University of Arkansas Little Rock - Trojan Yearbook (Little Rock, AR)
- Class of 1952
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PO Box 2270
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HERMAN L. BOGAN
Because of the inspiration he has given to his many students in the
field of chemistry, because of the untiring effort and personal interest
he takes with his every student, because of his constant efforts to
graduate from Junior College only the highest type of person, and
because of his many long years of service to Junior College, we
respectively dedicate this 1952 edition of the Little Rock Junior
College TROJ AN to Mr. Herman Bogan.
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This is the upper campus from the air
AS WE SEE IT IN 1952
The north and south buildings and the library
are just the beginnings of our new home. Built
on the southwest corner of our 80-acre tract, they
face Hayes Street. When the Administration
Building is erected just south of the library, a
perfect quadrangle will be formed, and when we
look through the colonnade between the two, We
will see at the far east end of the campus the
gymnasium which is now being constructed.
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Dr. Granville D. Davis, an alumnus of
Little Rock Junior College, class of '28, was
elevated to the presidency in May, 1950.
Previous to that, he had been an instructor
in history in the college.
After graduation from here, Dr. Davis
received an A. B. from the University of
Arkansas and an A. M. and a Ph.D. from
the University of Illinois.
In November, 1951, he was elected Little
Rock's Man of the Year by popular vote
throughout the state.
Director of Athletics
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When E. Q. Brothers joined the staff of
Little Rock Junior College as dean in 1930,
the college was housed in the north Wing
of the High School and its students number-
ed 350. Because of his ability to work Well
with both faculty and students, probably,
Dean Brothers, more than any other one
person, besides the late John A. Larson, has
been responsible for the progress of the
Now it has over 400 day students and
700 night students.
The Dean's A. B. is from Southwestern
College, and his A. M. from Stanford Uni-
J. H. Atkinson
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Chemistry Bible njfl,-'7' English
I-I. L. COOK, A. M. JOHN CORN, C. P. C. U. J, V. DABBS, A. M.
Mathematics Commerce Public Relations
CECIL EDGINGTON, A. M. FREDERIC EISON, B.S. in C. E. JEANNE GALLMAN, M. S,
English Engineering Commerce
J. K. HALLIBURTON, A. M. CLEVELAND HARRISON, M. S. PAULINE HOELTZEL, A. M.
Art Speech English, German
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Mathematics Secretarial Science
ELEANOR ORTS, A. M. MARYAVIS PARSON, A. B
English Spanish, French
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Physical Education Home Economics Commerce Biology
JOHN H. SUMMERS, A. M. ORVILLE W. TAYLOR, A. M. TAYLOR D. WILKES, B. S. E. DEAN WOOTEN
Music History Chief Vocational Advisor Cafeteria Director
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Veterans' Secretary Chief Clerk
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Miss Fairchild looks up The Prexy looks pleased with His Honor
How does Mrs. Brown look?
Mr. Harrison looks out, Mr. Atkinson looks ahead, ,
as usual. Mr. Holeman looks at the bus
Julia Adams looks away but Miss Hoeltzel looks
Miss Martin looks at romance scared
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Apart from the administration and the class-
room there are countless people who help work
and carry on the policies of the college. Even
though the college is not large by comparison
with some schools in the United States, still it is
complex enough to necessitate careful co-ordina-
The Work behind the scenes may consist of
formulating new courses, or planning finances, or
advising with students on their academic courses
or their social life.
Or it may be carrying out policies that other
people make which occupies the time and energy
of many of the staff-tabulating records in the
registrars office, checking tuition payments in
the business office, or keeping the college in the
good graces of the Veterans' Administration.
Every time any one of us checks a book from
the library, eats a meal in the Grill, puts a nickel
in the coke or candy machine, or attends a social
function, he can do so only because of the work
of the administration and the college staff. Yes,
complex a college campus is.
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Charles B. Pyles, Bursar
Miss Hoeltzel and 'Womens Panhellenic
confer on rush rules
Miss Fairchild checks V, A. files Miss Tracy is a whiz at finance
The office is always busy
with odds and ends
Chairman Soclal Science Division
Chairman Applied Arts Division
K my Dr, Iva C, Gardner Dr. James H. Stevenson
Cha1rman SCIENCE Division
Miss Pauline Hoeltzel
Chairman Humanities Division
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When the Junior College was founded in
1927, Mr. Larson, then dean, visualized an
educational institution for the city of Little
Rock Where every young man and Woman
could receive a two-year general education
preparing him for a bache1or's degree at the
University of Arkansas or a two-year course
preparing him for a professional degree.
As time Went on, the number of courses
increased, to meet the needs of the young
people of the community.
Then with the advent of the strong trend
toward general education, President Davis
formed the four divisions of study with a
chairman of each.
The Humanities Division consists of the
languages, art, music, speech and dramatics
and Bible, under the direction of Miss Hoelt-
zel. Dr. Stevenson heads the Science Divi-
sion, consisting of the physical and biological
The Social Science Division is headed by
Dr. Gardner, and the Applied Arts-com-
merce, business and home economics-by Mr.
Skeletons in and out of the closet, for the nurses
Concentration like this bodes nothing good approaching
Frogs are interesting to students in biological science
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Facilities for study and classroom work are as
varied as the courses themselves. In the library
We cram for exams. In the chemistry lab we
search for "unknowns" and in the math classes,
solve equations. There comes cutting up frogs
in zoology and for a direct change, learning pro-
nunciations of foreign languages from records.
If we are in home ec, We learn to copy the
latest fashion or to concoct a delightful meal.
Sometimes We show our histrionic ability, or even
just speaking occupies our routine. And with
the world situation as it is, the history map takes
on new importance to us.
For our engineers there is always activity
either indoors or out, and if we study typing We
occupy ourselves with class exercises or work
for the college.
Under any circumstances, it's a busy place, the
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Will this come out right?
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Now here is where the battle was fought
Interesting to the physicists
Real life was never like this
From the known to the unknown
Monarch of all they survey, the engineers
Our future secretaries
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Learning the way to a. ma.n's heart
"Lend me your ears"
A Search for the deuotation
Student voice in the regulations governing students is a vital
part of campus life. Through the Student Council, consisting of
the student body president, the class presidents, and two repre-
sentatives from each class, the students are able to make known
their desires and suggestions for the improvement of Little Rock
Junior College. The Council serves in an advisory capacity to
several standing faculty committees and in active capacity to
special committees for special events. By the end of the year
the Council expects to have effected changes in the Student
Government Constitution which will make for a vastly improved
social and extra-curricular life on the campus.
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We mark our ballots
Social life both on and off the campus is in the charge of the Social Com-
mittee, of which Miss Inez Martin is chairman. The committee keeps the
college social calendar and plans and directs entertainment throughout the
Highlights of the 1951-52 season were the freshman Welcome dance,
the parents' reception, the HalloWe'en carnival, the Christmas formal, Stunt
Night, the Donaghey luncheon, the all-school picnic, and the sophomore
Students co-operate throughout the year in civic projects in which Junior
College is interested, such as the Blood Donor Drive, Christmas Seal Sale,
the March of Dimes, and the Red Cross campaign.
Clements, Pierce, Saunders, Gee, Martin, Morris, Schriver, Jones, Rogers
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t'I'll meet you in the Chatter Grill at 10:30. We'll have time for a cup of coffee and
a round of hearts." The Grill is the favorite place for us to meet, whether it be for
breakfast or lunch, a coke or coffee, bridge or hearts, or just for a catch-up on the
latest gossip. Sometimes we even study there.
Loafing between classes
In the fall and spring it is hard to make
the next class. If We can hang around the
North Building long enough, We will be sure
to find just the person We Want to make a
date with or some Phi Theta Kappa Whose
answers We can borrow. And if it is really
warm, the coke machine just a bit farther
away makes an ideal place for the gathering
of the gang.
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When the CHATTER appears we hurry
to read first of all the gossip column, for
We haven't quite outlived our high school
days. We like to find a quiet spot where
we can absorb all that it forecasts.
If we miss the news in the paper, there is
always the bookstore on lower campus.
Someone there has a bit of news that we
may have missed. The bookstore is about
the first place We became familiar with as
freshmen at Jaycee. In it We purchased those
35.00 dictionaries and many other weighty
books that symbolize we are college stu-
We soon found that the bookstore was
an ideal place to meet new friends and to
spend a few minutes with old ones. We
learned too that here We could purchase all
sorts of things by which to advertise Jaycee-
Trojan car stickers, auto plates, stationery,
belt buckles, and notebooks.
Always a busy place-the bookstore
Trojans vs. Warriors in Conway
Readying another victim
Boosting Jaycee at the Chamber luncheon
Although we look forward to going with
the Trojans to play any football game, the
trip to Conway to see the team play Hendrix
is always the most popular. Maybe it's be-
cause we always Win.
During the fall, our recreation schedule
is somewhat upset by the presence of the
staff photographer on the campus. We
really look dressed up then, because gone
are the comfortable jeans and sweaters, in
favor of coats and ties and more formal
Then we often go to civic clubs down town,
where we are dined and feted in return for
entertaining "big business." That's really a
Sometimes it's just the Grill for a snack
or real eating at a picnic. Now that the
"rec" room is opened, hearts, bridge, and
pingpong take much of our time.
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Time out for Harrison's speech class
What's the meaning of this, Rocker?
In good weather we hold outdoor assemblies
The "rec" room IS no longer a "Wreck"
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A GLANCE BACK
Lines and more lines-white cards-
schedule sheets-lines-facu1ty's OK's
- bursar cards - lines - tuition pay-
ments-five yellow cards-lines-a n d
finally those blue cards. We are fully
registered as a college student!
Coming back to school and meeting
old friends or entering as a freshman
and learning "college" Ways, we have
fun in spite of all the registration red
Freshmen become oriented through
a barrage of tests and conferences, and
soon we settle down to class routine.
Advice galore for schedule making
Getting the passport to classes. More scheduling The necessary white card, step one
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Life at Little Rock Junior College is by no means one-sided. All of us are not en-
gineers, mathematicians, commerce students, or home ec majors. And even for those
of us who are, there is much offered to develope an appreciation of the arts.
One of the popular spots on campus is the art room, where activity is always rife.
We like to go there to view an exhibit or to watch students at work. Anyway, what
would We do without the students who help us design our posters?
Then the Little Theatre on lower campus offers some good entertainment both in
one-act and three-act plays, to say nothing of special programs. The students down
there operate the Campus Communication Service, which lets us know between classes
the latest campus news. The theatre was decorated last summer by dramatic students.
Our choir and music students are ready at a moment's notice to give us a good pro-
gram or go down town on a special mission for Jaycee.
Yes, we have the artistic as Well as the practical on our campus.
Studying a class exhibit The open-inspiration for the artist
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Broadcasting campus news Back to the old masters
We revived "The Rivals"
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Although the Little Theatre is small, the dramatics students success-
fully presented t'The Rivals" in the fall and "Huckleberry Finn" in the
spring. The latter was taken to each of the junior high schools in the
city under the auspices of the P.T.A.'s.
On the Christmas program, sponsored by the Humanities Division, the
speech classes presented "Don Juan's Christmas Eve."
In spite of this, both girls got their man
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Ahnost any time of day soft music floats from the music rooms, Where
our future concert pianists, organists, and vocalists are studying long
hours to perfect their art. If an audience were allowed, large crowds
would form, because we enjoy even the practice of our fellow students.
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On Tuesday and Thursday mornings between 10:30 and 11:30 Jaycee
students formally raise their voices in song. It's the A Cappella Choir
practicing for their next performance. They do perform often, both on
and off campus, and at special functions like dedications, May Day, and
graduation. Robed in maroon with white stoles, they give a creditable
Many non-performers appreciate good music
Even artists eat
This is to bring out the crowds
A music major makes music
The Art Club is one of the most active
groups on campus, not only having a good
time among themselves but contributing
much to campus life. They stay pretty much
in their own domain, but We all see the re-
sult of their work, Whether it be a featured
exhibit, campus Christmas decorations, a
float in our parades, their stunt in Stunt
Night, or simply a poster advertising com-
On the other hand, We have that hos-
pitality which characterizes our girls in
home ec. How they can serve an attractive
party and prepare good food! It is a treat
to be invited to one of their frequent
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Top row: McKenzie, Drennan, Hampel, Brown, Reid,
Lower row: Rosenbloom, Crook, Hall, Haynes, Hollis
Not pictured: Fiddler, Gilmore, Guthridge, Hamilton, M.
Kirby, Mack, Malone, Powell
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As the music began with Carolyn Frith at the piano playing "A Pretty Girl is Like
a Melody," the big night had arrived for 28 girls who were gathered in the back of the
Little Theatre. In front sat five judges chosen by the yearbook staff from different fields
of work: an artist, a photographer, a stylist, a physical education director, and a dra-
matic instructor. A packed audience waited to see these girls in the annual Trojan
The contest had begun in the early winter when each organization on the campus
elected two girls to represent them in the contest. On this night the 28 girls had met
to model two dresses before the audience.
The girls modeled an afternoon dress and an evening gown before the judges chose
12 semi-finalists, whom Master of Ceremonies Kearney Dietz recalled to the stage.
From these 12 girls the judges after much debate and study narrowed to four. Thus,
the four beauties were selected.
These girls were later photographed and their pictures were submitted to Guy Lom-
bardo during his appearance in Little Rock. Mr. Lombardo chose from these four pic-
tures the one which he felt was most beautiful.
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THE SEMI-FINALISTS: Pat Carter, Jeannine Rowland, Carolyn Gold,
Marilyn Bell, Harryetta Shibley, Barbara Brundrett, June Reynolds, Frances Kearney Dietz, Master
Tucker, Lavonne Hall, Peggy O'Neal, Jane Donoho, Gearldine Hester. of Ceremonies
THE CONTESTANTS: Front row: June Reynolds. Carolyn Wfesterfield, Pat
Carter, Harryetta Shibley, Barbara Brundrett, Marilyn Bell, Jeannine Row-
land, Frances Tucker, Barbara McHenry and Gearldine Hester, Back row:
Carolyn Wilson, Carolyn Gold, Mary Smith, Barbara Chastain, Ruth Gleason.
Carolyn Richards, Carolyn Pate, Caroline Fletcher, Marietta Jones, Jane
Donoho, Lavonne Hall, Carolyn Fiddler, Rose Battisto, Janet Lovett, Betty
Powers, Nodya Dees, Julianne Crook, Peggy O'Nea1.
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tions room. It's the Journalism class run-
ning off copy for the next edition of the
COLLEGE CHATTER, the semi-monthly
paper of Jaycee.
The four-page CHATTER is the primary
source of campus news, and this year it has
been considerably Hpepped up" by the addi-
tion of many photographs over the number
previously used and by the name plate being
changed in position in almost every issue.
These changes have been made possible
by the increase in advertising sold, by an
alert editorial group, and an excellent and
co-operative student photographer.
"Editoria1ly Speaking," "Letters to the
Editor," the t'Chatterbox," and original
essays, stories and poems dominate the
editorial page, where student views are
The sport's page holds interest of many,
for there future and past events are ac-
curately reported. "Socially Yours," on page
three, covers the activities of organized
groups and individuals, with alumni news
thrown in for added interest. The rest of
the paper is devoted to straight news and
Both day and night students receive the
CHATTER on their activity book.
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Manuel Whitley-Basketball, Physical Education
Winton Criswell-Football, Physical Education
Clyde Tracy-Physical Science Mary Frances Heinze-Biological Science
Formal initiation for Phi Theta Kappa is held twice a year
In October and in February each year, students are tapped for mem-
bership in Phi Theta Kappa, national scholastic fraternity composed of
145 chapters in junior college throughout the United States and its
territories. The highest 10 per cent of students carrying 12 or more
hours are eligible. Selections are made by the chapter after recom-
mendations by the faculty.
Delta Psi Omega is another national honor organization represented
on the campus. Its members are chosen at the close of the school year
from among students especially active in play production and direction.
Recognition to all students making at least a B average and with no
grade below C is given in the CHATTER and the local papers soon after
each grade period.
Ever since the installation of its chapter here in 1928, Phi Theta Kappa
has sponsored Honor's Night during Commencement Week, at which
awards are presented to students proficient in chemistry and various forms
of English composition. Phi Theta Kappa members inducted during the
year receive their membership certificates at this time. Parents and
friends of Junior College attend.
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ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER
President ....,,,........ , ,,.,, .,..,...... ,....,,,,........ . . ,,...,, S HIRLEY BRADLEY
Vice President ...... ....v................... J UNE REYNOLDS
Secretary ........t.,, .,i.i... C AROLYN WESTERFIELD
Treasurer ........., ...............,,. ,,v......,.,,.........v.,.,...... J AN E CARD
Golden Key Reporter .......r. ........ P HYLLIS HAMPEL
Historian .....,..........................,,,,,,,,.,,...,.,., .,....... E LIZABETH MACK
National Council Representative ..,.,,,. ,,.,. ,,.,,,,.,,.,,,,.,,,, ....,,. C A R OLYN FRITH
CHARLES BRAN DT
PATTY JO HOFF
ELIZABETH ANN JONES
MARILYN N. PEARCE
BARBARA LOAL SMITH
HOFF MCHENRY REYNOLDS MARSH VVALDRO
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Delta Psi Omega was organized as the junior college division of Alpha
Psi Omega in 1929 at Modesto Junior College, Modesto, Californa. Since
that time the organization has grown to 181 chapters. The chapter here
is known as 123 Cast.
The purpose of Delta Psi Omega is to stimulate interest in dramatic
art. To be qualified for membership a student must be regularly enrolled,
of satisfactory scholarship, and meet some of these requirements: per-
formed a major role in a three-act play or in two one-act plays, minor
roles in three full-length plays or five one-act plays, or speaking roles in
radio plays or operettasg have written a play that was produced, or worked
as business manager, director of two plays, carpenter, property manager,
electrician, scene painter, or costume designer or maker.
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Arkansas State Teachers ...... .... 2 4
Southern State ,,.......................... 35
University of Arkansas Freshmen-- 33
Ouachita ..........,,............,,...,....,,., 20
Monticello A. and M ....... .,.. 3 1
Hendrix .................. .... 2 O
College of Ozarks ........................ 28
East Mississippi Junior College ...... 7
Arkansas Tech .................... - 9
Jones Junior College ...... .... 2 1
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For the entire fall We had all anticipated
the big day-Homecoming. Scheduled for
November 17 in a game with the Wonder
Boys of Arkansas Tech, festivities really
began on the preceding day. The parade
from MacArthur Park, down Main Street
and across to North Little Rock featured
not only the queen's float but also many
clever floats and decorated cars.
The big bonfire, cheers, speeches-all were
a part of the pep rally held on lower campus
the night before the game. The rally must
have inspired our boys, for they Won the
next night by a wide margin.
On Saturday afternoon alumni assembled
along with students for an open house in the
library, and we all had fun predicting the
outcome of the game.
Homecoming was climaxed by the game
Saturday night with the Trojans defeating
the Wonder Boys 27-9.
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Not wash day, but the Zeta Phi lassies The nurses did their best to "sew up" Tech
The Spanish beauties, a close-up D, K. buried Tech ahead of time The Art C1ub's TROJAN Horse
Queen Barbara and her maids prepare to cheer
Trojans before Homecoming
We parade in Pine Bluff
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Back: Margie Tate, Julianne Croo
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Hall, O'Neal, Crook, Dudek, M. Bell, Brown, H. Brown
The cheerleaders add color
to any parade.
More of the parade in Pine Bluff
The Battlecriers turn "pro" for Homecoming
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Coach Kincannon, who began his first year as the
Trojan basketball coach this year, graduated from
Arkansas State Teachers College with a B. S. E. degree
with a major in math and physical education. He
graduated from Teachers College in three years and
played basketball there each year, making All-State
After playing a half year of professional basketball
with the New York Knickerbockers, he returned to his
studies at the University of Southern California, play-
ing ball there and graduating with a Master of Science
degree. While in school he also played AAU ball on
the coast for two years.
After this, Coach Kincannon began his teaching and
coaching career at Redondo Beach High School in
California. And from this school he came to Little
Rock Junior College as head basketball coach.
When Coach was asked what he thought about
Manuel Whitley who made AAU this year, he replied:
"I think Whitley is a superior athlete and he is not
only a good player but a wonderful person. I believe
his greatest asset is his tremendous desire to play."
Coach says that he uses no particular system of
playing because he believes the system depends upon
Not only does Coach Kincannon coach basketball on
the campus, but he teaches Social Science and he says
that he likes teaching as well as coaching.
Galloway has it VVilke out front Surrounded by Trojans
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MANUEL XYHITLEY JEARL. SMITH JOHN BEST
Center Forward Forward
Whitley scores another one. This time it's Mabry. All hands up!
Joe VVilson, W. H. Smith, Jearl Smith, Dick Mabry, Manuel VVhitley, Fred VVilke Clyde
Tracy, Harold Joyner, Charlie Clark, John Best.
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'Junior College in tournament at Itawamba J. C. in Mississippi.
Front: Teal, Dudek, Porterfield, Best.
Back: Clark, Newman, Lockhart, Kincannon fCoachJ.
Jaycee thin-clads number eight this year, with men out for various kinds of races,
pole vault, broad jump, and high jump. Clark is representing the college in high jump
and pole vault, While Wilkerson is doing the broad jumping.
Newman and Wilkerson will run the 100-220-yard dashes, and the rest of the team
will participate in the 440 and 880 relays.
Under the tutelage of Coach John Kincannon, the boys will stage several informal
competitions on campuses of A. I. C. Colleges and will enter the A. I. C. Track Meet
May 9, at Arkansas Tech.
Members of the squad include John Best, Charlie Clark, Fred Dudek, Jim Lockhart,
Don Newman, Bob Porterfield, Cleo Teal, and Bob Wilkerson.
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Front: Faye Bordelon, Peggy Kirby, Elizabeth Mack.
Back: Fred Dudek, Tim Taylor, Paul Jennings, Bob Jennings, Jack Rusk.
The Swimming Club swims on Tuesday and Thursday nights at the Y. M. C. A., with
Coach Kincannon giving them supervision and suggestions. Throughout the spring they
made several trips to Conway to compete with A. S. T. C.
No plans have been made to enter into formal competition with other colleges.
Students interested in tennis formed the Tennis Club, with the following officers:
President, Gayle Witherspoong secretary, Barbara Chastaing treasurer, John Bowden.
Club members plan an inter-mural competition, and during May they will hold tour-
naments to select the championship for men's single, Women's single, men's double, and
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Second: Jennings lmanagerl, Lamb, Colby, Mabry, Wilson, Eason, Christian, Stucky
Top: Pearce fcoachb, Winburne, Hamilton, Whitley, McGuire, Pearl,
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Wayne Smith ...............
Manuel Whitley .........
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March 27-Monticello A. and
April 1-Arkansas Tech ............
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In Mississippi or War Memorial Stadium, we always found all eight
Jaycee cheerleaders there whenever the Trojans were playing any kind
of sport. Rain, snow, or freezing cold, they never lost any of their pep
and energy. Something new was tried this year and Freddie Dudek was
elected the first male cheerleader in a long time. These kids gave the
Trojans their spirit needed to Win their games.
Led by Carolyn Richards and her friendliness, the cheerleaders made
friends for Jaycee in colleges all over Arkansas and Mississippi. As soon
as they were elected, We could see that with Marilyn Bell's pep and energy,
Fredonia Dees' school spirit, Peggy O'Neal's "You'll yell," and Lavonne
Hall's loud voice, they were going to lead the 'Trojans to a victorious year,
regardless of the sport.
Freddie's personality, Jeannine Row1and's beauty, and Julianne Crook's
handsprings gave the student body double interest in sports at our college.
There will be four returning next spring, but four good cheerleaders will
leave. It will be hard for the student body to select four more that will
Work, support and do the good job for the school that this year's group
has done. Not only the Trojans but the Whole school owes them a big
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Valentine Queen Norma Zeta Phi Favorites
Happier Moments What's the matter, Jeannine?
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Vice President ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... NANCY DEAL
Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,.., B ARBARA BRUNDRETT
Treasurer ,,,,,,,, .,,.........,.. J ANET BREWER
President ,,,,,,,,,,, .,...................,,..,,..,.,, ,.., ...,,,.,,. F R A NCES TUCKER
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J ANICE BAXLEY
IDA KATHRYN CALHOUN
JANE ANN COOK
BARBARA LOAL SMITH
BATTISTO BAXLEY BRADLEY BREWER BROWN
BRUNDRETT CALHOUN CARTER CROOK DEAL
DEES DONOHO DRAKE GABRIEL GILMORE
JONES MCCULLOUGH MCHENRY PEAVY POWELL POWERS
REDDITT ROSENBLOOM SHIBLEY SHETTLES SMITH WESTERFIELD
MRS. JEWELL REYNOLDS NORMA JONES
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HARRIS HAYNES HEHNIZE LOVETT LOWREY MCKENZIE
MACK MERRIAM MILLIGAN O'NEAL PATE RECHTIN
REYNOLDS RICHARDS ROWLAN D SCHRIVER SMTTH TRAYLOR. WILSON
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MAY MORRIS MURRAY NICKERSON OLSEN PRICE
SAUNDERS SCOTT W. SMITH W. H, SMITH TERRY THOMPSON WALLACE
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Piay practice is fun Lab partners Typing takes concentration
Miles is "seeing stars" Is this Lula? Up to no good, a. plot?
"Ride 'em, cowboy" Phi Theta Kappas dress up Who, me?
Don, the photographer Zeta Phi Sunday Social
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They're in a hurry Who's mad? See who's working
Getting ready for "Huck" Pretty poses He keeps us straight
Well-laid plans Our friend Carlson
Meeting together in our various organizations has enabled us to know
many people we would have missed. Our language clubs have been
especially active, showing foreign films, presenting speakers, and dining
in the style of the country whose language they study. We could always
count, too, on their being active in parades, Stunt Night, and May Day.
For the first time in our history we have had a pre-nursing group on
our campus. We have enjoyed these girls to no end, because they have
come from all parts of Arkansas. Each has had something to tell us
about her own community.
Each morning we have awaited their "special," When it arrived we
knew it was time for classes to start, for the nurses have never been
known to be late.
We wish that these girls could be with us next year, but they will be
students at the Baptist Hospital. We are expecting them, however, to
run out to see us when their time permits. In the meanwhile we shall be
awaiting the next year group of nurses.
Front: Pat Deller, Barbara Semora, Betty Sanders, Louise Spray, Ruby Nesbit, Frances
Middle: Donalda Ridgway, Edna Wetzel, Vada Harris, Virginia Guttry, Myletta Myers,
Legena Smith, Lynn Green.
Back: Joan Worley, Bobbie James, Jackie Billingsley, Tommie Smith, Vela Bryam,
Anna Lovell, Etta Miller, Meoma Reagan, Peggy Williams.
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BLATT CHASTAIN CROWNOVER DEAL DEES DONOHO D, FOWLER
F. FOWLER GLEASON GOODE HOFF JARRY J. JONES LITTLE
MCCULLOUGH MCRAVEN MARSH MILLIGAN NORRIED PATE PE 'LVY
RECHTIN RICHARDS ROWLAND SHURLEY L, SMITH SNODGRASS WARD
BATTISTO BRUNDRETT FRITH LIGON LOVETT MCGUIRE OBERLE
PAYANE REDMAN REYNOLDS SHIBL-EY THOMPSON WESTERFIELD WILLMCTH
President ...,...,...., . ........ JUNE REYNOLDS
Vice President ...........,. ........................ E RNEST LIGON
Secretary-Treasurer .......... .....,..... H ARRYETTA SHIBLEY
ROSE BATTISTO ARNOLD OBERLE
BARBARA BRUNDRETT JERRY PAYNE
CAROLYN FRITH TROY REDMAN
JANET LOVETT ROBERT THOMPSON
PAT MCGUIRE CAROLYN WESTERFIELD
laecia! Occad fond
Throughout the year in various associa-
tions and in all kinds of situations we al-
ways had a wonderful time. The calendar
soon became full, so full that often we ex-
perienced disappointment in not being
granted a requested date.
At Hallowe'en there was the usual carni-
val held this year indoors because Old Man
Weather played a trick on us. Here the
organized groups presented their "talent"
sideshows, eating and drinking stands, and
games of skill, or should we say chance.
Kearney Dietz and Carolyn Pate were crown-
ed Campus King and Queen by George Plas-
ter, student president. They had been elected
by popular vote when pictures were taken
for the TROJ AN.
No sooner was the carnival over when
Julia Adams visited Little Rock on Movie-
tovvn, U. S. A. Julia was known here as
Betty Adams, class of '46, member of Phi
Theta Kappa and Delta Psi Omega, and
dramatic star. Our Student Council, cheer-
leaders, and other official representatives of
Jaycee turned out for a big day-parade and
all-with movie dignitaries, here and at the
Crippled Children's Hospital in Jacksonville.
The an nual reception for parents and
friends of Junior College took place in the
Larson Library, with faculty and student
leaders receiving. How dressed up we all
were and what charming manners we all
had! Everyone enjoyed it. Grades had not
yet been announced.
Highlighting the year for many of us
was the trip to Laurel, Mississippi, to cheer
the Trojans to victory against J ones Junior
College of Ellisville, junior college champions
of Mississippi. The trip was made by bus,
and the game played before some 10,000
spectators in the eighth annual Lions' Bowl
contest. Each Trojan player came out with
a new wrist watch, the gift of the Laurel
Finally came the long awaited event, the
one participated in by the most students-
Stunt Night. It was held at East Side Audi-
torium in March and featured five original
skits by organized groups. We could rattle
pop corn sacks, crack peanuts, and drink as
much as we liked, provided, of course, that
we had the dimes to pay for it all. And
those door prizes! Where in the world did
the merchants find so many to give us? The
Student Loan Fund is approximately fifty
dollars richer as a result of Stunt Night.
The annual luncheon honoring the late Mr.
and Mrs. George W. Donaghey, benefactors
of Little Rock Junior College, took place at
the Marion Hotel on May 5. Practically all
of us attended on our activity books and
enjoyed hearing the Donagheys eulogized
and seeing Jane Card honored by being the
recipient of the red roses in tribute to Mrs.
Just before Donaghey Day came Self-
Expression Week and the crowning of the
May Queen. Queen Jeannine ruled majes-
tically, surrounded by her four charming
maids. During the week exhibits of our year's
work and contests in many fields held stu-
dents' and parents' interest.
These occasions and talents show, or just
events around campus, make all of us-ad-
ministrators, faculty, and students-realize
that we have a campus with a big present
and a bigger future.
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Plaster crowns Kearney Dietz and Carolyn Pate,
Campus King and Queen
Dr. Davis presents the winner with radio raffled
by Faculty NVives Club
Dean Brothers receives attention at the The Harmony Boys play for the Carnival dance
Spanish C1ub's cafe The Zeta Phi's furnish entertainment too
Julia four Betty! is officially welcomed by Frances
Tucker and Rose Princess Hester
We really weren't arrested
Shasta leads the parade
At the hotel we mingled with Movie-town, U. S. A.
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Class officers welcomed too
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faculty and parents chatted
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Sometimes all didn't alight
Gaiety prevailed most of the time
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Battlecriers try a clean sweep
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"Mrs, Brown," "Mr. Edgingtonf' and
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It's time for English Wha.t's this? The nurses pause for a picture
Spring football practice
The Associate Editors talk it over Let's go to class
Phi Theta Kappa. Sox Hop Winners Now, Jerry, better watch out!
Pep rally in the Armory
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In September, 1950, we started out together as ia group of freshmen
slightly bewildered by campus life. Our bewilderment soon wore off,
however, and we received our share of campus honors: two campus
beauties, homecoming queen, four cheerleaders, a Rose Festival princess,
and three-fourths of the football team.
We assembled 'again in the fall of 1951, but this time as sophomores.
We were quick to retain our leadership of the previous year. This year
the honor of all the campus beauties, May Queen, the presidencies of all
campus organizations were ours. Again, most of the members of the
CHATTER and TROJ AN staffs, the football team, and Phi Theta Kappa
belonged to our class.
Now that we are about to graduate, we remember not only the honors
we received but traditional Jaycee events, Stunt Night, May Day, Donaghey
Day, and the most important of all-the Sophomore Prom-at which we
were guests of honor.
Yes, we the sophomore class of 1952 will always remember the pace
we made for ourselves at Little Rock Junior College these two years and
will graduate with many happy memories and muchnew knowledge.
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Top: David Adams, Ronnie Bailey, Mary Jo Balcom, Deane Baldwin
Betty Sue Ball, Rose Battisto.
Second: Richard Bennett, Walter Bivens, Eleanor Boone, Faye Bordelon
Shirley Bradley, Charles Brandt.
Third: Janet Brewer, W. T. Brewster, Betty Brown, Hugh Brown
Rg7salyne Brown, Barbara Brundrett.
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Top: H. Lee Bryant, Thomas Bryant, JQlZl.1T"' James Byrfd, Zack
Calhoun, Pat Caple.
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Marion Clemmons, Winton Criswell. M33 L' .D Q'
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A X Kearney Dietz.
' I Second: Frances Anne Doerr, Billy Ivy Drennan, Freddie Dudek, Gilbert
X Spy Evans, Carolyn Fiddler, Ralph Finney.
D' ' Bobby Gee, Susie Gihnore.
Cfxxkf Third: Bill Floyd, Deane Fowler, Bobbie Ann Gabriel, Wayne Galloway,
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Top: Carolyn Gold, Vernon Gotcher, Albert Green, Jacqueline Green,
Marilyn Green, Skippy Griffin.
Second: Virginia Grubbs, Ann Guthridge, Lynn Roger Haggard, lfgyllis
Harnpek Bob Harmon, Bill Hays.
Third: Gearldine Hester, Patty Jo Hoff, Bill Holder, James House,
Clark Howard, Clyde Howard.
Top: Jim Humphrey, David Hunter, Bill Hutchins, Gerald Ives, Jerry
James, Dwight Jarry.
Second: Ray Jech, Joan Jeffries, Bill Jennings, Bob Jennings, Elizabeth
Jones, Marietta Jones.
Third: Norma Jones, Paul Keegan, Dewie Kirby, Peggy Kirby, Helen
Krallman, Fay Lair.
Top: Bob Lamb, Lewis Lamb, J. R. Legate, Jr., Donald McGarity,
Barbara McHenry, Dorothea McKenzie.
Second: Gayle McMullin, Peggy McRaven, Elizabeth Mack, Frank
Maley, Charles Malone, Baxter Marsh.
Third: Beverly Milligan, Richard Mills, Walter CMacJ Moncure, Roy
Morris, J. Palmer Myers, Donald Newman.
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Top: Arnold Oberle, Jack Olsen, Peggy O'Neal, Leslie O'Neal, John
Parish, Frances Parsons.
Second: Carolyn Pate, Bob Paxton, Charles Pearce, Marilyn Nolting
Pearce, John Allen Pierce, George Plaster.
Third: Thelma Powell, Betty Powers, Gordon Pratt, June Reynolds,
Rita Rice, Carolyn Richards.
Top: Jerry Rogers, Oley Rooker, Jeannine Rowland, Ed Saunders
Travis Saunders, Herbert Schlumpf.
Second: Zoe Ann Schriver, M. L. Scott, Wallace Scott, Bob Shannon
Harryetta Shibley, Van Smith.
Third: Loyce Sowell, H. G. Starkey, Gene Suen, Cleo Teal, Clyde Tracy
,fI'op: Miles Waldron, Bennie Ward, Carolyn Westerfield, Manuel Whit
ley, Fred Wilke.
Second: Cecil Wilkerson, Joan Wilkerson, Carolyn Wilson, Frank Win
burne, Reagan Wright.
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Back: Maurice P. Durham, Fred Williamson, Vincent De Salvo, Law-
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Registration, 1951 .... Those who had been big seniors were once
again little freshmen, among new faces, new school rooms, but we could
see at once We were going to like Jaycee.
First on the crowded school calendar was politics. We picked Louis
LeVee for our president and from then on, when it came to honors, we
freshmen were always right in the middle.
Football shined the limelight on 13 freshmen .... Homecoming with
three freshmen as maids to Queen Barbara .... four freshmen cheer-
leaders .... two freshmen maids to the Queen of the May.
Not to be forgotten were the dances . . . parties . . . clubs . . . beauty
contest . . . Stunt Night . . . May Day . . . basketball . . . the Donaghey
Luncheon . . . and many other activities.
Yes, We will look back on all the good times, hard times and all the
little complaints as the best years of our life, all made possible by good old
Jaycee and its faculty.
Top: Richard Abbruzzese, Danny Adams, Jimmy Avants, Carol Ann
Baker, J . H. Barre, Juanice Baxley, Bob Beavers, Dexter L .Bel1.
Second: Marilyn Bell, John Bennett, Jimmy Bentley, Kenneth Best
Jackie Billingsley, Bill Bird, Irwin Blatt, Charles Bledsoe.
Third: Elbert Boggs, Ernest Bowden, Carole Bradford, Gary Bridges
Roy Brink, Charlotte Brown, Floyd Brown, Milton Brunson.
Fourth: Iris Burnett, Kelton Busby, Vela Mae Bryam, Dick Calhoun
Ida Kathryn Calhoun, Wm. B. Campbell, Thomas Canada, Conrad Carroll
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Top: Morris Carroll, Pat Carter, Robert Chaney, Oscar Chilson, Clarissa
Chumney, Fred Church, Charles Clark, Edward Cloud.
Second: Ralph Colby, Julianne Crook, George Pinky Davis, Roy Davis,
Raymond Day, Shelby Day, Fredonia Dees, Dan Dempsey.
Third: Gerry Dillaha, Jane Donoho, Charlotte Drake, Jerry Drayer,
Margaret Duggar, Norman Eason, Bill Eldridge, Buddy Emrick.
Fourth: Caroline Fletcher, Florine Fowler, Carolyn Frith, Jerry W.
Geoge, Ruth Gleason, Mildred Glover, Barton P. Gober, Ed Goode.
Top: Ann Gray, Virginia Guttry, Lavonne Hall, Dan Hamby, Jack Hamil-
ton, Bill Hampton, Sylvia Harris, Vada Lou Harris.
Second: Marie L. Hayes, Carolyn Haynes, Mary Frances Heinze, Gordon
Herrington, Betty Sue Holt, Thomas Hudman, Ray Humphrey, Paul
Third: James Hurley, Ruby Hurley, John Ingram, David Jackson, Bobbie
Jane James, Paul A. Jennings, Don Johnston, Jerry Wilbert Jones.
Fourth: Harold Joyner, Clifford Keheley, Carolyn Kelley, Billy Lamb,
David Lancaster, Louis LeVee, Ernest Ligon, Patsy Little.
Top: Anna Mae Lovell, Janet Lovett, Dorothy Lowrey, Jimmy Lynch,
Jim McClanahan, Karla McClaren, Robert McCown, Nancy McCullough.
Second: Jack McDaniel, Pat McGuire, Dick Mabry, Harold Mann,
Charles Martin, Louis A. Martin, Bob May, Frances Merriam.
Third: Etta Miller, Norma Miller, Jim Milner, David Minton, Charlotte
Moorman, Harlan Murray, Valetta Myers, Ruby Nesbitt.
Fourth: Bill Nickerson, Jerry H. Norried, Jimmie H. Osborne, Henry
Joe Osterloh, Kenneth Palmer, Pat Parker, Bill Parrish, Jerry Payne.
Top: Bob Pearle, Carole Peavy, W. O. Pierce, Sam Poe, Bob Porterfield,
Larry Price, Jack Pulliam, Maeoma Reagan.
Second: Betty Jo Rechtin, Lula Redditt, Troy Redman, Mary Ellen
Reed, Richard Reilly, Joe Reynolds, Donalda Ridgway, John Robinson.
Third: Charles Rogers, Rita Rosenbloom, Charlene Ross, Thomas Ross,
William Russell, Bill Rutherford, Jimmy Sadler, Betty Sanders.
Fourth: William Scarlett, Jr., Vance Scott, Barbara Semora, Ellen
Shettles, Betty Shurley, Robert Simons, Barbara L. Smith, Cleora Smith.
arl Smith, Julianne Smith, Legena Smith, Mary Smith, Richard
Smith, Tommie Jean Smith, William Smith, William Harrell Smith.
Second: Leila Snodgrass, Louise Spray, Ted Standridge, Jean Starnes,
Albert Steele, Julian Tardy, Margie Tate, Minor Terry.
Third: Robert M. Thompson, Ann Traylor, Harold Trimble, Robert
Tschiemer, Barclay Tucker, Billy Tuggle, Lemuel Tull, Bill Vinson.
Fourth. Ronald R. Wallace, Bill Walls, Bobby G. Wells, Thaddeus Wells,
Edna Lucille Wetzel, Bob Wilkerson, Faydeane Wilkins, Peggy Williams.
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