold in Tau Beta Pi. Play it, Boys! Checkmate Oough . . . ' -292- Q5 Www Left to right: First row-Austin, Butcher, Delvin, Echols, Evans, Flacco, Haga, Howard. Second row-Laos, Larsen, McCauley, Morrison, Ollason, Peters, Reckart, Reynolds. Third row- Rhodes, Rogers, Rose, Sims, Smith, C., Smith, T., Squire, Taylor. Fourth row-Towne, Troutt, True, Turner. Fifth row-Walden, Walters, Ziemer. ACTIVES: William Austin, Robert Butcher, Dick Clemens, Glenn Cochran, Wayne Delvin, Jack Dumont, Robert Dunham, Wayne Elledge, Dave Evans, Richard Firth, Dan Griswold, Hugh Guinn, Richard Haga, Jack Haight, Don Howard, Victor Howard, Don Howell, Jack Howell, Joe Langdon, Dwight Mason, Bob Mundell, Larry Ollason, Don Reckart, A1 Reynolds, Lynn Rhodes, William Rogers, Lem Shattuck, Cordon Sims, Harold Sims, Vance Taylor, Richard Towne, Ken Troutt, Robert True, Joe Walden, Bryce Waters, Robert True. PLEDGES: Frank Echols, Dick Flacco, Leo Johnson, Jerry Larsen, Paul Loas, Harry Maxie, Don McCauley, Davis Morrison, Perry Peters, Biff Rose, Charles Smith, Thelnier Smith, Don Squire, Sam Turner, Ken Walters, Walt Ziemer. Pi Kappa Phi PBESIDENTS-IAMES POTTENGER, BOB BROWN jim Hambacher was on Chain Gang . . . Formal was in Decem- ber at the American Legion Hall . . . Don Whitineyei' won senior Wrestling . . , serenades for those pinned . . . chapter Went national this April . . . "Color Blind Bally was in March . . . Frank Smith in Kappa Kappa Psi . . . through all this ran "Dammit," the dog, and confidant of the boys. fr-ff! ff' sgmafgg Smells good A 'T' student On guard! -294- if Left to right: First row-Bollenger, Born, Brown, Choissor, Gilbert, Gilmour, Grim. Second row-Hambacller, Hess, Pot- tenger, Rahm, Rector, Smith, F. Third row-Smith, T., Whar- ton. Fourth row-Willekens, Witmeye1'. ACTIVES: John Bailey, Bob Brown, Don Choisser, Buss Gilbert, Tom Gilmour, jim Hambaclier, Charlres Hausenfleclc, Howard Hummer, Steve Hess, Karl Kauffman, Art Rahm, Ben Rector, Frank Smith, Jerry NVl1arton, Rene VVillekins, Don YViUneyer. PLEDGES: Fred Grim, Gil Hutchins, John Ingles, Don Jones. -295- Szlgmvz Agblm Epsilon PBESIDENTS-FRED SARGEANT, BEN HILL Mrs. Talbot Was honored at I-Iousemothers, Tea . . . Bill Deen and Don Boucher on first string football . . . Ben Hill was Social Life Committee chairman and on Bobcats . . . Dave Schuff and Ieriy Dillon were on first string basketball . . . Don Butler on Bobcats and A. S. U. A. president . . . Informal Christmas dance a big success . . . April 7 the spring formal was held at the house . . . Skip Perkins on Blue Key . . . SAE's dressed up for the 49ers' dance, gold rush style . . . Don Boucher, a three-year letterman . . . serenades held with the flaming pin. Shine, sir? Interesting, hmm Wfhois winning? -296- Left to right: First row-Augustine, Ayres, Bartlett, Blair, Boucher, Browning, Burch, Butler, Chattin, Gio- chetti, Clatworthy, Collins. Second row-Crowell, Deen, Dewar, Dillon, Drachman, E., Drachman, F .3 Drye, Duffy, Edwards, Ewing, Francy, W., F rancy, B. Third row--Frenzen, Fritz, Gaines, Goldberg, Ham- merstein, Hancock, Harelson, Henry, Hess, Higclon. Hill, Hoag. Fourth rowe-Hobbs, Hollensteiner, Hun- ter, jackson, Johnson, Kelly, Kessler, Knowles, Later, Laveen, MacKinnon, Madsen. Fifth row-Melanson, Middleton, Miller, Mowry, Myers, Nehring, Norris, Olmstead, O'Bielly ,Partlett. Sixth row-Peters, Pow- ers, Bhodes, Robertson, Ronstadt, Ryan, Sammons. Seventh row-Sargent, Schuff, Smith, B., Smith, T., Spear, Stern, Stevens. Eighth row-Stoeckel, Terrell, Wadlington, Watson, Watt, Worthington, Zelinsky. ACTIVES: Spence Andrews, Bob Augustine, Bill Ayres, Tony Blair, Don Boucher, Bill Browning, Don Butler, Art Carroll, Torn Ciochetti, Steve Col- lins, Bill Cryderman, jack Dalton, Mike Dewar, Frank Draclnnan, John Edwards, Farris Ellington, Bob Ewing, Bill Fox, Bill Francy, Bob F rancy Bill Goldberg, Rey Gorseh, Bob Hammerstein, Mickey Hancock, Hugh Harelson, Hal Hoag, John Hobbs, Bob Hutchinson, Bill Iakle, Bill jack: son, Fred Kelly, Don MacKinnon, Art Nehring, Scott Norris, Buck O'Rielly, Don Parlett, Stu Regan, Tom Rhodes, Karl Bonstadt, Fred Sargent Tom Spear, Ed Taylor, Bob Wadlington, Ray XVatson, Sparky VVatt, Ben Hill. . PLEDGES: Bill Boyer, Darrel Burch, Earl Colwell, Dick Chattin, Dave Clatworthy, Stan Cook, Paul Crowell, Bill Deen, Terry Dillon, Roy Drach- man, Stan Drye, Joe Duffy, Paul F ritz, Lud Gaines, Don Goda, Gil Gonzales, Tom Hall, Bob Henry, Dan Hess, Bob Higdon, Bob Hollensteiner Derk Hunter, Al Iller, C. L. Johnson, Bill Kelly, Bill Kessler, Ralph Kiser, Earl Knowles, Bud Later, VValt Laveen, Jim Madsen, Loren Mann, John Melanson, Don Middleton, John Miller, jack Mowry, Lamont Munns, Bob Murphy, Don Myers, Frank Newberry, Dan Olmstead, Dave Peter, John Powers, Jim Reinian, VValton Roberson, Howard Ryan, Baird Sannnons, Dave Schuff, Roger Smith, Bob Stern, Jack Stoeckel, Bob Terrell, Burl Ullum, George NVheelwright, Glenn Frenzen. -297- 9 2 Si ma Chi PRESIDENTS-JACK MCDUFF, BILL STIER Roger Johnson was All-American in basketball this year . . . Annual Sweetheart Dance was held at El Con during Decem- ber . . , fraternity placed third in scholarship . . . Bill Birming- ham was president of the Law college . . . six of the boys were on the Traditions committee . . . house won first place in base- ball . . . Bob Mountjoy was awarded the Phelps-Dodge scholar- ship . . . George Yard won the middleweight wrestling cham- pionship . . . South Sea Island dance was held in the spring . . . the house was again first in intrarnurals, for the fourth year in a row . . . Bob Stubbs was elected to Phi Beta Kappa . . . jack McDuff was on Bobcats . . . Bob Murray was All-American in baseball last year . . . Bill Over was elected president of I. F. C. for the second semester of 1950-51 . . . Sigma Chi all- campus serenade early in the fall. l , r l , is . . , ...... 'mam . fer r sam f W' E M H it vs :asia -,si nz , .4: -. ss: I :r:.:,, as - stair- rear- rears :arms r rr: mgrr--t w ig wma 'V -as B saws sw rf a :gps gi- wi Nw ,six :Bri sg nl ' W H I ' a 52 r was i s'Bnl-xx K ml We me No cheating, now . . Swing it . . . Two points! Left to right: First row-Ackerman, Babby, Beer, Birmingham, Blasdell, Breckenridge, Brown, Carroll, E., Carroll, J., Caughey, Cazort, Clements. Second row-Corpstein, Cronin, Dickinson, Evans, Fischer, Frame, Gatlin, Guthrie, Hebbeler, Hersey, Hon, Hornney. Third row-Hull, F., Hull, S., Humphrey, Jennings, Johnson, Keefer, Kelly, Kimble, Lenhardt, Lewis, Lowry, G., Lowry, H. Fourth row-McDuff, MacDonald, Martling, Miller, Mountjoy, Over, Owens, Palmer, Parsons, Pilcher, Peltier. Fifth row-Peterson, Powers, Powles, Pretzer, Rutledge. Sixth row- Schoonover, Sinclair, Smith, D., Smith, G., Stephens. Seventh row-Stiers, Stubbs, Tolleson, Verbica, Wallace. Eighth row- Warner, Weinischke, Wilson, B., VVilson, C., Yard. ACTIVES: Chuck Ackerman, Bob Andrews, Myron Babby, Don Breckenridge, Lee Carey, John Carroll, Boyd Clements, Pete Corpstein, Bud Cronin, Ray Day, Bert Dickinson, Bill Evans, Gary Frame, Dana Catlin, Bill Glazier, Judd Gregor, Bob Guthrie, Don Hcnrie, Howard Hersey, Frank Hull, Stan Hull, Marshall Humphrey, Jack Ince, Rick Jennings, Joe Kelley, John Kelly, Lew Kluttz, Roger Lenhardt, Halden Lowry, Jim Mar- shall, John Martling, Jack McDuff, Don McKenna. Bob Murray, Bill Over, Art Pacheco, Lloyd Peterson, Burt Powers, Earl Powles, Don Quig- ley, Clyde Schoonhover, Marvin Scott, Don Sl1lllIl1,- Gayle Smith, Ray Stephens, Bill Stier, Bob Stubbs, Bob Verbica, Bob VVallace, Buzzy Wilson, George Yard, Charles Yost. PLEDGES: Harry Asbury, Henry Backer, Paul Beer, Jim Blasdell, Bob Brown, Bernie Fischer, Harry Goss, Ed Hebbeler, Jack Hon, Skip Hornney, Terry Jennings, Roger Johnson, Lee Keefer, Jim Lewis, Chuck Leonard, Gene Lowry, Toni Matlock, Louie McDonald, Bob Mountjoy, Jo-Jo Owens, Bud Palmer, Grant Barsons, Stan Patchell, Gene Peltier, Norm Pretzer, Bob Rutledge, Murray Sinclair. Leon Tolleson, Jim Warner, Jack Watson, Bob Weinischke, Claude NVheeler, Collett VVilson. -299- .Szgmcz Nu PRESIDENT - FRED GREGORY The year started with the annual Beachcomber dance in Octo- ber . . . Ben Williams was in Blue Key . . . boys have pinned girls, who have been duly serenaded . . . Barry Bowen took first in the 100 and 220-yard dashes . . . everyone worked on the River Boat for the Homecoming float . . . the fall formal was held at Rancho Nezhone in December . . . picnics seemed to be the favorite form of diversion . . . Harry AlTlSt61' was on Chain Gang . . . Armed Forces took quite a few of the members . . . pledges laid tiles on all the floors in the house . . . Costume party was held at the house in April. ffigs H21 , Q Hilmar gig K 2 VVork! Pledge Hi, Mom I11 Tucson? -300- in Left to right: First row-Amster, Bowin, Brodie, A., Brodie, D., Brooks, Brown, Buchella, Caroll, Case, Casey, Clark. Second row--Collins, Daniels, Downey, Duerson, D., Duerson, F., Flickinger, Getty, Cibbings, Gregory, Hinkley, Hurst. Third row-Kelly, Koss, Larriva, Lowe, Lyddon, Maloney, May, Mercer, Miller, Moore, Morrison. Fourth row-Paulos, Pollack, Pretzer, Rolan. Fifth row-Ross, Rudolph, Sain, Shaw. Sixth row-Short, Smith, Strouss, Taylor. Seventh row- Treat, Waddell, Wall, Webb. Eighth row-Westover, Williams, Wilson, Withers. ACTIVES: Harry Amster, Alex Brodie, Tom Brooks, Sherburne Brown, Paul Carrol, Bill Case, Charles Clark, Raymond Cibbings, Don Getty, Fred Gregory, B. Harrington, Roger Harris, Don Higgins ,John Kulinovich, Phil Lyddon, Jim Maloney, George Morrison, I. Voore, Nick Paulos, Reg , Smith, Ben YVilliams, Max Wilson, W. VVilsou, Bob VVebb, Harry Westover, Dave Brodie, Iohn May, Chuck Treat, William Lard, Francis Larriva, G. W. Wall, John Flickinger, Iim VVood, Lowell Ross. PLEDGES: Frank Duerson, Barry Bowen, William Hinkley, R. Sproul, Hirsch Collins, Dick Withers, F. Buchella, Donald Duerson, Jim Cupton, Stan Hurt, Chuck Kelly, Paul Mercer, Bob Lowe, Russ Pollack, Fred Pretzer, Dave Rolan, John Rudolph, Larry Shaw, Bill Short, Keith Taylor, Meade Weddell, Vic Fumetti, Dick Wilson, Herman Daniel, Parker Gregg, Norbert Wegman, Iim Hurst, Chuck Koss, Chris Miller. -301- Tau Delta Phi PRESIDENT-JUD WERBELOW Tau Delta won the scholarship cup for 1951 . . . Selig Kaplan and Jay Schaclmer were in Sophos . . . Many of the boys were members of Pershing Rifles . . . Frank Lazarus was editor of the Desert, vice-president of the I. F. C .... Jud Werbelow was on the golf team, in Chain Gang and a member of the Social Life Committee . . . during December, the Snow Party on Mt. Lemmon was a great success -. . . Lowell Rothschild was in Blue Key and I. F. C. treasurer . . . Paul Levy was on the Assembly committee . . . "Debit,' was the pet dog, mascot for accounting majors and friend to all . . . Marty Shaw was on the tennis team . . . House was open for guests after all the home football games . . . Rendezvous Room in the Santa Rita was the scene of the May formal . . . Chuckles VVhitehill, Selig Kaplan, and Jud We1'below were on the Traditions committee . . . Many of the boys were members of professional fraternities . . . The Montmartre theme was carried out in the Gaite Parisienne party in October. -302- Once 1 veu jam session Scholarship Winners First 1'OW-B61'g61', Bleich, D., Bleich, S., Brusiloff, Cohan, J., Cohen, B., Cole, Epstein. Second row- Fisher, Fischrnan, Garber, Ginsburg, Hordiner, Kap- lan, Lazarus, Levkowitz. Third row-Levy, Mandel- baurn, Modell, Nadler, Pann, Rothschild, Schachner Silver. Fourth row-Smit, Spivack, Sudhalter. Fifth row-Termau, YVerbeloW, Whitehill. 7 9 ACTIVES: Edward Berger, Steve Bleich, Joel Brusiloff, John Cohan, Bert Cohen, Jack Cole, Ed Garber, Myron Ginsburg, Selig Kz3pla1i1,uFrank Lazarus, Paul Levy, Larry Pann, Lowell Rothschild, Jay Schachner, Martin Shaw, Jud VVerbel0w, Charles Wiite li . PLEDGES: Clifford Bleich, Dick Bleich, Jerry Epstein, Saul Fisher, Phil Hordiner, Jack Levkowitz, jay Mandelbaum, Richard Modell, Harry Nadler, Bert Silver, Martin Smit, Earl Terman. -303-- Them Clji PRESIDENTS-BOB LEWIS, GEORGE LETGERS Dale Fenter, second in cross countiy race . . . Pledge Bar-B-Q in November . . . Tom Garguilo, president of the Freshman class . . . Float Won first prize in rodeo parade for University section . . . Shelby Karl in Chain Gang . . . Joe Dalton was secretary of I. F. C. and on Fountain Committee . . . Dream Girl dance in December . . . Torn Metzker on Traditions Committee . . . Circle Bar X dance, the Western way, took place in April . . . crowding the calendar were the many exchanges . . . Christmas dance held just before vacation . . . lim Baines in Chemistry honorary . . . F ounderls Day banquet was in April . . . john Irwin and Morg Gilbert in Blue Key. Roll out the barrels . . A. Poor fish! Pearly gates -304.. First row-Ames, Barnes, Beeler, Blackledge, C., Blackledge, W., Blair, Brandenberger, Byrd, Callahan, Carl, Carrow. Second row-Cogan, Dalton, Dickson, Estrada, F enter, Fricka, Frohn, Garguilo, Gentry, Gil- ley, Goss. Third row-Greer, Howell, Hubbard, G., Hubbard, L., Irwin, Jacobs. Fourth row-Jones, Kals- man, Letgers, Lewis. Fifth row-Lingafelter, Mc- Nabb, Needham, Nicholaou. Sixth row-Pierce, Shields, Skipworth, Smith. Seventh row-Sturm, Taylor, Treganowah, Way. Eighth row-Wilson, ' Wollan, Wood, Zanot. ACTIVES: Jim Barnes, Calvin Blackledge, Carl Blair, Bob Callahan, Joe Dalton, James Dickson, Dale F enter, Cliff Gilley, Jolm Irwin, George Letgers, Bob Lewis, Jack Lingafelter, Dale Marenda, Fred McNabb, Clarence Smith, Roy Wollan, Mike Zanot. PLEDGES: Bill Ames, Paul Beeler, Dural Brandenberger, Russ Byrd, Shelby Carl, Jim Carrow, Tom Cogan, Carlos Estrada, Jim Fricke, Wally Frohn, Tom Gargiulo, Malcolm Gentry, Roy Goss, George Hubbard, Lee Hubbard, Dick Jacobs, Fred Jones, Mike Kalsman, Frank Lagton, Torn Metzger, Don Needham, Lyle Novis, Ray Pierce, Clyde Shields, Jim Skipworth, Dave Sturm, Jim Taylor, Bob Wilson, Bruce Wood. -305- 020725772672 PRESIDENT-JIM BOOTH , joe Dalton Won Ugly Man contest as "Farnsworth Jones" . . . plenty of Potato Chip festivals . . . Dust Bowl, the active-pledge football game . . . took freshmen women from trains to dorms . . . Jim Booth, prexy, in Scabbard and Blade . . . boys were guides for High School Senior Day . . . Dave Feldman was vice-president of A. S. U. A., editor of Friday edition of Wild- cat, and in Bobcats . . . donated blood to Red Cross . . . Gor- don Thomson and Bob Iustis were Sophos . . . Formal was in May. f """ f .. g- Thirsty, men? YVh at's that? -306- Will the meeting come to order. elv"'f' Lf' 195' Left to right: First row--Allais, D., Anderson, B., Barlow, B., Berlinski, D., Booth, J, Butterfield, T., Connell, G. Second row -Dalton, I., Card, B., Coodfarb, S., Creely, R., Jordan, B., Houck, L., Lombardo, C. Third row-O'Bannon, I., Pappas, A., Phillips, D., Poshlman, C., Bounds, G. Fourth row-Thomp-H son, G., Yeager, D. ACTIVES: Booth, Jim, Cain, Lany, Cisler, Bill, Dalton, Joe, Feldman, Dave, Gard, Bill, Goodfarb, Stan, Houch, Laurie, Jordan Bill, McNabb, Fred, Martz, Bud, Poshlman, Charles, Reidy, Jim, Rounds, Gene, Sichel, Tom, Stone, Peter, Verch, Otto NVood, Bruce, Yeager, Dick. PIBEDGES: Allais, David, Blakeslee, Richard, Butterfield, Thomas, Creely, Bob, Hutchins, Gil, Jordan, Bill, McCurnin, Bill, Olson, Dick, Pappas, Andy, Phillips, Bob, Royal, Robert, Salit, Bob. -307- : Z eta Beta Tau PRESIDENT-MARVIN BURNS Bob Shafton was football manager, in Scabbard and Blade, and I. F. C. representative . . . many informal house parties were held during the past year . . . Alex Pesses was track manager . . . ZBT held picnics during the year at scenic places . . . Kenny Fenster and Fred Mendelssohn were on the staff of the Kitty Kat . . . the float entered in Homecoming Won third place . . . house Won the scholarship cup for the 1950-51 year . . . baseball game with Pi Kappa Alpha was held . . . many mem- bers belonged to the Ski Club . . . Phil Fox and Sid Katz entered the U. S. Navy . . . Stan Schneider was Red Cross "Ugly Mann chairman . . . winter formal held at Rancho Nezhone . . . Marv Burns, head of card stunts at the football games . . . Harvey Evenchik was prexy of Alpha Delta Sigma, national advertising honorary . . . Marv Cohen was in Sophos and Kappa Kappa Psi, national band honorary. The big splash . . . Skiing on the Desert? Show boat . . Left to right: First row-Bergner, Berman, Brenner, Brickner, Burns, Cohen, Evenchik, B., Evenchik, H., Feldman, Fenster. Second row-F ox, Gitles, Goldberg, Goldstein, Greenberg, Gross, Haft, Herbst, Kaplan. Third row-Kart, Katz, Kaufman, Ko- necky, Kopel, Mendelssohn, Neurith, Perelman. Fourth row- Pesses, Pessirilo, Portnow, Rabinowitz. Fifth row-Raticoff Rurnizen, Schneider, Shafton. Sixth row-Sheuick, Sonnenblick Stern, Weisbord. 3 7 ACTIVES: Michael Bergner, Marvin Burns, Marvin Cohen, Barnard Evenchik, Harvey Evenchik, Howard Feldman, Kenneth Fen- ster, Philip Fox, Gerald Gitles, Edward Goldberg, Stanley Greenberg, Richard Haft, Sidney Katz, Ronald Konecky, Edward Kopel, Edward Pearlman, Harold Pessirilo, Alex Pesses, Donald Pitt, Gerald Raticoff, Arthur Rumizcn, Stanley Schneider, Robert Shafton, Murray Shevik, Gerald Sonnenblick, Marvin Weisbord. PLEDGES: Sam Berman, Alan Brenner, -Sanford Brickner, Gerald Foldstein, Lawrence Gross, Richard Herbst, Gerald Kaplan, Michael Kart, Tave Kauffman, Fred Mendelssohn, Fred Neurith, David Portnow, David Rabinowitz, Martin Stern. Maxgare ' Delta Th PM t Bmixxgs GNL 'Y emi YiecXQeXmfam 'e Queen Pew X ebbie Dmxseadx Kappa Sigma Kxlexxa Guinn Pi Kappa Alpha amakei Baxbara H Acacia Q vatev mxcxj Newman a PM L-mee Hxmdknxj ta Chi N Taa Deli '14 , The Suzanna Kenney Qbaa Tau Omega Mrugv Ellen Edmonds Kappa Alvaa 066725 A1111 Hewetson Delia Szgbza Paz' Be G. Kay Mason Szfgfha Na mgez' I ac-Icson Delta C65 ved y C Szlgvza 13116 A4296 a Epsziofz Ca1'o1y11 Pansons Szgma Cai Inter-Hal! Council Members of the INTER-HALL COUNCIL, composed of the hall presidents, were: Left to right: First row-Wuertz, H.g Alexander, S., Keevan, P., Pullen, V. Back row-McGovern, C., Barrios, M. Halls Arizon a Cochise Gila - Hopi - M aricop Navajo Papago Pima - Pinal - Stadium Yavapai Yuma - 21 Presidents - Frank Reed - Steve Adams - Sally Alexander - Mike Barrios Martha Newberry Charles McGovern - f Bud Wiener - Virginia Pullen - - Harold Cox - Burle Ullom - Pat Keevan - Helen Wuertz Two new halls, Navajo and Pinal, were added to the existing facilities after the completion of the addition to the University football stadium. Yavapai Hall was turned into a dorm for freshmen girls. Many func- tions highlighted the year which made hall life a memorable one. The doors were thrown open to the visiting parents on Mom and Dad's Day, and the fronts took on a new look during Homecoming. In addition, dances, open houses, and informal parties were held throughout the year. The halls also par- ticipated in the various intramural sports activities. 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Stl M355 Left to right: Bottom row-Macris, C., Michelena, C., Collar, W., Backstein, Pr., Mendoano, G., Peters, P., Pugnea, C., Adams, S., Anderson, O., Valentine, H., Ceballo, L., Miller, T., Delvin, VV., McAnally, B., Brown, D., Webb, D., Mead, I Second row-Varnell, T., Crowe, J., Wong, T., Al-Ansary, M., Bigando, I., Hernandez, B., Hansen, F., Simmon, I., War- ner, C., Burch, A., Esser, B., Davis, C., Ladd, T., Horowitz, W., Ohnesorgen, C., Ude, C., Addington, D., Mendoza, L Third row-Patterson, R., Briggs, B., Islas, O., Eubank, B., Walker, D., Puente, C., Bogulas, B., Starr, I., Arens, H., Horo- witz, P., Maynes, I., Maguire, P., Reich, P., Trammell, I., Bice, L. Standing-Professor Herrick, Mrs. Herrick, Dreyer L., Robles, Pr., Oebike, B., Farmer, I., Chavez, M., Hulet, I., Guenther, I., Elie, V., Woll, K., Smith, C., Perkins, B., Ham- mer, D., Reynoso, A., Montgomery, D. I oclrzse all i I -315- Gila all Left to Right: Bottom Bow-Isaacson, B., Klug, F., Henderson, P., Healy, M., Sherman, B., Campbell, C., Shiffman, N. White, P., Ball, P., Gross, D., Palmer, I., Bishop, C., Reinhart, A., Parrish, I., Schmitt, S., Stoke, F. Second Bow-Koukal I., Murphy, D., Bridgewater, E., Sewell, P., Nuttail, D., Alexander, S., Davie, I., Rufer, A., Brown, P., Sheperd, A., Jones C., Lawson, B., Kline, M., Kersh, P., Clements, M., Bohn, D, Lamar, B., Pendergast, I., Eisenhart, E. Third Bow-Bryce W., Hundley, P., Strowbridge, N., Isaacson, B., Wild, M., Randolph, C., Albo, B., Parker, M., Kinney, C., Meyer, E. Bloch, N., Greenfield, E., Dodson, D., Fram, A., Nason, M. Standing Row--Sykes, I., Auster, N., Szewczak, T., Brigham N., Georgelas, K., Taylor, E., Bonham, P., Hammond, Z., Willis, P., Colgan, P., Samuel, M., Doro, S., jenkins, E., Stewart, N., Blazzard, C., Bryce, D., Lazovich, E., Townsend, M., Farmer, F., Chase, M., Horsely, I., Thompson, Z., Andrews, M. Corcoran, G., Velasco, R., Russell, B., Cohen, F., Mrs. Woodwar-d, Page, I., Stark, E. 3 McWilliams Tx Pulliam, Z., Atwood, H., Parker, I., Fairbanks, H., Ory, L., Treganowan, D., Hubbard, G., Bagsdale, I. Diehl, T., johnson, L., Cook, S., Bryant, S., Leftault, C., Dunbar, B., Whaley, S., Latum, B. Third row-Powers, D., Ter: vazas, H., Alvarez, I., Mertz, I., Straus, C., Hart, I., Peters, D., SIIUITIODS, P., Henery, B., Brubaker, D., Hunter, D. Larkin, C., Coggin, E., Greer, P., Gaylord, E., Orr, B., Dehaven, K., Burch, D., Crowe, G., Idler, A., fvletzger, T., Sutton I. B., Broadway, L., Longenbaugh, B., Faust, H., Smith, B., Haft, B. Ho i Lodge -317- Left to right: Bottom row-Brubaker, I., Severinghaus, N. jr., Blazzard, Z. G., Barrios, M., Steuvenson, D., Way, D., Doe, I., Gently, M., Williams, B., Tilt, B., Travis, W., Cambareri, B., Evans, V., Ward, D., Ammon, C., Clark, C. Second row- Mvzrico az Hall Left to right: Bottom row-Guerra, M., Akins, P., Don, N., Abell, C., Catsiff, R., VVhite, A., Reclmon, N., Siegel, J. McCarron, P., Alexander, A. Second row-Phelps, L., Hightower, S. Tolliver, E., Harris, S., Mulkins, B., Bohrer, V., Wil liams, M., Belman, N., Carnes, V., Cislaughi, I., Coldwater, M., Payne, D. Third row-Peirano, A., Frauenfelder, B. Westlake, I., Newberry, M., Mednick, D., Stone, B., Joyner, D., Parato, N., Swaney, A., Heckelman, T., Pearson, M. Tozer, I. Fourth row-Cooke, B., Foster, B., Stephens, B., C-iragi, G., Woo, H., Moffett, L., Gleeson, L., Sweet, L. VVeech, I., O'Dell, D., Brown, M., Roberts, S., McGowan, M., Lumpkin, I. Standing-Blender, M., Brand, J., Parker, M. Murphy, J., Bolcom, L., Rubin, M., Elliott, M., Mrs. Snider, Beecroft, M., Wicldifielcl, L., Denby, G., Hamilton, I. Dur- ling, M., Yoshida, S., Hale, M. aug n sv mal-E-w-.--A-f f "'fT "T pT H s QQ X s SX Q E s s im E N513 ma gma ,, sf s Q H z.: 1,5 f. mm S' an as was sm s B--HHH s.,, sus mans Q 'mam H s m W-in E88 mf ss skggw E Hg,img:sf5-?sMWgj-gxsessmggy whim 9121545823 mms may gym . 1 f--in memoir msgs B EEE Bm ws ,ix nam Ms -sums HEUQEW wz ,M ffm Left to right: First row-Manzano, C., Woods, M., Garrod, T., Pirtle, B., Bollen, M., Guerry, M., C01bLl1I1, I Hawkms, B., Neilson, D., Areas, H., Arino, M., Kacknec, I. Second row-Bond C., McGrady, G., Rowe, R., Duc1ch,j Kabehn, H Weiler, K., Jardine, T., Shepherd, E., Rubalcara, H., Simpson, D., Spackman, B., Wine, S., Kramer, Thud IONV Webb R., Peterson, R., Lee, G., Stevens, R., Goss, D., Smitheran, B., Burroway, S., Hilke, B., McCavern, C Teeto1, S Van Leuven, B., Bittorf, C., Keatt, G., Guadiano, M., Oliver, G. .. W f .U - ' . a m H se 'Q HB8 S188 X K-Qptgnn ni HSS 6l'l!6lj0 all Q X w x s va rf, x - 319 E 532 222. 552 M. is 35 B , .K E' s SQ Exim. Q iff m, 5 35, mp r g 'i'?"Ex Eg! 5 W WM xg!! 515 ff, Hz 11,1 5: Q53 . M ,,, . .5- x 1 I I l Left to right: First row-Scholey, G., Eisiminger, H., Lewis, 1., Cook, B., Gillis, R., Gillis, A., Burley, 1., Scott, V., Roper D., Watson, H., Krous, 1., Robinette, G., VVolters, D., Karchner, M., McRae, D., Karchuer, M., Rodgers, D., Soto, A., Truscott, D. Second row-Butts, D., Shirley, 1., Weiner, B., Sinclair, B., Mitokawa, R., Gardner, D., Dunn, E., Krumpotich G., Shannon, S., McDonald, W., Huclack, D., MacCauley, D., Sutterly, 1., Coy, T., Donaldson, B., Bush, G., Folkerts W., Englebretson, C., Quinn, B. Third row-Dossi, G., Risker, G., Urick, D., Bailon, H., Richards, 1., Karnpe, E., Risker B., Mullyneaux, B., Barrett, 1., Owen, F ., Onorato, B., Belamy, W., Thronson, H., Tuttle, W., Layne, S., Montgomery, M. Stevens, B., Bryant, 1., Loveless, B., Moss, D., Fletcher, 1., Astiazarzin, F., Varela, A., Christman, 1. 7 Vkest 1 Left to right: First 1'0VViPOC1', B., T oles, A., Wood, H., Lara, D., Sarbey, M., Romero, E., Wong, L., Wood, N., f , . ll K P ll V., Munch, M., Brown, I., Takvam, A. Second row-Kern, K., Stover, E., Urrea, I., Kern, M., Wilson, C., Sta cup, ., u en, Third row-Madrid, S., Woodford, G., VVilson, H., Allen, L., Simons, B., Marsh, M., So L., Blazina, N., Terry, B., Iohnson, L., Amalong, ima all '2- if -321- nnenschein, M., Stout, N., Lopez l b H mr mm sz s m ': " E m mm m m X 'B B ' nm ma mg L , B X ,, is rv- ' V W H 2 E KH H 3 ' ,, mmm S1 -A .,.. ., m mm mm m, , mm mm Tm E 'EZ 'W ' E 'EH ' " IfZf.f. 'cZf,....If. .,:'-'ti ' mg ? ' inn H mg H Mfg. ,., E, E Ygmwsm F "BUT "U "' - m mm .L m ' 'm mm mmm ,Awww -vm KH ,Sm mmmmmm H WF H1-fm mm-gm-m . 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A., Leonard, D., ,Mattinsorn B., Dillon, I., Powers, D., Beaver, H., Spray, S., Smith, T., Chandler, B. m - m mm mmm aim M Y, : W - -, m m L mm mm- L: mm mm Z2 W m H my mf at -- m m m m m m mmm m, Hmm . m m m mm m ...m mm m mm mm mm - m . mm. ummm.. .m mm ..m mm M .m .. m. mm Mm mmim mm- mm M mmmm Myhmmm 'fm - mmmm gr-m +1 m - :fm mm m -, Erma M- mm- 'mm mm m M m Q B E is m - M Nm -Q gg, Zim - H - N L -Q -E Q mFl nl nl 1. m B mm mmm gm mmsx -m W- - m - E m E mm . m EH W N88 YM K W E E E H E mm mm T m K m - mm mn HH m A '- ' lm 3. m .. m if lk Q ,pw EE WYE: Left to right: Bottom row-4Graham, 1., Prather, 1., Richards, D., Hansen, K., Shillings, F., Donarski, 1., Seymoru' fmas cotbg Greenfield, D., Fuhr, E., Kuhel, R., Rucker, D. Second row-Alba, R., Irornm, B., Smitheran, B., Armstrong, Bl. Lowery, 1. Guendelsberger, 1., Coda, D., Weiler, C., Andrews, D., Smith, R., Ferrier, S., Sam, D. Third row-Ireund, K. Stanton, A., Gonzales, W., Brown, G., Lynn, A., Martin, F ., Ullona, B., Perrow, H., Christensen, D., Zajee, T., Peck, R. F renzen, C., Hannapel, R., Rutkowski, P. East Stadium Yfzwz ai Hall Left to right: Front row--Howes, L., Firth, I., Storts, M., Brusse, C., Fletcher, P., Sporer, A., Snow, A., Keevan, P., Mrs Martha Hall QHead residentj, Ainsley, D., McGrath, S., Perry, B., Askey, B., Paulhamus, D., Horning, C., Springer, S. Quiggins, F. Second row-Franks, C., Johnston, B., Hablutzel, C., Blanchard, I., Coulson, M., I-Iarbison, H., Hunt, L. Johnson, M., Clark, H., Conger, M., Kendall, C., Halcrow, S., Allison, I., Bellert, I., Boomguarcl, I. Back row-D,Ambrogio S., Dunning, A, Kerr, S., Hines, S., Bartlett, A., Boyes, R., Engholm, I., Brown, M., Elrod, I., Agee, I., Boyer, B., Hull, C. Givens, H., Iohnson, I., Iones, M.. fAssistant House Resiclentj, Burke, L., Czu'rel, M., Barnhersal, I., Knudson, B. 7 Left to right: First row-Portnoff, L., Wilhite, V., McIntosh, C., Moore, L., Marshall, N., Linclsuom, P., Tiemroth, K., Listeman, I., Leece, F., Mitchell, C., McGinnis, B., Moss, M., Drew, A. Second row-Northrup, C., Ramsey, I., Rochin R., Mertz, R., McSweeney, M., VVynkoop, C., Williams, M., Neumiller, M., Pool, M., Rowe, A., Scott, C., Rock, R. Newman, N. Third row-Olsen, D., Snyder, P., Sullivan, P., Thomas, P., Nigg, M., Bralnkamp, N., Tobey, A., Pollard B., Macauley, E., Ryan, N., Putnam, N., Shelly, I., Turbow, I., Vaughn, J. Out 'til 8:30 . - 325 - J K Yuma Hall Left to right: Bottom row-Welch, S., Schaff, I., Knox, C., Wall, K., Barrett, R., Culling, P., Greeley, E., Markham, M. Schulz, B., Elsfelder, I., West, I., Thomas, B., Bloom, J. Second row-Wuertz, H., Hamel, A., Bullock, S., Wyman, M. Sanford, I., Norris, N., Morgan, K., Downs, Z., McIntosh, M., Cray, E., Yoimg, J., Orcutt, C., Coggins, E., Eakle, D. Stipek, S. Third row-Herman, B., Ford, S., Raisch, V., Parker, J., Childress, S., Moore, P., Arnold, I., McAleer, L., Mac Kay, H., Price, N., Lillevig, I., Stinson, I., Nix, I., Harrison, B. Fourth row-Mrs. Cousins, Hainze, C., Hayes, N. Reeves, P., Kimble, P., Buhlin, I., Hersey, N., Neuer, L., Hoag, H., Best, M., Roley, P., Dodd, S., Hoffman, S., Wilson, S. Turnbull, K., Mellen, R., Cook, B. Polo illage Polo Village, Universityls Quonset hut community, was established in 1946 by the Federal Government exclusively for married veteran students. The 119 huts provided living quarters for 253 families. This little community has its own local government, a co-op market, a Washateria, and a nursery school for their children. --M im roi VE ,iw 18' M 5. Y - H I .np H t M t -xfwigu L Enema ws ,,5,?Eg,.,t,,sf.,- N .Q is m'wxm m Off to school following the steps of their daddies. Mrs. Bob Still sho Ppfllg at the co-Op mark et. gs f ail ' 54 3 K . ix ' H i. ,, 'Z' ! I E E n an V .. ,Y M, U, 'W mn mam . my .fl MMV, is sas? Mrs. Zinowich 1 d -. . . st in Mis. P - . . Vets, kiddies at tlegfllil iicting the The POLO VILLAGE COUNCIL consist- ed of: First row-Still, B. Cmayorjg Goren, P. fsecretaryjg Hunt, L. Cvice-mayor? Back row-Zachary, A., VVilson, H., Goode, H. Other members of the council not pres- ent were: Kirkpatrick, C., Fiorillo, J., Da- mon, B., Harper, J., Croxen, F. fsuper- visorj. ...327.. UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA STUDENT UNIOI BUILDING ADVERTISING Alianza Hispano Americana ..... Apache Motors ........................... Arizona Flour Mills .................... Arizona Ice and Cold Storage-. Arizona Land Title and Trust .... Cff Campus Index 366 341 ........372 347 367 343 Arizona Paramount Corporation ....,........,.... Arizona Trade Bindery .......................... 344-345 Arizona Trust Company ............,.... ............ 3 78 Baffert-Leon Wholesale Grocery .................. 366 Beaudry Motor Company ............ Betts Printing Company .............. Broadway Village Drug ....... .......-351 .......-346 ........372 Cele Peterson Shop ............................ ........ 3 63 City Laundry and Dry Cleaners .................. 343 Clay Lockett ....................................... ........ 3 40 Cook Motor Service ......................... ........ 3 78 Coop Fountain .............................................. Corbett Lumber Company .......... Crystal Coca-Cola Bottling Com 3 375 340 pany ........ Damskey s ............... ....... .................. Daniel,s Iewelers ..... DeRoy .................. Dolores ................................ El Conquistador Hotel .....,... Elite Ice Cream .................. Fox-Tucson Theatre ...... Geronimo Hotel ...... Goldwatefs ......,.......... Guild H0uSe .................. Grunewald Sz Adams .......... Gus Tayloris .................... Hackett 81 Whiting ................. Haskell Linen Supply Co ......... 338 ........342 ........347 .....-..342 ........350 ........348 .-......373 332 ........352 ........368 ........352 .-..---.366 370 Horn s .............. ...........---.-------- -------'----------------- Inspiration Consolidated Copper Co ...,....... 337 J. 81 B. Motors, Inc ........................................ 339 , 367 Iacome s ....................... ....... I. C. Penney Company ......... Kaibab Buckskin Company .,...... Korrick s ................. ............-..---- Langers Floral Shop ......... Levyls ...............------------ Lewis Salon Shop .......... Mae Voss .............................-- Martin Drug Company ............ Miami Copper Company ........ Midway Drive-In Theatre ...,..... IHI334 .......-350 ......-.374 .....---366 ........341 .......-346 ......-.-364 .......-336 Mitchell Furniture Company ......... ..------- 3 74 Nu-Way Cleaners ........ O,Rielly Motor Company .......... PGt6rSOn, Brooke, Steiner Sz Wist ................ 333 Perkins Motors, Inc .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,. Phelps Dodge Corp ...,.,,,...,,...,,,,,.,,, Photo Center ............................,,.,,, Pioneer Hotel ........ Porter s ..,,.......,.,,. Rainbo Bakery ..,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, Bonstadt S Hardware .,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Roy Drachman Realty Company.. Reuben's .............,..,.......,..,,.,,,,.,,,,, Santa Rita Hotel ..,......,.,,..,,,,,,., Sears Roebuck 81 Company ........ Shamrock Dairy ,.,,..,..,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, Shearman Furniture Company ...... Smithyis Penguin Puddle ..,.....,.,,,, Southern Arizona Bank and Trust Southwestern Sash and Door ........ .......... 349 ..........331 .........350 ........ .367 ........ -347 Co.. Southwestern VVholesale Grocers ........... Speedway Lanes ............................ S.R.K. ............................................. . . 3 Steinfeld s ......................................... .. Sundt Construction Company ......... .. Sunset Dairy .................................. T. Ed. Litt Drug Store ........ Thelma,s Beauty Salon .................. Thunderbird Shop ........................ Tidmarsh Engineering Company.. Tom Inglis Floral Shop .................................. Tucson Federal Savings and Loan Co ......... Tucson Gas, Electric Light 81 Power Co ....... Tucson Laundry and Dry Cleaners .............. 340 368 373 338 352 334 366 378 334 378 351 348 338 366 374 371 339 364 332 370 364 Tucson Newspapers, Inc ............................... Tucson Photo-Engraving Corp ........ ......... Tucson Rapid Transit Co ............. Tucson Rock and Sand Co., Inc ................... Unit Laundry and Dry Cleaners University Barber Shop .............. University Book Store ................... University Drug Store ......... 376, 370 335 364 374 339 348 377 .........369 Valley National Bank .................... ......... 3 32 Varsity Cleaners and Laundry ......... .......... 3 72 Westerner Hotel ............................... .......... 3 69 White House Department Store .................. 369 Young Buick, IHC ................ -331 Zephyr Venetian Blind Co ......... .371 Buick is synonymous with beauty . . . graceful lines and dependable performance. YOUNG BUICK CO. The West's Most Western Store . . ln Tucson and Phoenix it's . . PORTER'S Moderately Priced . . . 0 Western Wear ' Hand-Tooled Bags and Belts 0 Casuals 0 Play Clothes -331- l -1-41.1-rg mv--rmmmmnnrmw vu-um. we-gun-1-rm.:us.-Q 1,1-crm... f-.1 .- A "Mos: Likely as to Succeed" 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 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. VA!!.'klEHC..F!5,lFI.l?I!?l1SP:.HAP'K When Mom ond Dod drop in, bring them to the Geronimo for 0 pleosont stoy . . . located two blocks from ccimpus . . . GERONIMO HOTEL Tucson's friendly Associcition insured for the public protection . . . safe clgoinst loss . . . TUCSON FEDERAL SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION -332 - 3 A ally? ' .- ei. 1.-ae. 'X ,wk is- .lx - The Finest Cor in the Low Price Field . . . Choose your l95l Chevrolet cut . . . o'RiELLY MOTOR COMPANY .c mln H L4 L , .- . IS. -4 41 ....1-l For sporting goods, books, office supplies ond equip ment, stationery . . . Tucson brcinch of P. B. S. 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Jr. ..........,. 268 Addington, Donald B. .............. 315 Agee, Dorothy Jane .......... 244,324 Aguirre, Alfonso A. ............,.,..... 48 Ahee, Sol ................. ............ 7 9 Ahlgren, Frank .,....... ............. 1 49 Ahlgren, Helen E. .................... 157 Ainsley, Darien E. ...,.... 98,252,324 Akol, Halim .......................... 73,161 Akins, Patsy May .,...,........ 211,318 Al-Ansary Majid Muhsen ........ 315 Alba, Roy M. ......,............... 172,323 Alberts, VVilliam Jr. ............ 53,284 Albertson, Barbara .................... 282 Albertson, Roy ..,...,..,.. 104,225,286 Blakely, VVarren L. ..., . Albo, Rebecca .......................... 316 Arredondo, Raul .......................... 65 Arriola, Fernando Jr. .......... 98,314 Arrott, James VVest .................. 79 Ash, Jo Ann ..,............ ........... 2 53 Ashburn, Rosemary .................. 251 Askey, Ruth ....,................... 252,324 Astiazaran, Fernando ................ 320 Atha, Lola M. ................. .......... 7 9 Atha, Marvin E. ....... ...,...,.. 5 3 Attebery, James E. ....,.....,....... 151 Atwood, Harry .,................ 153,317 Atwood, Marian Ruth ........ 246,259 Aubrey, Keith .................... 148,152 Augustine, Pat .................... 156,288 Augustine, Robert .......,............ 296 Auster Natalie .......... 152 316 Barbour, Verla C. ........................ 48 Bargmann, Judith Ann ...... 216,248 Barker, Alden F. ....................,. 285 Barker, Anita Louise .......... 163,164 Barker, Beverly F. .................... 247 Barker, Marilyn Wheeler .......... 147 Barlow, Joseph Wilfred ............ 307 Barnes, Janet L. ................ 157,253 Barnes, Jimmy Lynn ................ 304 Barnes, Robert Arthur .............. 157 Barnes, Robert Neal ................ 274 Barney, Richard R. .................. 267 Barney, XVayne ...,.....,.............. 282 Barnhisel, Sally .... 143,162,251,324 Barnum, Earl H. Jr. ......,........... 155 Barrett Ed ar M , ' g . .................... 320 Barrett, Ruby Marie .......... 152,326 Barrios, Miguel P. Jr .......,. 32,43,53, Bice, Leonard Leslie ................ 315 Bickley, Ernest D. ..,,,,..,...,,,....... 53 Bidgood, Patricia Louise .... 39,98, 151,158,164,245 Bidlake, Richard F. Jr. ,........... 269 Biesemeyer, Baarent ........ 153,154, 155,265 Biesemeyer, Dean George ........ 287 Bigando, John D. ...................... 315 Bilby, Richard M. .................... ..85 Billings, Margaret .............. 240,310 9 Binford, Jeanne ,..,... ............ 4 8 Bingham, Arlene ...................... 283 Bingham, B. ...................... . Birmingham, Jim T. ......... . Birmingham, William T. .......167 224,273 ....,...76, 155,299 Barteau, Franklyn WVyatt .... 98,314 Bartlett, Ann Ellen .... 212,256,324 Bartlett, James P. .......... 76,155,297 Bartos, Jack R. .......................... 182 Basila, David F. ............ 88,150,160 Bassett, Harriet ........................ 253 Batiste, Fred ...................... 173,198 Baugh, William Fisher ............ 291 Baumert, Andrew ...................... 76 Baumgartner, Shirley ..39,210,211, 219,220,Q.22,249 Baxter, Ruth Margaret ..,,...... 247 Bayless, E. Jordan ...................... 79 Alcorn, Elizabeth J. .......... 158,244 Aldm, Hansinoa ........................ 250 Aldrich, VVilliam Stanley .......... 151 Alexander, Alice May .............. 318 Alexander, Sarah ........ 149,312,316 139 Austin? Alfred w. ..s9Qiliii,2661292 Austin, Catherine Elizabeth .... 157 Austin, Grace Carson ................ 245 Avis, Nancy L. .............. 79,164,254 Ayres, Wm. .................... 53,199,296 -B- Alexandre, Ray H. ................... . Alguire, Emily ............................ 48 Alguire, Robert C. ...... ......... 5 3 Alison, Roger ............,. ....... 2 86 Allais, David Charles ...... ....... 3 06 Allen, A. YV. .............. ......... 8 6 Allen, Clinton .......,...................... 48 Allen, Lou Anne ................ 138,321 Allison, Isabella Rintoul .......... 214, 250,324 O79 Babby, Myron ...................... 53,298 Buckland, Jolm B. .................... 314 Backstein, Robert J. .......... 282,315 Badger, Richard Eugene ........ 274 Bayly, Kenneth J. ........................ 73 Bayne, Betty .......... 59,210,219,254 Beal, Mary Frances .................. 257 Beaman, Nancy Ann ............ 59,249 Bear, Harold .............................. 53 Beaver, Howard Junior ............ 148, 153,322 Beazley, H. ........................,.,..... 104 Becher, Lewis John .................... 53 Beck, Barbara J. .... 59,113,115,249 Beck, Beverly W. .............. 212,257 Beck, William A. ........................ 48 Becker, John Kipp ...... 148,153,163 Beeeroft, Maurine .............. 282,318 Bceghley, Eleanor E. .........,...... 261 Beeler, Roland Paul .......... 199,305 Bishop, Arline E. ............... . .........85 148,240 Bishop, Carroll Jo Ann ...... 136,316 Bishr, Mohamed Ali ........... Biskon, John A ..................... Bitter, Barbara .............. .......161 175,154 Bittory, Chuck .......................... 154 .41 149 319 Bittorf, Chas. Ray ....... Black, G. Hunt ............ Blaekledge, Calvin ........ Blackledge, 164111. T. .......... . Blair, Anthony L. .... .. Blair, Emery C. ....... .. ..7o,9s,15s .48,146, 161,305 ............297 .,,....79,305 Blair, Joe W. .......................,.... 267 Blaisdell, Harry J. .................,.. 281 Blake, Bevan B. .................. 59,283 53,262,269 Blakemore, Elizabeth C. ..........., 59 Blakeslee, Mary J. .......... 29,35,43, 44,79,253 Blanc, Pat ........................,... 32,234 Blanchard, Joan L ....... 162,257,324 Blanchard, Joan Marie .............. 245 Blanchette, James E. .......... 288,289 Blasdell, J. A. ......... ......,....,,,..... 2 99 Blaugrund, Charlotte Lou 211,239 Blazina, N. ..,,.....,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 321 H98 316 Blazzard, Charmaine .......... , Blazzard, Trevelyn G. .,.,,,,.,,,,,, S17 Blecher, Dolores I-I. Bleich, Richard N. ........261 Allred, John P. .......................... .. ..- Allred, Marvin H. .... ...,........ 4 S Alonso, Frank E. ..... ................ 5 3 Alstatt, Leslie .................... 225,287 Alvarez, John F. ........................ 317 Amalong, Jean Carol .... 48,151,321 Amaya, Carlos ...... 148,154,155,166 Amburgey, De Ann ............ 146,167 Ament, Donna Kay .................. 252 Ames, Bill Meade .................... 304 Ammons, Jr. Carl ...................... 317 Amster, Harry .............. 41,262,300 Anagnostopoulos, Arnold ..,......... 98 Anders, VVilliam ........................ 268 Andersen, VVilliam S. .,.............. 147 Anderson, Benj. H., Jr. .........,.. 269 Anderson, Bob .......................... 199 Anderson, Jane ........................ 246 Anderson, Oliver C. .......... 161,315 Anderson, Patricia ................... ...79 Anderson, Raymond .................. 272 Anderson, Robert ......... ...... 1 73 Anderson, Robert J. ..... .......... 2 64 Anderson, Ted M. ....... .......... 2 78 Anderson, VVilliam S. ,......... 53,146 Anderson, Yvonne .................... 251 Andre, LaRae ............................ 246 Andrear, Robert A. .................... 65 Andres, E. H. .................... 156,161 Andrews, David P. 173,323 Andrews, Margaret, .................. 316 155 Anchews, 117111111111 Stuart Anke, F. .................................... 189 Antz, Jr. Mathias ...................... 280 Badham, Marilyn ........................ 98 Baer, Robert E. .................. 288,298 Bagos, Elmer Jack ..... ........... 2 76 Bailery, Daniel E. ..... ........ 1 66 Bailey, D. .................................. 163 Bailey, Lois ................................ 73 Bailey, Myra Loy ................ 59,251 Bailey, Robert N. .... 29,41,200,287 Bailey, Sally Ann ...................... 255 Bailon, Herculano .............. 150,320 Bain, Joan Ann ........ ........... 2 46 Bakarich, Page .......................... 161 Baker, Dwight .......................... 158 Baker, Genevieve Georgia .......... 73 Baker, Glenn A. .......................... 73 Baker, Lillian Ross ...,...........,.... 79 Baker, Lois .................... 36,214,251 Baker, Patt Lou .................. 70,149, 150,151,245 Baker, Richard NV. ...................... 32 Baker, XVilliam John ....,............. 59 Bakerich, Stephen H. .............. 267 Balcom, Lois Marian ..... ........ 3 18 Baldcras, Sal ,... ............ ........... 1 9 4 Baldwin, Barbara ...................... 251 Baldwin, Harold C ............... 65,150 Baldwin, James Lane Baldwin, Pete .......................... 291 Ball, Carolyn .,.............,,........... 256 Ball, Patricia Hoffman 159,242,316 Ballou, Virginia L. ...... 222,234,255 Bang, Haakon ............................ 150 Bang, Marie Louise .................. 260 Bannehr, Richard Gordon 159,269 Bannon, George NVesley .......... 86 Barber, G. Arthur ..86,157,165,269 Barber, Phyllis .................... 165,261 Beeman, Barbara Kenworthy .,.. 79, 257 Beer, Frank Paul ..........39,163,298 Behner, Lilo V. ....... ................ 2 51 Beiriger, Jeanne ..................59,255 Belamy, W. ................................ 320 Bell, Louis C. Jr. ........ 79,270,314 Bellert, Jo Ann .......................... 324 Belman, Naomi S ................,.,.... 318 Belport, Joseph ............ 88,150 Benazley, Herb ....... Benham, Bob ........ Benner, Barbara ........ Bennett, Barbara ...... ,160 275 ,- Benson, Dolores ...........,,...., 19,165 ' ' 1 156 Benton, Hugh Samuel ..........65, Bergen, Beverly ...............,.. 234,238 Berger, Edward B. .................... 302 Bergner, Michael .............. 148,308 Bergeron, Aline T. ........,,1......,,. 70 Bergin, Daniel T. ....,.,,..,,.,.,,..... 287 Berlinski, Don ........ ......... 2 89,307 Berman, Phyllis ........................ 261 Berman, Sam ...................... 194,308 Bernet, Diane ........ ..... . ...... 1 54,155 Bernstein, A. Michael ...... 226,273 Berry, Lawrence XV. Berry, Mona ..,.,,..,..,.,.,..,,,, 158,247 Berry, Pat ..........,.... ,,,...,......... 2 67 Bertoglio, Lois ...,,,.,.................. 243 Best, Machrina P. ........ 219,257,326 M Betlach, Donald A. 86, Bethmann, Wfilliam . .... 149,150 153,154,157 Betta, Leo Della ........1,..,... 138,159 Bialk, Bernard A. .............. 149,150 -353-- Bleich, Stephen F . ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 3 03 Blender, Marianne ...,.. ,,.,.,.,.., 3 18 Blinder, Robert .,.... ...,,,,,,,,,,, 1 36 Bliss, Carol L. ..,....,.,,,,,,, 59,918,247 Blissenbaeh, Erich B. .....,,..,..,.,.,, 73 Bloch, Nora .............,,,,,..,,,..,,,,, 316 Blochelj, Donald H. .,...., ,,,,,,,,,, 7 3 Block, Anne H. ...,...,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,, 241 Bloodworth, Tezl l,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 55 Bloom, Jan E. ..,,..,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 326 Blow, Gregory Bryan ..146,148,271 Blucher, Arthur G. ...,,...,..,.,,,,, 269 Bochmon, Fred F, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 76,155 Bozleewes, Dorothy J. ........ 59,253 Bodeewes, Lambert J. Boebinger, Alice J. ...... 35,148,261 -- Bogulas, Xvilliam S, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 310 Bohn, Doris M. ...,..,, ,,,,,,, 1 52,316 Bohn, Louis ........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 41 Bohn, Louis L. .,,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 267 Bohrer, Vorsila L. ...... 157,159,318 Bollenger, Pinky ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 294 Bond, Abbie F. ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 4 7 Bond, Charles L. ............,.,. 148,319 Bondy, Nicholas G. ...,.,,.,,,,,,,,,, 281 Bonham, Priscilla M .,,.,.,,,,..,,.,,,, 316 Boomgaard, Janice ...... 135,158,324 Booth, John A. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 48 Booth, Jim .....,,. ,,,,,,, 4 133,307 Bopst, Jane VV. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 241 Born, Jean S. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, 73 Born, 11iClmrCl Eugene ,.,,,,.,,,,,,,., 65 Born, VVilliam J, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53,294 Borodkin, Bob ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 05 Borodkm, Mildred E. .................. 73 Bouchee, Margaret Stealy .......... 59 Bouchee, Vernon K. .................... 53 Boucher, Donald ................ 53,173, 179,207,297 Bowen, Barry H. ...................... 300 Bowen, Elisabeth G. ,............... 247 Bowen, VV1n. R. .,.................. 53,273 Bowers, Larry W. ............,...,... 182 Bowling, Robert Hubbard 156,161 Boyd, WValter A. .............,.... 59,279 Boyer, Barbara Jean .......... 241,324 Boyer, Jerry ........,,,............. ,..... 2 75 Boyer, Russell ....................,....... 195 Boyes, J. Marlow ................ 257,324 Boykin, Robert Lee ........,........... 59 Boyle, Harry G. ............ 48,156,161 Boyle, Thomas E. .......... 53,148,289 Bozik, Jolm Andrew ................ 275 Bradtord, Mary Y. .................. 255 Bradley, Alice K. ...............--- 39,249 Bramkamp, Nancy Jo ...... 236,324 Brand, Joan ........................-- .--- 3 18 Brandenberger, Dorral Brandon, Kenneth O. ..........53,289 Brandt, Janet Lee .................... 251 Brandt, Leo M. ............-.---- 173 178 Bray, Mary Hilda ..,...........-- 981165 Brazie, Thomas R. ...................... 59 Breckenridge, Donald Breiman, Ralph ...., Brennen, Bill ......... Brenner, Allan ....... E. .... s2,69, 228,299 ,.........,.76 ,,...,,,....206 309 Breton, Renee J . .............-.---v.---- 250 STUDENT INDEX-lContinueclj Carpenter, Owen G. ,.,,. ....,,. 5 9 Carrel, Mar 1 n E. .... .....,.. 3 24 Carrilo, Arnhlll R. ...................... 53 Carrillo, Oscar, Jr. .............. 173,176 Cleavinger, David Lowell ........ 164 Brusiloff, Joel ............................ 303 Brusse, Cornelia C. ............ 152,324 Bryant, Ira L. .......................,.. 317 Bryant, Jerry ,...........,,,, 81,182,320 Bryant, Roy Glenn .................. 182 Bryce, Diane ................,,.... 283,316 Bryce, NVilladean ................ 152,283 Bubbenewitz, J. ...... .........,.,.., 1 82 Buchanan, Jerry .......,,,.....,., 32,285 Buchanan, Louise .......... 160,247 Buchanan, Robert B. .... 32,262,285 Buchella, Jr., Frank H. ...... 166,301 Buchman, Harold ..... Buck, Beverly ..,,....,... .......36,2s7 Carroll, Art .... 187,189,191,l92,207 Carroll, Earl ..,,,,....,..,,,..,,,,,, 76,155 Carroll, Glenn Lee, Jr. ...,.,.,...... 99 Carroll, John F. ....,,..,,,,. ,,,..... 2 99 Carroll, Paul G. .......... ..,........ 3 01 Carrow, James J. ........,.........,,,. 305 Carson, Charles A. Jr. ........ 79,148, , 153,165 Brewer, Wm. Roy ........ 53,149,165 Brickner, Sanford ........----.-- -.----- 3 09 Bridges, Erskine E. --------.--------- 48 Bridges, Frances E. .................. 241 Bridgwater, Elizabeth Ann 243,316 Briggs, Janice 1. .......... 141,216,245 Bri ham Nanc Kin g 1 Y 8 -------------- Brimhall, Willis H- ..---------------- A-2 316 83 Brintnall, James Charles .......... 275 Briscoe, Mary LOU --------1----- 59,233 Buck, Douglass A. .,.................. 268 Buckeye, Eunice ....,................. 261 Buckingham, Margery 146,167,261 Bullard, Donna F. .............,...... 253 Bullock, Jeannette .............,...... 261 Bullock, Shirley R. ........ 59,283,326 Bunce, VVillia1n E. .,.....,.,..., 32,275 Bunton, Barbara ........................ 255 Bunton, Patricia C. .......... 41,136, 213,214,255 Burch, Albert J. ............ 53,146,315 Burch, Darrell Wayne ...... 297,317 Burch, Roy Dean ................ 41,285 Burden, George William .......... 149 Burger, Irene Leilan ................ 247 Burhenn, Robert L. ...........,,..... 281 Burke, Luanna Marguerite 243,324 Burkhardt, Richard A. ................ 65 Burley, Jerome A. .............. 279,320 Burns, Albert V. Jr. ............ 65,151 Burns, Joseph J. ....................,... 166 Burns, Marvin G .......... 79,262,309 Burns, Stephen J. ..39,146,199,285 Burroughs, VVilbur Gordon Jr. 1237, 1 Burroway, Stanley .................... 319 Burrows, Barbara ............,... 98,255 Burwitz, Arnold .......... 173,176,177 Bush, Glenn C. ...... 65,151,154,620 Bustamante, Alva ...................... 260 Bustrin, James H., Jr. ..156,167,314 Butcher, Barbara Jean .............. 251 Carson, Don XV1nslow ..,,....,.,... 291 Carter, George ..,.........,,, ...,..... 3 2 Carter, Nancy Ann ,..,,,,,,,...,...... 249 Carter, Ray Solomen, Jr. .......... 150 Carver, Darrell ........................,, 157 Case, Bill ...............,....,..,......... .301 Case, Travis J. .................. 124,189, 199,226,273 Case, VVilliby E. Jr. .................. 155 Casey, Bill ................................ 301 Casey, Gloria Mildred ............ 59,98 Clemans, Richard George ........ 154 Clements, Boyd .........,..,.,..,,.,,., 299 Clements, Cynthis .,.................. 253 Clements, Mike ,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, 146,167 Clements, Marabel R. 135,152,316 Cleminson, George T. ,...,..,....,. 279 Clevinger, Nathan .,....,.....,,,,.... 277 Clifton, Jo Elyn ,.,...., ,,,.,,,,,. 2 45 Cline, B. VV. ..............,.. ..,.,..,. 1 56 Clotheire, Barry A. ......,...,... 98,314 Clyde, Virginia .......................... 243 Cocks, Theodore F. .... 150,151,154 Coffey, Jerome A. ....,.,,..,....,.... 275 Cogan, Thomas J. ..................., 304 Coggin, Edward Drake ............ 317 Coggins, Evelyn Mac ........ 251,326 Cohan, John R. .......................... 303 Cohen, Bertram M. ............ 146,303 Cohen, Frances Fay .......... 258,316 Cohen, Marvin Sanford ...... 39,1-48, 149,150,309 Colm, Marit, .,......,..,.,.,....,,,....... 241 Coke, Keith James ...................... 86 Colburn, James E. .... ......... 3 19 Coldwater, Mariann ...... ......... 3 1 8 Casey, John J. ...................,.... 75,76 Cash, Tom .................. ....... 1 94 Caspere, Earl M. ...................... 165 Catricala, Beatrice ............ 151,157 Catsiff, Ruth Laura .... 157,159,318 Caughey, Kenneth WV. .............. 299 Cazort, John Guy Jr. Ceballos, Lucio, Jr. ........299 .......315 Celaya, Alfred ............ .......... 1 49 Celis, Elizabeth H. .......... . Cella, Paul WV. .................... 224,273 148 Cerqueira, Joseph Jr. ..... ..... .... . . Cole, Jack Robert ...... Cole, Marilyn Rove ...... ......... 2 51 Colgan, Patricia N. .................. 316 Collar, VVilliam Forrest ............ 315 Collins, Earl B. ............................ 98 Collins, Hersch ..,............,....,..... 300 Collins, Robert H. .............. 157,158 Collins, Rosemary P. ............ 53,237 Collins, Steve W. ...... ............ 2 97 Colman, Betty ...................... 59,247 Colvin, Johnny F. .............. 146,266 Comingore, Leonard .......,.. 146,147 Compton, Hurley N. ................ 275 Condit, Chamberlain, Fredrica Jo ........ 249 Chambers, Janet M. .................. 253 Chambers, Janice ...,.,..,......,..,.., 241 Chandler, Barry ........................ 322 Chapel, Dora Jean ...... 158,163,260 Chapell, Jeanne A. .................. 248 Chapman, T. G. ........................ 157 Charbonneau, Joseph A. ........ 150, 154,160 Charles, Robert M. ........ 43,44,53, 204,205,287 Alice B. ..4s,44,48,21o,244 Condit, Olive Helen .................. 261 Condit, VVilliam E. .......,,,............ 53 Confer, Donald M. ................,... 269 Conger, Marjorie I-I. ..,..... 213,222, 254,324 Conley, Mary Alice .................. 157 Conn, Bob ................................ 167 Butcher, Robert M. .................. 292 Butler, Bettie M. ........................ 59 Butler, Donald ............ 28,29,43,44, 48,144,297 Butler, Janet .............................. 165 Butler, Robert H. ........................ 86 Butler, Virginia Glass ................ 59 Connell, Garland Jr. .... 65,151, .........65,273 Ciochetti, Thomas E. .......... 30,41. 160 Cameron, Carol A. .................... 249 Canterbury, Betty Belle ...... 98,165 Butterfield, Tom E. .................. 307 Butts, Donald Bruce ............ 59,320 Byerly, Colm Hilby ........ .......... 2 68 Byerly, Denise ............. .......134,253 Byers, Charles ............................ 59 305 Byrd, Russell C. ....................... . Byrd, Walton Edward .. C .. Cable, W. Arthur .............. 149,150 Cade, George S. .................. 65,156 Caldwell, Virginia P. ..........79,214 Callahan, Joyceleigh .......... 152,166 Callahan, Margaret R. Callahan, Robert B. Callahan, Robert D. .................. 395 Cambarer, Rocco .................. 317 Cameron, Harry Leonard ........ 182 Cameron, Shirley Mae Chase, Margaret ........................ 316 Chastain, James A. ...... 48,161,266 Chastain, Patsy Ruth ........ 146,165 Chattin, Dick ............................ 297 Chavez, Margarito .................... 315 Chiappetti, Lora F. ........ 35,53,152, 157,247 Childress, Suzanne ...... 219,256,326 Childs, Louise .......................... 255 Chiles, Austin Carol ..............,..... 48 Chilikas, Lee .............. Chin, Lincoln .............. Choisser, Don C. ........ . Chrisman, Leon J. 150,154,160 .......104,295 307 Christian, Genevieve A. ............ 164 Christiansen, James Edward .... 48, 156,314,320 Christiansen, Richard 173,179,323 Church, Beverly Jean ................ 165 Ciano, Bellliore N. .................... 157 262,297 Cislaghi, Josephine ............ 152,318 Clabonie, John L. ................ 79,150 Clampitt, Margaret E. ............ 241 Clark, A. Boyd ........................ 149 Connon, WVarren ................... ..... 2 74 Cook, Barbara Joan ............ 254,326 Cook, George William ........ 65,320 Cook, Harlin M. ...................... 151 Cook, Robert Verne ...... ......... 1 51 Cook, Stanley L. ........ ......... 3 17 Cooke, Barbara F. .... ......... 3 18 Cooney, Richard F. ....... ............ 5 9 Cooper, Joan R. .................... 98,247 Cooper, Judith ............................ 79 Coopwood, William K. ............ 326 Coover, Lee ................................ 59 Copeland, John Edward .......... 166 Copins, Edna T. .......................... 70 Corbett, Harry L. ........................ 53 Corbett, Jolm H. .............,........ 270 Corbidge, Philip Edward ........ 291 Corcoran, Gertrude E. ...... 256,316 Corder, NVayne .............. 59,199,273 Corclis, A. Raclare ...... 148,156,241 Corella, Dolores .................. 59,148 Corley, John Lay ....,...,..,....,..... 269 Corpstein, Pete .................... 32,298 Corrales, Manuel ....88,150,154, Clark, Campbell, Clare ........................ 316 Campbell, Clarence .................. 146 Campbell, Duan L. ............ 88,150 Campbell, Dyer H. Jr. .............. 151 Campbell, Eugenia Cuthbert M237 Campos, Irene Margaret ........,. 148 Candiano, Charles Jolm ............ 281 Candiotti, Molly ...................... 239 Cannon, Bob ......................------ 173 Cardella, Ken D. ........ 182,199,285 Alice Beverly ...... 40,41,222, 234,252,310 Clark, Charles N. ........ 158,162,301 Clark, Charles R. ...................... 317 Clark, Elizabeth ............. ........... 2 52 Clark, Ernest Leroy .................. 151 Clark, Clark, Clark Clark Clark? Iva ................. , James C. ..... . Nancy Greene Helen Ann ....... Jean .................. .......252,324 ...........167 3 154 .......15o, ...........245 Clark, Roger Arthur ............... 1.291 Clarke, William ....................-..- 151 Brittain, A. Paul .......... ..--------- Brittain, Dale C. .--.-.---- --------- 1 57 Brittain, Rodney N. ...... -.------- 2 67 Broadway, L. ...........-.----- ---------- 5 17 Broadway, Thomas E. .......------- 279 Brock, Frances .............------- 59.257 Brodie, Alexander O. .... -------1- 3 01 Brodie, Dave .............-.------- ------ 3 01 Brodigh, Evelyn H. ..........-.-------- 59 Bronson, Rena --.--------- 158,214,215 Brooks, Barbara --.---------------' -59.257 Brooks, Mary Katherine .... 154,155 Brooks, Orlindil R- ..------------ 59.250 Brooks, Tom ------ K -----1------ I 42211161 Vir inia nne .... , , Brooks' g 151,243 Brown, B, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 2l0,211,228,299 Brown, Catherine M- -------'------1- 250 Brown, Dan Clyde --.1----------'1-- 315 Brown, Donald W. ...... 153,154,155 Brown, Ethel 12011156 ---------------- 147 Brown, Gene ..,..... 1'12,176,1so,623 Brown, Geoage ------------- r on a ance .... 1 1 Brown, Go lgggg? Brown, Ida Marg. ....... .48,1 .3-ln Brown, Jerry C- ----'------------- 230,250 Brown, Joan Ella --------'--------- ---- 2 35 Brown, Kennedy' F- --------'---- ----- 1 64 Brown, Lee H. ------------- ------------'-- 7 9 Brown, hdarilyll .-.------v----- ---247324 B1-own, M0nlCi1 AHHC -------------'-- 318 Brown, Mllflyll LIIIUEU' '------------- 147 Brown, Pat1'iCiil ----------- ------------' 3 15 Brown, 1116113111 RRY ----4-------- Brown, Robert ---A i ----------'---- ------ H '15 Brown, Robert SPHHQCY ----------'- 141 B1-Qyvn, She1'lJL1I'I16 --1--.------w--- ---- 3 01 Brown, Woodrow VV. ........-- 88,150 B1-Owno, 1:'e1'S1S 1'1- ------------- 1-------- 1- 64 Browning, Harriet Ann ............ 245 Brown Brubaker, Geo. ......... . Brubaker, John D. Brunner, John .......- ing, NVilliam D. ....... ......317 194 Carl, Shelby A. .................... 41.305 Carlisle, Mary Anne .... 210,214,256 Carlson, Charlene J . ..............-... 260 Carnahan, Sharon .................... 245 Carnes, Virginia ..... .........318 Clatworthy, David T. Clause, Walter Hunt ,.,.33,98,297 ..........146,167 Clawson, Eldon R. .............. 43,155 Clawson, Lora Gene ............48,283 Clayton, Anne M. ................ 48,253 .-354.- Corrigan, Richard A. ..200,202,279 Cory, Joan McDowell ........ 216,248 Cosulich, Gilbcrta .......... 44,59,246 Cotton, WVararen Todd .... .......... 6 5 Couclne, Dick .......................... 225 Coulson, Mary Margaret ..257,324 Coultard, Lois .......................... 241 Corunides, Andrew D. ........ 53,146, 148,152,158 Clunseller, Pamela .................... 248 Countryman, Richard ............ 48,98 Cowan, David Andre .............. 271 Cowan, Samuel Coy ..,..... 226,273 Cox, Dennis .................. 53,226,273 Cox, Gordon Lee ...................... 146 Cox, James D. Jr. ........ ................ 7 5 Cox, Harold Lloyd ....... ....... 3 12 Coy, Tom R. ............. ....... 3 20 Coykendall, Ruth NV. Crabtree, Jacqueline Craig, James Ford Crandall, Glen Ed .... Crandall, Glen E. ........163,246 ......,....146,166 ........59,88,28l STUDENT INDEX-KCOntinuedQ Detlaven, Denneth ...... 154,155,317 Delay, Mark .............................. 200 Delue, Gerald R. .........,............ 287 Delvin, Vlfayne L. Demarest, Harry F. ........79,293,315 249,324 Crane, Cathryn ............ 149,150,240 Cranford, Donald NV. ,........,,..,.. 277 Cranston, Philip Edward ....,... 148, 149,155 Crary, William Graham ...... 227,269 Cravens, Robert Bennett ....,..... 291 Crawford, Patricia .,,.,........... 39,249 Crispino, Angela ........................ 242 Crist Mar K. 41 137 157 217 246 3 y 1 ' Q v 1 Critchlow, Charles .,.......... 146,167 Critclrlow, VVilliam .................. 291 Cromwell, F. ...................... 152,159 Cronin, J. Vincent .........,......,,.. 298 Cropper, James R. .....,.........,..,... 76 Crowe, George L. ..79,156,159,277 DeMoure, Suzanne Denby, Barbara G. DuNah, Beverly ...............,.. 70,249 Dunbar, Ronald Lee ................ 317 Duncan, James E. ....... ........... 7 9 Dunn, Elmer ......,..................... 320 Dunne, James P. ........................ 60 Dunning, Ann Margaret ........ 143, -F- Denker, Russell E. ............158 163 Dennerly, Grace M. ,... ...... 2 102237 Denning, Katherine .................. 237 Dent, Betty ................,.............,. -.11 134 247 0 Derby, Theresa Ellen .,....,. , DeSanctis, Roman 33,42.43,44,79, 196,198,199,225,262,287 DeSmet, George ............,..... 88,160 d'Eustachio, Esther Devine, Sheha ......... ........ 1 64,245 2 6 1 Deving, Barbara ...... ......... . 45,297 Dunseath, Deborah ........,... 253,310 Dunst, Urban J. ..........,..,.. 150,160 Durazzo, Sarah C. ................,..... 60 Durling, Marjorie Anne ......,..... 318 Durson, Frank ,........................,.. 32 Dutiel, M. F. Jr. ....................,... 154 Dye, Jim ..................,..,...... 204,205 Dyer, Kenneth E. ...... 154,157,159 - E - Eakle, Dawn O Day .......... 165,326 Ebert, Richard A. ................ 41,274 Eicks' Elizabeth Ann Ferguson, Wm. E. ......,,.............. 86 Crowe, Gary Ralph .................. 317 Crowe, Jolm J. ..,,..............,..,.... 315 Crowell, Paul I. ..,.... ....... 2 96 Crowell, NV. .,,....,..........., .,..... 2 00 Crowell, R. A. ....,..................... 156 Cruse, Lawrence Robert ....,.. 6.291 Crutchfield, Betty ............,... 3 ,251 166 Cubbage, John F. .......... ,..... . Cuhley, Robert B. ..... . Culbertson, Pete ........................ 287 Culling, Dora P. .......,........ 152,326 Cunningham, Earl C. 53 Cunningham, William C. .......... 53 Dobry, Day Ann ..............,. 222,239 Curlcss, Beverly ........................ 251 Currie, Jane VV. .........,...........,.. 251 Curry, Louis K. .....................,.... 53 Curtis, Diane ,.,.....,.,,., 162,222,249 Curtis, Gay ..................,...........,.., 48 - D - Dahl, Warren E. ..... .............. 1 53 Dale, Dana V. ............,............. 240 Dale, Vernon B. ................ 154,157 Dalton, Joe M. ........ 30,41,158,162, D'Ambrogio, Saranne Damon, ' Damon, John .............. B111 .............................. 262,304,306 327 .......285 Damon, William E. .... ......... 7 9 Dancer, Joan A. ............. ......... 7 9 Daniel, Theodora C. ..... ....... 2 46 Daniels, Don J . .......................... 272 Daniels, Herman ...................... 300 Darkins, Herman ........................ 70 Darlington, Janice ...... 146,167,261 Darnall, Edgar M. Jr. .............. 279 Darnall, Homer ........................ 279 Daiun, Jolm VV. .................... 73,165 Daum, Mary Anne .................. 166 Daum, Peggy Mary .................. 261 Davidson, Jerry M. ..64,88,150,160 Estrada, Carlos Ralph Dav1e,Irene W. .................. 152,316 315 Davis, Charles E. ................,.... . Davis, Clyde Russell .... 86,153,157 Davis, Edward E ....................... 279 Davis, James H. ...... ,........ 9 8,182 Davis, Jeff D. Jr. ..... .......... 1 49 Davis, Jimmie ........ ....... 1 52 Davis, John M. ...... ......... 4 8 Davis, Lee ............ ....... 2 87 Davis, Nancy A. ....... .......... 2 61 Davis, Nan ,,.,,,..,..,. ....... 2 34,254 Davis, Roger C. ...... ....... 1 89,314 Davis, Sidney P. Jr. .................. 182 Davis, Virginia .............. 60,148,253 Dawdy, Mary K. .................. 53,245 Dawson, Sidney .. Day, Gerald Jr. .... . Day, Raymond ..... . ........98,158 ......157,159 Deal, George B. .......................... 53 Deal, Sydney Jean De Benedetto, Vincent E ........... 149 251 DeB0lt, Jessie J. .................. 39,244 DeCamp, Megan Ann .............. 237 Decker, Laura Lee .... . ........ ....... 2 47 Decker, Marilyn .... . DeCook, Kenneth L. DeCovinick, Stanley Deen, 1VilliaIn E. ........ 173,177,296 ..........245 258 Dewar, J. M. ...,....... ......... . Dibble, Stephen ...... ........... 2 91 DiBella, John G. .... ................. 9 8 Dick, Eileen ........................ 163,261 Dickenson, Bert ........................ 137 Dickie, Geraldine R. .... ........ 3 Dickinson, Albert E. .... ....... . Dickoon, John H. ....... .......... 9 8 Dickson, James .......................... 305 Dickstein, Harold D. .......... 65 150 153,154,155 Dideriksen, Raymond 1. ............ 48 DiDo1nenico, Ray ........................ 88 Diehl, Thomas Jefferson ........ 317 Diener, Bernice .......................... 79 Dierkes, Harry B. ........ 65,154,156 Diggs, Douglas .................. 286,287 Dill, Harold A. .................. 224,286 Dillard, Samuel Zacharg .......... 322 Dillas, Katharine Jean .............. 251 Dillon, Jerome Leon ..186,187,189, 191,192,297,322 Dilts, Genevieve .......................- 166 Dingman, Harry D. .................... 53 Dinkmeyer, Bill .......... 195,224,272 Dobrott, Gertrude C. ................ 251 Dodd, Jesse NVarber .............. .... 2 65 Dodd, Sue Joyce ........................ 326 Dodson, Dorothy Jenn ........ 48,316 Dollard, Henry Louis, Jr ....... 79,149 Dombrow, Clementine ........ 73,161 73,153, 155,161 Dombrow, Roman Joseph Don, Estelle ................................ 60 Don, Mildred ...................... 211,219 Don, Nancy ...,.,.,................ 152,318 Donahue, William Stephen ........ 60 Donaldson, VVilliam A. ............ 320 Donaldson, Jolm .................. 88,149 Donarski, James D. R. 173,180,323 Donnan, Lucy S. .................. 60,249 Donohoe, Susan C. 39,149,150,247 Dormann, James Eugene ........ 182 Doro, Sharlene Joanne .............. 316 Dossi, Gilbert .................... 165,320 Doughty, Joan ...................... 60,250 Downer, Patricia Ann ..39,157,210, 211,214,215,222,250 Downey, Jack M. .............,.... 48,301 Echols, Frank Glenn ................ 293 Eckern, N. ................................ 212 Edington, Everett D. .... 48,163,282 Edmonds, Mary Ellen 134,255,310 Edwards, Dale ............................ 33 Edwards, John M. ................ 48,297 Edwards, Mary Neil ................ 237 Edwards, Thos. R. ....... ....... 1 57 Eack, John Wilsch ....... ....... 1 49 Ehrlich, Rita Ellen ....... ....... 2 61 Eich, Loy Allan .............. ....... 2 91 Eisiminger, Harold .................. 320 Eisenliart, Etta-Jean .... 35,243,316 Downey, Laura Ann ................ 245 Downey, Shirley Ann Downs, Anne Zanier .......... 253,326 Dons, B111 G. .............................. 79 Dracliman, Frank E. Jr. .... 143,144, 159,297 Drachman, Roy ........................ 182 Draeger, VValter Ray Drake, John Daniel Kurtz .......... 53 Drapela, Frank Lembert ............ 53 Drew, Ann .......................... 249,324 Dreyer, Lawrence M. ........ 65,150, Drye, Stan ..... .. .......... Dryer, Gene F . ....... 153,315 297 ..........53,146 155 Du Bois, Florence ............ ..154, DuBoise, James L. ..,,....,.,.......,. 149 Ducich, John A. ........................ 319 Dudding, Eugene Darr ............ 314 Duerson, Donald S. .................. 301 Duerson, Francis ....,.,.,,. ,,,.,,,, 3 Ol Duffy, Joe ................ ........ 2 97 Eisenman, Jewel ...................... 261 Eisenman, Lamar ...................... 269 Ekern, Nancy Louise .......... 39,257 Elder, James Bruce .................... 79 Elie, Vincent R. ........................ 315 Eller, Karl .................... 173,207,287 Elliott, Marguerite .................... 318 Ellinwood, Jolm C. .............. 76,155 Ellis, Dorothy Lee ...................... 79 Ellis, Jack W. .............................. 65 Elpern, Sorale ............ 148 150 239 Elrod, Jean Frances .135Z253i324 Elsea, Kathryn Mae .................. 257 Elsor, Natalie ............................ 255 Elson, Roy Lane ....... .........225,287 Elsfelder, Janet Louise ...... 241,326 Emerson, Frances Ann ........ 35,39, Emerson Mar 'ine 157,247 .......247 . f y If ' -------.- Endahl, Elizabeth .............. 149,247 Engholm, Joan Sarah Englebertson, Charles Englehart, Genevieve ..162,257,324 F. .......... 320 195 Enjen, Harold .......................... Epstein, Gerald ........................ 303 Erwin, Carol Jean ...................... 249 Escher, Lee ............ 48,160,161,285 Eseck, Jolm ................................ 165 Esser, William T. ...................... 315 Estes, Don .............. .......... 2 73 Estes, Karl G. .................. ....... 2 69 Estes, Max K. ............................ 155 Ethridge, D. ............. . Etter, Clyde R. ........ . Eubank, William E. Evans, 163 Iffffffi5iQ1e6 ..........7e,154, 155,315 David H. Jr. .... 32,43,44,86, 151,153,154,161,293 Evans, Jane Edgar .......... 35,40,41, Evans, 214,251 Jane Ethel .................... 253 Evans, Joanne Sissy .................. 249 Evans, Vvllllalll E. .................... 299 Evans, Victor Jr. .......... 48,267,317 Evenchik, Bernard ...... 146,158,309 Evenchik, Harvey .......,.,.,.. 54,145, 147,148,309 Everett, Nancy Jean ..,............. 241 Evjen, Harold D. .,....,... 43,79,152, Ewing, ' 159,262,273 David R. ............,..,...... 287 Ewing, John ..........................,... 287 Ewing, Louis Kenneth ...,............ 54 Ewing, Robert N. .......... 65,124,297 -355-- Failor, Florabell A. .................... 60 Fairbanks, Joseph I-larvison ,... 2710i 3 Falkow, Maurice ........................ 60 Fannin, Ardith Lee ............ 215,249 Fannin, Thomp Newton .......... 278 Farmer, Ferol Anne .... 146,211,316 Farmer, Jack Earl .................... 315 Farrell, Grace Angela .... 35,234,237 Farrier, Farthing, Dud Sloan ................ 275 Steve .,.................... 173,323 Faucett, Bob .............................. 199 Faulkner, Robert Lee Jr. .......... 280 Faust, Jack Vernon ...........,,..... 317 Fawcett, Carol Eleanor .... 222,247 Fedder, Marilyn .................. 60,259 Feehery, George ........................ 289 Fees, Nancy Helen .............. 98,247 F eldkamp, Lorrin Emmett ........ 98 Feldman, David Arledge .... 28,29, 43,44,79,138,142,151,156,159 Feldman, Howard ........ 54,146,309 Feldhusen, Frank H. .................. 88 F elker, Leslie ........................ 79,138 Felten, Robert E. ...................... 322 Fender, Edward Mitchel .....,... .273 Fennemore, Mary ..39,162,222,252 Fenster, Kenneth 1. .......... 142,147, 148,309 Fenter, Dale .... 39,199,226,230,305 Feuerstein, Seymour ................ 157 Feuerstein, YVi1liam ............ 86,157 Fiedler, Leigh Allan ................ 322 F iihr, Erwin I-1. .......... 172,173,323 Fimbres, Ernest Valdez ..,........... 60 Finch, Dan L. ...................... 48,284 Finch, Pete ........................ 167,284 Finger, George XVilliam ...... 43,44, 79,269 Fiorillo, Jolm A. ..,......... 65,156,327 Firth, Charles R. .................. 65,151 Firth, Jacqueline ........ 134,251,324 Firth, Richard VV. ............,....... 262 Fischer, George .......................... 60 F ischman, Sandra ........ 79,163,239 Fisher, Bernie ...................... 32,299 Fisher, Saul H. ........ ..........,.. . .302 Fishkin, Robert .................... 65, 151 302 Fishman, Larry WV. ................. . Fitch, Howard Wesley ............ 161 Flaceo, Richard A. .................. 293 Fleck, Delbert C. .......... .......... 8 0 Fletcher, James B. ..... ............ 3 20 Fletcher, Janet .................,.... b .... 257 Fletcher, Pauline ...................... 324 F lickinger, Donna Lou .... 33,38,39, 134,255 F lickinger, Jolm Daniel ............ 301 Flickinger, K. G. .................. 39,278 Flood, Robert .............................. 33 Florian, Kenneth .......,........ 166,275 Floss, Alvin A. ........,.,,..,,.,......., 273 Flyer, Elaine ..........,,....,,.,.,., 54,151 Fogal, Virginia M. ...... 118,121,257 Folger, Clarence B. ............,..,.,,, 73 Folferts, VVendell H. .... 65,151,320 Folsom, Katharine G. ........ 154,155 F ord, Charles I-I. ..............,......,.. 60 Ford, Suzanne VVoolston .......... 326 Fork, YVillian1 Carol ,,,,,,,,,,,, 54,200 Forquer, Robert C. ...,.. 76,154,155 Forslew, Virginia L. .......... 219,248 F orsyth, Shirley Ann ................ 135 ' 157 Foss, Daruel Lee ,...............,,.,,. Foster, Bevely N, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 318 Foster, Charles Diekman ....,..... 146 Fowler, Ted Alan ................,,.... 279 F ox, John F. ............ 32,80,224,287 F ox, Philip M. ..,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,, 308 Fraedrich, Doran Keith .......,...... G5 F ram, Alice Virginia ............ 60,816 Frame, Gary L. ....................,... 299 Francy, Robert E. ....., ...,.... 2 97 Frank, Jolm Christian ...........,.. 265 Frank, Winfield C. ..,,,,.,,,,,..,.,,., 265 Franks, Carolyn M. ..., 222,245,324 Franz, Jolm William .......... 158,288 Freeman, Barry Newell ..,...,..,..,. 48 Guthrie, Frank Douglas ,..... 41,269 Heckler, Lela .,,,,....,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,4,, 60 Franz, Robert Claire ....... Frauenfelder, Betty Jo .... Frauenfelder, Herman .... Frazer, P. .,...,....,,,,.,,,,,,,. , Frear, Carol .................... Frederick, Robert M. ,.... . ...148,268 279 .......167 .......164 French, Marcia Louise ............ 241 Frenzen, Robert Glenn 182 ,296,323 F reres, Glenn G. ................ 146,275 F retz, Richard .................... 104,285 Freund, Kenneth ............. ...182,323 Fricke, James W. .......,...,,......,.i 305 Fritschy, Donald William ........146 Fritz, Paul Walter Jr. ..........,,.,.. 296 ' 80 Frock, Oyvmd ..,,,,.,........... F roihde, Nancy D. ..........v, . Frohn, Walter ................... Fromm, Ben .. ......,....,,,...,.. Fruchtrnan, Harriet ........... Fulbright, Nancy Lee ....... Fuller, Katharine ................ F ulton, Cynthia E. ..........., . F urneoux, Harold Weldon Funk, Florence Elizabeth .. G - Gad, Elizabeth Henry ........ Gada, Donald J. ................ . Gadd, Samuel Wesley, ....... Gaines, Carol Ann ............. Gaines, Ludwell ................. Gairaud, Catherine B. .......24l .......305 176,323 .......239 .......237 211,219 .......247 ..48 ,161 217,252 152, 156 .......323 .......271 .......248 .......297 243 Gallagher, Fred F. ........ 54,262,289 Gandert, James F . ............. . 162,285 STUDENT INDEX-fflontinuedj Ginsburg, Myron S. .......... 150,303 Giragi, Georgia C. ,,,, .,..,...,,,,, 3 18 Girard, James .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 273 Gitles, Gerald A. ................ 146 308 Givens, Helen N. ...,.......,,,.,..,,, 1324 Glad, Elberta M. .........,...... 165,260 Glad, Elvira M. ..... . .....,...165,247 Guadiana, John M. ...,,.....,....,,,,. 319 Guendelsberger, James .... 172,176, 177,323 Guenther, Jonathan ......,.......,... 315 Guerra, Mary Jessie .......... 152,318 Guerry, Maurice ........,,,,,,,,,.,,..,, 319 Guilbert, L. Ward ........ 41,149,150 Guinn, Elena B. ........................ 310 Guinn, Hugh N. .,.....,i,,,i,,,.,,,..,,,, 43 Gunby, Mildred Anne ........ 41,149, 151,164,21O,211,234,247 Gunn, Helen Elizabeth ............ 255 Gunn, Mary C. ...............,,. 148,241 Gupton, James E. .......,........,.,.,, 150 Guthrie, Robert Burns ........ 32,299 - 1-I .- Hartman, Lynn Gay ,...,,,,,,.,,,,. 241 Hartman, Robert L. ............ 70,160 Hartwein, Kenneth Joe Harvey, Milton H. ...... . Harvey, YVesley C. ..... . Haskell, Abigail L. ..... . Haskell, Schuyler A. Hatch, Donald Ray ..... Hatch, Ira Page ........... Hatch, Randal L. ........ . Hauck, Cornelius VV. Hausenfleck, Charles Hanson, Wally ,... ...,.,.,, Hawes, Boone Roger ............156 ......157,165 ..........256 ....... ..80 ....,,. 269 ....... ..80 147 148 146 322 Hawkes, Benjamin C. ..ffffff1S6,269 Grant, David ......... ..237,316 Gannon, Margaret C. .......... 80,210, 221,241 Ganter, Jim ................................ 227 Ganter, Leo Sanford .,........ 227,269 Ganz, Joan ............................ 60,252 Garber, Edgar A. ...................... 303 Garcia, Jesus ............................ 151 Gard, Billy G. ............................ 306 Gardner, Canice ...... 32,41,137,253 Gardner, Charles A. .......,...,...,.,.. 60 Gardner, Del .............. 200,201,320 Gardner, Ethel Marie .............. 283 Gardner, John Delsey ...,.... 158,265 Gemmell, VVilliam Nl . .............. 153 Gardner, Patricia McMillan ...... 247 Garguilo, Tom P. ...............,.. 36,3gg Garnett, Robin B. ....................... . Garrod, Thomas Albert ............ 319 Garvey, Dan .............................. 164 Gatlin, L. Dana ........................ 299 Gatlm, Lou Ellen ...................... 243 Gavitt, Burton S. ................ 148,152 Gaylord, Edward R. .................. 317 ' 156 Geffs, Jolm Jacob ...................... Gei er Norman Edward .......... 150 8 , Geiser, Donald A. ...................... 60 285 Gemmell, Robert J. ....... . Genematas, Patricia Y. .............. 70 Gentry, Malcolm K. .......... 305,317 Glasgow, Louise ........,.,,,.,,.....,.... 98 Glazier, Bill ................ 174,176,180 Glazier, Louise .,......,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, 322 Gleason, James E. ........,.,.,,.. 78,154 Gleeson, Lily M. ..,, ,...,...,,,. 6 0,318 Glover, Harry ...................... 56,156 Glover, Joyce .............. 157,158,248 Goebel, Donald ........i,.,,,.,......., 158 Goda, Don ...,..........,,,,,.,..,....,,.. 176 Goede, Barbara ...... 35,158,221,236 Goeglein, Jo Anne P. ................ 249 Goetz, Richard .......................... 154 Golburg, Bill ...........,..,..,,..,,.,,.. 206 Goldberg, Bernard .............. 32,139 Goldberg, Edward ........ .....,.,. 3 09 Goldberg, Melvin ....... ........ 9 8 Goldberg, William ........ ,,,...... 2 97 Goldstein, Gerald ....... ......... 3 09 Gonzales, Gil ......... ....,,,,..., 1 76 Gonzales, Henry ......,.,..,...,,,,..,.. Gonzales, William ..48 ..............176,323 Goodale, Thelma ....... ............ 2 45 Goode, Harry D. Gooder, Donald ..... .......80,327 Goodfarb, Stan ..................,.....,. 307 Goodman, Roy G. .................... 153 Goodson, John ........., 32,39,230,285 Gordon, William ...................... 151 Goss, Darrl .,..............i,..,,.,,,,...,. 319 Goss, John VV. .... . Goss, Patricia ......... ........157,285 ............236 Goss, Roy .........,......... ......... 3 O5 Gottbrccht, James ..... ..i..i..,.. 8 0 Grady, George E. ....... ......... 2 85 Graf, Milton ..........,..,. ....,,... 1 55 Grafton, Gertrude ..... ........,... 1 63 Grafton, Margaret .................... 163 Graham, Jack ...................... 176,323 Graham, Mary E. .............. 217,255 Graham, Graves, Donna E. . .... .. Patricia ................ 234,246 ............291 246 Gray, Anne ............ ......... 2 22,237 Gray, Barbara E. .....i................ 260 Gray, Elizabeth ...... ......... 2 49,326 Gray, Laurence ..,........,............ 153 Gray, Lew .................................. 165 Greeley, Elizabeth ...... 152,157,326 Greely, Robert .......................... 307 Green, Richard ....... ................ 3 22 Green, Lawrence ...................... 285 Green, Marian O. .......... 48,156,246 Green, Milton L. ...................... 154 Haase, Ruth Ann .............,,,,..,,. 247 Haaversen, Harry ....,...,,,,.,.,,,..,... 65 Hablutzel, Caroline ...... 35,255,324 Haeber, John A. .........,.,..,,..,,,.,, 157 Haft, Richard Jay ............ 147,148, I 162,309,317 Haga, Dick ....,,.................,.. 39,293 Hague, Fred .............................. 279 Haines, Byron Dean ............ 80,166 Hainze, Ceola M. ,...............,..... 326 I-Ialcrow, Sally .................... 241,324 Hale, Marian MacDowell ..166,318 Hale, Paul Eugene .................... 154 Hall, Allen YV. ....,..................... 269 Hall, Bobbie J. ............................ 48 Hall, Bradford 80,121,135,144,291 Hall, Charles E. ....,..,...........,....,, 80 Hall, Claude G. ........................ 224 Hall, Theodore Field ,,,.,.,,.,....., 275 Hall, Will Ernestine .................. 211 Haller, Carol L. ...........,,.,.,, 80,240 Hallett, Alfred F. ........ ............. 6 5 Hallett, Harold H. ...,................ 151 Halley, Mildred L. .................... 60 Halloran, Joseph F. ............ 262, Halloway, M. .............. 210,211, Ham, George A. ...............,..,, . Hamaker, Barbara Anne Hambacher, James R. ..41,262, 280 222 ...285 310 294 Hamblin, Parley D. .................. 283 Hamel, Ann .......................... 60,326 Hamilton, Joan K. ,......,........... . Hammer, Donald F. ............... . 318 315 Hawkins, Albert R. .,.,.,..,.,.,, 65,319 Hawldns, David G ....,,.,,...,,.., 54,147 Hawkins, Ivan R. ...............,,,.,., 155 Hawkins, Mary E. ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 49,150 Hawkins, Max E. ..,., ...,.,,,,, 2 91 Hawkins, Larry R. ,,...,...,.,,,,,,,., 273 Hay, Clark M. ..,,,,,......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 65 Hayes, Jack .................... 39,262,269 Hayes, Nancy Avis .........,,,,.,..,,. S26 Hayes, Paula Louise ................ 249 Haymann, Joan .,..... ,,,,,,,,,........ 2 56 Haythornewhite, James F . ...... 155 Hazel, Wm. M .......... .....,........... Hazeltine, John Hazen, Ted R. 166 Head, Dorothy Lou 2,216,220,245 Healy, Marguerite A. .... 80,152,316 Heath, Harold M. 157,158,163,164 Heaton, lNilliam T. .................. 291 Hebbeler, Ed ....,...............,. 199,299 Heck, 1fVilliam Marshall Heckelman K Terri J ............ 35,146, 152,310,318 Heckelman, F . ...,...................... 167 Heffelfinger, Lila ....,,.,,...,, 212,256 Hedgecock, Patricia .............. .,.. 2 22 .l'IEfl1I'l, Guy B. ......,..... , Heimarm, Ernest L. .... . Helk, Dorothy D. ........ . .......154 .......247 Helms, Richard T. ...,......,........,.. 93 Henderson, Joanne L. ................ 60 Henderson, Patricia May Henderson, Phyllis Rugh .... 80,152 I-lenery, B. .....,....,.,,,,,,...........,.. 317 Hengl, Virgil Elmer ...... ......... 7 3 Henkel, Jolm H. ............ ....,.. 2 79 Henness, Shirley R. ................,. 158 Henning, Shirley Gay .............. 247 Henry, Robert Horton .............. 297 Herbst, Richard K. ............ 162,309 Herman, Betty Ann .......... 247,326 Hermann, Carolyn .........,.. 136,247 Hernandez, Baldo ........ 76,154,315 Horner, Harlan C. ...................... 93 Green, Paul L. ...................... 54,146 Greenberg, Stanley ...... 80,162,309 Herney, George Stephen .... 54,150 Hersey, Howard F. ................., 299 Heyden, Gladys I. George, Carter .......................... 290 Georgelos, Katherine ................ 316 Georgelos, William H. ............ 273 Geranrd, Laurence .................... 151 Gerlach, Albert .............,...... 80,163 Gregor, Judd F. ....... . Germaine, Marvelle .... 1 18,121,255 Getty, Donald H. ...................... 301 Getz Lawrence G. , ,,,,...,,,,,...,.... 314 Greene, Karna ............ ............ 2 46 Greene, William ........................ 271 Greenfield, Don .............182,323 Greenfield, Eleanor .................. 316 M ... Greenfield, Loretta Greenfield, Mildred Greenwood, James Greer, Milton L. .......... 149 150 282 . 160,166,260 7 r-'-' Greer, Page ........................ 304,317 Greer, Richard ....... Hersey, Nancy Lee ............ 49,326 Hess, Daruel George ................ 297 Hess, James Gordon .......... 150,154 Hess, Louis B. Jr ......... .......... 1 57 Hess, Patricia Ann ...................... 60 Hess, Patricia Morris ................ 251 Hess, Stephen G. ..,..........,.....,., 294 Hewetson, P. Ann 2l7,222,243,310 Hammerstein, Robert VV. Jr. .... 81? 29 Hammond, Lois Ruth .............. 249 I-lammond, Zeta ........................ 316 Hampton, Merle Beth .............. 237 Hancock, VVaync M. Jr. .......... 297 Hannapel, Raymond J. ...... 182,323 Hannon, Jack ............................ 291 Hansel, Harriette E. ..... ........ 2 40 Hansen, Frank ........... ........... 3 15 Hansen, Donald W. ............ 150,151 Hansen, Karl W. ...................... 156 Hansen, Kenneth F. .......... 182,323 Hansen, Roy A. ............ 65,155,291 Hanshaw, A. Alan ...................... 54 Harbick, Sandra Lee ................ 237 Harbison, Helen .......... 135,251,324 Harden, Mavis O. ...................... 73 Hardin, Baker B. ........................ 93 Hardt, William F. .................... 279 Hard David M. r Geyer, Hzu'ry J. .......... ............ 6 5 Gibbings, Raymond .............. 32,301 Gibron, James S. ....... ............. 1 57 Gifford, James C. ................ 80,269 Gifford, Sidney E. ....... .......... 1 56 Gilbert, Betty L. ..... .............. 2 53 Gilbert, Morgan .................. 44,155 Gilbert, Russell T. .................... 295 Gill, Joseph ................................ 158 Gillespie, Edna L. ...... 212,222,257 Gilley, Clifford A. .................... 305 Gillis, Angus R. .................... 80,320 Gillis, Ronald ........ ................- 3 20 Gills, Floyd M. .............. 88,154,160 Gilmour, Thomas ...................... 295 Girnbel, Rose M. ..143,154,155,251 Ginsberg, Edith C. .................... 238 Gregory, Frederick ............ 262,301 Gregory, ......,.,....... ............. 2 11 Gremmell, Robert J. .................... 60 Gridley, Jeanette ............ 58,80,251 Griffin, Floyd C. ........................ 48 Grim, Goron Frederick ............ 295 Grimes, Stanley ........................ 279 Griswold, Frederick ............ 65,154 Groninger, Robert .............. 182,285 Groomer, Ray .............. 150,151,161 Groover, Sue .............................. 257 Gross, Dorothy J. .............. 243,316 Gross, Ellen M. ........ ............. 2 53 Gross, Lawrence ........ ............. 3 O9 Gruber, Melodee ................ 143,249 Grundstedt, Henry ...................... 86 eryang, L. .................. 149,152,165 Hickman, Robert Lee ........,..... 314 Hicks, Sally M. .................. 211,260 y, ' , J ................... 60 Harelson, Hugh .... 138,141,159,297 Harp er, John .............................. 327 Higbee, Richard E. ............ 39,283 fl1gCl0l1, Robert L. .................... 297 High, Lucille A. ............ 54,157,247 Hightower, Shirley A. ........ 60,318 Hilke, Robert VV. ...........,.......... 319 Hill, Ben G. ................ 30,44,80,297 Hill, Billy James ....,......,........ 43,65 Hin, George R. ..... ............ 3 2,285 Hill, John T. ........................ 86,157 Hill, Mary Lou ............ 39,211,241 Hill, Patricia L. .................. 157,251 35 Harper, Merel F. ....... ............ 1 50 Harline, Gretchen ...................... 216 Harpst, Toni ........................ 39,253 Harris, Dave .................. 33,419,267 Harris, Fred L. .......................... 271 Harris, Isabelle B. ....... ............. 1 61 Ilarris, Lavern Dale .................. 269 Harris, Richard .......................... 275 Harris, Shirley Jo ..39,146,158,318 Harrison, Bettie E. ............ 249,326 Hart, Dick L. .............................. 73 Hart, Jerome P. ..... ......... 3 17 Hart, Jolm R. ............................ 291 Hart, Tom L. ............................ 273 Hartman, Carolyn Susan .... 98,249 6.. Hilleary, Sharon Ann ........ 112,251 Hines, Genevieve Shirley 211,214, 216,220,222 Hines, Mary L. ........,. 210,211,212, 216,220,222,245 Hing, Ally Ong .... 65,153,154,155 Hinkley, VVilliam E. ............ 73,301 Hinrichs, Ronald Fred .............. 291 Hirsch, Avrum M. .............A......., 80 Hitchcock, Clayborn M. ..167,198, 199,272 Hoag, Hal VV. Jr. ...,.,.,........ 54,297 Hoag, Harriet H. ,,.,,, ..,..,. 2 57,326 Hobbs, Jolm S. .........,....,...,. 80,296 Hobbs, Katheryn J. ............,,...... 253 Hobbs, Peggy A. ....,................. 165 Hockings, James ll. .... 65,156,275 Hoekings, Jolm E. ....,... 54,146,275 Hodges, Frederick G. 176,225,287 Hodges, Mary V. ..................... f253 Hodkins, Barbara F. .....,.. 167,247 Hoffman, Helen Jean ...........,.,.. 165 Hoffman, Suzanne Irene ..254,326 STUDENT INDEX-CCOntinuedQ Hundley, Rose tLareeJ .,...,.... 283, 310,316 Hunger, Suzanne ...... 32,33,41,114, 136,151,250 Hogan, VVilliam F. ,.....,,,... 182,200 Holaway, Betty Ilelen ....,... 60,261 Kelly, John R. ......., 32,175,177,299 Kelly, Larry Lester .......,.,,....... 314 Kelly, Thomas ......,,............ 194,290 Kelly, Thomas M. ..... .............. 5 4 Kelly, William H. Jr. ................ 297 Kembel, Hollis K. ..................,... 54 Kemmeries, VVilliam Kemp, Janet T. ..... . Kendall, Sallie Glide F. 32,39,187, 189,190,287 49,253 253,324 Holder, Frank S. ......................,. 54 Holden, WVaync M. ............ 154,156 I-Iolderby, VVm. T. ..............65,151 Holladay, Beth ........ ......... 4 9,283 Hollenbeck, Loren .................... 148 Hollensteiner, Robert .,.............. 296 Holman, Gene Paul .................. 274 Holmes, James Craig ..30,43,44,54, 146,150,284 Holmes, Martha H. .' ............. 60,237 Homar, Dau'leen .,...................... 211 1'Iommerding, 1Vallaee J. .......... 182 Hon, Jack N. ............................ 299 Honea, Bob ..167,184,185,189,190 Hood, Kenneth Bernard .. 2 ........18.. ....30,43,54 Hood, Thomas Stanton Isaacson, Beverly T. ...,..,..... 80,316 262,291 Ja-ka, may ..,..,.... 41,134,137,213, Hook, Raymond Stanley .... 54,146, 147,148 Hoover, Herbert ..............,......... 271 Hopkins, Julia ............... ........ 2 61 Hopkins, Vera Louise ..........,... 251 Hordiner, Philip ........................ 303 1'10I'lTlill'll1, Vaughn ..........,. 199,272 Horning, Charlotte I. ,...... 166,324 Hornncy, Skip .,.................. 146,299 Horowitz, Eli ...,....,..........,..,. 54,315 Horowitz, Paul 80,149,151 Horsky, Carol Joy ............ Horsley, Dorothy Jane ,161,315 Hunt, Bruce C. ........................,... 54 Hunt, Dorindry H. .................... 245 Hunt, E. Sandel ............ 41,262,264 Hunt, Elizabeth ........................ 324 Hunt, Harold D. ..,.. ....... 1 46,274 Hunt, Helen R. .......................... 80 Hunt, Lee G. ..,............. 66,156,327 Hunter, Derk ...................... 297,317 Hurd, Philip S. .........,.................. 54 Hurley, Norma Roberta ............ 253 Hurst, James H. ,.....,,,............... 301 Hurt, Stanley ............................ 230 I-Iurtado, Florencio E. ................ 49 Hussey, P. A. .................... 156,265 Hussey, Lindley P. ............ 152,153, 154,160 Huston, David Bradley .....,.. 54,156 Hutchinson, Otis H. ................ 151 Hutchison, Sally Elizabeth ...... 237 Huyck, John L. ..,................. 70,153 Hyde, Carolyn .................... 210,257 Hynes, Sharon E. 135,221,250,324 - I - Idler, Arthur Alvin .,.................. 317 Ijams, Carl P. ..,........... 60,153,134 Ince, Virginia C. ........,,........ 80,252 Inco, Jolm C. ..............,........... 138 Ingham, Margaret J. ........ 149,150, 151,244 Ingle, J. ......,..,.... ............ ..l67 Ingles, D. ............. .................. 1 94 Irwin, Jolm XV. ................ 43,44,73, 153,156,305 Isaaca, M. .....,............................ 220 Isaacson, Elizabeth R. .............. 316 Isbell, James B. .........,.......... 66,277 Islas, Oscar H. ............. .... . ..194,315 Ivenz, Frank A. .................... 49,289 ,I-. Kendrick, B. ....................,..,,..,,, 167 Kendrick, Joan ..........,... 70,167,251 Kennedy, Howard L. ................ 314 Kennedy, Jac ............................ 165 Kennedy, John Joseph, Jr. ........ 166 Kennedy, Patricia L. .......... 80,261 Kennelly, John T. ..,................... 285 Kenner, Katherine J. ............ 60,282 Kenner, Lee .............................. 194 Kenney, Suzanne Helen .... 39,119, 121,247,318 Kenworthy, Janet ...................... 236 Kerfoot, Nadean ........................ 248 Kerman, John ................ ......... 1 98 Keiin, John Winfred ...... ......... 2 69 Kean, B. ....................... ......... 2 22 Kean, Kathryn M. ..... ......... 3 21 Kern, Marie T. ....... ......... 3 21 Keifsh, Patricia ................,......... 316 Kesling, Pete C. ........,............... 142 Kessler, VVilliam John .............. 297 ...,..146,316 151 Horst, Betty Ann . .... ,.......,.. Horton, Alby ......... ..., 3 0,80,253 216,220,234,244 Horton, Bill ............. Horwitz, Daniel ..,..... .. Houck, Laric G. ......,,, . Hough, Ann ............,....,.... Howard, Beverly Paula .... Howard, Lindsay C. ........ . ........1911 ........150 ........307 ........247 ........259 .227,269 Kitchens, Ralph .... 152,154,156,199 Kieckhefer, Gretchen G. ...... 30,253 Kiefer, Richard ..........,.,.,..,,......... 88 Kichler, Ferris Beth .......... 151,152 Kight, Mary Ann ...... ....,........... 7 2 Kiker, Henry A. ..............,.,, 149,150 Kileullen, 1Vm. J. ..,,. ,.,.... 6 6,273 Killinger, Kenneth ......,.,.......,... 182 Kilpatrick, Beverly ..........., 143,253 Kimberlin, June Cowell .......... 275 Kimberlin, Larry Lee ....,.,,,,,,,,,, 164 Kimble, Mzngaret Catherine .... 326 Kimble, William Earl ...... 33,75,76 154,299 King, Roy Edwin ,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 164 Kiniski, Eugene .........,.,,,,..,,,,.,, 182 Kinneab, Barbara L. ..210,219,257 Kinney, Gloria ..,... 146,167,211,316 Kinney, Richard E. ..,.,,,..... 139, 142 157 Jolmson, Janice Sue ............ 98,324 Johnson, Larry R. ................ 54,317 Johnson,Leo .... 44,184,185,186,189 Jolmson, Lois M. ................ 158,321 Jolmson, Marjoine F. ........ 222,324 Johnson, Marjorie R. ..162,236,252 Johnson, Roger E. .... 177,185,186, 189,191,192,193,200,299 Jolmson, Rosalie M. ..............,... 241 Johnson, Ruth ...................... 60,247 Johnson, Sammie .......... .......,.. 6 0 Johnson, Thomas W. ........,......... 66 Johnston, Barbara Mae ,,.. 134,218, 241,324 Jolmston, Charles R. ................ 284 Johnston, Cornelia ........ ........ 2 47 Johnston, James H. .................. 287 Johnston, Kathryn .................. 43,44 Johnston, Patricia Ann .............. 241 Jones, Celia P. .....,....,,.............. 316 Jones, Claude H. Jr. .................. 88 Jones, Donald W. ........ 163,164,273 Jones, Do1'othy C. .................... 246 Jones, Edwin C. ..... ........ 1 50,158 Jones, Eugene ........... .............. 7 0 Jones, Ethel Lillian ...... .......... 6 0 Jones, Fred B. ...................... 98,304 Jones, J. Paul, Jr. .............. 154,271 Jones, Lincoln D. ................ 66,150, 153,154,155 Jones, Merietta S. ...................... 60 Jones, Mary.Evelyn .................. 166 Jones, Miriam M. .... .. .,..... 60,324 Jones, Richard D. ..... ...,..... 3 05 Jones, Robert Percy ...... ........ 2 81 Jones, Ruth F. .....,..... ........ 1 48 Jordan, Allie Beth ........ ......... 2 48 Jordan, Frank K. ...................... 270 Jordan, Lawrence XV. .......... 54,281 Jordan, Thomas P. ,........... 151,156 Jordan, William C. Jr. ........... ...307 Joyner, Dorothy .... 54,210,220,318 Judson, Robert ..,....................... 279 Juliani, Gerald .......................... 278 Juliani, Nancy ........... ......... 2 54 - K - Kaacs, Jean ........... ............ 2 61 Kabelin, Harry .................. 150,319 Kachnic, Joe E. ........................ 319 Kaestner, Robert David ............ 151 Kain, Roy B. ............................ 290 Kain, Sidney L. .............. 187,189, 190,191,273 Kaith, Irving ...,.,,......................... 88 Kalsman, Michael .............. 149,304 259 Kamp, Mary Carolyn .....,....98,245 Kampc, Edward A. ,...,,......,. 60,320 Kane, Peter L. .............. .......... 8 0 Kinnison, John E. ...,....,,.....,.,... . Kirby, John G. ............,...,........... 80 Kirkpatrick, Craig .....,..........,... 327 Kirman, John G. .,54,196,199,286 Klatt, Gerald R. ......................,, 319 Klein, Elmer J. ..,,,.........,,...,,.,,,, 289 Kleinman, Rex ........,.. ..,....., 1 99 Klament, William C. .....,.,......,. 182 Kline, Marilyn ,.,.,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,, 2 58,316 Kline, Patricia Ann ,.....,...,,,..,,,,, 241 Kaplan, Esther Do1'is Kline, Ted D. ..,.,,...,,,.,,, 49,226,273 Howard, R. Stanley .................... 65 Howard, Victor Lyle ,,,,,,...... 88,293 Howard, William ...................... 182 Howell, George M. .................. 304 Howell, Jack ...,,,,.,...,,.. 187,189,199 Howell, Peter E. Jr. .......,.,.. 65,287 Howes, Elizabeth Irwin .... 249,324 ........-30, Howlett, Marilyn Louise 134,246 Jackson, Arthur ...................... 66 Jackson, Bill ..,........................... 297 Jackson, Dud ,............ ........ 1 99 Jackson, James J. ........... ........ 2 73 Jackson, Lewis T. Jr. ..... ,..... . .155 Jackson, L. Keith ...................... 279 Jackson, Mary F. .............. 222,310 Jackson, XVilliam Donald ............ 54 Jacobs, Richard A. .................... 305 Jacobs, Daniel J. ................ 150,160 Jacobson. Peyton C. .................. 49 Jakobowski, Richard J. ...... 147,148 James, Cecil XV. ............ 80,138,268 James, Ted .................................. 60 Jantzeh, Robert A. ........,........... 273 Kaplan, Gerald .............,............ 309 Klineburger, Chris R. ,......,,,,.,,,. 156 Jardine, Theodore P. ..16O,161,319 ....,..138,159 Howsare, Ann ..,.,,..... ....... Hubbard, George XV. .,.... . Hubbzu'd, Lee VVallace Huber, Benjamin G. ..,..,. . ........257 305,317 166,305 ..........60 Huck, Mary Jean ,.....,..,...... 164,261 Hudack, David ................ 3254.320 Huebner, Arthur ...................... 322 Jarvis, Bob ................................ 199 Jeffries, Boyd L. .............. 262,271 Jenkins, Edabeth P. .......... 237,316 Jenkins, Elsa L. ............ 60,152,155 Jenkins, Virginia M. ....30,41,162, 212,222,257 Jenney, Lloyd ,.......,........... 200,201 Jenney, VV. Leb. ...................... 157 Huebner, Raymond M. ............ 282 Huffman, Robert A. ,..... ...,,....... 1 55 Hughes, Shirley Jean ........ 150,246 Hughes, Wlilliam H. ...,.. 66,153.154 Huish, NVaync 179 Jennings, Terry Jenson, Frank H. . ,,......,..,...228,299 66 153 Jepson, Jeroni m Jimenez, Raymond .................... 32 Tom Jr. ...f35,150'161i207 1 a o, Sam .......................... 154 72 Johansson, Nils .......................... 219 Kaplan, J. ....,.....,,.,,.....,............. 104 Kaplan, Selig .....,. ........ 3 2,939,303 Karns, Jack C. ........ ............... 1 82 Kart, Michael Ivor .................... 308 Kartchner, Mark M. ...... 32,282,320 Kartclmcr, Max J. .......... 32,283,820 Katz, Joan Lila ....... Katz, Sidney ......,..... Katz, Yetta Helen ..... Kaufm an, Tave G. .,.. Kay, 1Villiam Edward Kazy, Theodore J. ...... . Keating, Carolyn A. Keating, Paul ......... .... .......,149,261 .....,.48,239 ...,,,,,309 135,217,254 .........86,157 Keating, Ray ..........,.., Keddie, Douglas 'W. 200 .........80,262 Keefe, Frank E. Jr. ....,... ..66 Keefe, Dick ,....,... ..,... ............ 2 1 10 Kluig, Frances .............,,...,,........ 316 Knaggc, Marjorie L. ..,,,.,,,,....., 158 Kneip, Jacque Jean .................. 261 Knerr, Shirley E. ..13-5,143,257,324 Knight, Charles XV. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 86,281 Knight, Ralph H. ,..,........,,,,,,,,,.,, 76 157 Knoll, George Charles ,.,,..,,,.,,,, Knotts, Donald VV. ,.,,,, ,.,,,,,, , Knowles, Earl Hardy , ....,,.,,,,... 286 .297 Jolm, VVilliam ....,........... 39,262,289 Keefer, Lee Myers .........,.. 228,299 Anne .,........ 29,35,41,139, Johnson s 159,210,245 Keene, Jay B. , ...................,.,..... 150 Keep, Alice ........................ 212,257 149,152 Hulet, James F. ,... .......,...... 3 15 Hull, Carol Ray .... ....... 1 51,324 Hull, Frank ........... ........... 2 98 Hull, Robert L. .......................... 54 Hull, Patricia ............................ 253 Hull, Stanley K. .................. 80,298 Hummel, Anne S. ..41,l46,156,237 Hummer, Howard Ilenry .......... 80 Humphrey, Carol C. .................. 60 Humphrey, lyiarshall ............ 49,298 Humphrey, Thomas F. ...,,......... 76 Keeton, Mary Jane ...... Keevan, Patricia Ann Keller, Roy Alan ........ 257,512 252 162,222, .324 ,159 Johnson, Barbara Mae .,.... 222,247 Johnson, Betty Jeane .......... 49,241 Johnson, C. L. ....,..................... 297 Johnson, Caroline ...... 129,210,249 Jolmson, Frank L. .................... 160 Johnson, Fred H. ...................... 268 Johnson, Harold E. Jr. ........ 70,164 Kelley, Marjorie ..,. 212,214,222,257 Kelley, Patricia .................... 80,257 Kelly, Charles Edward ............ 300 Kelly, Edith ...,....,.........,.......,... 250 -357- Koenig, Paul E. ..,,,,....,. ,,,,,,,,, 1 56 Knox, Arthur F. ....,.,.. ...,,,,,,,, 5 4 Knox, Carolyn Ruth ..,,,.,,,,....,.,, 326 Knudson, Bonnie .......,.....,., 247,324 Koenig, Paul ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 152,159 Konecky, Ronald .......... 81,124,309 Kopel, Edward .,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 309 Koplin, Myra R. ..........,,,.,.,.., 81,261 Korver, Dcwayne D. .......... 156,278 Koss, Charles R. ...,..... .,.......... 3 00 Kosta, Marcia .......... ....,...,... 2 60 Kosta, Sondra L. ................ 259,261 Koukal, Jane Ann ,..,.,,,,,,,,,,...,,,, 316 Kramer, Hugh T. ..,........,.. 262,275 Kramer, Robert M. Jr. ...... 162,319 Krause, J. .......................,.... 167,320 Krichman, Myron ,......... 88,150,160 Krnipotich, George .............,.... 320 Krinpotich, John ....... ....,. .5-1,146 Kroger, Robert D. ..,... ..,,.,,,., 5 4 Krumlauf, H. E. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 52 Kuck, David L. ,,..... ......... 8 6,157 ......,.......182,323 Kulinovich, Arra ..... ......... 6 1,256 Kunde, Lloyd E. Kuher, Roland G. Kupper, Henry F. ,,..,.,..,.,.,,v,,., 146 Kurz, Jolm Matthew .... 88,150,270 Kussrow, XVayne ........,............. 166 Kyle, Chester .,..,... ,,,,,,,,A,A 6 6,93 Kyle, Dick .............. ,.,..... 1 99 Kyle, Herbert Lee ....,. ....,.., 1 53 STUDENT Leenhouts, Thomas M. ,...,,...... 285 Lefferts, Edward A. ..,..., . Leflang, James R. ......... Leftault, Charles J. .........., . Legters, George R. ......,.... . .,.....287 .......160 194,317 ........305 219,256 Leininger, Barbara Ann .......... 253 Lemons, Van Buren ............,..... 251 Lenhardt, Roger F. ............ 228,299 Loman, Alice ..................... Lennon, Bernard ...................... 291 Lent, Barbara ...................... 39,255 Lent, virginia ...... 1e2,212,222,256 Lalir, Herbert E. ,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, 70,198 -L- Lachapeele, Philip F. ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,., 81 Lackey, Richard J. ........,.,,,,.,,,,.,, 54 Ladd, Thomas A. ,.,,,,,.,,,.,,,.,,,. 315 Ladomus, Geoffrey ..,,,,,,,,,, 146,285 Lahmann, A. Fredrick .......,,.,.,, 285 Lahmann, Susan ...................... 248 Laird, Clyde XV. ...... 88,93,15O,160 Lamar, Hedgcr ..........,... 49,146,267 Lamar, Barbara Ann ..152,157,316 Lamb Basil .... 66 150 1 1 1 4 Leonard, Daniel ................,......, 322 Leopold, Marilyn ...................... 241 LePine, Robert ,........ ,........ 8 1 Letcher, Charles ............ ......... 6 1 Letson, James M. .............,......., 291 Le Vasseur, Nancy Lee ............ 237 Levine, Nancy ........................ 35,81 Levkowitz, Jack .................. 135,303 Levorio, Florencio L. ..,....... 66,151 Levy, Deborah Ann ...........,,..... 260 163 Levy, L. ................................... . Levy, Seymour Paul ...... 33,73,302 Lewellyn, Jack R. ..66,153,154,155 , c 1- .... , , 5 , 5 Lamb, Bumie M. ,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, 66,151 Lamb, Lawerance ...,,,,,,,,.,. 163,165 Lamb, VVarren Mead ..162,194,277 ' 267 Lammey, Neil C. ..................... . Lance, Drew R, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 73 Lander, Patricia ...,,..,.. ,..,,.,.,. 6 1 Lane, Jacquelyn P. .,.. ........ 2 37 Laney, Lynn M. Jr. ....... ........ 2 79 Laney, Zelda ......,,,,...,.. ........247 ......86,154, Langdon, C. Jane ,.,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,, 251 Langley, Mary Louise ...... 148,255 Langlois, Adrian C. .... 148,166,289 Lanser, Taffy ...,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 255 Lansing, Bob ....,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 157 Lansing, Bronson C, ,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 271 Laos, Paul Ernest ....,...,.....1,,,,,., 292 Lara, Ethel Diane ...... 222,282,321 Large, Robert H. .....,.,,,,,,,..,A 61,279 Larkin, Charles H. .......1.,...,....., 317 LaRock, Adelard L. Larriva, L. Francis .... Larriva, Frank . ........ .. Larsen, Ann W. .... . 146,230,301 ....,..,.73,161 Lewis, Avron .................,..,....... 158 Lewis, Carolyn D. ,...,... 61,146,149 Lewis, James D. .....,............ 54,299 Lewis, Jane E. S. ..... .............. 1 62 Lewis, Jolm .......... ................. 3 20 Lewis, Nanci ...,........................ 249 Lewis, Robert VV. .......... 54,262,305 Lewis, Roger ................,..... 138,159 Lewis, Russell L. ........................ 61 Lichtenstein, Joan .................... 239 Liebel, Patricia ..61,210,211,261 Lievrance, Pat .......,.......,...... 54,157 Lieurancc, Lovell B. ..........,. 76,154 Light, Audrey ...................... 70,249 Lillevig, Joan ...................... 255,326 Lillie, Edward M. ....... .......... 2 66 Lilyeblade, Ted ....... Lindamood, Sam ....,,..............,. 205 Lindenau, Gretchen ............ 61,247 Lindley, P. Hussey ............ 154,159 Lindstrom, Margaret ........ 164,216, 222,246,325 Linstrom, Dorothy Joyce ..151,260 Lingafelter, John VVm. McGregor, Donald T. Larsen, Jerry XV. .,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,, 2 92 Larson, Barbara .,.............. 162,253 LaSalle, Mary Louise ,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 249 Later, Ralph VVi1ford ,.,.,,,,,,,,,, 297 Latourrette, Corinne D. ...... 81,159 157,304 Latum, B. ,,,... ..,..,,,,,,,,..,,,.,,,,,,,, , 317 Lauver, Andrew D. ...,.......,..,.,. 291 Laveen, Walter ,,....... ,,.,.,.,,..,,, 2 97 Lavine, Nancy ......... ....... 1 51,259 Law, Glenn L. ................,,.,.,,,,. 322 Lawrason, Mary Ann ........ 213,216, 220,222,245 Lawrence, Don I-I. ..,.,.,,,.,,.,,,,,,, 279 Laws, Suzanne L. ..,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, 255 Lawson, Patricia A. .... 28,29,43,44, 70,124,149,150,151,255 Lawson, Philip WV. .................... 271 Lawson. Ruth E. ................ 166,316 Lawson, Thos. A. ..86,l54,157,279 Lawyer, Jerome F. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 281 Layn, Samuel VVarren ...... 149,320 Lazarus, Frank I. .............. 104,134, 144,262,303 Lazovich, Dushan S. ....,......... 281 Lazovich, Edith ...............,,,.,,.., 316 Lea, Nancy ............ 89,124,137,251 Leach, Edith M. ...................,,,,,,. 61 Leader, Charlotte S. ...,.............. 159 159 Listeman, Judith Lee ........ 255,325 Little, Alfred W. ...................... 156 Littrell, Jimmie Arnold Livengood, William ..............,... 194 Livingston, James ........ 66,153,155 Lizardi, Panfilo .......................... 66 Lochaby, Charrison VV. Loftfield, Patricia ...................... 261 Lohr, Donald ............................ 289 Lombardo, Charles ...... 66,153,307 Long, Carolyn .....,.................... 249 Long, Joseph A, .............,...,......,. 66 Longenbough, Richard ............ 148, Lopez, Laura .... .. 166,317 ------ 1 Lopez, Arthur .,..................,.,...., 55 148 321 Lo Presti, Frank ..... Lorance, Donald ...,, Lorance, Joe .. ...... ,... ..,. , ,. ....,.....267 249,267 Loudermilk, Richard .,.............. 291 Love, Patricia ............ Lovekin, Willian ....... Loveless, NVilliam ....... Lovett, Vernon F. .... . ..........241 .......152,159 .......151,320 .......262,279 Low, Somei .................................. 61 Lowe, Ann .................. 216,220,245 Lowe, Robert .............. Lowry, C. Halden ...... Lowry, John G. .......,. . ..............299 177,199,323 Leader, Ralph ............... .....,.. Leahy, Maiuleen Ann .............. 253 Lebeau, Frank .......................... 182 Lebeaux, Charles ,,.,.,,.,.........,,,, 158 Lee, Chuck .............. 32,38,134,146 Lee, Frank ..,..,,........,.,., 88,150,160 Lee, George A. ..............,,,....... 319 Lee, John Henry ...,,,.,,,,.,,,, 146,266 Lee, Josephine T. Lee, Matthew V. .......... 66,153,314 Lee, Mamie ,.,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 61 Leece, Florence L. ...... Leenhouts, James 162,253,325 Lowry, Gene ........ .......,......... 2 99 Loy, James .................................. 66 Lucas, Donna Dee .... 155,212,257 Lucas, Jack .......... 86,150,154,279 Lucas, Keith C. .................... 70,160 Luke, Barbara J. .....................,.. 249 Lumpkin, Jana L. .............. 166,818 Lundquist, Phyllis N. .,........ 98,242 Lunger, Harold L. ...,....,........... 164 Luscher, Joan ......,... ......,.. 8 1,255 Lusk, Marian ........ ..........135 I N D E X - CContinuedQ 4- D Lutich, Bill ......,...........,..... 189,273 Luz, Babette ..149,152,155,161,165 Lyddon, Phillip ........., 162,167,301 Lynn, Austin C. ........................ 323 Lyons, Joan ......... .......... .... 1 6 6 Lytch, Edna ..........,............. 98,163 - Mc - McAleer, Lucv Anne ..222,252,326 McAllister, Dannie Richard .... 153, 155 McAllister, Gaynell .................. 165 McAnally, Richard Lee ............ -315 XfIcCaffre Patricia y. - .--.-... McCall, VVilliam M. .........,.. 49,267 McCarron, Patt. Jr. .................... 318 McCarthy, Francis Quinn .......... 81 McCaughey, E. H. ...................... 55 McCaughey, WV. F. .......... 151,161 McCauley, Barbara J. ......,....... 247 McCauley, J. Bruce .......... 172,177 McCauley, Don ........................ 293 McCay, Sabra Ellsworth .......... 254 McClain, Keith E. .................... 273 McCloskey, Ann Patricia ........ 249 McClure, Julian H. ,........... ...... 1 54 McCormick, Fay Ruth ...... 211,261 McCracken, Molly ............. MeCray, Ernest ..,.,,.,.,. McCreary, Robert ....... McCreast, B. ...................... . MeCrum, Arlene C. ......... . McCrum, Richard C. ........ . McCullough, Clay E. ...... . .......257 .......149 .......279 .......104 249,158 .......290 McRae, Don J. ....... .....,.. 2 83,320 McRae, Dona Lee .,,.. ....,....,., 2 83 McRae, Lynette ....,. ..,,.....,., 2 83 McRae, Nancy B. .,,.,.....,,., 222,257 McSweeny, Marie ...............,..,. 325 McVVcnie, Fred ,,...........,.. 227,287 McVVilliams, Thomas D. .... 55,317 - M - Maca, Paul D. .......,..,,....,......... 274 Macaulay, Donald .................,., 320 Macaulay, Ellen R ............... 247,325 MacBride, Mary Elizabeth ........ 61 MacDonald, Lewis S ................. 298 Mace, Edward Vincent .............. 166 Macey, Bruce ........,..... 146,147,278 MacKallor, DeVVitt C., Jr ......... 153, 154,155 MacKay, Helene Jeanette..252,326 Mackinnon, Donald B ............... 297 Mackintosh, G. James ....,..,.,,..... 153 MacMillan, Donna ........ MacNee, Jean F .......... Macnider, Angus ....... MacRae, Nancy ..,,...,.249 237 42 .,.fffff249 Macris, George ....... Madala, Susanne , Madrid, Susan E ............... 32,43,44, 61,102,321 Madsen, James D ....................... 297 Maguire, Patrick J ................. 61,815 Mahoney, Danna VV ................... 214 Maier, Joseph C ................. 154,156 Ma emson, Patty Ann ................ 255 Maloney, James U ......... ...,..... 3 01 165 Maloy, Jolm Owen ......., ........ 2 74 Malter, Lawrance ...................... 98 Mandel, Rose Ann ....................,. 239 Mandelbaum, Jay Wm ....... 146,302 McCurnin, Thomas XV. ,.,.........,. 93 McDaniel, Dana Jane .......... 98,237 McDonald, D. ....,.................,... 182 McDonald, Herbert H. ...... 49,151, 156,160 McDonald Jim .......................... 290 McDonald Sally Lee ................ 240 McDonald McDowell? VVillard R. 281,151,320 William Wallace .... 32, 162,285 McDuff, Jack ............ 30,32,43,l59, 207,262,298 McDuff, Midge ............ 39,213,254 McDuff, Sidney S. ........ 44,86,230 McFarland, James ................ 49,267 Manes, VV. Joan .............. 81,112,247 Manofshy, M. B .................... ,,... 6 1 Manson, Lillian Ann ..............,... 246 Mansur, David L .............,.,....... 285 Mantle, Mary Laura .... 142,216,245 Manzano, Carlos R ............. 148,319 March, Marcia Mae ............ 162,246 McGhee, Harold D. .................... 55 McGill, VValter Taylor ...... 276,314 McGinnis, Barbara K. ...... 135,143, 25 1,325 McGlamery, Patsy Ann ............ 240 McGovern, Charles E. ...... 312,319 McGowan, Mary' Josephine ...... 318 314 McGowen, Ben N. ................... . McGrady, George B. ................ 319 McGrac,l olm L A , 1 . ......,..,..... . McGrath, Sally, .......,.......... 257,324 ......275 Marenda, Dale E .,..................... 76 Markham, Maureen ............ 246,326 Marsh, Cody ...................... 104,269 Marsh, Margaret Harper ............ 261 Marsh, Paul ...............,.............. 166 Marsh, Sheila ...................... 135,251 Marsh, VVilliam A ................. 66,153 Marshall, Nancy C ............. 251,325 Marten, Donald B ........ ............ 4 9 Martin, Charles J ..,.,.........,........ 55 Martin, Donald M ..................... 158 Martin, Freddie E ......... 177,179,323 287 McGregor, Michael Seyster ..., Mclnerney, Joan ................ 102,255 Mclntosh, Gail Marie 134,241,325 Mclntosh, Marilyn .................... 326 McJunkin, Jimmy .................. .... 5 5 McKend1y, J. B. ........................ 164 Mclihann, Jr., George G. .... 66,156 McKinney, Frances ............ 32,149, 150,151,241 Mcliinney, Jo Ann ............,.....,. 255 McKinney, VVilliam Alan .......... 86, 153,154 McLaughlin, Jolm G. ................ 288 McLean, Ronald E. .........,.......... 66 McLernon, Bobbie ............ 216,220, 222,245 McMaster, Lloyd A. .................... 81 McMuller, Hugh ....,. ,,....,... 1 94 McNabb, Fred .......................... 304 McNabb, Kathleen E. .... 43,44,81, 102,156,257 McNabb, Margery Ann 39,210,252 McNelly, David George .... 226,272 McNulty, James F. 29,33,43,76,285 McNulty, Jacqueline ...... 32,44,151 McPhee, Carole ...,................,.., 237 McPherson, Douglas ..195,224,272 McPherson, James XV. ..55,195,272 58- Martin, James L ....... 88,149,150,277 Martin, Martha .......................... 211 Martin, Nancy Dell .................... 261 Martin, Paul E ............ ......... 1 66 Martling, Jolm E ......................... 298 Marton, Jean ,..........,.......,.......... 161 Marvin, Stanley H ..................... 55 Masek, George A ........... 81,146,167 Mason, Kay ........., 143, 162,253,310 Massey, Ralph NVayrie ................ 273 Mates, Richard S ....................... 291 Matheson, Mac C .............,......... 150 Mathis, Darlene Ray .................. 221 Matlock, Jolm Kendrie ....,......... 299 Matlock, Shirley A ..................... Matock, Robert .2 .............,. 177, 81 179 Matsuda, Kaora ...............,..,..... 149 Matsumoto, Takeshi .................. 157 Mattecheck, Molly .................,.. 251 Matteson, Earle Edward ............ 165 Matteson, Richard B ........... 225,287 Mattinson, VVilliam E ...,.,...,,,,.... 322 Matz, Norma Ruth ....,........... 70,249 Maxwell, Ellen Jane ..........,.....,. 248 ' 160 Maxwell, Neil C ...,......... ......... May, Carolyn ...... May, John L ..........,. Maynes, James ....... Mead, Jolm M ............ Meador, N. E., Jr ........ Medart, James S ....... Mcclnick, Diane ...... ....,..,.155 .........315 .....,.,.285 32 fffffffsis 257 Muenzberg, Joan ,..,,,..,.........,... 259 Medrano, Qnllermo , ........... 148,315 Mecnan, Keith ll ..,....,. 157,l58,199, 224,226,230 Melanson, John R ..,,,,.,,,.,,,, 195,296 Melaven, Donald G ...,.....,...,.,,,, 288 Mellen, Ruth Jo ...,.,....,....,., 251,326 Melie, Kenneth R .,,,,..., ,,.,..,,,, 3 14 Mendelbaum, NV. ...,.................. 104 Mendelssohn, Fred S ........... 104,309 Mendenhall, Ann ............ 35,39,248 Mendoza, Luis C .,... 88,150,160,315 Merce1', Lila Jean ..........,.,......,.. 257 Mercer, Paul W ,Y,.,,.....,........,..., 301 Mercer, Virgil Ellis ...,,.,..,...,,,.... 55 Merchant, Nancy Brite ,..,..,. 81255 Merker, Albert S ..............,,...,,.... 160 Merrill, Mary Ann .e,..,,.... ....,.. 2 47 Merritt, C. B ..,.......,.......,,........... 159 Mertz, Elizabeth Fleming,.213,255 Mertz, Joseph B .,,.,.....,,...,,,.., 66,317 Mertz, Rosalie Claire ......,... 247,325 Mesch, Jolm Kenneth, Jr ....,.,.,.. 155 Messa, Mohammed Hussain ...... 157 M essina M etteer M etteer , Margaret J .... ............... , Norman B ....... .... , Sam ., .,.., ,. .,.........,,..,. ,, Munir, T. ............ 158 237 66 Mettler, Patricia C ......,.....,,,....,. 157 Metzger, Thomas J ............... 32,317 Metzger, Samuel P .......,...,,..,..,.. 280 Meyer, Audrey Janet ..............,,.. 259 Meyer, Elizabeth Stephenie ,,,,,, 316 Meyers, Mary Louise ,,...,,,..,,.,., 237 Meyers, Vern ................,.... ,... 3 2 Michelena, Cha1'les K ................. Middlebrook, Anne C ................. 315 248 Moore, STUDENT INDEX-CCOntinuecD Richard T ......... Mora, John E .....,.,..,,, Morales, B. ....,.....,,..,,, , 86 .........55,279 ...........167 Moran, Joan Derby ...,..... .,.,..., 2 45 Morgan, Gilbert .,,.,.,....,.,..,..,,,,. 43 Morgan, Kay Suzanne ....,,.......... 326 Morgan, Ken .........,............ 149,199 Morgan, Norman L .....,.,.....,...,. 266 Morgan, Thomas McVee .... 148,155 Moring, Sharlot Ann ......,... 157,222 Morris, Gene R ............. 151,154,278 Morris, James R .........,,,.,. 32,66,287 Morris, Kenneth Lee ........,.....,,.. 61 Morris, Leo M ..........,,..,...,.,..,,,, 55 Morris, Margene ....,, 81,149,222,245 Morris, W'iley VV ...............,..,.,,. 151 Morrison, George G., Jr .,,.... 81,301 Morrison, Jack H .......,.,....,........ 61 Morse, George B ...........,...,.,. 76,155 Morton, Jean ........ ,.,,,., 1 57,158 Moss, Marijane .................. 249,325 Moss, Richard S ....,,,,...,,,....,,.,.., 320 Mounce, Louis V ...,.. ..... 4 9,146,167 Mountjoy, Robert L ........... 228,299 Mowry, Jack Palm ...........,.,,...,.,. 297 Muchlebach, Lael Marie .......,.. 118. 121,241 Mueller, John S .,................, .,.,.. 2 87 Middleton, Leslie D ......,............ 296 Middleton, Stanley Kay .,........,. 66 Mulcahy, Margaret ........ 33,39,134. 166,222,244 Mulkins, Betty May ...... 152,159,318 Mullyneaux, Honor VV .............., 320 Multer, Larry ..........,.. Munch, Mona ....... Munds, L. ............... . Milby, Carolyn Sue ..,........... 98,261 Miller, Carol ...,..,..,.....,............., 148 Miller, Charles Joseph ..,...., 195.299 Miller, Edward Jolm .......... 177,180 Miller, Everett T., Jr .,..,............ 151 Miller, Glenn E .............. ....... 1 57 Miller, Jack Garrett .....,.,. ....... 1 60 Miller, James Chris ,........ ....... 3 01 Miller, Jamille ,.,...,,.,..,. ...,....,.. 2 47 Millc1', John Edwin ,,................. .297 Miller, Judith ........................ 61 259 Miller, Marian Dolores .............. 261 Miller. Robert M ..... 49,1,46,161,167 Miller, Theo. F ........................... 315 Milligan, XVarrcn Lee ......,,........ 275 Mills, Barbara Joanne ........ 219,249 Mills, Catherine T ..,..........,... 61,261 Mills, Jolm Francis .,... Mills, Mcnla ,. ............. Minarcl, Maryanne ..... Minkler, J. .............. . . ......, 257 246 104 Minkler, Jan .......... .,..... 2 75 Minor, Dorothea ...,...,.....,....,..... 152 Mitokawa, Betty ....,.,................. 35 Mitokawa, Ray ..........,.............., 320 Mitchell, Anis .,........ 30,55,262,273 Mitchell, Beryl .....,,.....,...,.,....... 247 Mitchell, Carolyn E ..... 162,253,325 Modcll, Richard ......,................, 303 Moecher, Dean .....,......,,.....,.... 2285 Moffett, A. Larieng .........., ....... 3 18 Molina, Lillian Flores ................ 261 Monahan. T. C ......,..,....,.,.......... 291 Monier, John .................. 66,195,273 Monier, Philip C ..,.............. 224,273 Monroe. Tecky .,............,........... 249 315 Montgomery, David H ........ ...... . Montgomery, Melvin M ............. 320 Montijo, Ralph E .......,...,........... 66 Moody, Eadeue , ................,...... 243 Moody, T. 1' rank .................... 88, 160 Moore, Carol Jeanne ...... 61,210,211, 215,217,22O,244 Moore, Carlos H ...., 49,156,16O,161 Moore, Dianne R ..,.......... 32,919,151 Moore, C. Elizabeth ....,..... 143,216, 250,325 Moore, Evelyn Diane .... 81,244,257 Moore, Harolyn Marie .............. 247 Moore, Jack Curran ........,........... 301 Moore, Lewis B ............. 55,146,284 Moore, Margaret A ..................... 250 Moore, Mary Ellen .................... 147 Moore, Peggy Ann .......... ....... 3 26 Munoz, Martin ........... Murphy, Daniel R ...... Murphy, , Murphy, Eleanor Jane. Murphy James B ........ Murphy? Jolm J ............ Murphy Kenneth R ..,. 104 314 73 Denise Marv ....,... 135,316 ........270 146 Murphy, NVilliam J., Jr .,....,.. 55, Murray, David T., Jr .,...,..,.... 76,280 Murray, Edward P .,,.... ,..,..,,,,. . 164 Murray, John G ...,....... Nancy J ......,. Murray, M urtaugh, Cathy ....,.. ........226 Muzzarelli, Mary l'l ..... 149,155,253 Myers, Don Dean ...........,.,.....,.. 297 Myers, Vemon, Jr ......... 149,150,269 Myrich, Cliff ............................ 203 - N - Nadler, Harry ....... .,..,... 3 03 Nady, June ........ ........ 2 47 Nady, Paul ,................. ........ 1 51 Naeckel, Mary E ....,......... .....,.. 2 49 Naffziger, Nancy Lee .........,...... 244 Narcho, Herman .............,,....,..,. 199 Narramore, Ralph L .... Nason, Marcia J ....,..,,. Needham, Don VVelch Needham, VVilliam B. Negri, Albert R ......,.... Nehring, Arthur A ...... .......146.267 .......135,316 ..............305 ........ 278 .......,.55.297 Nelson, Joan M ................... 217,249 Nelson, Lloyd Keeth .............. 61,252 Nelson, Keith .............. ........... 9 9 Nelson, Roy A ...............,....,.,...... 267 Nelson, Stanley T .....,......,.... 66,151 Nelson, Virginia .......... ........... 2 45 Neuer, Lee S ..,......,.........,.., 217,326 Ncumiller, Martha L... Neuwirth, Fredric XV... Newberry, Marthalyn .. Newcomb, VVarner ...... Newell, Paul F ...........,. Newlin, Alice J ............. Newman, Nancy T ..,.... Newton, Arana L ......... N icely, Ron ....,.......... Nicholaou, George ...... Nichols, Albert E ......... Nichols, Lawrence C... Nicholson, Ilelen S ....... Nielsen, Don Rodney.. Niemi, Arthur M ......... 325 161,312,318 239 310 325 247 H 1 a .......305 148 156 158 61 1 a Nietert, Floyd F ......, N iewold, Donald L ..,........ 32,39,290 Niewold, Paul L ...,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 290 Nigg, Marilyn Lou ..,...,,...... 220,325 Nitchie, Noel Anne .................... 251 Nitti, Luke T ............................. 146 Nix, Jane Eloise ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,, 247,326 Nohlechek. Edw. E ........ .55.98,158 Noonan, Thomas ................ 104,291 Norick, William B ....,..,......,.. 66,156 Norman, Richard Dalton ...... 49,266 Norris, Nanette ..............,... 249,326 Norris, Richard Scott .,................ 55. 177,207,297 North, David A .....,. 81,206,231,284 North, Harry S ..,............ 21,149,281 Northrup, Charlene A ......... 251,325 Nossek, lirances L .,,,,.,...,.......,,. 239 Nugent, Anna Mary .......,.,.,.,..,. 61 Nunez, Juan ............ 81,146,148,167 Nuttall, Dixie Lee ...................... 316 .. 0 - Oakes, Richard G. ....... 49 O'Bannon, John H .....,.,,,...,, 158,306 Ober, Gerald M .......... O'Brien, Suzanne ....... .....,..285 ........256 Ochoa, Abel F ..,,..............., ....,.. 1 53 Ocker, Doris Ann ......,..,,.,.,,.,...... 247 O,Dell, Donna Jean .................. 21 1, 214,220,318 Oebike, Reinhard XV .....,.,,,... 72,315 O'Haire, Robert T .........,.,..... 81, O,Hara, Carol Anne .................. 157 237 Ohnesorgen, Gerard B ....,..,,..,,., 315 Pappas, Paproski, Steve Parato, Nieoletta E. Parfet, Burnham Tiana Bess ........ ...,.. 4 9 ........,......55,290 Park, John Nelson ........ 148,158,163 Park, Robert K .,.......,.,.....,,,,., 76,155 Parker, Elizabeth C ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 255 Parker, Gregg ..............,...., 197,199 Parker, John XVilliam ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 317 Parker, Joyce Yvon ,..... 222,256,326 Parker, Martha Ann .,.,.,,,,,,, 158,316 Parker, Mary Dott ,.,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 318 Parker, Patricia J ....,.,..,. 81,142,255 Parker, Thomas NV ..,,,,,,,,.,,,, 61,285 Parkin, Jean C ............ ,,,,,,,,.,,, 2 45 Parlett, Robert C ....,.,. ,,.,.,,,, 2 97 Parrish, Elizabeth ,,,,..,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,, 251 Parrish, Jeannine ..............., 243,316 Parsons, Carolyn ...... 61,112,255 Parsons, Patrick, Patterson, Pat ........... Patterson, John A ..... Patterson, Rob Roy... Paul, C. Paulhamus, Diane Grant A. .............,.....,. ... ,310 299 Patania, Angeline J .,....,,.....,,,,,,,, 222 Joan M ..... 155,222,234,251 ..........149,150 .....55,283,315 Gloria .............,..,........,.. 161 Paulos, Nicholas, Jr .............,. 81,300 Paxton, Margaret ...., Payne, Dorrie Annn.. Pearson, John P .......... ..........159, ...152 211 ..........249,324 318 Pearson, Mary .,..,.,,, ..,.. ,318 Peck, Ralph, Jr ...... .....,,,.., 1 77,323 Pefley, Alice ....,... ......,..,..,,, 1 60 Peirano, Arlene .............. ..,..,... 3 18 Pellicci, Frank A .,....,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 273 Peltier, Eugene T., Jr .......... Pendergast, Clarence Pendergast, Isabell .,,,. ,,,.,,, 2 53,316 Penn, Robert M .......... Penn, 1fVilliam C ...... Pepper, Janet M .,.,..,... 75 Oieda, Manan ...............,............ 43 Oliver, Gerald Alfred ...... 66,151,319 Ollason, Larry ..............,....... 55,293 Olmstead, Ray Daniel, Jr ........... 297 Olson, Bob .......................... 154,156 Olson, Dean M ....,....,.,.,,. 1,150,291 Olson, Diane V ......... ...,.,,......,, 3 25 Olson, Marianne ......,,.....,..,,,,,,,, 260 Olson, Richard W ....................... 165 Olson, Robert S .......,....... 55,164,199 Olson, Wanda .....,................ 61,236 Olson, VVilliam D .....................,, 150 O'Malley, Ann .................... 112,253 O,Meara, David Collow ............ 285 Ong, Joseph .,,,.,.,,.,,.,,,.,,,,,,, 138,159 Onorato, Bob ,.....,..,,.,...,........,., 320 Orand, Gail Broton ........,,,,,,,,.,,. 256 Orcutt, Carolyn Sue ......,........... 326 O,Rielly, Patricia ........ 42,44,81,253 O'Rielly, R. Brady ................ 55,297 Orr, Harold R., Jr ,..,.,,.,..,..,......,. 317 Orth, Paul G ..... 49,l46,151,161,163 Ory, Leland Earl ................ 146,317 Osborne, Mary Ellen ...,,,....,.,.,,.. 251 Osborn, Jack .,.....,.....,.....,.,,,,,.,, 273 Ostle, James Robert .......... 148,149, 150,153,165 Otto. Suzanne .......................... 164 Ouellette, WVilliam A ................. 81 Over, William E ............. 40,262,299 Owen, Frank L .,.......,................. 320 Owens, Sherwood B., Jr ..,,....... 104, 200,228,299 Oxnam, Janet M ................. 166,260 Oyama, Henry .............. 61,148,152 Perkins, Brayton M ....,.. ..,..,,,. 3 15 Perkins, Jo Anne ......,,.,.. ...,.,... 2 44 Perkins, Linwood C ...,,.. ,,,,.,.., 4 4 Perkins, Richard A ...,,.... ..,,,.,., 2 90 Perkins, Skip ............... ..,..,,,,... 4 3 Perlis, Alfred ........,............... 88,150 Perow, Hudson James ........ 180,323 Perraudin, George T .,.......,,,,,..... 7 3 Perrin, Georgia ........... ...,..... 1 64 Perrotta, Carl ,..,...,,. ..,.,.,,,... 3 14 Perry, Barbara J ...,,,....,.,,... 162,324 Perry, Barbara Lee .,..,..,.,,,.,.,,,.. 255 Perry, David J ...........,,.....,,, 154,284 Perry, Lowell E .,.,....,,,,,.,....,.,.., 55 Perry, Ronnie Lewis ..,,.,,..,.. 146,167 Pesses, Alex .................. 146,199,308 Pessirilo, Harold ............ 55,148,308 Petela, Stanley F ...... .......... 6 1,194 Peter, David J ..................... 296 Peters, Patricia A ........... 49,16OZ.. 317 247 Peters, Perry ..............., 142,293,315 C...66,153,154,155 Peterson, Douglas O .......... Peterson, Lloyd W .............. Peterson, Chas. .......154 ...,...298 - P - Pabst, Marilyn ........... ........ 2 36 Pacheco, Wilhelmina ,.... .....,.. 2 53 Paden, Joan Edith ........ ........... 2 41 Padgett, Ben R .,................. 151,161 Padilla, Margot S ................. 222, Page, Jacquelyn C ....... 162,241, 260 31 6 66 Paller, Emanuel Marvia ............ Palmer, Alan G ........................... 273 Palmer, Bernard M .................... .141 Palmer, C. Mortimer, III ......,... 299 Palmer, P. Earl ...................... 73,282 Palmer, Joan ........,.. .,,,... 2 43,316 Palmer, Paul E ................... 200,279 Palmer, Raymond L ........... 146,266 Palser, Janet M ..................... , ..... 261 Pann, Lawrence D ................. 55,303 Pappas, Andrew ...... ........... 3 06 -359- Peterson, Russell Clyde .........,.... 319 Peterson, J. .................... .......,. 1 89 Peterson, William ...,... ....,.,., 2 72 Petropolis, Anthony A ............ 55 Pettit, Richard L. ...........,.,.,,..,.. 269 Phelps, Lorane F ...,.....,,,,,.......,, 318 Phillips, Harry R .,..,.,....,,.,,,,,,,,, 164 Phinizy, Robert B ...,.,,.... 66,153,154 Picard, J. L ................................, 167 Pierce, Raymond V ......,...,.... 88,304 Pierson, Patricia A ..................... 246 Pilcher, D. L .....,.,,..,,,...,. 66,151,299 Pina, Mario Daniel ....,............... 275 Pine, Bonnie Eileen .......... 162,252 Pinkerton, Cherie ...................... 251 Pirtle, Robert Lynn Pistor, Michael T. ..... . 142,159,279 Pitnian, Ann Marie ....,,,.........,. 255 Pitman, Nancy Ellen 249 Platt, YVilliam E. .................. 76,155 Poehlman, Charles H. ...... ..... 3 07 Poer, Barbara .........,..,,.. ...,.... 3 21 ,,.,,,,,,,..149 Poer, Gordon L. ........ . Poliakoff, Miriam ...... .......61.259 Poling, Lee 1fValton ..,... ........ 2 75 Polk, Doroth C. ..........,..... 164,241 Pollack, Russy .............................. 300 Pollard, Barbara Anne ...... 257,325 Pollard, Bessie Mae .......,.......... 261 Pollock, Diane .,...........,............ 243 Pomeroy, Katherine Anne 210,21 1, 213,214 Pool, Jolm VVillian1 ........ 66,153,155 Pool, Mary Francis ......,. 98,162,325 Porter, Russell James ................ 151 Portnoff, Lisa .............. 143,200,325 Portnow, David ........................ 309 Pottenger, James .,.............. 262,295 Potter, Evelyn J. ....,.. .,.......,... 2 48 Potter, Molly ................. ............ 8 1 Pottinger, George E. ............ 81,278 Potuzak, Charles J. ,.....,..,............ 67 Powdrill, Quincy D. ......,..... 81,158 Powell, Edwin R. ..76,155,164,275 Powell, Martin Clark .,,............. 278 Powers, Donald .......... 281,317,322 Powers, George B., Jr. .............. 228 Powers, J. P. .............................. 299 Powers, John G. ............,........... 296 Powers, Mary I-Ielen ..., 212,222,257 Powers, VVilbur D. ..,................. 155 Powles, William Earl .......... 67,298 Prater, Bob Grady ,,............ 146,167 Prather, Jim H. ........ . Pratt, Suzanne J. ...... . Pretzer, Fred ......... .. Pretzer, Norman ......... ......182,323 ......159,246 .,.......28,299 Prevo, Harriet .............................. 81 Price, Arthur J. .................... 81,277 Price, Esther Anne ...,.. 143,162,252 Price, Nancy Ann ..,..... 221,248,326 Procter, VVilliam H. .................. 151 Proctor, Norma L. .......,...... 149,246 Pruner, Orin .......... ............. 2 68 Prusha, Juanita ..... ............ 6 1,261 Prusha, Lois .......,........., 98,164,261 Puelle, Flonnie ......... ' ................. 2 50 Puelle, Wm. Knox .................... 272 Puente, Gilbert .........,.., .......... 3 15 Pugnea, George V. ............,......, 315 Pulido, Carlos D. .................. 88,273 Pulido, Fernando D. ................ 273 Pulliam, Clarence T. Jr. ..,..... 156, STUDENT INDEX-fC0ntinuedj Redacre, E. Anne ...................... 237 Redden, Melvin L. ........ 61,151,154 Redfield, Jolm M. ................ 39,281 Redmon, Norma J. ..,.....,,........,. 318 Reed, Frank ................ Reeder, Ann Louise .... Rees, Janet S. ............ . Rees, Paul G. ............. . Reeves, Betty M. Reeves, Gordon ....... Reeves, Margaret ....... Refsnes, Janice M. .... . Re an Frank S ..... g 1 - Regen, Ezra J. ........... . Regester, Charles L. .39 146 167 216,21i,2si .......163,164 ............164 .......251,326 181,138,159 Reich, Morton D. ..88,149,150,153 Reich, Paul Frank .......... 32,55,147, Reidy, 283,315 Daniel ............ 32,33,41,289 Reidy, James B. ........,..... 32,55,158 Reikian, Jim .............................. 194 Reimann, Mary Anne .................. 76 Reinhard, John W. CBillJ ........ 149 Reinhart, Anne Gibson ..,... 99,149, 221,243,316 Reis, Robert H. ........................ 289 Rentz, Carolyn ..........,... ......... 2 46 Reppert, Donald A. ...... ......... 1 56 Renter, John Harow .................. 225 Reynolds, Alfred S. .............. 61,293 Reynolds, Jolm C. .....,........ 148,158 Reynoso, Arthur R. ...... 67,153,315 Reynoso, Elisea J. ...................... 86 Rhoads, XVilliam Franklin ...... 165 Rhodes, Lynn .......,.................... 292 Rhodes, Raymond L. ................ 149 Rhodes, Tom F. ............ 49,291,297 Rice, Curtis W. ..... . ..................,. 81 Rice, Janet Clare ...................... 256 Rice, Richard Lee ................,... 322 Richards, David C. .... 179,180,323 Richards, John F. ..,......,............ 320 Richardson, James J. .......... 160,163 Richerson, Judith L. ........., 163,261 249 279,317 Pullen, Virginia ............ 81,312,321 Purdy, Jerry .......... ................. 2 06 Purla, Sam C. ..... ............. 1 49 Purvin, Sara .......... ......... 7 0 Putnam, Norma ........... ....... 3 25 Pyzel, Frederica M. ..... ....... 2 55 iQ... Quiggins, Frances Leota ,... 148,324 Quigley, Don W. ...... 41,29,200,228 Quigley, Geraldine E. ......,....... 250 Quigley, James .................... 39,289 Quinn, James H. ........................ 81 Quinn, John Clayton ................ 286 Quinn, Robert L. ........ 149,150,320 -R- Rabb, Donald F. ....... . Rabenhorst, Arthur L. Rabinowitz, David ..... .......146 133,309 Ragle, Richard Stanlee ...... 88,149, 150,277 Ragsdale, James S. .................... 317 Rahm, Arthur H. ........... ,..161,295 Raisch, Virginia Lydia ...... 150,326 Ralph, Roland W. ...................... 61 Ramsey, Jacqueline H. .............. 325 Ramsey, Jolm D. ................ 226,272 Randolph, Charmion Fay 152,l59, 221,316 Raticoff, Gerald Donald ........ 146, 148,308 Raticoff, Marsha Joy ........ 135,239 Raver, Janet Lou ........ 142,155,251 Rawhouser, Joan Claire ............ 222 Read, Edgar M. .......................... 61 Read, James O. ,.......... .......... 2 68 Reade, Frank L. ....... ............. 3 14 Reekart, Donald J. ............ 149,293 Rector, Benjamin H. .....,.. . .139,295 Riehtars, Jolm B. ....... ............ 2 73 Richter, B. ................. ......... 1 67 Ricks, Arthur W. ....... ........ 8 1 Riese, David ........,...,.. ........,..... 3 9 Riggs, Helen Scott ...................... 55 Riggs, James F. ........,..... 55,147,148 Riggs, Rita ............,................... 244 Riggs, Robert E. .... 32,149,150,283 Rise, Thomas E. ......................,. 275 Rinkenberger, Malcolm J...104,279 Risher, Gordon ..................,....... 320 Risher, Robbins ...... 41,200,202,32O Rittenhouse, P. .......................... 195 Ritter, Gail .......................... 137,247 Roach, Patsy .......... ........ 2 34,241 Roads, Mary Ann ...................... 256 Robbins, James A. ........ 89,149,150 Robbins, Joseph Shelby ...,........ 285 Robbins, Phil A. ........................ 291 Roberts, Eleanor P. .... 135,143,251 Roberts, Jared Sibley .............. 159 Roberts, John F. .......................... 81 Roberts, Kent Charles .......... 55,278 Roberts, Shirley .........,........ 247,318 Roberts. VValtcr A. .......... 49,98,267 Robertson, Harry A. .,................ 322 Robertson, Martha ..,,................ 247 Robertson, Martin Phillip ,.,,.,., 268 Robertson, VValton .................... 297 Robinette, Glen ...... 55,146,265,320 Robinson, B. ..............,............... 167 Robinson, Jimmie C. ....,..,.... 81,314 Robinson, Patricia A. ...,.,.......,.. 166 Robison, Patricia Diane ............ 245 Robles, Robert B. ...................... 315 Robles, Sylvia Ann ........ 55,157,248 Robredo, Delia M. .................... 260 Robson, Robert K. ................ 88,154 Roch, Ruth J. ..........,................. 325 Rochin, Rosa L. ............ 98,148,325 Rodriquez, Mario B. .......... 148,152 Roediger, Bob ........... ............ 2 05 Roen, Jolm B. ....,.... ...,...,.... 2 90 Rogers, David B ...,....,,....... 265,320 Rogers, JoAnn L. ....... ......... 2 83 Rogers, Keith F. .........283 Rogers, William W. .......... . .82,153, 155,292 Rohrer, Dorothy A. ............ 149,250 Roisson, Richard S. .................. 149 Rolan, David E. ......... ........... 3 01 Roley, Peggy J ........................... 326 Rollins, Morris H. .........,....,..... 319 Romero, Esperanza F. .... 35,61,321 Romo, Shirley I. .........,........ 81,236 Ronstadt, Karl G. ....,........... 49,297 Ronstadt, Richard .................,....,. 88 Roper, David H. ............,... 67,150, 151,154,320 Rose, Benjamin ......,................. 293 Rose, Marilyn J. ...................,..., 151 Rose, Virgil L. .......................... 156 Roseboro, Raymond .................. Rosen, Harry ............ 43,55,262, Rosenberg, Barbara A. Rosenberg, Jolm H. .... 142,200, Rosenberg, Ruth Ellen .... 44,61, Rosenblum, Robert H. ........... . Rosequist, Kay L. ........ 32,149, Rosewag, May E. ..................... . Ross, Constance Ann ..149,150, Ross, Lowell N. ....................... . ..55 275 ..61 287 239 158 150 157 151 300 290 Ross, Sam S. ........,.................... . Rothschild, Jennie D. ........,...,.. . 249 Rothschild, Lowell E. .... 33,43,303 Rounds, Elbert E. .................... 307 Rourke, Julia T. .................. 166,260 Row, Annon ............ ............. 8 2 Rowe, Anne C. ........... ..,..... 3 25 Rowe, Richard A. ....... ........ 3 19 Royal, Robert .....,....... ........ 1 59 Royden, Thomas S. ,..... ........ 2 87 Roylston, Richard N. .... ....... 7 6 Roylston, Robert O. ,..... ....... 7 6 Rubalcava, Hector ..... ........ 3 19 Rubenstein, Lester S. ..... ........ 1 57 Rubin, Myrna H. ....... ........... 3 18 Ruby, C. .................................... 214 Rucker, David P. .............. 182,323 Rudi, Harold E. ...... ............. 6 1 Rudolph, Jay ............................ 300 Rudolph, Royal W. .............. 82 ,235 Rufer, Ann Marilyn . ,... ............. 3 16 Rugg, Robert E. .......... ........ 3 15 Ruhlin, Jeanne L. .... ,,... 3 26 Ruiz, Joe A. ......... .....,....... . ...88 Rukkila, Reino A. ...................... 151 Rumie, Rose M. ............ 39,157,236 Rumizen, Arthur J. .................... 308 Rumney, Russell E. .,.. 199,230,285 Rundell, Daniel J. ...................... 81 Rundell, Paul .............................. 93 Rundle, Kathryn K. .................. 147 147 Rundle, Orville A. ................ 55, Rusch, Daniel J. .........,.. 67,152, 155 Russell, Bobbie M .............. 242,316 Russell, James L. .................. 67,156 Russell, Richard K. .................... 67 Russell, Robert J. ........ ........ 1 51 Ruterman, Ernie R. .................. 278 Rutkowski, Phillip T. ........ 182,323 Rutledge, Robert L. ......... ....... 2 99 Ryan, George ............................ 286 Ryan, Howard Robert .............. 297 Ryan, Leo T. Jr. .................. 73,161 Ryan, Nancy Jean ............,. 250,325 Ryan, Patricia A. ........................ 245 Ryan, Patricia Mae ............ 51, Rykken, Vtfalther R. .... 146,165, -3- 269 Sabala, Virginia I-I. ..... ......... 2 60 Sainz, Louis Jr. ......................., -514 Salyer, Thomas P. .................... 279 Sam, Donald A. .......... 182,301,323 Sammans, Baird Jr. .................. 297 Sammarco, Joseph A. .......... 55,146 Sammons, Daniel ................ 76,155 Samuel, Jeanita ......... .............. 7 3 Samuel, Mary Louise ................ 316 Samuelson, Gene H. ............ 82,165 Sanchez, Leon V. ....... ........... 2 91 Sander, C. Dann , ...... ........ 1 60 Sander, E. M. Jolm .............. 61 153 Sanders, Ben J. ............... ........ 1 42 Sanders, Douglas R. ....... ........ 1 58 -360- Sanders, Marilynn .... 35,39,1 12,256 Sands, Frederick R. .................... 82 Sandoval, H. .............................. 167 Sanford, Joanne M. ............ 158,326 Sanner, Harold Lynn Jr. .......... 286 Sarbey, Martha .......................... 321 Sargent, Fred Richard ........ 86,154, 157,262,296 Sargeant, Marilyn .................... 157 Saucer, Eugene F. ...................... 55 Saunders, Frank L. .... ..,......,.. 6 2 Sause, Michael J. ................ 55,288 Sawyers, XVilliam O. .................. 98 0 Sayler, Galen Harley .................. 8.. Sayler, Mary Lou ..,...........,.. 7 Sayre, Ann ........................... .......6L. 49,255 Sayre, Frederick J. Jr. .......... 82,147 Seaman, Howard W. .................. 33 n Sehaaf, Joan Carolyn ..............,. 316 Schaehner, Julian .................. 39,303 Schaefer, George McCord ........ 70 Schaefer, Jill E. ........................ 247 Schafer, Vida Ann .....,...... 234,258 Schaffer, D. ............... .......... 2 11 Schaffer, Scott P. ..... .............. 2 79 Seharbau, Ann ...... ......,.... 3 9, 148, 213,222,255 Scheans, Dan ............................ 166 Scheifele, Kathleen ,,............ 82,237 Seheliekes, E. ............,.,............. 166 Scherr, Dale R. ,... ................ 6 2,284 Schetter, Tommy Jewett ,... 167,182 Schilt, Barbara ...................... 62,250 Sehlotzhauer, Dale C. Schmidt, Edwin H. .... ............ 4 1 Schmidt, Edwin V. ............ 262,277 Schminke, Sally Ann ..............,, 316 Schneider, Marilyn ........,... 148,261 Schneider, Stanley J. .... 81,158,309 Scholey, George Arthur .....,.... 148, 157,320 Schoonover, XV. Clyde ...,.......... 298 Schramm, Dick E. .............. 151,154 Schroeder, Carl E. .............,........ 67 Schuff, D. .................................. 189 Schuff, Dave A. .......... 185,193,296 Schuler, Bonnie ...,.,....,... 81,538,244 Schuller, Brice VV. ...... 142,144,159 Schultheis ohn R ' , J . ..,................ . Schulze, Carolyn Beth ..55,326 Schulze, XValter H. Schuman, Shirlee Ann Schwake, Hellman WV. Schwartz, Barbara ...... U67 ... ..........82,241 Schwartz, Roland James .......... 157 Schwartz, John Joseph .............. 166 Scholey, George A. ..,......... 152,320 Schworer, VVilliam J. .......... 56,284 Scott, Charlyn K. ........ 162,222,325 Scott, Daniel John ................ 67,314 Scott, Douglas E. ...................... 163 Scott, Joan Dee ............ 62,210,211, 216,217,219,220,244 Scott, Vern .....................,...,.,.... 320 Scott, Virginia E. Scrivner, Archie J. ..............157,251 ..49 215 249 Scully, Janice .............. ,.. ,- Seabury, Sarah ................ 43,44,56, 114,124,251 Seaney, Hendrik ,.....,........ ......... 2 87 Seay, Elizabeth L ............... 211,214, 215,219,249 Sebree, Riley Anne .............. 81,257 Seehnist, Carl S. ................ 264,314 Seely, Jolm C. .............. 88,150,160 Segulsa, Peta ............................ 267 Selesnick, Arthur I. ..........,. 150,160 Senner, George F. ....,,. .....,.... 1 54 Serbin, Arnold L. ......,,.... .....,, 1 50 Serbin, Bernard ..............,......... 150 Sergeant, Marilyn ....,.,,,,....... ..,.. 1 48 Severinghaus, N elso n Jr. .......... 86, 137,154 Sewell, Phyllis M. ...... 152,159,316 Shafton, Robert M. ....,... 41,81,309 Shanahan, Daniel F. .......,..166,276 Shannon, John H. ................ 67,154 Shannon, Stanton .,.,....,.,,,, 161,320 Shapiro, Rozann Lois ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2,39 Sharbow, A. ......,...........,.,.,,,,,,., 213 Sharp, Dorothy H. .............. 82,261 Stewart, Nancy .......... ,......255 Sharpe, Patricia Ann ...... 1 Shaw, B. Diane ...,.................... 211 Shaw, Prank ..........,.....Y............. 142 Shaw, Joanne A. .,.,.... 135,222,241 Shaw, Lawrence C. .................. 301 Shaw, Martin .................,.... 204,205 Shaw, VVarren C. Jr. ..,............... 67 Shear, Charles ,.,, ..... ...... 1 5 0,160 Sheehan, Pat .Y.,..........,.....,. 211,240 210,216 ..67,151, Silbersehlag, Ralph E. ,............- 286 Townsend, Robert F. ......,...,..., . Sheets, Donald Ray Sheliclces, Elizabeth Shellenberger, Mary Shelly, Jacqueline ...... L. .... . ...35 41 155,257,325 Shelton, Jolm E. ........................ 273 Shelton, VVillian1 H. .................. 291 Shepard, Adele Rose ........,. 149,316 Shepard, Kaye Gloria ........,....... 62 Shepherd, Earnest .....,...........,., 319 Shepherd, Jolm M. .,............ 66,157 Shepherd, R. E. .....,...,..,........... 157 Sherman, Barbara ...,..,.,..... 239.316 153 Sherod, Henry VV. Jr. Shevick, Murray .........,. ..,,...309 Shields, Clyde E. ...... ..,.. 5 39,304 Shiffman, Gary ....... .......... 1 82 Shiffman, Nancy ............,......... 316 Shillings, Floyd ................,, 180,323 Shirley, Joseph ...........,..,.,......... 320 Shoemaker, Tommy R. .,,... 151,194 Shoenhair, Martha ................ 56,222 Sho1't. William ,,,..,. ................... 3 00 Shoup, Barbara Lcc .......,.,..,..... 237 Shown, Frank S. .....,...... 49,146,266 Shufflebarger. Pat .,...............,.. 236 Shull, Alice Mae ........,.....,... 56,157 Shupe, Reta M. .,.................. 81,251 Sidel, Philip S. ............ 146,199,281 Sides, Diane ......................... 21.236 Siegel, Jeanette ................... f ..,.. 318 Siegle, Dorothy Joan ................ 246 157 Sierakoski, Joseph 0. .,........,.,.. . Sierra, Tony N. ,,,..,..,... 88,149,150 Sievwright, Carolyn Sievwright, Ralph .,........,......... 155 Silas, Sherrill ............... ....,..182 Silver, Bertram S. .............. 146,303 Silverstain, Lou ........................ 195 Simley, Jim ....,.,..,........ 195,224,272 Simmons, B. ,............,.. .............. 1 63 Simmons, Carolyn Ann .............. 212 Simmons, Jolm M. .................... 315 Simmons, Marilyn L. ..,..,... ..62 571' Simmons, Paul C. . ............. - ,319 Simons, Billie .......,... Simpson, Simpson, Simpson, D. ............ . Simpson, James .... Sims, Gordon . Sinclair, Betty .... Sinclair, Murray ..........321 Albert F. ,...... ............. 2 81 Cordia G. ...........,.. 67,153 293 237 298 IffQQ1157Q .......162, Sinelaire, Vifilliam .......... 320 Skaggs, Don ................. .. .--.--- S14 Skipworth, James E. .................. 305 Skousen, VVilliam J. ............ 283,322 Slate, llarvcy .................. 32.56,-297 Slater, Janet ........................--...--- 62 Slattery, Timothy L. . Slaughtery, Alan ....,..,. ,, ,......... 164 Small, Pat ................ --.---4. 8 2,248 Smetana, William ...-. -.---------- 8 6 Smit, Martin Jay Smith Barbara ...... 293 .......302 .......162 Smith, Carolyn ......... .........- 2 60 Smith Charles P. ..... .......--..-- 2 93 Smith Charles R. .... ..,.,. 1 56,315 Smith Charles S. ................-- 56.279 Smith, Clarence .........,.. 73,189,305 Smith, Cleo ......... ...--.---.------- 2 40 Smith, Dixie .... ......-.-.------- 2 83 Smith, Emily ....... .......---.--------- 1 51 Smith Frances .............. 32.39.12-0, 151,222,239 Smith, Franklin ...........,....,. 142,295 Smith, Frederick S. ..........A... 76,155 Smith, Gayle ................ 39,189,299 Smith, Geneva ....... ........... 6 2,167 Smith, Glenn ..... ............... 6 2 STUDENT INDEX-fC0nti1meclQ Smith, Fred Jr. .............. 150,160 Smith, John ..........,....... 199,225,237 Smith, Lola J. ......,. ..,....,. . .246 Smith, Martha ......,..,.....,.......... 167 Smith, Maryanna .,,,....,....,........ 165 Smith, Pat J. .................. 82,136,241 Smith, Reginald ........................ 300 Smith, Richard M. .................... 317 Smith, Robert E. .......... 67,150,153. 154,155,159,289 Smith, Roger L. .......... 162,297,323 Smith, Sidney ........... Smith, Stanley ..,...... Smith, Ted Kurtz ...,. Smith, Thelmer ...,. Smith, Smith, Theresa .... Turner .......... Smithcran, Wlfilliam 3 Smoot, Snider, Betty ..,.,...,..,. Mary Jane ..,. Snook, Fred .,........ Snook, Shirley ...... Snow, Alma B. .... . Snow, Jeanine .,..... Snyder, Leonard Snyder, Pat ........... Snyder, VVilliam .... Sochat, Frances ...... Solot, Ruth J. ......... . Solot, Sanders K. .... . Sonenblick, Jerry ..... Sorensen, Christine . Sorter, Rovert .......... Soto, Alberto ..,......,. Southworth, Tom ..... Sparkman, VVilliam . Sparks, Joe ..... ........,.. Spaulding, Ann ....... Spear, Spence Tom .............. r, Margaret Spicker, Steve .....,.... Spiers, Evelyn ...... Spies, XVilliam ...... Spitzer, Murray .... .......293,294 .........,..67,297 2,189,319,323 ..,,.,..,...98,163 ...........269 .......256,324 .........82,245 .........98,325 ......,,..,279 .........62,260 ........... ..56 Sonnenschein, Marjorie ......., 62,321 262,265 ...194 199 286 .........62,148 ............56,297 2,282,153,241 ,,,,.,.,....82,286 .......150 Stevens Ra , Y --'---v--- Stevens, Robert . ....,.. Stevenson, Betty ...... Stevenson, Daniel H. Steward, Robert R. ...........207 .......297,319 .......l48,150 Stewart, George ....... Stewart, John .......,.. 32,75, 149,150 Stewart, Marjorie Stier, VVilliam .............. Still, Robert ................. Stille, Jolm .................. Stinson, Geraldine 288,149,298 .........62,327 Stipek, Shirley ............ 218,249,326 Stivers, George ..... St. John, Walter .......,.. Stockdale, John ........... Stoeckel, John ..... Stocktol, Irving .........,.. Stokoe, Frances .......... Stone, Barbara ............ Stoops, Thomas D. ..... . Storch, Kurt ..........,...... Spivack, Richard .. Sporer, Anne ....,.... .,,..,,...,... 302 ....,..254,324 Sporleder, Susie .....,.. ......... 6 2,256 Spray, Stanley ......... S Springer, Margaret Sprott, Robert ..,,,,..... Sproul, Robert ...... Squire, Don ........... Stagner, Louise ....... Stagner, Mary ........ Stallcup, Karin ......... Standage, Douglas . Stanek, Robert ......... Stanish, Tom ..,...,.,... Stanley, Prina ........,. Stanton, Allan .... Stapp, Richard .... Stark, Eunice ...... Starkey, Jim ....... Starr, Jolm ..,.... ........ Stasand, Claire Stauffe 1-, Robert 'ffff Stebbings, Anne ....... Steel, Frank .............. Steel, Steele, Steele, George ..,...,. 8 Carolyn VVarren Steinhauer, Eugenie . Steinheimer, David .. Steininger, Lou Ella. Stephens, Barbara Stephens, Ray ...,....,. Stephenson, Anna .... Stern, Martin ............. Stern, Robert M. .... . Stetson, Frank ........, . .,.,.. 146217, 251,324 ...........281 .......104,293 .......241 . ....... 321 ......,.,...41,277 30,-49,213,255 ....59,180,169, 190,273,325 .....,.254,316 .....9s,158,515 ..........215,24H ..........150,155 8,149,150,277 2,139,222,255 257 ......43,67,151. 154,262,277 236 318 .......1S0,299 ..........1o4,240 Maris ........ 62,215,219,249 Steven, Kathleen ..... Steven, Stevens, Stevens, Stevens, Joan ..... Stevens, Joseph .... Bob .............................. 320 1' ehx .. ...................... 67 .......222 .......268 Storey, Suzann ..,.. Stormont, John .,... Storts, Martha ...... Stout, Dana ........,. Stout, Nancy . .... ........ Stover, Elizabeth Stover, Janet ....... Stowell, Jean ........ Strassburger, Marjorie Strasser, William ,....... Stratton, Charles .,..... Stratton, Lee .....,... Straus, Charles . Streets, Robert ....,...... 262,150,272 .......148,153 249,243,316 .38,146,177, 180,199,285 ..............249 ...........,..166 .......257,324 1 .,..... 56,146 ...........321 .,............245 149,163,261 ........82,210, 220,244 ...........182 ...........284 .........93,317 154 .32,150, . , 156,207,279 ..............150 Strittmatter, Dolores St-rittmatter, Mary Lou ............ 149 Strittinatter, Robert .....,.......,150 Stroud, Jewell ...,.......... Strouss, Charles .,,,..,..,,. 76,155,301 Strowbridge, Nancy .......... 237,316 Struthers, Burton ......,. 154 Stubbs, R. C. ............. . Stubler, Eugene .......... Stunz, Catherine ........ Sturm, David ........ Stute, Irene ....... Stutz, Robert .... Styris, Paula. ........ . Suchow, Phillip ......... Sudhalter, Marvin ...... Suite, Jack .................... Sullivan, Charlotte ...... Sullivan, George ....... Sullivan, Pat ............ Sullivan, 1fVillia1n ...., Sullivan, Zena ....... Summers, Amo ..., Sundt, Harry NV. Sutterly, Jack ..,,... Sutton, James ....... Swaim, Carol ........... Swaney, Audrey ...,... Swanick, John .. ...... . Swanson, Earl H. Swanson, Niles ,..... Swanson, Norma Swartz, Mary ........ Sweeney, Harold Sweet, Emelyn ....43,75,298 136,213,254 .......199,304 .........33,240 ........246 ...,.,,.148 . ,..... 88 .....,.....261 ..,....247,325 .....,,,,..157 .........98,250 287 320 M1947 ,317 .,.........283 ........146 .........98,247 146 166 318 Sykes, Buddy ............................ 279 Sykes, Georgiana .... 82,152,159,250 Sykes, Joceyln ,,.,..,............. 164,316 Szewezak, Theresa ..................., 316 Szutowicz, XValter ....., - T - Takvam, Anne K. ...... . ........161 .........98,321 Talmage, Harry Reed .,................ D6 160 Tang, George C. ................ 150, T anita, Minoru ......,.. Tart, Carlie B. .....,.. . Tarzian, Edward ...... Tauber, Barbara ....... -361- ...........149 .........82,165 239 Tauber, Joan ..... .......... 7 0,239 Taylor, Bob E. ..... ........... 1 61 Taylor, Elizabeth .... ........ 3 16 Taylor, Jesse R. ...... .......... 8 2 Taylor, John M. .,.... ........ 1 49 Taylor, John R. ........ ......,. 1 49 Taylor, Keith D. ...... ...,.... 3 01 Taylo1', O. James ,... ........ 3 04 Taylor, Vance ,...... ........ 2 93 Taylor, WV. VV. ....,...,.,. ,...,. 7 0,149 Tayllor, 17Vallaec G. ..... .,,.......... S 2 Taylor, VVilliam R. .,.. ...... 6 2,148 Teeter Stanley M. ..,....,. ........ 3 19 , Teitelbaum, Irwin Teitelbaum, Marion n .......7o L. .... .,.,... 7 3 Termaat, Edward ........... ........ 1 82 Terman, Earl ............. Terrell, Robert G. 49 321 ........302 9 Terry, Barbara ....................., ,I - Terry, Keith ,,,,,.,,,,,.,...., 86,154,157 Tervazas, H. ............,.............,... 311 Te Velde, Sonja .................. 149,150 Thames, XVoodrow K. ...,............ 67 Therriault, Eva A. ......,.. ........ 1 58 Thoeny, Bruce C. ,.,,.,.,... .,,.,... 2 S6 Thomas, Barbara R. ....... ........ 3 26 Thomas, Dorothy J. .................. 222 Thomas, Jacqueline .................. 241 Thomas, Joan VV. .......,......,..,.... 241 Thomas, Martha .,......,... 39,234,257 Thomas, Patricia ..134,158,247,325 Thomas, Robert G. .................... 166 Thomas, Susan ............................ 32 Thompson, Annalyn .,.....,.......... 246 Thompson, Edwin H. L. ............ 56 Thompson, Georgia ....,..... .,...., 6 2 Thompson, Gordon M. .........,,... 306 Thompson, James B. ....,........... 160 Thompson, Jody ..,...,.....,... 139,144, 159,218,254 Thompson, Ned ...,,,,,......,......... 195 Thompson, Robert R. ..56,164,290 Thompson, S. .,..,..,,..........,...,.... 104 Thompson, Ted ...... 30,262,272,284 Thompson, Zoe P. ...... 135,162,316 Thomson, Quentin R. ................ 73 Thrayson, Harvey E. .......,........ 320 Thurman, Earl R. ..........88,150,160 Tice, Terry N. .................... 158,163 Tidmarsh, Peter A. ......,....,........ 290 Tidlwell, James M. ...... 146,150,265 Tieinroth, Karen S. ...... 134,246,325 Tihran, Guido ............................ 165 Tilden, Charles W. ..,......,.....,...... 82 Tilt, Robert C. ............,....... 137,166 Tipling, Kenneth Titus, Joseph P. Jr. C. ................ 156 .. ...... 67,151 325 Tobey, Ann ................. ...,.... Toland, Florence ,.,.....148 Tolby, Ann ...,.......,.................... 256 Toles, Shirley A. Tolleson, Leon H. Tolley, James .... 4r 321 224 298 3,67,230l262:286 Tolliver, Eleanor ......,....,.... 152,318 Tolson, Bradley A. ...... 29,43,44,56. 163,200,202,278 Tompkins, Irene S. ...................... 62 Tonz, Jolm Joseph .........,....,,.... 180 Torgersen, Edward I-I. .,86,154,157 Torgersen, Robert ..............,,,.,. 154 Towne, Margaret A. ................ 250 Towne, Richard S. .,.,...,.. 32,111,292 1' owner, Dallas T. ,.............,,.,,.,. 82 Townsend, Mary Ell en ...... 155,316 ..67 Tozer, A. Janey ....,..... 162,211,318 Tracy, Betty XV. ., Tracy, Susie ..........,. , ..,....,,.,,, 218 Traficanti, Al J. ...... . ........ 277 Trainer, Robert J. Jr, ,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,, 277 T I'klI1111161l, Joel H. ...........,....,... 315 Travis, NVarren D. ........ 86,137,157 Treat, Charles E, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 56,300 Treat, Charles J ......,,.,.,,,,,,,,,, 82, Treat, Lariene ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 82, Treganowan, David 283 Treganowan, Dwight C. ,.,. 305,317 Tremblay, Alice M. 62,l49,l55,240 Trittipo, Harvey .,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,, 277 Troeger, Mary Jo 134,149,150,246 NVoreester, Kenneth .... Trohan, Carol M. .......... 39,135,256 Tronolone, Victor J. .................... 82 Troth, Manlyn ................,......... 249 Troutt, M. Kenneth ....,. 62,184,292 True, Robert ...................... 104,293 Truscott, Donald E. .... 149,150,320 Tucker, Sterling .......... 146,167,272 Tunnicliff, Ann D. ....,. 2 Turbow, Jacquelyn M. 222,238,325 Turnbull, Cathryn J. ........ 1 18, 12 1, 255,326 Turner, John ............... ........... 1 99 Turner, Samuel VV. ...... ........ 2 93 Tussey, Jolm .............................. 200 Tuttle, Donald Ernest ..............,. 73 Tuttle, NVayne H. ........ 197,198,320 Tyler, Mariel G. .......................... 50 L U - Udall, Elizabeth ......,................. 210 Udall, F. D. .,........................ 76,279 Ude, George E. . ..... 88,150,160,315 Udell, Betty L. ............ 30,42,44,50 1 56,213,222,255 Uhrik, Edward .................... 67,320 Ullam, Burle ........ 1 72,180,312,323 Underwood, Norman ........ 148,152, 155,158,165 Upson, Arthur G. .......... 88,150,160 Urrea, Irma Amelia .... 148,156,321 Utke, Ronald ............................ 268 STUDENT INDEX-fcimcliidedp VVaeseh, Herbert M. .... 62,163,165 ' 211 Wfagner, Louise .... ............ . ....... NValdbu rger, E. R. NValden, James ....... 1Valden, Joe ........... Xvalker, Anita J. ....... . XValker, 292 ....:::ii:163 89 149 Bruce ...................... , 1Vil1liGl', Dennis M. VValker, Don F. ....... . VValker, James S. .... .. XValker, J. F. .......... . VValker, XVilliam ....... Wall, George W. ............151,315 .........150,322 301 ........56, VVall, Katherine ..........,...,......... 326 Wallace, Patricia ................ 234,243 VVallace, Robert J. ...............,.... 299 NVallace, Robert M. ..... ......... 1 57 Wallace, VVayne K. ..... ...... 1 57 VVallendorf, Don R. ..... ...... 1 82 XValte1's, Kenneth R. ...... ..., ...... 2 9 2 VValters, Robert J. .................... 151 VValton, Suann ................ 44,62,254 Ward, Bryon ....... 150 WVard, Douglas WVard, Jammy Su VVt1l'kOI'l1Sk1, James "NI Warneke, John E. NVarner, Fred G. ..... . Warner, Grant E. ..... . VVarner, James .......... VVarren, James J. Warren John ..... Qfflfl fffQ1QfQ62Q12l7Q2s5 166 ......151 . ..... 315 ......,......298 98 . .,....,... ,276 1Vi1SlllJI.1l'l'l, Frances A. ........ 82,248 Valentine, Harry .......... 67,151,315 -V- VVashburn, Roberta .. VVashington, Richard VVasser, Roger .......... ......268 ........... .82 156 VV est, Irene ..... XVest, Joan ............ NVest, Robert ........... ,321 326 VVestgard, Peggy A. .,...,............ 241 WVestergard, Naomi VVestlake, Doris .......... 211,222, VVestover, Harry ..............., 162, WVestover, Jolm ...... VVhaley, Joseph .....,. Wharton, Jerry .,.... Wheat, James ....... VVheeler, Claude ..... 318 300 155 317 ........,.,294 287 a , ....... .... 2 00 284 153 319 275 158 159 83 Whisenant, Joe ..........,......,........ XVhitcomb, James ................ 67, White, Alice .,........ 83,150,152, VVhite, Charles .................... 83, White, James A. ....................... , White, James R. ..... ,... . .. VVhite, Margaret R. .... ......... . White, Patricia J. .... ....... 1 46, XVhite, Robert J. ..... . .......139, 316 281 VVhite, Thayer ............................ 50 1Vhitehill, Charles ................ 32,303 YVhit1noyer, Ted .......................... 50 WVhitson, Robert VV. .......... 154,160 VVhitworth, Lewis ...... ............. 5 0 YVickham, Gerald ........ ....... 2 79 XViddifield, Virginia .................. 318 Widelitz, Ruth ..,,.................. 35,239 Wielang, Anthony G. ................ 50 VVICIICT, Arthur .,................ 151 WVightwick, Janet ..... XVilcox, Ann I-I. ...... . 1 312 ...........257 ..,....261 247 Yarbrough, Eve ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 244 Valenzuela, Andrew ............ 89,160 Valeski, Edward .................. 76,155 Van Benschoten, Peter .............. 285 Van Camp, Donald ...... .......... 7 6 Van Cleve, Joanne .................... 157 Van Cleve, Vernon .............. 50,266 Leuven, Robert .... ........ 3 19 Van Vannett, Janice Evon ................ 164 Van Praag, Jules .......................... 56 Van Riper, Anthony K. ...... 158,198 Varcke, Armando H. ................ 320 Varnava, Nick ............................ 82 ........67, VVaters, Earl ............. VVaters, Herbert ........ Vassar, Charles .................... 8 1 ,16 1 Varnell, Thomas ................ 283,315 Vasali, Virginia M. ......... . .......... 222 Vasey, Chester 48,44,56,200, 201,226,273 VVatson, Courtland .................... 159 XVatson, Donald F. ............ 206,273 XVatson, Harold ......... ....... 3 9,320 XVatson, James E. ...... .....,.,....... 6 2 VVatson, Morris ...,..........,..... 82,297 VVatson, Xvillikllfll O. .................... 50 VVatt, Malcolm R. ................ 70,297 XVaugh, Jack O. ........ 43,44,82,138, 141,144,159 VVLIWZIR, Audrey E. ................,... 242 VVilcoxson, David ..... ...... 7 3 Wild, Marlene ...... ......, 3 16 XVilhelmy, John ....... .,......... 2 84 VVilhite, Vesta ....... ....... 2 43,325 XVilkins, Julie ............................ 249 VVillekens, Rene ........................ 294 XVilliams Ben ........ 32,33,43,83,300 XVilliams, VVilliams, NVilliams, YVilliams, VVilliams, XVilliams, XV11l1t1I11S, Donald T. .......... 264 Elizabeth ............... . James ........... . ........... . Janice ........................ 1 Wanette ...,.. 158,251, Marjorie ,., ......... 221,318 Opal Lois ........ 35,62,148 Way, Donald A. ................ 137,305 VVeach, Herb ............................ 277 1fVcaver, Robert R. .............. 83,151 158 Wfeaver, VVilliam J. VVcbb, Dale F. ............ 150,160,315 Vaughn, Lois ............................ 236 Vaughn, Janyth B. ............ 240,325 Velasco, Rose .......... 62,148,166,316 Verbica, Robert G. 62,200,201,299 Verrnilyea, Earl J. .................... 280 Vest, Mary F. ............................ 241 Vick, Ralph L. ............ 154,156,159 Victor, Barbara .......................... 256 Victora, Mary Kay .................... 241 Villaescusa, Arthur ....... .......56 Voegler, Klaus .............................. 73 Von Schoeler, Joanne ................ 246 Vos, Anita ...................... .....-.. 2 G0 Vos, Marlene I. .......................... 261 Voss, Audree J. ................... 2 Vosskuhler, Elizabeth .........45 R. ..148,240 Vought, Leland C. .....................- 86 -W- Wacknov, Donna ....... ........ VVaddell, Mead ...... VVaddell, Seid .......... YVadlington, R. P. 239 ........300 .........56,297 VV ebb Neal .............. 67 151 154 1iiib6i1H. ....,. fffs6f154Qs01 319 XVebbZ Phillip T. ..... . NVebb, VVebb, Robert T. ..................... . VVebher, Charlotte D. .............. 247 XVeber, Patricia ........................ 236 XVeech, Norma .................. 283,318 VVeeks, Earl E. ..... 155 VV eil, Floyd ........ ...IfQ1fIfQfQQj14s .182 619 VVeiler, Carl .............. .., ,323 VVeiner, Bud ,.,............... ........... . 320 NVe1nesok1, B. ........................... . YVeingartner, Carl . VVeinhaus, Sheldon WVeinischke, Robert WVeisbord, Marvin . NVeissmiller, Joe C. Welch, Shirley ...... Wells, Jeanne ........ VVells, Ruthmary NVerbelow, Judson, NVerbrick, Miu'tha 1VGSCl1, Phyllis ...... 228 .67,l54,156,3l4 ........39,309 .,,..,.. .287 , ......... 326 ...............83,245 ..........30,32,41, 206,262,302 . ................ 249 ,280 254 276 325 NVilliams, Ray ............................ 137 VVilliams, VVilliam ........ 67,156,268 Willins, Donald C. .................... 146 NVillis, Byron ........... .............. 2 83 Willis, Cecil L. ..... ....... 1 61,283 Willis, James ........ ........... 1 61 Willis, Patricia .......................... 316 Willoughby, Stuart .............. 76,155 XVills, Fern ............... ............. 2 4 Wilmsen, Gloria ....... ........... 2 34 Wilson, Charles ....... ................ 5 6 VVilson, Collet ....... ....... 2 28,299 Wilson, Connie ........ ....... 1 66,321 VVilson, Cynthia G. .... .......... 2 37 1rVilson, Franklin ..... ....... 1 60 XVilson,- Gwen ........... .............. 2 51 YVilson, Harold G. .... ....... 1 51,327 Wilson, Helen ...... .............. 3 21 'Wilson, Jack .......... ................... 8 6 XVilson, Martha .... ..... 3 9,158,166 XVilson, Max ......... ......... 9 8,301 VVilson, Patricia ........................ 165 XVilson, Robert .......................... 304 Wilson, Sally A. ...... 212,257,326 Wine, Sidney ...................... 157,319 XVinfield, Frank ........................ 265 VVirc, Doris Anne ................ 39,251 XfVirtschafter, Cecilia ................ 259 Wise, Frances H. ...................... 249 VVishek, Barbara A. ...... 70,160, -362-- 241 VViser, Lavon ....... ............251 XVitha1n, Jack J. ..... .......... 6 7,153 VV1thers, Gus ................... . .......... 301 VVitmeye1', Donald ........ 62,230,294 Wfittman, George H. ................ 285 Wofford, VValter ....,..... 39,262,280 VVolfe, Jolm .......................... 86,157 VVolgast, Betty ........ VVolgast, Edward ....... Woll, K. ............... Wollan, Roy ............ VVolters, Donald ...... XVong, Lillian .,..... VVong, Tunney ..,.. XVoo, Helen ..,... .....43,44,56, 176,180,207 ..,...........304 .........320 ........318 305 WVood, Elliott .......... ........ XVood, Elwin ............................ 148 NVood, Frederick B. ............ 56,285 XVood, Helen Anne ...... 98,166,321 VVoo:l, Janet .............................. 243 VVood, Loren M. .... 41,148,156,274 XVood, Naomi ................ 98,166,321 WVood, Thomas Ralph .............. 269 WVood, VV illiam Y. VVoodford, Mary ........ VVoodruff, Joan .......... Woods, E. Joan ........... VVoods, Marshall .... 176,155,277 ........41,211, 215,222,249 ..,......98,165 104 VVoods, T. .....,....,....,...... ....... . .. .......... 67 Worthington, S. ..,..... , ............297 VVright, Claude ...... ....,.......... 1 56 VVrigl1t, Donald ,...... ........ 1 89,285 Wright, Edward ................... ....... 6 2 VVright, Jacqueline .................... 247 VVuertz, Helen 62,211,221,312,326 1fV11ertz, Howard .........,........ 50,267 WVurl, Ridgely ............. ............ 2 91 XVyatt, P. Jean ......,........,.......,..., 83 VVyman, E. Marcella .......... 151,326 'wVynkoop, Gail ........... -Y- Yard, George H. .... 32,33-,230,299 YZISSI, Carl J. ........... , Yates, Roy Riley Jr. Yeager, Richard B. Yedlin, Alen Martin... 189,148,306 151 Yewell, James B. ...........,...... 67, 7 Yoshida, Sadie Rika 3,319 222 255 Young, M. Jane .......... , ,326 Young, Jeanne ...... .,........... 6 2,255 Yrun, Oscar ........... ........,..,.., 2 01 Yunt, Jolm H. ,.,..,...... ....... 5 0,161 .. Z - Zacliry, Art ...,....... ...,,,..., ,,,,. 3 2 7 Zajee, Thomas ....., ........ 1 82,323 Zammit, Alfred ..,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 6 2, Zanot, Mike A. ....... ....... 8 9,305 Zauala, Ramona ........ ..,.... 8 3,148 Zelinsky, Joseph R. Zeller, Norman R. .... . Zender, Zengl, Thomas ........... .,.....56,297 ,.......158 322 Philip 11. .... ,.,,,., , .........275 Zero, Jeanne Eaton ............,. 83,237 Ziemer, Walter A, .........,.... 180,293 Zimmerman, Barbara Sue ......,. 164 Zinn, Mary Katherine ......,,,,,,,, 222 Zismann, Kenneth Eugene ...... 281 Zollingcr, Barbara ............,,., 62,247 P. 74 M X M mmf .f 3, W E rx an Mxs Mm F A S H I O N S . . os new os the construction GT.. ali 96 48 EAST PENNINGTON TUCSON, ARIZONA Qfzgif' Western hospitolity . . . tIf1ot's the Pioneer, of course . . . o tovorite with students ond townspeople olike . . . it's olwoys fun to go to the Pioneer tor nice otmosphere ond good food. PIONEER HOTEL Stone and Pennington -363- ,H , . I V u.:, '. ::: 5.5, ::: S a Q I H , .. :I IES Ii ,ww f - if 4-5 mm , ..... E Q ii L If is , mi 14, E mi v it we-E. 'HI -fieiigw it I-AE is-2 ef it New swam - -fe f "Ix RIDE THE RED BUSES Forcinformation on city routes and schedules PHONE 2-4668 TUCSON RAPID TRANSIT CO Your clothes are handled -with the utmost care . . quickly . . safely . . at TOM INGLIS FLOWERS TUCSGN LAUNDRY 81 2362 E. Broadway DRY CLEANERS Dial 2-4643 Tucson, Arizona Tel. 3-75II Morton Reich and Frank Lee, U. of A. Pharmacy School students, doing a little practicing at Martin No. l, closely supervised lout ot picturel by experienced Mar- tin pharmacists. Close to two million prescriptions have been filled by the Eight Martin Drug Stores in Tucson and Casa Grande . . . 364 " "- L rrtfwt 157i ,,:3 V iw Q ts ifwirlgt -'ri if lliugte-'fgskl Nifgswf 551 saws: 511225 fc, . 'MH , HE J 14-www rsgwwc. 1 , Mi MM. vf'fi31?5,,gag rt-rE'.rt,??tHz ,swf-mxwe -- W GE? wwf W3 :rf f ..,re..1fW5--- W l an .,il,,W, 4, , . nk, ,Lu ,r ,Q iw ., - .- ,. , X 2,7 , H x N ' t , i V was H C M we it jgqrisssnf , Y-1-"Mx My ' few, 2 MORENCI REDUCTION WOHXS - Crushing Plant and Concenlralor in the foreground. Bedding Plant and Smelter in the center of the pictures Tho stack at Morenci is taller than any other in the United States. he Wen' WW The past iiity years witnessed the development ol what is known as the American Way of living. American brains, American energy and American capital have changed the old way of living. Mechanized equipment has eased the labor ot mankind, production has increased, transportation is re- volutionized. Another period of progress which will dwarf the great achievements ot the last titty years is ahead. How far we go depends on how well we understand that which made the past progress possible. Better use of power resources, irnprovoment ol machines, cultivation of skills-thus we shall better that which has been done. The graduate of 1950 will be the leader of 1975. The facts learned during the past few years are the signposts directing to greater accomplishment. A great philosopher truly said that the explanation of triumph is all in the first syllable. PHELPS DODGE CORPORATION From "Buenos Diasl-Good Morning!" to Buenos Noches!-Good Night!" in the bi-lingual, bi-cultural American Southwest the INSTITUTION is ALIANZA I-IISPANO-AMERICANA Founded in Tucson, Arizona, January 14, 1894 133 West Congress Tucson, Arizona A LEGAL RESERVE FRATERNAL BENEFIT SOCIETY Member: National Fraternal Congress of America THAT ADDED TOUCH, WITH FLOWERS LANGERS FLORAL SHOP Stone 6' Pennington Dial 2-4638 BAFFERT-LEON WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. Complete Line WHOLESALE GROCERIES for Stores - Restaurants - Hotels Hospitals - Institutions - Motels Guest Ranches 15 E. 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The two pieces not shown in this photograph are a Wrap-around skirt and matching camisole. ng downtown Tucson luxurious ond modern surroundings odd to the comfort of your visit to . . . WUUMW? WMI HOTE if his N x u , H . ig ii 2 RWE K if it 1 is 1 .Q Ziggy 5 t . 515018 ,eww ,Y T QW 2? T, as HI' il Ls fgie J ss "-LT" , ,, N..,,, -, img Skeet, '-,L 3'vl'2i'rus mflim-e I O: 5-1- na .'f:S,,m Jn.. Well Known by U. of A. Students tor Over 35 Years UNIVERSITY DRUG CO. - 369 44. fl - v Y L V 1 H sive is sf g:.x.,,, M "' 1-A-3' " -,Lil , gyjqglt-gi.x .1 I I '.x for glitter- glamour- and that certain something you will always find in our lar e selec- Q tion of Paris-inspired formals. I-lORN'S iozo NORTH PARK Q neonv KILOWATT J We extend our best wishes tor success, health and happiness, to all U. of A, students and to the graduating class of l95l. . 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Fox-TucsoN and LYRIC: THEATERS gms -hmyllaws Tucson's store for discriminoting women ' Sl-IAMROCK DAIRY 'rucsoN, ARIZONA Serving: Tucson, Benson, Clifton, Morenci, Willcox, Nogoles, Ajo, Orocle, Mommoth, l-loyden, Winkelmon -373-- COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS "THE STORE WITH A FRIENDLY DOOR" nw Il iw S I E MITCHELL FURNITURE CO. -I mass Q mn The finest core for your crowning glory . . . rnonicure, shompoo, finger wove. You will look your best Otter o visit to . . . THELMA'S BEAUTY SHOP 75-119 West Congress St. Phone Z-7461 Claws Ol with ksheS Soi bee W ,C ' ofv1XuI4fL Washington at First Street Phoenix, Arizona -347.3- Duroble Concrete Dependable Service Rock ond Soncl Products TUCSON ROCK 6- SAND CO:, Inc First row-H. Morales, D. Holley, Norman Adams, H. Manciet, C. Magner. Second row-G Steele, M. Luna, B. Anderson, H. Flores, R. Taylor. Third row-D. Higgins, D. Treganowan U. of A. CO-OP in our lost yeor under student control H. Calamos, D. Ross. -375- az fx Q nm - W. ,wr A i ,ET V W' Pi .,..r.uief1" H m, ask: "Mort" .. 375 .. UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA BOOK STORE your S S M ,ffji sg 1 H u f-'AN AWUNATRUSTC U. of A. Fraternities and Soror- ggi ' ities Have Been Satisfied by Our 2 Service for Many Years. 3 Real Estate - Mortgages SQUTHWESTERN 'nsurcnce wi-ioi.EsAi.E eRooERY ARIZONA TRUST CQ. 136 North Stone s Ni N SAM R. KAUFMAN FINE MEN's WEAR X Q .i W HOTEL WESTERNER CCOK MOTGR SERVICE Seiberling Uirea aluiomofiue Jeepaira QW THMEQEJZESYMEINT TERMS Broadway at Park Phone li-0842 V A Acacia .......,...........,........... Academic Section ....... A Club, Men,s ..........,,. A Club, Womeifs ....... Activities Section ............. Administration ............,.....,. Administrative Officers Advertising .........,.,.........., Aggie House ..............,,.,. Agriculture College ......... Agriculture Seniors ..... Alpha Chi Omega .....i, Alpha Epsilon Phi ....... Alpha Phi ..................... Alpha Tau Omega ..... Alpha Xi Delta ........ Alum i Office ....., n Archery .....,.........,,,,,,,, Arizona Hall ......,....,.....,.,,. Arizona State Capitol ........ Arizona State Flag ....,.... Arizona State Flower ........ Arizona State Seal .............. Artist Series Committee Assembly Committee .,................. Associated Student Cou ncil Associated Student Officers ....... Associated Students ................. Association .................. Athletics .................... A. W. S. Council ...... A. VV. S. Officers ...... B Band, Concert ...... ....... Band, Marching ...... Baseball ...,................i.. Baseball, Intramural ....... Baseball, VVomen,s ......... Basketball ........i.,.......,..,..,. Basketball, Intramural ....,. Basketball, Women,s ...,. Best Woman Athlete ....... Beta Theta Pi ..........,.. Blue Key ..................... Board of Control ,............ Board of Publication ....... Board of Regents ....... Bob Cats ......................... Bookstore Committee ........ Bowling ........................... General Index ..........264 8 .......207 .......210 .......100 19 24 .....,.329 .......266 46 48 .......236 .....-.240 .......268 ...,...242 25 ....,..221 .......314 .......100 .......232 .......168 29 28 232 .......168 35 97 96 .......200 228 .....,.218 .......184 .......226 .......213 .......208 .,.,...270 43 .......144 .,,.,,.219 Business College ,..,..,..,.,,,., Business College Seniors ..... C Campus Chest Committee ....... Chain Gang ....,,......,.,,,.,...,,,,, Chi Omega .......,...,... ,,,, t ,.,,, , Christmas Week ...,.. Cochise Hall ........ Colleges Section ...... Cross Country ...... D Dean of Men ..........,. Dean of Women ...... Delta Chi ...,.............. Delta Delta Delta ....... v... Delta Gamma .....,..,. ,,,......, Delta Sigma Phi ,........,... V ....,,,,, Desert Mermaids ......,......,,.. Desert ........................ .... Desert Dance ................. Desert Queen .................... Desert Queen Finalists ....... Desert Section Editors ...... Drama uCoodby My F ancyv .,... .. "School for Husbandsi' "Yellow Iacketv ............ .. E East Stadium ................... l ......... ....... Education College ................... ....... Education College Seniors ....... Election Committee .............. Engineering College ................. ....... Engineering College Seniors ...... ..,.... 51 53 .X 3-3 41 244 106 315 45 231 22 22 272 246 248 .......274 .......222 .......134 120 119 118 136 108 109 110 57 59 32 63 65 Extension Division ................ 26 Fine Arts College ........... 68 Fine Arts Seniors ............. 70 Fountain Committee ..........,.... ....... 3 0 Fraternities ............................,..... 263 Fraternity and Sorority Dances 124 Fraternity Queens ..................... ....... 3 10 Freshman Basketball .....,...... 194 Freshman Class Officers ...... Freshman Football .......... y.. Football ........................... F. S. T. ................. . 36 182 170 41 G Gamma Phi Beta ............... Gila Hall ....,....,....... Glee Clubs ............... Golf .........,.................... Golf, Intramural ........ Golf, VVomen,s ................. Graduate College ................ Graduate College Seniors ...... Guests ..................................,.. H Halls ............... ............. General Index .........250 ........316 98 ........206 ........217 71 73 ........105 ........313 Hockey ............................ ........ 2 16 Homecoming ............................ ........ 1 14 Homecoming Queen ....................... ........ 1 13 Homecoming Queen Finalists ....... ........ 1 12 Hopi Lodge ................................. ........ 3 17 I Inter-Fraternity Council ............... ........ 2 62 Inter-Fraternity Pledge Council ...... ........ 1 04 Inter-Hall Council ........................... ........ 3 12 Intramural Sports .......... ........ 223 I junior Class Officers ...... K Kappa Alpha ..................... Kappa Alpha Theta ......... Kappa Kappa Gamma ......... Kappa Sigma ..................... Kitty Kat ........................ L Lambda Chi Alpha ........... Lambda Delta Sigma ..,.... Law College ...............,.. Law College Seniors ...... Liberal Arts College ...... Liberal Arts Seniors ...... M Maricopa Hall ................... Military ................. ...... Mines College ......... 40 ........276 ........252 ........254 ........278 ........280 ........282 74 If 76 77 79 91 84 Mines College Seniors ....... .......... Mom and Dad's Day .. Mortar Board .............. Mortar Board Formal N Navajo Hall ........ . Orchesis ........... Orchestra ......,........ Or Advertising Club .... Aggie Club ............ Alpha Alpha Alpha Epsilon Rho Alpha Kappa Psi .... Alpha Phi Rho ........ Alpha Rho Tau ...... Alpha Sigma Rho .. gamzations .............. A. I. E. E. ........................................,.,,..... . A. I. M. E. ...................................,........,.... . American Pharaceutical Association ...... A. S. M. E. .............................................,,.. . Baptist Student Union ...........................,.. Beta Gamma Sigma ....... .,.,....,. Campbell Club ............ .......... Canterbury Club ............. .......... Alpha Zeta .............. A. C. S. A. ............ , Campus Y Cabinet ...... Engineering Council Epworth Club .............. .......... Eta Kappa ................ ,.,,,.,,.. Fencing Club ................. .......... Graduate Club ...................... .......... Home Economics Club ..,,.,,, ..,,,.,,,. Kappa Kappa Psi ......... Kappa Psi .................................. ....i..... Le Cercle Francais ....................... .......... Lutheran Students Association ................ Marketm g Club ........................... . ......... . Nazarenes ...................... .......... Newman Club ................. .......... Pan-American Club Phi Phi Beta Kappa ........ Delta Phi ................ .......... Phi Gamma Upsilon .... .......... Phi Kappa Phi .......... .......... Philosophy Club ...... .......... P1 Alpha Phi ............ .......... Phi Phi Delta Kappa .. Phi ' Phi Mu Alpha ....... Pi Delta Epsilon ...... Pi Mu Epsilon ....... Delta Sigma QQ .... 1111 Epsilon .............. ....,..... Alpha Delta .......... ......... Delta Chi .......... .......... 86 102 43 122 319 202 99 145 147 146 147 157 147 144 158 160 150 161 162 153 157 150 156 165 150 164 158 164 150 164 155 167 161 158 148 149 155 165 148 167 166 148 154 152 160 156 155 161 159 158 153 149 159 153 General Index Pi Rho Pi ........ ..,....... 1 48 Sigma Alpha Epsilon ...., ....,..,.. 2 96 Ramblers ...................... .......... 1 59 Sigma Chi ....................... .......... 2 98 Rodeo Club ......................... .......... 1 67 Sigma Nu .............,......... 300 Roger VVilliams Forum ....... .......... 1 65 Social Life Committee ....... .......... 3 0 Sailing Club ..................... .......... 1 62 Softball ................................. ........ 2 18 Sigma Delta Pi ................... .......... 1 62 Sophomore Class Officers ...... ...... 3 8 Ski Club .................................. .......... 1 62 Sophos ................................. ....... 3 9 Student Religious Council ..... .......... 1 63 Sororities ........ .......... 235 Taclmycardiacs ...................... .......... 1 49 Spurs ................................. .......... 3 9 Tau Beta Pi ........................ .......... 1 54 Swimming ........................... .,..,,,,,. 1 95 Theta Tau ,...,........ .......... 1 54 Swimming, Intramural ....... ,,,,.,,.., 2 24 Toastmasters ............ ,......... 1 49 Swimming, Womenls ..... .......... 2 12 University Players ......... .......,..150 166 Wesley Foundation ................ .......... Westminster Foundation ...... .......... 1 63 153 Womenls Press Club .......... Wranglers ......................... Zeta Phi Eta .............. P QQffQQfff149 T 152 Tau Delta Phi ................. Tennis .......,,.,.,.,.,.,,,.,.,,,, Tennis, Intramural ...... Tennis, Women s ....... Theta Chi ............... ..........204 .......-..227 ..........304 Townsmen ........,...,.... .i.....,.. 3 06 Panhellenic Council ....... ......,.,. 2 34 Track ,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,.,...,,,,,,. ,,,.,,.,,. 1 96 Papilgo Lodge ..................... .....,...- 3 20 Track, Intramural ........... .......... 2 25 Pharmacy College ................... ...... 8 7 Traditions Committee ,c,,.,, ,.,,,,,, 3 2 Pharmacy College Seniors .... ...... 8 9 Phi Delta Theta ..................... .......... 2 84 Phi Camma Delta ........ .......... 2 86 U Phi Kappa Kappa ........ .......... 2 88 Kaljlja -,.---'..4A --,..--,,' 2 of Matlllee ................. .......... 1. Phi Sigma --,',..-----..-,-----,.,--- ,-,-,,',,, 2 58 U. of A. Student Union .... .,..,,,.., 3 28 Phrateres ....................,........... .......... 2 60 Physical Education Majors ...... .......... 2 11 Physical Education Staff ...... .......... 2 11 V Pi Beta Phi ........................... Pi Kappa Alpha ............... Pi Kappa Phi ......... Pima Hall ........,... Pinal Hall ........ Pistol Team ........ Polo Village ........ .,.,......256 ..........292 ..........294 ......,...321 Volleyball, Intramural Volleyball, Womenls ....... Vice-President .............. Visual Aids Bureau ...... W Who s Who ........ ...... President ............ ...... 2 0 Press Bureau ............. .......... 2 6 i Publications .................. .......... 1 33 Wildcat Publicity Committee ..... ...... 3 2 R Radio Bureau ....... ....... Registration ........ W. A. Af H351-21"fQfQ .......... VVomen's Spo1'ts ............. VVrestling, Intramural 26 37 Y 1 Rifle Ti-321111 ...... ----,----. 9 2 Yavapai Hall ,,.,,, ...... Rodeo ............-- ---------- 1 27 Yuma Hall ....,. Rodeo Queen ...... ....... .......... 1 2 3 5 Z Senior Class Officers ....,. ...... 4 2 Zeta Beta Tau ....... ...... -381- 229 220 22 26 44 138 210 209 230 324 326 308 F 3 +Q In Memoriam It singeth low in every heart, We hea1' it, each and all, A song of those who answer not, However We may call. They throng the silence of the breast, VVe see them as of yore - The kind, the brave, the true, the Though they are here no 1nore. -john, TV. Clzullwick. -S STUDENTS - BENNO WYLIE BIESEIVIEYER BYRON DEAIK CLIFFOIKD ALLEN GILLEY sweet, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN NIANNING W1LL1AM K. P1'rT1s - STAFF - WILLIAM H. BERRYHILL DEAN JAMES W. CLARSON, JR VVALTER SENOB PAUL M. THORNBURC LAWVRENCE P. WEHRLE -383- ln the 1951 Desert, we have accomplished something new in describing the state of Arizona which vitally concerns us as University students. The Desert portrays Arizona in all its scenic beauty, some of its industries, and describes one of its major assets, education. Being students at the University of Arizona, we have described life on its campus and the activities of its students at Work and play. We are fond and proud of our University and state. It is true we have made some changes in the style of the book, but We have done everything pos- sible to show how really wonderful Arizona and its University are. The 1951 Desert is completed except for the reminiscing which will continue throughout the years. We are already looking back through the past year by recalling the campus activities from which we compiled this yearbook. Evely- thing happened quickly-from Homecoming to Commencement. It is now with a sense of satisfaction that we look back and realize the Desertis printing would have been much more difficult without the whole-hearted cooperation of so many. Ken Sharp must be remembered for his tireless effort of taking and printing pictures through the autumn and early spring. All of our requests for student help and indexing were handled capably by Chuck Lee, the assistant editor. Thanks must go to Carlie Tart, art editor, who did the division pages and the cover of the 1951 Desert, to Pat Bunton for the Writeups of the University and colleges, to Hugh Harelson for filling in on sports, to Betty Iacka, Marian Lusk, and Gretchen Harline for working during the Easter vacation, to Bob Blinder for proofreading the Desert and finishing the fraternity section, and to the sec- tion editors for their assistance with the scheduling of pictures and copy writing. lfVe would like to express sincere thanks to the entire 1951 Desert staff, without whose help this endeavor would have been impossible. Our deepest gratitude goes to Mr. C. A. CPappyj Betts of Betts Printing Company, for his assistance, advice, and cooperation in planning and printing of the Desert, to Mr. B. W. Simons of the Tucson Photo-Engraving Company for his continued support to insure the deadlines of the yearbook, to the Ari- zona Trade Bindery for the fine cover and binding of the book, and to all the men and women who are employed by these firms who worked hard in eveiy Way to make a fine book. There are others who helped in many ways and to Whom We are grateful- Chuck Abbott and Esther Henderson from whom we received the many fine Arizona scenes, to Stub Ashcraft for his patience and helpful suggestions, and to Don Phillips, our advisor, to whom We can really say no more than we did in dedicating the book to him-Thanks. To all who helped produce the 1951 Desert-THANKS. And, to all who will read this book, may you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed compiling and publishing it. FRANK I. 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