University of Arkansas Fayetteville - Razorback Yearbook (Fayetteville, AR)

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TANDING majestically on the top of the Ozarkian plateau. the Uni- versity of Arkansas typifies all that is highest in Education and Culture in the State of Arkansas. From the Uni- versity are sent out the men and women who are best fitted to become true constructive citizens of the State. ,D 'P' '. :sy ' V x' 1x.:.'6g,2l L r X PH' 'XV 401W tb' 1 . fl ,.1. , U .J Mwmr IVI 7-' ww w x 1 " .. . . l'1'fxN'1"-1 15 X 1. K.. 4 -1x. X I I a i l . 1 1 ! E I ' gl 4Lf5f.J 5? , . "5i'rx am 1- iq "fm mum I "'f."'s w f" p' " --'NFS I Jr--vr,L -zcgqig, Wi 1r"" 'QQ-jx: u if - u, 'WHL "'f'ef'fF " V r ' 'I 'r,l'- 'l " wil f I ' ' XX- I. 4, -1 A f A MJ' ' ' I X , 1, Vi' ' f iln f ! , , 1 HE highway of accomplished ideals," graduates walk to the front entrance to the campus. The practise of placing' the rolls of graduates upon memorial blocks in the sidewalk was begun in 1905 and it has since de- veloped into one of the chief Uni- versity graduation ceremonials. H471 -71. fry Years nf' Sc 4 Vx,- UNIVERSITY Hall. the olclest ancl best loved building on the campus. E1-ected in 1872, it has servecl. with its seventy rooms. as the headquarters of the Administration and the class- rooms and some of the laboratories of the College of Arts ancl Sciences. Every graduate of the University has known "Old Main... rv al,4'fQl!L-LQ S so :W X N 1 Y ,,1 HAM J I I x giggff-iif?g nfs.:-LQg1.q? Q J ' 'iif'..5" 3- 7'-J' 7 ,4.. K .ff ' 'H VD.2"l' A' 1 .. pr ' 'fs , 4 ,, - f,,,, ,, . N afff .Q 72- ., 'gulf' Xxx .,, X f "' '.g,1'-' ' ' s 1 -um , ! - ' xx. I WT 'if - 'ff '- ' ,,l N" M fn'-i f? ,J Vs f " TWWMS MN 1871 T' NWI . - 4 1 imftv Years of bw' -11 VI ' 5: '-,gee ' J, ' y ., J 1- ,. ,,. 1 A HE Engineering College turns out men." Down the walk to the south of the old Main is Engineering Hall, headquarters of the Engineers. With labs filled with machinery.. inventions. and other tools of progress.. it is well fitted to live up to its boast. Engineer- ing Hall was erectecl in 1904. I u . v I rv A' 1 1 will W m l I .-.-..t--.....,...-.,....... . " "1 g H m lvll'1x'Y"'1l" 1.9-mn -n.rsUxx R vt V W W V . grsvfw,--vm M ' ' ITHIN these vine-clacl walls are clevelopecl the scientific farmers of tomorrow, the leaclers of Arkansas of the future. The State can well be proucl of her College of Agriculture. Since 1906 when the building was erected the college has clevelopecl steadily. Its service recorcl is an envi- able one. x , swn.-min 1871-72 1921-22 Fifty Years of Scrviccu 1' 'W' - s ' 7 C LTHOUGH the youngest college of the University of Arkansas.. the College of Education fills one of the most important functions of the Uni- versity. From its cloors are turned out the young professors and teachers who will carry Educationqs torch to Arkan- sasis darkest corner. making for prog- ressl 'I Lf! :Q f I L Y 1 , 'Q Wx t miwflmnuwixwk IIN ,w"' "4 5 u, E UI. "1'. -- f. '- A " ' P QQ. .'A,f HEN the moon hangs low in the west. the cheery lights of the Y. M. C. A. hut heckon as the ideal gathering place for business or for fun. The Y. combines the cleanest social work with the best of religious activi- ties, holding a necessary part in the construction program of the University. 71? l92?l-'22 . , , 'Z '.' x. "V rx A fl " f .. 5,5 ,, -Nf- Tif-'2'-.ai1C..', ' ' HE building of evil odors." The Chemistry building., erected in 1906. typifles the spirit of research and advancement in the University. In the midst of the fumes from the laboratories and research rooms, are formed the men and women who are abreast with the latest scientific de- velopments-goocl citizens. 1 I 'fr'-.,xf,, 4? M , , A. K ' raw W in 1, '- ,f 4 ' 1 1551: A554 A 2 1, Ally, 'N' 5. 453 -' .V - ' ' .J C 'ff' rt ,' N" -vt- ,. 1,1 'vi'-an HE Haven of refuge from illness." The infirmary was erectecl in 1906 and since that time has fully cared for all the troubles of the students. a con- clition macle easier lay the good physi- cal condition of the men ancl women and lay the healthful surroundings of the University of Arkansas. ,ii ,.,-,.... f.. E, ,I' g 1 1871-YQ l9Ll "F1inv Y F I 1 1- ',, , .A 'sl ix 3 , - Z, . -Q. f3.z........u" '99"'U5::g1.g-L-. , , .f 'A ,. . , . . CII FS of blJ!'VI s- I... .-, ' 7""fl-f. BUILDING of solid industry and practical farm work-the Dairy Building. Here students of Agricul- ture are trained in the handling' of dairy products of all descriptions and it is here too, that the state-wide famous "University Brand Butter., is produced. Arkansas needs much of this type of work. 1871-72 1921-22 11ty Yc:1rso1' Scrvicc' M , nf -.', N MQ-at' cy, . ,iw- 1 X 5' HE center of grime and progressu -the shops. Within these well- equippecl buildings are taught the prac- tical sides of engineering and voca- tional work. hlacksmithing, auto re- pair work, carpentry. The shops are the mechanical units of service for the University. contributing to its progress. HTXHEPX' 'fm WU' if '5 .. . ,L ir ' f11""' -. 'if'-z"lrif' f -1.1 " 'xx 53" V N59 1 .mg Y J- -,ff r'--'--'rr--H 'f----'1 11 r-Qt' 'fo 1.7-Z ' ug" ,. 551415 , sw ' qw' 'fyf .-r . if 15 ' 3 I 1nv1vh, 'iQ-95.552 '-317 ' . gfgggn- ff. 'f' , v .rm ' 5?-V1'5"" - " 'J ' J ' 1, -4.5 If A 'lvl Vi" 'x XM, I r H y .li ' W1 ' ' 1' M11 " NWLKXXK IIN L,,,A,,,,,,r ,,-,.-,,,,. -,, --....-. U gl lf! X 1811 70 1-wl 4'-' ..- V - v - 'lily Ngg11':4xlt 5SM'I'XlLL HERE Midnight Oil is Burn- ing." Buchanan Hall is the oldest of all of the menqs dormitories, serving as a home for nearly one lmunclrecl men during the school year. To have gone to the University for four years and never lived in the Dormitories. is incomplete education. 4 .q,.:1:!h1x!3n, Hif i? ,y i 0 ':..1,, ' "-f 3 ' .ik 5 :VI ff' '- 1 ' 3 ,aj ',-,f.,3- 5"-r N, af' ' Syl:-ee-' " I xl fw-1M ,ff .I ff :wwf it '- ':, ' WA' ., fm' 11 " fy 0 fm' ,. 1 'f - NW' IIUMWK MN dj AL QUT? X m l 1 f If I ll! 1871-TQ l92l-21? , X . , . lxlty leurs ul SCVVICCQ is k-2 HERE hungry moutlxs are fed... Hill Hall. erected in 1901. Hill Hall is the center of Dormitory social activities. for in addition to its Dining Hall feeding 250 students daily. its Recreation Hall affords music and entertainment for an equal number. Hill Hall is the liome of about 30 men. 'IJ' Q I M X iw , ytumnwxum frm . .w'n- ., ' vt' . . 1' -lf 1 ,..,,.3-,-,,?,.,6f,4' xxx-4, f f QQ.-,mfzsn 1 Hx -.19 ,Q mc. -'-'+ If ' '. YZ, ' M f ."A' ,N ,M-1 , y U X 5 ,-4 1871-72 I91?l -Tl ffty Years of Service.. ff' ' .' 1, ., 1 - '- 1. ' 2 - .54 fun, My ,Qty , H A .H-17'J9'. ' L' -f 5,i'M'-1 '1- :yn r, . 1 i 2' :r-.gs " - - ,"-""'-:iv ' ,. A ,,,,.,, ,aan ,.,. 1 .1,,.s,, W' HEN nature paints' the world in clouds of white, there is no more beautiful spot anywhere than the Cam- pus of the University of Arkansas. Be- cause the winter was mild this year and only one snow was recorded. the pho- tographer hacl to take an early morning picture to register the complete effects. T.-.....i.---...-.. .. A Q -1 .' ' , YV Vx- Uv- N 5 V, YY, .W ,- ,,,f.,.... Y- -...,..-........ -,,.........-..,.-..-..-..1........ :, 1 44-:f 14::55e - 'AA- -f Q4,- 1 -4 Xxx -i',f" f ' " Gu-,wwf A " ww I .. :' '1,WH7f' .. "y mv, 1 . wnd1f.1W f3DWL1KSk ffm I4 X w.- lbz i'll!'X' N C21 "'l - w YQ nl bC'I'X'! 'C .' 'iL'p'0ea4.u,n"' . ww-..,.,..... v. , HE center of interest on the campus." Carnall Hall. erected in 1906, is the home of over one hundred women students of the University. Social activities on the campus radiate from the women's dormitory, a fact that any student of the past or present discovered early in his college years. 41 I xx? f L 1 I ai mlm , ummm INN .N--':' g -I ,si K- ff f rf. , ,,5.-v,,SL, i 3153-Q5 T - iQ-w?"'lXm. '.3 "f" . N ?Q'L'fQEff'if'L47A' Kp Q2 ' f ' ' 'l',lf'?2-' A " 11? ,, ' ' 'I ,I X l 6 ' Mc. W ,xr , -, .'v, 7 ' ' ,, , ,,l a full' -'g n ' U l87l-T2 1921-Q2 iffy Years of Service.. W N A worlcl apart from ours"-river scene on White River east of Fayette- ville. The Ozark Mountains afford some of the most beautiful surrouncl- ings that could be conceived for a State University and the University of Arkansas has been particularly fortu- nate in its location. 1 . - ' - f"' .mv -,J Li:--5 M' r . . ,..,,.-.. , . . . . 4 ,ff .. ' ,- -xxigf-.1 L ',.-95. Y .-v fbkfary g.. , 1' -'TA . ".-':L'... ., '. , .. ' V ,. No.xH PUTNAM Guns Annum' NVEBB Bisnov Tie U 1zz'fuersz'zfy gf elrflwzsas 1872-1922 In 1871 the Legislature of Arkansas passed an act accepting the condition of the Congressional Land Grant Act CMorrillj of 1862, providing for financial aid to state institutions of higher and technical education and creating the Arkansas Industrial University. When the University first opened its doors to students, January 22, 1872, the equipment consisted of a spacious campus on which was a dwelling house remodeled for recitation rooms and a frame building two stories high, both supplied with stoves, desks, maps, charts, and blackboards. The first day four instructors greeted seven students. By the end of the year, the en- rollment reached 101. The board had considerable difficulty in finding a President and induced Professor Gates to act in that capacity until 1873, when General A. W. Bishop was elected. He served until 1875, when Professor Gates again occupied the presidcnt's chair holding it until 1877. This was the period of foundation work under very adverse conditions. The financial support was small--hardly more than 355,000 a year in state appropriations, the warrants on which sold at a heavy discount, plus 310,000 from the endowment, and educational standards were very low. The administration of General D. H. Hill C1877-18845, was a notable one, though somewhat stormy. He secured a considerable increase in state appro- priations, began to equip the various departments and laid the foundations for laboratories. While a man of scholarly attainments and high standards, he had to hght against several members of the faculty who wanted to raise the standards considerably above the capacity of the students. His resignation was regretfully accepted by the Board. Following the direction of the Legislature, the Board wiped the state clean and started anew by the election of Colonel George M. Edgar C1884-18871 as president. This administration is notable for the beginning of work in agriculture. Being opposed to the policy demanded by the legislation of 1887, Colonel Edgar resigned. To carry out the policy of industrializing the University, the Board elected Colonel E. H. Murfee. Students were required to labor three hours a day, for Page 25 ' .,,.f, -V pf, -.Z- ', g . ' - f- ff..f', , , --M' , -1,1 '-,X, '--ff, '-.,f. .,f , f-., -f ---,j.fj-f.,yrg-.,,Lx4--.,,-,I- 4 2? fffza-4:1 ff.1,z-,fa rffzrvzfzn-sawfy,Q:.':: .f Q: u::4:Q22 :f .1:-5nu:.':4-pn::p:1-zz-2 5: -.,. 12:1-. sg- : . -- 1 . L :41:.f:f.':. .':: : Q1 s A. .,fff- ff,i"f"!'- 4.-1-5421? J" L! ,,., 'jf 'vm -5, ,Jo . 5--1-4 w . , - Z which they received from three cents Cclassical studentsj to ten cents Cagricul- tural studentsl an hour. This practice was found very unsatisfactory and with the passing of the "agrarian movement," was abandoned. 615 Gizouou MAT!-nsws linoixu DANIEL Hixuvicv l-lu.L ' The administration of Dr. john L. Buchanan C1894-19025 was one of com- parative calm. Largely through his influence the name was changed to Uni- versity of Arkansas. The appropriations were increased considerably, but the Board, in opposition to Dr. Buchanan, was parsimonious in salaries. The brief administration of Dr. Henry S. Hartzog C1902-51, was a period of building and of "selling" the University to the people. Appropriations were secured for several buildings, and radical changes were made in the courses of study and in the conditions for entrance. The period 1905-12, Judge john N. Tillman, President, was one of expansion, both in the teaching force and in the number of students. The number of stu- dents rose from 810 to 1,133 in 1909, but declined after that owing to the aboli- tion of the preparatory department, which finally disappeared in 1911. Beginning in 1909, the entrance requirements were increased one unit each year until they reached 14 units 119145. The summer school was started in 1909 with an enroll- men t of 98. --Q, JOHN Lum BUCHANAN EDWARD HUNTER lVlURI"liE On the retirement of President Tillman 119125, the Board asked Professor John H. Reynolds to act as President for a year while they were finding a perma- nent President. At the close of the year, Professor Reynolds left to become Page 26 F A. I, ,1jjg.1,j.ji,:.f1 ,L ,i,.,Ug .4 , :,,L...,.5', X fidiffeki .-A-J4194'-n'7y7iv6Inf-if-414-QGKZQT if 'J-1973 2- ' ' 11 L" 7492 F' '-" 1 Iii! PZZQZ Z J ,-f . .f, E ff, P-'fl ' .',f7'..' "5 vZ'aZ4 4 -..s- f... .. 15 -4, 4 4' 3.1 .'.'U"f'v4.4"-'-J " fl' , . . , . . . lf.. 'jtibftf-L ijikvolv ' . Z M',,.f- President of Hendrix College and Professor J. Ci. Futrall was elected acting- Presiclent. Before the end of the year he was elected President, a position he still holds. THE NEW PERIOD The year 1912 marks the beginning of a new period in the history of the University. During the summer a committee of the faculty worked out a plan of reorganization which was adopted by the faculty and Board and which, with a few changes, is still in effect. The chief changes of this year were the creation of an administrative council advisory to the President, a University Senate, and of faculties for each of the colleges. The administration of President Fuitrall is notable for the creation of the office of Dean for each college and for the evolution of a University plant that affords practically all of the standard types of education. Although the University was at first called f'inclustrial," for many years there was little instruction of except of the standard classical type. Naturally the college of Arts and Science developed first. It has steadily expanded from a few departments to the many of today and its courses have changed from the rigidly fixed to the freely elective type. joim NEWTON Tn.I.MixN HENRY Sums 1-Iixivrzoo Before the University ever opened its doors the board of trustees declared that its main purpose was to "educate in agriculture and the mechanic arts." From the first, there was more or less talk about these subjects. but very little instruction in them. The College of Engineering may be said to have seen the light of day in 1880 when the Department of Applied Mathematics was created, but there was no professor of agriculture until 1887, when the Legislature appro- priated flli8,000 for the department and insisted that it should be fostered. The School of Agriculture blossomed out in 1891, but did not thrive. But better days came and in 1905 the College of Agriculture was organized. The Department of Engineering had a somewhat more steady growth and became a college in 1912. From the very first, strenuous efforts were made to develop a "normal depart- ment" for the training of teachers. This, after various vicissitudes blossomed into the Department of Philosophy and Pedagogy, then into the School of Education 09131, and finally into the College of Education. For many years, beginning in 1879, a group of men in Little Rock carried on a medical college to which they added the name of the University. In 1911 it was taken over by the Legislature and made a part of the University, though no appropriation was made for it until 1915. VVhen taken over its standards Page 27 gf, fa... 1,1-24ff,pf,z-.,.,,,, ,-4y4f..,W4:f za' ...A if, ., f - , O--'G ,V , N M . . ,. , -Jyyffwza 5 - Q.. ,f A,A+f ,Mr ,V . ,,'- .,,- jf-in 4-if 53 Q fzwffx f 2 . -V-,-.,-f r'f.-ravi--1 were very low. Since then it has improved until now its two years' work is recognized by the American Medical Association. In the early days student activities were confined almost wholly to literary societies. Since 1906 debates have been held almost every year with other institutions. Numerous student publications have been started, only two of which now survive-the Traveler and the Razorback. The first chapter of a Greek letter fraternity was established at the University in 1890, the first sorority in 1896. Now there are seven of the former and five of the latter. There are also several honor societies and two Christian associations. Football was first offici- ally mentioned in 1884, but no adequate provision was made for athletics until 1890, when the athletic field was laid off. Since then the University has taken its place in the football world, also in other athletic sports. Throughout its history the University has had to live on somewhat meager fare. Up to 1886 the total appropriations amounted to only 5lB208,111, of which 35111,- 386 was for site and buildings, leaving an average of about 5lli6,4'48 for mainte- nance. The recent passage of the one-mill act, together with the government support received, places the University in position for expansion into a large institution of the best type. " What service has the University given in return for this support?' It would be difficult to say how many boys and girls have passed through-its halls, but they are numbered by the thousands. The first year, 1872, 101 matriculated, only 10 of whom were of collegiate grade. By 1880 the number was 450, of whom 150 were in the college. The maximum, 1,133, was reached in 1908, but by this time the collegiate enrollment was in excess of the preparatory. With the aboli- tion of the preparatory department and the raising of entrance requirements, the attendance declined until 1913, when it reached 611. Since then it has been steadily moving'upward, reaching 1,072 in 1922. The first graduate class, 1876, consisted of 9 members. In 1890 there were only 7, in 1921 the class numbered 77. The total number of graduates to 1921 was 1,275, of whom 899 were boys, 376 girls. Arkansas' gradu- ates and many who did not graduate have rendered high and distinguished service to the state and nation in teach- ing, law, medicine, the ministry, and politics. Also, they have taken high rank in engineering, agri- culture, and in busi- ness. ln the Great War the University played her part and many members of her faculty, the grad- uates and the stu- dent body served in the army and navy. Fifteen made the su- preme sacrifice and a bronze tablet in their memory will be un- i veiled in june. ' -David Y. Thomas. FIRST CiRADlfA'I'ING C1.Ass U. or A.-1875. Page 28 '- , 'J ' ' " lf 3-'J' --Lf?--.: A--.71'--.ffg---34'---if:---.Zia-.14'-.if,"--:ffg--.,75-0,93-..,g4--., X 1 ,-:af-::'-r 1: ,. ,,-,-Q-ff, ff447af f4Z92z:+:7xac:c zz:-z'z1:47Q4Qxfxfaz 4fffkw f fv 4 "W'.'.I,. I'-V . r V x ' 1 - 4 ,... Mizz?" .I 2 The Semz'-Celzfemzzkzl "Fifty Years of Service lo the State of Arkansas" RKANSAS' greatest historical event, the Semi-Centennial, will in a few days be a reality. The months of planning are coming to a close and everyone is now waiting for the formal opening on the tenth of the month. The Campus has taken on a holiday appearance and there is an atmosphere of expectancy among students and faculty who are waiting the beginning of the combined Home-coming and Anniversary celebrations. Saturday evening, june 10, marks the opening of the four-day fete. The annual Senior class play will be presented in the chapel at this time. Sunday morning at eleven o'clock Reverend jerry Wallace, graduate of the University, class '15, will deliver the Baccalaureate Sermon. Mr. Wallace is rector of the Christ Church of Springfield, Ill., and is recognized as one of the leading young religious speakers of America. Sunday evening the community song service will be held on the campus. Dean McCutcheon of DePauw Uni- versity, Indiana, will lead the service. Monday, june 12, is Home-coming Day, the gala day of the celebration. At this time the keys of the University will be turned over to the incoming alumni and former students of the University. . Alumni registration begins early Monday morning. At nine o'clock the "Old Grads" will form for a parade through Fayetteville, and when this demon- stration has been completed to the satisfaction of all concerned, the columns will return to the University for addresses by two of Arkansas' most illustrious former students, Marcus L. Bell, president of the Rock Island Railroad, and the Honorable joseph T. Robinson of the United States Senate. An alumni luncheon will be given at noon Monday and following the lunch- eon a business session will be held. In the afternoon there will be a special Garrison parade and review by the R. O. T. C. battalion. The evening's pro- gram begins with open house at the Campus Club and closes with a dance in the Armory. ' Tuesday morning is given over to addresses by Governor McRae, Dr. J. J. Tigert, United States Commissioner of Education, and William Bennett Bissell, president of Texas A. 62 M. College. A banquet for visiting delegates from other schools and officers of Administration will be given Tuesday noon. In the afternoon President Futrall will hold his reception. The school pageant, which has grown into a thing of elaboration and beauty under the direc- tion of Linwood Taft, foremost authority on pageantry in America, comes as a climax to the celebration Tuesday evening. Approximately every student in the University of Arkansas has been trained for a part in this spectacle. Wednesday the annual commencement program for the graduates of '22 will be held. The Commencement address is to be delivered by Chancellor Lindley of the University of Kansas, one of the leading figures in the middle West. Page 29 5 lgf'-1,7 fj'-.3 ,4--,g 1 1 . ,eff-.,7-5-.075-...g4--,,jf:-..,-,a-5-,,,j,f5-.nj -i-.,,1f?l,j2-- y Z X affffA4W'W 7Aw:fa:w47fAM1244:fy4fAyff:fz:.:ff zzz-271.1 zixfyfngix zx92:4:z1:v:zf5:?7zz7ma f ,, UL ,r v , aw K Ea M H E .T ..-Q,.,,:.,E-55,.?.,,',,-4. R52 . 3 ,4,, 3. ,, L..,,. , v,,v,3 .E 1.55. 1, .Y,,.f,Z. 12114-,fgifw H: .g I w.. . J. - , za... :2-,za 3 5 F' Q11 L: ,154 ,iv :F " '?52t'i'i'.fP' is-i':+fi4J-,zh,f L.-vial: if 2Ti'P?4w'f-2'?6ffJa'L hw.. 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I iii To remove, in so far as may be, obstacles set by birth or environment or economic circumstance: To offer to every young man and every young woman in Arkansas opportunity to attain the highest possible de- velopment: 233, To train men, no less than scientists, technicians, scholars -men who will be leaders in the upward struggle of a great people-towards a higher and better civilizationg These have been the great purposes of the University of Arkansas and the noble men and women who, for fifty years, have clone their work or found their, inspiration here. .35 May the Second half century of its existence bring to this institution a fuller realization of its idealsg and to those who may be of it a parcel and part, the joy that comes from a great 25132 task well done. -Pres. John Clinton Fnirall. Page 32 g F :: X 5 'I mai -aff? 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CRAVENS, Fayetteville HEADS OF COMMITTEES E :.i,: LZ - 2- , 55.2 Executive ...... GOVERNOR MCRAE Finance . MR. BANKS - H ,W Teachers . . . . MR. BOND 5, College of Agriculture . MR. BROWNINU 5515 Buildings and Grounds . MR. DINSMORIE Branch Norrnal School . MR. BOND 2.3! Medical College . . MR. PACE 'fs I 2 Erg ima fill :EERE -e. -Hs 4 fill hw' 5 'LJ 4 512' .2 Z as ,S I lu ggiffl fill 'lillg 2252 EW .wi E?-al 2 :HZ5 QE -gtxsl ,Kg , gig Qing 5 I f. 2. I 5543 512,52 Pave 33 A. 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WILLIAM HAMPTON CRAVENS, Auditor if 5 321 MARY ANN DAVIS, Dean of Women ' Q PEARL MARION FEARS, Registrar IM :dvi . , 555 JOHN CLARK JORDAN, Examiner GEORGE W. MCLAREN, Athletic Director 1 6 , ZW, JAMES MURRAY SHEEHAN, Director of News JULIA RAMSEY VAULx, Librarian 15" MINNIE LEE CAMPBELL, Assistant Matron, Women's Dormitory jg, BOLLING JAMES DUNN, Assistant Librarian WILLIAM S. GREGSON, General Secretary, Y. M. C. A. MISS CHARLOTTE JACKSON, General Secretary, Y. W. C. A. ' -.gg . . HH Qfggg ETHEL GRACE JOHNSON, Chief Clerk, Presidenfs Ojice 55 . INA KNERR, Assistant Librarian J ' TOM LOGAN, Head of Carpentry Shops JIM P. MATTHEWS, Assistant Librarian Vx. ' DOROTHY NATION, Superintendent of Infirmary ' FANNIE S. PARK, Matron, Women's Dorrnitor ' y !5"f PEARL WINKLEMAN, Matron, Men's Dormitories Eu zz f Page 34 UQ Til 2:5 55? .,,., ,,,,.,, , N- ,,f..1.,1f....-f.,.-.-f- f-'f--'--f-ff-----.----f--f- --'f--f-- ------'--ff--'---f-f ----f---'--f---'-' """""-"'---"- 1 ' 1 1 1 111Zi1..'5"Zj " 55 iff Tygfi Q-Q35 i 525 I 5,1 TFP'-1 15255 T155 11515 2.22-P-. ' ' -I, -.,-. 1, ,fr -., nl'-, -i, nr., r., .-.- ,'.' ,'-. A-. ,-, --, ,,' -M. .'- -'-- . " , Q iQQfv pwaf!fmv4-Wx fWWAW,af fp:wmffw4am m A4zv' fzirf rj, ,U ws' ,. ,1 Efggi ,..1 I, ,. ,111 E : 5 'x,! .,r,:! wg. ifff :I ill' Fm. gm ,f-, ini! F41 fn? Ill all 33: 2:1 1' E1 WJ Sb! vi AL 1122 Er.: :X Z. ' ,, , EU gpg 1. , ,HH if-22 E EX. EQ! E 'E fi. 'lu 'I 5542 Ei-E? 5355 grin my avg Ziff 2525 X Q Qfx H IS -rx- ,1, .l, ',,.,-,. V 5 ' W ww Q - -- gli l'a x W'4A'x 'U P Page 3 5 -gf x ZW.: gg,-1,1.,,,. ,,,. Ak6-. 1+ M :pf 4,-v4.Qz-ea: f-l, Q .. 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A.-.Q M' for natural law, -for prechc- I , ,C'f..'f.'X.', V-ff. 1 . . . g ,all tion-the scientific faculty: 5,5 , vu -A ' A . .gag .X-e ' ,, a sense for fellowship, co- 51-15 -tk! 454-,f-L, XENA, operation and Justice-the V - H it wt - ' 75-L 'Y'-'W' bolitical facult ' 'L sense for li '5 v' We 4239 ' lf F 1i"'blW'vSi l Y' ' ' A ' Wei 4,1,.f gfiggt . .tx , -whiff:-,mix the beautiful-the artistic 21,2 a...,AC. Y, sit. 5 ,V-.xx l n yr? X :XR ' 1. faculty, a sense for logic, for f Vik AXX1- XXX? 5' rigorous thinking - the 5,5 I -.-.K N xi . e'K"l" mathematical faculty: a - . :QL ' sense for wisdom, for world . .Wg , harmony, for cosmic under- :jg tail 1 tl l 1 l l f It l n c for the m ster of "' sn nilg -- 'ie Jiiosopiica acu yy ant a se sl f . ,A the Divinity-the religious faculty." Dr. Cassius Keyser, Adrain Professor of Mathematics, Columbia University. This is an admirable survey of the field of the Arts and Sciences colleges. Never before have I read anything so discriminating. All - - V55 these senses except the last when treated as a sectarian doctrine are 521.3 found in the College of Arts and Sciences m the University of Arkansas. 3.5: It is the aim of this college to develop men and women in these domains of human achievement. "By their fruits ye shall know them." 3,35 From 1910 to 1920, of 103 of our alumni who have pursued graduate courses, 88 are graduates of the College of Arts and Sciences. Limited if? space forbids that I call the long roll of lawyers, teachers, doctors, statesmen, financiers, philosophers, authors and scientists who re- ceived their inspiration and training in colleges of liberal arts. The 3-lg roll may properly be said to begin with Moses, and it contains the 2 . . . - I, 5 great majority of the earth's educated mortals since that distant date. It will include the men of outstanding character living on the earth when the Archangel's trumpet shall sound and time will be no more. , 327 --George Wesley Drake. iiiiai 553 iilz 2175 Page 36 :x'Z l..i """"'- '-"-"-""""'f"'-H-'-'--'"" "1"''":"'::':'fL'.:':'.:"1'.2""'z:":.:':':""""""':"'":::::tZ1:C',::LEi7g5 f f 351 'f Q-1 1:7Q1f.:,ai2ef.:.az:ffQ , ff ff f!!! Q Qkkkial plz? wrvgdwfwzwfkkzwfw afwfn 7w7f4WrWfyaz:4WWw 4 v , .-Zak. ,pn , , 5:1 xi- 5'E' 2 i,:1 - Vx .. :.:: .wg :Zu V,-5 i::. ,ig 255: -, , ERIE' :'9 V, iff! ff? :mg 1:12 572: 352 ZF? .:: 5f:fg Eff? 2535 EEg.j 515-5 11? 2 .iff fig? -ug ::..5 2.11, gin 'QT2 51 :xii .1 fin? 53111 L5 3 z Q , :uf 55.12 f'," iff? EZ gif., 5 ..n5 EZ safff 52' 5535 :L ,mg , Efif 57:52 gggg 551.5 .,.,e , E152 12:4 :.52 "Z .. , 5 512 iii 5511! Za ,z g:S'E !'1': 5 3:22 .. 5 i,. ..,, 5215 15145 1 1 5 5,223 52,25 :Hi !i'.', ini? 213 35152 N12 :' 2 'E .a:,, we . f an .. SS. ,,2 1-Q" if 1:1 s.. , 'EE Ser? 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D., Dean Anczenl Languages ,A rl PROF- HENRY H- STRAUSS. M- A- MISS ELIZABETH J. GAI.BRAITI-I, B. A. PROP- JOHN L- HANCOCK- Ph- D- MISS GLADYS G. GILL, B. S. MISS GERTRUDE M. BEDELL Bolany ' 4 Z3 . , 5 PROIP. JOHN T. BUCHHOLZ, Ph. D. Chemistry , , ,. PROF. SAMUEL C. DELLINGER M. A. gf A ' PROE. HARIIISON HALE, Ph. D. - 55,2 Ecoylomjcs and Sociology PROF. IEDGAR WERTHEIB'I, Ph. D. 1 ' PROF. ALLAN S.'-HUMPHREYS, M. S. PROF. JULIAN S. WATERMAN, M. A. MR, LYMAN E, PORTER, Ph' D, 23.4 PROF. JOHN W. SCOTT, M. A. iff.: MR. GIEORGIE B. MCCTOWEN, B. Expression . --2 English P MRS. WILLIE V. CROCKIETT Cleavej PROF. VIRGII. L. JONES, Ph. D. MISS CARRIE AIJELA RANKIN, B. A. PROF. JOHN C. JORDAN, Ph. D. --if PROE. GEORGE E. HAS'rINGS, Ph. D. Geology PROIP. JOBIELLE HOLCOMEE, M. A. ' PROF. MURRAY SHEEHAN, M. A. PROF. GILBERT H. CADY, Ph. D. MR. LEROY H. BERARD, M. A. PROF. ELMSLIE T. THOMAS, M. A. iii- MR. MIERRILI. DAKIN, Ph. D. U - ' I . , Hzstory and Polzlzcal Sczence Egg German P D Y T Ph D ,ig - ROF. AVID . I-IOMAS, . . PROF- ALFRED E- LUSSKYI Ph- D- PROF. LELAND HAMILTON, M. A. . . uf, M allzematzcs and Astronomy Mil- A ig .12 5 1 nary rl WZ PROF. GEORGE W. DROKIE, LL. D. f PROF. ARTHUR M. HARDING, Ph. D. MAJ. KENNETH M. HALl'INE, U. S. A. MISS JIEWELL C. HUGPIES, M. A. CAPTAIN MIXCEX' L. DII.I., U. S. A. gfju MR. WARD H. TAYLOR, M. A. SGT. JACK M. GREATI-IOUSE Q52 EW' . SGT. RUSSELL I.. KIKER 21.83 Mzeszc 15535 . . iii" 3 PROIP. HIENRY D. TOVEY, Mus. D. Physzcal Educatwnfor Women 1152 MRS. MARY C. BATEMAN, B. A. g Z MR, IQAVID C, HANSARD MISS ILMELINE L. QREEXQ NIR, EUGENE I-IASSELL MISS MARGIXRET IL. ASKILXY MR. ONVEN C. MITCHEI.L fir . Physics . xi Psychology and Phzlosophy 4 PROF GII ES F RIPLEY M S EW! PROE. ARTHUR M. ORDAY Ph. D. ' ' " ' ' ' ' :- J 1 ' PROF. CI-IARLES F. HILL, Ph. D. Romance Languages A Q zine PROP. ANTONIO MAIQINONI, M. A. Zoology ' If PROP' ALIRFD E' LQSSKY' Ph' D' PROF. FRANK W. 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Some of these are restricted to students of the College of Arts and Sciences, others are open to the entire University student 'fig ' 5 body, although in the main, their membership is made up from the Arts and Science body. ' 1 21-.13 The Skull and Torch Honor Society is restricted to juniors and Seniors 2 in the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Education. Membership fi is based upon unusually high scholarship and personal character of the student. 'iff . .... . . x' Tau Kappa Alpha, national intercollegiate debating fraternity, is restricted 5 "l to dcbators who compete on the platform for forensic honors for Arkansas. Pi l., Delta Epsilon is a national honorary journalistic fraternity,a reward for consistent 'lr work on school ublications. Phi Al ha Theta, a national historical fraternit , '27 if p D Y ii!O 2' rewards high scholastic work in the branch of history. Alpha Phi Epsilon re- wards consistent and faithful work in Literary society activities. Scabbard and Blade is the reward for extraordinary good work and personal character disclosed in University military work. All of these organizations are open to the general University public. ggi There are three literary societies, all with headquarters in the College of if Arts and Sciences. The Periclean and Garland-Lee are the men's organizations, ll.- whilc the Sapphic is the organ for the women. Regular weekly meetings are held by these groups. ' 'iii Delta Phi, fraternal Pre-Medic Club, is restricted to students whointend QE to enter the profession of medicine. Problems and questions arising in the medical 2 g world are discussed by this body and social activities make up a part of its work. if . . . .lf The Mathematics Club is a research body, organized for the purpose of studying phases of mathematics that cannot be touched in the classroom. 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The College of Engineering , seeks to train young men for use- ' ' X ful and practical citizenship. To L : 1- ,. -. e . 1 it gtg:-S - this end they are given thorough .B if - . courses in the sciences, pure and - X, ,ay ., 91 applied, which will, form the ' ' ui-lff foundation of correct engineer- 1 I-Q gg as '-az. X QQ, - I . . . 'j ing theory. , English, Foreign : ': -. v - . . V . QQQ, gi, and Modern Languages, Busi- , 5 gi .X -as :WM , . , 5.11-X Af ness Law, Industrial Manage- f 1' I ' . ' lx 4943. ment and other courses in Eco- f ff' ,Q 1 '- K K. :P N . . ri F- -.M ' nomics, give the general culture ' f if -1 Xaf. .1 Y .a . . . , . Egg g ag QQ 1-ax ' f- . l,Ha5- and business training sides of 1 11,1 . -1'-, '-r' iw H. -4 1e,' . . -. ' . . Q-gg ,. 4, Skt lf' ' 112615-gli. their education, while a limited 5 gigs:-,i,g,k, g X. girl 'gd amount of practice in Engineer- 525' v ',-A-15 . ' re 1' -. H ' vi . . gffg isp.. fa' -H-X . za ,X ill mg subjects enables the young S h' - E , L, M x x' gQXl.Q,Qh,ifW5i engineering graduates to more Rig l5llf'fk " 3-'lfllll' uickl fi d th l -' ' h K . -.1 . q y n emse ves in t e E'fEi We if : .ff '-Xi". X253 . ' field of the great Profession of -1l+f2u,,-' 'i ' Q Engineering. , 2,151 Modern Engineering means not only the control anzl use of the ea . . . Q' 'g forces and materials of nature for the betterment and happiness of mankind, but it includes as well, the efficient organization and direc- 2133 tion of men. Q jg, Engineering training must produce men with the qualities of , leadership, insight and organizing ability: men of vision-dreamers, 5, 5 if you will-who have the ability to make their dreams come true. 2 2-if WE? -W. N. 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P11110 0-F TL!-T933?S,i21i?f2g?.?f'-i fT3".3fi1i.fi791"7fT'iff''j2'fl7'7,2'9E'i71' fl-f.e.ffe11S.i2j'7:EZ2'ifif ff 'l 2,-.fQZQ,f,,,. ., '..,,4Lk-5, f,44.,:,,1-4, 4 ,.,.,1,-ilwzwz-:4a:f-zaf:.x1-pw'-1,Q1 :pi QQ Maw,-zz. .,f., ,,f,f , ,fn , ,. . ,. . ,ff I ff' 2 I4-5 s z ng. ..,g V 7 .Es :Q i 54 cl357.3'FGY11EiClC """""""""' " K' ""' .,,, ,,,,,, , gf" " A' iiffe aff 53 ai ' . . 25:35 A "IE 5 College of Engineering . ' ?!':' WII.LIANI NATHAN GLADSON, Ph. DI, Dean I . Chemical Engineering J Civil Engineering . . . ' ' " lik' , PROF- HARRISON HAI-121 Ph- D- PROF. GEORGE P. STOCKER, B. S. J? PROF- EDGAR WERTHEIMI Ph- D- PROE. WARREN R. SPENCER, C. E. 12. v ' , F PROF. ALLAN S. HUMPHREYS. M. S. MR- THOMAS B. MULLIN, M. 5, J MR. LYMAN E. PORTER, Ph. D. - , ., E .X Y' E' fl Q . . . . Ileat Power En ineerzn and 5.5 Electrical Engineering , g g I ', 5 Mechanical Arts it PROF. WILLIAM N. GLADSON, Ph. D. 3 - PROF. WILLIAM B. STELZNER, M. S. PROE. F. G. BAENDER, M. M. E. MR. WILLIAM L. TEAGUE, B. E. E. MR. JERRY E. STILLWELL, M. E. ,fl -45 , , , ii ' MR. RALPH E.. KING, B. S. In E. E. MR. GUY B. IRBY, B. M. E. Igf. MR. LOY E. BARTON, B. E. E. MR. JAMES DINWIDDIE 5 ' '. " : 4 MR. LEVI C. STARBIRD, B. E. E. MR. JAMES A. JONES J! MR. H. W. MCKINLEY, B. S. in E. E. MR. ANDREXV J. THOMPSON Ex 2' ' 24 Experimental Engineering and Drawing . 1. I , -If PROE. BIRTON NEIL YVILSON, M. M. E. MR. THOMAS B. MULLIN, M. S. 9:15 Minirzg Engineering 2 i :Iva PROF. GILBERT H. CADY, Ph. D. Z , I5 1 gi-gi PROF. ELMSLIE T. THOMAS, M. A. 13g 'gl : .J I--- ZAUE HX sfiif 5322 J si' I .fn 'QQ if. 25.52 iff 51 i I 2-ri .5 9-YE 1 Y 4 'I -2 I sf" iii! , if. 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E. - HE University of Arkansas Branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, founded in 1904, has as its object the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical engineering, the allied arts and sciences, and the development of the individual engineer. The organization' endeavors to further in every way the social and technical interests of Electrical Engineer majors. Membership is open to all interested in this phase of engineering. I , Nj' A. s. M. E. . , ,- To further the advancement of theory and practice in Mechanical Engineer- ing, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers owes its conception. The 3 Arkansas chapter of the A..S. M. E. was founded in 1910. Membership is open f to all engineers interested in mechanical engineering, and the organization, in addition to giving technical advancement, also is devoted to social development. V TAU BETA PI Tau Beta Pi is a national honorary Engineering fraternity. Its objects are the recognition, promotion and encouragment of high scholarship in the engineering profession as well as good fellowship among the men. The chapter was founded in 1912. Membership is elective. GENERAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY The first General Engineering Society was organized in 1906 with the object of bringing all engineering students and faculty into a closer relationship socially 25 'rg and to broaden the training of the student body in giving a definite knowledge of work in all branches of engineering. The present Society 'functions merely as the directing board of the annual Engineers' celebration, this transformation taking place in 1909. The organization includes every engineering student on it-gg the campus. U. S. C. E. The University Society of Civil Engineers was organized during the fall term of 1920., The students taking Civil Engineering felt the need of an or- ganization among themselves for the promotion of fellowship and for the gaining 35,15 of experience in discussing or explaining engineering problems before an audience. ME The society has had practically all of the junior and Senior Civils as members since its organization. It meets weekly. f f A. A. E. The student chapter of the American Association of Engineers was or- ganized in 1920. Its purpose is to acquaint the student with the ideals and pur- 151 5 poses of the parent organization, and to put him into line for advancement into higher ranks of the association. The organization aids the undergraduates QQ: in securing summer employment and graduates in finding permanent work. . 55' DELTA PSI The Delta Psi fraternity is a local engineering fraternity organized in 1910. Its membership consists of junior and Seniors in the college selected on a basis ff? of fellowship. The society at present has 16 members. It is taking steps W5 toward affiliation with a national engineering fraternity. fig Page 46 s!'1 525 X 2:1111 ::::: ::g Z1Z1Zg11zZ23'.ZEi3EZgE?121g2':3':3i3?152E1 325- -,yxzg 51:15:15 23,111 'fyazg 55:5 ' 'gil Qjzggy-i,j2"f . ,, . .. z., .,. .hi A ,H ,V r -.,, ,-., , --., 4 ,., , -. -. ., , -. P - g -. , A. - . -- 1 v '- g X "4 QQ2?fZr?MW v 4v A :4 ,u LWfzyyffAvfx M 4mv.49' y ffwzwzcfffff f f' - ' EL! 11, 2 2 E Nga . I 21215 5,53 S1425 513.421 f.!5i L'll! fgei iii: 5551 255: SKU: 2554 51:51 fz,1E 2333! ffl: 111.4 gxii 2,1 , 5 if! 5: ,1 55,111 :NU ex N5 -121 gn: :AEE E259 iiwx 211 EW? ,aw x ff", 4 'S M , 5 ..gz j -, , .ngq '33 fn' J2:ivlg,?fi 2,.f..f-mu? L, QW I r f!! , ..,. :J , 1 Q '1 fe, QC? I 1 2' f x SS xl f 'XXX Wfmgiffi' . .JJ 5555 +5 if? LX 1, Q 'lf- .2452 LY age v., ..r E , AW? 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L 2,-, , ,in 212222 F! 35" 5 1 Zf f f f frfj ' 41' v-f- whiff-ffafzfi, CM-ut, If - 4, ff ,7,,A, ,,-. , 1, ,,,,,-...f.- ,f ,-if '--.,, 'nN!!4yf,f., 3 5 Ay, X i f'Education is that training - which will enable a child to do ,-.- Ax ' better those things, whatever vlgiigxf they may be, that he may nor- EW? 4 mally be expected to do anyway." 5 It is with such an aim. in mind, V' ds x 1 and kept constantly in view-for '4:,as'N':'1-biiwvhx 3 XT' the children of Arkansas, that the , 'I' College of Education makes its plans and does its workgiday by 'hge - T -jf day and year by year. It includes ,X "o 'f f a college faculty of experts, so - that prospective teachers of pri- it H-:SMX ' mary work, or any of the academic '-.N fr .. branches found in the usual high gi. I school, or of gigriculture, mariual training, the ne arts, the lI1lllS- . 4,A1,,j:g55,g3--eggs trial arts or home economics, ,ii -'Q 1 'iffpfyjff " V may find themselves associated 2 'Ml' with some one of peculiar talent and training in their respective lines of desire and endeavor. It includes a Training School, in which prospective teachers learn how best to help young students to do better those things which they would do anyway. The faculties of 'all the other colleges of the University are drawn , upon for the teaching of the subject matter in all the various lines in 5 1 which the student may find his major interest. In addition there are ' included among the strictly professional departments those of Agri- cultural Education, Home Economics, Industrial Education, Psy- chology, School Administration and Secondary Education. Members of the faculty have inaugurated the policy of going out ' into the state and holding regular classes weekly. This is done for the teachers of Batesville, Bentonville, Harrison, Rogers, Fort Smith and Van Buren. Other towns and cities have applied for- such classes. Literally scores and scores of teachers are taking class work by corre- 2 spondence. During the year over a thousand students took regular class work for credit during the summer school, the three, terms of the academic year and through the exten ion work of the college. 'I -J. R. Jewell. i-25 5 1 1325 T :ggi iii? P00648 .4-1-.fy-f-.f.,-, ss. .. , , , , w Wz WQ AM f pg, QQ.. yy. arm 2, , 2. Q Qzfi 5. 425 924 pkfzzz lv ik . ff fa, 52 :a, .,. ., ,.,, , , zgwW4fW492Az?z4yffQ,1ff:az-Qwynfyzwiagg' 12 I 1' 17-,,ff f4Wfff?7f-fjfff -1-Zfff-?Q ff9'i' 552:-.,:f5,A"'Z,....5.,,A:,, ZW,-fl--.,li-.HI75-.,-rX Q--,415 K 5-U2 ag. Q ,7!j,,:g,V-H, 1.1 -:!c,,'-'I,A.,'-I: 4 auf? .,-'if awry? ,I-HQ ff - "" "H"ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZCZZZZZLllllllllllllllflZZZZTTZ7 17 , ' . 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DR. M. JORDAN Secondary Education . - DR. HENRY G. HOTZ School Administration . . DR. CHARLES M. REINOEHL University Training School . GEORGE N. CADE, Director Supervisor of Science . . . . . D. MARRI-IAM " Supervisor Vocational Education M. R. ENSIGN A Supervisor of French. . . . I JAMES KESSLER Supervisor English and History MISS MADDE EV. BUNKER Supervisor of Mathematics . . - MISS LEORA BLAIR if, . . MISS STELLA PALMER ff? 347, Supervisor of Home Economics MISS BLANCH GRAY 521, Supervisor Physical Training . MISS EMILINE GREEN ,ji ' Supervisor Primary Teaching . . MISS E. PURNELL WILSON UQ-3 2-lg Supervisor Industrial Art . MISS ELIZABETH GALBRAITH 'ff EES UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL Student- Teachers Q I Hx' ,if ALBRIGHT, SPENCER D. GOODWIN, MATHILDE MCKENZIIE, ARTHUR 5242 QQ' BARTON, LELA HAYS, ORAN PADDOCK, GRACE BLODGETT, GEORGE F. HINDS, HAZEL PARKER, MARY BURGE, CECIL HORN, MARCUERITE PETTIGREXV, LUCY 55" BURKE, ZELIA HONVARD, ISAAC RICHARDSON, DAVIS CARRUTH, MARY HUDGINS, HELEN RODGERS, LOIS ff? COBB, JESSIE MAY JEFFREY, VOGEI. RUSHING, GARLAND I- DAVIS, OPAL JOHNS, VESTAL SANDERSON, SHELLEY ,Q DIXON, MELEA JOHNSON, MARY SCHOONOVER, WM. J. lj 5 ELLIS, MARTHA BELLE JORDAN, FRANCES STRICKLAND, LUCY Q I FERGUSON, DORCAS JUDY, FRIEDA STUBBLEFIELD, GARLAND Q1 I FEITZ, ROSELLA KITCHENS, THELMA THORNBERRY, MARION FUTRALI., HELEN KNERR, DOROTHY WALL.ACE, ALVERTA GREGSON, DOROTHY LITTLE, MARSHALL VVINTERS, LOIS GARRETT, BEATRICE MAHAEFEY, GRACE WHALEX', ALLENE 'g' . A f u. 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Here the student teacher meets the problems of fly? teaching as they appear in the public schools, but unlike in the public schools, . . . ' f the,supervisor is close at hand to help him solve the problem. The children for the elementary schools are drawn from the immediate neighborhood of the University. The pupils in the Huh School come from every part of the state. The University of Arkansas ollers high school oppor- tunities to the youth of the state who has no such opportunities in his own com- munity or who has exhausted the possibilities of the home school. VVhile the purpose of the training school is to furnish facilities for practice teaching, the standard of work of the pupil is the first consideration and the highest possible standard is thus maintained. Page 5.1 1111 11 Z 2111 11 1 11111 17 ' 1 1 1111121 111111 11 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111'.1',1'.'.'.11111111111112112111 I Z 1112111111 1111111111111',3Z1111l2?' 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CHRIHTIAN PRICE H. DICKSON NORMAN H. DOWNING JOHN B. EARLE RUTH JESSIE BARROWS RIITH BELLINGRATH MARY EMMA BOOQUIN LUCILE C. BROWN RUTH BROWNING ROBERT H. BRUCE CHARLES S. BUNCH MILDRED V. BUNCH PAUL F. CARRUTH S. O. CLARK HENRY COCHRAN ALICE CRENSHAW THEI.MA MCCATHERINE CHARLES E. SFZNYARD PHILLII' D. SIMS DWIGHT STROUPE MILDRED R. WAIIIIEN ' f fr-,ff "ff..1.f:-.,,' ' f 14x li : E 1 5 2 iff? iii, 5 I' ' ' ! 2 i? ,, . . I s HT? Stock Jqflrzinn Tvmn Ilomr' Ea .Sr'u'inf1 Class Q 5 In the Ixflrhvns AqriJIm1ors and Srnfors 55,3 In 4 f ' A ll .A ' 1 offer Q 1 e C0 ege 0 A grzcu ture .iff I 7.5 I I 2" SENIORS 1 I RICHARD H. HOLIIERIIY GLENN 0. RANDALL NIARVIN D. JOHNSON , MILDRED M. C. HORN RICHARD C. RANKIN BENJAMIN A. LINCOLN EIINA HUENI-'ELO WIIIIIIAM F. SCARBOROUGH OPAL L. DAVIS MARY E. JOHNSON DEWEI' S. THOMASON .I UNIORS MRS. G. R. SUTTON C. T. SMITH Wll.l,IAM LEA POwEI.L f' JOE G. BENNETT CLARA D. SPENCER MILTON B. SLADE ' ALFRED C. HALE SAM A. THOMASON DEWITT M. SMITH GEORGE A. HALE NELLE S. ZACHRI' GLEN H. STRINGFIEID A-gg ANN LUNETTE HEDGEPETH ODESSA PEARCE ELIZABETH E. THOMPSON W I.-E0 HEERWAGEN JOHN H. RODGERS WM. M. LEFORS V gg GRACE E. HODGES DUKE M. ROOT 2,2 SOPIIOMORES CARLIN L. RODGERS MARY L. GILLESPIE ILA MOALLISIER GEORGE WALLACE MARION B. HANKS CARRICK L. MCCOLLOCH qfjg E. C. ATKINS FRANK HORSI-'A Ll. MARGARET OAKLEY ' 5,5 LARKIN FITCH TRAVIS R. THOMAS NANCY ETHEL OWENS 5 BIIRRI LL A. FLETCHER MABIIE WlI.KlNS SAM EDGAR POE EDWIN FOx PANSY B. KELLY EDITH UHL , WALDO FRAZIER OLIVE MAE KERR NORA LEE WOOD GEORGE A. JACKSON FRESHMEN OLLIE MCCAULE1' TERRY B. HIGIIT RUTH POWELL 5 NEI.LIE WHITI-'ORD CHARLES F. HOI-IcINs ARTHUR ELMO REED , 2 COLEMAN D. BURNS WEALTH1' JOHNSON CHARLES N. ROBINSON JOHN B. HARRIS EDYTH A. JORDAN L. N. SHOPTAW 3,5 FANNIE HARRIS HELEN LLIOILE MONAIIR VIVIAN SIMMONS I-ig LENA M. DAVIS MARTHA E. WHITMORE HELEN SKELTON 5-5,2 HAZEII M. DOTSON JOSEI-H C. GADOY ARMON SMITH 3.1 Q MIIIDRED E. GATLING EARL A. SMITH FRED A. SMITH 5 IYLYB R. GOE DANNIE NELMB ETHYLE R. TUNSTILL I 5.2 JACK E. GORUM FRANK A. 0'NEAL WILLIAM F. Wll4S0N 5-'gg THOMAS B. GREEK FRANCES PARKER CHAS. W. GEARI' ORvILI.E J. HALL I ADA PHILLIPS TUELL A. WHITE gpg BETH HARRINGTON NEl.l.lE MAI' PLANK ,gg ' SPECIALS LAWRENCE QIIATTLEHAUM MRS. MAIILE FLEAK MRS. GEORGE B. MOLAREN EDWIN B. 0'CONNOR BROWN HENRY MRS. MAUDE MGOLRATH EDMOND DUI-RAS WIIILIS T. KEMPER MRS. V. F. PATE 'f Page 56- In 5 . 215 2 ig: . .. .......... . . -,--, . -.-.-..... - .... . .. ......,..,.. ..,.......,..,.,. . ..,,,,...:g:fE 'izff if '3 iiaw Q-fffsplg i1f2ff.211+'.iz11f.inff- rpkjf-12:15-i Q5151.22515-1:a152.z2a1:Q21Q11545 ff4:1Pf 7- ff-ik-15,1 'ff911111,: 44542-. f.'.f,f.i1f1I'fJ1f4'." :L.l:f.'-55.-I4 ff ' 1 5794515449:Ji-?I'74 Z ,J.LM ggi ,.:.f,r-'ff .ffazlgeygvwf . - lf2"'ff-mr-1,13 134,24-cv wif V . fifffd 5 ' 1 I -' f.' I' ' , "' .,-,.1.,f-fff, Ji- 'Lag-5'-.fi A- fa!-4fi'1I'f:v'fr 1' ---- 1-A-f . ff ' V, .f College o f effgrtcnltnre BRADFORD IQNAPP, D. Agr., Dean A gricnltnral Chemistry A gricnltnral Economics PROF. JOHN W. READ, M. S. PROF. BRADFORD KNAI'1', D. Agr. PROF. BARNETT SURE, Ph. D. PROF. ALBERT D. MCNAIR, M. S. Agronomy PROF. PROF. PROF. PROF. PROF. MR. RUSSELL H. AUSTIN, B. A. PROF. PROF. H 0 PROF. PROF. PROF. MISS MISS MISS MISS PROF. JEAN HILL, B. A. in Ed. MYRTLE A. NELSON, Ph. B. CELESTINE ROACI-I, B. S. in Ed. GI.AIDYS GII.L A gricnltnral Engineering PROF. FREDERICK A. WIRT, B. S. in C. E. - Animal Husbandry and Dairying MARTIN NELSON, M. WARD H. SACIIS, M. A. C. K. MCCLELLAND, M. S. A. ' LYNN W. OSBORN, B. S. A. JACOB OSBORN WARE, M. S. PROF. H. E. DVORACHEK, B. S. Agr. PROF. RALPI-I H. MASON, B. S. Agr. PROF. HARRY E. REED, B. S. A. PROF. S. RODNEY STOUT, B. A. MR. RUSSELL A. HUN'I', B. S. Agr. MR. W. C. WILBANKS, B. S. A. Bacteriology and Pathology PROF. WILLIAM LESLIE BLEEKER, D. V. M. E t Z . n omo ogy Horticulture DWIGHT ISLEY, M. A. W. J. BAERG, B. A. Cleavep PROF. JOHN RALPH COOPER, M. PROF. CIIARLES W. RAPP, M. S. me Economics STELLA PALMER, M. A. BLANCIIE GRAY, B. CLARA R. SCHMIDT, B. S. E. PfarfPafh010f1y PROF. JOHN A. ELLIOTT, Ph. D. PROF. RAYMOND F. CRAWFORD, M. PROF. H. R. ROSEN, M. Cleaveh S. Veterinary Science DR. JOE H. BUX, State Veterinarian ROLAND M. Gow, D. V. M. PROF. JOSEPH E. SYFERD, D. V. M. Faculty Members Of Related Departments to College of Agriculture DR DR DR Page 57 PROF. M. R. ENSIGN, Agricultural Education .... . . J. T. BUCI-II-IOLz, Botany .... . . HARRISON I-IALE, Chemistry DR. J. S. VVATERMAN, Economics . . . V. L. JONES, English . . and Experiment Station : . Education Arts and Sciences . Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences . 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K E 'Z-E 2 Q21 2 71Si5 5315 -HW , , .' 1552 HIE On 11112 Farm H15 7,15 if? 5 , 'f egws f 5 Page .18 ,Hg 2: Ei I 22.1-.1 'fat' 711: M5 . gr ..:,:Ii pgiz11:::'.:',':,:::1z1::1:::: . Q .riizg11:-,'.','.1z:z:',':,1'.-5.11:1111111119111:11:111111:1:1:::::1:::::',3:.::ifi 5 f f:-V. , ff- '- 'I fr-.,v','--:fin--1A---,aff-'15,-1 - A 4 'f Qig2,,74, . Hfffwo, f, ffvp 1,4 :-:z:a2.yg':fff,, ',92222:4f'f:7 -:-fzozzbwfg fore-J 1,1waQwvznyafa7ffffff4z4z44Ww7faf C C rs. Q1 grieultuml Extenaon M. T. PAYNE ..... Director State Agents in Charge Miss CONNIE J. BONHLAGEL . W. J. JERNIGAN . . . Home Demonstration Work . Boys' and Girls' Club Work District Agents J. C. HARNETT J. E. MCKELL K. THATCHER S. P. WEIGAli1' MIEE ALICE BIIIDIII-is Miss SALIIIE CHAMEERLAIN Miss FRANK Cooi-woon MII-Is ELLA POHEY Specialists B. S. CLAYTON . . . Farm Drainage MISS GI-:RTIILIIIE E. CONANT . D . Cookery R. L. FOFITER . . . Editor Miss LEO GRIFFIN . Textiles and Clothing E. A. HOIJHON . lllarketing W. H. LANEY ..... lllarketing H. B. LAN:-IIIEN . . . Poultry A. D. MCNAIR . Farm lvlanagement T. ROY REID . . . Live Stock W. H. W00Dl4Yl!' ,... Dairying C. WOOIIHBIX' . . . Horticulture COUNTY AND HOME DEMONSTRATION AGENTS 3 County County Agent Home Dem. Agent Address Arkansas W. D. EZELL MATTIE MELTON Stuttgart I Benton E. W. SMITH MRE. ELIZAIIETII TEMI-LE Bentonville Q Boone B. A. SPRADLIN Mus. B. A. HPRAIILIN Harrison .3 Bradley C. S. JOIINI-IoN JEAN Cuoas-I Warren 5 Carroll BFIN F. GREER Eureka Springs 's Chicot H. P. WOOD h1ARIAM JoNEs Lake Village Q ClaI'k ROIIERT W. SMITII Arkarlelphia 2 Cleburne Heber Springs : Conway BERTIIA SNELIIING lvlorrilton Crawford Crilntenclcn Cross 5 Desha 2 Drew ' Faulkner .l. L. PHILLIPS A. W. MILLING AE. S. BARRENTINE MRI-I. ARTIIIIR TALMAIIE FLoIIA FERIIILL Van Buren Earle - . P. REYNOLDS MRA. BIRIJ TATIIM Wynne H. A. MCPIIERI-ION IVIABEL STAY'roN lllelltzee K. V. BooTI1 lllontieello T. M. WILLIAME MIQH. C. D. TURNER Conway Fulton GENEVA CAI-ITI.EIaEIIIIY Salem Garland STEELE IQENNEDY MRN. SARAH .I. TRUIQII-II-ILL Ilot Springs llcmpstead W. IIOMER Pioo MRI-I. E. Il. Bovn Hope Hot .'pI'iIIgs BYRON W. BUTLER Aflatvern Independence J. B. DANIELS LILLIAN DEDEN Batesville Lafayette O. L. HENIQERI-ION Lewisville Lee E. B. WHITAKER SALLIE MA1 IJUDHON Aflarianna Lincoln W. A. 'PRUSEELL PEIIMELIA AIIRIAM Star City Logan IM. C. FEIIQUI-IoN MAIICELLE PIIILLII-I-I Booneville 'I S. W. HousToN SARAII WHITE Paris Lonoke S. T. BU'rToN MARY Fran Lonoke Mississippi jF. H. WIIITAKBIR BLANCIIIC FIHIIIGII Blytlteville IS. D. CARl'EN'I'l'1R Osceola Monroe W. A. OWENS Clarendon Newton RAY D. JOHNSTON Q -Jasper Ouchita HELEN Ilona.-4 Camden Phillips J. L. CHERRY JULIA LUETEII Helena Pike SAM WILLIAMS MEN. II. E. FENTON lvlurfreesboro Poinsett, E. F. B. SARGENT VIVIAN HAWKINH Harrisburg Polk C. H. ALI-IPAIIGII NIRH. MARY AUHTIN Ilffena Prairie E. P. DAIIGAN Hazen Pope M. SULLIVAN . LILY MANIIIIIIRN Russellville Pulaski J. W. SARGENT IVIINNIE T. AlIItl'lN Little Rock Scott GEo. M. JoIINI-ITON Waldron Sebastian IC. M. TIJGGLE GLADYI-I Nonwoon Ft. Smith 1.1. H. GAYEII Greenwood Sevier A. F. SCI-II-:Io DeQueen St. Francis T. W. BAILEY SALLIE LINIINEY Forrest City St-one H. M. WALKER Mountain View Union MR:-I. IVIYRTLE WATSON El Dorado Washington M. W. LIULDROW fIARll.IETT B. ICING Fayetteville Woodruil' J. E. CRITZ lVIeCrory RoxY Honns Augusta NEGRO DEMONSTRA'l'10N WORK H. C. RAY. C0111 State House. Littlo Rockl .... . District Agent , 1V1ARY L. RAY qOld State House, Little Rocki . . . District Agent Chicot T. D. SI-EAIIE Lake Village Conway J. D. RICE Plumerville ALICE VVINHTON Alenifee Crawford Lovrs JONES Van Buren Deslla CLARA DIxoN llfIeGehee lfaulkner E. T. IVIATTIHON ANNIE LATIMER Conway Lee I R. E. BRYANT JENNIE WoonwAIIn Alarianna Mismssippi MARY MCCAIN Osceola Phillius WM. HARRIS DonA HoLvIAN Helena Pulas 1 JOIIN HAIIRIH Little Rock Sebastian ANNA IJALL Ft. Smith St. Francis HILARY B. JNIITCIIEIIL LUQENIA BELL Forrest City Woodruff F. D. WIIAIITON Augusta Page 59 4, 4,3 I I- 1:3 .I- Il. lei E. I I ff :IR .1 :JI .Ea .flff .M .,. . . . . ,:..-,.,fL f f f Mx, ., '-,L-4 . f , I f N V- f vf aQzf0:z:4747fA421 :-Q '12 ',f:.vfc:4fv "U fr Quiz'121'-iff..-1,441.44 E 1. . 1: .Q ff. 9:15 ff.. . , 4-fn A 9.1. 1-zffa Lf, .1 jg . .jf . , 1,722 ' gg.-fz-T-g ,1-1-7141, ,aff ,.1,-,f -V ',f- . 0.54.42 'f1' :jf 3327, 2, f 1 V f1f,,j3z'4'41qQg'f41:y4Qf.fg:'f.jf:'j57' 5' 0 g In 2 ,ff j "'- ef' "-- 1 ,A on Wyff Qfigflflllfllfill Exiemzofz 1:55 ' NVE 111: i Q52 ' 555.2 3122 1 E5 if Q iii? 12114 .,,, 1.22 E :HZ 1115 Eizs 51155 iii, sir? 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" ' 5 11, Es I' 355, Pllflf' 61 sw' b mt eff? iii 32? ,fl if 1 272 , H, ,,,,, ,H H, , M Ur. if?-1,--g-y.::':":."x"::'a''1.":":::':g:z'':rr':rg1-px,-af--,1-:"::,":'17 ':"1::z"::a":g':"'::-a"::::'3:,''ref':':::'a-':: '6"I"i""'?"""'Z3: Q11 -.,,, , 1.,f, -uf, mf, -014 '.,, , yd -aff -V, , ---A WX, --.4 --X, f-A -04 -MX, nf , -.,f, -uf-,'-VK, --.21"-..,f,I"-,,A.""-lxff : fW 7m 1an , y wzf mf f oWf,w i.z"?,f:,ga,1 I 1q.fv.,'9f3'i " 4 lgjg.C,LLf.ll'i,.t,1Zi'w'f- f f f ,-" 1 ,- 'X he Qefzeml cfixtenfzbfz Dl.7Jl'J'i0l2 O ANYONE not on the campus of the University of V Arkansas the General Extension Division will proli- ably be of greater interest than any other part of the University. The General Extension Division represents the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Engineering and Educa- tion and its purpose is to carry the work of these three colleges to the people of the states-to place their resources at the disposal of people who would otherwise have no chance to receive their benefits. The history of the General Extension Division has been one of rapid growth and constantly enlarging use- fulness. The rudiments of the work were started in 1912 when a few correspondence courses were offered to non- resident students. The enrollment for this first year was about 50. Nothing further than the correspondence work was attempted, that phase being attended to by a Uni- versity professor on part time, and the work was relatively inconspicuous until 1913-1914, when the "Division of Extension" was formed with three services: correspondence study, lectures and addresses, and general information. In 1918 the Agricultural and'General Extension work was separated: lectures and lyceum courses were promoted and many other forward steps were taken. Chief among these was the inauguration of the educational film and slide service and the formation of a state debating league. The service suffered, however, from the fact that the two phases of work, the Agricultural and the General Extension, were both handled from the same headquarters. DR. A. M. HARDING Dirccfor The summer of 1919 was a period of great enlargement for the Division. The rapid growth of the work made changes in offices necessary very often and calls for services were often unfilled because of the overtaxed capacities of the office. ' ' In the fall of 1919 Dr. A. M. Harding was appointed Director of General Extension, at the same time holding a professorship in the College of Arts and Sciences. At this time the offices of the two Extension services were definitely divided. Dr. Harding, who received his doctor's degree at Chicago University, is a native of Arkansas and is deeply interested in the work, being eminently fitted to carry it out. He is an able public speaker and an excellent executive. In 1921 the Division was granted an increased appropriation, and since that time the office personnel has shown an enlargement commensurate with Page 6,2 , 'cg 1, --pg:1qg:.g:,1QQg:.3:21'.Q2:.fQf.:.3a1 f 3,5 ff k?,12myffwiffwzff WWff4z4VfA7WfW x4:474 xfx xxnfmf Wf ff f A y ,.,L I J A, 4, 1 . if-,f.l.f1lMf9f'-ff l,2ji'QxC,gLf,l il, g,t,.Q,,,.j.z, the growth of the service. Besides Dr. Harding, Director, and Miss Evangeline Pratt, Executive Secretary, there are four full-time stenographers and a number of student assistants. The registrations for correspondence study courses in 1919-1920 show an increase of 6592, over those in 1915-16 and the registrations in 1920-21 show an increase of 246fZ, over the same year. The total active registrations show that the General Extension Division has more students than any college on the campus. Subjects which are of the greatest interest to women's clubs over the state are selected by the Division and prepared in courses of 12 lessons each, these being sent out to interested groups. The great demand for such work is shown by the fact that there are over 1,000 women enrolled for club study in Arkansas. A new service just added by the General Extension Division is the fur- nishing of moving picture films for school and community entertainment. In cooperation with the University of Oklahoma, the Division maintains a superior film exchange, using only films selected and censored from the best productions. The work is still new,but the increasing demand for this type of service,indicates its great importance. The lectures and entertainments phase of the work of the Division is very much used. Prominent professional men and women, musicians, state officials and University professors are available to communities in the state, men pre- pared to give talks and information on almost any phase of work. This service gives business men the opportunity to hear experts in their particular line of work, gives women an opportunity to attend lectures of particular interest to them, and furnishes speakers for all special occasions, furthering the infiuence of the University and the promotion of community spirit. At present there is no fund available to cover the expenses concurrent with this service of the Division and consequently a small sum is charged to partially defray expenses. Towns in any part of the state are offered the services at the same cost, there being no advantages for the towns nearer to the University. Eighty-seven communities in fifty different counties, embracing approxi- mately 17,400 people, were reached by Extension lectures in 1920. This total greatly increased in 1921-22. Other phases of work that have achieved gratifying results are: Lyceum courses, phonograph record exchange service, class study in Extension centers, plays and recitations service, the general information service, club study outline service and many other similar types of work. Community institutes designed to secure action toward community improvement constitute another important part in the work of the Division. The Arkansas High School Debating League, a state-wide organization open to every high school in the state that aspires to high grade forensic work, Page 63 f f 2,111 Jfijjkg-..,yg1-..3,f1--.ffze-..7g---.1f:'--.:Ah-.77--.5f,---..'A'---.V5'---Z"---1 4"--5f,"'--rf:---., if--.1-1--.,z4"-.ff X'-,X X X414 fy! in Q4 f7zff 4 awWy 4i1a1 zpwzvmzvzizzm :zyz yxzaxf sf : s:Q:eQy21: Wy fZ 1 , ,... ,..,..,.,,,.,:,.:,.,,.,,.,,,,,.,,,,..., sg, :A pA4f4,f,f.wff44 pfosfaaapzf i. fifrmyhmif, 52?Qg:::.:::::.:: ,,..--------,-,-...,,-.,-,f.. f .--, M -.,,f, 4424 -..-.M KJ - lifzzzzzzzzzszzzzfz ,..,.. ..,f..ff-f,f--ff- f ,..-- ,.,,,.,, gg "'-.,,' -",.,V".' Huunxxzkf 'f . Zifli . . . . . . fi IS one of the big achievements of the DIVISION. The number of schools entered , this year was 48, embracing every section, divided into siX state districts. A handsome silver loving cup was presented the winners of the debate. Fort if Smith took the state championship from Stuttgart by the narrow margin of 5 3555 points in 2,000. The General Extension Division is of real, all-the-year-round SCFVICC to the people of the state. The slogan of the division is: , ' i 1 2 - 1: I f . Hifi ' "Arkansas University is Your University-Use It." . - iff? 1 '. X ing E lf? E ialfi gi E 3 PIE if 5 A ., .. 4 - , iff life? 5 uf? Ezii Hui HQ gf!! i x, lu 53.55 3,14 we i i 55,21 ug, 1 fill l :Eg ,fl I I f fs 1 S2 ? if .4 lg., rt I Viva X i 1 liif' HA 'Jil iw , l V M U ' 5433 -H 1 V' T V ' Y Rr ,R..QAE, . A A ' 9 . 1- ff V " T ii'l M 'N ' - T : ,, ' i'f'ii"2'lf'l'- ' Qi? ig ' 2231 " ,..:.,,.. ..-..,.. ... ....-.........-..-....-.....,...-..g.f.... 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"1A -' " "-': 1 f,'.'s fi? f-2 ' 'f': ff :-: F, ' fL-'-S4111'1'''Eliiiiiiig'?2'3iTCiQi22iE255' "'21f' 11225 zliiziffifif-QE: , Page 65 --,lf ,f', 5 In : ,"-4. 'ff-.H f ,. .Q z .- ,, I, f, .. Ixornr l"o!.vom Clinic .Y-Ray Laboratory, Isaac Folsom Clinic on , A' ' .pf-" .i ,S if . o li City Ilospiful Forte 'Page 66 lze AS' 612001 0fJlfed1'm2e The School of Medicine of the University of Arkansas was established by legislative action in 1911. Dr. james H. Lenow was the first Dean, being succeeded in 1913 by D11 Mor- gan Smith. The School of Medicine is one of the integral parts of the State Uni- versity, under the supervision of the Board of Trustees. In 1913 the Old State Capitol building was assigned to the school and instruction in the lab- oratory sciences is given in this build- ing. The old Medical School Building and the new Isaac Folsom Clinic, lo- cated at Second and Sherman streets, are connected with the City Hospital. Prior to 1919, the full four-year medical course was given, the last class graduating in june, 1919. Pending the completion of the New City Hospital, instruction in the junior and Senior years was temporarily discontin- IJEAN Moittnxx Sxlrru, M. D., Ll.. D. ued and the requirements for entrance raised from one year to two years pre- medic college work. Since 1919 the School of Medicine has enjoyed a classification of Grade HA" and is regarded as one of the high class educational institutions of the country. Students successfully completing courses here are admitted to all other grade "A" school, on the same terms as their own students. The Laboratory Departments comprise instruction in anatomy, histology and embryology, chemistry, physiology, pharmacology, pathology and bac- teriology. The laboratories are of stancflrd equipment and the faculty is on a full time basis. Anticipating the securing of adequate clinical material from the Baptist State General College and the New City Hospital, both in active process of con- struction, the Trustees have provided for the reopening of the Junior year at the next session. St. Luke's, The Baptist and the City Hospital have become affiliated with the Medical School and will be teaching hospitals of the school. Instruction in the Senior year will be resumed at the session of 1923-24, so that students in attendance at this session will have no interruption in their future medical courses. Page 67 .,.1' 42' .-2. f .1 f.7:..fQ ,ba 222, :.2,ee..f.1e:41 Af, .L , fn' 73:14 124 if aff ' ' f ' '-f-'ff' 2,21 O.-"e' ,, .M A , 7 32, ,1 xV444w:Qz:zfzaxffz,':z2':m','zw4 11422, ff"-., 11' '- f ff, ,,, j'- ,Q .5 1 Llf- , , 'fn 4 4,2-.F ff-., 5 "-If 1"-. 1 fm., 2 ff-,, 1 If-,, 147' 2 H 4 '--f- 'f'f at sC,f . ye., f..2f,?,l2f?.,2f,2.T':...' ...,. :..:.,f,,:1f 1 '-ff g 9 e ff- ------" ------ N- A.. so A 4 al..,,,2.-.,--,.,,.,,,.....,,...,,,..,,,...::::::::::s:,gg5 , ' . . . XXX, ' V. 2011" 5 The Faculty , Professor of- Chemistry 3 E. M. PEMBERTONL B. Sc., M. D. X macology l ISAAC J. JONES, M. D. . teriology I' Professor of Anatomy ' MARGARET M. Hosxms, Ph. D. Professor of Microscopical Anatomy D. A. RHINEHART, A. M., M. D. - Professor of Applied Anatomy 5234 AUGUs'rUs C. SHIPP, A. M., M. D. Professor of Preventive Medicine LAWRENCE J. Morvcfx, B. A. Associate Professor of Bacteriology CURTIS W. JONES, M. D. Associate Professor ,of Pathology WALLACE D. ROSE, M. D. Associate Professor of Medicine 'JOSEPH H. SANDERLIN, M. D. 52' Associate Professor of Pharmacology A ARTHUR R. STOVER, A. M., M. Sc., M. D. . Professor 'of Physiology and 'Phar- Professor of Pathology and Bac- CHARLES E.-GATES, A. BZ, M. Sc., M. D. fi ..f 4 ..-ef 1:1 s 2575 23525 2215 V232 ug 5551: IEEE 4712 5:55 asv? f 2 1741 iiia 'FE 71144 nag Hin? 1:25 11:5 uh: .arg 21545 1515 izwf 5115 5222 15132 - . 155.2 x5i'5 H, Q55 Lic' ga? ifeji Io? mg 55115 15.22 E215 iii? Ha-4 11,2 .-.-5 asf? :Hs E213 15,14 Mig 1- , guts .egg 52,25 EET? -.rg elif, swf .114 65225 25:5 2 53252 H12 we ,.lE .sera H114 li., H522 :tvs 55,35 is 'f H174 ...ag 1. ' USS? 2555! 2255 ii? xii! ii: gg-'lg f 1 ss! " 5 . 5325 1 fr '-. f Page 68 '25 1 if . 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I A2 Instructor in Bacteriology l :I sc : 4: : : 5 5 J. E. HAWKINS, M. D. 5532 Instructor in Anatomy PAUL W. WILSON, B. S. f Assistant in Anatomy . 51' 5 1 5 5 -E I Ei 5 irfg Iii-E ' 3 ANNA E. WENY 1,2 Q s K Technician ij X2 35:5 2 321.5 BLAKE BEEM 5 Librarian Q 2 5 2 2 'iii we Qifif 5375. LILLIAN B. HILL f 5 . gpig gtg! Registrar 5 5 51111 H5 gf gg JoI-IN R. POPPIN, M. D. E212 5 we t , II 11 4 Instructor in Physiology and Phar- .Trip 1 5 nii g 5,55 rnacology gg z " 1:43, ik! 52515 I 7' E E 5 5 .. ear.: 55 5' Qi ' GLEA HATFIELD Haiti Technician 5 ii :egg as 'Eg 1.223 E45 5 .I I 5'-J Page 69 ,f 5 :::4 55' 'Vi ge.. .5 ' gee: ifiii a :if f2'f:i4fQ2? 4Z1is2!242 :fe:fkk444f ff44f11 4:f:wzz44 f f oZ ' K 1 Ian.. .,.. . .neg , ..p. gif? 555. .v ' 1:- ? -. ' a As: r gzfeax. aff mfr V . 1.-1' L - C1-.se ' V h .,. 1Qf:y:Q1g:uf:f .' cyan,4...fe'2,a'fz44zzy zwf: ,g 1 4 I f I f 1 lk'QfC'2Qfl'3. li2l.f.Tt.l, ff -4 . Qi, 3 I ,si 1' f. Z.. SOPHOMORES Ha, was My., f. 5 , 5 221. ..n. .1 gag IZ ..! 5231: - we NVARREN W. CHAMBERLAIN Malvern, Ark. "Silent Biff" " . .B. S., Editor Calendar. Ah! As sly in his love ajairs as in hurling missiles. l - 3 Joi-IN G. Cuosuv New York, N. Y. In Armenia he is "Mr. Hovhanness Giragos Khachadoorianf' V Overseas veteran of 'Wilhelm's War. He is preparing for, Medical Missionary ggi? work. :QP 5 JOHN C. 'HERRON Little Rock, Ark. ggi? 11,-,ishn ggsxi chi Zeta Chi. ' ' He comes to school-occasionally. An jf? ardent advocate of moving the University gif-g to Newport. HERBERT H. HowzE Malvern, Ark. "Oil King" lf, "A nd still the wonder grew lalt' , That one small head could carry all he ly 1, knew." M. M. KAFKA New york, N. Y. 'iii Chi Zeta Chi. gjlf The Dean celebrated with a theatre party the day "Mack" got to school on time. 1 Dr. Witt's private Sec. and Miss Hill's 3515 pet. la. ' LX" EDWARD MCVAY Pawtucket, R. I. Dean of the College of Gallopin' Dominoes "5 and a bear with the women. He rarely fr eats and never sleeps nor works. 3: ELMER J. MUNN A Vilonia, Ark. ll? iijgf B. A., Class Secretary. lil' 125, Won fame at the battle of i. A regular fellow with all trimmings. QS ffsi lv, Miss CARRIE PHELPS l Little Rock, A rk. llf. Assistant in Hygienic lab. bil EDWARD N. SHAW A Cameron, Tex. T. N. E.: Lambda Chl Alpha, Phi Beta T QQ? Pig Delta Kappa Deutschersg Soph ll? 51- 55 president. gf! 1 A booster for the U. S. and Texas. He Elf, was ever a sport-even if SHE had to ll, Q walk home. 3g . IRVING SPITZBERG Little Rock Chi Zeta Chi. ui' The fat and funny supt. of the Phoney .' j clinic. He has advertised his Ford for l' sale because the pedals are too short to l- . 1 reach his feet. . ig . ' lil! ?f all.: f Page 70 ii., myfwffzaffffwnpyffyawf W aZffy ,W4vvy w ,' - f - ' ' G lu 5 3: I! .nl ..n ii zz az Q .-,444 2,-, . ,415 2 432 5215 iJa22'5,2.5 ,?'i?-. f I 0 -1, f f 1- X 1 1 4 1:45 .z. :Hg 'x x: zxsx' .:. ..f ?!,, :ze :rf zz, :l- gifs .., ii! .. Ii . n 'Y A " 'H 2?ff:::::,::1:111:1111111112:1:11:'.:::::1::t1:zzzitiiigzzzfelkk 2iL,3i:.:1:i::::1:::::: 1:11:21:Z:iz1:::::::L::f:::::Z:Z:: l ALFRED R. SUGG Belleville, Ark. Q B. A., Eminent Master X. Z. X., Class 215353 Razorback Representative. Was a first lieulenanl al Meuse-A rgonne -now a peaceful family man, "Daddy" 55125 is his middle name. E DANIEL Tmvenso Asbury Park, N. J. chi Zeta chi. ,ig Aide-do-camp to his majesly "the Nighl Hawk." I 1? l JAMES F. Wn.i.i.xsis Atkins, Ark. "Kid Ferocious" Phi Beta Pi, Student Assistant in! Microscopic Anatomy. Soph vice- giig E A president. The kid claims lo be the champion chair QQ, hurler in his division. Address your gig, 2,35 challenge lo Allis Ave. before 2 A. M. glji pig Afler lhal he will be at lmme. QUE Q an SEX. 1431 ip 5 2 : 2 3? F 5 1 Zei , 'L' ' ill? iii --M- . ffl. Sophomore .alehdar :gg 575: . . 5511 In the Beginning: 'iiii - . - . . :y Dean Smith gave vent in chapel to an exordxum on the ornamentorium of the Medics. Classes began. Lil' Arthur conveys greetings with his usual smile CPFECIOUS because of its rarityl. lcky caught dissecting his Ford in the permeum. Spitz meets a nurse from the City hospital and makes his debut in the 522 G. Y. N. ward. Dr. Chandler, an authority on coal tar products, lectures on "The use of phenol in early manhood." Sugg succeeded in washing the oil oFf gm the metallic sodium. "MacSwinney," lord mayor of the Cork, arrives with 1 : if . . . . . . . fl 'V fifgg royal equlpage Cmcludmg his little round boxl. Traverso aids C. Jeff Miller ,gfgi .155 . . . . " -' in undressmg the public on cancer. Munn expostulates on the virtues of copper 5... 551 'sulphate from a political viewpoint. "Dean" McBroom tells them to "Blow all li . . H . . . ,z H15 through it." Spitzberg elected "Soup of the City hospital. He puts notice: fig "There will be no more 'U-Drive-'em' trips with my girls!!" . fy, Spring Term: . . . . Q Dr. Witt was caught once in Materia Medica class. Howze was found all alone in City park CThey missed each otherj. Crosby, interne in Mayo clinic, watching the diaphragm ascend downward, exclaimed "De Leever becomes l fooleesh!!" Howze and Shaw make an innefectual U-Drive-'Em trip. S. N.'s ily walk home. ' fl iii 2,1 Page 71 he E :1 1 ii ..,,.........,,.. .--A f-,-f'f------f -f-- ef-'-" f "--f-'-f-"--'----- '-""' 1 ' ' ::::::::::::1::'.:::1'-. '-'---'-'---'-"--'--- --'- r ----'-----f---f----- A- ---3 qi u gi- 1 1 . . 4 . . , .1-' . . .4-.-A -... 1 1- N. . V ..l ' ' ge..gas4,490eceezcszeszezzzsazegc . 5 X . - . rp:'2m,hw5, f-"-'-'---f'---f '-'f"" r --f-f-f'-'------- ff---'-fff- A , ay? --R. Q, - - ' ......,, :.: .,..,,,,.,. . .,,,,,, .::::::::::::::::::::::,5?2 I ...,, ,,,,,,,f- ' ' X . ezfgg M i - - Y FRESHMEN 512.2 , lx 5 fel? l , F :Th H. QHOLMAN BROWN Walnut Grove, Arie. g L-VJ - 55,25 Freshman president: Q11 Zeta Chl: ,f - Razorback representative and Busi- E ness Manager, Artlst and cartoonist. , an Dean of the Young Ladies' school of , M in ' ' Fsv M. COQPER ' 'Little Rock, Ark. jig, B. A., Chl Zeta Chi. ' if Q, If you want to talk to Cooper, call up the 5 SWE? City hospital. 5554 .1 . Q, e HS 5 ' ' if ANDY H. DEATON Benton, Ark. 'ji B. S., A. X ' Q ' 2555 A suspicious character. He is often seen on the streets with strange young ladies. 554: WE Z 1 5 ' X2 2525 L.qGw1Nrg:F1NcI-IER Waldo, Ark. 4 - . P. . - NV? 'H 1 F Q 51,31 The human Wampus Cat. "Tom" never sleeps-he spends his nights "Meowing." rlig USE ,. Pm. F. FQLNER , Little Rock, Ark. 3522 5" 575, B. A., Vice-President, Student Coun- .. c""VH5" .. - Tom s roommate. Birds of a feather 55.22 SOLOMON GREENBURGV Dairyville, N. Y. Q Solomon in all his glory was not as wise ,QUE E as. this one. His favorite recreation is 35555 Elm milking cows. ' ' '.: "Ui 25335 ' 251' F R. G. HOLLIS Beaverton, Ala. Q55 I I ' ' U ' A Phl Chl. ' I ' EW The boy from Tennessee University who ,E L Ski! leaves the gates open. 522.62 1 ii : re 'nz 2522 ffgf ISADORE KIRCHNER New York, N. Y. 5 Grand Gazook of the Y. M. C. A. thugs, I ? Gwinn's soul mate and Admiral Dodo's E fi g private secretary. if if 121' 2 5? ,fig EVERETT KNIGH'Ij Rosiclare, Ill. QQ 213 How much do you want? How much 35,2 Y, have you got? That's not the question. Eiii. Give us the M. W. A. movement. Author jf?-2 ggi of "The Skin You Love to Touch." 3535 9455 . ii., 5 f . I .5 . Q 5 ISADORE K-RAPP Brooklyn,'N. Y. If Darwin could only have seen this boy. 52152 "What's in a name." 5 5 ii 111. ': 1 - X 552 v 54222 . iff I argl? 5 1 i 1 'K 5 A . - Zim Page 72 1' 1 ' iii? ' f fr . ,.-.. f - ans: . . 1 ' ?vlil...,..1.,,, ,,,,. 1 ,,... ..,, J .,,,,,,,,.,,..,,.,,,,,,, L ,,, , , ,,,,,,,g,,,, ' i . " 'f"1Mf if Q . ' . I .7 f N . ' - r , , , 1" . 2 -,ew 1- 1-. .1 ,. ',f"f'l:.7N 'fr '- . L,.IQ.f'1i.Q..-'. .1 mf 'ew' ' .4 .14 r 'XX fu. .tg z x. ag - 4.y - 'L 04 "--'-'---f-f-ff- --------'--ff --f,,1,..,. ,.,.,,,,,. , 1 4 1 -- '- - , ,f - s RANDOLPH MAR1-Y Cobo Raja, P. R. Pi Upsilon Rho. , He is going back home where he can Q32 5 blossom out with a coat of tan and seaweed E trousers to match. He wore his first Q pair of shoes two years ago. 2 ' Z 2' :1 E E , EDWARD L. MEE Marlboro, Mass. Chi Zeta Chi. '35 Eddie is a regular fellow. He never uses Q1 the spade. Ya 5225 5 H. W. PORTER oakland, Md. Chi Zeta Chip Class Secretary and iff!! Q5 Treasurer. 5. f 5.2.5 "Dear Sweetie: Meet me at the bridge i tonight at 8. We will have a nice time." Q Check. l 1 F Q: ' sf . PIERRE P. REDMAN Fort Smith, Ark. gi 5 Percy Peter is busy at work writing a set li, 'rg of books containing all the known and q 3 unknown ,chemical formulas and equa- 55 tions. ,i J. M. RODRIQUEZ - . Humacao, P. R. Pi Upsilon Rho. g-A This native of Porto Rico is a demon Q with the shovel. He is interested in other ggi- , things besides medicine., 'sf f PAUL SIMAN Winside, Neb. QW f The western kid who gave up the gentle gg art of broncho bustin' for the pill rolling 5 'Q profession. V Z W. DECKER SMITH Texarkana, Ark.-Tex. . Big-hearted Bill is a regular dance hall , fiend and Jazz hound. Intimate lady 55' - friends call him "Decker." VERNON TARVER - Star City, Ark. , Rev. Dodo Tarver, B. S., B. V. D., 1 T. N. T.-Cosine. . An old. salty, sea-going admiral who is iii. specializing in poultry. 3 55155 . MRS. TENZEL Little Rock, Ark. 2 Class Mascot. 2 She is rapidly learning perfect English ii ' 2 from the boys. She made Terry's Es- iff L 2 quima pie famous. 2 ' 25" E W. H. WACEK ????????????? 'Q . 5... Last winter the boys persuaded him not 5 H -- to close down school. 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When it's Sumbul. .2 i A stimulant to sweet 16-- ' 'A tonic to the old maidi- 4 , A sedative to the grass widow-- ft-.25 Sumbul.- H52 ' ----- l 55.35 Porto Rican president Cplacing garlands of victory 'upon the ' ignoble brow of Duke Rodriquezj: "All hail the strongest matador of the age. Spanish athletics have been immortalized by this champion of the ring! - '- , Duke Rodriquez fswelling with pridelz "Let Peons Prostate fall. . . . . '22 Sugg Cmvexled in flaming etherj: "Oooh." fig Mack: "Get the blanket! Get the blanket!" 2, Miss G. Cquizzing Spitz on obstetricslz "How does the pelvis of the female differ from that of the male?" Spitz Cteasedjz "It-it's a lot prettier." f tn f 15:5 ----, Hifi Dr. Gann Cin minor surgeryj: "Mr. Munn, what's a hardoleum?" Munn Cbrightlyjz "Wart, sir." . ' 19.5 Paws f Ham and Eggs A Peaches and Cream .iff Shaw and Miss Brown Ugg Percy Peter and the Majestic Bennett and Miss Beem joe and the City Hospital Tarver and the Mighty Bull 33332 Marty and sea weed trousers. 5 ani . elk , 2155 Dr. Oats Cquizzing the Freshmanlz "Mr. Knight, what forms the superficial volar arch?" g ,E Knight: "The tendon of the Palmaris Longus, Doctor." ling ' 7 ' ' I ' ' ' ll li? 5 Lil Arthur Cm Chemistryjz 'Mr. Williams, what is an acetone? Williams Qstupeliedjz "It's the sound generated within the iivfg orax o a ma e mu e, ir." iii? , th f l l S M l 'EE Howz Cvisiting out of town and assisting in the pulpitlz "Let all ' hot shots come forward and be embraced with my blessing." Page 76 az- Q ffwww4wf awv4iaee4fe4mrawffzzfsffzs::::w 1i1e-svv: fff:fff14f:::::::::::::f:fff:?5f l I i Y Paw' 15 'J A , A A 1 ' ,,.,, vil- Jy---fcii. In 'gltjff' f Q- ,N xx.,-,ff ff, '1 1 . Qizke , All Students desiring positions as instructors in the young ladies' nursing school must communicate with Dean Brown before Sept. 23. gThe General has already filed 5,672 and M lBennett'sj applica- tions . If it is true that Mother Eve didn't know she was nude 'til she ate the applelPass the apples! Heard by Frcslzmen "Me-o-o-ow-w-wwww." "Now altogether, Boys." "The old Kazookaf' "Now, come, Mr. Fulmer." "Rolling the Durham." "Boys will be boys." "That's not a plexus, that's a complexusf' "The old Alchemists --" "The skin you love to touch." "Them wuz the good old days." "Who stopped up Mr. Tarver's microscope "Now listen at General." 'lYou know what the monkey told the whale in mid-ocean." "CI-IECKY' DH Guys You Ought to K now The Terrible Trio-Krapp, Greenberg and Kirschner. They come from "Lil' ole N'Yawk." Krapp has spent all his life in the kinder- garten, Kirschner has wasted all of his asking foolish questions and Sol just grew up with the heifers. His greatest delight is filtering lactose through the business end of a bovine lady. "Magnifique" Smith-The sort of a chap that most girls dream about as a Prince Charming. Decker has made several friends during his stay and it is certain that there will be many a girl with a broken pericardia when big-hearted Bill bids the burg adieu. Knight, prospective M. D.-He missed his calling. Should have gone in for vaudeville and specialized in the M. W. A. movement. Rev. Dodo V. Tarver -Life member and honorary president of the Liar's Club. He has almost recovered from the injury sustained when he jumped off the train and missed the sandpile at Star City. N- ll f, ,.,,,.. . .,....,,,,,, 1 1, ,V . fa, -.If 5' 'AQQ4-zrmzyy 42 jfjfJ?-115,931.,3,fq--.ff4.,ff,'-2: 'ff'-.1f:".J'. if - .4 ' f , -f for-z4p2Wff4o:':f'v 'fy '.:o22f1'-:- '.:4:1:'f1azf.' V 4 'U - I 15,0 I A ,. , x is' 7 Q. -X - n If -L. 'is ,V . J' ' W... w ' I . f- fag , - 'Q A P. 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Razorback Representalives RICHARD HOLDIERBY MERLE FORD Slmlent Council Page 80 A V V' --'o' ' 'O"' Sf.12525fg3Ql?5lQ3?f!.1E??f - - .upfzva-::Y-S41 uf, 'swf cffznzsz-ffzffzxga WZQQZQ . r az 1,5 24 9,54 ,A Q : . Q JAQA :-if: 924: 5 ,722 , z ?w:wWfy4:fff,:Q:5f.1-:foxy .f f ,ff uwrffk fy f N, f ' :S ljfzfq' 4 ' j.,za:: ff.,-far' 3 ,'f:, W..fw:f'fgy"tj21Q',f+,j 5557, f---' ' ---f'1-f ,.....,. z:::::..::::...: ,,..,., A.,,1 2 5 . . -W 24551:::::z::::::::::--.: .,.,,,,.., : ,,,. : ,,,, .-A.:,-,,,,,:.gg5 12-..,, I 211 Zi?-2 f: ,lhii ff' ' 211: f '-,tg SPENCER D. Anamax-rr, B. A. Fayetteville , 213 Scabbard and Blade: Pi Delta Epsilon: Wi? Alpha Phi Epsilon: A. B. Cl.: Education Club: 1 5 A visory Council. '22:Per1clean: Y. M. C. A. I, Cabinet, '21 and '22: Traveler St-aff, '21. .9135 ' '.,5' Another proof that brains do not depend on ' 5 " stature. ' his: , Louis E. ALBm'r'roN, B. E. E. Texarkana Tau Beta Pi. "Einstein" has get to see the class 'tn tehieh ' if he cannot make an "A." 55,2 THOMAS E. Awonu. B. C. E. Hot Springs iijii A.A.E.:U. S. C. E. Z When around Alford. just mention the ladies. 3 5 He ts strong for-their absence. 5514 Vai? 2 LELA VIOLA BARTON, B. A. Fayetteville 22.3 C Blcull and Torch: Education Club: Y. W. 5135 - - E 5 ft. e g.r te 0 as oo many 's o eoun. f A I Th 1 1 tl n t A z t i , Z aft ' ,g, 1 gage 3,55 MAnaAn.E'r BATES, B. S. E. Fayetteville f, Y. W. c. A. 555, Courses in chemistry sometimes lead to ijt unexpected endings. 55122 2515 gg ati, 5 it - sa ff 5 12 . 52455 25:5 S. J. BEAUCHAMP, Ju., B. A. Ltttle Rock if-,jf Sigma Chi: Tau Kapga Alpha: Alpha Phi gift? Epsilon: Scabbard and ladc: Periclean. "Of course I remember you, llffr. Addison tiff? 2.155 Sims of Seattle. Hou' is-." Donor:-:Y BLACK, B. A. Little Rock 'xx Chi .Omega: Skull and Torch: Advisory 'lit Council. '22: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. '22. The mind to conceive, the understanding to 915 direct, the hand to execute. H la 5 1 levi -1'lt MAE I. Bmuci-:t.Y, B. S. H. E. Ilardg Eff Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, '22: Home Ec. Club: .lit Sapphic: Student Governing Board: A. D. A. jg She gm-S forth as an 11. D. A.. gi. tg To drive a jztney for her pag. Q 1- :z g 5 A , 2 21 li Gmoncm F. B1.oncm'r'r. B. S. Chcm. I SEI! iutg Jaeksonvzlle 222-2 Sigma Phi Epsilon: Camma Chi: Y. M. C. A.: Garland Loc: X1 Delta Psi: Erluca- 2255 tion Club: W. U. igfg 37,2 If any one knou-s every student on the E gall Campus, it is George. ,Wg 2 1 ts 12 we 'Vi' 3 as s I if :fs-5 2 we 51, 5 , gr , 12.25 Page 81 55,5 .,.. .....,.. . ,, .... . ..................... . ....,... .......... . .,.... . ..... . ..... ,. ..... ..,,.,,t55E Q2--1 5155, Q,LL1L.3,2,,,LA5 1111152121341255252555feffefffgf f 444:12444 ,eo 4xV?d .x f14di4 Gin ,,,,, f, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 ,,., 4 ,.,,ff 6 .Q 5 .I .l . r . l 2' ., 1, L ff.: .Q,7: f. ,- Us ,, Z5 322,145 f1Zi22ZiJg .. ., . fa 1 1 1 S fl 01? ' . f .f J , Q 1, .,.,.......,... ..,.,,,. f , 5f:?g,,,:'gg::gg::::p1::::..zz:::1 .L..1:.:::::::::::::::::f:g -fx gi. - fgvjiziiiiZliiiillilifffff--ff ---- -------f-JZZJZZZZZZZZZZ,if5 Z 5 1 5 74' . J, E' : E 2511 2- ii 272 " ..., ,Mff J: V ' fi 531 li? 2 Wu.1.lAM Bm-:wx-sn. B. M. E. Fort S1nith A. s. M. E. iii, Bill takes evergthingufith the utmost lack 5115. of gravity, except Mrs. Bill. W ZELIA Bumw. B. S. H. E. Rogers Y. W. C. A.: Razorback Representative, ff. '22: Home Ec. Club: Sec'y of Dormitory, 2:65 iifig '22: Dormitory GovcArning,Board, '22, ' 15,32 fj ll A hard-working little Home Ec. - 7 1, I .1 l .Et 3 ,J Z. H. CAl.nouN.'B. S. A. Argenta J gig Slgma. Phi Epsilon: Agri. Club. ll . Wonder if he remembers his first night in HV! 2 .fl Fayetteville. ' . 33,3 ffl' . gil? 5 ' . fi' 113 1 .gg Klvrr: CAMPBELL. B. S. E. Fayetteville - gay Pi Beta. Phi: Education Club. fi. gif Fortune is not all in favor of the faint- fif- g .ffl hearted. I ,l . iw. fa: . 1 Sli Mun' E. CAnuu'rn, B. A. Charleston fini SY. Math. Club: Education Club: Sapphic. gk QWQ She can prove bg methods of the Calculus Qfj ,' .X . .. 95, that the earth is a cube. 'sy x H ' J" 'f,. t ELM X Cuz-:swan CLARDY. B. S. A. .Malvern QV, X Agri. Club: W. U. MQ' 5-.ig l Mr. "Ctairrtg" is specializing in the sys- 55,5 lematic courses of Agriculture. lg! .as " - I Howum R. Cl.AnK, B. M. E. Springdale my C Shgma Chi: A. s. M. E.. Delta Psi, Y. M. 33,2 , . :s ,. . Hx ' "Nub" is one of the group of golf enthusiasts 2 'FE - u'ho reside at the Sigma Chi louse. iz, 1 2 X . u, 1 l . if . .. LOFTUH J. COL!-AMORE. Jn., B. C. E. ', lg Little Rock ala. 'EZ Eta, Eta Eta.: Delta. Psi: A. A. E.: U. S. :QQ 1, gg c. E. if f 3, fi If angone rushes the ladies, it's nothing to iqff him. unless it's his ladg. . 'rsi I l 7 4 f-ll ' . fqgg . Cmcn-ron D. Cox, B. S. E. Fayetteville 6 , Rf! Sapphlc: Education Club: Y. W. C. A. ff., Thoughts are mighticr than strength of hand. ilk: 13:1 X-.. 3455 if is lf' if HF' ' ll Sit? 2Z.' . fl ' 3 Page sz 2? 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E. ,fig Horse and Horse: useless each without the other. ,,,',2 22:55 "f - fi"E f 1 WALTER E. DANIELS, B. A. Little Rock Sigma Chi: Scahbard and Blade: Glee 25:32 1 Club, '19, '20, '21: Track, '20, '21, '22. 1 He seems porlentous occasionally: for - ig 1 example, when wearing a derby. :egg :gtg 5 OPAL L. DAVIS, B. S. A. Houston H. Y. W. c. A.: Home Ee. Club: A. D. A. 1 :Q When asked if she'd teach, she said, "not I," Q 2 :QE and flashed her diamond in our eye. MERLE E. Form, B. S. E. Newport Kappa Kappa Kappa: Y..W. C. A. Cabi- 255.5 net: Advisory Council: P1 Kappa: Pan- :sz 5 Hellenic 15125 jT1s waz to be og with the olrl love before bringing on the new. 32,52 A sz. , I . Vf owns E. mv, B. A. Little Rock 221, Sigma Chi: Scabbard and Blade: Skull 5335 5,3 and ox-ch. Cadet Major, '22. gjgji Clydehis digging for a scholarship: his class- life ga, 2? mates wish him success. ze: 5 img ff 2: ZH MA'rmLDE Goouwm. B. A. El Dorado 25,25 Y. W. C. A.: Razorback Staff. '21: Educa- tion Club: Sec'y Senior Class. ifiig Sweet as the candy she makes. .ns s of E sr f Donorln' GREGHON, B. S. E. Fayetteville gm' PlBeta Phi: Sapphic: Blackfriars: Math. 2,2 gl1ifW:iY. W. C. A.: Education Club: Pan- ij: e en c. 3 6 ll Dorothy is instructing the Fort Smith stu- 2372 gi dents in the good qualities of a Razorback. in 2 f 1 img ALFRED C. HALE, B. S. A. Dierks - Square and Compass: Alpha Phi Epsilon: im, Alpha Zeta: Y. M. C. A.: Stock Judlfing ,Qui gig' 33311: Clisgicgland A. D. A.: Agri. C ub: f - 2 - - W. 2 Eult "Agriculture" is fond of all sweets: "Honey, gif? I want my Honey." gif? 1 2- J gi-vi' ' 2 23 fs Luo F. HEI-JRWAGEN, B. S. A. Fayetteville 4 2,2 Pi Kappa Alpha: Agri. Club. l g 3 :I : J A strong believer in farm life and its social iii 5 . . fx 1 g g accomplishments. wie fall "VE E 2 :E ji'- zrier lsr' 5 ME iii D :ak sg i fe.: 2 if 522 Page 83 gm 22:45 2:3 :43i:::::::'::::::::: : : :::::::::::::::::::1:::::::::::z:1111111111zzzgzz1:1:z:::::g:zz::g:::::g:::'.::'.1z1:z::::zzz :::::::: 2: ::::::::: :::::::::::::::z::' Zigi: .5AA-...LA'-.ffg--..y:'f..v:--ev:-'-rf:---,Z1.15533yg3354--35:-f--24'--fn'---lvsf---433:4--Hrf."---wffl-.yr--.zff-.z---.:,-f-+.m-..Q- ' iesfsszfvkzffxff::::Wfa1144e,1--,:Ezfffnffseez11ffff fffff414z444,1-.-,e Mz awV4. 1 r fjff f f .M 'Y , 35113122 .2 g43zQ?:2:Q? X lcfuixns ?21jfZ:':fff:2f:f, f 2 E 1 ff L 1 i i is f ., C . 2 ?ii'2 Wnnuansmfz Hnsnnv, B. S. Chom. Bigelow Perlclean: Pi Delta Epsilon: Y. M. C. A.: 25,55 Praveler Staff, '21: Class Treasurer, '22: 5555 Baseball, '20-'21. :Ai Ile has a phlegma!-ic temperament. jjagg ' 5,11 STERLING B. Hrixnrucxs. B. Ch. E. iii? Fort Smith 5, Eta Eta Eta: Tau Beta Pi: Gamma Chi: H. C. s. A , gf .55 When he studies. he studies hard: when he 'E ta plays. hc plays hard: and thafs the correct 5542 procedure. ' ggi? , :ug Lum Hams, B. A. Idabel, okza. 5315 Delta Delta Delta: Y. w..c. A. ggfg Saltre's her weapon. and its o deadly one: 5' -32 woe to her opponent. ' I 2 Ricuum Honnmmv. B. S. A. Newark ir? Kappa Sigma: Alpha- Zeta: Eta Eta Eta.: 3 Dormitory Council, '21: Scc'y Dormitory, Q , '22: Studout Council, '22: Pres. Senior Class: s ' 'Z Agri. Club: Varsity Club: 1-ootball. '20, '21: i--,xi Athletic Board of Control. '22, if Q3 Dick did his mighty works in a very short I S time. ,if 2-lr . 535 Ronmvr J. Holm, B. M. E. Bauxttc A. S. M. E.' Y. M. C. A.: Delegate, A. A. C. E., '21, '22. E Very energetic, continually working for a it better school and college. 32 ' fi-ti MAIIGUERITE Ilorm. B. S. H. E. Baurite Home Ec. Club: Y. W. C. A.: A. D. A. V15 Nfll7l'S most necessary possession is a sympa- 55114 thetic and understanding wife. 33,2 Emu HUENSI-'1-:I.n. B. S. H. E. Gregory Dormitory Governing. Board, '21: Pros., 'fi '22: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. '20: Advisory hifi Council, '20: A. D. A.: Home Ec. Club. 4,15 Her highest ambition is to be a successful iff aiettztavt. 4,5 Q ' ting HUmmYG.HumxB.A. nmnmscmeam, gf? Sigma Chi: Blackfriars: Pres. A. B. C.: Scabbard and Blade: Perlclcan: Glee Club, Lff '21, '22: Y. M. C. A.: Inter-fraternity Con- gli' ference, '20: Student Council, '20: Pres., gil '21: Advisosy Council, '21: Drum Major. gf" A most ardent supporter of all the Athletic HA teams. gif' we Cannons D. .lam-zusozq, B. A. Clarendon ii 4 Sigma Nu: Varsity Club: Garland-Lee: 2 Vootball. '10, '20, '21, '22: Eta Eta Eta: 1 Pros. Sophomore Class: Dormitory Council, ', '22: Baseball. '19, '20, '21, '22: Athletic Board of Control, '21: Business Manager i' Razorback. '21. , 1. "l'1n a co1nin', '0nion.' " 2,1 QL! img ti' ii, Page 814 Liv, 25,25 rg: 2 55512 are f f f f f f f f f f F211232225-5.2325-T222-11251Q-3-1QfZ.325-LIZEZZW X ff1 f44i4?1iQ i1Zi'?Zf 5ii?IffZZ,? infix, Y . ,ff pa .,4 -f , -.X, ZW? ,,:. 4:,:: 1 I ' z 3 Tas r :ffl 23.125 1 ft: EPT: aiu! ::f! ,ii ETZQ Eine ares E'!Ei 515: ,,...,,.,,.,' ' , ,Ml A .V -3. K ,U 3 . 1. gniw -1 Y. M, P A 1 K .1-132 ' ' '-f j:4.'1'14f.'1':-1.25:9 , A , :Emi-'Q ,"g'v -if 23213 f' fr ' 'f gg f- .,.,.-..,.... ..,, N.. 'ttf My l7C,rl .,y,,,,,L-Q Lvf.V.,,l, ,,,, H ,,., 1:1-55 , . . V. : ,Z RUSSEL H. JOERDAN, B. E. E. Pine Bluj Tau Beta Pi: A. 'l. E. E.: A. A. E. "Tanlac," the biyyest mon on the Campus, is undoubtedly tt misoyynisl. Manvm D. .lonm-mow, B. S. A. Waldo Square and Compass: Periclean: A. D. A.: EQ M. C. A.: Stock Judging Team, '21 and Before purchasing any stock. consult Marvin. He is a marvel when it comes to judging cattle. CHRISTINE Jo1N En. B. A. lllaynolia Phi Alvha Theta: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. '22:. Dormitory Governing Board, '22: Advisory Council, '22. Whoso neqlects learning in his youth, loses the past, and is dead fort e fulurr. DIARY E. Jorma-oN, B. S. H. E. Hiyhhll Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. '21: Home Ec. Club: Dormitory Governing Board. '22: A. D. A. She's a Chemistry shark-perhaps. SAM Jonr. B. M. E. Eureka Sprinys Delta Psi: Pres. A. A. E.: A. S. M. E.: Vice-Pres. General Engineering Society. Sam would make a choice bust of Ramesls II: think you not so. G. R1-:x IfILl30URN', B. E. E. Bentonville Pl Kagpa Alpha: Football, '21 and '22: A. I. E. .: A. A. E. Horse and Horse: useless each without the other. Romsrvr A. LEFLAR. B. A. Siloam Springs Scabbard and Blade: Tau Kappa Alpha: Alpha Phi Epsilon: Dormitory ouncll, '22: Inter-collegiate Debate, '21 and '22: Razor- back Sta , '21: Advisory Council, '22: Traveler Staff, '22: Student Council, '22: Pi Delta Epsilon: Pcrlclean. The "Count" can quote the latest prices on the Freshmen's punch. BEN A. LINCOLN. B. S. A. Van Buren Alpha Zeta: Xi Delta Psi: Agri. Club: Federal Club: Garland-Lee. How're they oonna keep him down onthe farm. We wonder. JOHN E. MANNING. B. S. E. Haynes Square and Compass: Federal Club: Student Council: Pres. A. A. A. KU. of AJ: Pres. Y. M. C. A.: Education Club: Peri- clean. Serious minded, but plenty of wit when occasion demands. Page 85 ure? 5: L.,,....,..,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,-,......,.,,....,,.,,.,.,...,,-,.,,.,.,.,...,....,....,,,..,. .,,,..,QSf1? yfyn, gf.4-f.,f5'?i-':,jg:,..,,, lf,..,,fy7,75..:,3,:5:i5A1..,j9gf.:,3'L31..,3g.,,,,:g...,,,1g:i,1f21f.i,Vgzgglzg 5gf.i,,,...,, ,iw rl, ,Q ziA-axWWz ywffffw7 xWfffaWkymwwf- 1'1f'4vfzfW2zzwQ:gfzayffffazafff. A1-.f ,w229fxa19:axi b I l z' 3 'VF ' W E . K, . f f it f --0 -' ff' f Q - f ' cQf"14iZo:',77'j41'1 H I'll'l'KIll'l!XIlNhI'i B In E Run 5131111 'Nu X I F E Della P'-1 bpm! luv hours lltlllxlllfl for a mtllz ampvrf Ill d11lnl,lfnd1l H 1 unnflrr uhy llammulh Sprmrh 1xmp1Alph1 X M C A Ast. hun U'lllJ1lIlDlIIl bmi tum up uhln he .stayed 171 lhr flurnntnry FRANK W Picxx-I B A Iulntlrmtlc Y M C A Dc-ltx Phu P0llCl0d.Il 'lmck Thrs boy 1.s no slnurh uhm zl rnmls ln lrarl. unrk Wnxmvx NX Ruuuu B S Ch lllulbcrry Y M C A Gfxmmu Chl Dulta Phi Alphz Phu Fmlnn G'ul'mdIoc Pres Square md uxupwsfz Pres Dolmltorx Councll Doc 15 n Anlzmzfall famrllr' : Gu-:N 0. IQANDALL B. S. A. Rogers H 5 Pcrlclc'm: Alphw Iota' Agri. Club: A. D. A. .2111 A swlalv and polished fnnllfman. Eff: F Rlmmnu C. RANKIN, B. 9. A. Jonrsborn Y. M. C. A.: Alpha Lum: Qquwre and 'Q Compwssg Agri. Club: P1 riclcan. Agri" Rank-in pusslssrs a fIr'r'p-motcrl Eiffj - fnalvvnlvnrl' for Enginn rs in gvnrral. Dxcnourm Rmm. B. A. Nashville Delta Delta Delta: Y. W. C. A. Whrn nm' is brillianl and brauliful too, ' "nin'l il ll grand and qluriuus f1'c'ling." 4 1:2 :vs Z! H' - ' .A X ..-. 1,1 I Z., ,. ,A ,I gym 4 M A g Z., ..,, ,,,, ,, , ,, ,,f , ,rf ,, f ., 1 f . K. f .. . V l'- , . 1- : .. 1. 4, , f - -f--., Q -. 2 f. Q -" 'jggzizi' ' 174' 3-Z..'.,Qk,.'f A,:LdVY'f" L-gofpzf ,. '1'.p:p, ' ::L1p,::f:i:1:iL:3fff A f" Z ff? 5 - YH,.-Z - l . ' .-1 r 1 . .' ' ., . '. 4. f I ' . .' zt. . .. .1 -' ' 'I 'w . 3" - ' s 'l'lu1MAN N. Mounts, B. A. '11 1 z: '. . . . . A .1 Q -1 ' Q ' ,Ai . ' " Q , , - 1 ' . ' , 1 1 xii? 2322 ' 555.3 1 ' ' ' v A J l 3 ' , 33.5 5 3 . .. . .ll 52:55 X ' . ' .' .v .. .1 z : ' ' : ' . , gijg . 20. 21, 22. . Sgfi - ,h f, 1. -4 'N 4 I . . E . , nn., .. . X. Z K, ... . 1 I 5 V, . z Q. : . '. - . : .. 1' 4 , . ','22. H155 . .xi 1 1 ' 'V "1 5 " ' - f . 1. , 4 f -1 . Q J . , E 5 l 1 V 2 f . , , ' ' . . . 2 4 ' 2 .. 5 5 ' ' 4.4 . . 5 1 l l ' . J I . Q ' Dflvm P. Rxcmuwsox, B. A. Fayetteville if 4 'nf ' A ,X ' Pcriclcan: Y. M. C. A.: Blnckfriarsg gg 'gi - ' , Sca.blJz:lr5i2zu1cl Blacloz Math. Club: Glue Club, gffg Z .5 5511. '21 an 2. i P , JFQ ., Ill' is Romm. ' 5 1- f , . . ' -fem an-1.'iq E ' 'V' F0uN'1' RICnAlmsoN, B. S. Cll. Fayetteville 1 ' , f Y. M. C. A.: Bmckn-mrs: Pl-ricman: Math. 4 A ' Club: Glue Club, '21 and '22. i M-it Ile is Juliet. ' 225. 1 . Page 86 EEE . V E215 Zi! E 2-7'.1'.1' L71 jiliif' ' ' 1111 '.111L12',1' '111 T11121CZ1Z111ZC2Z1',1ZZ2111LZ1 1111ZLLLZZZLLL1112111122217.CC'-',1'.'.1'.'.1111112211222:11ZZZZZZZQZCZlllllillilllflii''-122: ff - 1 ff- 1 ,f-.nf-' 'rv 7112 iff'--1'f"--ZA''--7f"'-fZ1"'--:4""-7f""i""-3ff"'-5ff"9'1"-f7J''--?7i"--i"'-5'21""'- "'-1-Z""'f- ' f fzfW7f 7 QzaWffffffZWfx7ff4vffm ,enr 4,,f6 -.,, -.,f . . . ., . zW Wx r-: :Lf V714 22 an-Qwazav-rf-.'f'17z7 ZZffffffiff.E.1.1.,',. ,I - 515 1' f-"if" if C.Y.-we I' ,N ? -1 ,,kZ'i:7'g:f9y,y,f29: Tai, .1 , ., Q ,,f,:', :.".uf:-21.34-,i 4 apr: 1 ,5i W- ,ff ,.,, f I Romana- ROIIINSON, B. A. Lubbock, Ter. Tau Kappa Alpha: Alpha Phi Epsilon: ' Phi Alpha Theta: Eta Eta Eta: Perlclean: . Athletic Board of Control: Wrestling, '21: 1 : ,t Football, '19, '20, '21, '22: Track, '20, '21, I 5 n . . a "Stublzy" is truly a ufonrlerful boy. X .IAM1-ns E. Ru'rm-:1u1'oiv.o, B. A. Afalvrrn l Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Skull and Torch: Editor'Razorback, '21: Editor Traveler, '22: Tau kappa Alpha: Scabbard and Blade: Eta Eta Eta: Square and Compass: Pi Delta Epsilon: Alpha Phi Epsilon: Phi Alpha Theta: Periclean: Debating, '20, '22z P Cadet Major, '21: Student Council, '20, '22: Advisory Council, '22: Dormitory Council, 5 '21: Y. M. C. A. Conferences: lnter-Frater- .gg 1 nity, '20, '21, '22: Hollister, '10: Mid-West 55,25 Student, '22: International Y. M. C. A.. '21: W. U. In addition to the above, Jim is the Dean of 5 Campustry for '2l. 5153 f Lois V. Ronoens, B. A lf'a11r'1lt'z'ill1' 1 ' 'N Y. W. C. A.: Education Club. ' f . ,s , Q Her eyes are homes of silent prayer. 1 n - ,, l E2 4 Lg WII4I.IAM F. Scsmaonouen, B. S. A. el :gig DeQuer'n amz - ..,, Square and Compass: Pi Delta Epsilon: l Alpha Phi Edmsilon: Pres. Freshman Class, "fi: '19: Y. M. . A. Cabinet, '21, '22: Agri. '5 , ,gt Club: Garland-Lee: A. D. A.: Razorback eg gg Staff, '21: Traveler Stall, '21: A. A. A.: i 2195. Glee Club, '19, '20, '21:'1'rack, '20: A. B. C.: ' Eff? International Student Conference, '20. l 2 Bill is still the lianflshakinq politician. ' Nu' L. SnErAnn, B. Ch. E. Little Rock , ' x Pi Delta Epsilon: Gamma Chl: A. A. A.: l " Tau Beta Pi: Garland-Lee: Traveler Stall, l E1 ' '21, '22: Razorback Staff. '21: Editor Arkansas l 5 Engineer, '21-'22. l Nat is most ingenious, and has the distinr- 2 tion of being a hard worker. Anais Sivivrn, B. C. E. Little Rock a .1 ,tm . :ttf 5 ,ill Sigma Chi: Inter-Fraternity Conference, ' Z , '21: .B1ackfrlars: Football. '17, '20, '21: 1 2.3: Varsity Club. : I ii ' if r " gat' A brilliant C. E. u:lm takes things seriously. l. :JE 2 g: eg W. CARL Sivirru, B. C. E. Fayetteville ei, .. I .. ,. The Radio Bug. Ile has a irell-equipped I 5755 station. V :iff 5 23422 ' CATHERINE M. Srvuru, B. A. Fayettezfille l 55,25 4 fl' Y. W. C. A. X c,.. ..t, 55: "If to her share some errors fall, gg l ,gal Look on her face and 1lU1l'UfUffll'l 'em all." Q W. iii, 5.: as :l A UR' Ent' 1 tg Dmwmf S. TIIOMASON, B. S. A. Warren 3 it ':x -'V :av ggi: Kapga Sigma: Xi Delta Psi: A. D. A.: , 2? "iss A. B. .: Agri. Club: Square and Compass: ' ' Garland-Lee: Traveler Stall, '21: Student . ' Council, '22. , 1 ily, I Ilis College will miss him, as he is one of its l .2 4 most ardent supporters. , A- 252,15 . .. E ' f 5232? gm' gb! - ,, ttf, 4 Page 81 gy... Erie st!! Hifi iii? ij2Z111 Z1111111111Z111Z1 :1111111111111 111111111111:1111111111:11111111 1111:1111111L1::::Lg1:11' ',1:7,',-,-,153-,-, - gg 3 - - - ' -,- 3- - - ' - - - - - f f ' ' - - - - - - - f ' - - f - - - gg,gg33fZgg j,fi "-.Eff-U75---.7S'---71 "-.517-.fz1--bfi'---L.ff'--.5 A'-I.71"--24'---.Z"--.VimLA'---.14 Jf,"--:f4--,75-f..y:1-..,g 34'-.,Z"-.Z':-gig . , mWfwW mm fWa Ma4 zwfxfu yf4z:4 zzpyxz m Wa,zav9!,a Debating Team, '20: Dormitory Council, 5: l n i I s c i " CAE-', My lv LN , '-Vg , 'Q-14 frzggg' - .2 iff . lt ' Q T ij' n,,4 n,!5suy?.wW-f W my , WI .ltwx A. 'l'lIOMl'SUN, B. E. E. Hazen CU.. l A- I' E- E-7 Gm'l4l'1d'LUU- . Ili? 5, ,Isw21if'-Mf.,'- -if yi 551 We arc surfzrisr-rl at Jack: 'he has been lxffff-if-A-,:"l:':-'1.f IVE I I if "stepping out" ately. A A ....5i1,l -. K Q In F XY' 1 ,, R L 4 J l',z.....,, 3 Y: ,ll v yU ,ff I N . ..4 V Qzlf. W E- lwrlmw if N ' " 1 Mxnnurzn 'rHOMPHON, B. E. Springdale W . - ...xml M' N' -'f'f'w'f'f7',,f' gt' Kappa K'1pp'm'Kappa: Y. W. C. A.: Edu- '- 'l'l'55-isis'-'s"7f""lfM-s ' -r--4 W -W H . ---V-If ' camiou Club? K , 1 K1--T"""'f-4?'2Hf'..T'T1Gg ,L ' E- "I hate 'spoofing' as speech is the 'mirror 5 I gt A QM-f--w--M---I--Q we ff .-H L---.. I of the soul." . , I 1 55. 4 .353 if 0'l'lH C. 'PlllMlll4E, B. S. E., Osage f ' 5 Ll 1. W Q- 'Q Garland-Luo: Education Club:.Y. M. C. A.: 3 Q ,-,- - 1- 4' Normal Club. . l i Ei 1 ' 5 '4 1Ic'Il make a hal country I" 'esscr. t 3 i J ,. . ' v- ' if f 5 Q 2 5 ' hifi ls y it 5 A fll+1l.l'JN M. WA'1'FJliH, B. A. Fayetteville ' lei Q, Q I A Y. W. C. A. ' 1 1 Shu knows French. Spanish, Italian, and lggg - ill l , can make a piano give up its secrets. lei f -1 Q - i l 5 fi W 'I'noM,n-x C. W1u'1'Es1nE, B. A. Gentry ji if 'Q A l'uriclcan: Commercial Club: Debate. '22, 1 f -'P Q 1 Ile is mild and soft looking, but so is rlgna- ' " Q Q Fig f f mile. ' fa Q3 , ' 2, fi 1 5 ' lfif 5- Gl.,xPux'nA WILKERHON, B. A. Aurora, Ilfo. I Delta Delta Delta. zu - 5 A Ilappy. free from care and contented-you .. l 4 " , l A lcll 'em, Bucket! , ,i , . . 5 ' j I Cklmu-1 Mtn' W1msuN, B. S. H. E. EI Dorado .4 ' A Delta Delta Delta: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, ,, JU V E '22: Home Ec. Club: A. D. A. ,jf . gf! nf - V l "I wonder what ,fool it was who invented "3 f Q wg A If 'Ui 1 4 kissing?" It must :ave been Eve. 1 ri 1. N ' Q 5 9 E 'J A .1 s f . ft, - i ' I .ff -. E Fnnxcms Lucxm-1 W11.soN, B. A. Fayetteville ,F V F A' A Chi Omega: Education Club: Y. W. C. A. - N .N . .-, , . Q .q - I Everybody loves Frances. Why? It's just A . A ' an , 1 I hcr "u'ay." . fl, p . 'P Q s Q . H 7 4' 4 Q' fl ' . :C i Y.. Lizff ORION D. WRAY. B. S. E. Conway '- lj- 'QQ 4 ,frlf Educanion Club: Math. Club: Periclcan: N M - 1 y C'-.g-fl6:.f1 1, ' Y. M. C. A. '35 Q 531.1 ' . .W ,. , Another successful teacher to our crcdlt. -'Z ...Ll-mga i .' . K 7 t' l Page 88 i1'ff5ff,. ?Ii?ii97'f ' 1 ?l'f1',l?523-iiil? A. 'f- -A - 4 ,g ' ' ' ' "' ' z",-L12 '-.-J-,L ' " "'5f14g1'61. Eff' ' 1,--IL-, ' 'f.:'.3Vf.f.4L6-151,135 g,',:,:':'Qa:9p7xQg4 Z Lil . ,i '- X, .ia 4 4 u. 1 .iw -.. 1, f-V1-,, We gy' -' F23 lifts' 5' .ff-f. ,I uk pw If -,A 4."q'1-W he Clays of 922 HE CLASS OF 1922, the first genuinely post-war class to be graduated from the University of Arkansas, a class composed in its larger part of men who have seen service in the armies and the navy of the United States, of men who are older both in point of years and in point of experience than has usually been the case with college graduating classes in years recently past, leaves behind it a college record of which it may justly be proud, a record of constant accomplishment, a record of leadership in student affairs and Uni- versity life, and a record of scholarship scarce equaled by any previous class. In the fall of 1918, during the period when the work of the Student's Army Training Corps absolutely controlled all collegiate seetivity, the class of '22 came into being. The majority of its members were quartered in the tem- porary barracks erected upon the campus at the time, many were still on the battlefields of France or on the high seas or stationed in one or another of the great army camps scattered over the whole of the United States. The class did not actually become a single unit until the beginning of 1919- the winter term. Many did not return until the spring term in 1919, or even until the following school year. But the class saw its real beginning in the winter months of 1919. The first meeting of the class, at which the election of officers occurred, was a typical freshman meeting. The affair was not so completely controlled by upperclassmen as are such elections nowadays, however, and not more than a dozen old students were present. A motion inviting them to leave was even considered, but was summarily dropped at the urgent request of the old stu- dents themselves. William F. Scarborough was made the first official executive of the class, Merle Ford was made vice-president, Juanita Graham, secretary, and jack Smallwood, treasurer. The freshmen of that year, even though they de- cidedly outnumbered the old students, and were, for the most part, already well acquainted with University conditions, officially went through all the required forms of freshman initiation with hearty good will. The only interclass event in which the class engaged was the annual track and field meet. The class of '22 won the meet by a substantial score, thereby setting a sort of precedent which has been rigidly followed every year since then -that of the annual inter-class track and field meet being awarded to the class of 1922. A number of classes have endeavored to break this time-honored precedent, but all have found the task impossible. Page 89 ' ' """"""""""""' f ' '- 7-f 7-f - ff ' fff - 1 1-. 7 3 cap:-'ff 2' :1.:ffz2mz1+.:L+,-z4:f'zf-.'zf."2 4 .f -f . 'f?f15,f:-...ff-5' .fg1,,Q"' .,j ff Z , , '- ,, ,-, '- ,f , '-.f- ,V ., ,,, f- -.,-.-:ff -: - -- '- - . 1.-2,1 ,,-,,.,,s.ss,,a,..,1- ff -'53 CJ--" 4 , 'V i??2:f9,a,'-fwzef-2f,.:s4-.-, 4, , .f -:zsffs l 7 f 4' 1 '-.f"'f'7' , ,-4 ' if-' j 2fp--.f,f7---ff:--..' V'-,.'z'f-.iff--..y -1- L1. 252 '2Zg.fL',i.i::2::i::g"'zggii.,,:5:':::::f:::Ef:i X 5 ,r ,, The freshman class of 1919, under the lead of Scarborough, was easily the mostactive freshman classever endured by the University community during the last four years. Charlie jamerson was elected as official head of the class during its second year. With the class of '22, as with practically all classes, the sophomore year was one of steady work, a regular grind, a sort of preparation for better times to come. The most important event of the year, as .far as the sophomores were concerned, was the Razorback election. It was a warm election. jim Rutherford was unopposed for the editor's job, but "Birdie" Jamerson was opposed in the race for business manager. He and Harry Wright, the other candidate, took the election easily enough, but their supporters didn't. At the close of the third official election the Student Council took the matter in hand, declared the election of ,jamerson valid and stopped the voting,. though they couldn't stop the discussion. . ' ' During its third year of official existence, the class of '22 was headed by Stonewall jackson Beauchamp, jr., who administered its affairs wisely and well. There were not a great number of affairs to administer, however. Gertrude Carter was vice-president of the class, Elizabeth Cross was secretary, and Harry Wright was treasurer. jim Rutherford put out the best Razorback that had ever been issued by the University up to that time. junior-Senior day was properly taken care of. Class dues were duly collected and spent, and all was well. Richard M. Holderby heads the class in its final year. Mary johnson is vice-executive, Mathilda Goodwin is secretary and Waldersee Hendry is treas- urer. The class is possiblyqthe largest which has ever graduated from the University of Arkansas. Its membership includes the highest ranking student who has ever been graduated from the University, Clyde F. Gay. And it in- cludes a lot of others whose records are as yet solely things of the future. Also it includes still others who may never have records worthy of mention. For instance, it is said of one member of the class that he is doomed to eventually occupy a seat in the United States Senate. The graduation of the class of 1922 marks the close of the University's fiftieth year. The class of 1922 is the Semi-Centennial class. Its commence- ment will be marked by a program far more pretentious than has marked the entry of any other Arkansas class into the post-graduate school of life. The class leaves the University owing no one, without a debt to any person or anything save to its Alma Mater, and the individuals represented by it. To tell the exact truth, the majority of the members of the class have a pretty firm opinion not only that they do not owe a thing to anyone in the world, but that the world actually owes them a living. And the class of '22 believes that it can collect. V R. A. L. Page 00 ,lf 1 :EZ 212132121122 1 2112212 21112221Qiiaiiiiiaiiliielilii1222 lijji 121:Q11221Q1111111',:'-','.'.111112 :111::?1::1 2:.1::l11:1111111:211' Z9 Z, " - -7, "--74 f'f"-- Z 'H --7? "--IT"--fd -ZZ"'--,141--i "--7 5 "--ia'-. 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AQ. 1. 5' A , u . , ii, e"'::i'f'5':i 2754 if--1 7h'.7Z'74f'l'r7'li"'5'r fe -ff Q 'Q fig,f'J'.f.Ef1".4',i'1':3Z ,1.1,.Y,,wq-,wb Eff-1-.-Aw Yr-rl A, :::1:2:1' ' -HfMfN- -f flfr M 1-1-f, 235 2 , U 1 , . , . ALMA ALEXANDER Jonesboro 6 The little missionary of Rose Hill. v ' YVILLIAM Amis Fordyce The hard-working skipper of the Jnnior Class. . ., ELMER ANDERSON Louann An embryo Patrick Henry. , BEN ASKEW A Fayetteville A near-professor ry' Engineering. GEORGE BASORE ' Berryville It's Mr. Baxore now-marriage agrees with him. BUNN BELL Fayetteville A little bell can't be expected to make much noise. JOE BENNETT Paris . nuff , 9 The slugging outfielder who bats two- ! . P 1' .1 tooty-two: "O, K." I X4 Li LUCILE BLAND De Vall's Bluff The new vice-president of the Carnall Hall Gum-booty. JACK W. BOOKER Fort Smith .in engineering alphabet maker who never passes below B. ALONZO CAMP Patmos "I'm not fond of nobility but I've got to get me an Earle." CLYDE CHANDLER Fayetteville Said to be a flower among Flowers. BLANCHE CHERRY Paris V The pride of Paris-"Look who I am." FRANK CLARK Waldo "I ain't no kin to Champ but I shore can make some speech before the scholar- ship committee." 2 I-'RED E. COKER Monticello One of the men who does big things in a quiet way. Page 92 , '''Hifi.Zi111Z111ZZ'.',','.L',L .:',11:',:,' ',g:.::1.. .'.,..1:'. 11.51211ii:izzzgzi11:Q1:::1:,'.1'f:Ei1gfZg5gQ ii-2 f ff ,',f:'-.',':f- ff"-f..zf, 1 1' 1'-1'1"-f.-' 42 ' , H , ,,, .,,,, ,,. .,,,., V, ff A4-fic :eff-.f-,:,i "'ff'f:,1:.4zev.1w:f -':-pw:4zcr4:ff.:Jfz p+:f.czp:7 xWxfA ,,,v,, H ,. , ..,,, ,,,, , , . f55fff5f f:' 1:4 x 5,Q5055522iZ5iZZJiZ5JZJLQZ5iJ Zn., , 2f?Z7?2W2?f"Wf'Pff2V"f'rf-" ?'7ffVfWPWfVZ4i. C5---'Q M 41 92,3 4wfw:-exszfss,:.e'7g:w - Z '-1-if :"'-.iz flf A: IJ". 77' A v' ff 5 ZZ"..Q'I"-iii"--f,'J"f.f I"'--32'Z"'-.75"-.23 --f-f-----ff-e -----f-f- 33-k -f--f---- ----H .f-f -H1 --f- -y MEC, ' A A 1, ,rg Zi ff -... 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Q5-,jg - ii Er: 5 5 5 tes :LSE MARTHA BELLE ELLIS Fayettezntle 1 She comes from a goodly race. 56,22 Q I EARL Y. FITCH Carlzste Captatn of the Carnall Hall track team. 5. if , . E255 Z7 ZH? 1 5 :ng 22353 WALDO FRAZIER Ozark 32,25 Deacon de luxe Csee page 309 for further 2112 partzcularsj. :HE 2 we 2--fe effii . HELEN FUTRALL Fayettevtlle Look the pzcture over zf you don't belzeve ti?-Y u. 1 A. R. GARLINGTON Boonvztte Busy "Lov1ng, honortng and obeyzngf' 1. A 55,2 RICHARD GILBREATH Fayettevule ' One of Hughes most ardent supporters. P 93 noe fxfee ami A 5 kd 'Z112 Zlffiiiiiiilfif ff11211:Zlfiiiiiliiliiii112C211111111111121111111122211111111121Z2Z1ZZ1QZ11Z11'.'.212'.?1Z1111CZ1Z1ZQZI211211211212Z111121111111131111212, 2 wf f z:-x 1 5 ggi ,. 'fx 5 , M A RGA R ET HA RT Prescott f Wes! Poinl bound-Gonna succeed John 'H J. Pershing. -,- H 4 4 , -- 41,1-ew .eff tif- hh", 74 4 xfi f Z f 'JLQQQCQJJQIEML ' l ' I K., if "ff " 3 ii.: lVlIl.DRI5D GI1.l,1asPlla Fayelleville "Pee-Wee"-she qnil school In let her slmlies caleh up 'wilh her. ,Q K ENT G lm mm. Fa velleville "Bolivar-lhe original liberator ofll. A." Cho! airj. , .f jg ' C'l..uus G. HALL u Lillle Rock Business manager of Ye Traveller, . a lrnsy man. I'l,xRuv I-IANSARD l"ayeHezv1'lle Ile 'weakened as an engineer and will now be a farmer. - 5 1.120 HARDIN Grady An ardent supporler of the Pine Tree 5,1 g Hill. Ei ' Q GRACE MAHAFFED Ho! Springs 1-1 I A good slndenl 'wilh redeeming qualifies. E ,.,..-,,., . ,. lfmmzxcrs I-IARRINGTON Fayelteville The Melhodisl school teacher who also likes Lloyd. fl -1 Llauov HARRINLVTON Foyelteville A lhlele, singer, eharmer of women. : p . 41,-2 T , T MACE Ihluusow Muskogee, Okla. 3 '- I . IIe's eilher a Sigma Nu or a Zela Tan- ' we forget. The imparled special from Randolph- lllacon. 2 Blmcv HAYNIE Prescoll 2 :'Who::s sweet, Bwacie" "Bofe of ns, 1 oney. mi 3 3 3 Umm LEE Hfxvs Rnsselville Tom I-I ITE . Biggers 3 Where do all lhese specials come from? I-IAZEI. HINDS Rogers Nolhing rough in lhese columns on Hazel, by Grab. li fi !'5 ze ,gg 522 I 1 11,22 532 ug if Hi !f,E is-5 me EI? T 2 We . TE E122 Eff WE 5.25 ,fi Vi iv? :vi E52 shi ff? mi gif: fn' QUE 2311? "JE 1275 ,rg VN? awe 11 we nh' E15 QV? if? me ifg We ,V ME 252 E if we 5595 Ek, E E62 , '?:E ES' 5. Kg We :r 5 ,,.5 555 ,f,f, mg ME: fi ,ff s 'ich 5 f ff? VE 5255 ..,,, Page 9,9 25' g 1 I f 52:25 ask 5 1 ,, 22 2 g5?CZ1fi21Z1ZCZ1f1ZZZ1IZ 111112111111 11127-22211111111211111711Z12111111222211ZZZQZ11Z1QZ111122'-1'-11'-'-'.'-'J.:.'.1111121212121111ZlillligiiZL'.?111ZZ111223?1C21i25E 3,7 , ,. J ,, . ,,, 1 ,.-, 7-., 1 ,,..1Z4 7-., L,,., ,In 7,.,, 70, .g--H7-.,, 7--.,gX.,, Z--.M-,,.., yn, Q,,,, 24., ,21.,, Z-.H-is,,,,,.,5 ',,U K .,,, ,-,, ,-, ,-., , -, , -., ,A, , -, , , . 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' -- , Q VESTAL JOHNS Paris ' 5 Just plain John. 2 E E Inv.-x jo11NsoN ASlId0'ZL'1I, 5 A good girl-but for what? F5 . , . ii lr RANCES JORDAN lfayetteeitle :fi , Ye olde Shakespearean Selzotare. ,fag gfjg YLUGENIA KENN.x1zD Fayetteville fig 353,15 En Iish n1a'or-ra id Ire talker. 'VE 5 V, 1: g J X5 1-225 QQ' 5 Emo ICENT Hope Sep-the end clippin' 1I!llf11llCk,' the hard 5155 hittin' ladies' man. 9,22 if l'l21.1x Kmnuoucn Dutch Mills f-ii IIe's kept the scandalous .Yltlugk under cover pretty well. 2,15 1 ' 1 C' . ' 1 xl E vuub KING .Stuttgart gg Cyrus, the king of first basemen. - Jig fl? 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FRANKE PARKE Little Rock From Princeton-taking Arkansas post- graduate 'work in Carnpustry. .. it-5 LINDEN PARK Mena f 1 Champ Vamp of the Three D's-student ir: of students. 3,22 E. D. PARRISH ' Mena ' '- The ugliest bird in the world according to a disappointed Carnall Miss. . 5 53lQfZ"1 ,. mmmu ADEI.INIs PATE Little Rock "A nd so she left Arkansas for Oklahoma .- University. " ,. '1:::.::1"':"3: , ....... VINRRKXHXXXXKYR MXN-IUXHHBIVAXNXXUX ,. ,,.. 11,r:.Qf':-fiI..r:...111 :J 'N W N m 51 m In v W U2 I b ou S E S P M 5 N F1 my W Q Q. A - 'S 'F ... Q :Q 5 2 S Z 'N IPS x S' 2 G. S. 2 me .,3::....3...:.l:,x. ..- .1 --..--' .1 '----' XNNXHKXMRKMNNXM : 1:5 'mi ,... ., XWX S52 F' C 0 '4 "U F1 -I '-I H Q Z F1 E is Q W 5-I N 54 N 'Q 3 ! ."-iz: .xv xxx 5 5.1 "Say's anybody seen Grace?" 51, REX xwxxmmmxxxxxix FLOYD RAGSDALE ' Fkusseltville if He follows the "Hedge-path." :.x: :L NXNNXX 2'1f1 si. 2 - ALAN RICE Fayetteville 2 Alan, the strong rnan. XXKXXNXXXXVAX :HH . -1' - .X mmxxxx IRENE RICHARDSON McGehee ' The Carnall Hall barberette. t! nm XUXKXHPXHX Q 5 Q P 3 F' Q W Q' O 5 5 S ... se 5 G E? bl. W Q. Q S 52 'ii Q, E Q W an A-. 'Q S' r 'E' 1 r yi.. WWW 5 r I :Eff ' LEROY RICHARDSON Hardy v 7 f Our fast coming senator, Ifgee. . , 1. ' 54:1 Q., A I2 K . making her kneel. e-5 I: if :gr wa: 'i 4 i EL :I :I wx g if-sz f gl i 2 I I Q! if f 'g 5 i 5 ' : n 25,55 Page 97 '2 '-. 11 5- i gk 5 4 if- 5 5 1 H1-J ' I , 2 5 '-. EE Z! 7 2 121 2 I z In' 5 "4Liiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiii111112122111712111122Z'.2ZZZZ13221211211311Ziiiiliiilliiliil' LLZZZQ' '.:'.:z':.:'.1'.'.'.1:zzz11:11151: 1211222222111115ZZZZTLZZZLLZZLZ' " I "--.7 ' Z2ZZZ64XfZ! W47f4f Z Z !Z!? 44? . ., . A .ggfjg 1e'31':,yf4 f'i,....,.fg,,,4A,,'Q4.1-, ,fir ' . ,Y 1. ,jg .-.- ' f 1 " ,, f 1 --,f:..- 4 4461,-.1 1, :.,J6i'w-.-Af Zllilfgfg ,f 1 ' - 4 JOHN ROm:1a1zs Grzm-Ile , 3' - 'gj 0111 John, 11l!'fllI'HIl'f lmy. . ' 'S 7, lhwus ROOT Fayvllevillc OJ.. .11 braw' :nan in Major 1Ia1f1ine's war. A' ,f ' . U CARI, ROslaNn,xUM 7-1117 szlwr-:'oiz'z-rl lvnor rn slrong slrqlf. Lillla Rock , who sfn'ria1izcs 4 ROmaR'rA Ros:-s IVILXIIUIYII' I I Sfnix like .v11c's 0. K. , f M E - S '3 G,xlu,ANO RUSHING - C11l'dl'S1l?I' The jiglllin' Razorback will: afjiglzfin' Jaw. u, at F' ll 1 . ,. I A. JAY Russlcu. Bcrryzfillr' ' . ff .-1 jay from a jay-lown. N . . Q V, Y tlluclc S.xx1u1f:1.sON Searcy 1 O JN gt 1'varc 'upon 1IC'f'X1Il7 sure can rook. 'Y ni U rx - , ' ,N Wn.r.r.m SCHOONOVIER Pocalmnlas .11 Pmborly inslrnclor 'who mn 1011 'when his slmlvnls know I11c'ir eggs. , Q2 . . ., 4 AR0l,IN.lE 5COTT Prrsmll "' ' Spvnrhng NIL' wiflivr al homo. V1 - El,lZAI!E'l'lI Sm.1,1sRs E1 Dorado 2 A . The flavor 11'1l1v dancer of "K1m1cr ,. gi ta . Kaparsf' 1 1 .1 V ' 1 AIILES Slum- .Allma I '- l 'Q ' .fl man who would 'walk 1ll'I'1U.Y"ZUl'11, you ggj J know Mildred. , . . 1 . 'x 1 , , , rf? BUCK SLADE 111 Dorado 1, If C11-fry' Prmraricafor of the x111l'l.l'1If .fl mal- Xqi gamaled Order :J Liars. A YIQRA SLAUGHTIER Springdale --" -1 2 3 A . -? :- We PIIIIXI' for Brea111, Vvra-you'rz2 safe. 1 B lucls Sxwm .-1 Tau Bom Pifral brollnvr of Tanlads ', who nz'z'cr studied. Wynne Q 2 Page 98 ,: f:-E 12122 52:2 ..,,, ff'-f- ' --'-'-f ',zzgzgJ,":'."z::1122Z21L1LgE .,,.n1!,:.. 51.5,-fy. 'gif' . 3,5 iff., 3,1 if. 5,f'---4, ff., -. I, 1-.wif--. fo 11z:a24Q45? 4zf :. pk i:':?g::::': 1 1 4 f ff '- 5 ,.., I. 4. ' ,meme f ,1.,,m"ff". . -z, Ass, 'Mx 4,2 4.?,.1M.Mg-if r VI, -... ,,.,,ff CLARENCE T. SMITH Siloam Springs Captain of '23 Razorbacksg call at Regis- trar's ojice for additional information. DE wITT SMITH Partin l Here's 'what you been looking for, Mr. ' Darwin. - JOHN I. SMITH Tyra Ile has the capacity of an elephant in the dining hall. SAM SMITH Tyro The last survivor of Red Lovell's political 5,5 machine. ' CLARA SPENCER Van Buren ' "QSM agri-and all O. K." MIKDGE SPRRTT Fort Smith IIer "Ideal Man" made a decided hit. 'i EDWARD STONE Fayetteville 3 Q 5 Not haU as hard as his name indicates. fi 5 GARLAND STuIIBI.EIf1EI,D Cass-ville, Mo. Q Basket ball enthusiast and good student. 3 i P. O. TETER Batesville b He rooms with Ickey Van Frank-nuff Q ' said. S BILLIE Bon THRASHER Prescott Prexy of the Cadet Club-no wonder he I smokes good seegars. FRANCES THRASHER Prescott Ojicial Carnall Hall announcer. 5 MILDIQED Tosz Fayetteville , .. She hath a way that results in A's. EDNA WELLS El Dorado 1 Q A permanent fixture in the library. VIRGINIA VVILKERSON Fayetteville She lives clear out of University en- vironments. Page 99 Z 1. .1 -',f,,. ,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,, . , ,,,,,,.,,f .fff-f fff- -'-ffe-f- -f-"--'- 4 "'-" "" . ' ' 1 ' ' ,',',f',',' "" , 11' ,.' ' . ' . 411'.f'. 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STANLEY Woon Soma' good Tri Del! Fufxxclzs Woormuvv ' Tillar lzmbvr in lim rough. Fayetteville A11 l'.VCl'J10Hf primary lcaclzer, ll7ly1I07.U. Z mf! .2 N5 3 .,, 5212 11:24 Zifi 25 :E 5 3 H52 z .13 s :fag ::,!5 2122 .. 5 24122 ii!! 52525 .HE 52452 giqqg 72:5 E552 11115 331.2 .: as 1.14: ..5 . JAUNITA WooDsoN Ilarlford "Jun, I 'vo jus! looked ezverywlwre for 2 I you." .' 52 , gl II E! 127 1 - . - ORv11.l.1s C. Woun, JR. Por! .Smuh 'Egg .flsszslanl cdzfor 'wlzosv mlnd zs always ' 'K I 2275, 111 Oklahoma. 00' Sy Ei? 02 , , Num. LACHRY Maguolza gijff Good Ole Nell Zacllry-brzngmg up lhe 5445? - m roar of llle class roll. 'Ji E412 D H , V A lf- . . D V .fag ETQI ' , - -'W QQ? 21:32 A if ' 2' ,av Fi" .. 21: 21? gi I! 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L, ' FV 4 "Y F I . ,A Q V jj j,- 1'-,Q X, "f-If ffj X X " gg wg ,,,, ' ' lil iii3:1ZLiiixizziiiztiliiililgg MM, ., . rj, ig . LADk:I.I.I: ALI.:-:N Lillla Rack "Thathap11yllrin." IL P. ANDERSON I"ag1'llc'viI1c Whvn Ihr' allrarliun lqfl-so Ilirl Loy. CAIIIJ E. A'rKINs ' Clzirlvslvr Iffll blnmlwl Agri. DEAN 0. AIII.'r Donaldson ' Prnlvcmr nf Erlginvvr signs.. I , ' ' 1 Alllililii' V. BAIIIJII Siloam Slprings "Aug dIm'l In' such a kirI."' ' VIQIINICI-1 BAIID II1'Ir'nrI, Okltl. A l'Vl"U8fl1l UlfShSf1!"S all rjighl. M ,IVE ' LAwIII-:Nm-I BAR'I'l-IIIII Wiclgila Falls EW' I A ho! slml from ll Iml shut Inzrn. ' 5 -gf' KIAIKIARET BA1-II-:II Ruuvrs 1, " ' I r f- . . V . '-1: Subd l I.-1 . . .s an lll gn glrl I M1154 X' VIIIUINIA Lma BI-:N'I'nN Siloam Springs ' A 'V ' . - f v 1 .. tt 1 An allraclzzm aj I rz-Dv!! IIIII. ' X i : Q, llomx-:Ia L, Ilmuu- Carlislff 1 4 Track SHIV-ll'lIH'fl lhal Img dig! " -L+, I , -.Jr - - x if' ' ' Lon-I BI.Acx Nowala, Okla. Q ' t A A 7lfl'l' girl from unollzvr slalv. 5,41 F V' '1 -i',ff'j VIRGINIA BIIANHIIAIID I"lIyI'll1'villc V " I SlI7lI!'IJU!fII'H gvi a nan! Iilllv Ilnmv Ev. iff? , ,I , WV. C. BoA'1'nImI'I' Bwrryvillc ' . K A 7H'll'L'1llIl4'f--'IPI' lack Ihr' Ilupv. 1 mf-Lf, ' 5 .1-F X YL 55? .IQIIN Y. Houma l"urlS1nilh ' ' '.,.' Fx' Crip-qf lhrf vrlllcalvll luv. . '52 I ff. . V j. CIIAUIJI-I E. lluwn1Ax Nvwpnrl 1-1 I H "' Our burlzling suI'iI'l1l favnrilv. I Ya ' :Z QQ if lJmcIIcN Bovu llarlforrl ' af K . -' r, 'D it " Whal gnu gin' ml- fur it?" I V Q ' AIACII-I Bovn l"1IuI'llI'viIIz' ' 'I 4 Shffs gunna bv a prnfvssor. it 22595 if A WII.I,IAIu Il. llIv.AnI-'mm Cabal iff, g. g The harfl-hiiiing guard. jgff , I X-IN, A I I ,XL 5 wk- 'aff' . .- If I Lvgf fagg : '?f" 6 Y- M Am' BliA'I"l'UN Aflarshall 2 323: Rina I ' I ' f Buy. how shr' can play that piannl '- 27223. ,-1'm19'L." ' .- If ' 'Q .' i'- ' H fa - I ,rff fi . - I Ffa- -1 , gif.-I fffffl, BI-:nvII BIIANIIMII Ilouslml. Tar. 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CUNNUR f1'llfl'LlSlIl Om' of Ihr' Sig Alf Illljllffllll Amar: Com: I"f1111rIlvvilI1' A tvaclzvr, nn! u cook. Anvnlcn flRAIlAUflIl Bvnlonvillz' Q Ilrznrlxmnr' alhlvlic lypr, .'1lfl'!'l1. s 4-' 53155 1 E 'a'- WYA'1"1' L, CIIAVICNS 2 f se I ..... Sl-ivkvr from fl small lmrn. Paris i Tl'rmMAs ClI1"l'lNfi Furl Smith "II:-Ilo Buys, hou"rr Nou?" f Clarksvillz' ,, w 52, .Im-: CI1NNINK.lllANl 2155 Woman Im1a'r-Izvnvr' Il sluflwnl. W - 115. gif: , 1-1:55 x " 5 NIARIE DAVID:-10N Almzsjirlll E L5 5 E 1' "Kam ynur cya' un hor, Goof." W '- Q W H : 1 ' E15 E W. E. DPIAN Pnrllmzrl An urzkfmzvn qzmnlillf. ' " , Qi? r 1: 5 E 5 , NVILMA IJIUKEY Alnnlir'r'IIn Q , '1 Wi1l's solr' mnlv. 7 , 25255 557 E Page 1041 gifg ,, 5 i'fff-1-Hffu ----f -- -ffff- H'--H'--' -""" 1'''1::2::',1:',z'.',:',::1::1:12L112:Liza:2121211111:z:'::.::z',':,1':1 '-"""'- ' --'- f '-" '- - H -"-- ' fff- ff ff--'E 319-""Q?"'4"'Z1"Q37'5Q57'1 f", ',f"- cfm' Lf'-2 'f'-- ff- M-.5 ,'-,Q - - 'f f - - -f - - f - . f - 1 - . 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FISHER Rogers Z Oh, them vulcanized spectacles. B. A. FLETCHER Augusta 55,35 , .l - "Ole Dock Fletcher." 225.3 55 if Enwm Fox Berryville E -mf 1 . Of basket ball fame. WILLIAM FULLBRIGIIT Fayetteville .HW Willie, the promisin' halfback. 5 5 ii W. W. GARDNER Richmond Old beyond his gears. . ax 5 ' I, ' 3-iz, . 1 fi! 5 51555 BEA1'RICPl Gknm-:'r'r Van Buren gsz-5 '!.': v v Hn 5 "Xe alle do knowe Bee. ' if Qin: w A. H. GARRIHON Sl. Joe ,312 ' A rising young chemist. z . X ELL!-:RY GAY Lilllc Rork ' Not the really handsome Gag. 1' .lumus GIBSON Harris fag E Since he's an Agri, 1l'l?'U let him ride. 25222 , ' . fur? - saw 2.-. 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Huawoon Athens A retiring little feminine. ,E 55,25 W.4'rsoN HALI4 Dartlanelle Ile stays 'em-the women. 'QE Awruun L. Hnnumo Fayetteville Amt yet he's still a Freshman. W. B. IIARDING Fayetteville I He's gonna be a rloetah. 5212 j EL1z.usx-11-11 Hnvs Rogers Egg -'nuzcnf' . , 1 S Lnovn HENm:f-ve Fayetteville He sure is in earnest about -it. BLANCHE Honosox Pittslmrgh, Pa. A sweet girl from a long ways. , C. BENNH-1 IIOECH Bearzlen Mr. Hoech-Sophomore. Jour: Iloncomnm Jtfarble Cillt. Okla. , , , 5,35 Easy come-easy go. E ai ea 2 Siu! . .-ii 51 ELIZABETH Hoovmz Corstczma, Ter. ,' 5 5.1. 2 ' D , 2 51' 53,53 Bliss Hoover is back again. FRANK I'IOI!BFALL College Station Q21 The bane of Buck Ilall. 2 5,53 EnNEs'r Housuw Jlot Springs 53.5 ' ' ' The same birrl as "Rerl." 1? I. W. Howfmn Provo And we didn't even know Iltere was a Provo. iraqi zip. f x Mfmv Hunnms Hot Springs Qffg She has a way about her. 25545 W ' 1225 zip? :Zhi Page 105 1: 5 ii! 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' - 5 1 ..-uf, , I , l,v...5x.g,v K 1 r J 1iUl'Ell'l' .luxmsos l"ayz'llr:viIIc Dcslinrzl for a lurarlbrcakl:r,'lu' aol colrl fool. .lmwx-xl. .lmwzs Siloam Springs Thr' 7l'lf-'ll'!llf1'11 Vampirr. Flux-:lm .Ivov V Waldron Frivlla is going to br' a sclzoolnzarm. ' MM-1 lfAllH'I'EN I-'aye-llcvillc' x . E 215 :z 5221? .. ,Q 9 fij Quiwl. ullllssllmillfl. unknown. I V' , Cmum KI-:NNAN Roavrs jf? Shr' Iikvs Journalism. esz-2 2 1 2, g 5 M,xluuN Lulu Lillll' Rofk 1 'H 3 Soph 'I'n'asur1'r-a 11'1'Il-lo-do 1nan. gflfi F,umm I.,vrnu:u Corning Ilvslilzwl lo bvronw a business Jigurr. W ISI vKOI.l'J'l' Inlxmzmzwoon Paris A jolly lillll' llappor, lim.:-:N LEWIS l"a1l1'llc'z'ill1' 1: 12 Sha halh a sr'l'1'fr' look. '. -A my . . . -M, -Q If IIHDI-BRICK L. LIEISOIKI' l'ayf'll1'v1llc 5 g X -ff 111-'s jus: An. 1.m1o11, fiyg " :5 ,lnxms 'l'. In.m'n Llllla' Rook HY? .1 ef 44, A Ask Ihr' woman for rofvr1'm'1's. gfgg - - ' -N ,s 1 . if Q2 1 - . Jw. ' .5 EUNIC1-1 IAlVEl.l, Sprlnallalv Wig - 'I - . .. -- ' 4 f f - t ,A 3341 Q Ono of lin' Carnal! Ilall slamlhys. 522512 -- - 1- A f" ' Q. A - . -' fe. A GMNEQ I.m'1-:l.l. A Sprinflrlala "Q,-: ' ' R1'1l's kill hrollzvr-an 1'na1nr'1'r. 2232 ' f l Q' ' ' . , 6162 4 1.1 , fm l.m',w l'a111ll1z1Il1 ,A , 1 1 1. , , . , gg-g 4 215 . , A 1lo4'lor-In-lu' fllllll 1IT!'Nl'l'll7l11J7lSl. 3515 ' 15. 2 4 K - , ss as '. -A ly Gus' M. Mlmxmss Lvarl Illll - 'l'hora-'s an a zrful lol to Alaanvss. - 12,1 , ' . AIONA IXIAIMNM llalrlron. Mfg . lion, paav Sigh -Ionian! " I 51,25 25,22 Paar' 106 35 E315 E wig 523-'Z 1: E7 1, '3 55432 51:5 iii? 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BORDEN McGEE Ilanllloy, Tux. mf' The womf-n have him down at last. v Anuccx-: IYICIIENRY El Dorado , d Wo usrrl to have har classijiorl-no morn! Es'rELl.E MCHENRY El Dorado One of the nice, substantial kinds. ARTHUR R. McKENzm V Booneville " You Cassius hath"-thal's lilac. E Ya' 2 2 nf :ua 4 2155, LOUISE MuI.Eon 5 2-5 Amcm McNun A risina cub reportvr. .losl-:murm Minus Wa fron . Someone sure uvznlcrl hcr to rome back. Faycttcvillr' Faycttcvillv Thom runs. them lips-them noscl ALICE BIILLIKEN Evvruborly knows Alivo. Litlla Rock MINOR. IWILWEE Horatio 5 A Kappa Alpha recruit. Jmwx-nm. M1NN1s Roc Sho svfvms all right so far. Dmm-mN1-1 Moouum Faycltvtzillv You'1Ifinrl hor always tht' samv. JOHN D. Moons: Huntington To flat his Al. D. his ambition. 2 Hmm-:NE Monmsorx Fort Smith 21515 An intvllifmnt girl-ran' varioly. a 5' CHAIN.:-:s NEWHAM 5235 Wally R1'itl's only opponbnl. Gmmn NICll0I1H 1 How hc can play that rorncl. 25132 Page 107 Little Rook Ozark 1Lynn.,..,,,,,,...,,-,,-,.,,,,,,,,,,,.-..,,,.......,,.,.,,,,,.,,,,..,,.,,....-....-,.,...,,,-..,.,..,,..,.,......,,,..,,,,.,.,...,...........,...,. Mx.. ,. 1 '15 :ts EEE IU? 5:2 SV? ,ts -15 W., 154 ?:,E -.., fs ::, :es .., ,...s .-4 :nc typ lu? VI? 2342 A-.f lag P225 .,, E212 :zz ..v, we 3:15 W., 5,2 .., Vi? :Ei 71:5 252 .. . 2.312 5155 . f iff? .QUE ,L , 'iii 252 Mfg .xg .,,f ':-5 ,.. 5 314' :f 'F 5222 :swf 1:2 Z f E515 5 2515 22:12 2515 29:4 ft: ?i tig I 5 . , we 5 : , ..,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,.-.,.,....,,....,,.,.,.:,,,,.:........:.,.,....,.,L,.3---V--,--133--:wif-3:-y--:--,---3:-:H-:--5-f:H:,::--i--:--47-7-,-A-if-5, ff' if 51,53 : xl'-.,.:Xf.,'7'-.,'7:..,'7:-.ufx1-,,5Z'.,-Ugg--.,jfr'f,,jg'f.,7,'--,,75--nf '-.Z,"f-4 '-U4 '-UZ, '-fffy-.,Z,"1.ff J'-Vi '--.4'--,?"'-..f,""-35 9 kZ? XX Z Z! Z !XZZ ZZXZZ! Z ! 5 .1 .., M2 :,g ' ' was , , ,. 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'lx 2 ff g 51.5 GLADYS PEALE Fayetteville A California product-. :tj , .3 11,-2 . e : 2 f INIILDHED P1-annum Pine Bluj ' ' Shffs back in school aqain. 5 Moxrmu P1-:nous Pine Bluff ,Honey-the demon athlete. 21, IIIAIILE PINK!-m'roN Russelville The famous dancer, Pinkie Pinkerton. 2 5 I 3 WALTQN Puma Fayetteville 25-fi, ' A home town product. 5152 5 'P 5 5 2 f, f 2,755 "4 .bm Mun' Pnuxfru' Oklahoma Ciltl. Okla. 3 ' The eternal question mark. Q54 Q Rm-neEl.l. PUIIDY Forllyco 5 5,3 Not uct in the rogue's gallery. 5 12. 5 1' 5 2 DOIIIB QUAI LE Fort Smith. E Some bird! 2 ff ' f , . 5 Glmum Rmzsnu Jacksonville 35.22 .' f f The Pride of Jacksonville. 55,2 Six 5 Wi 5 ' Vxncmm- Rn-may Fayetteville IIe'll make 'cm squirm nezt year. 2 x 2 M35 we if E Page 108 EH? 2-E5 1 . ,...., 2 gy ,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,, ,,,... , ..,.f..-4.-f .-'- 3 3 2133--L-.33-13313333333333131315111111:37,:'.z':.',1'.':.'.',217.1121121211Lliiiiiiyllllljiii ----- gg'-pfffbfj, E f2'jA--5 -5.-:AZ ',- ' 'gi 3' ' f 1jA".' ' ' 11.1 ' 'lil'-Z'jL1j2Lf:5 " .,,',:,:.,..: 4.1.75-.,,174..,':4--.,,7g--,gf-.,,341..jZ,""-715-.vyzh-..7f?::2G1t.f6'w,1-:ll 92523 ff44 4QM 1::::::11'g11:117fxffz41ff:1::1 ,n:-.1-:fa-54061,f ff:-4-W - - 1 i Hg, me :oz an-: ,J -7 'Q-vga, ,L , W, Q-iiif.Q2!52J 1 5 ,MQ -?fa, f 441' ,:9,4::::fahf:f', :oz ,,f,.:,f1fffz4 .tf,f:,pZ:1:-prfsfzf 5 2 'y..- , A if1,,ik 4i2'455Lila'-5fIf55g' 624Z 5 jj,-7gQ?'QWJv2iffi 5 5 7, ..,, ,H ....,...f 7 -----f-.. . . . J. .,f.. V .-,---f,--ff- -HfQ43!Z,-- R, V v,f- qv ..... , ,..... .,.,..f,,-. , ..,.. - ,Y ,-,-f,- 90. ---f.- novo? 3,22 1 12 '- ..'-"v-' 0,4111 '- ' JOHN E. RITCHIE Texarkana A veritable carouser. Hifi 5 CARLAN L. Ronolms Gravetle A husky farmer larl. uf: RAPIIAEI4 SALIHA lilglhevillc 55215 Young "Sally-bow." ,S 35554 , g SIIELLEY SANm1:usoN Texarkana 1 The tgpc tlzat's always friendly. if x il-125 A as si Donurnv SAVAGE Springdale 35,2 TIzat's her hair--not are 551 5 1 ' 5 I! I . Ervrm-m Scum' M'onIirel1o 2 J jj IIow'rl she get to be a Sophomore? 3:3 5272 JACOB SHARP Jonesboro '. .llarrl to calelz with the goods. iff? W. F. SHEARER Lincoln gif. 2 1 I Pre-Alert shark. if iii. 1 .1-j GRACE Sims Lillle Rock A pillar of the City Tags. iii? 5 'r 5 I I if 23X - LEONARD SM 1-:An Camden . Q. Hart Schayner and Alan: morlel. gif VxvxAN Smrrn Little Rock 22' 99 percent pepper. Ein . ,E lg 1 Lucius Smxcms Rogers All-Arkansas tackle. llf ' 2 :. 11 1 2 '15 24' W1r.mAM P. STATON Wichita Falls, Ter. The magenta-lopped kid. Q ips? IIARLAN C. STEWART Greenwood 5' His dignity is enormous. : '15 F 5 Ls E Q 7? 21553 LUCY S'r1ucxI.ANn Waldron A girl from the mountains. . GEORGIA Scuwmm Hot Springs E932 Georgia-of the big, wistful eyes. gig, 5,235 f f 1 r a! ', TRAVIS TxroMAs lllagnolia jjx IIe eats mighty hearty. 5 r ' MARION Tuormm-znnv Fayetteville 512: :E 5 5 5' Another excellent student. 1 ga , sid: ,Z CARL TOALSON Corning Making "Hot Shots" lziszspecially. 1 gf? 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Wnawrox Inlrurlucinq the "rloclnr." Lum Wlu'r1-: A qvzlwrrzl fnvurilv. .171 Agri girl-lmncc prnrnisinn. -- Tvnnis rlrmnn. vnialgvl nmdvl. .-lurlirm bridge marvwl, I"l0i1'. lfayvllvvillc Nmrpnrl Wurrvn EI Dnrurlu Ifrnlimvillr' Prvsvull L1K'Ufll'l'S Harrison I-'flyflrllwlllc Ilamburg l"a11c'llrrviIlrf Shi' has the slujl un lhc profvssors, El Dorado Ozark 5 5 Hmmm:-1 Wul'rI.0w Ilamburg Majors in llllf Ifrvv-rfnnzr. , :XIAHEL Wxmum-1 W-irlzila Falls, Ter. K S,lI"S ll plrasrml nlrl girl. lhxzm. W1l.l.mMs l"1uu'llc'villc Slirks ln the Erlucalinn cnIIr'f1l'. J. E. Wu.:-xox Lufkin, Tvf. 1VlllNll'lIll'-l',I'-l"fl'Sl11lIllll Prr'.ry. Norm Woon Arkazlrlpllin ,255 Sha: has Il gon!! 1l'lll'I1flIl' vvrrylorzv. Gnov mx ZINN El Durnrln Yr' lmnurahlc Sl. Pnl. 2 Omvx-1 MM-: ICICI!!! Ifnyrrllvvillc Hn: A promising bukvr nf hiscuilx. Page 110 ' x. 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The freshmen class has come through-pretty well shot, it must be con- fessed. More members were lost via the nonfscholarship record than were killed in India through the cholera epidemic. The First president of the class, elected through a misunderstanding, was Dean Sims, colored custodian of the Men's bathhouse. true-but that was typical freshmen politics. All things considered, the class has been a glorious one. Towering out above the general mass may be seen such men as Osterman, Hereford, Sexton, Leake, Rogers, Sims, Dickinson, Rainwater'--all worthy of mention of some sort or another. The women include such nationally known personages as: Biddy Dake, Marie Pim, Wealthy johnson, Emily Futrall, Mary Nell Powell, Virginia Dupuy, Virginia Benton, Marjorie Rood, Lucile Duke, Marie Goodwin, ad infinitum-beauties, intelligencia, dumbbells, and ct Cetera. lt has been a grand year and the class is proud of it. 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VVILLIAMS GEORGE BASORE GARLAND S. RUSHING HARRY HANSARD WILLIAM H. BRADFORD SAM W. COLEMAN ALFRED CRABAUGH BRACY HAX'NIIE WILLIAM AMIS REX KILBURN MEMBERS A Baseball CHARLES JAMERSON ' LELAND ROBERTSON JACK EAST ' JOE BENNETT VVALDIERSEE HENDREY Track g ROBERT W. ROBINSON - FRANK W. PICKEL COACH FRANCIS A. SCHMIDT The announcement of the ap- pointment of Coach Francis A. Schmidt as a successor to Coach George W. McLaren has been received at Arkansas with en- thusiasm. Coach Schmidt for the past five years was director of athletics at Tulsa University CHenry Kendall Collegej and built up a record in the four sports there that speaks con- clusively for itself. ln 1919 his team, playing at Fayetteville, defeated the Varsity 63-7, one of the most disastrous defeats ever suffered by Arkansas. Coach Schmidt reports at Arkansas with the beginning of Summer School. He will be particularly strong on the job September 15, when practice Starts. 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Five games were won decisively by the Razorbacks, one was a 0-0 tie and three were lost. The three games that went to the wrong side of the slate are not indicative of any defeats on the part of the Razorbacks however. L. U. was decisively outplayed and should have been beaten in a walk. Oklahoma A. 8 M. won by a horseshoe, a luckily intercepted forward pass giving them the winning tally in the last two minutes of a scheduled 0-0 game. T. C. U. won by an aerial attack that was brilliant, but not so brilliant nor substantial as the Razorback attack. Two Razorbacks were given selections on the first All-Southwestern eleven, a decided honor, since Arkansas has not placed more than one man per year in the past. several seasons. Three more men were given picks on the second and third teams, bringing the total of Arkansas men who received attention for the mythical eleven up to five. The curtain will roll up next season with all of the veterans back except five. XN'inkleman, Robinson, Ardis Smith, Holderby and jamerson, being the men lost through graduation. The new coach will have promising material on hand-a potential Southwestern championship eleven if everything breaks well. HENDRIX The Hendrix Bulldogs furnished the meat for the first Razorback gridiron feast, the session being played upon the home field. 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The touchdowns were made by Wink, Stubby, Kilburn and Harrington, Win- kleman kicking all goals. Hendrix fought a clean, hard,game and the sports- manlike conduct of her players left a lasting impression upon football followers of the Razorbacks. , -1.1: ..,i, 5142 ix 5 H52 :4-. H I 5 DRURY The Drury Panthers came to Fayetteville the second week of the season only to meet the smoothest rolling, hardest fighting machine that they en- countered during the year. Every Razorback got into the fight and in spite of the fact that the Panthers were heavy and full of fight, easily rolled them under to a 40-0 defeat. Straight football was relied upon to annex the game and it proved irresistible. Touchdowns were registered by Ardis Smith, VVin- kleman, Robinson, Harrington and Fullbright. Winkleman used the educated toe to advantage in scoring four goals after touchdown, getting credit for one miss. jamerson failed to register on his attempt for an extra point. OUACHITA October 15 was a date to be remembered by the Ouachita Tigers. For several years the Tigers had been clamoring for a game with the Razorbacks, and through the co-operation of Little Rock pigskin fans, this clamor was stilled. In spite of brilliant defensive work by Coy Shugart, Tiger captain, and his team- mates, the Razorback roller scored a total of 28 points and the game finally ended 28--0. Robinson and Winkleman rated two columns of Howery praise in the next day's Gazette, indicative of their stellar playing. It was a game to be remembered by Arkansas students and one that they celebrated with a great deal of enthusiasm. Page 129 gle: 4: 1 -1 EEL' E551 IZ'- . R -.r Eli! rt!! 5 2 2 5 9 , 5 E Z E 2 9 2 5 E I K E :sz ..,, ag N. 3 x :'i LE 3.2 lf za! in ,. 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In the last quarter with the score 0-0 and but two and one-half minutes to play, Arkansas attempted a short forward pass to make first down. The ball, after being batted around by both teams, fell into the arms of Nichol- son, Aggie end and he sprinted 55 yards for the game's lone marker. The game was one of the best ever seen at Stillwater, according to the Aggies, and the 7-0 defeat of the Razorbacks was no disgrace although a great disappointment 5 I 9 5 1 5 to Varsity supporters. The breaks of the game were with the Oklahomans and the breaks decided the outcome of the session. SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY The Razorbacks came back against M. U. at Fort Smith, following the Aggie game, with everything in their attack-punch, teamwork, and headwork. The game was played at Fort Smith on October 29 and was the fourth bright spot on the Razorback's list of victories. S. M. U. had a heavy team and a A, capable quarterback to direct them and at the outset of the contest it seemed as though S. M. U. would reverse the outcome of the game ofthe year before. Brilliant defense and an irresisfble offense gave the Varsity a 14-0 victory however, with Ardis Smith taking most of the limelight and credit for the victory. The game gave Arkansas its first conference victory. LOUISIANA f Louisiana was outclassed in every respect in the annual Tiger-Razorback game, but the kicking toe of Ives, together with one long forward pass, gave Page 1.30 F filfiilijLv.1111121211TZi','.'.ZQZ1'.11Qfff1'.Z'Q1',T.1Z11Z2ZZZ11211211111?C1Q1f?1112f21'.1'-'.'.'.'.'.',f.',l.'.',',11111LZZCQQI11112111121L11T.1',1ZZZ2Z1'1Z?1112ig2g f-- 7--. f-A. -ff-. f ,fa ffmffl. 7'--, 1 ,A-4. -1 7-f., X'-.. -ff-. ,ff--,-,-ff-. ,M-. ff'-. 11--. 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Both teams played consistent ball but the exhibition was not up to the usual Varsity standard. Phillips played the entire game in her own territory and did not threaten the Razorback goal, some consolation for the Varsity supporters. Arkansas later secured a dope decision on Phillips by defeating Baylor in the face of a 35-0 Baylor victory over the Oklahomans. ' BAYLOR If old man Dope amounted to anything, he would have given the Baylor Bears an easy victory over the Razorbacks. In spite of an alleged handicap of about 35 points, the Varsity completely outplayed and outgeneraled the Bears on a muddy field and annexed the game 13-12. The score is not indic- ative of the superiority of Arkansas however. The Razorback total of 22 first downs to Baylor's 9 shows the relative strength of the contestants. The Baylor game went down in Arkansas history as a victory of first class importance. The night of November 18 was marked by a shirt-tail parade in a drizzling rain and the following day saw "13-12" painted in red all over Fayetteville. ' Page 131 X f 4,:w2py4 Wf ff2fffff2f :4zona-Vx-1f:fMWfzWf4z4W:r::':WAyfAf1:-1 ,' .L fazxmzff 4 aa, , 1 1,.., -. , agp, .a W. ,,f,..,,f,aa:,y ' fha. X ' A ' L O' 4 A4 67 Z-kffwwwfzfa1:p:4,:11:-4wzf1Wz.Wz::zf f f f 55:3-'1:2:.':'r4':+, "Q iff ! faq? ,gh gf ' -1 I w 2, f ,uf K , 4 gf if if If I 1 I In 1 as 4 z n H 213. ilu!-if " f' 1 ' ' 31315 tie' 011121, af, 'qgzfaegfff -, . fyffzx1:1211-241:-1,192 1 gp-HH ------f,-f-- elf. -1 .M gin - .1 YV- 2,441 .,,, p....,.,,,,,.- ,.,. , .... ..., ,,,. 1,-.,,,,,:,.:,,-:,3g5 Z',f 1 21,5 "' , ,,'f' C ' TEXAS- CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY . A brilliant overhead game by T. C. U. defeated the Razorbacks at Fort Worth on Thanksgiving Day. 'Winkleman played the most brilliant game of the season for the Razorbacks and was a big factor in the strong showing of the Varsity. The final score was 19--14. The game was an alternationlof touch- downs, each team scoring in their respective tum, T. C. U. taking the first tally. Texas resorted to the forward pass almost entirely while Arkansas resorted principally to straight football. ' V 3 5 As a result of the seaso11's showing Arkansas ranked third place in 'the conference scale. First place went to the Texas Aggies who were' undefeated, 5 second place to Texas University, and the runner-up position to Arkansas. 25:11 2 , The standing as officially. figured was as follows: , f P W LTied Av. 5 Texas Aggies .. 4 2 0 2 1000 12 Texas University. . 2 1 0 1 1000 Arkansas . . 4 2 1 1 667 51:32 Baylor . . . . 5 2 2 1 500 ' iii? Rice Institute . . 4 1 1 2 500 Oklahoma Aggies . .55 5 1 4 0 200 11.3 3 1 2 1 333 if s. M. U. . . . l 55:15 ' S225 l 52.22 255.5 22:52 2715 ...Z 1511, ' 2212 UH, 5:5 1,75 .151 ' a f 1 ..5 gy, ini? 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Q,"v,z".,1:g'1..Sf'Q'--.:..':'-af 4"---4"-Alf,"--.:,' 2fQ121fIf'Zf.1222L1211211112111ZZZZLZZZZZZZKZ3lf'1'1ff1,Z42,j' j.1,,.gf,iLf., . f,1,5J4 a411ai::11::::::::g:::11:::::1::::1:::::::1::::::::::::::::,gg5 4 l HOMER MCCONKEY HARRY HANSARD , ROBERT ROBINSON ALFRED CRABAUGH I HOMER MCCONKEY, tackle: When "BOBO" got into the game, there was a bulk of 250 pounds added to the line. I-Ie was a powerful man and nothing short of a British tank could go through his position. British tanks are barred in the Southwestern football social circles however, so nothing ever got through when he was there. i ROBERT ROBINSON, fullback: Talking of stars-how about this Stubby boy. He plunged the line until the opposition whimpered from bruises a-.:. 5452 and he could back up the defense equally well. Making the first All- Southwestern was a fitting honor for Stubby's last year on the squad- , and an earned one. HARRY HANSARD, left end: In the summary of the all-conference ends, little Harry Hansard of Arkansas was not forgotten by the powers that be--on the contrary. Harry has the stuff to be a spectacular football player, and he shows it all the time. ALFRED CRABAUGH, end: When Winkleman was called back into the 5 backlield, Crabaugh, a new, untried youngster was called upon to fill the responsible shoes of the captain. That he did it and did it satisfactorily can be shown by the number of men who failed to pass his end and the number of passes he captured. Crabaugh is a valuable man for the future. Page 13.5 fQQQ2Q?k4k27 f2y W m fkz f x4 ifagmffffwz-4,7f4f1-1-11444-afflf1:4 vfavxffgfg gym? V ' Y 9iWi 44Wyy 4,-X-. 'ff--. f . '- 4 1 f---. - 1 E 4 .4 4 f. f-. Q 1'-.. 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A -f - Z Lf Q ,..,1 aft ,-., 1 .if 1 2 .nfs j--Q ,f , , 71:-:1.s.'::fe, -' ''.":Q.F..f,.?,f,f.?..:1f.i-f1.,.f.1',Z gig?,,......,.,,.,.....,...,..,..,..,,.,....,,.--.fn---a-akzzf --1, Q a,?.....,,..,,., ..,,..H,...-.,..,-..,,,...,,-,,.,,E5: 55,1 ,f,',,,'. 1,15-V ::f , f -- -. gsm ,I ,.. 5 :rf "-'--.....,..,ff " Z:,:: "I ilff 3 iii? ,af 2. 11. F Ii: ,I .. Ei' :if .. r g H' il: ix. .V ia, si sz-1 .-1 :- if-Fi - il? if ug ,, ... if 1 . .1 . i -.:: 25 ,.. V5 1 Ei .x SE! G-Eoucs Bfxsoiua WILLIAM BRADFORD RICHARD HOLDERBY REX KILBURN I :sf G GEORGE BASORE, guard: "Bazoo" is big and he has had three years of experience as a member of the Razorback Varsity. An injured shoulder kept him from performing at top speed through the season and he was kept ready to step into the hole of some man who weakened under the strain. A man like George is valuable to any team. 51325 RICHARD HOLDERBY, halfback: Dick gave everything he had to the team, but a badly sprained knee just before the opening game blighted his chances to repeating his success of last year as a first string dependable. Dick's loss to the squad will m.ark the passing of one of the hardest working, consistent men who has ever worn a Razorback uniform. WILLIAM BRADFORD, left guard: Bradford used his head and his fighting spirit, and by hard work won a berth in the first line. He wasn't very large 55 5 as collegiate football players go, but his "old fight" won him general recog- nition. Bradford has two more years to play. n. REX KILBURN, halfback: U When "Dummy" was called upon for a gain it was generally right there for the Razorbacks, and if they didn't get it, it wasn't no fault of Dummy's. Injuries, the general jinx of the team, kept him down somewhat but he starred when he was feeling right. .wi if ii 351 asa' gs .f I :Q " 1:2 2511 5 Page 137 I s"' 5 i:1::::::1:: :::::::::: ::zzz::zz:1:acc1:21:12:z::::::::::::z1::::::::::::::::::11zzz:1::111132111:','.::1z':.::1111112212: 1: :::::::::::: ::::::::::::::f,':' "i ig 51?-gy:--.,:4n..,7g--,.77-'.7:'f-.ffr-fA1.,7:'--Zgjf5---,77'---EA'---.zjjgggjgfjjggj'--.if:--'74-,yy'.,pfg--.34--.:21'-t.,' ,, ' , iitfssssszsssssfzzfz::::4:ae::ss:s::e:::::rzxwznzesa-,-,,,p::::::f1 f:f,-.f5- ,,,, 0:11-,e1av,w::::1:::1 aff1g:::::: 35525--.L-. W. ,.f X .., I I is 2' 1-1 I 1 x 1 3 X nf " all 2,5 X 4 X I n is E 'Ia Sl ' 1 X -x 1. ak-. LJ, 3 Q 1, ptr., ' 1, Gr, ,- 5J?,,,1. ,:'g...ue1:::'w1:pz V' .'y1,f V, " .-,J ,V tfta ff. jg V, ,. , 4 -,rf ., va f-...I s fi - . H-v:'i2.' 51 fluff 1 5 :ef - f 0 BHK- 4-,1 lfuir 'QV' 'V 9.54, ,,4f1ff4,ffpff,fff,,,, -1,427 -V K. . if ,' . -J - ,- ff gram' and Trofpecif HE RAZORBACKS in 1921 had a very successful season, as seasons go, winning five out of nine games, tying one and losing three. The team went against heavier opponents in almost every grid battle and every victory won was on sheer superiority. Those lost were usually decided by the breaks of the game. Arkansas' most disastrous defeat of the season was 7-0 at the hands of Oklahoma A. X M. when Oklahoma scored in the last three minutes of play on an intercepted forward pass. Louisiana won by a three-point margin that was not wholly deserved, and T. C. U. annexed the only other Razorback defeat 19-14. . I Q Q The prospects for the coming season are somewhat in doubt. The bright promises of a championship team through the return of many letter veterans are part'y eclipsed by the loss of Coach George IV. McLaren to Cincinnati University. There are undoubtedly many other coaches obtainable, but Mc- Larens are rare and the team will feel his loss severely. Of the returning letter men, Rushing, VVilliams, Hansard, Crabaugh, Cole- man, Bradford and Basore, in the line, led by the redoubtable Captain C. T. Smith, should insure a worthy first line offense and defense. In the backfield, Haynie, Amis, Kilburn, with the aid of such men as Harrington, Fullbright and Berry, should forma strong nucleus there. Harrington, Fullbright and Berry were substitutes to the Varsity who were kept from their letters only by the breaks of fate. The new material is particularly interesting. Out of the freshmen of 1921 such Hgures as Brown, Rainwater, Harrison, Sims and Hamilton in the line loom as excellent Varsity material. In the backfield, Bennett, Rogers, McCul- lough and others seem full of promise. Other men among the freshmen were handicapped through the year in various ways and did not get full opportunity to show their stuff, hence predictions cannot be made for them. It can safely be said, however, that the freshmen offer better first year material than has ever been seen here since the days of Hugo Bezdek. The schedule next year is a hard one. Games will be played with Baylor, Oklahoma A. Sc M., Rice Institute, Ouachita, Hendrix, Drury, S. M. U., Tulsa University and Louisiana. It will take a good team to successfully meet this list of opponents. The material is at Arkansas, however, anda prediction of another successful team, comparable to the team of 1921, seems to be warranted. Page 1.18 1F11Ef1?13E11E11EE'i. :3?12QEf52?f?l'f1?11921125 -?11??f251:p:z::'7:: :p:.f 'ar.:'f f X If ',,,Z'.'M, X., 1 ,W I .AM f .,"4.,,,f, .64 .., , .,, , .. L .,, q ., , . . 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Of the freshmen team, a team that won three games and lost one out of a season's play of four contests, McCullough, Rogers, Brown, Sims, Harrison, Rainwater 1 and Hamilton seem worthy of special mention for brilliant or for steady playing. Page 1 39 ezf -' uf, ?Q1CZZ1ZT?TZCf1fffif'ffZiifliiililiiL 121212222211LEl'.iA1Z1LZ1Z1QZ12111212171.22E112111111213221':',',gE',Q:,',12,1121212212121121122111 ,':.'.!.'.f.:.1:.Z'.1,ELg112?1Q 1 ff ff-1. pfr'-ff:--..:.f:-f.:,-4- pf:-.,zf,, -1 . . --W4 "1-f f 'wx fgQ,Qggf2242ff.1:44:g.f fn 24,441 Q15 4, -,pnzfzwza :6'z4'7444:z97ZS52?2 2' 11:.v:z::':-24:4-as +z,11vQ4:z: waz Wzxazcsn 5:1515-r f '-5-'ff' ::1.:: 1z5:2z4k The freshman team was a cleeiclecl credit to the University. ff 1, , I Is Af 22,1 '.5,11-wiv-.Mgnpff'-ai A A 1 jggjfiidfw if -,J-fri'1rfQ '12 . .CZLLZLJ f - .i' . ' 27, , . OL!! Datsun IND f . - , YM-mv 'IRKHSUN 1 - ' i f : . ' 1'-E ,v 15:5 2515 51:5 iii-5 . . 2 iii W3 -A , -'K Mm,,.! 5 , i 1 X , . , 1: '15 .-..,- .' 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JACK EAST f , 1 ' Paae 1191 5 E :. 1' 1 1 if . iQ- 1117, ,s,Wrw4anpwvQW, u5 m wWWfm w4 4azef,n Av f " qysl, V. if ' 'Z' 'Q-E 1-'f74Z:f..eQgr4, . , ..-4-sgx4:z4::ffQ::4fZZ ,, ' ...V ?7ff:, ,V M , , , H... ,uf 1 COACH NORMAN COYLE Entering his second year as coach of the Razorback nine brought many difficulties in the path of Coach Norman Coyle. 1:3 iii H 5 5 5 5 The fast and aggressive team of fn 1921, developed under him, had been wrecked by the loss' of six " very valuable veterans, and the problem of how to fashion a f winning club from four veterans and a yardful of mediocre scrub' material was his problem. The Razorback schedule ahead of the team was a heavy one. After a dreary season, 5 opening in the rain under con- ,g clitions which the team could not get a fast start, the club , took the road for Texas, play- ing seven games in six days in that section. That the team came out with as good a record as it did, with scores as close .3 and as full of interest as they U were, is indicative of the fighting Coixcn Noiumx Covte spirit that was inbred into them by Coach Coyle's system. f I When the final analysis of the 1922 season is made and when the 5 petty jealousies and non-cooperations, disclosed through the season, g are discounted, the season should loom up as a successful one. The , team and the coach labored Linder severe handicaps and the over- 3 .1 coming of these handicaps was in itself an achievement worthy of the name. ,, .3 . Q52 , . 5 Page 142 E? s si: , 5--rf '1 f- uf rf- -.'fQ1.Ef4.f:A-5.'.,1w px' xx? ,rf?'ff- if 0 ' ff 2 ' 'ff X, f vf47 f f f jf f 0 lie 1922 Brzyebzzll Rqzorbackf K .M ,, ... :abt I 1 I 1 1 9 5 1 5 s 5 L15 S i., FH? :UL in'-2 Zi' -:ri 'i"3 , , a a :Eff '::'5 1 ,si l .1 .-5 1 ,est K Stiig ifii :eff .5 1.5 ' .E ., 155 -, :fi Top row, left to right-S. E. Kent, Cy King, W. H. Bradford, C. D. jamcrson, Wm. J. Schoonover, jack Gorum, Waldersce Hendry, john Bonds, Jack East CCaptainj 5 Bottom row-Coach Coyle, joe Wallace, joe Bennett, Leland Robertson, Monroe Perdue, Bracy Haynie, William Lyon, Degen Boyd THE TEAM Bradford, Kent, catchers, Robertson, jamerson, Gorum, pitchers, King, Lyon, first basernerig Haynie, secondg Perdue, short, Wallace, third, Schoonover, " .f -955 Hendry, Bonds, utility Men,' Bennett, East, Boyd, outjielders. -Q53 '! .l.lT1 " :E 15 55.1 E511 . ,14 Handicapped by a lack of experience, the 1922 Razorbacks got off to a slow start, but their indomitable Fight and their tight playing in the pinches always K made them formidable opponents. From the 1922 squad will be left a fair nucleus around which to model the 19213 team, a club that should do big things on the diamond. if 5 :sf :'.:Z 1.5 3151 t X 'v. 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The job of whipping a squad into line from this array of material proved to be a difhcult task because experience was needed both in hitting and in fielding. East, captain and outfielder, Bennett, outfielder: Jamerson and Robertson, pitchers,and Hendry, utility infielder, were the veterans around whom the squad had to be shaped. After some degree of system had been injected into the team play, the weather again interfered with the scheduled program by postponing the opening of the season by over a week. Two sheduled games with the alumni Old-Stars, an annual attraction as an opener, were called oft because of the weather, and a f few days later the Pittsburgh Pirates, scheduled to meet the Varsity, passed H5 through Fayetteville without stopping, due to the influence of local cloudbursts that had been sweeping over the section for the three days immediately pre- ceding the scheduled game. The start of the season being postponed involuntarily, State Normal of Conway opened the schedule April 4 and 5 with two games on the local park. The first game pitched by Robertson ended 2-27 called in the eighth inning because of rain. The second game went eleven innings to a 7-7 draw with jamerson on the mound, darkness ending the session. Starting April 9, the team started on a week's swing through Texas, meeting Texas University, Baylor University and Texas Christian University teams on that t.rip. The burden of pitching, resting on -Iamerson and Robertson, proved Pam' 140 55 ,Mg .525 ,.,. I ' "" f:l1:,1i-Zzlllz' ' 'VZ'11,-'-221112111fff:i11f22111111121f1111if1 .1'..l1.f Qi''.'.','.',',',',','.11',',1:21111111221121121121:111111"1111jj'A','fLYL:iir.g y "ff 1 'ff-' "ff"--X-f 'f'--I f---Z7--,.2 -,.-Z 7-.?-M555 7'--,Q . '.,, -lf. 1, ,"--ff. 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'If' T fi A ...., 'I 'V X P' 11. f x -in '5 Ilia! 2243 iii' 5-fi il Q vit Pk Y .5 lvi, lift l 5 i vig Top row, left to right-Kehoe, Hill, Russell, Dempsey, Ecller ,N if Second row--McNutt, Roe, Lynn, King, Carr, Sandlin, Ramsey :Dj ' in fze Federal Bafebezll Team ,xi :ft la Personnel of the Club: Catchers--Lynn, Edlerg pitchers--Carr, McNutt, Blairg 'injielders-Sandlin, Roe, Kehoe, Russell, Smith, ouljielders--Edler, Hill, :NX Campbell, Ramsey, Dempsey, faculty manager--King. ,fl , at lf 'f THE SEASON Q' J The second year of the University of Arkansas Federals found the club with a number of experienced men from the 1921 team as well as a promising number of recruits. Early season games showed a number of weaknesses in team play which were strengthened later in the season by acquiring of experience ff and a slight shifting of positions on the club so that by the middle of the season the Federals had a smooth working, hard-hitting team that proved able oppo- nents in every scheduled game. Games were scheduled with teams of the University and with all towns in the section that boasted ball clubs. A number iii: of interesting games were scheduled with American Legion nines in northwest Qs Arkansas and northeast Oklahoma. '1- The team was under the direction of three men, Sandlin, captain: Lvnn, gi. ' ' u a l c Av l playing manager, and King, faculty manager. 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Markham,faculfy HIll71!lgl'I',' jim Chapman, Malcolm Stanford, Charles Stephens, Ed Radican Bollnm row-Alton Hart, Horace McNabb, Robert Jacobs, Alfred Hathcock, Maurice Renner, Garland Hamm lze U7ZZ'7J6f5Z.l3l Hgh School . ine With a strong line-up for its nine, the University High School stood out as the logical contender for High School championship honors in Northwest Arkansas. Games were played with Rogers, Bentonville, Siloam Springs, Prairie Grove, Springdale and other high schools and the First leg of the season saw the Preps undefeated by any of their high school opponents. The record of the high school is especially unusual owing to the fact that the squad was almost entirely new, Chapman and McNabb being the only veterans from the last year's squad. The personnel of the club included: Catcher-Jacobs, fJ1'ffl1G7S-H2Itl1COCk and Rennerg infielders--Cliapxnan, First, Radican, second, Ellis, shorty I-iamm, third, outfelders-Hart, Stephens, Stanford, McNabb, VVinkleman and Hester. The team was coached by Richard Holderby, a University Senior. Page 108 EEL? .,, f .12 .,. ,,, zz! ..w,. 51 15 Siii' 3355 flI.E :ua 5 52"5 X'f l +2 :gifs ftlg .1,-2 24132 sais assi: 'Hi .gg 1? :TE LIS? 254.2 1:25 E255 12152 :jg 1:13 21' 1,53 .R fiv iff agx flu IP, lsr? NVE ess sang ii' EEE 2295 H22 .tv L: if Eiqlg 'a 25242 xp 'ig HV! S3165 f - --f-.- f-4 -.--,.---.-1--,--.-,....-... .,......,. . . .,.,. .-f. ---.Y . -.,... ,,... ....,.,.........,.......................,......... , f ..-5:45 fi- gf- -t ' ff :f -ff .iz 4---.:?Q'f-3-:kk-7,155-1-1 5 ' X ffffr ':-' ff-- ,I 4,,,',H 1 V, , W,-.i,f.,g: f,.:- ff 1:1f:,wQ:.gey, i - 9 Z7 . , . ' 1 1 1 - 1 1' , , ., . ,, A' fffdfff "1 A - - . X 5222 1 f- ' -x E' :F 55.15 . 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Q, ,,f if 0-fm ' 4 7 fl 5f24y2Wfg::g,,..,.,.f . -f gf. 55,':i.'2jI.'::ag:95g4 .V ' . f he 771626 Squad 5 f 5 ...,g Wi g 'i . .2 ..., 3 , .. E ffl . l - --52 . t g 2 Til Top row, Inf! lo right-Coach George W. McLaren, Senyard, Matthews, Donaldson, Harrison, C Rainwater, White, XVolf 3 Third row--Lawson, Stone, lfaisst, Sims, Rushinlfi Smith, Thomas 5 iyii Second row-Berry, Fox, Smith, Fitch, Rodgers, Morgan, Scarborough, Howard 5 Bollom row-liitch, Robinson, Piekel, Stubblefield, Whiteside, Coleman, Norman 2 . 3 Z 2 fi" TRACK AT ARKANSAS QQ! Arkansas' activities on the clnders and the field for the past two years have 2 been due almost to the efforts of Coach George W. McLaren. Track as a sport 2 . ' . . . . . ,,s 512: has always been rather lightly held under at Arkansas, and is now just beginning 'ill a suitable growth under proper conditions, due to lVIcl.aren's work and person- E ality. zf' ' . The first track work at Arkansas was begun in 1911 when a great 5 Q , deal of athletic interest in every branch of Collegiate sports was begun. At 135 this time a track was built on the north athletic field and one track meet was secured with Oklahoma A. SL M. After this fiist crude beginning, however, pl! the sport was allowed to go to pieces and there was only enough class and inter- fiii scholastic work done to keep the track from being lost through disuse. K, i. l X jfl Track was revived in 1920 and one meet was held with Drury. The fol- K 1 ,5 lowing year under Coach McLaren the Arkansas team participated in two meets ' 'if . 1 . Q 1 . . - 1. as well as m the Southwestern meet at Baylor University. 'lhis year, in acl- ' dition to a high class schedule of inter-collegiate meets, Arkansas is the site of the Southwestern Conference Meet. I "5 if fb 11:5 Page 150 if: as gi: iiij H U -,,,1,,. 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' Practice started March l, and regular workouts started nearly two weeks later due to the weather. The First reporting squad, including the ineligibles, . E: 5 ? was large, numbering over fifty men. After the first few weeks a number of 555 the freshmen who are not allowed to participate in the collegiate meets because - .sa 5 of conference rulings dropped off, but the squad did not decrease to any extent. Theinterest taken in the work was perhaps the best ever shown here since 1911 when the sport was inaugurated. "aff 1 From the start of the season through to its close, it became apparent that - . :-'E the brunt of the work would have to be done by a few men, principally veterans of former years' teams. Robinson and Pickel, both two-stripe men, carried a large part of the track and field work, Robinson working the sprints and Pickel the hurdles and the jumps. Robinson also did a great deal of work with the weights and in the course of the season proved himself to be an all-round athlete iff ,As worthy of the name. ,, . . - . . 1552 In the dash events, Robinson, Daniels, Berry and I' ox proved the principal ,fjfi Q . "i4 contenders for honors. Both Ifox and Berry are new men, having been fresh- , X 'iv men last year, and their bearing on the cinders holds much promise for them. Daniels, while small, is a very creditable athlete, and in addition to his work in the sprints, he took a prominent part in the hurdles, the jumps and the vault. QE' iii .. 'X 1.1 iff .Bs .2 '.. .zffg P 151 iii 'mc ' 5,5 iii. . 'X iifff I A H, ',',,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, , , ,.,,,,,, , ,, ..,.. , ,..,. 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Scarborough, the logical man for good results in this event, fell short of his possible performance because of a failure to train or work out consistently. Smith, Rodgers and Stubblefield proved a very dependable trio, although Stubblefield was bothered with his legs during much of the early season. , , 4. The two mile event suffered considerably through the loss of Cecil Pasley, last year's distance star, but Stubblefield, Thomas and Smith worked hard on the event. When the final results of the season are checked in, the two mile event will take care of itself, due to the training and work put inby these athletes. The hurdles were well taken care of by Pickel and Daniels. Daniels ran the low hurdles and Pickel took care of both high and low. High records in the hurdles were made in all of the intercollegiate meets and in the Southwestern Conference meet. The broad jump was handled by Pickel, Berry and King, the high jump by Pickel, Fitch and Daniels. In the pole vaults the Arkansas colors were carried by Daniels and King. The weight events, including the shot, discus and javelins throws, featured Basore, Hansard, Smith and Robinson. The first track meet was at Fayetteville against Pittsburg Kansas Normal. The meet was staged April 22. In this meet Arkansas made a good showing, handicapped by a lack of material to compete against the crack Kansas men. Kansas winning 68-63. The schedule included two smaller inter-collegiate events and the big All- Southwestern meet, occupying two days, May 13 and 14. The bringing of the Conference Meet to Fayetteville was the biggest athletic coup pulled by the University in several years. While the Razorbacks did not win any startling position in the meet, their work was of the steady, dependable type that earned them much respect from the other track stars of the conference. In the final summary of the 1922 Track season, too much praise cannot be given to the men of the Varsity squad and also the ineligibles for their work. In the face of discouraging reverses and unfavorable conditions, they worked on tenaciously, and their showing can be laid to pure fight and grit rather than to any outstanding phenomenal performances by individuals. The spirit exhibited on the squad was of the very highest type and from this point of view the season was a decided success. Page 152 :zf 5 ,,..,.,, .... ,,,,,,,,,,,.....,........,,,,.,,........,.,-,,,,,,,...,.,,-,,..,,,,,.,.....,.....,..,.,...,,.,..,..,.........,..,-,,...-.,,.,-,..,ze ,,,.,.,,,..,.-,,,,.::.1..:...:,.:,,:,,:..7.37:.,.-,V-:,,',,..,.:.,1:-a,,::.?,.:..:...,..',.,.',.:,.,,. .:.......,.,.:,..,.:.....-..2.,,,.t.- I, X 1"-',f'."' ff-1-af, --.,,f: 2.7, '--ff. --az'-Wf. 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L .-0,01 , no 911041- W ff: 0-7. ,J 3 .A ,ff ?'l,if2:e4ff7ffe:ffe ,., ' ' ..,, f 2g?,Z1Qf5E313',:f-f '-.:p5:Z:::Q::::::i:::::::::Zg , , W., , IMI.. , "H . ..,.,,,f' 1 I ntm-JK um! ' Sporty URING the school year of 1921-22 more attention was given to intra-mural and inter-scholastic sports than ever before, tourna- ments and leagues being held in practically every form of adaptable collegiate sport. Football, basket ball, tennis, baseball and track were the sports given the most attention. . Intra-mural football was carried on in an unorganized way, the games staged being those held unofficially between Fraternity teamst In basket ball, the first definite organization of an intra-mural league was taken. Homer L. Berry of Buchanan Hall was elected president and Stanly Woods, K. A., was elected secretary-treasurer of the league. Entering teams paid fees of SP2 each, the money being used to buy appropriate trophies for the University champions. The league started out with eleven teams, and after a series of elimination games had been played, the Sigma Chi five and the Gray Hall quintet met for the cup. -The Gray Hall team won in two straight games, both of which were hotly contested. The 'annual track meet between the classes was held late in the spring. X A tennis tournament, similar to others held in the past, was staged between the fraternities. This was held late in the spring. A great deal of interest was taken in the event, which usually provides a large part of the athletic interest during the spring quarter. The "Peanut League" sprang into full blossom about the last of May with six fraternity teams in the event. The teams represented, fought out the season via the elimination process and the winners were finally determined in a final series of games. The winners of the Peanut league pennant, according to custom, met the Dormitory baseball team for the amateur championship of the University, a con- test that was watched eagerly by the entire school student body. The history of minor sports this year, through the intra-mural leagues and associations, has been very good. The system has given athletic recreation to a great number of students who would not other- wise be included in the games, and it has given the school a series of athletic events that helped greatly in strengthening and adding interest to the regular Varsity athletic schedules. Page 154 .Af .Hg 2 5 li 2 1' f I . 'VE -f 5 1.5 11955 J 1' Z .r"Q,. mu-mxxxxxxxsxxxwxxummuxxmumnmxmxumxxxxx 34 f 555.5 '13 Lag if VH, ii? 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To co-ordinate 'mind and body through this type of athletic work is tho aim of the Physical Education department. The work of the department covers many phases of work. The classes receive regular gymnasium training, including gym equipment exercises and drills, athletics of hoth indoor and outdoor character, and dancing. The net result of all the work is summed up in the description of almost any of the women who have been trained: "Healthy, active, graceful, and alive to the normal activities of life." Miss Emiline Green, in charge of the Physical Training work, received her training in the Sargent School, where Physical Education of Women is developed to the highest possible standards. Miss Green is young, but she is very competent and the work of the University women this year under her tute- lage has shown gratifying results. ' Miss EMILINE GREEN Among the achievements of the department this year were the tournaments in Volley Ball, the work in Hockey, Tennis development, extensive gymnasium work and much intensive work in dancing, the results of much of which can be seen in the Semi-centennial pageant. 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'J ' 144 2LZEPE5-T5255-1195-Tlii-7-ii255.325:lIQ'31Q" if Zskykffwkxrw fzky,wvffffwzWfffffff f wmyfffWrffmwzawwfwmm f4Wonw . F. u 51 7. 3 H 55.1 .,,., 5 " ff: . 1 ' '--. ., 1 '4"-' nuff! lee Department 0 f Jmlzimfy S 6167266 AJOR K. M. HALPINE, g head of the department of Military Science and Tactics, came to the University in the winter of 5 1 1919. He is a West Pointer. Under his direction, the work in military science here has attained a popularity gg which it has never before enjoyed. gli? Major Halpine himself is the most popular officer stationed at the Uni- versity in many years. He alone draws many men to the advanced courses in military art who would " otherwise scarcely think of taking Captain Macey L. Dill, second in command at the University, is , another popular officer. He has been f, here only since the beginning of the K2 present school year, being transferred iz from Camp Pike. Captain Dill is an pg overseas veteran, and his interesting V stories of life in the trenches and the T52 dugouts do much to make more vivid ,uf his classroom instruction. He is a Wg capable Officer. Cix1"rA1N MACEY l.. Dun. i ' Sgt. Jack Greathouse I S., IS the senior non-comm1s- I Q I Q sioned officer here. He QE ,., f was a First Lieutenant it l during the Great War, QQ. 5 and re-enlisted at its close 5 as a first sergeant. He gg' has been at the Univer- sity of Arkansas since his re-enlistment early in 1919. "Jack" has long since made himself a deli- L55 25,1 nite place in University life, and the drill field couldn't get along with- ii SERGEANT GREATHOUSE SERGEANT KIKER Ollt him- Sgt. Russell Kiker completes the personnel of the military department. He also served as a 1 lieutenant during the war. He came to the University from Camp Pike dur- 1 ing the last school year. He does not fail to uphold the record of the mili- tary as being a department where "popular profs" abound. He is a student as well as an instructor in the University. 1 5 Paqef163 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 1 4 ,,,, ,,,,,,,, , 5225 ag ? XZZ!f1 4 Z !lfff!fff!Z Z!ZZ!X4ZA? 7z.Z 4 Y f k 7 7 , ,- 1. vs, . f .1 .1143 aff! :-:ya ,Hwan- A4 " Q .1 V A nf, ' 1 : zfwm':fWfa L :-xv, a , ,zz-: xr zzz. ff ' fif .-:ff 3L:'iQclLf'11YZi?li.l2L f ff if ' If --... , ,,f' 1 F , ,., ,....... i......-...- -. ,-.,.,., . , .. . J L - - fll.""1-V, ff-- - . -'sp Pgi xkxi a . i f i ' 41' -' . gf , gi .ii ,. ' 'jx 5 S 4. Z". '48 , -f ' '1 l . i, Y . I N y J If 'Eg - I 1 f I I y U K' ji ,Q J -, . . 7. -, . NJ 1 .Hi -'. y ,X .L ,Lv .-Q., V f lg 24 jf. 7 -at A.. ,KA ,L ,I . l ,V . -,i. . ,. V, V. . L A r . I .V , .K I fs all F. qi' l h L' V T S' . Q, - s -5' jf' - ., 1 e Lsvtlef ff' ' f say - , in 9, .A sf ,N ., -Ng ' A at -,t-ii my . F.. 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In the early days of the war Dr. Futrall was active in presenting to the war department and to his executive colleagues among the land grant colleges of the country, the necessity of giving to the college men of the country a better system of mili- tary training than was available under the more or less antiquated systems in force in such institutions as were then compelled to include the study of military art in their curricula. It was largely as a result of President Futrall's efforts that the present R. O. T. C., with the summer camp idea attached, came into existence. Inasmuch as the first year of the R. O. T. C. was a war year, much more interest was shown in military art than ever before, and several Arkansas men attended the summer camp held that year at Fort Sheridan, near Chicago. During 'the next year the R. O. T. C. was entirely supplanted throughout the first term by the S. A. T. C. With the signing of the Armistice and the mustering out of that somewhat notorious body of college soldiery, the older form of drill and study came back. Lieut. Col. Martin, who had charge of the R. O. T. C. in its first year at the University of Arkansas, had been placed on the retired list in the fall of 1918. Captain Buckley, in command at the Uni- versity in the days of the S. A. T. C., was only a war-time officer, and left imme- diately after that body was mustered out. Page 161, 1 -'hi' f'1i.li.fE .. -ff , ,,I2.1,.-, .. 4. . fy.,1.1.fff:ff+w1 Vf4vfffWx xwz 70yffnf-mffx1ffmfWfffxwmm,4m'A' 1 -gf,-, : 4,54 1.4 9242: f,:',,f,,:, .. fav. yz1::4:s:a.'a3. .1 - -.1-. , -.11 1-Wa- -ff .f .faq g , ,V gy.. 1 ,f K: ,Q ,,, . , , V -a,.a,.: :mazQzfQ5a ' ,-r ii-?a'ffxxrl1vza'ic .... ..-. . ,,,..,.,,,,,....2QZ5 --nk Q - 'facing-..'1 .g...,. ......... .... ,,Z.,,,1i,i'1Q?5 ' 1 - - - ,2- 2221 -, as IX-- ,- """'---Y. duff" g. 5 2 ? 'T 1' ' W1W7? .. ' - , yn - 5'-gg. Q- by ' - -il ' safdfw . . 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N U -1 wtf: . ,A .tru f -. - I iz, I ,X fa. .K F Q, I' Hg 'Tk 1 N35 1 'gli i ,, G F inf? ' , Q K, . ' - A, P-iv-: f"'i'v5'r3':J ' ? ' ' .. ' AE,-1'3!1+?3455'4 :ik Z After a short interval, Major K. M. Halpine was ordered to Arkansas and took charge of the military work here. He is still in command. The growth of the military department in popularity among the students since Major Halpine took charge has been phenomenal. Only five University of Arkansas students attended the summer camp held at Camp Taylor, Kentucky, in the summer of 1919, thirteen were present at Camp Jackson, near Columbia, South Carolina, in the summer of 1920, while the past summer saw fifty-one University of Arkansas students at the summer camp held at Fort Snelling, Minnesota. 9 A number almost equally as large plan to attend the camp during the coming summer, although there have been serious restrictions placed upon the numbers who may attend. The advanced courses in military art, in which comparatively few students enrolled in days gone by, may now be classed among the most popular courses offered in the University. Attempts to give a more varied and interesting tone to both the class work and the drill are largely responsible for the increase. 2252 2:5 2 Z 2 E 2 2 2 E Z :- 1- E - Z' 5 Z ? 2, E. E 5 Practically all the students who finish the advanced course are taking advantage of the opportunity offered to secure commissions as second lieutenants in the Officers' Reserve Corps of the U. S. Army. All but one of the members of this year's senior advanced class will receive their commissions at the end of their course this year. The University of Arkansas is at present equipped with rifles and side arms 2 sufficient for all officers and men in the battalion, as well as with two machine guns, a trench mortar, a 37-millimeter gun, and a number of other modern im- plements of warfare. Drill is given not only in the ordinary infantry branches, but in the use of these weapons as well. Page 165 5 221 : E 155-4:55341 3' Q ' ffjfgg 2p724f4f42Z ik Qnrz ykxzf' ff 1 'p f V. ' 9,1 .1 Cy.-f, 4 Ay . , ,. ,L . , AZ! . ' 7fffzZzpp'4..'.: Q." 'f:4:: ' 1 ' .' 32'ifQ'1g,.?fWi??2.'2?ii .LQ 4 Li ' ,-2 1:2 M212 5535 'E5Z :ng 5 r a 5 .5 , z 5 , 25522 Eff? 5 Say? 'i IZ'-.E i 25553 .1 5:2 wi -55:5 'EE iii? 2:1 'fe . 3 x ' i Ziff, : 15 :Jig , 5 ,E 1 .i Z 1-I E :Sf 1 ,jg f. Battalion Staff CLYDE F. GAY . . . Major MARY NEL1. POWELL . Baltalion Sponsor EDMOND P. SHOUP . . Aaiiutant FELIX A. IQIMBROUGH . . Supply Oliver LAWTON Cox . . Ass't Supply Officer MARSI-IAI.I. M. I,Vr'ruc I , WALDO FRAZIER Staj Lzeutenanis seg? 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JEWELL JONES, Maid LEO HARDIN, 2nd Lieut. - ' FARRIS N. LATIMER, ISlS8fg6lZ1ll. Color Sergeant, JOI-INSON l' g ig: if , 5 ,' Sergeant.: Przvates fContmuedJ Q2 LUCAS ELEVELAND iff RODGERS OOK iv WILSON DAVIS, H. C. 1 2,212 FAISST gg. Corporal: FORGY eg , 13,3 BONDS GIBSON, N. C. BOYD ' GREER GARRISON HALE gi, GIBSON HEAD if? GREENE HEWEY 'I I GROSS OHNSON, O. K. 2 Y FITCH ITCHENS . 591 3 g 'gg LAWSON 5,3 3? Lance Corporals M ANNING .Sgt 155 BOWMAN MARTINDALE f. -ze '51 DOWNING MCCAIN 'V' f Iii EI' 5 ELLIS M USSELMAN ,EXE 5-iff, FISHER PARKINSON QQ, 545 Fox POE, WM. jug GORUM ROBINSON Qgjg 5 l P , te SIIINN 'Wa S SLAUGI-ITER gfffg ARRINGTON SMITH, H. L. if-,f BECK STROUP, J. P. BROWN, H. W. Succ 4 if ., BRUCE UMSTED 52 ' BURGESS HIGHT Q7 , BYRD WHITAKER I ' CARRUTH 5 - 1 ' 5 X 'I . 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ACTIVE MEMBERS CLYDE F. GAY THELMA KITCHENS DOROTHY BLACK VESTAE JOHNS LELA BARTON WALTER C. COLLUM JAMES RUTHERFORD DONALD POE ' ' MABEL WEBB RAY E. WILLIAMS 5 HELEN HUDGINS ' f E ALUMNI MEMBERS JOBELLEAHOLCOINIBE GUTHRIE HASSELL JEWELL CONSTANCE HUGHES MISS JIM MATTHEXVS S PHI BETA KAPPA IN FACULTY CHonorary Membersb PRES. JOHN C. FUTRALL STELLA PALMER E THORGNY CEDRIC CARLSON INA KNERR JOHN LEONARD HANCOCK CHARLES FRANKLIN HILL JOHN CLARK JORDAN EDGAR WERTHEIM ' MURRAY SHEEHAN GILBERT H. 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E. ALFORD, C. E. H. B. CURTIS, E. E. if H. R. CLARK, M. E. SAM JORY, M. E. L. COLLAMORE, C. E. C. R. KILBOURN, E. E. H. F. M1NN1s, E. E. ,:5 gf., - .Ls 1923 JACK W. BOOKER, E. E. HENRY H. MCKINNIES, E. E. HARRY HANSARD, M. E. H. L. MCMULLIN, Ch. E. L. G. HUGGINS, E. E. BRICE R. SMITH, C. E. HARRY B. MCDOWELL, C. E. O. C. WORD, JR., C. E. CYRUs W. KING, C. E. Page 213 H155 . ,, gh, 1111111111111 .1.1lil111'11111111111111111111211112111111111111111111 1112111111111111111T1'.',1'.'.'..'''.'.'.',1'.'.','.,','." ' 1',',jj11',1jj1j1jjiljifjjjjiifg 3 f' .S . 'Z' 'V-Lf:---.Lfg---.:,' 1-if '-wif: --: ff---.7 -4 . Lf 5 .fig 1 .4 ..1.f."'vf '15',, A ' 4'-4.24'--..7."f-21.21212 2 Vf:1.'f.':f 'f: 'fi-' f'7ZZZkZ!Z4Q4!!4Z'3Q4:'4?Z4fk 222?f-VPU' HP -f-L ZKGVZZZPZZZZZ 27fZ4:44ffZ-af,-.,-,1' 46 f4! 2 Q I ,7. I .14 4,4 .,. --1. 1 ,uw , z21.ilJiiQQ2J2Q C , . J . ff? -b 5 4 ' 592 1h 7z ezzaif-.e'W4:-1:-'f:zz::xr:QW f I CEE-f26I'iIi1fvI22i21ii F I . .,.. ,,ff . .. 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Rutherford was gen- erally recognized as possibly the strongest man to represent Arkansas on the platform in many years. Richardson, although he had never taken part in inter-collegiate debate, was known not only in the University but over the whole state as a strong public speaker. Hopkins had debating experience at Hendrix and, although a comparatively new' man at Arkansas, gained the con- fidence of all who heard him from the very start. Leflar had one year's experi- ence in debate and was expected to be a strong man. E. D. Parrish, Thomas Whiteside, Marshall Little and John E. Manning, originally members of the squad, but who were eliminated in the final try-outs in December, were all strong speakers. The final tryouts were more hotly con- tested than had been the case in years, and the final composition of the teams was in doubt up to the last minute. Coach J. C. jordan this year followed a new method for choosing alternates for the team. Instead of allowing eliminated members of the original squad to act as alternates, he decided to select men who had not tried out for the team at all, preferably first or second-year men, and to give them general instruction in debate which might prove useful -to them and the University in later years. The men selected under this plan were VVilson A. Law, Frank Scott and Clio Harper. ' Page .332 X jg'-.--gay-2Lzffgzryztzf'zyzg'9::1?iEE?32?Z::,"Qgjzyzzg9115711525:5'-911,153.1'QZ.jjgg:.jjy2gjQ X X fe Q Wy, f MA222Z2ZWf2ZZ7Z2? Z 2 fiW2:?2zk?2f2f27ffQM Z?ff dZ f ,M , 1. 'Wil-, 2. 12: 5, K I5 "':,,.-4,74 Alu fy V 4 I r . 4,V- 5? ,Q f ' X f zlffzzff, ...pfffzf2if:il'ifL2r':'f ggi' ' ,',, iWZ::f:i:iEii.i2f.. f,1,1'YQ1?2LiElC?l' X '- IP, x ' f . ,,.-f The men selected for the final teams were divided so that Rutherford and Hopkins would meet the University of Oklahoma men at Fayetteville while Leflar and Richardson would make the journey to Austin to face the Texans. The forced withdrawal of Leflar from the team on account of sickness left Law to work with Richardson against Texas, however. The debate was the regular triangular affair between Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas which had been carried out a number of times before. The subject decided upon was: "Resolved, that the United States should prohibit all immigration into this country for a period of two years." Arkansas upheld the affirmative against Oklahoma and the negative against Texas. The results were a unanimous decision for the affirmative upheld by Arkansas against Ok- lahoma, and a decision for the Texas affirmative against Arkansas, two to one. The showing made by the Arkansas men was excellent. Rutherford and Hopkins, in the home debate, put out the best line presented by Arkansas' debaters in many years. Rutherford is an experienced speaker and one of the ablest thinkers on the campus. He has an excellent speaking voice and is able to use it to advantage. His rapid thinking, powerful delivery and telling argument make of him a strong man on any platform. Hopkins has not the experience of Rutherford, but he is a clear and rapid thinker and an earnest and effective speaker. His refutation in the Oklahomal debate was the high spot of the entirediscussion. He isable to pickout the weak points in an opponent's argument, weigh them carefully in his own mind and present them in such a way that his audience is almost compelled to agree with him. Richardson made a splendid appearance on the platform, and his especially effective speaking voice and delivery told heavily. His previous experience in public speaking has been more on the political stump than in formal debate, and he at first found it somewhat difficult to reconcile the two types of speaking, Page 233 4 Z jf-lfyg-..,7:f-,Vg'--.3,':-1-Enmygx..:f:'f-.Z4-U.77--.24--4-34"--.7:f-UZ'--,.:4"-.iff'--114--.,7,---.1252-115235-.ESP 1 af 2 4 ZZ Z Z ZZ 4 S7 fZZ V ff- '- A we -V ' - . 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Richardson takes his public speaking work very seriously. 2 f L., . 2 ilu :if,5 if., :nfs fs :gig 5 l 'sir Law, who took Leflar's lace on the Texas team, was an entirel inex- ig-,iz f fi D y ilu? perienced man and had much to learn concerning inter-collegiate debate, but he s ' ' 3,1 5i:, learned rapidly. He is an especially strong thinker. At Texas he proved a strong colleague for Richardson. 1:2 The other members of the teams, both the substitutes and the men on the 2 ...., original squad, showed an average of ability as high or even higher than has fisi' psig been the case in the past. All were men who could well be trusted to represent the University against its collegiate opponents. 125 ,ef 5 1 . .ez :eff xi sg if I The debating season' this year has been the most satisfactory in several years. The victory over Oklahoma was the first in two seasons. Although the team was defeated at Texas, Richardson and Law made an excellent showing and the Longhorns will have a strong respect for the same men should they be sent against them again next year. fl . VE The greater part of the credit for the season's successful work should go to i N" Dr. J. C. jordan, the coach. He has devoted a great deal of time to the almost " entirely thankless job of coaching the teams, and it is largely due to his in- Elf? 1215 fn structionsthat the debaters developed as they did. - x:!"9 K. 24:5 .112 2 , il gif., iii? 51:5 2 . 235 51.1-, .xg , ., in iff:-E iiile 4:15 533' iff 55.5 L .-I ,..', .k E'!i: e Zfif 51 ..,.. ... it iw: 41-5 1'-cg 'g4l: 'l s ilk? 2.55. if Page 230 Sis 4.15 - ,iii lla? 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J ' are , g ide? gfcif 5 25:4 .f ,. .1 A iii, ::'16 'ft THE COUNCIL . ,. I' x President . ' . JAMES E. RUTVHERFORD f Vice-President 1 . MILDRED CARTERV' Q 5 "IC " I '--....-' xxxxwm 2 Secretary . . ODESSA PEATQCE are an 1 2:35 5,24 arg 5't.' zl' ami 1152 XXXXNXXNXXKEUHHNXXXXNHUXlXXNXNXXTXXXXXXXKXDX:XXXNXXNXNlXY:W1X 5 2 ad rv F O :fi K" E -1 :- 5 P 21 '-. 5 U o D2 I I ' Q Z F' F' U2 .4 U 2 O fr Z S rf: U1 PS, si on a- 9 3 S 5. 3- Q 3 Y Q '4 "' N fl: 5 9 5 r' m Q U In an Q S Q r-5 'Tl O 0 S m 3' 7, U 5 0 m rr: 2:1 WMWRXXXXXXWXXXXIXXXXXXXXYXXRNTXXKWRXXXXXXXXKXXHXXKKIXXXXKRXXX ,lf 2.5 V1 2255 U College of Agriculture 22 si-52 ' DEwEv S. THOMASON i if - - sa L5 College of Engzneertng 53:5 i:9j5 ALAN W. RICE xr 'S . 5 College of Arts and Sczences JAMES E. RUTHERFORD College of Education lf 5 , OTIS C. TRIMBLE ff. E E : 1 4 The Fraternities C. E. PALMER ' M zlttary Department isp? S. J. BEAUCHAMP H515 E., Y. M. and Y. W. C.A. JOHN E. 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I-I. ROGERS ERNEST CROSSNO N. L. SHEPARD GEORGE BLODGETT M. B. SLADE HARLAN SHOPE O. S. THOMASON J. A. THOMPSON S. A. THOMASON JOHN RUSSEL J. A. THOMPSON JOHN DICKENSON B. B. THRASHER QQ? C. O. WIIITE J. F. WELLS J. N. COMPTON S. M. SHARPE J. S. EVANS C. W. MARTIN WALTER DYER S. M. BECK E. Y. FITCH H. D. SHOPE R. J. HORN C. B. DOzIER S. E. KENT URAL GIBSON B. A. LINCOLN L. J. RUSSELL 3, L. G. LOVELL C. O. WHITIE R. B. LITTLETON PERRY MATIIEYV H. B. MCDOWELL MARVIN LANVSON Q,',g DONALD POE R. W. PHILLIPS WILL POE R. R. HENRY we Page 256 Z Z kX 4 X :1.' 5 f 5 5 ' 5 ? 4 E 2 5f5f,'A'f,:, . , ,,,, , .' , A I ,V A1 '?-7 A, I A1,.f,,g,1z,:.::A , . , , 3 .. 'iff' .'f"2.'jj7 fdxfg 1 .1 1" ., ..f'- A. 'M ' , 2' 'XI .LA . " -A ' 4 :AA.,Lf'f .f,,f:? ilffgii' ..1:f:'.': ' ,i:.,,,1..'1 "" i:':,x::'.,xLi:'g,E? vi' 'ff 1 '-Af -'ff' 1 1 wr, A if f f' fr- A' .Q - 'I ' A ' . ' A A S- fn'-3,-S -. A , Q, ' A -' ' ' QAM" A AA , l 7 X : 5 Av R 5 A R A ,. A . ' 5 - A . 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I V k-Mfr!! he efY.r.f0rz'af1'0n 0 f Collegiate Eagzheerf V I' University of Arkansas Chaplar HE Association of Collegiate Engineers, better known on .the campus as the General Engineering Society, is a national organization that grew out of the Guard of St. Patrick, an organization of engineeringstudentsin mid- western universities. The object of the Associationgis to promote a national unity and brotherhood among engineers through exchange of ideas. The annual Engineers' Day is staged through the efforts of the Association. Engineers' Day, 1922, was handicapped somewhat by the rain that accompanied it, but the holiday was a great success nevertheless, the parade and exhibits being up to their usual high standards. The floats in the parade were sym- bolical of the serious and humorous aspects of the various branches of the engineering profession. The Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Vocational and Chemical branches all took part in the day's exercises, the Chemical engineers, who are prone to analyze things, riding the College of Agriculture. Grover Zinn, as St. Patrick, dubbed the Senior Knights of St. Pat, re- warding those engineers who have served faithfully in the ranks of the Engineer- ing College for their full college years. Miss Aileen johnson, as Queen of the Engineers, pinned the official badge upon the Knights. The Blarney Stone, used in the knighting ceremony, was one of the original stones taken from Blar- ney Castle, Ireland, secured by one of the seniors, Sam jory. In the afternoon the Engineers threw open their laboratories in "Open House" to the public. The Electrical Engineers presented their usual spec- tacular display, the special attraction of 1922 being the newly invented "Flap- permeter," perfected by them. 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The I purpose of the Institute in providing for the Student Branches is to afford opportunity to the student to gain a proper perspective-of em engineering work by enabling him to become acquainted with,-the emi personnel and the problems of those engaged in it. ' There are at present 62 Student Branches. The University Of Arkansas Branch was organized in 1904. ' OFFICERS E Fall Terrn Winter T errn MAX X. WARE . President . J. W. BOOKER J. A. THOMPSON . Vice-President J. A. THOMPSON , BEN R. ASKEW . Secretary . BEN R. ASKEW 5 L. GALE HUGGINS . Treasurer L. GALE HUGGINS Spring Term J. A. THOMPSON . . . President H. B. CURTIS Vice-President i BEN R. ASKEW Secretary D. D. AULT . . . Treasurer MEMBERS Faculty W. N. GLADSON H. W. MCKINLEY G. E. RIPLEY W. B. STELZNER L. E. BARTON R. E. KING W. L. TEAGUE L. C. STARBIRD Sludents D. D. AULT I J. A. THOMPSON S. M. SHARP H. B. CURTIS J. W. BOOKER C. N. KING MAX X. WARE G. L. LOVELL R. H. JOERDAN L. GALE HUGGINS J. O. WALKER H. F. MINNIS B. R. 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Vice-President ' DEWEX' THOMASON Recording Secretary - 132 CLARIS G. HALL Corresponding Secretary W. S. GREGSON . . . . . A Treasurer A ' iii: ACTIVE MEMBERS . . . gig Sigma Alpha Epsilon Kappa Sigma fa'7 2,32 ji ELMORE KENT CLARIS G. HALL ROY MOON DEGEN BOYD Pi Kappa Alpha sigma Phi Epsilon 12:15 HUGH DICKSON HENRY MCKINNIES 4 LENVIS HUGHES RUPERT JOHNSON 5222 Sigma Nu Sigma Chi C. E. TED PALMER HURLEY HUST t LEROY HARRINGTON CARL ROSENBAUM p Kappa Alpha 1 ' BEN WINKLEMAN .53 FANNING MILES Out in Town Faculty H SPENCER ALBRIGHT W. S. GREGSON W, 2 Dorrnitories 2525 GEORGE HALE BILL SCARBOROUGH D T B L 3252 EWEY HOMASON ILLIE YON W5 5, 'z . : +4 gpjgg A. D. CAMP JIMMIE HAMILTON HONORARY MEMBERS MRS. C. W. WINKLEMAN PRES. JOHN C. FUTRALL 1514 CHARLES STONE COACH GEORGE MCLAREN F55 HENRY D. TOVEY REV. LLOYD ELLIS ROY WOOD PROF. A. 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Theupurpose of thc association has since broadened and the principal work at the present time is to "discover" Arkansas to the world and to show the wonderful commercial advantages that are to be secured within the state by enterprising, far-seeing men. Headquarters for the A. A. A. are in Little Rock. There are branch organizations in practically every county of the state and an auxiliary organization in the University of Arkansas. As the state association operates to give true and authentic information about the state, so the University Branch attempts to spread the gospel of truth and efficiency in behalf of the University. The University A. A. A. is made up of young men who believe in the University and its possibili- ties and who are willing to sacrifice personal ends to see that the Uni- versity gets the recognition that is its due. The University Associa- tion co-operates with the state body in every way, insuring a full carrying on of state information which the students often find them- selves in a position to secure. Not enough people know Arkansas' story. With the only diamond mines in North America, with unlimited natural resources adaptable for all types of commercial work and manufacture, with a climate and soil that can not be surpassed anywhere in the United States, too many people still believe it to be a land of tall, gaunt mountaineers, hungry-looking hogs and tumbledown shacks. Arkansas is the oppo- site of the average ignorant conception ofit, and to point out this re- lationship the A. A. A. has been dedicated. Arkansas has a wonderful story. Full and authentic information on the state can be secured from A. A. A. headquarters at Little Rock 2152 ,:,-g .1. , or upon application to the student organization. here the material will be secured. 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If this section is not up to your if expectations-Subscribe to Whiz Bang-or drop around to Ye Editor's office, maybe we can show you something we couldn't print. Thinking that this section should be truly representative of College life- Rah Rah-and the Junior Class as it has been supposed to be, but failed, we asked the Photo Editor to run his stuff in this section. He said, "Never, them celluloid fillums canft stand the heat." Anyway we sincerely trust that it will not be an honor to be mentioned in this part of the book. We didn't write it and the writer himself shall be as fully protected as this passage is from copyrights of other schools. 1 Having waded through this distortion to this point, we want to remind you that this really clever section, having been printed at great cost upon specially gig!! prepared asbestos sheets, costs you 353.657, tax excluded. Make the most of your investment. E s Page 293 5 ia '::::::1:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::1:zz::::1:zzzzzczzzzzzzzz --'----'-'-----'-'--'---'-------"-"----------------'-'-f-'--------------,- - 19- n f .7-,fm if Jzff7Z7Z kZ7f4Z X4 2' Q14 4' 'f ffffif-fi faffffefzifgff ,zi-gfgclyilfif - , '---.,,..,.,f" ffFmz'erfz0l0gy' ' 'from Bear's'fA nnual 2Z.': :::'2 1: mg :iff vs ear? ,.,, '24 EF 5 2 :ik 925 1 1212 if 15,55 .. r 'g. 5 avg :i'l EH qv KAPPA ALPHA , The dressy and fastidious order ' of 'fKake Aters" wasfounded by the 2 Society Brand Clothing Company on ki 1 the eve of that great event, Buddy ? qw! , . 5-, N Oakley s first appearance in. Along .JF ' J I M trousers. Buddy's untiring efforts and , M' ff ' ' long perseverance finally succeeded ,. -5 Q , 4 in raising the standards of the frater- QQ 5 1, nity to his immaculate example. il he Q W 5 styles of the city, not being sufficient 2 Q to satisfy the demands -of these V W, . V discriminating and aristocrat1che-flap- g L Q ,J pers, they imported and pledged l Eu " their personal representative from ggi' Ze LAn1E5'l Paris, whose fourteen suits and a pair ' of riding breeches added much to the distinctiveness of all the members of the fraternity. They are a fine, democratic bunch of boys and are well liked by all the non-fraternity men. However, they are not what they would like to be, because they are all ambitious to attain S255 that pedestal which is only attained by those who wear lace B. V. D.'s and which has been reached by only one Hirt, Earle Cowden. When faced by sta- ' tistics they have been forced to admit that they have no standing here, but ' that they are "Hell" in the South, e. g., Fort Q .,, - Smith High School and Ola Institute of , Beauty. They have an unblemished social gg' record and recently established their supermacy 'V over the "golfing chinks" by introducing ' among themselves the vogue of wearing corsets. Their motto is, "Go with the Pi ,s -21.3 2 Phis all year and support the Zetas in the 'ig Ny, W Beauty contest." 4,55 . 5 -if 'll' A . SIGMA CHI 2 I, l The local chapter of "Social Cake-eaters" was founded by two traveling salesmen, if Hurley Hust, representing the Sailor Bottom 5 Pants Corporation and Carl Rosenbaumuan fn? 1 f einlssary of 5ll:e."Zitad Beta Tau ffigiternity. o o - A ontrary to e imp ie meaning o e name of the fraternity "Social Cake-eaters," the pledges are large, robust men, whose only fault is that they are habitual drinkers. The intentions of the fraternity fig'-E are excellent, and their ritual is based on that quotation of the Hebrew Bible V532 which says, "and David slew ten thousand Philistines with the jaw bone of a Sigma Chi." They spend the greater part of their time at the emporium of 55 the "chiotes" and in the library studying new methods of making "corn," 9 Z .., 1.45 The "Dutch" method of "Cook"ing. 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" 'WiUfWnP'q ER STUU NG 43490 fa ' e 6 ,N 6 90W I I A - Af , . I fl' A .Q ffm ,M--q fa1 r ' SIGMA NU ,Founded-at the Blackwell Island Institute of Criminology in 1867, the "Simple Num- skull" fraternity was a merger and consolida- tion of the Theta Nu Epsilon and Quo Vadis clubs. By the original compact, the Simple Numskulls were to use the Quo Vadis' initia- tion for house initiation andthe ideals and precepts of the holy order of Theta Nu Ep- silon for their ritualistic work. The leading light of this club is a noted financier who lends his pin out for short periods of time at a low rate of interest--special discount for Phi Phis. The commander is a hungry-looking Cassius who has neglected his fraternal work for Peanut Politics, thereby raising the fallen standards of the fraternity. There is a peculiarity in the administration of this frat which is singular indeed-it is that the pledges run the club instead of the initiates. The word of the freshmen is law and order and no upper classmen would dare disobey them. The society snake of the order hails from Lufkin Cwherever that may bel, and through his efforts all the members of the club had their name listed in Baird's Peerage. They are ambitious for an athletic fraternity and managed to catch the prize athlete of the state who comes from Grady. Their local sob is, "join the Sigma Nus and live in a moving van." l 'V ., 33 , N S, SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON The "Snobbish Alcohol Enthusiasts" were founded by a delegation of Kentucky Colonels at Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in order to gf. , create common bonds between bootleggers. 52.7 The local chapter was installed by a similar .if-I" crew of mountain nectar dispensers and , an f. .. , ,JW f E. - . ample proof of their efficient organization is the market price of corn on Dickson street. To facilitate co-operation with another lead- ing frat, this club was influenced by the athletic member from Texarkana to surrender a Sig Alph little brother as a permanent boarder. The same athlete being very tem- peramental and flighty by nature moves in and out of the house several times a year, inliuencing the population of the association by 25 per cent by each move. Special promi- nence must be given to the military beauty of the order who was the First to inaugurate the gentle art of Tea-Hounding in this institution. They have a -gijiig? A W W, , MSGALE 'Q "The Conquest of Lum and the Fall of DeBert" by F. Parke. Page 296 ': Q7'.'f', 1 ..-71' 3'Qf."f''Q3L,'Z'ZI,"5QZ,"Z 'JQ1' QL' f .,, . ,, , -.. . .,f , --f .,, ..,,. V-.., .. . , ,,.,,,..,7,,,.. ,',,,,,'.,..7,,,,,, ,,,.,-..,- -, sf- -, ,,, ,..,vA',--..., -.-,,,,f ,ff,-f,- V .1 2" ' . ,. " , .w r-N ,J - i .Qi M l .T xxx., .1,. . 1 monopoly on all of the athletic clubs of the University, and their open bids read: "Be a Sig Alph and play on the baseball team." There is little to be said of this order because they lapsed dormant this year, however, they were some- what tided over by the records made in previous years and so far as we know the charter has not been withdrawn. Their yell hollers: "Who is going to pay the storage on our vacant pledge pins?" Y? "1 KAPPA SIGMA l, alll.. The "Kouch Serpentsf' an organiza- tion for the benefit of the sons of fruit 'if venders and spaghetti eaters, was founded in Old Italy. Among the famous members of the order are Julius Caesar and Steve of the Kandy Kitchen. The club is really a sub rosa chapter of Phi Beta Kappa and a grade point average of at least .-1 is required of all pledges for initiation. The head of the order in maintaining the high N ' IIUIQ i average of the frat keeps steady dates i WU with the registrar. Study hours are kept i from 1 a. m. to 12 p. m. at the Delta 5 i"hlllmuIiUiillillIUllMi and Chiote Houses. The Royal Order of ' ' Pin Heads has selected its Kings from the ALLTTUELLWES Ugg D53 r hotel of this club, prominent among whom are Wallace Dutton, Two-Gun Gordon and Ichy Bartell. One of their star boarders realized the shortcomings of the lodge and broke his pledge, thus saving himself from ignominable disgrace. Their pledging is modeled after the army system-a large sign being displayed in front and recruits being given a strict physical and moral examination before being allowed to drink with the other members. They are conceited and like themselves for it, believing opinion to be general, particularly among' the skirted inhabitants of the campus, that they excel in class, cheese and chestnuts. The only social member comes from Waldo, while the pride of the whole clique are two pledges from Benton- ville who have startled the entire University with their activity. Their only anthem is the egotistic shout: "We own a house, we own a house." GREEK STANZAS jack Hurley 'Tis little Jack, Sig Alfa's guide, Ole Hurley Hust, this Sig Chi guy, And chief of Crummy gents, A cold he seldom knows, He ought to take one-half his pride, But when he's speaking of himself, And trade for common sense. He blows, and blows, and blows. "The Dream Girl of Pi K. A ." by Jef Fletcher. Page 297 Z?-142 -1: -1 1. 1.-ff ,. 3, , if .. 1.2-.1.,,2a2,g sp- ofa, gf iffyffff-:422?Qlf.2ffffa2u-2wffifgfififgfir' x11--3gU',,J L5 V 'A , . -. . 2 -. ., . -. 2 --,. , -,,, 2 --. - -. X 'f'5ZQfi'if:E:i2::f::" ' ifzgizzfzzzzzizxzzzizzzgizzgfg ,gf 1,2 ,w . , . ,qvutp ilrmfllzxf Q PI BETA PHI While, strictly speaking, .this motley conglomeration of individuals cannot be spoken of as an organization, it did have a theoretical organization date and must be treated in these columns as a real club. This order of "Poor Beauty ' Ziff? E2':Z Politicians" originated as the "Indian Club." 'Truth necessitates that we say Z it must have been a wooden one. The W 2 order had its conception in the 'Chicago - 2 City Laundry for Commercial Purposes, 2 the Armour Packing Company backing it . 5 for the purpose of furthering the sale of i IW 5 "Lux." The failure of a great many of the V ' 2 members to return after Christmas left - ' 5 the sewing circle -in a hole, a condition ' Wfpy I Q somewhat remedied by. the re-entrance of . yi If 29" ii- 2 an active member. By a political house .gf ' dance the order managed a slight revival, ' - and by a last supreme effort managed to mi' A x., 2 trade a membership for third place in the P - 1'l" e 2 Beauty contest-per agreement with the . G 5 big political boss of the University. How- HIFI ll 2 ever, the chapter is a dead one and the 0 A9 Z activities of a well patronized morgue I0 VJ E characterizes the Pie Fly meetings. The ' F09 "' E chapter has a song, "Won't You come 4 back," dedicated to the alumni who ' once had the Arrow at the highest pedestal of social attainment. Still they do their best to maintain their standards, upholding their dignity by sheer force of dates. They work it like this: As many standing dates as possible are inveigled at the expense of the Kake Aters-it's easy-ask Dutch-and then a few other engagements are worked in at somebody else's expense. The order is pretty well shot. The Pie Flies are slowly dying. ZETA TAU ALPHA This is a migrating sorority moved E gg ,- In into Arkansas by one girl from Breneau. X i' ' ' ""' V The name of the association Z. T. A. is to lend an air of secrecy to the per- ,A sonal characterization of this girl: "Zest- V ,mt-, WE, ful! Tall! Appealing!" The order went :- through a cycle something similar to 2 Ili' the Pie Flies, except that the City Togs may be said to have lost where the Pies gained and gained where the Pies lost. The Togs have hit the bottom of the ladder since Christmas and are now ' in the hands of the receiver, through the effects of the beauty contest. The ,W 'W Hi Administration, at the start of the new year, was taken over by the big three, , viz: Shine, Frances and Georgie May. The irony of fate- Ye edilofs baby carriage. 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Wallin Shoe Shop Waffle House CCafeJ Bookstore CUniversityJ J. F. Moore, Stationery Walters, the Tailor CCleanerD Buford, Five and Ten J. F. Moore, Undertaker Washington County Hardware Business College Lewis Bros' Hardware Co. Washington Hotel Cafeteria CUniversityj Lollar Brothers' Grocery Wright's Shoe Company Campbell-Bell, Dry Goods Long's Market Wright's Electric Shoe Shop Champion News Company McDavid Hardware Co. Citizens' Bank Mcllroy Banking Co. f Citizens' Laundry Moore's Cash Grocery RAZORBACK SUPPORTERS K City Bakery New Model Dry Goods Co. IN LITTLE ROCK City Plumbing Company Northwest Arkansas Lbr. Co. Cozy Confectionery Ozark Grocery Co. American Bank of Commerce Craven's Clnsurancel Ozark Theater Arkansas Chemical Associa- Democrat Printing Company Ownbey's Drug Store tion Fair No. 4, Merchandise Palace Drug Store Buford-Moore Company Fayetteville Merc. Co. Patterson Printing Co. Bush-Caldwell, Sporting Goods Fayetteville Printing Co. Peal's Grocery Corn Brothers, Barbers Field Studio Price Clothing Co. Charles S. Stiiit, Jeweler First National Bank Price-Walker Clothing Co. Duke's Studio Franke Merc. Co. Red Cross Drug Store Exchange National Bank 5 Frisco Drug Store Fuller's Market Golden's Furn. Exchange Goss Electric Co. Greer Abstract Co. Grimes, Five and Ten Harris-Blanchard Co., Undertakers Stmlcnls: These men 111 Page 299 Silverman jewelry Co. Simmons' Clothing Co. Sowder Studio Star Grocery Style Shop The Leader Clothing Company U. of A. Barber Shop U of A. Cafe Famous Cafe Hotel Marion Little Rock Retail Merchants Association Little Rock Steam Laundry Overcash Co., Cleaners Schrader Studio Southern Trust Company we supporled your publicalion. Show your appreciation by supfnarling lhcir business. :iii ...,, ..... ., , ., ,. ,,,,,,..,,.f., .... .... . ...,.. ..... 1 ...... f 3 , 1 ,,,!f, .vffl .01 i ,Mfr ww, 1 ,,-H4 ,Mfg 3,17 .,,-1,4 A .,U.4- ,V A .wgff ,M .4 ,, . 1 .,"7'..,':fL mb? -faq.-rafzrf-74-1wzf4ef:924442m4fW4z4f:y4444f4?4fQQ2'awaamaaf-:f.z'1: :xxx 40:1 x , ezaffnfzfx--. -.-ff-1 - anz'Wzwnv:5z?z 1Z5 1 There is a peculiar phenomena noticeable in the ranks of the Togs each year. At the first of the year their house is always full-at the end it is always empty. Even Frances wonders why.' There are two real prizes in the house-one a cherubim with a great deal of similarity to a kewpie, the other slight and waxen with an accent on Beauty. Although this order does not Hourish, it still exists and will continue to exist as long as there are Shoupes, Irbys, Ruckers and Beauty Contest receipt books. They havea Slogan, "Wait 'til next year," that never changes from one year to the next. ' CHI OMEGA L . T A woman's fraternity founded right here in Fayetteville 'by Miss Jbbelle, Sis Doc and all the rest of the girls. The purpose of the chapter is to furnish lodging to all girls who cannot secure accommodations at Carnall Hall, and in this the "Careful Old 'Maids" have - 1 been very successful. They have . ' always been noted for their efficient Q l , ' rushing 'and are very democratic, ,R fjflf taking in anyone who will put on a E f N N. pledge button. Their numbers are IW constantly increasing and to date they have pledged, not only the majority L'-' rl? 33' LU of women in school, but also in Fay- If-' 5 g etteville. Their strongest chapters it 'mg are in Fayetteville Business College, V - N North School and West Fork Gram- 0 Q0 mar School, although there are ru- mors that the Leverett School Chaptes A Q7 is pressing these three nests closcl 1 for 6 honors. There has been some talk of granting a chapter to the entire school system of Tontitown, but as yet this has not been announced. Heretofore the Chiotes have conducted a hall of fame for Maltese Crosses, but lately a pair of Kouch Snakes have wiggled into the affections of the Lodge and have given extreme and permanent competition. Their chief claim to glory is the gooling of first beauty place, due to the fact that all members were required to wear horseshoe evening dresses during the contest. They have a wail and a song, but our modesty prevents its being reproduced here. High scholarship is required of all Chiotes. DELTA DELTA DELTA Those "Dissolute Dashing Devils," organized for the purpose of providing a gathering place of amusement for any University man who can't get a date anywhere else, attempted climbing into society as well as Mount Nord this year, growing shaky in knees with both attempts. At the solicitation of jack they Who said Marjorie was Road? Page 300 ,, .,.4 -, M, , K, .,-' '- ..f- ' ., fa' ' I I Z , .,, .41 .-. -gfaarlzzwffz-ag-,.,-gr4-Q '.xy:2--azfzfznsyfwac:azxz-:?4:z'Vfz4sm474 W Z Seek fhf 5 il. AT TONY'S Wlzc1'c WL' All Low' To Lingm' Next Door West of Depot PHONE Mi L C, CDN.. olitude of fhf Tri-Dflt home for 7'L'J'Iff7'077l th f worrief and care: of Ihr U A. wczflmzcf drag.-Adv. Page .301 Owdeuf Q.,--1' ij ,. ' Z? I- ft? Jfapettehille -H :zrv .. 1. -.,. ' 4 thi ll Z K ' gi W - ,, 'I , FK y A QQ S .5 f mit Af I7 A -f es sea- HA l QQ! J Pj QQ A ,9' . , if . 5- V1 Rid ff i ' 77 iw? - . X- 5- Zllijebcbnulihu lllnkg A BUSINESS EDUICATION is so thoroughly practical that you should not neglect this phase of your Educational Work. U SPECIALIZE in BUSINESS COLLEGE. Modern Bookkeeping and Accounting, Gregg BUSINESS by enrolling in THVE FAYETTEVILLE Shorthand and Typewriting are successfully taught by experienced and l... z highly trained teachers. UNIVERSITY STUDENTS may enroll for special Work at vacant pak? periods. Send for our new prospectus, or visit the College. 53125 .Egg H. O. DAVIS, President .fig :LF F21C11l'Cy---lVIlSfltSZ What They Should Be DIEAN DEAN DEAN DEAN B. N. '15 KNAP-I"-El Toreador. DROKE--Rocky Mountain Antelope. GLADSON'-A cold-blooded Salamander. JENVlELLt-A71 Old Maid. WILSON'-Allll6llC Director in Old Soldiers' Horne. PREXY FUTRAI.I.-EWZIIGSSGIZOV to Illinois. MISS FEARS--Football Coach. MISS GREEN'-SILPVCMG Sweetheart to Oscar. FLQWERS 5 ADAMS asoN FOR ALL Occasions llfz' rm' II1t'II1bt'l'.f of Florists, Telegraph Delivery fluorin- lion 'ff Seedsmen 90D .IND E 1 Florists ! E.. NOR T11 SIDE SQUJRE Freslt Flowers dz'liv1'n'tl any- whrre in the United States within a few hours "Say, you ought to Z ff., f ,, ff.,,,f. V. uf- H-,fi nf.w7ze? 4Vff44x7zMzx7z. see my house-and that fireplace."-DOC. SHEEHAN. 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They also entered an inter-frat contest Yqffjj M ' with the Chiotes to see who could pull down ' ' the most freshmen. When the Razorback went to press the count stood 71-69 in favor I of the Chiotes with only three freshmen in school unbuttoned. The pride of the frat " 'fl is a young pledge who specializes in the . '?A QQ College of Lollygaggin and Kneckin-and "" "" f 'Z brags about it. They have the framed reminder "Beat the Pea fowls" exposed to all wearers and prospective wearers of the brooch. 1 1 KAPPA KAPPA KAPPA ' This organization is an aspirant to some day become part and parcel of a national organization, to get some real mysteries and handgrips other than ' those sifted out of visitors and others who chance into the web after lunch hours. These "Klever Kaper Kutters" live up to their name. - They pay no attention to University rulings and get by XXX , with it. They have no more organization dw X y WX than the Togs, the Flies or the Devils, 5 ,K but unlike those bodies, they are not , X expected to have anyhow. The only pre- sil t, Q, . 'Lok requisite for initiation is that candidates 8,1923 "fill 'gf must scale either 6 feet 2 or weigh 270- ' plus. They are very active in student f T activities and their football material se- , K ml curedgood recognition on the All-Arkansas ill l -their rasslers are above reproach. The club is a subsidiary to the Pi K. A. fra- ternity and their house serves as club ' rooms for Kappa Sig freshmen. They are wz ' . very poor students and are always just 'fgftfg below the note of explanation on the W2 fl scholarship reports. They have hopes of some day filling a political office. They have no slogan, but their prayer is: "Oh Kappa, Our Master and our Hope!! XS Could you explain how a wild clam attacks an oyster? Get a date wzllz Chicken Pim. 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Liberal Patrohezge of College Students is Evidence of Their' ' Appreciazion of our .Mercliavzdise I uf, .. 7 K DR Y GOODS COMPANY WEST SIDE SQUARE FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. e Alchemy: That which changes base? liquors into gin. Page 301, :ff E 2-1 ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,..,.,.,.,.,...,.,..,...,.,,,,,.,,..,.,......,........,,,,,,,,,..,...,,, , - f+55,:,g.- .eA, 127434-'ff 601' ' KZ? 7491 72292 7249 5'25?74'Z?4Z4 Z5?27XZ4 Zi 427 747ZZZXZ7Z!4'f74fkZ445 ZZ!4Z 4l1' i ,A -411,10 4, ,rs-.11-,,f " . all l.,U.P V M my l-,.- 1,1-,. yay fi, '5-.,,. This Chap is walking right into a Weleowze at Price Clothing Company "Style IIeaelquorter5" This business is conducted by two University graduates- Roy W. Wood '13 and Hugh M. Lawson ,I7. Naturally you will find us interested in University men, University life, and University progress. -1 Xi-.-47. ?X,, 'f-L 'f f ' IZ ' 'si me If tx ,Q4"' Of course we are also interested in OU'rFI'r'rING COLLEGE MEN because rFIIAT HAS BEEN OUR PARTICULAR HOBBY for a long time- WE OFFEIK you the following high grade lines of merchandise lf Smrirtg itiranh QI! then Dobbs - Fifth Avenue -- Hells and Caps .Edwin Clapp and Welle-Over Shoes Manlzattan and Emery Shirts Coojoer'.v Underwear I merwooen Hose , ' A ROY W. WOOD '13 - PERSONAL SERVICE - T'TUGII M. LAWSON ,I7 1 !!,2"'X"'tr' H Xa PRILE ll of STYLE XT CLOTHING co HWQUAM Where W ' M Whefe ' gi ' 13 uh Snricig mfilllh l. nzlgilliig - Ujlerazed in Cormeelion Willz X Qllufllm aresgld f Campbell and Bell Dry X M5016 ,f cxr ff Goodx Company "It'f4a new one on me," cried the Carnal! Hall Sofie, ax Louise Tibbelf dragged in her latert. Page 305 3- :3:": 3 5' 7 5,54 ,7 gf 0 f,,L, , ,, ,A ,..,..',wLgx ff S 1. v 1 X X Z 7 f Z ,fy f X! X fag ,Wg 4 f W 9 W W! ff Z W!f i ff! Z WW!! . Qffffgff 695166 amcicu mfg X, Z 2 Z 2 Z fWMoJ9vzf 5 fx? 5 f? 0 Z Aef SW NorTH. 'aacle Eyofcf ' fwwwwwiwiwfmffzfwm ff I X .4 L, ,VA Z ff! x P ppy Z h b ginniug of a a'og'.v hfe. ' f L R ..x .il .,, .'E .ll , ,f., . 7 ,.,, 5 A i , 1 0 . 1 .,,,'- -5 .f JQ,'q'-',' LA, .1-,in .-V hr ?.L.T1fL' .lwxlix l-KAL ijivi fs--'-.1 ,11. L Mania!!! . . 7 lze U mvermjf of ufrkmzfaf f 1 5 Fayetteville , ,L A standard institution comprising colleges of liberal arts, engineering, agriculture and education. There is a -medical department situated at Little Rock. Entrance to the freshman class is based on a four-year high school course. The usual courses leading to the Bachelor degrees are offered. The various departments have good laboratory and library facilities. The faculty is composed almost exclusively of men and women if with advanced degrees from the best Universities in the United QM States'-with experience in all phases of college teaching. 555 . . . . . Free tuition is available to 1,000 high school graduates of the state. Q54 An appointment by the county judge of any county in the state, liif or by the president of the University gives the student this exemption llgl from tuition. V ' Student activities comprise football, baseball, tennis, basket ball, track and field work and other forms of sport, publications, inter- collegiate debating, Christian associations, literary and honor ix.: societies and fraternities, and -various social organizations. The next regular session will begin September 20, 1922. The summer E-Sli session will begin june 19, 1922. Catalog and circulars of infor- mation may be obtained from the Registrar's office. 5 li E ' x 'i ilul if iffi ff Eff, 'aj in ,Ji if-.ll 3322 Paac so? ., . iii? :iv 2 I. QZZQFEZZZQQZEE' ,,-,,,.,.,,,-.,,,,,.,....,,.,.,,,.,,,,...,........,...-. ,....,,,.,.1.,:Z1,'1,','.',..-..A.,....1..:z::.1H A.....,.31.43.1.11.i.-u,.x...L15-41392: .,..,.,,,.v.,..,.:.... ......:..Z,,',..1..1.,.,:.L.,..,:,,... int..-1:-fa. UI Z In n it Hui' ,ul ,V A H I hi L 21 la, ,,,..,l.,',f-4 , ,., 2 7 .,, f,.,,4-.,,,f, ..,,,,,,,,,4 -.f, .UA auf, ., , .,,,f -X 1 -.,f, ,4 -, , 4 ' ' X ' Z' " 'gQW4WQW,xZ,:f1f4,Lf,f,-fzfmwnzzfyzazzyfz1.:4Qyfy4f.a:14,..,1:a4zW fWf fl -frkz-fekffffzwyfW x Qfil . . M, f WEATHER2 Members of Whoinell Cares ASSHSSIIIHICII . P 1 Qrkansas illiraheller VOL. I A IUNE 1, 1922. NO. - O. K. POLICE BAFFLED RUSHING WEEK IS CAFETERIA FEED BY FEMALE CO-ED EXCEEDINGLY GOOD BAG IS PORULAR Campbell-Bell Loser in Carnall Hall Pledges 167 Orders- for Pie and Milk' Holiday Crime Candidates: Boys at Neaizly bwamp NVave. . Hill Hall. LIVIVICY' One of the boldest hold-up The history of the 1022 The Cainpus cafeteria feed ., games ever perpetrated here rushing season is over, The bagnis becoming popular. in history was pulled during year shows that the records Five persons were present 555.2 the holiday season at the Campbell-Bell Co. A well- dressed woman deceived the proprietor and departed with much fair profits of the store. The young woman, de- scribed as vivacious, pretty and snappy, applied for a holiday job. "We shall be glad to give you a position for a few days," said the gentlemanly Hoorwalker, giv- ing her an assignment and a discount card, entitling her to purchase material for. her own personal use at cost. The young lady, arrayed more like an actress than a shop girl, with flushed cheeks and a Chi Omega badge, wore out three pencils and the patience of six sister shopgirls during the first three hours. During the noon hour she took her discount sheet and circled the store, purchasing ten gowns, 22 'pairs of pas- sionate silk hose, and some fur coats, silk waists, ehemises and a number of other things which the reporter doesn't know how to spell. The pur- chases totaled S785. The young woman had her dis- count deducted-ordered de- livery and sailed out with her nose in the air. An interesting clue came from Bud Oakley, a lioor walker, who for three years was a freshman in the Uni- versity. Buddy said that al- though Chi Omegas were a lot alike, they were sometimes built dilierent. Police say this accounts for the wide variety in sizes. -. I ' ,:"-rg. 1'7.'."'-'Q:,j':p1f,j2'L f 1 1, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,-.,., 4 ,L , V . , f,- ff 214 '4z7Q:-'-4'-:---z-.QM4avfzaazwywwfzxwfazavffa made by many of the bodies was very good. Carnall Hall led in cancli- dates, accepting 167. Hill Hall, the man dormitory, where food is served, has the most advocates, although for the most part the member- ship is transient, being present only three tim'es a day. Those who led in rushes were President Hereford, who was rushed out of the city for supper last night, four ordering pie and milk. "We believe that we are filling a long-felt want," said the proprietor to the gasping reporter. "If the students had more money we could get it easily with the masks and blackjacks that we keep in the safe." OUR DAILY ADVICE :ft 22522 1.5, 1 5 :IME ini ..f me 522 iii 1245 ..-1 lil' .45 .Az ..f :neg during the Freshman dance: 1 . Osterman, who has been rushed If you ve a sweetie, to death to keep from llunking, Q I'l0lil 011 tlghfi and Brownie, the Bootleggerg C10i0llt to 506 hcl' who has had a daily rush, or IBYCFY Hight- nightly, as it were, via the UffllfCl12lr1CCt0lCt m onli ht. ier roam: 1 0 g List' to one who knows l- Full well, Competitions MARRIAGE LICENSES Tlficevn as lllell. I ere s not mg Jut . . . Th ' r I Marriage licenses Issued at Wim 3l:rC55Ei:l3HtiLCll the ohiee of the county clerk Nat homey here today included: Marvin Johnson and Grace ----- Samuelson. Q Q Q Fletcher Minnis and Mil- POR SALE CHEAP 4 flfcfl Perdue' On account of makin - P f ' . f " ' 55 HH .. .Forrest lord 'md MIHHOW indefinite visit to Leaven- ggi? carter' worth I will sell the H -3 . . .sig CcII?ilfglC8T:'ltc,hlgfII'tSOI'l TJOIIII -- cheap "Good for any 0110, Color or As I have no further use of CFCCCI- the same. Freshmen will be bl- favored in their bids. 1' -5 Gisoucus B1.omm'rT. IVANTED-A loyal mascluline supporter.-Lucile Du 'e. - -- , Sidi", We solicit your patronage. , UW PARIS-N0-IVII'-lAIf PI BETA ern House. ' CAN-TOUCH-YOU. fliditorj. "We need it."-Adv. 2, '55 Page 308 25,2 2215 QQ I 5 32:25 Z 11" '- if 12" P ' .V 4 1 422 32112?2?"'EE3'5""':f"'f"'ii2?E1Eff:E :Z if 32 iff: I ' ' 'f' "' ff 5 5 1 14 ,-,.,.f. " DICACON " mfr' Fayetteville's Boom Is On!!! The boyz buildifng vnazfvrial cwczilablc' can be .rt'curL'cl at the Northwest Arkansas Lumber Com pany 324 WEST IDIXON P11oNE 9 TH lj S bl D OR M ITOR Y WI M M EN I A fussy young matron named Park, Vilas always out for a Lark, In the parlor at night When they snipped out the light, She was always afraid-Of the Dark. Try U5 For BETTER Printing DEMOCRAT PRINTING WASHINGTON HOTEL "Give Your Banquets at the llfashingtonv 26 IQ. CENTER STREET PHONE 244 XVEST TYIOUNTAIN ST. PHONE 42 HILL CITY LUMBER COMPANY Building Nlaterials Building Hardware Paints and Varnishes NORTH BLOCK STREET PHONE 417 It Might Happen to You "I-Iere's where I make a drop-kick," muttered Harry Hansard as he strode into Dean C-laclson's office, petitioning Ye Dean to rescind his "Hunk" notice. "The University is a great human factory, isn't it?" "Yea, they can students." These R. O. T. C. boys a Page 399 Q , f .f ' f. V l -ff 1 ,,, of 'r L :fa Q- fn ' f-an re all uniformly good looking. a, f- fkvz :fx aL, -:3.Z,j1Q:.gf ,Hi X I L . liwff. . ,, .. .,,. 5 C5 , , N 'W I NWI? ru I4 33,3 it , . , .V ,N my -, f,'.fff,w-- 1 , , f Everything the Student EED .-.....i. T Books Stationery, Supplies 0 cial Drawing Instruments Theme Tablets and Examination Blanks . Sporting Goods Tennis, Baseball, Golf and Track Girls Gymnasium Outfits Prompt Attention to All .Mail Orders UNIVERSITY of ARKANSAS BOOK TORE On the Campus FAYETTEVILLE'S NEWEST and BEST Restaurant Forindividual service o r fo r party dinners, t h e appoint- ments herc are ideal Two Private Banquet Room: Campus Cafeteria Breakfast Luncheon Dinner "Onthe Campnf' Oh there Hoes an eye' shrieked the Home Ee., as the knife bit into the spud peeling. Page 3 1 0 ,, , - . ,ZZ 11125 iii? X 1. Xa ! mf. ms Elf? :qi E511 5123 QW? fit? .1 4 wha is 2512 ..s iii? ish? gif? 55242 E202 izfqi 2233 xi :mg H35 Zi' ,. , :ix- ff 1 asia iivg ilxs . , 27:5 zigxg 4.5 iw? 5 4 if 5 Ei", :mg 1- 3, i 4 :1.' oy? 7 asf? ,,,,..-...-f -..- 4------1---ff----w-f----f-f---------f-f--fff----- ------- 1-'- - ----f-""":7"' ,,,,,--,.:,,,,,:,.1,,2,,,NE..:..i.,.,..',.,,-,,.,,..-.:,,,,...,.,.,.,,..'..,.,.:-,z:,5,-1,,i f f --,4'fwf ZZZli9 4 ZZZ Z ?7ZZZ , , 100 is Student i -A 2. ii: -IQ? sir 1 , -- Q Ac, .xv 1:-1,.s1ea1.2, 'sewn' ull 0' ep, ip and mbition That's the Worthwhile Kind PI"e're ehueked full of the same ideals and carry them out throughout our organization and the wonderful elothiug and apparel we sell. I0001, of the utmost that is in us is yours to command at any time. gli Smzth - Yarrzagton - Dram Company 'f! 6 C og, The Leader" SERVICE-SA'1'1sFAc'1'IoN U - , Q A U W 5 ,f -ffm : x ,552 ' P-FJ X5 N .gif gl A X' Z, 4 ' 'lf' lliv Q31 fgr Ugg W 19 47 H 0 o 5 5 -il! Q 2 r- ., ,gf A , s 1 fe w e A Wham-art' I reads five-dooce ! ! ! .f ! CSel1ool for goU' L'1lll1IISillSfS opens September 22, 1.92423 iii? The magie of Campus love is the ignorance that it can ever emi! 'H Page311 .wkfsrfyxpzfaaz203:71 az:-1:41cawsgcmwmxzfffawzhmwzyzzpf1 ,'-zazfze Leone:-nada.. 1 : ,-,1,f.5:-Q: 'A+ .-,g,,: af pxamzazsffpzaw , wt. ' v " CZi'f':' 1 ....ff A PROMISE TO THE GIRLS' 1C1IIC 1STYI.ISII -AIJORABLE -Everything in apparel that is Inodish and desirable will be here- ready for you to slip into-when the "Rushing Season" for the fall term St211'lQS. IVE!! Anticipate Your Ufcmts l . H7574-EW Mqvpm. Stfrotce-Sotijaction First ational Bank Oldest and Safest 5 II"5 ff OFFICERS p ART T. LEWIS . . . Prefidmzt A. E. COLLIER . Viva-Prexidmzt F. P. lQARI.E . . Vice-President K. C. KEY .... Cafhier DIRECTORS i ART T. LEWIS F. P. EARLE 5 L. L. BOGGETT I. VV. GUISINGER I li. F. ELLIS J. E. DOWELL W f BERT S. LEWIS S. F. DOWELL We are always anxious to do our part toward the development 5 of the University and Arkansas- . TILE WUNDER STATE "How sad the story of Ann McGleek- 4 Her will was strong, but her won't was weak!" Page 312 5 , S ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,..,..., ..,, .......,....,,,,. ,,..,. ,.....,...,.,. . . I , ....,..,,.. ....,.,..... , E JF ?5lff?E4l.?'5?-7.'52?T,fQ1F3f.2'9?4f.2Y5f.i'9 37-f.'fY.5-fli27-1227if-f.i2i3f.2'.357.TPZ5-f?lf5.5-f.'5f9311'il 74.15 1 .-Jfzczff '14 zkw yfyyf. ZAAQZQWQWAQWZQJQQ2 zffopfakfzzfk- zyifffyspz ff'-,n : ifffa a24Q " ,'f:?4o2?zZi4:l H Q.,-vm! 414-X fm' 5 J:--,,gzg.1f?, J..ff.'t.f.-N, f .L lyijl 51 E S Portrait Study of Prexy Hereford of the Freshman Class E Cravens 81 Co. J. J. MAGEE Established 1890 U For 32 years this INSURANCE Ladies' and Cju'fa'7,e7,1 '5- AGENCY has served the gin- L of Fayettevllle Reddy- To-Wear 22 E. CENTER ST. P1-1oNE 161 FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. 16 E. CENTER ST. PHONE 24 WHEN IN FAYETTEVILLE VISIT THE Pr1ce-W alker Clothmg Co. "They always show the new styles jirstn WEST SIDE SQUARE p E A L ' S WANTED-BOARDERS! 2 r11HE CHEAPER GROCERY STORE A I h K "The Busy Storel' pp y at t C appa West Dickson Phone 155, 156 Alpha House Remember Al Jolson's famous saying: "A grapefruit by any other name would also squirt in your eyes." Page 31 3 S fffx ... . 111.5 sz if ..11. .. , wx, ., ..,. . .5 Efe f :ai 117212211 1 1:1:11:zz21:11:21:212:112:21111:11-.zzz1111111111121 111111: 1112Z112.111'.'.','.'.1'.'.'.'.11 zz: 1: 1111211112 : 1:1 1:5111 2'.Z11',Z'.:.L'. , ,,5.-1,,ge 5 f,,f.., f,f1--.ine-.,7:--.:f:'--.: A-11.7 1'-I-.f,f4--JA'-f-.7 f:---.L f:-.3211--1 '-Q33 44244474 4gZZZZl 5Z Z ZZ 7 7 Z 7ZZ 4 Z49?i , OFFICE SUPPLY STORE eri- 5 .. , -.,,,f . fi: hr. xv,-eakf, , ff,.,,,,,,,,, fffff rf ' -rf '2. mar:-:J eff... V :'-'fzne -, f' , ..-,H--1f.f'-fafqufi, . fy.,-qi . . 47 5-27.3-2',f.f"wf-441211an Ef'f':-Jsffzgff fi'l':7f T 71577 ' "ffQ'1'1'i'.f,L:f.f,f','Lz-152. f e-fiQ'f..ii ff'1'fi'i.':f,ff"':'fT?.Q'?f f f? 355- ---4- --H ---4- e -f4- f---1--H ff---'Laffy -.., ,x QL. I -' 1.aqy-..,.,....,......,.,,-,..,,,, ,,,., .fa -' "--- .,.,,., ff THE E Honest Goods Honest Prices All sizes Loose-Leaf Memoran- ' L, dum and Note Books Rubber Stamps, Indelible Ink Outfits 2-zip Pens, Pencils, Ink, Typewriter 1, :E fs Qi Paper and Ribbons Latest Designs, Engraved and .E 1., :Q fl 'rs The Fair O. 4 Belding Silks, .Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes and Groceries 'PHONE 44 C. E. COLE, MANAG'ER Printed Calling Cards, Invi- tations and Announce- ments ' . WRIGHT' if 'l ' All Kinds Commercial Printing l NORTI-I SIDE OF TIIE SQUARE 32 and ccstar Brand Shoes for all the 2 if STATIONERY COMPANY ,ge un I7 ' No. 8 EAST SIDE SQUARE Famfzy' I - FAYETTEVILLE PHONE 41 1- 4 iii ' Anclent Amalgamated Order of W alnuts Founded University of Arkansas, 1872 M.. PURPOSE: To encourage abstinence from dancing, largely through 7 ns, non-co-operation movement. B MEMBERS IN FACULTATE MISS MARY ANNE DAVIS .4 Hel MISS EMILINE GREENE Hui! galil ll -.M DEAN DROKE DEAN SIMS REGULAR MEMBERS 34 il EDNA WELLS if KANTY Loo TOWELS IRENE RICHARDSON "DUTCH" HAYS gqgf NEI.L ZACHARY EEE! ffm 1:16 TOLA HITE MIRON HARRISON STUBBY ROBINSON COOKOO BOYD SQUIRREL PARRISII EMILY FUTRALL CLARIS G. HALL JEFFERSON HALL We never know what our University women will do next--neither do our women Page sm 25531053-1"Q:"Q:''pznyx':l:::'eQ:"Q::'131:'aj?g::,'1jg"Q1:,'y:g'g:g'15:71y::,j:jg:,j'Q:,j'5:J,j'g23 ,V X X-L., 14 3 , ,,.,. 1,..f' , ' , V - 4 ,A , 1- L,x ., y, WASIIINGTON CWOUNTY HDW. Co. "GN if fallen' llwyiw' go! ii" A. C. Grimes Stores KlNCORl'0RA'I'ElJj "The Variaty SKOTKH liverything in the Novelty Line Come here for your Souvenir li. CIQNTICR ST. PHON 111 369 L O N ' MEATMARKET The best of cured and fnxvlz meats at all times I4 E. CENTER ST. 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PuoNE 207-208 iVlIL'71 Ilia' Prodigal Son rclimzed they When Roy Rirflmrzlsovz got back from Page 31:7 .,1: 1 gzzjgz killed ll.'vf11IIc'1f ffllf. ilzv L0.Ql'Sf!If1ll'6 he sho! the bull. fr 7, 'N Q4 ..A,,.,. V . . - V , ,414 c, p:-no 1144 l'vc m-vcr soon ll girl like lhls- I hope I ncvcr sec onc. Hut sincc so mzmy boys go wrong-A I know that there must bconc ! ! ! ! ll Hlstory four-Ju. Lspun 1Ily good gmclum to good-looking women-Prof. Lemon Pug: Hb fy , X, .1 , .V ,f. ,1W,w1,,.,, f 2 ,y..,. A' A V"-gl HA visit to this shop may help you win next year's Beauty Contest' Mizs. ROI3EIl'l' WILSON S'1'1f:uN Spfcialifl Biz,xu'1'Y AND l'll-IALTII Ladies Only 428 W. DICKSON PHONIC 671 U. Ol" A. BARBER SHOP Uiziziezwily Sludcn! Trade a Specially ON12 'FRY WILL CONVINCE Nlurphy, Cory and WVhitsitt PROPRIICTORS 420 W. Dicxsox Pnoxic 331 The most up-to-date and Sanitary Shop in the city. University Barber Shop Sarnia' Our Specially 428 XV. IDICKSON STRELYI' BALLARD AND LADD l1fL',ft'f07' Ilia Uvzizffrfily Fayetteville Nlereantile Co. 3312 NOR'l'llW'l'iS'l' S'l'. Kansas Expansion Flour Chartlj, Alba- tross Flour Qsoftl, Reindeer Corn hfleal, "Our Specialtiesf, Golden's Furniture Exchange Bargains in New and Used l i MNH M AYEST Lislen ilis some Show lt was shortly hefore the Agri. Day Show. Miss livelyn Hawkins re- fused to he a chorus pony in the show. This sliort-skirt thing is an awful problem, nin't il, leelx-rg? 'I HODGESBROS Cafe Coon S1iRVICE?GO0D liars ALL Tllli rlilhlli FURNYI IV: make a Spfcialfy of SfIIdf'7lf.Y, IOS XV. DICKSON PHONE IISJ. Trarlr Sec Bid!!-v Daleejbr 1'11slr1u'Iz'o11 'in 1105! b1r1'l11'17r1g. -.f1a'2'. l'11qr' 317 .7127 'pf' all ,AMX 3 '-f:f."-1-Wie.,-.a , - , - 1 f' II E more-"' M' .1 ,- 1 -.-fi r ,f.a.1'Lz I- f f x me ,.,. 1. xx:-,f If -1,-N. Y .- I L' I, 1 rj!! HOIBB Y? YES! My Hobby is zhe BEST Gifts for zhe BEST People Useful Articles Artistically Boxed, Vifhitingls Correspondence Stationery in Gift Boxes, American and Japanese Pottery, Gift Books, Greeting Cards, Framed Mottoes, -Place Cards. BOOKS GOOD FOR CHILDREN and the BEST Frames made, in the BEST manner from the BEST Mouldings at the BEST price. J. F. MOORE, '93 FIRST Doon WES'I' FIRST NATIONAL BANK , p Fayfttfoillfs BEST Corner I S l I D lv by s mf f l I vi i ' - I , I , i ' l l rj ' in lil ll' I bl I 1 mf' , to ,aux is I l ' .11 - J' H QQ I A s l l llr D Vlffncs lla.-T5,,wL 6, l L .., . , Y, -. ....- S ,,-,.-- 7'-f1fl. Arkansas Produces Many Varied Types of Men, As It Were! A S S E M B L Y Aside from the extensive line of provisions fthe best brands and agencies the Nation affordsj, we have in conjunction and assembled under the same roof, a full line of household and .rtudfnt hardware. Six of the fraternity and Sorority houses have looked to us for their supplies this year because, aside from this convenient combination, the volume we thus attain enables us to give them a more liberal discount on their purchases than any other house can afford. NVe take pleasure in spending our Inoney in support of the student organizations but we solicit your business purrly on mfrit. ON DICKSON STREET NEAR RAILROAD STATION Bayless Earle: Ex-Engincerg Ex-B. A .,i Now A gri-A n all-round student. Page 318 iilqpe: .. ,f 3 'Z ,.,,,- " l...l I.. i ug 4. -xp. Af um' . .F x..,Ii?, .f-13, in 9,,- We Congratulate Our Great University of Arkansas on Its Splendid Achievements During Its Fifty Years of Service To Our State For 38 Years hand with the develop- We have gone hand in ment of the U. of A. as Well as VVashington County and the State of Arkansas. of S30,000, and Total Our Capital of SIO0,000, Surplus Resources of SI,ooo,ooo, evidence the rapid advance- ment made. The Arkansas National BAN K FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. NOTICE It is altogether fitting and proper that we say a few words here about our friend and advisor, Dean W. N. Gladstone, head of the Disci- pline Committee. VVe desire to make this state- ment: D-5I'ZplV"a" 8c'Z,2SI!D ! I ! ! ! l FAMOUS SAYINGS "Give me a receiptf' quoth ye Stude, as he handed his worn trousers to the tailor. "The Yanks are coming," hummed the dentist, as he prepared for an ex- traction. "I like to fight with co-eds because it gets them up in arms against me." The Home ofthe Arkansas Trav- eler and the Arkansas Engineer W'e do all kinds of job printing and specialize in Invitations, Calling Cards, Letter Heads, Programs and Bulletins. 92011 FAYETTEVILLE PRINTING COMPANY II4 WEST CENTER STREET M. M. MCROY, Manager TELEPHONE 131 Edith Tedford, ye Flapper: type, Peafowl. Page 319 f '4f1.i.Q1Q,I-TXQPP'i7??3l'9ii'f.?lfEf72519273.33:-f-Fff-77.l?35-3 '21 'lliiii-1224-37 X f , .,vfwya4,ff-411411Iv4,zzfa4f:42zf:.'1'zeovareawzaf- 1' asf..-4: .ff 1-f -fe-we-,Q -.-012.4 Qfpyn. Afhaf., , ,., .MWAWW f 5 f l Mcllroy Banking Company CAP! TAL and SURPL US f200,000 50 years old Organized 1872 ' Fayetteville Arkansas .March 28. I-fngineer's Dance, hot stuff. Beans served at the Dormitorics Agrfs suspected but no action is tukenffj--at least with thc Agris. lt was some clancc?! ! I l ! l l City Plumbing Co. "We don't do all the plumbing- but we do the bestn C0'l!7'fl'0'I1.f lrealme11l guaraufeed 416 XV. DIXON PHONE 615 AVOID THAT COLD llr .llrml llzr Rrfnr aml Palrh Ihr llulm lfllflrl Up lln' llrrly 111111 Sum' lln' Sola J. H. WALLIN Electric Shoe Shop 23 Noivru BLOCK S'1'1aE1c'r -1 The STUDEN TS' RKPJLY-l'77l6l7l You can't go wrong at Wright's Electric "SMH Giving Service fo the Fayefle- ville Public" Citizens Laundry Shge Shgp J. F. 1u1f:1f1f, P,-apr. 404 W. nixox PHoN15 675W 102 w. nixoiv PHoN1c 557 "Eat U1ziw'r.s'ily Oczlsni THE OZARK GROCERY CONIPANY The only exclusive wholesale house in the city MeDavid Hardware and Furniture Company Complete home furnishers- light and shelf hardware l'l'lOXl'1 5 7 I Hllflalee Ihr' More your lzeadqnarrfrf' Tlzrve Bans for Agri Bill Sl'lll'b0I'0IlQll, all together! I'um' .HU 's 21,2 may .. ,, 51:2 '-45 , ,,,, ,, ,,, ..., .WW22 .f , -f' , -ff 1 . ,,, . ,. 1 ,H-wa fi--.ai--wg.: 71 "f1Zf,'7ZC,1 L 'ff43j? lG'aff Bull? liege Annua B Q-6 J NC l EE 'ixzb sbN'crr1.'K f 0 , l 1-flIffllS'l'EPlIE:NS'.f!l My 2 wegfgfirx Aff el 'T' HE largest, uniquely equipped modern plant in the west, specializing in the designing and production of "Kraft Built College Annuals." lIOur Service Department renders expert assistance and supplies the staffs with a complete system of blank forms, together with a handsome ninety-page Manual Guide dealing with the latest methods in advertising campaigns, business and editorial system for College Annual pro- duction. ILI-Ielpful advice and ideas are given on art work for Opening Pages, Division Sheets, Borders, View Sections, and other Annual sections, combining Kraft Built bindings, inks, and papers into beautiful and artistic booksw-SUCCESSFULLY EDITED AND FINANCED. 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Begin Where others have left off: Profit by their experience and assure .rzzcceu for your Annual. BUREAU OF 'ENGRAVINGINQ 11 sour:-I srx'm-1 s'rRsxa-r MINNEAPOLIS I ,X llllllllll lllllll ll? imma QQQQQ fffff-4,':ef,,, 1. 1.: yan . . fx' ir' ,ff 11: ,f .-1 9.47, .'Q' TRY THE FRI CO DRUG STDRE FIRST--FOR QUALITY See our line of toilet articles, stationery, drugs, candies, cigars, cigarettes and sundries "Your Druggisl is .More Than a Merehant', We are anxious to serve you THE FRISCO DRUG STORE We Deliver Phone 317 "The Penslar Store" iii' 7 1 WL HAVE The BUFORD 2 j ' Crests and Greele Letters 5 10 Eh - - 1 1 1 1 for Fraternztzes . . Cent Store vvhlch may be placed on. rings, ffufg iisltellillrffifof Jewelry FAYETTEVILLE p West Side Square The IQ22 Class Pins The Coziest Place in Town ik if Now on Sale THE COZY Szlverman Jewelry Co. CONFECTIONERY NORTH SIDE SQUARE We are still giving unequaled service to the students of the '- S U. of A. ueeessors to DUKE JEWELRY COMPANY I7 NORTH BLOCK ST PHONE 787 ' The first Ten Commandments are the hardest. Page 32 1 21 C --cf N 'B' 1 "5.q'w'a'wig+ifr-Z. .1 ,hu R K-l:.,n.1, 1.1, 1 - . 1 4.4 M ,if " T, F " - ...--fyilllz IN Ny 'Q .U .ka .5 LJ Ueerzyg 'Ueedyg Ueeky . Fayetteville, Nov. 5. l f ' Dear Dad: Well everythinglis going well with me. I passed all my work this month and have been complimented very highly by some of my teachers. '.l 1: I 1, iz ?f' fi' . , vw '3.y1g::f::1:.. E 1 fa E ,,. ZIX JW: f 1 Ii! ' 1: L . ..1, -his "1 -ve gi , -fbi .J HI- :ii I: '4 Z 1 " 'I The Coach especially thinks I am doing very good. Dad, I 'hate to ask you for some money, but I have had some very hard luck. I was trying on my Tuxedo to go to the Beta Sigma dance next Saturday afternoon and some freshman' had left a bar of soap on the steps. I fell down two flights Dad and .tore the sleeve 5-13 and seat out of the Tux and the pants. I can get a good new one for 3575. I am floing this becauseil know you want me to make good scgfciallysls well as scho- -li asticall . - H our .on, fi-fi ' Y -?- Bob ll'-'V 'fgl Fayetteville, Nov. '29. Dear Pater: VVell, we have just finished our monthly quizzes and I KWH gioukghtl II vrlvpulig write lgforel lDean .. - fp 211, ro 'e c ic. ie ean is a ne o c man D 4 Qltf and we are great friends-I go in to see s-'TIDLA-,, him nearly every week. About that bil. .A- math grade dad, 52 docsn't sound very good, but they use the Missouri system here and it was the best paper in a class of 44, so I will have to get an A at tleast. That isn't bad. 'That paper marked 10 was a mistake. Professor Hamilton told me later that it was to. have been ,Hr-gg marked 100, but he is absent-minded and left off the final 0, not thinking that E315 it meant anything. The 65, in English was rather low for me, too, but Miss Holcombe says I have a lot of talent and she says that I should be a professional and write for money. By the way, Dad, can you let me have S520 until Christ- Mg gkfig mas. You see the Skull and Torches have been egging me to get into their plrgaigizatioibgncl iotfceep thiilqgiggoing I gufss I will haxle to il? iiiitiii .ion ee is - . ant me pin 1s.' more so 1 ou can us' cou J e a' .' , wi not have to stint myself quite so hard to Conn home tihis holiday. Lovingly, QE! ---i-- Bob. December 20. Dear Dad: Well, our family has been honored. I was talking to Dean il, Droke today and he said that it was a shame to waste my time here--he said to go somewhere else where I could get better returns for my effort. Iam 1' '.jg thinking of Harvard and when I come home Christmas we will talk about it. ,gif There's no use in me wasting any more time up here. The other night I gpg passed a poor old crippled lady. I didn't want to be short so I gave her a 3510 Qiifg bill and I am running a little behind. I know you will not begrudge this, father. 5555 A If you will send me 3515 I will cuome home ,J u ililfluigclayi lBy the wjay, I SET eiiclpsiing a small fjggg 3 Jl mat iaven't een at e o a e care o. 3,32 4 y ef It is only a small account at Champs-you see ' they nearly starved me at the boarding house ff jggf - this month and I knew you wanted me to take . . caregof my health. I willtbe seeing you soon. 5: 'E gijf. Be thinking about Harvard or Hendrix because I ain't coming back here. jp E xg Your loving son, 2 Bob- 3322 1 --. 1:25 .,,, , ...,.,.....,.,. .,..,... ,,....,.,,......,..,,.,,,.,,,.....,,,...., .,.,.,......,,.....,...,.,.,,...,. .,.,,,,,.,,., ..,,....,..,,...., ,,,,,,. 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' "QW ' K' "l1'l"3'l 4R'.'l'7'l9 N E CORNER SQUXRF PHONE 18 I K vm ' ' f 4 H ll fxilllll fmwlqrwzsr. . tl Ol: 'wt "guy 1-,.:1:-xul,,:. ff. .- ..-.T.-,,,,., --..i.-. f ,ff , f N of fl 0 Z A R If Q JY 4 'A , mx " -,' Q-' i l u' mu- Tfyiiliifl LESSON' FA YETTEVILLE a ' gag Fu er S Samtar Meat Market QM? El-iii -- gafll L , We operate our own f :il cold :forage plant. 334' The best in fresh meat. The House . 8 CENTER ST. 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A ae 4f,4ggf:,'44 52593552 C145-. if, 1 ezf4?a-fa:-fi, ,E 1:-J fa qw::':qvff,4yf2:grQ2 O,-w h Y' - 4? f'? 47 'Z?9Z77 . . ,. . , ,-,- , ,f,-.,-,., .4 -,,.,, I ,-, ::1 E -, ss'-'F ::, 1 ii rl :gf 1: ii 1 i In l .5 rp x: 1: i ' ',' ll:4QCl'Q4C13IlMfZTrZ ','d,v'4..-',"'f' H Lfgfffii, I Sill Eli? thi 2 I ill ali e I QA? lr The Count Enjoys Sh erbet EPISODE I. . It was the day of the Freshman dance. Grape sherbet, cool, luscious and enticing, had been ordered for refreshments. At Buck Hall the plot sickened, and the Thugs, led by Count Lelar and sundry others, one hour before the dance, had the sherbet delivered to Buck Hall. A good time was enjoyed by all. The Freshmen didn't get any. - EPISODE II. Later: The Count attended the Gum-Boot weekly session. Chief Gum- Boot read from a forged paper: "The Freshmen refuse to pay for the sherbet. Have all concerned with disappearance report to the Discipline Committee at 13.3 5 5 - ' 11 ' - i .5 once. The matter IS very serious. The Count trembled and immediately started rounding up the fellow Thugs in an effort to start a movement so that leaving school would not be necessary. ' , ll' EPISODE III. 2 " sf, The Thugs refused to stand by the Count. He hunted up the Freshmen ,552 president, talked matters over with him and when things looked even worse and ' worse, he drew a check for 3515 for the sherbet-it was a cheap matriculation fee, iii, for the Count. When the story became known it was the Count that became Si, cheap. Sherbet at 315 per qt. isn't. - git' It wouldn't have been bad for a Freshman but for a graduating Senior- oh, Hortenseiil 5.5! liz 1 . -, , ,, fig., 2"'1 Jan. 2.9.-John I. Smith has a dale at the Carnal! Hall "Hennery. 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X 1 "MEET ME AT THE PALACE" The Best Known Drug Store in the State NUNNALLY'S CANDY FOUNTAIN PENS AND PENLILS The Candy of the South With it ffktpv EASTMAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES Eaton, Crane and Pikeis Fine Grade Stationery Domestic and Imported Toilet Articles Don't Forget the Fountain Fastest and Best Service in the City PALACE DRUG SHINE f'0n Dixon Street" GUS BRIDENTHAL PROPRIETOR FRANKE I-lEADS,lGO oauods- IF IT smwos om 1 See us for the best in Fine Sample Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, Notions and We wuts, iso TO TONYS- ' I 5 END if ,,::Zf.!" j.-.-J .. , li yy!!! f fyf W ffl! ffl W :v W xx ri - .X ! 3 4' Hosiery lllllx- 0 3 A FRANKE t,'-E MERCANTILE xr. COM PAN Y SO SAY WF. NORTII BLOCK STREET ALL OF US! Nobody really cares how the girls dress as long as their stockings don't wrinkle around the ankle. Page 325 A, Y . f, L v 3 .Wt " ,A Nw' -'fl I !. rs 1 if l A Ek f' t W t 4 . l f t 'L' W E- ! I ultlfll I' 3 RX ' 0 'fUU'lHH!' . as KW "The Infernal Feminine Red Cross Drug Store Three Registered Plzarinaeists S plenciicl High Class Fountain Toilet Service Articles H011 The Square" PHONE 490 FAYICTTEVILLIQ, ARK. "It's a long time between zirinles,H murmured the camel as he left the filling station. Page 326 1 , , , 1 y .-', lv 'Y' - ,', 4. ,Q 1 'jfgf if ij L22TfJil '!i5fC'iZ?i71A!f3.??l?,.ifEi V' f V -I -. A ff X 1 1 1 1 7 G EQ s s , x .12 'zz '2 x: 1 1 "The World 'x all wrong," mullvrvd Prof. Cao'y ax he mrm' across a poorly rlrown G1-ology mo 11 Pogo 327 37x71 ,,!, ,lj-Tn, l,r,:f,',,,:',,: I lv 4 ,j 1 f LIT.. 4 ...,, x,,, -,,I,,,z..2,,...7 .'..,, f f f f X f ff 3 3 X ?:pf f " fi' ,-:gi ',i.:m 4,,4,f.Q,z,.:.2- 17.4, ,Q an j,4yyZ,:-zvwzvyco,-111 ,A f . ,,,,. , . , , ,. .. . ,, .. ,, ,, , . , .. , f 1 , " . ., Q'- pf, JJ.--4, A 4, hifi-Z.,-,,,, , Ma.,-.,1f4afe,e2ag:ww4y 'N 4.4. ' 4 We ' ' . 7:55 The'University of Arkansas has just completed ' fifty years of service I:-1 115 .17 'thi rf? :ps ,.f Gifve l X the S' T B h Service , . . That Men 5 Furnishings' Satisfies We are on the fourth year of fifty years of ' ' ' service 1 - ' Simmons -ls Brothers SERVICE STATION FOR UNIVERSITY STUDENTS mfr. Ziff. fd 1 ,' Them e es fx ,"If ffff i' Y ' 1 . tp.. 5: Them hps, jgp Qgz, . fr 1 Ipvahq- Them neck! I ! ! fpv,fgiQ2? I Ant" Ulf" 'a iff Ah! ,fffff i' Wh' 1 Darling! Cincluding , ss, ' i ff uns ummm thc bobbedha1rD, W HQ L Even in the class room f- , 1 ' " 5' ' Q 1 . 'L '-- ,? I dream of you Cit's easyj . L YB - o jgql w R 6, ,,..5Z A What matters it though W V 'LT Dad pays the bills! I ! ! SJ I ' wifi 'K , iifrai It s sprlngtlmel If AH 'IN 'rn-oi: SPRING n voumf MENS rsmev --i n White hair is only another invention of nature to handicap the 'women and give the young lads a chance-yet took at hair dye. Page 328 E5 E' F , vii ,Ire ,NH .,.-,..,,,...,..,,,.,,....., , .,,.,. .,.,,,....,,,,,......,,.,....,...,,..,.,. ..,. ,,,.. , ,, .,., ,,....,..,.. .... ..,...,...-.,,,..,:94Z .,,,. ,.,,,,,, ,,., ,,,..,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,.,,,,,.,..,,.,,.,,..,,,....Y,Y,..,,, ,-..,.r.- Y .... .... AH.: .... ,.,,,..f.,...........'-.-1-ff,-1-I-2 f f-.. df f - ffze-.P :f:'--1,4--.ifi-H ,4 fffwf-'f'4"'-,Y-""-Qff"-.Lf"--.'K'1-ug"'-f"fZ42 gyap 7 51:1 if-1:1542 T44S'Zvi5415747745ZOZ2ZZ4JZi4FZZ:Z??IZZZ-541,22'55 .2544 I-1 ff lf' lff?fZ 0Qf0,74f ZZ . J. L 5 f- 7 f: . ff--.Lfz---.',-1' ff -1.4-'MVT'--, . 1 ,,.. , , . ,......,,.,......,.,. I A l ...I ., fi 'fd WALTERS The TAILOR CLEANING, PRESSING, DYEING 107 NORTH BLOCK ST. Telephone 170 "For Good Work" A Q R 4 grmsaqss T e,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,e . ., ..,,..,,, UPTOWN HEADQUARTERS FOR HUNGRY STUDENTS THE Waffle House Norilz Side Square W. J. DAVIS A. F. JONES VERSE AND WORSE I Poetic License, No. I,362,557, Arkansas THE CAMPUS BE1.1.Es ARE PEALING. As shades of night were sagging low We passed the Carnall Green: The window curtains-aw you know, Cut out the moonlight beam. There o'er many a painted woman A lovely dream came stealing. Then from the first floor casement Leaned out a dam-O-sel, The passers paused and listed As she rang a silver bell. I heard a keen-eyed youth remark: "The Carnall belles are pealingf' SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ARKANSAW TRAVELER. Reason 1. Best paper on the mar- ket to wrap up small parcels and laundry. Reason 2. You can place them be- tween the mattress and the springs of your bed and keep the cold Out. Reason 3. Better than kindling for starting fires. Call Lyman T. Husky and get your money taken. WHERE T0 GET IT. If you want a good bun- Stop in at Tony's. To ROBERT. 'Tis Stubby, sometimes yclept Bob, To know him is disgrace: Aye, Nature did a grotesque job When she designed his face.- To BAvL1ss. Some day before he leaves this earth Cln twilight sleep, we feahj, Perhaps B. Earle will give birth To just one sound idea. To BUDDY. A handsome fellow in the dark, Bud Oakley, tall, conceited. The K. A's. gave him their trade mark And both of them were cheated. To BEN A moonlight pirate, say the Janes, Ah Ben-your fame is known, 'Tis well one needs but little brains To play the saxophone. "We have the largest stock of lemons in the city"-Apply Tri-Kappa fruit stand. Page .129 f ' f ff: . if :A favs?-:xf22fLzz:f'o,f,' fffffyccwkkvfe 1 4,f,, I 'f K , ,, 'ffffz''ff5'J'--.7-ILZ V" f"7". 4-,f.'kZ4f4"- 5,51 if-Ci' 56Z K5--1. . -.-J fffgf J:..1'f,,s:4' ' , A 4 , . 1' J.C.wi-I11'E,Pfm'dmf R. L. TAYLOR, cnfijff RAY ia.'1'11,LEY,f1f.fi. cami,-f ' Citizens ank of Fayetteville CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 520,000 I The Most Convenient Bank for University Folk Always Ready to Serve 492. Paid on Time and Savivzgs Dc'ybo51'ts . . ON DIXON STREET J. F. Moore C935 Funeral Director and Embalmer Ambulance Service Sfw'1zZc'i'11. Years' Experience J. l". HARRISON, Asst. PHONE 718-J. IO6 C12NT1c1t ST. Pnowizs I4-302 Lollar Brothers The Home of Forbes Quczlity COFFEE Fancy and Staple Groceries Sotrrn SIDE SQUARE 1 ' V ' fi 'F- ' --5' i t i s , All ll ! ,N j " Q , N h N I it T if i f ' 5 f fl ll l I G. lim 21? - Jvsv one Mow.: Lwun umm -MD 'ww' A scene of wild dissipation at Carnall Hall. lt is such events as these that make College life the tragic thing that it is for many of us. That Great Moment The greatest moment in a fratheacl's life is the little ceremony of slipping the old platinum, jewel-spatterecl pin into the one dame's georgette. The planet ceases revolving and the skies remain stationary whilst thelovers softly embrace one another, like unto a wiltl clam assaulting an oyster. According to all the hokus-pokus of the olcl fraternity the boy and girl are now liancees. lt's a thrill- ing moment-especially if the girl can't read Greek. Cljescription of the great collegiate pastime as practiced on the University Campusj Call at the Kappa Sigma house and ask for anybody except a pledge for more minute descriptions. Page 330 , , if I ik i i ,Q li l l if 111 HH, . :bs uf liz' 51, I , 1 if Nt, has ii ,E img rin? sq, 51, f ,ag .fag 'VIZ .L,' '-ff? ...,,,..., . , .. .,.,..,,. ,, ....,,., ., ,,.,... , ,, ,,.,.,., ,nyaf .4 ,U ,1..AV7.,"Lr f 11.5, - 4 if 1,1 .ni ,Qf 1 -11: rffff-f -, .'-,fsffazf 'yf 2- 'L xfagfv zzfyzi ., , ,n Aff ,-,-,4 ..X LK ,F I. la .1 t ': gms a-4 .5 ' 1- , , EDS Jus! Om' 0' Nw Girls. She was il Freslunnn, passing lmriqht, When hrst she ezune into my sight: Haul eupicl lips nnrl raven curl, Ye fiotls! she wus il yerxtuhle pearl- IJ-N IIS?" ! I! ller lissome limlms :incl flats:-sie mien, XX oulrl turn :I X enus' eyes to green: ller clzunty shrugs, IIIIDIISB-ilOllL'!l sighs, llrought her for keeps the llt'IllIly' prize. IJ-8: IIS?" ! I l My friends :tml l-Oh 'piteous siqht, Klum-rl on her fuer- with wrupt rleliqht. 'lille truth haul in-vc-1'c't'ossecl my thought, lint now l know-her hruins were nought. OWN IIS?" I ll Wiz CONCiRA'l'lfI.A'l'li 'I'IlIi Ielxlyi-zksrrx' ox Hs If'i1f'rx' Ymns or SERVICE XYe have just eompletecl forty years ol service to the people of XX'z1sh- mgton County, forty years of service that is lmuekecl up by the szltislue- tion ot every Customer we have ever haul. HARIJWARIQ FIIRNITIIRIE SPORTING GOODS CALL ON LEWIS BROTHERS COMPANY US l+'AYli'l"I'ICVI l,l.lC, A RK Tlzrvc' 771171115 QI' SfJI'l'!l!fi7l'Lf ll1i114q.v.' 7ll'lt'f7lI07Il', fl'll'Q1'1lfJlI, l1'llu-Della GI RI. WINS Fl RST Benton County Shorthorn calf elulm holcls annual sale ut Rogers. He: L'You are the sunshine of my lifef You alone reign in my heart. XYithout you life is but at dreary cloutlf-etc." She: "ls this at proposal or at weather report in lx fi.KI,If fiON'I'I'2S'I' Fish ol' all kincls. XYL' have 21 lot of ehoiee hams. l 'l'Hli ZICTA 'FAU MICAT IVIARKIQT M Iixnxiicu NIAIIJ I-Iosu-:Ry Wihen worn lay shapely co-ecls shows not only good taste BUT just so they woultln't sz1yweclicln't put their names on this page: leelmerg Hawkins Biclcly Duke .. .. ,..,...,... ..,,.., . ...,.,, .. . .. l.uey Dulce Virgin Benton EXCELLENT JUDGMENT I-sell-'em Ifeenluurg Dorothy Knerr l.uc'ile Brown Alicia Crensliaw Since llle material for the Ilot Sho! serlion ix 1'lllHI'I'7IlQ Fllllllll' thin, we fmfserzl for I,llfll' .LH your approval the lf1I'Il7Z7IL'Sl llzing in srlmol -Afary Parker l iv---1 " 7 A l o ,o 4 , 1 gl , ff Jzffl ' . 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ED SHOUPE Conceitecl Too Handsome MISS GREENE Talking Laryngitis EVE HAWKINS Dating Neck Broke YE EDITOR Sane This DSI8l'Z9l"'Z, Book NOTICE: We have a large supply of left-over like to get rid of. Cheap rates-easy installments. "We play golf" pledge pins that we would Sigma Chi Fraternity- Pih your faith lo a woman-but keep a carbon copy. Page 333 ,Z QQQQLQQEZQQ 221jQ2f,j'3L5:.j,gQ115QC.i,jf2:,QYjeZ1:.T,ZQL1,ZL152I.f,2y3:.Z Zfllj QELEQSL 1 -.1 ZZQZ 4lf4 XX X 7 X Q ZX Z 47 ,, V 4' -'V ,f,v,f, ,AH--lwpir ,,..1 -, , nw .yw-L 3.L,.',LgkJ 5, 1,-413. '1'1- ,JJ I 111 '- ' "" :- .1 . '- . - W um' -, .' I . 'Q ' '. 4 ff.:-X fy, .. 4. -f,f"Q ., '4.- ,4-41 . I If f y I , ,X-,.'Q,e, ,yogi mm '- vw- lv -- f' 9 '- -A ' I Y-f'2': N.,-v 'm,fiw',w"'CJ . ,YC -' w-'M E , Sql'-Ig N-M,wn1,,,'i ,.,g5ggL-,A ,Min+-fE6,MQu?+3g,.i5r 2, - ,1--W ,ful 19,1 ' , - r H, , 5,3 .gz , m--,.fy- ya.: gjgfjfg-ff . I K.. , . my -f '54, :w X - - ,1 M'A -if ,M 1 I .A . FM, A, ' ' is 1' L ff! 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Be the First in your community to wear a II K A pledge button. They will get l zip! 1 more hearty laughs than the old "Chicken Inspector" and "Booze Detective" 5 badges. CThis spare contributed bythe expansion committee of lhe Pi Kappafllplza Frat UD. IF YOU ARE USED TO LIVING IN A BARN: .5 You will find the SIGMA NU house a most homelike hotel-interior decorations by Woolworth-rooms plastered with mortgages. 350 i rooms with shower, tub, or sandpaper. fig "We Iwe anywhere" :fl ggi!! Razorback Supporter: in Little Rock fi!! mum -M.. Q L' o f'f' Q.. Z N E. o :s 2 QE :UH-B :S-A 1 rf Kipp: Eiga! 230 Ein o W 9. I The Exchange National Bank' of LITTLE ROCK, ARK. ai l ' 351.50 a Day and Up A 7 ' I I :L . I College Headquarters Furu Avo MAN STRLFTS I O. W. EVERETT, Manager LITTLE Rock, ARK. I ,,.I Page 336 Ein age!! :mi ...f EEE ..., xii? 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The women apparzmlly aretfl in favor of11'1sar111a111cnl Page 33 7 'F , ,, fm, Q, - V J ,i,NAy,Z,9,! f ,. - .x. .,,-ya..-rv.-.14 A If A N ,fk Z n RAZORBACK SUPPORTERS IN LITTLE ROCK We wish to be of Service to the Students and Faculty of the I University of Arkansas tarts Southern Trust Company LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Bush Caldwell Co. SPORTING-GOODS Special Atrentiovz to Maz'f Orders. from Schools or i Colleges LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSA S Bradford-Moore Drug Co. 'ffirft in Ewrytlzi1zg" IVIAIN AND NIARKIIAM ST. PuoNlz 876 hlail Orders Apprcciatcd Charles S. Stifft Co. LITTLE ROCK, ARK. JEWELERS LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS Gzfts fgr 0Ccdsl'0Hs Cvfflpliffwlff Of Little Rock Steam Laundry Exfablixhed 1885 PIIOTOGRAPHER Good XVork Prompt Attention 120 RIAIN ST. LITTLE ROCK JANIES P. SEE jwauaggr PHOTOGRAPHS "Qualify and Sera-ire" DUKE'S STUDIO 622W RIIAIN ST. PHONE 4127 LITTLE ROCK Corn Brothers Barber Shop BAR SERVICE Eight First Class Barbers 219 Main Street College l'Icadquartt'rs P11012 328 f-'I ,.v. .144 A .4 ,, .1 I -v RAZORBACK SUPPORTERS IN LITTLE ROCK American Bank of'Commerce and Trust Co. Founded on TRENGTH and ERVICE Known the state over as the Bank that takes care of its customers CORNER TIIIRD AND NIAIN STREET LITTLE ROCK ARK. QUALITY SERVICE Famous Cafe and Cafeteria Known the state over as tlIe Best Place To Eat When in the town GIVE US A TRIAL SECOND AND MAIN STREETS LITTLE ROCK ARK. RI OL BACTERICIDE AND DISINFECTANI' Twenly Timex Stronger in Germ- Killiizg Power Than Cryylallized Cav'- bolir Arid Cumxnrcd with Carlmlic Acid I by the Ridcaxl-IV:Ilker AICIIIIILI Inert Ingredient QNVaterj 7M'Z, TRISOL is supplied in concen- trated form and should always be diluted witlI water. See directions. TRISOL is free from Carbolic Acid. It is especially recommended as a dis- infectant for destroying the germs of typhoid, tuberculosis, diphtheria, and many other highly infectious diseases. ARKANSAS CHEMICAL ASSOCIATION LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS Pnflc 339 "Legitimate Business" OIIly a licensed physician is per- mitted by law to hold himself out to the public as a doctor. This is not true in the cleaning business, how- ever. The emblem of the National Association of Dyers and Cleaners ls the only identification you have of the Master Cleaner. LOOK FOR IT Umeaofd AND DY,ERS . 2II-213 CENTER STREET LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Mtfiiiber Ilia Nalional Arfociafion Dyerf and Cleaners " :Z . f"" y A l,,W..r,2.. Are.-3 9, hr QQ, rf, at-if-if "" . . Qi 3? .W f f-. 5 .' faq...,1.f.:-Q.ve-zwsipei " 39 X6 i Z 112121122llllllliillifiig ,f 31' Classyieel uYa'vertt'sers Directory Banks Arkansas National ..... Citizens' Bank. . . . First National ........ Mcllroy Banking Co. .... .. . Barbers ' U. of A. Shop ...... University Shop .... Cafes V Campus Cafeteria. . . Hodges' Cafe ..... . U. of A. Cafe .... Waffle House .... Cleaners, Dyers Vickers ............. Walters, the Tailor .... C onfectioners Champion News Co ..... . . . Cozy Confectionery .... Drug Stores - Frisco Drug Store ..... Ownbey Drug Company ...... Palace Drug Store ..... Red Cross Drug Store. . Dry Goods and Won1en's Apparel Campbell and Bell ..... 1.1. McGee Store... New Model ........ Style Shop ,... . . . Five and Ten Cent Buford Stores .... Grimes Stores ..,...... Furniture Golden Furn. Exchange ...... Harris-Blanchard Co. . . McDavid Company .... Groceries and Markets Bates Brothers ...... Fuller's Market. . . . . Lollar Brothers' Gro. . . Long's Market ........ Moore's Cash Gro ..... Ozark Wholesale .... Peal's Grocery ...... Star Grocery .... ............ Page 319 330 312 320 317 317 310 317 335 329 315 329 301 321 321 323 325 326 304 313 312 333 321 315 317 335 320 ' 318 323 330 315 315 320 313 335 Ha rdwa re Bates Brothers ........... Lewis Brothers .......... Washington County Hdw. Little Rock, Advertisers' Section ............... Lumber ' - Hill City Lumber Co .... Northwest-Arkansas-Co. . 1Wen's Clothing Leader Clothing Co .... . Price Clothing Co. . . Price-Walker Clo. Co .... Simmons Brothers ...... Mercantile Fayetteville Merc .... Fair Number Four .... Franke Merc ........ Photographers Field Studio .... Sowder Studio .... Printing Democrat Prtg. Co ..... Fayetteville Prtg. Co .... Patterson Prtg. Co ..... Shoe Repair Wallin Repair Shop ..... Wrighu's Elec. Shop .... Y 'heaters Ozark Theater ....... Victory Theater ........ Undertakers-A rnbulance Harris-Blanchard. ..... . j. F. Moore ..... ..... Miscellaneous Abstracts-Greer Co .... Bakery-City Bakery.. . . Beauty-Beauty Shop. . . Books--Bookstore .....,. Business-Bus. College... Electricity-Goss Elec. . . Flowers-Adams 8: Sons. . Hotel--Washington ...... Insurance-Cravens .... Jeweler--Silverman. .... . Laundry--Citizens' ...... Plumbing--City Plbg. Co. Stationery-J. F. Moore. Shoes--Wright's ......,.. It has paid to advertise in the Razorback. Page ... 318 ... 331 Co. 315 . 336-339 4 309 309 ... 311 305 313 328 317 314 325 . . . 332 306 ... 309 319 314 320 320 323 333 335 . . . 330 , . . 335 333 317 310 302 335 302 309 313 321 320 ... 320 ... 318 314 Page 300 ,Z 'S 'e 3 Z- 3 5 .1 :45 4 ...si , f F ,. .2 4 :Wi . 1 Bri, -.ng 5 .. s riff Elf' .Eat 5 is ,. .i., 152. T: A5 E :ii asv iff, ,E E il ..,, Z if fi 1 13112ff?1C2ff11C',1'.Q11f 2211111 11 1' '.'.'.1221Q1111'.21 .'l.1:1f11f11Z111' '.'.'.'.'. .', , .','.'.'.'.','.'. ,21 . .', . ' '.' 1 f C1 .f 1 .1'. . Z1 117.11'.12111'.f1111'11P' '-1.1 fi"-V.ff'-.,7:"-.:,.' 1" .f:'- Lf," .1 : .4--zfzf-..,', fy--..A'--.zff--..,-4 ff--.:f:---.-,aff-.,y 'f Jf?'fZ?f'Z ? ?7?7k'- 2971492 1 11552449?ff7J1i5fd,z1'1-217412Z4.'f.'-.5 f, 5','. 14225, ' 471114292692 'F ' .'4f77 ZZ7 43F. 7-1 l 4 4 , 4 .1 Z .fs E H, , .. Z :wif 4412"-,af-,.1 '.,-:---.2 .. . . -1-fa14,1--ffl'':-Fabian'L1 ' H 4' '1' Qi.-411 . 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Kappa Kappa Kappa .... .... 2 02-203 Agri Day Association .... ,... 2 72-273 Ka ,I Si ma 176-177 Alpha Phi Epsilon .... ..... ..r.. 2 1 7 pp' 2 g """"' "" Alpha Zeta ...................... 206 Math Club """ 268 American Association of Engineers. 267 Medfcal College "" ' ' 65-77 American Institute of Electrical En- ' Medfc liuculty ""' ' ' 68-69 gineers ........................ 262-263 Medic Freshmen '------' - - 72-73 Alnerican Society of Mechanical En- MGdiC S0Ph0m0l'C5- ------- - - 70-71 gineers ........................ 264-265 Men's Dormitory Council .. . . . . . 240 Arkansas' Advancement Association 284-285 Military ................. .... 1 61-172 Arkansas' Boosters' Club .... ...... 2 82-283 Pan,HClleniC Council lli. .-,l 2 04 Arts and Sciences CCollegeJ .... . . 35-41 perlclean Litcmry -llll '... 2 54-255 L1 Baseball ................. .... 1 41-146 Pi Beta Phi .-.-..--- --.- 1 987199 A 1 Beauties. , -A 7 l ' . 237-292 Pi Delta Epsilon.. . . . . . . . 208 ' Blaclilrlars. ..................... 279 Pi Kaplm Alpha ..-- . -.-- 180-181 - , , , Ph' A Tha ...., . . 212 Carnall Hall' Governing Association 238-239 I lpha tm 4 Chi Omega I . A ' t . . - - 194-195 Razorback Stal? .... .... 2 42-243 Chi Zeta Chi. . ...... . . . . 74-75 Salvphic I-irerary --.- - . 258 f-fgach Coyle .,,,,,, . , 142 Scabbard and Blade . . . 209 ' Coach McLaren .... 124-125 Semi-Centennial -.-- . -- 29-39 Coach Schmidt .,-. 7 7 126 Seniors ............... .... 7 9-20 S' . u 'l .... 177-1 8 Debate ........... ... 232-234 fm Qlfiha P11707 188-189 DelraDeltaDelta .... ...zoo-201 lg ' . Slgmil Phl Epsllon ..... .... 1 84-185 Delta Phi ......... ... 214-215 S. N 186-187 Delta Psi 213 lgma u .... ....... .... 7 U " SkullanclTorch..... A207 Education CCollegel .,.. . . 47-52 Sophomores .......... .... 1 01-110 Education Club ........ 276 Square and Compass .... .. 190-191 Engineering CCollegcD .... . . . 41-46 Student Council ...... 236 "Engineer" Staff ....... . . . 246-247 Tau Beta Pl ...', ' ,,,, 211 Feature Section .... . . . 293-344 Tau Kappa Alpha -'--- ---- 2 10 Federal Baseball I lll. , l 147 Track ............... .... 1 49-153 lrcclc,-al Club. l . I D 7 7 274-275 Traveler Staff. ..... . . . . 244-245 lrootlmll ..., .,.,,. . I I 123-140 Tri-Eta Club. . ................ . . 278 ' Freshmen ........... . . . 111-118 U. H. S. Baseball Team ........... 148 Freshmen Football . .... . . 139 University Society of Civil En- ' ........,............... 266 Galnma Chi .............. . . . 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FTER 12 months of building, of selecting, rejecting, eliminating, choosing and cussing, the "Golden Razorback" has been sent on its irretrievable way to the printers. The hnished work will soon be out. To the staff and the junior Class who would be critical there remains one word: "Temper your judgment of the success of the book by the measure of encouragement and help you have given it." The Razorback has been work. To the members of the staff who have worked hardest on the book, special mention should be given. Orville VVord, assistant editor, deserves the highest credit for his work in getting out plates when plates had to go to the engraver. VVilliam Amis, Tola Hite, Lois Winters, Sam Thomason, L. Gale Huggins and Claris G. Hall were staff members who responded readily to calls for their help. Day Hancock, Carl Toalson and Leland Hull, artists and Cartoonists, while not members of the staff, were invaluable in their work, the drawings and art work in the volume being the results of their efforts. To Lawrence Bartell, Aubrey Baber, Nat L. Shepard, james li. Rutherford, Robert A. Leflar, Dean D. Ault, Porter Cleveland and Armon Smith go the editor's thanks for assist- ance at the studio or at the write-up desk. The faculty yielded several members who gave invaluable aid tothe book, chief among whom were Professor C. li. Ripley, head of the publications com- mittee, and T. C. Carlson, executive secretary. In summing up the friends and big helpers of the Razorback nothing could be complete without recognition to the Photographers-, Hugh Sowder and sl. F. Field. Sowder's athletic pictures, scenes and special photographs. in addition to his regular work, make up a large part of the interest sections of the Razor- back. Mr. Field took pictures and assisted in the manner of only a prince of good picture takers. Schrader was official medical photographer. j. J. Sher of the Bureau of Engraving, in planning the art work and en- graving of the annual, gave a service that cannot be purchased with gold. Ben F. Seward of the Hugh Stephens Printing Company, with his timely assistance and advice, earned the management's gratitude and everlasting friendship. Issuing the book has been profitable. The liditor will never forget the class of 1923 that made it possible for him to profit in this school of experience and hard knocks. -The ,Edilozx llflfll' .MJ 'A V hyiw' --4. ..f .ag A 5,2efhzfzbafz,izgzgzpgsjzsgg, , X V 4 -VN, -N14 , , A , 1 ., , . - ' ' 4, '27 V- V7fqzff,:ff.f4V::.ff4zw Mv ",4f wig, 73,41 , VS, f ,f It ,,.:,,,j4 , ' ffffy, V ,Y xl-'Z' y ,B,v fy 1, 3 'f jgji' 71551, 1,1 4 K.,,:Z4,if:-.ufw-:.,,L-15,f!.,,'-265' M ' " ' ' 4f1f.,,' ' ' N ,ffzf,- "I ' I f A CJ '- ,.,,,f1-fl -, l frwif A . , V b , , Q . . 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