University of Arizona - Desert Yearbook (Tucson, AZ)

 - Class of 1952

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QStubl Ashcraft in this. the tenth year following his editorship of the student annual. As pioneer Director of the Student Union Memorial Building, Stub has done a superior job of coordinating and admin- istering the multiple activities within the million dollar student center during the past year. His record already is one of long service to the University of Arizona. 1Vhen Stub entered as a Freshman in 1937, he earned a numeral in football. He won varsity letters in 1938 and 19-12. He was awarded membership in Sophos. Chain Gang. and Blue Keyg was business man- ager of the 1940 and 19-11 Deserts. and editor in 19-12. In three of his undergraduate years he was among selections for the college stu- dents 1Vl10's W710. Early in 1942 Stub was called into the Army, and when discharged in 19-16 he had risen from Second Lieutenant to the rank of Major. In 19-17 he became Activities Coordinator and Publications Manager for As- sociated Students. a position for which he was well-fitted by his three years experience on publications. Stub served in this capacity until last May when named to his present position in the Student Union. It is in the position of Director of the Union that Stubs o1'ganization ability and judicious delegation of responsibility and work have been most aptly proved. He has secured the best for the Union and the students who use it. Despite his crowded schedule. he always has time to confer with every student who comes to his office either to praise or to complain. XVe on the 1952 Desert Staff long will remember the fellow down the second Hoof hall as the spirit behind our lux- urious new Student Union. YVe feel that this dedication is a small part only of the gratitude which students of the University of Arizona owe to Stub for his patience and kindness. and his willingness always to go above and beyond the call of normal duty to serve the student body. 'E' As vou leaf through the pages of the 1952 Desert, we hope that the story presented will recall to memory some of the happiest years of your life-the days spent at the University of Arizona. Looking back, the school year 1951-1952 has been indeed a most memorable and eventful one. lVe can remember with pride the addition of the new million-dollar Student Union Memorial Building to student living, and the impressive inauguration of the Universityis new president, Dr. Richard A. Harvill. Favored by fortune, the University also received the million-dollar Gila Pueblo archaeological collection, a gift of Mr. and Nlrs. Harold S. Cladwin, and the Samuel H. Kress Foundation collection of Renaissance paintings, valued at more than a million dollars. XYe are proud to present our interpretation of these and other events of the year in this. the biggest Desert ever printed, wi Q dwzww ,,,,.5, ' ZGZZZW4 ' f4az'c21dz2'ea fdfaaaacaftdana 'Sam .745 aw. 7 Pi. 1, .. U11 Q K Yx' ff Wm Arizonafs New Student Union Memorial Building if f i V2 .f f. K. V k 5. -,':i 'EX ee ' STUDENT UNION TOWER - 3 .. l ' fzdcle faq The USS Arizona memorial bell tolled through the late afternoon stillness of the campus. The eight-foot bronze plaque of the names of the University's war dead in the World wars was unveiled. It was the formal dedication of the Student Union Memorial Building on Novem- ber 17, 1951-the dedication of a building that was to become an important part of student life. But the Union does more than fill a physical need. The ringing on special holidays and after athletic victories of the tower bell taken from the ship sunk at Pearl Harbor is a constant reminder that it is symbolic of sacri- fices made not only for our University but for every college in the United States. It belongs to students, it is students. For nearly twenty years, the idea of a Student Union Memorial Building has been in the hands of a committee comprised of alumni, faculty and students. The origmal estimate for the Union was 3365.500 but as the years passed the figure was raised until the final cost was over 81,000,000 Of that figure, 35300,000 came from pledges and gifts. S300,000 was appropriated to the University by the State Legislature and the issuance of S-100,000 in bonds was authorized by the Board of Regents. Headed by VV. Boy NVayland of Phoenix, an extensive campaign for funds was launched on December 15, 1945. Large con- tributions came from people who wanted to dedicate individual rooms. By October 19-16, forty per cent of the goal had been reached. With the appropriation and bond issue in 1949, the goal was reached. The Student Union is designed to meet all the needs of the student body. Pride of the building is the two ballrooms, which are connected to each other by a folding partition. The main balh'oom has a stage with a grand piano and a covered terrace for out- side dancing. A new type of floor called a floating floor makes for easier dancing. Indirect lighting and automatic heating, cooling, and ventilation add to the luxury of the ballroom. The Union also contains modern meeting rooms, a post office with eight hundred and eighty-two boxes, a photography studio, a browsing li- brary, student offices, comfortable music listen- ing rooms, a faculty dining room, and a student cafeteria. The basement is a popular place for between-classes entertainment where there are billiard and ping-pong tables. The 'fCatsbah,' is the name of the fountain where students congregate from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Many new activities have been initiated with the Union. Varsity nights offer jazz sessions and talent nightsg and the forum offers famous speakers and lecturers. After-game dances call the stu- dents to the Union on the weekends, and recre- ational tournaments attract crowds during the week. The Student Union is a building of beauty. friendliness and entertainment. From the shining ornamental bronze to the marble floors, from the solemn dedication plaque to the friendly laughter in the rooms, the Union cries its merits. Music fills every corner of the building, welcoming all and insisting that they stay or return soon. Stub Ashcraft, Student Union director, and Fred Stofft, Alumni presi- Ted Jardine, president of the Student Union Board Stub dent unveil the memorial plaque at the formal dedication ceremony. Ashcraft, and Dan Reidy took part in the ringing of the memorial bell on November 17. rt QQ HSTUBU ASHCRAFT, Union Director 6'zeoZ'afz The busiest man on campus-that describes Clarence L. QStubj Ashcraft-Student Union director. Stub's job is a big one. In addition to co-ordinating all the activities in the Union, he must be able to get along With both the students and the personnel. The job entails being an advisor to the students and the Student Union Activities Board, and chairman of the Student Union Policy Board. In other Words, this means making the Union his 'Thorne away from home-.D Members of the Student Union Activities Board are-Row 1: Ted Jar- dine lpresidentb, Pat Keevan. Jody Shaw, Peggy Mulchay, Anne Johnson, Ed jones. Row 2: Eldon Clawson, Tom Ciochetti, Hugh Harelson, Jud XVerbelow, Howard Ryan. Missing from the picture are Doug VVard, Martha Sarbey and Kurt Storch. Steve Cooke, assistant to the Union director, and Sara Iane Hedge-cock, secretary to the Union director. Mrs. Betty jane Saunders, manager of the Union dining room ll l 1 i 1 i F1 gi .gi l F .. ,k 3 1 it ' it mn untt-riliq tht- fninn tlirnnqli tht' Qlgisx tlnni-N into the i1lLi1'lJle-limiiml lnlmlmy, lmc-lxaiimlilltl ninxit' ' grcsits thi- visitor uiitl ln- can sm' thv firnt flour lnnnqe- with its tlvcp. cmiiimtiililv wins initl Ll glass xinll looking on tn tht' piitin. Straight iiliwul in thi- lnilw of thnx hniltling. thc 1'w.'vptinn th-sk. Tlicrt- tht- xisitnl' .Q can liave sonieoiiv pam-fl 2lll','XX'llt'l'l' in thv linilmlinu tlll'lJllLIll its lIltL'Lfl'lll pnlilic iicltllx-ss systn,-iii. Duwn tlnf hall to the left. tht- xisitnr nntict-5 tht- L'i1ixt-nity trophies in tlw wall canst-. or pcrlinps haf sm-5 Nunn- pictnres from an nrt tlispliiy. Thai lmnvsiiiq lilnxny olfers books. iiiagiiziiics. iintl pnpi-rs to fill any 11-min- timcg and the niusic listening rnniiis. with tlwii' nltini- iiiocleru Q-liaise llllllllvh and liiiwmtiks pivsn-int tllllllll' ns well as Coiiifnrt. Xln-in lim-ning rnnni ff, W V1-Q N..- Chet-k 100111 on tht' first Hour. The browsing lllJl',.'ll'Y. -11- x.. 48 ,ww f , x En f wel ' M 'I 1 . S . 'W-1 ' 1 QI., .t K 3 , Ani., I I I Xlain lounge on first floor. Even thouuh the entirx huilcling is lnoclern. one is always amazed hy the grace and dignity of the rnain hallrooni. The sweeping lines. the tall. lieax'ily-clraped windows. the rich color scheme. and the shining floor equal the state- liness of a music hall. The Hoor has an unusual feature-that of "giving" a little while dancing. The luxury is prominent even in the lounges wliere inirrors extend the length of the walls. From the game rooms in the basement to the hell tower. the Union is a rnonuinent of heauty, as well of usefulness. if Billiard room in the basement 20072 . Uxxx W0 . V15 ' XX . Mx' bk uri! Clmw lim- alt tha- l.'LlfCtl'l - 13 - Studen we --.-h.,., ' B f' 35 NME I 'Si' rf Student Forum featuring Dr. Emil VV. Haury, dire 1 UHKOH POS t office with dent use' ssz boxes 50' Sm ,,, ctor of the museum. One of the many beautiful -14- and spacious meetmg rooms m Thc- "C.1tsb.1l1." wlu-rv xtlull-mx u111:1wQ.1tn- lu-txu-wx Llxxssr-N, during L-lmwx, ,mul .mftvr clluwx, W ' ' ' The womerfs lounge. a luxurious Jluce to lvrush u w. Arc we uc-tlmlly studying. ur 'wminq for the Jlwto-fra her. . I I r , .3 I . n -f..m.....wf we. AA D 1 I 1 1 Xkwlrlllffffwyf Z mmf 0!oIeio - ix 522 P l Q? 5 .hp 4' gtg 51 La... III 'ZZ ' An oasis in the middle of the desert-that's the University of Arizona. On the eighty-five acre campus, tall. tropical palm trees shade the green lawns among the red brick buildings with their tile roofs. Olive trees line the curved drive in front of the girls' dormitories while the yellow blossoms of Palo Verde trees decorate the street in front of three of the men's residences. Old Main, in the center of the campus, is surrounded with flowers in the springtime while roses are a riot of color in front of almost every building. The University campus is not limited to the common spring flowers, however. Desert blossoms and cacti bloom in the cactus garden in front of Bear Down gymnasium. In front of the Humanities buildings is a magnolia tree, and a rare gingko tree blooms in front of the museum. In the spring, cigarette time is more frequent on the walk in front of the library where the smell of orange blossoms makes a "young manis fancy lightly turn to thoughts of love." Out-door activity flourishes all year. The womenis swimming pool is open for eight months out of thc year, while the tennis courts are busy all year because of the sunny weather. Even -in February, girls can be found sun bathing in the patios of the dormitories. But more than year-round sports and sunshine is afforded students. Modern educational facilities are available. Plays, concerts. musicals. nationally known lecturers, and famous musical and dancing artists provide cultural opportunities. Students are active in clubs, student body government. on publications, and projects such as the Red Cross blood drive. Mix this recipe well and you have a life as gay as the bright cottons worn by the students on the University of Arizona campus. 1161 dime The Uniycrsity of Arizona library. largest plant of its kind in the Southwest. has been progressing with leaps and bounds this past year. The most important addition since its erection in 19:25 is the 3230.000 stacks completed last summer. This air-ccauditioned addition is xvindovvless. hut adequate pleasant light- ing is provided for by the continuous chain of fiorescent lights. On the first floor the neyv reserve book room with its soundproof typing room provides a place conclusive to study. An elevator connects the six floors. four of which are now completed. Some of the finer collections the library has are the T. E. Hanley and the Thomas XVood Stevens Niemorial collections. In the Art Gallery on the first floor is the Samuel H. Kress collection of twenty-five He- naissance paintings valued at more than a million dollars. Including exchanges. the lihrary suhserihes to 22.-100 periodicals Their maps from the Army Xiap service alone number 25.000 Tvventy-one lihrarians make up the staff throughout the year. in addition to forty student assistants. Not only is the lihrary one of the LllliY0l'Siff"S most attractive huildings. hut from the academic standpoint it prohahly is the most important. ' l , Wlfwaw. ww' We -:.-.sans eu .m,.-N.-N..-,-fX'4"!'? L17... NJ linking time out hetvveeii classes and studies, stu- dents tl5Sl'llIlVlt' in the lohliy and on the iront steps ot the lihrary. r The University of Arizona has risen rapidly throughout its lifes span. and is recognized as one of the natioirs leading universities. Stu- dents of the University are proud of its dis- tinctions and the honors conferred upon it. Nlany of the facilities of the campus are outstanding such as the thirty-six inch telescope. one of the largest of any university campus. housed in Steward Observatory. The school also claims research departments. agricultural and engi- neering experiment stations. an agricultural extension service. and other departments of quality. Fnrtliermore. this is a cosmopolitan campus, Represented among the members of the student body are students from almost every state in the union. Alaska. Hawaii. and several foreign countries, The University of Arizona has become a mecca for students in every branch of education and every field of en- deavor. Some 5.100 regular session students X, . . -wmv K ' elfv-v.g:e:Ei?fi.:',I. -'wsfls-vrfrf 1 -X.. 5 s .sr.x.SF-"isa , r s . xqzffttis NL' li Vw -1 uf' . f.'..v3,s."!eg5:,-3' p X V . V ,,. , View across campus. from all parts of the world attend the Uni- versity. The excellence of the various colleges and departments has become known throughout the world and progress is constantly being made along the line of improvements in build- ings and campus facilities. The curriculum is well-rounded. and the extra-curricular activities are varied. Incentive for scholastic achievement is offered in the form of the many scholarships and honors conferred upon outstanding students. In addition. there is a nice feeling surrounding the campus-a feeling of belonging to a rising and constantly progressing institution. The beauty of the campus and the pleasing climate add to a sense of pride in an outstanding seat of higher education. This is a unique campus -ask the students. They all insist that it is the greatest thing that ever happened in their college life. ,,,0a Old U' . am. M1 ' ' We 4 cnmrml Fo unmin, I I I 'W jf' 1' ff' I. 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I I I -20- The University of Arizona was created in 1885 by the Arizona territorial legislature and is maintained by funds appropri- ated by the State of Arizona. the United States government. and fees and collections, BY 1890. three of the departments for which the Universih' was provided were organized-the College of Agriculture. the Col- lege of Xlines and Engineering. and the Agricultural Experiment Station-and in 1891 the Uni- versity was open to students. That was not too many years ago, and yet, in just a short time the facilities of the Uni- versity were exnanded, In 1917. Arizona was placed on the ac- credited list of the North Cen- tral Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools as a degree granting institution. From that time on. the growth of the school has been phenomenal. 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Senrs latu flecoxmolvlfs' V ' . 0 . . fessgl P10 Ji-frihersitg nf gqrillhvl we. -. r.. ....1s.-f reuse To the University or A1-fzonn Students: I sm glsd to nsve the opportunity to gs-es stu sn s st tns Unlverslty or Arxzsns thrsugn tne pages or t e Desert Msrgv of you sro completlng tne requlrements for degrees and U1 not be here next yssr. To you the Unzverslty orrers oorg,-stuls tions And ell good wishes for success snd hsppinsss ln your future endeavors. For vs.-:sus reasons others or you V111 not return t the University next rsll. We vnnt you tn Isnc-w that we sre gled that you hsve been here, and vs hops thnt you vill slvsys regard yourselves ss a Part of the University or Arlzons flmilr To sll those H-no ure enter-lug the mllxtsry serv ce Unrvsrslty extends speslsl greetlngs. My your service be s sutlsrylsg to you ss It 1s lmpurtsnt to your cvunf-17'- Ths University is cvncsrned fhnt all or its students became sctive alumni when they lesve the 1nst1tut1on. I hops tbnt esch ur you vlll remember this Gnd V111 reoognxze tne mportsnc 01' fuslntslnlng your contacts NIU: the University. It is In the bsst interest or the lnstxtutxon tnst s close rslstlonsnxp betve its former students and the University be maintained st all times A cordlsl Welcome ull be extended to ell returnnq students next September snd to hundreds or new students from throughout Arxznns snd from other ststes. To Mr. Lee snd all the members Un1vers1ty ls most gs-ststul for publlcstion or tnls rxn at the Unxversl Cong,-u or the De the work e book. ey Gnd v1 tulstlohs llleflt. sert stsrr the lhnt has guns into the It XB G Pa!"HB,n0l1l P62011 Df l1!'9 ll sllvsys be trsssured by su or us. to all vho had s pert in this significant sch! Rlrrbdrd 41 Elrv President 111 eve Xgtgi fb . Qs .fi - ' - t k H .x:f.fQli, w ' Ji..-ix.72,:tT A V ,MQW . . ,,,.,,, , M ii K . .kgx R Q V . .. 1 I1 i.ill!gHmtiUn Lloltllltr nv . . .it 1 . Iluglmn' Sonic 2.000 cle-lcgutcs. visiting cclucaitiouul officials. Uni- versity faculty ine-iuhers and official guests watt-lit-tl Dr. Richzuxl A. Hairvill iiuuigurntecl us thc LlIllYL'l'Slty of Ari ZOI1lllS fourteeuili prcsiclcut in colorful ceremonies ou Fri- day, Novemlwr 16. Au llCllClClHlC proccssiou that strctclu-cl for two blocks murchccl froui tht- Aclmiuistriitiou Builcliuci to the illilllgllfill sci-uc in tht- uuclitoriuui with their uullti- colon-cl hoods of office- shining in the sun. Clowruor Howiircl Pyle hrouglit gl't'i'tillQS from tlu' stutc. Dr. Xlclviu T. Solve from the fuculty, Douglus YYiu'cl from thc Studi-ut lmocly, .incl Frccl Stofft from thi- Uiiiw,-i'sity ulumui. Dr. j. Roscoe Hiller. prcsiclcut of NOl'lllXYt'Stt'l'll l'1nix'i-nity' wlicrc Dr. Iliuwill c1u'm-cl his tloctorutc. wus thi- maiiu spealxcr at the iuuugiiratiou. Cla-on T. Knapp, pit-siilcut of thc Board of lit-Qcuts. formailly iustallml D11 lliuwill us pit-siclcnt. J ,af zr. f R Reception at the library aftcr the iniuugurutiou. PRESIDENT RICHARD A. IIARVILL -27- .1-QQU .' M 'Ial'-- www LYNN SI. LANEY Prusillmzt JOIIN C. BABBITT EYELYN JONES KIRMSE MARION L. BROOKS Superintendent of Public Iristruetinaz XYALTER R. BIKISON GOVERNOR HOXVARD PYLE MICHAEL B HODCES T1'er1.s'11re1' gcwzfwlaffeq The task of governing the operations of a states institutions of higher learning is one that demands many hours of time on the part of a beard of trustees. The Universitys operation has consideration of a group of ten, formed as the Board of Regents of the University and State Colleges of Arizona. They meet almost every month of the year and spend from one to two days deeply enmeshed in the affairs of Arizonas university and two state colleges. The Board comprises eight appointive members, who serve eight-year termsg and two ex-officio mem- bers, the Governor of the state and the state superintendent of public instruction. All are successful in their careers and are leaders in their communities and the state at large, since they are from various sections of Arizona. Formally. their as- signment in governing the states educational institutions con- stitute the establishing of administrative regulations. appoint- ment of the administrative and teaching staffs. setting of student tuition and fees, approval of courses of instruction, and the awarding of degrees and diplomas. XYILLIAM R XIATHEXXS IOIIN Rl. IACOBS ALEX JACOBIE Secretary Qs. .-28-. I As vice-president of the University. Dr. Robert L. Nugent is in a position to aid President Rich- ard A. Harvill in any wav that is needed. In addition to this aid. he carries on an extensive public relations program throughout the state. In this capacity. he visits Arizona high schools and informs them about their state university. He also keeps in close contact with professional groups in the area as well as with the superin- tendent and principals of the public schools in Arizona. Dr. Nugent is influential in straighten- ing out curricula and educational problems at the University. In line with that. he deals with both faculty members and students on their problems. -...J The oiiice of the dean of men has diversified activities. The dean is advisor for fraternities and. as such. meets with both students and alumni groups. Ile attends numerous olf-campus meetings for better public relations purposes. He is a member of many' administrative com- mittees including the Alumni Interfrateriiitv Council. Polo Village. and Student .-Xctivities and Eligibility Committees. Before school began the first semester, the dean sponsored a work- shop for all head residents and their assistants of the men's dormitories. The dean of mens office also gives permission for use of campus facilities after class and during vacation. The 7:5 y DH. li0BEli'I' L. XUCENT I'if'i'-Pievirl1'iitofthe I'viiL'ersitg1 66010 weeklv 'iblue sheet" listing: coming campus events is published in the dean of mens ofIice. The office of the dean of women is concerned with the total welfare of all women students. Xluch of the time of the dean and her assistants is used in counseling with women students on their personal problems. The deanls office also supervises housing for all women students and assists them in their organization for Com- munitv government. Associated NVomen Students comes under the heading of duties of the dean. as well as Panhellenie. class honoraries. and other womenis organizations, Q av- And, LOUIS .-X. SLONAKER Dean of Hen i ..29.. DR. KAREN L. CARLSON Dean of IVomen NSS : , n "WRX X. ,Wsps'51'W'm'3X1kNY K " F A xx 5 X Nw? - s 'A ' -V W N xx ,ar-up KUSQ' ,av ..,-W..-Q 'Na I I I ,,, . Q A V. X: -4 in 'w.....x C. ZANER LESHER LEE LOWERY Alumni Su'rc1ary HOXVARD N. TENCII University Comptroller Registrar 5 LBUVPS, TR CHARLgTl1CllLltlfU- Manager Di re WOLET -30- , f HLER 'MAX P, x'OSSkUDiUiSiLTIl ctor Extcnswfl I I y .Qi 43 if NJ NK QR l x VR XX 2' DR. B. ELEANOR JOHNSON JAMES F. NIL-KALE NI.-XRCUERITE CIIESXEY CI-IAHLICS U. PICKRHLL Dir.. 1101110 Eiwmniim' Dir.. .Xtlzlvtiu Dir.. uYHl7H'V1I.x Pliyx, Eil. Dir., A-Xgr, En, Sgr, "V DR. ENIIL XY. II.-XURY DH. EDWIN C.-XRPEXTIQII DR. :XXDREXY DUUCL,-XSS li.-XLPII DE.-XL Dir.. State AIILSUIIVIZ Dir.. Sfruiml fjl1NL'l'l'IIfHI'll Dir.. Tru' Ring Luiz. Plll'!'lltl-Yilljl Agvnt inf' .x I iv it ' V' . . Rf Al -git. f' 3 DR. VICTOR H. KELLEY DAVID L, WINDSOR CLIFFORD I. EDXVARDS LEON R. MACEE Dir., Plnccnlent SL'I'L'iCE Ye'tw'un'.s Civ-imiimitfwr Bu.s-iness Office Acting Supt.. Bldgs. mul Grounds -31- A x l 4 Aml1'wls S. .-Xiiclwsuin Ifrm-Qt Anclursuii A-lr! AlAlIlIL'S C. Brown Plant Puflmlngy XY. Alillllll' Cuhla Spc'1'1'f1 F1'c-clcrivli A, Cm Fufinlngy Cln'n1i.sfry Synlxivy Burlmx' Brown l' l'L"llI'lI Ccnlgr- T. Culclwi-ll ZIIKYIILLIU John B. Cunninghaun .llL'f!lHll7',LfU. Orc Ilms-s. john ll. Bloom Void' XYLlllil'1' E. Bryan Plant Brccrling Liuircnce A. Curruth Enfwnluloggf Biclmrcl Davis Dairy 1fIlSI1lIIllI7'U EYRKSITILIS S. Borgquist Citi! Iil1,QinL'Uring Tliunphil F. Buchrer Agrivzzllzzrrll Clzwiiistry junies Clark ElL'l'fI'il'llI Enginvering Hurry Einblcton Poultry Huslimulry C CC john Brooks 3 1 Spfzzzisli. Portuguese Leland Burkhart fIOl'ffL'lllfllI'C Russell XY. Cline flgl'fl'llIfllI'!ll Edrzrati Russell Chas. Ewing Ilisiury fflffillglj B. Elm-amor johnson 1101110 Economics' Iulia Klnrif- Rcbcil Piano Hnrtlcy D, Snyclvr Music Ezlllczltimu Hurlmvrt -I. Langcn Sccretariul Studies Nluttlu-w NI. Schm-ck Plzilosoplzy. P,syvlmIn,, Ernest B. Stzmlvy Animal Huslmmlry 'UNM in '?""T" 'TNAN I lllllllli 'uv- YJ MARGARET XYIXDSUR, Editor Arizona .-lliunnux PHIL XVACCENER. assistant, and DON PHILLIPS. man- ager of University Press Bureau. ,-4Zamvz6 The purposes of the Alumni Association are to secure unity among University alumni and to keep them in Contact with the University and each other. All graduating students automatically become life mem- bers of the Alumni Association. The Arizona Alumnus is published six times during the school year, in- forming the alumni of school news and the activities of former students. Active Alumni Clubs are fostered in large cities all over the country. In the alumni office records of some 18.000 former students are available to anyone now or formerly associated with the University. :vie . D. .!.a The University Extension Division serves the state by making many services and its equip ment available to students and others. The several departments in the Extension Division include the Press Bureau which takes care of the multitude of publicity about the University each yearg the Publications Division which handles bulletins and cataloguesg the Visual Aids Bureau which has charge of the film library used by the University and outside groupsg and the Radio Bureau which regularly produces programs with student assistance. The Division also is responsible for correspondence courses and extension courses taught at the University Other departments include the Dramatics Bu- reau, the Lecture Bureau, and a play-loan library. 7...- The Visual Aids Bureau. The Radio Bureau. Student Qaamnmemf Q. LLVVL Xl vxl MJ A.S U.A. President Doug VVard has guided the student body through a full and successful year. Doug has done much during his term of office to further the founding of an independent students, association. expand the work of the student senate and integrate the work of the Student Union and A.S.U.A. Besides working part time, Doug was also a member of Blue Kev and Phi Delta Theta. Iack Armstrong, A.S.U.A. vice-president, has an established record of service to the University even though he transferred here in his junior year. Last year's junior class prexy. and a cheer- leader, jack this year belonged to Bobcats, was co-chairman of the Homecoming parade and the Student Senate, chairman of the Board of Control. and a member of Delta Tau Delta. Hard-Working Sue Hunger, A.S.U.A. secretary, has taken great interest in campus affairs, as her activities attest. She was a past member of Spurs. F.S.T.. Campus Chest Committee, Publicity Committee and has been a section editor of the Desert. She is a member of Gamma Phi Beta. 5l.h HUXC-ER JACK ARBISTRONG 'l 5 U 4 Sfffffl U A. S. U. A. Vice-President BUDD XVEINEH A.szs'c1r1I1ly 'ikx BOB COONEY Trzlrlifimm i -Q"'?H AEN N :X '55 sgsdhunw A-5 'WN YT? SUE DONUHOE Pzllnlifify f5 Q-I BOB BUCII.-XX.-XX TUXI CIOYTIIFTIVII Arfixf Svfin'-Y Hufirlf I,if1' I r'5F rf 'D-. A .gf-if ig 'Hx A .--ww E Kif I 4 " . K W ,vu g : Wes.'Ff.f ' DUTCH KUNDE BOB SH.-XFTON Bfmksfvre' Elvftimls PEGGY NI ULCI IAY CIHIHJII-S' Clzuxf I I -37- - it tffl? E f i f, ' f 3 ' I 3 A W-X.. . ' I S is is ' 13 5 ki 1 Q Q X ' M A N -6 Q I s 4. RF ' 'A 'MM The Student Council is the f g sounding hoard tor suggestions . 1 of student groups. student prob- "' i leins, affairs and grievances. lt ,, also holds the tinal decision in the case of a contested election. It appoints the yell leaders. coni- inittee chairmen. and the inan- agers of student activities as stated in the Constitution. The Council is composed of the A. S. U. A. officers. A. XV. S. president. one senior council ineinber, three junior council members. and the Graduate Manager. who keeps the min- utes. Sen- S uint Council inenilmcrs are: Bill Kennneries, junior councilniang Bill Over, Student ite prssidtnt Pat Downer. junior eouneilwoiiiimg Bruce XYood. junior eouncilniang Sue .tr A S L A. secretary. Doug KYard, A. S. U A. president: Jack Armstrong. A. S. LY. A. uct prtsidtnt, A'Biunps" 'l'riliolet. graduate manager: Holi Bailey, senior councilman, Aunt Iohnson. A. NV. S. president. The Board of Control has full control oxer the disposition and appropriation of all Associated Students funds. It supervises and approves all student activ- ities and the funds allotted to each. At the end of each semes- ter. the Graduate Xlanager re- ceives a liudgct from the INQUI- agcr of euch division. which he suhinits to the secreturx' for finul approval of the Board. The Craduate Nlanager also helps schedule all campus sports ci ents and acts as advisor for all Associated Students functions. llun- and gnome! of ganna! u- . REU , . ' - r l fjiwfg -' A 1 -"-'H -t " ,,.,., A ' X738 Board of Control members are: Ted Kazy. Bobcats president: Sue Hunger, A. S. U. A. secretaryg Doug Wlard, A. S. U. A. preside-ntg jack Armstrong, A. S. U. A. rice-presidentg "Bumps" Tribolet, graduate nianagerq Dr. Karen Carlson. dean of women: Anne Johnson. A. XV. S. president. Alumni secre- tary Lee Lowery was not present for the picture. .-33- X bl RA 1-v XI.-XHYIX 'ASXYEDEH -IOHXSUN U:Xl.lf EDU.-XHDS .-Xxx-i.st1l111 Clflltlllllfl' Afllllllgfl' 1'if'kvt .XIIIIIQIILT Mem I 'L 1 , W 4 " 6 '15 .J i , YE l'1'11f,,, D K1 .K IJ Holy 0642. 1 Jon, FI I' .lf 1112 0 0047 'r Lv obj I EL 2,113 BAYCYHEL?r 'l"'?11!o,. Xb ' form' 314111113-L Books -1-i..,.,,..n , A as - Artist Series Committee members are: Bob Buchanan tcliairmanj. Bob Blmdtr Bob Gemnicll and Bill Over. ELECTION COMMITTEE The Election Committee has the respon- sible job of supervising all campus elec- tions. Its members check signatures on petitions, and are present at elections to instruct students in the use of the voting machines. In an effort to arouse more interest in elections, the committee spon- sored a day-long "Electionthon'i in the Catsbah. where all candidates had the opportunity to campaign. BOOKSTORE COMMITTEE The Bookstore Committee, headed by Dutch Kuntle, worked with the manager of the bookstore to study Ways and means of improving the service to uni- versity students. XVorking with the stu- dents' welfare in mind. the committee has attempted to increase efficiency at the bookstore. W Bookstore Committee members are: john Miller, Dibbie Parker Dutch Kunde Cchairmanl, Harry Sundt. 9- 5 i "ir-1 W I ARTIST SERIES COMMITTEE The Artist Series Committee shares, with the faculty committee. the task of selecting the music artists who appear at the University. Not only does the commit- tee select the artists. but also arranges the contracts and publicity for each appearance. Artists such as Josef Szigeti, Robert Merrill. the First Piano Quartet and the Robert Shaw Chorale have appeared this year. fl M 'S r..':1.tw-yy . es Hwang., v we-...,., A 1 Election Committee members are: Bob Shafton fchairmanl, Jim Quigley, Ann Dunning, Pat Crawford, jeff Davis. Dan Bergin, Anne Hummel, Mary Fenncmorf-. Standing are: Ron Scheinman. Dick Coutchie, George Grady. Assembly Committee members are: Budd VViener Cchairman Bernie Goldberg, Larry Green, Peggy Mulchay, Dave Garber I PUBLICITY CONINIITTEE The Publicity Committee deserves much credit for its work this year. Responsible for the task of pub- licizing all A. U. A-X. activities and functions. the committee succeeded in keeping the student body well informed about the workings ot its goxerning body. 41 Pnl 'nh- Q ilicity Connuittee nn-mbers are: Carol Trohan. Kay Van Sant, Inc Dalton. Toni llarpst. Sue Donohue lchairnianl. Z Social Life Committee members are: Tom Cioehetti tehairinamj. Beverly Buck, Andy Lauyer. Gail Mclntosh, jerry Buehaman. Lud Gaines. CAMPUS CHEST An auction of dates with Homingcoming Queen final- ists highlighted the Campus Chest Drive in the Catsbah this year. The drive was a success. as is evidenced by 'the fact that contributions reached the SL252 mark. The committee also submitted to the Student Council recommendations concerning the distribution of these funds to deserving organizations. Peggy Blulchay was chairman of the conunittee. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE The most outstanding work of this years Assembly Committee. headed by Budd XViener. was the plan- ning and executing of the Mom and Dads Day Assembly. The show, entitled "Far-Array Plciccsf' proved to be an entertaining one for the visiting moms and dads. SOCIAL LIFE COXIXIITTEE The new Student Union brought great opportunities for plans for outstanding social events this year. Headed by Tom Ciochetti, the Social Life Committee planned the Freshman Nlixer, the Prexy Nlixer. Sunday exening moyies. and helped with Nlom and lJad's Day and llomecoming, 141- Campus Chest members are: Pat Downer, Mary Staggner and Peggy Mulchay K chairman D. 'fi i i e,,,, Traditions Committee. l Sato a Student Senate Row l: Nancy Elm-rn. Jackie Dt-Bolt. Mary Shellenhergcr. joan Armstrong. Lynn Cole, Ann Dunning, Joe Ann Noxvell, Kay Mason. Dianne Flick- inas-r. Row 2: ,lack Arinstrnnu. Bill Uvn-r iC'll3llfl1lLlIll, Sally Sancet. Barbara llanmlu-r. Kurt Storcli. Don Cliiuppctti. PN X sf ..42... The Traditions Committee. which has become increasingly important in recent years. has delegated many important tasks to its numerous members. It has charge of the promotion of traditions. such as Day. planning of pre-game rallies. campus decorations at Home- coming, choosing cheer leaders. and su- pervising card stunts at football games. The Student Senate. an organization be- gun only last year. has progressed since then. It is composed of the officers of the freshman. sophomore, junior and sen- ior classes. Bill Over. senior class pres- ident, and jack Armstrong, A. S. U. A. vice-president, head the organization. The Senate meets every other week. Any student is invited to attend. Possessing no actual administrative power. the Sen- ate can make recommendations to the Student Council. It has taken action on such points as the faculty grading sys- tem. social functions presented by indi- vidual class groups, and the need for only 100 signatures on class officers, petitions. 14705 Every Woman student who registers at the Uni- versity of Arizona automatically becomes a mem- ber of Associated XVomen Students. the largest womens organization on campus. This organi- zation. bv authority delegated bv the Dean of VVomen. seeks to establish a harmonious balance between student government and government by the administration. lt stands behind campus activities. formulates policies. sets and upholds the social standards and rules that are necessary for an efficient, pleasant life together for all women students. The .-X. lV. S. general council. on which each womens group is represented. convenes once a week and hears and adminis- ters to any problems which are thought to neces- sitate disciplinary measures. .-X. XV. officers are elected by vote of the women students. All A. VV. S. affairs are administered by student offi- cers. who aim to know. understand and aid Women students with their viewpoints and problems. l' .1-yylw . Z V LX. P1fiy1'ffw'f A mite ' as 'A ! I .+C V C'N- 'LJSK x w .ng-...t Members of the A. NV. S. Council are: fSit'tingl Pat Sullivan, JoAnne Bellert, Dorothy Clement fadxisorl, Louise Stagner. Anne Johnson, Suzv De-Moure, Nancv Lea. Carolyn Orchid, Barbara Lamar, Shirley Harris. fStunrIingJ Marty Martin. Mona Munch. ' ' ' A ' - ' A f St' r. Carol Fitch. Margaret Marsh. jackie Roth, Earline Moody. Ann Schar- Iackie Page, Barbara Victor, Clare Rawhauser, Mary agne bau, Shirley Knerr, Grace Austin, Pat Goss, Nanette Orr. l -43- I . iv. Q.. 7 J X A. NY. S. Officers are-eHow l: Iudy Hit-herson. vice-president tirst semester: Anne Johnson. president Suzy Delxloure, secretary. How 2: Nanev Lea. treasurer: Dorothv Clement. advisor: Louise Stagner, viee-president second semester. A. XV. has sponsored several social func-tions during the year. enabling its ineinbers to hecoine hettei' acquainted. A tea at Nlaricopa Hall shortly after registration last fall introduced the Dean of AV011'1t'I'l. her staff and the A. XV. officers to students. The annual A. XV. S. for- mal. at the conclusion of uTwirp XVeel4f' afforded New women students meet A. XY. S. President Amie johnson. the Dean ot XYonn-n and Mrs. llarvill at tht- A. XY. S, fall tea. an "Evening in Paris" to a large number of couples at the new Student Union Ballroom, while Coed Capers gave dorinitories. honoraries and woinen's organizations a chance to vie for prizes for amusing. original and beautiful costumes. This years Coed Capers winners dressed as song titles. literary titles and advertisements. 1,1 l Couples sit out an intifrniission of the A. XV. S. formal. "Parisian" maids serve punch at the A. XV. S. formal. H ,X wma Cqrnjml C Xhxxvmm rflwds Phi I'si's Barber Shop Quartvt Chi Omega Balrhcr Shop 14705 ' 55,-.5-1 ff , ,Q N xv! SlLfIll.l X115 biiaiiu Sigma Chi lhidio Actors Phi Delt iflnmruia Lim' 'i 'J a if? 2' SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS arc: juan Armstrong. XYfl.'L'-PfC.S'ilIl'llfj Bill Ove-r, Pru.s'izl1'r1ig Lynn Coll-, S1'1'r1'turyg Mary Slwllm-llbvrgvr, TI't'IlSlll'L'l'. 014 7252 X x 'fliv :Sy ':'5 If .. wax Sw N53 ' -45.. wh, IN T tzsapfq i I Zee Kay BLUE KEY is a natinnal liuiioi'.ii'5' tur scninr iiicn. Its incinbcrs arc cliuscn un a basis of sciwicc. sclmlarsliip and lcadcisliip. Blur- K4-5' cu-sponsors Muni and Dadls Day. and bas pruinntt-d lligli Scliuol S4-ninr Day and Uni! versity publicity tliruuglinut Ariyuna, Huw 1: jud XYi'rbclnw. Skip Pt-rkiim. Doug YVard, Lam-ll llntliscliild. Bob Sliaftun. How 2: Bob Stubbs tpresi- dcntj, Sain Lindainood. Dean Burcli. Bob Buchanan. Missing from the picture art' Dun Quiglcy and Eldon Clawwn. 'gaafwl Theysenior womoifs honorary. BIORTAR BOARD. co-sponsors Blom and Dads Day and plans the Mortar Board formal in the spring. Its inc-inbr-rs are chosen at dawn on XYonien,s Day. Row 1: Jane Evans, Mildred Cumby. Mary Shellenbergc-r Cpresidentj. Bev Sargent. Row 2: Vir Hubbard. Betty Jacka. Anne jolmson. Judy Riclierson, Pat Bunton. Canicc Ciruzzi was not present for the picture. . . fra J N.: gafmw Limited by tradition to thirtccn incnibcrs. BOBCATS is a senior incnls honorary. dedicated to serving the bcst intern-sts of thc University. Bob- cats plan UA's annual Hoinecuiiiing. Row 1: Ed Ioncs. Ted Kazy fpresi- dcntj, jack Armstrong. How 2: Bob Cuoiwy. Bob Bailey. Dan Reilly. Bill Owr. How 3: Lco Dclla Betta. Roger jalinsim, George Yard, Hugh Haral- son. Cecil VVillis. Not prcscntz Frank Lazarus, . f intl: f 513 1 1471 ww f-..,.,,, S a 'Y N I W hu- -u-an i nu 'no- mu uta- I :www F 5- n- in . i N w 'Q ws: 3 V ' - J Q? l,.,. . l Si ff' .,g, . U- Q - . .....,..x- . .3 -V'1',X,c11'm':gS.-SAM mir. - - 1-sfgm fm.. x . K V V' . - .awizkx V , .,ff.,,m . Vx-9:fl'1:A . "-,.:1::zAw f yqxq Q ,zgfggx AN' ww Wm. - N ' 'WW .x..,.v...,y'g . -. -...-. X igalzf K., I JUNIOR CLASS uffiu-rs urv: Nancy Elm-ru. Tl't'll.S'llI'Ul'j Kurt Storm-ll. 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These are, of course. tl1e basic production enterprises. but there are many other tvpes of work such as agricultural processing. distribution and related services that require a great many college-trained workers. The Agriculture College has three functions: instruction of students. research work carried on at several experiment farms established throughout the state. and diffusion of practical information concerning agriculture and home economics among farm people of tl1e state through extension service. Si11ee advanced de- grees are required for entering some jobs. tl1e college offers. i11 addition to the Bac-helor's Degree. programs leading to both the Nlasters and the Doctors Degree i11 certain departments. A student mav pursue courses i11 any one of MM Jfiliiiljt -"' T Q ,AM U thirteen major fields of study. The Agricultural Experimental Station is a valuable asset to the college and provides the latest research de- velopments for class use. The Experimental Station gives members of tl1e teaching faculty a11 opportunity to conduct research and Write publications in their special fields. Each course is, therefore, taught by a specialist who spends part time in the laboratory and part time on tl1e collcge's experimental farms throughout the state. From these experiences, the teacher brings to tl1e classroom first-hand information which serves to enrich and vitalize his instruc- tion. Students have an opportunity to learn about and actually see the results of experiments which have an important bearing on the agri- cultural practices in the state. Placement op- portunities for graduates range from production jobs o11 tl1e farm or ranch to professional work such as teaching, research and other specialized public service pursuits. , . ,gwasg- as S .. ,. - N 2 fbi.. iii Steve Fazio is displaying to his horticulture students Vorsila Bohrer and Jim Robbins are intently peering through a new variety of lettuce which is grown in Arizona. binocular microscopes to identify different plants in botany lab 9 -. DE.-XX PHIL S. ICCKICIVI The School of Home Economics pre-p.u'es for earning u living in ll wide variety of interesting fielcls of work auncl also prepares lor intelligent pa1'tic-ipution in eoininnnity affairs anal intelli- gent lllllllt'-lllillilllgf Nlnjors are now working as clietitians in hospitals, hotels unml school sys- tein cafeteriasg ns teachers ot Home Economies in elelnentary schools. high schools and colleges: as reseureli worliers in college uncl Qoxerninent l7Ll1'6'2lllS1 as buyers, fashion co-o1'4li1mto1's and stylists in clepzutlnent storesg as nursery school teachersg as clemonstrators of electrical equip- ment with their own rgulio. television and cook- ing school shows. One is busily starting ll hnsi- ness designing and nmking squnw dresses! Nlgun' assist husbands in businesses like euiniuirig inc- tories and furniture stores. where their special- ized l1011lt'-1ll1lliGl'.S lmowleclqe hrinus in money diviclencls. Hunclrecls haue lnlppy homes ot their own in this modern atomic nge. llwwagv- B WUIU117 k 31 UU . i ' 4 ' ' f X I f"N ,gl yu ' , ly 'fi '-f . ' gg. .' X ., . 4 ' x: T ., , n I if ' . ft' Q Q . g ' ,S . i A I i ., ' , 4 X, fs," h -. x ff l 'fm ' ,Avy i A 5-fii-fl N A Y s , is 1- U ,cr : X 1:-tj V is , -5 Ge.: , 1 . k , Q, ,, . LK N 4 , .Q ' .- , 4 "' ' , 'Els -"' . 4 , ' if. X N , xenxux-l ' Xo tt-urs nit nneultiinv for Nlury lim-eton. ixllllt' Sporer .intl ,Io Dolquist. who .ure st-rxing .i huth-t luncheon in the 'iBriu s Course" in ioocl DI'l'D1lI'1lilUIl eourse, Nlurguret Nlerrinni nnnl janet Elstt-ldt-r give home nursing L ire to their patient. Margery' Buelcinglmin. in their the Sick L'l.iss. llonie Curt ull-nts in ugrononiy lah A-x.unine tln-tlilh-1-em types ot semis. .-59, E Husario .-Xgcfuiili Pfziliimpiiirzx' Louis L. Holm Plmwiix llnrolrl A, Dill Pliucliix Bllfliillll lln-stcr Tumini Banliara Kimi Olivci' C. Amlsisuii Fri-cl XVIII. Amlrcw Flzuviiix Tlll'-S'tIl1 Flimlwtli A. BlI1lCL'SllL'llly A. Carl Tmzwn Yuma Inu-li XY. Dnflvit KL-imutli L00 DB'L'l' Tiuzwn Tiles-mi Laurir- C. l'lr.nwli Carulyii Ilyclv Tllf'-SIPII Ylllliisllll I. XY. Laiulisclwr Ruth E. Lawson Tzzuwii Cl1iCug10.IIl. He-nry F. Backer Los Angvlcs. Cal. Bnycl Cla-iuciits Plzovnix YVm, E. Evgmx Tucsmz Tlicuclors- -lnrcliiiu Iliglzlund Park. Ill. XV111. Al. Lunclalil Cr0u'lPy. Colo. Page Baliariuli Tom bstmic Julmny' F. Colvin Casa Grande llolvt. E. Francy Yurzuin Luis BI. jolinson UYIIITCII Iulm NIL-Cluslcc-3' Tzuwmi 'N dwg Fricliarcl R. Barney Charles Bcmliarcl St. David B. Cunningham A10 John Haze-ltine Turrsnn Patricia Ke-rsli Plzovnix Lviivttc- Mc-Rae Sf. David 3 TIILZNHII ' Q 'J f-6 N 6 Gd i x fl f ,E :PD "Hr: 4, 'v 46-. .rv- -di r f 60- T11C.s'0n Mary Anno Daum Tucson Ted Hazen Burkeyc D. Tecl Kline Tuc'.s'0n Nadine McRae St. David C. XV. Blac-kleclge Tucsori Luisa cle-Lion Laguna Bench. Cal Nancv Lee Horsev Glolzfr i R. KnappciilJcrger Tucson Saad Maclfai Bllglllllld. Iraq .gg- fv- fi r"N N Ellen Nlaxwcll Ifizmlnle. Ill. Aloe N. Pivrsun Nogales Beverly C. Surgvnt Tucson Bob E. Taylor Tucson ll. E, XVl1itil1f.'C Tempe fs 9 x Nulu1l4uXlihnliam'a1 Illlllll Nllllldllllll Plmmzix Dorothy' C, Polk Tmwmz .-Xniclaw Sclllcuwal-4.1 Ivrsvy Ciiy. X. 1. D, Ivan VlQllUlllll5 Trurmn Cwil L. XYillis 'I'11c.s'mz 1'lll'SlVIl XVIII. Knox Pllvllm- Tmzmn Sylx .min Y. Ss-rliis Hllpflltlllll. Imq 1411111-Q E. Tout Tmzwm -Iaum-s B. XYillis Tlll'.X'1IIl lffilllli Nt'NX'l5l'I'I'y X. IInUg1u"zI.C41l ,llllili 'lf Pxlxucls-5 Piff.S'I7lll',Qll. Pri. Shllltllll Sllunnun Plmunix Clam. Q, Vassar ll'lIllkt'Jltlll. Ill. l71ltI'll'lll xX'll5Ull Xl'r11n'Iln, Iuzuz ..51- -l6'1llllllIIL' Parrish I,im'uIn. Xrlzr. -llbllll L. llHlJlllSUll Plmwnix XY, Sim-luirc Smlr11ir1.Cnlo, Kntlwrim- Ylvalll .lfuwrl Hulxt. D. XYilsun Los .-Xngvlnfs, Cul. C E' , Pt'lltlt'l'LfilSt CJICIIIIIIII' N. I. lllltllk'I'lkl7fCl Xl fn! I l D T ' 'img nz. ixis'S1uitl1 ll!'.N'lJll N. Alanis YYQ-vcll Cluln' ll. T ll. XY: vmlwurnl l1C.s'nn 13 3 5. .. J ll . ' lb. i 1 ...Si ll. li. Pl-rry. jr. Bruuklyn. N. Y. jnunm- Samfnrcl PAIXIIIIUIIII. Calif. Allan-rto Soto DIIIIQIIIVY Phyllis L. NYcscl1 Plmvnix , ,,-ownsn.. ,-. .M W. ,. 5 xx 2 , we ' Q ' V 34.q.Qg9x ' tx- jrf' : - Lyn 8 6 A Y 'B Y 199 'si hi 'W .. K E9 '21 ",- ag'-:V vi A541 A .H 4,,,,,,..-.,,,ff,.,...-.f...f.--A MQW ,..t.-I-f.--.W--.M-s---fem-F..-.Rs--effzf-A-v-'wwf' '- wwf' - I 'QE-Z. ' ,ff Aw' 'g:::1::.:r--?aQ:.a1.:.,.... ,....g. ' - ..... ,.... s::':...2.wL...2'M..-.... ..., - ' ' . 55555553551 EFF ll P M . p WFT? , .i,...',1. .a UUJA V 1 .1 .A af?'amwl ac no 0 Business and Public Administration was a school in the College of Liberal Arts until 1943. when. due to the increasing demand of the war years for the training of secretaries and executives, a separate college was created. Since then, it has received inembership in the accrediting associ- ation, the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. This was one of the first big steps toward the college as it is today. In I9-19. the Bureau of Business Research was cre- ated. This bureau corresponds to the experi- ment station in the College of Agriculture in that it is a shift from teaching to a division of research. It is in this bureau that papers are written for scientific journals. Its purpose is to study the problems of particular significance to business in the State of Arizona. Next year the entire College of Business and Public Adminis- tration will be under one roof for the first time in its history. A building is now under construc- tion which will be ready for occupancy at the beginning of the 1952-53 school year. The new building will have ample space for all class- rooms, laboratories, faculty offices, office of the Dean of Men, Bureau of Business Research, and a special room for any exhibits concerned with the business world. The present BPA Building was the second building constructed on the Ari- zona campus. The new building is going up at a cost of approximately S5S50,000. Its interior will resemble the Liberal Arts Building closely, and it. too, will have a refrigerated cooling sys- tem. The exterior of the building will follow the roof design of the Engineering Building, just as the Liberal Arts Building resembles the Agriculture Building. It will take care of the present enrollment of the college and also will provide room for an increase in student body, courses offered, and staff. The new buildings means the BPA students will no longer be the "orphans of the carnpusfi Dean Elmer 1. Brown watches the bulldozer break ground Dean Brown surveys the progress of the building. This pic fOr the HGW College building. ture, taken in early March, shows the front entrance. DEAN ELNIER I. BHOXVN The students in the Business College elect a presi- dent from the group to manage Commerce Day. This day is set aside for the official "ditch day" for all business students in the spring. Among other independent activities of the college are Alpha Kappa Psi. the mens professional fraternity. and Alpha Ep- silon, the womens group. Both of these groups helped in making Commerce Day a day of relaxa- tion and games, which is climaxed hy the crowning of the Commerce Queen. Ten majors are offered in the College, including accounting, advertising, busi- ness economics, finance. general husiness. industrial administration, marketing, personnel, secretarial stud- ies, and business administration and law. The new- est project for the College of Business and Puhlic Administration, along with their new building, is to offer not only real estate courses, but also to have a major in real estate, due to the increased accommo- dations for new classes. Future secretaries getting some typing practice in prepara tion tor their johs. The required course in statistics keeps these students knee deep in ligures. Talking things o vcr at the Bureau of Business H1-search are' Frances XYhz-ate, secretary: Dr. Lauren Casaday. director Dr. Norman Hin I S 562 sw WIN ii -53- gstrom and john Shirer, assistants. xIZItl1iU.S Antz. jr. NUIL' York. N. Y. Daniel T. Burgin Truison jus. C. Brintnnll Plmwzix Eugenia Calnplycll Paul C. Carroll Plmcnix LaGrange, III. Rubt. BI. Cooney XVm. Coopwood Dubuque, Iowa Tucson Catherine Austin Tucson Scylnuur Bistreich New I ork, N. 1. Murlyn L. Brown Bcnson Thomas Ciochetti Tucson Pete Corpste-in Phoenix 1, 35' Gordon Lee Cox Cl1iL'flgU,lH. Jas. B. Edwards Beverly Hills, Cul. XVilliain Golberg Tucson Harold K. Hunt Miami Don Knotts Tucson Q las. Ford Craig Tilzzwn Angcl joe Elias Tmzwiz Lew 'lf Cray Ctlt'f!l.X. Tl'X'll.X' H. .lakulnowski wb' 'FR :Q X. fs lean 7' M ig. Q X wr .-M, .. Y-. Iiobt. B. Cravcris P11 uvnix Karl Ellcr Tucson UI. Parkt-r Gregg Tucson Fred johnson Xvu' Britain. Conn. llifvlzvll. S. Duk. Holm-rt S. Knox Lloyd E. Kundv Sun Xlarinv. Cal. Rovlicllc. III. I .2 f bs ' i Y Ansvla Crispinu 11ummimil.ImI. Ci-Orgs Evans Tuvxmi Hubert Ciitliria- Hfllzlirtx Tvxux Edwin C. Aiontw wdaw i' H is V5 iv -Ts Vx NJ Mary K. Crist l'l14'I11u.Cu1u. Martin I"t-ldniaii I31'mwkIy1i..'Y. Y. c:t'll1','X,Il.lClik' TIIUXUII Editli Kelly Tucson Xl'llI'VL'Il 1054.-pli Langdon Diiaiiv Ii.lll1lt'liL'l'5 Tzmsmi l'm'.wn - 65 - C. Dianiantopuulcm Lclzrvll, Minas. Hutli Caisford Tmzwn NI. G. Hart-n Tizirvmz Larry Kelly Plmunix ,Ie-rmniiv F. Lawyer Tucxxini Bill Dinkmcyi-r Tmrsori Gerald Citlvs Hurrvy. Ill. -IAICAI, Hayiiiorv Tuumn Roy Edwin King SffHll'l1fL'f.clkIll. Frank I. Lazarus Cim'inm1ti.0l1in 'Q 1' Q. 20- 4, . i Qual LE -Sv' ' we--4 'uv Halter Draegcr Ruvinci, U'i.5'z'. Donald Guida Lux .'lVl,iIL'It'S. Cul Patricia Hill Prvscoti Richard Kinney Tuwon Hobt. E. Lec-liiuli .Xltrsu Q-aw, Hngvr1.1'11l1i1rilt ,. U'i1.xl1iiiufiiii.D.C. Xlllflllll. Xlclfllmy C:1ll'llLlIlClllf.KillI. Nlillmi' NlL'55lIlgL'I' Arlin:tm1.Ci1lif. -lolin S. Xlllvlltl' Piviriil, Ill. Clivstn-1' Pimlmki PiH.sl11ir,Ql1. Pri. 'Q lg, A Bc'1'i1zn'cl L1:nn4mn Oulc Pzirk. Ill. K. hlLlL'fl1lSl'IlilI'lQl Tm-.wil Ilvrhort S. Mills Sf. Clizirlcs. Ill. Richaircls Nlntlmrt Rnyul0iilc..XIii'l1. Xlanwin l'ull1'lic1' Tlllwiiii john L1-uiimcl Riiy nmncl Liin Tiirnwni Tuirxmz D. Nliii-Kiimon Ins. N. xl1lClSCll Bm'urIyI'1iIl.v. Cul, Parlirir. Calif. Ins. L. Nlitulicll Siil C. Rim-ur Tiutsfm Plmcnix Bill XI. Nclsnn Floyd Nietcrt II San Dirgu. Calif. Akron. Olzin All-x Pmscs juss-ph Pvtttyjnhn Rm-If 1.5-lim 's-fi' 'vb af ligne? 1 SQ l U, : ..,-A l N . ,Z .,f2 'P . - ,km ,N . if Q f 4 V -is - f. 4 I ra f nl' all i -, I .1 iwv V xt 4 41.111, , Syn, ii 5-11 1 in 1 R 'TIF' if lr IllilIC'lL't70Ll. Calif. C. Halclen Lowry Tucson Chas. L. Miigness Tiicson Lunes Bloom-y Tiuwuii Berniu'clinc OL-on Tmixoii Alun Pivtrowski YVUUSUII 'ew Bailclo Lutich Phillip Lyclclon YVin. McDowell Mimni Rolling Hills. Cul. CoronaDelMai'.Cc1l Marion Xlimcmunn John F. Murohn Alphonse Marra Tuvsnii Allmny, N. Y. 1i'i'.scyCify, N. I. Sylvester Morey Shnrlet Bloring Jack P. Mowry Tucxmz Tucson Delaware, Ohio Xlvlllllllll E. Ovci' Angelo A. Piirato Grant Parsons 'I'i1i'.s'mi Jlvlrnscf. X, M. Phoenix Piitricin Pictrowski Patricia Ann Pults Ilarolcl I. Purcell Tiii'.s'im College' Cor.. Ohio San Gabriel. Cul, J" -661 20, flu- 1 1 mf if ist wi 4 X 1 3 Don W Ollll In CL'fLlICiIJ.1iLlfiL'l3ff P11111 Cl, lit-vs, -Ir. D411111-l -I. livicly f'f1f1ff1"- IH- T""t"" T""""' Tllusniz K1-nt C, H0111-rts Tlll'.S'UIl Yirgi11i11E1 Scott Izzspinltimi Civil D. Sturgt-Q Tilt'-YUH CilLl1'll,'S XY1'iiS E1l,QL'lIL'. Orruifn LLll'I'X XY1'igl1t Tutzsmi C3- sl ar:-r Tllliwlll K1-ith lf. iiULlK'IAN NIni'1'ixli.liuliil1s Tmtwn Klum Eiilllllllli Q. Scully Ruin-1'ti'. Slum-111 TIIVMIII ' ' ' ' i ' .Iull11Y. Sxxiiiiiuix Tmxwiz 1lUXYLll'Cici.xxiititk' Ci lx ll 111 itf-iiiii Tuvwn Ch-1111 A, Yuki-in Tlirwlz ' 4 I 4 M W 1 3 , xx I ., Pa1tsy':X1111 lltmrli P1l1ll'Ilf.X Edu. Y. Sulunitit lluzluxlu, Calif. Huipil li. Slillhtk fnliff. HLllPlliI3.xv.lNl1lli Tucxwn Huy xyttiillll BI'u1rIill1I1..Y.Y. z X 5, 4 , E fx 1. N s."',.'5.,.-1m'1.,, The College of Education, with co-operation of other colleges ot the University, Otters prepara- tion in tour fields. The division ot secondary education prepares teachers and heads of de- partments in academic suhjects. art. commercial snlmjects. music. speech. physical education. and atlministrators of junior and senior high schools. The division of elementary education prepares classroom teachers and administrators for ele' mentary' and iunior high schools. The division of supervision and administration prepares su- pervisors. principals, and snrperintentlents for city, town. and county Lruralb schools or school systcnis, supervisors of art. connnercial suhjects. Pllj'SlClll education. and directors ol educational 5 . and vocational guidanceg and the division of educational research prepares directors of re- search tor school systems. and directors of educational and vocational guidance. The Col- lege offers prograins leading to both the Bachelor of Arts in Education and the Bachelor of Science in Education degrees. A Nlaster of Education degree has been added to the Nlaster of Arts in Education and the Doctor of Phil- osophy in Education degrees. Also, this year marks the estahlislnnent of a new curriculum lihrary containing materials pertaining to the education field. which is a valuable asset to the students enrolled in the College. Yum A -IZ , Mary Shellenberger practices teaching in one of Tucson! Nancy Flint demonstrates the technique to be used in public grade Schools, teaching elementary classes. 168, DEAN OLIVER K. CAltliE'l'SOX A course in practice teaching. which is given dur- ing the senior year. prepares future teachers in a practical way. This is the clirnax to two years of preparation and gives the students the opportunity to apply principles in a classroom situation and watch their effect. At the present time. more teachers are needed than are availahle. There are fire hasic re- quirinents in the adequate preparation of teachers and school officers - a broad and liheral educational hackgroundg thorough and substantial scholarship in the fields to he taughtg adequate professional prep- arationg study designed to give a knowledge of the pupils to he taughtg and proficiency in actual class- room practice. For the prospective secondary teacher. a major subject or field and one or more minor sub- jects or fields representing his chosen specialties should be chosen. For the prospective elementary teacher. broad liberal education rather than speciali- zation is desirable. The Appointment Bureau of the University encounters no difficulty in placing its education graduates. ,UW it og - le 2 ll 5 mill nw yy Y ? - 115' 35 -- Wig e T2lL -lanis Wet-t'li. honxe l'L'UllUllllL'5 education llltllllf, gains practical experience hy working at the llnlu-1'sity Nursery. Demonstration of woodwind instruments is given in the inusic education class. Nlrs, Phyllis Logan lrightl conducts a tour through the Uni- xcrsity Art Gallery, 5 1,1 ' xlilfltbll XY, .'XllLllllQ G1"zlIia1rirl.x. Hivlz. llmvanl ll. llvax vr Urlamrl. Tv.ra.w Oscar Carrillu. jr. TIICYYHII Clurial'.Cul1n Tucson ,lack XY. Dmnoml Smrtl1KwlI,C4u1r1. . , E.. 2 . -X 5 . vi K .N J , l , N213 iw 1 -. x il' vlacaldavz Ruth M. Baxter Tedii V. Baver Phoenix Slt. Llc. Cy.. Utah Janet Butler Charlene Carlson Tucson Tucson Elizabeth Clark Iorome A. Coffcy 0.5-kalaosa. Iowa Long Isl. City, N.Y Nancy Don Julia B. Doner Casa Granzlo Tucson Iocelyn Fvlclman Martha A. Frazier Los Angelus, Cal. Nogales Patsy XI. Akins Bm-tty Annlcrson Xlarj. A. Anderson -Ioan Arrnstrnng Edgar M. Barrett Yuma TIIUYKPII TIICSUII Allramlira. Calif. Clzofcau. Mont. Etlwartl B. Bcrgr-r Marilyn Brrnlmaral Barbara Bitter janet Brandt Pat. C. Bunton Tmwnrr Trims-mr Ouirrvgf, Ill. Bramley. Calif. TuC.s'on Frank A. Cn-laya F. Clrarnlmurlain ,lanicu Cllambt-rs NI. Clnlikas llobcrt I. Cioffi l"ln1'um'c' Antiaua.GuulvmalaI'lmr'nix Tucwmr Long Islllnfl. NI. David C. Colt-man llvlon A. Conclit .-Xclarn A. Curclnnc C. F. Cota-Rnlmlcs Lois A. Dvnis lllll'.S'UH 'l'11c'.s-mr Nvu' Yurlc. NI. THKYXUII TuL'.s'm1 Paul AI. Eagan Barbara ll. Fall Arclitll Fannin II. L. Fasslcr Nancy Helen Ft-cs Trizwwm P1'z'sz'nlf Los' .-h1,gc'lt'.v. Cal. Xara York. NI. Ain Aw -1- . - Q - - x - rr Iii? 9 1: 'T X .- V 5- 4 , H, " -, gnu' . .. .f.' v -'V T ' uxbb 'af M X X . . X.. 9, 93 3? QQ 3 'L' -' , f'Cis5S33 M ,"'3?1Q. '. ' ' , Sw . ,W .1 -. 4, . ' " ' 'fl 4 ' E . ,. . 1 ' P '. ea.: li 'M' 4 - ff LEa2,+1.b5 l .. if! "S -X ri K t L- 'QQF . ik x.. K,!', WB' WU' , 1 l . L l 3 5 ...rf f' f'iN. 1701 in 11 Q. 4-' 1 Patricia Gardner Elxiru KI. Clad Ic'r0me Tuvsan Jane Snider Hagan Jos. F. Hnllnrnu Tucson Plzilarlvlplmz. Pu. Hclen Iillfflllllll Louisa- Ilupkinx TIIL'-5071 lJuu,QIu.x Tummiu E. In-xxx-ll Annu JUIIIISUII Plmcnix U'iIIcux Alice LL-1114111 Nunn-Y LL'X'kl55l'lll' Pvoria, Ill, II'nfir1gt'n Pk, C7111 DaviclR.Ch+mlsm1 Nlalry li. clfllllillll Snlln- flrvgg Tuc.sou Barbara Ilan- Y'1lslcr'g11'4'. Alu. I. l',.Hullx1'l111IL1m lillt'-NUM FI'Llllt'l'S .-X. hlug Cl1ir'ug1f.I11. Nanci 1.4-mis Iluzzglm I a ,' L.. .1 - Fl. uvlllfllf, Inzl. TIIFMPII Tzuwnn Lila lIc'ff'L'lf1I1gvr Sully XI. Hivlxx K1-nm-lla .-X. Illll Uwlim'l..C1'4-gorw' bm- lx. C.ru1m-1' Tvnrpa' Nl41ry'l..Ilim-x E.Yl'l'I.X'i1ll'. Hum, TIILWIIII Tllrwlz llniwlr -r Y. VI. Ilulwlvucl Anna- L. llunum-l SllY1lIlIlk'llllllgi'I' Ex L- Y. Hunt fm mn l'lzm'nix Plmcnix Ayn Lrnruml .-X. Lnlgl' Carolyn Lrurgdnn Num-5' C. I,u11gclon xluvivr' li. I,L-dcslnn 1luu1ll'rfz'H. luuu Ba.'11f1uu'w', Calif. Tzzcxmn Tmzsmz 141.111 I,iL'llU'llNU'lIl R. D. I..UIlQl'Ill!AlIlflhFilf' H. x1L.'C:U1'llliL'l'i Jn-.111 I". KIMANQL' Tmxwn XV1lifL'l'fL'L'l' Tmrmn Sllllf1l,x1UllfL'tl.Clll. Nlilclrwd A. Cumby Tmzxnu llgurlvt ll. Hoag I'lnu'ni.x' I2lifLlbl'tll BI.jnck41 Tmrxmz Bvlty II. Lclrmun Allu'rfL'ill4'. Minn. jus. 1"l't,'LI Nlurcuz- TIILYXUH ff Y vb, Ni I I K Siem-3 Xli-vriazi Tuvmzi Lillian Nlueller Tzzuxmi Doris IH-elnlw Casa Grmulr' Douglas SL-utt TIIKYXUII lXlar3'anna Smith Trlrwnii 1 Lila -li-an NlL'lAL'l'l 1'lmcuix Edward Murray Tilcsml Arlyn Penniclc Tmns-mi Martin Shaw Dvfrnif. Midi. Shirley Snook Cnlmu. Calif. Audrey Meyer TIM'-SUV! June Nady Tucson Georgia Perrin TIICAOII Marv Shellcnher RlJl'kfl7I'f1. III. Marion Sola-l Plinmiix' 4? 8 Q Della Marie Mills RI ua anne Nlinarcl Oruelcr Nancy Naffziger Przmnix. Kun. Evelyn Potter Sun Di0,Q0, Calif. 1A'J1I'!1illl, Muni. Harry Nelson TIIQYYUII -luclith Richerson Tuvsmi gm-rl'atsy SlillfflcbarflfcrDiane Sides Plmcnix Ann Spaulding Pfznwiix Pliuwiix Murray Spitzer Tuz'.s-un Jeanne Mm-ur Tvnipc Bob Onorato Bronx, NY. Marcia Rogers TIICSUII Dorothy Sicglc Tucson Hay Stephens Tufsmz 0 Irina Xlontijo Tucson Madeline Parc Tucson Bohbic- Russell Aja Mary Sinclaire Andover. Mass joan Stevens Puxfun. III. Nlargaret Nlnsier Bisbce Elizabeth Parrish Carnegie. Pa. Marilyn Schneider Tucson Cleo Smith Plmcnix Irene Stute GICIIIIIIIL' 72- I '--. 91-s Klnrj. Strussluxrgur Cnrul 511111111 X'il'LflIli.l Fl-.lYlUI' Angel 'lkvllux StC11IJc'11riIIU, Olzin Tm'.sm1 TIIUNUII Trwwrz Rosita 'lbrrcs Ldvl Trent C.1tl1ry11 'I'11r11l111Il 1111111-rt Yorbica Tucson TIIUSUII IJzl1'1'r1po1'f, 1111111 XVIIFVUII Douglas I. xvllfd XV. Xviidlillgtllll IJLltI'iClLl XY1-In-r IJUITIILI Lvff YYclIs Tuctson TIICNUII Sun Divgn. Calif. Tuvsmn P11111 XYl1ite C:L'l'Ll1dXYiL'kllLlll'l lili7.1l11-tl1 NYilli11111s II1-I1-11 A111111 NYoml TIILTYUII GlVl7lIffl',l. Jlivlr. 111111541111 Iluydwz 'S 4 .W 1111111 XY. 'l'l1n111a1s U'iUi1's'-H1l1'l'z'. Pu. IIi'I'lN'l't XY111-sull T1u'w11 C1411 XY1-sl Tlllixml Ngunni XYUUQI IIKIUKIUII .'XIlllLllXll 'I-IIHIIIITN 1l4Il'l'lIl'i IAYLIIS1' XX11 TIICWIII I1'1'11v NYM Ilwlzwqf QIICI' fewfiw' ' An engineer is not a glorified mechanic working under the direction of a scientist hut a man who. with a knowledge of mathematics, hasic sciences and his own engineering arts and sci- ences. adapts the materials and forces of nature to the use of mankind As soon as ll new scien- tific principle is discovered it is the engineer's task to put it to use. In so doing he works in a virgin field doing things that have never hcen done before. This requires rigorous training and much ingenuity. Our natural resources were here when the Indians roamed the land unino- lested. Under a free enterprise system with risk capital available. the engineer has raised the standard of living from that of the Indian to that which we enjoy today. The field of Civil Engineering. which covers roads. streets. dams. irrigation systems. water supply, sanitation, struc- tures and all public works. is always important in the development of a new country. It has served well in Arizona. Electrical and Mechan- ical Engineering are the fields mainly respon- sihle for this mechanized age in which we live. The recent movement of industrial and research organizations to the State has made electrical and mechanical engineering of increasing im- portance in Arizona. Assistant Professor Arlancl Foster instructing students in pro Xlechanieal Q-rigirit-mririg students testing the quality of oil, duction engineering class, -74- l DEAN JOHN C. PARK The Eiigince-ring Collcgc is finding it difficult to nn-ct tlic nccds of tlic Statc for enginccrs in the tlircc czitcgorics incntioncd bcforc. Ciudu- ates, liowcvcix find no difficulty in cuinpcting with cnginccrs from otlicr collcqcs. citlicr in Arizona or clscwln-re. Tlic collcgc offers cur- ricula lcading to the dcgrccs of HS. and XLS. in thc aftircnn-ntioncd tlircc ficlds of cnginccr- ing. All tlircc of tlicse curricula lime been accredited by the Engineers' Council for Pro! fcssionnl Dcvclopincnt. which is tlic official nai- tional uccrcditing agency for ciiginecriiig cul- lcgcs. In addition to this training. tht- Collegtf provides scrvice to industry and the public in testing and consultation. fl 'flffiilxlwsv ri ,Q s If W dm 1. ' lil: i Elcctricnl ClHIi11l't'YlIlQ stndcnts dcinonstruting tlic liulli fix-qiiciicy gciicrntur in industrinl clcctrnnics liilv. Professor E. 5. Burgquist rind studcnts testing cuncrttc cylinder in civil cngiiiccrinq liilm. -1. ving ri prolili-iii in tln- fluid ll10Cl1tll1iCS lailn. llvnry B. Bolzlnrl Tiuxwn V-lxlll'ULllll'l' F. Cocks .ll0n'ni'i XY. XI. c:Cll1IIlGll.vll'. 1lllllllL'll P. A. lluawy' Plznvnix C, H. Klinr-lvurgvr TIICSUII YN-r el ,I 'Q lif- i Dunzilcl XY. Brown -liumw Bustrin, Ir. Tlurwu Yiiivcnt Ciniu-rli I id AndersonTlicoclorc Barnard E. H. Barnum, jr. llllfllltll Tuvsun Pmlwt. D. Callnlian Tiuwiin Louis P. Dr-nis Tuzzwn Clgiuclv C. Hull Tiirwmi Alan-lc E. juni-S I'l1uL'ni.r XVIII. D. Lovelvss ClIl'l1l'!1-N. Vl'IH'1-lll'lIlDlllllfll, Minn. L. P. Ci-i'iu11'cl U'll1lIUflil1. Ill. O. ll. llutuliinson StlL'l'llI71UHlU. Calif. Lanvrm-ucv Laniln Flinl. Mivlz. 2 X i ff 1 ff Q 1 4. A 3. Turtwn Tuiiwn xYrlI'I'1'Il E. Dulll XYillizun Curr-n Bisbvc' Ervin F. Jnlmstiin gm. Plnmvnix il ,. rf' 5' . Chas. L. Larriclc I Q, 3 if ii, Sulana Bmlrlz. Cali 3" 'Q A il -QQ N 'xx Tucson Douglas Dyer H. Campbell Paul XV. Cella Santa Ana. Calif. Tucson Russell E. Denkcr C. O. Dicfendorf P1zilaflclpliia.Pa. Coolidge Karl YV. Hanson Xllaync Holden Tucson Duncan Rolwt. D. Kiicstner Milan Kalembcr Plzimnix Clzinu Valley Dannic lXICAllistc-1' Billie McDonald Clwululv Ray City. Ga. lllillinni Bickley Tucson Ernest Clark Tucson James F. Dutton T u C30 n Hay M. Huebner Tucson James L. Kirk Tucson D. C. Blacliallor Colo, Spgs., Colo. Buarent Biesenicyor Tucson Xvillllllll Cleverly Tucson jesus M. Garcia Mesa Lindley P, Hussey Tucson Ralph L. Kitch ons Tucson jose-ph C, Major Stamford. Ontario Nw. IG- 'LT :Jr E i H . in lllllil ..,,. L H ... H Q ff 1 A . 1 an f 1 91' Q1 .li , .ig . . :I Q Q' . V . md, ii K 5. V 'U - T Q A it YN 1- 'wa HA -. U . - .. . -Q SEM? u L76.. A 'T" X.. .fi I '9 in Q A 1 Aki --' 121' Cla-nn C. Manning T ll csc ll KI. Fay Nortlnvaly Eleafrica England XY111. H. Procter T11c's1111 Rc-ino Rukkila Tucsmz Don R, Squire Plzvcnix Fred G. xYilI'IlE'I' Tuc.s'on 'SA T111-11d111'1' H1111-1' E.xc'u11zlicl0,C11lif. Hnlmt. 'If fJvBI'iL'll T1l1'.x'1111 Ehnvr F, 131.11 T111'.s1111 XV111. F. Hnssp-Il T14r'S1111 KIu111'ic-1- Stcpl1a11 T11c'.x1111 Cmnt E, XY.1r11e1' Pl10c'11i.v L XS - 101111 KI. XI111111-1' H. l2.NIo11ti111.AI1'. Xnr111.111 L. 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Xxvflgllt I.llll'L'll T111'x1111 T111'w11 T111'w11 IQ111u1111111 I 71.-4 'T' 1-.N P.111l Nady T111w1111 Russell -I. Pl1l'h'I' Plm1'11i.1' Rnlxt' T11c'.s'1111 vlllfk Smith l'11c'.s'1111 Holvt. -los. XY111tcr Fr01111111t. Olzio XY111. A. Zalchry Tucson ag? ,-4m In 1932 the School of Fine Arts moved into a one-time dormitory to become a college which today ranks high among fine arts colleges in the nations state universities. The college in- cludes three arts -drama. music and painting. Dr. john Crowder took over the duties of dean of the college in September. 1951. Dean Crow- der. who has done private study in Austria. came from the University of Nlontana. where he had been professor of music and dean of the Fine Arts College. Andreas Andersen is head of the art department. which is housed in the library because of inadequate space in the Fine Arts Building. He is also director of the University of Arizona art collection, which includes paint- ings by contemporary American artists and the Kress collection. Upon receiving the Kress paintings this year. a special gallery was pre- rf. pared in the library. The art department has three divisions-still life. portraiture and life models. Herring Hall houses the drama depart- ment. Each year the department presents five plays. ranging fI'Oll1 Shakespeare to the modern. "Gramercy Ghost" and "Othello" are examples of this years productions. The department is headed by Peter lt. Klarroney. Stage crafts is supervised by Robert C. Burroughs and Nlrs. Fairfax XValkup is in charge of costuming. For the inauguration of President Richard A. Har- vill. the music and drama department combined to produce the most spectacular musical in the history of the University. according to the news- paper reviews. 'iBrigadoon." by Frederick Loewe and Alan -I. Lerner. was the musical comedy presented, In an advanced painting class. I. ll. Petty adds the finishing james 'iScotty" Scott gives a few pointers to Smoky Aitken touches as Marianne Kircher patiently poses. head in the still life class. DEAN .IOHX B. CHOXYDER l The Sen-lrty-txx'm1 lHt'lllT3CI'S of flu- xILll'L'lllllL': Baml gum wi cli1'0L-tc-cl by Sazmucl S. Fniu. llc' mlm r r stuclvnt syruplrolry orclrestru. wlriclr is umrrrpusl-ul uf 1 SCYt'llfy-flY0 ml-11 aural XYll1lll'll. This 51-u1'. for tlu- first ' timo in four f'l'lll'S. girls wr-rv ullmxul to rnurcln m 'll ' the lumcl. Bow lt'L1YlIlLf for the smwiu- clwinclln-cl tln numlwr in tllijliilllil. lllllkllll tlm girls lll'L'l'S5Lll'f'. Tl ullnlf-lVilclcz1ts.N rl small group from tlu- lmml. vntvr- M' taim-cl foutlmll 2llllllt'llCCjS uml lltllL'l' unnplrs grml f with musical cluwllirrgs. Tlrc lmrncl gnu' mum-1'tx in fUlll'lk'0ll cmmmrnitivs in ll fixv-clay tour of lriglr lul Schools in nortlwuste-rn Arizmm. Thu' mlm trgrw to Phoenix to play' ut the .Xrizmm Staltu- Fair, .Iulm Bloom clirvcts the xx'011w11's Qlcc cllllm null thu il Lu pellu choir. The mcnls glee club is cli1'e-ctml by l,m':-in Holla-nbvc-k. At C:lll'lStlllLlS. the clmml gram vs, xx" , 5 . 1 , T 1 . . I -XI " lth LYINTVI' ilu- clilvrtiurl uf lluluwt Bl11'1'nu,lrN, tlrl xtrr Lllllx Lu c it tom 115159017 G' lutwtllt Kult in 5 VNMJ 1' clvw uvllxlflln lx m'l.llvul'.llm' xvlx ful' ilu' lwxl 15 f ll Wllllllfll llllllllllllfll 9 A----N f , J C 'iffffi-'-4 ffffuu rx N Tlrv pmlllurilnl Llnsx, lllIl:4'l' lln- xrrpf-rwixrnrr nl Xlxx l- ur Xllrllurp. p1'vp.lx'w Ll!Nflllllt'i for llrr- Slralv-xp: m plu CrrriQtiuc Klamlvll .rl lugr rcciml. 179.- is 5 sv,- 3-.. aq 0-P ,-44 I11lIlSlllL'1l Alclin Tutrxi in Dunailcl llainscn Tl1t'.x'mi Xliirciu Nl. Nlurcli Los .'xllLfL'IL'-Y. Cul, Brict' St-lmllt-r Plmwiix Patricia Blaine Tucson -liiiiws ljiiins Stlffurrl ElL'lll'llJl' XlL'llSL'l1 Timsmi blulin P. Smith Tmrsiui Louisu BllClll1llllIl Irvin Clzristnplicr TIIZYSUII Irvine. Ky. Rlurgtirct lnglmm .lay Ks,-uric T11t'.s'm1 Bultnn. 1111. -lack Nlillt-r Vernon Myers, jr. Al1nln11m1.Culif. Sioux Cifff.1UlL'tl Mary' 'lbwiist-iicl Nlailculni Ulitt Sun Dif',uii,C11Iif, TIICNUII Marilyn Cult- Furgo. X, Dali. C. Kiecklicfcr AIUUIAL'-S'f0lL4Il. X. j. Duvicl Xiulmlns Tuvsmi Robert Nllulst sg QQ' Etta Eiscnliurt Hayden -lane Lewis I uma Dixie Nuttall C ot'11i.s'C Arthur XVicncr , lg,-X ilr'7'E',w' K I ll'11i:kt'.s'l11l. ll'i.s'u. S. B'1'1z'r1Iimi. CHI. . 0 1 . 'i W .In . . 4 2 ,K Q -gg.. :KN Ellen Gross Broken Bow. Xebr Charles Linder Phoenix Rita Riggs Smifrl.-lm1.C11iif. FX .AQ ln 1391. provisions for post graduate work were made. and the Graduate College took ai foothold on cmiipus. In 1899. the first inzisters degrees were conferred. From 1899 to 1920. twenty-six niasterls degrees were grunted. and in 1920, an Ph.D. degree was conferred for the first time. Today the Graduate College is prospering with one of the largest enrollments of its history. Approxiinzitely Imlf of the Unix'ersity's graduate students liavc come from out-of-state and from many foreign countries. Nlzrstc-r's degrees in fine arts. humanities. biological science. physical sciences. education and social sciences ure ot- fered to the University graduate students today. Also Doctor of Philosophy degrees in agri- i way 2'-isa?-1'-12g-Leaf: - 1.'-EC .1 V ..- ,:Hf':mgH,L,..qI:,e... 4,4 '.f"f-fi..-!,..J4.:.f-P f4.i:,.,: 51136 3: vm ff" Ir-..,f-Q-?"f-.-.13 ,- --...-V s.N.,...1: . I'- Z-:-4:1:J.:g x4:. :. ff 71,-21 1-A--: i::.r,'--1-'feel F 4H,'2C...,4:.,n:7J2...5 3,1 C b 51,-. Li: :fT:B5?-fic:-Z,..2,:E,: .-. .n,.'-nw:fg,,-- ... T1 " Y ""'r:f",-fm - ,.. , . f-P g-- ... -f-,-4 4, ..s-5 I w '-few-"f-:"Caf-T1 5 .,.'I-fq,:r-:,:..4 f"- AAL 73: jf-+,....:' fp-d:.,"17f-...Rf -.,'-" SLD A F I-4' -fr-4. "' -4 JC.-C,-4 7':"fsZ,' ar'- '-1 it-1, 77,-,.71,5,, ni,-gg QF.. ,va-M-Q.. 7-LT.-J., 'I i-I-1:q pf-v-4,541 ,A -if--f-4-,-f'-' ' 'K :-E'4:,. ZCLEE Mr. " .-1...-'A-' f- -'Cz'-'. -1--:-:.,"'-.,,7,, -f -czm--f :..g.-,.:f- . ....- -,- ....-,. .. fr .va--m A IF' ' u s.,...,,,--1 "1 .. IL..-1-1-,.-. 9-1-.F+Af-I:-.-,zf-fc,.:r -: :""' -A :---'. - .,'CJZ'Q.,'?f, ',T,.':- :- j:Qnf-s- r-Q ...... -m ,..:--:H HAH.- .. 1"' -ru VTP.-.-'-14 .4 L -P+ AA.-gg--.f-. "1'j1IQ:'22"y:"n P-I-' -'T'-v-ft'4:'Z-5ff""--1"T ' -5-...... - , ' -'-"-'wwf-s ,,-,.. ........ vf""'v f-N'-r """" .,. ...,,,, ,, -M-.-- f.- '. Ffa "'L4"",-u-1' ..i.i-w.:"'c-H-f-.MQ '-::nf"""1 '-A 'Q r"I,-1 f. Lf- Q1-'C L H- i- -T"",-f-H'f:o ,-fT3,.-- -1 ,-..2...f1',5"Ef'5,-,--r-fQ ,.'I'.""5-2-'cnf'Q."'-1".""5"' ok. H-ft.. 4,-1-fnffcf if ' 1? ti ..,...., f I, 1 V F! 1. X ig, :H I' ., 'Egg , Plant pathologist Ross Allen looks over ri specimen. Checking hrictcria ure Charles Molnndcr. Robert Trout- niun und Arthur A, Lee. Ir. 1 ' 1 A-Y-...... n--nu--.-. If' 5. nllllnulululn- wj ezqxzi W . xt gnslupunn- X ,E - :f:5 E':E . 1. ' , LU. -, QSDTQ ' as Q-x ...AN -Y. ' ,Y "Q .R ...sad llalim Akol. metallurgy graduate. incasures the heat intensity of radio-aetixe material. Anthropology graduate joe XYhr-at pieces together the lnrolien t-hips of ancient pottery. XYorking on his political science thesis is graduate Harold Rudi. CAN Q--M. DE.-XX DAVID PATRICK The Graduate College is directed hy the dean. Dr. Dayid L. Patrick. with the helpful assistance of his secretary. Nliss Frances Cloud. The flliflllty 1'epresentatiyes of the various colleges on cam- pus and the dean make up the Committee on Graduate Study. which is the administrative hody of the Graduate College. The following is a quotation which appropriately fits the graduate students: "For each of the graduate students. all knowledge is worthy. and study is ol' supreme importanceg other activities can be legitimately put aside." Only the graduate students can fully nnde1'stand and realize the importance of the ahoye quotation. S . '9 QVQ Us Y VT xt? 1 lu.. i f 5, 9 44 f' fm Klub" Bevan B. lildkw Pinm 'l'I1om.1s I,,Eclm NVIIHUJU. ldulm C. I. Smith Plmvnix Hula 'l'ur'w11 Illllll XY. . .Ui1f1l1cs14 Il All lunpc Dnnlc Nhtnu Il -X Alun um: In lmwn -.. .x -.N The College of Law was established in 1915 as a school. and was a part of the College of Letters. Arts. and Sciences, which is now called the College of Liberal Arts. In 1925. a sep- arate College of Law was created by the legislature of the State of Arizona. and moved into its present building. The building was re- modeled in 1929, and given over for the use of the law students entirely. moving other classes to other buildings. As the college grew aflaw in years. it added to its independence and prestige by maintaining its own student body association, called the Student Bar Association. Its library has accumulated approximately 30,000 volumes. The Law College has two professional fraternities, Phi Alpha Delta and Phi Delta Phi. and also a womens professional sorority, Kappa Beta Phi. It is on the approved list of the American Bar Association and a member of the Association of American Law Schools. jack Stewart and Darrow Thompson searching for reference in the college library. Pitching pennies in front of the college is a favorite pastime of law students. 84 I ACTING DEAN sl. RYRUX Nh-CORNIICK The Law College teaches its students. not only in the classroom. but also through practical ap- plication. One of the ways in which the students in the Law College are given training for practice in their profession is the widely known Fegtly Nloot Court competition. These debates. named after Dean Emeritus Samuel NI. Fegtly. were begun in the school year. 1938-19539. Dur- ing eaeh of the three years of study. teams from eaeh class participate in debate and are judged in the competition. This year. the Law College distinguished both itself and the Uni- versity hy having two of its third-year law students. Charles Ares and Henry Kiker. win not only the regional. but the National Nloot Court Competition. which was Sponsored by the Association of the Bar of the City ot. New York. Ares won outstanding recognition for his College through appointment as a law clerk to a member of the U. Supreme Court for the 1952 term. l ,larril Kaplan presents his ease to Mr. XYoods in the Moot Court as Robert Stubbs. George Randolph and Anthony Terry listen. Student Bar Association ineinhers arez -IoAnn Diaunos. Rudolph Nlariseal. Clmrles Ares. Ted Blootlworth. jerry Leykowitz, Row 2: Rohert Stubbs. Earl XVard. Robert lllIi'i'lIlilI1. Ernest Ileiniann. NYilliam Penn. N""'4 Reading room in the law library. fab YV gr Fl' lj--""" f x llarry .'xL'lxk'l'lll1lll XVIII. S. Amlrews Charles Edgar Arcs TIIKZXUII TIICWIII Tzuzwm Riulmarcl Cln-mans Daniul Cracclliulo Lynn XY. Folger Cunlidgv TIIFSUII Hi1'z'1'.s'i11C. Calif. Ernvst L. llCllllilIll1 Lanrvnw llvmlvrsonHolmt. A, Huffman Tmtsmz Pllnmlix Tzzzzwmz julm KAI4-sg-ln.,I1A. nliillll Francis Mills Frank E. Murphy TIHYSUII Pl'l'-Nfllff Tllfwlll john Savoy G1-urge Scnnn-r. lr. .lack Davis Sl'ICL'll Plmcnix .llimni Dmzglux eadafza Fluynl K4-ith Bvntm1'l'vcl Bluoclwortlm XYarrcn R. Bruck llllllll ljllllglll-S TIICSUII Nancy L. l'lllll'Il'l2l1tRlL'l1LH'Cl ll. Cmwtz Paul Eugene Halc- 1'-IUFUIICC Tm'.s'm1 Tmrwn Ll-wis T. li1L'l'iSOI1 Tom Jones HL-nry A. Kilwr Till'-Will Till'-S1711 Sunlc' FU. N. Hat. Linwoml Perkins Davicl VI. Perry Douglas Pvterrnon Yunm S. Irlrlmrille. Ohio TUIYSOII Halplm Sic-nvriglwt Sold Xlllclclcll A. De-YVitt YVarcl .lvrurnc Tmwmz Cor.sic'm1cl.Texas wk K. XYillilJy E. Case. lr. PlIU!'Ilf,Y lvan H. lluwliins TIICSLJII Julian ll. McClure Till'-S071 Eugcnc F. Petfckis Pfzucnix Earl E. XYccliS TllC'5'0l1 XYLlltL'l' Chic-fc-tz Tucson -I. ll1lYtll0l'DCXVllltt' Tucus-rm Dale E. Marencla Phoenix L. E. Rothschild Tucsnn John H. XVestovCr Tuuwun fr A1 Pi WW -86- I i fl V1 .9 I ! I Qi 4 H ll V k I I l 1 . I 1 l I 1 I l l l V . l 6 1 l l xxx w - " Nfi 'X .,: iii 2, -' - , . . 15.1, -Q f , - - nn- N . .Im Xi' in ls 5 7' ,, . 1 v Y L, . R Hail. .gvrffr 'fuss Vu Qiqeqrj r, c c ""v i , 'v,i 1 r,,,. Vw ag! ffm The Liberal Arts College. the largest college in the University of Arizona. has Dr. Francis A. Hoy. former professor ot lfrcnch as new dean this year. He succeeded Dr. liichard .'X. Harvill. now president of the lliiiveisity, Dean Hoy has hccn at the Unixcrsity for St'YL'l'ltl'l'll years. There are nineteen departments in the college. Students choose inaiors and ininors in anthropology. astronomy. lwactcriology. chemis- try. classics. English. foreign languages. history. inter-Ainerican studies. journalism. inatlieinatics. philosophy, physics political science. psychol- ogy. and Zoology. The CllI'lilCllllllll is especially designed for those who wish to ohtain a liheral education and a hasis for further specialized study. For those planning to enter the pro- fessions, specialized curricula are offered for pre-inedical. pre-dental. pic-nursing. pre-law. pre-education, and pre-pliarinacy training. Stu- dents may also find niany outstanding features to rnppleinent or aid their studies. Future astronomers ohtain practical experience in the Ul3M'l'X'2llOI'y. using any one of seven telescopes. one oi' which is the 36-inch Steward reliecting telescope. .Iournalisni students receive news al- inost as quickly as it happens through the inediuin of an Associated Press teletype inachiue. which enables them to get valuahle practice working with wire copy. A new addition to the antliropology department is the Clila Pueblo Collection, which is thc largest collection of Indian relics ot the Southwest. Modern equipments such as the recording machine are The familiar lluinanitics Reading Room where students used effectively in the language classes. can obtain reference books and see paintings connected -37- with the course. Jima! ide In the animal psychology lah. Dr, O. A. Simley gives jane Evans and Tommy Brooks a tew points on rat maze running. Dale Kelley. Dan Hundell, and Philip Castro eollahorate on a prohlem in the radio electronics laboratory. Dr. Bertram Kraus explains the anatomy of the apo to a group of anthropology students. DEAN FRANCIS A. ROY The Liberal Arts huilding contains many modern and useful facilities, among which are the Hu- manities reading and art room. the auditorium. laboratories and classrooms equipped with visual aid instruments. and large offices. Students with a 1.5 grade average are honored by the deanis list. Honors are noncompetitive and are awarded to every student atttaining the required pro- ficiency. Students may also strive for member- ship in Phi Beta Kappa. the national Liberal Arts scholastic honorary society. gif? 11 3 ees 4 u mm 1 fi E 9 5-Q 2,5 ,,,, , ,LM fzisvzv vii Carol Alu-ll PIr1ini'iU0.Cmin, Rohr-rt N. Bailey Tiivxmi Iolin T. Brooks Tufsun Nancy Ann Carter Tucson Iames E. Colburn Pliocnix mah-:gm 5- fr Qi, s- . s 'S fu H. D. .'xCl1llllSUIl,xll'. Nlnry Iluiiim Aclsit ll1ll'l71ll'i1i'XllN'l'lSUIl Lvslii- li. Allsiutt Pntriuiii Aiicli-miii lwuiiiv KI, Arnulcl Ciuruu' Austin Tmw-mi Lrizwlzmmit. X. Y. Cwlur City. Utah TIIIIHI Tuzivmi i'll'r'mlii1. Calif. Hir.x'zu'1l, Xcu' .Klux Lois Nl. BillL'0lll D, D, Br-lqifiws Diniu- ll. llvrnwt Bulm Bliiulvi' lfclgnr NI. Bullin ,lmin Bixicly Frznili L. Brezwsti-r CIlfI.S'IIlll1, Calif. Lvonizlimi,Gi'i'r'i1' lPw1i'w'.Culrmimln Bnstmi. .lIu.x-s. Ciiirlirlgr' Trim-mi Till'-SAPII Kciinecly F. Brown PL-rsis H. Brmviii' Ciirni-lin Brnssi- l':itriL-lx Biirlw Cr-urgv D. Bui'ns-y Ann Eluinv Bimirrl .Iulm Cairrull TIICSUII Tiuis-mi l.J4'ni'r'r. CUIUIYIIIH Cliirugn. Ill. T11c'.s'm1 Kz1r1xi1.x'Cifi1. Mu, Tuziwii Ruth L. Catsifl Nlnrguritn Cliuvcz I. rl. Ciuuuwlniiti Chris. N. Clark Ill Hin-liarrl C. Clillurrl Nlqiry Y. Clyclc Clizirlvs K. Coates New Ynrlc, X. Y. Kingnnm Bn'ii'.s-lrr. N. Y. T11c'vm1 Turrsmi Jliumi. Fluriclu TIICSIPII Riclnircl Corrigan lbiivid A. Cowan Il. XY. Cuylwiiclrill Be-vc-rly CllTlQ'S5 blue NI. Dultun 'Flieciclmwrii Dunicl Hurry Ihvelos Cliimgn, Illinniy 1'1w.a-nr: Tmw-mi Puvlzlu, Colorado Till'-Will C11rli.s'l1'Blc.v., Pu. Cliicuggu, lllinnix 'Wit .3 -a9- ff' . ,f , 5 If K 2 i . f ' i ,X J 65 Edward E. Dax is Q. L. Dvlla Bn-tta ll. l". D1-marcst. Ir. liz-inn DiCcnso llicliard Dickens Tiurwn CTlmi'itm1.ImL'u Cuitliuil. N. 1. 7llll'.S'UIl T1ll'.S'Ull Frank Dram-lnnan Nlilliuunt A. Earlt- Elivalictli Eicks Ccralcl Eliot Hoy Lanc Elson Tiurmn Tzuxwmi IJuu,Qiz1.v Tmwmi Tiizwuii llcnc Fazlullali Kcnnctli I. l'iCllSlL'l' bl. Russ- l:t'l'llStl'lllll Lcigli A. Fic-dlvr Virginia KI. lfogal Dl'iI'l7ii,A1ft',I. Tmzwn IJvil'nit,ilIic'l1. .llnlimz Iii. PIIJIVIILY David A. Carlin-r L. Dana Catlin Donald ll. Getty Stan Z, Coodfarlm StillllldyC:l'1't'lll7L'l'g CIL'l'Q'I4ll1l1 Iltx.. O. BL'l'l'l'Il! Hills. Cui. Ilmzxfoii. T1'.w1.v Tllt'.S'O?1 Iha'l1cSfc'1', N. Y. Rip-liard Jay llaft Ct-Ula Rl. llainzv Allwrt B, llall ,Is-an llainilton Lois R. llainmond Tmwon Yimm Tiuzwn Tmmin Fort ll'z1ym'. Incl. ff' 5... 'nn , rx fl" 9' 14154 Allvvrt C. Diddams Joan XVc-lub Dodd Ann Z. Downs Till'-S1711 Tuc'.s'un T1l0IIl!l.S'f0fl, Ga. Betsy Loch Emory lam- Edgar Evans Jane Ethel Evans Tum-mi NHL' K'n.vingt'n. Pa. lViImeftC, IH. Katliarinv Folsom ll. XVillium Fox violin C. Frank Linm. Ohio ll'0.stc'rn Spgs., III. Tucson Priscilla Crocm- Fred Crc-gory, Ir. Dorothy J. Cross Lux .-lzigcic'-s'. Cui. Tucson Oakland, Calif. llugli llarr.-lson Harold llcatli Patricia llenderson Cliwuizliz' Tiicsmz TIIC-YUI1 fv- z V? f iiilli' Audie Hen Tucson Richard A. Suvmiipscott Vuss Iluuurrl .S Dali 11115011 Imwn Frank D. L xx ton Hour ix Luxis Cunlxn Lon ulul L u A10 Tucson AIIIIXIIS C 1t11 Vu I' I 1111711 C 1 D.C.iXIL1fLll1I1t Editl O NI lI'tt'i1IlO I' J NI itiu sun lhm -X XI it 1 LL Til-S'fil1.CIII1f Tlll 51111 C' 1 11 Sp s 4111 7 ur mn Richard L. Pettit Cllhcrt Pucutc Y irrmi 1 R unxdnil xi rlx X Beverly Hillr Calif Plmmm H 1111 luxiu N rm In 1 11111111011 X 1 um 'ton Prndeiiclx llud fi s Ann Ilmigll -X ll Imu N PHE Chi-ug Suan Seah Singapnrc' F. M. Stanik Clziczzgn, III. A. K. Van Ripor Vincgfrfl H., Ma.y.s'. CL-urge A. Yard M CN C111 I 92- Robt M. Shafton Tucsml Tom C. Stanislx Clzicagu, III. janet M. NYarren La Grange, III. Robert Yossa Tucson Patricia Sharpe Duuglas 101111 K. Stilln- Tucson Charlotte XXX-bbcr Flagstaff Daniel Yuhr Tucszm Murray Shevick Tuc.a-on Mario Suarez Tucson Jud M. NVE-rbelow Alma. Mich. Fred Zinowich Tucson rim I 601 Equal time of p1'epiu'utio11 in the three spe- cialized fields of geology. mining und metallurgy is spent in order to ohtuin ii degree in mining engineering. The degree in geologic-ul engineer- ing devotes more time to geology ut the expense of work in mining and metiillnrgy heeuuse it is more specialized. The degree of int-tulliii'Qie1il 6'I1f'll1Ct'1'lIlfT is hiffhlv specialized and involxes 5 D 5 . some Chemical e-iigiiieeriiug us applied to metiils. The work in mining and inetiillurqiciil engi- neering is housed in u modern lmnilding erected from rnnds supplied hy the Phelps Dodge Corporation in 1939--10. The l2ll7Ul'LltOl'j' und re- senreli work is Conducted hy nlezlns ot modern equipment especially in the fields of extruetive and pliysieul inetullurgy. f,f7 l Pl t tl XI' es Collufe has various equip- XVilliiun jenney and Frank Brauns ure shown working The Pi ot im in ie . in .' no in the Crushing Room. ments that are used in actual mining operations. 'www ,ang DEAN THOMAS C. CHAPMAN The enrolhnent of undergraduate students in the College of Mines is 74-1 for the current year. The students number twenty-two from other states and three from foreign countries. In nddition to the undergraduates. twentv-four graduate students major in the College of Mines in the fields engineering. eight states tion to the and visits to of geology. inining. or metallurgical The graduate students represent and one foreign country. In addi- work on the Campus, field work niines and metallurgical plants are Senior mining students supplement their hook learning with visits to tht- Nlnginn Kline in Superior. Arizona. In tht- Assdyiiig Linh. students learn the eoiiipliuutecl processes in whit-li gold. silver and other minerals nrt' st-pgirnted. Nlnny Held trips. such tis the Topographic Surveying trip in-nr Colossal Cave, are conducted throughout the year. my emphasized clue to the excellent location of Tucson for this additional work. The College of Xlines has been the recipient of niany graduate fellowships and scholarships which are aiuiilulile to undergraduate and graduate students. 694: it ., a o o Q fl I1'Wqg1im1linmu,i1nii- Cmorfu C lxnnll T1 ulu XI ltSllll1HUbClll'Illl E. Xlillvr H1 ,vm 51: ...af ms. ll. l':1lWQlI'LlN llulm L. Ellis clx X, lI.n1Qlut lYL'slv5 C, lllll'YL'j' H115 nv Bur Elwuml Bllltll Cllilfful TIIVNUII Vinum-11t DiCl'n-gu1'1u'l'l Bl'HU1iIlllI,N',Y. flXIC1ll1lrr,XlI. 1111 -lulm .-X. ll.lL'l7t'l' .I.1 ' 'U fIlIIL'fl1Hl'l!l'. Calif. Ilmxglrlx mlalml Al. SL-lm M'l'I2Ill'.LI. Oni 7 ucwn unfu lil!! Calif IIlV1fHI'i'l'. Pro, Rina Rf -95.. Dulff C, Britluiu Tzzciwrz 5LllllllL'lC1.l"Llll Pl'L',x1'off ll-lllldlll -lvnm-5' Crlrlm. 501111111 kl1llllL'5 C. Stn-vcns Tzwwn XY, C. Burrmnxglxs Till'-YH!! Damivl Lvv Foss Hun flm1'11z'. Calif, .lulm lf. KinniSuu Tmzwn Xvilyllk' K. XYullnu PlI3lIl1l'l1ll. Calif, "H W - og? In September 1947. the members of the first class of the School of Pharmacy enrolled at the University of Arizona under the College of Liberal Arts. Two years later Pharmacy became a college. and twenty-four of the first class receiyed the first Bachelor of Science degrees in Pharmacy. The Pharmacy College is considered one of the most modern schools of its type in the country. It can be proud of its faculty. student body. equipment, and fa- cilities. The curriculum. which now covers five years. embraces the fundamental fields of pharmaceutical education. namely: pharmacog- nosy, the study of crude drugsg pharmacology. the study of the action of drugsg pharmaceutical chemistry. the application of chemistry to the 5 practice of pharmacyg the actual art of pre- paring. compounding, and dispensing drugsg and pharmacy administration. the commercial and legal aspects of the profession. The pharma- cists commercial training also includes courses in zoology, botany, economics. accounting. speech. and political science. One year of p1'e- pharmacy work in the Liberal Arts College is necessary for admission to the Pharmacy College. After an additional tour years of residence work in Pharmacy. the Bachelor of Science degree is granted. Before practicing however. the state law requires one year of internship. At the end of that time the State Board Examination must be passed. 3 s.. 'B' ...un The dispensing laboratory is the heart of practical pharmacy. Dr. XVillis H. Brewer is observing Bernard Scrbin's laboratory Prof. Bernard A. Bialk instructs plrarinncy students in com- technique in the preparation ot drugs from crude sources. pounding prescriptions. 96 , M. - .V ivy A x 9 SN. tiff X , ---.-, ,wx R3 'e DEAN HAA RUN BANG College Plll'0llIHt'Ilt is 0119 llllIlCll't'll forty umlvr- marilultvs, forty-fiw Ql'2lCllliltl11Q1 seniors. and lmu' gnxcllxate- students. Nlany of thc- students pur- ticiputc in lmommrury. pmlc-ssimuxl. uncl social Ol'QLUllZllll0llS of thc- colh-qv. Thcsv incluclu thc lliltlflllill pl1u1'm11cc-1lticul frutcrnitivs. Phi Dm-ltn Chi :md Kappa Phi. and ll new lm-nl XVUll1l'lll5 S0l'fVl'lty. Tac-lmycqu-diuc-sl A Sfllilbllt lJI'alllL'll ol thv AIl10l'lL'2lll Pllill'lHilCCIltlljlll fXssnci1xtim'1 hfmsts ll mwmlx-1'sl1ip of almost om- lllIllCll'i'Cl pmcmnt of thv Pl1z11'1l111Cy stunleut lunch' uucl ollt-rs lilltllft' pl1:11'1nncists an UD17Ol'tlII1ltf' to associate with ul Orgallnizmtiulx that is working towgluls thc' ilClX8I!Ct'lNt'l'lt of thc- pmfcssimm. X um mm 5 A to 3-,711 V 3 ll' "ilu,-7-Vvs 935 " A la :usual x X L- -.. 1' 'sf "' Tran is Cum- Timmy: Mary llnwkixls Tzuzwm Lum-x Oath- CT1IHillSl'fNl', Ill. H2lf'IIlKillCl Rlnmh-5 U 'inwlnu' Allcn 'Ilumlimun Lm .'Kl1,LlCIt'h', Cul ul, XY111'rc11 D1-lfossc Tmtmn lDklIliL'lI1lL'lll5 Tmmnn Dun Puttn-N111 Tmzsml I. -I. Hiclmrclsoxl 'l'm'wn Hymn XYMJ Tm-.mn john Cillcspin- TIIFSUII ,IkllllL'S XY. Alomfs BIomnil1,ulun. IN, Jr vlm P.lttursou Sf. 1011113 Bon Slmclc1's Lung BL'lll'lI.CI1l, Dale XY1-Nm Yunm KIQTOII Ciuslmrg TIICXUII -Iuuc Kimberlin Trzcrsmz Lorraine Proctor Tuusml Arthur Sch-snick S0.E1u'lif1,0l1iu lfraulklin NYilson Till'-SUI! Miltcm Crcur Klux-11 Xhmuel Lum TIICSUII Sum Purlial lliumi Fu-d Smith. Ir Tuztxun OSL-ur Yruu TIILYXUII -wif s f'nm , f 5-F132 X , X uxx wx X I ami! Wlcwfmg . ex COL. A. D. DUCI.-KN P.JI.b.m1. li. Atv-' 1 -" 5-EEF f' Q-. ? 0. G Sgf , I M ' if ,, 2 THE ARMOR BRANCH Officers in the Armor Force combine the aggressive tactics of the fast-moving cuvally with the hard-hitting punch of armored formations. General Patton rode to world fame in this branch, and its present-day units reflect his colorful leadership. Mech- nnized Cavalry reconnaissance squadrons and tank battalions serve in Europe and the Far East. Here. officers serve as school instructors and technicians testing iinprovexnents in material. aa, .. . V. ., is ., ... A ,,... A. V 13:-2 N... 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" ' 'fbi ' . .. u X Q ., .,: 3 fy, :My QLQ, 1 .J Q ri ,Y is tg- NH' xp iv. ., 1 . ,, Q,-lf' A if ,,. .1 - W ,U "Q, ltd . - - 1 43 ' X, 'fl' 'A'a, ff " W ' .. - -f' M , '.. A .5 , -11 qw Q fl ' fill. R- lwgf AFX 'M . '- -. 8. -4 5- pr un 4 5 N fa' P Q ".. X31 "'f 3,:- fg- 4 W W. 5.-wigs. .- M. -4. ig.-Qgy vm H 4 vip 64' fl 1 -f jwf' , g. yr , I . I. ' . 5,4 avi' fi ? 1 A t 'E N . .r ' ' -X' iw ' .sf kk 'lc K l THE .-XIR BRANCH :X.F.H.O.T.C. students at thc U11iw'1'sity of .-Uifniiii Lira' iiistiiictwi in ucliniiiistiutioii and logistics. ui1'c1'uft iimiiiti-imiicv iuici vngi- necring, and Hight opemtioiis. Coiiplmi with this tmiiiing. instructors strvss the qiialitim-s of good CilLII'llL'tt'l' aural legicli-1'ship, Air force studciits iii ull parts of the Fiiitmi State-s stand as an 1'e1uiy, we-il-orguiiized unit for imtioiml se-ciirity in times ui peace and war. a M a Squadron pausing in rc-view. in His ' .l --101- JA P x? ,-- Q. 1 5. Cudwl Culfmvl UNK E. DH.-XCllM:XX. IH. Sn-.nlmlmrd Ck lilmlv. Illlfillllill lll'JllUI'LlI'f wuis-tp. .Q Capt. VI. Huff. Major M. HLlfIlilXN'llB'. Capt. H. Black, jr.: Major R. Dwan, Capt. XY. Vaughan, Lt. Col. L. Carlson Qfront L-enterb. 'Q-4. Q- QC, .. L., Q ' XJ' . . U. , W- .,A1 4 '--wif I - , .E ,,x.4-,Q ,gn ,lys W- yr., , ,. . Af? . acid! pgsql: NN, .x .. . 6 b .. Q-,y .+,f,. ,, .1 ... ,, .vfxwx 5 . A . , A, ., - --1 f' T.: wx. 1-'W'-g. Av .vii , Passing in 11-xicw ut lllidjkkll' graduation. Pixtul Tm-Q1111 IllL'llll'lL'l'N arc: Bull Royal. Bx'isuw Owen. Pau f Rlmdcll. Gil Newton, Fleury Fisher. -102- 1 NUS KARL Crlrlvf Culmlel CLARENCE PICNDICHCAST AIR OFFICERS are: Row lx Xlaior I. lfllis. Ll. Col. .I. Denison. Nlaior Daggett. Capt. II, Fngin. limi 2: Nlaior lf. ll.rth.iway. Lt. Cul. XY. lilacls. Major J. Curtis. Capt. W. Bode, 20,7 , The first institution of higher education which prescribed milita1'y training as part of its cur- riculum was the American Literary. Scientific and Military Academy Know Norwich Univers- ityj in Northfield, Vermont. It was founded in lSl9 by Captain Alden Partridge, former superintendent of the United States Xlilitary Academy. The Reserve Officers Training Corps. an integral part of the University of Arizona. was established under the provisions of the Act of Congress dated June 4. 1920 CNational Defense Actj. ln further support of this Act. the Seventh State Legislature fl925j by special enactment authorized the establishment of a School of Military Science and Tactics. An armor unit and an air unit are maintained. Students are permitted to select the unit to which they are assigned. but once the assign- ment is made transfers are 110t permitted. Crad- uates are granted commissions as Second Lieu- tenants, Officers Reserve Corps. Ariny of the United States, and in the United States Air Force Reserve. The ROTC provides systematic military instruction with a two-fold purpose- prirnarily to qualify students for positions of leadership in time of national emergency. and secondarily to provide the nation with an elec- torate informed of the purpose and necessity of a sane policy of national defense and of the strength and weaknesses of our present system. .-Xdvaneed Air class under Nlaior F. llathaway. Y' s it -- , f,g"'r-'.w5.h'-xxx " ' cf 'E.-'f::F7'j'f C.- s0""T Y' K K I, ..., .- it .i ip 'S fi na-twin. Advanced Armor lecture by Lt. Col. L. Carlson. -103- SKS! sf 1615 F -X Z 7 'VXNW Z -....-. . Buff the Buffs! 'Cats charge onto the field to do just that for Mom and Dad. Spurs Ann Dunning and Pat Ryan register parents in tht- Student Union arcade. The University entertained 1,500 Moms and Dads October 6. Blue Key sponsored the annual day, which included an "Around the VVorld', assembly, the pres- idents reception. a house decoration contest, tennis and swiinming exhibitions, two Herring Hall plays, an Orchesis program, tours of the Mines College, Student Union and State Museum, and the climax of the XVest Texas football game. After the game parents and students danced in the Student Union ballroom. As one parent reported, "It was fun, but were we tiredln ,t President Richard A. Ilarvill introduces one of the A- group of parents and their children' get a tour many moms to Mrs. Harvill at the President s Hecep- ot the Student Union, conducted by Director Stub tion while Mortar Board President Mary Shellen- Ashcraft. berger looks on. Zcwfa 2 fgwdldd HOUSE DECOR-XTIUXS XVOBIEN-S Divisiux Gamma Phi Beta-first place Alpha Phi. Chi PJIIIUQLI. Di-lta Caiiuua - sec-ond plan-vs Kappa Kappa Gamma. Pi Bc-ta Phi - houoralilc lm-utions NlENiS Divisinx Phi Dclta Theta- first placv Kappa Sigma - sim-uml place Sigma Chi. Sigma Xu. Di-lta Chi F-lioiiorahle ine-ntiom A. 5. li X Pri-xiili-nt Doug Yliaril we-lrmiu-N para-iits wliili- l,1'L'ilflL'Ill llii-li.i1'cl A. llar- xill xx Lit: hix turn. Pmlm Bl1ul1.m.m liulils thi' lrlanlu-ts tn ln- 7liL'Nk'lllk'll tn Mrs. l .Kim l,lt'lN'I'lll.lH. xxliu L'lllllL' thi- lartlif-st illNiIlllk'l', .ual lu Xlr. .mil Xlrs. C. l'. Stritt- inatti-i' uhm hail ilu- most L-liilclrcn at thi- LW' ' ,nv- . I 'X l 'c house dec-ofkluou H ' first-P M Theta S Phi 95220 the Puvvef W 35 du- iiwll .h Lux ggon K A YU' ., gm xx on lint plau -107- - WHU. . . , K, W1 l wlvxut V U . Lliuinua iiwmty. i , C ' -I 4 - ,ll :QE 5 i N-k - P 'fsff 4 Q, N ' . vu-i VN" , -r. xx 1' I"'f I llzlll V . ,U 'ln Mimi Uilik. wuiiiclla Annu . , . x pin Ball H Y. Queen Suzy DeMoure waves to the stands, as she passes by before the game. if The University of Arizona's 534th Homecoming was mixed in with President H. A. Haryillls in- auguration and the Student Union dedication. but still retained enough individuality to hayc been a spectacular weekend on its own. Stu- dents packed the Union ballroom Friday night to hear Les Browirs band of renown and see Suzy DeNIoure crowned queen of the weekends festivities. Alumni swarmed oyer the campus and renewed old acquaintances at registration 'atb 494415 1 Mx - 7257 tables. two luncheons and a barbecue dinner. The float parade suryiyed blustery winds to be remembered as one of the Universityis most colorful float displays. The class of 19:26 and the 1901 football team were guests of honor for the two days that were sponsored and planned by Bobcats. senior men's honorary. An upset victory oyer Idaho put the finishing touches on the celebration. wk Its been a long. long time. Handling registration at the Union lobby is Spur Peggy Dauin -108- . . X- Af Qvfff, ' Y' 6. W li Q14 ya :RQ-FK' ., 2 we K, X - , Q. N. ewan fy"-' E wig fig? SY' i. 555, f -P -A 315 51 'N ' -w 32353 - ,.,-- -- ffl x , .WH NA .. Mapes .1 - Crguul prim' wimn-r, ilu- :Xlplm Plni Hunt Pqp Nlcliulc- pre-M-nis un Club pin to om- of thc lnennlx-rs uf the 1901 funlbull tcnm. Q . ' . President Richard A. Hi1l'X'ill and Guvurnor and Nlrs. lluwqxrcl Pyle chat by-hare the specclu-5 at the Iunclxcuu Saturday. -109 ,. Alllllllli Svclw-t111'y' Ima' I,UXYx'l'j' vlnucm tln- Il.llf'tilIll' plwwcz I SLEIBIK SEN ii I ' . .. .. . A I I ILXXIXIX PHI BICTA first plrzu' IPCHIIIU I I I -I fI I I I I I KAIIP,-X KAPPA CAXINIA --firm! plum' m'i,Qinr11ify I I I I I 1 S I wma 3:- I ,I lf ' ' Y ' f 4 I ?5f . .E ,,.. , I P, .W-Q,. N . , , .Wfa-- v I ' 4' '. A' f Lf fw-', -5 -,wulakx --ig., ,pw L -' qc .I 'sf 3' 7 v fkf. '51, 3" . Sk . RIN, . - K.-Xl'l',-X .-Xl,l'II.-X 'I'llE'I1-X Ilzinl jflrzm' Ul'f,UilHI1Iflj ALPHA CHI OMEGA 7 .s'Cf'm1d plarv beauty DELTA C.-XNIXI.-X - lllirzl plum' llwlllffl DELTA DELTA DELTA-Second place originality ' - 110 - ' P.-t--, ,, ......,,t,i.? 79 um' ,HYIIIIH ,f""' , , M. --5' 2,31 Rs.ig:t,R,-sim,wfZvTQfi'w:g,, 23: wwggghi E. :-::,., ,. . c WN .-4 2--.-?-:-gc" fx: Na+-+4-.f 1 ...1m1dEX57f3L. ' -QMS -'.' :--N +- -- V " '- XKIIA - Ifzirzl plum' llftlllflf PHI DELTA THE'l'Af.sCz'0nz1 plzlvc' originality SIGMA NU -- tlxirzl IPIIIL1' m'i,:iz1u1ilg1 is-A .Sf Law Hruwii mul his 'iliund of Rc-iiuwiiii play to xi full house ut tin- Hmm-coiuing Dum-e. 11-4-1: Suzy Dm-Xlmlrv is L'I'UXNI1L'Li lui' Lvx Bnxwli. C? Iluppy Qiiwn Suzy und, Clrzmt Pill'HUIlS L-lint with ,Iucly Tlininpson zmrl Frauik Dmclimuu uitvr curulialtimi. ' Zmzce Ilurmony time with il Les Brown quartet In-tween uumbcrs. -112- i -fr -'Q XSL! jenn Thomas is crowned 1952 Desert Queen by Editor Chuck O. Lt-c :is her iittundinits look on, XIAIII,-XX LLSK This ye-iiifs Desort wDzi1iC?.4"tli0 clnnct- ofw thx- yciiif' was ht-Id 4 ti: XIQITCII S ln the Stiicxcliit L mon Btdlroom. Thru- hundred L'UllPIt'S ilaiict-tl in the hidlooii-fcstooncd hzillrooin to tht- music of Iohnny Bin'i'iiigei':: oi't-lieistiui. A hugo ri-plicii of tht- 1952 17vs4'i't Cove-1' de-comted one wall. Tlii5 cowl' was torn opt-n at 10:30 when -It-ini Thomas pushed out thc door to reveal lierst-If us the 1952 Dt-sert Queen. Followcd hy he-1' fin' iitteiitlaiits. Ienn went to the stage wlit-re sho was crowiicd with thc tiziditionill XYTGQIIII of gaitlciiizis. LENNY GRIFFIN SUE HOFFMAN ANN ROXVE BIENLA MILLS - 113 - ' Am , , JB , 4 5 'Q .wkfy A-S .. U P 14... .Lugnuiufuo 'T'-':,. A 4.3 V A sg F ., 54+ 1" wh . Tho Uiiiu-rsity of Arizona Xlurcliing Band Thi- Unixersity of Arizona Xltirching Band acquired something new this ycnr-tlic addition ot nnijorvttes and feinulc inusi- a cinns to add Color. spznklc and lneuuty. Under the leildersliip . ' A of Sinnuel Fuin. the hand had 11 full sc-licdnle playing at all the foothull gtnncs, rallies. and at the State Fair. TM .. Ther Concert Band, also uncle-r thv leadership of Stnnuel Fain. -, -,L toured the stutc high schools in thc spring. Sew-1'al traditional eu-niiig concerts we-rc given in the spring in front of the lihrnry. X- A .KP if ft at f 5? R yt Y . is Q X' XA ts. s A at Kappa Kappa Psi. nn-n's hand honorary. sponsored the second as'-H nninial Yarsitx' Show. which netted il sizable profit lor the pur- Qw - . . ' . . . . . X, - Q-3, post' ol giving scholarships to cleserviiig high school musicians. . rr In 5 G32 SAMUEL F,-XIX. Di1'u'!m' 5 N 11. i A .- - "" 'p K X ' i sf -N , . , . f " - s - o n ,ff I , i- .. fy!! A' . -f X Q 1 1 , ., 0- ilgf I -0.1 ., ' r -LXXXY-.x H nn., A J rf., 1.22-1 LX - M., 9 L Q -'-"ff ,I ' s g .' ' . A K 1, h W s n.. . V.. b MW- XYILLIANI PONYER. Drum Major BEVERLY JOHNSON and MARILYN HUGHES, Drum llzlioreftes -114- .nlllllmllw-. x f0f, NX' lLlukxN 'savvy Zpyf f . KF N ffl. .. f ""ff'f.- WIQII'-1 11115111 I dmlts .M 0 1r.1fl,,8' pn! df Ilflf. I. -'!,.ll ww an fngprf I .U ff fool, 6540: W 0 W v ,dll l.,411,H N Rmv I. NI. Suidvr. B. Conn. F. Ihrlw. I. Xluntlio. I, Butle-r. C. liryu- S. Xl41cI.1In. B. C.tIlft'l'Illll'j. I'. IIIQIQUQLI C, NIE.-Xlliwtcr. Row 2: E. Lytcll. D. Stinv, I. Smith. E.. Klum-lu. I. Ilugln-N. -I. xx.ll'l't'Il.V NI. Blrk-fr ll IIVIIIILNNX H. Ixll1llllL'I, C. AILILTYIJ. Nl. Brmvn. Huw fp. NI. SIHIIII. L. f,,.lx'pv11twr. rl. XMMI. X. Burlwull. B. -I.u'L.n. BI Puclillu. E. Iimu. B. Burrows. T. Ilgxrpst. X. Ginsburg. X. H.u-. Nl. X4lI!r'l'I. Hmm 4: II. Cuuk. I. K4-xnmmly. I Cray. II. Mallory, R. Colemam, D. Catlin. T. Brmvn, I. XYilIin1m, jr. Huw 3: XY. XYI1itc. F. Sh-twn. jr.. I". Ar riolgl, jr.. L. Luge. I. Bloom. C. Olson. AI. Dickson. N. Pqmlm, IJ. Nlvvkn. Il. Smith. X . 4 I it X W ,, ., 'A Q I ' -'-" X ' We Lt ! I 1. n ? -N 4 5 .., . 3- V IX' S ogg' As?-M.. i I 5, t by I M Vg. I i,A...x,?T.,5gcBv' is -115-- ef X . .- ng NIEYS CLEE CLUB Q. XVONIEYS CLEE CLUB -- Row 1: Lea Kilroy. Nancy Boshle, Marjorie Iewett, Mary Ellen Finch, Pat VVallace. Dor- othy Dudley, Joanne Race, Bettie Tooley. Row 2: Ioan Franklin, Ruth Eikenberry, Geraldine Bootman, Frances Cohen, Hopc Kiinmcl, Laurie Senne, Barbara Brakcficld. Row 3: Ioan Robinson, Louise Huniiston, jackie jones, Shirley Hen- ness, Donna Leonard, Sylvia Conelly. -116- a 4 I-1-ff' BRASS ENSEXIRLE TRUNIRONIC CIIOIR CLARINET SEXTET NYOUDXYIND SEXTET UNIVERSITY SINFON I ETT.-X I -117- watcrs chat lnclorc the beginning of the Australian debate. This year was an active one for the forenic team of the University of Arizona. The team, under the direction of Dr. NV. A. Cable, head of the speech department. competed in four major tournaments. The tournaments attended were the YVestern Speech Association Tournament at Fresno State College, the California Institute of Technology Tournament, the first University-sponsored contest, and the Ari- zona State Tourney at Flagstaff. Students partici- pating were Jackie DeBolt, Ed Leigh, Marvin Cohen, Robert Riggs, Vernon Myers, and Fred Mendelsohn. They entered such events as debate. extemporaneous speaking, oratory and discussion. In its first year. the "El Cran Certamen Oratorio Universitario Inter- nacional," sponsored by the University, proved to be both unique and successful. As the name suggests, the theme of the tournament was internationalism and. to c'1rry out the theme, some of the events were held in Nogales, Sonora. Schools from as far as Louisiana came to take part. The UA debate team of Nlendelsohn and Myers took second place in this tournament and at the Cal Tech tourney. They also were chosen as first alternate team from the Southwest to go to the YVest Point National Invitational. An additional international touch Was added to UA debating when Henry Kiker, Winner of the national lawyers moot court competition, was named to the U.S. team which will travel to Aus- tralia this summer to compete with Australian teams. ln january. the team from Australia touring the U.S. visited the University, and was defeated by the team of Kiker and Ionathan Schultz. I Qi The xisitlny., -Xustralian clehatz-rs: Robin Millhouse and Iohn B. Ried. The Arizona debaters: Henry Kiker and jonathan Schultz. -118- Zuma , 5 F H N .ll M Q! M -119- PICTER H. NIARRONEY. Dircvfor We L- 1-ml jllstifivs .1 dm not ai' km mm." 'WS flu- lI!l'.lllN su. lhllmalmmg Illia is thc- wld." Y nu Cnfdou' Xl' 'I . . muff.- , V U mall M X 'cwh xn'U011H 50 "O L5 ' ' "Tap, tap! llow nmny prisoners are lu-rc? ation. x t,,t. ,I t t .X A"1c'-RST Q N1 t N NN N X ffwikllz, 1' U -mfr: mall NX wx , mv X 5 tt 1 4. nl C' l I D I X 1 It www "Do you swear to tell llw truth . . W . E .F :G IN :Xi X 1..- X .. 1 t X ' , f 1 s E. ' A ,553 . ' J 3 tl Q . E ' , I , -5? if A I M .,,,., ' ,V I-I .A mit: .A H. Rr. i -.S-J X K , g -a,...,..:. A -5, W' - flats- -- fb Q4 I N " -i A , . K. 7 I xmxr xoxu' A1 111 A Don't1'.uN , If L xe is huxocvlll- A 'A' A fi? f b LADIES OF THE IUHY ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS DARKNESS AT NOON Xlrs. Crane ,,,,,, ......,. E llen Cross -Abi' LIUCUI11 - 'Hl11'lL1l1 Cook HIIDAISIIOX' , ,Bill Spies Lilly P1-att Vywyru H V V VVVVVV Cm-01 yyceks Ann Hutleclge ,, ,,,,, . , ,Eileen Dick -102 V V lijchm-41 'j'1mmn5 Tony Tlmeoclolplmlus ,,,,,,... ,.,,., D oug Cook .l11fl!l' B1111'l111Q G16611, CIHICIK Sill11nc'rS 302 Chuck Sinnners Muyme xlixte,-I eeee III, I ,NIM-y Kate Zum Niniau Eclwmclstr LLLL William Olclenlburger Q02 I I Nl4,1,,, Ki,,1,, Steve Bronnna, ,, ,.....,I., Tom Tones ,IUSI1 51101111 -- -- 1- V AAPHGI' 9011151111 Lulma . ,Carol XYL-eks CA'1IfllI1l Tate., ..., ,,,,,,,,, Lucy xICiklE'6l' ,lilfk -'X1'11I5U'U11if ff f- f TU111 ,l1111l'S Cletkin ,, , ,.:Al'Il0lCl XVake Spencer B. Dazeyl ,e,,,,,,, Chuck Simmers Ni111CY CWV11- -- -- f - xl111'Y kilt? 211111 Ivanoft, ,,,, ,,,,,,, D oug Cook Airs. Dace ,,Y,,,,, ,,....,, Zanier Downs B1115' H'6i11'11fl1111 ------- f 'Build W11'1l1'1' Boirox' , , ,Richard Cook Alonzo Beal ,,,, , , ,.I. Donald Hansen El1Z11l91'tl1 E1lW111'fl5'-- - - VPUQHY KEHUW Ilrutaelm , ,,,, ., George Schultz Xlrs. Maguire ,,,,...,, . ,,,,A,,,I Donna Stine SIUIIIICII fx- 13111151115 V - -D0112 Cook Alln-rt ,, , ,,,, Don Boenovieh Anclrew Nlacliaig ,,,I., ,,,, H ic-harcl Thomas M115 Tflflfl f'-"-------- Xl111'Lil11'ff 11111111111 Luigi , Robert LaZz-lmik 'lay ll. Pressley, .,,,,,,,,,,,, Peter Coulson Palulo ., Mrs. Cordon ..,..,, ,dlacque Nlereer Cook -121 Anclre , . ,..., Perry Peters ,, .lov Caron "I .nn Xatliaiiivl Cooinlwsf cloornud to walk thc- earth." A'XYh.it wldit-lf' I lltbllif wc onv. Do Mill?" if Rx M i "NYU could talk to Ct-nr-ral Xilishington. to get hiin in, Irv. Xlargaret Collins , Nancy XVillard .,,,,,., Parker Burnett., Augustus Ames ,,... . Charley Stewart ...... Irv. ,.., ,,ll.,,,,, ,,,,l, , , Assistant Driver .,,... Girl ,,,,, ,,,, , ,. Nathaniel Cooinbes ,,,,,,, Officer Morrison .,,, ,,,,, Rocky ,,,.,.,,.,...,...,,,..,...... ,.,,., Ambulance Drivei ',,.. GRANIERCY GHOST ,.,Carol XXIGQICS ,,.LuCy NIC.-X16-cr ,,,,,,,,,Budd XVeiner ,,,,,..XVilli3lH Lockett .,,,,.....,,.DOllg Cook .,.....Car1 Busdiecker .. ,,..,,,.., Toin Iones ,,..,,,,,,,,NIax Manning Robert O'Neil .XVilliain Bingham. ......,,,....,...Ioliii Kinney jan Pugh "Good-lays. I'm otl' tu Washington with my now whiskersf, "A house divided against itself cannot stand." -122- I HO. 1111 fair XVLll'I'iOT.-b Othello Iago ,, , Cussio . ,. DGSCIGIIIIJIIQI Emilia ,,,,,,,,,, ,, Bi1111c11 ,. , Duke of Venice Blllblllltiil ,, C1'11ti1111o ,,,,, Lodovico Hoderigo ,, xlflllfllllll Clown, OTHELLU ,, Bill Spies Doug Cook ,, Curl BlISLliUCkL'l' , ,Rita Higgs ,. Pz1t1'ic111 .I1-11111111 , I11111-t Stowcl' ,,Coli11 H111'1'ox1' hvillilllll Ilnffolml I1'x'i11 f:lll'iSf0Dlll'l' , , flllflff' Tart . joe 111111111 ,, P6'tCl'C:UlllS1lIl . ,..lol111 Killlltlf' Bs- thou 11ss111'vcl. good C.1ssio, I wlll do all my uhilitiu Ill thy bL'l1Lllf.n O. they are our f1'i1-mlsg hut om- 1-up --I'lI drink for you says Ingo. "Bounteous 111ada111, whatever shall becomeyof Michael Cassiog "Good night, good nightg heaven me such uses send, not he's never anything but your true servant. to pick bad from bad, but by had mend." Elmiee Boh Young L'l'ilL'li3 a iolu-. Clowning Boh Young plays througli his nose while Larry Crm-en jnggles. ' mga: The Weekly Varsity Night added new interest to Campus life this year. Sparked by the direc- tion of Incl XV6'1'lJE'lOXV. the free programs were planned to increase school spirit and unity and, in football season, to bring the team closer to the students hy movies of past games and inter- views of players and coaches. On jazz Night the ballroom resounded to the enthusiasm of fra- ternity hand Combinations. The Christmas Party was highlighted by seasonal songs sung by the andience. Political jamborees at election times were other programs which brought capacity crowds to popular Varsity Night. NEI? Xu fo ARI Ffzssm BA fr Christmas spirit is lit-iglrtenz-d hy the singing of choral groups on Varsity Night. -124- I The evening of December 5 was ll lim-ly one of Competition zunong UAS leading entertainers. The finalists who appeared on Talent Night were chosen from previous auditions of twenty- five acts. A Capacity Crowd of about eight hundred cheering students nmde the bzillrooni ring with enthusiasm. The ever-popular Howlett Smith, singer, pianist, and Composer, captured first prize. A sunnner in lluwaii brought second place success to ll trio of rhythmic hula dauicers. john Lyons beat out the other contestants with his skill on the drums. Bob Young einen-cd ll successful, guy Talent Night. -lui :Q Cfu1tr'st.1i1t Xlnlt llulwrts sings 'illld Xl.in llixvlpn Lnium llol in Lyons, hula dguren-rs Anne Sport-r. Nl.u'il3n Bardhaun 1 .llhlll Engholni, und pianist llowlnftt Smith. 1 Young pn,-si-nls thi- wnim-rs' grwunls to drunin tr A barber shop quartet blends together in close harmony, competing for the Talent Night awards. This lovely took part in the winning Sigma Chi skit. 5. I 22 Grand Swccpstaikc winners. Kappa Alpha Theta, pose after their act. Hundreds of students filled the U. of A. auditorium on March 6 and 7, to see the second annual Varsity Show sponsored by Kappa Kappa Psi, band honorary. The entertainment was provided by the campus organizations- sororities. fraternities. halls. and the honoraries. The theme was "The Cay Ninetiesf' Skits rangecl from bar-room murders to minstrel shows in which the more serious side of life was forgotten. Sigma Chi, the winning fraternity, had a football player doing the Charleston. while the Thcta's court-room scene won the Grand Sweepstakf- prize. The Tri-Delts. who took first place in the sorority division. made the 'Cray Ninetiesu liye again when a make- bclieye picture came to life. The actresses even Wore high button shoes. The purpose of the show was to raise money for hand scholarships. A profit of S800 indicates the show's success. Caught in the middle of their act are thc Tri Delt winners. The quartet is singing "Nothing Could Be Finer Than to Be in Carolina" to cnd the Phi Blu Alpha act. which won the best honorary skit award Z xl K -126- JF? 61, , -- I, x 0 Q 1 I X + ++++ 4-'V+ L 4-+++ + + + Q-e -Q + 4+ 44+ +4 + + 3 ,s's2r""'S? ' 6 .4-. .1 mmfilv' .H-sv ilu , rj , MISS JEAN THOMAS Kappa Alpha Theta -128- '--wf, , .,,,. , ,.., , A .V ,5,i,,:M,,Qf,gf2i ., ' 1 .,,. , 2:95 A ' uf.. ,Y . .a g-p . E1I.Q1f6E,3f3f'fg":1S f JI - Y- ,- -"4-.Q gg:,.3:-1.- ' - I-assi: .,.,I' V f::.1-vmyiiz' ' - ma . fr sfiggy. 5933-i 3? 1- B9 'X 6' Q ig, vw N X 'A 4 X3 X xg 0 ,Q 4 ,, 4, 4 A 'C si 2 Q , A f , Q, QQ . 2 X x . ,naw -"ya: 1 4 Rx six 3 'Q . 1 ww,-, 5 5 vsv?!?1 A .. f .' N , Psp! Q 5 rx fs W :asf X' Y XS 5 af Vs M X X W Wa' 5 ms q x ew fs xx A MISS JEAN THOMAS Lovely jean Thonias. Kappa A-Xlpha Theta. was crowned Desert Queen at the formal Desert Dance on March S. The mystery and suspense ended as the dancers crowded around a huge replica of the 1952 yearbook cover. waiting for the unknown Queen of the Year to step through. The cover was ripped open and smiling. hlue-eyed jean appeared, followed hy her tive attendants. all dressed in white. Desert Edi- tor Chuck O. Lee placed a wreath of white Liardenias on her iight brown hair. The queen and attendants were chosen from forty-two lovely co-eds. They were interviewed individually hy the board of puhlications and judged on beauty, poise. personality and activities. :X Tucson girl, .lean is a home economics senior. major- ing in textiles and clothing. with hopes for a career in the fashion field. The lug lnolnent fur the "Queen ol the Yearw .is she steps out of the lrig Desert ver replica. Majoring in textiles and clothing, talented Jean renders a Looking just as pretty in her working clothes, Jean puts the fashionable dress design, finishing touches on ii picture traine. -129- VX XI.-XHIAN LUSK Gamma Phi Beta AINNE ROWE Kappa Kappa Gamma I I -130- SUE HOFFMAN Kappa Kappa Gamma s A I 5 of 2 LENNY GRIFFIN Kappa Kappa Clllllllllll NIENIA MILLS Pi HUM Pfli The lmurd uf judges intelwiu-xxx Anne Hmm-. om of hrrty-twu candidates for tha' DL-sn-rt QJLICCII, ET gb E KBKV? H 'f - Vw "Fifi-KV'4NE61Q'l:S4M"f3Tv"'?.' ?lx5KSYi 'f'.-Y . I 'A LlilI'1'4f'n?'XT-'wi55hI3"47r"X'fKKK fx sl.-l: Qxw,ngg:si-- ' . KL EL ' Ex., ' -Jew- k1gs.xgLi3 ' 4 'is . sv s a ,. . 5 Q 'A' ' wswr' ' Q56 Xififlifxwzx JW , ' S UZY , Q 1' 31 My iii 'K ' mb 'ffw31,.:j-,-.S-wviiyg -' N A A Au. , . DEMOURE 0 -132- y -0: x ., APN. xr Y X 1 'u N- gzsiv. 3 .wi Nl NN,sA,,,.r"' QUEEN SUZY DERIOURE Kappa Alpha Theta F 1 i if 'j. WG - .VN-5 Q : , ,. 09: Q. Q , , 3 AP 5 Q , ,QT X' 9 555 Xmslw W x , ss? W .A 2:5535 X , DK N., W K ww 5 CHARLOTTE ABR.-DIS Gamma Phi Beta l - , YU' JODY THOMPSON Kappa Kappa Gamma -133- L JACQUI ROBINSON Chi Omega VIRCE PARKER Yuma Hall XIARTY SNIITH Alpha Phi llny Most Eliglblu lllilll was 1-11115011 by bulluts ul L-ruw11 lhrv . . Murtnr Board Prcsidvm Nlury S111-llc11l11-rga,-r 1-r11w11s this 31-a1r's Must Eligilulc Bawhc- lur, D11-k Kiiullull. 111111-Ll ill lop huts .1t the 11111101-. The five finalists: P11111 Boer. Alam StLll1t0ll H111 Ada1111so11, Dick Kitclu-11 and Bob Sl1a1fto11 Yir II11lJb11rcI docs 1-1114-Cc duty In-fore thc luaxulu-lor's crowning. -' 134 - I I V 39" .L.. , FN Q X1 X --QA Sf S '-. fi ' if - f X- Lg. .... ,W ,,,, B .. - - , YE Cf 'F , ,4,,,.ff,!.faggl ,7 1 Y' gf.. X C, 'QB' ,.,.- . f 5 . l :JI P QQ I 0 -135- ni - "cv-A XP-.2 W " U" X "" A X V .. p ig Wait I A -gi ,- x ' Q L it . ' f -in ' ' A Qld V 5 M A M A S: .E Nano, X K i it H: :Ayr is -.,. x R- st. ' My it In 'sg-Nsxwxasw Num - N " K fi K i' i . , L,. ' i A wwif"'lN' . My K,- , QK0-LEE Ae CHU j . Edltol D E S E R T Editor ,YYA,..,.,.,,,A,,A,,, ,,A,,A. C huck O. Lee Business Manager ....,,...... Jody Thompson v j Assistant Editor .,Y.,,. ........ C arol Troharl Chuck 0. Lee put out an annual this year that Art Editor-WWW -vvr Louise Buchanan is larger than any other ever published for the , , University. Chuck began developing ideas on Secflon Edlfofsi the Navajo theme last year when he worked as St"de"t I mo" "s"' 'sA" I 9dY Shaw the Desc'rt's associate editor. A junior this year, College? , """'sA"'s' """"" k HY Sumz Chuck is majoring in accounting and has heen F"Uf6f'f'm'S """'s"' EfH'1Ts1mH1j chosen for Alpha Kappa Psi and Pi Delta Epsi- S0"0"'t'eS """'ss"""""""' pq1OthyvHeac lou. Keeping up his good grades is important SQOHS ', """""""""""' Poltel Housfxmau to Chuck-he has a Baird scholarship. The ll 01110118 Sports """"'A""""" Nancy Lea "Smiling Irishman," elected A.S.U.A. vice-pres- ident for the coming year, is also a member of Chain Gang and the Traditions Committee and served last year as treasurer of the sopho- more class. Chuck shared with the other editors and husii " ' ' ' iess managers the honor of being the first to occupy new ottices in the Union. -136- -3 Q AZ CAROL TROHAN, Assistu nt Editor JOIJY T l1'11.s'1'11f, Y f I g JN I IJSf j N, - fmingwf S T A F F Section Editors: Publications .,,, ,..,,,, P egigy Dauun Cll'glIl1iZ-Ufi0HS ..,, ,.... S uzanne Laws Halls ,,,,,,,A,A,,,, ,,,,A, I Q-wel Alclerton Military ,,,,,,,,,.A. ,,,,,,,,., l Del AlClUl't0ll .,.,..Pegy.iy Nlulchay Rodeo ,,.,.,,Y,,,,,,... :ldllIll1l.S'fI'lIfi0l1 ...,, ...,.., I Jibbie Pill'liCl' Office Mazinger, ,,,,, , .,.,, Nlary Stagilel' Typist Stuff Mazinger ,,,,,YA..,.. Nlarian Lusk Imlar Stuff AIUIIIIQUI' ,,.. Gretchen llarline Copy1'UaflC1'3 ,.,,, ,,,, , ,.A.,,,... L eland OIT Dee Shinnick jackie DeBolt s Pl Wy Q Q nur .ip-.wmuxnxn-a ,,,,.....-,-ff -up-Q gd l. --51" . l Sparky Watt, cartoonistg Louise Buchanan, art editor. XVhen .locly Thompson took over as business manager of the DC.s'Crf this fall. she was the first person in the LlIllYCl'Sltf'lS history to servo as business inanaqer of three campus publications. -lotly was aclvertisinf, manager of the Kitty Kat her freshman year and became its business inan- ager the next year. As a iunior. -lody inanagecl the ll'ililcf1f's accounts. -locly started being a busy girl in her freshman year when she was elected class treasurer and chosen Freshman Queen. Since then she has been self-Ctecl for Spurs. Pi Delta Epsilon. Hannner and Coffin. and W'l10's Ulm. She was ll finalist for Hoinecoming Queen this fall, is president of the XYUIHPIIQS Press Club ancl has served on lllllfil'l7l0iSL'HC.8 College Board for two years. .loclyfs a Kappa and a natixe of Tucson. v 1 1 I 1 gg5ig.j-:xs.- ' 213 . :xx 'iw Y ' 'P 'Swag 3 1 .,,..,5, QQ MN X Mg, - , QA X x ADVERTISING STAFF Paul Hayes, Nils Swanson, jocly Thompson, I Indy Rohrrr, Dorothy Van Gilcler, Marty Cham- 1 bvrs. Carolyn Stvele. lack Levkowitz, l N 1 9 I AHT STAFF COLLEGE SECTION STAFF Sean-cl: -Iam' Tozcr. Kathy lisfy. Standing: Sally NYilson, Nlary Horne. Bs-its B4-in-kt-r. Louisa Adsit. Kay' Stunz. Dorothv Cross. Loleta Car- pcntcr. Not pr:-sr-nt: Arnie Scrhin, Gail Le-Bean. - Q KmSW1sv, 1 , E 3 Tsf z ' ' 1, J., . , 'w Q' 1 : Ez-.-, v 101231 .1 : Q ' 5 5:-' : - I f f..-' 1 1 ' wi- , I 5 me ., X - I . ,zur I Y? 3 DIQSEHT STAFF FRATERNITY AND SORORITY SECTION STAFFS Svatncl: Mary Stagm-r. fSt.mnliiig: jackie Ds-Bolt, Aldine Sinclair, Seated: Carlos Arnaya, Carole Clark, Ann Dunning Standing: Mary Kay Stokes, Leland Ory. Yo! pn-sc-iit: Jody Shaw, Peggy lice-ve, Ann Cameron, Earl Terman, Barbara Hamaker. Helen Harbison, Pat Ryan, Claire Segal, Mary Mantle, Nancy Martin, Dorothy Lou Head, Pat Johnston. -138- eww .. ,sf ., . . Xl ORGANIZATION STAFF INDEX S'l'Al"l" Seated: Suzanne Laws. In-wc-l Alclerton. Stnnaling: Dc-l Alali-rtun. ,limi Xluixiii. Clilll Bitti-rninn. Stirlvy XY.ill.n-li, 'Il-in ll ii u 1 Snrgic jones. Blargarct lfngurty. Ioan Hedrick. Biulmra B051-r. Blnry ll.n'linv, Put Hyun. ,Ii-.in llnnt. Lohman. 1 N-1 TYPING STAFF How 2 : Row 1: Nona Hall. Marion Langer. Clela Key. Marian Lusk. Pat Snyder, Amelia Loronu. Ernu Blezinger, Happy Palser. Kay Yun Sant. - 139 'nr .R N? N, Ks HW. wfa rx A3r'1'fg JF- flqv- ii .AWG DESERT STAFF Scatccl: Porter Hnusuinnn. Ninn-y Lea. Standing Xhrx P'il'lxLI IL gx Mnlcliay. Peggy Dinnn. l l li I As --ff A 1 fwgy - or f"Z0E'i-J-Wflnf . flxia- 'lI111,:k,"-ull-ISCA I X -f ,,fjk:-fi 'f'4f1,3,,,f""lh,,,.. T mg , ' s-, -..,j I ff .. X 'lv "-1'1tf'ff"ffvf,ffgi A' X lil D. F- JZL I l IRQ.-w -.x F'-if f' Z'-.W A .Q - H N - .--Maw Y- H: W1-21 .xx.. Q . src, Q. f,.,,MvWw r f s' , ll v'Q'T3'3' Vttnmmx QQ yu' 'nl' ,-"'..-'fm I l if po . . X i H---,Q--H" ff l for uansox lf' 0 WCU HM lll J FRIDAY STAFF Mrnmging editor ,,,. ......,,A..,,,. Roger Lewis, lst semester Dave Treganowan, 2nd semester NCIL'-9 C'flif0l' ..... ........... .,,. D o n Vance. lst semester lloy Albertson. 2nd semester Sports' c'f1i1'Ol' ,,,,,,, ,...,. D ave Treganowan, lst semester Don Vance, 2nd semester A SOL'tL'l'i1 editor ,.,,, ...... ackie DeBolt, lst semester Editing a sexni-weekly campus news- 10311PahnefqZndggnjt-stef paper takes hours of work. Hugh Har- elson has done an excellent joh this year as editor of the Avilllffllf. fxlajoring in journalism. Hugh started his lViltIc'at experience as a reporter in his sopho- more year. Last year he served as sports editor and managing editor. He also was campus correspondent for a Phoe- nix newspaper. Hugh is a member of Pi Delta Epsilon, journalism honorary. Student Union Activities Board. and is affiliated with Sigma Alpha Epsilon. He has been chosen for Sophos, Bobcats, and lVl1o'.s' llvlzo. Editorially, the llfilflcat instigated and hacked i'Help lVeek" and battled closed meetings of the Student Council. a fight that received national recognition. An All-American award for its general excellence was awarded the ll'iIclc11t this year. it-1,1 Friday Staff: Ioan Palmer, Roger Lewis, Jackie DeBolt, Don Vance, Dave Treganowan and Roy Albertson. -140- f-" QJRDCM "" Q . 'uw 1019--f .re Q'll"'l"'p . Aurtiiln NYU Um! 5-it A we - 'T' 35 w if :rr Y Y ' ' - Yen!" -1 ' mlhll . A X Nunllarxlak-nxnX""':l ,.,.., Y - - 7 . 1 ' .. 'i ...ff lin", ,,,4,,,in-WIN :L I N.. g H533 S f ' q.w"' ' ' ' 'V U..-e ' -3 f ,,,ti-- .ff-ce' ' 'at ll S2 FD ' " . I NZ? 'r ind: 'WN cp.: 1 sq- , ' Tl sis- ' 3:2412 'WC 'I-"1 w"'N ' 1-'LT' il'-n ,A ,D 1 I 'I F1 CIT . ... 23 V v-1' ,Q 95 -4 if V 73 tn E5 -3 '42 9' 1-: '71 k-r '11 --N, N-, C': '1:, Elzl' .TIT . Ai 753 f-v-,:,. 7.:..:. 57 fi,-in ,TC - .A "'n-I . ECG K m,'j"T 7' 7:2 N 4.-'N g, .-.. if -,, .J- 7? N. 5. , 5 .4- 4 ,luck Croxu-. intl seincstcr Mi , Qjmf W W ,..,,,,.,...........,,,. -we -we . .... ss VVQ-dnesday Staff: Leo Della Betta. Carol Trolum, jack Crowe and Duslmn Lazovicli. -141- 1' I Jlmifflrf K xt ry . llflflfllqpr Despite tl cnt in ASU.-X fees allotecl to the llilclulf this year, Frank ljl'1lL'llIll11l1 enginet-real tht- pnpe-r's husiness to make it ll success fiimncinlly. Starting as 11 member of the Kitty Kat nclvcrtising stall in his sophomore year. Frank served as the Illtlfl,'tlZlll6lS business imnniger last year and :ls sales inanuger for ll Col- lege raflio show. Last December Frank originated uncl inunugecl 11 series ol aclvertising promotions for all campus publications. ln lamiary. he directed a March of Dimes -AXlRl'CllLltllOlln which helped to raise five times more money than the campus has given to the cause before. Frank is an SAE and a Cadet colonel in ROTC. He has been chosen for Pi Delta Epsilon. Hammer and Cof- fin, and ll'l1o'.9 XVIID. iff? Xxwildtall ryportcx' Peg Tiilmlet fur a stury ofhcc. "S-'.-imw 1 fiiiegm is.eazsHi xli:::..' Wg fggieggsf . ,WWW ,f LWFN-:wax.,RN wwiiyyq . K- -.m.f.. . gy Daum intvrviews "Bumps" from tlu- graduate IH1lHilgCI"S .ning -wlmm ,im-W. , .imimu .x,,..... .. uw -E,3t'!TTX7 .W iam: W. ' NNW EP-f.'w.' Q D s R ,W 1. Q 31125, A1 ff. 95' ,442 .. .. 'Ai . .1 ff 2 i i?,fg".ff-V '33, iw-S' -A an 1' c.. .I-P "ff ai X .Q- 1. ,SQ XF: X. wg .1 H- DOUG XIARTIN U'iIzIL'ut llllfi-S'0I' x W V wi Q Om 40' - 4 K X XXC ' .- W Twai-15 . x ' - Y gow ' N xxxx OPX L SQX 'W u i- .xg xv C6 - 142 set and printed at Tucson Printing Co. . .iv Ti 1-ififi f, " fkmfA"' XYILDCAYI BUSINESS ST.-Xlflf limi' 1: Ci-ui'Qv Ilill, url ,s'ulz'x:1'm1q liuimiv NIuFn1'laii1Ll. -Nt't'l'L'flIl'U. Huw 21 John Cigilqii-ij mf .x11li'.x'1JI1lI!J Dluii Killl1L'f', 1'I1I.N'x'ifi4'll rltix lHillIfl!L'l'. . :wg 535,-,rp , i -resimw x A " , fvff - n n 1- i .N Q 0 " .,,. 9-0, i' , A - -A-. xx'11,1Jc2. x'1' iiliifcmiwiiias "ff s " 4- ' , , , ,Wa Hmm li Lim lzllvii Cnitliii. 5lll.llllli V - i"llL'i'xlIlft'l'. xI.lI'f.ll'1't Cliunp' . '. limi' 3 'xllLll'l'X Su mm Pi--mx lluim XI.i1Ay -lnNlvC.im.li1. Hmm V : f -ww . ' , ruulm NIM' , ,- GH, Q Simpwu, Du-lx ilu-vin, Phil :Xisxuxrtli '. mx' 4. Clnmlvs hitlvli. Dick H.ilml.i llhlllkill. sll' Ilxiiivliiii-. Ui-iiv Cn-411.1 iumsifi. Shui HKll'lHNX.lf. Hmm' 3: ,lu Siillinui, l'vi'i'y l':-tvix 1iiL'il.ll'Qi Bgikki- lulm cilliiiixiill. B.-1iY.uiuy. lin-iiili,-iw Qirulvxi Ixmmx iiml Elimlwtli Giwwli-x' 1-nim' rcuidiiig thu l.itL-st UlIll'DllS iiwws. 1 i Y- WILDCAT CIRCULATION STAFF Jan Vlirreiig Leila Nichols, sccrcfuryg joan Moran. c'irc'ul11liim manu,gCr. ,f-iff" vw NMA -143- I 1 l . 3 Xt . f 5 X A i NW-gitlSgw,,t MM, ,. X he it X., v it , I W I ' ' I Wt , Edllftil - Tl, 129 wi In editing six issues of the Kitty Kat, Ted Kazy not only pro- duced an excellent humor magazine, but included many articles of general interest. Of special note was a pictorial feature on the Student Union put out in the buildings dedication issue. A senior, Ted received training through his major in journal- ism. serving as news editor and columnist for the IVildcat last year. Ted is also president of Bobcats, vice-president of Pi Delta Epsilon and was chosen for IVl1ols IVlz0 in American Colleges and I'nit'er.s-ities. I .e 2+-1 . 1,5 . - et., :gi I , x ' 9 ff, K3 so Q x. 1 x Y " Tqs Eflitor ....,,...,,,..........,, .....v.Ted Kazv Bzlsiiiass lllflllllgtf ....,,. ........ K en Fenster Art Editor. ,,.,.l.,,. ,.......Pete Kesling Editorial .-Xssociates ...,,...,,,... joan Kircher 1 fl . k . ,- .' 'Q , ., Leta French joan Palmer Sherri Kahn Robert Boyd Ierry Demarest I I -u EDITORIAL STAFF SECRETARIAL STAFF Row I: Xlargurct Fogarty, ,loan Kirchcr. Jenn Schmeider, Row l: Ann Simley, Paula lVisheli, Genevieve Obregon, Betts Sherrie Kahn. Aldine Sinclair. joan Palmer. Row 2: Ken Benekcr. Mary McGregor, Stjrley XVallach. Susan Lauer. Row Fenster, Ted Kuzy. Pctc liessling, Andy Craybeal. 2: Phyllis YVeinste1n, Shirley Franklin, Doris Gridley, Carole -144-- Meyer, Pat Kunze, Beverly Buck. l. l A l E ,s.. was , x 'Q - sl 5. .Saint iw , K., LL , S Feutzzrc' lfrlitm ',,, , .,,, , .-Xlcline Sinclair IQ.-X. " FFX-S, re - TE If, 51,,,.mFS! V! i 'll"'lr1Lfp,, Keeping uecuunt lmmaks in tlie lilac-lx is in job. lint Ken Fenster ,'lfIL'Cl"fi.S'IllQ JIKIIIIIQCI '.,, ,,,,, h loAnnc- Doolen has lizincllecl the Kifly Ktlflb' business sueeessfully tliis year. Ken Secretarial AIKIIIIIQVI ',..,, ,Paula XVisln-lx was Qrntluutecl to tlie lie-ntl lllilIllS position lust spring after EXCIIIIHQK' Eflifm ',,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,..., I , ori Lewis wurliiiig on tlie liusiness staff lust yeur. Ken is Ll lilmernl arts Circulation Manager ,,,,,...,... Vern Nleyers senior. IHkll0X'lI'lQ in psyelinlugy. He is -I Z.B.T. rnitl ii ine-inlier PI'OI7l0flU7lllI Alllllllgff., Perry Peters of Alplni Delta Sigma. advertising lnpiioiury, uncl Pi Delta E.rpCcl'itUr ,,,,,,.,.,, .....,.r,, I Dundee Ilueftlein Epsilon. jnurnnlisin lIOIl0l'1ll'y. "The business iiniiiagefs joli CIIITOOIII-S'fS ,,,, .Xncly Grziybezil isnt all wui'lxf' Ken explains gleefully. "I get to pick tlie girl Hail IYriqlit to lie feiitnrecl in me-li issue ns Kitten uf the Xlmitlif' 5354 4: W 1.1 ROW 1: Paula XVisliek, .secretarial lnzlnngerg Dundee Ilueft- lein, experlitorg Marilyn Dodson, cxcliango ezlitur. Huw 2: Perry Peters, promotional managerg Vern Myers, Cirvulatiwi manager. 'X ADVERTISING STAFF Jane SL-liell. Peggy Coy. Put Bagslmw. Joyce Btillnrcl. JoAnne Doolen, ac1i'vrti.s'ing IIIIIIIIIKEUF. - 145- X 4 v lx 4 fit Y p .M ,Q 1' 14" ,N ni Q ""'v' i ' 41,4 .L 3 vivw - t 'Mi K 'T it " N' X it 7' -' re ., -z . if ' lf,-.Le W ' V if -35: Wi 'W' xi, . 'lil0" . eb-L' XXAYL BOY' Bob XVaples capably handled the editing of Vi.s'fr1's fall issue. Serving as inanaging editor when the magazine was started last year. Bob took full charge last tall. As his literary activities indicate, Bob majored in English. joe Ong served as Vistuis co-head this year, taking over as editor-in-chief when Bob graduated in ,Ian- uary. Last year he was an assistant editor. Ioe's major is journalism and as a junior he was news editor and then managing editor of the lVilde11t. A senior he was an editorial A Ps fe 'if' sip .2 ff ffl CK LE r O l l IT Z . B145-111 61535. :Manage 1. 64154 assistant for the Kitty Kat and still found time to work for a local newspaper. A whizz at studies, too, joe was elected to Phi Kappa Phi. Phi Beta Kappa and Pi Delta Epsilon. Jack Levkoyvitz had a triple dose of business inan- agership this year. Besides handling Vistais finances. Jack supervised the ads in the Grid Review and Student Handbook. The Ad Club assisted lack with V i.s'ta',s' ads and in inaugurat- ing a subscription drive. A pre-med student now. lack intends to study dentistry. KC'l lzstais literary staff included: How 1: -I. Bennettq F. O'IIara. lCflO7l editorg F. Bridges, art erliturg P. Herron, poetry editor. Row 2: P. Daunng A. llirsch: T. Humphrey, B. NVaples, fall editorg L. Ilaxvkinsg XI. Parc. vi The business staff was: Row 1: N. Fisher, J. Hall, J. Pepper 1. Lipscomb, T. Daniel, P. Fonger, M. L. Meyers, T. Dease E. Hisey. Row 2: I. Hill, S. Laverty, G. Martyn, I. Denslow I. Ballard, M. McCaffrey, M. Stratton, L. Beiixry. I. Minteelf ' f " " . a Row 3: lv. Hazlett, C. Bush, J. Lyons, I. Lex ovutz, I tuch, P. Currence. ft. sf A fa. j,I.. , AB BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS, Row 1: Charles Triholet. Don Phillips. Jody Thompson. Bob NYhite. How 2: Hugh Harelson. Ted Kazy. lack Levkowitz. Chuck O. Lee. Frank Drachman. Ken Fenster. The Board formu- lates the general policies of all publications. selects the new editors and business managers. and this year acted as judges of the Desert Queen contest. .!a . . The ll1St01'y of the University of Arizonais yearbook began 49 years ago when the Burro was published. Its editor was Leslie A. Gilbert and its manager was H. Clay Parker. After 1903 no annual was published until 1911. That year its name was changed to the Desert. The title EI Sahuaro was used for one year in 1913. This was the last change made in the yearbook's name. It has been entitled the Desert eyer since. The 1950 Desert edited by Lorena De- Sanctis won recognition in the Pi Delta Epsilon national contest for its general excellence. This year's edition is the largest eyer published at the University of Arizona. It was in 1899 and 1900 that the University first pub- lished a newspaper 01' news periodical and at this time The Sage Green and Silrcr. a news monthly. was produced. It was replaced by the Varsity Gridiron. another monthly. in 1902-03. after which the I'nit'cr- sity of Arizona Monthly was published. In 1908 the first weekly newspaper on campus. the IllliLit'I'-Siflf Life. was started. The .Arizona Il'eek1y Life became the newspaperis title in 1911 and 1912. but it was changed back to the IvlllL'UI'.S'f1L1j Life in 1913. The name Ari- zona IVilc1'Cat was adopted in 1915. Appearing weekly during the last war. the 1l'ilcICat returned to twice-a- week publication in September. 1949. now printing a tabloid on XVednesdays and the standard size paper on Fridays. Approximately 50 issues are published each year. Consistently of top quality. the 1l'iIfleat was chosen as the best college newspaper in the state by the Arizona Newspapers Association this vear. lt has received the All-American rating of the Asso- ciated Collegiate Press since 1943. The Kitty Kat was founded at the University of Ari- zona in 1925 hy Buddy Shelton. A special student body election in 192T made it an official UA publica- tion. ln 1929 the Kitty Kat was elected to member- ship in the XVestern College Comics Association. Since that time it has continued to publish a variety of campus humor along with more serious articles of general interest. The Kit-ty Kat publishes six issues a year including the official program for the UA rodeo. This yearls plans include a 25th anniyersary issue in Nlay. The semi-literary magazine Vista is a comparatively new publication on the uniyersity campus. The uni- versity students returned to the publishing of a literary magazine in 1948. Four issues of Lit were issued. In 1949 Litfs articles were included in the Kitty Kat. A need for a literary magazine was felt again in 1951 and Vista was created. Harry Phillips edited its first issue in spring of that year. This is Vi.s-ta'.s' first year of semi-annual publication. Its content includes short stories. feature articles. criticisms. reports and poetry. 1l. 1-. -it-1. -. 1 iY'Q3f':'NY, f, TQ 1221! AMs f'fl NK! w I l fmawi vfy.. Vi - fi J' . K M - f'x w I!! im Q , A 1? n fri -"S: lb 31,75 Q-G1 ,f 's., i..- ,V .J . -7952 Preceded by traditional XVt-stern Week. when the whole campus puts on their most western clothes, this year's rodeo was ll double feature-an afternoon Pttl'f0l'II1ll1lL't' and an evening show. Twenty-fiye hundred attended the eyents at the Pima County Fair Grounds and. despite pre-rodeo complaints about an evening performance, 1,300 came to the night affair. This was the twelfth annual U A rodeo. managed by Dax e Xlansur. and the first in which entrants from both Tempe and the Uniyersity took part. Bruce Xlaeey. U A Aggie senior. was All-Around Cowboy and champion rider. Alan liees was All- Around Cowgirl. Altogether there were seyenty-two members of the rodeo team. including the six-man team from Tempe. Thirteen girls. the greatest number eyer to enter, took part in the girls' events. There was also a new event-double mug- ging. a combination of steer wrestling and calf roping. ,-Xt the Rodeo Dance the night before the two performances. Terri Heckelman was voted Rodeo Queen. Tempe entry Ronnie Pyatt was the champion roper. and Nlaxey XYhitman. who reeeiyed a split ear when a bull bueked him against a Chute. was the Hardluck Cowboy. And not to be forgotten were the Clowns, Pete Segulja and Ken Clark, who entertained the crowd and distracted broncs and bulls from their fallen riders. -149- -. ' X gklysgte. . .ee--" mn A xx f tum ll X-X DAVE M.-XNSUR. Rodeo Boss Kia s lil! -- JS "'-in ll' mx ::'wS"fgTILfii5:Q iw .. .x-- .M 8. N - w, I . " 'wc A , xiprtiwi , . f..,,f.+ .:f':1I?5"2 :f?"'5w?53 'X x1'X'i":'?-: w . sw 'sf 4. E 75211: , ,. ,ww H A 24464 2 A Saddle Bronc Riding. ..... ,, ,Bill Ullman Bareback Brouc Riding ,,,,,, G .Bruce Nlac-ey Calf Hoping ,,,,,,.. ,,,. ,, ,Tex Bicleqain Bulldogging ...,..., .. , ,...l,. ..,, D aw Xlimsur Team Tying, ,, , , ,,,, ,, ,,,Ron11y Pyutt. Xlax Byrd Double Nluggiiig. , ,,... ,,.. Home-1' Byrd Bull Riding ,,,,,, ,, , , .,,, ,luck Perry Bruce Bmiiscoiiib Girls' Barrel Race Alun Rc-es Girls' Cow Milking ,, , ,lim Rees Girls' Goat Tying , , ,,,. , Terri Ilcckclman Girls' Calf Hoping, . ,. , XYilmn Huqgett Best All-Around Chwboy, Brucv Xlacey Best All-iXl'0lll1Cl Cowgirl .lun Hess Cliampiun Roper , , , Wlloiiiiy Pyutt Hard Luck Cowboy , Xluxey XVliitm11n Hard Full, ,,,. , , ,, , ,luck Pvrry TEHRI HFCKF . -IAIAN4 1g,,,f,,U Umm BNC? MHCCY- AH'A1'0UHd Cvwbov .Inu Recs, All-Around Cowgirl - 151 - X 4 F... ' C ff m QH1 , QQ X 6 Q--'Eh' mam- ' ' The Interfraternity Council is set up to regulate the policies that apply to the Greek social fraternities on campus. It is composed of the president plus one elected representative of every recognized fraternity. The council has the power to expend money to sponsor certain worthy functions. This year the IFC held its annual Christmas Party for over 200 Tucson A youngsters. Under the chairmanship of Frank Lazarus. the first consolidated attempt at a "Help YVeek" rather than a "Hell XVeek,, was initiated. Over 200 pledges from all houses helped level the football field at the Arizona State School for the Deaf and Blind. The animal IFC dance was held on April 26, at Rancho Diablo. chairman of the affair being Andy I.auver. The IFC also offers a cup to the fraternity with the best grade average. which Xt this year went to Tau Delta Phi. The Council's ici-PrusidC' advisor is Dean Slonaker. dean of men. 'CIIICS A A ABQ First 5 PNSW XXAYXYX Row lz Andy Lauver, Dan Reidy. Al Traficanti, Dave Grant. Toni Gilmour, Dave Riese. Cody Marsh, Gerry Raticoff, Bob Guth- rie. How 2: jay Corley, George Conley, Bob True. XVinfield Frank, Alan Minklcs. joe Dalton. Dean Slonaker, Jack McGrael, George Hill. Row 3: Tom Cioehetti. Dutch Kunde. Don Breckenridge. john Bailey, Harry Amster. Frank Shaw. Lou Bell, Gerry Kaplan, Paul Mana, lim Quigley. Row 4: Mike Pistor, XValt XN'offord, Tom Royden, Ed Schmidt, Peter Hussey, Keith Taylor, Dick Torwe. lf if kai '54 .iw Q-we - 154 - INTERFBATERNITY PLEDGE COUNCIL The Interfraternity Pledge Council is organized to promote fellowship and to foster better pledge functions. The council meets to discuss com- mon problems relatiye to the pledges. They are advised by a member from the IFC who approves their activities. The first semester was high-lighted by the Pledge Pajama Race. a relay event of ten men which started in front of the Tau Delta Phi house and wound its way through the fringe of campus streets ending in front of the Phi Gamma Delta house. This year Sigma Alpha Epsilon won first prize. the traditional silver spittoon. The pledges also held a beer bust out in the desert. The main project of the second semester pledges was to clean the foun- tain in front of Old Main. f.-lf IK by If AC 'HEL . .reewzd .re11,C,S,r . 0, lllbivyfplu IFC OFFICERS IFPC OFFICERS PII'-S'fffC'llf'Si. ,..... HJITV AIIISIUI' Pl'C.sif1Cllf.S' ......,...,.,vr.,,,,,,,,,,,, Paul XIQEwe11 V ice-P resi fl ents ....,. 4,e,, , S Ccreta ri Us i...,,, T1'Ua.s'1n'er.s ....,,e. ,I ack lNIcGrael ..,..Dau lleidy Andy Lauyer .lack KIcGrael George Hill . ...,.,,. Frank Shaw john Bailey Fargo Nelson Vic'z"P1'c'.s'i1l0nt ,,.,,,,......... Bill Wbrthington Svc'l'v1111'y-Twzlszlrefs ,............. john Derby Gene XValker F9 E31 f "X 2 ,.:. 'ki' X' f X f . ' N X295 Off they go in the fourth annual Pledge Pajama Race. The Sigma Alpha Epsilon winning teanj' 666 D PFC-S'ldCI1f ............ ...,,,,,,,,,AA,,,,,, P eter Hussey VlCL'-Pl?-SiCIC'l1f ...... .,,,,,, N orman Morgan Svrretary .......,. ..,.,.,,.......... J ohn Frank ARIZONA CHAPTER HOUSE. S19 East Third Street r af' . i I- U . 'AFS l .. wi' fx V ' Q f A ' N' 1If',. ' Q Hi. 7 ' ' ' sy - 1 K Ax ,ffl . . , ' . t ll X Pl'GSlden 'il HUSSE ' YETEY' Baarent Bit-sem Price Curd Russell Dc-nker YVarner Dodd Iolin Frank XVinlield Frank John Gardner eyvr Kelly lloclicr Lee lliulicrson Peter Hussey Bion Laubscher Norman Morgan Iohn liamsey Carl Sechrist John Tverberg Eugene XValker Donald VVillins Norman Zeller Tl'Ut1SllI'6r ......,.7,.,........ Baarent Biesemeyer SOCil1l Clltlirlllell. ....,r,,,,,,,, Russel Denker Carl Sechrist Acacia was begun on the Arizona campus in March. 19-19. Graduating seniors Norman Morgan and Peter Hussey are two of the original founders. Their charter was received from national on December 17. 1950. This year they moved into their new home at 819 East Third Street. Baarent Biesemeyer, the treasurer, is a member of two engi- neering honoraries. Pi Mu Epsilon and Theta Tau. Carl Sechrist represents Acacia in Sophos and YVinfielcl Frank is a member of Chain Gang. Iohn Frank, Don VVillins and B3.k1l'E1'lt Biesemeyer are members of Scabbard and Blade. On March 17, a banquet was given in honor of George A. Malcom, one of the original founders of Acacia at Ann Arbor, Michigan. A beautiful Sweetheart Dance, was given in De- cember, Where Barbara Porter, Alpha Chi Omega, was crowned sweetheart. Second semester dances include the Backwoods Ball and the annual Night on the Nile costume dance. ,J -156- N40 President A.....,,,,,,,. ..,... B urrell Byrd Vice-President ........ ,,,.,,, 1 loy Nelson Secretary ....,...,...., ,,.... N eil Brittaiu House Manager ..... A,..... A ltred Austin Social Clzuirmnn ,..,,,. ,, .,,, john Colvin The Aggie House. situated on North Euclid Avenue. is not affiliated with any national fraternity, but has made its place on the cainpus with the other houses. It is primarily a honie for the students in the College of Agriculture. House functions for the past year included inany informal get-togethers and the Aggies have been famous for their serenades. The ineinhers hay e heen very actiye in Aggie Cluh functions. and the house was well represented at the Teinpe x . . Nye- it S 'vb S 32 '. . iyglid it it . R A v' ji, N F' . ii V 2 I X Eel X A 'W-Q se: K- . V vm .SLN s K k 'Rs , K - Q V: -Q - A . rd , , A, :Sgt ,TIA Y f H' H A T f IH tsl.- tl 1 ig' ' 3 - 157 ACCIE IIOVSE. S19 North Euclid Avenue rodeo. Among the outstanding inenihers is Ted Hazen. president of the Rodeo Cluhg ,lim Chas- tain, Stan Shannon, Al Austin and llay Palmer are in Alpha Zeta, Aggie honorary. Berl Byrd and joe Blair were rnenihers of the U ot A rodeo team and Blair, Homer and Berl Byrd were on the Livestock judging team. XValt liohtrts took the lead part iu the musical Brigm1'o0n. At the Aggie Dance. Xloua Nlunch was crowned Aggie Queen. AI Austin Diek Barncx' as Aloe Blair Louie Bohn Boland Briggs Neil Brittain lluiner Byrd Al liarstetter -lini Chastain Kenny Clark john Colxin 'vn.....3i' Toni Dees Bill Dubois K Q L g A Dielc Everling f . I Ulf 3 ' fi? Bill Griffith Torn Hales 'lied llazen llenery Karel Bill Kryger lledger Luinar Bay inond Latta Gene Loranee Bay Palmer Ylldt Roherts NIL-lvin Shilling Pete Segulja Sterling Tucker few an EPSILON BETA CHAPTER HOUSE. -l-15 East Fourth Street IL W, f-few 0 Hal Adamson Bill Armstrong Dick Bicllakc luck Boclewccs Robert Brown Bill Crury J11j'COl'lCj' Ilownrcl Doclgc Karl Estm-s Robert Franz ,lim Canter Allvcrt llnll F11-Ll johnson Cody Munli Paul KICEXYUII Yi-rn Myers Rc-itli Puynu Ilia-luircl Pettit D fi .115-ON PQ, . .yzrfellt :FN 5 I 5: ill " fi Pre.sir1ei1t.s' ,, , ,,Hal Adamson Cody Xiarsh Vice-Pl'e.sirIenfs' ,, ,, ,, ,Bill Crary Tom XVood SeCrez'c1rie.s , ,, ,Cody Harsh Keith Payne Tl'Cll.S'lll'Cl'-S .. . ,,,,,,,, Dick Bykken Orin Pruner Social Cllllll'llll'H, , ,, ,,-lini Canter Paul McEwen The i'Korn Kapersn opened the fall social actiyi- ties with a whirl. During the Christmas season. Mike Patrick. Gamma Phi Beta. was crowned .-MTU, Sweetheart at the Blue and Cold formal. The traditional "Black Foot-XVhite Foot" Ball was held in the spring in conjunction with Sigma Nu at Baneho Diablo. 'Ivy Corley. -lim Canter. Tom YVood. and Vern Myers were all in Tradi- tions Committee. A.T.O.'s in class honoraries were 'lay Corley and lim Canter in Sophosg and Bill Arinstrongg in Chain Gang. Vern Myers was iw? 1 .Abu T Toni XVood Phil Zender president of Delta Sigma Rho. Fred johnson was president of Alpha Delta Sigma, First semester IFPC president was Paul XIcEwen. Hal Adamson. Dick Rykken and lack Bodewees were members of Scahbard and Blade. A.T.O. was well represented in varsity sports: Bill Arni- strong in baseball. Bill Crary and .lim Canter on the tennis teanig and Dick Rykken and Karl Estes in golf. The A.T.O.is won the mens division trophy in the Bed Cross blood drive for blood donations from S6 percent of the house. vie-.,.t.- . M Orin Pruner Ianies Reed Dick Rykken Bob Strother Jerry Thayer Ronald Utke W mg A Robt, Xllildburgcr ' F Washington Ixay Lee XX ieland Jerry Wlilliains - 159 - Ulf! , 11 . -.xwm Q.3v..W.. ....-A M-1'-W In AL F, , . ...Q if-X K X .,,,y. KY J . ..,. . , H I W W ,AS 1 .. I1 PM ARIZONA CHAPTER HOUSE. 1501 East First Street Bob Banc-1' Micke-3' BL'I'I15lClIl Jim Birmingham Frank Buccclln Dann Burden JOE' Blxllllt T. I. Cnsv Barry CllLll1illL'l' Ken Coopwootl -liwli Diulison Bill Dinlcme-yer Le-igli Fitllcr Don Funk Bill Cvrmrgvlus XYaltt-r Gills-apic jim Girard Cllillilk' llull Bill limit-nt-k Larry lluxvkins Yzruglm Horinunn joe Int-ksmm Clmrlvs -lflyft' Dit-k Kvvliv Tc-tl Klinm' Bill Luticli Brut-ci Mucey Bill Xluttinson Dick Xlrrttinsuii 1 f I P ' . 1 ' . HQ of -160- 'QQO , . ,ilu C X I f Prcfsidcnts' ,,,Y,Y.,Y,,...,,..,,,,,,,..,,,,.,,,, T. 1. Case Dave Pxiese ,..,,,,, Dave Riese john Peterson Vice-Prcsiflemts , Secretfzries ,,,,, ....,A, IX Iickey Bernstein Leigh F eidler Trefzsurer ..........,.,.,,. .............. D on YVatson Social Chairmen .......A.. Vaughn Hormann Jim Dye Leading in intramurals at the end of the first semester. Delta Chi took first place in swim- ming and basketball. second in track. and third in baseball. They also had two men on all-intra- mural- Kenny Coopwood in basketball and Hugh thlacj McMullen in baseball. Outstand- ing in varsity football in the fall were Alan Stanton and john Lowry. Stanton was chosen on the Border Conference football team at the conclusion of the season and also played on the varsity basketball team. ln Sophos were VVayne Tuttle and Don YVatson. Harold YVatson and Vaughn Hormann were members of Chain Gang. The Christmas formal. the annual barn dance and the Arabian Nights dance were outstanding social events of the year. Betty Herman. Delta Delta Delta, was crowned queen at the Christ- mas formal. Caston McKnight Dong NIL-Pherson lolm Monier Larry Nlonier Phil Nlonicr ,lim Mooney john Peterson TSN Dick llice Dat 0 Hiese Dave Saltrison Paul Simmons Charles Snider Bill Sparkman John Stille Xed Tliornpsoli XVayne Tuttle Cordon XYhistler Art Xlilltinson -161- fi Q Q Q 'U 9 W! i WE? I f , If R if X ..., ll V 4VWA A ff A ' DI V 'W ' A 'A N .,., '1'-.mi s Q , p,.aSMwU BETA OMEGA CHAPTER HOUSE. 459 North Norris Street D Richard Balike Robert Barnes Herbert Beazley Fred Blackmore Ierre Boyer john Bozik janles Brintnull Dick Brooks NVillizuu Bunce jerry Coffey Hurley Compton George Cromhie Hielmrd Ebert John Ellis Joel Fontaine Tecl llzill john llziug VVilliiiin llaug Chris Kiiramiiehos jerry Larsen Larry Lyman Paul Muca Owen Malloy Iac-lc NIL-Cruel -162- kip -,cn l --- I P1'csicIm1f.s' ,,,,,,,, Y,,Y,,,,,,A ,,,.,. D 1 ck Ebert Paul Nlaca Vice-P1'c.s'idci1t.s' Y,,,,,, lack NIcCrael Tom Zangl Secretaries ,..,,,,,,,,,, Paul Nlaca Herb Beasley .,,,,.Harold Purcell Bill Hang T1'ec1surcrs .,,,,.,, Social Clzairmcn ..,,,. jim Brintnall Robert Boyd The school year started early for many Delta Sigs. who did a thorough redecorating job on the house in preparation for the opening of the fall semester. A successful rushing program added twenty-six men to the house. including Chris Karamichos, an exchange student from Greece. Chris was elected president of both the campus International Club and its affiliate, the VVestern Regional International organiza- 'Fx iq'- Charles Sniith L Peter Speck Donald Stein Stanford Vt'ilson Loren XVood XVilliam XVorthington Thomas Zangl -163- i tion. Bill XVorthington served as IFPC vice- president. The election of lack McCrael as IFC president marked the opening of the sec- ond semester. A lively social schedule for the fall was brought to a close by the Christnias formal. at which Paula XVishek was selected as Delta Sig Dream Cirl for l952. Featured in the spring were the traditional Sailors Ball and a formal dance. Xtarren Milligan Cr,-rald Olney Forest Parker Pat Patterson Harold Purcell joseph Shirley ALL 'J .o 0, .., .5 la F ,fa ,g7E'?4f E711-g, 12 vw- 's'L':9'i.f" ' - - . 2 'w2f'Hg?1pfh'2ffj'f " e - ffgf-wr, W max- Q! , lg PF ' 2'.I???fy,5'5g' QQ l, if Q '-5, w.. xg. av ,L Y-53. j-' .j,f1,,-- af. "ditty,-f ,y V. 1551.3 Q. .gl . . U 1. " awww. ' A. . ' .V fi"k:"'S I 'W wqguiiiii . 1 , .mr-M-s 3 ,, 5 A ' gf: fb X N W Q ' firm' """"' 1-- --v-a..Rf ,H , ... I . I .7 K V. , 7 A, i X , if A : . Y , I f f wk . NM. El? UD 4 I FF K8 K x , QRD .x . , , J P I ,EWU CIN: ZFTA BET.-X CHAPTER HOUSE, 110-1 East Sc-vcutlm Stn-et Z ROllL'I't.'xlli1llli Rulwrt Bunsnm Hurry Blnisdell jzumfs Cameron Clmrlvs Cundiuxm Jgulu-s Cllik't'1ll't'Hil Ulnltcr Druvgcr Hin-lmrcl Dru-ycr Holme-rt Fgnllkne-1' josc-ph Hnllorun Hnlvcrt Hilko Calf- Icffryc-s llnrry -Inlmson -In-rmnc Lawyer Duslum Lnzuviclm Hulu-rt Nlullcrs 'Iulm Melguurd -Izum-5 Mills 6461-Mia -154- ws uw!-U1 cftase X ,K . Z 4,'V5l 1 tt ,XValter XYotford , .Leonard Snyder Phil Sidel Prc'.s'iz1c'11f ,,,,,,, Y'ic'e-Prc'.siflcr1ts Secretaries , Albert Simpson Fred Xlfigans Treasurer ,, , , .. Harry Blaisdell XValter Draeqer SOC'illICl1UlI'Illl'll .. ,. . Stephen Salonites The newly redecoruted main floor of the house was the scene of many social functions through- out the year. Outstanding ainong these events were the Heaven and Hell Dance and the French Apache Dance which took place in Nlarch. The latter was a costume party and characters from the left bank of the Seine were seen again this year on East Seventh. The Crescent Formal was held in Deceinher. and in 'the spring the XVhite Rose Forinal was held. A change in procedure found the pledges en- 'G- ,p -2 ,lzinies Templeton Vlkilter XVofford -P - " A y . A 2 1,7 TQ ' 3 , Q ff. A .-Xlhert Simpson Craig Smith Leonard Snyder llolu-rt Sprott -165- -J gage-d in a construction week in place of the annual hell week. Also carried on hy the pledge class was a party for a group of youngsters from the Arizona Children's Horne. Heading the list of campus personages was Dushan Lazo- vich. who serxed as the sports editor of the llvilllfllf. Ranking high in other organizations were Frank Shaw. treasurer of the IFCg Phil Sidel of Alpha Kappa Psi. and jerry Lawver of Alpha Delta Sigma. ' Phillip Pratt Iohn Redfield Thomas Rhodes Stephen Saloniti-Q Frank Shaw Philip Sidel YI-il We it i l .lljlxlw P ,W x ww I7 Yk,. I 'E f' R, ., ,,- f N LSTOH CAMNIA RHO CHAPTER HOUSE, 1325 East Speedway I Pfasvkfwzf john Alle-n Cliuuli Badger Jerry Brings Tom Broadway lorry Burl:-y jim Clicrry Bill Corbin llmucr Dumall Ned Durnall Ed Davis Iolm Dc-rliammcr lack Doran Bucl Dyke- Don Estvs Dick Flm-ischer Kc-n Flickingcr Art Ciignicr Jim Cillum Frank Ilurdesty john Ili-ukel Bill -Iorclzm jvrry -Iuliuni Ralph Kitchens jim Knowles Bob Rriuucr 100 Kuhn Nilo Lzirriwi Tom Loving Don Mara-hunt Ozzie Nlvyers it vw "6- 'AUX SK' wv' Thr 1' O arf 165 - 'AK A-D' Prcsirlcnfs . . , ,Mike Pistol' Ted ,-Xiidersoii Vice-Pmsiclcnts ,Ned Darnall Fred llagne SFCl't'flIl'lC.S' . ,, Bill Ilardt Scott Schaffer Tl'Cl1Slll'Cl'S ,, ,Earnest llnterinan Toni Salyer Social Cliairmcii. . ,, Hlerry Burley lolin 114-nkie The Kappa Sigs started the year off lxy taking second place with their lionse decorations for Nloin and Dad's Day. The tlieine of tlie decora- tions was "A Bicycle Built for Tim." ln intra- 1111111118 they placed second in lmasketlmall. lxeing nosecl out of the title in a close final game. Yan" sity athletes in the house were Holi Penrod and Iolin Derliannner in track. illlil Dick Xortli in basketball. Members of Sophos were jerry Q. . 4 ' 3 ,iii Ml b!'f""' blnliani, Toni Salyer and Bill -lordan. Ned lDlll'- nall was in Chain Gang. Besides tlie numerous parties a11d dances lield at tlieir liouse after gains-s. tliree dances loomed alioxe all otliers. These were tlie annual Stardust formal, wliicli had Pat Sullivan. Tri-Delt, as its Stardust Qnccng tlie Bowery Dance. a costume affair. witli its Sawdnst Queen, and tlie spring formal. ao' Sn ID Otto Yercli jerry XYlClillAlIll Ken xVlgl1tlll1lI'l XVl1it XVolfe --167-- llon.11'dXlillei' litlXIt-Clnr-1' lfranlq fllB1'y.i11 Holi l,4'IlI'tItl loin llllllllllll l'd l'1it1 ylolni lllL'll.ll'tlS Ernie lliiicrinali lacli lliiilu-iilsergvi' l-Ulll Saly 1-1' S1-ottSel1aller BillSei1wakt- Dieli Slciilii-r Bill Siiiitlivraii Hill S11yd1'1' Xorni SDl'L'lilllLllt'l' lluddy Syki-N Art 'l'an111-r IKSQ ,M gain: L XXIBD4 DELTA SIGMA INSTITUTE, lllllll North Nloimhxin ,AYUIHIE CECXL' XX GAMMA ALPHA GAMBIA OMEGA Presidents .......,,,, ,7..,.,.,,,,,.,,,,. C fecil XVillis P1'a'sif1er1f.s'.,, .,,,,,,,,,.,,.......,..,.. Dona Nlcliae Nlax Kl'tl'tClll1t'I' NVilladez1n Bryce Vic'C-Prrfsidcfnts' YYY,YY,,,,....,,.. Tanner Brown Vice-Pr0sicIcnt.s ,,,,,,,, , ,.,,..... Carol Swuim S0c'1'0f11rim ,,,, T1'casz1rc'1'.9 .......,...,, Robert Backstein ,,,.Max Kartchner Clarence Fenn Robert Backstein Ricluucl NVilliams Social Cluzirmcfn .,..... ,Y.TT,.. L elioy XVillis Buli liackstc-iii Bvvam Blake David L. Bn-wer A. .lvrry Bl1Sl7j' Hcmnld L. Dunbar Cl.m-nee I. Fcnn Milton Gr:-ei' Chili- Hollucluy Nlursliull lluelmer Klux Kurtclincr Rex E. Klcinnmn Cn-rulcl A. Liint Frunlclin O. Nielson Cary Platt Ni-well S, Porter Clwil L. Willih L4-Roy Willis Carter XVilsc-y Newell Porter S Ccretarics .,...., T I'Cll.S'll rc rs ........ Arlene Bingham .....,XVilladez1n Brvce Ann Stockxifell ,A....,Dixie Smith Dona McRae 5 P ,-gs idC' K- -X ,. S Xi - D?-5 .5 S vhs .' A uri? w ,lr -N 40 f if Z, X.-1 rl . iE. 11,957.1 fell, Lanibda Delta Sigma. social organization of the Latter Day Saints, xneets in the Institute on Nlonntain. It is an active group, partaking in intrannirals and staging, numerous social events. Their social calendar includes many informal parties held at the Institute. ln Sep- tember they held a picnic at San Xavier wash, On Xlom and Dads Day there was a supper 5 Carol Swann Ianis XYccch L3 nette Nlcllac Nilfllllt' Nlellue Dixie Smith Ann Stockwell -169- 4 QX and a prograxn for the parents. The hoys and girls combined ellorts to throw a costume party early in the year and in February gave a snow party at Nlount Lemmon. Each chapter held fall formals, the boys in October. the girls in Deceinher. To round out the school year hoth chapters also gave spring forinals. Arlene lllllgflldlll Diane Bryce XVilladean Bryce Edna Fuller Laree llundley Dona Lee Nlcliae 'O 'SS' MX ARIZONA ALPHA CHAPTER HOUSE 1519 East Spculxx ix Curl Almrinns D1-nnis Anderson Xvllllillll Bc-dfnrcl Riclmixl Bilby jvrry Bucliniuni Simi-ii Burns Sum Caruso Holi Ciitlvtt Don Clliupputti john Duninn Brown Dnliosv Dun Durin jack Fell wvlllllllll FIltl'l'1'l' Bul1Cmmnvll john Cnuclsun john Crm C4-nrgc Cnicly Hicllunl Crcissvr Duvicl llnnry Gcurga- Hill Norman blulinmn Frank Kennedy William Kolilc-r Ccnffruy' LuDonn James LL-im jaines Ln-isa-li Bruce- NlL'CLll1lt'j' 4--V W4 .4 'i 'ir 44" 9 Pl'C.S'fCIL'l1f.S' ....,,,,. Bob Buchanan jim Tidwell Vice-Presidents .,YY.... .,,..... C arl Abrams Jerry Buchanan Secretaries 7....,., ..B,,,..., G eorgfe Hill Treasurer .....4.,,,... . ,,,. , Steve Burns .john Goodson Social Clzairmen ,B,,, B,,w.. L arry Green Bill McDowell The Phi Deltls took first place in house decora- tions for Blom and Dad's Day with the largest puppet in the world. Their Roman ship took second place in the IHQHVS beauty division of the Homecoming floats. The social events of the year we1'e cliinaxed by the Christmas din- ner-dance at Rancho Nezhone when Alice Brad- ley, Delta Gamma, was chosen Phi Delt Dream Girl. The Spring formal was held at XVestward Look Guest Ranch. ln the sports field, the Phi Delt's were represented by Kurt Storch and Bruce Mc-Cauley in varsity football. XVebb M Small in varsity basketball, and Busty Hunniey and Steve Burns in yarsity track. Phi Delt's held many positions on campus. Doug XVard was president of A.S.U.A. Kurt Storcli was president of the junior class, and Don Chiappetti the freshman class. Bob Buchanan was chairman of the Artist Series Committee. Dave Nlansur was boss ot the University Rodeo, Buchanan. XVard. and Dean Burch were members of Blue Key. George Hill was secretary of IFC. and Steve Burns was secretary of Chain Gang. 49. Doug XVarcl George XVitt1nan P. Van Bcnschoten 'Sa QT.. -171- . Bill hlL'DOWell Gene Meador .lim Nledart Charles Register Lee Perry Torn Rennners Nick Reynolds jon Robson Russell Rumney XYebster Sinall hlel Stahl George Stivers Kurt Storeh blames Tidwell if: CLAQ 1- ..-..,s,...... UPSILON ALPHA CHAPTER HOUSE, 1801 East First Street Roger Alison L1-slic' Atstutt lolin Anclcrsnn Frccl Anclrvw Riclinrcl Anlclum Hit-liurcl Ayvrs Hull:-rt Baile-y Ricliurtl Balm-r Duniul Bm-rgin Dum Bicsi-iilvyur Holm-rt Cuonuy llit-lmrclCuL1tcl1ic Frnnl: Comm Al:-x Crntt-lwfii-lcl Douglas Diggs Harold A. Dill Roger Eckcr -launvs Edwards Karl Ellcr Roy Elson lolin Ewing Ilolx-rt Fclten Paul Clcuve -lulilcs llmiron Frc-clrick I loclgvs A. V. lluinplirys Cerulcl Klntt Donnlcl Knotts Dutcli Kunclc Eclwnrcl Li-ill-rts Le-land Livingston Frank Lot-klnlrt Tliomus Nlunson Pe-tc Mayor Riclizircl lXIcDo1u1lcl 46 2 , gg as I X . x X ,,.3lk.s. Q, . ' " . ' 1 i l K X . X A ' A D x I . Y xg- lt Y . ,. X , df X . .5-X wi . X e-+5 x , ti was vw-f ei -sf D LIFN -.W 11 frsv .fs . J. T.. M. ..,f. .W ..,., .,, . 1 ,4 ,. xg an ,fi fggz i '55 , w. 51:43, if . ia 1 -7. 54?vli.f. .f , ,. ,I .. , ln iiifi 1 ' Wil hifi, If If 0177. .Q . ' - . Wi Cl! V ,M -, f It U .,n,,,,, 9m!..? ,- i r IJE' fm .f -' J ' Prem? 9104 Q91 'G .gulf l v x A wa X i X NX X X X Nt Ax Q'-4' g ' ' ,X mlgfmdzfi ' Nr? Kb, k. J..,,,. X l r--"" ,, '2- Q. f 32? ,Sf .i -is :EIR fi .-g:-- .ZA :-33.3 " D" 7 ' "EA" -. 90: A ,xii n N h 1 V, L i x. 1 " ti -QQ 'll X ,Sv w S 1- -172- lol 4 we lf- :si en ttf ,...,..Dutch Kunde Jack Quinn Prv.s'ifICnf.s', ,,., ,, ,,r,..Leslie Alstatt Fred BIcYVenie Viet'-P1'c'sidv11is , , ,, Rccorzfing SCCl'CffIl'fC-S' 7,,.A,A.,,,, Bob Bailey Ed Voss Corrcspmzcling SCCI'Cffll'fl'.S'..J0l1I1 Mueller Paul Cleaye Social Clzuirmen ....,. ,....,., D ick Baker Stan Teeter It has been a big year for the Fijis. Socially speaking, the first semester saw many house parties after football ganies, the Kiddies, Cos- tume Party and the celebration affair for win- ning first prize in the Homecoming parade contest with the entry. i'Home Cooking for Home Coming." In December. the annual alumni dinner, the Christmas party and the Christmas formal at the Pioneer Hotel warmed 51' T ,nn if X X-' . X. ,i .. ,N-M., ,Q l L f , 'I' the Yuletide season. Springtime events included the Purple Carter Formal in April and the Fiji Island party in May, along with a party for the underprivileged children of Tucson. Phi Cams on campus were: Bob Cooney, president of the Traditions Committeeg Bob Bailey, senior Coun- cilmang Bill Kemmeries. junior councilmang john Rosenberg, junior class vice-president, and Karl Eller. president of the A Club. 1 . E ,,,, NiiC'l1ac"l Xlcflregor x TT l Fred hit-lin-xiii' - Tom Nlendenhall 23" Charles Nlillvr Xxvillllllll Nlovli John Xlueller is XVinthrop Nolte , . Q -,Sf Ralph Paternan. lr. Clarence Pr-1ulvrgast,Jr. Iohn Quinn jack Router Howard Hobertson, jr. Thomas llovden 'fl-1 Q Steve Schneider, Ir, K Ralph Silhersehlag John Smith Stanley Smith Thomas Southworth James Stellar XVils0n Sundt Niles Swanson this -in ' x 9 .LAK I N ,N -173- Roy Tait. Jr. Stanley Teeter Ilarry Templeton. Jr. Bruce Thoeny 3 Edmund Voss izfg XVilliam XVorthington fi g E 'Crib' ARIZOYA CH AFTER HOUSE. T15 North Park Avenuv ea! Arthiu' Anil:-rson XVilliam Brrizcll Ioscph Burns Donald Carson Roger Clark Doug Cloud Ben Crrnuis Phil Cnrhiclge Byron Davis Fred Davison Thomas Dc-urmont john Derby Paul Diehl Ken Dohrmann David Grunt luck Hannon XVilIi4un Hooper Roy Kzlin def ' ,,i,. 6 ,,,,,Dean Olson Dave Grant ,,Dick Nlates im XVarhasse L E Prcsiclcnfs , ,.,, .. Vice-Pl'c.s'irler1fs ..A. S ccrcturi cs ..A., Trcaszimrs , Y.,,.... . Social Cliairmcn . ,, ,Hlloger Clark Roy Cain Tom Rhodes Dick Nlates ..,,Amlv Lauver Roger Bell 4: 'N The fall activities for the Phi Psis began with a buffet dinner for Nlom and Dads Dax: An alumni banquet in Noveinher celebrated the Homecoming week-encl. The Christmas season was marked by the Christmas formal clauce. helcl at the Santa Rita Hotel. In Fchruary the Phi Psi's cclchratecl their Centennial iXIlIllYL'l'SLll'f' with a banquet and party for the chapter antl alumni from all over the State. They partici- patecl in the A YY. Carnival and the l'nix'er- 3 1' . ,f 9' S x X X sity Sing. and topped the yt-ar's activities with the spring formal. Several Phi Psi's were active in campus affairs. Among them were Loy Eich ancl Don Carson in Sophosg Dave Grant. IFC representative, ancl a memher of Chain Cano' 7 Bill Brazell and john lxocn, on the Traditions Committee1 and Dean Olsen. chairman of the XV:-stern District of Phi Kappa Psi. Andy Lau- vcr was on Traditions Committee and also in ll'fm'.s llvllll, 5 .'XIlLll't'NX Laux er . liohert Lauver i Clnarlvs L4-han Russell L:-ngenclerfer Bernie Lennon john Xlarohn Tom Nlonahan ov- Donalcl Xicwolcl Thomas Noonan Dean Olson Xlilliam Uslxorn joseph Pitrofsky Thomas Rhodes john lloen Pctcr Ticlmarsh lamcs Xllirlmssc- Arthur Xlarcleckcr CLKU1 X' f 41,1 ff 's-- --- if- , ? 1,1 D X l Q lip QXIQTX Me!! N ' if ev 7 fi x x X Presidents .A.....,.,..,.A.,,,,.,,,,,.,w. Dick Towne . Bob True Viee-Presidents ..,,.. ..Y,.. D on Squire Perry Peters GAMMA DELTA CHAPTER HOUSE. 1001 East Second Street . ' O ntfrt Y Sid' 1 in W X33 Robert Butcher john Calli-5' Earl Haga Porter Housi-man joseph Langdon Larry Ollason Perry Pctcrs Don Reckart Raymond Rhodes Benjamin Rose Donald Squirt- Richard Stringu Richard Towne Robert True Iack XVarncke HKU 1 uf Secretaries ,,..... ..,.... L ynn Rhodes Bob Butcher Treasurer ......,....,.. ..r.r. B enjamin Rose Social Chairman ,.,... .,.,,. D ick Stringer The Pi Kaps started their major activities in the fall with a Homecoming alumni dinner. In December they held the pledge-active football game, and later in the winter the annual Barbary Coast Dance was held. The spring activities were topped with the spring formal. Among the out- standing personalities on the campus, the Pi Kaps were credited with Perry Peters and Bob True in Sophosg Dick Haga on the Traditions Committeeg Dick Towne, Armor Regiment executive officerg and Perry Peters in Pershing Rifles. secretary-treasurer of the XVeight-Lifting Club, promotional manager of the Kitty-Kat and member of the Stu- dent Union Records and Publications Committee. The Pi Kaps are planning to build a house during the summer. -1'76-- 8 9 ' UYAEN :J 1 P1'1'.si1l'1'11t.sz , , , , .,:1xl't1ll1l' 1112111111 1 101111 Bailey Vice-P1'1'.s-iflzvzfs ,,1,,,, 111.1,,. I 01111 1311111-3' T0111 Ci1111011r SC1'1'1'f111'i12s. .....,,. ,, ,.,, ,, ,T0111 Gi11111UlllA Cj1llll'10S f1LlllSGl1f11'C1'i H1711-Sl' 11111111311 ,,,, ,, 130113111 C110iss111' 5011111 Clmirnzfiiz ,,,,,,,, .,Fr1111k Smith The 101111 chuptei' uf Pi Kappa Phi was 1513111111611 011 1-Xp1'i1 28. 1951. 101111 Bailey was the t1'6'HSll1't'l' 0f the IFC 111111 ll IlltJlH1Tt'l' of Chairi Gang. C:1'lll1l'lUi1ll of thc- IFC 111511 c0111111itt1-11 which f0r111111z1t1's pohcies l't'Q1ll'l1illQ fruteriiity rush was Ttllll C:111l10ll1'. He 111111 13011 1011114 were i11 Sophos. Ci1l1ll'1t'S I'IL1llSt'Ili1t4C1i was p1'esi111111t 01 the Stlldtxllf 1161111111115 CI01111ci1 111111 N'1C'1'-1514681116111 of the State Stucleut Religious C011111-11, 111 the spring. thv Pi Kaps sta1g1A11 ll pie-eutiiig contest with the PiKA's 111111 the Pi Phi's. T111- Arab D1111111, 111-111 i11 ll hig tent 011t 1111 thv 111-scrt. was the fea1t111'e11 sc-1-01111 se1111Jste1' 1-1'1111t. The 11111111111 11051- B1111 i11 April c-1i11111x1J11 the year. BETA 'IIIETA CII.'X1"1'Eli HOUSE, 1435 East First Street A fd, Joi, YH 1 1111, .- . lj. Pre1ykQ,U sv -1111111 B:1i11-5' 131311 Ch0i5s11-r Russ Ci1111-rt T11111 Ci1IIliillI' F11-11 Clfilll C11l1ll'1l'S 11111151-111i11'1'k 1DUll 11,1111-s ii? , 5' 'Q vu. -if K111'1K1111t11111111 ci1IilI'1t'S Kitt1'11 Xvllyllf' LQ1- Di1'1i xIllC'Cll11'lilf111l' P1ll11x1l'1Z L11w1-11 N11111-1' D11-kP0011-r w Arthur 111111111 B111R111ul1- Cvorgc Suhultz 411111 Stt'Yt'IlS Ierry X1v1lLlI'111I1 H0116 1111111-1i1'11s D011 XY11l1lCf'L'I' 4, 5 -177- 111141 V vw -XHIZOXA :XL1'll.-X CH-XPTI R HOL 5F 1309 Ent bpumcl Strut Hnclm-y Al1lQS Spviiu-r Amin-ws ILIIITCS Bertino Cc-mlcl Boykin Eclwnrcl Brown Bill Browning Xlilliuin Bry ant KC'I1C1lI'ClL'llll Tum Ciit7L'lll'lti ,luck Colley' Shin Cuok Simi Davis Bill 1D1'L'I'l lc-rry Dillon C:l'.llglDf1lL'lIlll.lIl Flilllk lJI'ilL'lllll.lll Buy Drgiulmmii Slain Dry:- TllIIlEtllIl1lI'l'i SU-vc l'lklfl'l4,'l' Bill Fiuuin-3 Bill Fiillii-rwil IJllKlXYl'll Cl.iim-5 Dun Cmliz Bill Cullwrg llllilfll'AlI1lllIlL'ili Bnlv cil'UI'llllQl,'I' 'livin Hill Duiiulil fl-llllillilll Iliigli llJ.I't'lS0ll Kairl IIVYKJI' Cmig Iliiii-klq' Bull IlUlli'IlNtL'lIlL'I' Bill llnupa-1' Dvrk lluintvr Bill .lulilv Clmrlz-s wlulimoii AIilllKl'llL,1QQ Lzumy Kiiigxlm,-y Earl liiicrwlvrs Piesidenfs ,,...., ,, ,,,,,..,.., Bax' Watson lICC-PI'C.S'if1'!'lIf-S1 , .,,Howard Bvaii S L Cretrirzes ,Y,.....,. ..,,., if? . ,A B 3' f we T +:,.LS V ! A 'll 'J' f Tom 1 Ciochetti Earl Knvolls T1 easurer ,,....,, ,,,.,. I ames Madsen .XVilliam Francy Charley johnson Social Cliuirnien ..,,, , ,...,,,,,, lack Xlowry D Bob Stern This has been another well rounded year for the Sig Alphs. They won first prize for orig- inality in the Homecoming float parade with the fabulous "Clowns Are ln Town" theme, The pledges ran oft with first prize in the IFPLI Pledge Paiama Race. Big men on Campus in- cluded Ed Brown. sophomore president: Tom Ciochetti, ASU,-X Social Cliairman: Hugh Harel- son, lVildCaf editor and a member of Bobcatsg and Frank Draehman. business manager of the lVildCaf and chairman of the March of Dimes. ,g YJ Yay 5. I l's 96 ' T' Ha,5"As ls- Yarsity athletes included Ke-ii Card:-lla. Bill Dean. Berle Ullom. Bobbx' blaclisoii. Bobby Hudgiiis. Bob Croiiiiiger. Sid Davis. Doii Coda. Bob Alarvis, Phil llutlcowski. Gary' Sliiilman. -lerry Dillon. and George llouiitree. Derli llunter and laid Gaines were in Sophos and Bill Deen was secretary of Clliaiiii Gang. Outstanding SAE parties were the Halloween dance. the Christ- mas diiiiee, the Forty-Niiiei' party. and the spring formal. so Bob Know Yllalt LM een Holwrt Livingston lim Xladseii 'V if illlblltllll Kleflaslin Q M 't' fi rg p., xr.. 1 X- K. 1-U-r Iolm Nlvnlii-iinet -loliii Xliller lack Xlowry Fiziiili Xk'XYlN'1'1'f' lKlK.'ll.ll'kl Xi-wlon Boo Orli-iii Dan Uliiisln-.id l"liil liiitlxowslii Howard liyan Bob 5.13 ers Cary' Sliitliiiiiii Bob Siiiart Bob Stern Robert Stevens XYilli.uii Striissbui Miki- Siillinin Tom Tay lor Cli.irli-s Tliomas Berle Lvlllllll Dix-li Yan Plraiiili Bill llliddoups Bob XYridlirigton Buy Xlliison Xlalcolm Unit Don Yllilleiidort E I I ,luiiu-s Xlefforiiiieli w x Ng' ywmve k 'M-'FQ WN BFTA PHI CHAPTER HOUSE 1.3111 Ent Flrxt Strut lln 1' .'xllLlI'L'XYN Ilrrrry Asbury lylllll Bum' Don Br:-L-kvnriclfn Bolv Brown llolrn Carroll Kvn CLlllglll'f' Guy CilZOft Boyd Clt'lIlk'Ilt5 Doug Cook Pvtv Corpstvln BuclCroni11 jim IJIIYIIILIIIII -lilk'l'iSUH Eddy Bill Exxnns Bs-rniu lfisclmvx' XYill1ur Fl'L'llCll Danna Catlin Bolu Clutlxrir- Eel HL-lulwlvr Skip Hornnuy l'wl'llIlli llull .Iolm Kvlly Roger I,0llllill'llt Clmrlvs Leonrlrcl ,Inn Lcwis Ilnldvn Lowry Le-wis Ninn-Donalcl Cray Madison Vlllllil Matlock 'WL QQCGQ . trag- V Q N , i t A Presidmits .. Ci-oi-gc Yard Bob Guthrie Vice-Pi'C.sAidc'nf.sA A Don Quiglt-y Grant Parsons ' if X X' CUC I'iC'S Howard llcrscx' ,if - .' T- .-' S tu .lim Le-wis SA ' TFCKISIITCTS' . , ,Bob Brown Bogci' Lcnhardt Social Clzuirmcn , . Boyd Cla-incnts Bill Evans The local chapter of Sigma Chi again showed its strong influence on the tYiiix'ci'sity through its leaders. Bill Ovcr was senior class prcsidcnt and president of the Stadt-nt Svnatc. Bob Stubbs was president of Blut- Kcy. Thc secretary of Bobcats was Gt-ortic Yard. Don Bi't-ckviiritlgc held the Chain Cana proxy post. Two nicn werc on the enginecriiig council and Bob XVallacc was treasurer of ASCE. Skip Ilornnc-y was presi- dcnt of the Bodefo Club. XYith eight mon on the team, the Sigs virtually doiniuatcd thc varsity Q-Q pn R5 5--.9 Z' Boh XY:-incsclikc Claudt- XYlicseler Ceform- Yard -- 181 -- baseball squad. Elini Douarski, :Xll-,-Xinerican guard: Karl XXI-ilvi' and Rt-inpci' Harley plavcd varsity football. llogcr -Iohnson. All-Border Con- tc1'viicc, and jackson Eddy wcri- varsity basket- ball stars. Cynthia Cla-int-nts. Kappa Alpha Thcta. was thc chaptt-1"s Sw:-etln-art of Sigma Chi. crownt-d at thi- Swcc-tlivart Formal in Dv- ci-inbcr. Thc f't'1ll'.S social activities were topped off with thc- animal South Sca Island Dance in Xlav. Ih-rh Nhlls A? I,UI'4'll Olin-r fs. Q Bill Ox L-r I ss Vloylo Owvris Bud l'ahncr Y 9, Grant I .irsnns -ini . 1 A' ii 'Ti Bob l't-stpu-ira Norman Prt-txt-r Don ltvinicr Bob Robinson Bob lhitlcclm- Sid Sliori- Dax 1- Tlioinas Bill Ulhnann Bob Ycrbica lim xx'AlI'llt'l' Carl XXX-ilcl' DK 5 A .4 il f- ,ffm . -- 7 ,V 1 SL' NNXM MQ, fix J A ' ' A H,-ARR ff I YAA1 Y 5TEH, Pfm-,yy EPSII ON -XLPIIX CHAPTER IIOFSE. 1023 North Tyuclull AX'l'Hllt.' cm' Tum Alapuuglx Harry Amster Tom Armstrong Bob Bonaparte Dun- Brodie Paul Carroll Clmrlw. Clark lim Dcaxnlcriuli Nnil Dom-wirtln Dau- Foxx' Ed Frm-r BL-11 Fultmim Ceorgu l"'llltUl'l Kenna-tln Geiger Dun Gr-tty Dir-k Clussocli Purkvr Gregg Frm-cl Cn-gory Hoy llmkcll Stun llllrt Frucl jiucolc-tri Francis Larriva Hal I,ul1clvn1ar1 Allam Lm-he-r if Wa -182- Comnmnder ,,,,,,AA.A.,...A... .... H arry Amstel' Lieutenant-Comnuznclcr ,,.... Toni Brooks Secretary , ,,,,,,,,. ,,,,Y,,.Y,,,..,,,.,,,... B ob Lowe Treasurer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,AA F rancis Larriya Social Cliairman, ,,A., ..,....... B eg Smith The men on Tyndall Avenue started a busy season with a buffet-dinner on Nloni and Dads Day. They showed their originality by build- ing a prize-winning float. "Idaho Fallsf' and held an open house and dinner for alumni as part of their Homecoming celebrations. ln the spring. the annual Beachcomber Dance was held. and the YVhite Bose Formal climaxed the year. The Sigma Nu's claimed a numher of outstanding campus personalities-Stan Hurt and Keith Taylor were in Sophosg Chris Miller Keith Taylor Harry XVestover Max XVilson QRWT SW Ns tif and Harry NVestoyer were in Chain Gangg Stan Hurt. Tom Brooks. Paul Carroll, Keith Taylor and Chris Hiller were on the Traditions Com- mitteeg Dave Brodie was on the house commit- tee of the Student Uniong Daye Holan was a member of Phi Delta Phi. law honorary: Beg Smith and Francis liarriya were in Alpha Kappa Psi. husiness fraternity. and Harry Ainster was on the Relations Committee of the Student Union and was president of the lFC. ltolmert Lowe ,gl Phil Lyddon Chris Miller Fargo Nelson Lowell Boss Brice Sehuller Art Short Bill Short Bruce Sjurseth Reg Smith Ben Sturges KN ali? W6 if W is Av if W, ..,. 15,3 of , f i 9 , gain' A . . f ,I fr , ,WL F5 ,w r i ' Q it ,R 5 ' f , 'i -"aft" .""' 3, - 1, , " WI' ' ,J P 4 1' ,N K . If My Q., I my , .N . WW WW 'NAL W 1 1 'Lv' fv ,W .. "1411fLiS, K- ' A P P ., T.-KU DELTA CIIAPTER IIUUSE. 9Ul North Tynclall Avcnuc re-'YPQQU The Tau Delts won the IFC Scholarship Cup for the highest fraternity grade average. jucl XVE'l'lJt'lOXV was vice-president of Blue Key, in lVlr0'.s Wim. on the varsity golf team. chairman of the "Varsity Night" pro- Pliesldemf' "A"""" """" F milk Lazarus grains. and chairman of the campus Red Cross Drive. Frank Lazarus Vlf'U'Pff'S'df"?f-5' -ff-"---"' -,lllliilll SCh9-Cllllel' ivas chairman of thc "Help VVeek" program started this year in the Bud SHV91' IFC, in XVl1o's ll'lm. and a member of Bobcats. lack Levkowitz was SFCl'Cl'Ul'iC-5' ....,...v,,,, t,....r..... D lack Levkowitz business manager of Vista. Bud Silver won the Alpha Zeta Scholarship Harry Nadler Award. Nlarty Shaw was University Ping-Pong Champ as well as a varsity tcnnis acc. .-X breakfast for the freshman women, a Halloween costume party. and the annual Snow Party on Mt. Lemmon were social highlights of the first semester. Picnics, hayricles, and the May formal fillecl up thi- spring social calenclar. joseph Berger Stephen Blr-ich john H, Cohan Bert Cohen Bernard Duskin Ceralcl Epstein Saul Fisher lzrlgar C.arlwr Xlyrun Clinslu-rg Sn-yinour Culilstcin Phillip llUI'llll'1L'l' Frank L. Lazarus ,lack L4-x lcuwitz john Lyons .lr XV. bi1lIlLlt'llllllllIl llichurtl Nluclcll Harry Xacllcr lluhcrt llnsi-iitlinl Lowell lluthschilcl Xlartin Shaw Bs-rt1':un Silx cr TCL TI'Cll.S'llI'CI'S .... Earl Terman. Dick Nloclell Social CllUil'llll'll. .,...,.... julian Schachner lack YValtuck, Dick Moxlell Earl Terman Herbert Trossnian lack Yllaltuck juclson VVerbclow Charles XVhitchill -184- 1 of I A ,J , gy .ii J ' X , 1- - ' - . . YV W f TOM SIAXISH, Presiden ts ,,,,,.. V ice-Presidents ......, , S ecrc ta ri cs ..... Treasu l'CI'S A........,, Social Clmirman Y..,AA. .. '55 im, .w.. li I !' Q Pre5'1'd6,n I, ,,.,,,,TO11'1 Stanish Al Traficantii ...majack Bagos Dick Kinney Herbert YVaesch Don YVolters . ,......... XYarren Lainb Harvey Trittipo i,.....Al Trahcanti We-iii "'ffr1 W I ' I. f-... N N. CAKIXIA EPSILOX CHAPTER HOUSE. ISO4 East Speedway Kappa Alpha was well represented this year in Sophos by VVarren Lamb. Bob Trainor and Don XVolters. Members of Chain Gang included YValt Mc-Gill and Toin Clevinger. Don YVolters and Dick Kinney were on the Traditions Committee: Kinney was also advertising photographer for the Kitty Kat and classified ad manager for the IVildcut. Ed Schmidt held the office of vice-president in Scabbard and Blade. and was also scholarship chairman for IFC. Head surveyor for the newly inaugurated "Help XYQ-ek" was Otis Hutchinson. The K.A.'s held their Christmas dance at the Sleepy Peppers Inn. In january. a dinner in ineinory of Robert E, Lee was held at the Santa Rita Hotel. April 26. marked the first Dixie Ball, complete with Confederate uniforms. Other informal dance high- lights were the Cactus Carnival and the Kindergarten Kapers. 'Sh jack Bagos James Bustrin Tom Clevinger Scott Cuth Otis Hutchinson Dick Kinney ff? , ' XYarren Lamb L lack Lockledge I' . J Lester Pe-nterman 1 T I 2 Ed Schmidt : Q vlq. ff Tim Schryver K is . Al Traficanti I , rg.-' L! , ' Bob Trainor Harvey Trittipo Herbert XVaesch Don XVolters -185- 'If M'li"Fi"i'i' BET-X IOTA CH -XPTER HOUSE, 906 Xorth Flfgt -Munn 9111 Bill Aumus l'uul Bc-ull-r Tom Borg Russell Byrcl Rowlgmcl Cnlclur Bob Cullulmn Angel Cvrvgmtcs Bub Cullil-r Cc-Orgs c:UlllE'H' Cary Cmwu .loc Dzlltuu Clmrlus ELIQCI' Carlos Esirmlu Dale' Funtcr Xlhlfc-r Frulm Ron Crilfith Tum Ihllt Cuorgu llowell Dirk lnrolzs Mike KAIISIIIZIII Bud Layton Bob Lechich Bob Lyons Tom Metvgcr ez ir- 1 'ED S044-. L 1 D 5 I. ., 1 i i Pre.s'icIent.s' ,,,,, Vice-Presidents., Secretaries . . Treasurer ....,,..,,,..,,, .. Social Clmirmen , ,,,.. George Howell George Conley .... ,..,. l loy YVollan Nlike Kalsman , .Mike Kalsman jim Taylor ...Paul Beeler Clyde Shields Bob XVilson The boys from First Avenue and the Annex started the ball rolling this their annual pledge-active barbecue. Theta Chi year with A buffet dinner was served for the parents on Mom and Dad's Day. At Halloween the Theta Chi's gave a costume party. The Christmas formal was held at Rancho Nezhone and Ferris Kiehler. Gila Hall. was crowned the Theta Chi Dream Girl. The outstanding events of the spring semester were the annual Circle Bar and the spring formal. Several Theta Chi's filled the ranks of campus organizations. Shelby Carl. Don XVay Bob YVilson Roy XVollan Bruce XVood - 187 - Stan XVeitman. joe Dalton and Bruce XVood were on the Traditions Committee. Class honorary members were Tom Gargiulo in Sophos. and Fred jones and Bruce XVood in Chain Gang. Bruce XVood was one of the A. S. U. A. junior councilmen. Seid XVadell was a member of Phi Alpha Delta, law honorary. and Nlike Kals- man belonged to the American Pharmaceutical Association and Kappa Psi, pharmacy honorary. joe Dalton was president of Townsmen. Inter- national Cluh members were Tom Gargiulo and Bruce XVood. Don Xeedhani Mike Newton jack Pfister Dave Hoalstad Bill Selioher Clyde Shields 'iv--if john Shipp jim Slye C. j. Smith jim Taylor Sied XYaddel Stan NYaitman 1.g,.Q.-,1 ,r,,,.,MrN-XX., Vt - .zz .9 xr 3, +,::a,,4fxy fy, .gg '3 . ,M X X .x Q N - ww . .. as w N4 -.ea Q 5531. was frar--wlswfgar .: -sv-2 s-'.-zzwfmf, ,www .ws " ' vw-ff-'Q fx:-A-it. I N . ,sc . r wx , ., ,Y yfg , uuuig 1,3 1 Xe. 'T " FQ' . ,Y ',l Qi' : up qzfffgi. x ,f ,fs f gf.: I .1 1'-gf' SQZXQ '5' 1 x '- har P F '1 1 Pl'USfflCHf.5' .,,.,.,, 17100-Pl'CSifIl'I1fS ...,, ALPH.-X IOTA CHAPTER HOUSE, 1177 East Lester Street ,wo ff' I N 1 xii 1 t i s as ri-CslJL'l GLA ' x mt CLI! Carlos :Xi1n.r3'.1 llobcrt Baer Donald Bi-rlirislii Henry Carhajal Richard Cassidy -Iwrmnc Ernst Bernard Euhanlc XVilliain Franz Michael Heilemau Philip In-rsen X'l'alter kelly Rayinond Laase SCCl'CffIl'fC'S ,,,, Trc'u.sur01's ,,... Social Chairmen. , Dan Reidy -lim Quigley .Bob Baer Don Lohr ..............Ca1'1os Amaya Nlichael Heileman ,,.Kenneth Bayly Phil Iversen .....,Tim O'Brien Carlos Amaya The Phi Kaps participated in the Homecoming parade with a tank-platoon which heard. "Roll over them. Catsln The animal Christmas formal was held at the Knights of Columbus Hall. On campus. the Phi Kaps were active in school affairs. Bob Reis and Bob Baer were in Sophos and on the Traditions Committeeq jim Quigley was in Chain Gang and Elections Committeeg Dan Reidy was captain of Scabbard and Blade. a member of Bob- cats. secretaiy-treasurer of the Traditions Committee and vice- president of the IFCQ Carlos Amaya was in international and religious affairs as president of the Pan-American League, treas- urer of the Newman Club and treasurer of the Pacific and Southwest Region of International Clubs. Donald Lohr Howard Novak Arthur Perry Iames Quigley Daniel Reidy is x V E' .21 Sv -188- TOXVNSKIEN OFFICERS PFC'-Slllyfllf-S' .Y,..,. ...,,,,,,,,,,,, j oe Dalton Dick Blakeslee Vice-Presiclent .w,,w ...,.. ,.,.w B ob Royal SC'Cl'FfIlffC.S' .,....... ..,,.... D ick Blalieslee Bob Phillips .,..,,Dick Olson Bob Greely Treasurer.s' ,Y,.,, ide swam 411. hh! A social and service organization. this group of Tucsonans began its year's activities early by welcoming the freshman girls at the trains, buses and planes and taking them to their new campus homes. On High School Senior Day. the Townsmen helped take the visitors on tours of the campus. They contrib- uted to the Red Cross blood bank and helped with its publicity drive. During the year the Townsmeu held several Potato Chip Festivals in outlying river beds. The pledges defeated the actives in the annual football game. Xlembers of Sophos were Bill -lor- dan and Bob Royal. Bill Xlc-Kernin was a member of Chain Gang. xx Bob Royal Don Turner Otto Vereh Courtland XYatson -FR -189- Jo . E Dill TOAY P 1 ,Q .luck Cliristmnn Aloe Dalton Stun Cooclhirb Bob Greely Klux Nloroz Bob Phillips xvklpm, ALPHA OMICRON CHAPTER HOUSE. l55U East Sixth Street The social calendar of the first semester was highlighted by the winter formal held at Rancho Diablo. Again this year, hundreds of couples spent an evening at the animal Z.B.T. all-campus party. In the spring the Zeta Betas donned their sarongs for the Z.B. Tahiti South Sea Islander. The Scholarship Cup was held by the house the first semester. Fred Mendelsohn. president of Sophos, received the Thomas E. Camp- bell award for outstanding male freshman. Fred. furthermore. took second place for the University in the Pacific Regional Debate. Sharing honors in debate was Nlarv Cohen who also served as president of Hillel. The campus elections were run bv Bob Shafton who headed the Elections Committee. Aylllllllll Bradlin Allen Brenner Sanford Brickner D. Allan Cohen 'N' Marvin Cohen Howard Feldman , QRALD , i 1151 TIC I OPI? President .......,,.,.. Vice-Pre.side11f,.t Secretary ..,........., Trer1.surer,.. ,,,. Prexygem ,.....Gerald Raticoff ....,,,,.NIurray Schevick ......David Rabinowitz ..,,,,Ronny Scheinman Socml Clmsrmen ....,,,,.,,,.,..,.,. Richard Haft Edgar Pearlman 9-K Kenneth Fenster Axllllltllll Fried Gerald Citlcs Lavvrencr' Cross llicliarcl llaft .lt'l'l'7llIK' Hart Dick llcrlsst Cir,-rald Kaplan Tnve Ktlllllllklll David Kessnvr Freth-rick Nlcndelsohn Bruce Nlorrison Alex Pc-sses David llLlllll1UXX'llZ Gerald llatit-oft Probert Shafton Ronny SCllL'lI'llllllI'l Robert Shcin Murray Shcvicli T Gerald Sonnenblick - 190- 1 4 A ' QQ ' 'Q .T i gist: ' sz if , .. A . .-5. A we . I I fi A 440 422 f' A G ' -ip -'--' sf, ' 5 - ",' i ,laney Tover .md Bob Blinder. tempor.u'y eo-eh.urmen A long-needed organization for independent stu- dents was formed on Campus this year. i'An or- ganization to provide more opportunities for independent students on Campus" was the pur- pose set forth by the organizers. A constitution was drawn up and approved by the faculty committee on campus activities late in February. XVell-known orator Henry Kiker. one of the mainstays of the organizers, emceed the big membership drive meeting March 53. in which the new football coach. XVarren XVoodson. was the featured guest speaker. The first big proi- ect of this infant group was the undertaking, of a huge booth at the A. XV. S. Carnival held in Nlay. The I. S. A. also took part in the aimual Varsity Show. Coach NYoodson was the featured speaker at the I. S. A. organizational meeting. Emeee II:-nry Kiker and Doug XYard are shown behind him. Members of the temporary council which set the organizing machinery in motion were-Seated: Ioan Patania, Iewel Alderton. -laney Tozer. Gail Gibbon. Dottie Coker. Standing: Dick Green. Pete Kesling. Bill Herring. jack Goldfarb. Bob Blinder. Del Alderton, Bob Royal, Chuck Lee. Not present for the picture: Jerry Brownson, Charles Poehlman. Ted Jardine. Iim Anderson. Henry Kiker. How- ard Roush. -191- u n . , fr 4 nm " MH vi f 5. . Nm 6550059 Spurs serving hmch to the hungry and 'JY - Liam us - Xxx 0yeCK. - I Emu um m Q io: me QV Cha L the Exim' ff rg W ..md',, Oy Fred Emery W 796126 " . i, .NX xg .Q x boys. E A :E d 5 grading an em Part of the crew of pXe ge -192- . 5. X bankment. X I This year for the first time at the University of Arizona the combined efforts of the fraternities toward a con- structive community project took place. It was designed to supplant the tra- ditional "Hell XVeek." On February 22. sparked by chairman Frank Lazarus of the IFC Committee on Help XVeek. over 200 pledges from all the fraternities helped to level the field of the Arizona State Children's School for the Deaf and Blind, Starting at S a.1n. in the morning and working till 5 p.m. the pledges removed close to 100 truckloads of dirt. The sum total of their efforts was to make it possible to water the whole area hy providing a drainage system. The project was considered a success and the IFC will try to enlarge the program next year. L . xpil l x N .' if - va- 19' ew- s s Z Age: viii 5' qt M. :ie we ,a 'yi wwi 4, 1 f ,fi is -s .- Saesrf' wa-ss? .- . ff -i:- . -'f ,I .Q an ff 5 4 1.5-:3i6tifb"f':' ,r i 1, ' - 545 VQ si: , """ .ras ' -. A 1 . qs, , 'Vs .- f' 'ia' 'f -- 3? ' fe- . r.. ' .',,,.fJ:E'1 l,Z.f'5 .. "f-" W.. as" 'V ..tg2'-':- 1 lfg- :"f"..?f'V-- .v' 4 -'wh 'F 3--rf W.ff..-aff-Q. as i 'wily S Ky , in .4 'N Student engineers chi-ck the details of the leycling. Uxcr itll! fraternity pledges chef.-k in for avigilim- E94 W" 'ww N -193- Nwyw The YK f ' 1 into C . of dn shovel the mounds . TS - mad Sem? lunill Hlwksl Fly . .s .ge . . l .x - J J a , . Q 4 , WY lx ipp 1 Alph 1 - Alpha Xi Exchange. 0 O The clear, moonlight, starry skies over the Southern Arizona desert seem to symbolize the informal atmos- phere that rules the social life on the University campus. Picnics in the desert, square dances, hayrides. and snow party excursions to nearby Mt. Lemmon are just a segment of the social calendar. On these two pages are some of the traditional activities and affairs held by the fraternities and sororitics: YVeclnesclay exchange dinners, midnight serenades, formal dinner-dances before Christmas and in the spring, crowning of a fraternity sweetheart, and ai pooling of a recently pinned fraternity man. W", Drr un Curl fm ihsts it tht Phi Dtlt lormil Pi Phi barn dance at Mt. Lemmon. 194 - . E .. ' b, isa A Tri Dclts and D4-lm Chi k'XL'lI1lll 4 f: Y J' '-"' " .. 2 1 , wr-41 2 1 fl , J: A -1 4 ask- .i, , -, Liiaxfyr if ' Ar iff ! .bt A 'X 'Bbw I-w Float construction at the Chi O House. Pooling at thc xltllllllilil Flllllltilifl -195- Wt 3' Hello, there! 73,4 Shall xx K If -196- A college Clll't'Cl' is full of memories. and one that is likely to be recalled to mind readily by fmtc-1'11ity brothers is the au- nuul Christmas formals. On these two pages, we cam follow George Hill and Nlartlia XVilso11 and relive one of the typical climlei'-dance fraternity parties. Uk H It's nice to see you. ale A 2 I b' Lil 1.- Inft tim .4 1 fx DIG' he, I'Cl1H'l',5 UY!'1-K 1J.l1'fj .U Gund night. I had il lwwly timv. 'T x.--, 4 2' if wf Ap, W 5+ s. v N. - vskxfr wwf! rv-4 a Sf? - Mm, N, Q Q? f F: 1 ' PAT SULLIVAN BETTY HERNIAN Kappa Sigma SlLkt'l'fl1Cl11'f Delta Chi SlL'CCfll6'lII'f fmlewdz' a if 5' A fi -vip ' f 1 If W 5 fri, .51 fr. NIOXA NIUXCH NIIKE PATRICK Aggie Queen Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart -198- ffv ' .,' -1, a A 'T Y X A V A -Y 'v-,V M-4' A J, ' - A 4 q-Q mf? , . ,, -P . 1 11. ,.v ?-5 4: f "f.E:'2f5f 'Kg' 29" 1r ,lgi,fi.M5:1g " FERRIS KIEHLER Theta Chi Dream Girl CYNTHIA CLEXIENTS Sigma Chi Sueetheart BARBARA LARSON BARBARA PORTER Sigma Alpha Epsilon Gold Dust Queen Acacia Sweetheart gif PAULA XVISHEK -I.-XNE ATLEH Delta Sigma Plzi Dream Girl Tau Delta Phi Snow Queen ALICE BRADLEY PHYLLIS PEEK Phi Delta Theta Dream Girl Freshman Queen -200- Panhellenic Council, an organization of representa- tives from all the sororities on campus. again this . .. , - . 1 year is working towards better understanding, ant cooperation among womens social groups. Interpre- tations were made of local and national Panhellenic rules and of university rules in order to acquaint the members with university principles and ideals. uctive and helpful Rush Booklet which capably guided the first and second semester rushees through a carefully planned rush season. Panhellenic also donated S150 to a Euro- Jeui war orphan through the foster parent plan. Panhelleuic issued an instr l 2 K Q 1. It again sponsored the animal sorority Christmas caroling, and leagued with the lntcrfratcrnity Coun- cil to provide stiff competition and entertainment with a pledge pajama race. Nlildred Cunby. Delta ' " l 1 - incil. and Dr. Delta Delta. was president of the cor v V' V I Karen Carlson. Dean of XX ornen. was acxlsor. I at s s5s...,v-,A gg 3 is 4 5 .-L Qs, iq., Sissy.. . 3,---r'sg'iQ,f:ffg2"i.,t. . T 'ifrmzilf 5.1. V Xf- .xiiwmrg f. Wits ' J lv l1'r1s'1'f1f,,H, 'T 1 ent, Pat Hill. Row 2: Row 1: Bobbie McLern0n, Sorale Elpern, Jody Shaw, Mildred Gunby, Barbara L - ' Moore, Frances XVise, Pat Henderson, Sue Donohoe, Ioan Engholm. Lou Ellen Catlin. Dianne -201- .1 gfi' ,Q BETA LAMBDA CHAPTER HOUSE, 1050 North Cherry Avenue Marilyn I. Adams Cleo Bagshaw Hilda Baldwin Lorena L. Berry Joan Black Mary Lee Blyclcn Nancy Bramkamp Joan E. Brown Beverly Buck Catherine I. Bush Joyce E. Cortner Helen Crnncliell Put Cui'runL'e Blairy A, Dcniivrly M. Eilccn Dick Delores Erickson Grace Farrell Nancy Filiatruult llc-lun Ann Fisher Susgiu Fitzpatrick Nuiicy Fulbright Anne Closser Patricia Goss Ann Page Cray Patricia llenclerson Elizubt-tli A. Hiscy Isabel Hughes Anne Iluinuic-l Dolores Jonas Bobbie Jordan Joan Kircher Lycliii Kostyzak Nancy LeVasseur Jean MncNee Janine McBarnes 4044 EU D. Q i R, P feiykfenf . 5 .... . lllll" sill!!! K KX yY 1 r ffqlcfqqdpg rg u-var Pres-if1'ei1f ,,.. ,,,.,,.,. ,.,,. I , onise NVagner Vive-Pre.sirl1'rzt ...Diane Sides Sl'l'I'Uflll'lf , . -lean Campbell Tl'f'Il.S'lH'C'l' ..,,.,,.., . . ...Lois Vaughn Social ClItlil'H1tlII ,. ,,,,,,, ,Ian Xlc-Barnes Hozzsenzotlzer ,,,,,,, , Mrs. NVihna Sprague The Alpha Chi Oniegas placed second in the heauty diyision of the Honieconiing float con- test. Barbara Porter was chosen Acacias queen. Dona McDaniel, Spur, and -lan Rees, FST. rep- resented the sophomore and junior honoraries for the A Chi O's Anne Hummel was active on the elections connnittee, in the XVonien's Press Club, as director of Region III of National Spurs. publicity chairman for the UA Rodeo and in lVli0'-s AVIIO. Desert Klerniaid nienihers included -lan Rees, Marge johnson. Hilda Bald- 'V 'F ft "Q?' win and Louise NYagner. Louise was also pres' ident ot the P. E. Nlaiors Club. In the line arts field. the University Players gave hids to -loAnn Brown. also a Zeta Phi Eta, and Eileen Dick. who answered curtain calls for her portrayal ot nn Rutledge in Alle Lincoln. Orchesis hoasts Page Gray and loan Black. Nlary Ann Den- nerly is one of the Uniyersity's newly chosen porn pon girls. The XV.A.A. howling trophy was won this year, with Hilda Baldwin howling as second high scorer. A Lou E. Steininger Lois Vaughn Louise Wagner Patricia XVL-ber -203- N. lean ltutherford Patsy Slniflileharger' Diane Sides Shirley Snooli Xlarletta Staples 'VI Dona xlkljillllt' Kay Xlartln irrLlIIAl4'll1'l'l' Nlary L. Xleyers l.nnee A. Alllllllll 4.1'aei- Xlorgan l3arlm.u'.i Xolile Xl.ll'llA n AI. Pallst Xlartlaa l'.u'lQer Yaney l'e-ters ll.ll'lMlI'.l Porter 'yet V' l lll'A' -en lllblllllj' HU l'.it ftlii-.irn Ciiil Alilsltog ll1ltAIlilt'I'NUl1 5I.irg.irt-t Billings l2lIIL'l1Hl1HNt lllll'lD1ll'Ql Bmw-1' llixim-1-s lirimlgvs lniijcr: Clixiiiilm-IS Mai'giii'vt Cliunpitt Diana Cooper Clare Cordis Connie Des Marais Dolores Donarico Iam-t Elsfelder Xaricy Everett Katlmriiiv Fairall Sago Flctclicr Murcia French Tliecla Cist Linclai Crt-vu lxl21TlUl'lt,' Crt-one Mary Gunn Harrie-ttc Hansel Mary Lou Hill Nancy Ilittnc-r Mary IS. Horne Bc-vc-rly .lolinson Rosiiliu johnson Pl1tAlGllI'lStUl'l Cicln Katy Patti Love Lois A. Mt-Curtney Sally Nh-Donald Put Xlcfllurncry Gail Mr-Intosh Eliznlx-tli McKay Pat My-Kiln Frimct,-s McKinney Ann Martin Aroline May Sue Micltllcton Cay Murphy Mari Nic-liolson Nancy Nowcll Lee Ann O'Crady Iozmm' Ovrrrbeck Kathie Pace Jackie Page X f -, T, - :wily-, ,,,x.16sf2ftf-vw-k.- E ' iq mia , i -M ' - .s-:.4nw',M ,-,.k., BETA IEPSILON CHAPTER HOUSE, 13:39 East First Street XX X5 A IHA1 ' NCES 11. . CIXLXQXEY P I , J l'8X7ff6,If l 0 6' X . ,N i Q 41- in 'N 'R -204- iris P Q Pl'C.S'lflCl1f ,,,,,,., Friiiiccs Nlcliiiiiiey Vice-P1'c'.s'icIv11t.,, Nlury Lou Hill SUC'I'L'flII'lj .,.,, 51111111 Tliuiiuis TI'L'f1.5'llI'L'I '..,,,.,...A Social Clllllflllllll ,, 111110 Bupst Put lluaic-l1 Huzzsvzliotlzcvi N I rs. Dr 111 ithy Buynl The 1951 II11111cc11111i11Q Cixuiil Swcepstnlw trophy was iiwault-cl to A-Xlphii Phi fur the out- Stancliiig float i11 the pimuli-. St-cuiicl place fur the XI0111 and Dzlll'S Day limisc clcwiutioiis contest also we-11t to Jxlllllil Phi. Xlury Smith serve-cl as Hoiiiec-o111i11g Q11111111 11ttv11cl1111t. Aggie Queen finalist was D1-lures D1111111'icf1. Cziinpus executive offices wvrc fillt-cl hy Lmiisv Stzigiiw. vice-p1'esiclo11t of A.NV.S.. and FST Xlziry Lou Hill. Vic-e-p1'csicle11t of XX '..' X A. locly Slum' capahly seivccl as c'l1ui1'1111111 of tha- Stiicloiit Union ' ry, - 1.5225 . 19,7 'gy' K .Q 5321 aw- - 2 :- . WM., .hvqq cl1111c-c coiiiiiiittvc. Xlnry' Stiigiiur. lac-kia Page llllll Cnil Xlc-liitosli wt-rc lNCIlllJt4l'S of Spurs. l11cli1'icl1111l l1o11111's wvrc- 111111 l11' Bobbie Boyer llllfl lziiivt lflstic-ltlc-11 who wt-1'v tw1'1 110111 pon girls. whili- BL'X't'l'lj' xllllllhllll was cliost-11 to he 111111 uf thc' first .-Xrizoiiai cl1'11111 111:1i111'vttc's. Gail Xlc-l11t0sl1 llllll Put Sl'l0CllLllI wciv SP0l4tSl6ilClt'l'S of spec-clhzill illltl liimclwy. F1'z111n-es Bridges was l'i.s'fr1 nrt 1-clituix ljllllll XVL-ssl-ls was -lllllllll' P1111- llvllvllic 111'l'siclc11t. ,- 1 PIN fi -1- vu. vw Q Dona XYesst-lx Barbara I. XYcst Lyla Whitt- Nlarilyn XYilli111115 Ann NVi11clcler -205- Dirriitliy ljulli Hairy l7l'.lllL'l'5 Pool Clgiiicliiiv H1-yiiulcls Put llozicli Allilll SL'l1111i1'Ll1'l' Alllllf' SCllXYL'l'lIl 4IL'LlllCltt' Slum' ,Incly Slum- lJ.1t Sl11'm'll1111 l'.1trici.1Si11lis Nl.ll'lf' Smith Jxllllil Ste-pliviisoii A1111 St1'i1tto11 Ciiryl Stiihrlwcrg L.1111'iv Sturgvs 101111 Tl1o111i1: Nlnrtha Tlicmipsoii Liu-l Trcait Ciirolyii Tuttle Kay Xvllflsllllt Mary Frniic-vs Vest Kaly' Xvlk't'Ol'Ll E, Ytisskuliler Ella Xvalivficlcl .f.. . f - h ' -nv 1 M 11 , . V . , W. EUETS H . '- k V y K , . ws.-Quite. ..,X I ,4 QA, P ' 'Sway GAMBIA GAMMA CHAPTER HOUSE. 11171 North Xlmmtain Avenlxc Clair .'Xlllit'IIllK'LlLl E. A. Bl'iclgm-wat:-1' Clan Camplu-ll vllllllj' Clyrlv Sy lx ia CTllll4'llf' Dully'ffl'iSpil1u I':ll1l1ilSl'llllllI'l Lou Elll'll Catlin K1ll3'fllllI'Ql'l1'S -l.l1nCil4'a Hem-Clna-11wuml Dnltia firms Nlargnt llulvlnarnl Nlargiv JUIIVS Sally Knvll 4Il'illl xlkllllllfllll SlllI4ll'j Xlalum- KIa1'ily11Nlilu's -206- in N? .131 -5- Q- -15 2197 ws'-rl" A 1 Q G ,Q XV. 1' '. 1 .Aff I fi I. If f M 4,1 -14' . ,. ga 'T , u f . " "1 Q Q E1-DL n1"'51l , Pl'l'SiCIl'I1f, , ,'Allll Hewi-tso11 Vice'-P1'C.s'ir11'1:f . lDo1'otl1y Groff SI'L'I'l'fI1I'lf , . ,Diaiw Pollock TI'L'll-S'lll'Ul'. ,, , Elizalmi-tl1 B1'iclge-1x'11tv1' Social Cl1flil'IJ1Ill1 ,,.A,,, , Dolly Crispiuo H011.s'C1110fl1U1' ,,,, Nlrs. Xlyrna Fowh-1' Alpha Xi Dc-lta cc-lel11'at1-d its fi1'st 1lllIliYt'l'SilI'A' as il ll21fi0Il21l chapter 011 Nl1lI'Cll 10. 1952. LaHa1' XVatso11 wou ll0ll0l'S ill tlu- lllCllYlLlllLll division of the L1l'Cl1Cl'A' t0lll'IlLllHCIlt lJCtNVt'6ll T1-111pe and UA. and attended tl11- Flagstaff Sports Day. .Allll Hewetsou. Diauc Pollock and Dt1l'OtllA' Cross won class llOI1OI'S at the Honors .ASS0llllJlA'. The "XIoo11ligl1t and Mistletoe-'W Cllll'lSfIlll1S For- 111al was he-ld at Sleepy P1-ppcrs lllll. Virginia Clyde servccl as secretary of the A11tl11'opoloQy y-' Y-17 Larae XY.1tso11 I1111ct XYood ,, -207- gd-f fe 1 if 5 Q!! ! V 5, bh I HRK? ., 1 f A -' H ,ffl A Club. Nlargic jour-s and Cla-uda Ellis we-rc also 111e111l1ers. .Ioan PilllHL'l' si-1'x'ed as socii-ty 1-ditor for the :AI'fI-Ullll ll'i1rlc'ut and is a 111e111l1e1' of Pi Delta Epsilon. -Ian Cilcs did lllIlSfl'L1tlOIlS for "Cat Clippings." A111111 Cllllllillll' was ll 111e111l1c1' of tlu- llltC'l'llLltlOI1ill Studi-nts Clul1, l,Ol'll11 Grady was Ll 1111-111l11-1' of O1'cl11-sis. .ICilIlIllllC Plll'l'lSll and Dalciu- H01111t1'1Ac Well- llll'Illl7l'l'5 of tlu- lltlllll' E1-o11o111ics Clul1 A1111 II1-W1-tsoii was il 111c111l1e-1' of XI1-1'111aids and Puttt-rs. l71'.111i1- Hoody' N.uu'y Xloody' Catluy' NlIlI'i.lll!,ll l.o11is1-Nuttall Curoly I1 Oruutt loan l'11l1111-r -ltklllllllli' Parrisl1 Dllllllf' Pollock Dalum- RUllllfl't'C Boblwia- Russell TiL1I1I1vAYLlll1lL'P HTA . ..,,. ,.,. FHA, "f'.-' - 1, , 1. 4 1,9 A 5111 21.1- fkwxks 4..,, vwsffw 'K '-uv: ,w J -' 2 4 ZETA BETA CHAPTER HOUSE. 1145 North xlllllllfilill ,AYGIHIC Illlrll' Agn' Crum' A11s1i11 51191111 151111111- P11t1'i1-111 1311111111111 63115-11-Bit11-11111111 10111111 B111-k 1L'lI'l1L'L' Briggs C. B1'11111'k1111111 Lf'lli1lIl B1'11111'k1111111 E, Br11w11i11g Eliz11111-111 13111111- Bllllxy A. Cillllk'fLIIl 5.1111 011111111111 Rll1ll7l'l'lAl C11lls1111 0111 1- C1HIlll1t 5111111-1' C11111lit Carol C:I'L'llll'l' A1111 D11x'1-11111111 x1llCkil' D1-Bolt xlilfilfll 1Jl'L'kl'I' Cllflll FUWI1-1' C2lT11lj'I1 l"r1111kx B111'11111'11 Clflkf' C111111 G11111111 KIAIA' L1111 11111151111 Bllfllillll Ililfi' C1I'l'tL'lll'Il ll11rli111' DCHIIIIRI llc,-1111111-k Xlnry 111111,-s L11isII11ltz T1-1'i11Il11111'1'k E11-Y. Il1111t 111.111 1', Il11111 3I9fll'Q1lfI,'l Illgfllillll BHD' A1LlC'kll ixlllll' 111111151111 15111100 111l111so11 Kz1tl11111-11 KO' 111111- K1111111-1'li111- XI.11'y A. l..1x11'.1s1111 6 Umega F2 .lip 'AZ-11 P, fjykd .IU -208- iL......,,. P1'C.sidC11f , , , , Betty blaiekii Vice-P1'Csi1lw1f Midge Stmsslmurqei' SCCl'l'fUl'y ,,,,., . ..., ..,,... 1 'xllll Lowe Treasurer ...,,, ,. , , kloiui Xloran Social Cliairniun ,,,, ,BLl1'l7Lll'il Hare fIU1l.S'UH1Ofl1l'l' , , , Xlrs. :Xhhy Ilenry The theme. "Southern llospitnlityf' tied the Chi Ois for sec-ond place in the Nloin untl Dads ljlly house tlecorzition contest. lug-qui Hohinson was voted Homecoming Queen iittenclunt. Spurs se- lected Put Hyun, Xlatry Xlzuitle :intl ,Ioan Nloiuui. FSTS Chose Xlzirtlizi Xl'ilson, Peggy hll1lCllLly and jackie Dt-Bolt. Nlortur Botuxl tapped Betty jueka and Anne johnson. presitlent of 1-X.XY.S., who were also selected for ll'l1o'.s llvllll Betty was i11 Phi Kappa Phi. Peggy Xlulcliuy. Chair- man of tl1e Czunpus Chest Drive, was also yiee- president of the Student Union Board and re- .Inv il cortling sec-1'et:u'y ol' XY.A.1-X. -Ioe 1-Xnn Noyyell serxecl us SPCl'L'till'y ot the fresliiiiiui eltiss and kluekie DeBolt wus St'L'l'l'tkll'f' ol the junior class. Xleinhers ot national ll0ll0l'21I'lt'S were loan Klo- rzuu, Anne johnson, ,Inc-kie Deliolt. Pi Dc-ltu Ep- silong Eye Hunt, Betty Aluc-kai, Pi Laiiiihclu Thetug tlainis johnson. Putty Biclgood. Betty jaicku. Sigma 1-Xlplizi lotug janet Stoxer. Rita Higgs, Nluggie Ingham. Zeta Phi Eta. The XYUXA. xolleybull and hoc-key trophies were l'L'tll'l'Cl hy the Chi Us this year. A l'1-ggi-l,i11mlstro1u lCwIy11Lotlirop fxllll Lowe Xlury ,l11XlL'Q,uXX'.ll1 lloln-rt.:NleL1'l'l1o11 Xl.u'y Slnntle Shirley Xloon- lo.u1 Xltllllll l,1'!!YXllllL'll:ly Nuiicy' Ngittfiger n- li.ll'll1ll'1l Nasser Virginia Nelson Kliirilou Xigg -loe Ann Xowell Donna U'D1:ll lint Pzittersoii ,lane Piiekett Rita Riggs Alllfll. Rohinson xl1lI'j':XllI1 Ryiils Put ltyiui -rl Dee Shinnieli Xuclilit-S111itl1 Al1llll'tSlUYCI' Xl. St1'a1ssh111'ge1' .AxllKll'L'j' Swuiiey Faith lllirrt-11 Qlaun-t XYul'r1'11 Xl. xXvQ'5tllllll'l'lilllll hl.ll'lllLl XX'll547ll Stirlvl' lllillucli l I l'11I BET,-X CHAPTER HOUSE. 1541 East S111111111 bt111t dem. 111110 .-X11111131111 1,11H111- A11c11'1- 1111111 13:1xt1-1' A17171l'1'1. 13111111 -1.111i1'1- 111111111:111'11 .1t'11f1 :X11l'Il 151111111 K1il1'11j'll ll. 11l'HXV11 Patsy 1'. 11l'0XYl'll' 1I't'Ill' 131114g1'1' 1J.1t C1111111111 L1111-111 cTilI'D1'll1L'T Kay 1111111111 C11l1's 1711111110 D111111- C111r1i 1X1Llfj' Cmcc C11111y D11r11t11y VI. 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X nnalyn Thoinpson SCCI'L'flIl'y ,,,,,, Treasurer ..,.,,. SOCilIICl1Ilfl'l71lll1 H011.s'c'n1o1'71er ., 3 na., E .s A 43, 07' 'lap 5- , ,A,,A ,,Teddy Daniel .. Lorraine Proctor . .-Xhhie Bond Alvera Glad .Xlrs. Adele NValker Tri Delta's Sue Donohoe was the A. U. A, Publicity Chairman for 1951. Barbara Hamaker ruled as vice-president of the sophomore elass. Teddy Daniel. president of Delta Delta Delta, and Ruth Coykendall were both Phi Beta Kap- pa'S and Phi Kappa Phils. At Hoinecorning. the Tri Delts placed second for their float. Nlary Kay Crist was elected Putters' prexy. and Toni Corwin and Darlene Herlocker swam for the Desert Nlerinaids. Spurs for the year were Sargie Iones. Bette YVadswortli and Nikki Law- .ww .' N -gk-ff' eu. av' yer. while FST's from the house were Fran Emerson and Sue Donohoe, who was president of the honorary. Mildred Cunhy. president of Panhellenie, was tapped for Nlortar Board. Dur- ing the Christmas season, Betty Ann Herman was Sweetheart of Delta Chi and Pat Sullivan was Sweetheart of Kappa Signia. Five other Tri Delts were attendants to queens at various fra- ternities. The Tri Delt Blothersi Clnh hec-anie a national Chapter as Tri Psi on january 15. 1952. s Clay le NIL-Clnre Nlareia Nl. Nlareh X.lll1.'YxlLlI'llI1 ll4'IlIAlk'llQl Nlartz Xlary Ann Nlerrill linsalie Nlertl XIaei'yt.i Nlinard llarolyn Moore Sh.n'Im-t Xlorina Alnnn- Nady 'l.lIl1'llX1lXlOf ,laiie Nix Xlarilyn Xelles Doris Ann Uelier l'hx llis l'eeli J .loyee l owl-rs Suzanne Pratt Norma I.. Proetot Gall ltitter Nlartha liohertson -Io.uiSi1-gle :Xnn Sllllllf' cllI1ll'l.lSllf'Lll'l' .'xIlIlSll'llllll1QS UD All Y - .LJ 'fi 4, - 5 13 F 1 D ' , C .f I! . g qv' tl 51 r 4 ,a , .5 I 1 .g ' ' J D 1' ii 1' -1 it . -K fe . j E4 . is I . ---- ee- '. 1 'it x g :QK K ' l X ll-QE, R . ri iff, Fw-V f gh I - - 5 ..: , 5' ., Q K , M . 1 - - . 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C761 .lf ALPHA PI CHAPTER HOUSE, 1448 East First Street A , Pre Ioan Aclauns -loan Armstrong LCC Atkins Sully Loc Baker Judy Burginann joann Bellert Alice Bradley Nancy Carter Shirley Case Sulcey Cllainberlarin Elizabeth COHfL'l' Pat CmwforCl Ann Dunning Ruth Els:-n Burbirru Earl Arclic Fannin Joyce Clow-r jo Goeglvin Bobbie Cray Pris Crr-f-iw iNI61l0il1't'ClfI1l5l'l' Lois lliumnonrl Cul llilftlllllllfl Ann ll11W.'lLl1ll' llrulu lluycs l,iZ lluwvs Nlnrit- Irwin Nanci Ln-wis Carol Long Bznrlxim Luke Ellcn Kilim-ell Ann xlL'llLlCIlllLlll Bnrlmm Nlilln Mary Kay Morris Mary june Moss 'Wy Zahn cf' Ji' .f -212- an xvffenf x K :MJ , . 3475 ' l 155, n t H- - .- ,,,--gi .1 ., , -, 6 ,fi 4 'T' .. 'Q f,. 2, Q Q. - 'ar' Q- T- f i H-wwsq' " :W X'-- ...... t President ,...,....,..,,A.,.., Sukey Chamberlain Vice-Pmsificrif . ., . ....... Ann Mendenhall 7 Secretary . ,.,. , ,Shirley Baumgartner Treasurer ,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,.,,..v Alice Bradley K : -I i , Ls Social Clzczirman, , ,,,Ginny Rothschild Housemotlier , i...,., Mrs. Iessie Ray Placing second in the Mom and Dadls Day house decoration contest. the Anchor Girls used a nautical theme, with their house representing a large ship at anchor. Ann Dunning was sopho- more treasurer and joan Armstrong was senior vice-president. joan also served as secretary of YV. A. A. Members of the class honoraries included FST Ann Mendenhall, and Spurs llo- herta WVashburn, Paula Hayes and Ann Dun- ning. Joyce Glover was a member of Pi Lambda Theta. The more athletic members of the crew were those belonging to Mermaids - Ann Hava- laar. jerre Mueller, joan Armstrong and joan Adams. who was vice-president. Mary Kay Mor- ris was one of the top women tennis plaversg joan Nelson excelled at golf, and Ioan Adams was very active in the Sailing Club. At Home- coming time. twelve shivering goddesses rode aboard a float entitled "lt's the YVill of the Gods," which won third place in the beauty division. Christmas spirit ran high this year, with the traditional Christmas formal at Rancho del Rio. Alice Bradley was chosen Phi Delt Dream Girl and Paula XVishek as Sweetheart of Delta Sigma Phi. x ,Icrre Mueller Teckic Munro Liz Nat-ckel joan Nelson Diane Paulhamus A if Carol Phillips Nancy Pitman ,fav If rv- -213- Evely n Potter Nancy Price Dottie lleagh Alennie Rothschild Lavonne Ruhmer ,loan Smith Kate Steven Marilyn Troth Martha Xlcrbricli Phyllis XYesch janet XVlL'liCI'SllH.lll julie Ylilliins Frances Misc Paula llishek Pat Wright AIT Mary Frances Stcy tns Marv Ellen Townsend Roberta XV21SlllJll1'Il Frances YVaterbury bay,-. ww,-,431-X V N :N Magma LL P -XLPHA HPSILOX C'HkI'IFIi IIOUbF 1310 h1stl41rstStrLLt Cliurloth- Alumnus llamsimux Alelin Alia-c Allingtrm lsnbi-II11 Allison Yvmim- Amin-rsmi F11 PI'K'llL'C .'XI'k'lll'I' Luis Baku-1' Burlmrd liailmlwin Sully l'lal1'IllllSL'l ,lamct Bmiinlt Balrlmrxi Hutvlwr Lynn Colm,- Bctty Crutclilicld Barb. cllllllllllglllllll Bm vrly Curlcss qlauiqmii Danni:-ls P15-ggy lhvix Sycliivy lJl'kll Kaitliauim' Dillns Put IDUXYIIKT Eliziilu-tl. lfiCl'iS xl.lI'l1' lj. lfxuniis -lLlL'fllll'llll4' Firth Murtlm lfiuzzin-r Slllillllll' Cl.-mlcl Icmiiiim- Gm-litz ,Iam-t Criilnun Doris Cricllcy Ami llalll Nunn llnll llclcn llurlwison l7altl'ici11llill Lfniisc llupkins Suu Ilungi-r CL-oruiimn llusse-x Slmrrm Ilyur-s Russ Allllllllsilll Eclifll Km-lly Sliirlvy Kmfrr Hcim- Kill:-1-ii Gail Ln-Bunn Juno Lamgmlun Nancy Ln-al Sliirlm-y Maw Loc Eliznlmvtli Lum-ks Murinii Lusk Slic-lm XICCIONVII Sally ML-Cuue A PI'l',S'f!l!'llf .. Viva'-P1'c'.s'if1c'nt Sr'c'1'1'fz11'gf .,..,,,,, Tl'C'lI.S'lll'l'I' ,,,,, ,. .. Social Cliuirmun ,,,,,,,,,,,, H011.s'c'n10t1if'1'. .. .Put Hill .. ...Sue Hunger Yvonne Anderson .. ., ..,Yi1'giniz1 Scott llnnger ......Xlrs. Augusta Dickie Cgnnma Phi Beta 'Sleigliecl 'Emu again for heauty's first place in the Hornet-wining pzmitle this year. Charlotte Ahrrnns was an uttendrnit to the Queen. The NPGIIIIXH on Xlom and Dads Day paid off for 21 first. june Evans, viceepres- ident of Xlurtar Board and president of XY. A. A.. was in lV1m'.s' AVIIO, along with Sue llnnqer, A. S. U. A. St'Cl'L'tlI1'Y. Honored in FST were Pat Downer and Nancy LL-11. Spurs were Kathy' Dillas, vice-presiclentg Shirley Knc-rr, 5CCl'0tLll'y1 and rneinhe-rs janet llziveig Slmmii Hynes. llc-len X-.1 I 9 Ifimliisori rind jackie Firth. Important offices were held ln' Nancy Lea, A. XY. tl'Ul1Slll'Cl'Q Put lluwiieli innior ccrlillcilxxwiiiaillg liynn Cole. senior class Sl'Cl'6t21l'A'. and Alike Pzltricli. French Clnh prexy, The sirinrguslmrg was rr deliqht nt the Clrristinars Dunne held at the Santa Rita, clilllllllil Phi's shared their liunio with Trudy XYumlfur'cl. il hlind student. The ATUE Crmvnecl Xlilxe Patricli their ullrernn flirlfl xllllilllll lnisli was in tinulist for Dr'.s'r'r'l fJllt'K'll. an fs bll1'll.l Xlqrrslr NL1llK'A'XlLll'NlIilll lllllll .ln Alt-ll:-n C.rrolc- Alt-yn-r Ell71lll4'lllxllblll'l' l'11t1'1t-nr Nllnfllvr ,login Nllli'I'l7flN'l'Q Xlnrtlnr NL-innillt vs Xin-l Xitvlriv Nldri li. Oslmrin Yiruinigr Parker lflimln-tl'1 l'.n'l'isl Nlikr- l'.1t1'iL'li - l'ennell Lisa l'm't11ntl Billn- Binh Prallt NlLll'Q.ll'l't Rem-xx-s Elulllul' liuliurls Virginia Suotl lh-tri Slnipe AI.n'y Sllltlillll' Sully Springer AnmSnin1ners KLM VlTUlSUll XlJI'flill'l'l Towne Virginia Trnnelietti Yvonnc- NYa1dc Doris Anne YVire Alun' hl1.bXXl'l'llA Xlnlly Nl.lllk'L'lll'L'lx Q . Av STE. I EAI :S- , pm!! 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S UCl'UflIl'lf ..,.AA,.A TI'l'Il.S'lll'l'l' ...., Social Cllllliflll IIor1.sc'nmtlzC1', GA qw- .zloan Stevens Nlary Fennemore Zanier Downs . .. .,., Klary Io Xllimlnerly 5111, . ,,., ,....,,,... I ane Evans Nlrs. Doris NI. Oc-ker Kappa Alpha Theta's Spurs were Claire Baw- houser, Kay Nlason, Cynthia Clements. lean Elrod and Nlary .Io XVimherly. Nlary Fennemore was in FST. and Bev Sargent and Canice Ciruzzi both were chosen for Nlortar Board. Suzy De- Kloure, Homecoming Queen, took over the job as secretary of A. XV. S., and Barbara Bitter was installed as NV. A. A. treasurer. Two new prexies were elected- Lucy Nlac.-Xleer as pres- ident of Orc-hesis and Zaniei' Downs ruled over Zeta Phi Eta. The XV. A. A. swimming trophy -W '- was awarded to the Thetas. Darlene Fliekinger won the individual high point award. During the Arizona Sports Day Tournament. Carolyn Nlitehell and Nlarjorie johnson were the Arizona representatives in badminton. Cynthia Clements was Chosen the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. and jane Elliot was picked to he Lamhda Chi Sweet- heart. Toni Harpst. as Bleu, was a hilarious success in the musical. Hriguziomz. Diane Flick- inqer was freshman class yiee-president. ,lean Thomas was crowned the 1952 De.s'r'1't Queen, l' lorenei- Leeee Nliueia Lix inqstou Luey BlilLl'Al4't'l' Bonnie KlL'l'l.lTl1ll1Cl Nlary .lean Nh-Gregor llelein' Xlelsaiy' Xla1'ioI'ieXl.ii'Nel Betty Nlarx Ray Mason fi -vs Aliee Alean Matteson Xlarion All-isnt-r B.il'lr.iI'a Alitellvll Carolyn Xliteliell Pain Nluetlu Connie Olde-rshaw Bonnie Pine Ann Potter Anne Price .Iulie Bot-ki:-llow Charly n Scott Sara Shafer Susie Shaler Barhara Ann Smith Sharon Smith Dottie Yan Gelder loanne Ning MaryjoYViinherley I5 IJ -217- "Hn, rbu VY Dy GAMBIA ZETA CHAPTER HOUSE, 1435 East Second Street i Pfcqv Virginia Bllliklll Polly B1'41dh'nrd Patricia Iiuutmi 111113 l3l11'gi1ul'nll BLlI'iMll'L1 Burruws Imam Cook 1'c-ggyffux Nun Dania IHLIINN' Denali-ll Carol lfitrh Domm Flip-kings-r Bi-tty Cifllllillll E111-11 Pam- Criflin Mary Imllisa- Gump I'IL'i1'll flllllll Cumlula' Ilalliillln-l Zulu Ilaunuluml Frvclrim Iliiswvll Im-qui Iillylllwll' Suvaunn' llulfnum Num-5 llmmggul Xnvl lhm'411'Li Duriy kluxngvxivm-i XllIlL'f' -Illlilllli Aliu' I,1l11l111 Mary Lmuim- Lzuxgley Su7:l11114- Laws BLiI'lh.kl'Ll Lent Judy Listcmvn Bm L-rly Lui-Lvlt Hairy Lllillllilll joan Imsuhvr Lu1'l'uim- NIL'CiOlillI1'l Midgv Xlulluff 'IOLIII XIL'Illi'lTlL'Q' Nanny Klc-K:-nziv Lyn KillI'1'llY Mary Duc NL-Yillc Alice- X1-wlin LC-ilu Nichols rfpnr f--+.,m J 5 S C 154. 'K K 1 1 24' J 3 ina' E it 93 , K ,, Pat Buutou Elizabeth XVilliauns Pl'l'Si!l1C'Ilf ...... .. Vice-Prcsifleizt , Sc'c'rc'fz1ry , .,.. ,, ,, ,, , Tutsie Adams TIT!!-S'llI'C'l', , , . ,, Kay Stunz Social Clllllflllllll, ,.,. Xluiwellc Gerinuiiie Hou.s'c'n1otlz0r. Xlrs. Lulu Ford Duruing For thc third struiglit year. the Kappns won first place in originality with their Clevcr Home- coming float. Jody Thompson was an nttemlzuit to the Honiecoming Queen. Holding class offices were Sully Szuicet. frcsliinain class tl'01lSlll'Cl'. and Hairy Slicllenlw1'Qcl'. senior class t1'ensl1rc1'. The Knppzis had five Spurs, who wcrv lcd ably by President Ann Piet-dvr. Donna Flickinqer was al inembcr of FST, Nlury Slivlleiilwirgvi- was Xlortnr Board presidt-nt und Put Bllllttlll wus n me-inber. Nlnry Slivlle11lJe1'ge1', 'Indy Tliompsou A- 'aa' H- QR Jody Tlionnpson Cay Turnbull Susun Whitt- Elizubcth XYillianis YV' -219- -mr X Q NSR- :uid Put Bunton were me-utiuncd in ll'lm'.s ll'lm. .Indy Thompson was Dr'.s'1'rt busiiie-ss iiuiiiugciz Sully Simca-t danced with Orc-lie-sis and six Kuppus swiun with the Dt-st-rt Xlcrxnuids. Be-tty Clruliauii Won thc- title ol .-Xrizoiui llllllltklll' golf cluiiiipimui, Ex elyu Spit-rs belmige-cl tu the Uni- xvrsity Plnyt-rs and Ellvu C:l'ill'1'll wus 11 mum- bvr of Zeta Phi Eta. Put Buutuu was ll mom- bvr ot' Pi lgllllllflil Thctzi. Sui- lloffuuun, gxllllt' lluxw and lCllcu Crifft-11 wt-rc Dt-sa-rt Qui-vn finalists. Elimlu-tli P1ll'lit'I Bnrluuru Pi-rry Frvtlrifxi Pyzvl Pvggy' RCMP Anus- liowv Sully Suncct Ann Sclizirlmnu Adair Sc-lim-icli-r Beth Suhulnf jane St-lu-ll Put Shurpc Xlury Slicllviilu-rgvr Aldine- Sinclair Sully Spuid Ex vlyn Spit-rs Anne Sport-r Cumlyn Stve-le Diane Sta-inlieiuuir Kay Stunz IKIKV ,.,,,, wr" Y, .,.. , AL Www. IE ARIZONA ALPHA CHAPTER HOUSE. 1035 North Mountain Avenue H! Burlmru Anclc-rs Marilyn Baclllznn juycv Ballard Ann Burtlctt Evvlyn Bell Dianne Bernm-I LLlll1'll'BllllI'lQS Prntti Blam- -lsmn BlklI'll.'ll1ll'll X'll'jjlIllklBl'4lNVl1 Mary BI. Cnulson june- Currie jf-ri Dcnslow l3:n'lmru Duvino Nan1cyEk1-rln Sully' Elwrn Katia' Mus- Elsa-an juan Ellglltlllil Lynn Eve-nsun Xllf2llIllilFllLf1ll Slnirlcy Franklin Lx-lu Frcncll Jann- Fl1ttE'1'L'f BL'wg1'ly Goff Suv Greer Snr-llz-n Croovcr julio Hull Lila Iloffc-lfingur .Indy llill Margin- Hinklc Ilnrrict Hong Virginia 1. llulrbzlrcl Carolyn Hyde PM l'iCL'VllI1 Marin Kelley Nadine Lulu- Snm Lavurty Alice Loman Nlurclm Loc Donna Lum-us 2962 ' -220- 1 TYTU X 4 v' 'v ': .' 1 'Q' l 1, l' 5iA ig' H- Q. ' X it Nair, ,,-o'.' Seulifg -5,1 'G' f:,' X- XX ' Hx I f "l .Ex ,xl .K . ., X 1: I 1 l Et 0.1: P resident ,,,,,, ,,.,. Vice-Pi'e.s'iiIent , ,,,. X lice Leinan ,.,,,,,Ciiiger Fogal Seeretary.. , . , , ,Carol Trohan Treasurer, .. , , , .Nancy Ekern Social Cllllil'IlllllI, ,, ,, .Susie Gillespie Housczizotlier , ,,,, Nlrs. Smith Atwood ll This year's assistant editor of Tlic' Desert and news editor of the U'iIdCz1f. Carol Trohan. was from the Pi Phi house. Nlary Margaret Coulson, .lac-kie Shelley and Pat Keeyan served in Spurs. Pat Keeyan was also secretary of the new Stu- dent Union hoard of Control. FST Carol T1'o- han belonged to Pi Delta Epsilon. Xlortar Board tapped Virginia Hubbard, and she was later listed in XVIIKPS Ullio. junior class finances were . 1 .y ,Ah honoraries were Harriet Hoag. Pi Lambda Thetag Sally Wilson. Alpha Rho Tang Susie Gillespie, Sigma Alpha Iota. and Patti Blanc. Zeta Phi Eta and University Players. Beverly Goff and Shir- ley Franklin were porn pon girls. Shirley Frank- lin and joyee Parker were members of Orehesis. Nlarrie Kelley served as Hac-quet Club prexy. At the Christmas formal. Bay Stephens. Sigma Chi, was crowned Pi Phi Klan. Xlenla Mills was , i handled by Nancy Ekern. Selected for national De.s'i'rf Queen finalist. "' '- -vw Alicia Verheyen Barbara Victor Jeanne XVard Marilyn YYilson Sally XYilson -221- 6. Gwen Marty n Teta Martyn Lila .lean Klereer Barlrara Nliller Sandra Nliller Klenla Nlills -Ieanne Nloeur Ioyee Parker Cathy Plunnner lanet Riee Diane Salmon Ann Shattuek Iaeliie Shelly Carolyn Sinnnons Ioan Slcorpiek ,lan Smith Theresa Sinith Hetty Shltterheiin Caroline Thompson Dolores Travel' Carol Trohan lllilfln Jewel Aldertun Eleanor Beeglilc-5' Bernice Be-llmer Alice Boebiliger Ceriilcline Bout-iriun Chalrlene Cuilscm Elriiiie Carlson Janice Darlington Peggy Daum Nruiey Dads Eileen Dick Nelda Dinwiclnlie Norma Ericlres XVllllClHll1'l.l Estevez Susan Fitzpatrick Loretta Greenfield Sally Hicks Helen Ie-an Hoffman Ellen Kennedy Hope Kimmel Jacque Kneip Marion Langer Davis Lee Margaret Lemas ef' Q 335.-if -222- C. CQR 1 flljclx, . S: ew ,f ,f P, G91 dell I Us I. ... is 'Q' GJ ,i nsysssss f I 0 1 f ff 2 4 Pl'CSffl'CIlf A,......,.,. ,.Y,,, F ay McCormick Vice'-Presiflcnt Y,,,,, ,,,.,,,., X 'irginia llaisch Secretary ....,..... A...AA, L orettu Greenfield TFC!!-S'lll'Cl'., , ,Y,,,. ,,,,,Y,,,,,, p lanice Darlington Social C,lf1il'I71CI1,, ,,,, ,,.... N 'irginia Sabala Anita Barker New pledges of Phrateres were introduced to its service program at parties given for the men at Ryland F arm. the Yaqui children and the children at the Arizonals Children's Home. A Serenade at the Veterans Hospital. followed by a picnic, initiated a suggested policy of Service and social life combined. Bob Salit was crowned Snow King at the Christmas formal in a setting of candy canes. candles and mistle- toe. Indy Richerson was .-X.lV.S. vice-president and 11 member of Klortar Board. She and Spur i nv f wg "if 223 - Peggy Daum represented the group in class lionorauies. Other honorary members were Alice Boebinger. secretary of Sigma Delta Pig Loretta Greenfield. sec-1'et1u'y of Alpliu llho Tang and Surf Zimmerman and Eleanor Beeghley. mem- bers of Alpha Epsilon. ln the field of sports Fay Nlcflormick served ns president of the Club. jewel Alderton was hall section editor of the Dc'SC1'f. and Peggy Datum was publica- tions section editor. d . ' f -ze. Rf 'ig , .- H 1 Burlinrii Lopez l. 1-'ny Bit-Cormit-k 5 -A I. Kant-x fXIcCoxx.1n Br f 5 'if 1 N t 4' 'Eh lx "v , 1 , Nlaraiirn-t Marsh Hn-nv Id , t , St N I t lxny xllllfllCHCl II Juni-t Oxnnm 1 1. llnppy Pailser 1 -lim:-t Pulser 7 Lois Prusha V Q Yiriginiu Ruisch 18' ' Iuc 3' Pniclwrson 1 " E W Q Elizabeth Riesgo ' x, ,i Nltirilyn Schneider f .us June Smith Rositu Torres Bcity' rl.-l'ilL'f' W Ct-orffve lllitltlt-ll x1.ifri1nu'1mef if ,iww . .-. .t.s.mwu,NAacth-ww 'X V QQS HQE- -M II W President ..........,.. ...,.... I oan Lichtenstein Vice-President .,.......... Harriet Fruchtman ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER HOUSE. 1614 East First Street S09 v -vlcii A A Piet A .q1bl3- SVS' oft t Secretm'y .t,. ..............A........,,...... I oan Hirsh Social Chairman .................... Claire Segal H014-S61710fllCl'..Bl1'S. Mildred R. Stevenson Over at the AEPhi house. the girls were active all year. both in XV.-XA sports, and various other campus activities. Parents of AEPhi's were invited to the Founderis Day celebration which was held early in the fall, The Alpha Epsilon Phi's were honored by a visit from their National Dean when matters of importance were discussed. During the Christmas holiday festivities, the AEPlii's sang Christmas carols at the Veterans hospital, sponsored a Christmas party for orphans, and en- tertained guests at the annual 'iklasque Ballv winter formal dinner dance. when the pledges provided talent for the oc- casion with an imitation of famous stage personalities. The theme of the social at Hillel sponsored by AEPhi was "Girls of All Nations." Lois Brown Cloria Cohn lla Sue Cohn Betty Lou Cole Caryl Dietz Sorale Elpern Rita Erlich Harriet Fruchtman ,Ioan Hirsh Sherrie Kahn Barham Ktlllfillltlll Alice Krause Ulf Rona Kroll Ioan Lichtenstein Janet Lieberman Carole Print-er Wi Claire Segal Valerie VVinski Yllwillclll . - "Y, .A QV5 BY' will Pima Hall int-Inbers were active all yn-ar in band. A Cappella Choir, Newman Club. Herring Hall productions. and on the lVildc'at and Dc.s'L'rt staffs. Tliet liall won the Ht-cl Cross blood drive trophy with 1-17 per Cent participation. Blartlia Sarbcy was on the Student Union Board with Barbara Poi-11 Karin Stallcup and Cliarlotte Horning actixe on Union committees. Zona XVaclc won the state -1-H award and att:-nded , .R .. xxi.,,.., PINIA HALL. 1027 Eaat Second Street tht- Chicago couxa-ntion, Nlona Xluncli was in Spursg Ann Tolcs danced in Orclicsisg Char- lotte Horning was active- in Xlerinaidsg Yirginia llaiscli was Viet'-prcsitleiit of Pli1'atc1'c-sg Laura Lopez was publicity chairman of the Inter- national Club and Pllll-.'Xlllt'l'lC'ilIl Lvagiic: wliilc lrnia Urrva SCI'Yl'Kl as St'Cl't'tLll'y of the lntcrna- tional Clulm. Piina llall supportvd tlie nvw ln- cla-pa-iidviit Students ,-Xssociation 100 pei' cont. ' .':- ' ' , V. ' 1, . . , , .'XIlll.l l3.il'lv'1' QM ,X :lr I N i A if ,Q ' 4 W-Q Y Doris lgtillll Qi 1 5' :I . H- is , -K W 5 ' J' fa XI.i1'uvrxv lint-king X ' X ? ,U Y L Q X -A ' , . f ' llutli Cvriiiui 7 6 x - i f Y' , - Xlyrna Clin-iitlim,-1' ' Xlarian llali' A ' H fr l -. :,. , 'livrri llvclu'liiiaii j 3 J gg Us I 1 'XV l,oui:c ll4'Iltll'lL'lix Q X t . " Nfl Lois xlulinwii '-Q A A . ' , , .,, Q 1 'CW 1 . X hwy nn lxilroy . K ,xv x if , Q , X D J '7 .11 Lui l'Xlll'0f 0 I E ' 'Q 2 - - Q ' 9 liolwrta Lzuilcruii P . - :7',..o ' , ii I,.uu'a Lupvz J, ,Inna Luinpliin .. Xlona Klum-li . f. 45 P, ., -. l3.irlv.u'.i Pom' Yiriinia llaiscli Xlary' Lou Siunuel xl.ll'il11l5.ll'lhUy' E Karin Stalluup .Muir lain .un Xyklllkld Taylor' ww ,Xnn Tolt-s .9 Irma l'1'rv.i Ircni: Xllst ' Conniv Nlilwn Lillian Hong Hefli-n XYoocl Xaoiui Nlood f . Q fflnlrluiii' lllbflllllg lll , 1 'S' Ss 49' x. X Tlw Intcr-llglll Christmas Da Lhh xxllxx UV bn Xwmv' H 055955 . x L ggwbi- NX'uxroxnC KO sgypilxs card on ' N Maxis Aus 5 4 ,Q f 1 , ' -Iii Lf? - Y xx " 1 Q M , 'uf ' ' i Xi: j , f'- -AK- r'.'. ' X t.'NA1fsVS,1,:vQ-,jf .A agy' R ':.tf:': fi' 73 X y ,vilgzg lm I , ,-f .mf .Elf ,ff Rcfrn-alum-ut limo at X I1lI'iL'OPk1'S upon hon-eu. umm-. highlight of the hulls' social mx-11 Q 1.. we Zaye The patio of Gila Hall provides the friendly atlnusplmere for inform 1 ' " ' ' I Z1 COIN El'bJ.flOI'lS. Qs A J ,W Ill N f A K ' ll - I-K l ii ii e K 6 V35 .... I if X A if ..a,., How 1: C. Bloom, R. Riley, Pt. Kleinmnn. C. Riluy. C. Appcl, R. XVarn5, F. Sears, H. Gilpin, I. Berry. Row 2: J. Shiell. L. Iourdun, D. Peters. D Bartlett, A. Martinez. R. Blallers, R. Clmristiunscn, II. Iling, R. Turk, J. VVade. Row 3: L. Stratton, R. Lerner. A. Allison. R. Crittenden, J. Miller F. Bartt-au. Row -1: 1. Savoy. XY .XIL'Cill. li. Murphy. ll. Tlmonms. F. Arrioltx. Row 6: L, Kelly, E. Bollinger. I. Matlmc-rs. R. L. Kitchen. H. Bollin gc-r. B. Yujo. 1 ,ff ,,.,f. -1- ' Z ..-P... . ...wwf ' l Mt .1 2 ARIZONA HALL OFFICERS Prc.s'irIUn1' ................ Vicc-Pl'C.s'ir1'C1zt and Social Cllairnuln... S Urrcfury-Trcf1.s'11rw' Head Rcsirlcnt .... .... jack Miller Frank Barteau .. .Carrol Riley ...,...Ben Cato YQQA EQSXQ - - ru, '- v vs.. - . P ', Y 9L.'..-X" F r' Row 1: G. Ohnesorgen, F. Farrington, L. Stephenson. C. Platt, F. Nielson. C. Brooks. F. P41x'lm'ich, XV. Eurley. B. Armstrong. D. Mt-rligovicli Row 2: D. Marc-nda. R. Rugg. D. XValker. H. Ft-rnstrum. XV. Esscr, D. Hollingslieacl. F. Strong. P. Revgllo, B. Robles, B. NVcinstein. R. Hooker. L Kope. Row ISL 1. Brower, B, Brower, O. Islas. j. Ciircia. C. Huesca, C. Xlhrnur. B. Amlt-ns. D, Greenfield. A. Corclone. C. Xllilters. O. Anderson C. Lee, L Steele Row 4' R Quinn R Scott D Webb A. Lipinski, j. Starr. A. Anderson. C. Xlkflls, XY. llackeribraclit. H. Zunmr, L. Lage. S Adams. C: Dempntrr. I. Hllletl S. Turl-li.'l. Nl'olxly'. 'If L.ig'den. Row 5: C. jouus. 1, Crowe. ll. Diclil, O. But-no. VV. jc-wett, M. Buclielicr, E. Mo raga, G. Pugnea, B. Rocha, j. Hatlnm'uy.- I. Bignnclo, A. Cuttman, D. Diehl, R. Rislier, COCIIISIZ HXLI, P1'v.s'iclr'11t l7fl'C"PI't'.5'ilICI1f ,. SC'L'l'UflIflj-TI'ClI.S'1lI'llI' ,, Il1f!'l1INllI'!II AIIIIIIIQVI' .... Head Rcsirlcnt ....., .,.. -xx ' xxx -.SN fl I OFFICERS .George Pllqnt-11 ...Dale XVQ-lub ,,.... jack Starr Don Nlullineaux ....CcorQe Herrick t If 'f ,-f A' f S if ,V VFW' "J ' ' " .1 P . 1, ,ff L. an as I " ' ' ""' 1 ' I .K lx ,f . - ---in f" . r,", ,f -229- 4' 1 1 ,,,, Q 7 5 l.g87,fg,r . A mlrzpr L A, """1 'SZ Row 1: F. Roliwt-r. N. Kondnm, R, S1-ilcr. R. Ye-rlmick. J. NYia-lgus. B. Greene. I. Malir, R. Deci, I. Libey. Row 2: Cloud, A. Cervantes, Tonz, Donurski, Coda, Ft-rricr, Nic-Govern, XYhite, Corm-tt, Carter. How 3: Nelson. Stanton, Christianson, Anderson, Brandt, C. Park, Amason, Beard, Clcvr, Hopkins, Lough. -.4 I l I in EAST STADIUM OFFICERS Plwsizlvrlf .,,.,, ,.,.,,,,.,,, ,Allan Stanton N Vifl'-Pl'CSidCllf and I' F' Sccrctary .........,...,............,. Phil Rutkowski 'UM Tl'Cl1.S'llI'Cl' and Social Clzczirnum ...,,, ,. ...Eddie Miller 'N-nf! i ix M2233 5 Zi 52 it 1. -230- .-9. How 1: Y. D1-santa. J. Brlllnikur, B. NIc'XIil1cn. B. Lockwood. R. Jordan. E. Griffin, K. Nelson. F. Slmvcr. L. Carson. R. Hauninm-k. I Xhlli un li HY ' L Ox L Yoviw C Chrk Il Arnold Row 3' R Dunbar D Str-vcnson XY XYliitson. R.Al1cimmn, I, Iluvcruit. R. Di-lliun C Bm -irgins. . rj. .. ., .. . . .. . ... . .. . . . A h kin? H, KL-iiiicclv. G, Carter. J. H. Fuiriuinks. L. NIcLuiii. A. Gonzales. A. -Iulnistoii. R. lluiiiiguiiui, D. Crowv. XY. Knnpp. 1', All-xii-ii Bi ini be-rgcr, D. Cliiiippcftti. D. Bc-kcros, D. Honcvicli, "rw 4 . Mx 5 -556 ,. ,, Q ,, X .A i 'X ' ' - zcialiaiigt-1.2pr'-gag' ' ' P Q , :Bei 'Q ' ' XS. Q-Q' HOPI LODGE OFFICERS President ............ Vice-President ...............,.... Sr'Cr0ta1'y-T1'cf1sz1rvr Dun Stevenson Dick Brubaker Lyle Novis Intramural Manager ................ joe XVhaley Hcad Rc'.s'idCnf .........,........ Vernon Kramer . A. 'Q .5252 S Q, X ww in-H 5 1 Fw 'K' sl 1. X Xxx ir SX FT an r-V' , ...-. W .wmMmw.v.x-x- .. fy . N AVA-J o H ,KIT Huw l: L. Buch. B. Moore R AverQ I Clis C , . , ., .. gsa. . Bittorf. R. XValluce. C. Mrmzano, D. Richards, S. Davis, R. Van Leuvc-rx. Row 2: J. Colburn, C. Kina. D. Cleavingcr, I. Shipp, C. NVQ-ilcr. j. Cirino. K. Karge, A. Parato, S. Silas. Row 3: J. Hart, L. Brown, L. Doc-kelmeior, XV. Smitlxeran, C. NIL-Clovurn. E. Supp, NI. Rollins, L. Bowers. 1. Ducich, B. Ullom, E. Lewis. 72' f +5 ' A5144 NAVAJO HALL OFFICERS . , V fi' ' fl PI'L'SffICIlf, ,,,...,..,. , ,,,Ted -IL11'dillt' Viva'-P1'c'.x'irIc'11t ..,,., ,.,.,.,,,, , ,Bill Smitheran Sz'L'1'c'tz11'y-T1'c'a.s'urz'r ...,,,,,,,,,,,.... jerry Hart li 9 ' if L I V ,. f I-:ar YC H B ff Q il ' Budget Clzrlirmun ,,,,,,,,,, ,Ernie Sheppard H H Ei in P-,iggv Hwlcl Rc'.s'izlc'nf .,.,.,,,,.,,,,,, Cordon Harland s la is ll ti IE ii H- ki. I W P wg. , 1' Q 1 K L" .- X K 'I .WL X ' ' N . if . " :'55'I' , A. 'qql .' Q . - , . 2 V ,f -232- ' 1 ' tif' Row 1' L Priest R Corolla G. Krmpotich, A. Black. E. Zurbin, E. Dunn, F. Hirst-lm. L. Enlm-. -I. 'IM-rlnfrq, ll. llullluul. S. llolwinsam, B, Ilmmlt IL lx I. ll:-Santo, ll. 'llllTl'Il50I1, G. Pm-r, ll. X'K'l'lllllQL'1l. N. lllx XV. Ing-we-r. llow,2:'D. lNIonlgomcry. E. Fiilmr, K. Kuchar, V. Scott, P. Major, '. Xnmpv. V Yam, H. Annas, I. Mc-Carron, P. Busch, R. Rodgers, B. Goldberg, j. Tirrell, L. Dann-ls. PAPAGO LODGE OFFICERS Pr0.s'irICnt ,..........,.... ....... . .Vernon Scott Vice'-PrC.s'idc11t ................ ..,. . .. Earl Zarlviu Sccrctzzry-Tr'r'z1su1'c1'.. .George Krmpoticll Social Clllllflllllll . ....... Guns Rolminctte In1'rz1m11ruI AIIIHIIQFI '..... .. Bob ljl1Ol'iltO Hmlfl RC.S'llll'llf .... ..... . . A. li. Gorum Q. , vj ,f Q, 6 '1r- ""b.' v X V' ' '. fi. 2.-.. , , X ll W ll 8 Row 1: R. Harris, R. Creen, XV. XValker, M. Kartchner, D. Scruggs, B. Billington. B. Chandler, H. Kabelin, P. Kesling, D. Hast, R. Vickner R Veazey, H. Redd. R. Perter, R. Hauser. Row 2: D. McRae, M. Frisbie, XV. Kern , P. H' f R. D f ' - p ayes, orrance, L. Ou ens, R. hVd.I'HOClx, E. Lmcoln D. Wallendorf, L. Clazler, S. Drllard, S. Spray, R. Jimenez. C. Smith, D. Beasley, R. Iarvis, H. Beaver. s E i r E 'D P452 , a x E E I ff Kale!- uh ' w PINAL HALL Pl'0SldCHt ............. Tl'6l1.S'lll'C'l' ......,......... Social CIIIIUIIIUII ....... Head Resident.. ..... . OFFICERS ..,.,...Dic-li Harris ......Dick Green .,,...,..Paul Hayes 1. Shell MQ ll . . B B ll I C' n r Y Sliiffiirni S Sivin B K-wwiivr D Brin L XX ix Row 1: C. Englvluirt, C. Ilolnics. NI. Dmlson. A. Nl. Costa. P. Fnngor, . L- . . ,mic , . . . . , . . .. . , . .. , . I E. I. Eiscnhart. P. Nlcliiin, T. Huncuk. Huw 2: T. Baer. li. Seller. F. Kichlvr. A. Rm-rlvr. P. Willis, B. Andi-rs. S. Xllilliiuli. I. Fvclcriui S llnnn s L. Huncllffy. NI. Purlwr. D. Salmon. X. Nluncly. P. Kohl. B. NIL-Furluiicl. Rim' 3: B. Brock. B. Ainliimlw-r. R. C4-orgclus. T. Szi-in-ml. I Iums Cgilemlwrt. j. llgzll. j. Callahan. E. Full:-r. Nl. Cum-rm. M. Cuerry, R. Houliin. Row 4: XI. L. Nleyn-rs. F. Firim-r, C. Smith, S. CzL'l'tl 'N -his gr L. NIL-Loy. I. lliinscn. Sl. Klinv, P. Ke-rsh, Y. Kvnm-cly. VI. P4-une-ll, 1. Franklin. C. Carlton. A. llciiilmrt. P. Colgan, P. Si-well. VI. Yu T D. Cross. Huw 5: A. Alu-urn. E. Crccnfim-lcl. E. Cn-cn. C. Bishop. ll. Luwsmi. ll. Sxmim-lsmi. C. Xliirtyn, Y. Clark, B. Huy. XY, Bum-, Xl Fiixximiia B. Lahlur. J. Bmimviiigiiiircl, E. Liizuvin-li. 1. Cmlinm, C. Fmvlm-r. S. Schmitt. L. Catlin. S. Knvll. -I. Cila-5. NI. Xlilfw. B. liuxwll. I CILA H.-XLL OFFICERS P1'L'.S'idc'r1f ..... , Vic'U-Prc.s-iclrnf Sf'Crc'iu1'y... . . TITU-S'1lI'C'I '... .. Social Clzairimm . Ilvad Rcsiclmzf. Nlrs .Phyllis Sewell Edith Lazovich Carroll Bishop .. ,.... X nn Ruler ...Carol Fowler . xllll'QlIt'l'ltC' Xlillm' Qs -2 X '3 "is Row I: N. Belman. Marjorie WVilliams, T. Bayer, H. VVoo, R. Anderson, B. Srigley, P. Akins, D. Haby. E. Sweet, M. Brown, S. Harris, D. O'Dell. Row 2: A. Linaweaver, R. Ageaoili, P. Canada, M. Soyne, C. Ahern, M. McNamee, C. Abell. V. Ramsdell, D. Jonas. B. Albertson, T. Tavlor, T. Derby, R. Bartlett. Row 3: K. Tolson, L. Senne, C. Dunne, I. Powers, A. Bartholomew, C. Christian, N. Orr, 1. Isaacs, I. Krzton, N. Pareto, M Winikus, H. Feirabend, N. Ginsburg. Row 4: B. Shapiro, E. Tolliver, R. Catsiff, E. Loitsenbauer. C. Gibbon, R. Porter, H. Eckey, I. Robinson N. Santa Anna. N. McCowan, D. Ioyner, R. Killeen, B. Gillard, S. james. Row 5: C. Munck, F. Cohen, S. Cerold, R. Kroll, C. Paul, P. VVilson, E. Snider, C. Curr, V. Carnes, M. Pearson, I. Cislaghi, B. Skafgard, C. Thompson, I. jones. : 77ZWz6ca,0a MARICOPA HALL OFFICERS P1'CSiflCmf ........... ........ I osephine Cislaghi V icc'-President ,,,,.. ,.........,,,,,,,, P at Akins SOCl'6'fflfy ........... ...... IN Iary Pearson Trerzsurcr ...,...,..,,....,,.,....,,,.,,,,,,,, Lyn Sweet Social Cllflffllldll ......,..,,,.. Eleanor Tolliver Head Resident ........ Mrs. Edna T. Snider .lem I .Il ,ff-'17 - 236 - ROW 1: B. Porter, M. Tollzien, AI. Xvilllllllfllllglllllll. M. Bl-nnvit, I. Sternliclcl, I. Cohn, B. Parker, M. llainzc, A. Valentin, S. Husnfnfelcler. Row 2: B. Nasser, E. Lotlrrop, C. Cnrnus. A. Moycr. H. Rvitzvl, N. Burleson, 1. I.1r-ulvson. D. Coker, P. CfJlllL'f, P. Parnell, D, Peterson, M. Crun- Cer, Tozer, B. Colc, C. Meyer. j. Daniels. Row 33: KI, Xuwell, I. Prickctt, 1. Mnrrl, S. Miller, S. Franklin, M. llinklc, S. Lavcrty, C. Thompson, M. Iona-s, Braun, C, Bitte-rinixnn, M. Martin, Adams. S. O'Mvura. S. Sclrrncler, I. Rcicl. Mrs. Hall. C. Hnssoy, B. Pratt, ROW 4: N. Luke. I. lones, B. Brakefiulcl. -I. NVQ-rling, K. Stokei, C. AlIllDl'OSl'. A. Xin-lmolw. P. Currc-nc-c. D. Maddox. S. Kuhn, J. Hill, M. Greene. C. Hull. M. Parker. Zww Y.XYAP.Xl HALL OFFICERS PIT-S'fCIL'lIf ..... ........ xlllflllllllll CllL1H1llUl'S l'YlC'l"Pl'l'SlllU!lf ............ D1ll'll'llt' FllCl'illlLft'l' SUl'l'CfllI'U ..... ....... . . .Hurrict Bn-1'k0wity Trc'11.s-1m'r ..... ............ E lixulwtlr Bum-ks-r 1111111 Hz'.s'iaIz'11I .Mm Murtlm Hull .gf - 237 - lltll BH CA.-u. ..49'.... , V: ww - Row 1: S. Ford. B. Xlnltcrs. C. Dietz. B. McConnell. B. Fisclm. L. Larson. Carole Smitlm, C. XVl1ccler. B. Marx. A. Buzarcl. I. Hughes, I. San- forcl. xl. Blzrtlreson. B. Goff. Row 2: H. May. C. Cotintz N. Hayes. K. Wlnll. L. Crop-lvv. l. Scllaaf M ML-lntuslr C Pitterson C -Xffuil NI Ar C. Hainye ll Cin-ns C' XYxnkoop I Stunt 'NI llul NI 'XI .. .......C,ar.r.ons, . . . .. -. , . 4. .. 1 '. . . gms. . . . arvel. Row 3: E. Stark. Cleo Smith. I. Bloom. I. D. Fish. P. Snyder. K. Batten. C. Knox. C. Miller. I. Futtcrvr. Nl. Bucllnrm. L. Forslnw. A. Armstrong. S. Flickinger. J. Croc-n. I. Covey. C. Cremer. R. Collson, L. Holtz. Row 4: F. Quiggins. X. Rt-illy. NI. li. Morris. D. jackson. UI. NVQ-lls. I. Arnold. I, Rulrlin. j. Sclrwcrin. D. Rcngzh. N. Hersey. D. Crispino. K. Morgan, I. NlacDonalnl. A. Stn-lwlmings. C. Orv.-utt. N. llnncl. L. Doylu. How 51 A. Xllrrwuk. C. Nlurtgrugh. D. Pollock, B. Dzunmier. P. Blue-th, XI. Hagerty, I. Macldigan. C. Aitkc-nhcud. YUMA HALL OFFICERS K -. I'1'f'.s'izlm1f ................ ............ I oan Schaaf W " Vim'-P1'r'.s'iflc'11f ....... .......... C arolyn Orcutt SI'C'I'l'flIl'lf... ....... ........ E lizabeth Creeley X 35,35 Trm1.s11rc'r .. ............ Carolyn Knox Soviul Cllzlirman .................. Ceola Hainze Html Hcwirlfrzf .. .... Mrs. Louise Cousins ,f--. wr- rk X..L,..1",.x r' .1 1 an -238- ..!-I.. ...Q,,.glL'A.:.A5LL':x.N. .,,, ,., .4,. . . 1. I , .. , ,'. - b '7fWlf4ffi7'F"r" H .. A, 4, .,m,,f1 -. ,- ' f"g'.wJ-'."s UA W 'Lu .F .3 Q5, nfl- ic- is ' f X 2 , . X, , xg, -V . . . f . ,.,. . ,J-'Zire-:'s., -'un :SJ 25 - .34 f -ws Nr. " . ,, X 545.51 .. ' r A, is Ae- 4 . Q . W? .gge,: s, ?.5 me SN ,4 2 ,M ,, . S . v e N . X Q Q gs Q. 3 Q 253 X we sr P 5 ar X sw z vs s, sb- , ...W its .fy . .. 3, 9 M,-. so ' ,- , :kr f,,--M.. fhzwa,-. lege.. -em .r f, f- - QE' L r1wr.1if fs11f A 'ii' ' Wcfhge Northeast of the campus lies the veterans' co- operative housing connnunity. Established in 1946 by the Federal Coverimient, Polo Village quarters for 2-17 families. To 1'esidenf,-e. a veteran must be student at the Uiiiversitv. A provides living be eligible for married and a 1 comfortable furnished Quonset hut can be rented for S2-1 a month and an unfurnished one for 518. This small connnunity has its own governing body, a co-op market. a nursery school and a waslniteria. . ,Q-if :-1-1. 239 - The POLO VILLAGE COUNCIL consisted of- Row la Virgil Rose. Carl Blll0Cl'iL', Blurvin Northway. How Maurice Stephan. 5-'1 H. MR. AND living room. MRS. TED KAZY are shown in 2: Gail Rogers their comfortable hi .- 'EMF XYliii-h one of thc-so will my clinic dislike 3 - 8 y. l"! .qw- T llulnv xxils m-Yer like this. A SSX l r f' 5 3 'L X , 5 ' fur: .fx 4 W: ' Si 5 is ' - 'bf ' f-I 'frirag Smf:.:5eIx.?' 12-me ' 3:3 iq: :J lbilf the least? Ready to go on an inter-hall date. 466 life If If I ll ll If 1, iiyl ll ll Q '-. ggii ii ii ii immune Xl Il ll KI V ... .- .... ll ll ll 'xg' Ibn- -S ,Xi Qi 'Ax' , i X f ... --.-. i. i lvt, ,, in mul in gi xi,f,xQ, .-qi .1 . 1 .ith ' HER Tl N X anna-anti 1 rl 1' 9 . . . Hand this course, which is also required, comes at T:-10, too!,' -240- S -ll 'Tend , - ,. WE, ' a ff. QS 07gd -S-S 'QHN VlH1lll.'Xl'llIStI'UIl l"i'zrnli DfLlt'l1lllLlll Axim- Hummvl Andy LLll1YL'l' 'fb lfvlm iXl'llISll'IlIlLf Karl Elli-1' Surf Illlllpfvl' Frank Lamuwis Klarry Slicllvnlui-rgwlorly Tlimilpsrm Bolw Fmiluy 11 lllc- Evans Bcity Vlgickgi Bill c,Yl'I' Doug Hlrrcl ' ' . -X ,312 ' ,. , .W 1 ij g nf-ff! ru , S f , X I X X Put Bllllttill Xlilclrucl Cunlmy Anno ,Iolmsun Dun Quigley Biinlcl XVlL'lll'1' Camisa Ciruni Rugs-r Iolmwn K3 Illhos Illko AMUNG STUDENTS Q UNIVERSITIES AND CULLEGES M -242- Tum Cioc-he-tti Hugh Ilarelsun TL-cl Kazy Bcvcrly Surgcnt Incl KVerbe-low Bob Cooncy Virginia Hulvlmrcl HL-my Kiki-1' Buln Sliriftrm 7040 F9 2. S WN N z I W RR ...J ' PIII KAPPA PIII f-Xmlfinllfll Ilm1m'ury SL'llUllI.SAfil' Sm'iz'fy. L'IIIl't'I'.NIlU ow 1: A. Douglass, B. Luz. D. NIHYLIIQITI, II. Nicholson. T. Duuicl. F. Courgul. E. Clad. NI. I Ilumiltou, I. Tluuft. L. Sands. D. Gzlrritsou. K, P1ll'l'iK'I'. I'. I'.13lor4-, Row 2: P. Hudson. L. Holwrts. I Davis. A. All-nd. Ii. Stn-cts. -I. Ong, D. NYiuqlsor. Xl. Culllxu-ll. 1, Iluilugumu. Il. Ilulvlmrcl. C. Piclcrvll. E. Auclcrsou. L. Cray. E, Iluury. Nou' 13: Il. I.vou.mI, XY. Hrvzul. j, 'l'rn-ut. ll. Krum- lxuf. X. 'I'rc1ul1la1y. I. Park. E, Ilviumuu. KI. Yosslmlxlm-r. D. llowvll. l'. Kon-uig. li. lu-llcr. II. ook. Row -la ll. C1'zu'ssvr. I. Xlllllccr, NV. Phillips. L, Grytiug. G. Cnlclxu-ll. S. l3l'llXYll. A. Iruzivr. L. Blitzvr. F, Roy. I". Auclcrwu. nn? 'A X321 'I .L uz PIII BETA KAPPA - .xvllfftllllll Ilmzorury S:'1u1Iu.viic' Society. Libf'ruI Artx Row I: P. Iluclsou. D. xI1ll't1llilI'l. D. NViu4lsor. L. Blitz:-r. A. Douglass. QI. Park, UI. Ong, T. Duuivl. How 2: BI. Culclux-ll. I. Thrift. L, Iiolwrts. bl. Brooks, B. Luz. L, Sands, Ii. Km-ller. L. Cray. How 3: D. Cguritsou. VI. Ilciumuu. IC. II4-iunum. II. Bn-lull. L, flrytiug. B. Moyer, F. Ancls-rson. P. Koenig. Row -1: A. I'Il'LlZll'l'. D. Powa-ll. Cl, Culclwcll. Ii. Aucla-rsou, C. XY11ll1'41ll'. IC. Kurll. II. Cook. BETA GAMBIA SIGMA -- Avtlfilflltll Hmmmrgf Scflolrlxlim' Snvicfy. Bu.xim'.x.s How 1: P. Iluclsou, R. Iflowurcl. B. Hlmoclvs, I. Lconalrcl. A. Scluuidt. I". Couraul. Row 2: E. Tl'lICI'll'l11l'l, A. Nvttlc-ton. C. Stricklcr, L, Gray. C. I-Icrrick, K. Nlurplny, . I , 'Rf K3 fx f i I XFX . - -......m...1 Bow 1: S C. St-imer. jr. Bow 3: L PHT ALPHA DELTA, Lau' Ilmmmry . Xllidclell, R. Bt-rnstvin. D. Corbitt. B. Laizurow. E, Heimnnn. j. Matz. D. Perri Row 2: F. Sugurino. S. Block. L. Allen. H. Ackerinnn. C. Moring. I. Sheen . Folger. C. Hutchinson. R. johnson. J. YYulkcr. I. My-Clure. L. Brown. R. Clemlns Row 4: C. BICCOXVLIH. L. Henderson. Ir.. L, Lieiimiicc. H. Pt-rr5', D. Peterson VI Q PI LAMBDA THETA U'un1Cn'.s' Ijzluultimi Honorary Bow 1: I. Hansen. ul. Butler, F. Klug. H. Hoag I. XV3lSSL'l'l1llll'l. E. Aguilar. Row 2: B. Bitter I. Ilagnn. E. Ilurris. A. Thompson. H, Condit Bow S: O. Mason. NI. Dovcry. I. Brinknieycr XY. Hurclson. II. Rowton. XI. Don. Row 4: L. Hcuklcr. L. Andcrson. E. Seaman. D. Hiatt I. Donor. Mrs. E. L. Riclierson. Mrs. R, L Xlliflv. PIII DELTA KAPPA Mcvfs E.fllll'llffOYl Honorary Bow 1: P. Danielson, E. Andres. R. Kiser. Dr. E. Larson. XV. Daughtry. E. Berger, Dr. G. Nelson Cuclvisorl. Bow 2.2 B. Bowling. C. XVil- lis, A. Higgs. D. Goodson. YV. Donahue, R. Thomas, VV. XVashington. Row 3: V. Hughes. B. Taylor. I. XVillis. P. Suchow. H. Oyamu. wi . -Q 6 I ., V- . ,W VN-..:-ummm-.-Q. . ' r ,vw-.w-up-...- PIII DELTA Pl1I-- LIIIL' 11lVl1UI'llI'U Row 1: J. Haythorncwlnitv. 1. Mills. T. Imam-s. B. Arrlrr-ws, C. Pngnr-.L KI, lI.1tlu.1w113. 'lf Blumlwmtll. H. XI uriscul, B, XVcinst1-in. How 2: C. Ramdolplx. B. Casa: NI. Gran. C Sh-waml. H. Stcwurd. B. Stubbs. . Dodd, K. Benton. J. YYeStm'cr. L. I.lL'kSOll. I. Blvscln. E. Cl.m'wn. H. Iluffuum. D. Iiulsclgmg R. Swiv- ght. S, Perkins. D. Burch. B, Young. ' farmed! Huw 11 S. Full. XY. Zum-lmry. J. Major. E. Iohnstnn. Huw 21 XY. Icnney. H. XY.1tsnn. Y. lJ1C:1'L'gUI'iU, R. XVhitson. Run' 33: II. NYilsun. C. Nlzxclhxllor, B. Bit'SL'l11L'j'l'l'. B. Ulsun. T.-X L' BETA PHI EVl,Qfl'lIl'l'I'fII,! H1lIlUl'III'll Huw 1: NY. Low-loss. XY. Hold:-11. -I. NI.1ior. L. Ilussey. W. Rogers. D. Brown. C. Diefcndori. C. Sclroloy. I. Smith. Row 2: S. It-runimo. H. Svlnvulr-11. T. Chapman. NI. lleilemun, B. Bit'5L'lllGj'L'l', D. McAllister, L. Hess, G. EL-kurt. C. Mun-Kallor. XV. Gem- mcll. How 3: J. Cunningham. E. W XYilson. E. Hay. K. Ilartwe-in. D. Schrunnn. 1. Hickman. D. Paterson. R. Schwartz. II. Krnmlnuf. -245- u 'NSG .59 ua. S? I fsqvl-W5-.. ALPHA KAPPA PSI, professional business fraternity. Row 1: C. Lee, M. Pelletier, H. Buchrnan B. Rhodes. J. Leonard, S. Burns, L, Nitti, C. Herrick Cadwisorj. Row 2: R. Rice, R. Smith F. johnson, H. Sundt. I. Craig, B. Cohen, C. Raticoil, 1. Mitchell Qpresidentl. Row 3: L. Larriva A. Nichols, A. Rabenhorst, A. Pesses, I. Swanick, 1. Haun, I. Lawyer, j. Gill Cadvisorj. Row 4: G. LaDo1nus, XV. Mattison, I. Bodeewes, P. Sidel. J. Gitles. E. Terman, E. Zimmerman HE -x fi ALPHA EPSILON, women commerce organization. Row 1: P. Downer. E. Greeley, F. Emerson, M. Christ, C. Austin, M. Conley, P. Pietrowski. Row 2: H. XVUU, R. Rogers, C. Steele, I. Hgiymure, B. Si-liulze, A. Stn-hhings. VI, Currie. Row 3: M. French. N. Paruto. E. Beeghley, B. Liinuir. E. Kllirner. HHH W C9 PQ ll Pl OMEGA Pl. uoiimiercial teachers' honorary. Row 1: S. Meenun, H. Ahlgreri. D. McRae, M. Savino, L. XVade. Row 2: M. Schneider, P. Suchow, H. Lange-n Laclvisorb. A. Riggs, O. YVilliams. i 3 DEI.'I'A SIGMA PI I':'uff'.x.vimn11 BIlXIllt'.X.S' Fmtz'rniff Huw l. lf. BUlllIlLU'IA. ll. XYilclisl1. l'. Bn ll. Bluixnlull. ll. Bolling:-r. C. Illllllblibll um 2: XY. Launlm. ll. Luwv. C. Fl'L'Il7CIl. I Cu' rull. lf. 11.11-ull-tti. L. Ross. Hmm' 53: I Llll qu-r. Y. Dip-kvrson. D. I,1lIlLfI'll1'I'S. L. Sul Ir. an-,4mmc'cmz How lx XI. Fogarty. A. Burtlctt. II. Gunn P. YOSsliulxlcr. Al, Gunn. ll. Corclis. L. XI: Czlrtncy. A. Buc-bingvr. L. Lopez. B. Sliaf- gurcl. Row 2: XI, Quillermu. C. Romn-ro. L Scgall. C. Barguro, L. Xlcrriam. R. Zmala L. Kilmy. KI. Rlerrium. I. Urrcu. B. Stcven- son, Row 3: I, Lupus. ll .Druuillurd, E Ribble. rl. CE1'C1lIE'lI'Ll, VI. Brooks, C, Alllilyll I. Nunez. B. SLIIICISLIKYIII. KI, XYoncla-r. Xl. Rnd- Y. I..zu'rulJurc. R. Corclla. C. l-Iucscu. nl. Rai riguez. Row -l: C. L11Dc.nnus, AI. Reynolds mos. F. Vasquez. B. Cm-itt. AI. Dauis. Ev-.1 I -Tl -IQ--PB Uk o rw 5 , . ,,z .S if 'sw H 'ir r I . it X 5' -.s-,Q . A - .sg 4' 3,5-o I I .,, I 14565 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS- Row 1: L. Anderson, F. Miller, E, Ray, R. Penn, R. Holmes, VV. Shoe- maker, F. Peres. Row 2: E. Borquist Iadxisorj. YV. Zachery, E. Clarke, T. Cocks, B. NVadlington, WV. Ken- yon. D. XValker, -I. Trammeu. Row 3: R. ,Iiniinez fadvisorl, H. Wilson, R. XValtcr, VV. Proctor, J. Dutton, I. Ilinkel, E. Iolinson. R. Kaestner. Row 4: WV. XVright, B. Shell fad- visorl, D, Sclirannn, C. Larrick, F. XVarner, G. Olmesorgen. 1457715 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS- Row I: A. Yappel, IHonorary Chair- inanl. K. Hanson. LCIIHITIXIRHJ, T. Barnard, R. Cordis. I. Bustrin, I. Major. L. XVood, P. Hussey. P. Tliomtc, D. lleppert. Row 2: S. Martens, M. Antz, jr., B. Robinson, -I. Cliristnias, E. Freer, S. Gifford, F. Astiarzarun, V. Scott, H. YVatson, SI. Montgomery. V. YVidener. Row S: II. Boland, V. Rose. G. Rogers, K. Hartwcin, G. Eckert, P. Augus- tine, II. Ryan. R. Beam. YV. Holden, C. Dic-fcndorf, B. Olson. Row 4: B. ML-Gowvn, L. Martin, C. Hall, M. Stephan, II. Voters. G. Manning, R. II11e-bncr, L. Hussey, R. XVl1ite, N. Morgan. R. Denker. 725 5 ,-4755 INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGI- NEERS anrl AMERICAN INSTI- TUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGI- NEERS- Row I: E. Marston. D. Brown, D. Peterson. J. jones. R. XYl1itson. C. MacKallor. I. Smitli. Row 2: V. Con- verti, R. Fierros. B. Callahan. B. Robinson. XV. Russell, E. Ruterinan. D. McAllister. Row 3: C. XVatson. T. Hall, B. Biesemeyer, I. Garrison, E. Barnum, YV. Rogers. M. Northway, YV. Gennncll. THETA TAU. engineering lronorary. Row 1: B. Olson. T. Barnard. L. XY00cl. Y XYiclencr XY. Ho 'ers A , . 1, . . XYurner. C. Din-fe-ndorf. R. XVhitson. H. XYutson. Row 2: E. Rutc-rman, I. Major. I. Smith, XY. Holden. L. Hussey. D. Brown. C. Sc-lmley. E. Dunn. Row 3: K. Hansen. C. Marn- ning. XV. Zaclmry. L. Ilvss. D. Rad- cliffv, Ir.. L. Snyder, C. Blau-Kallor, XV. Gemma-ll. Row -1: H, Xllhitc. H. VYilsnn. E. Clark. XY. Lou-less. R. Vlllter. T. Cocks. D. Reppcrt. ,-477745 AMERICAN INSTITUTE UF MIX- ING AND NIET.-XLLLIICICAI. EX- GIXEEHS. Iluw I. D. Hung. l'. Dirk- son. C. Ildnsnn. 5. Il'lAUllllllU, XY. Bur- ney. I. Cons. L. HlllWL'IlSfL'lll. Huw 21 Ii. Cartvr. E. Dunn, T. Crum, li. Shi-pllercl. R. Sclmulrtl. L. Snynlur. M. Barnes. Row 3: G. Scluvlw. lam'- returyl. I. Kinnisun, XY, llurxvy. D, Pxzxclcliffc. Ir.. S. Brown. Y. Cry-guriu. D. Brittnin. lprr-sinlmltl. Row 4: D. Hillllllltif. I. Stem-ns. S, Full. I, jones, XY. jurlrley. A. III-nrlriclison. D. 'l'url14-rvillv. ALPIIA PHI OMEGA. me-n's service organization. How I: D, Samclvrs. D. Goebel, R, Dcnlier. 4 president J. E. jones. N. Zn-llsr. A. Van Riper. VI, Cnrclncr. Row 2: I. Frank. B. Royal. I. Lilac-y. P. Hussey. J. Hay, T. Luyclcn. C. Perry. Zn-linik, XY. Spit-s. . rr A n ,, ' t Tb' s H :e Q Q sl I... . L Al ! ZETA Pill ETA fTlvU77ICl1'N Spcvrlz Ilminrury DELTA SIGMA RHO'F4Pl'C'll.S'lC'-S' How 1: UI. Sll7Yi'1'. H. Askcy. T. lhirpst. NI. Zinn. DI. Pago. How 1: H. Kiker. jr.g K. Roseqiiist. Dr. NV. Cable taci- -I. Broun. Rim' 2: Nl. Gunby. AI. Pugh. E. Dick. ul. Dv- visorl. Row 2: C, joliiismi. F. Nlurpliy. KI. Colien. F. Bolt. L. XlcAlt-L-r. C. XXX-t-ks. Rim' 53: P. Ynsskulilcr. S. Bleiiclclsnliii. Duiiolioe. KI. Inglmm. E. Griffin. ll. Higgs. PI DELTA EPSILON - ,ItlllV'l1llll.Yll1 Ilmmmry Row lz I. Tlimnpsun. C. Truliini. AI. Palnii-r D. Martin. A. Johnson. I. DeBolt. D. Pliillips tnclvisorl. Row 2. D. Kinney. XI. Pistnr. F. Driicliiimii. T. Kazy. R. Lt-wis. D. 'l'i1-gaiiimvuii. Il. llgirclson. Row S: C. Lev. D. Lazovicli. I. Crowe. C. Hill. L. Dt-ll.: Betta lprcsimli-iitb. l'NlX'EHSlTY PLAYERS - Druniuiizxs' Row l: T. ll.ii'pst. L. NIL-Ali-Ur. C. XVec'liS. E. Dit-k, ll Higgs. Nl. Zinn. How 2: P. Ifuilcr. P. Kvllnvr. Nl. Ing ligim. I. Bruwn. P. lc-ruiiiv. J. Strwcr. Piigli. Xl. Alws livin-5. Rem' S: D. Hiinsvn. C. Linder. C. Cgirst. li. Lu- NATIONAL COLLECIATE PLAYERS!Dramutivs How 1: D. Hanson. KI. Abosketcs. Row 2: AI. Brown. SI. Ingham, P. 1 Carst. C. Lincler. II. Cook. R. Riggs, XV. Spies. eronie. Row 3: C. 1-xsswwunnn ...J . PHI NIU ALPHA - Mcnls Muxic Honorary KAPPA BETA Pl lllrilzczilx 1.1111 llonor'm'gf Row 1: A. Yun Rip:-r. C. Carroll, Ir.g E. Cox, C. lliuiscn- How lz I. Diiimos, X. l'iIlll7l'lQlllQ, A. Kiippvs. How 2: C. fleck, R. Harrington, ll. Bouvet Cprcsiclcntk. How 2: B. Pivru-. E. Nlorim. Xl. lll'llll2lIlll. Nl. liowiilu-i'g. Sanders, XY. Roberts. R. Maher-. vl. Allwrts. XY. Power, B. Goldberg. Row 53: K. Cllt'CSL'lllilll. L. Lngv. D. Nuclcolls. E. Frcm-li. B. NVcusl, L12 Cljllflljf. l'illAXCAlS Row 1: li. Folsom, Xl. lJrltI'lL'l'i. ll. Lotlnrop, ll. Collmon, ll. 'l'oi'rm, A. SHI' L-lair. B. liciiclicr. llow 2: ll. clllllll, Al. Slniiw. Pi, llc-itzvl, Xl. l'.u'lw11 S. Lrulvr. Nl. Puma P. llvmc. Bow 53. S. L.m's. A. 'lql't'lIll7lAlj. Nl. ljl'l1'l'. X. R1-illy. C. ixlllllyll. B. Luz. C. Lulu-r, X. VlQl'L'llllll.lf'. Row -1: ll. lhimmoml. D. Smitli, A. Bvnttiv, L. Crytiiig. S. Brown. AI. Tirrvll. XVOXIENVS PRESS CLUB 'l'ACllYCAllDlAff5 --- ll-17IIlL'Ill.S' P1I1Il'IIllIl'll Row 1: A. Tliompson. NI. K. Crist. I. DcBolt. How l. bl. KAN, L. Proqtor, -I. Kin-In-rlm. lf. Xl.iL-kliii. How Bow 2: A. johnson, A. llummcl. 2: D. A. StI'lttllllllll'l'. bl. 'lion-gi-1'. S. llllflllt'w, NI. lliuvkim. .V X, .. l A A LIU T 5 Q i A Il vi. if Q 2 E sg, ., , 1' .' nr 1 MQ E b wee J PHI LAMBDA UPSILON -- CfzCIIli.s'z'ry I'1Ul10I'llflf AIXIERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY AFFILIATE Row 1: J. Stills. L. Hiirris. H. Taylor, T. XVest, VI. Davis, K. Nlatsnclu. Row 1: I. Davis, J. Eecl-1, I. Stowell. T. Humphrey, S. Greenberg How 2: XY. XlL'Ciillgl1L'j'. H. Groomer, B, Padgett. F. Anderson. B. ROW 2: J. Fedrick, E. McCray, G. Burney, R. Grote, K. Matsuda Blake. H. Hliodes. Row 3: P. Koenig, R. Keller, H. Fnrneanx. L. K Roberts. N " If 7 ' to , g xl 3 I i f-'13 an I R f FEM VPQV AMERICAN PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION NIL-Kinney. XXI. Ginsburg, B, Quinn, Dr. D. Hawkins, D. Strittinatter, M. Hawkins, I. XVeblJ. NI. Tunitu, M. Harper, A. Piccliioni. H. Bang. R. Groomer, S. Trebolo, C. Bit- torf. J. DuBois, B. Binlk fziclvisorj. Row 3: H. Smith. C. Mingle, B. Reinhard, A. Guttman, B. Serbin, A. Serbin, M. Kals- mnn, XY. Dillon. A. Beller. J. Patterson, Row 1: I. Troeger. S. Hughes. F. Kimberlin. F. Macklin, Huw 2: D. -252- fi J.. ef? , GX gx . , K ' 2 , ci 7F F -iw A 6 I Y V 4 ., Al Wx ig .V 5 3' l 9 ,bra ki ., sw- 'f' 5, ' - I ik 7 ' I 5 1 3 ' ' 'W 5 . . .Q .5 iw ' - . Q' .S I '-1 wx KAPPA PSI' - P11lll'IIlIlL'!l l'II'llfL'I'l1IfU Row I: II. Hun! I.llIYl5Ul'I, .-X. IIICCIIIUIII. NI. Bn-wot. B. XIMQI, Ix. NIur!.m. XI, l.mlt.l. II. .lIlC'Ii. -I. Rl'lIlIl,.lIjLI. Hmm 2: D. I'IK'k'IillII. D. I'.1th-1'srn1. I. Usth-, A. VIIUIIIIIIISIIII, S. I,llI'II.l, XI. urpcr. C. I31ttn1'I, VI. DuBois. Huw 53: NI. I'Q.lINlIl.lIl, fl. Crulm-II, F. Lyull, AI. 'I-IIUHIDNUII, NY. lillxf.-rt. FI. I'.1ttvrwn. II. Hmmm-r. Ii. lilmch-Q. I'III IJEIfI'.-X CIII 'PIIAIIIHLIIU lfllltwrllirqf Hmm' I. D. bhunlw. D. XYL-Islm, -I. CI1.l1'I,mu11114-.111. XY. XYAIIQI-l'. Il IIul'w1tl. fl 'I-dll! Iinm' 2. XY I'Il'I1CIl'IL'IiS. II. HLLIUIIII4-. B. fIIllIIlIl'l'. L. CIIIIII, C. III-11cIl'iL'Ii. I". NYiIwn. X. IIIIIQNIITHII I.llIY1SlYl'I Huw 3: K. Kuulmr. XI. Sm-rling. I. Hin-I..xrQIwn. A. Bm-Ilcr. Il. PM-ll:-11 II. Bam tpu-Qinlf-lmtb A. Hin-In-y. I--f 79? Wi- v -253- AQQW Wada if 2 Y llOAllf ECUNONllCS CLUB limi l: X. Amh-i'. li, B+-ll11ivi', ll, Sclui'iiLlvi', S. ll.irl'is. l'. Callailiqiii. Him' 1. -I. Miiigliii. l'llftL'l't'l'. Al. XYc'i'cli ll. Agciiuili. Xl, l'.irLvr, limi 53: L. Bulin. 5. Hciinvss. l. P:'mlvi'L'iisl. Xl. Xl.ii'ufl. Xl. Nlcisin-i'. RODEO CLUB limi' lx I. llcalriulf, A. Siinley. I. Simpson. I, Darling- ton. Xl. Sniitli. B. Porter. I. Rees, N. FiliiitIiuilt. I. Rue-C. B. Suliulzc. Row 2: T. Hales, P. Bm-wr. L. Priisliu, T llc-ck:-lnmn. I. Km-ip. KI. lkirlicr, L. lliinclli-y. A. Puttvi'. A. llmu-. -l. Clnlclfairli, lluw 3: B. Liinlisc-liur. P. Inlin- snn. l'. Biiyi-r. J. Xuiiwz. T. Xuonuii. I. Darlington. B. Cli-im-ms, A, XY1ii'clm'l41-r. B. Grillitli. N. Osborne. ACGIE CLUB Row 1: VI. lim-ip. T. llc-uke-liiiiiii. 1. Hacc. I. Darlington I. Colvin. S. llnrris. A. Putter. Al. Tozc-r. KI. Sinitli Row 2: C. Loruiice. bl. Burch. O. Anderson, P. Baka- ricli, T. Hales. T. Munson, T. Iiircline, A. Chiles, R PLllIllL'l'. Rim' 3: H. Karel. B. Griffith. N. Brittuin, S Tucker. j, Tout. D. Tucker, R. Nelson, B. Naylor Rim' 41 I. Johnson, E. Briggs. X. Osborne, S. Bunnell I. Willis. Il. Darlington A. Austin. XV. Krygcr, ALl'llA ZE-l-'tx+:l,Ql'lL'lllfll7'llI HlPI1l!I'!II'lj Huw 1: P. Buliiii'icli. B. Blmintjoy. T. Iincliiir-. O. Ander- -mii. NI. Al-Aiisiiry. llnw Z: I. Floclier. S. Sliainnun, R. Kiiiippuiilwrgci'. F. Anclrcw, li. Pailmur. Row 3: J. YVil- lis. Al. Climtiiiii. A. Austin. A. Cliili-s. Fm" X.. .Q 3. fy if x ,. 51 Rl 5- j'D .-XLPII.-X RIIO 'l':Xl'-Art Hmmrzlrqf Huw 1: KI. Kircllw. L. Crvmmfivlcl. I. TIllYlllLlN. F. l5lAidgL' Huw 2. K. Immun. E. Cmwlw. DI. Klillvr. A. Blizzard. H. II.1rtm.m SICKI.-X DELTA PI'--Sjllllli-YI! Ilunfmzry Row 1: A. Boubingcr. E. Gnd. P. Nllllifllilf. II. Xicllulson. How 2: D. Saba. I. Reynolds, R. DiCL-nso. K.-XPP.-X KAPPJX PSI'-.Umllyx Bmul IIu1lu1'11r'U fluldlsrrg, Hmm' 2: H. Yt'1lQt'I'. D. Cmrdrig-ll. ll. Lungvn mlm, li. llnrringtou. D. Nm-kullx, li. Xlalwc. 12 SIGMA ALPHA IUT.-X-wU'f11r14'l1'.x lllfsic lI1lllHl'lIl'U . Q sc' , . idguud. Hmm' 2: . Xlrmfiju. L. Illlllliitiill, fx I XI I1 Il P H I Patrick. B. Afm,-ku. NI. Xlinnrcl. XI. Pnclilld. xx' 1: ll. I'w1lvn'r, S. lflill. B. Blmx' 1lJI'L'NiLlL'Iltm. Cl. SQ-lmlcy w 1: B. Cjlllltkflillfy. I. XIuCuuncll. P. IJiCuwlu. J. Bllflli i i i I I I. x 4 13 A - - f- PI DELTA P111-A-Fl'L'IlL'll 110110111111 PI MU EPS1LONfMufllermllics Honorary Row 1: BI. Patrick. A. 'I'rc-iiilwhiy. B. Luz. K. Folsom. C. Lester. Row 2: Bow 1: B. Meyer. BI, Kairlin. J. Householder, E. Hickman, V ij A. Beattie, B. Hiimmoml. L. Cryting. S. Bruwii. X. ri-l'C'll11J1klY. D. Smith. Kriuuer. R. Crucssci. Bow 2: M. Heileman. D. Bundell, C Eckert. B. Tliomiis, L. Snyd--r, C. Sciioley, Row S: XV. Rogers B. Denkcr. B. Bicsciiu-yur. B. Robinson. I. Hulet. L. Kyle. a 1 RED CROSS ALPHA EPSILON RHO-Local Radio Honorary Row 1: P. Daum, S. Pinkerton, J. Page. Row 2: J. Mednrt, Row 1: M. Cumby, M. A. Abosketes, S. Donohue. Row 2: D. C- Hill fCh2ii1'mC1l1D. Hansen, M. Ingham. Bow 3: B. YViener, L. Cole. Row 4: L. Szmner, C. Kieckliefer. i 1 1 -255- xxx Eff . S f Dhfinf. fl.. PHILOSOPHY CLUB RANIBLERS - - HIKING CLUB ROW 1: Park, R. Yates, P. Browne. II. Heath. Row 1: B. Mulkins, B. Srigley. NI. Morrill. Cl. liulmpla-ll. li. Cgttmiit. Row 2: A. Taylor. R. Yates. D. Bailey. Dr. Brctuall. V. Bohn-r. C. jones. How 2: S. Pratt. I. ltnhimon. A. Nlussvr. CI. Perry, D. Hollingslxeaul. M. Marsh. T. llnlcs. Huw 53: N. VVillim11. K. Dyer, C. Lough. R. Royal. D. Acres. ll. Clmixlg. S. Shammm. INTERNATIONAL CLUB Row 1: Z. Zarins. Latviag F. Cohen. Camzdng R. Agcaoili, Plfilippirmsg E. Marsh. U. S. A.. I. Urrcu. Mexicog C. Karamichos, Greeccg L. Lopez, Jlcxivoz S. St-rkis. Iruqg E. Luitzcnlmllt-r. Austria. Row 2: XV. Ahdnb, Syriug T. Czugiulo, lf. S. A.g C. Amuyn. Vwzvzzzvlflg C. Cnlvia. Culmnlzizzq BI. Al-Ansary. Iraqg A. A1-Khafaji, Iraqg F. Peres, India: A. Nagtnlon. PlIfIi1Jllfl1L'.S'g H. Fciemhend. Ger- many. Row 3: H. A. Kareem. Imqg T. Morgan, U. S. A.. R. Sundoxxxl. Ilondurusg D. M. XYalker, Englandg C. Seah, British Maluyag H. H. Ozbeck, Turkcyq F. Yusqucz. Mcxivog A. Y, Saracoglu, Turkey. Row 4: K. K. Kang, Koreag V. Larrabure. Pcrug T. Lee. British Mnluyug S. Mic-halis. Greeceg L. Curtis, Canadag H. Akol, Turkeyg S. Kassir, Iraq. -257- SKI CLUB Row 1: K. Lange, M. xVlIl1CI', L, VVagner. M. L. Meyers, D. N, Erickson, L. Berry, B Goff, J. Blanchard, 1, Hedrick. Row Z: Al. Brown. K. Muirhead, S. jackson, I. Tozer M. McCaffrey, P. A. Peek, M. Nicholson. S. Stillman. Row 3: XV. Lamb. C. Regester B. Schuttler. D. Breckenridge, J. Candert, B. McDowell, P. Tidmarsh, B. Tre-at, D. Gat- lin. Row 4: I. Dalton, B. Royal. 42? ANTHROPOLOGY CLUB Row l: S, Sklar, M. Innes. C. Abell, C. Ritter. Row 2: C. Brusse, C. Ellis, L. Pruslia, J. Lippincott. Row 3: I. lngmunson, C. Cnttanncli, V. Clyde, P, Frick, L. Cale. - 258 - , I ' FN Q DHD 26Z5Q5MM 12591 with ip' ., . bp . I A -1 ., 2 L 2 ,. ' 5 'A' ,:f"7": ' 9 ' 'ZITI' if . E 1 41 - 4 Row 1: D. Polk. V. Dunham, P. Downey, F. jontig, P. Herron, M. XVilli31'I'lS, E. Clad, D. Deuss. Row 2: P. Hordiner, 1. Cuhhage, C. Amaya, L. Hundley. P. Vosskuhler, A. Barker, C. NVard, H. Heath Ipresidentl, I. Park, C. Nelson ladvisorb. The Student Religious Council is composed of two representatives elected from each of the seventeen memher groups recognized on campus. The purpose is to further interdenominational and interfaith understanding and co-operation on campus and in the community. Major ac- tivities sponsored hy the SBC included the All-University Picnic and the Campus Call to Religion VVeek. The picnic held in September provided an opportunity for new students to meet the upperclassmen and to become ac- quainted with the religious group of his choice. Under the direction of Terry Tice. the Campus Call to Religion Week held in February featured seminars and classroom discussion groups on major issues. XVESTMINSTER - METHODIST Bow 1: Il. Hennessy, I. Stowell, F.. Dick, L. Knagge. H. Coykendall, A. Moyer, A. Shuford, M. Grafton, P. Marin, B. Bennett. Row 2: Hcv. J. Prichard, T. XValkcr. ,l- Cross, J. Pal- ser. NI. XVhitc, B. Hay, I. Tencer. T. Grafton. D. Baker. B. Owen. Row 3: L. Edmonson. B. Fredrick, B. Bing- ham, J. Park, J. XValker, S. Shirey, H. Hing, R. Grehner. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Row 1: P. Downc-y. B. Baillie. C Horsliy, C. RIC,-Xllister. B. Horsky. Row 2: L. L.llTll1. C. Sllvparnl. C. R. llunson. L. XY, Ormuncl. L. Cray. B. llill. C. R. Furnl. Q .lr C.-XNTERBUHY CLUB Episwpzzl Church Row 1: A. Summers. Nl. Hulyllarcl, N. :XlLl1'l'lIl, P. Herron. I. Jacobson, C. Clark. Row 2: S. Summers, I. Nlaclcligau, Rev. I. XV. Ellison, M. ClmSC. H. Heath. - I 9 CIAXIIIBELI. KILLB lfzswf cvllflkflllll f'l11m'l: lluxx' l. Nl. A. Cllllllh. ll. lfullu D llulli. l'. lliclgmmcl, A. llillAlil'l'. llmm l'XlIlIl"'. C4 ONS 4 -261 In Cl IIILLEI. --- ,lL'u'i.s'l1 fvlyllllflllffklll Iww 1: G. Rnliculf. ll. Sturm. ll. Potter, R. Llmrlic-l'1, I. Culm, B. Nlurrisou, H. XY01in. J. 5TL'l'I'1fiL'ld. P. BUTIIILIIL X, Bc-llmm. J. Fusslvr I Hirsll. L. Brmvn. How 2: XI. Bl'ilYil'0H. AI. Xvim.m. C. XYUIH. S. Elpcrn. D. Lcruor. B. l.u'kc1'. A, Bl'L'llllL'l'. E. Kaplan. A. Mugclovitz, X lxl ll D lx Mm J Z . "1-'g. . I-ssxlclx VI. Hurt. 1 ' IW: -csuu. C. Svgul. S. ClYl1L'I1. B, lhllclull. Xl itklllllll. F. SL'l1ll5tCl'lll1lIl. B. Szcrlip. S. kklplllll, H. .'xlL'XLll'lllL'I'. 1, Licbcrmzm. Mrs. M livrnmn. Nlrs. A. Clflildlllilll. UNIVERSITY XAZAHEXES xv 1: D. 1'L-rrin. B. Conn. B, Olin-r. B. Conn. C Turnvr. B. Turm-r. Y. Griffith. I. Perkins, Huw 2: W LUTI IERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION Huw 1: A. Zimmerman. C. Vlird, E. Glad ll. Bish, E. Clad. Huw 2: B. Luz, L. Cryting E. RL-trum. Ir.. Il. XYucsuln. L. Scmle. R4 Ulixm-. EPXYOHTII CLUB -- Mctllntlisf J. NCNYIIIHII, XI. Huck. C. Freur, K. Yam Sant, I. Thomas. -262- YEXYXIAX CLUB Clvllzulii' m,- -. .1'-. .,.-11iyi,...aj... l'lriL'l4sUi1. Xl. llalliii. lj. ll4.'L'X1'. ll, Blxwiligi. illfm 1 ll llnicl. l. Cf.il1iilix. ll. C.ili11iix, J. l',l'I'lSl. CI. l31uil.i. Cf. L+-li.uill. fl. l'iif-ntw. .-X. Lipiiislxi ll. liuylll. l i i . "AFA F5 "liar- .' , L 'C' QW w XYESLEY CLUB - ,X1i'tfwzli,xt limi' l: R. l':llit'lll71.'l'l'j'. S. Harris. L. Cin-iiliin-lcl. lf. juiilig. I. C.ill.ili.m. NI. XYllllLllIlS. A. XX'isu- imiii. C, Xlilsoii. Huw Z: H. -lllHL'Ilf'L. -I. Craig. R. Limbuii .C. lloming. K. FlUl'l.ll1. C. Ettcr. Row 3: D, Bailey, C. Nlillvr. C. Dysliii. XY. XIui'rimii. H. Lmigc-iiluuiuli. limi' 4: D. Xlwla- ri: D, Lmigciilmiigli, 'lf Culmluigc. rl. Ciilmlmgs, P. Xliirtin. ll. Tliniimx. ROGER XYILLIANIS FUHUXI - Brlptisf Y l':XHKlQli CLUB - l'1iiI11riuu Row 1: L. llzill. E. Xluirls. N Bovlilv. B. ClllltC'l'lIllTj'. I. Huiiclx. XI. Q Smith. Row 2: C. Morton. XY. Klliitc. Y. Dunliam. P. Xxlllillll. bl. limi' 1: NI. .-Xi1tx.l,lUI1Ch- li 5l1ll'l. D- DVHSN Ogflpq C,Quim1, llmx' 1: D. lfriiii. Hn-x. D. Fi-im. U. lxliiisx. -263- licm 1: l'. X imkiililw. X. Duns. Xl. l.,Lll'lQC'l'. lu. Ability. ll1IllI'lQt'. C. llllllt, R. S.llIllli'lNH1l. ll. Tuiiss. X, lh-illy. limi' 2: L, X Lulu-.t. Xl. N14-yvix A. Clmwr. A. Spgiiilnlingf. i-xgii, .-X. Spmvig l'. lj-llllll. H. Nh.-rin. ll. lim-liiii. l'lLlL'llllf' .-X4lx'iwi'. Mrs. Xlgimiim-i'iti,' Blil- xx' 51: lgitlivi' l". Clll1'I'j'. il. Cci'ql1vil'gi. H. B lei Y Y N 4 F 1 Y N E Y i E X 1 P 2 I Y A 1 Y z.-u"""AV"""l'-wg.,- Arizona Arizona Arizona Arizona ' --1..-K.. 4 f. ,gr-A " "":a,,1g4'Zh gy N' , 5 5 ' 'Q-vang E . 'S I, 13 ,Q 'Fins-,.... I 1 in-B Coach Bob NVinslow ended his coaching career at Arizona with a December resignation. Al- though NVinslow's contract had six months to run. his resignation came as no great surprise since alumni groups, stung by the Texas Tech and the Tempe slaughters, had sent up a clamor for his release. Followers of Arizona football everywhere were asking themselves why the wealth of material gathered in the XVildcat camp over the past two years failed to produce a win- ning team. Many answers were pre-supposed. including the failure of many gridders to main- tain eligibility. the alienation of the team and student body. and the Arizona football system in general. The 1951 season ended with a six win, five loss tally. XVinslow's three-year record at Arizona was twelve wins, fourteen losses. and one tie. 1 V4v P is Ill I Q .ZLQLNY ' T ' 1. . ff? ,A . i C "I my " vs., ' x h . ,V gg n , C0 ACH B OH WIA YSL O X I , Bin Glazief is C0ngf3fY11f1fed bE' Covernqr Jim Donarski made the All-American second Howard Pyle after fefelwng the Governors team for his outstanding performances pl u Award for the most valuable player. ing guard. "W-4 saaf-'rvxwywgxs N , bwrgyr ,,w:xQ.f,-.::g..:,:G5g::.'--ww-za'-, .,,-wx:.,g..'Q.www. ,wg ,- "wa . . f-.,:X.,tg MQ NSR W as Q xx? we Y N. V- , - X N-.,.f.:.u..:.mrsqX.wx:z:,q-q::, 4 ' NED MATHEXVS BIICIQCICIII Coach A YP Z5 10939 4' Cffo WS' X 'gud' 0290 If L k QNX L OQC6 L 74446410011 The YYildCats take the field -268- ROLLIE KUIIEL takes a short pass and is dumped by Mendoza, the Aggies' two-platoon freshman end. 747430046 - . 776 14577175 Led by a quartet of fast backs and a wicked defensive line. Arizona's XVildcats uncorked the 1951 football season with a 67-to-13 victory over New Mexico A. 61 NI. Bobby Hart. Eastern Ari- zona transfer. Started the scoring with a 67-yard end skirt on his first carry for Arizona. Ken Gar- della. sopb swifty, added two six-pointers on spinning runs of 30 and 56 yards. and Frosh Dean 1XIcKown returned a punt 50 yards for another score. Gil Gonzales of frosli fame. and Dave Richards, last years defensive ace. also sco1'ed. Gil went 13 yards and Richards traveled -1-1. Burly Arnie Burwitz tallied twice-on a three-yard plunge and on a bulling 18-yard drive. Quarterbacks McCauley and Miller each threw a touchdown pass. Nic-Cauley's going to Sid Davis and Nlillers to Dick Christiansen. Donarski kicked six conversions out of eight attempts and Hudgins made one of two. The passing of Slingin' Sammy NIL-Gowin was the Aggies' only potent weapon as Arizona's charg- ing line and sharped-up secondary completely snowed A. ik Xlfs spread and winged T forma- tions. The New Mexico team gained more yards through Arizona penalties than it netted on total offense. Looking good on defense for Arizona were Xlartin, Lowry, Donarski, Tonz and End Allan Stanton, who recovered two fumbles leading to touchdowns. XVIL GONZALES DICK CHRISTIANSEN BOB GHONINGER DAVE RICH ARDS Back End Bllfk Buck '41 'L 1, A. -, . lk ,',L1. , , . . M...rrifi,'i't'-'W' . E ., wacpnuggti iyawt ,. K 5 r 5:95 'A .- i Viii 1' f' , , 'f -- V fi ,OES ALL WL "T red af me tu , A .QXOXVA G L Stanton. PW ?1EiBi1sNkLPunlt'riEIlli-lliis Iclolrhiliig HP hard' t . ,. -Q1 ' Bisl tiene Nm- I Utah Quarterback Tom Dublinski staged an aerial carnival as Arizona fumbled six times and and Redskins from Salt Lake whipped the YVild- cats. 27 to T. The half-time score was knotted at T-all following a scoreless first stanza. but Arizonas wavering pass defense crumpled in the second half. Utah scored first on a 15-yard pass from Dublinski to Bernson after a VVildcat fumble set up the play. Kalani converted. Ari- zona fans had their only opportunity to cheer just before the half ended as Ken Cardella picked up a punt and handed off to Dean NIC- - 7564427 Kown. The perfectly executed reverse was good for 64 yards and a touchdown as the frosh back tight-roped down the sidelines behind good domifield blocking. Donarskfs boot split the uprights to tie the score. An Arizona drive in the third quarter stopped with a fumble on Utahls 25. A sustained Redskin drive resulted in Cross scoring from one foot away. Kalani failed to convert. Arizona's last bid to stay in the game was halted on Utah's 41 when a fourth- down gamble failed to produce a first down. x N XX, LEO ERANDT C"'a'd End 2. GENE KINISKI End CARL WEILER Tackle 5:1-x 8 ur guy Mtv V f. :N FIGHT, TEAM. FIGHT! . . . XYil Gonzales and jim Donarski coming up to stop Dennis Sullivan L2-1 lb as he attempts an end run. 'agenda 27 - A fighting band of Arizona XVildcats came from behind to lead twice in the first half but finally fell to the Oregon XVebfoots at Eugene, 39 to 21. Arizona held the Coast Conference club by tak- ing a T-to-6 first-quarter lead and a 221-to-20 half-time advantage. Oregon scored on the first series of downs it handled the ball. with Camp- bell taking a Tom Noyikoff pass in the end zone. Arizona countered with an Ed Nliller passing attack which culminated in an Il-yard touch- down pass to Leo Brandt. Donarski booted the extra point. In the second quarter Sloan scored for Oregon on a pitchout play that went for I3 yards after Noyikoffs coffin-corner kick kept the YVildcats in their own back yard. His con- 5 version made it I3-to'T. The next time they got the ball. the coast crew scored again, with Dun- ham throwing to Campbell. Then. with less than two minutes left in the half. the 'Cats struck twice. Martin intercepted a pass on the Oregon -13 and Gil Gonzales led the way to the two-yard line. Cardella carried it over and Donarski kicked the point. Soon after the kickoff Nlartin recovered a fumble on the Oregon IG. Cardella again scored around the end with a Nlctiauley- Glazier pass paving the way. Donarskis toe made it 21-to-20 at half-time. Freddie Klartin. linebacker. was Arizonas defensive star. Be- sides setting up both second-period touchdowns. he made a lion's share of tackles. BILL GLAZIER KURT STORCH SHERRILL SILAS ALLAN STANTON End Back Center Back Vg KURT STORCH POVVERS OVER from 11 yards away to give Arizona its first touchdown against NVest Texas. ' 287- Wea' amd 75 XVith a Mom and Dad's Day crowd watching, Arizona's erratic ground game finally clicked and the ,Cats pounded out a 28-to-13 victory over XVest Texas State. Kurt Storch, Gil Gonzales, Ken Cardella and Don WVallendorf moved for yards through the gaps which ,Cat linemen blasted in the Buffaloes' wall. The scoreless first period was tight defensively and saw the Buffs repel two deep penetrations by Arizona. just before half-time, Storch scored on an 11- yard off-tackle slice which capped an unbroken T2-yard trek. Donarski kicked the first of four conversions to put the ,Cats ahead, 7 to 0. at the intermission. The Texans came back hard. marching 68 yards downfield to score after tak- ing the second-half kickoff. Airhart scored from the two, and Poindexter converted. Arizona, sticking with a now-consistent ground game. moved 64 yards to another touchdown, VV allen- dorf scoring. In the last quarter, Gonzales scored from two yards away after he gained 49 yards in a thrust which carried for 59. Late in the game another long Arizona drive bogged down from penalties on the YVest Texas 32. Taking to the air, McCauley fired a 14-yard aerial to Brandt and then hit Christiansen in the end zone. Airha.rt scored again for the Buffs on a short plunge after a pass interfer- ence ruling set up the play. Arizona's entire defense was impressive-particularly Linemen VVeiler. Deen and Lewis, a frosh guard, and the ever-reliable trio, Martin, Stanton and Donarski. STEVE FARRIER BOBBY JACKSON End Back BOB HUDGINS LARRY BOVVERS Guard Tackle pews 1 :- f-,P l I1 ,. A, . '- H, '--.. .. 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Scouts termed this the worst game Arizona had played to date, but Martin, Deen and Donarski came in for praise for their defensive chores. 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KEN 110017 l'llI1, 111ml-1101175111 Cll11l111 iIl11l1'1l 011111 1111- Y1'11 XI111111 111111 5111-1 lK111.11'11-1111111 A111111 S1.lIl1'1l 1 1lI'N1 q.11111- .11 1111- l11I.ll'11'IA 11111. 1111 11.1111-11 1111' GSH j.ll'l1N. 111111 11111111 15 11111 111 23 11111'l111s. W T f Y .LQ x',... 1 , ..,,,.,, wx' nkoxx Hs waxy dx fads' winding tio Hun wwmiufl pu Q-Mg-1-vixxg, suc I Pom You 4 Girls gxddiwi, uuhw ko thc VVATCH IT ALA,v , LI Stnmto ' '1 CSU is about to b e trapped I1 3' fWo . onxuslung Vandals from Id I 310. "'2'76... kit- A - i IJ'-L1-31 .'. I-sf'p'f 1 'fl f' hlfv. ' ' in in I X L nv . gruddl - . UVNX ' ' x mlrlllcung nu n .L-uni Card ft The University ot' Arizonals lloniecoiningg ended note as the 'Cats on an unexpeetedlx' happx' houneed haek froni the Tempe disaster to up- set the Vandals from Idaho, 13 to 6. Earls' in the first quarter it looked like Arizona would he routed again after a had start when Stantoirs punt was blocked on the XVildeats' QT. On the next play. however. Martin reeorered a Yandal ' rixona then launched a touchdown drive starting from their own 26. Stanton eonis pleted four straight passes for 65 yards and Gil Gonzales finally seored from the 2. Donarski niissed the conversion. The half ended at G to 6 after Glen Christian seored on a pass intereeu- turnhle. A l tion. A had pass troni center niutted the eon- version attenipt. In the second li ottensive platoon showed little more than their alt Idaho's lane llopst happilv reeeixes - or ' ' XX tutorial V, uiltllll i il. Ill0lC5lilIl trousers, hut their defense was toulfh .-. . During the gaine Arizona inade tire penetra- tions inside the Yandal 20-yard line, while the ldahoans got that close only twiee. Shortlv he- lore the llllkll gun Arizona scored on a pass' play that had Clil Clonyales th i ' tl ' l l'lXX'lHQ,' it wall, Ilis i reeeixer was Bill Clayier. who niade a iuggling eateli in the end zone to win the game. lJOIl1ll'- ski toed oxer the s . .uperfluous extra point. After the game the players knelt on the field in forma- l ' I It X B E wlnlt thu l low tion to smell oi 5 - toward the press hox. 'lh ' ' - J" howec ' i ey were alluding to Alre Lhanin. loeal sports editor. who blasted teain and eoaeh after the Tempe game. and who, like ahnost everyonix had pielxed Idaho to heat the XYildeats. 2 Y thi ,rand prwe trophy lroni Doug Varcl Ysing their newly reeeixed lrlaulsets are tour ineinhi-rs ol' tht llllll for Alpha l'hi's winning tloat. teani' Cl P ulsii lim nitu S ,ay 1' " .l 15' u ref. Leslie llillett and l"red Chri r "ff 7 JIM CULINDELSBEHGEH Buck KEXIl'Ell HARLEY Tackle GARY SHIFFMAN Back BOB HART Back BOB TARXVATER, Tempe back, is romping for yardage against the 'Cats hehind good blocking. Andy Matesic has just knocked down Freddie Mar tin and Don Patrone moves in to take out Kurt Storch. ' 75- empe It was a long, cold trip hack from Tempe for the Arizona VVildcats, for the Sun Devils of Tempe. inflamed with an unquenchable "beat the U" spirit. trampled the XVildcats G7 to I3 for their third and most decisive victory over Arizona in as many years. Even the efforts of newly discovered Quarterback Allan Stanton were all hut fruitless as the inspired Tempe eleven dominated the play hoth offensively and defensively to hand the IVildcats their worst Border Conference defeat in history. The first time the Sun Devils got the ball. on the opening kickoff. they marched 94 yards in ll plays for a touchdown with 4 minutes and 25 seconds gone in the first quarter. The second Tempe score came just a couple of minutes late1'. In the second quarter Arizona finally got into the game when it passed its way from its own 20 to the Tempe -14. Stanton then heaved a pay-off toss to Richards, who gathered it on the 3 and ran across. Arizona got its final tally late in the last quarter. The XVildcats made their hest offensive showing when Shiffman and Freshman Don Beasley sparked a 5-I-yard drive to the Tempe ll. Shiffman circled left end on a boot- leg, to score. Fans were already leaving Goodwin Stadium due to the light drizzle when lVelker sped 51 yards to the Arizona two-yard line to set up the final score. ED NIILLEH ,UNI DONARSKI Huck Guard vw 5. . -278- 07' Qs 93 BUDDY LEXYIS BILL lJlflCX lizklll. El,L1'lll Guarrl Tllrklf' lluvlf Magma 75 - Qdldivt ' and Before 3.000 sllivclillg fans at .'kl3ilt'l'lL'. .axlllllllll l:UllQllt tllv llltl'tllII-Slllllllllllbl Cowboys to a standstill lwlorv 5llL'Cl1llll1lllQ,, 14 to 13. Tllt- Illlllllll ol xit-tory wa sa blocked COI'lYt'l'SlOll attcnlpt, followillg Ll llacl Sllllp l'I'UIll ce-lltvl: .'XI'lZUllll1S final scorv Cllllli' in tllc last 45 scconcls ot play on an 11-yarcl Lit'l'l1ll to llonnit' Kllllkl. lt was one of six Stlllltilll-10-Kl1lll'l colllplvtions wllicll lt-tl .'xI'lZ0ll1liS passing attack. The YYiltlcat Llt'l'1'HSlYt' platoon re-pvlle-cl fl1I't'l4 llc-vp Cmlwlmcly clrircs ill tllc first llalf. lint lvlllklllf' lt-t Bobby l'llll't pllt tlll- Xllltlcllf-s 111161111 on a 16-yarcl l'llIl aftcr lie llatl COIl113lC'l'k'Ll tlll'1'0 pllsst-s. Tllv llall ellnlcml witll Jxfllllllll on Htll'Lllll-SlIl1lI1Ol1S' fillll'-Y2ll'll lim- Llllll tlle scorl- T to ll. ixlllllllil tit-tl tllt- scorc II11LlXV1ly in tllc tllircl 11llLll'tL'I' XYlll'Il Dale lllL'll2lI'Ll5 sn-orvcl on llll 6lLflll-Ylllll mlriw. Tlil- GT-yarcl f0LlCllLlOXYIl lll1ll'Cl1 was lt-cl by two Sttlllttlll-Klll1t'l passl-s LlI'lLl tllu l'lIIll1l1lLI of llic'lla1'tls illlll Gil Clonzalc-s. Donarski kickccl tlln- Q-ollx'cl'sion. .X fOlll'fl1-f1Ll2l1'1'CI' llllfillll-SlIlll1lUl1S 1'lll't'llt was stoppvtl on tllm- Jkflfllllll T XVll1'lI Ken Hood intercepted a pass. lll tlll- LLLIIIIUQS warning lIlUIllk'lllS, Arizona 11111119 its llicl for a tic score. Starting at llliclfil-ld. tllc- 'Cats lllou-tl to tllv Cowboy 11 on four conlplctc-cl passe-s from Stanton. The-ll Cillllt' Klllll'llS ls-apinq 4-att-ll ill tlls- llncl Zone. D0narski's kick was lllocltt-tl aftcr tllv pass l'l'Hll1 clllltm-l' Ullllll' ill too lligll. ,TIM CUEXDELSBERCER 0181 is swarnicd upon by a llost of Hardin-Simlnolls llllCll1L'11 as llc cracks lett tackle. Otller identifiable Arizona players are jim Donarski 16111, Bill Glllzicr 1822 and Karl Eller Q4-lj. -279- BRL'CE Mt-CAL7I,liY Bark DON XYgXl.l,ENDUl1l Burk DON BE.-XSLEY Burk Blflll,lf LLLOBI C't'IlIl'r ff' ggi- 1, 1 ,- ,nw 'fl . if 1 1 1 . I 3 , - 1+ -, A leitl dell K W DMX Run , esxstavfev , lhis W0 3' 5 JUL . "QI Lcenter Xl'xwxQUY Chalkiirlilib-X aw::,.g.r4 K f ann K ' ' 52 - "Zi During the Christmas holidays the ,Cats iourneved to Honolulu wh 1 th f , e'e ey posted a 32-to-21 victory over the light but scrappy University of Hawaii Rain- bows. Arizona hailed at half-time, 14 to 6, with Leo Brandt scoring just before the gun. A three-touchdown splurge in the third quarter iced the game for the mainlanders. The VVildcats clowned out the rest of the fray with the defensive platoon playing on offense and vice versa. A typical switch had Linebacker Fred Martin carryin tl b ll ' ' . 1' g ie a as a bruising fullback in the last frame for the Red and Blue. BOB IARVIS Back "3" JIM COLE DEAN MCKOVVN BOB ANDERSON JOHN LOWRY Back Back Tackle Tackle --280- c Coach Sancct plans the next games strata-gy with lfrosh Qi1.irtei'lmt-ks Fred Shnh tleftj and john Lewis lrightl. For the third consecutiye year the XVildkitten gridders went undefeated. Playing an ahhreyi- ated three-game schedule this year. the Frosh swept to victories over Eastern Arizona Junior College. Phoenix College and El Camino junior College. They amassed 107 points to their op- ponents, 6. A Border Conference ruling: this year enabled frosh to compete on the varsity and many Kittens made the big hop from high aaifafl school to college hall. Seeing the most action among these were Bohhy jackson. Don Beasley and Dean Blcliown. hacks. and Buddy Lewis, a guard later shifted to tackle. Nlany others broke into the yarsity line-up as the season pro- gressed. Leading grouncl-gainers for the year- liiigs were: Al Iaryisi 155 yards in 43 carries: Carl Beard. 1537 yards in ilicarries, and Bohhy jackson. 121 yards in 22 trips. V SEASONS RECORD Frosh .... 52g Phoenix College ,,,, 0 F1-0511 M411 E A 1 e tssssts..s.s,t,.. . 6 Frosh ,... l-15 El Camino I C ..r. O NINE VVILDKITTENS get into the picture as four of them jump all ox er a Phoenix College carrier. POA . CIlfLS'41r:': Hun' 1: Ymnm- Ulzclc, 13 1.1431-alll. H1m'2: Diruu' Br'-uw-, .x1I'l'll!'ll' A I PON' 1-x' Cuff Bobbie Bos rum, Slzirlr-5' Fmnkli 7570 i N I j -r r , ! jcr. Urge Parker, Cai n. Donna Dec-In-r, fum-t Elsfbldf-r. WW mr-S Q f 'I ,, rre 'Na 9 ,llnr. 4 2 lk Stf 3 'I4-y, ,lun RUINW' lru lm: I-" ' Bob Baer' 1ElTlv b Hayes, Vaughn Hom Bo -232- QNHNASSQGQQQQ 'YI - .,. , Q V , Q "" X-. W... an , - .f -I 1 X Y - X ,SM-,P , 1' 'J' N : gf: N'N'yff,'5! Q l , , ' 4 ll ' '-in, "x , -'wig - 1, QRfSgggwGQ ,f v.'5:i,,?:"g',,s1C? ,ah ... 4 J N. ' '--,Q 4.1- " vw ., , s N we X UQ..-.. ax. " NPQMM-n I ,kr ..' M :,A ' I 'S-I., P' .Mvfwv , Ny: , , , ,V ,, ' I M :' : . lE : v :"'i.. N fy. X ' CCACH FRED ENKE In his twenty-seventh season at UA, Coach Fred Enke saw the Cats post a relatively dismal seasons record. The Border Conference cham- pions of the past six years slipped into a fourth-place tie with lowly Tempe this season. A contributing factor to this demise was the loss, during the season, of three top flight forwards. Dave Schuff was drafted, jim John- ston gave up the sport on the advice of doctors, and Hadie Redd was declared scholastically ineligible at the beginning of the second se- mester. Redd, a freshman all-stater from Carver, had been moved up to the first five and per- formed well on the eastern trip. In the Border Conference Arizona won six and lost eight games, scoring 907 points to their opponents' 919. They finished behind third-place Texas Tech and New Mexico A 61 M and West Texas who tied for first. Coach Enke presents the "most valuable playern award to Roger Johnson at the basketball dinner, John- sons admiring teammates crowd around to scc the award. -284- Bac-lc row: Boli Hayes tinanagerb, Torn Cash, Iolin Bruner, Darrell Bruner loin Sli nuniltu lun Dillon Ro mi lolrnson XVeb Small. Sicl Kain. Gerry Cittles Cinanagcrl. Front row: Fred Enlte CL nrtlrl B ilu ll: gl n Cla rrl Ltltiult Bill krm nicries. Dave Scliuft, jack llowell, Oscar Islast Iiuuny Iolrnstou. 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Tempe ,....,..,.,,,,,....,,,,.,,, -285- 5-l 46 68 T6 60 62 61 71 10:3 S9 73 98 T8 57 453 55 59 70 59 69 79 S4 66 58 65 S7 KXUXY xx - . lm - 7 tb flu LAX 1, X lnat to do now. ,jtirizona opened its defense of the Border C i'1:'1'c'llCA' t'l ' ' on- L It e lt had held for th e past six years with a three-game home stand. The XVildcats swept all three games. First, they polished off Flagstaffis Lumherjacks 70-57. Redd and john- son had 17 each in this one. It was in this game that freshman forward Eli Lazoyich broke into the varsity line-up for the first time. Next the "Enkemen" beat Hardin-Simmons 55--13 in a rough game which saw the lead Change hands several times. Arizona broke loose to widen a one-point lead in the third and tu1'n the game into a runaway. Kemmcries had 2-1 and Howell 15 as Arizona connected on 41 per cent of its field goals. The ,Cats then pulled an upset, beating Texas Tech TT-68. Tech took an early lead hut was tied up 33-33 at the halfway mark. AriZoua's starting five played the entire game without substitution, and they all hit the double figures, This is how they scored: Redd 18, Kemmeries 17, Dillon 15, Howell 14, Iohnson 13. 1'P GOES tln- 'iliarjalf' for two inure. Sfindie Redd r ,. .. tzxih-Ll to MOP 'WW' "' Sum. xx ildcai This K- TOO L51 E90 points. ilAl'lZlJll2l opem-cl the 1951-52 cagt' season with x'ict01'ics over two l'l1Q,'Lftlll SL'l'YlC.'t' quints. thc Xlnrim- Hccruitiiig Dt-pot and tht- Cfanip Pmncllv- ton Xlnrincs. The 'Cats haul to 1.-miie from hvhincl to whip huth lL'L1l'llL'l4IlL'Cli outfits. H9-54 and 55-46 x'e-spcctiw-ly. The gimrcls. Alnlmsmi uml lhmwvll, lt-tl the scoring in lmth QLIHIUS tu clstuhlish ll pivot-tli-itit that wus 11-pcntt-cl ITILUIB' times during the SULISUII. ,-Xrifmna thmi tlmp-it-tl its Q-ullt-gigitv UlJl'llt'I' to llriglmiii Young fini- vt-1'sity' iii th-clicaitimi uf thv ClUll'fLlI'lS in-w millitm Cltlllfll' ticlcl-lions:-, BYU cltlgvml thu NYillf:-its 69-62 in ll Liauiic which :nw klolmsim lmclwt 21 nuilnts and Ilowt-ll 10, Ntlfllllltlllf' l'lllllQt'll KRIIISLN State than calm- to Bt-zu' Down tu mam .fXl'ixml41is S1 limm--gtuiw strczlk with Ll T6-57 x'ictm'y. Tha' EOCS uir-harm, to in ii Um- Frm., .1 . fast-lm-zxkiing K-State-rs L'Olltl'UllttCl the rchmmds and use-ml two plutoons to wt-tu' clown tht- flats. 'Iolmscm hurl 16. Kt1ll1lllt'l'lL'S 15. The 'THCSOII crm-w tllt'll tuok its first collvgintt' win, tlnwniiig Loyola GS-60 in Ll tight, ruugli gzuiic with 54 IX'I'hUll2ll l'lllllS. klulmsuii aural llowvll hit for 23 and IS. Staying in thi- win t-nlumn. :Xrizonu tluwiwcl Nzuul rl1l'LllIllIlQ Lll'lltUl' S4-62. 'illufgtllsii 'luck Ihnwi-ll wrutv ll IIPNY l'gX llltllYlllllLll SCOI'lllt.f I't'L'Ul'll in this unc. hitting thi- strings lm' 33, thiyinm mauh' it tliru- straight with ll T53-61 wrclict on-r NYM-liitu. Hill Kunilm-rin-s haul 24 points. I2 L-mining in tht- svcuml halt' to hm-lp nut thi- tmiling ifjiits into tht- lf-acl. This short- lin-ml XVlII slwiin wus thi-in stuppt-cl zllmiptly hy sr. Xl1llAjiS 71-ru. T11 0 MORE for thc A'Rajah." li-E-T-C-ll Iallllxf jr-rrp Dillon lcngtlicns ont to tap in a rchou Arizona flew east on Christmas day to undertake the most ambitious road trip in the schools Cage history. On December 27. NYU blasted the XVildcats 103-76 to set a new Madison Square Carden high point record and a new two-team total. johnson had 19, Howell 14 for Arizona. Two nights later Canisius bested the 'Cats S9- 78 in a well-played game The 1Vesterners came from a 51-SS half-time deficit to knot the count at 66 early in the fourth quarter. johnson and lladie Redd, the leading scorers with 224 and 220 respectively, fouled out in the final frame and the 'Cats faded. On New Years Eve, in Nlil- waukee, Minnesota heat the XVildcats 73-61. Arizona cut the lead to four points twice, but once again faded in the dying minutes. jolm- son and Kemmeries hit for 223 and 17. In Peoria, Illinois, Bradlevxs fine club rolled to a 98-59 victory over the travel-weary Felines. johnson notched 15 that night. Closing out the tour in Nlanhattan. Kansas. the 'Cats fell to K-State again. This time the score was 78-52 as Arizona folded against States reserves late in the game. johnson had 17 to lead Arizona for the fifth time on the tripg Dillon trailed him with 16. arm? Arizona. having only a mathematical chance to retain the Border Conference crown, embarked for a three- gaine trip through YVest Texas which was to prove disastrous. First. Enke's crew humped up against YVest Texas in a rugged tiff which saw Arizonais en- tire starting five foul out. Four Buff starters also departed via the personal foul route. The XVildcats came out on the short end of a 79-T3 count. with Jack Howell contributing 18 points and Bill Kemmeries adding 17. Seventy-eight fouls were called. the 'Cats drawing -1-1 of them. Texas Tech then dropped the 'Cats into fifth place with an 8-1-57 thumping. Ari- zona led at the end of the first stanza. but slipped far- ther behind as the game progressed. Kemmeries and Howell led the 'Cats with 17 and 13. Hardin-Si1n- inons University administered :Xrizonas third straight lacing. 66-63. The game was tight all the wav, and a final spurt by UA just fell short. Kemineries tripped the twines for 32 points to tie the Universitvs road record. LINE-UP occurs under the basket as ex ers min on the floor xx rtthts Rudd s tip in nttunpt I.. RQKZL1 Q .asf I . .g,. I 'Q Yu v. A 'f 1 ff 1 Q .. Z.. 'Q - a . '. V W QV, q ,ure A 'Q .5 ' A9 3, in sb I ai Us I: 1 ll gs' ' Xva 5, -J '- -1 .- ' H1 as 5 us GUN . ,, L "2 f!,..f I LJ ' ' ' ' , , 'X .. . 5 -5 1 . . ' 9. , 7' 5' ' 3 'W 1 0 iwti R ff I ' J- Q X X - Y in 0 ' ' , F4 .. .3 rf' G-LAm...,. l Q i-7 - K 1, ...H i , 1 X V 3135515 pmq K name. LP- TN 1 5 0 W fd D HINCOIRD-XIAKEIKS AI'l!UIl.l .md XYL' wt il new two-tuml scuring record for Xlaclismm Squurm- c:1ll'Lll'I1 IH this unc. NYU set 11 nc-xx lxwll-point total Also. -291- 1 l ft". 1 35, 25. Y ,f any ,iff X! , A Y FWDIHIN I v ii X x ?RgQ gi Q .N TA A iorxmrcl BiII Iit-iuim-rim-s won thfh Iiordei' Cfoiitt-rt-m-v scoring tith with tm 18.2 1iYl'l'LiLftt for C'0IlIit'1'UIICt' phn Cu1ii'tI Int-It H w -Il pot I mu Bit Donn amd UK xcoimg ivcoid with 3-3 points iffuinst thai 9-in Die ' ' ' I in XII C onhiuiu sch ation If Iimtls this if ii to include CoIht1s ' ' ' 1 I 4XII-Sixth District twim. II4- iIso Iwc-iiimi the- third IDIAIYPI' in UN history to soorc ou-r 1.000 Joints in his coIIt-giutv c-z11'0vi'. "Tim IIui:1Ii" was the- HIIIB' 'Cut to attain this tent in tIm-e- seasons. Lim- Hit-Iimond did it in fin- Lt I . . xIk 5 DlIIon iatc'cAi:tc'i'i1iIcI Iohn Hl'lIIIC'I'. who took owl' tht- fate-d Iorwurri 'Iot it tht end of tl f .,-L.L. ,IIXI Ill XI, XI' fillflftl' fI1'IIft'l ,IHIIX BI'il'.XI' Ix l"o1'i1'm'11' X . h on sc-dw -' -'ii' ' W " " ' ,i . .. -go Kamal Tixuinnq fIQ'lItt'I'. Iioqt-1' -oImson. , - I -- Q 1 -- " cr tht- post two X1-t1i'w extm'mIc'tI his Jon BIm'ins in tom: Iioimding out tht- strirtinq quint xx' elinim-ries. HowvII and Iohmon we-ru vii' ' H lt' S6115 PII, H.-XDIE REDD ,IEIIHY DILLOX BILL KEXIXIERIES F orzcarfl C Untcr Foru ard I -293- '7 Row 1: Roy Brown, john YVerstler, Hugh Mcklullan, George Rountree, lim Brower. Bow L.: Frank Nogales, Larry Brown, Boh Burris, Ken Rr-mmeries. Row 3: Ross Murphy, Frank Lockhart, jim Cordy. Frank Saneet coached the team. mm? ' The Xllildkittens started the season as a frosh team. Howeyer, when some of the star per- formers were promoted to the varsity, several of the under-graduate varsity men were merged with the Kittens into a junior varsity aggrega- tion. The eluh had a mediocre season, Winning 1-1 and losing H. The team was hampered by personnel changes throughout the season. and a smooth-working first fiye never remained Constant. On the other hand. almost every player got a great deal of game experience which may he a hoon to future varsities. Near the end of the season the most consistent starting quint consisted of Boy Brown, Iohn XVerstler, George Bonntree, .lim Brower. and Larry Brown. Arizona Opponents 60 Camp Pendleton ..,.............. .,,,..,,,,. 7 S 62 Dayis-Blonthan A F B .,...., ..,,,.r. 5 S 69 Phoenix College ..,..................,, ..... 3 8 71 Luke A F B ,,,A...,...r,,.,,i,,,,..,,,..,,,,. ..... 6 9 71 San Diego Naval Air Station ............ 59 66 Davis-Nlonthan A F B ,,..,.......,,.......... 50 58 Phoenix College ...,,..,,.,..,,.......,,,..,,,.... 51 60 Arizona State at Flagstaff Frosh ,... 68 69 Grand Canyon College ...,..,.,i,.,,,,,,.... 55 67 Eastern Arizona Junior College .,...... 63 76 Phoenix College ,,,,,,,,,,....,.....,...,,..,,.... 70 71 Arizona State at Flagstaff Frosh ,.., 7-1 5:2 Davis-lXIonthan A F B .,.,...,.....,,..,...... 46 61 Grand Canyon College .,,i, ..... 6 4 62 Davis-Klonthan A F B ..,..................... 61 S0 Phoenix College ...,..,,,......................... 82 65 Arizona State at Tempe Frosh ,,,....... 67 96 Eastern Arizona junior College ,....... 68 71 Eastern Arizona Junior College ........ 63 61 Eastern Arizona junior College ,....... 56 75 68 56 Chaffey College ...,.............................. 45 Arizona State at Tempe Frosh ....Y...., I I I I I I I I I I L ,, ..- xl .sin WUI 31 I I I. I I I I I COACH FRANK SANCET Coach Frank Sancet began his third season at the helm of the XVildcat baseball nine this spring with a two-year record of fifty-six vic- tories, eight losses and one tie behind him. The former University athlete hoped to see his squad get into the NCAA national playoffs this year after watching them come within a dropped pop fly of doing it last year. The prospects were good, since the 'Cats have a starter back from last year at every position except shortstop. Sancet began his collegiate career at Phoenix junior College in 1926, where he continued the active sports prograni he started at Glendale High School. He then transferred to the Uni- versity of Arizona and won letters in football, basketball and baseball. After a brief pro-ball career he became an Arizona prep school teacher and coach and canie back to the University in 19-17 as frosh basketball coach and assistant in football and baseball. Now he is head baseball coach and frosh football and basketball mentor. .W v ii, 1 -- . ,f -. v l 4 sxzaqi ggyxznef V1 'Zac Y I ,, i r ...pl , 1 I ,P 'f, s L 1 , 3 ff t . X20 X ' ta .wif ff f at ff fa . , Q I .QR J. ,Q In vw I is A Q, . sf 1 f so . -sq I S2042 QXZDQX . 3204345 4 tswuznq N xgllk K , Y Wd- it gi ... .' ' 1 P ' N l f : v-. 4 x A I VY' -J ' i-Hr . 11, p D' 1 A ' ,f A ' - ' .4 L.. J- Ak THE 1952 BASEBALL SQUAD How 1: llnglr Klchlullan. Dick lXIcAnally, Claude NVheeler, .lo I0 Starkey, Dr-I Gardner, linger johnson. lolin Tussey. Row 2: Jack Xlyrick. Bill .-Xrmstrong, Dick liecfe. Stan Patcliell. Robbins Rishe linanagcrl. Bob Bailey. Glenn Frenzen. Nlark Delay. Eddy Aros. Coach Frank Sancet. -296- Owens, Roger Lenhardt, Bob Hart, Bob Metz, jim XVatson. Ron Nicely, Ray Keating, Bill Horton, Cliff r. J. B. Sutton, Loren Oliver. Row 3: Stan Greenberg Eddy Moraga, Bob Onorato, Bob Hayes Lmanagerj, r 1 - Zh if - L ' Y- . 1Mi'? 'K"'W M wa.. .w... -as. 1 -iQ . 313, V' . i-.aw-ff , - if F lew f ff? K .Marg-it 5 .f !. . ,,,w,.11:j314 ,, . L W 1- " vii' 'i!.',Z'i:"'-i"v"1iF'L,.. if-fzfftf-,. 'S' if -' EDDY AROS ROBBINS HISIIER BOB BAILEX Catcher Pitcher Cutvlzw' Three dependable pitchers and a near-flawless outfield enticed Coach Sant-et to predict. "XVe'll be stronger defensively than offensively." How- ever. when the first statistics dope-sheet Caine out after the Completion of seven games. five ,Cats were hitting over 300, two of them at .500 or better, and two more were pushing the .300 mark. Lloyd jenney, last years leading hitter. who doubled as a catcher and first baseman. had .555 and Robbins Risher. pitcher-first base- man, had 500. .-Ml X, DON QUICLEY SLTUIICI Brut' CLAUDE WHEELER Third Base BOB METZ First Base -297- over xvlih 1115 . , , 3 COACH Sfii fxiomge- Pmlw pimms Sm Led by sixteen lettermen. the Arizona VVildcats were out to protect their unofficial Border Con- ference baseball crown and to break into the NCAA playoff. Last season the 'Cats posted a 27-2 record during the regular season before being nosed out by Texas A. tk NI. in the NCAA District 6 playoff. The Aggies' margin of vic- tory was a fly muffed in the Arizona outfield. This season the 'Cats played a rugged thirty- two game schedule against top Southwest col- lege and service teams. Lettermen filled eyery position except shortstop. which w i f'll l . as 1 ec by Hugh NIcKIullan who stole 18 bases in the first 15 games to set a new school record. Roger -lohnson. second team All-American. was the brightest light in the outfield. Del Gardner and DICK CORRICAN WCET talks things nd Corrigan' abig three Mark Delay flank the "Rajah" in the pasture. Little Del climbed the fence in a UCLA game to rob a Bruin batsman of a home run, which was typical of his heads-up style. Leading the pitching staff was Robbins Risher, who had a 7-0 record last year. Lefty Dick Corrigan and bespectacled Eddy Moraga, who shut out Col- lege of the Pacific in his freshman year debut, were the other reliable pitche1's. Coach Sancet merged several varsity players with the NVild- kitten squad near midseason to give them more game experience. The same move sent frosh Bennie Rincon. pitcherg Russ Cragg, first base- man and Ron Stiles tf' ll JOHN TUSSE , . ou iecer, up to the varsity. Y, J. B. SUTTON Pitcher Jo Jo owENs Pitchers Outfield -298- l 'FRS . 'I TILE Llc, I, . J 1 61111611 ' Sfrgtche Sf I H' 01' one at MARK DELAY takes his open stance at thu platc. ,f-M, X ER OHNSON T ROC Ouzlficld 1 HUGH MCMULLAA Shortstoll EDDY MOPAGA Pitcher -299- l9f5 5 Carl Cooper was a 'ifreshmani' at the collegiate coaching game this season and, symbolically "fm" enough, he had a varsity squad consisting Q mainly of first-year men. Cooper was named to the track post last spring to replace Tom "Limey" Gibbons, who resigned to devote full time to his teaching. Cooper came to Arizona from El Monte QCalif.j High School, where he coached football and track since 1947. Prior to that he coached at Puente, Calif., and Clif- ton, Arizona. High Schools, and served as a phys- ical education instructor in the air force. Cooper was graduated from the University of Arizona in 1940, where he starred on the track team and won letters in football and basketball. He was a 100 and 220-yard dash man in track, and a football halfback. He captained the track team in his senior year. COACH CARL COOPER Lil li THE 1952 TRACK SQUAD Row 1: Fu-rl St-lrilclrncyer, Bill Gaston, john Lowry, joe jackson. Vaughn Hormann, Don Smith. Russ Rumney, VVayne Tut- tlv. Francis Larriva. Row :Zz David MacGregor, Art XVebster, Dale Fenter, Stanford Lcrch, Doran Porter, Larry Monier, Gas- ton Xlt-Knight. Eino Jacobson. Row 3: Bill Pitts, Bill Lawson. Don Goldsbrough, john Shipp, Lou Owens, Gene Fuller, Ralph Pc-tvrson, jack Parsons. Row -lx Coach Cooper, Dick Anklam, Dave Sakrison, Jim Dunne, jerry Lunt, Bob Penrod, Ron Flora. lim Fedrick. -300- FINISHING OXIZ. TXYO, TIIHEE in tha- 100-yartl clash arc Lon Owt-ns. Boh Pvnrozl .inzl Iohn Shipp. Arizona non l03-ZH against Santa Barhara. LOL' OXYICXS Consisting inainly of frvslnncn, tin' 1952 trac-lx sqliatl was ruin- lorcccl hy sevcn lcttcrlncn and some talentvcl nnineralinc-n. ln the iirst few inet-ts, sevcral bright spots stoocl out on the track roster. Among tht-in was Lou Owens. who has clocked 9,9 in the century anal 22 flat in the 220. Topping tht- l1lll'Cllt'l'S was Eino Jacobson, who was also the he-st high jninpvr. He- estah- lishecl the Eastern Conh-rc-rico high school record ot 6' ig", Nurneralinan XYayne Tuttle. plagued hy pnllccl muscle-s last yvar. has tourvcl the 440 oval in 50 llat. Topping his last f'L'U.l"S inarlx in the pole vault. Yanglin llorinann we-nt over tht- 13' l" Il1LlI'lx this season. Bill Gaston has soarecl 22' 10'," in tht- lntoacl jump. Bon Flora lc-cl tht- clistanct-inen with a ht-st timt- ot 4:33 in the inilc. "TAKE OFF, ARTV, Cone Fullcr hands tht- haton to Art BOB PEXROD XYL-hstcr in tht- lnilv relay against Naval Training Ccntcr. S1H'iI1l.5' -301- Sprzlilx iymwyx. f 1 w,:,54 'L XV.-KYNE TUTTLE 440 Yards Ta. -qw s I, COACH COOPER and GENE FULLER VAUCIIN IIORNIANN Jlll'1'Iill. P010 Vault YLD15, X - ' qi' ,Q , - AEQO., Q Q,X'Z-UN RUSS RUMNEY Distance . 1 f-Mis.. CCEC' Y,Q,X'Z-DN . , J: Q Xxx. S x EINO JACOBSON Hurdles. High jump GENE FULLER 880 Yards RON FLORA Distance 45 Q ummi fi? oo, 0 ml il! o 0 0:0 e 0 0 . 9 as .6 oo' o o 5 o 7 ff M I. 4 1 DON SMITH Discus TIIE 1952 GOLF TEAM Coach Frccl Enkc, Icrry Purcly, Bill Collucrg, Dick Bilby. Karl Estes. jucl XVQ-rbeluw. Xa f DICK BILBY ' BILL GOLBERC JUD XVERBELOXV JERRY PURDY KARL ESTES -303- COACH C. ZANER LESHER --4, K ,. ,Q 3, , r Fl., pa" ,v . v",. vt , 4 .a ef , . ,- Q ,,- . , . ",,rr ,.' 4 Yr vv' ,fo' ' -" .,, 9- 0 ' , ,,..-"ff Q 'ppm 1 4 , we .u- i Vt., a-' .0 'V' UA, , , 4 1 4 I z6ArQk,,r vL'f',,a-. . v ' ' ,,, Q." ,.,-"t'F-,,---- J f - . v " ""? f..--f'f"wf' N ,J v ' ' ' H., v ' " 7 pafrf' ' Q -,,.vv"'?'f ' ' , v ' ' ' ' v I ' ' - -5.117 . '. ,W-v"?is?3,3,,g,-r" ' , 4 " f' ' , v 9 'V 3 :.-vi' fl" N1 ww 5 ' ' Q ' ' 5 8-Wh? w-E-IJ4"'f . Y ,Q "-f'?"a 1 - - ' ' - -.- - 1 ' 1 . ' "V . 4 .-rf"'1gQ-rrr 2 gs-9--Yfs Bill Crary moves up to return the ball as mate jim Dye looks on ,M e .cf ' THE 1952 TENNIS SQUAD Standing: Bob Borodkin, Bob Roediger, Sam Lindamood, Howard Ryan, Phil Malinsky, Bill Crary. Coach Lesher. Front row: Harry Sundt. Holy Hing. e llllll mm m Illill V 5 UA's netmen fared badly in the Easter holiday coast tour that opened their collegiate season. They dropped meets to Pep- perdine. USC and UCLA before winning from Redlands, 6-2. However, Arizona's varsity performers did very well for them- selves as individual competitors in early-season amateur meets. lim Dye. twice Arizona Closed singles winner and defending Border Conference Champion. reached the finals in the Arizona open tourney against some of the top competition in the South- west. Other varsity standonts were Bill Crary. Dyes doubles partner. and veterans Bob Borodkin, Sam Lindamood. Bob Boe- diger and Marty Shaw. v , if.. 0-1' wr Q Q ,,,. . I 1 ' I rr' ' ,Q 1 51" .. . . vi.. . X 4. -1-13,4 ff--gi . +4 Sam Lindamood drives a fast one over as partner Bob Roediger waits for the return. -304- I so 5 si ggwxrxvw X his 1952 SXYIMNIIXG TEAM -nhl? -,,, , Row 1: Don Henner, Phil Xlonier. Chuck Miller. Bill Dinkineyer. XXX-h Small. XL-cl Thompson Row 2: Coach Cihhings. jim junkin, Charles Nlciloverii, Harry Asbury. Rod Grissom, Don Funk. Brown DuBosL-. I I Coach "Lime-y" Gibhings' swim team had not yet won a meet at mid-season after an Easter vacation tour which saw compe- tition with several top-flight west coast schools. Making the Xvildeats' largest splash was Don Reimer, former All-American junior College swimmer from Fullerton Iunior College, who spe- cialized in the 100 and 220-yard free-style sprint events. Web Small. llackstroker. also won against I'llflQ,CCl Competition, The relay team of Dinkmeyer. Thompson. Small and Reimer took its share of lam-els from several traclitionally good uswiininiiiq collegesf' an rf "5-5- v L 'rf"f , , 'AGE ,ft - lil f .iw .f-so Air r 5 I 1 czmcrii TOM 'ALimy'i CIBBINGS 'Nw X. - W I, Iim Junkin shows his fine form off the low-board. - 305 - is me 5 X ' Miller. Dinlgmc-yer. Small and Reimer prepare to splash oil lor a practice start. En gm-f1L.Ir Fm . Clllv - M s 111nt1'l1L-tml IW thi I ' ' ' Wm' d.f. . .um-gl fm . mm!! 111 nxt - pr, Autlmm- VNV Who UML-lH.d HH. L: , .S h . A ' 'IILWI11-r t ,, . , mm Ill tht- lqbm , -J.. Oly,,,piCs - ,ni ' . UC ll' XYEIGX YY LXFTXNC CLU B Conch NVQ-sk-3' Rukf. Bun Oukh-y. Edward Linunhx. Ekrarrlsxvxrssrrmxx', jim Driukwrrvd. Vcrry VL-Lvrs. GYMNASTXC CLUB Row 11 GL-urgc Trrphn. jim Fc-ick, Frank StiHer, jerry Thornburg, lou Mnior, Bob Snndstronr. Row 2: lim Berry, Henry Kart-X, Vaughn Uurnmmx. Don Neqdhmn, ' Daw' Coudsou, Couch NNI-shy Ruif. DL-wcy Snmrt, Bob um . . 1 - -, xyrth Bhhgvlzlggoeugllting Q bak H " ' D- ob Frinzi A' iD witl L v Dive C I il doubl - ' foodk 1 9 twist Qon .md Harold trampling ' ' '1 Spotting I "'306... Wamm ya W.. 3 'g xxx!! . Q 'S' f ' 1 4' F? I Q I KW - f R , g ., , x i A .Z X' 5? iv v PB A J f A, 1 ' 31:20 Y I E252 YPAHX gal? R Il -307- KIARY HINES, Best SjJOff-S'lL'OHlIIII nf flu' Year Mary L. Hines, a native of Tucson, was chosen by the Womens Athletic Asso- ciation as the "Best Sportswomanf, an honor bestowed annually to a graduat- ing senior who had been outstanding in sports in her college career. A mem- ber of Chi Omega Sorority, Mary has been active in all her four years of col- lege, as her list of activities attests. She is president of the lXIermaids, member of the Racquet Club and A Club. She earned her sweater in her sopho- more year and her blanket in her junior year. The annual aquacade in Slay was headed by Mary. who also was the swimming sports leader. She en- joys all sports, but swimming. tennis and softball a1'e her favorites. A senior, she is, naturally, a major in physical edu- cation. VZ T3 ,-S... RU ,nf 'if ,,. ,. Q21 Mary won the individual high point Besides swimming, softball and tennis trophy for two years. are Mary's favorite sports. -308- -if f 1,011 1 N AV yuh 70,4 .ilu A1 W. s i . ! f-.433 . 1 7, T XYONIICXS ATIILIQTIC ASSOCIATION COUNCIL Row 1: B. Graham. Wire. vl. Evans. Nllss l'ilg1'in1. lf. hlt'cl1iI'llll.'li. C. Xlclntosh. l'. Downer. How ... Joyner. I. lit-es. lf. Nlt-Duff. li. Bitter. I.. Nl.Alt.-er. l'. Sheehan. XI. Hines. O. Crcg Nl. Shellenln-rger. tl. Armstrong. Xl. Clunhy. "Ball four! Take your base!" slionts the umpire also served as president of Niermaids. women's from the XYomen's Field. i'ThatAs game. match aquacade group. this year. and set to Xliss O'Dell.l' yells the seorekeeper The Chi Omega Sorority led the women's sports on the tennis court. 'iOn your mark. GOV says groups with three first places this year in vol- the starter from the side of the pool. And min- leyball. hockey and basketball, Delta Delta Delta gled with these voices are the slithering sounds captured the speedball trophy in the Ianuary of the archers' arrows as they plummet toward tournament. the hulls-eye. Girls interested in individual sports found enjoy- ltls -1:30 p.m. and the University womeirs groups ment on the tennis and badminton courts. Donna congregate on the northeast side of the campus O'Dell and Nlariorie Kelley played a close match in order to compete for the coveted trophies. for the fall tennis trophy. from which Nliss O'Dell Under the leadership of President lane Evans. emerged the winner. The Independents defeated the NVomen's Athletic Association has accom- the Chi Omegas in the doubles tournament. plislied their purpose of the year-they have Leading the women golfers was Betty Clraham. interested more girls in participation in their who was closely followed by Nlary Kay Crist. program of sports. president of the Putters. womens golf honorary. To be a member of XY.A.A.. a girl must acquire XYhen it comes to a ping pong net. lane Evans. 100 points. 25 points being given for participa- who won the womens matches last fall. is tops. tion in one sport. KVhen a girl accumulates 1.000 Another excellent woman athlete is NVillie Hug- points. she is presented with an sweater and get. who was top scorer in the fall bowling is a member of the Club. The member re- tournament. ceives a blanket when she makes 2.000 points. Besides the XV.A,A. activities. women participate At the first major athletic event of the school in the Racquet Club. Tennis Club. Mermaids. year Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority won the swim! Club and Orchesis. Girls are elected to these ming trophy. and Darleen Flickinger received a organizations on their ability. interest and qual- cup for outstanding woman swimmer. Leader ities of sportsmanship. of this swimming event was Maiy Hines. who oi in l x1 S ,NY - QERNX xxx 'HX Y Huw 1 Xl olmsnn Tour 1 Lmdstrom J vxxmxtronq L XX xgmr C Ste-de T Corxxm A SLI1 ITIJ Ill Roxx 7 Rand N B ll C Sumtt C llmmnff, -X Nlnlmls H Aslxex H B llclxxm Recs 4 Hexx etsou Row Q 'XI Patrlnlx P Duxxmr 'xi Illms I Pxduns S Ilnifmm C Ixmlux Lmstrxutorb B H imalxer C R lxxlmouscr I Nlunller L , K:xI'I'.-x ALPH1 llll I X SKK INIXIINI TLANI xx 1 Hmlmxu Mitdull X nu I lxartx Hutlx Aslxu Ha cm mlxlx Cynthia Dunbu' Hmx D1 lIlL fllklmlngtf Nlumn X usncr Bm-tty Marx H xx Dmrluu Fl1LlxlI'lfJ,t1' Cluglx pnmt xxummri, Sum Slmfar Clurm lxxxxlmuser 71 This game can gvt mighty rough. CHI OMEGA CHAMP HOCKEY TEAM xx' 1: S. Cuh-1111111. P. Lillclxtmlul. D. O'DQ-ll. A. john . , . 4lli'H. P. Pzltivrsuzl. liww 2: C. Bl'UUL'klll.lll .xrlimm X. Smith. M. A. Cameron. A. Ilxw-lllmrt ' . M. A. L'm'ra1sIm. I v Set it up! CHI OMEGA VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS Hmm 1: M. Hinos. M. Xigg, E, Lzltllmp. Row 2: M. LQIXYIIISUII. D. O'DeIl. Pat DLlXX'IlL'l'. ace nuttu1', gets l'L'ildj' to sumsh one over. INDEPENDENTS TENNIS TEAM U'inncr nf ilu' Fall Tournament How 1: Janis Cnttcn Axivu Cumen. Row 2 Xornm ,Icuu Don. Aldine Hirsch. Dorothy Slmcaf fer. Shirley Humplnrcy. 2 CHI OMEGA CHAMPION BASKETBALL. TEAM Ayill if gh ill? Huw 1: D. O'DL-ll. M. Luwrnson, P. Patterson. M. Ilim-5, B. Ilurc, T. Humluk. How 2: M. Ning. A. Dgxvcnport. E. Luthmp, G. llurlinc. B. ,Iam-kan. Put Kccvcfn slidvs safely home ns Cutclmer Fay McCormick waits for ilu- tllmw. i'Q..,,+-..-wi , "iii-.1 -313 I-2 .-s..-.,.' W- ,QL--1-'a.1'.g ,Q A line drive over third base! ,,..f.'..,- , 'wa '-pf..-. ..f' . . xx ' 42-sf - QQ X. - Ns ,S . X - if ns .r M R .wi , Nlilcln-nl Clnnlnyg XY.A,A. i1l'L'llL'I'f' le-aclsr. Nlilcllu-nl Cunlny, senior chnnnp, and Carole Clark, winne-r nl l7LxglIH1L'I'S cmnpetition. ALPHA CIII OMEGA BOXYLIXC TEAM Num-5' Filiutrunlt. ,loan Pabst. ,lun Mc-- Burnvs, Hilclu Bnlclwin, Anne Closscr, ALPHA l'llI'S teznn pralcticing for tllc tlllll'I11lIN6'I'lt+Pllt Johnston Nlury Lon llill. xlLll'g5lI'l't Clrnnpitt. Fran Mcliilllley. awlchg -314- LUCY XIUALEEH. Pl'i'.vizlt'r1t Emotions ot' humor. pain and ecsltacy are illus- trated in the dances portrayecl by the XYOlHCll'S honorary dance- group. Orchesis is a national organization and it has put on many outstand- ing programs this year. Their big show was held Nlay 2. with the theme of a Carnival. Tlnoufghout the year. Urclic-sis prescntecl num- bers for the prograrns for Xloni and Dads Day. lloxx' 1: .-X. 'l'ol1'st'l', Kl'1l1l5l'. ll. lialnlxxill. Nl. l'uclill.i. I.. NlqAlt-ir. L.. ll.unpns. Nl. lx. Zinn. hl. btoxt-r. XI. L. llansvn. B. Kurn. j Agn: S, 5.un-vt. limi ii Snytlvr. YI. P.lI'lQL'l'. Nl. liivsti LA Q11-M151 C, bran-n. S, l'l'.tl1l!llll. Nl. .Xntli-rson, ,l. Shan, l'. Cray, X. IA-1-, I Pnlunm fzcdeacb lIUlIlt"CUIl1lllj.f and tht- Varsity Show. Le-cl hy Lucy NIC.-Xlet-r. Orc-hesis is coxnpost-cl of twenty- tour ineinhcrs. Une of the- dances presented was a Studio Hn-cital on Det-vinher 19. Some of the properties used for this recital were hrooms, buckets and inops. with xvaislivrwonian clothes for L'llStllllll'S. ,ff Q Leaping high in the Studio Recital are Ioyce Parker and Lucy BIC.-Xleer. These four charwomen danced in the Studio Recital: Jacqui Robinson, Carolyn Cox, Jeanne Hughes and June Snyder. - 315 - PUTTERS - lVomcn's Golf Honorary Standing: Evelyn Jensen faclxisoij. Pat XYillis, Ann Hewetson, Mary Jane NIL-Crt-gor, Seah-dz Sully Springer. Connie Olrli-rsluiw, Barham Bitter. Mary Katy Crist. ,Iucly Burgimuiii, 77 ,-4-dial Betty Graham. Arizona top woman golfer. 27 2 77M7hfw PAQA Wifi Row l: I. Nady, J. Stevens, L. Chilikus. F. McCormick, 1. Evans, J. Armstrong. Xl, Cllllllly. llmx' 2: D. Joyner. 1. Recs. O. Brady, M, Hines. I". ML-Kiriiicy. Nl. L. Hill. Xl. Shellenlvcrgcr. -316- Row 1: L, YVagner, J. Nady, B. Mills. S. Hicks, I-1. Fruchtman, I. Arm- strong, L. Chilikas, O. Gregory, B. Graham. Row 2: B. Hmnaker, A Herreras, D. Jonas, M. Cunby, M. Colby, M. Anderson, F. McCor- mick, W. Hall, M. Pearson, W. Huggett, J. Tozer. Row 3: M. Law- rason, D. O'Dell, R. Wong, V. Sabala, H. Reyes, M. Patterson, L Nuttall, S. Fitzpatrick, 1. McDonald, C. Thompson, N. Don, M. L. Hill Row 4: K. Fuller, D. Shaw, D. Sheaffer, A. Camen, I. Rees, H. Bald- win, S. Sancet, C. Mclntosli, P. Sheean, J. Cotten, S. Humphrey. ul , fr lXklfUuQ2'f, S ul-"'F' . Q n IIKYWLI' ml' ,wk 'I .- ., up , 0 'mmsfrxcs' 0 317- lf' f" 'rA?W 'PEN5 I 1 BOB SVOB, Director 7011 Ken Coopwood, Student Assistant Under the direction of Robert S. Svob and his student assistant, Ken Coopwood, an active 1951-52 intramural program was conducted and participated in by all campus groups. Five major sports, along with five minor sports and six individual sports, were offered. An esti- mated 45 per cent of men enrolled took part in some form of intramural activities. Going into the stretch of the banner race, Delta Chi seemed to be a shoo-in champion. Phi Gamma Delta and the defending champion, Sigma Chi, trailed behind. INTRARIURAL CHAMPIONS Swimming ....... .... ............,. D elta Chi Baseball ..,......................,... ........ C ochise Hall Basketball ...,.,.,..................... .............. D elta Chi Fall and Spring Track ....... ............. I nter Varsity Golf ,,.,..,..,...,,,............V....... .,............ K appa Sigma Tennis .......,....................V............. Alpha Tau Omega Cross-Country ...................................,.. Inter Varsity VVrestling ,............. Phi Delta Theta, Kappa Sigma Handball ,.........,,V,.Y.....rr, Zeta Beta Tau, Delta Chi Horseshoes ........................,....................... Delta Chi Gymnastics .....,... .......... B arbs, Aggie House Table Tennis ,,..,,,,, ......,... P hi Gamma Delta -318- I X jk I vvwu ,NY O Q X f Bwamasw A - Ya? L Lf - lhnruhl XVillSUI'l um-outing in flip in thn- cliving: uslupctitilm, 0 I 7mc6 fr GW? 9 41 . l l. fl-,Q A ,Si n Off thy-5' Q., in xlw 11m4r.5-,ml fm- Nryhf me-L-I 'lqllli XYIXNINC DELTA CHI SQUAD Huw lx Duuglus NIL-I'ln-rsuu. Don Funk. Claude- Hall. Larry Munn-r. Yuughn llilflllllllll. Rem' 2: Xa-cl Thomp- wn. .Luck Clutz, lim Blfllllllglllllll. Hml Criscmu. Bnh 13.1111-r. .3 THE NYIXNIXG IXTEHV.-XRSITY TRACK TE.-XXI Huw lx Nh-l Alll-n. Ron Flora. lim Fuclrick. Bob Conn. Bill Gaston. Row 2: Rudolph Ci7lL'I1l1lI1, Don ' ..':"' , ,:iIj':ax.i:" All set to go in the 100-yard dash are Lou Owens, Gene Fuller and Rudolph Coleman. ""-4-1-...,-at H-fini-QW ,. Coldshrough. Lou Owens, -lrwhn Shipp. Ce-nc Ful- lcr. -lim Dunne-. Bill Pitts. . W, -T.. -319- a N.. W. ww- M l ' , - ,. V, I x , rbi' m cunt do V VK Xxgy . . NZ' D" EQVQQ ,S it AW Jars . MN Eaikf Els ' ' '3'1"e. -A. V 1 COCHISE HALL BASEBALL CIIAMP TEAM Row 1: Ct-orgc Pugnea, Cordon Rishcr. Robbins Risher, Ross l"vrns'trum. John Bigundo. Row 2: Dick McA1n1l1y, Eddy Moraga, Marcel Buclnelie-r, Luther Steele. -320- DELTA CHI BASIxE FBALL CHAMP TEAM Rorv 1: Bob Bauer, Ken Coopwood, Gaston McKnight, Lelgh Fcidler. Row 2: John Peterson, Sid Karin. DHI. Youre out! Catcher Hugh McBIu.llan tags out joe Adams as he attempts to steal home. rf' IU Om- 1ill1I1i1l'l'L1 amd fm-ty-six cciiiti-stauits sliuwml up for tlii 7 iiiiiiuiil LTUSN-L'Ul1Il1fj' run. Run Flurii suits .1 iii-xx' coursi- recnrcl hir tliv tlircu-iiiilu run U1 15 iiiiiiutes 241.5 su-011115. 732' .W Eff -f 1 ,,,g,...-nn- ,.,..-- A, K, 35,031-1 ,- 'I'l'11C NYIXXIXG IX'l'1CliYA1iS1'l'Y TEAM g limi' 11 Hun Fluixi. Jim 17L'L1l'1L'1'i. How 2: It's interesting to ponder who got who in this picture, -321 Dun Scruggs. Guin- Fuller. Nut prcsuut: Kun Kr-iimwiii-x, '1'1l1C XYIXXERS. Purtci' 1'1Hl1Sk'lll.l1l. 1530-pmim1 gruupg .1lI1I1lc11HJl154YIl. 167g 15111 14L1XY5UIl, 1-IT: XU1111' Si11i1i, 1774 Hnlpli Kita-liviis. 1iuaivyxx'i-iglit, Cuiivli 111111. Nut pic- turcr1: 11imr1Q1 XYutsoii, 15374 Dick Ycrliick. 1571 Dum Bll'SL'lIl4'j'L'l'. 191, 1 t .3 fn if Phil Z4-mlm-r rvturns Ll high ous from lnicl-court in nu lI1fl'LllllllI'Lll m4ltcl1. P.1rtm'x' is lim Gun I Q . gf Q f Wiibifw x .14 ,.. , -. wiemg. Q, V., Q., .widow-' Bud Clark, winner of the inlialnurzll golf 1l'lLltL'l'lL'5. clriww unc clown the fairway. . ii .., ALPHA TAL' OMEGA TENNIS TEAM Row 1: jim Gunter, Phil Zender. Row 2: Howard Dodge. Bill Crary. 6045 x -I " 'wi -322- Ping pong matches are always bitterly contested in the game room of the Union. XYurm-up tnkvs plum' bvfurv tlw gaum-. Spnlw il! ATU rr-turnx tu Rupp.: Alplm. gow! ' Rudy Coleman backs up his partner in a PE class rally. xvilftjll the Birdic. Bi1drlli1'ltOIl is taught in conjunction with luulcllmll in one oi the most popular PE courses. 27, 771473914 MENS P. XIAIORS How l: Xlbsley' Ruff, John Tonz. lim Donarski, Boh Bit-liter, Dave Concl- sou, Carl Cooper, Frank Sam-vt. 2: Roger blolinson. .lack Howell. Bob Conn, Alosepli Pit-krell. Art Carroll, Bolw Anclvrson. Row 3: ,lim Dunlap. Dick Cliristensen, Tom Gilmlvings, How l '1-rr.-new -wr wap. - '-if-'Tyr-'W'-f-rrp--3-we-W'ff-view. wee, - s Hsmgs was mfewamsmm vd'm-mm kg.. :ages we , ww - -iwsvssquaetmw S sdsisx .Seiji.v..If?2.1il-'X-2:52. x 'f A .f , .Q . Q' la. Swat 11. '-'fQ S 3 if St' 'D D 1 of f 2 Q , +52 X? 1- Bucl Silx -rs 'incl Etl Lincoln s . 1 . . .p eoiiipli-tes his 220-pound press. liussell Deuker Bill Crary ,.., . Ken Coopwoocl ,.... Nlark Delay .. .. Boln Cleviuger . Neil Darriall .. .. . DushauLazovicli.. . john Pearson . . john Smith . Boh Baer. . Don Carson. . .. Perry Peters .. jerry lVharton ae: it 512- li..a ... ,i.,., . ot while Ben Oakley 7 fm! . . .,.,. .,.,. . Acacia .. .Alpha Tau Omega ....,,. .Delta Chi .. , .Delta Sigma Phi ,......Kappa Alpha .......Kappa Sigma . ,..LamlJcla Chi Alpha , ,....., Phi Delta Theta .Phi Gamma Delta .. .............. Phi Kappa ....Phi Kappa Psi . .Pi Kappa Alpha . .... . . .... Pi Kappa Phi Lucl Games ........... ........ S igma Alpha Epsilon Howard Hersey .... ..........S1gma Chi Paul Carroll .....,,, Harry Blacller '..,.,,.. Dale Fenter '...,..,.... jerry Sounenblich. Dick NIC.-Xually '...... Don Stevenson ........... Charles McGovern ...... ....,..........Sigma Nu .......Tau Delta Phi ...,........,,Theta Chi .....,Zeta Beta Tau ...,...Cochise Hall ...,,,,,Hopi Lodge ,,......,Navaj0 Hall Bob Oranato ............. ...,,........... P apago Lodge Bruce Billingtou .... Mark Kartehuei '.,,.. Pete Segulja ......., Dave Coleman ...,... Frank YVils0n ..,... Lou Bell ........... ...,...................,,.. Piual Hall Lambda Delta Sigma ................Agg1e House ........Inter Varsity ........Phi Delta Chi ......,....Beta Club 64564441 of gaemfd Clirkl xlllrrfllw. Stud . E, nt iclcntigci mon Dlzoto is fake . - n d I kg urmg 1.0 gfSfraUOn' P I vi' sooo 'i v " E U 0 i sax L y 1 x M ' if ' 10 Frosll Xlixvl' 10-15 Frcslnnnn NYM-li 1-1-15 llvgistiutioii 15 Upvning football Q21 16 Religions picnic 1T Classes begin 21 Prvxy Xlixer 22 A Din' QT Frosli-Sopli lmrziwl - v..-- 3 IHC t :dx Studi-nts gather witli tlicir religious gr religions picnic. ,N oups at the all-University 1 Inc- Dalton lnincls ont nssmnlnly cnrclg to thc incoming 'Tcl like you to meet . . Spur Helen Harbison freshmen to tln-x' can prove tliuyvc lu-on ut tlic performs introductions at the Frosli Mixer. Freslnnun N11 4 li flsscinluly. -326- DY Un!! fa' f E -Hafling- ,I . Q llllnl Q-MPPETTI Phi Dclts campaign for Don Chiupputti. Dvltq cnllllllll umm wvrmcl pl.u'm- lmuw nlw-mrlxllioxl lllPIlllI'S. Tlw Union ballroom is Crowded for ilu- A. XY. S. llhfllkll. 4,5 L 1 M'0'25lS nw Wvveaf l 040 'lm IILSI dint Hlrulj SD llv. 6 - Nlom and Dual! lbily lil - PI'lIlllll'f' Class t'lk'L'tllJIlS 17 - ffm-cl Clupm-rs if-245 Twirp NNI-n-li 2-l - Final class L-lm-tium 25 - Mlleut Tn-X115 rllt'L'llu mlly 26 - AX. XY. S. lurmall if '? fs.. .-1 at tht. -ABC .t ,Q ll A - i TCXQAS T uf' -327- cc-11' fully. lvewaffulgrg- 'sf '- - s -fi"-'fgstme-" .' ' X NZ' Q, I Y bl 1-.1-f',." 3 ', 5 111 51 JF F Sixteen high school lmncls play in formation during half- tiinc' ot lligh School Daly. A -J lligh School Din' F3 Campus Chest auction 9 Honors Asseinhly 10 Sud ineinories of Tempe 16 President Hurvills inauguration 16 Opening Gila Puehlo Collection 16 Opening Kress Art Collection 17 1IOIHGCOIH1llfllflflllt particle 17 Student Union dedication 22-25 Tlmiiksgiviiig vacation Pom Pon Girls inuke their first appearance for the Bt it Tempe" rally in Phoenix. The A Cuppt-llu Choir entertains inauguration luncheon Gov. Howard Pyle speaks at the Student Union dedicatnon guests. ceremonies. - 328 - 'PYTNX Santa .ippcqlrs at thu IFC Christmlis party fur 1mclifrprivilp-gi,-il "'l'lii- Mystery Siuilif' ul thu Lvlllllll Christi1i.1s ball witulus r 1 L-liilclrcn. this sinh-lim-s with his lm: .issistqinlsl Students lwlp at the Red Cross blood drivu which uolluuteci .L total of 622 pints, D i lh-cl Cross hloml clrixc 153 cilll'lSfIHi'iS climxile- 15 Llllltlll Cllristmiis lull 16 Nh-ssiali 18 l'li-dgv pniiuim race IFC ffliristilms party 21 lluliclays l5l'2'lll Santa Clans iLihiml Arts ileiuui. Fmnris Royl tosses ou icly at tlw- Cliristmiis clmmlc. -'- ' 1 I CIN The color Q1ll2ll'C1 pussc-s in review during grndiuitioii L-xc-rc-ises. thc mid-your ROTC Frank Drain-111112111 1l1tCl'Y1l'XYS.Sl1Zj' IDB:XI01ll'l' during the Mardi- utlion held for the Mnrcli of Dimi-s. .gut v mm . the C . N ,i to PHY r UQWK15 Wi , 4 H, Boisxjcsogiinester regi5UAU0 sec - x nshier dufmg the Q -9 1e2WY rush of -330- Approtuhlng exams make the library the most pop ular spot on the campus. 15 16 18-2 29 29 31 ROTC mid-year U1'1dl11tlOl'l March of Dimes X13lC1'1lt11OI'1 Exams Registration U. Sec S. - Australia debate ond semester NX MHQ? Riff J n . fix ggi" fe' AVVY4 f ,W BLUE H0014 5 Nh ps-If' xg, V V f , 1 556' AA, ' -,- ,--1 G 11 15 16 no ...... 22 223 -15 -ggvsnonz, - 'L 525.25 Y T H 'ig 4 x I - by if H.. X ' ss, " 1 ' N ' - Q ,I , V ix "ib- dummy Varsity Night tgili-nt show Caunpns Call to llc-ligion Towncats lootlmll lJllllLillL't Frcslniiain Dance XVasl1ington's lmirtlnluy llc-lp Xllleli Union YVe-stern Stomp ri 1 . 4-' lim-liomus I -N ui itn fln 1 flnlq ll nu ilixpl 4'UHllll'4 Vlll ln Hklhfl in tlnf L' ell nm H IIIVH lolil L PX l '- . ,, K 4 A S .,. v V XX-L'NlL'l'll :Arla xmu shnnlnril llllllit' lor tln' l'nion NY:-ati-rii Stonip ,Inn lJon.irslx1 .nnl Bill -fil.lll4'l' .nw ri-u-ning ontxhnnliiiq play nwnrrls lroin Frcml Stoilt nt tln- .nnniiil 'l'owm-nt lmiiqin-t. Those two couples seem to lic enjoying the Froslimun Dance. -331- H' l I l 7 , , 1 Y? ,,. ' Ll Slim-5 we-im' clam-lu-il at llnc door for tln- Union Sock llop, XYln.it xxon'l politiuinns iliink of next! . q -N., ' I .. 6 in r Q . fa, nv' Q ?5, l""' i 44 f - A' ,..:.-- .- Yew i ' - r' ' T. X . , , .D ,, llllllli 7 W Qu' 0 ' llll c, 4? sf- 3397 ..,,1.., xi Elm-ec Larry Crccn searclics for A lady in thc- auclicncc during the warm-up to the Varsity Show. 6- T Varsity Show S Desert Dance 12 A.S.U.A. priminies 17 E1lglI1t'C1'S' Day 21 Union Sock Hop 26 A.S.U.A. final elections 28 Mortar Board formal Crowding the rope, the couples wuit for the crowning of the Desc-rt Queen. -332- This struggling wtucln-nt is paying thi- pg-n.ilty for not we-.iring wr-xtvrri clothes during XM-str-rri XYm-lv hi-Q living put into thc kiingrn-no QUI'I'.ll. Amd 3 lIl2lllQllI'i1tlU1l uf new StllClUllt Council 4 lloclvo Dance 4 Xlilitury Bull 5 lloclco ll-20 Easter vucatioii 24 XYOinen's Day 24 University Sing Time out for a breather at the Military Ball. - 333 - 'xy X lfgllllil Rm-l-ing at thx' Ilmli-an llaiinw- gm' xlklflilll l.llNl'i .mrl lll'llL'U Nl.wi-x' Ml A-xi. 6 ' 'ii 'fi' v 4 'V , , ,. ,. vi -' fr-+ -i 5 N 1 Q' m--. , 1 faq Jr J 1 52 I l 'S BL-ing sworn in ins next yvnrls Stuch-nt Council are Bill Rviliim-rim, Cliur-lx Iwo. Pcggy Mul- uliaiy. lfn-nl Xl:-ncli-lmhn. Carlos Aninyil anal Peggy D.nnn. QW -5 f 7 F f' l ' IIXIL .Iv QVLV 1 Q Q , Agvbv-04 K V, -ci- ,Lv llow's this for size? Graduating sz-niors Torn Cioulictti, Sue Hunger, Bob Buchanan, Anne johnson, Jody Thompson, Bill Over and Mary Slielle-nbergcr try on their caps and gowns. Faculty incnihers line up for thc coininencement procession. A spring formal -- white coats, fluffy dresses and dancing under thc stars. -334- 2 9 14-15 20 21-29 20 OS mg Orchesis recital A. YV. S. Carnival Mermaicls' Aquacade ROTC graduation Exams Baccalaureate Sunday Commencement - wg:-5 Ax uw?-3 A- uw: in , K- l, , iygvwq --rt N - S l -xSsW3xxm S Q. The tripping circle forms in front of Olnl Main tn start the 1951 XYOnien's Day. Wamw Z Zag Cfnecls reign supra-ine on the einnpns for XYOIH- erik Day, held lute in April. All the women wear white on this clay which begins ut 6 arm. with the Xlortur Board tapping. At the inorning gisseinhly, new Spurs :incl F.S.T.'s are iuniouiic-ed. the ,'X.XY,S. president installed, XVA.,-X. linnors iiwaixlecl, the OlllSlill1Lllllg freslniigin and sopho- inore XYOIHIIII nainerl. :incl XVoinen's Press llluh aixmrcls press-ntecl. The clay closes with the uninuil l'11ix'e1'sity Sing, where eiunpns organ- izations emnpete under the stars in the oiitduor Creek tlieatre. MA RllSSl21IlvLllllE1lJj'U is crooncfl hy the Alpha Phis. Winners of lust years sing. x 5 x . f 1 l l E i E i l XYoineii's Prebs Club nwgirnlx .ire pregentenl ut the inurning LlSSC1l1lJly. XY. A. A. cups are uffieigilly' presented to the winning teams. 335 - er to Hmnw XS. GXQ11 I XXYOQIX K readY ioiin the 130 Xu 9 06 ts P b-mfi -' 133' ge ADV 1 ,emi-E5 Og iv- - V401 at 096 SCYVQ adam! The Student Union employs 155 men and women to serve the one million-plus people who have used its facilities since September. The staff includes 64 full-time cmployees and 91 students. The food service division alone employs 135 people for its three kitchens. Food is prepared and served from the main kitchen on the first floor. dishes are washed and stored in the base- llltjllt dish room. and food is kept warm in the second floor scrvery to be served at banquets or in the faculty dining room. Over 5.500 people are served daily in the Catsbah. the cafe- teria and at banquets. Three people work reg- ularly at the information booth. and three men are employed in the games room where 50.000 .V 1-"am -G -Q""' ..,4-- .0pd'9""'1 ww' Post Office Manager Bob Rugg checks a package to be mailed through the Union Post Office. Short on the lgrifzoeook Cora C hungry Stu!-55338 has h b ill theagl Urgers arsbah students play ping-pong and pool each month. Approximately 1,000 students receive mail in the S83 boxes provided by the Union post office. Two men are employed here. Five administra- tion officials keep the building functioning and help organizations plan an average of 145 meet- ings each month. which are attended by 11,000 people. One man is employed to keep the vend- ing machines in order and well supplied. and another runs the embossograph, which turns out posters needed. And while several thousand people enjoy themselves in the Union each day, it takes a maintenance crew of five to keep the building in order. Smahm uqrungw mv avr no 'W QUE wwe .Ali , Clearing tables after a banquet is the duty of busboys like John Tinal and Bob Finnerty. W III- lm i in TIN- cluml ' , 7 Wally-r U . 1141111 the lmsemvnt to 'mzlqfiifxft Hluklxik disllw , our 'iii-IWW . nu. ' ' ., fn, ' Izlpw end ic Jankox-bk-'. - ,, 'ss 15 1011 to make the Himrg Q after even, , One i I S through usmg the -337- Uirty dislu-Q .ure wut to ilu- lmwnu-nt tu be XY.lSllL'Ll on tho xnhx L-yur, Ernc-at Culdwn-H sets in an tray of dishw. NYhcn Bob Fixmvrty insvtts dirty cups in thc dialxwnslxixmg umy-him-, duly .uw carried through mx .1 cmmtinumxs Yu-lt .md umm- wut ilu- uUwr sxdv Extllll. Qaf9'tf'Yi'1 for 1 V tl , A , ., potlvss for tl1cjL11?St3vcl1tS ny, The new power plant in the southeast corner of the campus has iinprovecl the Universitys heating and cooling systems. Tlu-sc two 100-ton centrifugal compressors stand next to a 500-ton compressor which together form the hasis ot the campus cooling system, Across the room seen the hoilcr buildings. ,J , from hetweeu tlu' compressors. can he used to generate steam tor heating the i Z7 FD XVith the addition of the new 5512000 power plant, cooling facilities were set up last fall for the Student Union and the Liberal Arts Building. The new chilled water refrigeration systein will also cool the new BPA Building as soon as it is completed. The old power plant near the Union, scheduled to be torn down soon, cooled only the library. A central heating system sirn- ilar to the one used in the old power plant is also in operation. Tracy B. Haskins is chief mechanical engi- neer of the new plant. Connected with the plant are the underground tunnels which connect all campus buildings and carry steain lilies for heating. cold Water pipes for refrigeration. domestic water lines. electric power lines for lights, clocks and bells. and telephone wires. Fireman George Reitz checks the large control panel which regulates the heating, boiler and refrigeration equipment. -338- vs GENERAL STORES Yietor Lusk, Cleueral Stores assistant. sends mail through the L'uiled States postage meter. ' The tl'lllPt'I'LllllI'C regulator valve lor the hot water All equipment purchased by any University of Arizona department is ordered through and delivered at the General Stores Building on the north side ot the campus. From there General Stores delivers them to the depart- ment that purchased them. Besides handling all items except food ordered by the LllllYt'l'Sllf'. General Stores also keeps on hand a 325.000 stock of janitor supplies. office equipment and electrical and plumbing: supplies for departments that need these supplies regularly. All x storage tank on the lelt is adjusted by plumber Glenn Bt-els, .NY f V- - Campus mail is stamped in a United States Post Office meter at the building. The meter registers over 812.01113 in postage annually. lust east of General Stores is the University Garage. where all University of Arizona auto- mobiles. trucks and busses are serviced. The garage rents out the vehicles to University departments on a mileage basis. They are serviced from these charges. Q gpv V' Electricians George C. Cooper and Floyd Casey are in 3ll'lI1" to tonnut hivlm xoltwe llllCS into the tunnel Frank Haberski polishes one of the University ears llngllll. HE Hug, BPQ4 Bufldiltg. 2 5 as it is serviced in the University Garage. - 339 - ,J l'lmtngraplicr johnny -Inlinson has Terri ll1'L'l'i4'llll.lll for an zittractix e suliivct. 5. ., , - wvx 5 , ss . ,g if x, 1. I . . is , Q, i f K 1 lol? Opening of the Student Union this fall marked the beginning of a photography business for Associated Students. To facilitate all photog- raphy for University publications, sports pub- licity and University functions. A. S. U. A. set up its own photography division and hired johnny johnson to take charge. Student body funds were used to purchase excellent equip- ment for the studio and darkroom on a long- term finance plan. The photography facilities at the foot of the stairs in the Union basement consist of Iohnnv's outer office, with a laboratory and a darkroom behind it. At the far end of the basement. through the games room. is the pho- tography studio, where all individual pictures for the Dc'.s'c'rf were posed. johnny and his assistant photographers, all students, also do individual work for campus organizations and students. gaeltitclilifa. if-fsvz, ,pmfnw 1 ...e ,, 5.",.i-Y Pl IUTO DIVISION STAFF vlulinnv -Iolmson, Norman johnson, lack Shelton, 1 Dyer Campbell. liuss lurter. Alice Cazik, The wQll-g-quipped modern darkroom vvhere -340- hundrcds of prints are processed. driu-. Miss Dorothy Clumcnt .md Donn Knrcu Cxrlwu urn- up next. lf-ry. Tlmix um' 15 vntltlml. 'ANI.nxtc-r nt I'xll'Ill.lllt' S 'AXYl,u1f nm I bid?" asks Bill Kellum-rics us ln- 2lllL'tiUllS the S4'I'YiL'L'S ui .'xll4ll'l'llS S. .-Xmlurwll. lu-.ld nf ilu- nrt llt'PLlI'fIllL'lll. loukx mm' mu- ul Prof. Ium Cullwcrtsun to the lniglu-st Isidah-r in tlnv Czunpus Chr-at llll'S1lIlllll'l Il. lin-Qs Nl'll.liS5LlllL'k' plmiuiings in flu' LvIllYt'l'NltX 'Xrt C241- Imliu H mam Me ' b ' Part of thc- CI'ltllll3i.lStiL' .nmlivm-c .nt Varsity Xlgllt. XIQKUIIKW' ut K' of :X on ilu' air. wltln Sm- Dommlmc .nt tlw llliL'l'Ul3ll0Iltf, SU'lllllllliH2 on an old guitar on tln' M'L'UIlCl flour t1-1'l'.u-v of tln- Uuiuu. P1-gqy XIIIIUIIAX amd Doug XY.u'cl lllllktf gum xgmik Q15 !"A ' f'4'v'1 Q I----www! --- --qs s..,h -, ,.a - ,, I. ' I n 1 Qfxulgdl NLLLQG- ' '-N "3 TM - , . 1 , ,- 'S 1, :- ' 5:55 K 'A we . .. ,451 ' :ii is ig- ' -,3'.,' fiffff ' K' A fi- fl .1 g.. ,ft Q '-ig? , +- '15, i .3 5. 1 gg ' - . M M..w..kb,,-...M , MwWx mx ,W x ' ' - ' "' My ,nam ' -we D" Q -A-'-"""v-r-Q, lakh.. i E Q S X ,W S: ., .. 'Q Sie, , N ' -SN Q' mr 1 f- 'N y f' . x .' p---. .W if ff Extlzur IlCr1dw'.s'm1 Photo f4damZ6a5a ',4-v1"' vw-""' Bcs-t Wishes to H10 Lovely Tohono toshions creoted by DOLORES from i7th 76111-SS of '52 from Century styles. Why not odd one ot her originol tosh- M ., i qi A ions to your college wordrobe? See the wide voriety ot i cggfxt dresses ot DOLORES' todoy. ' , ' mi:-V'tiq x9J'r'x ,,,,,: K- gf? I it-.M 9. ' 1 Miss America tor 1950, Jocque Mercer, tokes o spin in Americds finest ond smooth- est sports cor . . . The NASH Heeley, on disploy now ot A pair of Levis . . . a Western shirts . ., And you're all ready to go. , XEEZY Store Dom eww 51 North sixth Avenue 344 '37 som" sim' AW' 2 . Q TI-IE FUTURE OF' A NATION DEPENDS UPON THE EDUCATION OF ITS PEOPLE Serving: Tucson, Nogoles, Ajo, Benson, Sofford, Morenci, Bisbee, Hoyclen, Winkelmon -345- Mc: ry Wright Iusunl Clothes in the Arizona N11 FHAX CARDNLR . x.S'.WiL'illf 1915 E. Speedway' Phone 5-3470 Bcirboro Boyer and Goil Moclritosh select some ot their favorite fruit ot . . . EL RANCHO MARKET 3360 East Speedway Copper . . . from the ground to the mill. MIAMI COPPER COMPANY Y IIII QO -In YA if we A 1 In spite ot our loyalty to Pontiac, we have to admit that we have here in the person ot Miss Shirley Frank- lin something more beautitul than "the most beautiful thing on wheels." HACKETT 81 WHITING MOTOR COMPANY 38 EAST ALAMEDA Q M 'f Llillx I QUALITY, PRICE, SERVICE That's Why We Grow MITCHELL FURNITURE CO. For Indian jewelry . . . expertly wrought 75-H9 West Congress Sf, by experienced crattsmen . . . make Phone 2-7461 -347- your selection at . . . flag .fackeiii Virge Parker and Nancy Lea make Lewis Salon Shoes their one-stop shoe center. Lovely styles to tit every college occa- sion. Visit our College Set Room . . . especially for you. IOEWIS SALCN SHQES 55 East Pennington xx S SKK X - s is mrtlllllallgrs lll mal- It of "-- We Class Ol ' -"" ,,yl' f ij., l wiih E Y X wishes T .r.' .t', i bcs . QC . .'A' W our WN ' gf Y .. V,V. X endeavors q ibq Serving Southern Arizona with live- stock teecl and flour sinve l87l . . . An Arizona Star specialized feed for 1 X every type of livestock. k ' Washington at First Street pl'0e"'Xf Amfm 177 Toole Avenue Tucson -348- vw. eautzful is the bride Ethereal and serene is the bride whose perfect wedding is planned by Steiufelds Bridal Shop Advisor. Let lier arrange the complete details . . . your trousseau, your bridesmaids' Costumes. your gift regishy . . . even to being at the church for last-minute touches. Nzltlmllly, the .services of our Bridal Shop Advisor and her stuff arc yours zriflmzzf Clmrae. Q 9 Y fe X-A A U ' ' in 'faflg S. 1 In Our 98fl1 Year e E A 4' ,. t gi A Ji ' -Qf:"f.fg2i?:l:1"Q ' O O O 9 xx f .+- AA llt+0wl1fw.wrW91w Marvelle Germaine and Marty Smith model a sample of what you'Il tind in college fashions for every occasion at . . . I adm 4 128 W. Congress Ph. 3-5671 ?z6ZZc'cwz'Zq Wea: ofa 52! you're money ahead from the start , , , you're value ahead through the miles , , , you're ahead all the way with Chevrolet! Your Chevrolet Dealer in Tucson 'TB ffm "Most Likely 3 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 to- morrow's business and professional leaders. These young men and women who establish a banking connection by opening a savings account and add- to Succeed" ing to it regularly . . . who consult the bank about their plans for the future . . . who win and keep the confidence of their banker . . . have gained a valuable, life-long ally. The Valley National Bank cor- dially welcomes the accounts and friendships of all sincere, ambitious young men and women. VA!!M'!:EE3Cii'?!A!Fl.lZl!?l1SPgRfS!t"'4 """t"S-.g, "ARIZONA ORIGINALSH r f lyfi ,. " Distinctivcly tliffc-rt-ut and clialwiiingly wearable, the Tohouo squawlclrvss and Su- Apnclie Elhirt 'u'1PL1uts Mel tw? ext-ifllcut ' 1 fi 1 gl " Stl' f. Ta' ' ' :'t DW CleC""""Q L0U"lfl"Y 2123332?fliali'.ETi,iCp3lf.3"2lUti1l2fIlii ffifiliimng'lllfii.lll-142251 yoke-s and Incliim lieiitlvd buttons, they are uvuilalnle in sizes Tuxedo Rentals 10 to 18 and gre most reasonably priced. G ARIZONA OHIGINALS ARE DESIGNED if TAILORED Bl ARIZONA SHIRT CO., INC. At Ul'llYeI'SIl'y Square 3337 East Speedway Tucson, Arizona -351- - "Meet You at Marl'in's" Two of the 8 Martin Drug Stores are located Within easy Walking distance of the campus . . . No. 6 at Park and Sixth . . . No. 7 at Third and Euclid . . . fbe sure you agree on which one you are to meet atb. If by chance you are meeting after 9:00 P. M., make it Martin's No. 2- downtown at Congress and Fifth-it's open all night. All Martin Drug Stores have outstanding Fountain Service IVIARTI I IRM M' -. ..,... .... , Serving Arizona Since 1867 SHE nkmilikutvte LLLIBRICATIOR SHELL For dependable automotive service or for that do1lar's Worth of gas-you Will always get the best at . . Ralph '7fLeja'4 SHELL SERVICE STATION just off Campus on Park and Speedway FIIAMPTDII-STONE g cAFETEnlA L .. G I F 0 0 ll 0 I S D b I The Way You Like It 536 N. 4th Ave. Ph. 2-9126 -352- , X 1 X f If l.Xl..0,. Sims' G 12 Bam 48 EAST PEYNINGTON zfs 526225:-zz. 48 EAST PENNINGTON OUR SECOND FLOOR is devoted to sn1oH Sze and junky coHecHons sizes1O-I2 cmd 7-13 For the enjoyment of the tired businessrnon, the "steody" couple or the whole tomily. . , these tlfmeoters bring you Holly- wood's best. lllllllll lflllllElEl'LllSlUllll ll ,Z Som Stone Fox-Tuc:soN and LYRIC THEATERS B:XllllOXYS inxitvs Xlr. anal Xlrs. Alo Holla-qv to pay it xisit to their In-xx' store zmcl see tht- lim- selec- tion of famous lmmtls ul furni- ture- . . . for cx'v1'x' llollsm- mul l'UO1Tl. BARROWS FURNITURE COMPANY TUCSON PHOENIX -354- dw? Www 641' M 4 b--- My M QQ 5,1 5:3 TUCSON NEWSPAPERS, INC Qin 3m Ull'I nulg Star Qursuu Univ Qlh v AY Fost delivery service ond suentific methods assure our Customers of Heolthful recreotuon good sports sofe ond dependable service UNIT LAUNDRY 3, SPEEDWAY LANES 1240 NOYH1 Sl'Ol1e f---e ----M YW Y The Home of Friendly Service A vi' ff e BEAUDRY Moroiz co. 'boo I' wel' C' 847 North Stone Phone 3-0534 6 gx Tim loL1'lii'.s-I 1z'c'cIdii1,Q'.s' fm' planned by H10 HOUSE UF BRIDES. XVe feature u large collection of liriclal gowns of fabulous lvcaufy and modest price. For Appointment Phone 3-5091 or 2-7321 Jewelry - Gifts -1 Curios y UNIVERSITY JEWELERS 901 V2 East Third St. 1?01EZAC96lMGE'Pkfl4?' 'MSW BROADWAY VILLAGE PRELL'S MARKET and BAKERY BROADWAY VILLAGE BETTER FOODS FOR LESS Post Office Branch BROADWAY VILLAGE APPLIANCE 6- HARDWARE STORE Housewares - Gifts - Points E! Ewmcfa Yarns - Lending Lib ro ry BROADWAY AT COUNTRY CLUB ROAD TUCSON sg 0 ln student body government i'r's Bill Kemmeries, ond in men's sports weor it's Dove Bloom G Sons! For the lotest Esquire foshions in compus clothes feotur- ing the noTion's leoding bronds, poy o visit 'ro o college mon's store . . . Dove Bloom C7 Sons. U n the genllemeng Corner!! Congress at Sixth Je fi Wfyiffi plnoioqruplaera' Dial 3-2172 18-12 E. Sixth Street X, Q 5, . tx R 'I ,L 'FHM TUCSON TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY 45 XV. PENNINGTON Speedway Office - 341-1 E. SPEEDXVAY Title Insurczncc' ' Escrows ' Trusts SWE KCNA extends their best wishes to Cooch Woodson ond his stoft-ond to the future 1952 teom . ,550 anqamdial ir Broodcosters ot the 1951 U otAtootboI1 gonnes 'A' VX Free Delivery to Students ZARY Sdllfll CAMPUS CASTLE Ronch ond Sportsrnon Outfitter 931 East Speedway Phone 2-7552 2310 East Broadway Tucson, Arizona -359- I The Desert looks to quality . . . whether in choos- ing its queen or yearbook binding. Through the years publications have found that the best, well- handled bindery Work is done by ARIZONA TRADE BINDERY .... University publications, too, follow the well-beaten path to the leader in quality binding. ARIZONA TRADE BINDERY Phoenix, Arizona ,hx Tosty, delicious tlovors in quality ice creom . . . X 0 W ,.l...A4Ar ICE CREAM "Pure as Its Name" 430 N. Stone Phone 3-7031 IXIERNIE KEATINC, DUTCH KUNDE A Smoker's Po roclise Toboccos . . . Pipes . . . ond Other Accessories DAMSKEY'S 125 East Broadway -- 7 9 . "X tucson fzicfal Shop. . . . where your lifes happiest moment bt-gms. Our experi- enced bridal Consultant is on lumd to assist you . . . to aid in making "your day" a com- plete success. You are cordially invited to visit our Bridal Shop. Stone at Pennington Tucson's Store of Friendly Service "W'1zere Tlzriftics sate you 292 in cash" assi ALDINE SINCLAIH Collegiate Wise in Style ond Price I-L MAIN L4 IBBX Ulrsti-rii llXiIl2 in im 2ltllIllSDIN'I'L' of solid L-miitiwri. gnu-imis liuspit.ility'. liuuiiis with imlixiciiniliy L'Ulltl'1Ylll'Cl llll"L'llIllli- timiing and limiting, prinntm' imluoiiivs UN1'l'11NJl'iil12 tin- city .incl iiuil'-by lHiYllIlt.lillS, Ifxu-llcut uiiisiinx Clriuicl svi'x'iu'. Overlooking Doxmtown Tucson . . . luxurious and modern surroundings add to the comfort of your visit to . . . 9 T H Ez Z 7 ,..... 1 ,.-.,. l .,..,., I H O T E '- fi S T 0 N E A T B R 0 A D yy A Y As U. of A. Students Come ond Go BHGGAGE '7uo1m Wawhawe Z '74am,fm eamfzanq Otters Their Dependable Services IT , osx QQMWSMWW gaming I y I The U. ot A. Coed's Headquarters tor Campus Wear I Just Off Campus . . . on the University Square I I I I I I I I I Th . . STERLING - CH I NA - CRYSTAL I e tnnest care tor your crowning I 1 I glory. . . manicure, sl'1annpoo,tinger Complete Bridal Registry I wave. You will look your best after ' ovisitto . . . GRUNEWALD AND ADAMS I J E W E L E R S K THELlv1A'S BEAUTY SHOP I 60 East Congress Established in 1906 THE NEW SMELTER AT A10 - One Reverberatory Furnace, two Con- verters and one Anode Furnace equip the new Aja Smeller. The stack is 360 feet high. ?'zanZc?vz4 an ?zoduct6on Today, the frontiers are still being pushed back in this America of ours .... frontiers that open new fields for scientific achieve- ment and industrial advances .... which in turn create new leisure, broader educational opportunities and higher standards of living. Aio, Arizona's first mining camp, is again a frontier. This time it is the frontier of advanced methods for reducing low-grade Copper ores to usable Copper. The new Smelter at Ajo is the most modem in operation today .... from reverberatory furnace to anode casting wheel every mechanical process is the last word in Smelting practice. Copper, so necessary in defense preparedness, so essential to America's standard of peace-time living, so indispensible in the development of Americas future inventions, flows from Ajo and other Arizona copper camps to aid in bettering the American way of life. PHELPS DODGE CORPORATION BISBEE DOUGLAS AIO MORENCI CLARKDALE IEROME - 365 -- 5? i I ww ' L Tnere's riding comfort when you step down into the new -l--HUDSON HORNET--1 enema 185 North Stone Gggd Food 1 I I For the finest cleoningg service courteous Service ond cold fur storage . . . use ' ' the best . . . NU-WAY CLEANERS 34 SOUTH PARK The Place for You to Eat Phone 3-0595 -365- Conveniently Located . . EUCLID CAFETERIA ig 30.55 QQNITU The I3-est in furniture costs no rnore at the . . . W. R. SHEARMAN FURNITURE CO., INC. x ' .RR ...'.,.. Southern Arizona's Largest Farm, Home and Ranch Supply Store RQNSTADTS Pioneers in Good Merchandise Hardware Machinery Your Tucson store of famous labels . AJCZPX , Pennington and Scott, Phone 4-0411 e b . If 3 'rm so .' is 4 Youq, dways ,ind TIME T0 cool. oFF! . . . the book you want : mn ond here ore the people who co at Steinheimefs moke summer temperotures Iivobl ' ' ' with Chrysler Airtemp. O 937 E. Third, University Square O TIDMARSH ENGINEERING CO. Buick is synonymous with beoury . . . groceful lines ond depermdoble performonce YOUNG BUICK CO. For an evening ot dining and dancing that will till any occasion with fun and entertainrnent, visit and rernem- ber our RENDEzvous Room SANTA RITA HOTEL A "1ZfZ"'Q f 'NY 'Liv' 'IA : 4' '--Mn my 1 IQGQ,-'K'-g-td . ' ' .-,,. x . l ' , , Tucsan's Building l-leadauarters - wi since lS9O . . . For a quick snack, notions, candies, or prescriptions . . . J09'jllfgQ'g1 DCIRUGS J. KNOX coRBETt LUMBER co 'S Pee way 2lOE.Seventh si. DiaI2-8881 Well Known by U. ot A. Students tor Over 35 Years UNIVERSITY DRUG CO. nsoov xiiowm J We extend our best wishes tor success, health and happiness, to all U. ot A. students and to the graduating class at l952. Ulze Zucaon Qaa, cfeclric fight 663 fewer Co. Provider ot luxury living at budget cost" Peaceful . . . and Attractive The Place for Mom and Dad to Stay GERONIMO HOTEL Just Two Blocks From the Campus jnapiration Cvolwofidafed Hopper Company INSPIRATION, ARIZONA -371- , Y M.--A'.i'FT" A l TT 'f'Ni"' l F "'4iiml1N" i 5555 l Your clothes are handled with the l utmost care . . quickly . . safely . . at TUCSON LAUNDRY 6- il QGQYUZLG original Nliss Virge Parker models the "Papa- go Indian Village" Skirt. one of many designed by Tuc- son's DeCruZia. Fuller fabrics made this one of white waffle pique with muted desert tones. The un- pressed pleated skirt has a belt of harmonizing colors. The blouse, by Cardle King, is of white waffle pique with rhinestone buttons. l T I. 3-7511 Wvmmg- T e Wlulibhmfse 552PCu'dZWwMf5f010 TUCSON'S Most COMPLETE DEPARTMENT Stone l Always top quality items at rock bottom prices. Com plete lines of ready- to-wear clothing tor the family The finest lines ot home appliances and needs in Tucson Store Hours 9-30-5'30 Daily W!0WWW My si N. sixrhIlii:tiptPlz1li:T-5151 Tucson l , -. The design ot the future, a reality today . . . iii Inspect the l952 Studebaker at . . . 'l-T -Tl J. and B. MOTORS Inc. .--.-.l 6I6 North Stone Avenue -. L.: M ,. Durable Concrete Dependable Service Featuring the finest in cosmetics, including Elizabeth Arden Dorothy Gray Revlon TUCSON ROCK 5- SAND CO., INC. T. ED. LITT Congress at Scott Rock and Sand Products -373- I l Western nospitolity . . . tl'iot's the I Pioneer, ot course . . . o fovorite I with students ond townspeople M olike . . . it's olwoys tun to go to i the Pioneer for nice atmosphere l ond good food I PIONEER HOTEL . li Stone and Pennington X I ' V4 l BGR HARDWARE AND APPLIANCE Expert Rodio ond Applionce Repoirs Cu. E. 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Arizona Land Title and Trust ..... Arizona Shirt Company .,...,..,.... . Arizona Trade Bindery ,.... . Army Store .,.....ri.......,..,.. B. tk R. Hardware .......,Y,...w,...,,,v Barrows Furniture Company rr.,.. Beaudry Motors t,......,...,........... Betts Printing Company ...,,., Broadway Village ........,.,,.... Campus Castle . .....,................VY... . Cele Peterson Shop ............,,..,........... City Laundry and Dry Cleaners ........ Clay Lockett .,,...v............vv........................... College Shop ..................,............................. Crystal Coca-Cola Bottling Company ...... Damskey s .,..,..............................,.,..,..,.,...,.. Danielis Jewelers ........ Darling Shop ..,........... Dave Bloom 61 Sons ..... 377 354 379 348 377 385 351 360 344 374 35 4 356 385 357 359 353 378 347 364 380 362 382 376 358 Index Korriekis .......,,...,....,.. Langers Floral Shop ..... Levyls A.,......................... Lewis Shoe Salon ........ Martin Drug .............,.............,, Mary WV right ..,.,....,..,.....,..,.....,,,.. Mitchell Furniture Company ,....,. Miami Copper Company .......... Nu-YVay Cleaners ,..,..e,...... O'Rielly Motor Company Park Music Shop .,....,,.,. Perkins Motors, Inc. .... . Phelps Dodge .............. Pioneer Hotel ..,....... Porterls ....,.....,.,... Reuheirs ....,.............e,. Ronstadtis Hardware ..... Roy Drachman .........,.. Santa Rita Hotel .,..........., Sears Roebuck 81 Co. ........,.,..........,,... Shamrock Dairy ,...........,...................,,..,.,.., Southern Arizona Bank and Trust Co ....... Dixon Motor .,............ 344 Dolores .................... ..... I 344 Elite Ice Cream ,..,. ,... 3 62 El Merendero .............., ,... I 384 El Rancho Market ....... ..,, I 346 Emporium .................. ,,,, I 384 Euclid Cafeteria ........ .,,. I 366 F ox-Tucson Theatre ............... ,,., 3 54 Frampton-Stone Cafeteria .,... .... I 352 Geronimo Hotel .......,..,....,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 370 Colden YVest Amusement Company .,..,,44,, 384 Coldwater s ..................,..,,,.,,.,.,,,..,.,,.,, ,,,, 350 Southwestern Sash and Door ...,..,,,,.,....,... Speedway Lanes ...,...i.,.....,.....,. S.R.K. Menis Shop ....,..,....,,. Stemfeld s ,.,.....,......,.... Steinheimeris Books ....... Sunset Dairy ................... T. Ed Litt Drug Store ........ Thelma's Beautv Salou ......,. Cruenwald 81 Adams ...,., .,,.,,, ,,,. r 3 64 Cuild House .c,s...,......,.. ,.,, I 353 Cus Taylorls ..,..............,........,.,..,,.,,..,. ,,.. I 350 Hackett 351 XVhiting Motor Company .,..,,i,., 347 Haskell Linen Supply Co ..,..r.,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,., 380 Hollis Photo-Engravers ....,....r..,,,,..,,,, 379 House of Brides ...,.....,........ 356 HlJXN'El1'Cl 61 Stofft .........,...........,..,,.,,,,,,, 378 Inspiration Consolidated Copper Co ....,,,,, 371 I. 81 B. Motors ,,.....,..,,,,.,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,t4 373 jacomeis ....,........,...,...,,.,,.,..,..,,,., 362 J. C. Penney Company .,,,.,..,.,..,,. 363 I. Knox Corhett Lumber Co .....,, 369 johnson Drug ,.......................i,.. 369 jerryis Ming House ..... 380 KCNA Radio Station ...... 359 Kinney Studios .,.,......... 358 Tlnmderhird Shop ............,...... ....... Tidmarsh Engineering Co. .................. Trejols Shell Service Station ...........,........ Tucson Federal Savings 61 Loan Co. Tucson Gas, Electric Light 61 Power Tucson Laundry and Dry Cleaners.. Tucson Newspapers, Inc. ..............,.. , Tucson Rock and Sand Co., Inc ..,. . Tucson Title Insurance .............................. Tucson XVarehouse 81 Transfer Co ........... Unit Laundry .....,............................... University Bookstore ..... University Drug Store .... University jewelers .,..,,. Varsity Cleaners ...... WVesterne1' Hotel .......................................... White House Department Store ,............... W. R. Shearman Furniture Company ........ Young Buick, Inc. ....................................... . Zary South ............. 348 374 367 348 352 346 347 346 366 35 I 374 366 365 374 38 1 381 367 376 369 372 345 375 380 355 384 349 368 382 373 364 375 368 352 376 370 372 355 373 358 363 355 383 370 356 351 363 372 367 368 359 Fencing A ,..,,. .. A HA" Day ...,.,.,,...., .,..... ..... 5 4 Acacia ,.., ,.................. 156 A Cappella Choir .... 115 Activity Section ..,.,....,..,.. ...,..... 1 04 Administration .................... ...... 2 4 Administration Officials 30 Advertising Section ..,,........ .,... I 343 Aggie House .......iii..,,i.i., ......... 1 57 Agriculture College ...,iY 58 Agricultu1'e Seniors ...... 60 Alpha Chi Omega ...... 202 Alpha Epsilon Phi i....i 224 Alpha Phi ....,i......i...,,., 204 Alpha Tau Omega ....i. 158 Alpha Xi Delta ....i... 206 Alumni Association ...... 34 Arizona Hall ........,....... 228 Associations Section .....,. ,tiii.,,, 1 52 A. W. S. Carnival ..,... 45 A. XV. S. Council .....,. 43 A. VV. S. Officers ...,.,. 44 B Band .......... 114 Baseball ,s..,,........... 295 Basketball ,.......,.......,. 283 Behind the Scenes ..... 336 Blue Key ......,.,............. 47 Board of Control ,....,. 38 Board of Regents ....... 28 Bobcats .,.,.,,.....,.,..i.. 47 Business College ....,. 62 Business Seniors ..r... 64 C Calendar of Events .....i,,. ,,..,. I 325 Campus Scenes ........ 16 Chain Gang ........ 49 Cheerleaders ...... 282 Chi Omega i,........ 208 Cochise Hall ............... 229 Colleges Section ..,..,...,,..... ,...,, 5 6 Committee Chairmen .,,...,. ....., 3 7 Co-ordinating Officers ....., .,,,., 3 9 Wwlez D Dean of Men .....s... Dean of 11'omen vVv.ve Dedication . ...,........... .. Department Heads ....... Delta Chi .,.................. Delta Delta Delta .... Delta Gamma .,,..i... Delta Sigma Phi ..,..,,. Desert .................... Desert Dance ..,... Desert Queen .....r.i......s,,...s. ....... Drama Section ....,....,...,,.s,..... ...,... 'ilsadies of the jury" .... ..... . . 'iDarkness at Noon" .,..... .i,,. . . i'Cramercy Chostl' ,.,,,,,,.,,,i,, ,,.,, , , 'Abe Lincoln in Illinois" e..eee ..,e . S, Othello .,..,....,........,...i...... ....... E East Stadium ..........,...... Education College ....... Education Seniors .....,.... ...,... Engineering College ......., .,..... Engineering Seniors .,... Ensembles ............,.......,,.. ..,.... Executive Committees ....,..i ...,... F F. S.T. ................. . Fine Arts College ..,i Section ...........r...eY ,,,,,,, Class Officers ..... .,,V.,, 11 eek ..,......,........ .e,..e, Fine Arts Seniors ....,. Football s.....,.s..,...,.s. Forensics Fraternity Fraternity Social Functions Fraternity Q Freshman Freslnnen Freshmen ' C Camma Phi Beta ,.,..... Cila Hall ..,.,............ Clee Clubs ......,...,. Colf .............................. Graduate College ...... Gymnastics ............,.. 1166118 ...........,...,, ,,,,,,, 119011 ,,............,. .,..,,, 29 29 9 ..: O. 02 160 210 212 162 1336 113 128 119 120 120 122 122 1253 2:30 68 70 74 76 1 17 40 49 S06 78 80 266 1 18 154 194 198 200 52 53 214 235 116 30:3 81 306 191 H Hall Section ...., .,..... Hall Life ....... Help Week ....,........., Homecoming .........,..,..... Homecoming Dance .... Homecoming Floats ...... Homecoming Queen .... Inde endent Students Association ........i..... Hopi Lodge ................. I P Inter-Fraternity Council Intramural Sports .............. ...., I junior Class Officers ........ ..... Kappa Kappa Gamma K Kappa Alpha .,..............., Kappa Alpha Theta ..... Kappa Sigma ................. Kitty Kat ........................ L Lambda Chi Alpha ...... Lambda Delta Sigma . Law College .................. Law Seniors ................. Liberal Arts College Liberal Arts Seniors .... M Maricopa Hall ....., Military Section ....... Mines College ...,,..., Mortar Board ....................... ......., Mines Seniors ...........,. Mom Sz Dads Day ........ Most Eligible Bachelor N Navajo Hall .... ....... 227 226 192 108 112 110 132 23 1 154 317 48 185 216 218 166 144 164 168 84 86 87 89 236 99 93 95 106 47 134 232 7m!ex O Orchestra .......,.,.....,.,,,.,,,, .,,.,,, 1 17 Organizations Section ...... ,,,.,., 2 41 A.I.M.E. .....,...,.......,.,.,. ,.,,.,, 24 9 A.S.C.E. ...,.......,...,,... ..,..,, 2 48 A.S.M.E. ....., ,,,,,,, 2 48 Ad Club ,.......,........... ....... 2 47 Aggie Club ...,............. ....... 2 53 Alpha Delta Sigma ....... ....... 2 47 Alpha Epsilon ...,,...,..,. .,..... 2 46 Alpha Epsilon Rho ...... .,..... 2 56 Alpha Kappa Psi ....... .....,. 2 46 Alpha Phi Omega ..... ....... 2 49 Alpha Rho Tau ........,.......... ....... 2 55 Alpha Zeta .....................,............................ 254 American Chemistry Society ,...,.,........... 252 American Pharmaceutical Association .... 252 Anthropology Club ,...,....,..,....,..,..,.,..,....... 258 Beta Gamma Sigma ......,........................,.. 243 Delta Sigma Pi ........... ....... 2 47 Delta Sigma Rho ....... Engineer Council ....... Gymnastic Club ...... Home Ec Club ........ International Club ..... 1.R.E. 61 A.I.E.E. ..... . Kappa Beta Pi ........ Kappa Kappa Psi ....... ...M250 ,......245 u...,,.:306 .......254 .......257 ...,...248 ...M251 ...M255 Kappa Psi ................ ....... 2 52 Le Cercle Francais ............... ....... 2 51 Menis P.E. Majors .r,..,................ ....... 3 24 National Collegiate Players ...... ....... 2 50 Pan American League ........... ....... 2 47 Phi Alpha Delta ................... ....... 2 44 Phi Beta Kappa ,,........... ....... 2 43 Phi Delta Chi ............. ....... 2 52 Phi Delta Kappa ....... ....... 2 44 Phi Delta Phi .......... ....... 2 45 Phi Kappa Phi ......,.... ....... 2 43 Phi Mu Alpha .,............. ....... 2 51 Phi Lambda Upsilon ........ ....... 2 52 Philosophy Club ............. ....... 2 57 Pi Delta Epsilon ....... ....... 2 50 Pi Delta Phi ............ ....... 2 56 Pi Lambda Theta ..... ....... 2 44 Pi Mu Epsilon ........ ....... 2 56 Pi Omega Pi ........ ....... 2 46 Putte1'S .,..........,..... .......... 3 16 Racquet Club ..,,.. 312 Ramblers ........... ....... 2 57 Red Cross ..........v. ....... 2 56 Rodeo Club .,.,.,.,.r.... ....... 2 54 Sigma Alpha Iota ....... ....... 2 55 Sigma Delta Pi ,.,..... .......255 Ski Club ............... Tachycardiacs ..... Tau Beta Pi .,,...... Theta Tau .................. University Players i........ Weight Lifting Club ...... Whois Who ..............,.... WVomen,s A Club ..........v, XVomen,s P.E. Majors .,,,i... XVomen,s Press Club ....,, Zeta Phi Eta ..........,........,......... ......... Outstanding Sportswoman .,..,.. ,,,.. P Panhellenic Council e..r,, Papago Lodge ....,..,.,.. Pharmacy College .... Pharmacy Seniors .,..,. Phi Delta Theta ,.,..ss..... Phi Gamma Delta ,,w..,,. Phi Kappa ................,. Phi Kappa Psi .,...,. Phrateres ..............i., Pi Beta Phi ....a,.,aa...... Pi Kappa Alpha ii,...i. Pi Kappa Phi ....,,.,, Pima Hall ............,, Pinal Hall ,...,..... Polo Village ............. Pom Pon Girls ............ Publication History ...... Publications Section .,.,.. R Q Queens ..,.... .... R Registration .........,,............ Religious Groups e......,........ Baptist Student Union ,.,..... Campbell Club .....,,...,..... Canterburv Club ,.......,., Epworth Club ..,...,...,........,.,.., ......... Hillel .,...,...................................... ......... Lutheran Student Association Newman Club ....................,........ ,...,,.., Parker Club ............................, ......... Religious Council .....,...... Roger VVilliams Forum ,....... University Nazarenes ...... 258 251 245 249 250 242 316 316 251 250 308 201 233 96 98 170 172 188 174 222 220 176 177 225 234 239 282 147 135 127 55 259 261 26 1 261 262 262 262 263 262 260 262 262 Wdex NVesley Club ........ XVestminster ,,.... Rodeo ................. Rodeo Queen ....., Senior Class Officers .,..ii Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Chi ..,.........,......... Sigma Nu ,.,....,.,...,.,,...,...,. Sophos ,....,s,..,..,,....,,,.i.,.,,. Sophomore Class Officers ,,i.i. .,.,ii.. Sorority Section .....,,,,..... Sport Section ...,................ Spurs ...,e...........,,....,,,.... Student Council ..i......,.... Student Government .i.,., Student Senate ....i....,,..ii. Student Union Section .. Swimming ,. ...i. ,....i.....,.... . Talent Night .,,...i. .,..,., Tau Delta Phi ii.,,. Tennis .ii....iii...ii. Theta Chi iv... Townsmen s,,.. Track ....,..... Varsity Night s..... Varsity Show ........ Vista .........,.......,. 1 Vi .A.A. .......... . XVildcat ..,..v,.....,.. XVomen,s Day .i,.,i XVOIHGIIS Sports ....,. Yavapai Hall .,...... ., Yuma Hall ,,...,... .. Zeta Beta Tau ...... 262 260 148 151 46 178 180 182 51 50 202 264 51 38 35 42 6 305 1 25 184 304 186 189 300 124 126 146 309 140 335 .....,..307 237 238 190 7 1 Abdul-Karem, Has LAW il H ..........,..... 257 Abell, Carol ,...,.,..,,,,,,, 89,236,258 Ahosketes, Mary ......,,......,. 250.256 Abrams, Charlotte .,,........... 133.214 Abrams, Carl ..........,, A..... 0 4.170 Acers, Donald .v.......,. .Yv......., 2 57 Ackerman, Harry .,.,.. ......... 8 6.244 Adams. Joan ....,,.Y Y,,,... 2 12.310 Adams, Joe v,,,.... Y........,. 5 320 Adams, Judith .,,.. VV.V,... 2 37 Adams, Marilyn ,.,,,,, .,.,. 2 02 Adams, Marion .....,.,.,,,,,..........., 70 Adams, Steven .......,Y'Y,..,.,.Y.....,. 229 Adamson, Harold Agcaoili, Rosario .,,, 60,2 Adsit, Mary ......l.........,Y.. Agee, D. Jane ........ Aguilar. Carol ,,,, .,,, Ahdab. XX, ....,.. . Ahearn, Alice ...,. Ahern, Gloria ,.., Ahles, Rodney ..... Ahlgren, Helen .......,, Broockmann, Cornelia ....Y. 208,311 89,134,158 35" 36.25-4.-. i ,.....89.1S8 208.315 .,...,,,,,,238 771 ,,.....204 235 236 ..,,,,,,1i8 .,..,.,,246 Ahlskog, Gail ...,.,....V,..... ..... 2 04 Ainbinder, Barbara ,..........-.,..,. 235 Ainsley, Darien .....,,,Y,,.,.,..,....,,,, 216 Aitkenhead, Claire ....,Y..,... 206.238 Akins, Patsy ......Y.Y.,.,, .....1 7 0.235 Akol, Halim .l......... .'..w. 3 2.257 Al-Ansary, Majid ....,. .,..... 2 54,257 Alberts, John ..v.,,...,...... v,...,..,ww 2 51 Albertson, Barbara .,..........,, 89.236 Albertson, Roy ............Y...........V, 140 Alderton, Del ....,,Y...,V....VY.... 139.191 Aldcrton, Jewel .....,,.,,.. 139.191.222 Aldin, Hansinea ........,Y..,....,.. 80.214 Alexander. Ray ...... ..,..1,.,,, 2 62 Alexieft, Peter ,...,,,. ......l..,,VV, 2 31 Alison, Roger ....,....,.. ......... 6 4.172 Al-Khaiaji. Abbas ...,.... .,,......,, 2 57 Allemann, Richard ,...., ...,Y,Y. 2 F31 Allen. J. Mel ....,.....,.Y ..,., 3 319 Allen, John .,... ........ 1 55 Allen, Lyle .,.,, ,,,.. 2 44 Allen, Ona ....,,.,,.. VYYVV 5 311 Allen Ross ...,......., 81 Allington, Alice ...,.,. ........ 2 14 Allison, Alfred ,,...... i,,,,,,, 2 28 Allison. Isabella ,,,,,,, ......Y, 2 14 Alspach, Thomas ...., ,....,.. 1 82 Alsworth, Philip ,...,,,... ,,...,...., 1 43 Altstatt, Leslie ..,.............,..... 89,172 Adamson, Tommy ,.,,,..........,,,.. 230 Amaya, Carlos .... 188,188,247.251. 257,260,263.333 Ambrose, Christine ..,,..........,..,,, 287 Ames, Billy .....,,,,,,,...,.l........ 64,186 Amstcr, Harry .,......,,,,,,,, 64,154,182 Anders, Barbara .... ,.,, ,,,,. 2 2 0,235 Andens, Bill .......,. ......, ...... 2 2 9 Anderson, Alwyn ...,. ..,.,.., 2 29 Anderson Arthur ,,,., ,....... 1 74 Anderson Ben ,...,.,,, ,.... 6 4 Anderson Betty ....,,, ....,,,, 7 0 Anderson Dennis ...., ..,,.... 1 70 Anderson Frank i,.. .. ......,, 252 Anderson, James ,,,,.., ......., 1 91 Anderson Janie ...,i.. ,,...... 2 10 Anderson John ....,.,,..,.,,..,,...,,,., 172 Anderson Leonard ,...........,,.... ,248 Anderson Marjorie ...... 70 315,316 Anderson Oliver ,.......,. 60,229,254 Anderson Patricia E ,..........,,.,.. 89 Anderson Patricia G .,,,,.........,.. 204 Anderson Raymond ,.,.,.,.....,..,,. 76 Anderson, Robert ,,,..,,, 230,280,324 Anderson, Ruth ....,... .............. 2 86 Anderson, Yvonne ....... ...... 9 8,214 Andre, LaRae ..,...,.... .............. 2 10 Andres, E. H. ...,.., ,........,....... 2 44 Andrew, Fred ,,...,.,i,,...., 60,172,254 Andrews, David ....,,.,,.............., 180 Andrews, Spencer ...... Andrews, Mlilliam .,,,. Anklam. Richard .....,..,,178 ,.,,..,.86.245 172,300 Annas, Robert ,,,,..,,, ,.,..,,.,....... 2 33 Ansani, Robert ................,,..,..... 164 Antz, Mathias ,..... .....,, 6 4,248,263 Appel, Charles .... .,....,.,,.,,,,. 2 28 Archer, Florence ,,,.. ...,,.,.,... 2 14 Ares, Charles ...,,,..,,,,.......,...... 85,86 Armstrong, Ardcll ,.....,....,,,.,,,,,,, 238 Armstrong, Edward ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 229 Armstrong, Joan ,..,.,., 42,46,70,212, 242,809,810,316 Armstrong, Jolm ,,..,...,.,.,, 36,38,42, 47.64.242 Armstrong, Tom ..,,..,....,.....,.,.... 182 Armstrong. XVin. Henry 49,158,296 Arnold, Harold ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,..,,..... 231 Arnold, Jeanne ,,,.,,.....,........,. 89,288 Arons, Michele ,.,,., 0,238,282 Aros, Eddy ,......,.,,...,. ....,......., 2 96 Arriola, Fernando .,,., ,...., 1 15,228 Asbury, Harry ,,.,,,,. .....,,.. 1 80,805 Ash, Patil ,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.,,. 806 Askey, Ruth ,.......,......, 216,250,310 Astiazaran, Fernando .,.....,.,.,,.., 248 Atkins, Lee ,,,,..,,,,, ,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,. 2 12 Atlcr, Janet ,,,,,,,,,,.,.,..,,.i,,,,,,,.,.,. 200 Augustine, Pat ,..,.,....,,,,.,,..,.,,... 248 Auster, Natalie .,..,....... 226,235,254 Austin, Alfred ,,,,,..,.,,.,..,i,,, 157,254 Austin. Catherine ,....,,..,.,,,,, 64,246 Austin, Grace ,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,. 4 5189.208 Ayers, Richard .....,..........,... 172,232 - B - Babin, XValter H. ,,.................... 64 Bachelier, Marcel G. ,,.,,,,, 229,820 Bacheller, 11'illiam D. ,,,,,,,..,,,,, 95 Backe, Mary Elizabeth ..,,,,...,,. 261 Backer, Henry F. ...,..,........,,,,.,. 60 Backstein. Robert J. ,....,,,,,.. 51,168 Badger, Charles E. .....,,...,,,,.,,... 166 Badham, Marilyn ....,,.. 125,220,238 Baer, Robert E. ,,,,,,,,,,,. 51,188,282 Bagos, E. Jack ,...,... ...,.,.,... 6 4,185 Bagshaw, Cleo ....... ..,.,.,,,,,,. 2 02 Bagshaw, Pat ,,,.,,,,,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,.. 1 45 Bailey, Dan E. ,,,,,,.,...,,,,.,, 257,268 Bailey, John Thomas Bailey. 172, .,..-18,154,177 Robert N, ..........., 38.47.89 242,282,296 Bakanch, .Page Jr. ....,.,.,,,,,, 60,254 Baker, Lois E. ,,,,,,.,. . Baker, Richard NY. Baker, Richard XY. ,.,,..,,..260 ,,,,,,,,64.172 Wwlez Bates, Robert L, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Batten, Katherine Alice 64 238 Bloodworth, Ted ..,......... 85,863,245 Bloom, George .,,..., ,,...,....228 Bloom, Jan , ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 238 Blow, Bryan ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 255 Bauer, Bob B. .........,,, Baxter, Ruth Margaret ..,...., 70,210 Bayer, Paul ............,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 254 Bayer, Tedii Virginia .,,,,..,,. 70 Baza. Harvey B. ..,....., , .236 .,,...,. 25:3 Beam, Robert Arthur .........,...,,, 248 Beard, XVilliam Carl ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 230 Beasley, Don ...,,....,...,,,,,,,., 234,279 Beaver, Howard Junior ...,.. 70.234, 251.255 Beazley, Herbert M. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 162 Bedford, XVilliain ...,,,. Beeghley, Eleanor E. , 57570 170 246 .254 Beeler, Roland Paul ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 186 Beer, Paul ,,,.....,,.,,, 49,134,180 Bekeros, Demetrios .,....,..,..,. 89 .231 Bell, Evelyn Virginia ,.,,,,,. 220,235 Bell, Lc aus C. Jr. ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,.,,, 1 54 Bcller, Albert XV. Jr. ......,.,, 252 .253 Beller, Harold A. ....... ......,.,,,, 2 53 Bellert, Joanne ,......,....,...,.., 43,212 Bellmer, Bernice A, .,,,,,,,,,,, 222,254 Belman, Naomi S. .,.,.,,,....,, 236,262 Beneker, Elizabeth 138,144,216,251 Bennett, Barbara Ann ,,.,.,..,..,,, 260 Baker. Sally Bakke, Richard B. ,..,,,,..,.,.. 14-J, Balcom, Lois Marian ..,..,.......... Lee .......... ......i,,,., 2 12 2 162 89 Baldwin, Barbara ,,..,..,.,.... 214,315 Baldwin, H ilda ..., 202,810,314.816 Ballard, Joyce Burnham ,,,, 145,146 220.247 Ballou, Virginia ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 218,310 Bange, Jerry Oliver ............. ,.,. 1 66 Bargaro, Carmen ,.,,,..,.,,..,.,,.,.,. 247 Bargmann, Judith Ann 164,212,316 Barker, Anita .,,.,,,, 115,225,260,261 Barnard, Theodore Paul ..,,,,,,,, 76. 248 Barnes. ' ' .. . ,249 Maurier XX . ,,,,,.,,.,..,,,,. ,249 Barnes, Robert Arthur ,,,,,,,,,, 95,162 Barney, Richard R. ,,,.,.,,.,.... 60,157 Barney. XVaync ,..,.,,.. Barnhisel, Sally ,,....., .,,,,,,,95,249 ......,...214 Barnum, Earl H., Jr. .,.,,..,,... 76,248 Barrett, Edgar M. ..,,.,....,....,.., . 70 Bartcau, Franklyn NVyatt ...,.,.. 228 Bartholomew, Alice ,,..,..,,,,,,,,.,. 236 Bartlett, Ann Ellen ,.......,,,, 220,247 Bartlett, Donald Edward ..,..... 228 Bartlett, Ruth Janet .......,....,,,... Bassett, Harriet ..,., 236 .......216 Bennett, Mary E. ,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 237 Bennetts, Joy ...,.,,..,.,.,... ,....... 1 46 Benson, Robert Owen ,...,,.,.,,,,, 164 Benton, Floyd Keith ,.,..,,,,,,, 86,245 Berg, Thomas M. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 86 Berger, Edward B. ......,.....,. 70,244 Berger, Joseph S. .,,.,,,,,.,,.,.,,,,.., 184 Bergin, Daniel T. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 40,64,172 Bergquist, Barbara ,,,...,.....,....,,. 216 Berlenski, Donald ..........,.,.,,.,,, 188 Bernet, Diane H. ..,.,,...,,.,,., 89,220 Bernhard, Chas. Freeman .,,,,,,. Bernhard, Marilyn ,,.,,,.,...,........ 60 70 Berstein, A. Michael ...,......,. 64,160 Bernstein, Robert L. ,,......,..,,.,. 244 Berry, James Joshua ...,,.....228.306 Berry. Lorcna ...,,,,......, 146,202,258 Bertino, James ,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 178 Bethmann, XVilliam ,,,..,, ......,, 9 7 Beyille, Susan ,......,.,..,,,........,..,, 208 Bickley, XVilliam .,..,.,,,.,.,,,,,..,,, 76 Bidegain, Bernard ......,..,..... , ..,, 151 Bidgood, Patricia ..115,208,255,261 Bidlake, Richard .,.........,,..,.,,..,., 158 Biesemeycr, Baarcnt .,.,,,,,,, 76.156, 245,248,256 Biesemeyer, Dean Blgando, John .......,,.,,........ Bilby, Richard M, Billings, Laurence Billings, Margaret Billington, Bruce Bingham, Arlene 172,321 229,320 70,303 , .,.... 2.220 ,,..,.,,204 234 Bingham, XVilliam .,,,,,...,,... 122,260 Birmingham, James 160,247,319 Blsh, Henrietta ..,.,.,,.,,.,..,,,,...,,,, 262 Bishop, Carroll ,,... ..........,.,.. 2 35 Bishop, Paul ......,,....,.,,......,,...,.. 247 Bistreich, Seymour ,.....,.,,...,..,,., 64 Bitter, Barbara ....,.,, 70,24-1,309,316 Bitterman, Gayle ,,,,,,., 139,208,237 Bittorf, Charles .,..,. 98,282,252,253 Black, Alan T. .,....,,.....,....,.,..,.. 238 Black, D. Joan ...,.,..,..,,,.,.....,,... 202 Blackledge, Cabin ...,,.....,.,...,... 60 Blackiuore, Frederick ,,...,,....,,. 162 Blair, Joe ...,...,....,..,,,,.,,.,,,..,.,,.. 157 Blaisdell, Harry ...,,,..,,,. 51 164,247 Blake, Bevln ....,...,.,,.,,.,, 823,168,252 Blanc, Patricia Blanchard, Joan .,... Blazina, Ronald Bleich, Stephen ,202 1.220.258 ......,,...26-J 184 Blezinger, Erna .............,..,....... 139 Blinder, Robert .,,,......,... 40,89,191 Blizzard, Allan ..... , ......,..,..,, 255 Block, Sydney ,..., Blyden, Mary Lee ......,........,,,.. 202 Bodeewes, Lambert 64,158,246,247 Boebinger, Alice ,,,....... 222,247,255 Boehle, Nancy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 116,263 Boenovich, Donald ,,,,,,,,,,,, 121,231 Bohn, Doris .,..,,,,,.,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 225 Bohn, Louis ,..,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, 60,157,254 Bohrer. Vorsila .,... .....,,..,, 5 8,257 Boland, Henry .....,..........,... 76,248 Bollin, Edgar ..,..,..,,..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 89 Bollinger, Edward Marshal l ..,. 64, 228,247 Bollinger, H. L. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 64,228,247 Bonaparte. Robert .,..,,.,.,.......,.. 182 Bond, Abbie ....,..,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 10 Boomgaard, Janice .,.......... 210,235 Bootman, Ada ,.,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 16,222 Bopst, Jane ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 04,277 Borodkin, Robert ,,..., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, I 304 Bowers, Larry ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 32,272 Bowling, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 244 Boyer, Barbara ,,,,...,..., 139,204,282 Boyer, Jere .,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 62 Boykin, Gerald ......., Bozik, John .,,.,,,,,.,, Bradford, Mary ..... Bradley, Alice ,...,., Bradlin, XVilliam ...... ,...,,178,231 ...,.,..64,162 ....,,,,..,..218 212 ,.,..,200. ...,.....,190 Brady, Joan ,..,.,,...,... ,,,,,,,,,. 8 9 Brakcfieltl. Barbara .......... 116,237 Bramkainp, Nancy ,...,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, 202 Brandenberger. Dorral .,..,...,,,. 231 Brandt, Janet ,,.........,....,,..,, 70,214 Brandt, Leo ,.,...,........,,..,,,,, 230,270 Branscomb, Bruce ,....,. ,,,,,,,,,, 1 51 Bratnober, Elwood ,,,,. ,,,,,,, 9 5 Braun, Sue ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 237 Brauns, Frank ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 93,95 Brazell, YVilliam ..,.....,,,..,.,,,,,,,,, 174 Breckenridge, Don 49 151 180,258 Brennan, George ..,..,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 64 Brenner, Allan ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 90,262 Brewer, David ....... ,.,.,.,,,, 1 68 Brewster, Frank ,,,,, ..,,,...,,,,,,,, 8 9 Brick, JoAnn ,,.,,,,,,,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,,, 208 Brickner, Sanford ....,..,..........,.,. 190 Bridges, Frances ,....,.. 146,204,255 Bridgewater, Elizabeth .,.,.,...,.. 206 Briggs, Elmo ,,,.,.,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 254 Briggs, Janice ,,,,.,,...,.,..,,,., 208,312 Briggs, Roland ..,.... Brintnall, James ,... Brittain, Dale ..,,, Brittain, Neil ,,,,,,..,. Broadway, Thomas .... ..,...,,64,162 ,,,,...,95,249 ..,,,.157,254 ,......166 Brock, Beverly ....,..... ,.,,.,,, 6 4 Brock, XVarren ........,.... ........,... 8 6 Brodie, David ,,,,,,,,,,,..,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 182 Broockmann, Lyllian ...,,.........,. 208 Brook, Jean ...,............. ,,.,,.. 2 10 Brooks, Fredrick .....,.. .,.,... 1 62 Brooks, Gilbert ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 29 Brooks, Thomas .,,. ,,,.....,. 8 8,89 Brower, Byron .,..,...,......,..,. 229,294 Brower James ..,....,,.,...,.,..,...... 229 Brown, Donald ...... 76,245,248,249 Brown, Edward ,..,........., 50,51,178 Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown. Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown. Brown. Brown, Brown, Brown, Joan ...,.,.... , .... . Kennedy Lawrence Lee .,....,.. Lois .,,..... Marilyn ...., M onxca .,.,., Murlyn .......,. Robert J. .,... . 202,250,258 .,,..,2:32,294 244 ......224,262 , .......,. 210 , ..,,, 115,236 ,,,.,.,.64.247 ..,,,,.,,.158 Robert S. .,,. ,...... 1 80 Roy .....,........ ...,,., 2 94 Sherburne , ...... ...,... 2 49 390 - 5 Brown. Tanner ....., Brown, Virginia ...... Browne. Patsy ,,.,. Browne, Persis ....... Browning. Betty Browning. YV, D. Brownson erome ...... 115 220 210 ......89,257 ........208 178 - 1 Brubaker. John ...... .............. Bruner, Darrell .............,.,........ 191 231 285 Bruner, Jolm .,..,....,..,... 51,285,293 Brusse, Cornelia ....,r....,....... 89,258 Bryan, Joan ....,.... .....,.....,.. 2 16 Bryant, 1Villiam ....... .............. 1 78 Bryce, Clara ....,.... ................. 1 15 Bryce, Diane ...,..........,. Bryce, 1Villadean ....,........... 169 Buchanan, Glenn Buchanan, Louise Buchanan, Robert 169.235, ,,,,,,,,,,..37,40 no 282 ,235 170 137 .47. 64,107,170.:3:34 Buchella, Frank .......,........,.,..,., 160 Buchman, Harold ........,........... 246 Buck, Beverly ,,,,,,,,,,.,,. 41,144,202 Buckingham. Margery ,...,, 59.225 Bueno. Oscar .,,.,...,,,..,,,..,,,,,..... 229 Bunce, Elizabeth 312 Bullard, Donna .....,,........... 216,- .. . .,.... 60.208 Bunce, 11'i11iam .,..............r. 64, Bunnell, Frank ..,....,..,.......,..,.... Bunton. Patricia .....,.. 47.70.218. Burch, Joe ....,......,,,,.........,....... Burch. Roy ,,,, Burden, Dana ,,..... 162 254 242 254 47 245 160 Burden, George ,.,,.., ,,,,.....,. 9 8 Burger, Irene ......,........ ...... 6 4,210 Burgliardt, Judith .,i,,, ...,,... 2 18 Burke. Patrick ..,.,,,,, .,..,,..,.. 8 9 Burleson, Nancy .. .,..... 115,237 Burley, Jerome ...,r .,..,,...,, 1 66 Burney, George ................,. 89,252 Burns, Joseph ..,.,.....,...........,..... 174 Burns, Stephen ,,.,,,..,.., 49,170,246 Burris, Bob .................,.............. 294 Burroughs, 1Vi1bur ,,....,...,..,...,.. 95 Burrow, Colin .....,...., ......., 1 23 Burroyvav. Stanley .. Burrows: Barbara 115 218 Busby. Alvin ,..,,,.,.. Busch, Peter ....,....... Busdiecker, Carl ,..., Bush, Catherine ,,,,,., 168 223 . ,,,r.tt 122, 123 ,.,.,...,,.146.202 Bustrin, James .............. 76,185,248 Butcher, Barbara ,........,,.,,........ 214 Butcher, Robert .....,.,.,......,. 64,176 Butler, Janet ..,.,,..,, 70,115,244,255 Butot, Joseph .... .........,.,,........ 1 60 Buzard, Ann ,.... ...,......... 8 9.238 Byerly, Denise ..,.. .......,,,. 2 16 Byrd, Homer .....,.. .,,.,.. 1 51,157 Byrd, Russell .,............ ......,..,. 1 86 L C - Calder, Alonzo ,......,., ,.,.,...... 1 86 Callahan. Joyceleigh ....,,,... 235,263 Callahan, Patricia ....,.......,........, 254 Callahan, Robert ,..,..,... 76,186,248 Galley, John ,,......,.., ....,...,,.,., 1 76 Calmus, Donald .,.... ........... 2 63 Calmus, Thomas .,,.,, ...,..,......, 2 633 Cameron, James .,...,..,...,,...,,...., 164 ....136.208.o11 Cameron, E. Roderic .,..,.....,..... Cameron. Mary Ann 312 Caniin, Aviva ......,,....,..,,.,,.. ,- Campbell, Clare ..,,.. Campbell, Dyer ......... Campbell. Eugenia ......r6. 64 316 206 S340 64 Canada, Patti ...,..,..,..,,......., 210,236 Candiano, Charles ..................,. Canterbury. Betty ...... 115,255 Carbajal, Henry ,,....,,,............... Cardella, Ken .....,...,.,.. 178.273, Carl, Shelby ............................., Carlson, Charlene ...... ..,.., 7 0, Carlson, Elaine ...,.,,. ...,.... Carlton, Cleo ....,..,., .....,.. Carnes, Catherine ...... Carnes, Virginia ...... ,........,.... Caron, Joseph .................,.. 121, Carpenter, Loleta ...,.. 115,138, Carrillo, Oscar Jr. ........... ....,,. , 164 263 188 274 60 222 222 235 237 236 123 21 0 70 STUDENT INDEX-CC0ntinuedl Carroll, Art. .........,,,...., .,,.,.. 3 24 Carroll, Glen Lee, Jr. ..,.....,,....,, 251 Carroll, John ......,................. 89,180 Carroll, Paul ,,,.,,,,.,,..,.... 64,182,247 Carson, Donald ..............,.,. 51,174 Carson Marshall ....,. ............. 2 31 Carter, Gerald .....,. .......... 2 31 Carter, Kenneth ....... ....,... 9 5.249 Carter, Nancy ........ ........ 8 9.212 Carter, 1Vi11iain ..... .....,.... 2 30 Caruso, Sam ....... ,,....,,.. 1 70 Case, Shirley ,,..... .......,,..,, 2 12 Case, Travis .,,,,..,,, ..,.,... 9 8,160 Case, XVi1liby Jr. ....... .,.,,,.. 8 6,245 Cash, Thomas ..,.,..... ....,.. 2 85 Cassidy, Richard ..,.., ..,,, . 188 Castro, Philip ......... ....... 8 3 Cates, Kay .....,... ............. 2 10 Catlett, Robert .......,,,..,,.......,.... 170 Catsiff, Ruth ....,,..........,, 89.236257 Cattanach, George Jr. ....,...,..,,, 258 Caughey, Kenneth .,,,.,,,.. ....... 1 80 Cazort, Jolm Guy, Jr. ...,,, ,,..,.. 1 80 Celaya, Frank ,.......,,r.... .......... 7 0 Cella, Paul ..,............. .....,....... 7 6 Cerqueira, Joseph ,,..,.......,, 247.263 Cervantes, Joe ..,.,,,.,,...,...... 136.230 Chamberlain, Frcdrica ....,... 70.212 Chambers, Janice ,............... 70.204 Chambers, Marthann .,,,,.., 138.216 Chandler, Barry ..,............... 160.234 Chang. Iloxvard ........... ,,.,..r... 2 57 Charbonneau. Joseph .... ....... 2 53 Chase, Margaret ............r..,......,. 261 Chastain, James ,.,.,....... 83,157,254 Chavez, Margarita ,,,,,.,,,,..,......, 89 Cheescman, Kenneth ...... ,..,,,, 2 51 Cheifetz, 1Valter ,,..,,,.,..,,.........., S6 Cherry, James .........,.,..,,,,,.,,,,,... 166 Chiapetti. Donald ,... 42.52.170,231 Chiccarella, James ,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,.. 164 Chiles, Austin ,..,.....,........,,,. 83,254 Chilikas, Magdalena .,.,,....... 70,316 Chin, Lincoln ...,,,,.,,,,,., ,...... 2 53 Choisser, Don ............... ..,,..,... 1 77 Christian, Genevieve ,............... 236 Christiansen. Richard Jr. 1228.230 269.324 Christman, Jolm ....,.,...,,..., 189,248 Christopher, Irvin .,..,........... 80.123 Cicchanowski, Eugene ,,,.,,,..,,, 143 Cioccolanti, Joseph ..,..,.....,.,..., 89 Ciochetti. Thomas .,.,.. 10,S7,41,64. 154,178,242,334 Cioffi, Robert ..................,......... 70 Cirino, Jesus ,,...,....,........,.......... 232 Ciruzzi, Canice ,,,..,,.....,,,.,,,. 47,242 Cislaghi, Josephine ..,.,,,....,....., 236 Clampitt, Margaret ..., 143,204,314 Clark, Bud .,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,..,,,,..,, 322 Clark. Carole ........ 138,210,261,f314 Clark, Charles X. .,.,,,..,....... 89,182 Clark. Charles R. .,......,....,.,...,.. 231 Clark, Elizabeth ..... ,..........,.... 7 0 Clark, Ernest .....,..,.....,. 76,248,249 Clark, llelcn Ann ,.........,.,.,.,,,.,. 216 Clark, Kenny ....,.... ,............ 1 57 Clark, Roger ....... .......... 1 74 Clark. Viyian ...,,,... .,....,,,,... 2 35 Clawson, Eldon .............. 10.47.245 Cleavinger, David .................... 232 Clecr, Fred ......,,,.,.,,.,...,,...,.,.,... 230 Clemans, Richard ................ 86.244 Clements, Boyd ............ 60,180,254 Clements, Cynthia .,.,.... 51,199,216 Clevcrly, XVil1iam ......,............... 76 Clevinger, Tom ......... ........ 4 9,185 Clifford. Richard .,.,,. .......... 8 9 Clissa, James .,....,.. ........., 2 32 Clothier, Barry ....... ............. 2 53 Cloud. Douglas ...... ...,,..,. 1 74,230 Clyde, Mary ..... ........ 8 9,206,258 Coates. Charles ,....................... 89 Cocks, Theodore ,,....,. 176,248,249 Coffey, Jerome .,,,.. ...,,,.,... 7 0,162 Coffey, John ........ ...,......... 1 78 Cohan, Jolm ,..... ........... 6 4,184 Cohen, Bertram ............ 64,184,246 Cohen, D. Allen .....,.......,.,,,.... 190 Cohen, Frances .......... 116,236,257 Cohen, Lawrence .................... 64 Cohen. Marvin Cohn, Gloria ..,,,,, ............-19,190 70 .250 .224 -755 Cohn, lla .,...,....,......,,... 224.237, - 191 Coker, Dorothy Colburn, James ..... ,...,..89. .237 232 Colby. Mary .,,,,... .,...... 2 10,316 Cole, Betty ....................,... 224,237 Cole. James ...,..,.,..,.,,..,,,,..,....., 280 Cole, Xlarilyn .,..,. 42.-16.80,214,256 Coleman. David ...........,........,.,. 70 Coleman, Rudolph ..,... 115,319,323 Coleman, Sarah ......,.......... 208,311 Colgan, Patricia ...... .......,,..,... 2 35 Collier. Robert ,,,,,,,...,..,.....,....,. 186 Collson, Rhoberta ...... 208,238,251 Colvin, Johnny ,,,,,,,,,, ,G0,157,25-1 Comingore. Leonard .,,.....,....... 64 Compton, Hurley ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 51,162 Condit: llclen ...,,,...,., .... , .70,244 Condit, Olive ,,,,., ,,,,,,,,, 2 08 Condit, Shirley ........ ,...,,....,. 2 08 Condon, Dorothy ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 10 Conelly, Sylvia ......,...,....,.... 116,206 Confer, Elizabeth .,.,,..,........,... 212 Conley. George ,...,,.,.,,,,,,,, 154,186 Conley, Mary ........ 64,246,247,263 Conn, Betty ..,,.....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 115,262 Conn. Robert ...,......... 262,319,324 Connell, G. N. Jr. .,.. ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 2 523 Converti, Vincenzo ..........., 76,248 Cook, B. Joan ........ .......,,.,........ 2 18 Cook. Douglas ,,..., 121.122.12i3,180 Cook, Jacque .......,,..,....,.,..,,,,,., 121 Cook, Richard ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 15,121 Cook, Stanley ,,,,,,,,,,,, 178 Cooke, Ellis ..............,,.,.,.....,., 255 Cooke, Stephen ,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 10 Cooney, Robert ,.37,47.64,172 242 Cooper, Diane ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 204 Cooper, Joan ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2:35 Cooper, Thomas ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S33 Coopxvood, 1Yilliam Ken ,,.. 64.160, 1318.320 Corbidge. Philip .... ..,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, 1 7-L Corbin, XYilliam .... ....,. 1 66 Corbitt, Donald ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 -14 Cordone, Adam ,.,....,.....,.... 70.229 Cordis, Raclare ..., 204.247,248 Cordy, James ,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 94 Corella, 1. Raul .,.,,,. .,...... 2 33,247 Corley, Jolm Jay ......... 51,154,158 Cornett, Bill ..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, 2 I 30 Corpstcin, Pete ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 6 -1,180 Corrigan. Richard .,.... ....... 8 9,298 Cortner, Joyce ,.,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 02 Corwin, Toni ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 10,310 Costa, Ann ........ ..,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 I 35 Cora-Robles, Cecilia .......,. ..,... 7 0 Cotten. Janis ...................,.. 312,316 Coulson, Mary Margaret ., .51 Mo Coulson, James Peter ........ 121,123 Covey, Jexvyl .........,,,.,.....,,..,,,,, 238 Coutchic, R. E. ..,,.....,,.., 40,5l,172 Cowan, David ..,,. ..,,.....,. 8 9 Cox, Clifford ,..,.., ,,,,,, 2 51 Cox, Gordon ....... ...... 6 5 Coy, llarold .,.,. .....,... 4 9 Cox, Carolyn ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, I S15 Cox, Peggy .......... .,..,.,. 1 45,218 Coxon, Franklin ..,,.. ........ ..,... 1 7 2 Coykendall. Ruth ...,.,,, 89,210,260 Cracchiolo, Daniel ...........,,.,,,.,, 86 Craig. James .,,,,.,,..,..... 65.246 263 Cramer, Phyllis ......,....,,,. 237 Crancer, Mary ..... .......,..,.,.. 2 37 Crandell, Helen ........,.....,......... 202 Crary. M'illiam ........., 15853041322 Cravens, Robert ..,,..,......,.,.. 65,174 Crawford. Patricia ,......,.,.. 40,212 Cremer, Carol ,................... 208,238 Crispino, Angela .,......,. 65,206,238 Crist, Mary Kay ...,.,........., 65.210, 246,251,316 Crittenden, Richard ..............., 228 Crombie, George ....... .........,.. 1 62 Cronin, Jolm .,..,...,, .,..,..,, 1 80 Cross, Jeanne ....... ,......., 2 60 Crowe, Dean ....... ............... 2 131 Crowe, Gary ,.,. .................. 1 86 Crowe. Jolm ...,..,,,,....,, 141,229,250 Crum. Thomas ...., .,.....,.....,.... 2 49 -391- Cruse. Robert ........ 83 Crutchfield, Alex ,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, 172 Crutchfield, Betty ..........,..,,,..., 214 Cubbage, Jolm .......,,,,..,,,,, 260,263 Cribbage. Tom ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 263 Cunningham, Barbara ........ 60,214 Curd, Price ..................,....,,,,,,, 156 Curless, Beverly ....,..,,,..,..... 89,214 Currcnce, Patsy .....,.... 146.202.2337 Currie, Jane .....,,.........,.,,..,, 220.246 Curtis, Lawrence ,.,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 57 Y D 2, Dahl, M'arren E. ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 76 Dale, Vernon B. Dalton, Joe M. 154,186 Dammicr, Bettye Frances . Damon, Jolm C. Daniel, Tlreodora 189,146 Daniels. Janann .....,..,,.....,. Daniels. Leroy ,,,,,,,,,, . Darlington, Janice ..,.... Darlington, Jerry ,,,,,,. Darnall Edgar M. Jr ........ Darnall, Homer D. ., Daughtry, M'illiam D. .... , Daum, Mary Anne ....,.... Daum, Peggy ..51.108.l39. 146,222,256 ........,..,,.,.41,s5,s9, .189,:326 216.228 7 0 210,243 214,237 if ..... 2:33 222.254 .,..,...254 249.166 ........166 1.833.244 2.60.2633 142.1-13. 263.333 Davelos. llarry ,,.....,..,...,,,..,,,,,,, 89 Davenport, Anne ,,.,.... 208,311,313 Davila, Carlos .......,.,.....,, .,.,,... 2 63 Dayis, Byron Jr. ,...,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 74 Davis, Edward Ellison ,,.... 90.166 Davis, Jefferson C. Jr. ........ 40,252 Davis, Nancy A. ...,,,..,, 218,222,263 Davis, Peggy Ann ,...,,,....,,. Davis. Sidney Prescott, Jr .,......214 78. 232.274 . ,... 1 Davison, Fred A. Jr. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 174 Deadcrick. James lloyvc, Jr ..,.. 182 Deal, Sydney Jean .,.....,,,.....,.... 214 Dcarmont, Tom ,,.....,....,,,,,.,,,,,. 174 Dcasc. Theannc .,........,..... 146,210 Dt-Bolt, Jackie ,,.......... 42,46,-19.136, 140.208.250,251 Dcci, Richard Bruce .,..,,,,..,,,,,, 230 Dcckclmcicr, Louis ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,232 Decker. Donna Marie ....., . Decker. Laura Lce Decker, Marilyn Low De-cn, Xvllllltlll Edwar Dees, Thomas Edwin ...... trio 216,282 .,......210 .,,,,,,.2l18 178.279 ......,,157 Dcllavcn, Kenneth R. ...,.,.,.,,,., 231 DeLay, Mark D. ,,..,,..,.. .....,,, 2 96 Deliosse, J, 11'arren ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 98 DcLion, Luisa ..,,,....,,....,,,,,,,,, 60 Della Betta. Leo ,,,,,. 47.90,141,250 Dcmarest, 1-larry F. Jr, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 90 DeMoure. Suzanne ,.43,44,106,112, 132,133.216,330 Dempster, George R. ........ 229 Denis, Lois A, ,..,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 70 Denis, Louis P, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 7 6 Denker, Russell E. ,,.,,,,,,,,, 76,156, 248,249,256 Dennerly, Mary Ann ....,....,,... 202 Denslow, Jeri Ann .....,..,,,, 1-16,220 Derby, John N, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 74 Derby, Theresa Ellen Derhammcr, Jolm L. Dcsanta. Valentine J. Jr De-Santo, Jerome J. ..,.. . Deuss, Dorothy ........,.... Devine, Barbara L. Diamantopoulos, Charles .....,.,.. Diamos, Jo Ann D. ..... DiCcnso, Remo ,.,,..... ,. 22,210,236 166 231 2 3 3 Desmarais, Constance ,....., . .... 260.263 .......20-1 00 -65 ...,...8-3.201 290.255 Dick, Eileen ..121.202.222,250.260 Dickens, Richard .,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 90 Dickerson, Vernon Fate .....,.,.. 247 Dickson, Jack H. ..............,. 115,160 Dickson, Paul YVesley. Jr. ,.....249 Diddams, Albert C. , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 90 Diefendorf. Charles O. ......., 76.245, 246.249 Diehl. David Caldwell ...........,,. 229 Diehl, Robert Munroe ..,., ,,..,,,, 2 29 Diehl, X1'illiam Paul ................ 174 Dietz, Caryl Joy ...,.,,.,..,.,.. 224,238 Diggs. Douglas .,.,,.... ......A.,.. 1 72 DiGregorio. Vincent ............ 95,245 Dill, Harold A. l.....,...,.,lll.,.. 60,172 Dillard. Samuel Zachary ....,..... 234 Dillas, Katharine Jean ........ 51,214 Dillon. Jerome L. ..178,28-5,288,293 -750 Dillon, YVilliam E. .........,..,.....,. -- - Dinkmeyer. Bill ......,.,.., 65,160,305 0357 Dinwiddie, Nelda Anne ,.......,, ...... Dodd. Ford ......,.,.,.....,,...... Dodd, Jesse XV. Jr. Dodd. Joan XVebb .................... . ......245 156 90 ' 77 Dodge. Howard XVatson ,,,. 158.322 Dodson, Marilyn A. ,i..,,,,,, 145,235 Dohrmann, Kenneth 1. Donahue, XYilliam Stephen .... 244 ............174 Dolquist, Joan ..,............ ........ 5 9 Don, Nancy ,............................... 10 Don. Norma Jean .............. 312.316 Donarico, Dolores .................... 204 Donarski, James ........ 230,267,271. 278,279,:324.3r31 Doner, Julia Barber ............ 70.244 Donnadieu, Ruben .................. 231 Donewirth, Neil Ed ................ 182 Donohoe, Susan C. ..37,41,49, 143. 201,210.250.256,:341 Doolen, Joanne .................. 145.218 Doran. Michael John ................ 166 Doriuann, James Eugene .,...... 180 Dorrance, Richard Turner ....,, 234 Downer. Patricia Ann .... 38.-41.49, 214,246.309,310.312 Downey. Phyllis ...........,.... 260,261 Downs, Ann Zanier ............ 90.121 Doyle, Jeanne E. .i.,..,... ..i,.... I 312 Doyle. Lenora M. .........,.......... 238 Drachman, Craig ...................... 178 Drachman. Frank E. Jr. ..90,l02, 112.1-11,1-17,l78,242,250.:3:30 Drachman, Roy E. .................... 178 Draeger, 11 alter .,,,..,........... 65.164 Dreyer, L. M. ....,,,,. . Drinkward. James ..... Drouillard, Robert J. ...A............ - 1 ..,,,,.,164 .. . . .306 247 Fe-nnemore, Mary ,216 .......186.300 Fenter, Dale ...,. Drye, Stanley YV. ............,......... 78 DuBois. James L. .........,,.,, 252,253 DuBois. M. XV. Jr. ,......,............ 157 DuBose, Robert Brown ,,.,.. 170,305 Ducich, John .,..,.....................,. 282 Dudley. Dorothy D. ...,..,... 116,210 Duffett, Jack YV. ......... ........... 6 0 Duinond, Jack YV. .....,,.,.....,,.... 70 Dunbar, Cynthia ...........,..,. 216.310 Dunbar. Ronald Lee ..i. 51,168 .231 Dunham, Virginia ,, .,.,,.,,,,, 260,263 Dunlap. James ............ 285,293,324 Dunn, Elmer .... ........... 2 33,249 Dunne, Jim , ,....,... ........ 3 00,319 Duime. Katherine .,............ 210.236 Dunning. Ann ..........,....... 40.42.50 51,106,13S,212 Durio, Don ................................ 170 Duskin. Bernard ,....................... 184 Dutton. James 1... .,,,,. 7 6,248 Dye, James ,...,,., .....,,, I 304 Dyer. Annette .,,.. Dyer, Kenneth .... Dyke, Milton, Jr. .......60 ........210 ,257 ........166 Dyslin. Glenwood .,,., ..,.. 2 63 - E K Eagan. Paul ......... ....1... 7 0 Eager, Charles ..... ,....... 1 86 EL-key. Helen, ...- 236 Earl. Barbara ....,. Earle, Millicent .. Earley. XVayne ,,,, Ebert. Richard ,,,, Ecker. Roger ,....... Eckert, George. Jr. ..... . Eddy. Jackson Edmark. Thomas Eclmonson. Loyde Edwards. James .,... Edwards, Thos. .,... . Eeck, John ....,.... Ehrlich, Rita ,... .....212 90 229 ..,,..2il:2162 245,248,256 fffflffifisci .......83.178 260 172 95 252 ...Qf6S. 20,224,262 STUDENT INDEX-fC0ntinuedQ Eich, Loy .,...,........,., ,....,..,,.... 5 1 Eikenberry. Ruth ...... ....... 1 16.263 Eicks, Elizabeth ...,,. ..,...... 9 0,214 Eisen. Ruth .......,, ................. 2 12 Eisenhart, Etta ....,,...,.... 80,206.235 Ekern, Nancy ..,, ...,... 4 2.48,220 Ekern, Sally .,.... .......,,,,... 2 20 Elias. Angel ........,,..,,.,..,........... 65 Eliot, Gerald ......,.........,.....,....... 90 Eller, Karl .,.,,,,,...... 65,172.2-12,279 Elliott. Jane .....,.,.....,...,,..... 216 Ellis. Glenda .... .............. 2 58 Ellis, John ...... ............ S 15,162 Elpern, Sorale .... ..,.,,, 2 01,224,262 Elrod, Jean ..,.,.. ......... 5 1,216 Elsea, Kathryn ,, ...........,.. 220 Elsfelder. Jan ............,... 59,204,282 Elson, Roy .....,.,....,,...l,,.....,l, 90,172 Emerson. Frances ........ 49,210,246 Emerson. Mary .....,,...,......,,....,.. 210 Emery, Betsy ......, ....,,........ 9 0 Endres, Norma ..... ................. 2 22 Engliolm, Joan ,..,. ....... 1 25.201,220 Englehart, Genevieve .,,.......,..... 235 Enloe, Louis ,........,.,....,,.......,.... 233 Epstein. Gerald ..........,.......,.,,,. 184 Erickson, Dolores ..,..,,. 202,258,263 Ernst, Jerome ....... 188,263 Esser. NVilliam .. ...,....,..... 229 Estes, Karl .......,. ,...... 1 58.303 Estes, Lctfie ....,.............. ....l... 1 66 Estevez, YVi1helmina ..,., ........ 2 22 Estrada. Carlos ,.,..,,,,, ......., 1 86 Etter. Clyde ....,........ .,..,,,,, . 263 Eubank, Bernard ,....,,............... 188 Evans, George ,...............,....,,... 65 Evans. Jane Edgar ,,., 47,88,90,214. 242,:309.:312,:316 Evans, Jane Ethel ,....,....,... 90 Evans, XVilliam .,,...., ,,,.,..,, 6 0,180 Evenson. Lynn ,,,,, .,..,.l,.,, 2 20 Everett, Nancy .... ...,.... 2 04 Everling. Charles ,..... 157 Ewing, John .,,,,,,,..... .,,,,,,, 1 72 - F Fairall. Katharine . .....,......., 204 Fairbanks. Joe ..... .....,,,.,,,,,.,. 2 31 Fall. Barbara ..,. .....,,.,..,.. 7 0 Fall, Samuel ,,,,,,.. Fannin, Ardith 195,245 . ,.......,.. .70 ,249 ,212 Farmer, Ferol ,,.,,. .,..,,,,,,,... 2 35 Farrell, Grace .... ,.,...,....,,l 2 02 Farrier, Steve. Jr. 178,230,272 Farrington. Franklin .,,..,,,,....... 229 Fassler. llenrietta ,..l,,,,,..... .... 7 0 Fassler, Jordan .............., .,,..,., 2 62 Faulkner, Robert, Jr, ,,.., ,,.,,,.. 1 64 Faslollali, Rene .,,,.,,.,,,,..,.....,,., 90 Federico, Jean ..,...,,,,,,,,.,...,,,,,,, 235 Fcdrick, James ,,., 252,300,319,321 Fees, Nancy ., ....,...,,,..,..,,. 70,210 Feick, James ......,...l,,,,,,,....,..,,,,, 306 Feidler. Leigh ....,.,...,... 90,160,320 Feirabend. N. ,,,,......,. . Feldman, Howard Feldman. Jocelyn Feldman. Martin Fell, Jolm .,,..,,,,,.., Felten. Robert ..... Fender, Edward .,..... ..,,,..2:36 Fenn. Clarence . .... .,...,...,.,,, . . Fenster. Kenneth Fernstrum, J. ....40,49 147.190 .257 .190 70 .65 .170 .172 .285 .168 144. .247 190,229,320 Few. Dayid ........ ...,........,. 1 82 Fierros, Ramon ,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 2 48 Fiihr, Ervin .A,.,.,.,,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,..,, 233 Filiatrault. Nancy 202,254,314 Finch, Mary ,,,,,.,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,, 116 Firth, Jacqueline ...,...,, 51,214 Fish, Joan .......,.,...,,, .....,,,,,, 2 38 I' iscli, Betty .........,.. Fischer, Bernard Fisher, Helen .,,.,... Fisher. Henry ,,..... Fisher, Saul .,,,.. Fitch, Carol ..... ..,....146, .238 ,180 202 .102 184 ........,43 ,218 Fitzpatrick, Susan ...... 202,222,316 Fleischer, Richard ................... ,166 Fletcher, Sarah ..................,..,.... 204 Flickinger, Darlene .........,.. 216,310 Fliekinger, Dianne .,42,52,216,310 Flickinger, Donna ................ 49,218 Fliekinger, K. G. Jr. ................ 166 Fliekinger, Suzanne .... 143,210,238 Flint, Nancy ....,..,.,..................,. 68 Flocker, YV. J. .,..................,,...... 254 Flora. Ronald ........ 300,r302,319,321 Florian. Kenneth ..........,..,,.,..... 263 Fogal, Virginia ......,,....,,,..... 90,220 Fogarty. Margaret ...... 139,144,247 Folger, Lynn .....,.................. 86,244 Folsom, Katharine ....,,.. 90,251,256 Fonger, Patricia .......... 146,210,235 Fontaine, Joel ........ ......,.......... 1 62 Ford, Glynn ,....,. .............. 2 61 Ford. Susanne ....,. .,...,, 2 38 Forslew, Virginia .. .,........ 238 Foss. Daniel .......... .............. 9 5 Fowler, Carol ......, ....... 2 08.235 Fox, H. XVilliam .,..... ....,...,, Francv. Robert 90 60 Francy. YVilliam ......,,......... 178 Frank. John ...........,.,..,. 90,156,249 Frank. XVinfield .,..,....... 49.154156 Franklin. loan .................,.. 116.235 Franklin. Shirley ..144,220,282,315 Franks. Carolyn Franz, Tolin ................,..,...... 95.188 Franz. Robert ....... Frazer, Patricia ..,, Frazier, Martha ..... Fi-ear, Carol ,,.,...... , ..,....,,. , .......158,3Q6 ..,,,,....250 ..,......70.214 262 Frederick, Robert ...., ..,........... 2 60 Freer, Ed var .......,. French, Edgar ...,.. French, Leta ...,,,. French, Marcia .. .......182,248 .,.,....,,251 . ..,,......... 220 .......204.2-16 French. 1Vilbur . ...,,.,... 180 Frenzen. Glenn ...... ....... 2 96 Frick. Paul ...,.,,., ,...... 2 58 Fried, XVi1liam ...... ....,,,.,..,.. 1 90 Frisbie, Milton ......., ...,,.... 5 1.234 Frohn, YValter .............,.,,......... 186 Fruchtman. Harriet .,...,,,.... 224.316 Fulbright, Nancy 86.202251 Fulfer. Juanclalee .,,.,................, 261 Fulkerson. Bill ,,.,.. Fuller. Edna ,.,... Fuller, Eugene ...... Fuller, Katharine ....,..169.2:35 ........,r300.f' 901, 302.319.321 316 Geraurd, L. P. ............,,............ 76 Gerold, Sue Marie .....,........ 214,236 Gertz, Suzanne ....... . ....,.....,., 235 Getty, Donald H. ,.... ..,..... 9 0,182 Gibbon, Gail Louise .......... 191,236 248 Gifford, Sidney E. .... ...., .,....,,, ... Gilbert, Russell T. ..,...,............. 177 Giles, Janet Sara ..............., 206,235 Gillarcl, Elizabeth S. ................ 236 Gillespie, John H. ........,........,,, 98 Gillespie. NValter Randolph .... 160 Gillum, James YVil1ia1n .......,,... 166 Gilmour, Thomas .......... 51,154,177 Gilpin, Glenn Harley ....,,.......... 228 Ginsburg, Myron S. ,... 98,184,252 Ginsburg, Naomi ...,.......... 115,236 Girard, James J. ...........,............ 160 Gist, Thedanan Floye ....., 204,235 Gittles, Gerald ....,. 65,190,246,285 238 Givens, Helen N. .,............ . Glad, Elberta Mae 260,262 ,210,262 Glad, Elvira Marie ....., 71 Glassoek, Richard James , ...,.. 182 Glatz, John L. .......................... 319 Glazier, Bill ..267,271,273,279.331 Glazier, Louis Orin .....,,........... 234 Gleave, Paul Reese ...,,............. 172 Glosser. Anne Elizabeth ,....,..,, 202, 263,314 Glover, Joyce Ellen .....,,,... 212 16517787 Gocla, Donald James ..,,.,... Goebel, Donald E. , 230.273 .,.,...249 Goeglein. JoAnne ....... .......... 2 12 Goelitz. Joanne ............,........... 214 Goetz, Richard Harvey ............ 86 Goff, Beverly ........ 220,238,258,282 Gofine. Claire Ruth ..........,..... 238 Goldberg, Bernard A. .....,.... 40.49, 233,251,255 Golberg, XVilliam E. .... 65.178303 Goldfarb, Robert Jack ...... 191,254 Goldsbrough. Donald Thomas 3011.319 Goldstein, Seymour .................. 184 Gonzales. Arthur Louis ,,,......... 231 Gonzales, Gil .,.............. 49,274,275 Gonzales, YVilliam J. ...,,..... 269.271 Goodfarb, Stanley Z. ,,........ 90,189 Goodrich, Donald Kaye .......... 255 Goodson, David Robert ...... 71.244, 306,324 Goodson, John E. ........ 143,170,321 Fulton. Ben ,..... Fulton, George .. Funk, Donald Funeaux, Harold Futerer, XVilfrid Futterer. Jane .. ECL .......,,.l60,-305.319 252 170 .,,.......220.238.254 Gagnier, Autliur Louis ,,........ H166 Gaines, Ludwell Graham 41.51,178 Gaisford, Ruth ......,,,............,.... 65 Gale, Laurence Anthony ....,...,, 258 Galembert, Lilian Marie ..,.....,. 235 Galvis, G. ...,.......,,............,........ 257 Gandert, James F, .................... 258 Ganter, Jim ,...,......... 51.158 ,322 Garber, David A. ............,,,,,. 40,90 Garber, Edgar Allan ...,..,,,,...... 184 Garcia, Jesus M. .,..........,,,... 76,229 Gardner, Del A. ..............,......... 296 Gardner, John Kelsey ....,,.. 156,249 Gardner, Patricia ,....., .,.,..... 7 1,210 Garguilo, Tom P. .... ,........ 5 1,257 Garner, John Alvin ............143.247 248 Garrison, James XV. ......,........... ., Garst, Thornton C. ...., .......,..... 2 50 Gaston, Bill ,..............,........ 300.319 Gatlin, L. Dana ..... .85,90,115,180 Goren, William .........,...,.......... 76 Goss, Jolm VV. ....,....,.... 95,170,249 Goss. Patricia C. ................., 43,202 Grady, George Edward ...... 40,170 Grady, Lorna Leah .................. 315 .. ............... .245 Graf, Milton Frank Grafton, Margaret Maureen .... 260 Graham, Janet .................... 214,235 Graham, Betty ........ 71.218,309,316 Grandinetti, Phillip J. ........,... 178 Grant, David J. .....,...... 49,154,174 Graves. Donna Evon ....,...,....... 210 Gray, Anne Page ................ 202,315 Gray, Barbara E. ...................... 208 Gray, Elizabeth Roberts .......,..2l2 Gray, Lew T. .,............,. 65,115,261 Gravbeal, Andrew YV. .............. 144 Grebner, Robert .,.................,,... 260 Greeley, Elizabeth ...... 143,238,246 Greely, Robert ,..............,.......... 189 Green, Carrie ...,..........,............. 315 Green, Eve Lynn ........,.,.,,......,. 235 Green, Lawrence E. ,,..40,124,332 Green, Linda Gayle ...............,.. 204 Green, Dick ,............... 143 191,234 Greenberg, Stanley ...... 90,252,296 Greene, Benj. ........................,,,. 230 Greene, Jaquelin W. ........ . 210,238 Greene, Marjorie ...........,.... 204,237 Greene, Priscilla .... ........,..... 9 0,212 Greenfield, Daxid ..........,....,.... 229 Gatlin, Lou Ellen ..14f3,201,206,235 Geiger, Kenneth .......,................ 182 Gemmell, Robert James ...,,. 40.170 Gemmell, WVi1liam M., Jr ..... 76,245, 248,249 Georgelos, Katherine H. .... 206,235 Georgelos, WVilliam H. .,............ 160 -392- Greenfi elcl, Eleanor Ann Greenfield, Loretta ...... 222,255,263 Greenwood, Rose Marie Greer, Greer, ..........235 ..........206 Milton ..........,........... 98,168 Sue ..,.....,....... ..,........., 2 20 Gregg, J. Parker ....... ........ 6 5,182 ' 71 Gregg, Sallie ,.......... Gregory, Frederick, Jr. ...... 90.182 Gregory Janice ...............,.,,..... 216 Gregory, Owline ,..,..,.., 71,309,316 Gridley, Doris .,,.,,......,..,.... 144,214 Greisser, Richard .......,.....Y..,..... 170 Griffin. E. Everett ...........,,....... 231 Griffin. Ellen .....,.. 113,131,218,250 Griffin. Ruth ............................ 225 Griffith, Ronald ..... ...,,..... 1 86 Griffith, Virgil .,,..,i..i ..,,..,...,,. 2 62 Griffith, XVilliam .,... Grim. Griscom. Rodmane .... ....,,151 Gordon ............ nv .254 .,.,.,...J0o,319 Groninger, Robert ., ...,. , ....., 148,269 ,253 Groomer, Ray ...........,., 98,252 Groover, Sue Ellen ,......,,.,. 71.220 STUDENT INDEX-fContinuedl Hardesty, Frank J. Jr. ....,,........ 166 Hardt, Mlilliam F. ,....., ............. 2 96 Hare. Barbara ........w..... 71.208313 Harelson, Hugh ...... 10.47.90,141, 147,178.2-12,250 Haren. M. Gertrude ,,..,,,,,..,,,,,.. 65 Harline, Gretchen .............. 139.208, 311.313 Harper. Merle Francis 198,252,253 Harpst, Toni ...,....,. 41,115.216,250 Harrington, Raymond E. 1251.255 Harris, Richard C, .........,..,....... 234 Harris. Leland ,,,,..,,,,.,,,,,,,i.,,,,.. 252 Harris. Shirley Jo ..,.........,... 43.49. 236,254,263 Hart, Bob Douglas .,,,..,,,,,.,.,,.,,, 278 7 'v Hart, Jerome P. ..,......, 190,232 Hartman. Robert Hartmann. Carolyn Susan ,,...,, .262 .255 .212 Gross, Dorothy Jane 90,139,206,235 Gross, Ellen ...,.................... 80,121 Gross, Lawrence ..,,,......,,,,i..,.,. 190 Grote, Richard ..... ,. ..,.,.. 252 Gross, Thomas ............. ..,.... 2 61 Gruber, Melodee ,.....,.......,,.i.,i. 212 Guendelsberger, James .,..., 278,279 Guenther. Myrna ......,.,......,.i..,. 225 Guerra, Mary ,......,,,,....,......,.,,.. 235 Guerry, Marie ..... , .,,,, ,.,,,, 2 10,235 Cuilbert. L. Vilard ............,, 98,253 Gunnn. Carol ....,..,....,.,,,..,,,,,,,.. 208 Giunp. Mary Louise .........,..,.,. 218 Gunby, Mildred Anne 47. 71. 201, 210,242,250,2-56. 261,309,31-1,316 Gunn, Helen ...,.,,..,...... 218,247,251 Gunn, Mary .,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i 204,247 Gurley, Dorothy ...,,, ,...,,,,,,,,, 1 43 Gurr, Cherie .,,,.,,.,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,ii 2 36 Guth, Scott .....,.,,. .,,,..,,,,.,,,,.,,, 1 85 Guthrie, Robert , ,,,,,,,,,,, 65,154,180 Gnttinan. Alan ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,, --. 229 252 - H L Haag, Douglas Carl ..... .,,,,.. 2 49 Haase, Ruth A. ....,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 210 Hablutzel, Caroline L. ......., 51,218 Haby, Dorothy Jane ,..,,,,....,.,,.,. 236 Hacke. Gene A. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,l,,,,, , 65 Hackenbracht, XVilliam Norman 229 Haeber, John A. ..........,.,..,....,,., 95 Hafford, XVilliain ...... ,.,,.,,.,, 1 23 Haft, Richard Jay .,... ........ 9 0,190 Haga. E. Neal .........,.......,.. 49,176 Hagan, Jane Snider ,......,,,,. 71,244 Hagerty, Mary Matilda .... 216.238 Haight, Jack N. .......................,,. 95 Hainze. Ceola Merle ........., 90.238 H ainze, Margaret Ann ,,..,,,,,,,,.. 237 Hale, Marian MacDowell ,....... 225 Hartyyein, Kenneth Joe .,..., 245.248 Harvey, XYesley C. ,,..,......... 95,249 Haskell, Roy ........................,...,, U2 Hast, Drea ...,.........i....,.....,. Hasyyell. Fredericka ......... Hathaway, James D. .,........ 229 18 234.275 .......218 310,311 Hines, Mary L. ....i. 71,208,308,309, 313,316 Hing. Holy Ong ..,.....,. 228,260,304 Hinkle, Margie Ann ,......... 220,237 Hirsch. Aldine Olivia ..,,.,,. 146.312 Hirsch, Frederick .................... 233 Hirsh. Joan L. ,..,.......,......i. 224,262 Hisey. Elizabeth Ann ........ 146,202 Hittncr, Nancy ,..................,...... 204 Hoag, Harriet Hoover I Hockcr, Richard Kelly ..,.. Hodges. Frederick .....,.,.., Hoffman. Helen Jean 71,22 0,244 156,229 ...91 172 71,222 A' ..113,1-Jo, 218.310 Hogan, Nancy Marie .....,.......... 218 Holden. XVaync M. 76.245,248,249 Hoffman. Suzanne Irene Holladay, Gale ....,.....,i...... Holland, Howard ,.......,...., Hollenstciner, Robert .,,... Hollingshead, Donald E. H229 168 233 178 257 Holmtg, Constance Jean ,.....,,.. 235 Holmes, Robert XV. ................,. 248 Holsclayy. Douglas Stanky ,.....,, 245 Hussey. Hussey, Peter ..70,154.156.248 Hutchi Hutchi Hyde. Hynes. Lindley P. 76.245,248,249 .249 son. Gordon B. ,..,...,...,,. 244 nson, Otis H. .........,,. 76 Carolyn ......,.,......,..,. 60 Sharon Evelyn .,.,.... 51 -17 .185 .220 .214 Ieronimo, Sam .................... 245,249 Ijams. James O. ,...,.........,,..,.,,. . Ingham, Margaret J. ...... ,...80, 80 121, 208,250,256 Ingmanson, John Earl ...,.,......., 258 Irwin. Marie .,.,,i..,,,,,,.,..,..,..,,..., 212 Isaacs, M. Jean ......,........,,....,,.., 236 Islas, Oscar H. ,......,..,,.. 51,229,285 Iycrson, Philip Gordon .........,.. 188 717 .245 Haug. John Martin ,,.,.. ,..,...., 1 62 Hang, 1Yilliam ............., ......... 1 62 Haun. James J. ........,..,..........,.,. 246 Haury, David Frederick ....,.... Hausenileck, Charles .,.i,,,. 177 Hauser, Roger Glenn ............. .1To .251 .234 Havelaar. Ann .............. .......,. 2 12 Hawkins, David G. ,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,, 247 Hawkins, R. Larry ........,.., 146,160 Hawkins, Ivan R. ,,..,..........,,... . 86 Hawkins. Mary E. ..,,,,.. 98,251,252 Hay, John Richard ..,,,.,,,,,.,,.,,, 249 Haycraft, James ..,..,,,, ,,,,,,.,..,, 2 31 Hayes, Nancy Ayis .,........ .238 Hayes, Paul Francis ...,.,,.,. 138,234 Hayes. Paula Louise ....,..... 51,212 Hayes, Robert ............,, 282,285,296 Haymore, Jacqueline .,.. 65,218,246 Haythornewhite, James F. 286.245 Hazeltinc. John ....,................... 60 Hazen, Ted ...,...................... 60,157 Hazlett, Karen Cornelia .........., Head, Dorothy Lou ...,..........,., Hearon, James Hamilton ....... Heath. Harold .,...... 90,257,260 Hebbelcr. Edward F . .............. . Hale, Paul Eugene ...........,,.l,,,,. 86 Hales, Thomas Arthur 157,254,257 Hall. Hall Hall, Hall. Hall, Hall, Albert B. .,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 90,158 Ann Katherine ...,........,,,, 214 Halli Claude G. ..., 76.160.248.:319 Julie .......,.,,,..,,.,,, 146,220,235 Lorna Mae ...........,,.,,,,..., 26.9 n Nona Alice ................ 1-19,214 Theodore Field ......,,162,248 Heckelman, Terri 151,225,254 Hedrick, Joan Lee 139,210,254 Heffelfinger. Lila K. .......... 71 Heileman, Michael M. 188.245 Heimann, Ernest L. ,...,. 85.86 Henderson, Laurens ............ 86 Henderson, Patricia May .201 .146 138 .1i2 ,261 .180 .5340 .258 .220 .256 .244 .244 .202 Holt, Simpson, Tom ........,,.,..,... 186 Holtz, Lois June ................ 208.238 Hood, Kenneth Bernard .......... 275 Jacka. Betty ...,................ 4i,i1, 208,242,255 115. 313 238 Hooper. XVilliam Bright .... ......,,175 Hooper, 1Villiam Oliver ,.,..,.. 178 Hopkins, Charles ...................... 230 Hopkins, Louise .,..............., 71,214 Hordiner, Philip ................ 184,260 282. Hormann, Vaughn A. ..49,160, 300,302,306,319 Horne, Mary Eleanor ........ 13 Horning. Charlotte I. 2225.263 Hornney, Alyin G. ........... . llorsky, Bonnie Lu ....,...,... llorsky, Carol Joy 8,204 .310 ........180 ,.......261 .....261 Horton. Billy XV. ...., ..... 2 96 Horwitz. Daniel ........,, ,,,,,,,, 2 53 Houck. Laurie G. ...................... 60 Hough. Ann ...,...,..,,.....,.,..,, 91,210 ...71,256 Houscman, M. Porter ..139.176,-321 llouseholder, James E. llowarcl, Noel B. ......... . Howell, George M. ..... . Howell, Jack R. .... 285.2 ........218 Fiiliiiii' i 156 324 Jackson. Derelle L. ...,,,,,,,,..,,,,,, . Jackson, Lewis Tipton .........,.... 86 Jackson, Joe ........................ 160,300 Jackson, Norman L. .............,.... 245 Jackson. Robert F. ,.... ....... 2 72.306 Jackson, Stephanie ....... Jacob. Cecilia Ann ..............,,,.., 110 Jacob. Daniel James g .-.w ..........J8,2D-J Jacobs, Richard Allen ..............,. 186 Jacobson, Eino ...,.. ,... ......... . 300.302 lloxycs. Elizabeth ,.,.,.,,., ,,,,,,., 2 12 Howlett, Marilyn Louise ....,... 210 Hubbard, Margot ....,,...,,.,, 206,261 Hubbard. Virginia Jenkins ..47,71, 134,220,242 Huck. Mary Jean ...................... 262 lludgins, Bobby Mack ...... 272,306 Huebner, Raymond Marshall .... 76. 168,248 Hueftlein, Nadine Lillian ........ 145 Huesca, Carlos .................... 229,247 Hendrick, Lou Donna ..........,.,. 208 Hendricks, Ella Louise ........,.., 225 Hendricks, Hlagy C. .....,....,.,... 253 Hendrickson, Arthur R. .......... 249 Hendrickson, Patricia .............. 90 Henkel. John ..........,........... 166,248 Henness. Shirley Ruth 116,235,254 Huffman, Robert A. ........ 85.86 Huggett, X1'ilma Elma ........ 151 Hughes. Isabel .... 115,202,238 .245 ,316 .241 Hughes, Jeanne ,.......,............. H315 Hughes, Marilyn Jean 114,216,238 Hughes, Shirley Jean ..210.251,252 Hulet, James Francis ...,..., 229 256 Hull, Carol Ray ........................ 237 Hull, Frank NY. ....... ....... 1 80 Hull, Patricia ........ ........... 2 16 Hall, Thomas L. ...........,.,,.,,.... 178 Hall, YVi11ie Ernestine ......,,,,,,,, 316 Hallburg, Sarah Ann ............,... 216 Halloran, Joseph F. ,,,,.,..,.,. 71,164 Hamaker, Barbara Anne ....,. 42,50, 138.210,310.316 Hamilton, Donald Gene .......... 178 Hamilton, Jean ..................,.,,,,,, 90 Hammer, Donald F. ,,.,,. ,,,,,,.,, 2 49 Hammock, Paul Rex ..,..,,,,,,,,,,, 231 Hammond, Lois R. ,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 90,212 Hammond, Zeta .......,,,......,,,,,,,. 218 Hampus, Carol ...........,....,.,,,,,,,, 315 Hancock, XVilliam David ..,..... 160 Hannapel, Raymond .....,.... 51,275 Hannon, Jack .......,.....,.,.......,,,,, 174 Hansel, Harrietta ....,........,,,,,,. 204 Hansen, Donald XV. 80,121,250.256 Hansen, Joan L. ..........,. 83,235 Hansen, Karl VV. .......... 76,248 Hansen, Mary Lou ..,......... 208 Hanson, George R. .......,,.., 249 Harbison, Helen E. 51,138,214 ,244 .249 ,315 ,261 ,326 Hennessy, Helen F. ,.....,... 115,260 Hennington, Audie .,................ 91 Herbst. Richard ...............,........ 190 Herman, Betty Ann ,......... 198,210 Herreras, Ana Marie ................ 316 Herring, Bill D. ........,..,.,,......,.. 191 Herron. Patricia ..143,146,260,261 Hersey, Nancy Lee ..........., 60,238 Hess, Louis B. .......,.....,..,... 245,249 Hester, Barbara ....................,... 60 Hewetson, Ann ,........,., 206,310,316 Heyer, Karl ...,.....,...................... 178 Hickerson, Lee ........................ 156 Hickman. John Earl .......... 245,256 Hicks, Sally M. ............ 71,222,316 Higdon, Robert L. ........,,......,.,. 285 Higgins, Robert Nelson ............ 231 Hilke, Robert ...........,........,....... 164 Hill, George R. ,......... 143,170,196, 197,250,256 Hill, Judith Brooks ...,,, 146,220,237 Hill, Kenneth A. .................,... . 71 Hill, Mary Lou .,.... 49,204,r314,316 Hill, Patricia Louise .... 65,201 .214 Hill, Robert Nels .....,...,,........... 261 Hinckley, Stewart Craig .......... 178 Humiston, Louise .... ....... 1 16,255 Hummel, Anne L. ,,..........,... 40.71, 202,242,251 Humphrys, Archie V. .,............ 172 Humphrey, Shirley Joan ..312,316 Humphrey, Thomas .......... 146,252 Handley. Rose Larce .,.,.... 169.235, 254.260 Huneck, Tecia Mary Anna ..., 139. 208,235,313 Hunger, Suzanne ............ 36,38,71, 214.242.3534 Jacobson, Jill ............ ....... 2 61 Jacobson, Jo Ann ...,.. ....... 2 37 Jacobson, Kay ,.............. .,.,... 2 16 Jaeger .1Valter S. ....,..,.,...,........ 233 Jakle. X1'illiam A. ..,..,................ 178 Jakoboyvski, Richard J. .,...,.. 65,247 James, Ann ...........,..,......,...,..,,,, 91 James, Shirley Jeannine ............ 236 Jardinc, Theodore 9,10,60,19l.254 Jarvis, Robert .,.................. 234,280 Jeffryes, Gale Dean ............,..,., 164 Jenney. Lloyd ............................ 297 Jenney, 1Yilliam ....., 93,9-5,245,249 Jerome, Pat Steele .............. 123,250 Jewell, Tommie E. ....... ,............ 7 1 Jewett. Marjorie Ann ................ 116 Jewett, 1Varren R. .................... 229 Jiacoletti, Fred Fletcher 182,247 Jimenez, Raymon E, .......... 234.263 Jirou, Nona Earline ...............,.... 115 Johnson. Anne ,..,.. 10,38,43.44,47. 71,107.209,242. 250,251,:311,334 Johnson, Beverly G. ............ 114,204 Johnson, Charles N, .... 178,247,250 Johnson. Fred Harold 565,158,246 Johnson, H. Norman .................. 170 Johnson, Harry Clide ....,,.,,,.... 164 Johnson. Janice Sue ,,... ,..,., 2 08 Johnson. Joe Paul ...... ...... 2 54 Johnson, Jolm XV. ........,.,.......,... 340 Jolmson, Lois M. ....,.,......,,,,, 60,225 Johnson, Marjorie Fielding ...... 216 Johnson, Mary Mae ....,.,,..,,...... 310 Johnson. Nancy Eleanor ............ 216 Johnson. Norman .................,.,.. 340 Jolmson, Richard Ernest ,......... 244 Johmon, Roger E. ,..... 47,242.28-1. 285.286.287,288, 292,293.296.324 Johnson. Rosalie Morris ............ 204 Johnson. Rose Marie ......,....,.... 214 Johnston, Alvin Louis ,......, ,...., 2 31 Jolmston, Ervin Frederic .......... 76. 245.248 Johnston. Jimmy ......................,. 285 Johnston, Patricia A, ....,.,, 138204, 247,314 Hunt, Elizabeth ,..............,........ 210 Hunt, Eve Yarbrough .,........ 71,208 Hunt. Grace .......................,...... 263 Hunt, Harold K. ....,...............,.,. 65 Hunt. Jean Carol ................ 139.208 Hunter. Derk ........................ 51,178 Hunziker, Bruce Alan .....,.....,.. 233 Hurley, Norma ,....,........,........... 216 Hurt, Stanley ...................... 51,182 Hussey, Georgiann ....,....... 214,237 -393- Jonas, Dolores ........,..... 202,236,316 Jones. Celia Phyllis ...... 143,235,257 Jones, Charles Jackson .,.,,.,.,... 229 Jones, Donald ........,,..,,,.,..... 51,177 Jones. Edwin C. ........ 10,47,65.249 Jones, Fred B. ........,,.,,,,...,,,...., 49 Jones, Jack E. ..,..,..., 51,76,248,249 Jones. Jacqueline Anne 116,237,263 Jones, Janet Ruth .... . ,.,, 98 Jones, James XV. .,..,.,,.,,......,..,.. , ,236 Lawson, .258 Jones, Margie Ann 0.206.237 Jones, Sargie Ruth ..,..... 51.139 Jones, Tom E. ,A,..... 86.121.122.245 Lusk. Marian 113.130,139,214,333 ,210 Jongeneel, Doris Anna .............. 213 Jontig. Frances H. .................... 260 Jontig, Joseph John .................. 263 Jordan. Roberta ..............,.,....... 202 Jordan. Russell Edward ...,A..,.. 231 Jordan, 1Yilliam C. Jr. .,....,, 51.166 Jourdan. Louis Robert .,......,,.... 238 Joyce, Charles ..,.........Y.............,. 160 Joyner, Dorothy A. .... 236.309.7316 Juliani, Gerald B. ...........w,... 51.166 Juliani, Nancy .,....., ........ 9 1,218 Junkin, Jim .............,., ......,.. I 305 - K Y Kalielin, Harry .......................... 23-1 Kaestner, Robert David .Y.... 76,248 Kahn. Sherrie A. .......,,, 144,224,237 Kain, Roy B. Jr. ........................ 174 Kain. Sidney Lewis .........285. Kostyzak. Lydia ...........,.,.., Kroll, Rona Lee .,........,......, Kaufman, 'l ave G. .................... 190 320 Kalember, Milan ........................ 76 Kalsman. Mike ............ 160.252.2533 Kampe, Edward A. .................. 233 Kang, Kwan Ho ........................ 257 Kaplan. Esther Doris ................ 262 Kaplan, Gerald .................. 154.190 Kaplan, Jarril F. ..... ............. 6 5 Kaplan. Selig ............. ........ 9 1.262 Kappas, Anne XY. ...................... 251 Karamiehos, Chris .............. 162.257 Karel, Henry ................ 167.254.3416 Karge, Kenneth Franklin .......... 232 Karlin. Marvin YV. .................... 256 Karstetter, Alfred ...................... 157 Kartchncr. Max James 149,168,234 Kassir, Sami .............................. 257 Kassner. Barbara Lynn ............ 235 Katz. Joan Lila ............... ...... 2 51 Kauffman. Barbara ....... ...... 2 24 Kauffman, Karl ..,..................... 177 Kazy. Theodore J. ..., 38,47,91, 147,239,242 144. .250 Keating, Ray Francis ................ 296 Keefe, Richard Lawrence ,,160.296 Keene, Jay B. ..........................A. 30 Keeton, Mary Jane .............. 59.216 Keevan, Pat ..,........... 10.51.220,313 Keller. Roy Alan ........................ 252 Kelley, Dale T. .......................... S8 Kelley, Jolm Richard ............ 91.180 Kelley, Marge .................... 220.312 Kellner. Peggy .................... 121.250 Kellogg, James Martin ............ 178 Kelly, Edith ........................ 65.214 Kelly, Larrv Lester .............. 65.223 Lievrance, Lovell B. ..... .... . Kelly, XYalter Anthony Kemmeries. Ken A. .,.......... 294.321 Kemmeries. Bill ............ 38.285.292. 293,333,341 Kemp, 11'illiam Robert .............. 234 253 222 Charles .................... Kendrick. Kennedy. Ellen T. ................... . Kennedy, Frank 1Villiam ....... McDonald, Sally Lee .............. 204 Kennedy Kennedy , Jac ............................ , Robert Meyer . ...... 231 Kennedy, Virginia Clare .......... 235 Kenyon, XVilliam L. ........,......,.. 248 Kersh, Patricia .................... 60.235 Kc-sling. Pete C. .,...,,... 144,191,234 Kessner, David ...,.............. 190.262 Key. Clela Allene ................ 139.204 Key. Kathy .......................... 133.208 Kiecklieffer. Gretchen .,80,216,256 Kichler, Ferris Beth ............ 199.235 Kierig, Nancy Ann .................... 262 Kiker. Henry A. .......... 86,118.191. 242.250 Killeen. Reine Y. ................ 214.236 Kilpatrick, Beverly Jean .,......., 216 Kilroy, Gwynn Ellen ................ 225 Kilroy, Lea Mary ........ 116,225,247 Kimball, Richard Aye .............. 91 Kimberlin, June G. ............ 98,208, 251.252 Kimberlin, Larry Lee .............. 261 Kimmel, Hope J. ........ 115,116,222 Kinney, John C. .................. 122.123 STUDENT 1 N D E X - CContinuedj Kinney, Richard E. 65,143,185,250 King, Charles H. ........................ 232 King, Roy Edwin ...................... 65 Kingsley, Lanny G. ..,... ,...,.... 1 78 Kiniski, Eugene ...,,,... Kinnison, John E. ,.... . 270 95,249 Kirby, John J. .,,.,,,.,. ............ 1 21 Kircher, Joan .......... ........ 1 44,202 Kirchcr, Marianne ,.,. .,..... 7 8,255 Kirk, James L. ...,.,....,,....,,,,,..... 76 Kiser. Reuben P. ...................... 244 Kitchen. Richard L. .... 91.134228 Kittell, Charles XV. ,.,..,......, . Klatt, Gerald Richard Kleinman, Rex E. ............. . Kline. Marilyn ........... Kline, Ted D. ..........,.......,.. . Klineburger. Chris R. Klug. Frances Anne ........ . Kneip. Jacquie J. ....,....,,,... . Knell. Sarah Anne ........... ,321 Kitchens. Ralph Lester 76.166 143,177 168 172 ,228 235 -nm-601160 76 71.247 Knaggc, Marjorie Lucile .......... 260 Knappenberger. Richard L. 60,254 222.254 206.235 Knerr. Shirley Elizabeth 43.51.214 95 Knoll, George C. .......,..,.,,.,..,,. . Knopp, XVilliam T. ....,,........... . Knotts. Donald XV. Knowles, Earl ............. Knowles. James F. . .... . ...... . Knox. Carolyn Ruth Knox, Robert S. ............,.. . Koenig. Paul Edward ......... Kohl. Patricia ..............,..... Kohler. Kenneth YVilliam . Kondora, Nick ,....,..,.., Kope, Lanny Arthur . Kosta, Marcia ,,.....,.....,....... Kramer, Robert Milton, Jr. Kraus. Jolm D. .....,,.,.......,. . Krause. Alice Louise ...,..,. Krmpotich, George Kryger, William C. ....,,..... . Krzton. Irene Virginia Kuchar. Kenneth XV. ,,,...... . Kuhel, Roland G. .,...,......... . Kulm, Joe B. ..,....,.,..,.....,.,. . Kunde, Lloyd E. 37,40,65, Kunze, Lillian Patricia ...... lxurn, Barbara ..........,........... Kussrow. 1Vaync .......,. Kyle. Herbert Lee .,.. K L L 231 165,172 178 .......166 143,238 165,179 ....,,.252 210.235 ..,....17O 230.273 ...,..,229 ,...,,.315 .....,.202 ..,...166 91 224,315 .......23S 224.236 157,254 2323.253 269.273 .......166 154.172 144,216 ........-906 ..91.2 60,315 56 Lacy. 1Vinifred ........................,. 91 LaDomus, Geoffrey XY. .......... 170. 246.247 Lady, Patricia ........,.....,......,,...., 91 Lage, Leonard Alan 71.115,229,251 Lake, Nadine Kathryn ...... 220.237 Lamar, Barbara Aim .... 43,235,246 Lamar, lledger ,,...........,,.,..,..,. 157 Lamb, Lawrence ................ 76.261 Lamb, XN'arren M. ..51,185.2-17.258 Lamm, Alice Maude ................ 218 Langdon, Joseph K. ......... . Langdon. Carolyn Jane 165. ...11. 176 214 Langdon, Nancy Calvin .,.,....,. 71 Lange, Kathryn Marie ....... 258 Langelicrs. Duane .............. 65,247 Langer. Marion Ruth 139,222,263 Langley, Mary Lou .................. 218 Lans, 1Villiam J. ,.,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,. 91 Lanterman. Roberta ................ 225 Larrabure, Victor L. ....,... 247.257 Larrick, Charles L. ............ 76,248 Larriva, Francis .......... 182,246,300 Larriva, Leonilo ...................,,... 166 Larsen, Jerry YValter .....,......,... 162 Larson. Barbara .................. 91.199 Larson, Lorraine .......... ......... 2 38 Lasse, Ray ................................ 188 Laubscher, Bion Lee Laudeinan. Hal C. .......... . Lauer, Susan L. ....,...,..,.., . 157 Latta, Raymond Joseph ..... ....... 154.156 Laubscher, John VV. ................ 60 .......182 144 ,251 Lauver, Andrew .... 41,154,175,242 Lauver, Robert Mitchell .......... 175 Laveen, Walter E. .................... 179 Laverty, Nancy Jane ..216,310,312 Lavertv, Sara .............. 146,220,237 Lawrason. Mary Ann Laws, Suzanne .......... . Ruth Elaine 208,311, 313,316 51,139,218 60,235,263 Lawson Lawyer Lawver , 5 NVilliam ................ 300,32 1 Ellen McCauley ...,.... 51 Jerome F. 65,164,246,247 Layden, Timothy Browning .... 229, 249 Layton, Frank D. ................ 91,186 Lazarow, Benjamin .................. 244 Loitzenbauer, Eva .,.,.....,,,,. 236,257 Long, Carolyn ......,.,..,........ 91,212 Longenbaugh, Richard D. ........ 71, 255,263 Longenbaugh, Ronald Keith .... 263 Lopes, Joseph, Jr. .................... 247 Lopez, Barbara ........................ 223 Lopez, Laura Maria ........ 225,247, 257,263 Lorance, Donald Gene 51,157,254 Lorona, Aurelia ...................,.... 139 Lothrop, Evelyn L. .... 209,237,251, 311,313 Loucks, Elizabeth Frances ...... 214 Lough, Charles Franklin .......... 91, Lazarus, Frank ..47,65,184.192,242 LaZebriik, Robert .,..,..,,,..,. 121,250 Lazoxich, Dushan Sam ,,,... 49.141, 164,250 Lazovich. Edith ........................ 235 Lea, Nancy P. ..., 43,44,49,139,214 LeBeau. Gail Ann ,.....,. 138,214,282 Lcchich, Robert Emil ........ 65,186 Ledcsma, Javier E. .,,............,.. 71 Lee. Arthur Albert. Jr. ,.......,.., 81 Lee, Chuck O. ..,. 49,113,136.147, 191,229.2-46,250,3:33 Lee, Grace Daxis ..,.,.............,.,. 222 Lee. Joseph XVayne ...,....,..,,,.,,, 177 Lee, Nancy H. ....,.,,,,.,..,.,.,, ,,,,,, I 315 Lee, Shirley-Mae .,,,.,,..,..........., 214 Lee. Thomas Chong Mun ........ 257 230.257 Love, Patti Ann ........................ 204 Loveless, VVilliam Donald .,,,..,. 76, 245,249 Loving. Tommy King .............. 166 Lowe, Ann ...................,......,..... 209 Lowe, Robert Braxton ...,.. 183,247 Lowry, C. Halden .............. 66.180 Lowry, John G. .................. 280,300 Lucas, Donna Dee .................... 220 Lucas, Keith C. ........,.......,..,.... 255 Luke, Barbara Josephine ......,.,. 212 Lumpkin, Jana L. ........,........... 225 Lundahl, Nifilliam Joseph ........ 60 Lunt, Gerald A. ................ 168,300 Luscher, Joan ...................... 91,218 Leece, Florence B. ...,.,...,,,.,.,.,,, 216 Lutich, Baldo John .......... 166,160 Luz, Babette ..,.,....,,...,, 251,256,262 Leeson. Zita Kay .....,.,.,,.........,. 262 Lefferts, Edward Allen ...,,,.,,,,. 172 Letlang. James R. ,..,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,., 83 Leftault, Charles Joseph, Jr. 51,263,285 Lehan. Charles A. .....,....,......... 175 Lehman, Betty H. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 71 Leman, Alice ,,,..............,.,,. 71,220 Lemas, Nora Margaret ..,.,,.,,,,, 222 Lengenderfer, Russell ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 175 Lcnhardt. Roger Feth 166,180,296 Lennon. Bernard G. .....,...,.. 66.175 Lent, Barbara Grace .. .,..,. .,201,218 Lyall, Frank Robert, Jr. .......... 253 Lyddon, Phillip S. .............. 66,183 Lyman, 1Villiam L. .... ........... 1 62 Lyon, Jack ,..,,...,...........,....,,,,,.. 146 Lyons, John E. .................. 125.184 Lyons, Robert Edwin ......... ..... 1 86 Lytch, Edna Ashby .,..,.. ........ 1 15 - Mc - McAleer, Lucy ............ 121,122,216, 250,309,315 Leon, Manuel L. ...,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 98 Leonard. Charles Bonham ........ 180 Leonard. Donna .,,,..,.,.......,.,..... 116 Leonard, John W. .............. 66,246 Leopold, Marilyn Ann ,,,,,,,,,,,, 143 Lcrch, Stanford Earl ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 300 Lerner, Richard Leonard ..228.262 LeVasseur, Nancy Lee ...... 71,202 Levkowitz. Jack .....,,.,... 51.85,l38. 146.1-17,184 Lewis, Buddy ,...,,,,...............,.... 281 Lewis, Ernest Pierson .,,.,... 232,279 Lewis. James Madison, Jr. ........ 180 Lewis. Jane Elise ,,,,,,,............... 80 Lewis, Nanci ,,,..,........,..,.... 71,212 Lewis. Roger K. ...,......., 91,140,250 Libey, Jolm R. .,..,..,, ,,,,,,,, 2 30,249 Lichtenstein, Joan ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 71,224 Lieberman, Janet ............,... 224,262 Liem, James H. ....,.,,, ,,,,,,.,,,. 1 70 Liesch, James Lewis ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 70 ...244 Lim. Raymond Lee .. ...,.. 66.247 Linaweaver, Ann C. ......... . Lincoln, Edward Palmer ,...,,,.236 306. 234. 324 Lindainood. Sam Johnson ..47 Linder, Charles .,.....,,.....,... 80,250 Lindstrom, Margaret ..209,310,311 Lipinski. Ambrose A. ........ 229.263 Lippincott, Joan Frances Lipscomb, Jacquelyn ........ Listeman, Judith Lee ........ Livingston, Leland Shibley ,304 ........258 146 ........218 ......172 Livingston, Marcia .......,,,...,,, Lixingston. Robert Daily ..,.,,.... Locher, Allen Hadley ........ Lockett, Beverly Jo ,..,.,. Lockctt, XVilliam C. ....... . Lockhart, J. Frank ........... Lockledge, Jack E. Lockwood, Burns E. ....... . Loe, M archa .................,., Lohman, Mary ......... ....... Lohr, Donald A. ..... . -394- H216 178 ........182 ........218 ........122 .172 .294 185 ........231 ........220 .139 ,218 188 245,248 115,261 296,320 McAllister, Dannie Richard .... 76, McAllister, Gaynell .....,...... McAnally, Richard Lee ..... McBarnes, McCaffrey, Marilyn Louise McCarron. McCartney. Lois Ann ,....,.. Mc-Caslin, Dick A. ,.,.,.,.,... . McCauley, J. Bruce .,......., McCown, Sheba .,.....,.,..... McClu.re. Evelyn Gayle ..... McClure, Ed ..........,.,...,.,,. McClure, Julian H. ..... .... . McCluskey, Jolm .....,..... Janine ..... ,,....,.. James E. ........ . 202,314 ......146, 210.258 204,247 179 170.279 .......214 .......211 ...,..,167 ..86,244 McCollum, Lorraine ....,....,,,,,,. 2 18 McConnell, Beiierly J. McConnell, Janice ................,... 255 Mc-Cormick, Fay Ruth ....., 71,222, 223,309,313,316 McCormick, James .................. 179 McGowan, Nancy .............. 223,236 McCray, Ernest .,...., .. ..,.,.., 252 Mc-Cune, Sally ...... ,,.....,... 2 14 Mc-Curnin, Bill ......... .............. 4 9 McDaniel, Dona .... ......... 5 1,203 McDonald, Billie .,...... ,....,...., 7 6 Mc-Donald, Dick .,,.,,.....,........,. 172 McDowell, YVilliam 55,66,171,258 h1CDuff, hiidge .................. 218,309 McElroy, Martha ,..,.,....,.,....,.... 66 McEwen, Paul C. Jr. McFarland, Bonnye .... McGeorge, Rosalee ....., 143,216,235 McGill, 1Valter T. .............. 49,228 McGlamery, Pat .............,..,....... 204 McGovern, Charles E. ...... 232,305 McGovern, Eddie Lee .............. 230 McGowan, Joseph C. .............. 244 McGowan, Mary Jo .......... 143,209 McGowen, Ben ........................ 248 McGrael, John L. ..49,154,155,162 McGregor, M ary Jean 144,216,316 McGregor. Michael Mclnerney, Joan .,,............,...... 2 18 McIntosh, Gail M. ........41.51,204, 309,316 Mclntosli, Marilyn ,,., ,.,.... 9 1.238 McKay, Elizabeth ..... ......... 2 04 McKenzie, Nancy .....,.....,,......, 218 McKim, Pat ...........,.........,.. 204,235 McKinney, Frances .... 98,204,252 314,316 McKnight. Gaston A. 161,300,320 McKown, Dean R. .,...,.,.,.... 270,280 McLean, Leslie D. ....,,....,...,i., 231 McLernon, Roberta ..,......,., 201,209 McLoy, Lorraine ...,,.....,...,...,... 235 McMillen, Barry S. ..........i.i,,,., 231 McM1Lllan, Hugh, Jr, ..29-1,296,320 McNaniee, Marilyn .................. 236 McPherson, Douglas .........,161,319 McRae. Dona Lee ,...,,,,,... 169.246 McRae, Don J. ...... . McRae, Lynette .. McRae. Nadine ...,, McSweeny. Marie ..... Mc1Venie, Fred ......,, ...Qfsil 51,234 ...,,..60,169 .......60,169 215 173 Mabee, Robert George ...... 251.255 Maca, Paul D. ,....,......,,,.,... 154,162 Mac-Cashland, Kenneth Conlon 66 Mat-Donald, Lewis Shukert ,... 180 Mac-Donald. Jeannette ....,, 238.316 Mace, Edward V. ..,................... 91 Macey. Bruce ..........,.., 151.160.333 MacGregor, David J. ,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,, 300 MacKallor. Clinton D. ,.....,, 76.245, 248,249 MacKay, Halene J. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 216,310 MacKinnon, Donald B. ....,.,.,,,. 66 Macklin. Frances ....,.,,,.,,.,,, 251,252 Mac-Nee. Jean F. ...........,,,.. 71,202 Madala, Susanne .....,.....,..,,,,,,,. 115 Maddigan, Jean Eleanor ........ 206, 238.261 Maddox, Donna .,..,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,... 237 Madison, Gray ..... ........ 1 80 Madfai. Saad .......... ,,,,,,,, 6 0 Madsen, James N. ,.,,,,.,.,,,,, 66,179 Magdovitz. Allen A. ....,..i......,... 262 Magness, Charles L. . ...............,. 66 Major, Joseph C. ......,, 76,230.2-15, 248.249.3063 Major. Paul R. ...,......,,..,,,.,,.,.,.,., 233 Malinsky. Samuel Philip ....,.,... 304 Mallcrs. Robert B. ........i.,. 164.228 Mallery, Harold Clarence ........115 Malone. Shirley Fay .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 206 Maloy, John Owen ......,...,.,, 51,162 S T U D E N T I N D E X - qconfmuedi Martin, Nancy Ruth ,,.. 138,211,261 Martinez. Aurelio S. ,... ............ 2 28 Martyn, Gwendolyn Davis ...... 146. 221.235 Martyn, Teta ..............,.....,......,., 221 Martz, Henrietta ...................... 211 Marvel, Marjorie .......... 216.238 254 Marx, Betty L. ...,..,.,.., 216,238,310 Mason, Kay ...,..,.,.,...., 42,50,51,216 Mathers. Jolm G. .........,............ 228 Matheson, Frances Jean ...... 91,238 Matlock, Donald K. .i,..,..,..,.,,.,, 91 Matlock, Thomas A. ,..,,, ,,,.... 1 S0 Matock. Robert ............. ,.,.... 2 73 Matsuda, Kaoru .....,..., ..,,.., 2 52 Matsumoto, Takeshi .,.,,, ,,,,.., 9 5 Matte-check, Molly .................,.. 215 Matteson. Jeanne ..................... 216 Mattinson, Richard Allen ..,,.... 160 Mattinson, YYil1iam E. ..,.,. 160,246 Matz, Jack ......,,..,..................... 244 Maxwell. Ellen Jane ............ 61.212 Mav, Aroline .,............,..,.... 204.263 May. Roslyn ...i......... ...ii..... 2 38 Mayer, Pete Adams ..... ...., 1 72 Meador, N. Eugene ,.... ..,...,... 1 71 Meads, Elizabeth ..... ........i.... 2 63 Medart, James S. .............. 171,256 Medigoyich. Danilo ,........,,,...... 229 Meeker, Moreton David .... 115.263 Meenan, Sidney Ruth .....,.. 72.246 Meisner, Marion ,........ 216,254,310 Mclgaard. John Thomas .......... 164 Mellen, Ruth Jo ...,...,...,..,......... 215 Melton. Roger XVarren ,,.......... 158 Mcndelsohn. Fred S. .....,..,. 51.190, 250.333 Mendenhall, Ami L. ......,.,... 49,212 Mendenhall. Thomas D. Menhennet, John Scott ..... Mensch. Eleanor C. .... 80. Mercer. Lila Jcan .............. Merriam. Margarita ......,... Merriam, Mary Lueila ...,, Merrill. Mary Ann ,.,......... Mertz. Rosalie C. ............ . Mcsch, John Kenneth, Jr. .. Messinger. XVilbur H. ...... . Metteer, Margaret Joan Metz, Paul Art ................... Metz, Robert Francis .,.. Mandelbaurn. Jay Y1'illiam .,.... Mandell, Christine Barnes ..,..... Manemann, Marion J. ....,..,,,,,, , 184 79 66 Manning. Glenn G. ...... 77,248,249 Manning. Max , .....,.,,,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,, 122 Manson, Tom XVallace ...... 172.254 Mansur, David XV. .,,,,.,,,,,. 149,151 Mantle, Mary Laura 51.53.138.209 Manzano. Carlos R. .................. 232 March, Marcia Mae Marchant, Donald C. ,..........80,211 .,......,,91,166 Marcus. Joseph Fred ..,.,.,,,,,,,,,, 71 Marenda. Dale E. ......,,,.,,,, 86,229 Marin, Patricia Florence .......... 260 Mariscal, Rudolph ,,,,,.,,,,..,, 85,245 Marley, Kemper, Jr. ,,.,,.,,i ,,,,,,,,,, 2 78 Marohn, John Francis ........ 66.175 Marra, Alphonse J. ..,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,., 66 Marsh. Cody ...........,,,,,,,,,,. 154,158 Marsh. Margaret Harper ,,.. 43,223, 257 Marsh. Sheila ...............,,.,..,,,,.,, 215 Marsh, Sylvia Mae ........,,,,,,,,,,,, 257 Marshall, Nancy Carolyn .....,..., 215 Marston. Edward J. ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 248 91 Martelino. Edita O. ........ . Martens. Stuart Wayne ............ 248 Martin, Anne D. .....,....,,,,.,,,,,,, 204 Martin, Freddie G. ............ 274,278 Martin, Kay Louise ...........,...... 203 Martin, Lincoln C. ..... .....,,,,,,, 2 48 Martin, Martha ,,.,,., ,,,,,,, 4 3,237 N -r- .......11-J ..,....179 110.255 172.221 259.247 .......247 211.257 211.263 286.245 66 203 .......177 ....,..296 D Metzger, Thomas J. ..... ....... 1 86 Meyer, Audrey J. ............... 72 Meyer, Burnett C. .........,,......... 256 Meyer, Carole Lou .... 144,215,237 Meyers. Mary Louise ........ 146.202. 235.258.263 Michalis. Serafim ...................... 257 Middleton, M. Sue .................... 204 Mikes. Marilyn Louise ....., 206,235 Miller. Barbara Ann ..............., 221 Miller. Carol I. ...,....,.,...,.,.,.,,,, 238 Miller, Charles ...... 51.173.183.305 Miller. Edward Jolm .........,....., 278 Miller, Fred J. ....,,.,,,.,..,.,,.,.,,,,, 248 Miller. Glenn Evermont ...... 95.263 Miller, Howard XV. ........,........, 167 Miller. Jack G. .............. 80,228,255 Miller. James C. ........................ 49 Miller, Jolm E. .,..,........,,.,.., 40,179 Miller, Lowell F. ...................... 177 Miller. Sandra Ruth ....... ,..221.237 Miller, Theodore F. ................,. 77 Milligan. Mlarren Lee .............. 163 Mills. Barbara Joanne ...... 212,316 Mills, Della Marie ,,,.....,,,,,,,,,,.,.. 72 Mills. Herbert S. ................ 66.181 Mills, James Gordon ..........,,,,,. 164 Mills. John Francis .............. 86.245 Mills, Merila ................ 113,131,221 Minard, M. Maryann C, 72,211,255 Mingle. Charles Carmack ........ 252 Minkler, Jan .............................. 154 Mintun, Janice Ann ......,.,,.. 146.203 Mitchell, Barbara .... ......, 2 16,310 Mitchell. Carolyn ...... .......... .. 16 Mitchell, Joseph L. ...........,.. 66,246 Mitokawa. Nobuko ...... ........... 6 1 Mock, William ...,,..,, .,,,,.,.,, 1 73 Modell, Richard .....,. .............. 1 84 Moeur, Jeanne ..... ..,...... 7 2,221 Moeur, Sid C. ,.....,..................... 66 Molander, Charles W. .......,...... S1 Monahan, Thomas C. .,...... 61,175 Monier. David Larry ..161,300,319 Monier, Jolm M. ................., 77,161 Monier, Philip C. .............. 161.305 Montgomery, David Hall ........ 233 Montgomery. Melyin M. ..,..,.. 248 Montijo, 1r1na D. ........ 72,115,256 Montijo. Ralph E.. Jr. .............. 77 Moody. M. Earline ............ 43,207 Moody, Nancy Jane .......... 207.235 Mooney, James Thomas .... 66161 Moore. Burton Elmer .......,,.,,. 232 Moore, Dianne R. ........ ..... 2 01 Moore, C. Elizabeth ....... ..... 2 15 Moore, llarolyn M. ,.....,......,,.. 211 Moore, Shirley ..,.....,,...........,.,.. 209 Moraga, Eddy ............ 229,296,320 Moran. Joan D. ,.,. 51,139.143,209 Morey, Sylvester A. ............... 66 Morgan, Grace .........,.............. 203 Morgan, Kay Suzanne ............. 238 Morgan, Kenneth L. .......... 98.253 Morgan. Norman L. .... 77.156248 Morgan, Thomas M. ............... 257 Moring. Carleton L. .,............. 244 Moring, Sharlet Hellcn ...... 66,211 Moroz, Max ............................. 189 Morris, Mary Kay ...,.. 212,238,312 Morrison, Bruce ...,............ 190,262 Morrison. Jolm E. ................... 77 Morrison. X1'illiam G. ...,, .,.., 2 613 Mosier, Margaret E. ..., ......., 7 2 Moss. Marijane ......... ,,.... 2 12 Mountjoy, Robert ....... ........ 2 54 Mowry. Jack Palm .............. 66179 Moyer. Alcy Ann ........ ..... 2 37,260 All1t'L'liL', Carl ........................... 239 Mueller. Jerri' Alys ....,....... 213310 Mueller, Jolm S. .................. 66173 Mueller. Lillian Lundstroin ,,,,. 72 Mueller, Patricia L. .........,........ 215 Muenzberg. Joan ...................... 215 Mueth, Priscilla Ann .,.,,,,. 216,238 Muirhs-ad. Kathleen F. ............ 258 Mulchay, Peggy ..., 10,37,40.-11.49. 1f39.2o9.255.:3S3.341 Mulkins, Betty May ,............... .257 Munch. Mona Lee ..43.51.198.225 Munek. Christina ....................., 236 Munro. Tecla ........................... 213 Murphy, Frank E. ...,... 86.250 Murphy, Gay ................ ........ 2 04 Murphy. Richard Ira ....... ...... 2 28 Murphy, Ross B., Jr. ...... 294 Murray. Edward P. .. ...... 72 Murray. Linforth ....., ...... 2 18 Murray, Robert E. ........ ......... 7 7 Muthart. Richards B. ......... 66 Murtaugh. Catherine ........ 207.238 Musser, Lou Ann ...................... 257 Myers, Vernon. Jr. ........ 80,145.158 Myrick, Clifford E. .................. 296 K N M Nadler. Harry ...... ......... 1 84 Nady. June .............. 72,211,316 Nady. Paul ...,,....,....,.,.,............. 77 Naechcl. Mary Elizabeth ........ 213 Naffziger. Nancy L. .........,.. 72.209 Nagtalon, Alex A. .................... 257 Nasser, Barbara K. .......,.... 209.237 Naylor. Bob ....,.......................,. 254 Naylor, Janell ........................., 211 Needham, Don XVelch ...,.. 187,306 Nellis. Marilyn Joan ................ 211 Nelson, Bill M. ............ .....,,.. 6 6 Nelson, Fargo ................ .,..., 1 83 Nelson. Harry Arthur ....... ...... 7 2 Nelson, Joan M. ........... ...... 2 13 Nelson. Jolm XV. .......,,... ,..... 2 30 Nelson, Kenneth E. ...... ...... 2 31 Nelson. Roy A. ........ ......... 2 54 Nelson, Yirginia ..,.... ........ 9 1,209 Neville. Mary Dee .................... 218 Newberry. Frank M. ..,...,... 61,179 Newlin, Alice J. ........................ 218 Newlon, Richard Frank ,........... 179 Newman, Joan ................. ...... 2 62 395 - Newton, Gil E. ......... , Newton, Michael Duff .........,.. 187 Nicely. Ronald C. .,.,, . 80 Nicholas, David D. ,...... ....... . Nichols, Albert E. .,.... ........... 2 46 Nichols. Anita .......... ....... 2 37,5310 Nichols. Leila .................... 143.213 Nicholson, Helen S. .................. 255 Nielsen. Franklin O. Nictert. Floyd F., 11 .258 Nicholson, Mari C. ............ 204 168.229 66 Niewold, Donald L. ..,............... 175 Nigg. Marilyn Lou ...... 209.311.5313 Nitehie, Noel Anne ...........,...,.. 215 Nitti, Luke Thomas ..........,..... 246 Nix, Jane E. .............................. 211 247 Noble, Barbara E. .............. 203 Nogales. Frank Gallego ...,........ 294 Nolte, 1Vinthrop ........................ 173 Noonan, Thomas C. .......... 175.254 Northway. Mervyn Fay 77.239248 Novak, Howard M. ..,.,............. 188 Novis, Lyle Taylor ..............,..... 231 Nowell. Joe Ami ,..... 42.52.209,237 Nuckolls. Donald Ray ,,,..... 251.255 Nunez, Juan .......,......, .... 2 47.254 Nuttall. Dixie Lee .................... 80 Nuttall. Louise .....,.............. 207.1316 K 0 D Oakley, Ben ........................ 306.532-1 Obregon, Gcneyieve L, ............ 144 O'Brien, Robert Timothy ,....... 77 O'Bryan, Frank E. ...,................ 167 Ocker, Doris Aim ..,..,,,,,.......... 211 Ocon, Bcrnadinc R. .................. 66 O'Dell, Donna .......,.... 209.236.3l1, Odem. Benjamin D. 312,313,316 204 O:Grady, Lee Ann .................... O Hara, Francis ,,,,....,............... 146 77.229 Oldenburger. XVilliain. Jr, ,.,,..,, 121 Oldcrsliaw. Constance M. 216,316 Ohnesorgen, Gerado Oliver. Barbara J. ...,................ 262 Oliver, Loren, Jr. ...... ....... 1 81,296 Oliver. Robert J. ..... ........... 2 62 Ollason. Larry ........,... ........ 1 76 Olinstead, Ray Dan .................. 179 Olney. Gerald M. .................... 163 Olson, Dean N. ............ 98,174,175 Olson. Gordon E. Olson. Robert K, ,... 77,245,248.249 O'Mcara. Sharon S. .................. 237 O'Neil. Robert ..... ....,.......... 1 22 Ong, Joseph ........................ 146.243 Onorato, Bob ,,.,.,,,.,...,........ 72,296 Orcutt. Carolyn S. ..,...., 43,207,238 Ormand, Lowell XV. .,.............. 261 Orr, Nita N, ,,,,..,,,,,.,...,.,...,... 43,236 Ory. Leland ..,,.................... 136.231 Osborn. X1'illiani Phillip .......... 175 Osborne. Mary Ellen 254 Osborne, Noel .......................... Ostle. James Robert ..,.,. 98.253 Over, 1Villiam E. .... 38,40.42,46.47, 66.181.242.334 Overbeck. Joanne .................... 204 Oyvcn, Courtney Briscoe 2102.260 Owens. Louis M. ,.234,300.301,319 .263 Owens, JoJo ....,.......,,........ 181.296 Oxnom, Jarict Morill ................ 223 Oyama, Henry ...,........ ........ 2 44 Ozbeck, H. H. .,,....., ..... 2 57 M P - Pabst, Marilyn Jean ............ 203,314 Pace, Kathryn June .................. 204 Padgett, Ben R. ,... .J ....,,..,,.,..... 252 Padilla. Margot ......... f..11-5,255,315 Page, Jacquclyn 43.51.20-1,250,256 Palmre, Clarence ................ 51,181 Palmer. Joan ................ 140,144,250 Palmer, John Burton ,, .... ,...... . ..207 Palmer, Raymond .............. 157,254 Palser, Gladys E. ..... ,...... 1 39.223 Palser, Janet M. .................. 223.260 Parato. Angelo A. ....... ...... 6 6,232 Parato, Nicoletta E. ,.,., .... 2 36.246 Portnoff, Lisa ...,.... ,- Pare, Madeline ..... ............... Fare, Margaret ...... .--.--- 12 .146.251 Park, Carol A. ......A......... ,.,.,.....-- 2 30 Park, John Nelson ,...., 243,257,260 Parker, Barbara Anne ...... 237,262 Parker, Elizabeth .....,,... 40,51,219 Parker. Forrest ..................,....... 153 Parker, John XVilliam .............. 49 Parker, Joyce Yvonne ,....... 221,315 Parker, Martha Ann .... 203,235,254 Parker. Mary Maren .,.. 139,237,251 Parker, Virginia Lee ,,.. 133,215,282 Parks. Fay Elaine .................... 115 Parrish, Elizabeth Morrison 72,215 Parrish. Jeannine ................ 61.207 Parsons, Grant .............. 66,112,131 Parsons, Jack ..........................-. 300 Patania. Angelina Joan .... 191,315 Patchell, S1Hl'l91Y ...............-.,.--, 296 Pateman, Ralph M.. Jr- ...-...----- 173 Patrick, Joan Michael .... 91.198,215, 251.255,256,310 Patterson, Don E. .tt..Y.......... 98.253 Patterson. Grace ...........-.--. 91.233 Patterson, John A. ........ 98,252,253 Patterson, Pat 163,209,311,313,316 Patterson. Roger Stan ,.....-.- ..--, 7 7 Paul, Charlene ..,.......,......t,-----,- 236 Paulhamus, Diana ..... ..... 2 13 Paulos, Nicholas J. ....,............... 115 Pavlovich, Leo Louis ...............- 229 Payvloski. Chester Edward ...,.. 66 Payne, Keith E. ........................ 158 Pearson, Mary .................... 236,316 12 Peebles, Doris Ellen .......... ......t. Peek, Phyllis Ann .....,,, 200,211,258 Pelletier, Marvin .................. 66.246 Pendergast, Clarence C. 61,103,173 Pendergast, Isabell .................... 254 Penn, Robert M. ...... .Y..... 7 7.243 Penn, XVilliam .......... ............... 8 5 Pennell, Jane Fay ............-- 215.235 Pennick. Arlyn .......................... 72 Penrod, F. Robert ...... 167,300,301 Penterman, Lester H. ........ 84,185 Pepper, Joan ................ ...........-.- 1 46 Peres, Frank B. ,......... ........ 2 48,257 Perkins. John D. ...................... 262 Perkins, Skip ..................-... 47,245 Pernell, Patricia Helen ............ 237 291,235,260 Schmitt, Sandra ........................ 235 Perrin, Dayid Lauren ................ 262 Perrin, Georgia .,..,......... ........ 7 2 Perry, Arthur F. ............ ........ 1 88 Perry, Barbara Jean .................. 219 Perry, Charles Thomas .... 249.257 Perry, David .........,.......... 86.244 Perry, Horton Robert, Jr. ........ 61 Perry, Lee R, ,,......,..,.. .............. 1 71 Perry, Roger W. ...................... 244 Pesqueira. Robert Morris ........ 181 Pesses, Alex .......,.......... 66,190,246 Peters, Don Scott .................... 228 Peters, Nancy .........,,........... 91,203 Peters, Perry ................ 51,121,143, 144,176,306 Peterson, Diane Ethel .............. 237 Peterson, Don G. .,,..... 77,245,248 Peterson, Douglas O. ....,... 86,244 Peterson, Ralph A. .................. 300 Peterson, VVilliain John .... 161,320 Petrekis, Eugene .....,,............... 86 Pettit, Richard L. Pettyjohn, Joseph Pistor, Michael H. .,.. 154,166,250 Rose, Virgil Lowell ,,,,.,,.,,,,....91,159 Pfister, Jack ............ ........ 1 87 Phillips, Carol ,......,... ............ 2 13 Phillips. Robert F. .,,,................ 189 Picchioni, Albert ..,.. ........ 2 52,253 Pierson, Joe ......... ............ 6 1 Pietrowski. Alan ...... ............ 6 6 Pietrowski, Patricia .. ....... 66,246 Pine, Bonnie Eileen ..........,..... 216 Pinkerton, Sherry .................... 256 Pitman, Nancy Ellen ................ 213 175 Pitrofsky, Joseph ...................... Pitts. William .,....,.,.,......... 300,319 Platt, Gary Lester ,............. 168,229 Plummer, Cathy ,..... Poehlman, Charles ., Poer. Barbara .,..,. Poer, Gordon ,,,,,. ...........,220 191 ...,,.,.,225 233 STUDENT INDEX-fC0ntinuedQ Polk, Dorothy Carolyn ...,.. 61 ,205. 260,261 Pollock, Diane ......,......,,... 207,238 Pool, Mary Francis .................. 205 Pooler, Richard Keith .............. 177 Porter, Barbara Tripp ,..... 199,202, 237,254 Porter, Doran .................,..,....... 300 Porter, Newell Samuel ............ 168 Porter, Russell James ..., 77,234,340 Porter, Ruth Emily ,.,.......,,,,.,., 236 n , .,............ 215 Reid, Jacqueline ..........,.........,... 237 Reidy, Daniel J. .......... 9,47,67,154, 188,263 Reilly, Nancy Louise ..238,251,263 Reinhard, John William 98,252,253 Reinhart, Anne Louise .............. 235 51 Reis, Robert H. .............. ...... . Reise, David ...........,., ,,..,.. 1 54 Reisner, Roscoe R. ..........,,..,..... 91 Reiter, Leonard ,...,............. ...... 6 7 Reitzel, Rachel Sarah ........ 237,251 Potter, Potter, Potter, Power, Ann .......... ...... Evelyn .... ....... Harold .........,..,..,,,,. VVilliam B. .... ..101 Powers, Joyce Elaine ....... Pratt, Billie Bob ............... Pratt, Phillip Crawford .... Pratt, Suzanne ....,.,... ......... Pretzer, Norman ............... 216,254 ..,72,213 , ....... 262 ,114,251 211,236 215.237 ,....,.,165 .211,257 ...51,181 Remmers, Thomas Ellsworth .,.. 171 91 Remy, Virginia .,.......... Renner, Donald ...,.,,,...,...,.. 181,305 Reppert, Donald A. ....., 77,248,249 Retrurn, Ernest. Jr. .... . Reuter, John H. ........ . Revello, Pete Albert Reyes, M. Hope ......... Reynolds, Claudine ..,,,.. 229 .......316 ......,205 Price, Edwin ...,,.,....... .,,,,... 1 67 Reynolds, John J. .......,..........,... 255 171 Reynolds, Nicholas XV. ........... , Rhodes, Beverly Omer, Jr. 167,246 Price, Esther Anne ,...,.. ........ 2 16 Price, Minnie L. ........ ........... 2 51 Price, Nancy Ann .......,....,.,.,... 213 Prickett, Jane ............,..,..,. 209,237 Priest, Lyman .......................... 233 Princer. Carole Marcia .....,...... 224 Procter, 1Vil1iam H. ,..,,.,..,,. 77,248 Proctor, Norma ............ 98,210,251 Pruner. Orin .............................. 159 Prusha, Lois ...,............ 223,254,258 Puelle, XVm. Knox ...,.,............,. 61 Puente, Gilbert .................. 91,263 .250 Pugh, Janet Joan ..........,..... 122 Pugnea, George .....,.... 229,245,320 Pulliam, Clarence T., Jr. ........ 167 ' ' 66 Pults, Patricia Ann .................... Purcell, Harold .,... ,,,.,.,... 6 6.163 Purdy, Gerald ........ ........... I 303 Purlia, Sam L. ..............,,,,.. 98,253 Pyzel, Frederica Mary .....,....., 219 Rhodes, Raymond L. .... 98,176,253 Rhodes, Thomas T, ...... 61,165,175 Ribble, Eugene George ............ 247 Rice, Janet C. ,............ , Rice, Richard Lee ....... ....,..161,246 Richards. David C. ,,,.,,,.,,., 232,269 166 Richards, John Francis Richardson, J. J. ............,..... 98,253 Richerson, Judith ........ 44,47,72.223 Richey, WV. Arland ...... Richter, Robert H. .............,.,.,,, 324 ' ' 161 Rlese, David ................ Riesgo, Elizabeth ,.,,..,..,.,,.., 223,263 Riggs, Lyle Alton .....,..,,..., 244,246 Riggs, Rita .,,........... 80,123,209,250 91 Riggs. Robert E. ......... . Riley, Beverly Jane ....,. f""fQfQf2o:3 Rothschild, Lowell E. ,... 47,86,184 Rountree, Dalene ...................... 207 Rountree, George ,,,...,..,.,,,,,,,,,,, 294 Rourke, Julia Terea .................. 263 Roush, Howard Patrick .,.,.,,,.,.. 191 Rowe, Ann Carolyn .... 113,130,131, 219,254 Royal, Robert ....,.,. 51,102,189,191, 249,257,258,263 Royden. Thomas ................ 154,173 Rubenstein, Lester S. .....,.,,,,,..,. 249 Ruch, Larry Glenn ,.... ,,.,,..,,, 2 32 Rudi, Harold E. ........ ,,,,. .,.,..., 8 2 Rugg, Robert E. ...,............ 229,336 Ruhlm, Jeanne ,.......,,..,,..,,. ...,,,, 2 38 Ruhmer, Lavonne Ann ............ 213 Rukkila, Reino A. .....,,,....,..,,,,,,. 77 Runmey, Russell Edwin .... 51,171, 300,302 Rundell, Daniel Joseph 88,256,280 Rundell, Paul .............,.............. 102 Russell, Bobbie M. ..,,.,,. 72,207,235 Russell, VVilliam F, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 77,248 Rutherford, Nonna Jean .... 61,203 Ruterman, Ernie R. 77,167,248,249 Rutledge, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 181 Rutowski, Phillip T. .,........ 179,275 Ryals, Mary Ann ,,,,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,,, 209 Ryan, Howard Robert ........ 10,179, 248,304 Ryan, Patricia .,51,106,138,139,209 Rykken. XValter Richard .... 67,159 Ryling, Roy VVilber .................. 92 .. S - Saba, Don .........,,, ,,,,,,, 2 55 Sabala, Virginia ........ Sagarino, Frank J. ...... . Sakrison, David John ........ 161,300 Saldamando, Richard ,,,.,....,,,,,,, 143 .......316 ..........244 -.QL Riley. Carrol James .,., .,,,,,, 2 28 Riley, Robert Dean ................,,,, 228 Rimm, Michael ................,,,,,,,,,, 67 Ringle, XVilliam Frank ....,......... 177 Rinkenberger, Malcolm Jack .... 167 Salmon, Diane Lorraine .... 221,235 Salonites, Stephen M. ,,,.,.,,..,,,. 165 Salver, Thomas P. ....,,..,.,.., 51,167 Quiggins, Frances ...,..,...,.,....... 238 Quigley, Don VV. ............ 47.67.242 Quigley, James ..,..... 40,49,154,188 Quillarmo, Medrano .,..,........... 247 Quinn, Clifton Pegues ............,. 263 Quinn, John Claylon .....,........ 173 Quinn, Robert L. ,,.,,,..,,.,,.., 229.252 Quiroz, Albert ............ ........... 9 8 -RL Rabenhorst, Arthur Rabinoxvitz, Dayid Race, Joanne ............... L. .........51,190 .......116,254 Radcliffe. Dallas L., Jr. .,.......... 249 Rae, Nancy Ellen Rahm, Arthur H. ..,............. 83,177 Raisch, Virginia L. .......223,225 Risher, Gordon ,.,..., Risher, Robbins .......... 229,296,320 Ritter, Gail E. .............. 92,211,258 Roach, Patsy Ann .......,.,,...., 67.205 Roalstad. David A. ...... .,,,,,.,., 1 87 Robbins, James A. .......,,. ,,.,,,, 5 8 Robbins, Joe S ........................... 67 Roberts, Eleanor Parke ............ 215 Roberts, Kent C. .........,,..,,,,,,,.,,, 67 Roberts, 1Valt ........ 83,125,157,251 Robertson, Howard , ................. 173 Robertson, Martha ...........,., 92,211 Robinson, C. Robert .... 181,248,256 Robinson, Jacqueline ..133,209,315 Ramos, M. Juan Cesar .....,...... 247 Ramsdell, Virginia H. 191,236,257 Ramsey, John T. .,..................., 156 Rand, Nancy ...................... 238,310 Randall. Edgar Robert ..,...,,,.., 262 Randolph, George F. .,..,.,... 85,245 Ratcliffe, Robert Lambert ........ 253 Raticoff, Gerald D. ...... 67.154,190. 246,262 Raver, Janet Lou .....,.,.,,,..,..,... , 51 Rawhouser, Joan Claire ..43,51,310 Ray. Beverly Virginia Ray. Elmer F. ........... . Read, James O. ........, . Read, Richard H. ..... . Reagh, Dorothy E. Reckart, Donald J. ' 234,287,293 Redfield, John M. .... . Reed, Lawrence J. ..... . Redd, Hadie ..........,.... 177,245,248 263 ..53,213,238 ,,98.176,253 .........49,165 Reed, XVillard .,..,.............,......... 77 Reeder, Ann L ouise .......... 51,235 Rees, Janet S. ........ 49,151,203.254, 309,310,316 Rees, Paul G. ............................ 67 Reeve, Peggy ........ 138,219,251,263 Reeves, Margaret ........,........,.... 215 Regester, Charles L. .......... 171,258 Robinson, Joan L. ..61,116,236,257 Robinson, Sam-Henri Bee ..,... 233 Robinson, Bill Arwin ................ 248 Robles, Alfonso ..................,..,.. 77 Robles, Robert B. ..... .,,,,..... 2 29 Robson, Jon Ray ...... ....,.. 1 71,282 Rocha, Banjamin ...,........,,...,,.., 229 Rochin, Rosa Laura Rockfellow, Julie Alice .....,.235.263 .......,.,,.216 Rodgers, Ronald YVillia1n ..,.,,.. 233 Roediger, Robert G. .......,,,,,,.,. 304 175 Roen, John B. ........................... . Rogers, Gail YV. ............ 77,239,248 Rogers, Keith F. .... ....,.,.,.,,.,... 6 7 Rogers. Marcia ..,....,,,,,,,.,.,..,..... 72 Rogers, Rachael ........................ 246 Rogers, 1Valdo I. .... 77,245,248,256 Rogers, XVilliam L. .................... 149 Rohrer, Judy Marie .................. 138 Rohvver, Fred Howard ............230 Rollins, Morris H. .,.............. 67,232 Romero, Maria Christina ,.... ..... 2 47 Romlcy, Helen M. Rose, Beniamln F. .....,.......,...... 176 Rosenberg, John H. ......77,239,248 Rosenfelder, Sue ....... ............,.. 2 37 184 Rosenthal, Robert I Rosequist. Ixay Lois .................. 250 Ross, Lowell N. ..........,. 67,183,247 Roth, Jacqueline ...............,........ 43 Rothschild, Jennie 396 - Samuel, Mary Lou , .,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 225 Samuelson, Rae Lois ........ 235,263 Sancet, Sally Ethel ........ 42,52,219, 315,316 Sanders, Ben Joseph .......... 98,251 Sanders. Burt B. ...,,,...,,,,,,,,.,,,,.. 92 Sanders, Douglas R. ................ 249 Sandoval, Rigoberto ................ 257 Sandstrom, J. Robert .... 51,247,306 Sanford, Joanne ...,....,..,..,.,, 61,238 Sanner, Harold Lynn .......... 67,256 Santa Anna, Letitia ..... .......... 2 36 Sapp, Elmon, Jr. ....................,,.. 232 Saracoglu, A. Y. .............,...,.,.. 257 Sarbey. Martha ...........,,,,,..,, 10,225 Sargent, Beverly Clark ..47,61,242 Savan, Rena Sally .................... 235 Savino, Mary .........................,,, 246 Savoy, John ............... ........ 8 6,228 Sayers, Robert NV. .,..,.. .,..,..... 1 79 Schaaf, Joan Carolyn ................ 238 Schachner, Julian ...................... 49 Schaffer, Scott P. ...................... 167 Scharbau, Ann .............. 43,219,310 Scheinman, Ronny .....,,,,,,... 40,190 Schell, Jane ,..........,.......,,,,. 145,219 Schildmeyer, Fred ..............,..... 300 Schmidt, Edwin Victor 67,154,185 Schmieder, Jean ................ 144,205 Schneider, Dorothy Adair ........ 219 Schneider, Marilyn J. 172,223,246 Schneider, Steve .............,.,,..... 173 Schober, XVilliam ...........,,,,.,,.,,. 187 Scholey, George Arthur ..., 245,249, 255,256 Schrader, Joan B. .................,.. 254 Schrader, Susannah .................. 237 Schramm, Dick E. ........ 77,245,248 Schroeder, Thomas G. ............ 280 Schryver. Thomas C. ................ 185 Schuff, Dave ,.......,..,... .,........ 2 85 Schuh, Fred .......,.,,,..,......,,....... 281 Schuller, Brice W. ,..,......,.., 80,183 Schulze, Beth ..,.,... 67,219,246,254 Schultz, George VV. ,.......,... 121,177 .. I Schultz, Jonathan ...,.. ..... .... 1 1 8 258 Schuttler, Barry ........................ Schwake, YVilliam H. ................ 166 Schwartz, Roland J. ...... 95,245,249 Schwerin, Helen Jane ........ 205,238 Scott, Charlyn ....,.,....,........ 216,310 Scott, Douglas E. ....... ,.,...,..... 7 2 Scott, Richard ...,.,...................... 229 Scott, Vernon Robert .... 77,233,248 Scott Virginia E. ......A......... 61 215 Scruggs, Donald Emest ,... 2341321 67 Scully, Edmund ................. . Seah, Cheng Suan ...,............ 92,257 Sears, Frederick R. ...........,...... 228 Sechrist. Carl S. .................. 51,156 Segal, Claire Arlene ..,. 138,224,262 Segall, Lorraine ...,.....,.......,,.,.,. 247 Segulja, Pete ..,...,......,,.,....... 49,157 Seiler, Keith James ....,..,,..,..,,,. 230 Seiywvright, Ralph ................ 86,245 Selesnick, Arthur I. ,......,,......... 98 Seller. Rosalyn ......................,.,. Senkowska, Anielae 235 61 Senne, Laurie Lucille ..116,236,262 Senner, George, Jr. ............ 86,244 Serbin, Arnold .............. 97,138,252 Serbin, Bernard .................. 96.252 Serkis, Sylvain Yousif ......., 61,257 Sewell, Phyllis M. ...............,,..... 235 Shafer, Sara L. ...,,,.........,.... 216,310 Shafer, Susan Jane ....,.,..,......,... 216 Shafton, Robert M. Shannon, Stanton ......,., 37,40.47.92. 134,190,242 61,254,257 Shapiro, Bernice ......,............... 236 Sharpe, Patricia A. ..,,...,.,.... 92,219 Shattuck, Ann XVilden .........,.... 221 Shaver. Fred llilliani .r....,.,,,.., 231 Shaw, B. Diane ..,.,..,....,,,,,, 312,316 Shaw, Frank S. ...,.....,........ 154,165 Shaw, Jeanette .... .,,,.,,..........,. 2 05 Shaw, Joanne A. .,........ 10.138,201, 205,251,315 Shaw, Martin ....,,....,..,......., 72,184 ,316 Sheaffer, Dorothy Jean .,.... 312 Sheehan, Pat ....,.,,.,..,... 205,309,316 Sheen, Jack Davis .......,.....r 86,244 Shein, Robert Paul ...,.,...,,,,, 67.190 S TU DE N T IN DE X- fC0ntinuea0 61 Sinclaire, VVilliam ..... ..... Patricia Frances ..,......... 205 Siurseth, Bruce Dale ....,..,..,.,... 183 Skafgard, Barbara ...,...,,...., 236 Sinks, .247 Sklar, Sam ................. ......... 2 58 Skorpick. Joan .......,.,,... ,......., 2 21 Slenker, Richard D. .....,.....,,..... 167 Small. Smart, Smart. Smith, Smith. Smith, Smith. Smith. Smith, Smith. Smith. Smith, Smith. Smith, Smith. Smith. Smith. Slye, James Leonard ..........,..... 187 VVebster .,...,,..... 171,285,305 Dewey .,,.....,,.....,....,..... 306 Robert L. ........,.......,..,,. 179 Barbara Ann ,...,....... 92,216 Carol Mae .........,.......... 238 Carolyn Ann .....,....,,.,.... 235 -..-. .n Charles Roger .... 1 1.160.234 Cleo ,,............,..,,...,,.. 72,238 Craig A. .,,,,... ,...... 8 3,165 C .J. ......... ..,,... 8 3,187 Dixie ...,....,....,..,,.,.... 61,169 Don ,,......,..,...... 251,300,302 Harry ,...,.,,.........,.,,,...... 252 ,249 Howlett Peter ,.,..... 115,125 Jack ,,.......... 77,245,248 Jane Ellen ....,.. ,....,,.. 1 15 Jeannette . .... . ........... . ,223 221 Smith, Joan Mary .... ,,....... 2 13 Smith. John O'Hara .,..,.,,,..,...... 173 Smith, John Peter ...,..,.......,.,...., 80 Smith. Lamartine tMartyJ 133,254 Smith, Maryanna ........ 72,115,205. 254,263 Smith, Nadine .................... 209.311 Smith, Reginald .... 67,182,2-16,247 Smith, Sharon ,..,....,,.,.,,.,.,......, 216 Smith. Stanley ...,.,...,.......,..,,,... 173 Smith. Theresa A. ,.,...........,. 92,221 Smitheran, VVil1iam ...... 49,167,232 Snider, Charles Stewart .,,,...,.... 161 Snider, Mary Jane ,.........,.,...,... 115 Snook, Shirley Jane .,,.,.,,,,,. 72,203 Snyder, Charla Lu .................,.. 211 Snyder, June ...............,,,.,..,,,.., 315 Snyder. Leonard M, .... 165,249,256 Snyder, Pat ..................,....... 139,238 Snyder. XVil1iani D. ,,.....,,,..,.,... 167 Sobel, Sonenblick, Jerry ..,, 70 Marion ,.......,.... .,.,.,.,. - Shellenberger, Mary Lynn ..42,46, 47,68.72,106,134.219. 242,309,316,334 Shelly, Jacqueline .,........ 51,537,221 Shelton, John E. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 340 Shepherd, R. E. ..,...,........... 95,249 Shevick, M1u'ray P. ,........,.. 92,190 Shields, Clyde E. ...... . .........187 Shiell, John Allen ..... ...,........ 2 28 Shiffman, Gary ...... .,..,.,, 1 79,278 Shiffman, Nancy ,,.....,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 235 Shilling, Meliin ....,.........,,,,....., 157 Shillingburg. C. Gordon, Jr, ,,,. 83 Shinnick, Cordelia ....,..,.,,......... 209 Shipp, John H. ........., 187,232,300 301,319 Shirey, Sam ....,...... ,,.,,,,...,,,,,, 2 60 Shirley, Joseph F. .,... . Shoemaker, Bill R. ..,.77,248 Shoemaker, Tom R. .,,..,..,,,,,,,,,, 285 181 Shore. Sidney Thomas Short, Arthur Norman --i1iiiii:ii18:3 Shufflebarger, Patsy .....,,.., 72,203 Shuford, Mary Ann ...,.. .......,, 2 60 Shuh. Fred ,,...,............ ......... 2 81 Shupe, Reta M. .............,,...., 92,215 Sichel, Thomas Ernest .......,.,,,,, 67 Sidel, Philip S. ..........,. 165,246,263 Sides, Diane ...,....,.............,. 72,203 Siegle, Dorothy Joan .......... 72,211 Silas, Sherrill Dean ...,...,,.,, 232,271 Silberschlag, Ralph E. ......,.......173 Sillik, William L, ....................., 321 Silver, Bertram S. .,...... 51,184,324 Simley, Ann ............,... 144,211,254 Simmers, Cha.rles K., Jr. ........,.,. 121 Simmons, Carolyn Ann ............ 221 Simmons, Paul C. ..............,...,. 161 Simpson, Albert F. ...... 51,143,165 Simpson, Jean ..........,,.,..,..,...... 254 Sinclair, Aldine Virginia ,.138,144, 219,251 Sinclaire, Mary Carroll ...... 72,215 .........190 Soto, Alberto ,.......,...... .,,.. 6 1 Southworth, Thomas .... ....,,,,. 1 73 Soyne. Marlys Jean ..,.. 236 Spaid, Sally Lou ,...... ..... 2 19 Sparkman, lVilliam .,.... . .....,.. 161 Spaulding, Ann ...,.,.,..,,....,.., 72,263 Specht. Pete J. .,..,.........,.........,, 163 Speckmaier, Norman J. ........,... 167 Spcrling, Melvin ....,.,.,.,......,,.,, 253 Spies, lVilliam Eugene ...... 92,121, 123,250 Spiers, Evelyn L. ....,,,,,.....,.....,. 219 Spitzer, Murray ....,....,.,.........,.... 72 Sporer, Anne .... 51,59,125,219,263 Spray, Stanley Dean .,.........,.... 234 Springer, Sara M. ..,.....,.,.,. 215,316 Sprott, Robert D. ..,,, ..,......,.. 1 65 Squire, Don R, ....... ..,.,.. 7 7,176 Srigley, Beryl S. ..... .,..,... 2 36,257 Stagner, Louise . .........,..... 43,44 Stagner, Mary ,.......,... 41,43,51,138 Stahl, Melvin .,..,,,,....,.,...,,....,.,, 171 Stallcup, Karin ,.....,.,......,.....,.... 225 Stanek, Robert B. ..,.....,. .,..,..,. 2 53 Stanik, F. M. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 92 Stamsh, Tom G. ...,..,....,..,... 92,185 Stanton. Alan Jaynes 134,230 .270. 271.274,275,276,291 Staples, Marietta ....,....,.,,,..,,,,,, 203 Stark, Dale V. .......... ......... 6 7 Stark, Eunice F: ..,... ....,...,....,. 2 38 Starkey, James ..............,.......,.., 296 Starr, John E. ,......,,....,....,,,.,,,,,, 229 Stebbings, Anne ........ 211,238 Steele, Caroyln 51,138,219,246 Steele, Luther M. ......,.,,,.. , 229 ,246 ,310 ,320 Stein, Donald Eugene .............. 163 Steinheimer, Diane Stellar, Frank .....,...,.,.......,....,.., 282 Stellar, James H. .....,................ 173 Stephan, Maurice C. .... 77,239,248 Stephens, Ray A. ...,........,..,...... 72 Stephenson, Anna Lorraine .... 205 Stephenson, E. Lloyd ............,. 229 Steninger, Lou Ella ...... ........ 2 03 Stern, Joan ................. Stern, Robert M. .,.... . 262 ....,,.....,179 Sterntield, Joan Lee .,........ 237,262 Stetson, Frank .....................,.,.. 115 Steven, Kathleen .......,.............. 213 Stevens. James .............. 95,177,249 Stevens, Joan R. ..,....... 72,216,316 Stevens, Mary Frances ...,.....,.. 213 Stevens, Robert Conway ........., 179 Stevenson, Betty L. ,.,..... .,........ 2 47 Stevenson, Daniel ....,.....,......... 231 Steward, George ,.........,....,.. 84,245 Steward, Robert Richard ........ 245 Stewart, John ..,...,........,............ 84 Stille, John ,,,.,.......,,,..... 92,161,252 Stiller, Frank Alex ,....,.............. 306 Stillman, Sally ,,,.,,, ..,...,,.,...,. 2 58 Stimac, Ralph ........,.............,...,. 67 Stine, Donna .....,...........,.... 115,121 Stivers, George ,,.....,,...,.....,,,,,... 171 Stockwell, Eleanor Ann ..,.,....... 169 Stokes, Kay .,..,,...,,,,,,.,,,..,,, 138,237 Stong, Frederick ..,...........,....... 229 Storch, Kurt ..,........... 10,42,48,171, 271,272,278 Stover, Janet H. .... 123,209,250,315 Stowell, Jean Ranney ..,..... 252.260 Strassburger, Marjorie Ann 73,209 Strassburger, YVilliam N, ........ 179 Stratton, Aron ...,..........,..,.....,..,. 205 Stratton, Lee Nathon .,,.,.., ,,., Stratton, Marilyn Ruth ...,.,...,.. 146 . , . 1-6 ,223 Stringer, Richard ,.,,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, i Strittmatter, Dolores Ann ..251.252 Strittmatter, Robert ,,...,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Strother, Robert Mott as Stuart, Joan Elizabeth ,,..,,,,,,,... 238 Stubbs, R. C. ,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,, . Stuhrberg, Caryl Ann Stunz, Catherine tKayl 47.85.245 .........,..,.205 67,138,219 Sturges, Ben .....................,,....... 183 Sturges, Glen ....,......,.... ,...,.,. 6 7 Sturges, Laurie .............,.., ..,.. 2 05 Stute, Irene Xlinifred .....,. .,,., 7 2 Stutterheim, Hetty ,.,..... .....,... 2 21 Suarez, Mario R. ..,.... ............ 9 2 Suchow. Philip ......,..,., .,... 2 44,246 Sullivan, Edmund .............,..,..... 92 Sullivan, John .,,,..,,.,,,...,,...,.,,,.,, 143 Sullivan, Patricia .......... 43,198,211 Sullivan, Mike Pat ..,,,,.............. 179 Summers, Amo Lee , .,......... 215,261 Summers, Sanford .,.. Sundt, Xlilson ......,. 40,173,246 ,304 Sutton, James Bishop ..,,,..,,,.... 296 Swaini, Carol Joan .,....,...,,,. 73,169 Swaney, Audrey .,,...,....,,... 143,209 Swanick, John Y. ..,.... 67,246 Swanson, Niles ...,.......,,..... 138,173 Swartz, Mary E. ..,.,,,.....,,..,.,,,,,, 211 Sweeney, Harold Earl ,.....,,..,... 77 Sweeney. John ...,..,......, ,,.., 9 2 Sweet, Emelyn .,......... ..... 2 36 Switzer, Leo ..... ...,. 2 47 Sykes. Joseph ...,.... 167 Szexvezak, Theresa ..... ,.,.. 2 35 L T K Tait. Roy Magnus, Jr. .,,........... 173 Takvam, Anne ...,................,.,... 225 Takvam, Norman Anderson .... 233 Tang, George C. ...................... 253 Tanita. Minoru .,............ 98,252,253 Tanner, Arthur Raymond ..,.,,.. 167 Taplin, George .,....,,,............... 306 Tart, Carlie B, .......................... 123 Taylor, Arthur M. ,.,.,,.....,...,,... 257 Taylor, Bob E. .,..,....,.,,,,.,... 61,244 Taylor, Keith Dwight .,51,154,183 Taylor, Omer James ................ 187 Taylor, Richard Buster ...,..,,..,,.. 252 Taylor, Taleae ..........,... ........ 2 36 Taylor, Thomas Z. ..... ...,.... 1 79 Taylor, Virginia R. ,.,.. ........ 7 3 Taylor, XVanda Fay ........ 225 Teeter, Stanley ........... ......,. 1 73 Tellez, Templeton, Harry, Jr. Templeton, James XV. - 397 Angel H. ............ ....... . 73 165 Tencer, Jane M. .......,..,,.,...,..,,., 260 Terman. Earl ,............. 138,184,246 Terry, Anthony D. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 85 Thayer, Jerry ,..,.,,,,,...,.,,.,,. ,..,,,, 1 59 Therriault, Eva Anna ................ 263 Thoeny, Bruce C. ...,..,....,.,,. 67,173 Thomas, Charles Meehan ........ 179 Thomas, D. Jean .... 61.113,128,129 Thomas, Dudley David ,,,,,....... 181 Thomas, Harold Meyers ............ 228 Thomas, James ........,..,,,,....,,,,,,, 262 Thomas, Joan XVie-and 173,205,255 Thomas, Patricia ................,,.,.,,. 211 Thomas, Richard Dreher .......... 121 Thomas, Richard Henry .... 244,256 Thomas, Robert Garrett , ,,,, ,,.,.., 2 63 Thompson. Annalyn F, ...... 73,211, 244,251 Thompson, Caroline E. 221,237,316 Thompson, Darrow M. ,.,,,,,,,,,, 84 Thompson, Georgia Mae .....,.. 236 137, Thompson, Jody ..67,112,133, 138,147,219,242,250,:334 Thompson, John NV. ,......... 98,253 Joseph E...161,305,319 ,248 306 233 Thompson, Thompson, Martha Ellyn .....,.. 205 Thomte, Peter H. C. ,,..,.. 77 Thornburg, Jerry .,,,,,. ,,,,,,,, Thronson, H. E. ...,,,, ,,,,.,,.,., , Tidmarsh, Peter .,,,.,,.,,.,,,.,,, 85 ,175 Tidwell, James M. ....,,..,.,,,,., 92,171 ..........211 Tirrell, John Alden ..........,, 233,251 Tiemroth, Karen Shirley Tolcs, Shirley Anne .,........,. 225,315 Tolliver. Eleanor ............,,,,...... 236 Tollzein, -Margaret Lenore .....,.. 237 Tolson, Kay ......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Tomlinson, Allen R. ........... . 215,236 98,253 Tonz, John J. .........,,.,,,. 230,270,324 Tooley, Bettie Rose ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 116 Torres, Rosita ....,,,. 73,223,251,263 Tout, James E. ,... ...,...... 6 1,254 Towles, Robert J. ,.,. ,,,..,.,,,,,.,, 7 7 Towne, Margaret ,...........,..,.,,.., 215 Towne, Richard S, ........ 92,154,176 Towns end, Mary Ellen ...,80,213. 235 Tozer, Jane .......,.. l39,191,237,254, 258,310,316 Tracy, Betty XV. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 223 1l'L11'lCdI1tl, Al J. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 15-1,185 Jr. 51.185 Trammell, Joel H, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 248 Trask, Shirley Henning .......,,., Trainor. Robert Joseph. .211 'lravt-r, Dolores ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 2 21 Treat, Lael Marie Muehlebach 73,205 Treat, Robert B. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 85 Trebolo, Stanley ...,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,, 252 Treganowan, David T. M 140,250 Tremblay. Alice ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 256 Trittipo, Harvey XV. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 185 Troeger, Mary Jo ...,..., 211,251,252 Trohan, Carol .....,.......... 41,49,1:36, 141, Tronchetti, Virginia Trossman, Herbert David . Troth, Marilyn ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Troutman, Robert .,,..,.,,,, True, Robert H. .,,,,...,. 51, Tucker, Dan ....,,,.,..,.,,.,, Tucker. LeRoy Sterling Tuberville, Derwin D. ., Turek, S. ...........,....,.,,.,, , Turk, Roger ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Turner, Beverly ,,,,,,,,,,,, Turnbull. Cathryn Jean Turner, Tussey. John Logan ...... Gene ...,.,,..,,,,,,,, 21157 221,250 .,.,,.,215 .......184 .,..,.,213 81 154.176 .254 .254 ,,.........249 -rn 229 228 262 ....i-9,219 ....189,262 ...,.......296 ...05 ,161, 57 300,302 233 151,181 Tuttle, Carolyn Jean ........,,,.... Tuttle, XVayne H. ..,..,..,,,, 51 Tyerberg, John C. ..........,, 156, L U .. Ullman, NVi1liam ................ Ullom, Burle , ..,,.,..,,,,,,, 179 Uirea, Irma Amelia .... 225 Utke, Ronald Dean ,232,279 ,247,257 , ......,... 159 ,V- Valentin. Antonia ......, Vallandingham, Jean . Van Benschoten, Peter 237 237 ........67,17l STUDENT INDEX-fC0ncludeclQ XV alter, Robert ...,..,.... ...77,248,249 XValter, Barbara Jo .,...,.,...,...... 238 XV alters, C. ......,....... . VValtuch, Jack .......... XVaples, Robert 1Varbasse, Jim ....., Vance, Ben ............,.,..,.,,.,......... 143 Vance, Ralph D. ...,.................... 140 Van Frank, Richard ,.,..........,.... 179 Van Gilder, Dorothy ,,,,.... 138,216 Van Leuven, Robert ....,....... 67,232 Van Riper, Anthony .... 92,249,251 Van Sant, Katherine 41,139,205,262 Vasquez, Frank Vasquez, Raoul ...,,..,..........247,257 .........61,2S0 Vassar, Charles Vaughn. Janyth ..... ,......235,254 ......146,184 ..........146 ,......175 1Va.rd, Alfonso ...... ..,....... 2 62 NVa.rd, Anderson ....... .............. 8 6 YVard, Byron ........................ 98,253 NVard, Olga .......................,........ 260 WVard, Douglas .... 10,36.38,47,73, l07,171,191,242,277,341 1Vard, Earl .........,...................... 85 1Vard, Jeanne ..,.......,..... 53,221,237 1Vardecker, Arthur ,......,.,. .175,254 XYarneke, John ........, Vaughn, Lois .... ........... 2 03 Veazey, Robert ...... ........... 2 34 Verbica, Robert ...... .......,. 7 3,181 Verbick, Dick .......,.,.. ,...... 2 30,321 Verch, Otto ..................,..... 166,189 Verheyen, Alicia ..................,... 221 Vermilyea, Richard ....... ....... 2 33 Vest, Mary Frances .,,.,,. Vibert, Mzuy Jo .......,., .......205 .,,....115 Warner, Albert ........, ....... 2 49 VVarner, Esther Joy .... .......... 2 46 XVa.rner, Fred ,......, ......,., 7 7,248 XVarner Grant ..... ..... 7 7,229 YVarner James ......... ....... 1 81 YVaJnock. Robert ..... .,......,,,... 2 34 YVarns, Robert ..,... .....,..,.,....,. 2 28 XVarren, Faith ............................ 209 1Va.rren, Janet ,,.,,....,.... 92,115,143 Voss, Edmund ,...,. ,..................... 1 73 Vickner, Rolf ....,...... . .......... 234 Victor, Barbara ..........,......... 43,221 Victoria, Kay ..,......................... 205 Vogelheim, Richard James ,..,., 263 Von Schoeler. Joanne ................ 211 V osskuhler, Elizabeth ...,.... 205,247, 250,260,263 Vujo, Boris .............,.......,.....,,... 228 Vukovich, Louis ........................ 247 -W- NVashburn, Robert .,..,.,......, 51 XVashington, Richard ,213 159 Waddell. Georgye .................... one -.40 XVaddell. Seid .........,.... 86,187,244 1Vaddoups, Clifford ................ 179 XVade, John ............................... VVade. Lena L. ......,. . .228 Wade, Yvonne ......,.........,,.. 215,282 Wadlington, Robert .... 177,179,248 VVadsworth, Bette .............. 51,211 Waesch, Herbert .,....,. XVagner, Louise . ....... . 173,185,262 73,202,203 XVashington. VVeldon ..,....... 73,244 YVasserman, Jean ,.,,.......,.......... 244 1Vaterbury, Frances .................. 213 YVaters, Herbert ...,.........,.. 77,248 NVatson, Courtland ....,,.,,... 189,248 VVatson, Donald ...................,.... 51 1VatSOn Harold .... 49.245.248,249. 306,319,321 1Vatson, Jack ..,.... .,..,..,............ 2 96 XVatson Larae ,,............,,.,., 207,235 YVatson, Morris .........,.. 83,178,179 VVatt. Malcolm .,.......,,... 80,137,179 NVawak, Audrey ....,................... 238 YVay, Donald Andrew ..........,,.. 187 XVeast, Robert ......,.,...,....... 80,251 XVC-bb, Dale ........,. 98,229,252,253 YVebber, Charlotte ,.,........... 92,211 VVeber, Patricia .................... 73,203 VVebster, Arthur .......,......., 300," VVeech, N. Janis ..,.,. 61,69,169, 258,3 1 0,316 VVaitman, Stanley .....,,...,...,....,.. 187 Wake, Arnold ....................,,...... 121 Walker Walker, Walker, Walker Walker? Walker Wakefield, Ella 1X Waldbiuger, E. R. Dennis ...... 77,229,248,257 Eugene James .. Johnny Thomas VVil1ian1 Wall, Katherine Wallace. Patricia YVallace. Robert 1fVallace, 1Vayne XVallach, Stirley . VVallendorf, Don QfiEj5QiLiliQ566. 'I ae ,,,,,,..,..,.,.. 205 1. ........., 67,159 ...........244 .,............260 ..,.,..234,253 ,238 .......l16,207 232 95 235 ..........179,234,279 .901 254 YVeeks. Carol .............. 121,122,250 ' 86 Weeks, Earl ............,....,......,....,.. 1Veiler, Carl ......,.,..,.,.. 181,232,270 YVeinisc-hke, Robert .................. 181 1Veinstein, Bernard ........,.., 229,245 YVeintstein, Phyllis ..,,, ,....,.... 1 44 YVells. Charles .................,.. 67,229 XVells, Donna Lee YVells, Jeanne ....... 73 .,...........23S,247 XVerbelow, Judson ...,...,., 10,47,92, 1Verbrick, Martha .. 184,242,303 XVerling, Joan Marie ..,...,.,..,,.., 237 1Verstler, John ..,,.... XVesch, Phyllis ....... XVessels, Dona Mary XVest, Barbara Jean VVest, Glen Mark .... .,........294 .............61,213 .......205 73 VVest, Irene Elizabeth ........ 73,225 1Vest, Thomas H. ..,.........,......... 252 VVestmoreland, Mary Jane ...... 209 1Vestover, Harry .................. 49,183 NVestover, John .................... 86,245 Walen, Robert ...... ............. 9 2 VVharton, Jerry ..... ........ 9 2,177 XVheat, James ......., .......... 4 9 XVheat, Joe Ben ........ ......, 8 2 XVheeler, Caroline ....... .......... 2 38 XVheeler, Claude ....... ...... 1 81,296 NVhistler, Gordon ...... .......... 1 61 XVhite, Henry ........ ............, 2 30 XVhite, Howard ......... ........ 6 7 247 XVhite, Lyla Ann ..,,,... .......... 2 05 1Vhite, Mabel ........ .,....,,.. 2 60 NVhite, Paul .......... .......,..,,, 7 3 VVhite, Ronald ....... ...... 2 48,249 VVhite, Susan ........ .......... 2 19 NVhite, VValter ......... ........... 1 15,263 1Vhitehi1l, Charles ................ 67,184 YVhiting, Herman ...................... 61 1Vhit1nan, Maxey ........,.......,,.... 151 NVhitson, Robert .... 77,245,248,249 Whitson, VVilliam ,..................... 231 XVickersham, Janet ......,..,.,....., 213 VVic-kham, Gerald ..... ........ 7 3,167 XVidener, Vaughn .,............ 248,249 XVieland, Kay ........................,,.. 159 XVielgus, Jack ............................ 230 XViener, Arthur ...... 37.40,80,121, 122,242,256 VVightman, Kenneth ................ 167 1Vildish, Robert .,,..................... 247 1Vilkins, Julis ...,.. ..,...., ....... 2 1 3 XVilkinson, Arthur ...,.. ,........, 1 61 NVillehens, Rene ....... ........ 6 7,177 NVilliam, Norman .....,.,.............. 257 VVilliams, Elizabeth ............ 73,219 Williams Gerald ...... .......,.. 1 59 VVilliams John ...,...... ....... 1 15 1Villiams Madeline .................. 83 XVilliams, Marilyn ...,.,.....,.......... 205 VVilliams, Marjorie .,.... 236,260,263 Williams, Opal ........................., 246 YVilliams Ray ................,......... 231 VVillins, Donald ..........,....... 67,156 VVillis, Byron ............................ 168 1Villis, Cecil ............ 47,61,l68,244 YVilljs, James ....,........... 61,244,254 XVillis, Patricia ...... 21l,235,312,316 VVilsey, Carter ........................,, 168 NVilson Franklin .................. 98,253 YVilson Harold ............ 77,245,248 Wilson, Constance ..r......... 225,263 XVilson, Marilyn ,.,.,,...............,., 221 XVilson, Martha ...... 49,196,197,209 XVilson, Max ........................ 67,183 VVilson Patricia ............ 61,236,263 XVilson Robert B. ....,............... 187 VVilson Robert D. .... ......,..,,.. 6 1 1Vilson Sally ...................... 138,221 VVilson, Stanford P. ...............,.. 163 XVimberly, Mary Jo ..........,, 51,216 XVimer, Sarah .................... 223,258 398 - VVing, Catherine .....,.. ......... 2 16 VVinikus, Marilyn .......... ......... 2 36 Winkler, Ann Louise .............. 205 WVinski, Valerie .........,...,.......... 224 Wire, Doris A. .................. 215,309 Wise, Frances .................. , ..201,213 VViseman, Ardith ................ 92,263 VVishek, Paula ...... 144,145,200,213 VVit1neyer, Donald ............ 83,177 Wittman, George ...................... 171 XVofford, VValter ........ 154,164,165 Wolfe, Whitney .......,.,,...,....,,.,. 167 Wolff, Gloria .,..,.... ..,,.,..,...,... 2 62 1Volin, Marvin ....... ............. 2 62 Wollan, Roy ..,...,.,,.,, ,,,.,,,, 6 7,187 YVolters, Donald .,..,,. ,.,.,... 5 1 ,185 ' ' 225 VVong, Lillian .,....... .,...,,., VVong, Rosalie ....... ............. 3 16 XVoo, Helen ......... ,,,.,.... 2 36,246 VVood, Bruce ..... ......... 3 8,119,187 VVood, Helen ...................... 73,225 Wood, Janet ...................... 115,207 XVood. Loren ........ 77,163,248,249 VVood, Naomi .,.................... 73,225 XVood Thomas ....................,..... 159 Wfoodg, E. Joan ........ VVoodward, Robert ....... .........263 61 VVoody, John ............................ 229 XVorthington, XVilliam ........ 163,173 VVright, Carl .............................. 77 W'right. Harris .......... ......... 9 2 Wright, Jack ........ ...... 6 7 VVright, Larry ...... ......... 6 7 1Vright, Mona ....... ......... 2 11 VVright, Patricia ..... ......... 2 13 W'right, 1Valter ,...,.. ..,...... 2 48 NVulftange, John ...,.... ....,,.,. 8 3 VVynkoop, Gail .........,... LY- .........238 Yard, George ............ 47,92,180,181 Yates, Rene ......,................. 257,312 Yates, Roy ................................ 257 Yeager, Richard ..... Yokem, Glenn ......, .........255 67 Yossa, Robert ............................ 92 Young, James VV. ...................... 67 Young. Robert ........ 8-1,124,125,245 Yrun, Oscar O. .....,..,..,,...,,..,,,.,, 98 Yuhr, Daniel ..........,.,.... ...,., 9 2 - Z - Zachry, VVil1iam A. 77,245,248,249 Zamar, Herbert ........................ 229 Zangl, Thomas ....,.,,,,.,,....,....,,.. 163 Zarbin, Earl A. ....,,. .....,... 2 33 Zarins, Zigrida ....... ............ 2 57 Zauala, Ramona ..,.. ................ 2 47 Zeller, Norma ........ ......... 1 56,249 Zender. Zimmerman, Anne Philip R. ....,,,,....,.,, 159,322 Zimmerman, Eldon .................. 246 Zinn, Mary Kate ......,... 121,250,315 ZlIlOVV1Cl1, F rd ...,,,.,,................. 92 7a - STl'lJE.YTS -- RALPH ELLIOIT BLAIR. bln. ROBERT CARLSON LAXVRENCE STANDLEY Hl'BER XHNCEN1' EBIRIETT LOOSE RICHARD XYILLIAIXI OLSON ROBERT SBIITH SHEARER I - l".'V7l'I.TY AND ST.XFl" - - :XLANDO BANNEHMAN BA.L1..xNTx'NE NlAxxx'E1,L N,u'um SHORT AMOS TAVB XVILLIABI KIIIBY XVEST HILLI.-XHX' XX'1LL1Ax1s js, .. i i j. E i F x r ---p . ,- ' '-Y-1. ,Ok QL , .W ' --,-A X.,,x:ii:...,M,Qv K ,:. .4 h 'Q mam Keeping pace with the growth of the University of Arizona, the 1952 edition of the Desert is the largest ever published. XVe have tried to record for you the events of the past year as they hap- pened. and to preserve some of the achievements of you and your classmates. This has been a full and wonderful year, and it's the hope and wishes of the Desert staff that the yearbook will help you reminisce the "good old college days." To you seniors who have successfully reached the "end of the trail" in college, may we wish you the best of luck in all your new journeys. YVords can not adequately express my gratitude and appreciation to all who have helped to make this annual possible. A million thanks go to assistant editor Carol Trohan. who has spent countless hours throughout the year helping me with the many details of editing an annual. and who gave up her entire Easter vacation to help finish the last few pages. l am sure that she will profit by this year's experience. and will put out the best Desert ever next year. Thanks to Louise Buchanan for her beautiful cover design and art workg to all the section editors for their assistance in scheduling pictures and writing copyg to Gretchen Harline and her index staffg Marian Lusk and her typistsg and Mary Stagner and the office staff. It was a real pleas- ure working with every one of you. Credit should go to johnny johnson and his photo division staff who were responsible for the hundreds of pictures appearing in this book. Also. I'd like to extend my thanks to Bay Manley of XVestern XVays for the use of several of his superb photographs. especially the one appear- ing on the end sheets. In the actual production of the 1952 Desert, my thanks go to Charles Hollis of Hollis Photo- Engravers. C. A. CPappyj Betts of Betts Print- ing Company. Howard XVedel of the Arizona Trade Bindery. and the Universal Cover Com- pany. I could not ask for a better and more cooperative team to work with. Their friendly advice and guidance throughout the year have l5t'6'l1 invaluable aids to me. To all the crafts- men of Hollis and Betts. my deepest gratitude. It was a pleasure to associate with such wonder- ful. co-operative people. To the Desert advisor and chairman of the Board of Publications. Don Phillips, my sincere ap- preciation for all your ever-ready and willing assistance and advice: and to my old friend Bob XVhite. publications manager. to whom I have taken many of my publication problems. Plan- ning and putting out an annual of this size is an experience l will long remember. lt has been rough at times, but it was made easier and more pleasant by the association and co- operation of so many people. To all of you, I can say nothing more than-THANKS, from the bottom of my heart. To you readers, may you enjoy reading this Desert as much as we have enjoyed compiling and publishing it. CHUCK O. LEE. 3 Ig. I J P! 1 f v f 1 -21 . 4 I W -- M l , P :fi af' iii in ' ,Q Ak ,r .,, . '59 - .fx S .. , 5 W ': 5 . f , 2 , 1,- ATEN: 2: .rl x V xfsv, 3697 ' 1.1, ' ' NN. 5 Q-5 'ffiixifi in : v 'WK I X w ifi." - .w " N l 1 -QQ, I Y , 5 . K 1 W I 1 I 2 1, A 1 Z 1 .za 1 1 is 4 4 xx xxx :E- 5 . Is .WX . 1 . , -f N ,. ,H+-1 ,, as - fi ..- A,gl,:,,nH, , ...wb . , . ,. x W W . A 1 gk N 'fx V: N L' 3w?s'5w+ YS? NL, .- 4 ' i,1i44Q.'1 A X fifiiff L' . . 'W' - fig? . ' - Qgfgiziafi-iii!sffiffg ix if' Q Q . .T q3:,Q,xiiQ+ i -Z: X X I , 1 H . V . 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