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Little Rock lj The State Superintendent of Public Instructiznn , Q ELECTED MEMBERS f HUGH A. DINSMORE, Fayetteville E. J. BOIJMAN, Little Rock I A G. W. PURYEAR, Jonesboro J. S. PARKS, Fort Smith f . Q A. B. BANKS, Fordyce W. L. POPE, Pocahontas 3 JOHN! G. RAOSDALE, El Dorado , J i OFFICERS K GOVERNOR JOHN E. MARTINEAU . . . . . Chairman L Q WILLIAM H. CRAVENS, Fayetteville . . . Secretary and Auditor I : OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION L E l JOHN CLINTON F UTRALL ........ President i 2 WILLIAM NA'PIlAN GLADSON . ..... Vice-President . 5 - Dean of the College of Engineering, and Director of the Engineering I Experiment Station I JOHN CLARK JORDAN .... Dean of the Graduate School I E DANIEL THOMAS GRAY . . Dean of the College of Agriculture A J and Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station ' I ' JULIAN SEESEL WATERMAN .... Dean of the School of Law H VIRGIL LAURENS JONES . Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 1 ' JOHN OSCAR CREAOER . . . Dean of the College of Education ' Q Director of the Summer Session ' I I CHARLES CLIFTON FICHTNER . . Head of the School of Business Q Q A dministration . MARTIN NELSON . . Vice-Dean of the College of Agriculture and I ' Vice-Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station 4 S GILES EMM ETT RIPLEY ......, Dean of Men I ' Q MARTIIA MCKIENZIIE REID ...... Dean of Women ARTHUR MCC RACKEN HAIQIJINCI . Director, General Extension Service ' Q T. ROY REID . . Assistant Director, Agricultural Extension Service f I FREDRICK LAIRD IQERR .... Registrar and Examiner I d WILLIAM HAMPTON CRAVENS . . Secretary of the Board of Trustees ' ' and Auditor I Q THORGNY CEDRIC CARLSON . Business Manager and Treasurer ALLAN ARTHUR GILBERT . . . . University Physician J Q J. WYMOND FRENCH . , . Director of Publicity I 5 JULIA RAMSEY VAULX . ..... Librarian L I Q LAWRENCE LELANU BROWNE . Supt. of Buildings and Grounds d E Page 21 V I "" "I' are "" I 2Iwf1IQ1'wv I'Ie +lfwe Sv I 2 ix ' 1 'ffm 1 4 11' 'I ' I A X, l.-, '71, .,, V, , 2 5 j0I1N C1.1N'roN FUTRALL President of the 'University X Page 22 ' v 1 n , 1 , 0 c 3 V 4 r 1 A i 3 2 I 4 2 Z A on Page 23 UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS HA'I does the University of Arl inns st md for' For 1 multitude of things lol tiuth foi iighteous of other oiglml mtions institutions 'md 1nd1v1du mls But there are two things the promotion of which 'ire It seems to me the special fL1l1LtlOl1 of '1 university 'lhe First of these is scholarship without which 1 uni versity IS such in name only Scholarship IS not an osten tatlous display or pursuit of learning It is not merely the acquiring of a large quantity of acculate knowledge Real scholarship 1lTl1Jll6S an attitude of mind th it is open that is always eager for ascertaining the truth that looks forward toward the discovery of new facts which may he of advantage to the race The second function of a university that I would mention is character building There may be high scholarship without character, but the effect may be a detriment rather than a benefit to society. If any university desires to attain in full measure the chief aim of its existence, it should strive to create on its campus, and among its alumni and students an atmos- phere conducive to the formation of high character. In the ultimate analysis of human affair , the deeds of men of charac- ter are greater than the deeds of men of super-ability who lack this element p -JOHN C.. I-UTRA1 I . ,,e+ JQZLQQQSZE ' I 110 RIYZOTDUCR M1925' A 'U'-' 3 3 A 5 4 li i E 1 l I l : A : 4 1 l J -, ' .' cz .ms . z f ' . . L 1 1 A ,Y - - c rs . , L 1 ness, for democracy, for many virtues which are also the aim f 'ala' ,'.' 'sc "' ac. V 5 i V e ' ' i . Y .C N. I . . . z 2, . . . . . . .L . . . . K y 2 , C . . C 1 . C . ' . z i C ' . . . . . 2 y l Q C C I . , C ' . x .s C Y : ' . ' E J , 1 1 4 ' S 1 C 1 - , . l 2 A4 l : 1 yi , x'n"'ry.v.1uzvvu ...., In . .-.T ,F ., ,Ar . Q .Y ., . 1-1 .. f. if J. .i. 1 yi F , -fl ' F , f ffftilz ff I COLLEGE OE ARTS AND SCIENCES A ......... ..., .,. ..., .. .,...,.. -...-.......... ..... ,.......,..- .....,... ,...............,.... .,.. ............:'t.... ,'t'W'f:y.wM,.--- ...... .... ..... -.... ,..... .-. ..... .........,.....,.....,....... . 12, 2357 l.l. education not immediately practical in its ends is a search for the Beautiful, I T the True, and the Good. As such, it contains the elements of high adventure, and the promise of lasting satisfaction. Not every 5 student enrolled in the college of liberal arts l in America is conscious of seeking the above ideal aims. But every student, even that one . whose whole apparent interest is centered in the side-shows that surround the gates of every American university, is Hexposedn to that which is true, beautiful, and abiding. ln the laboratories, in the libraries. in the , classrooms, he is brought face to face with I . man's methods of search for the truth and T f with man's conceptions of that which is DEAN jomas beautiful and good. Though the thoughtless student will never attain any real mastery of proper understanding of the world in which he lives, he may catch a few consoling glimpses of truth while he is hurried on in the current of a materialistic and mechanical civilization. The earnest student may find in such surroundings that which will make him an independent thinker, a creator of new forms of beauty, and a force for righteousness in the affairs of men. For him the college of liberal arts chiefly lives, and from him society draws that vigor that enables it to move forward. "Training leaders of mankind" is the ground upon which the college of liberal arts is justified, even though not all of its products are "as cornerstones, polished like '1 yalacef' C 1 'VIRGIL L. joN1ss. Page Z4 X x ""' i"'-9--. ..g ..'. if 'L-i' A g . Av , . ,. . 1 . as K' , IHA' .'.itr.ff1ff.1f.ft is r , COLLEGE GE ENGliNEERlING wi IIITLIII """" """LL" ffffflf I-IE functions of the College of Engineer- E - ing are threefold, consisting of teaching, of experimentation, and of the dissemination of information obtained by research. Teaching may be done by residence work, by extension classes, or by correspondence. No man on receiving his baccalaureate degree is a full-Hedged engineer. In college he has learned foundation principles, and better still, he has learned how to study. He is now in possession of a knowledge of the physical sciences, of mathematics, and of the fundamentals of engineeringg and, with a few years' practice, he can take rank with others of his profession in accordance with ' his ability and his diligence. In lines of research, the Engineering DEAN ULADSON Experiment Station seeks new knowledge, the development of fundamental laws as applied to engineering, and the investi- gation and collection of information which will aid the industries, and will assist in the discovery and development of natural resources. These investigations may even lead to the development or invention of new machines or processes. There is opportunity in the Engineering Experiment Station for students to do practical engineering work under the guidance of skilled engineers, each an expert in his line. This experience is very valuable, and materially aids young engineers. --XV. N. fil,ADSON. ,H illiil Page 25 l COLLEGE OE AGRICULTURE kb. .......... Wi" H.. IWW 1- "H" ...,...........,. .. ... . . . . . . 'FN5 42133213115 ""A" M "A"A""""""' feliiizzzzizzizzfimtzit:::::1:::::: A"A" ,..... 3 11111211212 ViZfZ2W42fJi4l?sdl'Zfiiwwwvmczzgzzzzzzzzgzzff''im1"3'f'f"ffSmL' """""" 1:::::::,f3f:fQ Q f"fa v f..- .....,. ,..,....... ,.., , ....,......,,,.. . . .... . ..... . .... .........., - ..,,... ,.., ,,... . .....,., LX! Hli College of Agriculture of the Uni- versity of Arkansas does three things, and its work is divided into three main divisions. Une of these divisions is known as the Agricultural Experiment Station, and its - main object is to discover new facts. Those scientists that belong to the staff of the Station devote their time to solving problems which are beyond the individual farmers and their wives. These problems concern plant and animal diseases, fertilizers, products, marketing. and other problems of the farm and home. In all, the College has approxi- mately thirty-Iive workers associated with the Experiment Station, each official devoting at least a part of his time to ClCl:1l1ltC research A problems. Another division is the college proper- DEAN GRM' this having to do with teaching resident stu- dents. This phase is the one with which the students of the University are most familiar. The college proper deals with resident students, and undertakes to discover and develop new leadership for the rural people of the state. The third division deals with extension work in agriculture and home economics, and consists of nothing but simple teaching. The students are not taught, however, upon our campus and in our classrooms. They are out in the rural districts, and consist of those who, for various reasons, can not come to the University. The function of this faculty is to teach the farm men and women over the state the principle of better farming and better home-making. -DAN T. GllAV. H v'v-'1' ri-ol ' ,gem . L xg I Page 26 X '- .. I'l"fTL'.:"Z' Wi" 'J 'Trier ,fIm'l?5'i'.'ffCfJ- J 192 fi' i V v ' COLLEGE OF EDUCATTON ......... .... .... ............... ....... ....... ,,.. ..,., 6. 1f?'ifgy..7 ...-.. . .. ,.. . ...,. . ....... .... . . .. .. ...-.....-. A A4 WCG .......... ...... - ,,..,,.,.., ..,A ---,..,..,s.,..,..,-...-,,.-.-..,. aw XX: HY call teacher-training schools "Col- . leges of Education?" The name is not an accident, but a well-conceived philosophy is back of the christening. Courses for the preparation of teachers were first offered in a T State University by Professor Payne in l879. Much has happened since then, and his "noblest of professions" is emerging in the minds of the world. And the keynote of its nobility is in the fact that we are more and more realizing that the function of this type of university work is to "educate" rather than merely "train" teachers. University education has steadily main- tained that real education is to free men from the hampering influence of tradition. A college of education undertakes this. lt is far more than a mere "training or finishing school." It emphasizes a broad education as a basis for professional preparation, which is DEAN CREAGER to be conceived in the most liberal terms. No real College of Education offers a set of recipes for the guaranty of success in "teaching school." The work in practice teaching does give the novice a chance to catch the pace of a trained apprentice. But by the time that he is ready to teach, it is to be hoped that the future teacher may work out his craftmanship successfully, free from servile imitation of traditional practice. The College of Education of the University of Arkansas sets itself to the task of furnishing theState with well-educated teachers, and tries to prepare educational leaders for the State in various lines of work other than classroom teacher. -J. O. CREAGER. J tt , .1 Page 27 f - .1 1lyi1'.i1.'- . , THE SCI-IIOOII.. OF LAW 1 INli'I'liliN 'l'XVliN'I'Y-SEVEN had pe- culiar significance for the School of Law. In the spring of 1927, the first class of eight nien graduated, and in the fall two more received degrees. Nine of these ten graduates entered the practice in the State, In the fall, the School of Law began work under more favorable conditions, as two especially equipped classrooms and additional library space were provided. The law library was increased to 8,500 volumes. As a result of a systematic program for the purchase of law boolcs, the present law library represents a careful selection now easily available at all times for the students. In the fall of 1927, the law students for xi the first time organized a separate student - body. A law school council was elected, and a definite student association effected. DEAN WA'i'1cmmN In December of 1927, the School of Law was admitted to membership in the Associa- tion of American Law Schools, an organization in which only eleven other Southern law schools are members, and which consists of the fifty leading law schools of America. While marked gains were made by the School of l.aw, the passing of judge Wlilliam Armistead Falconer, Professor of Law, in November, 1927, was a great loss. I-Ie was an able teacher, a profound student of the law, a recognized scholar in the classics, a noble example of the best traditions of the Old South, and a lovable companion. --I. S. VVA'1'1f:RMrxN. V ' . ' I . A . ff- L.-. ' ' ' . Page .YH f .,..., i VNU F 1 'W 'K K r - 1 ' , r' 31 al M iflfflifi 'fff' If N DEAN OE THE GRADUATE SCHOUL we 1211117 .,..., ..,,. ' 3.111 ss- UR many years the University of Arkan- sas has, under the supervision of a committee, been offering work for graduate students leading to the presentation of the lVlaster's Degree. lt was thought wise to reorganize these graduate studies into a formal graduate school. During the last year this new organization has been com- pleted. A dean has been appointed, who has T associated with him a permanent graduate council composed of two other members. The direction of graduate students is under the supervision of the dean and ol the council. The final responsibility is to the graduate faculty, which consists of members of the general faculty who are giving instruction to graduate students, and which makes the Uni- versity Senate recommendations for advanced - degrees, The University confers the degrees of Mas- ter of Arts and Master of Science, and grants also the professional degrees in engineering. DEAN joiumx lt is the purpose of the graduate school to accomplish for its students two results. We desire to give them further opportunity and training such as is to be derived from their graduate courses. But we hope to make the year devoted to graduate study here more than just a Hfth year of college work. VVe hope to make it also an introduction to advanced methods of work by the assignment of research problems. ln this way we endeavor to make the work for the master's degree a transition from the college proper to the strictly research aims of the cloctor's degree. ' eqlonx Finxiuc joiuux. Page 29 jlf, ip-4 rw . ' J, vrviqlv f ' "r 5 r- All f c'-:rr ' ' . ,f iff' ,filiLfiii'1J!fiin i -,L 'TJ af" til we 'fziisif SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMTNTSTRATTUN 'N """"" ' N ,""'""""""""4"' 'lfieifiiifaiiiilacvw ' ' I-Ili phenomenal industrial growth of the South in recent years has led to the 1 establishment of schools of commerce in most of the Southern state universities. The School of Business Administration established in 1926 at the University of Arkansas is designed to serve the state in this inevitable economic expansion. The School of Business Administration aims to train business leaders. In training for business, however, problems of citizenship ' and larger relations covering our economic organization as a whole are' emphasized along with the professional aspects of business practice. Training is cultural as well as practical. In training men for business, our pro- cedure is: First, to set forth the human and material forces with which business deals, Doc'ro1zFICl-ITNER second, to teach the established principles of economics and managementg third, to train students in the use of equipment and methods of business, and finally, since all other training is ineffective unless it leads to action, we aim to develop in the students a capacity for making judgments and decisions based on analyses of facts. The school can not hope to train a man in the details of any par- ticular organization. It trains men in the fundamentals of business and defers to later experience adequate preparation for work within the organization itself. Opportunities for men trained in business are numerous at present and the field will doubtlessly continue to expand rapidly. The larger corporations especially are looking to collegiate schools of business for their executive material. -C. C. FICHTNER. . , ,..,..v..-4 slr H . , 4. fi at 1 Page 30 X f. 'N i W- A M-A ,,.. ff-.'2.l:21,. ' W" 4 Ellfu 'Tim Itm'of'f:ifs',f.f1 f 1951 fi i 'A" ' 'f it fri-. SCHOOL UF MlElDllCllNlE can ,,,,...,,,,. .,..,.,. ,. ,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,.,,.,,,.,,, ,,,,,,..,,., ,,,. , .,,., . .,...,. .. ........., 46535 ' HE School of Medicine, located at Little , ' N Rock, is an important branch of the University of Arkansas, and fulfills an indis- pensable function. Although the school is not a recent establishment, its growth was retarded for a while. But now, by a use of high literary standards and by a superior class of professors, and by a growth in state- wide interest in the school, and by an increase in Financial appropriations, this Arkansas 4 Medical School is at last beginning to occupy the position it rightfully deserves as one of the leading medical schools of the South. Much of the credit for the present high standing of the school is due to Dr. Vinson- haler, its present dean. He has unstintingly contributed his own knowledge and ability, and has made many personal sacrifices in its advancement. All citizens from every walk of life owe him a debt of gratitude that, unfortunately, can never be repaid. It is largely the results of his efforts that have raised the School of Medicine from an inferior grade institution to one of the highest class. Today it is recognized by the Council of Medical Education of the American Medical Association as one of the strong educational institutions of the country. From a two-year school in 1919 it has developed the clinical departments and today that student is fortunate who can claim it as his Alma Mater. Du. V1NsoNHAl.icR r ' ff ar. f Page 31 A ' W' - - "W" "fr "A fi ,M ii- Wi' . 1 .f JW' i'iiifF1,!,?!.-'iiffffl' Ulf! Q17 'ww R f I l DEAN OIF MEN F---------W .-..-... -... ... ........ - ..... -.. ...- .... -...,......- .... .......y,gtn.,. 5, ',Qg,...4sf, ..............,.. .. .,,, .I wifi .......4 - .... ..4....,... - ..... , .,A..,...,..., fm- I DOUBT if it matters much what is written in this article, for the proofreader is prob- ably the only person who, in addition to the I author, will read it. If I could be sure of this limited perusal, I might write some of the confidential conversations, which never get beyond the walls of my office, and which are known only to myself and to the student who is conliding in me. I am not sure, however, and so, must remain silent on many things. Better that I write nothing than betray a confidence. I have heard faculty members say "they would not have the Dean of Men's 'job' under any conditions." I have also heard them criticize him because he did not-and on the other hand I have heard students criticize him because he did---. I guess he is sup- posed to he a bumper or shock absorber. The Deanof Men has the great task of working with youth, of trying to maintain his own youth so that a better understanding may exist between student and dean, acquiring through all this the friendship of worth-while youth engaged in worth-while tasks. In this last there comes to him new courage and aspirations which make his task infinitely worth-while. To have so close a touch upon the future through daily contact with earnest, optimistic youth is 'to aid in making better a civilization whose new day is dawn- ing as my night is falling. DEAN Riifuzv ,sj 4 .., . p Page 32 X I DEAN OIF WOMEN ......... .... .,...... ........ ..,..,..,......,. ........ . .......... .. ..... ....-..-........, .... .. ........... .. .... fem., ,':.w,g1,.- ,fm-,. ..,... -....... .. ...- ..... -.............-.............---.--4--.-.-.--- -.- we .,.. ,,..,..., . fe Q ..... . .A..... ,. wx- 1 REETINGS from the office of the Dean of Wfomen to all Arkansas students past and present, and especial greetings to the Class of 1928, in whose honor this copy of The Razorback is compiled! t It is the helpful task of the Dean of VVomen to serve in every possible way the women of this universityg to help to create a college spirit of good work and wholesome playg to inspire all interest in study and thinkingg to aid in the development of high standards of citizenship and to co-operate in all movements which make for a finer and better Arkansas. The Dean of VVomen spends much time in serving on committees, in attending DEAN REU, student meetings, in conference with students and parents, but these duties do not express the deeper signilicance of her work. It is rather a service which has for its aim the effecting of better adjustments between students and the faculty, and the world in which they must live. Routine duties are the means only to the great end of the development of personality and character by the conscious and com- prehensive adjustments of personal and group needs. , -MARTHA M. Rmb. Page 3 5 STUDENT SENATE "M 8' "W" """' ' ""' "" .... . ,... ,, .,.,,...T iiiigfiiifij' oo- , OFFICERS I Gmouczlc Coma ..... President I.1NIm W ILIcs . Vice-President WAI,'rIaR HIN'roN . ' . Secretary MixIIcsUIcIII'I'Ic KIQLLIQR 7'reas1Irer MEMBERS HIQLIQN BAKIQR MARY jAct1csoN M,xIecsAIzIa'I' Buopiu ANNIE LAURII5 ELLIS Glzokoia Coma HAL MIxoN CIIAIzI.Izs FIzIIcIzsoN RoIsIcR'rA MCfi1l.l, 2 Poivrmz Gimclc SAMMIIQ RossoN WINNIIQ I-IoI'KINs RoIsIcR'r Mczflluzooiz WAI.'I'IaIz HIN'I'oN RoIsIzR'I' LAw'I'oN ' ' I MAIuaUIaR1'I'I': KIQLLIQII LINDA WILIss Gizoium CoI.I2 TUDENT government in the University of Arkansas has formerly been slightly passive and uninteresting clue to the lack of real power, hut next year will probably he a change. When the students prove that they can handle their own affairs, which is steadily being accomplished, then can they ask for more power that the faculty will surely grant. Meanwhile, it is hoped and he- lievecl the clay of student-control of student affairs is not far distant. 1 Top row-GRACE, WILI2s, MIXON, ICE-LLER, l.Aw'I'oN, BAKER, FRII5usoN Bottom row-Bizoiniz, HIN'I'oN, ELLIS, JACKSON, Hoi-KINS, ROSSON, ELLIS Page 34 f fx . 1,f: .x ii CARNALL HALL GOVERNING BOARD 2:'L...'5gf?,5-y... in-,. ...... - -................- .... -at B -' -' .,..A..,N,.,. .. ..... . - ., . ., OFFICERS MARnUl5R1'1'1s IQIELLIER . . . President GAY GA'r'r1s . . Vice-Presizlent B CHRISTINE HIENIUIQICIQS . . Secretary N ntl. CAs'rI.15BERRY . , Treasurer 'YN MEMBERS L GAY GA'l"l'IS RUTH Plcixkcfia EMMA Sco'r'r KATHRYN BUCHANAN Y-N Bless P15R1uMAN Rum' Pmiflf NEL1. CAS'l'l.lEBERRY JENNY CAM1'1siz1,i. CHRIsT1N1z I-l15NuR1t'Ks MARouic1z1i1'1c Kisi.1,1z1z RACIIAILI. BAcUs , CORRINE Honolss MARc.Umz1r12 LIMMBRMAN A --g .l lYlARGUliRI'l'E IQELLER HIS Board is composed of women who reside in Carnall Hall, and its pur- pose is to administer discipline, and to act as a go-between for the girls who reside here and the University Administration. It looks after the welfare of the girls who reside in the dormitory. A few of the many duties performed by this Board are: Staging the dances and "open houses," keeping down unnecessary noises during study hours, seeing that one does not use the telephone more than the limited number of minutes, etc. Membership is elective, the residents of the dormitory only being eligible to VOtC. , A ix. WM, T I if ' . 'Sv as , , r .VW 4 1 I ' 1. . ,gh xv i i ' l l J Tap row-BACUS, CAsTLlsBERRv, Honcias, GATTIS, ZIMMERMAN, l!Ucu.xNNAN Bottom 7'0'ZU-PEARCE, SCo'r'r, CAMPBIQLL, PFAFF, Himniucics, PERRIMAN Page 35 ' v , -fail if v if vfif1'.fi,'." z"i:','fc" '.', f.,.lf' MENS DORMIITORY GOVERNING BOARD --v--n-----m---.m-..--.-....- .,..... - ....,,.,,. .......,............,....,........,....m-mljfkgv ..,,, .. .,....,. ,.......,, ..,,,,,,...,,.....,....,..,.,.,..,,,...,..,..,,.. .........,,,,.,,... OFFICERS E. MERRILL AINSWORTH . . . . . President H. M. TELFORD . . . V1'ce-President ROY E. WHITE . . Secrclary-T1'casm'er MEMBERS PORTER J. BYRD H. M. TELFORD E. M. AINSWORTII Rov E. VVIIITE HE "Coom-Boots" are elected late each spring by popular Vote of the residents of the Men's Dorm. They are given a warm reception in every sense of the word. The Council co-operates with the matron, Mrs. Ellis, in preserving order and good will among the residents. Meetings are held every Tuesday night, at which time the ones who have violated rules are called up and the fines are assessed. The Council is in charge of all dances, dinner dates and other social functions held at the dormitory. Three members of the Council are residents in Buck Hall. each one living on one of the three floors, while the fourth one resides in Hill Hall. Members of the Council do not convict upon circumstantial evidence nor do they attempt to prove anything. They assess hues for what they see done, and for nothing else. 4 AINSWORTH TEL1foRn BVRD WHITE Page Jo X Y - 8 l ,I FK-fly X. vw V, 1 A' F 9 1'?"'T7'ILiQTm'1'ffHW' ,-Imp' A "FT i , xf iii, A 3, ,a5m1glV11,5 A , ,N .mi mix e V ,X ww . ' 'CXH1' , 'I V Troaelfway QZ'femorz'al fridge Broadway Jfemorial ?Brz'dge at .Qjttle 7Qek wax eomtructed in 1925 and if dedzeated to tlzofe .roldierr of ufrkamaf -wlzo .ro -valiarztb' gafve tlzeir live: during tlze World War. The - bridge if built Q' reinforced eoncrete o af1di.rQeon.rielered one of the out in tlze South. w Mmm I 1 1 Jfx V '. " I 1 , V ' ', . - if Q- .ax ' 1. - i " , n y gi 1- 4 . ' H' . 1 u I - 1 , .. , , '1 ., - , 1 W 6 .4 4 , 1 1 1 f f L . 1 ' ,,..- , , . in - -f-V: , 1 f CLASS Page J7 VL A ,xg N L 32 2 N Xin m Eff XJ : vi G-fwj. ' Mai? f s gh X X fyiy W J'-EXQIX fr lg! D JFS' I if-1-:J 'XJ J aj' vi X ,fp N' Af. izi 1- ai' i. 'ff-" WWW!! JN? 'Ns' QQ -.1 3 1 va Y? 214252 5. "Jig " N-P MSXS, S' mv - J- - 1 2.7 -Egg: M1 Q. "VI ll M' -Z-"'L ' ?g W4. if 2 fy img. Q .nf ,Q . Q 1355: 5,2 . ,ul , .,.. A 1' 1. 41 Q 4 E 4 A' I , ' 5 . ,'..v . n - :JEi.,,,5:,.!v!tx 5 1' E? . fa.. u 344.4 Tiki? WX 5 sf A mn fm,-'Nw ff 1 - - f ..,-- . ,If-3-.V'-. -121+ "5 'Q-1 sa Xe -My Sv 1 ' X' -' 35? 159. 4 EEZ' QW - mg- 5 If .l 1' :?fQfi:'if'f1: 'QU ' " S' ' 5- . f -.- 4 . 1 1' 756-5-2-Est,-. , 1:5-'S' fi 5 3" 1 4 Q,n. fk'Y4fif ', ti? .5 15 -Ti ff if ' " 2 ' 2' J if a. -L 1' 1- 215 ff: 1 lf gan. at . z 751 :ilu -2 12 ,'-1: ' .-:- . s . - - QW-.LV -J' If-'i- -f, 3- 2151 2 JE 'LC' A. is z' A fm- fg jj 4.1: 'xiii " ,-3 7' 1 ' , H - Lf' .i:f. fx m5 afef jc nm R. lnxiuzic Ffiyvllewllv M. 5. ll. S., University ol' Arkansas. lVlARY lfimxcls llmunwmz l"i1yvl!vz"i!lu M. ll. S. IC., University of Arkansas. ljoiurrm' IfIAN1uNs .S'priu,qrIl1lf' M. A. li. A., University of Arlczinsns. li. P. llicics Clrmvziunfzzl M.A. A. H., University of Arkansas. ll. M. 'l'ls1.ifokn JIl7Il'fl.IIll City M. li. S. in I3 A., University of Arkznnsais. Vi-:Lim liAR'l'l.l5Y l"uyat1ez11'lIa M. S. H. S. in Home lic., University of Al'li2lIlSllS. Mus. jluncs R. lIn.i. l"uyellf'vi!lu M. A. A. li., University ol' Arlcunszis. liuuicxlc li. S'rlcvlaNsoN Mmm M. Ii. S. li., University of Arkansas. C. W. C. An1.snLrm' lifonmjivlzl, Mn. M. S. B. S. IS., Southeastern Missouri State Teacliers College. Mus. Rurn M. CUNN1NcanAM l5w'ry1'z'!lv NI, A. B. A., Central State Teachers College, lirlxnoncl, Olcln. Page .l ANI-:'r'ric l l.-xRRlN1:'l'uN Ifuyvllvziillv M. A. B. S. li., University of Arlczinszxs. Axnuv Cillc.v1'li.ul .S'1apln'u.v M. S. li. S. li., University ol' Arlcunsus. O. j. Slsvmwlc Parkin M. S. ll. S. li., Southeast Missouri State 'ltC1lCllCl'S College. jicssnc RM' Conn l"ayvtlm'il!1' M. A. ll. A.. University of Arkalnsns. IVIM' Slll.l.lVAN'l' Rns.wIl1'z'llf' M. S. li. A., State Tezleliers College. Ross Cnfxs. l'll5NlilCS'l' l"uyullv1'1'llr M. A. li. A., University of Al'li1lllSZlS. NY. C. EVANS fllkillx Nlf A. li. A., University ol' Arlczlnsns. AlARjURllC CARR 'lexus .C'nrn1'ng N. A. li. A. lf., University of Arlcunszis. l'll'l'lIA Y.xN1ax1nl':1u5 liulwwillf- M. A. li. A., University of Arknnszis. Row1cN,x Svmns Clnzz-lvslmi M. A. B. S. li., University ol Arkzinszis. Page 3 9 ,nm my-A Cfll'VIlIlllI'l' nv J. H. Fu-:I X Page 40 1 if S Q X xg Seuiovr 14 N, ,.,, , , ...- , .. ' ,, .7 - I . will ii I t"f'1'a SENIOR CLASS ................,..- ....... .......................-...-...................,.,.....,.... ..,.. ......... adm... ,',.' 'jf:g,... ,af,,.....-....... -.....-............... ..................-..s...,.... .... iff ' U lf 90- . .....,. . .... KVKRQKXVA g.i..-,.-,- . OFFICERS ' Rosismixiu' Tuoincv . . . President , ANGIE Mixncsic Kizrrn Secretary Roiziswr AUs'rIN . . Treasurer RosEMA1n' 'l'i'oHiaY N TI-IE history of the Class of '28 many notable events have occurred. In '24 the women's gymnasium was added to our beautiful campus. In that same year the Rootin' Rubes, a women's organization, comparable to the A. B. C. Club, was organized. The Women's League, a national organization for University women, was organized in the spring of '26. In the fall of '26 the School of Business Adminis- tration, along with the School of Law, became a college. In the fall of '27 the new Agriculture and Engineering buildings were occupied. The Razorback basket ball team won the Southwestern championship for three consecutive years, which has not been duplicated in the history of the Conference. Tennis was revived as a varsity sport in '28. In the fall of '27 the graduate school was established as a separate college, with thirteen graduates getting degrees. Much progress has been shown by the installation of quite a number of professional fraternities on our campus, among which are Sigma Alpha Iota, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha, Theta Tau, and Alpha Chi Sigma. Many members of our Class have been prominent in both local and national honorary organizations, and throughout their college careers have fulfilled the duties of their offices very creditably. VVith the inspiration of our motto, "Veritate Duce Pr0gredi," our school has launched on a new scheme of development. VVith its new buildings, equip- ment, and colleges, the State may look with pride at the many achievements of its University. Page 42 f ARmc'ru ANNEN Ilol Springs B. A. Z:-ta Tau Alpha. Psi Chi, Ruotin' Rubvs, Panlnilh-nic, Vigilance Culumittcc '26, '27. Timo. L. linmsrox, ju. B. A. Waslimglon, D. C. Tri Eta, Arkansas Travi-lor Staff '27, Editor-in-Cliivl' Arkansas Travolvr '28, Press Club '26, '27, Cunnan-rcc Club '28, Captain Co. D, R. O. T. C., Prizm--VVinning Company '26, Suxclv.-nt Senate '27, XVho's Who '28, A. ll. C. Club '27. '28, Chairman Ring Cmiilniltuu. E. Mmuuu. AINSWORTII lil Ilormlo B. S., B. A. Square and Compass, Scahbarrl and llladc-, Tau Kappa Alpha, Xi Della Psi, Alpha Kappa Rho, Cmnmcrcc Club, Prvss Club, Travc-In-r Staff, Publications Advisory Council. Mcn's Dormitory Gnvorning Board, Reg. Stalf R. 0. T. C. ROSEMARY Tuonlzx' Lillie Rock B. A. Phi Mu, Gs-olugy Club, Trcasurm-r Avlllll- cn's I.:-auzlw, Treasurer Psi Chi, Girls' Gln-c Club '25, '26, '27 '28, Prcsichfnt Senior Class. Vigilance Ccnninittvv. MARcsAlus'l' l-lYA'r'r M mn'-zfcvlln B. A. Pi ll:-ta Phi, Y. XY. C. A., XVlnm-u's I.c-anne. GAs'roN Blau, Crnssvll B. A. Pi Kappa Alpha, Prcsich-nt Gamma Chi, Alpha Chl Sigma, Campus Loaders '28. EUSEI. M. CQLIQMAN Strong B. S. A. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Tri Eta, Agricultural Club. "A" Club, Allah-tic linarml '27, Scc'y- Trcas. A. D. A. '27, Football '25, '26, '27, Who's Who '27, Campus Le-advrs '28. RU'rn FITZjARRlZl.L Fayetteville B. A. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Campus 1.1-aclcrs '28, Y. NV. C. A. '24, '25, '26, President '27, '28, Executive Cmi1xnil.t.uc of XVonwn's Lcagui- '27, '28, W. A. A., Womcn's Pan- hullcnic '27. '28, VVmncn's Vigilance Com- lniturc '27, Psi Chi. MARIE RUTH lluicuxmc Stnllgurl B. A. Kappa Kappa Gamma. NV. A. A., Y. NV. C. A., Rooliu' Rubcs. Romain' T. AUSTIN Aubrvy B. li. Sigma Nu. Phi Nu Eta, Scabbard aml Illarlc, Cmnnu-rcc Club, Sucnnd Lieutenant Cn. D. '26-'27. First I.icutL'nant Cp. A. '27-'28, Frcslnnan Baseball '25, Intramui'al Basket Ball '27. Page 43 ,1- 1 1,.vfI I .I ,LZ l'iOUS'l'0N J. 1-IoI.I,oMAN DeWi!l A. B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Gamma Chi, Xi Delta Psi, Delta Phi Alpha, Psi Chi, Skull and Torch, Zoology Club, A?BQ C. Band '25, '26, Glee Club '2 , ' 8. KI'I"rv LOUISE FINGER Fayelleville A. B. Y. W. C. A., Traveler Stah' '27, '28 ROMA LUcII.I.Ic MoIIuIsoN B. S. E. Faycltevillc Phi Mu, Y. W. C. A., Women's League, W. A. A. CECIL E. SIIUFOIIIJ Fayelteville A. B. Sigma Chi, Skull and Torch, VVriters' Club, Marble Arch, Trav- eler Staff '27, '28, Razorback Staff '27, Poetry Club President '27, Press Club President '28. PHILIP ANImIcIzsoN Fayetteville B. S. A. WINNIE HOPKINS Marianna B. S. E. Chi Omega, President '27, '28g Freshman Commission, Women's Panhellenic '27, '28, W 0 m e n 's League, President '28, Student Sen- ate '28, Campus Leaders '28. VERA I,oRRAINIc Llesnek Lillie Rook B. A. Delta Beta, Skull and Torch, Kappa Delta Pi, Zoology Club, Sec- retary '25g VVomen's League, Treas- urer '26g Y. NV. C. A. Cabinet, VV. A. A., Treasurer Carnall Hall Governing Board '26, Math. Club. DANA T. MIERRICK Pine EMU B. C. Ii. A. S. C. E., Math. Club, Track, '26, '27, '28. JASI-E11 N. Cosrsv Jonesboro B. C. E. Sigma PlIi Epsilon. MII.mzIaIJ RUTH WAGNEII B. S. E. M usleogec, Olela. Delta Delta Delta. Page 44 rf I., , I.1I.i.mN I-Iuzsur Wiclrim Falls, Texas B. S. Kappa Kappa Gamma, VV. A. A. FLOYD W. SAMMoNs Hoi Sprizigx B. A. Kappa Alpha. N M' R. I-Iuumes Lillie Rank B. A. Kappa Sigma, Chi Psi National Ps Frat Panliellenic '25 '26 '27 .y. . ., . . .- - , Football '27, Assistant Manager Intramural Sports, Glee Club. AN one Mfxnuic Kmrn Iliwaxsr B. A. Delta Delta Delta, Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet '26, '27, '28, Vigilance Com- mittee '27, '28, Freshman Commis- sion '25, Homecoming Queen '27, W. A. A., VVomen's League. Mmqoima jomas Corning B. S. If.. Pi Beta Phi, Home EC. Club '25- '27, Choral Club, A. D. A. '25, '26, W. A. A., Y. NV. C. A., NVomen's League. JAMES MAXWlQl.L Wurmuiaia B. A. I"ayzrllm'illf' Writers' Club. . PAUL X. Wu.1.mMs Bnomevillv B. A. Kappa Sigma, Scabbard and Blade. ANNE Ci.1sAv1zR Conway B. A. Pi Beta Phi, Traveler Stall' '27- '28, Poetry Club. HORTIENSE ToMi.1NsoN B. S. H. E. Jllcmplzifs, 'I'011n. Delta Beta, Home Economies Club, Blaclcfriars, Rootin' Rubes, President '27, '28, Student Senate '26, Panhellenic, Campus Leaders '28, Women's League, Y. XV. C. A., Agriculture Queen '28. QU1N'roN Co1.1aMAN IfVi.'m if B. S. A. Phi Mu Alpha, Glee Club '26-'27, University Quartet '26, Blaclcfriars. Page 45 PIENRY W. SCHNIQIUER Little Rock B. C. E. College Men's Club President, Tau Beta Pi, Sec'y-Treas. '27, '28, A. S. C. li., Sec'y-Treas. '27, '28, Delta Psi. Cu1us'1'1NE Illiiuzmo lfVrzrrcn B. A. Zeta Tau Alpha. Rum CLARK Slrnng B. A. Pi Beta Phi. Glcoiuna Romain' Coma limzxile B. A. Kappa Alpha, Scabhard and Blade, Blue Key, Football '25, '26, '27, Baseball '25, '26, '27, Campus Leaders '27, '28, "A" Club, Athletic Council '26, President of Associated Students '27. C. RAY l'lANLEY Tuckerlnrm B. S. li. S. P. E. President, A. B. C., Pan- hellenic Representative, "A" Club Treasurer, Varsity Baseball '25, '27, Intramural Sports. Cnmic CIIANEY Osage B. S. li. Y. W. C. A. -- t Rum' lWAY5 Faynflevillc B. A. EWELI. TAw.ok Malvern B. S. A. Theta Kappa Nu, Phi Mu Alpha, A. D. A., A. B. C. XVILSUN H. Posey Hot Springs B. A. Press Club, Cadet Lieutenant '27, Cadet Captain '28, Traveler Staff. RAYIJELL Picnic Decumr B. A. Carnall Governing Board '24, '25, Treasurer of Governing Board '26, '27, Teacher's Certificate. Page 46 MAuc:A1ua'r Snicmvoon Mfxvo Ii. S. E. Lillie Rorle Zoology Club, Agricultural Day Association, W. A. A., Home EC. Club, Y. W. C. A. 'l'ukN1':R H1aNsi.m' .Porlfzlmg N. M. B. A. Sigma Nu, Xi Delta Psi, l.aw Council, Varsity Debate. CHARLES l312AlfClmM1' I"ay1'llcz'1'llz' B. S. B. A. Sigma Nu, Scabhard and Blade, Second Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. '26, First Lieutenant '27, BEULAII XVI-lI'I'C'UMli l"ayr'l1z:z'i!!a B. S. li. Y. W. C. A. MINNIIQ Mcflmlmc Luka lf"ilI11.g1f B. A. Phi Mu, Psi Chi, Rootin' Rubes, W. A. A., Vigilance Committee, Freshman Commission, Sec'y-Treas. of Panhellenic, Secretary of Wom- en's League, President Panhellenic '27, '28, I-IARLAN ANDREW WEST Mulberry B. A. Xi Delta Psi, 'l'eacher's Certifi- cate. A1.'roN j. Snuuzv Cmmlcn B. S. In. Y. M. C. A. '26, '27, President Y. M. C. A. '28, G1cu'1'1 is GAY C1A'r1'1s Razcliy' li. S. A. Kappa Delta Pi, Carnall Hall Governing Board '27, President '28, Treasurer A. D. A. '27, Home lico- nomics Club '27, VVoman's League, Who's VVho '28, Assistant in Home Economics '26, '27, '28. ColuNN1c Ifloocms Forrest City B. A. Pi Kappa, Arkansas Traveler Stall '27, '28, Carnall Governing lloard, W. A. A. GLEN -Rosle North Lililc Rock B. S. E. Pi Kappa Alpha, "A" Club, Mar- ble Arch, Athletic Council '28, Varsity Football '26, '27, '28, Var- sity Basket Ball '26, '27, '28, Varsity Baseball '27, '28. Page 47 5 si., '. , Ronuur L. PURYEAR Carlisle B. S. B. A. Tri Eta, Commerce Club. MAIQGAREI' ROWENA SPEARS B. S. Ii. Clzzlrleslon Razorback Artist '25, 'I'eacl1er's Certificate, Psychology Club '24, '25. ALMA L. ELLIS Fayellqville B. S. E. Kappa Delta Pi, Vice-President '27, President '28, Lambda Tau, Secretary '27, Psi Chi, Zoology Club, Y. W. C. A. Lizuov I-IEAD El Dorado A. S. C. E. JULIUS M. SIMMONS Gurdon B. A. EI.IzABE1'II BURRELL Springdale B. A. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sigma Alpha Iota, Pi Kappa, University Orchestra, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A. DORIS DRAKE Fayelleviille B. A. Chi Omega, Secretary-Treasurer Pi Kappa'26, '27,President Pi Kappa '27, '28, Y. W. C. A. '26, '27, Under- graduate Representative '27, '28, Vice-President Psi Chi '27, '28. NVILLIAM PONDER Goocu Jumfsboro B. S. B. A. Kappa Sigma, Tri Eta, Com- merce Club, Arkansas Boosters' Club, Men's Vigilance Committee. DICK RAY Lilllfv Rock B. E. E. Delta Psi, Secretary A. I. li. E. BLANCHE Moclc Fayclhzzilla B. S. A. Home lic. Club, A. D. A., Arkan- sas Agriculturist '28, Home Ec. Editor. Page 4? e 1 , Donor!-ix' I-Ilxxlclxs Sflflillgllllld B. A. Lows T. BVARS A111111 B. A. Q Lambcla Chi Alpha, Gamma Chi, Skull and Torcli, lfrcslnnan Foot- ball '24. GLENN Gmuusox lJvQ1mm1 B. 5. B. A. Lambcla Chi Alpha, Panhcllcnic '26, '27, '28. MARY SUE Duliosn Lcwmville B. A. Nlathematics Club, Secretary '25, '26, Prcsiclcnt '26, '27. lRlCNIi l"I'l"l'MAN lffzyvllwillf- 1 B. S. ll. L. Phi Mu, llomc Economics Club. AI.1f1u4:n W. PORTER Pamgfmlcl B. S. B. A. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Square and Compass, Press Club, "A" Club, Sport liclitor Razorback '27, VVho's NVho '27, '28, Freslnnan Baseball Coach '27, lfreslnnan Baseball '25, Varsity '26. ' Rlcnmm GARLAND OAKLIQV B. S. A. lforrlycru Theta Kappa Nu, Alpha Zeta, Secretary Agricultural Club '26, President ol' A. D. A. '27. VICRNA I-Iuonics Mf1IlflilIl'ff!I B. S. A. IERLINIQ I3LAcKsHnua El Dvrfula B. A. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Scc'y- Trcas. of Phi Alpha Theta '27, '28, Kappa Delta Pi, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A. Cabinet '26, '28. l.x'l.1a Ar.nxANn1su I-'miria Grow' ll. A. Gamma Chi. Page 49 l.15sI.11c F. BIQVII. Kensett B. E, E. A. I. E. li., A. ll. C., Phi Nu Eta, G. li. Treasurer '28, Staff Arkan- sas Engineer '27, '28, Engineers' Day Committee '27, '28. RIJTII VIRGINIA SUI.I,IvAN Harris B. M. VILLMA SCIIAFIQII BA1I'I'I.Isv B. II. li. Fayetteville WII.I,1AM llizke-scmil. Huuniss B. S. la. Fayetteville Kappa Delta Pi. QUINTEN RM' North Little Rock B. A. Phi Alpha Theta, Skull and Torch. 'l'oIsIMnc BARNES Batesville B. S. li. Kappa Delta Pi, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet '27, '28. IEDNA KATE IfIAI.Ic Blytlieville B. S. li. Delta Beta, Women's League, Vice-President '28, Y, W. C. A., Rootin' Ruhes, VVomen's Vigilance Committee '26, '27, W. A. A., Head of Girls' Basket Ball '28, H una W. O'lCEEFE Fort Smith B. A. Alpha Lambda Tau, Geology Club, Zoology Club. THOMAS LEE l'IucI:AIxv Little Rock B. C. E. Delta Psi, Scalmharcl and Blade, Phi Nu lita, A. B. C., Vice-Presi- dent '26, President '27, Varsity Track '26, A. S. C. E. President '28, Secretary-Treasurer '27, Rille Team, Engineers Wl1o's Who. l':S'1'ELEE l'lINSON Fletcher, Olela. B. S. E. Page 5 0 Douornv Cumnxs Sprzfugdalfz B. A. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Y. XV. C. A., W. A. A. XVINSTON N1ml.v Siloam Springs B. S. A. Agricultural Club, A. D. A. R. L. lWCf.iIl.L C1l1:!llfSfl'l' B. S. A. 'l'ri lita President '27, Agricul- tural Club President '27, A. D. A., Football '26, '27, "A" Club, Stu- dent Senate '28. Gimisvnavic Gmum Far! .S'm1'!h B. S. li. LEILA lVlAY BARRET For! Smith B. S. li. Kappa Delta Pi, Y. NV. C. A. llulnsur FINGER lmynltczfillu B. A. Sigma Chi, Black Friars '24, Band. WAI.'1'1aR Iflfnuus Ifayrllwille B. S. E. Kappa Alpha. LINDA Wiuas Lilllc Rock B. A. Chi Omega, Sigma Alpha lota, Vice-President Student Senate '27, '28, President Junior Class '26, '27, Women's Panhcllenic '27, '28. MA'r'r.M,ou MARS!-IALI. B. A. Siloam Springs Pi Beta Phi, Skull and Torch, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Theta, Psi Chi President '27, '28, Math. Club Secretary '27, '28, Choral Club, Varsity l-lockey Squad '25, '26, Commencement Committee, Blackfriars, Executive Committee of VVomen's League. NIINOR YVALLACE lVIILWlElE Iloratio LI.. B Kappa Alpha, Vice-President ol' Inter-Fraternity Council '26, '27, Associated Students '28, Campus Leaders '28. Page 51 OATHIQR S. lii.,xc'KiiukN Clfzrlexviilv l.l.. li. Phi Alpha Delta, A. li., College ol Ozarks. j1eNN1i4: C.xMi'lucl.i. lfllll liurwi B. A. Carnall llall Governing lioarcl '27, '28, Choral Club '27, Y. XY. C. A. lVlARUUlCRl'l'li Kn1.1.15u Lillie Rock IS. A. Phi Mu, Sigma Alpha Iota, Tl'l'ZlSllI'C!' '28, Skull nnrl Torcli, Psi Chi, Student S1-uutv, 'l'rz-nsllror '28, G1-olngyC'lub, Sucre- Lary '28, lfrusliumn Coiuniission '25, Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet '26, Cnrnnll llnll Gov:-rniiu: linnrcl '25, '26, Prvsidvut '28, University Orclu-stra '27, '28, NVonu-n's l.c-nuiie '28, XVonu-n's Vigilance Cmniuitu-v '28, faun- pus i.ezulL'rs '21-4. XVILLIAM linuns GANN .lVIlL7I.Qfil'!d li. A. Sigma Chi, Alpha Chi Sigma. lJwu:u'r D. HAWK l"uyvltz'1"1'l!f' B. A. Geology Club, A. B. C. MARY GRACE Wonucv Iloxslan, Lu. li. S. H. li. Home Economies Club, W. A. A., A. D. A. Buss l'l'2RlMAN l.'illlc-Ruff: B. A. Y. W. C. A., Carnall Governing Board '25, '27, '28. NIARVIN linu. TI.Il.VlIlllll li. S. A. Arkansas Agriculliurist Stall' '28, A. D. A. R.u.vn ll.uzLu' Ilvl Sprfizgx li. lf. "A" Club, Geology Club, Basket Ball '26, '27, '28, liascbnll '26, '27, '28, Campus l.C2lilCl'S '28. KA'l'i1RvN BLJCIIANAN li. li. ' 'Cln1iis, N. Mex. Kappa Delta Pi, Zoology Club, Carnall-Hall Governing Board '27. Page r Mmm. Ilmvums l"ayarAew'!1e B. A. Norms j. Mclimnic Marxlmll li. S. A. Alpha Zeta, Scabbarcl aucl Blade, Agricultural Club, A. D. A., Carlet Club, R. O. 'l'. C. Lieutenant. ANDREW Riwlsox Sul.1.lvAN'r li. S. A. Lllllllifll Theta Kappa Nu, Alpha Zeta Scabbarcl and lilarle, Agricultural Club, A. D. A., liclitor Arkansas Agriculturist '28, Chancellor Alpha Zeta '28, Caclet Captain '28. Mas. NlEI.l.lIi l'lll.l. llnrulin B. A. Skull ancl Torch, Kappa Delta P, Graduate Student. ANN T. JOHNSON For! Smilh B. A. Pi Beta Phi, Pi Kappa. XVAL'rl5R F1N1.1ax' .lolmxmi B. S. li. jouu W. Rlcllixunsorw Wfzrrmz B. C. IE. Phi Nu lita, A. S. C. li., G. li. S., Delta Psi, Football '25, '26, Seab- barcl and Blade. jonrv lVlA'r'r1mWsoN S'l'A'l'lES li. A. Jrma.vlwl'n 'l'ri lita. jew DUNATIIAN lioomevillc B. S. li. Law Club, Who's Who '27, '28, "A" Club, liaseball '26, '27, '28, Football '26, '27, Sigma Nu llouse. lflIGIiNlE li. STIEVIENSUN Alma: B. S. li. Kappa Sigma, Freshman Football and Track '25, Varsity Football '28 at University of Alabama, Ram- nier-Jammer Stall, Y. C. A. Cabinet, at Arkansas Teachers Col- lege '26, Football, Track, "'l"' Association, Annual Stall, Sphinx, Who's Who. I age .U GERALD SToUGn Fort .5'm1'll1 B. C. li. Sigma Nu, Theta Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Blue Key, Editor Arkansas Engi- neer '28, Engineers' Day, Executive Committee, A. S. C. E. MiNia'r'r1a Russ llauslou, Texas IS. A. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Geology Club, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A. IvA Nlma Cmammlak Gentry B. H. E. Phi Mu, Home Economies Club. I .EWIS DAl,'1'oN PUCILIIUIINIS B. A. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, A. B. C. President '26, Who's Who '27. Cmnn M. Pnn.l.ws Dallas, Texas B. A. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Rho, Periclean, Y. M. C. A., Clee Club '23, '24, Chairman Senior Play Committee. FRANCES CR UTCHER ,Pine 13l1g17' B. A. Chi Omega, Pi Kappa, XV. A. A. President '28, Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet '27, Rootin' Rubes Vice-President '28, Campus Leaders '28, Who's NVho '27, Vice-President junior Class '27, Vigilance Committee '27. EVA CooN Muskogee, Okla. B. A. Delta Beta, Rootin' Rubes, Y. NV. C. A. Cabinet '28, W. A. A., Vigi- lance Committee '27, XVoman's League. Giaxic llixmmuc For! Smith B. A. Kappa Sigma. C. B. lVlCARTI-IUR Morrilllmz B. A. Scabbard and Blade, Tau Kappa Alpha, Varsity Debate '26. VIQRNA Huomss Monlicello B. S. ll. E. Home Economics Club. Page 54 XVILLIAM R. l'lORSFAl.L Monlioello B. S. A. Alpha Zeta '27, '28, Agricultural Club '25, '26, A. D. A. '25, '26, '27, '28, Staff Arkansas Agriculturist '26, '27, '28, Zoology Club '26, PAUL V. I-I01zToN Arkrulelplmio B. S. E. JAMES lVlCfiIl.L l'lOHAR'l' Ifoyellevillv B. A. Sigma Chi, Scabbarcl and Blade, Math. Club, R. O. 'l'. C., Color Sergeant '25, '26, Second Lieutenant '26, '27, Captain '27, '28. XV. l.. Coxsliv Green Forex! B. A. RICHARD MLLBURN lfayellcville 'B. S. Ii. HOWARD E. MAXXVELI. Monlicello B. S. A. Jom: P. YVIIITE l"oyfllew'l1a B. E. li. A. I. E. li. EUGIQNE B. Sromss Iluuiplzrey B. C. E. Sigma Nu, Delta Psi, G. IQ. S., Secretary '28. I.EFF1sL G12N'r1w Hopi' B. A. Glee Club '24, '25, Treasurer '26, Debating Team, Law Club. Polzmia J. Byun Pallerxori B F F ..1.4. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Xi Delta Psi, Delta Psi, Marble Arch, A. B. C., A. I. E. li., G. E. S., Business Manager Arkansas Engi- neer, Dormitory Council, Campus Leaders '28. Page 55 ,,v., .. fi 1 f I ' ' ' ,f.1 PAUL Kms lfayeuavillc B. S. li. Theta Kappa Nu, Varsity Basket Ball '28. lflmxk II. SM1'1'u Conway I3. A. Wu.1.mM ll. MANN, ju. Lillie Rock H. li. li. A. l. li. IC. President '28. A. li. llUllIiARD .Szflmun Sprixzgs B. M. E. Kappa Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Theta Tau, A. S. M. li., Engineers' lYho's XYho '28. lVlARvlN li. CS1c'r'1'1.1c Slzrltgarl B. S. B. A. Theta Upsilon Omega, Commerce Club, Tri lita. Rolslslu' Pvla IC! Dorado I3. A. Kappa Alpha, A. B. C. Rox' R. SUl.I.lvAN Ilarrfx li. A. Skull and Torch, Math. Club, Psi Chi, Secretary '26, '27, Y. M. C. A., Writers' Club. joux A. A'1'KlNsoN lizrrrymflla li, S. li. Seabbard and Blade, Glee Club '24, '26, Track '27. N1cr.soN H. SAULER Van Buren B. A. Sigma Alpha lipsilon, Inter- lfraternity Council, "A" Club, Football '2S. SAMMIIC Rossou l'ar-ix B. E. li. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Nu lita, Scabbard and Blade, President Cadet Club '28, Student Senate '28, Cadet Major '28, Football '26, '27, Baseball '26, Page 56 TIIEA 'Foxx' SPI'I'ZBliRG Lzlll: Rock B. IE. lu. Tau B1-ta Pi Vice-President '28, Seah- lxard and Blade. Theta Tau, Arkansls Boosters' Club, Vice-President '28, Phi Nu Eta, Blackfriars, Menorah Society President '28, Cadet Colonel, XVhn's XVlm '27, '28, NVho's Who in Enginuerim: '28, Razorback Staff '26, Managing Editor Arkansas Engineer '28, R. O. T. C. Rifle Team '27, '28, IJQ-legatu tn Tau Beta Pi Convention '27. ll. K. S'l'13i2l.lc lJI'QlN!f7lf B. Ch. li. Lambda Chi Alpha, Gamma Chi, "A" Club, Basket Ball, Freshmen '24, Varsity '25, '26, Captain '27, Who's Who '27. Wm. F. l3RliMIfllCl.lJ Heber .S'pring.v B. B. A. Kappa Tau Pi, Alpha Kappa Rho, Xi Delta Psi, Connneree Club, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet '26, Cadet Staff, Captain '27. jonN Il. A'1l'Nll'l"l' Rvgrrx B. S. li. Kappa Tau Pi, Y. Nl. C. A. Cl.1N'l'oN W. iioon Cl?7llL'l'fUll B. S. li. Rleuaun Iflonnias llmilin, 7'f'.v. B. B. A. Commerce Club, Annisox I.. WALL 1'lItll'f!lllH'l B. A. ' Phi Mu Alpha Treasurer '27, President '28, Kappa Kappa Psi President '28, National Viee-Presi- dent, A. B. C., Zoology Club, Band Student Director '26, '28, Director '28, Manager of Uniform Campaign '28, Vigilance Committee '28, Who's Who '28. Nun. B. Ixczizm 1"0l'fSI7l'illl B. C. li. General Engineering Society. Ricicvias 'fniuurxic l"ayszl:'viZle B. li. Ii. CuAlu.14:s B. DlCXVI'l"l' Gvnlry B. A. W. B. llu.i. Slzrltgart B. S. A. Federal Club, Agricultural Club, A. O. A. jun Cowona Dfmzffll: B. A. A. D. A., Agricultural Club, Foot- ball '26, 27, 28, Iraelc '26, '27, I "A" Club. Pate 57 I-vumn'r uv I. H. Ifncm Page 58 A., 45" 1 5 1 ,2 3 3' :U - 5 K BNQQ-'A fs.. , ..A ,. , mwrwlllkvlwglm f4ll!M1llMNW ? mm ,,. f ' 1 15 U.: v. , . -5 -J X , pi, D . . . . 65 x I 52- ss, V'-1 Q , View X x ' x " f - ix Q00 423 Nam fgirbw UAH' union jnmion citfiss ..,... .,.... ....,,.,......,...,,... . ...., . ..... .. ,.,E4Q,-5.1 6gA'vI'gi3,.,.,qfQp. .,,.....,..,,,.,.. ..,,.,,. . V I we ..... .,,,.,.,,., ..,,..... . 2 3 ,.,,..,...A - ...,.... , xxx" OFFICERS f'llARl.lES Fiu1cRsoN . President Fizixxcics CRUTLTIIICR . . Vice-President lfimxk lVlC'BRlI'JlE . . Secretary-Treasurcf' CnA1c1.1cs Fiuiauson Prcsirlmzl lf, of the flass of '20, have furnished our quota of athletes, social hounds, students, and activity fiends. For this we claim no distinction. Other classes have done the same. However, we are proud that in '24, when the upperclassmen refused to take us on the annual Freshman hike, we took the upperclassmen, thus preserving inviolate' an ancient custom. The same year saw our football team undefeated and our track team beat the varsity team three times. Vile have llunked in classrooms, criticized the administration, gloried in our new buildings, and bewailed, have all before us, that Freshmen can be no longer controlled. Xlie have sweltered under a broiling sun on the drill field, and on the same field, when the moon peeped over Mt. Sequoyah-a friendly, glowingmoon-we have whispered words of love. We have thrust our shivering bodies into the bitter cold north wind that sweeps across the campus on winter mornings and lolled on the grass watching the young leaves flutter in the spring breeze and the white clouds drift past distant mountains. VVe have "politiced," gold-dug, and gossiped. We have had our time of high carnival, of sorrow. We have' made our lasting friendships and fleeting loves. Our minds are stored with happy memories and, we hope, with useful knowledge. For three years we have drunk deeply of University life and are thankful that there is yet another year in which to drain the dregs, for we love it. Page 60 X .1,. l Ny U- 1 4 I I -ir' i 1. 44 1 . .V ' ..., .vii f .ff .r f". H, . mfr, iw lf elf '11, . ,ii i-fu.. we , . ., -QW Pl l il ' r ,. w all WE .iii Rl? .E .Alfa 'iw 1 .1 flsz '11 343 'ffl viii .vi ii ' ,I ,.. f nl' i ..,.:A.?:5.-:fi ' MT" Hifiifi u Tin- .l'f'HIfUf'f?!!'1'.!'I 'f?"'71?f' .L A' A 'A P: rg. Li. . ...iw 1.4,-,V,.,,, M... wm.Mv--mia...-.......-. J.. MAl3I,Ii CLAIRE Gow Fayeliewfllv . Blackfriars, Traveler Staff '27, '28, Pi Kappa. FRANK McBR1pE .Smllgarl Sigma Chi, Tri Eta, Alpha Kappa Rho '28, Razorback Staff, Owl and Triangle, Blue Key, Commerce Club. . .T. llAmmN l'lUMl'l-IRICYS, JR. Lillie Rock Kappa Sigma. jovcis l'lA'l'CHER Jonesboro Y. W. C. A., W. A. A. RACH EL W1LsoN flflcmgum, Olela. Delta Delta Delta, Y. XV. C. A., Women's League. S'I'El'l-IEN ARNOLD C1sL1LR, JR. U01 Springs F RED fiILES Lillie Rock Sigma Chi, lilackfriars, Com- merce Club. T1-IELMA A'rKlNs Van Buren' A Chi Omega, NV. A. A., VVomen's League. KA'1'HIiYN Rlussiz DAL'l'l'JN For! Smillz Pi Beta Phi, Y. W. C. A., Wom- en's League. PAUL SHAW For! Smiftli , Theta Kappa Nu. C1-iARL1as FR1eRsoN .lonesborn V ' Kappa Sigma, A. B. C., President Junior Class, Track '27, '28, Cap- tain Freshman Track, "A" Club, Student Senate, Rifle Team '25, '26, '27, Vigilance Committee '26, '27, Campus Leaders, Interfra- , ternity Council. MARY LILLIAN MCRAIC Hope 1 Chi Omega. , l Page 61 MACIE H ARKEY Russellville Pi Kappa Alpha, A. B. C. Club, Zoology Club, Blue Key. I.oU1sE JANE KIGHT Malvern Tri Delta, Blackfriars. TI-IELMA PARKER Fayetteville Pi Beta Phi, Home EC. Club, Choral Club. CHARLES I'I. VAN SANT Okmalgee, Okla. Kappa Sigma, Phi Mu Alpha, Alpha Kappa Rho, Inter-Fraternity Council. MIELVIN L. INGELS Fort Smith ADIELAIDE GRAHAM Waxahachie, Texas Zeta Tau Alpha. AMELIA ANN BEMIS Prescott Chi Omega. JAMES C. BABCOCK Fayetteville Theta Kappa Nu. ERNEST S'rRoun Jonesboro MARGARET EVINS Fayetteville Home EC. Club. ELIZAlll'I'l'II MCl.EOIJ Pine Blog Pi Beta Phi, Lambda Tau, Poetry Club, Panhellenic. ALLAN W. APPLEGATE Little Rock Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Phi, Glee Club, Assistant Track Coach, A. B., Vanderbilt University. Page 62 Loulslz CHAl'l'I.li Lillie Rock Delta Beta, Sigma Alpha Iota. CECIL S. CAMP Slultgarl Lambda Chi Alpha, Delta Psi, A. S. C. If.. CASS ADAMS llurdrmellc Kappa Alpha. CLARA E. ARCI-mn Fort Smith Phi Mu. V1c'roR1A SWAIM linglanrl Phi Mu, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Women's League. J. KENNETH CHAMBERS Bauxile Alpha Kappa Rho, Glee Club. CALVIN W. Bizmau. FRANCES TRICE Pi Beta Phi. Emu CLARK Bum. '1'HoM1'soN A. D. A. HIRAM U. Foium l-lI.A A1.L1zG1sR Lambda Tau. Page 63 A Lounke Puragould Ifaycllcville Jonesboro C11 we C ity Rogers ' 1 1 JIMNIIE Colmux' Fayellezfllr ' Pi Kappa Alpha. PHAR1. l.0lIl5E S'rlcwAR'r England I l, "ll Phi Mu, XV. A. A., XVUINCIIVS . li League. ,fl . J' L6 ,l rx .i fl li G1s1zAl.p1Nia l.l'1WlS Strong Y Tri Delta. il 2 SMITH REED Fort SHIHII fl, Lamhcla Chi.. gif gi JOHN P. hlVII.'l'SllIRlE Warren Pi Kappa Alpha, Razorback ll' Stall, A. B. C., Tri Eta, Kappa fll Kappa Psi. ill '1 FANNIE RUTH 'I'HoMAs W uxrz lmcliiv, Texas 5 . 4 Zeta 'l'au Alpha. M.ARuA1u5T DAGGICTI' Marifmmz . Pi Beta Phi, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A. Rcmiawr KANE Fayeltwillv Lamhcla Chi Alpha, Alpha Kappa l Rho, ll. of A. Band. Y l CLAUDE M. 'I'1uMm.1a Berryvillr S Theta Kappa Nu, Tri lita, Bas- i lcet Ball, Baseball. fy. ,,. RUTH Dowuu. lmyellez'-1'llc Presirlent llome EC. Clulm, Y. XY. 7, C. A. Cabinet. I gfl :" li , ,. lk ll' lfl la! CI-IRISTINE SIIANKLE Camden Chi Omega. W R. czlamuv Norm Litllc Rm lif ll . ,. 5 . N. Pugu 64 MARGAIUL1' Dles jmunx Grady VV. A. A., Women's League. JAMES A. Fume Vurnvr Sigma Nu, Tri lita, A. IS. C., Commerce Club. I-lauoum C. Iaemisu Liltlv Rock Alpha Lambda Tau, Theta Tau, A. l. li. li., A. B. C. l'lAl.AVIli S1-ILLMAN l,flI'llg0IlIl1 Delta Delta Delta. Rixcmcl, lifxceus Carlisle 1 Sigma Alpha Iota. Tniaopokls IQIMIES Van Burvn Lambda Chi Alpha, Glee Club '26, '27, Cloonmfm S. Iilmxcu Nnrlll Lilllv Rock Kappa Sigma, Scabbarcl and Blade, Cilee Club. Fuimcics Rm'Nol.ns lf'ayrlle1'iIlf Chi Omega, XV. A. A., Women's League. IWARY Ivlixum, jonxsox - Wulnnl Ridge Home Economics Club, Agricul- turist Staff '28, A. D. A., VV. A. A. JOHN A. SKll.1,lcRN l"uyellvw'll1' Kappa Kappa Psi, liancl, Uni- versity Orchestra '28. Blain' CARl'l5N'l'l6R Puragnuld Pi Kappa Alpha. V Faux WA'rsoN lfayvllm-ille Delta Delta Delta. Page 65 R. W. IQIMBRELL Hot Springs lfI.IZAliE'1'lI MCICNIGIIT Zeta Tau Alpha. Temple, Texax EMMA Sco'r'r Lillie Rosle Carnull Hall Governing Board '28, Secretary '27, Lambcla Tau President '28, Psi Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet '27, '28, CLox'n D. WALDRUN Ilultig Phi Mu Alpha, Band '27, '28, Track '27, '28, A. S. M. li. WILLIAM II. TRICIE Paragould Sigma Chi, Blacklrizlrs. lVllil.LE Sicw1cLL El Dorado Home lic. Club, A. D. A. VIDA BAuN1zs Batesville Y. XV. C. A., Women's League. BOLIN CLARK Ven Buren Lambdzl Chi Alpha, Zoology Club. FLoiusNc1c LOGAN Chi Omega. A. J. NVALLS JOHNNIE Foulzlsswn CAROLINE DUNN Chi Omega. Prescolt Englaml Waldron Fayelleville Page 66 SARA l'IAx'NEs illvrccflvs, Texas Zeta Tau Alpha. M AX Buoolcs Malvern Pi Kappa Alpha, Tri lfta, Theta Theta Tau, Press Club, Scabbard and Blade, Blue Key, Razorback Stah' '26, '27, Editor of Razorback '28, Vigilance Committee '28. lingi- neering Wl1o's VVho '28, Campus Leaders '28, JOHN li. STAIR Lillie Rock Kappa Kappa Psi, U. of A. Band. CLEO l.lENA Cox Ifayellfevillu l,.ll.l.lli CoLlaMAN Strong Home lic. Club, A. D. A., XV. A. A. PAUL A. TAYLOR Pimr Bluff' Alpha Zeta, Agricultural Club. VVILLIAM J. MCCLUNG Morrilltou Theta Kappa Nu, Phi Mu Alpha, Agricultural Club, A. D. A., Glee Club '26, '27, '28, Varsity Quartet '27, Vigilance Committee '27, Fresh- man Baseball '26, Panhellenic '28, NIARY BURTON Fa.yt'lle'uil!c NIAucAu1s'r BRODIE Van Buren Chi Omega, Rootin' Rubes, ju- nior Representative in Student Sen- ate. JACK R. Muiujnx' Jmzction City Sigma Nu, Commerce Club, A. B. C. Scabbard and Blade. GUY E. KIRKLEY Grady Phi Nu Eta, A. I. li. li. RUTH RUIJOLPH 1"uyvllzz2'1Tllc Page 67 ULfc7.f'f'm'-5,725 'A 7.7 5.31229 c'f '7""f ..uLqf7'.Ai.l:... 'ff' X . 1- . W-.nw ,n..:,-i..:1.u.,U..r..1.,: f., U wi:-y, y -, if , . I-IENRV ENGIQLS liizovuas Farmington Writers' Club. VERA WILSON Jackson, Miss. PAULINE Com' Fayetteville joi-:N I.. S'rARN1ss Sl. Louis, Mo. Kappa Kappa Psi, Gamma Chi, U. of A. Band. JAMES P. FONDREN Kenselt Football '28, Baseball '27, '28. i':I.OISli M. S'1'ANIfoRn Ilnralia RUTH IJEARCE Magnolia Carnall Hall Governing Board '27, '28, W. A. A. '26, '27, '28, lrVinning Hockey Team '27, '28, I-lead of Tennis '27, Head of Base- ball '28, Home Ec. Club '26, '27, '28, Y. W. C. A. '26, '27, A. D. A. '26, '27, '28, Associate Editor ol' Arkansas Agriculturist '28, JAMES J. KANE Fayelleville Lambda Chi Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, U. of A. liancl. HARo1.b D. EIpsoN CtWIlt'7'Z'1-UU Theta Kappa Nu, Zoology Club. ANITA BROWN Far! Smith INEZ CAul.1s1.ic Fayelteville Sigma Alpha lota. Tnoivms ll. Aunoun Springdale x Page 66 Avlsluaul. Woonuumf Rnvuonns 1.171112 Rock Secretary Zoology Club '27, '28, Presiclent Poetry Club '27, '28, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A. IRA Rmsn Iiuimwlcs S141 plmr Spr ings Ii. W. flRUMl.il.lCS Pina Bluff l.Ltc:Il.l,n l'IlENliliS'l' lfayfftlcville V 1c1.MA lVlCCONNlEl.L Ifnrl Smfllz Sigma Alpha lota, Glee Club. CIIICSTIER Ron1NsoN Nr-wfmrl 1928 Razorback Stall'. jmuns Ylxluslmucal Furl Smillz Pi Kappa Alpha. NELLIQ CAsT1.icls1cRuv .Ima-slmrn Treasurer Carnall llall Governing lioarcl '28, Y. W. C. A. Dolus VVllI'l"l'lNli'l'0N lil llnrmln W. A. A., Home lic. Club, A. D. A. Rox' IE. WHITE Fnrl Smiilz. Theta Kappa Nu, Tau Kappa Alpha, Xi Delta Psi, Blue Key, Business Manager '28 Razorback, Debate, lVIen's Dormitory Council, Owl aucl Triangle, Varsity Track '27, Interfraternity Council, Cam- pus Leaders '28, IiRN15s'r R. llnxnnusox I1un1pl1rvy A. S. C. li. LA Vlcuxlc STEP1' llaawillv Tri Delta. I nge 69 FRANK R. SMITH ORPHA BAUER Fayetteville Siloam Springs MABEL BICKERs'1'A1f1f Moro Home lic. Club rotary '28, A. D. Head of Tennis '26, '27, '26, '27, '28, sec- A. '26, '27, '28, A. A. '27, '28, Treasurer '28, W. '28, Y. VV. C. A. MARVIN LAWSON Imlmden I-IORACE KIQEGIEL Fort Smith Sigma Nu. ORA HANRS Johnson EL1zA1sE'rH FALLS Fayetteville Delta Delta Delta, Panhellenic Representative. FRED PATTON Alma Lambda Chi. JOHN H. MILLEIC McCrory Xi Delta Psi, A. D. A. FRANCIS COLLIER Fayetteville MAUDINE COLEMAN Little Rock Tl-IAD W. ROWDEN , JR. North Little Rock Page 70 M ARY E. YVISEMAN tlflf:Gel11'c Delta lieta. HUGH B. CARRUTII Nasltvittr A. I. E. E. HUDSON WREN Prwxcott Kappa Sigma, Tri Iita, A. D. A., Alpha Zeta. NIARGAREI' WH1'1"rx' If'ftycttew7tte Delta Beta, Women's Panhellenicf Rootin' Ruhes. M. AGNEW Sltaivazee, Okta. Blackfriars. JIM R. STEPHENS Crosse!! Tri Eta, Theta Tau, A. S. C. E. EUGENE W. I.A1vusER'r Augusta Xi Delta Psi, A. B. C., Varsity "A" Club, Campus Leaders. GRACE UPCHURCH Fort Smith Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary '27, '28, W. A. A., Women's League. FRANCES GRAY Fayetteville ERNEST H. ECKi.ER Ilnt Springs ALLEN VERNON TULLER 1f'izyettewTtle Delta Phi Alpha, Captain Rille Team '27, '28, Mu.nREn MARIE PENIX Lead Hill Page 71 I '01, r FRANK Pmsnflclz Darzlanelle Alpha Zeta, Agricultural Cluh. l':V1:1l.YN l-AMll Hot Springs Delta Beta, Lamlxla Tau, Psi Chi, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A., Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Secretary ol l.amhcla Tau. NIILDRED GA'rl.1xcs Bearflen Chi Omega. JAMES liASSli'l"l' Iloxie C, F. Co'r'r1cN Benton Psi Chi. DoRo'1'Hx' l.. DAVlS Little Rock Delta Beta, Sigma Alpha Iota. Auclc STANFORD Fayetteville A. D. A. Home lic. Club, W. A. A. JAMES R. lioswml. Uot Springs Al,lilZR'l' XVADE fiRAY Fayetteville KARQ PAULA MQRLEY Fort Smith GEORGIA EVANS Fayetteville Llawxs Cox Fayetteville Page 72 4 ,I I-I f li vs Y .fx ELIZABETH D. ELLIS Faycllcville Chi Omega, Sigma Alpha Iota, LaIIIlJda Tau. DAVID FINLEY, JR. Hope Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha, A. B. C. Club, Commerce Club, Glee Club '25, lEIn'IzIzsoN Dow Rogers Theta Kappa Nu. Blue Key. MAIQJORIIE S'I'I5IfIIIaNs Fayetteville Home EC. Club. BLANCI-III SMITH l"rcder'1'cle, Olela. Kappa Kappa Gamnia, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A., Womcn's League. l5MIIIIa'r'r j. MCCI.IIsIcIav For! Smilh jmxalcs RIIssIzI.I, Bfvrlss Fayeltmiillfe CIIIzIs'I'INIc H ILNIIIIIX Gilllmm Sigma Alpha Iota, XV. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Rontin' Rubcs, Secre- tary Carnall llall Governing Board, Treasurer NV. A. A. ANNAIIIQI. AI.I.IaN Fayellevflle Zeta Tau Alpha, lilackfriars, Rootin' Rubes, Glec Club '25, Y. W. C. A. . W. N. GIzN'I'IIv ' For! Smfllz G. NIAIJIJEN JONES Fayellcville VVriters' Club, Assistant in Ro- mance l.ZlllglIilgCS. Page 73 I HIzI.IsN GUINN II1mt.vz'illI: Phi Mu. I LOUIS P1LR1uI.L Ifaycllevillo Sigma Chi, A. B. C. IVIILDRIQD RANKIN Rizsxellvillc Zeta Tau Alpha. MAXINTE MCCA'I'HIsRINE Fzzyrctlevillo Pi Kappa, lilaclclriars, Traveler Staff '28. DI5N'I'oN Biuzwma Sl. Joseph, La. Sigma Phi Epsilon, A. B. C., Interfraternity Council. A. D. MCGUIRE Prescott Theta Kappa Nu, Xi Delta Psi, Track '27, '28. MARY RIPLEY Fayetteville Chi Omega, Lamhcla Tau, Y. W. C. A., NVoIIIcn's League. ALICE CARMEN CRU'rcI-mu Springdale W ILLIAM ELLIS Texarkana OLIVER ADAMS Springdale Alpha Zeta, PhiVNu Eta, Agri- cultural Club. NELI. VVALLACE KEI.I.X' Horner, La. Pi Beta Phi. MARTHA EI.IzAIsE'rH MOORE Rogers Pi Beta Phi, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. J. L. ROSILNCIQANTZ, Ju. Stullgart Page 74 josmal-11 AR'r11UR RAYNER Norllz Lillie Rook Pi Kappa Alpha, A Club, Pros. '28, Varsity Baseball '27, '28, Captain '2S. lVlAIDGIC CUR'r1s l"rzyullmfill1r Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Kappa. W. A. A. NE1.nA 1-IICKMAN lla! .5'pr'ings Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Kappa, Lamlxla Tau. IJIEAN W. BLACIQBURN Clark.wz'l!a J. D. BANKS Grrzwllz' EVA CARRUTH Fayellevillv DOROTHY MAE LONG SjJr'i11ga'aZc' Zeta Tau Alpha, Math Club, Y. W. C. A. EDWVARD T. BU1z'1'oN McCrory JEFF BANKS Jolmson ANNE Moolua S17Iarz.m Springs MARY BURTON I"ayvltcville HENRY BURKE Fayelleville Page 7 5 Hon RIQAGAN Danville CUI.msR'i' NICHOLS Cave Cily Arvroxn E. liumsizc Dardzmclle "A" Club, A. D. A. NIAURICE Koiu5N1s1.A'1' Nnrllz Lillie Rock A. I. li. li. Rm' l'RUlT'1' Russellville Rlxlmu Illllmaculaiz Ilol .Sprlngx Kiwi' Kiaunv Llllle Rock Lambda Chi, Varsity Football '28, Interfraternity Council, Seab- barcl and Blade. AR'I'llUR l lA1.1s Fu.yellew'lle Kappa Alpha, Varsity Basket Hall '28, Alpha Chi Sigma. Cimkuss XVARRINIER Pine 13l1l1i' Kappa Sigma. RM' Iflonnuooic Ilflnlinglon Lambda Chi Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha. W. H. CoNNm.i., ju. Ilol Springs Cl.AiucNc:1a llU'rsoN Carlisle Tri Eta, Commerce Club. Y Page 76 l l ff ' "'5'wJ 'Tile' R:T1L1OVI9GeClI f 1,192.9 Q1fn5ui?f7Tl"74f x ,E :T7m1T.,.W....i-R A---A.-- ,L-exam!-...f.::.1.::-A--, .xT........,.f1:-,f-...a...f,,,:f-- v-A--f-1-R-mmwmwvw-nhwwmwu--W-I-wvyy. Q11 I " , iff . , , . . ,Q , A . .rr A X. , 1 ,l Q ' 'gg A JOE W. Rmb Delight r A Pi Kappa Alpha. r 4. VAN C. BINNS Monliccllo V '- . f. ,fat R. STATON Kmzsrzx Cily, Mo. .f Romslvr BOWMAN Rogers Tau Beta Pi, Delta Psi, Xi Delta sf, Psi, Scabbard and Blade. .13- ll' li, . if CLYDE R. BENnRoo1c Fuyellevillv REX IfILLIIiREW Lexlie Hi? Theta Kappa Nu, Scabhard and Eff Blade, Commerce Clulm. vl E1 'lf 123 if? .fl DORWIN CALDWELL Fuyelleville .viii --5' Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Mu 'A Alpha, Gamma Chi, Band. -ll? J. D. ELDRIDGE Liltle Rock Kappa Sigma. .11 42. 'W 12 lg, GLEN I-I. B1u'AN'r Jonesboro 'SEI W. O. ARNOLD Prescoll pl if Q Kappa Sigma, A. IS. C. Q ll. f , :if lf ' . 74' l .4-7 l 'l . Q3 WIl,l.IAM A. SENSINL: Fayetteville , tl i Q JAMES F. RAINS Jonesboro , , , K A. D. A. 3, LH fgfv, K . Hfwv.-nwnf. Page 77 JIM MCKIQNZIE Theta Kappa Nu, Wmmiax LENEIIAN Tau Beta Pi. lIAR'rs1c1.L BASIIAM Pi Kappa Alpha. RICHARD NIILLER G a Hot Springs mma Chi. Dc Wifi Clarlesvil 11: I"ayetlcv'ille Sigma Nu, Scabbartl and Blade, Varsity Football '27, FLOYD C. KN1GHT Far! Smith Tau Beta Pi, Math. Club. l-Imuw Woouluufiv Rogers Alpha Zeta, Phi Nu Eta, Agri- cultural Club. WORTH l IORTUN Kappa Sigma, Delta C. IL. I-IisNmux Bum. Rosie Mcnlz Phi Alpha. Gilllmm Springdale Tau Kappa Alpha, Varsity De- bate '26, '27, '28, President Fresh- man Class '26, Dovuc FULMER Little Rock "A" Club, Varsity Baseball '27, '28, EARL VVIIITING Arkansas Post Theta Kappa Nu, Alpha Zeta, A. D. A. Mlsums Woons Iluntinglon lfamhcla Chi Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi. Page 78 IQENNETII SAGER Rogers ARTHUR B. CALDWELL Little Rock Theta Kappa Nu, Phi Mu Alpha, Xi Delta Psi, Geology Club, Glee Club, A. B. C. GAYLE Jrxcusox Von Bnren A. I. E. E., Rifle Team '25, '26. ELMER T1i'l'RICIC Pea Ridge LLOYD POND Fayetteville A. I. E. E., G. E. S., Rifle Team, Arkansas Engineer Staff '28, Theta Tau. ERNEST D. CRENSHAW Dermott Sigma Nu, Scabbarcl and Blade, Panhellenic, Cadet Major '28, HCJMIZR FULLER Eureka Springs Pi Kappa Alpha. MYRLE DAVIS Camden Sigma Nu, Zoology Club. JEWELL W. PRINCE Camden THOMAS W. BLAKELY Prescott JAMES PA'r1uc1c Jonesboro WALTER DAILEV Emerson Page 79 1-Ynrulrr ln' J. il. l"n:1.v Page N0 opgfzomovepg SOJPHOMURIE - CLASS O ..........s ...... ..... ...... -...?q?a..'g tggttaafaft .....,,...... .,...,. 90, .,.., 7aLL.,....-. OFFICERS PoR'r1cR GRACE - .... President i BERNAL SEAMSTER . Vice-President F1.oURNov PRICE . . Secretary ' CnAR1.1ss RYAN . Treasurer PORTER GRACE President HE wise and sophisticated Sophomores have finished their hlase careers, and are well on their way to bigger and better things-namely, to be dignified Juniors. Our burn-out dance was also a knockout, and even our rival friends, the Juniors and Seniors, will have to admit that it takes Freshmen and Sophomores to put on things-and how! In athletics the Sophomore class is well represented by Schoonover, Hall, Van Sickle, Carhough, Geis, Armstrong, Treis, Gardner, Moore, Trimble, Pruitt, and Douglas. A V I drink a toast to the Sophonaores, The digntjied, blase Sophornoresg lllay they ever be As it seemed to one, As I stood at the foot of the college, That I had all the knowledge That was coming to rne ever, And that we could never, oh never, Be only less wise than a Sophomore- A dign1j'ie1l, blase Sophomore. Page 82 l MAIQTHA NORTON Pina Bluff JACK BI.v'1'HIc Fordyce HARRISON HAI.Is, JR. Fayvtlevilla PAULINIQ RoGIaRs Camden NITA I-hiss Efurclcrl Sf1l'I.IZgS W. P. NVIIALEY Lillie Rock PIIII,I.II' C. Ymas Van Buren VIRGINIA SI-IIQWMARIE England LUcII.Is Musla Narlh LITHII' Rosle WII.I.IAAI MI2I.'I'oN Yellwilla' CI-IARLES H. RI2IssI4: Fl. SII11fllI MARIIA Rm' F oRIaIe Dallas, Twxas Page S3 .. , .,. v 1 lr- ' v V I I I . D 6 S. Q1 4. x 1 A 1 .4 .. , il 5 X E L. 1. f f f rl-1 4. Q fm olya ff".: "rw A ...URL ' 1' tw ,l-.ffftfh N15 I ,P ...w Uv . .1 a 1 ,...1.fv' n Q, BAXTER BILLINGSLY V Melbourne JOSEPHINIE BARRls'r'r F1.oRlcNc:lc CROWSON ' Little Rock 5 L. LAMAR SHARP Fayetteville MAliY JACKSON Marianna B. FORREST Um, l - r.. Fayetteville HARLIIE j. DAMPF Marshall A D. E. DODSON Ft. Smith NIARIE HAMES Fayetteville MAIQV HA'r1fuar.n Paragould ALLAN DOWELI, Fayetteville IQATHERINE MCGAUGH Decatur New York, N. Y. Page 54 -ts.t....., ...faq ps: . 1 ft' Nl H lil. :lr EI lf fzff . . . ,M 'Yi3 lt' yr ,X-. 3, .fl f' ,H 1, aff ,., 17' IT' ith. :Q 1. ig., All 1.11 Lx!! :gg 15. gig, if tr Air. ,it fi ll! 35.1 ii 33:5 :V llfl 'ALJ ill All Eli. 3 ...Y 'AT' , M 11 A M. 'if ff' 4, ,.. ,'V'. 'fm I L. . al lx U sf' 3 in . I5'rmaL IQASLEY Lillie Rock RALPH BRADLIQY Fort Smith IEMMIUV1' Doss Crosse!! RUTH ELLIS Faycltezdllv MAIi'l'HA lIA'rncucK Iffzycllclffllc I-IAI, IJOUGLAS Bt'llf01lZJI.Ht' Polmau GRACE Lillie Rock l'Io1.1,ANn Pmkclc Magnolia l,lI.I.lAN Scu'r'r Furl Slilffllr D. A. Human Weiner JOHN Iv1ss'rl5R Russcllwllv MUIQIIEL Siu, Sprfngdalf' Page 85 J. MERRILL DAVIS Gentry GABRIELLA Fluzzo Springdale CATHERINE LEEPER Fayetteville ARTHUR FOWLER Ilunzphrey LAKE ALVIN GREENE Emerson HESTERLICHLYTER Johnson EDNA A. MILES Silomn Springs NIVEN D. MOIQGAN Magnolia WILLIAM ROGERS l'rrmze Grow f21iACE PA'I"rERsON Jusfncr, Mo. LENA BROWN PRUE'r'r Lead Hill MEANS WILKINSON Greenwoori Page 86 CAROLYN BAR'rL1c'rT Dallas, 'Fvxas RALPH E. CRIGLRR A Ima WARRIEN G. FURRY Van Buren Rum E. BRADY Siloam Springs MILDRED I-IENRY Paris I-IAMPTON I1ALSELL 1 A rkafllvlfallirz FRANK RUSSELL NICCONNIELI. . Fayzrlleville MARTHA MOKJRE Rogzfrx MILDRED MORRIS El Dorado JOHN NEWVSOINI Jqflnrsnn HENRY V. THOMPSON Litlle Rock LENA MAE OLIVER l"ayvlIct'ill1' Page 87 AI-A. , .,, 1 In I ,XIV 'f S f X 52 Q! rl Qi xi' 4. Sf, Ik' . Iva 4 1, fgrf ffm' II-3 '1 Q7- f I :4:5?lif f"Tf"1.Q3f51z3 CEM-ill' ,!'-Ke'?1fGl'fi4'Q1'!7 le f ul 9 5' H9'7wrl9f"-M Iv" 1:32 . :iff I.az.-emI.ww.w- II pw:-an wwwfm-vw--II. -1.-,-w:.--n--- 'Q x W A JEFF BANKS Johnson FRANCES BERRY Fayetteville I . I I ' MAVNIE DINNING Helena CLARENCE l'I. CIEIS Hayneswlle, La. GEO. IVAN GILMQRII Newport W . ' IDA I-IITI3 Frtyettewlle 3 1 LURA I-IUnsoN Hot Springs RoIsIzR'r GRIMMIsT'r Little Rock WIl.LlS MAli'1'IN Newport GRIITCIIIZN KOPERT Little Rock I ,I FRANCES MOUNTCAS'l'I.E X Fayettewlle . fi DONALD MORRISON Fayettewlle I ' A . 4 W .UN Lp A, 'jfqfff r 2 un' 'sw-:-:5mr0Iz:'rvrwv1IL-f1-my .-...,.,If.. ,. .W , 'VS-cw-.1wc'-wi-.m..v"um1r-xmwe:--- vw-,--,1w:s:'o.':'en'vs:n'I51"r:':T1Q:.:-C:.iP'm'.2aL'i'!.i-1.n:wzI::aIizx.-E1 Page 88 1 'J1I1'fJr', "I1fFf'r'fI'I"' . .I I f,f.. wt:-w,rvwf-,-1 svf'1v'v'r1:fvx:':I11rI:.ItI'rr'1'I2'l1lIrr'1z'I'u: "VY" "1 ' "W Ti' 77" 4 I i' I 'r' "'l1"'Y"' I M' "'If"I" vi' T" NT' 'VV "7 X Hfxzm, RANKIN N1 wpnrl jorm MCMANUS M Hskogcc, Oklzz jmm Clsumu Ilol Springs lluema N0l.1cN Fort Smillz CilclmnnlNIQLMCCQNNMJ, lfayelteville J. II. Elmv Ilol Springx Rolxlalvl' Mmuus Buoolis Lillie Rock V mm DRAKE Faycllezdllu Mfmjolula THOMPSON n Paragnulrl I WEAR SCIIOONOVER I'omlzonms I 9 1 J 'N Lmm CA'rL1a'r'r Darflzmvllc I1 B1aR'1'lf1A EISON For! S11H.NL Page 89 Romzwr WILLIS Pine Blnj Douomv NEWSOM Wynne Nomla SMALLEV Little Rock CLAUDIUS W. DWILEGINS Amity C. M. PECL: Fayetteville MARY GRAY Springdale ICLLEN Goomz Magnolia BEN SAXON Camden J. C. ALEXANDER Prairie Grove VIRGINIA IEDDY Hot .springs Dolus PIIILIJP5 Springdale F. L. MCDONALD Springdale Page 90 MAURINE I.1vlNGs'roN Ltttle Rock JAM IES KAYS Ifayvtttwlle FoRREs'r ANNHN Hot Sprittgs RUTH CAN'rRlcI.1. Fort Smith NIARY SCHILLING Stuttgart EDMOND NVATSON Fayvttezhflla ALFRED M Annox Paragoulzl MARY SCHUMAN Little Rock Humax Pmmus Little Rosle I.AwRENc1s Nrvmzu Little Rock CoUR'1'NEY XVALKER Ifuyvttevilte MAUDI2 Z. QQOLD Fayetteville' Page 91 ?. Y f 1 r .tv-.yc' f, I. ,, . 1 x5 J' V3 ' 1 J. P. BAKER Dardanelle ETHIEL LOUISE WAI.'l'ERS Springdale ELLA B. RAUCII Lincoln HOWARD S. CALDWELL Dierks FRIED CLARDY Malvern PANsv GAOE Fayetteville MARV PHARIS Bcrryzille SHIELDS CHARLTON Fayetteville JIM KENDRICK St. Paul ISADEL HINTON Texarkana EUNICE BARTON F ayctteville RALPH R. COOMER Ft. Smith. Page 92 .wr 1 n , ,1- I 4 f v ,, , 1 ,IH 1 F1.ouRNov PRICE Lilllc' Rock ICENTON K1'1'c1-1 Gmuusox 11'f1yf1mff11f Plcklu' DlAMAN'r Jomnvlzorn IfIIs1,lcN S'rRon1s Springzlalv MARc:I5Rl'1'la BURNS Crnnrlcn Vmmox Col.v1N West II4-lem: Noluus O'NEAL Hopf MAXINE Gmuuvr Ilzuzlxrillzf Mlnmuzn BURKE Marianna, FRANK A. VVRIGI-IT Dv Valls Bluff Eucumls H. XVILSON Ilarrisnu Hfxzlal. Ilzlsv Wesson Page 95 ,f 1 GILBERT CORNWELL Dardanelle I.1LL1AN CQREGSON Fayetteville EDITH GREGSON Fayetteville GILROY CORNWELL Darrlanelle THOMAS R. L0c1uz'r'r Camden CATHIERINE VVALKER Springdale MARY I-2. Mu.I.IARn Harrison FRED LEE West Helena A. B. TA'r1a Atkins' JIM IYIENDERSON Fort Smith DoRo'rHv HART Springdale LLOYD HAVS Fayetteville age Gxv1zNmmr.x'NGL:1NN Ilunlsvillc RALPH M. IWCNIEIL Rector Luo A. SHINN 1C1:.m'llz'i!lc I-l1c1.15N JOHNSON Lillie Rock KA'rHuR1N1a CuR'r1s lfnrl Smillz FRANK WA'rsoN Oklllitlgw, Olelrl. XVISNDELI. Pom: Fuyvtlm'z'l!u I1:lTNIClCAIiNAUlJ Alum-lt, Mo. RACHEL joxlas Frzyrttr-w'lla FRANK BUR'roN l"r1yvllz'z'1'l!1: XIVARD fjoomuAN Lilllc Rock LUIS B UlfNlC'l'T Fort Smillr Page 95 WVR 'yi ceq, 1 'EF' ? 1 -T -., -' ' E 3-Y. , ,ff-..k.., 'll' ' ' 1 1 1 ff f"1!f!1'. ' 1" 1 1.-1, -A-H.MW.. 1 ,,,.- 1 . 11, ,V1 ni CHARLES TREADWAY - Lillie Rack ALLIE MAE ADAMS Lillle Rock HLCNNIE DELL CROW Forl Smilh EDWIN ALEXANDER Pine Blnjf DAYTON MOORE Wulnul Ridge DA1sv PHILLIPS Camden HELEN MORGAN Camden CHARLES H. EARL Morrilllon EVERRET LINER Furl Smilh NAN BUFFINGTON Texarkana X ? G 1 Tulsa, Olela. CLYDE WHITE Slnllgarl 1 X 1 1 mf Page 96 W ,V I 111 N 11 DOROTHY MCBROOM ,ff ,mf it U 1 4 4 4 4 'S l 1 1 151 Q 1 J 1 A 111 1-1 "9 E .11 1 1 .1 .V ,s, 111 my ez! il Q11 14 4, '11 18 -4 iv' gf ,H ,i1 111 5, 1 1 -3 f r in If H ,fa if lg: I 41 11 4: ,1 . K lz 41' 11 fi l T A .1 ra ,. Q fi lx ra Q5 161 f , Q51 11 .Af 1 1 1 5 1 i f1L CF 21? 3 1 E 1 fi' Q51 11, n.,. , i A ' 1' P6 A. ..f.'.,Lf. wmv' 'af , lrrfr A I 41 ye 'KHP 74 s 'A Q , ,.1f KA'l'I'lERINlE CUR'rlss T For! Smith GARLAND BuExvs'rER Cane Ili!! M. 'l'ERRA1.l. Fuyetlezdllv FRANcHEl,l,E W,x1'soN Newport Mocco DUNN Lrgflein, 1l'exas W. H. Momus F07'fS11I'l'llI NIAURICE RUSSELL .Spr1'1z-gzlfzle RUBY PFAM? Van Buren Lois l'IAI.sELL Fayelleville EUGENE HILL Furl Smfllr JOHN BROWNING Page 97 Corsfcana, Texas ORPHA BABER Siloam Springs Q- An- ? . qw BRRNA1. D. SRAMSTER Fayetteville MARGUERITE OWNREY Fayetteville liv1cl.vN HALL Fayetteville OHMISR CLARK Paragaulrt ELMER MCCRIGHT Benton Sv1.v1A CARMICIIAEL Fayetteville RUTH Rmzvxas Warren R. I-I . I"H11.mscK Fayetteville RICHARD D15 LONG Van Buren MARGARET WALK UP Havana EL1zAu13'rH Gow1aR II ot Springs NORRIS POWELL Stuttgart Page 98 IQATIIRYN DISMBY lla! Springs W. C. RIGGINS IfVa!fla VICTOR B. Ilfuuus Fc1yvllc2'illz' NIARIIE l'. 'I'uwuA'r'r Fort .Smilh MARY SCIIILLING .Slullgurl EUGILNE lffxulmu .Springflulv CARL Romilws Wlrilcucr EUGENIA Ounm Pina Blfqff DOlilJ'1'llY BAHLAU Pine Bllql' jAM1ss L. BARKSIJAL15 13ly1l1cz'i!!a MARvI5LlzA1suT11 BAILEY Slrong Mmm' 1i,x1u.u l"ayvllc2.'il!1' Page 99 Cmmc VAN SICKLIE Elumnd Wmuusx li. Worm Monlicvlln JOHN T. Al.I.IsoN Furl S7lI1'l,I Ifllmxxlm MCIIANIEY Lillie Rock Krexxlrru SCHOEI'HOliS'I'liR Collnn Plant XYAI,'l'lER KZOUINVIN El Dorado tllaolusxa K. S'rm-umxs Nuwpor! I I. O. DAVIS l"rzyel!4'1"1'lle' Nun NIUSIC Norllz Lilllv Rock RIC!-mlm Smacxc l"remv1mzan'x Bayou W. B. Rowldxxn Ilarrismz JOSEPH WALLS Englfmrl I 'age 100 x , A L 5 4 I Emma Cxm Lilllv Rnrlc 5 llmxuc SA1.l.1alz Piglqnrl 1 I 5 W. A. Slsxslxu l"11yf'II:'1'illc W. H. NIORRIS l"nrl.S'n11'll1 XYALLACIE fl. S'roN1c Pruiric' Grow W. C. VAN EXlE'rl-:R Jmlsnniu Guovmz C. KINCAID linglaml Gvs ELLIS Cumzlzfn RM' 1Xfln.x.Auu Ilurrixon t1xcR.u.n MAY .Alrkazlvlfalzm lx' h 5 FRANclas S'r1am,uaNs 1"r1y1'l!:'2'illz' 'D fl lfmvlm. XVHI'l'FIIil.D Vim Buren I I Page 101 ROBERT REDIIING Little Rock G. W. STELZLEN . Leslie NVILLIAM TED MARTIN Springdale DANIEL B. JAMISON Fayetteville S. D. ARMSTRONG North Little Rock HOYT PYLE Bruno F. R. NVINTKER Clarendon I-IENRV VANCE ICIRBY Harrison I., E. JOHNSON West Helena JOHN VVILSON Columbus THOMAS BUTCHER Gitlett J. S. HILL, JR. Fort Smith Page I02 ALBERT THOMAS Fayetteville CHARLES W. I-IOLDERDAUM Little Rock BARNEY SUGARMAN Fort Smith JESSE ROY PREWITT Grady JOE WALKER Newport J. C. HOWARD Fayeltmtille WYLIE HEAD Fort Smith JAMES REAVES Little Rock KENNETH SCHNVEER Hot Springs I'IAROLD HOPSON Locleesbitrg W1LL1AM TINSLEY Paris ELMER WOODS Benlmw-ille Page I 03 NV. H. CROSS Ilulbcrt H. NEWLAND OLDHAM Muskogee, Ukla. GEORGE Z1RK1.1c Marianna JAMES JONES Hope JAKE A, 'l'Ax'1.uu Forrext City JOHN THORNHERRV Fayetteville CHARl.1asF1NK1.12A Fayetteville J. O. SCo'r'r Asltdnwn QUINTON 'FARVER Star City MILES KELLV Lonoke OSCAR FIQNULER M ftmfla RICHARD Bluswuu Mountain View Page I 04 ,- f .I ,-'PTA f xfff. 1 uv-'uiykcsy 'wx '01 0. -"A--s - kifrifnsfvf' WK - fhfyi' " MMF. W 213- ?j"f gyhegg.-2 'n I Qlllllulllllllllli5WIII1lII.4IllY!lIl.UvA J ll II x f rw' Al A' " ,w H3 Q " 5 Ilfffir. qivifgggii ' L, 41.554 Agflfl,-, 1. --ff 2 I -ug., .:.,. ,,. ' .IJL5 I Tr 3 11. aa.. Bit Eff 'Z' , .Q- , ' H.. .Jr gfllxhl , ,- ,l i H ..l1..7,Q ,ab wi- . ILEYR .. an fi S- TQ .Q w " :?f . '5 fl1 S.: iz meh, -' -md-.iq am-1-. M ' 'Q ' 7 u E151- .HN ,..gI.,,-q. , lk .1 , X ' Q f..:.- ' N ' -r,- 13. . h x' -- : ' fy 142, -M '1 -- mg ' Q . ' ' ' r" FG 61- G WSE' K Q ' ,517 zi gzag S , . H :P T12 gi rs if-,Q - N -V ' T .. - 'Z' . nf I., 1, -.ag 5 . .uqfis -- 3 -21-. ' .Q:.. :- K Qffl.. fy' :JIM A W fm- imc-. 5 -. mfiiiiiiiiiiiiii 15 15 5 ' Iqllqziailallujylny ht:::::! A J I I .un- .L lklnllf- 'gf 5.2: , :-llgiil-gV 5911-Efsss: Q IP! 'llef 'fl 1 :III + , A ' QEEJII' 'giisasa 1 I D I -..'2! ui!!! , I ' J N , l I 1 ' 1 Page IO5 Fw Timex? FRESHMEN -we .:17g:1111 r"""'':1:1i1:I1i1:2i1'3iLi1" eo- 4 mv. ' CLASS OFFICERS Roisizm' MCGREGKJR . . . President 1 i g AGNlr:s KING . . Vice-President 5 jAM1fs ANDERSON . . Treasurer l Ronism' MCI ililitiflli TH li CLASS By ROBERT MCGREGOR RIENTATION WEEK marked the gathering of over 600 students, fresh out of high school, who were to know each other for the next four years as classmates. The third orientation week was a great success and by the time the upper classmen arrived on the campus we thought that we knew almost as much as they did aboutfche whole school and school life. Three months later when we were allowed to pull off our green caps we then realized that we were the most ignorant' class of humans that ever assembled for any one purpose. We had learned how much there was to learn. The Class of 1931 is leaving a record that will be hard to surpass. A football team that was not defeated was only one of the varied achievements in extra- curricula activities. The basket ball team which kept the all-victorious South- west Conference Champions in trim enjoyed more than a good season, while the track team this year is the best produced in the past two years and would Vie for honors with thetone of the 1929 class, which has been acclaimed the best that a Freshman class has ever turned out. They will be a big factor of the Varsity track team of next year which will play host to the teams of the Southwest Conference when the Conference Track and Field Meet is held here., The class treasurer was the only member who was so fortunate as to make the debating team, but he proved his worth by participating in two Conference debates, an honor very seldom accorded a freshman. As ever, we had the distinction of having "the best-looking girls that a freshman class has ever had." We leave our humble cellar position at last to the less fortunate ones who will succeed us, and-We wish them well. Page I 06 X NINA AsT1N Earle G1Lmz1z'1' DEAN Little Rosle Dmzxlar, D. HAILEY Berryville Mlnmusn Corn Fayeltewflle MAMHQ DWIGGINS Amity J. B. 1-IOLDER Little Rock JAMES JOHNSON Ilot Sprtfngs jovcn JACKSON Ilarrlson Jussuz SgVElETSER Fayetteville FL1s'1'Cu1zu LORD Little Rock Russm. MILLIQR Little Rosle MARUAIUV1' WOOD Stuttgart tinge- 107 CA1.nw1a1.L Amcms Lillle Rock MARY ALICE CLARK Waslzinglrm lluzxls jmms Paris IQENNETII DELLINCSEIQ l"ayallcv1flle t11:RA1.n U. IWCSHANE Fort Smith NIAR-IOIQIIE Llawrs Fayetteville H1-:LIQN PHn.l.1vs Springdale IfENNli'I'H IQEED Newport I. B. STRONG Tlwrnlon CI.A1uN1s '1'RIlillI.E Faycllmvillc XVREN STARNIQS Dallas, Texas DAVIIJ TA1s13u Fayrllcville S. Page 108 'n 4, V , 'Z A LA 451 ,111 if' 32 .seg ,ill ,Lg Wg 3. gli f. rag Q il wif: H1- Ar: HE H4 rc w 'u 1 ri Miz. in -N 'Na ,U L ,Ang iii-E ' ll 3: ,IJ zg' 42' "xii pdf? ml. ' wi .iw W 1 I x r "' JM ' 5 f,. 1I:.5"4'Tf.S wiv 43 my , .4..-,., 1, , ,. , 1. I-IELEN BAkNnc'r'r1c A ulrrey Russm. NVlLI.0UGl'lIlY Por! Arllmr, Texas WAL'r1zR Dow12LL Walmzl Ridge CORA DANFORD Purcell, Mo. I12LzouA GAM1a1u5L Ozark HOWARD Lisle CEARRILTT II1Hlf.YUHll? H. L. GRIMSLEY l3a1e.wi!!e MINA MARSHALL FIlj'BffE"7J'l'NI' HEl.lEN SANDERLIN Lillie Rock ULvs JACKSON lIarr1'.vw1 DANIICL Cumfs Granby, Mo. EL1zAnE'1'l-1 REICHARDT T1L1l1'ClL, M iss. Page I 09 . f.., A L , 1 A v' 1 A : E ' -N, 'Nxff l . .YN- x ' A w x w ISAAC B1I.sKv Stuttgart NINA NIARIE COOPER B ooneville BETTY JANE DOLLAHITE Paris RonER'r R. HENRY Berryvilte VVADE LONG Neosho, Mo. MAIKV JANE ELLISON Wynne EULA JACKSON Harrison ROBERT H. NEWTH Prescott BRUCE SCHRATZ De Volts Btnf HELEN MURRELI. Fayetteville IRENE RUDGERS Lincoln JOSEPH STARLING Joiner Page H0 SARA H1sw1'r'I' Marianna RODGERS I-IEIJRICK Booneville LLOYD Moslzmsv Warren ETHEL JANNETTE Fayetteville DOROTHY JOHNSON Booneville ALVIN MOSLEY Perry BURTON ROBBINS North Little Rock PEARL ICENDRICK Fayetteville ELEANOR PATTERSON Hot Springs WILLIAM SLUSSER Berryville BURNETTE SNIPES Aubrey RUBY RICE Bentonville Page Ill f 9 NIlI,'l'HN limalu' BOWMAN lla! Sfzrings l':IJY'l'l'IIi Iimczmxlau Ffzyellrwilla' lin-1121. limcxasox Cenlurirl, Wis. RAIJEIGII lJonsoN l"rairie Grow' '1'Hmms W. FINNEY Fzzyelleville ALMA DEAN IQING Fayetteville Rum' Iluzx' Wesxon Romilvr l'IAROl,D GRAY Cane Hill BA1z'1'1.lsx' li. I.AsA'rEP. Fnrl Smith BnU1,AH Ovuuwluf Golden, Mo. GEORGIA STOKER Cane Hill MAX MCNUTT Morris, Olela. Page IIZ ML- ",fw4-- 'Iff wwf' ' :W 2 Q 1 f... ,,- .:. 4 RUTH BERRY Bentonville ROBERT COLE Gravcllv BURL GRAVES Springdale ANNA MAE COLEMAN Ken RUTH GATLIN Grady CLAUD HOWARD Damville GORDON MIXON Marianna ALICE HI'fCHCOCK Paragould AUGUSTA JOHNSON For! Smllh K. W. PARRISH P17 ggoll RANDOLPH PATTON Lillle Rock AUBREY '1'ARL'roN Eleclra, Texas w v- 1.1 Page113 MAUIIICE BENNETT Benton MADGE LEAKE England l-'LORA CAMvmsLL Van Buren EvER1i'1"r BURNS Bruno Vmou. Cfxsnlsmla Forrest City CARROLL H EWITT Marianna Rosle MARIE FRANK Little Rock ROBERT MCGREGOR Cotton Plant GARTH MCMII.I,AN Little Rock VIOLET REINOEHL Fayetteville jEAN12'1"1'E PEARCE Magnolia HERMAN NICHOLSON Swifton p age MILDRED APPLEBY Fayetteville Scmvov BARNES Mansfield JOHN BEURET Fayetteville ff ALuER'rA CULLOR Carlisle A M BETTY DUVAL Springdale IQAVANAUGH BUSH Little Rock I WILLIAM 1-I. C0LL1s0N 5 gf? Bald Knob nf FAYE GOFORTH Greenwoe fl 1, ,,, 455 ., J ,ff 5 1 A El ei, Wiz, V31 I 125 1 ETHEL KAPPEN w " ., , . ' leureka .Springs 4 1 J. G. LINDSEY Mafmezz ,ME I 'F vi ,555 ini! A'-I? ,Ei I I THOMAS MILLARD Harrison Douomv Monuow Fayetteville Page llf 7 415711. fi "fm A , .a lm 1 7 .- , W w Q, , P: R. E.. DALE, jk. West Helena Q' QQ' SYLVIA CARMICHAEI. Fayetteville ' 3 3 I, J, El.1zAnE'm GxsN'r1u' Lillle Rock ASA FORRISTAL Sulphur Springs PAUL LILE Mansfield MILDRED HUNSHERGER El Dorado ELIZABETH Islmu. Eastland, Texas V PAUL SPIKES Walnut Ridge T. E. '1'A111'IsN Helena Bussuz KNIGHT Fort Smith X I. 4, I ?. I' MAI ELLEN Nokmcuoss Fayeltevillc if . IQ CECIL THOMAS Berryvzlle , qs I ,, ,, Page I I 6 x gp- I p--.mf vw? ,, ffmaf 14... ., 1 , e, -v 1 ,, 1 - V , W '- 1 ,l,.u.mvf14 - J ffm' :x!i'iy'!f'x1 ' 1'A.,x ' w x , V ,X - 1 V 1 E 3 ' K X , Y I V , fy X ARDITH C01-IEA Fayetteville 4 fe HIRAM THoRGMoR'roN V X . Poeahmztals TQ f 4 1 . L 4 S' r' X CARL NEMNICH Mammoth Spr-ings FAY WA1uzRIT'roN Fayetteville i Y by F, GUY D. CuNN1NGHA1s1 Fayetteville JANE I'IINsoN Fort Smith x .1 QL E ef fe- S., ., . ,L Eb BONNIE MINTUN Fayetteville . CLxN'roN RUSHING Mena , ll-: ,1 .1 3 ,. fi , g.., ff T RAYMOND HECKER josE1-H1NE LITTLE , g, P M uskogee, Okla. Fl f L at ,Q ,L L - a 4 E F at 1 , ir 2 HATTIE BELL Scott I 5 v . wf' ,tg KENNETH HOLT Fayetteville j?" , E 1 el st .N I y , t f N . I fu V 1 1 ,, f w Vx J .N A I Page I I 7 n , ,- . 'r N, L FLOYD CATE Prairie Grove MARGUERITE ZIMMERMANN Carlisle FONTAINE O'BRIEN Fort Smith VVILFRIED WE B ls Fayetteville ICERMIT RAYDON Miller, Mo. Mus. J. M. HAMILTON Fayelt DONNA STAIR Little Rock ezfille JAMES WOODFIN Holly Grove LEON WILLIAMS Newport GLADYS HOLMES Rogers FELICITAS SANDFORT Fort Smith J. L. I-IVDE Tillar Page 118 I. ELIZABETH WRIGHT Fort Smith RAY J. THOMAS Little Rock HOWARD HALL Springdale VELRON STORY Fayetteville RUTI-I HINSON Fort Smith JACK STEWART Hope THOMAS OLIVER Scott KATIIERINE E. ARNOLD Fayetteville LORRAINE WILLIAMS Fayetteville MARVIN I-IARRELSON Newark ROBERT HUNT Fort Smith MARIAN FORD Fort Smith Page I I 9 1 f T I Chsoucm Owxmsv Fayelleville N1s'r'1'11s IQLEIN E1,I.1o'1' Blylhevillc PA'1"rx' Slzcov Blyllwvillc FAYH lAIAu'1's1sl.I, Pine Blvlll' Romauw' BURNHAM Glenwood NIADGE YVATSON Fayellevllle ANNIE LAURA ELLIS Blylhevillc W ALTER P11"rMAN Fayellewfllc MERTON CARTER Faycllevllle NAIIJA CLAYPOOL Springdale LOREAN D1zI.oz11zR Fayellcville H1RAM MCCONNEI.L Fayellevillc Page 120 I , 1 OPAL W RIGHT Foku Oncal HAROLD l-Imnulas Fort Smilh GENE I-IAAK . Tl'NllI'kll71ll N A 'rAl.l1a Woons Ilfmlingtou WILMA EARL Lillle Rack S. B. Lima Cuzmlcn ALICE NELSON Frlyvllrfillc AG KING Lillie Rock CA'rH1su1N1a SCHAAF lil Dorado I.1oN1z1, Rwvv Ilardorrl G LEN Woou Norlh Lillie Rock DONALD H1NK1s1.v Tyronza Page 121 RAYMOND HINKLEY Tyronza HELEN HALSELI, Fayetteville WVILMA GLOVEII Lonolee BERNARD HARRISON Monte Ne JACK TUFTS Earle RUBYE BROWN A Fayetteville MARTHA STONE Fayetteville ROY HARVEY Stamps GLENN DAULTON Paragould DELMA GRAvE'r'rE Blytheville IDA VVOODARD Fayetteville HARR1ss REINHARDT Des Arc Page 122 ALHQNIQ Moons Rogers I-l. IQAY CORNIQTT Ifzzllon EULIN DUVALI, Ozark GRA'r1sl.Avv1usNcE Manlrosc- MARX' El.IZAlil:I'I'H STArf1foun Springflzllv Clscrn. I'IUu1xARn Hal Springs JOHN A. DILLING Bcardeu IEIJNA ICARLH S'r1NsoN Rngcrx BQURDUN liAsoN Fayvrtevillc JAMES R. NORTON Ilurrison Al.m2R'r CLUNINQQER A tkins GIQNIQVA HAN1av Fayetteville Page 123 jim Pxc K 1: EN Salem BAN1iE'l'A I.ANGs'roN 13 lyllzczfill e FAX' SANDIERSON Texarkana BU1z'mN CLARK Springdale CLENN PEARSON Fayellcville XVILLIE Ima JONES Nashville VIRGINIA DUPUY Marianna HAMu.'roN ORTON Ashdown J. N. W ILLIAMS Gillelt CuA1u,o'1"r1s BURKS Dermot! ELSA JONES Fayelteville HERBERT STAMPS Berryvillc Puga' I 24 4 GRACE CUNNlNGHAM l"fLy1fll1'1'fll1' K jon-IN VVALLACIE lf'f1yvllvzf1'llv RULLA FITCH Ifl.7I!f.Y'i'I.Hl' Rrcx Pmuclws Bvrryznilla VIELMA Coma l"aycltm'il!v RALPH REA Ilrzrrison SARAH Co'1"rER Mar1'unmz LUCILE IfIENnRIcKs Waldo Hfxzm. Cox lf'ayn1lcw'l!v VICKIER I-I. Wcmvolum . l"c1,ycllc'z'1!!z' CHRISTINE l.1vscoMv Page I 27 Liltle Rock l'l1sNRv VVIIARTON Joplin, Mn. limvm CRAIG Fayetlwille ALICE McI'1n:'ru1m:1a limzlorwzllc BISSSII5 lfI1l.LA1uJ lfayvllaville RANu0r.1'n PA'l"l'0N Little Rock l'l1sNRx' MAC Colm Pine Bluff Runv VVo1u.1sv .Slzallgarl CLELA IYIURST lf'ayatlev1'!!1: DANIEI. Cuvvs Granby, Mo. Roman MEIEICS Fort Smith R1cm4:ccA A1.1cxANrmu l"ayf:He1f'il!e NINA Bovcm Locksburg Asnmav FRENCH Forres! City Page 126 M AU RICE GRAv1a'r'1'1a Blylln-2'-1'll lf IJQUNARD MCKINNIQY Sllrzalll .S'pr1n,rgx I-IARVIQYGRIMSLEY Bfm-sz-ills AU IIRIEV 'l'Au1,'1'oN Elvclru, 7'v.x-as Dmzwruv BIEALI. WM' Muskvgcv, Oklu. H IQNRY TEAGUIE .fl dkins Tom I'INc:l.Isu Jomrslmro VIRGINIA I.1am-ER Ifayrllf-z'1'!lv Niles. ELMA BLAKEHURN Frlyvllwfllc fl1sRALn S'r1s1NmaRG Lillie Rock Wll.l.1AM j. PRUlE'1"1' Iicnning FRANCES PORTIS Engluml Pam' IZ7 Rolzlam' S. Dunmcx' Jonesboro W. J. DILLIDN Comm Plan! Blu. Prcmcxs Iienlamfille -Imax H. S'r1c111-nays lilmfins BOYCIE PAGAN T4-xarleunu joux Rum: Buuxite Mwrox Mcl5l.vANEY Camden llonus Iiucxmuxv Bauxile Mlil.lllPX' '1'mmvsoN Texarkana Clmx GAu1w1sN11lRm Berryville CLINE WATSON Fayetteville Clnzoumc V Amruux Little Rack Page 128 p ...N l, , u :1 ' Y tx f Awmuax' Wlxxluzuu' Jllvnu NIOUIJY PIEARSUN .S'l'11rc'y WILLIAM I'A'r'ruN Bl?Hf0l11'1LHl? KARL Rum l"uy1'lI:':'1'llf- llowfum EINYARDS IX-l'll.Yl'H I.ow1-zu. 1-'Mus l3vnlmn'ill.- l.lil.ANn Rmavlss Pina Bllqfl' JACK Nlaw'roN Crmulf-u jma I3x'l,Axn1aR Lirllv Rnrk WHV1' jouNsuN Furl Sillfffl Ivloxuma IJAvlaNvox'r I Fnrl Smzlll liuuokls Nomura li! Dnruzlv nge l29 a v l ,AL ' ' ""1"", f"rmf , vi -' , ' V M ..f 131 , fu-W ,, 1 ff-K ,f"fCr2'67llh?-fff?' wig at " O' 12.-A+ DOKE DOIIGLAS Bentonville CARSON BOO'rH1s Jonesboro ICOMONO P. DAVIS El Dorado IIERMAN TUCK Fayetteville JOHN MCRAVIEN Little Rook MURPHY I'I. THOMPSON England DON MCALLISTEH Fayetteville JOHN PAUL CALDWELL Parksdale JOHN BOUNDS Dallas, Texas B. Ii. SMITH Blytheville C. R. BIRMBAUM Hot Springs I'IERBEu'rAR'rHU1zs Wattonsaw Page JIM ANDERSON Tbxarkaua M1L'l'ON H. BAIN El Dorado HORACE CATE Fayvltmfillc GEORGE FAUCE'l"1'E Fort Smith CARL JONES Ilarrisou RAYMOND LEDWIDGE Ilol Sprmgs HAYDEN Llzwxs Ifayeltcville W. H. MCLEOIJ Pine Bluj' GERALD MEEK Fay:-tlwzflle HARRY B. PALMER Lillie Rock EDWARD P1'1"1'MAN M arkcd Trcc CHARLES HENRY lJDs'1'lsRF11sI.D A hx Page I 31 I I 'ft.',:r 1 JL Nom, ALFORD Hal Springs MAX BISHOP Axhrlown Cmme Guuzslsv Harlford CcmNEL1usI'Iu1u.1sv Newport I-I. M. JACOWAY Dardfznelle O'r'ro MAY Rison I.. C. MCIl,uov Pomlzonmx JAMES Momma Rodgers CHARLES PALM Rodgers C. H. PESTERFllELD Alix LOMANA PoLL1s'1"r ALGERNON RYLAND Pine Bluj Page I 32 f 1 R0l'iER'l' BEUCKMAN Brinkley IAMAR Cmlu: Marianna I X Amex A. Dllflfxax' Cullen Plan! VVQRLIQY FORBES Ilaeleeil Iflmuns GREENWOUD Pine Bluff N. C. I-IAMIQR Lillie Rode Cuvmz M. I4IIaNnlcRsoN Fzzyelleville Romain' j. lfloovlik lingluna' Louis l.lcH1.v'l'1su Jalmsmf CHALMER K. McCr.1s1,l.ANn Fayetteville BRUCE MCRAIQ Hope RICHARD Bums Mounow l"ayetLew'!!e Page 133 ?1W:1i:s f i,f7f'f"f'lii1'f'7's'7i1 'Tlw 1? fIL1Q7'l7ffGlr f J I USE Lffiifiliwf-Ti"l7L7f 'F f,,.......,,,,,,mm,.,,,,,.,m.,..,1W..w.....,.-..,W . I , ALLEN D1xON Little Rock BILL I-IUDSON England i3 FRED GIQISSOM Judsonia 5 RAYMOND GIBSON , 1 Pratrte Grove v . DEE LYBRAND Sheridan J. KENT MAYES Fayetteville JAMES NEWMAN Little Rack PAUL NATHO Gillett RAY PARKS Fayetteville Y T1-IOMAS T. RAMSEY ' Little Rock 5 I, V CLYDE TAYLOR Berryvllle Af' i CHARLES VARNELL Little Rock ' i s e a Page I34 1 r -.t . X, -if wa l , '-Q ...g . x nr .. s X 7' M Q 1' 1 v B. I-I. BELL Palmello, Fla. A1.nER'1' EDMINSTON A Ima GENE INGm.s Fort Smith JOHN A. FOGLEMAN Marion MEYER GURDIN Ho! Springs JAMES C. HALE Blylheville IEWELL LEE For! Smillz CARI. Llc:-r1.vT1zR Sprhzgzlule IRVING I.umN Ilelcmz. Glaokcns W. Mlcluucxc Naslmzfllc liuulmla PRINCE Cfmzrif-n JAMES RIFFICI. Lillie Rock Pug., IH -r A L 1 1f?!.77.!15.trf,,,l,.f4',, I., 1' fl? fl fx W If 77f:iALT"fm J EUGENE DAIIGI-wlalu' Booneville Dliliw I.ANlm1z Lillie Rock 'l'1z1uw WARREN Litllv Rack Bl.YT1m Wm'r1-mluvoun Sul 1711111 Rock EUGIKNE NVARREN Forresl City FRIED Clxliliul. For! Smith STmu.xNo Mc'NUr.'ry Pine Bluff RALPH BAIN Benlanville JACK STRAUS!-5 Malvern STANLIQY FERGUSON Kirkwood, Mo. J. S. I-IILI., JR. For! Smith RAYMOND WINSTEAD Prazrw Grove Page 136 xkkw --11 1: A f iw- , ' if :QIZQSEWWJQJFJW ' E'-L-Z ".5x:'w4J' 4 5: 4 . 415 "'-2 N eikirfas .E,f' Hff nrlxlg- ' 1' ? m 6 .Jig , .. ZA S i ,fgjzw If 0 V dllhga F 42.-al' Z J -4 wg? 5 .6 NHMJNKC ailf OATIIER BLACKBURN, A. B., LL. B. Third Year Law Clarlesville I-I. B. M1xoN, LL. B. Third Year Law Mzlmmnu NIINOR MILWIEE, A. B., I.L. B. Third Year Law Horatio DOUGALD MCMILLAN, A. B. Second Year Law Arkadelphia U. A. LovEr.L, A. B. Second Year Law Sprzhzgdale S. L. MANATT, A. B. Second Year Law Iowa City, Iowa L. O. SWINK Second Year Law ALLEN APPLEGATE Second Year Law Little Rack CLAUDE R. GEORGE Second Ycnr Law Centerville li. C. GAT!-IINGS Second Year Law Aubrey Page 138 'UC' "M""' M' 4. .4, .,. Asnusv CRAIG Second Year Law Wilson DOUGLAS fiARRlE'I"I' Second Your Law Ilmzlszffllv CHARLI-:S YVANTUCK Second Year Law 1"uyz't!1fw'l!c lime Crxvixiass, A. B Second Year Law Grrwelly I-1. T. Nom'xn.u1s'r Second Year Law Forrest Cfly J. Boswlzu, MCMn.r.rAN, A First Year Law A 7'1?l1dt'!fJlI'I'tl PAUL X. Wn,l.mMs First Year Law Booneville C. B. 1VICAu'rmm First Year Law M orrillfofz WAL'r1sR IAI1N'1'oN First Year Law Fort Smith JEFF DONATI-lox First Year Law Baomvziillc I age 139 ff 'fuuxisu lAI1Ns1.uv First Year Law Porlulr's, New Mexico JAMES XYILLIAM Erus First Year Law Tzfxurkaiza Hmnmx i'IUMl'HREY5 First Year Law Lilllc Rock l.1aifif1al. ll1cN'rRv, A. H First Ycar Law Hope 'I'u.l.AR Almmsow First Year Law Lillie Rack Roimlvr PURYIEAR First Year Law Carlisle QUINTON RAY First Year Law Norlh Lillie Rock NAT I-Iuomzs First Year Law Lilllc Rock OPAL '1'Ak1,'roN First Year Law Elvclm, Texas T. W. B1.AK1sl.v First Year Law Pnfsmll Page I 40 .a rw WPA uf" fu ' " 1 .' J , 1 IM ,sv , nv, , U 1 4 NWEXMWWW h Bauxzte Jmnef Jbffore than ninety per cent gf all the hauxite V produced in ufmerica if mined in Tulaxhi and ,Saline counties, :All the hauxite.u.red in the manu- facture qf aluminum in the United Stater comeffromnufrhanxaf depofits. The mine pictured here i.r at Tauxite, ' i olrhanxaf. Q .. ' I. 1 x .. !' 1 4 :A ,L . . .1 , . . . I 1- :6 , A M ,, , .1 T 3 L, SE .3 Cfmflfmis N K 0 5fp y ,I if Y77 jf 'fc xfym Jw My v, 4 R 'H af: x ! S51 X l " if 'F' ll SQ EVM y 'ff x,f NSQIV 5 fx Ss f V w , f if-g3WlIIll5 wg? 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Above' -Two :J tlmjlnrzlx in Ilia .fl grz' parznlr' Riglmt----lW1'x.v llnrh'n.wf Tnull1'n.x'ur1, Agri ff"l.'lUll'1, .v11fm'1m' for ilu' day. Lower riglltvf--fl Iakz'-qff on lln' l'Iugi11r'r'rs. . wg ANNA P 'RDHTY 'lU,l1'I'l' llmxz' QIHTII, who sfvliggg 45-1 QQ-A1232-gi y 3 5, HQ, f'! Vf ZZ AXXQEJ , 1 7, ag . A ffrw 7lIiSl7l'HIlJI17lJ1IS 'UITIVZUS alum! lhc 11411172-lrx. A lxo ilu: lnwrfr ld! pic- ture slmwx an 1f1'f:'1u ry' lim l"11,ycllc1'illc IJ nxt Qlfi ru. A ,rw J, ,gf 1 Y! She ,fflf 'Wm f""-. 1 .r f '7' 1 Tm? ' an A I A ll 4' W ' ' " . -f xx N .il 1 N E f My I Japqfg' l "V, "Af ' e ffjff 4 5... 5 J ff 15 53,6 .u .fm nf' . Hx wb 5 A .5 -gl Nsk "5 4.qI lg: M b YP ' f Nl AM Nl na si S 5' ' 1 't I ' X AH' Pu'EIicafiou S' I I I 1 iii 5-Qfwl f' 'Agf,,'.'f fx x 4! nf' 25. -,gm .xt Y V K A. 1 , M Mm Xxx btxxx. ptxi 5 .5 . ...V . . . J - HM' -7 rv" 1 .. x , I, vu., .,-wi., i-i f if -' .f in ,'1.i?ff.,'li,?eM,fft' " ilffiil i THE was iimzoiitisfick P We fr -'-' f fs' .... . ..,.., ,.. .......,..,..... ...,.,.,, : naw.::::::::M,:44ZK:Qg ffZmiAZgzgg-5.11172iiiiiiitiizzzizzcg-3-,-,gi, .,.... tzzzztzttiiiltiittittz. ,... ,.., ..,,.... . .,.,..,..,,r59wa Hzfy' MAX Bnooks Editor The editor and manager wish to thank the entire staff, and those who have contributed in any way their services to the publication of this volume. We also wish to express our appreciation to Mr. R. C. Walker, manager of the South- western Engraving Company of Tulsa, for his untiring services and interest. PIQRATINC, for the first time in Uni- versity history under the Blanket Tax System, the staff was confronted with entirely new and difiicult problems. There being no standard of past years to go by, making a budget was a trying task and holding to it was still more so. The aim of this year's staff was not so much to build an elaborate and expensive book, but to build a better book, and by making necessary changes we tried experiments which we hoped would en - able the next year's staff to enlarge the book to the standard university size. Through co-operation with the Arkansas Traveler, the staff was fortunate enough to secure the use of a thoroughly equipped office on the first fioor of the Administration build- ing. The need of this has long been felt and has greatly handicapped former staffs, in that uni- fied work has heretofore been impossible. We hope that this book has contributed much toward the continued growth of the University Yearbook. JACK l3I,V'l'lll5 A ssislcml Ezlilor 'fx ,f ,,ggfJ22 2 JJ- . l , I f ff fifinirl T Q f Q H .K :Mimi N imma f lmlfiiancs 9'iff i The Razorback Ojice Page I54 f i HI ,,,. :?:E-511: "W M? f'Thf- lfrm-'e2r'iwf'H.: -ISF! . THE 1928 RAZORBACK was IIIITA' """" ' ""' ' """ ' 'A" agfygiiiiipiiii "W """ M' " "" iii? vow . yy' lil3I'l'ORI.XI. jgwlq BI,Y'l'llli . . M,xUm-: Clow W. P. Wlmmzx' livlcul-:'r'l' LINIQR . FRANK Mc'B1z1m': . jm Ismm, . , Coomanj,xc'mx',xx' . Chao. W. IJ1c'K1NsnN jmm P. VVlI.'l'SlllRli S M 1 4 'M 6 ff U STA Fl" . .f1s.visI1L11I lidfilor . A ssrisfanl Edilor A 1'!iZrili1'.v lirlrilor Ul"Qll1II'ZIlf'I.01lS lidfitor , Mililary lidilor Allzlelie Erlilor Class Jidflor Aledizfal Edfilor . l"l'llfI!I'Ulfl1ff0I' Rm' Ii. XVHITIC ,Vcumger BUSINESS STA F F JIM Kms ....... A ssixlant Manager M IQANS W1l.lq1NsoN .... Ad21l3I'l'f.Yf11-AQ Manager jgxmcs W. SuUM,x'rl': . . Manager QI' Mearzfcal Seetrion jmms Rlclcvlfzs . A.vs'ixla11lA1l1fert1's1'ng Manager K. A. Rlcleu ...... Cireulalion Manager ' ' Cx-1lzs'rlf:R ROBINSON ..... Publicity Manager JIM KAW STAFF ARTISTS -'lfwlflfll lwfffifll-fl" MAXINIQ 1VlCCA'I'I'llERlNli Kl'r'rl-:N Ilmmx' Al. joxlcs .ij E1 4. , Ah, 'N ,A 1 Avo?- 13 A r , w t M K V r WW 'K ,: L ' 'ro- :,: 1 Q J v rl! gm ,I xy, .1 ' V ,hi Fx at if ' Mei' ,iff 4 ' I , ' . - 'W 5. :nl AP I ' S 3- - f ' ca A 4 1 ' W QK Y Y ,. . -. ,' 1 . F ' 'S fs, 3' y A ' QM'-N -f V ff' -N ie, , HR 1 45' O X 9 Q 'L L -:H -, 1 .4 , H ,iii 'E Top f0'ZL'-xvll.'l'SHlRlC, 1VIcCA'm1cR1Nxs,-DlcluNsox, Gow, Rmavlas, Dmmv, WnAr.m' Bollmn f0'ZU-RIEED, LINER, JACOWAY, Mclixuma, SuUMA'r1z, ROBINSON, WILKINSUN '1 fl Page :ff '4..,,, . . ILA., f, , -, , THE ARKANSAS TRAVELER -...- .,,... --..,. ........ - .... -. .,..,.. ...,,N...- ...........,..,.,,........ M ..,, -..- ..., . .,...,..... ..s,gr.ft.. J, 'Wj,aw,..4,mf ..,,.....,,..,..,. .. ..... ..... ..... . , ,. ........ ., ...,,..... t , V , ,f,v' 1 , . :' " .-' if f g ,,,. ,,.4,..,.,,..,...,,..,, . .. .. .,,. . .,.. ,, ,,,, 901 ' ' Official Newspaper of the University g of Arkansas l UFFICIENT time will have elapsed with the publication of the 1928 Razorback that the student body will be able to then . more correctly judge the ellect of the editorial policy of the 1.927-1928 Arkansas Traveler. liditorially, the policy of the paper was 1 based upon the belief that: . 1. The Arkansas Traveler should be more than a campus bulletin for the recording of past happenings and official announcements f 1 -a laboratory exercise for journalistic stu- , dents. 2. The function of the Arkansas Trav- 1 , eler should be, however, to instigate and to . foster the expression of constructive student ' opinion, thereby aiding the development of campus leaders. The two principal issues advanced through the columns of the paper were: 1. A functioning 100W student government or none at all. 2. Stricter enforcement of prohibition at campus dances. Progressive changes made in the general make-up of the paper consisted of a more attractive masthead, the development of an effective upper-and-lower- case headline schedule, and the lengthening of the sheet two inches, giving the paper a more balanced appearance. Much credit is due 'the entire editorial staff for their splendid co-operation and loyalty to the principles which the paper sought to establish. E Timo. L. EDMIs'roN, JR. Edilor-in-Clzirf Of H . , 1 Copy Due at Two! Page 156 X THE ARKANSAS TRAVJEJLIER EDITORIAL STAFF W TIIIQO. I.. lEImIs'I'ON, ju. . Eflritor-i1z-Clzrzel' A EDXVIN P. Hlclcs . f,lICORGlESTRIEIEPIEY . CORRINE HOIJOES . LOUISE FINOI-:R . . MIEIXNS VVILKINSON MAIIEI, CLAIRE GOLD MAUIJE Z. GOLD . NELIJA HICKMAN WILSON POsEv AUIJREY C'UIz'I'Is jOI-INNY ERI' . - g -, fy.. N, ..,...... .... 1 . Associate Editor .Managing Eztfitor . ASS1TSffl1ll13l1'tl0l' A sststant Editor . News Editor . Feature Editor Organization Editor . Society Editor Sports Editor . Copy Editor . Sfnecial Writer IE. MEIIIIILI, AINswOu'rII 1311317111-M Manager REPORTORIAL STAFF SARAII 'I'A'I'UM GRACI-: BI.,xIcExIOIzE LURA HUDSON I+'1zANc'Es COX FRANCES MCKENNA ANOIE MAIIIQE 1fl'II'l'II DOIQOTIIY MCBROOM MAR'I'IIA STONE BUSINESS STAFF E. NIIERRILI. AINSWORTII ..... Business Manager MEANS WII.IcINsON . . Assistant Business Manager W ILLIAIII BEUIsIIfIEI.IJ . . Cirfrnlatton Manager i I I ,A I ggg P I ..- 'N we A af Top t'01U-HICKS, l-IOIIGES, BIIUIIIEIELIJ, M. GOLD, S'I'IzEEIrEv, M. C. GOLD Bottom row-HICKMAN, Posxzv, FINGER, AVILKINSON, CIIR'I'Is, ERI' Page 157 0 lk: 1 'Tile' RfI707'lJI7Cl1 f 119251 Cf:5E'95E7.f7.fT.Q ffl' ' I f A lg ARKANSAS ENGINEER 95 I l .lil lil EDITORIAL STAFF GERALD D. STOUGII ....... Editor ,gig T. T. SPITZISERG . . Illanaging Editor J. R. STEPHENS . . Assistant Managing Editor BUSINESS STAFF I LLOYD H. POND ..... Circulation Illanager PORTER J. BYRD . . Business Manager THOMAS H. HUCKABY . . Advertising Manager DEPARTMENTAL REPRESENTATIVES CECIL CAMP ....... Civil Engineering EQ VV. W. OWEN . . Chemical Engineering ROBERT A. BQWMAN . Mechanical Engineering LESLIE F. BEVILL . Electrical Engineering fig .fliif . : We '- 1 'f, ,,. . .av- EMJ 'A' M .' .wi ,...,... ................ . .ml . .ig ...,. . .... . .,.. ' HE Arkansas Engineer was established at the University of Arkansas in 1: 1920, being the first of the individual college journals. It is issued quarterly if and is used by professional engineers of the state as well as by students of the College of Engineering. 'l flf ' ' . .mf " '.f',-N r-' ' A lf' 'l all lsffir- . fun.: .. -.1 '-l elf -HJ l 'N 1, 1 I ' ' T 4 11' ll lla A I , I . ' 11 1' X VNNFJL1lTY"ARK'AN5A5 4 ,I - .Q V lg -. eil 'N ' I- ' I I 431 SPITZDERG HUCKABY STOUGH BVRD 'l . rl za gs U Ml Q .4 I OWEN BEvn.r. POND CAMP STEPHENS Page I 58 ,I 'il'3'z'v"':r' vryrvunrlj 1 .Qt www V pmf, L-1,-,Hy-,,,f,,5, f Q '-r R" f . sf." ' + 'rr' "rv fr f l 'f Q i7'iw Hl1IOI'I,u7C7i 19325 .A W.,-pf?::7f'5 A 1 ARKANSAS AGRllClUlLTlURlIST do 'miM""'i"i""""""'i'"'M""""N""""'iI1If1liff -A QQjf'Wf lifIQIf.TQQQ1"' ""1fQ1II2IIQI j1QIQlIQ1Q1' 90' xliswgbw 2 EIfDITORIAl. STAFF RAYRON SULL1vAN'r . Edilor-in-Clmqf' RUTH PEARCIE . . A ssorfule Edilor W ILLIAM H ORslfALL A ssrkmnl lfditor BUSINESS STAFF EARL XVHITING . . . Bzzsimfss Manager lfRBIE TILMUN . . C'1'rffulal1'on Manager KIENNIQTH SAGIQR . .flIl'2,'0I'f1iSillQ Manager DEPARTMENTAL STAFF EDITORS MARY MAIRIEI, JOHNSON . Home limnomics BLANCHE MOCK . . . Horne Economics PHILLIP ANDERSON . . Ilorticultnre MARXVIN BULL . . Animal Industry GARLAND OAKLEY ....... Agronomy HARRY NVOODRUFF . . . A gricnltnral Engineering PAUL TAYLOR . . Agricultural Edzrralion and Extension GAY CIATTIS ......... Reporter EWELL TAYLOR . Reporlcr HE Arkansas Agriculturist was established at the University Of Arkansas in 1924. It is published for the benefit Of thOse interested in agricultural problems and is edited and published by students in the College Of Agriculture. if U ..., .... ,t,,,, A .. is ., V .W I ARKANSAS , T w .15 fy q AcmcuL1'uR1sT Ag, Q "-' ki 1 . . ' jx I 'f' r . ' 4 at A it A 'H f .- ' ' . , Y .f ' . ' - Tv ,HCQKQK QL ' i4 '- ' W , y ' . H I 57- In : ' f , - A' ' . ' , 1 I . Q -V I , 2 A - ,W es.r. A f if .2 r SULLIVANT T1LLMAN H ORNsFALL XVHITING SAGER PEARCE XVUODRUFF IOHNSON BULL Page I59 snutuwvw - v- :-,v,f..1--- TV?" "' "' A V' 'I 'V A r 1 -.p- V- -, W , 1 . f V N . ---.. , W.,-.- .. .... F. ., 1 .ww H raw,-if, fff-rf,,,v4jeffc, ff M, .. sm.. ,fl A ,fic .',f -lii,f'- ,.'.. .fl ., ,Mu 1 .. BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS 'E "'ifj2 f92?1' Jle,,,i0:'2fvf?f., MEMBERS G. E. RIPLEY, Chairman T. C. CAR1,SoN J. W. FRENCH E. M. AINSWORTII G. E. HASTINGS A. W. PORTER G. P. STOCKER E. C. GATIIINGS HE Board of Publications, composed of five faculty members and three students, was created this year by combining the Advisory Boards of the Razorback and Arkansas Traveler. The principal function of the Board is to nominate candidates for the offices of editor and business manager of the Razor- back and of the Travelerg and to meet with and advise the Staffs of these publi- cations. V , ' , A . . 1 ..,,. . 4 , ...li AINSWORTI-I PORTER RIPLEY CARLSON GATHINGS Page 160 f . 1 1 + Campuf Ifeabe 155' FuANC1ss CRu'1'c:H1aR A H1 lelicx 4 :lf .m Clrcouulc Coma A llzlclics tZ1.lf:N Rosle A lhlvlics ' 4 . GAY CLA'r'1'1s OfHIl1IfZfIf1.0II.Y Ii. MERRILL Amswonm Tmao. I.. linMls'roN A cti1J'it17cx Publimlvions X Ilun'1'1cNsl4: 'l'nMr,1NsuN A cl fvl'li1's Rolnfzm' H. Cmluc Ufj,fIl1II'ZIIfI.!HlS R. MAX Hkoolcs Plflnlirulimls Rm' li. Wumc l'11InlimIim1.s nvsiffvfl NVINNIIC I luvxuxs A rliv1'I1'r'x CIIARLIES lfkmusox A r'l1'1'1'li1'.v RUTH F1'rzjA1uuLLL Organizations T' MARTHA AL1axANmzu ' Orgainizutions Lusm, COLEMAN Athletics G. MADDEN Jomas Activities THEO. T. S1'1'1'zuuRG Organizations ' 1 ALFRED W. PORTER Activiticx X Q MINOR IVl11,vv1a1c 0l'gflN'I'Z!Lli01L.Y IWARVIN QHIPMAN Allzlntzca Apu1soN WALL A !If1.'llil'Ifl?.S' ALVA W1N'r1zRs A lhletics C. Ii. T1l.MoN Aclivilias MARGumu'1'1z Kumlcu A ctivflics jul-'lf IJONATHAN A L11 lelics N ' liUG1sN1c l,AMliIER'l' A llzlrflics Qi, f2AS'I'0N Bram. A 1:liv'flz'c.w GARLAND BIQAVICRS A llllelics PAU1. X. W1l.L1AMs Organizations H . A RALPH IAIAIZLI1' Alhlelics 'C 1 1 ff. :V QL: Fear 1112 . fl. X E. WAr.'rlaR l,J1xoN .fl ll1lf11'r'.v .I AMES Cmvuma .fl N1 lr! i cs J. AR.'l'llUR RAYNOR -4---..-.,. SANIMIE Russux A rl i 2 "fl fcx li' he 3' i A fa, . ' ff , 'K " , is f , A L, g .,"s f . 4 Af' ,N .E H411 Q 'M P 1:41 'V ,, ' 1 M I pw, 4 frank, If m, Lk W I A llzlrfiz x fjlaouulc GRIESIIAM Orgrmizrzlions I I'ok'rm1 BYRIJ A r:liw'tius WE DID OUR BEST- O ARBITRARY standard can be set for selection ofa group of any university's most prominent students, and when only thirty-six can be chosen from the many prominent and versatile students for the Razorback Campus Leaders, it necessarily leaves the committee in a dilemma. They have sought, however, to select a representative group, composed of students who have made themselves well- known and popular by participation in school activities, ath- letics, publications and organizations, from each of the Uni- versity's colleges. The editor and business manager of the Yearbook named live faculty members whom they considered to be widely acquainted on the campus, who in turn selected five prominent and competent students to help them in selecting the other thirty-one members of Wl1o's Who. COM M I'l"1'li li G. li. Rivimzv, Clzairman C. C". F1c'il'1'Niau Vmoii, I.. joNics HA1e.1z1soN HALIQ MAu'1'i1A M. Rum G. P. STOKIER R. I-I. CLARK Gicomsia Coma FRANCES CRU'rcH151a fiAY GA'1"r1s E. MERRILI, fXINSVVOR'l'l'I X .., 3 A A I 1,43 ?', 7n S i ,Q an F' 'U N' 1,52 rs U: . -A - X A M 5 mama' t Q WJM- ws- n ' ' -1 5 Q' -P f if ,gy ,ls 5 - w 5335. '-s 2:k1't,. 4 :3 .Q ,J ,', Iv-IT . 'fy 4 , 'QL vifi siifi "' W if 1 Q Q fi ejl 2,63 'gf iv X xx? K x 'S no KH 314:51 sf if Z4 '- '?i:2qJa? 'G 'QE 1- , ' ' 'i?'i?7,a-'- . s f i 1 N P' f 4 - ui ik x K ,U ,x 53255, - N lA'-Q54 26,0 '1"-fi' I .n!' ' ' " x' ' . 'iaifz 'Nffiif ' P , x','n1,g ff! , 1 ' 9, 1 :I xg? Ann... .. 0? t:ir.3..Q.'ft'!f-link... A' J Tflzf' Rr77G7'12:'ICk f '1925' CffQTi6mii""ff .1if1Ezi?:: ef HOMECUMTNG DAY MW'i" 'A" m""'i" "" i"'m"""'M""""'1Ii ....,.. .flfffi ...,.. QQ.fQ1ff1ffifIff"'i'fifIQI .,....,,.,... ......,. . ...,. Qlfffflf 90' l is HE DAY OF DAYS, "VVhen old friendships l ' are renewed and new friendships are formed." l . The keys to the whole campus and town were i D turned over to the old grads to do with as they l pleased. Was everybody happy? H--, yes! i and from the night before until the last old grad l 1 pulled out of town the next morning. All the i old alumni were very anxious to see the new steel . stadium and they poured in from every nook and 1 A corner of the state, as well as from many states. And, what a dedication they gave to that stadium! Q The game-well, we will wait to speak of that l . ' 1 later. It is said that even Dean Droke thought l.. ,. seriously of attending the game. R. I-I. CLARK U ,.f1, ls, C, Pmilimi The parade that morning was as good as the day was cold. The sixth annual Homecoming parade surpassed all others for originality and beauty. Led by the R. O. T. C. Band, and Queen Angie Madge's Float, the parade started at ten o'clock, for once on time, and wound its way down Washington street and around the Square amid admiring crowds before it returned to the campus. The originality of the Carnall Hall Hoat gave it the first prize, while the Chi Omegas took the "grande prix" for having the best decorated house to welcome the visitors. Page I 70 '.L"i'.tL2.1,1ti'i ' f --:Y Y --.ff .V- X GF? "77n?' .:'Zf22f0?'fm'C L: in if fl fi' tif'-5itZs'i"7'7ET7' '.Qfi:f9i,'l:A?r1. HOMECOMTNG DAY -wiv Iff.'I1IIfQQ"""'i" ifm' "'ffflffQQI.I ,... If 00' ly " " RKANSAS Never Quits!" How often was it ' A , l read that afternoon when the chief attraction l of Homecoming was the game between the Razor- backs and Oklahoma A. and M. College, was in progress. The freshmen appeared in the usual Home- i coming costumes. Everything from a wild man V to a multi-millionaire was represented in the freshman bleachers. The prizes were given to Harold Hedges, Fort Smith, dressed as a "flapper," . sunshade and all, and to Miss Mildred Huns- . berger, El Dorado, the country cousin, with a "little brown jug" over her shoulder. Miss Keith, the Queen, attired in royal regalia, surrounded by her maids, presided over ANGIE MADGE KEITH the game. The Queen presented Captain Coleman of the Razorbacks with the football for the kick-off. She was given a large basket of flowers by the captain. The game was the best ever and all the old grads got a kick when Arkansas began that old comeback and the game was ended. Queen In the evening the biggest dance of the season was held in the Armory. Why? Not because Ripley was absent, but the Razorbacks had again heaped honor upon themselves and their Alma Mater. 'lil ,,i ii ii li il l l l l i I 4 . ..... 4 Page 171 ...Q .r i til if is N151 , YJ. Al Ei ,,,- ,C 4 if 'ir ,A 'Z 'Sl - 1 Q S I fgl! .5 J s fy if - if 2 if f fl Z 'i .: rr f fi ,, ,. ll nun- lENGllNlElERS' DAY ""' 'N ""' 'fffjlffif 3 l RRRR! It sure was cold, but that did not keep the Engineers from having their exhibits just as hot as ever. Of all the wonderful sights you ever saw, none of them could be quite as T wonderful as those in the electrical department. . You spoke to a racing electric motor and it l stopped dead still, like talking to old "Beck," you shouted "Cid Ap," and immediately it started. Eggs frying on ice, a never-ending stream of coffee coming out of the spout of a coffee-pot, a weight l that could not be lifted by one of the masculine sex, but which could easily be lifted by the weaker I sex. Did you ever see yourself talk? Did you T ever see yourself dead? No? Well, then you were not at the Engineers' day in 1928! A bigger and better trolley that ever was on the Toonerville trolley track that day, thanks to the untiring efforts of Leslie Bevill, but the severe cold and rainy weather prevented its working. The band boys filled the afternoon air with music as the crowds surged in and out of the buildings, delighted many exhibits. the dance. Those who were so fortunate as to "rate," received a green-and-white slide rule as an invitation to attend the biggest and hottest of all the dances of the year. Johnnie Harrison's orchestra of Joplin furnished the music, and oh boy! what music it was. Everybody saw the man play the two clarinets at the same time but no one dared to say a word about it. The grand march, a flash, the dance recorded in the Yearbook and in fond memory. - ENGINEERS' VVHO'S WHO l i l , R. H. CLARK Manager Irish folk to see the Then . 1 l' V - . 4, l',- , A Top 70'lU'-SPITZBERG, BYRD Balloon row-HUCKABY, OWEN, BROOKS, HUBBARD Page I 72 X 'Li"35"'iiiFl9 'Thar' Ii'l770?'l'2fIC3Z ff?2,5fi" mi All?" "' ""i' ', V7-'-E Ig!!-1617-'i:,"f".l l'fElif'Pl,' yi ..,-.... ,M . A 4 , . v,....i...,.,,. .1 , an , . J ,,,- , fa 5 fl ,... 4 i l i lf l L f l H ENGINEERS' DAY 'WCG IfQIQQff"i" """" ""'i""""i'm" "" W-I.'lfQffiff. 'fffff 001' F ALL the noise that has ever heralded the arrival ol St. Patrick, this year's racket overcomes that of all preceding years. The day was announced by blasts from the old whistle and the new "Wildcat," which was made by the Engineers this year. The continuous blowing of the whistles and the occasional booms of dynamite, from all angles of the campus, made late lovers wish that they had not been so long about bidding their partner goodnight. Some thought that surely Old Gabriel had come to blow his horn, others thought that the whole town was on hre, but those who knew the inside of the workings , simply consoled the troubled ones by a "Leave it to the Engineers," and even Dr. Fitchner thought that it would be the best thing to do, even though f the noise caused him to spend the rest of the night walking the fioor singing lullabics. All night the shamrock of Old St. Pat Quem, flashed on and off, intermittently with the huge electric sign which brightly proclaimed to the whole city that this night belonged wholly to the "Engineers" All night the shops and engineering buildings were aglow with lights, all night, as for many nights in advance, the Knights ofthe Patron Saint worked until no single muscle would move. The arrival of St. Patrick was anxiously awaited by the entire student body. At exactly eleven o'clock, with the auditorium packed for convocation,the celebrated Irishman who had the distinction of being the first Engineer, appeared in the form of Wycliffe Owen, with the Queeifof the day, Miss Mildred Rankin. Dr. G. W. Bissell, of Michigan State College, gave the address of the day, after which the Senior Engineers were knighted by the venerable St. Pat, and were allowed to kiss the Blarney stone. NTILDRED RANKIN 1 l l l x I Page I 7 3 AGRI DAY I ......,. ..,....,... ........ ... ..... ,... . icq'-5 4 N ..,,. .,.. ...E , . N 5, M13 7.13 sp. ........ ......... .. ....,... . ..,.. J I "' ' Mm. ....,...... ..... ' ...-. .......,.. ,.4.,,..,4..,.,....,. ...,.., .,.. ..,.,..,.,. . . ,,.... . .... .,.. ,. ,,,,... w9w.f' xxx 4 v 4 4 "Agri Days may come and go, But this one Day will go 0nf01'eve1'." O AGRI parade has ever been quite so long, no day has ever been so short, floats have never been so colorful, and farmer girls have never been so beautiful, as on the thirteenth Agri Day of the University of Arkansas held Friday, April 27, 1928, one grand Day from beginning to end. A Early that morning all Agris and Home Ecs , were astir so that they might have time to put into operation the most numerous list of attrac- tive events ever to be crowded into 24 hours. L-.....gg ,,.,,,,,,,-, , , They did it, but how they did it was more than a human, other than an Agri, could understand. fViARI,ANlJ OAKLEY At 11 o'clock the University R. O. T. C. Ivlaiirzgur Band, dressed in overalls, sounded the note of the day and shortly the Hoats and "take-offs" of the parade pulled up. Leading the long procession was Hortense, Goddess of the Agri Day, dressed in snow- white, standing in a richly adorned iloat bedecked with hay, waving to every- body, smiling to most everybody, and laughing outright at Engineers. Behind her came everything from donkeys to steers, scarcely an organization passed unscathed in the train of 25 "take-offs," prominent professors were objects of jokes: and above it all could be seen the exalted spirit of Ceres, the Goddess of Agriculture. The "take-ohm' signs ran somewhat like this: "Engineers, we can make your trolley rung" "Carnall Hall girls don't neckg "What the Engineers learned in College," t'Absent-Minded Professor Taking his Morning Walk," "Rip," and "Spirit of the Sunny South." AGRUNONXSTS , . Faso AND atoms me w,oRgn+5m.Ei'i.,1 Page I .74 f AGRI DAY --T-ft.. ...,.. . ...,.. . .,....,.. vavlv...IfQZ1QI ....., , ..... ......,...., , 901 At noon the Alumni and Agri faculty heads . A were served luncheon in the most primitive style the Home lic girls could think of. livery guest was given a large shingle and on it the lasses heaped a menu that would shock a city hotel, but one that would satisfy the achings of an under- fed stomach. After luncheon the afternoon was given over to sight-seeing and displaying of ex- hibitions. Many of the old grads had never seen the new Agricultural building which was erected last year, and which was used this year for the first time in an annual Agri Day program. Manager Garland Oakley not only Hstrutted E f his stufl"' all day, but was the center of attraction - - that night. At the Agri Show, where everything was put on from a red-headed female chorus to a square dance, he was a leading ligure. Garland couldn't make the chorus because he wasn't red-headed and otherwise, but when it came to the square dance it could readily be seen that he had been born and reared in the grand old State of Arkansas. ' Dances are seldom so pleasant and still so royal as the one the Agris put on at the end of their show. "Schmidt's Barn" was fairly alive with sparkling and elated co-eds adorned with aprons, and healthy, happy farmer boys dressed in overalls. Everything was typically "Agri" in spite of the fact that shoes were worn by both the lads and lasses. "Agri Days may come and go, But this one day will go on forever." . ' . 1 1 ' 1 'is l . ' I Page 175 l STUNT NIGHT IOC Ifllillf 'W "" """"" M "" M"fQIQIffff1If.i,l5 fZ...IfIflfIfff1III" A""""' ffffffffff 490' emu QD 'The Razorback N1 92 8' QsmWHfw,X i . li ,,r 21 l ll ii S F gill H r g H 4 L4 Th: 54 It i 4 i 5 4 .A ESIXDI. nm . DLL, .ig un-za:-:.1r::r' 322.32112 . 1 44. it 5 H F1 i. -- ...,,W,.,y Y ' HE big display of student talent, such as it is, which rates high among student activi- ties at the opening of the school year, is the frolic sponsored annually by the Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W. C. A.-Stunt Night-looked forward to by faculty and students alike. The prize of ten dollars for the most clever stunt this year went to the Pi Kappas, Women's journalistic society. The act was a presentation of a scene from a busy 'newspaper office on "How ' News is Brought in and Edited." The outstanding if campus figures were introduced, bringing their news and telling what to print and what to leave out. 'T A ' Some had serious objections to news printed, while others objected to the omitted news. W. S. Giusosox Managff Chi Omega was awarded ten dollarslfor the most artistic picture-the awakening of Howers during the coming of spring and the dance of the flowers. Other clever stunts were presented, among them the "Doll Dance," take-off by the Rootin' Rubes, showing that you never can tell what goes on in the play room after midnight. Zeta Tau Alpha presented its notes and a little song-and- dance act. The evolution of the dance, from the rough cave-man scramble to the Charleston, was traced by Kappa Kappa Gamma. "Among My Souvenirs," presented by Delta Beta, pictured an old chest filled with mementos. Carnall Hall providedmuch entertainment with their "Potato Dance." Stunt Night is an annual event and although there is always something happening to draw students away to partake of the joy of life-Stunt Nightis long looked forward to and if you don't get there early you are liable to be forced to use a periscope or not see the stunts at all. Stunts this year were of two varieties-beautiful and clever. This was a new thing for Stunt Night and was instituted to give a well diversified program. 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The 1928 Seniors pride themselves in their ig individuality not only in standardizing a Senior I i Q ring for graduates from Arkansas University, but T ' in inventing an unusual afternoon program. ROSEMARY TUOHEY During the program of stunts from the various Sc1ziorP1'esirien! iii colleges, a contest for the most unpopular pro- ji fessor was held. And, as in most things, the Arts El and Science college won by a large majority, the honor going to G. E. Ripley, professor of Physics. 1 E Approximately 130 upperclassmen and heads of departments enjoyed the V, annual banquet held at the Mountain Inn that evening. Music was furnished j by the Vagabond orchestra. There among cocktails and red and white carna- I ' tions, Gaston Bell, as toastmaster, introduced a Senior from each college who, 1 as one said, "made a speech." Margarette upheld the Arts and Science college, and Tommie the Education college, as well as Coach Schmidt's men, all others Q on the program seemed to be men! Paul X. defended Law School, Raybon spoke for the farmers, Merrill told how one learns to extract money "painlessly," and Wycliffe pleaded for the Engineers. ., ,, . Q After visiting the ruins of the University Shops, which burned about eight, z ' l . a rush was made for the Armory where the junior-Senior dance was in progress. Ci T Music was furnished by Mitchell's orchestra. Everyone was there, even some qi 0' J , .. lowly Freshmen and not quite so lowly Sophomores who had "rated" a bid to Q3 A 4 lj .. , an event for the entertainment of upperclassmen, and the dance was a success, 6 as usual. P15 5 :QL 3 Again a new block was laid in the Senior Walk, again a class had gone out il into the world and again the traditions which make a University were left to the Junior class . f l 2 . ' ' ati 4 . . Hg ' ll! 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Dear Sir: I am returning herewith the photographs of the entrants in your beauty contest, and of which I have selected six who seemed to me the most charming. ,Here's wishing you every success with your year-book. Sincerely, .Qnnher JW!!! va, t Jef- The timherinduftry has developed in- to one gf the moot important z'ndu.rtrz'ef of the State, ranking seventh among the Statef in the production oflunzher. Through the eftahlifhment of .Nd- tionalforexte in Ulrhaneaf, the eomfng generationf are eufured gp a timber Jufph. we SEWWFKXZXZESQ Athletic Ediior JIM ISBELL L . 4 ml' i u I ' v f 4 "5 ' 1 V ,K . , , A .,n. ' ,. ' .ul ' ,. -.y 4 , -u,..4 , , .1 . A " " , Y. . - ,via .,. 5. ' . ' .4 . 1 , -. 'Wg Q ' ,- 1 1 11- ! f - . r.. -. 2".J' 44. - ' '. 4.4, "' If ,. :- , Q. 4 - n 1-v ,. l , 'E AJIHLEIHCS '. 'N v l .J,t,,, lgw, Lck., ,I Avk IHU11' 193 Awuuc lVI,xm:1c KICVIII IIlN7ll'f70IIII'lI.Lf QIIUUII :?5L...3:iE2.'.--1.1 """""'5'i7i3"7'!1:' ,liiffmfiiflffjixi uiiiilh' 63-7 'F' Lffiflaffm INTERCOLLEGTATE ATHLETIC COUNCIL i:.:::1:3::::::ii:::1:i::1i5::1::':11:'Ii1:11: .,.. . .... 31331Qi111Qf1i'i1" i1i1i1L3:oo- I ' OFFICERS PRES. J. C. FUTRALL . . Ex Ojicio President PROIP. B. N. XVILSON . . . Chairman I MEMBERS y COACH FRANCES A. SCI-IMIDT ARTIIUR RAYNOR DR. HARRISON HALE GLEN RosE PROF. JAMES KI5SSl.liR EUSEL COLEMAN PROII. ANTONIO MARINONI B. N. TVILSON ROBLEMS confronting the athletic department of the University are solved by this Council of five faculty members and three students. The faculty members are appointed by the President while the student members are elected by popular vote of the student body in the regular spring elections. The stu- dents on the committee are given the same rights of voting and other privileges as the faculty members. Since the inauguration of this committee system, athletics have been placed on a much firmer system. B. N. Wilson has charge of the expenditures of the athletic clepartmenti a position which he has filled for the last twenty years. It is mainly through the efforts of this Council that the new steel bleachers were erected on the football held this year. They were constructed and are being paid for totally from the receipts of the athletic contests. The awarding of athletic letters and honors is one of the lighter charges of this committee. -. I 1 . SCHMIDT RAYNOR MARINLJNI COLEMAN Page l94 I 4... f A .in Yftlf- ,' .M if I-31,741 ..'. THE COACHES tot .... -... .... 11.7 it fm. .... ... .... ... .. ...,..... Q . .. ..,.. ..,...,,. as FRANCIS A, Scinvnm' ' Finishing his sixth year as pilot of Arkansas' athletic teams, "Schmiddy" has an enviable record in the whole southwestern part of the country. Coming to this school when basket ball o was played only as an intramural sport, Schmidt it has made Arkansas famous in this sport even from the start. This season marks the third straight time the Southwestern Conference basket ball title has been taken into camp, and that with an all-victorious team. The past season has been the most successful season the football team has had in many years, losing only one game, which was to'the Conference champions. Schmidt has produced wonderful results with his meager , resources ever since he came to us. The best part ' is that they keep getting more wonderful. FRANCIS A. Scnivnnr FRED THoMsEN , "Tommie," the cornhusker star athlete from Nebraska, has just completed a most successful year. This is the first year with the coaching staff and all have been more than pleased with his ability. No small part of the credit for the great team this past season can be accredited to him. As head track coach, he turned out a team that beat Hendrix for the first time since Coach Grove has been at Conway. What else need be said? LIEUT. GUY KINMAN "Lieutenant" was the guiding light of the yearling Porkers this past season. VVhile not busy with his military duties, he likes nothing better than to help the coaching staff. As a football coach, he helped take the Freshmen through an all-victorious season--as a track official and assistant coach, he is proclaimed the best starter that ever fired a gun on the local oval. HERMAN BOOZMAN "Boozie" was the head coach of the Freshmen. He is the former captain of the varsity football team, and demonstrated that he had not forgotten all he learned of the sport by coaching an all-victorious team, which met some of the stiffest opposition in this part of the country. A A r fl Lift! Fmuus 'ICHOMSEN KINMAN BoozMAN Page I0 5' 1 4-1' 93 ni.. C, ""ff"i.w ,t'ff?7UI'l1a"f4'Tl4I f 491251 .q1f??1 VARSITY CLUB -Axe If "" """W'fflfQI, OFFICERS ARTHUR RAYNOR EUSEL COLEMAN , RAY HA NLEY Football Letterm en GARLAND BEAVERS GEORGE COLE EUSEL COLEMAN JAMES COWGER JEFF DONATHAN LEIGI-ITON MCGILL GLEN ROSE SAMMIE ROSSON RICHARD MILLER ALVA WINTERS WEAR SCHOONOVER GENE LAMEERT HUDSON WREN NEAL HARMON JOE MOORE CLYDE VAN SICKLE CLARENCE GEIS KENT KIRBY NELSON SADLER QUENTIN CRABAUGII CARNALL GARDNER CLARENCE GEIS - MEMBERS Basket Ball Letterrnert GLEN ROSE RALPH HAIZLIP ARTHUR HALE PAUL KAYS TOM PTCKEL HAROLD STEELE WEAR SCI-IOONOVER ROY PRUETT HOWVARD HORST JETHRO HENDERSON .Ifff 90' President . Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer Track Letterrnert GEORGE CQRESHAM JAMES COWGER TED PETERS ERBIE TILMON PHILIP MCRAE CHARLES FRIERSON PELHAM MCGEE A. D. MCGUIRE GENE LAMBERT S. D. ARMSTRONG CLYDE TREECE Baseball Lettermerz GEORGE COLE JEFF DONATIIAN RAL1-H HAIZLHI HORACE KREGAL ROBERT JACOBS A. W. PORTER ARTHUR RAYNOR JR Page 196 -A.b..- xzuiur JWM: Q' M UW M XM 1 I W' X: 6 HJ in i E5 N S S S va ? 1-.. '4 in N2 RT 1 8 1 il .g, Q 1 ff5 ?ifE E :il3Q,f. 129515 ,.A,1 1 " I 47" , , W ff N A3 S, xllfl I P, x I 1 1, 7 'QL j 'E . QMQQMJS ooffmll EUSIEL CoL1sMAN, Caplrmr RESUME OE THE SEASON LTHOUGH accorded only mediocre prospects at the outset, Coaches Schmidt and Thomsen moulded their 1927 material into one of the strongest teams ever produced at Arkansas. The Razorbacks, conquering eight teams from five states, took third place in Conference standing with three wins and one defeat, inflicted by the champion Texas Aggies. Arkansas also enhanced Conference prestige by running up big scores on Louisiana and the Oklahoma Aggies, H326 Missouri Valley champs. Cole and Rose were almost unanimous choices for the All-Conference team, and both were prominently mentioned as All-American timber. Beavers, Dona- than, Gardener and Captain Coleman were give All-Conference mention by critics. Letters were awarded to Captain Coleman, Cole, Rose, Donathan, Ros- son, Cowger, Sadler, Beavers, Kirby, Ceise, Crabaugh, Wren, Moore, Schoonover, Lambert, Harmon, Van Sickle, Gardener and Captain-elect Winters. Page I 98 xv Ury, J ,'lg'FK,, , . .,,. A I .Mk Texas A. and M.. S. M. U .....,... Arkansas .... . Texas. . . . . . Page I 99 ALVA W1N'ric1zs, Capmin-elect RECORD OF GAMES Arkansas .... . . . 32 College of the Ozarks. . . Arkansas .... . . 13 Baylor .......,.,.,.. . Arkansas .... . . 6 Texas A. and M ..,.... . Arkansas .... . . 34 Missouri School of Mines. . . Arkansas .... . 28 Louisiana University ,... Arkansas .... , 10 T. C. U. ............. . Arkansas . . , , 33 Oklahoma A. ancl M . . . . Arkansas , . , . 42 Austin College .... . . . . Arkansas ..,. . . . 20 Hendrix ...,..... . . . Arkansas ............. 218 Opponents .... SOUTl'lWl'IS'l'liRN CONFIERENCE STANDING W 'l' Pd. W L T Pal. 4kj M 1 .900 'l'. C. U. .. 2 .400 4 1 0 .800 Rice ..... 1 3 0 .250 3 0 .750 Baylor. . .. 0 .000 2K4 25 I .500 , . A. 4:3 i 'Eff' 5 A M cn more : ,. ' C "Fi 'ir r-" i 1 a 'Cen Upmwmiffia fs" " Y I nun gncrurr mn c now.- . 6 W, 1-- ' s Ou MS! - - ' -' --"1 '7""'f"e ' e , ' SUNDA, vom ur H I iii i ri XIIHREVEZZ-SIRT TIMES ',p,,,..w-Is" gheet Figures Razorback Gridsters W D i s B f a fine Of Best Elevens In University HistoryLAfZQB:'g,s BIGGESTii o i .................... s P U ii MMVM in if NO Prcfune I . -MW Resume 0f Season :Q i,1'3Z..,1'ZZ'J5Z L",,1'iL1iZ?ii,J3 .. Eighteen Porkers RIDIRON U. GALS ARE CRUSHED ' 4' Winters, captain-elect of the 1928 ' U i . ' , PML M Shows No Defeats il Lzigiflg 1312",n,E,2',,":'5,,i:g,g'1Z Given Covered "A" S. U. BEANLTST- +-+1".t-5-4 ' 'V , , ' In Little Rock where lt wr: lem ' ...l I A 3 On Home Gridiron 1 ggggygfyfvf-0' 'liillil A5 Season Clgsesi A NE , ' .... ,,- af v- ' ky la , .ff.-w , :ig . 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Q 9 XXQ-19 XQZJVE' x 5' H MJ?" ' MW 4 ' ' :A A x NW' 'IWW' 971' H28-0 . M - -M QQ? 'WTF , A' K W0 .B H Q Q , Avvlk 'Y i ---- -.-W ,,TfMrA-tix 'Dkl'n,, Q JYQFRS Y F mms J .. . 4 iP A !. ' . l emEQgFilm A g E, ' 9-., wq.4i.,g,,,u'?M'gfffwM.5y?,Q, -11. L,. V fx"j'f: 4k..,.y , 1. ' ' Y t X Clean lo H fSx.. f . A ' ,, ,,,. .,.. M ,,...-..W-n..--f, ,,,,,.,,,., .,.::tijj.f1..i,. ., .,-..,,-,.., ,.,.. - .,..,.y. q A f L f o . I A' V N . , My s n A. A 1 4. f I lr to Defem m.g1fiz n mwgarovs rn, ARKANSAS 32HCOl,LliGli OF OZARKS 0 The Razorbacks ushered in the gridiron season with the Mountaineers from the Col- lege of Ozarks. Rain fell throughout the game and the field was a sea of mud. Despite the mud, the Razorbacks swished through the Mountaineers for Five touchdowns, Coma while Coach Thon1sen's linemen were holding the Ozarkians to two first downs. ARKANSAS 13-BAYLOR 6 The following Saturday, Arkansas chalked up her first fonference victory by trouncing the Baylor Bears at Fayetteville. The Bears were on the defensive all through the first half, the Razorbacks threatening their DoNA'rnAN goal four times. The third drive carried the ball to Baylor's four- yard line, where Donathan ripped through tackle for a touchdown. A fourth advance was halted when VVasham, Baylor safety, in- tercepted an Arkansas pass and broke away for a touchdown just as the half ended. Shortly after the second half began, Rose blocked a Baylor punt, which he recovered to run for a touchdown. Thereafter, limvnus the Razorbacks settled down to de- fensive football, and the contest ended without further scoring. ARKANSAS 6-TEXAS A. and M. 40 The brilliance of Old Sol and Joel Hunt, Coleman? Colmrls Page 202 C'fJi.fiii7?f W W if ??ff2'af'!:f'zfff".fg Aggieland's all-American halfback, was the most potent factor in the Razorback's loss to the Texas Aggies. Playing in the heat of a South Texas sun, the Porkers fought the Farmers to a standstill, and were prevented from scoring by a pass into the end zone. Then the brilliant Hunt broke loose for two touchdowns just be- I.,xii1mu'r fore the hall' ended. The Razor- backs scored as the second half began. Cole passing to Lambert for a long gain and taking the ball over on plunges. Finally, however, the Razorbacks succumbed to the overwhelm- ing reserve strength of the Aggies and the great Aggie machine, which later swamped Texas and M. U. swept to victory. ARKANSAS 34-NIU. MINFIS 0 Ckaiiiwon Undaunted by their loss to the Aggies, the Razorbacks began their comeback by whipping the touted Missouri Miners to a frazzle. Led by the sensational Cole, the Razorbacks tore through the Miners at will. The line played a strong game and held the flashy Miner ball-toters well in check. ARKANSAS 28-LOUISIANA 0 The Razorbacks startled the Coxvom: experts the next Saturday by run- ning roughshod over a fine Louisiana team at Shreveport. I-Iitherto undefeated, and having stemmed the famed Crimson tide of Alabama, , . in . f K . Mo-wing Down the Mzners Page zos NAL 'uf we f J Thr RUZOFIJHCR f-192 the Tigers were big favorites to win. With the first kick-off, however, the Razorbacks un- leashed a versatile attack which carried them across the Tiger goal in four minutes. Thus it was the whole game. Mixing short passes with a smashing line attack the Schmidt-men drove irresistibly through the Ben- GARDENEIQ gals for four touchdowns. Cole led the scoring with 22 points, but his fine play was matched by that of Beavers, Donathan, and Geise. The line badly out- played the huge Tiger forwards, the young- sters, Gardener, Kirby, Schoonover, and Cra- baugh, starring, as well as the veterans, Cap- tain Coleman, Winters, Cowger, and Rose. ARKANSAS 10-T. C. U. 3 Rosm The Razorbacks went to Fort Worth to end their Conference sea- son with the Horned Frogs of T. C. U. Led by Rags Matthews, all-American end, the Frogs presented a great defensive line-up, having al- ready held Texas and the mighty Texas Ag- gies to scoreless ties. During the first half, Arkansas kept the ball in Frog territory, due to Cole's consummate passing. The half ended with the ball in Arkansas' VAN Srcxuz possession on the T. C. U. 5-yard line. T. C. U. scored first with a field goal. On the kick-off, Donathan raced through the Frogs for 63 yards, and Cole tied the score with a held goal. Soon after, Geise , , ' l . .,.,, ,, . lf. 1 ' ' J Scnmmage in the Baylor Game Page 204 mnrxunnvynxvunzruzur-runnnvrrrrrvvvrrrvnrrxrwnnmfzrtrrrvrmzirirr tux 9, 'YV' 'TT' TYFWY TY 'YT TY YT 'YT,Tf7r-mia -i!'.T 5 ,QB "Phe Razorback 928' broke loose for two long gains to carry the ball past mid-field. Cole passed to Rose and the tall end dashed across the goal for the winning touchdown. This was Arkansas' third Con- ference win. ARKANSAS 33-OKLAHOMA AGGIES 20 HARMON Their Conference season ended, the Razorbacks climaxed the local season with a spectacular Homecoming victory over the Oklahoma Aggies, 1926 champions of the Mis- souri Valley. The game was one of the great- est aerial duels ever seen in the Southwest, Co1e's-rifle-shot passes winning out over the long arching heaves of Wright, the Aggie ace. The Razorbacks started with a rush and before the hrst quarter Kuusv was over had scampered thrice across their bewildered opponents' goal. The half ended with the score 20 to 6 in Arkansas' favor. The Aggies threw a scare into the elated Homecomers in the third quarter when they took the offensive to score two touch- downs on long passes and runs. The Porkers braced, however, marching down the field for a score and were deep in Aggie terri- tory for another as the game Scuooirovizu ended. ARKANSAS 42-AUSTIN COLLEGE 0 The Razorbacks wound up their honie schedule with an easy win over the Austin T-"'f7?'?"7 ' H if -,iii !L:'." ,. LS rxxxxxunnxrxxuuxxv 3, ' E g Q Smashing Through the llliners Page 205 w'vr1u4uiir1zi .,,,,,.,,-,, .,,K, i , M' Q f :',fj,'fji,r2i'Il,NfI' 117.25 L, mx.: ' . College Kangaroos. The North Texans put up a gallant fight, but were too light to cope with the Porker stalwarts. Although the field was heavy with mud, the Razorbacks had no trouble penetrating the Kangaroo defense, with Donathan's 45-yard run for a touchdown a feature. The line was virtually Moonua impregnable to the Kangaroo as- saults and only once did the Pouchers threaten with their noted air attack. ARKANSAS 20-H ENDRIX 7 To close the season, the Razorbacks jour- neyed to Little Rock for a tilt with their ancient rivals, the Hendrix Bulldogs. A pass- ing duel had been expected but failed to materialize. The surge of the big Rossox Razorback line and the impact of charging backs beat the Bulldogs steadily back. Hendrix, however, played alert football and took advantage of inoppor- tune Porker fumbles to hold the score down. This contest marked the end of the varsity grid careers of Captain Coleman, Rose, Dona- than, Cole, Cowger, and Rosson. All of them played stellar roles in their final game for Arkansas. Gisisn ESQ Tw 'fin 7 aclzling the Tiger Page 206 'ii ii- 'f""H...:4'.flfi'.4t-'C cw"""5', U 'Thin' .Rfi7fI!'!,w?4':'I' xliflf 1 g,i.n,1 I i .l LW iii 4 PROSPECTUS Q ' FTER losing Coleman, Cole, Rose, Cow- ger, Rosson, Donathan, and Sadler, the 1928 Razorbacks face one of the most strenu- ous schedules in the school's history. Missis- sippi, Baylor, Texas, Texas Aggies, and I.. S. U. come almost in order, the Homecoming clash with the Texas Aggies on October 20 being the feature of the Wann local season. Other opponents in- clude the College of the Ozarks, Rolla, Okla- homa Baptists, and Southwestern at Mem- phis. The outstanding p r 0 b l e m confronting i Coach Schmidt is the development of a punter l and passer to replace the brilliant Cole. The veteran Beavers will probably be groomed for the job. An abundance of line L material composed of veteran let- SAn1.1au A termen and reserves along with a if ,5 number of husky freshmen, will be available Z' With such huskies as Wiiiters Gardener Buckalew, Moore, Kirby, Varnell, Van Sickle Lambert, Schoonover, Anglin, and Creighton lx t. 1 1 4 K " on hand the Razorbacks should have one of 1 the strongest lines in the section. Beavers if Geise and Miller form the nucleus for a back iN field. Other candidates will in ' clude Fondren, Holmes, Thomp- Animas son. Dale, Masters and McGregor if Creighton may be shifted to the backfield All because of his speed 'iii iii . if iii 'ffl ' l ln JS all in fl fl 'il ig' ii Rose Goes Down Nic Field l Pup' 207 l 'rn , . :,. :m . wr. ' 'f ETD 'Tile If'l7707'fJl'ICk f -1 925' Q55'3?"f'?fuf.- l r 'L11l1II1.. .. 7,0 i. E I 'lr lf xn..w-.. ,4 F? : fl F ii -1 ,3 V 3 ii ll ,Q lr ,J ,. ,Z fi 11 if A Y 1 2 i 3-'f lr? , fl 3? H . if ,.. 9 H -4 f rf 1 if V4 .2 is 'A fe .1 l-E If ,A id 4 ,4 iz A if V1 . 4. fl' il fi 1 4,1 J ff .., 1 fl lv The Undefeated Froslz FRESHMAN FOOTBALL OR the second straight season Coach Farris' wearers of the Green went through the season undefeated. Boasting a line average of 185 pounds and a galaxy of good backs, the Porkerettes battered three strong junior college teams from Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri into defeat, and' hooked up with the varsity in strenuous scrimmages, thus getting experience that will stand them in good stead in 1928. The Oklahoma Miners furnished the first opposition for the Farris- men and were defeated 25 to 6. The strong Aggie team from Beebe came to Fayetteville and caught the junior Porkers weakened by the ineligibility of several stars. Although considerably outgained, the Frosh pulled out with a one-point win, 7 to 6. The last clash was with the Ozark Wesleyan aggregation from Carthage, Mo. The Metho- dists fell before the fighting Frosh, 24 to 6. Eighteen freshmen were awarded numerals at the close of the season. Those reporting for spring football received a numeral sweater instead of the customary jersey. Numeral men were A. P. Ryland, John Hilton, Milan Creighton, Ashley French, Hollis Buckalew, Oliver Holmes, Ray Anglin, Bob MacGregor, Bob Lyle, Thomas Finney, Milton McAlvaney, Moody Pearson, julian Masters, Jack Newton, Aubrey Butler, Larkin Hobbs, Herbert Arthurs, Clifton Wade. Page 208 1 g 209 14 vii m f-Q' WWW I I f I My MHMMM viuiiljn Mn DF QQ Ag, si 5 xg' 5 'S 9 4 J I4 1 1 ' Q :VA r' ae? 'DN f ' V "' . .- iw" 11 1 , V, 'X' .4, N A , 1- f 1,. ' f ling' I7 I' -A fx ' . va '53 fm E M' 5, , l-2 'J ee 2 -MAX' ajfceffv all l I l l 4 l l 1 l l l l ls l. l l l ' . CAPTAIN fiI.EN ROSE RESUME OE THE SEASON OR THE third straight time, the Arkansas Razorbacks, under the tutelage of Coach Francis A. Schmidt, won the Southwestern Conference Championship in basket ball. Combining un- paralleled scoring power with defensive strength, comparable, if not equal, to that of the great Red and White quintet of 1926, the Arkansans swept through the conference like a rabid razor- back through a Texas turkey ranch, losing not a single game and setting a new scoring record with 463 points as against their opponents' 270. Admittedly the greatest team in Southwestern history, the Schmidt-men were hailed by critics as one of the outstanding cage machines of the country. The Razorbacks again won the lion's share ol' All-Conference honors. Several competent critics picked the entire Porker line-up for the First team. Captain Glen Rose was, for the third time, a unanimous choice for All-Conference guardg a record unprecedented in Southwestern history. Tom Pickel was also a unanimous choice for center. I-laizlip, Schoonover and Lambert were all favorites with the all-star pickers. "A"s were awarded to Capt. Rose, l-Iaizlip, Pickel, Lalmbert, Schoonover, Horst, Hale, Kays and Prewitt. Gold basket balls, emblematic of the championship, were also awarded to the letter men. Page 210 1 41 SUI:-CAPTAIN RALPH l'lA1zL1P RECORD OF GAMES Arkansas .......... 33 Arkansas .... . . 28 Arkansas. . . . . 42 Arkansas .... . . 59 Arkansas. . . . . 59 Arkansas. . . . . 34 Arkansas. . . . . 48 Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas .. 34 ,. 20 .. 28 .. 42 Arkansas ........ . . 46 Arkansas ...... 463 nge 211 T. C. U ,.......... . 18 T. C. U .... . 24 Texas .... . 26 Texas .... . 29 Baylor ..... . 21 Baylor ..... . 21 S. M. U .... . 26 S. M. U .... . 22 Rice ............. . 11 Rice ...,........... . 23 Texas A. and M .... . . 18 Texas A. and M ..... ..... ' 31 Opponents .... . . . 270 'Tm Rmorzmcn M1928 , Y THE NGN-STOP FLIGHT OACH SCI-IMIDT'S champions got off to a flying start by taking two hard-fought tilts from the T. C. U. Horned Frogs. Trail- ing at the half in the first game, the Razor- backs came back in the second stanza to cop the contest, 23 to 18. The second game was a thriller. The Porkers led till the I-Ifuztiv last few minutes when T. C. U. fought back to a tie with a volley of sensational long shots, the last slithering through the loop just as the final gun sounded. The Arkansans forged ahead in the extra period to win, 28 to 24. Reckoned as among Arkansas' outstand- ing rivals for the title, the Texas Longhorns came to Fayetteville only to see their hopes wane before the onslaught of Ross Schmidt's mighty machine. The flashy Texas sharpshooters were limited to long shots by the great guarding of Captain Rose and Lambert, while the Steers shifted their style of defense again and again in futile efforts to stop the fast-breaking Pigs. The Arkansans took the first game by a de- cisive margin, 42 to 26, and the following night, with Haizlip, Schoonover and Pickel, leading the rout, ran wild to set SCHOONOVER a Conference scoring record, 59 to 29. This record was hardly sooner made than tied. Rose's Ramblers broke through the Page 212 ""'i57'i?D LTITM- R11z'07'lJl143k 91Z-li' M' 'M' Baylor Bears at Waco for a 59-to-21 win and followed this up with a 34-to-21 victory over the Bruins. Wliile waiting for S. M. U., Coach Schmidt sent his charges against the Hendrix Bulldogs, collegiate champions of Arkansas for years. The Bulldogs were easy for the Razorbacks, and were defeated, 69 to 30, and 50 to 24. Then came the undefeated S. HAL12 M. U. Mustangs, to make their bid for the Razorbacks' crown. But just as Texas and T. C. U. before them, the Ponies fell he- fore the sparkling play of Rose et al. The first night, Rose and Lambert silenced Allison, the Mustangs' big gun, while Haizlip and Pickel were hitting the hoop with uncanny regularity to score 48 points to their oppo- nents' 26. A. Hale, substitute for- ward, also turned in a sensational Kms game. The next night Schoonover led the scoring as the Razorbacks took a somewhat closer contest 34 to 22. To wind up the season, Coach Schmidt led his undefeated six-footers to South Texas for a series with Rice and Texas A. and M At Houston the Porkers encountered un expected opposition in an inspired Rice team and were extended to take two hard-fought tilts from the Owls, Piuzxvri-'1 20 to 11 and 28 to 23. The Razor backs cinched the gonfalon at College Station with two wins from the Aggies, 42 to 18 and 46 to 31 hx. Page 2 I 3 6' .'l V I. PROSPECTUS ESPITI1 the loss of such lmportant verte brae from the Ramrbackbone as Rose Ha17l1p and Kays Coach Schmldt w1ll have good prospects for another w1nn1ng team ln 1929 Lambert Plckel and Qchoonover All Conference men w1ll return along., wlth A Hale Horst and Prewltt letter men Henderson Eldson H Hale Ilousl Dxamant Mxllard and other re serves of 1928 w1ll be 1n the runmng for places on the vars1ty On the other hand lt appears probable that Arkansas hardest games w1ll be on forexgn courts next year and thls fact may welgh agalnst the champlons chances for a fourth stralght Hag C oach I+arr1s freshman squad whose plc ture IS seen below wxll send up some promlslng materlal for the Imrmzm Commg campa1gn The rangy Porkerettes led by Qaptam Jrm Plckren had a successful season defeatxng a number of hlgh school Hves mcludlng the strong W1nslow and Fort Smlth aggregatlons and showxng up well 111 frequent scrlmmages w1th the varslty Numerals were awarded to the followmg Captam Plckren Dudlev Adams Holt Ollver Masters B urns Robbms and Bacchus Prcxnr. 'fi X-N l 'l 5 l l a I 5 I Q5 l l l i l l l l 1 Page 2l 4 :Y-ff ai..-4 Wywfy x NS? jffffwm, mf k E' My QS S X ff 5.-"'2?,., VT 15' ,tif ' -B, 'ix fiiia li-.'-ill" X . . ff f A 'Z , 6. -1 1 : I 1, A t '- !"', N.- W ' X ' ' X-"fx vim" XX , Q "3 L, A --ww AX ' 3: 11 ' 1 3? ,A -tr 4 ' f' 5' fg ak 1 I, .Ak "N . f I X I 1 SAX 3- 5 X N I 1 Q 4' Q + f ff SN kxxxgiixxxxg. -UNK' aid! l:fi....,':?::.'.. , 1 Y iff- ,fffmwf !.f.z .ft 11' -,Z 5315.3 La sm- X 1 4 CAPTAIN Alrruuk RAYNOR HE Razorbacks, after getting off to a bad start, came back and developed into one of the strongest teams developed at the University in recent years. Unfavorable weather and lack of a playing field during the training season were the causes for the early losses. Going to Texas after having had little practice, the Razorbacks dropped four games to S. M. U. and Baylor, two of them by one- run margins. At Fayetteville the Porkers split a series with the University of Chicago, and won three out of four games from the State Teachers and the College of the Ozarks on a road trip. The season was climaxed by a brilliant victory over the strong Fort Smith Twins. Two games were taken from an All-Star nine and two contests with the State Teachers still remain to be played. Letters were awarded to the following: Capt. Raynor, Haizlip, Rose, Cole, Donothan, Hanley, Williams, Fondren, Brewer, Horst, Trimble, Fulmer, Geise, Douglass. Page 216 '7'lzr' R nZ07'b17Ck M1 925' G1f'ii'f"H7Tf QM- 'U'- Pagc 217 .xy- I Arkansas .... Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas SUB-CAPTAIN RALPH l'lAlZI.lP RECORD OF GAMES .. 5,1 S.M.U... .. 4,1 Baylor... . . . 2, 4 Chicago ....... . . . 2, 3 State Teachers. . . . 18, 5 College of Ozarks ..... . 4 Fort Smith ..... . 3, 7 All-Stars. . . 6, 11 5, 16 8, 2 6, 0 5, 0 2 2, 4 The Razorback baseball team was greatly handicapped durmq the spring training season both by cold and rainy weather and lack of an adequate place for workouts The football gridiron had been turtlebacked and was not available for practice In addition the rainy weather which kept Coach Far- llANI LY 11S squad indoors retarded work on the new baseball diamond and it was not ready until the season had opened S M U lhus the Razorbacks after scanty pre- llmm try practice entrained for lexas for a four game series with S M U and Baylor. llvlth Haillip on the mound, the Co 1 Razorbacks dropped the hrst to the Mustangs 0 to 5 M. U. 1umped off 111 the lead and the Razorbacks came back strong in the late ll'll11l1gS with a rally that just fell short of a tie The next day the Ponies pounded Hanley the Razor- backs veteran portside hard while Miller, who hurled for the Mustangs hmited the Razorbacks to a single bmgle The score was 11 tol Paul X Williams getting 1IAmu Arkansas lone hlt and run. BAYLOR The Razorbacks started the Baylor series at VVaco by dropping a close contest to the Iennmgs men Brewer relieved Horst in the X Wife riffs? , -S Page 218 second and hooked up with Shelton, Bruin ace, in a pitchers' duel. The Razorback sopho- more held the Bears, who loom as Conference champions, to four hits, while his mates were gathering twice as many off the Baylor star, but faltered in the eighth and the Bears won, 5 to 4. The Bears went on a slugfest the following day and pounded Rose, Hanley, and Horst for'l8 hits to win, 16 to 1. Arkansas' Fielding miscues Hgured materially in the scoring. DONATHAN CHICAGO UNIVERSITY The Farris-men dedicated the new base- ball diamond with University of Chicago Maroons, a strong Big Ten aggregation. The first game was played on a cold, windy day, and the lads from the Rose Windy City won by the score of 8 to 2. The Razorbacks were unable to do anything with the slow curves of Zimmerman, the Maroon ace, and were held to two hits. Haizlip, Razorback smokeball artist, pitched a good game except for the second inning, when the Maroons ran in six markers on hits and Arkansas errors. Williams played a line game in the Held for Arkansas. The Razorbacks made their en- RAYNOR try into the win column by tak- ing the second contest from the Chicagoans, 4 to 2. The Porker batsmen came to life and drove out some lusty clouts off the south- paw flinging of Kaplan, Chicago hurler. .AJ Trimble is tagged on second Page 219 IU-17' 4- UD 'Thr R020 TIJGCR M1 92 5' Donathan featured the willow work with two hits and two sacrifices. Crawford slammed out a long homer in the eighth but was out when he failed to touch second. Brewer held the Maroons to six hits. Al- though he was in hot water several times due to faulty support, he stood the Bmzvvizn Maroon sluggers on their Big Ten ears at critical moments. STATE TEACHERS The Chicago series ended, the Razor- backs' competition with out-of-state nines and they left on a road trip for games with the State Teachers at Conway and the College of the Ozarks at Clarksville. Powell of the Teachers held the Razorbacks Wu.L1AMs in check while the Pedagogues were hitting Brewer and Rose to win the first game, 6 to 2. Donathan's batting again featured for Arkansas, his triple along with Haizlip's single and Captain Raynor's sacrifice, accounting for the Razorbacks' two runs. The next day Haizlip was invincible and the Razorbacks grabbed off the second game of the series, 3 to 0. Waldrip of the Teachers also pitched a fine Housr game but was forced to bow to the lithe Razorback veteran. COLLEGE OF THE OZARKS On their way back from Conway, the Razorbacks stopped off at Clarksville and 1 N1 ri 7' 1' 1 ' . I 1 B -C, ,.,. NIE ' ' 't"9i5W?"'W+"'3 ' , A? If . sq' rv, , X . in sv if .n ., h X gi, MV f. ali- 'C-1'i,,'a,...i. - wv1-wg:-1 he 3 ff ' if ,.i .f32l,,,r+" .. 4, I w'-,VHS . . .. .M -- '. MRS , s!'..f-mg, a x r i . " M 'fig A. gf kk 4 v . 4,14 i,wi t Q. Zi EY liifxjfi Q: . W . R , ... 'V s. . -.' Wi' W if rf V tw. " .i W L ' fv.2i1Z1'fnvf X 1 Q ,rw 433 5 ,gifts W. -for f ,. A , -i fu-fl wi - , fd' '5"9:vxi:'Qf1Yl9tQif .M '. -, - , . ' " "ii iw '-,jjl,i,,.M 'V A Y. A 7'5ff,,g,,.' ggi' '1.- 1' .1'--'f.y.a.a-:- as -1--f ' I , v f Rf "f-1 .... -. . ,W Cole slams out a homer in second inning of game with Twins Page 220 :fbi 'Ml z.: -vr -i::'fv:w1--- wwf.fr-r1'1'v'1'Tr1'1"' f 1 f H' if 'P' V" W 2 "Y 'I' ' 'V' ,WT 1' I' f lm- ! W 'The Razorback handed the Mountaineers of the College of the Ozarks a couple of trouncings. The Razor- backs went on an old-fashioned slugging bee to win the first game, 8 to 5. Horst held the Mountaineers to seven hits and turned in his first win of the year. Brewer hurled a three- hit game the next day and the Razorbacks won a shut-out Vic- Doucms tory, 5 to 0. FORT SMITH TWINS The high light of the diamond season came when the Razorbacks turned back 'the Fort Smith Twins, champions of the Western Association, a class B circuit, in an exhibition game at Fort Smith. The collegians showed they meant business when Cole hit the first ball pitched out of Fowmuzn the park. Cole, Captain Raynor, and Douglas all found the league pitching to their liking, each cracking out a pair of hits. Horst pitched a brilliant game, limiting the Twins to five blows ALL STARS A pair of games which the Gmsiz Razorbacks were to have played with the College of the Ozarks were rained out The next opponents to face the Farris men were the All Stars, an aggregation composed mostly of ex varsity stars The old timers put up a surprising struggle but the Razor backs took both games K5 1926 rliil ' 'AMN , I! 'rv 'S ' Him ' K. 5 I ' ' -5 X .Nfl , L AW, K5 Q if A X Q ryhx xl I NX 3' l 4 XM s s- 1 N . v i ml 4-5... ,iii 'Q fit. . - ,.-N-?,,i.-tr4,.eg.. digg rs l 4 ' P v A T91 bw i., i .ig mg w r hi, A Z ,ff li " -. X 'L 1 A f' Q r 1 I' I V Q ' X , if X , -5 A X i AA X I i l C 4 -i s f ,Ji f 1 M l xxx X ff Nb If Hanley roundmg th1rd lo bring 'in a wining run 'zrxu rn rr l 111 urn . I Page 221 lTrrvn17rtxX,rrrl'n.uTulrxunurrzzluxr rixvnrt!u:i'lxnvn11.:rryurnzzxxrfmzrx nnunrn.rrnu'n1,Lu1r1Hunnx 5 A ' v fv .- T .TT' TY 'YY 'YV' 'YYT 'YY' 'YT "l V"'ii"fT"V'l 'TT' YW" """?'Y"' ""1l'Y' 'YW YY 1 .xi ' 4-...ff 1 ...-,iw .,.- hr I , L. . , . , 1. f I .9 ' . ' iffffi- mf! PROSPECTUS ASEBALL will be discontinued as a major sport at the University of Arkansas in 1929 Reasons given for this step were Finan- cml loss involved, inability to schedule games, general lack of interest by the Tummi student body. If, however, there is a sufficient sentiment for the revival of the sport next year, it will be restored in 1930. It is to be hoped that this vull take place and that the great national game will be brought back to stay. Prospects for next year would be good despite the gradu- ation of a large number of veterans. Brewer 'md Horst form the nucleus of a fine pitching staff and there are a number of promising freshmen who would take the places of those graduating. Numerals will be awarded to the fol- lowing OLIVER, HUNT, G11ssoN, WOODFIN, CA- BILL EARLE, RUCKMAN, DCDUCELAS, BLACK- BURNI, PATTEN. I'U1 MER Brewer hands the Chicago Mrzroons a nice defeat Page 222 4 A Y 'V lf N I K E7 xx 1' ww-,V ., wb.awwwnuw.rnmvwwrW ,Eagan L KV 1 xg ' Zmcfiifuaaf Y 4' X- YH D, AKYKMWH E fl' . 1 ' - Q N-ni J x ffl 1 I is Inf 'xx , ' ' I fl 4 ,g , ff - 7 "E+ Wfwrwi . ' ,--N I -:fa :"l'V'. 1 in :Eg X Q F ' 9 E bl :" E. 3, L5 4: va la I 223 Y I . CA1"1'AiN liiusiis T1LMoN RESUME THE SEASON ITH a large number of stars returning from the 1927 squad, the Razor- backs put another strong team on the cinders this year. Seven dual meets were engaged in and the Razorbacks made a good record, winning five, most of them by large scores, and losing only two. The College of the Ozarks. Drury, Missouri School of Mines, Hendrix, and the Springfield Teachers were defeated by the Razorbacks, while the Kansas State Teachers and Washington University were the only schools to win over Coach Thomsen's proteges. Cap- tain Erbie Tilmon was the leading scorer of the team, with a total of 96 points for the season. It is possible that this total may be pushed beyond the hundred mark at the Conference meet, in which he is rated among the outstanding per- formers in the hurdle events. Men receiving letters in track are: Captain Tilmon, Armstrong, Frierson, Gresham, McGuire, Lambert, Streepey, McRae, Pickel, Cowger, Crabaugh, Treece, E. Stephenson, Atkinson, M. Stevenson and Van Sickle. Page 224 5 . -. i I l v I r f 1 SUli4CAI"I'AlX Clieoman GRICSIIAM UNIVERSITY ALI.-TIM E RIECORIJS 100-yard clz1shABaghy--1923 .....................,...... . I0 seconds '79 'g 220-yard dash-Bughy-1923 .... 440-yard dash-Bagby-1923 ...... 880-yard run-Gresham-1928 ...... Mile run-Gresham-1928 ........... Two-mile run-Mussellman-1924 ..... 120-yard high hurdles-HTilmon--1927. . . 220-yard low hurdles-Tilmon-1028 .... Discus-Highl41923 ............... Shot-put-VT. Pickel-A1927 .......... Javelin-Crabaughg1927 ....... Broad Jump--RolJinsone-A1924 .... . High Jump-McGehee-1926 ..... .....,..,............. Pole Vault-Streepey-1928 ..... 3 ...................... Mile Relay-Baghy, Berry, Futrell, Rl1il1W'2Il6l"'i92-f. . . . . . . . . . ...... seconds 5l.liseconds .2 min., 2.:m seconds 4 nun., 29.2 seconds 9 mm., 49.3 seconds ........ 15.5 seconds . . . . . . 24.6 seconds . N132 feet -1 inches ..........45feet ...........182feet ..23 feet 97.8 inches feet 103.8 inches . .12 feet LQ inch .. .3 min. 31 sec. Half-mile RelayHBaghy, Berry, Fulrell, Ruinxvater-1924 ...... ..l min. 32 sec. mg.. zz f 1 5 7 OZARKS The Razorbacks initiated the track season by taking a one-sided victory over the College of the Ozarks Mountaineers, winning by the score of 82 to 49. Rice, brilliant Mountaineer star, was high-point man of the meet, scoring 18 of his team's points. He was NICGUIRIE closely followed by Capt. Til- mon of Arkansas with 14. The latter captured his specialty, the high hurdles, in fast time, and skimmed over the lows on the new straightaway to break Frank Pickel's long standing record. Fast time was also recorded in the dashes. Armstrong was barely nosed out by Rice in a ten-Hat century, but the Arkansas speedster came back in the two- twenty and bettered Bagby's Cowomi record with a time of 22 Hat. This record was not allowed, however, because of a wind which favored the runners. George Gresham lowered his own rdcord in the half when he stepped the distance in two minutes, 2.5 seconds. Cowger took two firsts and a third in the weights for third high-point honors. Streepey threatened Capt. Tilmon's record in the vault when he cleared the bar at 11 feet 9 I.AMmaRr inches. All the rest of Coach Thomsen's pupils turned in cred- itable performances. DRURY Captain Tilmon and his mates took another meet by a lopsided count from Drury Page 226 follege at Springfield. The score was 94 to 37. Captain Tilmon registered three firsts to take high-point honors. The Drury thin- clads were able to take only two first places, and the Razorbacks also scored heavily in seconds and thirds. Crabaugh got off a good toss in the javelin, Cmzsimn heaving the harpoon 179 feet 6 inches. KA NSAS TICAC I-1 ERS From Springfield the Razorbacks jour- neyed to Pittsburg, Kansas, where they met their first defeat of the year at the hands for feetl of the Kansas State Teachers Follege Clorillas. The Gorillas boasted one of the strongest Cinder path Cu,m.x11cni outfits in the Middle XYest and had already won honors at the Texas and Rice Relays. The Razorbacks took three first places. Tilmon won both hurdle evenlts, and Mickey McGuire came home in front in the two-mile. Gresham ran the fastest mile of his career when he finished in a dead heat with a Kansas distance star in 4:29.2. XVASHINGTUN ATKINSON UNIVERSITY With Tom Pickell, weight star, back in the line-up, the Razorbacks took a trip to St. Louis for a tilt with the Washington Univer- sity tracksters, a Missouri Valley aggregation. Pifzkvll sais Uniwrsily rr-toni in zlzscus Page 227 fc J e.. 0.2 l ' -- if The meet was held on a wintry day and the Porkers were badly off form, turning in their worst records of the year. The St. Louisans took all but four Firsts. lv LVM MISSOURI MINERS On the trip home from St. ik-Rmsruoxc Louis, the Razorbacks stopped off at Rolla and snowed under the Miners. All of the Arkansas aces were in fine form and had little trouble conquering the Miners. Pickel got his best distance of the season with the shot, heaving the big weight over 44 feet. HENDRIX The annual meet with Hen- TILMON drix was held in Fayetteville, P and for the first time in several years resulted in victory for the Razorbacks. The Bulldogs, without the services of Mc- Cormack, Meriwether, and other stars of former years, were beaten by the score of 77 to 53. The Razorbacks took eleven first places while the Bulldogs won only four. Captain Tilmon did the iron-man stunt for Arkansas and took four Firsts to Fnnzusox be high-point man, with 20. The distance races furnished the most thrilling entertainment of the day. In the mile, Gresham ran Sullivan, great Hendrix star, into the ground to win by several yards. The Bulldog veteran, however, came back in f iii . fu Ylreepey de.xand1ng from clouds as he broke old pole vault record Page 223 L "" 0 QD 'The Rnzorbnck M1925' g H if LI . is 15 5 if ii 2 is is -i2 if JS if 15 43 43 fi Q if the two-mile and nosed out the game Mickey Q L T McGuire in one of the most gruelling races iff' 1 ever seen on the local track. Razorback f +415 superiority was even more pronounced in the I Wil field events than on the track. Salters chalked Lili up the only Bulldog first in this department by 1-if winning the broad jump. Pickel i , ij? was the outstanding performer MCRAE 5 J Tj.: in the field for Arkansas, with 53 i firsts in the shot and discus, and a third in A Q,- fl the broad jump. Tx " A i i 4 Q SPRINGFIELD TEACHERS 1 ii The Razorbacks turned in a win in their U gf last dual meet of the year, when they took the i T if Springfield Teachers into camp to the tune of il' 'T 72 to 59, at Fayetteville. The .6 , 'id Pedagog from the "show me" STxzv1sNsoN A ' sl T f fl state had the edge in the track -'M K if events. Robinson of the Teachers took both A dashes, and Fite beat out Gresham and Mc- if? ' Guire in the long distances. Arkansas won A the hurdles, however, and Gresham breezed 5. l home first in the half.' The Razorbacks also Q scored heavily in the field events and took all g Q but one second place to pile up enough points 1 l 5 to win. George turned in the 5, I 2 prize performance of the day Picxm. l E when he vaulted 12 feet M inch gi H to set a new University record. fl I E There yet remains only the Southwestern E Conference meet before the track season ends. , 33 , I 3 I I 1 H ' HL if i A 1 . ' ' ali.. f T' fy? 1' ' . I if in , x 5 . T A YQ 'v fx:-,. -.-iff ' s i 1 E ' l l 2 U , ' Armstrong finishing his record-breaking 220-yard run I I 5 Page 229 I 2. . . . . . ., il PROSPECTUS HE premier track event of the Southwest will be seen in Fayetteville in 1929 when the Southwestern Conference track meet is to be held here. In preparation for this event a 220 straightaway has been put S'I'RliEl'IEY in at the local track and other improvements are contemplated. In view of the rapidly growing interest mani- fested in track at the University, an effort will be made to schedule dual meets to be held at Fayetteville with some of the strongest track teams in the Southwest. With all but three letter-men returning, along with a fine crew of present freshmen, prospects are good for a strong team, and the Razorbacks expect to make serious bid for high honors in the Conference. The frosh tracksters have an unusually large number of embryo stars this year and several give promise of being record-breakers next year. In their only dual Tiuassu meet, the first-year men beat the Ozark Wesleyan runners with ease. The score was 75M to llliyg. The following received numerals: DAVIS, BAIN, MUNN, EI.RInuI2, Backus, ADAMS, Noiuus, DALE, STRAUss, CREIGHTIJN, OLIVER, ROBBINS, and 'l'IIoMI'soN. 711111011 and Armstrong lakmg first and second in 100-yard dash, Hendrix game Page 230 1 QE , wtf' wa x 1 L Z!!! ' 1 . W' "'?'m'Q'Hf lb ntgujb'-WP m x fig ? A-iii ' 'M X K ff X KM Q 1' , A X X 675551 f gx f W Y x f I X 1 3 if - ig M -f- fr, Thevlmner -:Ye - 1:87 5 W !7q,fQ' ufmmumf Hi Izleficyr' sf 1 J,j7'I!,. 1 1 .131 1. 1 Q M urlz iuterest was taken in Intra- mural athletics this year and many good tearns were turned out by the various campus organizations. Lower left is a picture of the Buck Ilalt Championship Basket Batt Team. f " 1 1- ""' ""f.,.-, n.. - ,,,,,. L - rw..-.wt-- . .. --.-nr ,-.gjfi 'f --" 5- -A AL ,Q f, +,,.,. ...,,., ,,-,F "" - it A . L . - V- .'. M- ,,.-pug . , 4A,f' ,V gg,.:5'w r ,,. , I , Page 232 ,, .,..,.,t,, .,.... . ,, .,., ,.,.r r,.r- r s ,.,. , ...,.. v.W,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,.E,, ut' nf we 'UWT' rr "-rw ff 'rf w, f fr rr" 'W' W' 'rr M ww 'Y H 'Tim R l7Z0?'l7l7CR 1- '1 9 2 5' Tenms and trark clawtert more than thaw' share of mtrrrst. Here are a few of the mtra- mural tenms stars and a few artzons taken at the mtramural track meet Lower rtght ts a pasture of the chamfnon 'wrestlers m each of the weight classes. Page 233 0 -- - - - hvnrnngnfurxnxuxnxxxnixntxxnxfnuxxnrnxuxrnxxtnxxnllnrrvrruxnhhrnnunnmunrnxxnunu-nnxnynlfnqngfg -..,.--,.'1Y ,, ,TY , .,.. . ,NYY ,. .I 1, , YL .. YT TY' ' 1Y",.1 Y.. .,.., ' YY "YI, f"fYfQ,'II,'f,- JINTRAMURAJL ATHLETICS 0 ...............-.,..........,....,.--,.,.,-M.........u....,..-...s.e .,... ........ ........ -..,- ..,.... , ......,...... -..- ,........ .,.... . ...- ................... ,.,.M..M...,,.s..... ....... ,.- ,... .... Q ., ,I ...ZH . ., M, ..... - ....,...............,.........,......,.. ...M ......., ,... . "isbn ' HE most comprehensive program of intramural athletics yet attempted at the University was carried out in 1927-28 under the supervision of Coach Thomsen and student assistants. It is estimated that students to the number of several hundred participated in these games. Virtually the same system as was used in the years before in division of students into teams and leagues was employed. Medals and cups were awarded to the winners in the various branches. The touchball championship was won by the Sigma Nu team after a strenuous schedule. Buck Hall No. 1 were the winners of the basket ball crown. Wrestling was introduced as a winter sport by Coach Thomsen, who was himself heavyweight champion of the University of Nebraska at one time. Winners in the various divisions were: Heavy- weight, 175-lb., Creighton, 158-lb., Clickg 145-lb., Friersong 135 lb., Halsellg 125-lb., Clarkg 115-lb., Sugarman. Great interest was manifested in the tennis matches held in the spring. Schoephester of Sigma Alpha Epsilon won the singles championship and Cabell and Mosely, Kappa Sigma, carried off the doubles. The outcome of the races in playground ball, horseshoes, and golf are yet to be decided. In the annual intercollegiate meet, the cinder path artists of the College of Arts and Science ran away with the honors, with the Agris and Engineers second and third, respectively. The Kappa Sigs won' the annual intramural meet, beating out the Sigma Nu and Theta Kappa Nu teams, their closest opponents. Plans arealready under way for an intensive program for the coming term. Construction of a University golf course is contem- plated, and the ancient Scotch game is expected to increase in favor at the University. In Billy Bridewell, Arkansas State champion and one of the South's most promising young players, Arkansas has the nucleus of a fine golf team, and 1929 may see the entrance of Arkansas into the golf intercollegiate field. 0 Page Z3 4 I n I TQFQJW' .WV L " lv l.: Q: , fImi 5i'XQX 1 'n' . MWW'.? 'if' 1 '- Mk' mlm '41 .xi L. j, -YIM! Kfomedf fiffilefi WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION .fs 'r 'F I ,f-In ..,.....,...-................, -f--i----1--M-W----1-M-H--M--W-----4---A---fn--H-no-4 U E.?'5-I-----M--. -- --------4---.-------------- U - 41 I, FRANCIES CR UTC H li R OFFICERS FRANCES CRUTCHIIR EVA COON . . IsAnI3L I'IIN'l'ON . CIIRISTINIL HENDRIX LILLII3 COLEMAN . DAISY P1IILI,II's . RUTH PEARCIL . IVIABEI, BICKIQRSTAFF MADGI2 CURTIS . EDNA IQATE HALE AvI3RI2LL RIavNoLDs . President Vice-President . . Secretary . Ti'easu1'e1' Head of Hockey . Head of Track Head of Baseball . Head of Tennis Head nf Valley Ball Head of Basket Ball . Head af Hiking HE purpose of XNomen's Athletic Association is to develop a high physical efficiency among women students of the University of Arkansas by encour- aging an interest in gymnastic, hygienic and athletic activities. Tournaments in the various sports offered by the department of physical education are sponsored each year. Membership is gained through the ac- quiring of a certain number of points. Points are given for participating in sports. Top row-BICKIzRs'rAIfIf, HALE, HIN'I'oN, CooN, CURTIS Bottom 7070-COLEMAN, PEARCE, PHILLIPS, REYNOLDS, HENDRIX Page 23 6 1 I l WOMEN'S MARY SCIIILI.INO CATHERINE TIIOMSON DOROTHY CUMMINGS MARY JACKSON AUDREV CURTIS ELIZAI!Ii'I'I'l BURRELI. BETTY DUVALI, MILDRED OWNIIEY NELDA I-IICKMAN M ADCE ERLI NE CURTIS BLACKSIIARE GENEVA DAVIDSON - MINETTE RIES MARIE BUIERKIJL FRANCES REYNOLDS DOROTIIY BEALE VVAY ROMA MORRISON MARX' LOUISE SHOIRNER MINNIE MCGEIIEE IRENE PITTMAN IVA MAE CI,EMIvIER 'I'OIvIIvIY STRAIN LORRAINE DICLOZIIER GENEVA I-IANEY EDNA KATE HALE EVELYN LAMB ETHE1, IEASLEY FLORENCE CROWSON ROSE MARIE FRANK PEARL STEWART ALMA DEAN KINO ENID CLARK MILDRED PENIX SARAII COTTER MARGARET BRODIIE TIIELMA ATKINS MARY MCRAE JIM HENDERSON MARION FORD AMELIA BEMIS ELIZAIIETII LATIMER an .A' 5 'Lf I ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ..44 N '." .....,.. .,.... .,....,... , I ..,.....,..,,..,.........,,........I..I........ ,....,,.. .,.,..II. . , ,. NA'FALI15 YVOODS ROIIERTA WINCIIESTER MARIE TIIWEAT IRENE NOLAN ALEETAII DICKENSON ELIZAIIETII VVRIGHT JEANNETTE PEARCE HOLLAND PEARCE RUTII PEARCE CHRISTINE HENDRIX MAIIX' M. JOHNSON DAISY PHILLIPS LILLIE COLEMAN MAIIEL BICKERSTAIPIR GRE'l'CI'IEN KOPIERT LILLIAN SCOTT ADDIE WILLIAMS EI.IZAliE'I'lI GIZNTRY NOLETA NANCIB GRACE VVORLEY MARGARET MAYO ORPHA BAIIER HELEN MOROAN IEADEI. HINTON DOROTHY MCBROOM AVERELI, REYNOLDS MARGARET DES JARIJIN DORIS VVIlI'l"I'lNG'l'0N MAIIRINE VAN CLEAVIC EVA COON IRENE JOIINS CORINNE HODOES EUNICE ARNAIID I-ILEANOR PATTERSON IVIILDRED IIENRY CHRISTINE LIIISCOAIII FELICITAS SANFORD GLADYS FURR ANN FANNIN KATRIANA SWEARINOER RUIIY PIIAEI-' 90' Rl."1'H CR.xNx, ."1lII1'i.Y0l' El.lZAIlli'l'l'I RIEICIIARIJT QIQRACE UIICIIIIRCII NINA ASTIN NITA IIESS MARY JANE liI,L1sON DOROTHY JOIINSTON VICTORIA SWAIIII JOYCE IIATCHER MARTHA ALEXANDER NIARGERY VVILSON FRANCES CRIITCIIER PAYE GOIfUR'l'll ICLZORA GAMIIRI-:L ALICE XVILSON FRANCES CON BETTY JONES Page 217 Above-M1's.v Esllwr Fl'1ll07I, hzslruclnr i 71' jilzysicul educa- lion. Upper left-" Varsilyu Valley Bull loam. Left-Ilockey players in ac- limi. Lower left,--Junior lloaleey lcum, 'hzlerclrzsx chamfnionx. Below-Lillie Coleman, lzmd fy' lmckrfy. Page 2 38 Page 239 F' ' .ur " l R 62' o o 1. 1 Cl' .T Above-E11n1LKa,lr' Halle, lmarl of bzlxkvl ball. Upper riglmt-Carnal! Hall clmmpions of f1If7'Il7177l7lI-Z lourmlnwfll. Right-Soccer plnvyvrs in ac- lion. Lower right - A bll.Yl'bIl'll Hun." Below-Rmlz Pearce, lwud of baseball. ,,vu-.- . ig' 1 f x. ff 'If' 'IFA ... 1 .AX u Above-W. A. A. Advisor and president-elect "trying out" at archery. I Upper left-Mable Bicker- staff, head of tennis. I Q Left--Target practice. , Lower left-Tennis players in action. X Below-Daisy Phillips, head of lraclc. Page 240 rw .1 ,,Q1- miifimmmr mmmmzwrees ,Qttle QM QJQB' Tori -vm, cs- Qlrkansax 'wax one of tlze fret State: to realize tlzaf tranfportation oy air if one of flze coming dewelopraentx' of modern commerce. uifwakening to thzlr fact, .rhe ha: e.rtablz'.rlzed at .Qttle Nick one oftlzefnexi and ben' eguzfped air port: inxflze' Soutlz. W . 3 v - H I , , mp . , E MILQVVNRND PM . IME: , , :I l 1' tit H12 li-ii Lili Ili sig. vi" lilf r I 1 if I iz "if -ft, , . i l if! .., ,. ll ,, li.. Q. l'1 ,-:gi ,.. 14" ,, 125' lu li' MH :Wil wp Hill wif ,,, li iw if l"':g l l .. ffl .,. l lvl HS ,Q J I ,fl fi .d5iIi5Ei2Q'f...'77"'r"'5F'if'3 "'T'I:c ,R1z2c3f'i.1:it".Ft - .l'iI2F4' , s RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS 'QI ::.:::i:ifQiiliiii - 4""'A' i "" W "4' fiiiiiiiiiii:i:i.ij'?i ?l'..:ii1:i1 99' 0 J ly " INQUIRY is sometimes made as to why there is a Department of Military Art at the Uni- versity of Arkansas. The answer is that the . University, as a land-grant institution, receives aid from the Federal government and in return for this aid, and in conformity with agreement, offers courses in mechanical and agricultural arts and in military science and tactics. Not only does the University offer courses in military science and tactics, but also, by its kindly interest in the work and earliest co-operation with the Government, assures the success of the department. . . In this connection it should be noted that the hearty response of the students to the work of the department is a source of great satisfaction to the members of the military faculty and makes their work a pleasure.-E. G. BUERET, Major, Infantry, MAJOR E. G. Blzuum' D. O. L. Other members of the staff are Major J. L. Dunn, now serving his fourth year on the University faculty, Lieutenant H. O. Lane. coach of the rifle team, and now completing his third year at the University, and Lieutenant Guy M. Kinman, who, besides taking care of his military duties, is an assistant coach in football. Staff Sergeant Jack Greathouse and Sergeant Major Guard, retired, complete the personnel of the staff. v ' , l .I . '- ICINMAN LANE DUNN Giuzmnousia Page 241 16 I I W . K . we ff Q., 5 , I, Q Na I r qi -I i S' fe , Mi: , J 1 .A T -' ir -0, Z- Top row-SPITZIIURG, PRICE, HUCKABV, JOI-INS, KREGEL, ANNEN Middle row-RANKIN, COWGER, SMI'rI-I, ROSE, BAIzNE'I"I'E, BRUMFIELII Bottom row-AINSWORTH, SANIJERLIN, BOI-IAIIT, IQING, PE'rEIz, BEAUCIIAMII REGIMENTAL OFFICERS T. T. SPITZBERG . MISS FLOURNOY PRICE TIIOS. HUCKABY , MISS IRENE JOIINS . E. MERRILL AINSWORTII MISS HELEN SANDERLIN JAMES BOIIART . MISS AGNES KING HORACE KREGEL . MISS ARDITIAI ANNEN . 'CI-IAS. BEAUCIIAMI' . GLEN ROSE . . . MISS BLANCIIE SMITII TEIJ. PETERS . . MISS MAY SPRADLING JAMES CCWGER . . MISS MILDREIJ RANKIN WM. F. BRUMIPIELD . MISS HELEN BARNETTE . . Colonel Sponsor and Honorary Colonel Lieutenant- Colonel . . Sponsor Adjutant . . Sponsor Assistant Adjutant . . Sponsor Operations Ojieer . . Sponsor Assistant Operations Ojioer . R. M. G. O. . . Sponsor . Assistant R. M. G. O. . . Sponsor . Supply Ojlcer . . Sponsor Intelligence Ojleer . . Sponsor Page 242 , , . IJ f?ffFb"' ' A 1' v 1 Page 243 .ij- T ' , , If r . ' . A M I s 4. - ' L .. N ' S A Top row-MILLER, HEWITT, CRENSHAW, N'OR'1'ON, VVILLIAMS Bottom 7010-IIOSSON, SCHNEIDER, FLETCHER, COLE, CLARK OFFICERS FIRST BATTALION . . . . . Jllajor . Sponsor ERNEST CRENSHAW . Mlss CARROLL I-IEWITT HENRY W. SCHNEIDER . . . Adjutant Miss MILDRED FLETCHER . . . Sponsor Operations Ojicer . . . Sponsor LEWIS Cox . . . Miss MARGARET EVINS OFFICERS SECOND BATTALION SAMMIE RossON .... Major CFirst Sonresterj RICHARD M1LLER . . . Major CSeoond Sornosterj Miss N ELL WALLACE IQELLY . .... Sponsor PAUL X. WILLIAMS . . . . Adjutant Mlss MARTIIA NORTON . . . . Sponsor GEORGE COLE . . Operations Ojicor Mlss REBA CLARK . . . Sponsor 'L H ...I . ws- ff'Hf4'.2i'fWf.i,l'J 'fflh if ' R. O. T. CC. BAND . 0 13:11 .... . ..,. 3111: row I uf' i 'Wir' ' P F OLD Arkansas had an honest-to-goodness band last year, it was a real and an excellent one this year, under the direction of Mr. F. J. Foutz. It was he who developed such a band that the many concerts, at home and away, were all successes. People came and were pleased. No better advertisement could be had for our University. At all the athletic contests the band turned out whetherit was football, basket ball, or even track. The unusual pep that was displayed at the basket ball games was due largely to the band. Of T course, they went to Little Rock and helped "Beat Hendrix," and while there played four F- J- FOUTZ concerts at the Palace Theatre. Not to be for- gotten are the parades which the band led, Home- coming, as well as the regular Thursday drill parades. To Addison VVall goes the credit of starting a drive for new red and white uniforms for the band: something the boys have sadly needed for more than a year. The Little Rock concerts, as well as concerts given at the Ozark and at Springdale, were given in order that next year the boys would be partly rewarded by snappy new uniforms. VVhen spring came, Sunday afternoon concerts were given on the campus. h Dinfclof' -Sm" 51100405 Page 244 R. O. T. CC. BA. wi FRANCIS J. FOUTZ ADDISON L. WALL TONY CARRUTII . Comets MIIRLIQ XMOODS RIIUIIIQN BLOOD CLOYD VVALDRON DORWIN CALDWIELI. WILLARD IVIAV ' JAMIcs J. KANI2 MILES IQELLICY CIIIcs'rIcR ROIIINSON A. B. IATIE LIQON WILLIAMS T. J. STRAIISS RALIQIGII DOIDSON CECIL 'l'IIOIvIAs Clarimfls WILLIAM PICRIINS CIQCIL IIUIIIIARD BEN I-IOI-RINs IJUDLISX' l'lIII,IIcR GERALD MIIIQR IIIINRV RIIsIIIN4,: HAROLD RIEEVIES JOIIN WILTSIIIRII AIIIIRIQY WIIvIRIsRLv IIIQNRY BRYANT Altos PIERMAN DAVIS DONALD MORRISON DRISXIEL HAILIQY A 2'?ff"- .saw ,I L"-- --- 5 . ...... . . Director Assistant Director . Drum Jllqioz' Iflll"ff0ll!'S GORDUN MIXON RUSSELL VVILLOUGIIHY XVAYNIE ROIIIzR'I's BII.s.s'cx ALIIIERT Wlslss ALIIRRD JOIINSON CARI. ROIIIQRTS El.I.IU'l"l' BOIIO Ulmvx XVILLIAM MORRIS NEWLANIJ OLDIIAIII Fluff: and Piccolo MORRIS BROOKS TI'017llI07I'l'S KIQNNIQTII HOIXI' AIIDLIQY SRILLDRN WII1'I' JOIINSON VVILLIAM TIIOMPSON HOWARD GARRIET1' l.II'rIIIcR S'I'ARNIcs Drums JOIIN S'rAIR lil? WATSON VVILIJS MARTIN I'RI3s'rON ROIIINSON GIERALD S'l'IElNliERG h3fI.,c,.. Page 245 ADDI sON WALL A ssl. D'ITfl?l7l!If Sfmfofnlzofzex FRANK WINTRIQR RAY IIOLRROOR JOIQ XVALKIER ROIIIQRT IQANIE TIIOIIIAS 'l'AI'I'AN ALLEN DIXON BRN SAXON ROIIRRT I-IOOVIIR CIIARLIQS PALM GLEN WOOD G. D. GRIIIIN H. li. DAUGIIIQRTV EIIOIQNIQ PRINCE J. STONIQCII-IIIQR IERNIas'1' H 1INDIzRsON CLYDE WHITIQ .1f. pfiwf.. R. O. T. C. RIFLE TEAM . A.. wC0 1 Z1 1 1 f I 1 1 2 . 2 11 2 1112 2221 1 11 ZI QIQTI' T" 'QfiIQ"QfQIIII" " ""'A ' LU3U'ruNAN'r H. O. LANE . . . . Coach SERGIQANT JACK M. G1ufA'1'I-IOUSE . Assistant Coach MEMBERS E. M. AINSWORTH J. M. DAVIS K. E. DAUGHERTY I. R. EUBANKS C. D. FRIERSON T. L. HUCKABY A. M. JONES G. M. JACKSON B. F. UHL J. W. MARTIN J. K. MAYES L. H. POND W. H. POSEY T. T. SP1Tz1s1sRG G. W. STREEPEY I. B. STRONG A. V. TULLER 'QQffflQfQff 490' 11 The Team Page 246 R., O. T. C. RIFLE TEAM m,'yQ, W"' "" " "' """ ""' 't""N' ""' """"""" : : .E'3g2,2f,i4y2f.,,Q'25f9"7 f? "'- 9553 ...... .. ...... . ....,..... ,....... ,... ........ ........ ,..,.. ........ .. ..., . .........,.. ,. 1 LTI'-IOUGI-l unsuccessful in the National Match this year, the University of Arkansas Ritle Team again won the Seventh Corps Area match, tiring a total score of H2 points more than the Kansas Aggie team, second place winners. Of the eleven high men in the Corps Area, eight Fired on the Arkansas Team. For the first time medals were awarded to the highest ten men of the winning team in the Corps Area, the inspecting olhcer bestowing medals on Ainsworth, Pond, Spitzberg, Daugherty, Huckaby, jackson, Tuller, jones, Frierson,and Streepy, at a review held April 19. Acting Captain Ainsworth was also pre- sented with the Corps Area Cup, which now has the words "University of Arkansas" engraved upon its side, for the second consecutive time. The Hearst Trophy Match, which was won last year by Arkansas, has not been reported, but the team of Ainsworth, Tuller, jackson, Pond, and jones hred a very satisfactory score. Credit for the success of the team goes to Lieutenant Lane and Sergeant Creathouse, with whom the remaining members of the stall splendidly co- operated. Below is pictured the cups now held in possession by the Arkansas team. The one on the right is Corps Area Cup, which the team has won the right to keep for another year. The team has certainly brought honor to the University through its splendid record: their picture and accompanying write-up has ap- peared in papers all over the country. Hearst Trophy and Corps Area Cups Page 247 T r., . f r I I ,I ,SA ' 1 ' ff! 1 ' J Ii' 'J,f,,',' ff, .I Top row-AUSTIN, THOMAS, GoIf0R'rII, MCARTHUR Bottom row-S'I'REE1'Ev, MUIIPHY, BROOKS, ROEINSON COMPANY Sponsors MISS FAYE GOFORTH MISS OFFICERS CIIARLES B. MCARTHUR ROBERT AUSTIN . . MAX BROLIKS . . RIEFF B. ROBINSON . JACK MURPHY . . GEORGE STREEPEY NAV? FANNIE RUTH THOMAS . . . Captain First Lieutenant . Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant . Second Lieutenant . Second Lieutenant X ' -4 x Page 24S w ...M .W ..,-,,.,-.,f , V ,.-. ...., X. NV I ,,,,,- .3 ' W. - Zi'3fof'.f'wf". -A mf 43141 5 5 .,,,.,,,i.. ..,. 115'-A 'J 7,14 di 4.4 n , Top row-POND, BAR'rl.E'1"1', BENBROOK, CALDWELL Bottom 7070"-EUHANKS, FULMER COMPANY HB" HOWARD CALDWELL CLYDE BENBROOK LLOYD POND . IRA R. EUBANKS . DOYLE FULMER J. D. ELDRIDGE . S ponsor CAROLYN BARTLETT OFFICERS . . Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Page 249 71 Top row-'I'uOnEv, ANDERSON, DEMBV Bottom 7010-KNIGliT, SAGER COMPANY HCL, Sponsors MISS ROSEMARY TUOI'IEY Mlss IQATHRYN IJEMBY PHILIP ANDERSON . JOHN ATKINSON . FLOYD KNlGl'l'I' . WARDEN LENEHAN IQENNETII SAGER . PORTWOOD FREEMAN OFFICERS . . Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant ,UW E- Page 2 . ,et MV D v ,va 'ff' 3. ' - 'ZS '-ffvv I Y. 'I Q.. .K Top 1'0'ZU'llICIIARDSON, WORLEV, OSIIORNE, WOODRUEF Bottom raw-MCCOV, OWEN . COMPANY UDL, JOHN RICHARDSON JEFF JOHNS . . GUY MCCOV . WYCLIEEE OWEN ROBERT OSEORNE HARRY VVOODRUFF ROBERT BOWMAN Sponsor Miss RUBY VVORLEY OFFICERS . . Captain First Lieutenant First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant I w Page 251 . , Y-.. Aff,-Y--7' --I .LR Mn.- I I. ,,,, .:,,,.-I' -If -r P 1 NY t Inu army 'L' fafkr eww' J 'I .wx 1 ,:-r's,?' .-' .-I ...f' , :I.:Ixn1 Q . X N W ,a if Top row-SUI.LIvAN'I', BROWN, M. MCRAE, P. MCRAE Bottom row-FRIERSON, JAQKSON, FREE COMPANY "Ea, Sponsors MISS RUBYE BROWN MISS MARY MCRAE RAVBON SULLIVANT PHILIP MCRAE . CIIAS. FRIERSON -IAS. FREE . . GAYLE M. JACKSON VERNON TULLER OFFICERS 9 W . . Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant its I Page 252 A .. . . .,J3.A.':', ,. 3'-"1"V'j,f" ., f-to s ., A ., Lp f Xi L 3 'Jaw-M' -1- 7' fav ,'fT!':'ftf,f.',t'2'1'1t, 22 A 4 7 ' '- 'qt 4' ' ww Vw f - .---fN., t -U Wg . 'QU . V- X ! 1 Vi 3 4 L, All Top 7'0'ZU-COON, NVANTUCK, SLAUGI-ITER ff N Bottom T07U1ROSIE, VAN SAN1' iQ Q COMPANY HF" Sjsonsors Miss EVA COON MISS ELIZABETII SLAUGIITER A it OFFICERS CIIAS. VVANTUCK . A JOHN B. MCMILLAN . t RAYMOND BEAUCHAM1' Bum, T. ROSE . t REX K11.1.1:1zR1cw S C11As. VAN SANT ,-1, 1 , , , . . Captain First Lieutenant Seoond Lientenavzt Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant A Page 253 .I vw f 2 'iffy F I . , PM f ' t. R' it 1. Top t'0'LU-NICBRIIJE, ELLIOTT, HINTON, Poslev Bottom row-EIDSON, fJREGORY, KERRY, HOSWIELI. COMPANY UGS, Sponsors MISS NETTIE KLINE ELLIOTT Miss ISABEL HINTON OFFICERS XIVILSON H. POSEY .... . . Captain NOBLE J. MCBRHJE KENT P. KERBY . JAMES R. BOSWELL ROBERT E. GREGORY HAROLD EIDSON . First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant . Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant . Second Lieutenant Page 25 4 J A J J if if 'J' '..:,:M A A Top row-COLEMAN, BRA1z1ac, OUDIN Bottom VOTUQSHANV, McC1.11sK1sv COMPANY UHM S ponsors MISS LILLIE COLEMAN MISS EUGENIA OUDIN OFFICERS ANTONE E. BRABEC DANA T. MERRICK . EMMETT J. MCCLUSKEY EMERSON A. DOTY . . PAUL SHAW . A. D. MCGUIRE . . . . Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Page 255' -an 1.Wf:lEFii1Q.f" W' M fu 'M'i"!fw liff?:fr11fif,,ff'S'iYf5 9255? C5l.7'9fiiiZ77'ff7 .1.ffwE?3zQ'.ff.:fli.Q.iH'?r"r R. O. T. C. SUMMER CAMP, 11927 H J . la.. ,. V, 0 ---------0----'---f---i-4-M'M--,------------P--------I Q5--5 4' up,-7 1. ,?.----.-..-.- -..---...-.-.-.-w-.--------------------,----- 0 vi .,...,......... ...,... , ,....., . ,... ..... - ......4. .,.----.,..........--. ...W Jo' OR the first time the annual six-weeks summer camp for advanced R. O. T. C. students was held at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Practically everyone of the Arkansas contingent of thirty-five was on hand in plenty of time for lunch. They had arrived the preceding day or earlier in the morning via rail, auto, stripped Ford and K. C. Tents were assigned to each four men immediately upon their arrival, and bedding issued upon application to the supply sergeant. After "soupee" the outfit was chaulieured in trucks over to the post for phys- ical examination. Immediately following the examination came the issue of uniforms and "fatigues." "Fatigues" are a nondescript combination composed of two garments of either blue or brown tent-cloth, sometimes both, they are, made in only one size-"too big"-and are indispensable in cleaning that dirty, gummy, blankety-blank article, which after hours of arm-tiring struggle and rubbing, turns out to be a so-called rifie-age, indefinite, previous handling, brutal and certainly not worth the intensive labor expended upon it. After drill and much range firing at bull's-eyes that had better been bulls, there was always time for play. Arkansas shone in all sports, defeating Wichita U., Missouri, Iowa,and Ouachita College in baseball, and garnering 39 points against 23 for the nearest opponents in track, though under the camp handicap we were awarded only third place. Dick Miller won the heavyweight and "Cholliebob" McArthur, the light-heavy championship. Dances were given at the post every week and truck-loads of girls from Leavenworth gave the dances the proper atmosphere. "Poochey Park" also furnished a dance hall. One Sunday was devoted to an unofhcial tour of Kansas City, conducted by the Camp Recreation Officer-transportation via truck. Then there were several unofficial trips to K. C. and surrounding cities, including the Federal Prison and the U. S. Disciplinary Barracks. So, after six weeks of resting from the rays of a cruel Kansas sun in the comforting shade of the "Old Mooring Mast," and pursuing the Missouri Reds along the slippery mud of "Billy Boulevard," equipment was turned in. On the morning of July 27, the bugle sounded reveille for the last time and, after break- fast, the First Platoon of "B" Company formed for its march past the paymaster's desk, and outside, for dismissal, farewells, and HOME. Page 256 J ' -4 f PQHHMMZKQS Qmmel Dam -ax, e - oc- 'The progres: of any State may he cal- culated hy it: po-wer development. The :cene pictured here ix of the Kimmel Dam near Jffalfvern, the jfrxt of a eerie: of three dam: to he huilt acro.r.r the Ouachita Mjuer in the -vicinity qfeiifal-vern and Hot Springx. The Remmel Dam, hy mean: of a high 'voltage line, :upplief powerjor eitiex and town: in three States. SEQEKFZKEZHESE 9 . , ' ' ' .,f' ,n. . ' 1 ' . , -Q. 4,, , L-J, ."' . - -. ' . 4 . ' -.aiu V " , J 3.1 P 1187 ' Q, , V, H' A W: ',N..., U V 1,3 ' ' 441 5 ,.- .. .- -- - f' " I n, .Q QWN'ZfW1ON5 I 1 A 257 I7 -x ff., ... , 1 ,' 1,-...jfa':' ' ,. ff AQ' I Z' A Jx FSK' Qga4fxSE,,Q f 7 i-xy E-f ffjfak ga. L.21g.l g ' falsify -2 -ii' ,'2' 5 'fl iii: '1:S! 'x' 'Off 4 253 ' fi i' "f4 fi fha My X .ws-f -W M f,f .. 1:1 .aww -'N Ni Zi' WWW WwaW1u1:::n1uW""fi1xxm rinnmwx + UlMm,w mmmmgm W - fi? mm v fevnifie INTERFRATERNTTY COUNCIL , 0 ..,.. .....-... ,... .,... , .... gwgy... ima. ...... ..,....- .......,.n..-.-........ .,.. ............-................. ........,... G .- ,... . ..., ii -gif..- ...,.. - ....... M... 30' ' ARTICLE I-Name The name of this organization shall be "The Inter-Fraternity Council of the University of Arkansas." AR'rICI.n II-Purpose The Inter-Fraternity Council of the Uni- versity of Arkansas is the supervisory and govern- ing body of all social fraternities at the Universityg its purpose is to provide for the general welfare, social, and scholastic activities of the members . of the fraternities within the Councilg and to instill in them the highest regard for Arkansas MINOR MILWEE . . . . . traditions and Instltutlons. President AR'I'ICI.I2 III-Membership Section 1-Membership in the organization shall include all local chapters of national social fraternities. Section 2-Social local fraternities may send representatives to this Council, but such representatives shall not have power to vote in any matters concerning the Inter-Fraternity. Council. Section 3-Social fraternities which have been established on the campus and which have the required qualifications will automatically become members of this Council. ARTICLIQ IV-Representation Representation of members in regular meetings shall be by two men from each fraternity represented in the Council, except that substitutions may be made as hereinafter provided in the by-laws. ARTICLE V-Meezings Section 1-Regular meetings shall be held on the first Sunday afternoon of each month of the college year. i Section 2-Special meetings may be called by a majority vote of the Execu- tive committee. Section 3-Three-fourths of the membership shall constitute a quorum for the meetings. Page 258 IINTERIFRATJERNJITY COUNCIL ..,.-..... ,. VVVY, -...,..,... , -. ,........ Y 3, 6. wig, fm. ............. .. ..,.... -.,. ......,......,............,. W. ,W ..... ..,. A vo- OFFICERS MINOR NIIIAVEE ........ President VVILLIAM TRICE .... Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Kappa Alpha FRED BLANKS MINOIQ MILWEE Sigma Chi DATON MOORE WILLIAM TRICE Sigma Alpha Epsilon NELSON SAIILER WALTER HINTON Pi Kappa Alpha E. C. GIx'rIIINcss WENIIELL POLK Sigma Phi Epsilon DIEN'1'0N BREWER RAY HANLEY Theta Kappa Nu ROY E. VVIIITE A. B. C,xLIIwEI.L Sigma Nu RICIIARO MILLER ERNEST CRENSIIANV Lambda Chi Alpha GLEN GARRISON KENT KIRIIY Kappa Sigma CIIARLES VAN SANT CHARLES FRIERSON ' a J N I p ..i IA, p X 'C f 85 7x 'C Vx Xl ' 2 .gi S B 1 D 5? ll L 1 l I .i V .I Page 259 Top row--SAIILER, POLK, TRICE, CRENSIIAW, GARRISON, BLANKS Second T010-VAN SANT, HINTON, MOORE, CALDWELL, GA'rIIINOs, IWILLER Bollom l'0'1U'lqlRllY, MILWEE, BREWER, FRIERSON, WIIITE, HANLEY MEMBERS A+ J' 1' X af ,iv 5 K "" ff 1'-I ,fE'fJQf,Uv,:-'ff,1'g1i'f - f ,aw i JG 1'-h':53'l4iTiiHi' 1' A 'MV2.w'i'Ai1fLIf Ah GV KAPPA SIGMA A 0 '," M W' "" WW'wifi...L., i:::ii,fiffff 'M"""""fIIIIIQfI' CNF' . -91.6 , 7' ,3f.'m, 4, Vfzmxxiz-Qi i4 '--,ffm 41.95 KJ Founded at University of Virginia, 1869 . Xi Chapter established at Arkansas, 1890 Flower-Lily Of the Valley Colors-Scarlet, White and Green WILLIAM ARNOLD J. P. BAKER JAMES BATES G. S. BRANCH J. A. CARRUTH SHIELDS CARTER PERRY DIAMONT HAL DOUGLAS GUS ELLIS CHARLES FRIERSON A Hifi Q .A .G r A A .ag S Jil - ,F A Q My S, J . w ima I y , K, 3- ,S J ,YI ..w.V , W . - - 1: I -sw , 1 4 X' 0 ., Y aft' ' I If xy , ik' g th 'T A' 1 7 I I, ' ' I J I 1 . I , 1 -Q' I i I .. 1 'I - A S ,, 1 I I ' Q. I I :. ff? ' ' . ' J I I I 1 ' - J P I , if i T ' V 4. VA 'T ,, Z ,T , : gy A V f ,QL 1 f , W ,'?a,, 4 1 - Q ,F If ' ' V , . . 5 , KV , , Top row-SEAMSTER, FRIERSON, VAN SANT, WILLIAMS. WHEN, HUGHES, HAMBRIC, ARNOLD Second row-GRACE, f3ATES, DIAMONT, STEVENSON, BRANCH, DOUGLAS, COOMER, RUSHING Third row-HUMPHREVS, WARRINER, BATES, BAKER, MEEKS, REDDING, HORTON, ELLIS Fourth row-HUEEARD, MCHANEY, MCNULTY, BIRNBAUM, DOUGLAS, HART, CARRUTH, BOOTH Fifth row-LITTLE, BANKS, CRAIG, ANDERSON, KINCANNON, VAUGHN, GOOCH, LANDERS Bottom row-NORRIS, MCLEOD, MCILVANEY, EARLE, DAVIS, ELDRIDGE, PICKENS, NEWTON Page 260 KAPPA SIGMA A ......... ....., 24.':5,.t. gf '+:'j-fig,..:,fZfw ., was ..,..,,...,, A.., v w Pfwl. W. ikvrlas Ponmcu Kimura Wll,l.mM Goucn liuulamc I-IAMHRIC NM' lflvumis VVORTH lI0R'mN lilrmzu IIAR1' I'lAnmaN Ifllml-lllmvs -IUHN l.nlf"roN Run14:R'1' Miami Uranium f,WNl!liY W'1l.1.1,xM l'u'r1xmN jmlllm lllsxmcksox Romclw' Rrznnlxu livmcxls Swvrcxsox NNI F1 . 'Tri 'fir . tb ,Q :n Ng! BIERNAI. SIEAMSTER C. Il. VAN SAN1' Clmuucs XVARRINER PAUL X. WIl,l.mMs Ilvnsox XYREN I-IIQRMAN HOOZMAN jmllas Axmcusolv CARSUN Boo'rH GIERALIJ C,xmcx.1. EDWIN CRAIG RAI,l'l'l Cocmlcu limvm DAVIS Cu.uu.1as Emu. jonx Iimlumzlc ITM' lfI,xR'rsl1.1. Clsvll. llulnmlum Pli'I"l'I7S IQIXCANNON IJRISW l,ANmaR I'lmv.uum I.1'r'rl.na Wu.1.1Am Mcfl.1con S'I'lERI.lNG Mc:Nu1.'rY Muxrow Mclr.vANm' Iimvlx Mctllfxxm' AIACK Nlcw'ruN lilmoklc Nmuus Wll.l.l.xM Plcluaxs jmuas lhvrlucx CLINTON Rusnmc Glilllilili Yfxucsllx . ' I Page 261 711 Wvs! Dickson l 4 KAPJPA ALPHA . ......m......-.,.--....-.-...,.........-.N. .,......, .... ... qs 0 w Y 00, wk .-.....--..I- ,... ., ..,. -.... 3 v, .T 5. vgg, 7 rm? .... .-... - ......,. Qylt-.ex pg??2':,:f V fl Founded at VVaShingtOn and Lee University, 1865 Alpha Omicron Chapter established at Arkansas, 1895 Flofweffs-Red Rose and Magnolia Colors- GEORGE COLE MINOR MILNVEE HAL MIXON MARVIN CIIIPMAN JIMMY HARRIS WARREN WOOD MEMBERS ROBERT BRUCE CASS ADAMS COURTNEY WALKER ARTHUR HALE Crimson and Gold HARRISON HALE ROBEIl'P LINDSEY FLOYD SAMMONS ROBERT PYE FRED BLANKS j. D. LEETWICII . A, Q B ?, Y 1 ' Y A ""' ' - ' s ' . 0 A P . y.. xv 1 .H T. W8 In IA J eff fi 5- U V A 4 ra G' ill: V U 7 I Mi I Q A ' FV 1 T I ' A ' .4 'L his ll A-vb fl- i , l Top row-BRUCE, COLE, MILWEE, I-I. MIXON, WOOD, CHII-MAN. HARRIS Second T010-WAl.K1ER, I-I. I-IALE, A. l'lALE, ADAMS, LINDSEV, SAMMONS, PVE Third row-REED, G. MIXON, COUCH, MCMILLAN, BENNETT, LEETWICII, BLANKS Bottom 7010-HEDGES, CASISEER, DUDLEY, MULIIOLLAN, BISHOP, COTTON, LEE Page 262 033169 IIQQI' MAURICIQ BnNN1c'r'r MAX BROWN PAIGIQ MUl.l IoLLAN I'Il'2NDICRSON JACOWAY IQIENNICTII RICICD KQEURUIC STICPIIIENS KAPPA ALPHA ......-. E4:5,1,..7.1 'N I+ 'E XQM: ' 1 r' GoRnoN MIXUN Kmso Coucu Boswlcu, MCMII HAROLD Humans Vmcsu, CASHIEER RAY BURKI-:sz i N45 ...... .,..... . . .... it ..,..,..,....... . .,...,,,. .. .X lCUm+:N1': YVARRIEN MAX Blsuov IJAVID Co'r'1'oN Romcm IJUDLIEY FRED Lula LEON CA'l'l,l2'l"l' .A WMI' Page 263 717 Wes! Dickson r SIGMA ALPHA EIPSILON ' 'NO ::f"m"'M IIQIQIQI' lwlfl ' lmQ IIQ '.f f f: 90' lr, A fimz Kr Kd. , fr 'L Flower-Violet N ELsON SADLER LEWIS DALTON DAVID F1N1.EY WALTER I'lIN'I'ON University of Alabama, 1856 Alpha Epsilon, 1893 Colors MEMBERS BERRY MOORE BEA URORD GREEN -Purple and Gold BUSTER Ross FRED MCRAE EARL DONATI-IAN JOHN ALLISON Q-If l ,. .WGA A l ' nil. A at , A x Q I-P4 ' 1 ,I ' Q td Z f I, 4' - :W FQ 'A' 5 A 5 N W A , ,Q n 'uf t Si. 9,54 9 . M V , A dl' - f l' A .fig 1 ' . , y L ' I ,,, ' J jf, . -1 1 , .I - f ,, l ff' a LA. ' fs , L J A i 4 U '9 Top V010-DAI.'fON, GREEN, SADLER, DONATHAN, I-IINTON, REAVES, MOORE Second row-Wmss, REESE, LOCKETT, SCHOEPHOESTER, PICKELL, PAGAN, HOLMAN Third TOZUQMCCIREGCDR, MASTERS, MCJOIQE, MCRAE, NEWMAN, BUCKMAN, CARRUTH Fourth row-ADKINS, MERRICK, ALLISON, HUTTON, FRENCH, LEE, FINLEY Bottom VOZU-THCDMPSON, CLARK, TUFTS, BEUCKMAN, BR1nEwE1.L, BOUNDS, MCSHANE Page 264 f 1 1 f 4 F 'W' SIGMA ALPHA JEPSIULUN Tl-1oMAs I.oc'K1z'r'r TOM PICKICI, CHARLES Rlclcslc KENNlc'1'I1 Scillomfllc Al,IilCR'I' 'I'HoMAs jo1lN W11,soN ALmeu'r Wmss TRAVIS Lvl,1-1 CA1.mv1c1.l. A'l'lClNS Romain' BIEUCKMAN JACK lJAl,l+: Y ...,.. A'A"' ' 'IifflfflfffflfffffffflffA'fQf""" lrfffnli .V fr 5 BILLY BR1mcxvlc1,l, LAMAR CLARK As1A1I.nv FR1sNc'11 m1cs'1'IcR VVo1zl.1zv Folmlcs FRIQMAIAN HOLMAN Voss HU'I"l'CDN Uwlzu, 1.11312 JAMES Mooluc Rolxlcm' MCGRIQGOR Blzucfla MCRAE GlcRA1,n MQSHANIQ -IULIAN MAs'1'mas ,lAMl4:s NIEWMAN FRANK NICWICLI. Bovclc PAGAN JAMES fRlQAv1cs Mlcuzov 'l'noMvsoN JACK TUIVI' ERNIQST VAN SICKLI VVILLIAM Mlsluucxc H. B. CARRUTH .IOHN BOUNDS Page 265 Wes! Dickson and Ozark T I 1 4 I S L SIGMA NTU 'flIfIfQf""""""'W"'i''W' """ .... If G' fzyn QT jfs.. -Ii' 2' 43: Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869 Gamma Upsilon Chapter established at Arkansas, 1904 Flower--VVhite Rose Colors-Black and Gold MEMBERS LARUE BONVKER ERNEST CRENSHAWV B. F. DONATHAN WILLIAM D. FERGUSON A. B. ALEXANDER Bon AUSTIN FORREST ANNEN CHARLES BEAUCIIAMP R. O. BEAUCIIAMP , 'Ir " I - A 'i i ff .ln Iggy 'T i i 'Ni S - K'- 'A 31 b 3 as 15, 'f ' Hr ., V I . ii fi X. . . I I 'iq' x 13. 3. .Y . i 1 L . . . JAMES FREE CLARENCE GEIS JACK GILLISON HORACE KREGEL ROEERI' LAWTON I I 5 Y . .IA , i X V Top row-FERGUSON, MURPHY, DONATHAN, STOUGI-I, AUSTIN,'CRENSIIAw, KREGEL Second row-ALEXANDER, C. BEAUCHAMP, R. BEAUCHAMP, FREE, MILLER, STOKES, BOWKER Third T0'w1ANNEN, YOES, BURTON, LAWTON, RYLAND, GEIS, NIPPER Bottom row-CORE, WITT, FINNEY, HAMER, HOPKINS, FERGUSON, DAVIS Page 266 - 0 ...W .... .. I'IOXVARD LINDSEY RICHARD MILLER JACK MURPIIIZY W. W. OCKER EUGENE STOKES GERALD STOUGH PHILLIP YOES MAC CORE SIGMA NU y" M EM BERS FRANK BURTON BEN HOPKINS HAROLD REEVES LELAND REEVES THOMAS WITT ALIJERNON RYLAND THOMAS FINNEY NIERLIE DAVIS A QLP STANLEY FERGUSON CURTIS HAMER DOUGLAS CARSON LAWRENCE NIPPER J. HILL LYLE BENTLEY PAUL HIECTIQIEIQ FRED HECKER Page 267 310 Washington Ave. ' l 'II ,.,-Mf, "1'3" .. l , .. W' v llluftl 1' I -J :nigh H4 'll 5 r I l ' l SVI' " 'f 'pqrw .Hu '..,. IPI KAPPA ALPHA n .... .,.... , ...,.... OD . V '...'i mr' QA. .QUKAH o, bs' .. , - . 'li Founded at the University of Virginia, 1868 Alpha Zeta Chapter established at Arkansas, 1904 Colors-Garnet and Gold Flower-Lily of the Valley E. C. GATHINGS MACE HARKEV H. J. I-IOLLOMAN GASTON BELL CLINTON THOMPSON A Ai N N , 1 N1 it -. up it sg Q ' is ,. A I ZF' I . ' . I 5. 1 .f',- Sz V. , 1 I MEMBERS JAMES CORDRY MAX BROOKS J. P. WILTSHIRE JACK BLYTHE HOMER FULLER WIENDELI. POLK HEARTSILL BASIIAM JAMES YARIIOROUOII BERT CARPENTER We r. F f ' fx, ' ' '2' A, ' .- -Y I I - Q.. V 4 . . . . J ,,, , l Gr 'uf' V . 'fr f ' . +- . . fl' f A Sw R 13 , nr-an 1-nv-. ,fo 'M 'JN V In .Q ' 1 .1691 :ff . A' A V . Q' , WN f ' . Q, 1355 lf. 'Y I Q, ry aj fl- A ,I Y . L ' W . ln A A 1 Top 7010-WILTSHIRE, THOMPSON, CORDRY, I-IARKEY, GATHINGS, BROOKS, FULLER, BLYTHE Secgml row-POLK, BELL, YARBOROUGH, BASHAM, HOLLUMAN, WHITE, CARPENTER, FOWLER Third row-LONG, WII,l.IS, LORD, WARTON, REID, WHALEY, MCNEII., RAYNOR Boltom T070--NIILLARD, ROBBINS, DILLON, WILSON, PERK1Ns, SNIPES, SAXTON, KILGORE .,,-,-.- -...,., .,,.,.: -,, . , , Page 268 . -Ir.-www " "VI" 'V' Hi' 4' '?' If 'lf' 1 KAPJPA. ALPHA , 0 ,mm C'LvDE Wilma AR'r1IUR Fowuma GLEN Rosle Awrlluu RAYNQR Rmmli IVICNIQII. W. P. VVIIALIEY jon W. RIGID I I EGQW., 6. vas. .......,..... ...,.. ...... W, gyr- Q9 ..,......, . ffyaafgfy .V 'fl 'Q Aff' ' ' mfgxu M ICM B IERS HENRY VVIIARTON Fl,IC'l'L'llIiR Loan BEN SAXON COLLINS IQIIAQORIE ROl!I'IR'I' W1l,1,rs Wmm Loma Rm' Ml1.l.ARn BURTUN ROBBINS PAUL Svuuas HICRCIEI. M. Hfxvlcs Wn,l.1AM j. ID11,l.oN liummla W11.soN RICX P1e1uc1Ns Bl1RN1c'1"l'14: SNIPICS N w w v Pugu 269 Nu. 3 Jill. Nord SIGMA CHI . .,,........ QQ ........ .,.. E I 349 ,,, g. 'I, Af, ,,.qgqf,. .,...,............ ..,..., .,.. I Qfwfyr y 13 A Founded at Miami University, 1855 Omega Omega Chapter established at Arkansas, 1905 Colors-Blue and Gold Flower-VVhite Rose NEAL HARMON TRACY RUDOLPII HAYDEN LEWIS JAMES FLIEMMING FRANK MCBRIIIE MEMBERS FRED GILES DAYTON MOORE GEORGE STREEPEY BILL TRICE I 'is' Q5 i ii . 1 , I. f ' ' i vvrv ,, I I I I , - Q , 1 I .I . .lv li J Q A f ' 'I' . , " Au Jg' - ' ' 1 , 1-A . , 1 'W' A I ...S 'JJ Q: M . 1 l im, V x. J i fa! I, Qi. Hi 7. " A V Top row-BOIIART, COX, TRICE, NIOORE, VVALLACE, Second 7'0'lU--GILES, I-IARMON, WVARNIER, MCBRIIIE, Third row FINVER PVRRIII AIIIIO'I"r l IPWIS BVU JAMES T. Cox R. H. CLARK JAMES BOIIART MAX MCALLISTER DAVID BEATIE bf" ,Y J? . I I if ui fr W ,, i P -7 I :N I 1: ' IF. s. an X if-' s ZA.. Ig, I CLARK, MCALl.IS'l'lEIi, STREEIIEY JACOWAV, SIIURORO, GANN, MCCARROLL ET MOS1'II'x C'RAvI'S D NICALIISTER - I 1 .. ., . LR' .L.L' 1 s, . ., ' ' Y 4 Y V I Y Y V Fnwlh row-STRAIISS, DEl.l.INGIiR, RAMSEV, RIFFIEI., FOGLEMAN, COLLISON, RIIIIOLRII, WIL- LOUGIIBY Bntlom row-HALE, DOWELL, I-IOLIJER, FIRMIN, B. GRAVES, ORTON, MILLER, BOWMAN Page 270 A 0 ..-.- .,... . JOHN XNOMACK CECIL SIIUFORIJ RAYMOND Moslcuzv FREDERICK AHHOTT PHQRCH MCCARROLL LOUIS P1cRRH.1. JOHN BDURIQT JOHN NVALLACIC Russlzu, MILLIQR WALTIQR Dowlcu, SIGMA CHI . ..... iA:5x,..4if5!A, ......... .. ... .... ........... .. Q xg it I5 MEMBERS 'IXHOMAS RAMSIQY JACK S'rRAUss WH,l.1AM COl.1,1sON JOSIEPII XVOMACK B. C. JACOWAY Russlcm, VVILLOUGIIIZY EULUS f1ANN BUR1, GRAVIQS HAMILTON URTON JAMES CIQCH. HALIC HOWARD MAY!-:s IQENNETII DIQLLINGIER ALLIQN BRADLEY HOWARD HARMON DON NICAl.I.IS'l'lCR JOHN FOOLDMAN BERRY BOWMAN, JR. J. B. HOLDER FJ ' "" fl:-J K' '- M .in '-- J. .. - Pugm' 271 ix'T". 1 '-Tk-' 'T -A-V-. . .. , . .. . ,.f...... -I IU ,fl rleafzxux SIGMA PHI EPSIULON W..- ..,...,,.. .... M-. ,....... 2, F5251 - ...,.,....... .. ......,.....,, ,..... rp, N: PM Mi' 26 df 'f X Founded at University of Richmond, Virginia, 1901 Arkansas Alpha Chapter established at Arkansas, 1907 Colors'-Purple and Red Flowers-Violet and American Beauty Rose MEMBERS v DENTON BREWER CHARLES FINKLIER ALFRED MAIJIJOX PORTER BYRIJ RAY HANLEY CLYDE M. PHILLIPS JOHN CISLER CQUY MCCOY SAMMIE ROSSON EUSEL COLEMAN PELHAM MCGEHEE T. C. TREADNVAY, JR. ROIHQR1' DIELLINCIIER EDMOND WA'rsON at QiV A . , A? 1 gi A , 4991: 5 I pf V l V 1 v 1 "f - - fi , 1 .4 1 ' A fu -v so 1 4 In ' , ., A s ,I X , ' I. A ... 1 I 1 , ' ' , Ja, f , ' EQ., ' A ,,. J' v w 7 Q A h 5 iM, ' R! Top row-PH1LLu's, PORTER, BREWER, MCGEHEE, I-IANLEY, ROssON, COLEMAN Second raw-DALTON, TREADWAY, CISLER, SAILOR, MADDOX, GrnsON, BYRO Third 70111-S'I'ONE, MCCOY, EDDIE, DUVALL, COs1sY, CLARK, ROBE Bottom row-FINKLEA, MCMANNUS, Bus:-r, PARRISH, W1Ns'rON, CHAMHERS, MCMILI.AN Page 272 SIGMA. PHI IEPSIULON -do " K.xv.xN.xuuu Busu Russm, Cxksox Ummm Cl.fxRK SIcl.mcN Cllmxllzlclzb JASPER Cosm' GLYNN D,xl,'roN EULIN lJux',xl.1, jmllcs linux' 1 A N, 1-A 47 -V' -qi ff TRIP F' .. M EM B li RS Pumwoon lfRlcmmN RM' Gmsox jmm Mt'M.XNUS G,xR'rlr ML'Mll.l,1XN KlcNN1c'rx1 P.xRR1su DoN.x1,n Roms Sl.o,xN S'l'l4:w.xR'l' W.x1.l.,w14: Smxlc Rnmx XYIl,S'l'l'I.XlD 90' 1' A Pugu 273 405 Wmlsllinglan I. f ' I.. , I " I, ,nrt 'IV' """7Z' Z" I- I, I ,AI -, LAMBDA CHI ALPHA +0 f.'QIIIQI 1Iff.iIIIfflQ'i'M ""' """ "" " 96' Yu ,, ,- Founded at Boston University, 1909 Gamma Chi Chapter established at Arkansas, 1925 RICHARD BOAL FRED PATTON MERLE WOODS HOWARD CALDWELL I'IAROI.D STEEL GARLAND BEAVERS KENT KERBY 7 tk ' ai iii, 84 X ' A. m A A W I W' 4 A " 'I I 'A Q 2 - ' f' , J .. ? 0 , Ii MEMBERS LOUIS BYARS RALPH CRIGLER RAY HOLBIQOOIC ROBERT OSBORNE BOWLIN CLARK GEORGE GIQIESHAM SMITH REED JAMES KANE ROBERT KANE THEODORE KIMES WILLIAM MORRIS JOE MONROIE EVERETT LINER .v I K ,rf 3-Q5 " ' ' A P 5 g V. V. A 41 3 , Q. I : wg V v5Q,1.s ! , gi.. U . A li! I ,I M" 'II ' :U ,P ry ,. V ' L, ' -9 A II I ., ,L v - ' . ' . ff , X- 'wp' H I y W , 5' ' .3 , -w :I I First row-REED, ISBELL, KIRBV, CRIGLER, GARRISON, MADDOX, KANE, STEEL Second row-OSEORNE, FORRY, LINER, H. CALDWELL, PRUITT, BOAL, R. KANE, WOOD Thzrd row-CLARK, DAVIS, BYERS, D. CALDWELL, KAMP, HOLBROOK, KIMES, PATTON Bottom T0w-WARREN, MCCONNEL, PHARRIS, DAVIS, MORRIS, JONES, COBB, SNODGRASS Page 274 I J , ,,.,.,..,., 7 IL T 1' T T f f if "fi" "Y 7' f 1477 '? V ' 1 I 1 0 Ilflwm'I1III1I1',.,....II11"'"'N'.IQIffQffQL1fl FLE'I'cIIER ISEELI, ROV PRL'1'l"1' JAMES MAIDIJIDX CLIIPTON WADE C. D. CALDWELL CECIL CAMP TERRALL WARREN HARMON DAVIS, JR. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA u .H N15- IA NG - I--fa xv' ,V -in MEMBERS WARREN FURRY WILLIAM MASIIEURN HIRAM MCCONNEL PAUL HENDERSON FLOY WISE IJEWICY SLAUGII'I'ER ROBERT SECREST ,-,,,, - ..m.----...- .. ,.,,.-..,,N,.-....-..--..,., .-- ...N .,.,,,,IL,, m,--,.,-L- --,. ma GLENN GARRISON BAXTER STRONG TEASTER FI'I'zPATRIc:R .IIMMIE Colm PIIILII' SNODGRASS f2ORDON JONES LEON MCDONALD MCNATT PIIARRISS Page 275 753 Wes! Dickson 1 ,-. W- ,... .. -'R 1 A R, f,z'ff1f,.:.f-ImfIf ,Z4,3l1l THETA KAPPA NU 1060 fifIIIIQfQII"' "" "" " 'III .... 90' .2 W I Founded at Drury College, 1924 Arkansas Alpha Chapter established at Arkansas, 1926 Colors-Argent, Sable and Crimson Flower-White Rose THEODORE E. PETER WILLIAM J. MCCLUNG GEORGE EWELL TAYLOR PAUL KAYS PHILLIP MOC RAE GARLAND OAKLEY MEMBERS EARL WHITINO WALTER DIXON EMERSON DOW ERIIIE TILMON JAMES C. BAIICOCIQ REX KILLIEREW ROY E. WI-IITE BRYCE VVILLIAM5 JIM JONES NORRIS OllXllVIAL , - V I-hw' , ' G1 NI- I If I wg n ."" I J xv -' V Y ' 1' wh? ' , .I 1' I A, W Z we 3 , X' U , , Y I A r Rd .Nu ' V Y A 4' ' , I A I ,nf if 1- , L ' I x I Q QQ: MQ .1 , 4, I' , I ,W I . if a n F. fl Q 5' lf? W 1 1 -M, F .,.v 'V I I fl .R I 4 It 'i':'+., If , Top row-SULLIvAN'r, PETER, MCGUIRE, MCKENZIE, TILMON, SHAW, CALDWELL, VVHITING, WHITE Second raw-ROULEAU, KAvs, OAKLEY, TAYLOR, J. KAvs, KIl.l.IIlliENV, MCRAE, EIDSEL, CARRUTH lhird row-O'NEIL, DANIELS, TRIMIILE, BAECOCK, JOHNSON, DIxON, TAPPIN, JONES, HALL Bottom 7'U'lU1HElliLING, TREECE, DEAN, l.Jl'l"l'MAN, YORK, KIRBY, WILLIAMS, HUNT, STEWART Page 276 AM.. ,. LIIILI,-.nm III If 1 , ,If Il' f ,, l in W if ,ff zil- pl? vi rl ,I nf f' I lv ,J , lf ll E1 J. ' if c' 'I ri, I Il ,lg I, ,., , I l . ri lr I If ,I fl 'S E. il I' -I Isl ii, lg 4 Il I I ll: if :lr 'l l Ii? .,v 1. I l. rl! 'iQ nr l Il. l . . ., l .1 rp ll I' W I2 rl. I J, L, ,- 'MQ ffff lfl+:l.lx Hl':l,l':l.lNls RAx'mloNlm Rolll.lclxll A. B. C AI.lJWl'Il,I. ,llxl Mvlilaxzllfz lilwllllx Slfl.l,ll'.-xx'l' HAlull.ll lilllsox , '. 2 '. '. Allxlcla IVIl'Cll'llzl-1 Cl Ylll' 'l'lzl'l'c'l' C'l..lxl'lll': 'I'lllxllll.l-: THIETA KAJPPA NU '-' ..,.,. .. ..... . . .v., , .,.. ......... .....,, - .... ....,.. ...... ...,,.. ....,..... . Yl. LT T7 M ICM B HRS Hlaxln' Klllln' lolz LICIC Tlllmlxs 'l'.fxl'l',xN .I Ac' lc STIENVA lvl' Wll.l.l,xxl Ylllzlc Wllll' -Iollxsox Rolllalu' Hlfxl' l',xl'l. Sll.-xw Al.l.l-:N Dlxox lilmuxlzlv Pl'l"l'M.'XN .IIN Goss Clll.lll':le'l' DEAN Al,lll-:lz'l' Blwlius jlxl l'lc'lil-zlzlxlz I-Iowxlzll H.xl.l. -Itlli lxlllzlxxlm Glclllzlalc lJ,xNllfl.s XT' Pulgll 377 420 A rlellllxllx l ALPHA LAMBDA TAU ...E.,.........-.-..........-.........-..........M....,..,.... ,f,,',g9,. Ya-,.,.....,....,-.,. ..... ,E 4.3 ., .... .... '84, 1. MLW cf Qzs?Lz4f1S'2:S Founded at Oglethorpe University, 1916 Mu Chapter established at Arkansas, 1928 MEMBERS ALLAN BosT NED MUSE BERNARD SCHNITZER ALBERT CLONINGER HORACE C. WILSON HIENIQY W. SCHNEID ER 002' Top T010-MUSIE, RAY, MCCLUSICV, TATE, SCHNEIDER Middle row-SPECK, SCI-INITZER, LEIMER, TERRY, SCHMITT Bollom 7'0'lU1CLONlNGER, ALFORD, JOHNSON, PALMER, OVKEEITIE .N Page 278 1: . ug., m'.::"Vf-.Q..i'5if1Lf- 'Fi 7'7" 'Q'A 'Tin' ,l?1I14r?'!1m'?! 3172 'V . " 1 U A iff ALPHA LAMBDA TAU Q33 n"' " W"M""M ""' N'HH "" 'L X? " 'W'::iif::g. M- I d, 1 A41 .2 .L .!f ,V 1 X . L4 ,M X if PJ, .Vg ? if 'TT W: li: 'X 5 E . ff? i I 1 Q 1 1 vm Af 4' -v Page 279 adv siwbwfixw :Wwe ,dlnlipvc www .. " " '?-v, k1E" r g av' . A-,ai 'ifz-7351.2 , 1 ,...,... ' MEMBERS JAMES R. STONECIPHER NOEL ALFORD DICK RAY HAROLD LEIMER HARRY B. PALMER HUGH W. O' KEEFE EMMETT MCCLUSKY C. W. C. AULSBURY BANCROFT TERRY PHILLIP SCHMITT A. B. TATE RICHARD SPECK .Av- I 402 A rlefmsas rl'YIlIf?II'I' ln' I H FIIIAU Page 230 AP? , Eqdffk 1 V: fait' ' is 1 ess, yf ! I N Hi ,f Q5 i ' Q'-fH"Y'4.-,'?34'?5X,.:,g.h - Al 'fQf!r ,fn 5 "5 . ei 4' ' , ,, if 2 ' WA? lf ' q w C. Q fl llpqx': 'i'rH'. , . ,, I Q 7 : 1-EEXTZ5 ' "' 1 '-" Q . M4 H2- I 47, 0,001 Hg, TW f' ' f U 41 1 M j " 2. If rr 4-1 - 4 . fl W A- "H , x- l 1 f . 0 W, p f' ' ' " A " 1 ,gif -- 'A 1, - X ml lllllml W E X x X Mllllllll w 4 1 x mm .M , - Q! F '- 5 3 Qs 5 'I ,,-f I F ' SU' 1 ' I I lugc ZSI ovovifief CHI OMEGA Q83 fry ........... viz. 4 I ,Q ,.. . .,... ,......g,, QW. 4-6536 ' ---.A . ., I L3'fg!i'1 Q? 1 .6' f raging.. I 'Lili U' L1 Q 4ff 7 '. . .mx Founded at the University of Arkansas, 1895 Psi Chapter Colors-Cardinal and Straw MARTHA ALEXANDER DoRoTIIv BAHLAU MARGARET BROIJIE HEI.IEN CONNJSR I FRANCES CRUTCIIER MEMBERS DORIS DRAKE VERA DRAKE CAROLYN DUNN ELIZAIIETII ELLIS Flower-White Carnation . RUTH ELLIS MARGARET FOREE MAIIY F. HARDING VVINNIE HOPKINS MAURINE LIVINGSTON 'A V I 5 ,I ' xv 'N 1 ,A qv '- ,'.i .L Y' " 'fy' - .- .5 I NX I . .I I A We .J ul 5 I Q J 3' ' -A 3: ' A - . 4. A . , S' E . , I .R 'ff .J ' . 'W ii , :1 i Q gl- . C L l A A . - ' 4. I 4 I , ' ag, x A A - v E xx 4 in 'Q I ' E. , ik ,. E- - - J Top row-WILES, CRUTCHER, DRAKE, ALEXANDER, I-IARDINIQ, I-IALL, DIQAICIE, REYNOLDS, IfIoI'K'INS Sl?C07ldF010-FOREE, LIVINGSTON, R. ELLIS, BRODIE, NURTON, PETERS, PRICE, OUIJIN, BAHLAU Tllfffll'0'ZUiSANDliliSON, CONNER, LEWIS, MCRAE, BERRY, RIPLEV, HENDRIX, SIIANKLE, CARIIIACI-IEL Fourth 7'0'lU-BEMIS, STARNES, RAINWATER, EASON, A'l'KINS,YVHI'l'IE, DUPUVE, AvI'I,EIsv, HENDERSON ,Bollnm row-F. SANDERSUN, M. GATLIN, E. ELLIS, CUTTER, MoRRuw, R. GATLIN, I.ouAN, FORD, DUNN Page 282 'QCD Iflf' EVIQLYN HALL MARTIIA NoR'I'oN EUGIENIA OUDIN HIQLIQN PIQTIQRS FI.oURoNv PRICIQ VIIQKEINIIX RIavNoI,I1s MARY RII'I.Icx' LINIJA WII,Ics MILIJRIIII ARI'IcI.IIv TIIIILMA ATKINS CHI OMEGA M , ,vp .,,.. fvf3'Hi,!7-,....,Lfai,.. , , , ,AA WM W 1,4 QZI IQI, ,D I .4-E1'L.'- A H 5-?oi'3f"5 Q3?,Sg'Q-.4fy' FI - 'giij jdgj M EM BERS AMIQLIA ANN BICMIS RUTII BIQRRY SvI,vIA CARMICIIAICI. SARAII Co'r'I'IcR FR,xNc'If:s VIRGINIA DUI BOURIJIIN EASON MARION FORD RUTII GA'I'I.IN JIM HIzNImIcRsoN I,Uc'II,I,Ic HIQNImRIc'Ics MARJIIRIIQ l,IcwIs FI.oRIsNcIc I.oc:,xN MARY MCRAIE lJoRo'I'IIY NIORRONY ICATIIIERINIC RAINXVATIER ,FY 7 , . 1. . F . . . I R,xMI.s RI.xIxoI.I1s KIVIIIIQRINI-2 SANIIIQRSUN FM' SANIIIIRSON CIIRIs'I'INIc SIIANIQII: XVRIEN S'rARNI4:s EI.Iz,xI3Ic'I'II WIIITI1: Pmlgu LW 321 IVIWIII ClIlII'c'll 1 IA., 4 K ' l ZlE,'ll'A TAU ALPHA 30, 5, ',jntD,.,. 4E .....,......,.... .....,..,..,.... -,..- .....,, .... . . Qi, ij' , ...,....,. A01 ..,,.....,,...-,., .,.,.........5 ' is 1 - I ',.,.....,......, eg' I" - 1 A YCIJAIIIA F I Founded at Virginia State Normal, 1898 Epsilon Chapter established at Arkansas, 1903 Colors-Turquoise Blue and Steel Cray MEMBERS MARGARET YvATES SARA HAYNES ARDETH ANNEN lfI.lZABETl'I MCfKNICiI'lT FANNIE RUTH THOMAS KA'rIIRx'N DEMIIY l , 4 1 ' 5' E I ,M I .V .. . I , fir lil , L-5: '- R.: -, JG- ,J ,J X f 'KK I, , N, F l I , V I l, Flower-White Violet HELEN JOHNSON ENID CLARK JUANITA GRIFFIN MILIJRED BURKE 1 'I rw W' A , lu' ' Flfgjljilzy 1 " 'K sg 'l - : 55 , 5 Q I - -1 . A , I ' I Top 70'lL'1lVlClVlll,l.AN, DEMBV, BURKE, ARMEN, RANKIN, GOWER Second row-C. HEWITT, GLOVER, CLARK, JOHNSON, THOMAS, GRAHAM Third row-PA'I"rERsoN, LONG, RICHARIIT, Ennv, MCKNIGHT, S. HIEWITT Bottom row-IAIAYNES, ALLEN, RAGSIJALE, DINNING, GENTRY, HERRINI: Page 284 ZETA TAU ALPHA EI,IZAl3li'I'I'I RICIIARDT CARROI, HIENVI'l"l' SARAH I-Inwuvr MAYNIIQ DINNING DoRo'r1 lv WARIfml.n 5 44311-'31 ., ........ ....... -. ,... ,. - "'f?'4f,2.T:? M EM B E RS C'Hlus'r1N1c HIEIQIQINIE Mllnlufzn RANKIN CA'1'l 1muNlQ RAc:sn,x VVILMA Gl.ov1f:R Auxclnumc GR:xI I.m I-I1.1zAmc'rl l GOWIER V1Rcz1N1.x Rum' ANN.xmf:l. ALLI-:N Iir.IzAmc'1'lI CZIENTRY ELLIQN PA'l"1'lER50N DoRo'rm' LONG Page ZSF 301 U11-fmfrsfly X ,I 1 W 333 . . Q 1 f uf on Z S' In 4 H .4 PTI BETA Pll-llll -..L -.. L. .,....,. . ..... .,,. . ..., I om '. -wfowfm. .....,...... ..., . ff. 5 Founded at Monmouth College, 1867 Arkansas Alpha established at Arkansas, 1909 Colors-Wine and Silver Blue Flower-Red Carnation ANNE CLEAVER MATTALOU MARSHALL REBA CLARK ANN T. JOIINSON MARJORIE JONES MEMBERS LORIEE TRIIIIILE MARGARET HYAT'F LEONE VVALKIER NICLL WALLACE KELLEY ,I TIIELMA PARKER JOSEPIAIINE BARRETT' FRANCIIELLE WATSON MARTHA MOOIQE - MARTHA HATIICOCK - . A A 'E r . J ' aw , l i , gk 6. K , A- , l, , .' 1 . f- L. f. ' . 'r my Q- f v. - u . . 'I .rm I . 'v ' N ,, ..,, .1 Vx . V' ' in I 41 ' W f ' .. ,K ' . I A K " E ' ' lm " 5. - . QA if 'rf- 1 ff, gf, I I . Rl . V X A , L ., I M 0. J 1 I 'J , . ,, z. , ' i , . - 5 4 rbf . , .. A A-A . , l . . Cgofai 11 .W ,,.,. Y fer, ' J i l 'ea 'X . , W ft , -4. .K . 6 ' ,A fl .I 1 ' I , Top TU7U1METCALF, MCLEOD, KELLEV, HATHCOCK, MARSHALL, CLEAVER, ROGERS, CLARK Second1'o'w-HYATT, PARKER, WATSON, DALTON, WALKER, JOHNSON, BARRETT, CURTIS Third V010-'GOfJDE, L. TRIBBLE, C. TRIBBLE, KING, JONES, MOORE, DONHAM, SLAUGHTER Bottom row-DAGGET, WILLIAMS, A. MOORE, LEURS, LAWERENCE, BURDETT, RIEAGAN, REEVES Page 286 Adm if 1 0- Lols BURNlC'I"l' AGNES IQING GRATIS I,AwR1cNciIc AUGUSTA JOHNSON B1LL11c LIQURS CLARINIL 'I'u11sm.1c LORRAINIE W1Ll.IAMs JASPER GAI,nRA1'r11 'X 1 I Y .MN I I, ., . 1 .I , L... ,,,,... H - H I ffwf HLA . J ' f . - V -Y H fi, I . V , .IA 1,2-, I I fic' ,l'..Iii-'fxfifcIwi I - .. ,, -I f 'W-I g.1i..f. A I DELTA DELTA DELTA W""""M' ....,.., ' fff"I',b71f32 i 2l', U!! - ' V lf, lx Founded at Boston University, 1888 Delta Iota Chapter established at Arkansas, 1.913 Colors-Silver, Gold and Blue Flower-Pansy MEMBERS GERALIJINIE LEWIS HELEN STROIJE SARAH TATUM MILDRIED WAGONIER FERN WATSON ALICE NICPI-IIETRIDGE HEI.l3N BAKER RUTH CANTRELI. EI.IzAIsE'I'II FALLS ANGIE MADGE KEITH -A -in M-4 T, ' V t It . 'I , 5 1, tl 3 1 . Y 1' ' Q A 3 L n , , F- iv. I, - . ' 4 ,V , - 1. ,,N, ?'J , I ,LL W ' 4 I ls " in In A if, i ' irql , , If-Lfl' l' , LLo.,L ..a,. .M,W , Top row-WA'rsoN, MCPIIETIQIDEE, WILSON, BAKER, VVYATTE, STIIODE, KEITII Second row-I-IEss, MINTON, FALLS, HITCHCOCK, CANTIIELL, KIGH'f, THoMI'soN Third row-D. GRAVE'I'TE, PIIILLII's, M. GRAVETTE, WRIGHT, TATUM, LEwIs, VVAGONER Bottom row-SMALLEY, HINs0N, HINES, M. WA'rs0N, S'I'EI'I', S'I'AIfIroIuJ, SPILLMAN Page I l I I 288 DELTA DELTA DELTA JANE KIGH'l' MARGARET WYATT NMDA CLAVPOO1. SARA ANN Hlass ALICE HITCHCOCK BONIEICTA LANGSTON DORIS PH1r.I,IPs , ,,,,,,, in Elm... 5. 4, x.s7....-....-.Y- -....-..-..---.-....... .... ,...-.... .... ,B Rf, Q. M E M R Ii RS ROIZIIE SMALLEY HAI.AVIlE SPILLMAN MAIQY E. STAEEO1m I.AVlEliNlE STIEFF MARJORIE THOMPSON MADGE VVATSON RACfI1lfl. W11,sON IJADY HINES GENE FINNIN I-JIELMA GRAvE'r'1'E MAURIQE GRAVIETTI BONNIE M1N'rON Page 289 19 Clmrcll and Spring Sfrvelx -9, 5 . lPll-llll MTU ..,. ..., .....,Effn,,W 5. fn 55 . gas. ..... . -.,. .... , .,.. Qkygfg 1. "v 1r."" aw -Q, v . 1: 1 .1 1. f,g.1,m,,a-, ", ,.,,-g.'.:loy- .,, 'ELL f' 'fa Founded at Wesleyalu College, 1852 Alpha Beta Chapter established at Arkansas, 1923 Colors-Rose and White Flower-Enchantress Co "nation MEMBERS MINNII5 MCGIEIAIEE ROSEMARY TUOHEY IVA MAE CLEMMIER IRICNE PITTMAN FRANCES COLLIER ROMA MORRISON HEl,IEN GUINN MARY HATFIELD I . 1 F " IA' W fl - l n q tr. A , - J ' . -4- f ,E 1 V " fi 4 vl . fx: 1 ' ' K :ik X A b .M A .AX .. 0 IL A Tap row-G. GUINN, KEILER, I-I. GUINN, TUOHEV, STEWART, SHOFNER Second raw-P1'r'rMAN, LEAKE, ARNAUD, MCGEI-IEE, SHEWMAKE, EASLEY Third ?'0'ZU-HATFIELD, NICCONNISLL, COLLIER, SWAIN, BRONSON, AIJAMS Bottom row-CLEMMER, BAR'rr.ET'r, HuRs'r, ARCHER, MORR1sON, ELLIS fha Page 290 'wiv N-- MARY I.oUIsIa SIIOFN GIQIQALDINIQ MCCUNN ALI.IIc MAE ADAMS GWIQNDQINN GUINN MARcsAIzIz'I' BRONSON I W1-f ,, ,..., PHI MU ,- I , ...... . A f2.'.5n1:Lf1"'f 1,1 1-7 :V if ,.a I-. Iv., r 9 so M EM B ERS ISR ETIIIQI, EASLICY ELI. CLIELA HURST MAIJGIE LIIAKIQ ANNIIQ LAURIIE ELLIS EUNICIE ARNAUII VI RGINIA SI I1swMAIcIc CAROLYN BAR'r1,I2T'1' VIC'Fl'JRIA SWAIN CLARA ARCIIIQR PIQARI. STENVART MARc1IcRI'rI2 KIaI.I,IzR 90' .1 . ,Q mums I. 'I .3 i'..I ,,.I In. 'ii : if Q32 .II I I Page 291 121 Wes! IJITCIJXOIL KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA .....,.. .... .....-...............,....,.-..........,..,.............................. gffw... ,'- vig.. Ifaf,.,.---- .... - .,,..... .... ......, .......... . ....,.,.,,........ ...............,.. ..- Q ...., -. .,,.,, .,...,.... ,. --,.,,,.,-.,..-.. mf f X. ,i ix E .f.- l.:f51l,.-N-.-,- g " Emo . I '!.' 'I 1, .' ' V I Founded at Monmouth College, 1870 Gamma Nu Chapter established at Arkansas, 1925 Colors-Light and Dark Blue Flower--Fleur-de-lis MEMBERS AUDRIQY CURTIS RUTH FITZJARRIQLI. ERLINE BLACKSHIRIE MAIQIE BUERKLIC E LIZAB ETH B URRICLL NELIJA HICKMAN BIETTY jomzs MINE'l"I'l3 REIS LILLIAN HIEIQSI-ll MADK'ilC CURTIS I V , I l l " I' I ' ' , I l h V A K ,, 3' "R w I fx A I H . K bf 4 ' '11 fx. I L I v 5 1 f 5 4 , . A I I W, 1- Hx ' 1. .Q -,, I V V B . A W -ai I , 4 Top row-HICKMAN, SCHII.I.INo, CHRISTIAN, REIS, BUERKLE, FITzJARRI2I.I,, M. CURTIS, A. CURIIS Second 7'01U?CUMMINGS, ELDERS, ITIERSIII, BLACKSIIIRIQ, BURRIsI.I,, RAY, M. PEEL, JONES Third TWZULDAVIDSON, A. TARLTON, l'lAYS, BURKES, O. TARI.'I'oN, RIsINoIcIII,, SMITH, PATTIQRSON Bollom 7070--OXVNliEX', MARTIN, Wooos, ICIRBY, Z. Pam., MCKlENNA, WAI,KIaR, JACKSON Page 292 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA MARY SctIIII,I.INc: IJORUTIIY CUMMINIQS MARY PEEL MARX' JACKSON OPAL TA RLTON AUDRIQY TARLTON FRANCIS MCKENNA MARJORIE CI-IRI:-s'rIAN L Y 15...-....,.... ..,................-.............,..........-.....-...-.......-..--.4 f X x gm ----pyI,:,p.l.,.........., . 1. PM I L. ., 5 M EM B E RS MARY HAYIES GRACE PATTERSON BERNISILE MARTIN VIRGINIA MIl.'l'CJN LUCILLE RAY GENEVA DAYIIISON C'A'rIIERINE WALRER FRANCES COX MARCAQUIZRITIE OWNIIEY N ATALIIE WOOD MIIS. WILLIAM SELF HAZIEL ICIRBY VIOLET REINOEIIL Cl-IARI.0T'I'I2 BURNS BLANCIIIE SMITII ZILLAH PEEL V 5 PS I I Page 293 510 Norlh Collvgc DELTA BETA - H V- V.. ,.,,, an f M ,.-4,-.van ',',.wm,..f4v,..W.--..-- --...-............................-...-.... .WW-.,,.a.M..,,.,M-...N.,, . ..,. 3 ' ...----.--k -.., -,., 90' Established at Arkansas, 1925 Colors-Peach and Orchid Flower-Sunburst Rose MEMBERS HORTENSE TOMLINSON MARY ELIZABETH WISIQMAN VERA LESIYIER EVELYN LAMB EDNA KATE HALE MARGARET W1-HTTY .. , Q 1. A7 ' , , s 6 3 A R?- 4 .aux 'I , gr l K Q- 1 G- Q- Top row-I-IA1.1s, WISEMAN, TOMLINSON, LIESHER, LAMB, WHITTY Middle 707.0-'I'IUDSON, BURNS, BLACKMER, DAv1s, CooN, EARL Bottom 1'0'lU1BURNS, KENDRICIC, CI-IAl'l'l.E, COLE, 1-IATCHER, WAY Page 294 DELTA BETA. 0 -...- ,....... -..-..,- .....,., - ....... W .... . .... .Q V , E-"Hifi J LURA HUDSON LUCILIC MUSIC MARGARWI' BURNS LOUISE C1-IAPPLIQ EVA COON DoRo'1'1 1v IDAIVICS 4ww gg vo- MEMBERS DOROTHY WAV PEARL IQIENDRICK VIQLMA Llclc Coma E1JvT1 m BLACKMTER Jovan HA'1'C1 11sR W11.M,x EARL Page 295' 32-I Sl. Clmrlex -.T -r'v r :X I ,s11b. '- if X f .1 : 1 .1 WOMEN7S PANHJELLENIUC ---..-- ...- W.-......................,..,..............,.,......,..,,.,.,. ,-5... 6 ,isy 2sY,,,,..,-,.,,-,..,,-,...,.,..,,.,..,......,......,..,..........,,......,.,...-... 0 ..................,-..- .,..,.. ..-,,... .... ....,,...,...,-,,...XkK? 5,,g,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,w,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,..,,,,,,,.,,,..,,,,., OFF IC ERS M1NN1E MCGEHEE ...... President MARGARET W1-IITTY Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Chi Omega EVELYN HALL LINDA WILES Della Della Della HELEN BAKER MARGARET WYATT Pi Bela Phi MATTALOU MARSHALL ELIZABETH MCLEOD Kappa Kappa Gamma RUTH FITZJARRELL ELIzAnE'1'1'1 JONES - Phi M u MINNIIC MQGEI-IEE MARY HATEIELD Zeta Tau Alpha ARDETH ANNEN MILDRED BURKE Della Bela HORTENSE TOMLINSON MARGARET WHITTY YW Y , ,. t .Y ? A, ', J. T " 5 wp p Top row-BURKE, XNILES, MCLEOD, ANNEN, HALL, WYATT Bottom VOYU'-TOMLINSON, HATFIELD, MCGEHEE, MARSHALL, WH1'r'rv, FITZJARRELL Page 296 :vu 141419.11-1.v 1..v.,,..mf4.nf-.r.n -nw--1. nv. -uvvzffwvurwzurxzxzrxrvnu:fra-rwnvv--'vrvvzvw1"v1"x'fv111l"ur:rrw"rYv'1"wrwv41 A '77 IW VY" aw 'W' "VV TT' 'TY' 'TW' 'YT 'YT 'VY' RTV' 'YT "YY" TY' "TY 'YY' Page 297 hi figghl - 'aw K.-a-,l Q SQ, V V if W v EI' X- ' ,1-. ,klmvxh '- emit 'f ev?-x' 2 , f 3 bk + A 1 y d 1' N J v ' V Y '-1:11 k 1 u . ------. ., L. 4 ' " - W gg - :I Egg:-.: :1E::'.51 N f:"'f. 1 .ia wx ff 471 1 3 1 v .g':ff:g-.34 1 7 xx f ,fp 5. 1. Y 1 52-lf Ss?" Ti 'S . 1 'z' .il 121: fj I x 5" 29 w r Y -H. 1 :-me 52 7 2 , 2 3? X Zj r -lu, I N , ' glial Z ' f VSSIEETLE is I Z' fl . , ,,.-175 ,sh K 4' gfgffx Z" K 3' 9 123? 'H' Q T sk H. A I - I -b ,I . A ,f Neg? Agn A K Riaidull XX X ,ref 1 'X-rw-11 N IM 153. f u w S? M '-5 'ff ,.:-:af ,gi 33511 - . N ff . -- .milf .za rf frn- ,,,,, N l 01101701527 ,.,,. x 1 1 . ' 'a' '+" " ' Y' "YV Y 'e' Wx Q i lltifn?f9i'iQ'QI?:f5iI2fQ 7QQ.7"'7ii'-353 '7'h0 I?n70i'bUOIl f 1 92 ff' E'i7-iiifmfilff l I. ,i .44 i i 1 1 L 3 I ii gli! SCABBARD AND BLADE 3,4 2522 'n""t--Ea., .,.., M.- W . r J 'l m..,,m,-mmm .... T, I X ., ,...,, , rj Q ' fly. 'wr 'ill 5, f 5 , "J 'V 5' lf. T224 , , , Honorary Military Fraternity 4.3 Founded at University of Wisconsin, 1905 l L55 B Company, Second Regiment, at University of Arkansas PL 'Ui gf ,I-1 ff ALUMNI MEMBER E, l,. . sal J lj Ulffmnesota Chapterj THoRGNY C. CARLSON ASSOCIATE MEMBERS JOHN C. FUTRALL GUY M. KINMAN J, E. G. Bum- H. o. LANE 3,1 J. I.. DUNN JACK GREATHOUSE CABBARD AND BLADE is a National Honorary Military Fraternity whose purpose is to bring about a closer relationship between the Military Departments in our American universities and collegesg and to spread intelligent information of our nation's military requirements. Members of Scabbard and Qi Blade are selected from among the students enrolled in the advanced courses Q2 of military training near the end of the junior year. Men are chosen in accord- if ance with their proficiency and interest in military affairs, personal character and leadership in other University activities. j ff. iii' iff iii ' WT? ll-- I, l 11 tif" , n L il -4 Q if lgii J s 45? Q 4 all .lf u. ill 4 Top row-SPITZBERG, HUCKABY, KINMAN, ROSE, DUNN, AUSTIN ,il Bollom row-SCHNEIDER, HENIIEST, COWGER, RICHARDSON, AINSWORTH, MCRAE il , wifi, all Page 298 P1 - s --vwvrv, fill L 'The Rf1207'lJ:7Ci'Q 9 LU- L?7TuY"""7 ,, -" A LFQEQTTL W 4' SCABBARD AND BLADE 5- Agn. m...n--L..... ...--....................-........-........... 11 'CVO .,... M... M,..,,,,.m X I ..,..,,,,.,m.,,,,-,,.,,.,,.-,,,....---.,.....--....- I M 455m I, GLEN ROSE MERRILL AINSWORTH SAMMIE ROSSON THOMAS HUCKABY ' ROBERT AUSTIN JOHN ATKINSON JIM BOHART CI-IAS. BEAUCHAMP G. S. BRANCH HOWARD CALDNVELL GEORGE COLE JIM COWOER ERNEST CRENSHANV Ross HENI3EST .MI 'C'-'UE' 5" 'Am , MEMBERS ROBERT JACOBS GUY MCCOY N. J. MCBRIDE MAX MCALLISTER PELHAM MCGEHEE CHARLIE BOE MCARTHUR PHILLIP MCRAE RICHARD MILLEIQ TED PETER JOHNNIE RICHARDSON HENRY SCHNEIDER T. T. SPITZBERG A. R. SULLIVANT PAUL X. WILLIAMS MAX BROOKS ROBERT BOWMAN EMERSON DOTY JAMES FREE CI-IAS. FRIERSON KENT KIRBY REX KELLIBRENV JACK MURPHY E. J. MCCLUSKY WYCLIFIPE ONVEN LLOYD POND PAUL SHAW GEORGE STREEPY I H. .mx U 3 I ff il' 2 'I' 'Nw . I E' 1, ., J fd E 4 M iffy , .. . .rf M M 1 QI x Vx n f A g I 12 ' a Q... D. xi . I. U 'uk Top row-MILLER, PETER, BOHART, CRENSHAW, ATKINSON, MCARTHUR, CALDWELL Botlom V0w-MCAI,LlS'fEIi, MCCOY, BEAUCHAMP, ROSSON, MCGEHEE, MCBRIDE Page 299 4 ' I 4 7 : FF! 5 'V Ill 3 V., . SKULL AND TORCH .........,..,...........,..,,......,,.,..,..L.,....,,.,.....,.....,..,.,,...........3 , 17. X43 ,.........,.,.-.--...--. ..,,. ............... .....,,.. .... .... ....-...--,,.L ,,L,L,,.......,,. f ..,---..-...- ........., .,......,--..-.... Honorary Academic Scholarship Fraternity Founded at the University of Arkansas. 1915 OFFICERS NIARTI-IA ALEXANDER .... . . Prcsirlz-ul CECIL SHUEORD . . V1'CC'-1J7'!'S1id!'Hl lVlARGUERI'l'E ICELLER . . Srcrrlary QUINTON RAY ..... Treasurer MEMBERS lVlA'I'TALOU MARSHALI. MRS. J. R. HILL Rov SULLIVAN Louis BYARS VERA LESCHER EMMA SCOTT H. J. HOLLOMAN FELIX HELIILING FRANK I-I. SMITH MEMBERS IN FACULTY MISS JIM P. MATTHENVS MISS JOHELLE I-IOLCOMBE Miss HELEN I-IUDGINS MISS JISWELL HUGHES MISS ANNIE BRASFIELD PHI BETA KAPPA MEMBERS ON THE FACULTY J. C. FUTRALL T. C. CARLSON H. H. STRAUSS J. C. JORDAN EDGAR WERTHEIM C. C. FICHTNER V. I-I. YoUNca INA 1-I. IQERR D. Y. THOMAS FRED L. KERR Membership in Skull and Torch is the highest scholastic honor conferred upon students in the College of Arts and Sciences. A grade poin four years is a prerequisite for membership. I if :Wi I' if VI .,?L .1343 .K V . :M rl, . J I 4 R, 1 . I 'all' t of 4.25 for 4 H l Q ' PW' . Q 5 gg Y J I ff' Top row-IIELHLING, RAY, MARSHALL, BvARs, IQELLER, SULLIVAN, I-IoLLoMAN Bottom 1'0'ZU-SCOTT, SMITH, ALEXANDER, SMITH, LESCHER, SHuIroRD Page 300 ...In-I. ..,' 1.4. 1.1-'T Y -.IL.rvm1fI11-4.-A-1 1.4 'f f ' ' I" I ' 4' K' " I 'Tv' Y' 'l"'T"' M'W'I3' I I J ., Af . I fl J i Ln'- 'V A :jc 1l'l ll Rs . ..A.1.,K. ' ' ""f' "" "'V'7"f' ii'a'v'ff"'f"fr!f4"F'f in " f 9.1.-I 4 , . ,fi ,sw :tw ,dnl '...'i TAU BETA Pl .,.....,.. .... .....-...........,.- .....,. ........ .,.... .. .... yu' ffibsw- Li Q Honorary Engineering Fraternity Founded at Lehigh University, 1885 Arkansas Alpha Chapter established at Arkansas, 1914 MEMBERS GERALD D. STDIIGH .... . . President T. T. SPITZBERG ..,.... Vice-President HENRX' W. SCHNEIDER ..... Secretary-Treasurer CHARLES I-I. MCRAVEN ROBERT A. BOWMAN EUGENE B. STOKES A. B. HUBBARD FLOYD C. KNIGHT XVARDEN C. LENEHAN P. J. BvRD W. W. OWEN CECII. D. CAMP MEMBERS IN FACULTY W. N. GLAD!-BON E. I.. THEARLE D. C. CARTER W. B. STELZNER W. R. SPENCER R. C. PRICE Membership in Tau Beta Pi is based not only on high scholastic st lllCllllQ' but character, personality and leadership ability as well. ,V .4 I In Rf? V -I 7 I A 3 fl! ii? AI I rf T7 Iii 132 ,j Page 30l I ., .- ,,. I! A va -5'-A A . l I 'RQ ,QQ ' g gg A . ' , , . I , Y . 'I N' Ar' A ,Refi . Q' f 'in . l, in 4 Q ' , SV, .vl , 1" . Q ' 'SP' wwf rm K -.15 ' 1 I .lx Top row-SPITZIIERG, MCRAVEN, SCHNEIDER, HUIIIIARIJ, STOKES, STOUGH Bottom T010-OWEN, CAMP, IQNIGHT, LENEHAN, BYRD, BOWMAN .....................,,.........................,........................... g , !. l, ALPHA ZETA '42 j Qgv 4910- ...... ,.. ....-... .... .. .-....- - ... ,....., .......... - I-i",J'9' in 0 p I o i 'ox Honorary Agricultural Fraternity Founded at Ohio State University, 1897 Arkansas Chapter established at Arkansas, 1917 OFFICERS RAYIBON SIILLIVANT ..... FRANK PIfIzIIfIzR ERIIIE TILMON JAM13s Cowcslzn EARL WIIITING . . . . . OLIVER ADAMS XIVILLIAM I-loRsEIfAI.I. l'lARLlIE DAMPF GARLAND OAKLIEI' DAN T. GRAY D. G. CARTER C. K. MCCLIQLLANII R. P. BAR'I'IIoI.oIvIIzw H. E. DovoRAcI-IECK MEMBERS I-IARRY WooI:RuIfIr ICENNETII SAGIQR PAUL TAYLOR M EM B ERS IN FACULTY C. J. BYRIJ V. N. WA'rTs J. R. CooI1IaR G. A. JANssIsN B. M. GILE . C haucellor . .S'cr1Tbf: . Censor . C hrnnicler . Treasurer NoIsLIa MCBRIIJR GROVER KINCAII: l.ACv MCCOLLOCII JAMES MAImox J. O. WARPI W. H. METZGER M. NELSON W. B. BLEEKER S. J. SCI-IILLING LPHA ZETA was founded for the purpose of promoting research work in the held of agriculture and distributing the knowledge gained through this study throughout the agricultural sections of the country. A common interest also links together the men of Alpha Zeta in fraternal bonds of friendship. l I 'HF' 'S l T 4 v u .4-ag . 'M' ""' ' rf . I R ' - -w - l . .A , ' ty 'N 3 J Tab 7026-KINCAIIJ, AIIAMS, TII,MoN, Cowcsizu, MCBRIIJI5 Middle TUTL'-OAlil.EV, l'lORSElfAI.l., MAImox, WoonRuIfIP, WI-II'I'INu Bottom 70'ZUlSUI,LIVAN'l', SAGIQR, PFIQIFILR, DAIvII'If, TAII.oR I Jagc 302 KAPPA DELTA P1 4.2. .....4...A......4 . ,4........ ,. .,... 0 315312: ff' fit ,,..... . 4.4.4.,,. ao- .451 National Honorary Educational Fraternity Founded at University of Illinois, 1911 Alpha Beta Chapter established at Arkansas, 1924 MEMBERS ERLINE BLACKSHARE KATHRYN BUCHANAN ALMA I.. E1.l.1s CLARENCE EVANS GERTIE GAY GA'r'r1s I.Eo GosNEl.I. MRs. MAIEEL HAWKINS MIQS. JAMES R. l'l1LL XIVILLIAM ll. l'lUGHli!-I VERA l.lESCHER EMMA M. SCo'1"1' OLIVER JESSE SEYMUUR GRACE Ui-CUURCH ARDETH ANNEN C. W. C. AULSBURY TOMMIIC I, BARNES LOUISE CHAPPLE IVA MAX' CLEMMER l':l.0lSlE I?ARR1s EVELYN LAME MATTALOU MARSHAIJ Bliss PERIMAN l'lAUI.INE STEPHENS MAX' SUx.1.xvAN'r l-IENRY J. BURKE MEMBERS IN FACULTY FERN BABCOCK E. C. DEPUTY G. W. l.liMAN GEoRcsE N. CADE HELEN GRAHAM JIMMIE PORTER JUNE G. CAROTHERS H. G. I-Iorz C. M. REINOEHL J. O. CREAGER 4 E. PURNELL WILSON APPA DELTA PI maintains the highest educational ideals and fosters fellowship, scholarship, and achievement in educational work. It holds the same place in the educational world that high-honor societies do in the arts and science field. 1 - i N Nga, A V Q 1 lr - , 1, A' . . 'J' A Top f0'lU-CLEMMER, Ho'1'z, l?uI.ACKSl'lARE, l'lUGIIES, MARsHAl.L, CREAUER, BABCUCK Second row-SCo'1"1', Etms, BURKE, ANNEN, LAMB, GA'r'r1s, BUCHANAN Botlom T070-CIIAl'l'I.lE, IlAw1c1Ns, UPCIIURCH, LESCHER, SUl.L1vAN'r, PERIMAN, BARNEs Page 303 I ffl. f-IH,-3-. , M-W-I - -..- I v ,. :I - f, "" V W' n,,, A, 1 9 W I If 2 lv. I tr' fm 'e'+!'f .ZS If l i LAMBDA TAU ...........-..,.. ..... .......-.L............,.......--.............,..,.. ., j. ,gy w ...... --..... ......,,.. , L ...,..,,, -, A..,, A,..A ,4A,AA , ..,...,.,. .,. .., - , my , .'w.,A,., .., eww National Honorary English Society Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio Beta Chapter established at Arkansas, 1923 MEMBERS EMMA SCOTT ..... . President MARY ELIZAIIETII WISEMAN . . Secretary EVELYN LAMB . . . .... Treasurer MARY RIPLEY ELIZABETH ELLIS NELDA HICKMAN DOR0'1'IiY BAI-ILAU ELIZABIQTH MCLEOD LILA ALLIGIQR KATHRYN ELLIS ALMA ELLIS MARY JACKSON MEMBERS IN FACULTY JOBELLIQ HOLCOMHE MRS. G. E. HAS'fINGS AMBDA TAU members are chosen from the girl students who have shown ability in literary work. Its aim is to create and foster a greater interest in literary activity and to encourage future literary endeavor by associating together girls who are definitely interested in literary work. 1 1 Y I , x . Top 7'0'ZU-SCOTT, NVISEMAN, Rll'LEX', HICKMAN, LAMB, JACKSON Bottom row-E. ELLIS, MCLEOD, ALLIGIIR, A. ELLIS, BAHLAU Page 304 ,, ,I.IIIIxu To ,.'ff"w,.-:f1' '-III farm IIIIINI-Iwi: A is LZ ft Q l Li ,l. if THETA TAIU 1.655 am ........ ,.. ........ .... ...... .... . ........... ...., 5 'vid ... .............. . .. .... ..-. ,ya . . . ...-..... ...., . ..... L, I .,, ...,....., - ...., .,,,.. . wr ,mi ' VK- args. f Til .Il National Professional Engineering Fraternity I Founded at University of Minnesota, 1904 Upsilon Chapter established at Arkansas, 1928 l I OFFICERS , . I A R. H. CLARK . . . . . . President GERALD SToUGIeI . Vice-P resident .fi A. B. HUBBARD . . Serretary-Treaszzrcr "ii T MEMBERS PORTER BYRD EUGENE STOKES JIM STEI'IIENs TED PETER HENRY SCHNEIDER ROEERT BOWMAN PELIIAM MCGEIIEE 1 CECIL CAMP JOHNIE RIcIIARDsoN Q CHARLES MCRAVEN PAUL NATIIo HUGl'l HAR'l' T. T. SPITZBERG HARQJLD LEIMER MAX BROOKS , TIIoMAs HUCKAIIY LI.ovD PoND LUICK RAY HE local engineering' fraternity, Delta Psi, became a chapter of Theta Tau, National Professional Engineering Fraternity. on March 17, 1928. Theta Tau has chapters in only the leading engineering schools of the country,and its members are selected from those students who are active in hoth engineering and other campus activities. .L , l .' 4, , M , 9 f f SSN. f A A I 1: ,. lv fi " E. Sl I . I . ix xy 4-, f N r I l r ' ivil" Qi' H 1 I T - ' - , I Toe row-SI'I'I'zIIERo, HUCKAIIV, PETER RIcIIARDsoN, CLARK BVRD, HUIIEARD, S'I'oIIuII 1 V Middle row-RAY, MCRAVIEN, CAMIA, NA'FHO, MCGEHEE, STOKES, SCHNEIDER Bottom ?'0'LU-l.EIMI:IR, POND, OWEN, S'l.'El'HENS, BOWMAN, HART, BROOKS Page 305 20 Ms. If SJIGMA ALPHA llO'll'A ....,,..,...... 11 .- ,' L, .. ..,.- ...... - -.....-.......................,.,.- ..... .. ...., ......,......-. wal - M ..,,.. ,,.,.-,u.e.-.- ...A Ao' 'IJUV' au , A , 4.. .- . ifilliilii' National Honorary Music Fraternity Founded at University of Michigan, 1903 Arkansas Chapter established, 1925 OFFICERS l':LIZAllETI'l ELLIS . . . . . President INEZ CARI.IsI.E . Vice-President HELENA Asn . . . Secretary MARQUERITE IQELLIER Q . . VELMA MctCoNNE1,I, FRANCES BATES l.ll.LIAN BLACRIIURN ELIZAIIETII MCG. BoIIART ELIZAIIETII BURRELI, HELEN LEWIS DoRoTHv DAVIS MEMBERS RACHEL BAccIIUs MARY BLAREIIURN INEZ CARLISLE lVlAR'l'lIA HA'I'IIcocR I MARY HAMIv1ERs1.Ev RUTH f3ATl,lN CITRISTINIE HIENIJIQIX Y 'reaswcr l+II.IzABE'rI-I WI-II'l'lE l.UClLlE GILIIREATII josEPIfIINE BARRE'I"I' LouIsE CIIAIIPLE HELEN BAKER LOUISE SELIG NIILDRIED SMITII Patronesses MRs. HARRY SCIIULTZ MILIIREIJ GII.I,EsPIE M Rs. FRED IQERR ICMA ALPHA IOTA has as its purpose to further and develop music in America, and to promote and dignify the musical profession, to form bodies of representative women who shall by their influence and musical interest uphold the highest ideals of a musical educationg to raise the standards of pro- ductive musical work among the women students of colleges, Conservatories and universities. , ,Y K f ,,, AJ ,K Q sky? ' -II ' l 1 ' A A 4 4 ,Q v sy I 's ' as W N.. fl ' l I M , Top row-CARLISLE, GATLIN, HATHCOCK, El.I.Is, WHITE, DAVIS, BARRETT Bottom row-MCCONNELL, CHAPPLE, KELLER, BURRELL, HENDRIX, Asn, BAKER Page 306 I.-I .,.- , W .., N.,-V V. ,,,, TAU KAPPA ALPHA .............-......,..........-..........,........ . .,.......-... E , . KA? .in -3 ' 'w -fx. , Gfv-.'ar-1 1 0 .........,.........E 5. 5 .ay isi,............ ---'---'-- ..,....4 ...44 - ....4.... JO' flu 'Si Cr ux Honorary Oratorical and Debating Fraternity Founded at Indianapolis, 1908 Arkansas Chapter established, 1913 MEMBERS li. M. AlNswoR'm Coo1'ER jAcowAv VICTOR Hmuus U. A. l.ovEl.r. Bum. Rosie JAMES ANDERSUN CHARLES Bon MCAR'1'uuR llIRAM Form ' Rov NVIIITE I.EoN CAT'l'I.E'l"l' MEMBERS IN FACULTY J. C. JORDAN V. L. JONES J. S. WA'rE1zMAN AU KAPPA ALPHA, which consists of fifty-four chapters, upholds the highest ideals of public speaking and honors those who have distinguished themselves in intercollegiate debates or in oratorical work. Membership is limited to those who have participated in one or more intercollegiate debates -5 i Page 307 Top 70711-l.OVEl,L, JORDAN, JONES, WATERMAN, Foun, WHITE Bottom row-AlNswoRTH, ANDERSON, HARRIS, JACOWAY, CA'r'rLETT, MCARTHUR 1 A " fu .'6f?1"'7Ff",I'Tf'I I ' 'I' I IRI KAPJPA y 16960 " "" " ""1T.IIf"" "" Nfl. 00' VVOIHCIFS Honorary journalistic Fraternity Founded at the University of Arkansas, 1917 .OFFICERS MRS. ZILLAII CROSS PEEL . . . Sponsor DORIS DRAKE . . . . President MAUIJE Z. Gow . . . Vice-Preyifierif CORINIE HUDGIQS Secretary-Treaszzreff MEMBERS NELIJA HICKMAN MAIIEI, CLAIRE Cow El.IZABlE'I'I'I BURRELL AUDREY CURTIS ANN T. JOHNSON MADGE CURTIs DORIS ELDERS LURA HUlJ5tJN FRANCES C RUTCIIER MAIQY SCI-IILLINII MARTHA STONE FRANCES MCKENNA 1 Q I I I y A ,T Top f0w-MIQS. PEEL, M. Z. GOLD, STONE, M. C. GOLD, M. CURTIS Middle ?'0'lU-HIUDSON, CRUTCHER, l-IonuEs, JOHNSON, A. CURTIS Bottom 7'0'lU1SCHII.LlNG, DRAKE, ELDERS, HICKMAN, BIIRRELL I mga sos PHI MU ALPHA . Q . -I .... ..... ...L.. ....,.,..L...L-,,,,........g'x'x.-. A Mfg,-.145 ...... .. .... . ,. .m... . ...L.......... .... - .... .....- .,.... ...,. 5 -fm .,.. ...,.4.. , .,.. ...... L.- ..., .. f. I I H 1 19, ff, 0 u 49 WA A -' I Q j fx '- 1 3!T.L4-I- National Honorary Musical Fraternity OFFICERS AIIIIIsoN I.. WALL . . . . . President CIIARLES VAN SANI' . Vfzfcc-Presirlenl WILLIAM Mc'C'LUNcs . Secretary-Treasurer EUGENE HAMIIRIC . M EIQLE Woons CIIAIII.Es WAIIIIINEII QI:IN'I'oN COLEMAN CIIAIILES NICGILI. MEANS VVILKINSON HAI, MIXON GORDON MIXON LEO SIIINN REX PERKINS HENRI' D. 'FOVIEV HAIIIIY li. SIIIII.'I'z M li MEMBERS DOIIIN CALIIWELI. CLoI'II WALIIIQON Pledges l'lENIu' RUSHING Ii1I1INE'I"rE SNI PES WILIIPREII WEIIII ASHLEY FRENCH JOHN BE1IIzE'I' RALI-II RAIN JAMES KAIIS MBERS IN FACULTY R1IssELL B11IzNE'r'I' DWll'iIl'l' MoOI1E . Historian AIITIIIIII CALDXVELI. DAVID FINIILEV ROBERT CLARK ALLEN DINON WILLIAM PICIIENS CECIL HIIIIIIAIIII TIIOMAS TAI'I'AN BEN SAXTON RAY IYIOLIIIIOOK ALLAN GILIIE1z'r W. S. GREGSON K, Z 1 '93 V h. If H' 1 L, . ' It 5. 1. ff- 4 , . I . Pugv .. . Mm... g ., . ' D. 5 I ii- ki I 5' 'V A " . I, X ' I- , 'Y 2. 'W 2 d 55 J" -vs X V. ...Q J-gh, V 4 W., A. , ' I '. 4' ' r Top row-WAIIIIINER, JORDAN, QLREGSON, SIIIILTZ, WALL, TOVICY, BAIN, CALDWELL Sammi row-VAN SANT, IQAYS, SAILOII, TAPI-AN, CALDWELL, SAXON, FINIILEV Bullom ?'0'1UiIl0I.llROOK, HUIIIIARII, WILKINSON, TAYLOII, COLEMAN, FRENCH, PICIQENS 309 ALPHA CHI SIGMA .......... .... ..,.. ,... ., ...,........... ,.,... .. .......... .. ...., ....,.,........... .... . ........... ..... :'a 1- X' 'R - :.-,' .-f..,. .....,...,.. ......... -do .........,.,. Professional Chemical Fraternity Founded at the University of Wiscoiisiii, 1903 Alpha Sigma Chapter, University of Arkansas, 1928 GAs'roN BELL . . C. D. CALDWELL . JIM MCKENZIE . . ARTHUR HALI5 AVYCLIFF OWEN RORERT ICIMBRALI, HAROLD S'I'1ClEl.li GEORGE GRESHAM MEMBERS . . . . Presillvnl . . . . Secretary . . . . . Treasurer L. T. ALEXANDER l-l. j. HoLLoMAN CLYDE PIIII.l.Il'S HUBERT FINGER JOHN NVOMACK CHARLES G. VVARRINER MEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. HARRISON HALE O. l.. O!-RBORNE ALLAN S. HUMl'HRlEYf-2 EDGAR hVER'I'HlCIM LYMAN E. PORTER 90' LPHA SIGMA Chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma was established in 1928, the charter having been granted to the local Gamma Chi, founded in 1918. Gamma Chi was organized by a group of students and faculty members of the Chemistry Department for the purpose of promoting interest and good scholar- ship in the science of chemistry at the University. Since the time of its organiza- tion this fraternity has been quite instrumental in popularizing the science of chemistry among the students of the school, and at the same time creatinga feeling of brotherhood amongst its members. it , l - f- C' Top 1'0'lU-BELL, OWEN, PHILLIPS, HALE, ALEXANDER Bottom T070-YVARRINER, FING ER, MCKENZIE, CALDWELL, STEELE Page 310 KAPPA. KAPPA PSI 0 ............... , yy... ,gi-,.,.,-.. .,.. . .,................. up 2 . N. , .....,.,.,......i-4' alfv, V z F,'NL9.4-? wir-5 National Honorary Musical Fraternity Founded at Oklahoma A. and M. College, 1919 Lambda Chapter established at Arkansas, 1924 OFFICIQRS Anmsox L. XYALI ..... . . Presiidezzt Miami.: W. Woons V1.l'8-IJl'l3S'fd67lf RAY Houskoox . Secretary-Treasurcr IJUln.m' A. Human .... . Ilisforiian, MlCMlSlSRS joim S'1'Anz JOHN SKn.i,ieuN l.U'l'Il1iR Siuxkxics RAY llOl.lKRO0K Moiuus Bkooics Al,maR'r Weiss linmoxn Wfvrsox james KANH IIIQRMAN Dixvls, ju. Riilifif Romxsox Piuasrou Ronisiwsox lhax Sum: GORDON Mixox Rlrsslcu. W11,l.oi3o GROVIER NIM' W1i,l,l,xm Piciucxs Ciccn. llunnzum Al.l.if:x Dixox NNY XVILLIAM Moiuus APPA KAPPA PSI, the only national fraternity for band members, has as its purpose to strive after a more unified band, and to discover and promote the best there is in individuals. Members in Kappa Kappa Psi must have musical ability, personality, and scholastic standing. Only those who have met with careful investigation are eligible for the organization. 1 f ' ne i A llfii A i ' :xl ,V iififg X ' 'lr i fs A 1 , 9 r , . " '65 I ,ft-VI: I l, X l A ' i ' " A ffl ' 1 , if' . , L 'il X V Wfk W 3 I Top V010-lrVlL'l'SlllRl5, WALL, SKll.I.l'IRN, Dixvls, Shun, Smkuias, NVivi'soN, Ronmsou Middle row-Ielulnmun, Wn.i.ouGnm', Huulak, Kiwis, Sixxox, Mu, Dixox Balham 71170-R0l!ER'fSiJN, Weiss, Mixox, Moiuus, I'Iol.1nzooxc, Woons, Picicisws Page ill V lpll-llll ALPHA THETA ,,....... ,... sus.- ......,. .,....,....,,,.. ....... .. ..... ....-.- .....,.,.. .. ..... ,.., .... . ..,.,..,, , an ,vffgyij .4-gy, ...,,,..,.....,,, .. ,....... ...,,...,,,. , .,......-..- i 0 .... .........,, ..,..4 , .,.,.. ,,.A. , .. so- National Honorary Historical Fraternity Founded at the University of Arkansas, 1921 OFFICERS QUINTON RAY ........ President liRL1Nlc BIMMTKSIAIARIE Sccremry-Treasurer MEMBER IN FACULTY D. Y. TnoMAs MEMBERS MA'r'rALoU MARsuALL QUINTON RAY ERLINE BLACKSHARE Mus. JAMES F. H1l,l. HE purpose of Phi Alpha Theta is to promote high scholarship, interest, and achievement in the held of historical research. It seeks to stimulate research in and diffusion of historical information through a fraternal relation- ship. Members are elected hecause of their achievements in the Held of history. T H OMAS, Spomor l3LAcKs1-:Ama RAY MARSHALL Page 31 2 0514 ,...., - "A - f' ,-.-, ,, .- W I nm HMHE hwwhdiy QS? NIGHT GLU 1-X K L P' '7 X- 'X Maw V 3' 5 Q X sxyvjiglf s g' 'fm .3 Q 5' 'rf' XY' :gy X 1 x xx in 'X e Y'W':Q.2'-ON' .NM yu AgQ.M-gl -, fifgfx QQ 151, T' 'L .,- . .f 4 , -ix, gf-, .. , , 4 . M V x, fr- 'idk ' xt-,, V- ffm' ..x-,f gi N -u n' ' M05-" 1 X N ' 35+ S 12 ,.,f" 1' ,."':Eg N, 37 4. 591 .-,411 -1 ,J - -:gy Q ," -1 -lx il '13 'lc fifi ' LV f if 132, -5.511':Z5if?'S-W" ,'.:'fi-' I' fl, 5 V. " 'i"f'iri'fl'-f. '. f ,E f ,, A. ...ight - .,4 5' ', 'aff . ' -' F '2""'tf5g"', :fi-, ' . - r, gg a ' . 5L V-..- -Qxalll vi ' SNS, ,,- H u xt-.',-Nia lmifqakw KX 15:f'37"-915' 1,-nh L . "' 'L ax . fxnvy' TG' 'k,Q ' K. x' 15-E,-dv. .Qt-3 160 :H , . amy MW:- 'i UWB ARKANSAS BOUSTERS' CLUB 'ac .... -t......s...4..-..,...,.....,.u.-......-..........N....... .....,. .. .... -.... .,.... -.-.. .-. .............,......,..,...,...,......... A ........ ...Mg ,.......... - ...... ,,A....., . Us Slogan-For a Greater University and a Greater State OFFICERS ROBERT H. CLARK . , . . . President T. T. SPITZIIERG . Vice-President JACK MURPHY . . . Secretary WILLIAM GR1QcssoN . Treasurer HE Arkansas Boosters' Club, men's pep squad, is composed of representatives from all campus groups. Its purpose is to promote student support and interest in athletics and other student activities. Working in collaboration with the Rootin' Rubes, it sponsors many campus attractions. This year the A. B. C. Club gave two shows, "Cupid up to Date," a musical comedy, at the Ozark Theatre, and "Spring Fever Revue," in the auditorium. It provided many interesting stunts between halves at the ball games and raised money to send the band to Little Rock for the Arkansas-Hendrix game. l e 'six g m! 'K ., is Ls 'TJ s 1 , -" 15' J ' X .L ' f ., f 1 4 f F955 I , . it . .. M 1 t . 1 . 4-pf... if 1 PW ' ' 3 rf' 1 1 .K il.. ' X +V gl J . Top T07U'WIL'1'Sl'IlRE, SPI'rznERo, EInIvIIs'I'oN, HARKEY, CLARK, GREGSON, BLANKS, GATIIINGS Middle 7010-CAI.lJWELI., BEVILL, BREWER, WALL, TAYLOR, STOUGH, FRIERSON, I-IoLLoIvIAN Bottom f0'ZULCRIGI.ER, MURPHY, IHAMBRIC, REEVES, I-IENLEY, STREEPEY, SCI-INEIDER, WHITING Page 31 4 ARKANSAS BOOSTIERS' CLUB 0 IIIQIffQII"m"""""' """"" Yf3ffIf.IIf " "''N"l1111If.'II.If1flf1--. 'ffl' 90- M E M B E RS WILLIAM C. ARNOLD FREDERICK AI1BOT'I' PORTER J. BYRD LESLIE F. BICVILI. J. DENTON BRENVIER MAX BRONVN FRED P. BLANRS JOHN P. CISLIER RALPH li. CRIOLER ARTHUR B. CALDWELL HONVARD S. CALDWELL LIENVIS COX EARL DONATIIAN E. WALTER DIXON THEO. L. EDMISTON CHARLES D. FRIERSON WILLIAM D. FERGUSON I.. ,kugfl F.. J '.'. . F MT JAMES A. FREE DAVID M. FINLEY, JR. GEORGE M. CZRIESIIAM WILLIAM P. GCDOCII I-I. C. GATHINOS THOMAS I.. HUCICIXIKY' RAY I'I0l.liRO0K EUGENE R. HAMIIRII: H. J. HOLLONIAN ROSS HENEESI' WAYNE HENIIESI' DXYIGIIT HAWK J. MIXLTE HARREY HARRISON HALE, JR. RAY HENLEY EUGENE LAAIDERT HAROLD LEIAIER PIELIIAM MCGEHEE DAYTON MOORE LIENVIS PIERRILI. ROBERT I.. PYE CHARLES H. REESE JAMES REEVES, JR. GEORGE W. STREEPEY GERALD D. S'rOUc:H HIENIQX' W. SCHNEIDER RICHARD S. SPECK GEORGE U. TAYLOR A. B. TATIE HUDSON WRIEN JOE WALKER EARL VVHITING ADDISON XVALI, JOHN P. VVIl,'l'SIllRE FW gfng . A 2, Jig I A .:.,. If I . 3 A. vffl' .:. Y .I - - an vi rl' A ' . 5 + Top raw-AuIIO'r'r, HIICRADY, CISLER, 'l'A'rE, MOORE, PYE, FREE, l'IICNHlSi'l' Middle 7'lI'ZU'Sl'ECK, REESE, HALE, DONATHAN, I-IOLIIROOR, CON, FINLEY, BYRD Bollom f0'1U-'l.ElMIER, HAWK, XVREN, PERRILL, ARNOLD, HAAIERIC, GOOCH, CALDWELL Page 315' HOME ECONOMICS CLUB QQ1-..lQ """"'m""" W" "" "M "" Qffllfllf 901' OFF! CERS RUTH llmvrznl, . . . . President JANIE HAIGII , . . Vive-President MAIil,I+I I31c'KlQRs'rA1fF ...., Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS IN FACULTY Aramis Nlsl.soN Mus. HisNR1lz'r'rA Buwrou MARIAN NoRM1No'roN MAucsARm' Smrrn MA1Jrsif: jouNsoN Ll, students registered in the Department of Home Economics are eligible for membership in the Home Economics Club. Its purpose is to promote high standards and ideals in home economics, as well as to create 21 basis for wholesome social development. The students in the Home Economics Depart- ment operate a house in which home management principles are Carried out. it I 'V It Bw . X ,5 T 2 f - ,. li 5 fi "Li ' , - -, V fp. i iq. 'i 'an Top row-ToMl.1NsoN, l'lEl.l., Col,15MAN, l.ANU5'l'0N, jouxs, MIZNNAN, S'l'EPHl:INS, ELLIS Bnllom row-Bovclc, H izusm, PEARCE, S'rAN1foRn, Buuxis, DRAKE, BARNE'l"I'lE, Dowism. Page 3 I 6 HOMIE ECONOMICS CLUB EV5... 4 JEQQ.. agp, ....., ...... , . . ...,.....,...... me , ,... ... ,...... .. ............,..,,...........,., ... ..,- ....... Q-Wm M EM B H RS I.ll,l.lli CQLIQMAN INA MM' C1,l4:m11clz Chu' fx.X'l"l'lS MARY Mgxmcl, LIOIINSUN I,u.r.1,xN Hlcksm Num, Mc'DoN,xl.n 'l'lllf:l.MA llxuxucu RUTH Plfxucilc 1Vl:xRu.xu1c'1' Mum Glzxcflz VVoRl,l4:x' Al.Ic'lc S'l'ANI"ORlb IVIARKIORIIC S'l'liI'lllCNS El.1zix1u4:'l'11 B:xm'1,lcv Vmu lJR,x1c1f: MARY l':ARI.I-I Hlcmcx Muucnxx Alxlix Mm' Hol.l.,xND PIc.xRc'l5 OPM, S'l'RlNGlfll-II.D IQATII-I Blucwl-:R I'LX'I"l'lIC BIELI. fllARl,0'l"I'lE liuluis PIICLICN B.xRN1f:'r'l'l-: ANNH-1 l-,xURn-3 lil.1.1s l':I.lZ.XBl'I'l'l'I Ismcu, Imax!-3 jouxs l3ANlcls'11x I.JxNus'mN V1m:1N1,x I.lf:lcv1-:R Homnsxsia Mlm!-:R j.xNxc'r'r1c Pl-:Amina limzllc Sm'o'r'r XN'1l.M.x Sco'r'r NINA Bowl-3 NIILDRIED HENRY Dmus xVlll'I"l'lNG'l'0N M,xuuur:R1'rlc Zlmll':lm.xN N1-zu. SICWELI, Howrlsxslc 'lxmmmxsox VI-:mix B,xR'rl.m' ri A 7 5 1 .C 4 -Q x N 8 x L wf ' rf i . Y , Q an Tap VIJTU'-WI!I'l"l'lNG'l'ON, Mommx, Mfwo, H. Pmucla, GA'l"l'lS, EARLE, MCDQNALD, Srf1wla1.L Bottom rmv-Cl,lnMMlcR, R. Plzfxkcu, JOHNSON, lixuxlcu, ISIGIELL, S'r,xN1foRD, l.rclc1-ER, Bmucs Page 317 A. ll. lE. E. wb fieZi5.T3:1-.."""'f.i.Tf.1':T3:T:I... om OFFICERS WILLIAII H. MANN, JR .... . . President J. PoRTIQR BYRIJ . Vice-President IJICK RAY . . Secretary HE purpose of the local branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers is to promote interest in electrical engineering and to keep up with the happenings and cleveloliments of this branch of engineering. Interesting programs are arranged for the 1T1CCtl11gS and those who take part not only receive a knowledge of current topics, but also learn to feel at ease when addressing an audience. A. I. li. E. is a national organization with branches in nearly all of the leading engineering schools,and through its influence a closer feeling of re- lationship is brought about between the various schools. 2 Q P . u . ' , , ' . ScHNI'I'zNI5R, BIEVILI., JACKSON, PETER, ICORENBLAT, BYRIJ Page 318 A J K , J A. JI. E. JE. W ..---.......-..,.............................-.......,.........,...........,..................,.. D? W J. C. BAssIs'I"r l.IcsI.1Iz BEVILI. J. PORTER BYRD B. H. DORMAN CQAYLIE JACKSON HAROLD LIsIMI5R g'w.-55-3 45.50 ....-.-..--...--.-....-..-....--.-.-----------M- G I g 1, ',.................-......-,.......- .........-...........-.-............ ' 265' MEMBERS WILLIAM H. MANN M. T. KORIQNIILAT DICK RAY TED PIQTIIR B. E. SCIINIIIDER J. P. WHITIQ GLEN WOOD FACULTY MEMBERS W. N. GLADSON W. B. STIQLZNIIR Page 319 'QT 1 um , ki . - ' I a ny I-I... , J' as-A ,. 4 Ab ,Q . . y - 1' '4 .-T1 . 1' ' 1 ' WHITE, MANN, RAY, LEIMER, DORMAN, BASSETT, WOOD , X r . , . .., , H. , ...V ,.,,,,..-. .-.-...,, . , W' M 'Meinl M7 -, A' ,Z'i'f:if !i'm'fEf'f'21ii!fi!s ffjifi' Cm i' 1:??,,?:?'t:.....r:f A. S. C. E. "" ' fjlf 03" OFFICE RS LEROY HI5rXl7 . . . President JAMES STEPHENS . . Vice-President HENRY W. SCHNEIDER . Secretary-Treasurer S. C. E. is composed of seventy-eight chapters located in the ' principal universities in the United States. The purpose of this organization is to stimulate in the under-graduate students an interest for things which advance the engineering profession. Membership, however, is not limited to those of the civil engineering profession alone, lmut whosoever may possess the qualifications for membership. The American Society of Civil Engineers is made up of the deserving ones of Military, Mining, Electrical, Architectural, and Naval Engineering. --3-. Top row-R1cHARDsoN, TERRY, SCHNEIDELQ, Srouuu Hallam rou'-H1sNuEusoN, HOLDERHAUM. BURTUN, LIENEHAN Page 320 I. -"ima .fm.I.'Iff.I-I-.ff iw? f A. S. C. JE. 0 .... .,.-........- ....... -. ,..,. .,- .... - ......... .....5m.... gsffdgg... 5-T, ...... . . ., .,. .3 .3 ,....,,.., . MEMBERS FRED LEE W. G. LENE1-IAN E. R. HENDERSON MORRIS BRADY CHARLES HOLDERDAUM DPKNA T. MERRIQR JIM WYLIE PELHAM MCGIEI-IIEIC R. BLOOD LEROY HEAIJ JAMES STEPHENS HENRY W. SCHNEIDER J. W. RICHARDSON GERALD D. STOUOH BANCROEI' TERRY E. T. BURTON CECIL S. CAMP THOMAS L. HUCKABY MEMBERS IN FACULTY G. P. STOCKER W. R. SPENCER S. G. THOMPSON Page 321 21 V+'-A I 0 NJ Top row-1-IUCKAEY, CAMP, STEPI-IENS, LEE Bottom row-HEAD, MERRICK, MCGEHEE, BLOOD BLACKIFRJIARS ..........,.N. .................... .,... ...... ,,....,,..., ,.,, . ,,.., .,.,,...,,,p,,,,, 5:8'A?.,,,.,,,4Af,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,, 0 .. ....,,.. ....., ..,,,. eo' OFFICERS WILLIAAI F. HAYS . . . . . President LEONE WALKER . Secretary-Treasurer MA'r'rALOU NIARSIIALI. . . Ilistorian VVILLIAM F. TRICE . Business Manager MEMBERS j. FRED MCGREW, Sponsor JAMES Cox HORTENSE TOMLINSON FRED PA'I"I'oN MAXINIS NICCATIIICRINIE ARNOLD CISLIER MAUDE Z. GOLD MARTHA HATIICOCK MAIILE CLAIRE GOLD EI.IZAISIC'l'lI MCLEOD HENRY : TQ ' -,II . I ' 1 I . FRED GILES JANE IQIGIIT BERNAL D. SEAMS jo ROSENCRANTZ ANNAISIELI. ALLEN T. T. '5PI'I'zIsERu M. AGNEW NVALTER HARRIS VICTOR HAIQIQIS JlMMIIi MADDOX VV A RI' EN 'I' IC R Q 'f " 1 I I-, 5 . 5 l .rd Ii. P. 9 fy, J 1. v- ".l 5 !, .W 3 L li 957.4 --I Ir, Jr. X Top f0TU1KlGHT, Cox, XVALKER, HAYS,vM. C. GOLD, MCGREW, NIARSHALI. Bollom 1'0'lU-GILES, TOMLINSON, TRICE, I-IATIICOCR, CISLER, M. GOLD, PATTON Page BLACKFRIARS l 0 I.-. ....... ........ .. g. may. inf, ........... 1 wax ....., .......,.. M ....,, ......,..,. . 0: HE Blackfriars Dramatic Club was organized in 1913 by Professor Roger Williaiiis for the purpose of fostering dramatic interest on this campus. Since that time the Club has developed into one of the most active organizations on the campus. Mem- bers are chosen solely for their dramatic ability and the member- ship is limited to twenty-five. Monthly meetings are held for the study of things of dramatic interest and several amateur dramatic productions are sponsored during the school year. This year the Club attempted a difficult piece of production in the presentation of an old Elizabethan drama, "Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay," by Robert Greene, which was very enthusias- tically received. ln addition to "Friar Bacon and Friar Bungayn a presentation of an ultra-modern American comedy, "You and I," by Phillip Barry, was given. It was presented three times, once before the students, once at the Ozark Theatre, and once at Rogers. Open tryouts were held for both these plays, and casts were selected from the best dramatic talent available from the entire student bodv. t Pugu i Scene from " You and I"-By PH11.1.Il' BARRY , fx' Suki yifflfif . .- ji if if "xi -sgdiwili-W I rg -ff! 4' .5 ix J f 'iiritfgilffp . , ,,,. PROM CLUB """'W''Wm'"i""".fQIfQIIf.,.. .... " OFFICERS JIMMIECOX . . . . . . . President NFI SON H. SADLER Secreta ry- Treasurer MEMBERS JAMES Cox PIERCE MCCARROLL FRIED GILES RAVMORE MOXLEY HAMlL'l'0N URTON R. H. CLARK BILL TRICE E. D. MOORE EDDIE WARNER RUSSELL MILLER CHARLES PROVINIE RUSSELL WILI.oUIsI-Ilw W. A. DONVELL, JR. MAX MCCALLISTER COOPER JACOVVAY ALLAN W. AI1I'I.EuA'I'I': WORTH HORTON BILL M-CLEOD GENE HAMIIRIC JIM ANDERSON JOHN ELDRIDGE BERNARD SEAMSTICR PORTER GRACE ' J. P. BAKER FAY HEARTSILL NAT HUIs1IEs CHARLES BURNBAUM CHARLES WARRINER Bois REDDINI: DREW LANDISR H.-XX'lJlCN HUMPHRIEYS HALL DOUGLAS CHARLES VAN SANT BEAUEORD GREEN JETHRO HENDERSON EDWIN DAVIS BILL PICKINIIS ELMORE NKJRRIS BUDDY EARL VIROIL CASIIEER BOD LINDSEV GENE WARREN WARREN WOOD RAY BURKICS GEORGE STEVENS DAVID COTTEN JAMES HAIIRIS MINOR MILWIEIC JEROME MCCROV I LOUIE HALL COURTNIEY WALKER J. B. MCMILLAN EARLE DONATIION MELROV THOMPSON DAVID FINLEY FREEMAN HC7I.MAN BOYCE PAOAN Bois NICGRICGOR BILLY BRIDEWVILI, Voss HUTTON AI.IsER'r WEISS MURRY LEWIS JoNo. P. BOUNDS TRAVIS LVLE ALBERT THOMAS CHARLES REESE XVORLICY FOREES JACK TUIPT The Prom Club was organized on the campus this year and sponsors formal dances, which are given twice each Inonth In the University Armory. H .....'+.A ...AI, .- A. A II.. ,.- O9 3 Page 324 ,ITUIVI . 'vr' v,. I v .J I ,rg PROM CLUB ,,...........,..... .-......,.........-........ .......................... 1 "-, ,. H.. :Ky ,- ,-N. ......,...... ' 3425s. MEMBERS VVISNDELL POLK E. C. GATHINGS IJENTON BRIEVVER RAY I-IANLEY E. N. SMITH, JR. DON ROEE JAMES EDDIE PRICE DICKSON NORRIS O'NEII. REX IQILLEBREW EMERSON DKJTY' PAUL SHAW SAM SAILOR PORTWOOD FREEMAN JOI-IN CISLER KENNE'l'l-I PARRSH SELDON CHAMBERS CECIL POVVERS RAMON W1LS'fEAD JOHN MCMANNUS KENT KIRBY WARREN FURRY THEO KIMES JO MONROE BIL ROBERT AUSTIN MACE HARKEY W. J. DILLON W. P. WHALEY MAX BROOKS -JOE WINSTON REID BURTON ROIIINS GILLRUTII HERRING BEN SAXON JACK BLYTHE JAMES YARBROUGH CLVDE WIAIITIE REX PERKINS Fl.ETCHER LORD ERIE ALEXANDER HERMAN TUCK J. S. HILL LELAND REEVES MAC CORE GERALD STOUOI1 LAWRENCE NIPPER JAMES FREE TOM TIEPPAN BOE STEXVARD L MASHIIURN A Prom Club Dance v!v'n'Tnnxrvr1I'nvI1g1IIIrv,II:n-rvuunnnxuxL--'IuIHIu:y.InI.a.-I-.--vw- .Iz,-,w.I- - .'- 1' 11" ' -' xg IVV 'Irv 'N'd'Ni' 'W' 'Irv' 'vw' R we-' 'IVY 'Rf V I I -f 'N em' ' "-' if 'The RUZOTIJIJCR M1928 CQ1,9"..',U?57'afffT l Y. M. C. A. T l ..............................1......-..,.,.......... .... ..,...,....,...,....-..-.fm-vu - s 'x Y' ..-..........-. ...,.. ..... .....,.......... .... .,,....,.,.,...,,.s.. ..,,.,.,,. . ,.., ,...... - ..,,.. - - ,..... ........ . ..,.. . ,. ,... oo- . . 3 mn Y . , i i A Q HE aim of the Young Men's Christian ' Association at the University of Arkansas ig ' is that which is held by other Y. M. C. A. , ' organizations nationally. This aim being to further fellowship on the campus, to pro- 4 vide higher aims, and to administer to the ' spirit, mind and body of all students. The . development of a rational and sensible religious life which fulfills the religious needs f i of the student is also considered by the Y. M. A C. A., which is the center of religious life fy . .A ,. of the young men on the campus. f 5 . The Y. M. C. A. endeavors to benefit the :J personal life of every undergraduate and to ' ' ' r uplift by associative efforts the standards of ' 1. 1 Q 5 El li 3 W'S'GREGSON the entire student body. I This aim is fur- Q General Secretary b thered by promoting a spiritual and brotherly t atmosphere on the campus, which will pre- 3 1 dominate in social life, athletics, and all other college activities, and by helping s men in the choice of a life's work. T 1 1 Another aim of the Y. M. C. A. is to lead men to faith in jesus Christ and l by becoming a follower to become active church members and to take part in religious programs arid activities. I The endeavors of the Y. M. C. A. are not limited to the campus, but extends T fl to the local community and rural districts where it has become a vital agency T of benefit. Each year teams are sent out to preach brotherhood and give spiritual . leadership and guidance. 5 l il. lg, Qi ia' 5 F g . QF if ffl Yip l l l Page 326 , li-1 ,-,gy .1 ,f 1 'i'lf1r:vv'rr:1vr,erll'ljQ I .4 i w if exif' Y. W. CC. A. -can ZfjigiijiliijiiijiiijiiiiiiZ11ii1i112""N""i1:11..:2111iiZ111Z.EE fiiiiiijiiiii T ww 'f 'wikis ai' HE Y. W. C. A. has worked together this year as a large fellowship, rather than as a small executive group. There has been fun, fellowship, and a searching for the bigger things of life. Miss Fern Babcock has been our secretary for the past three years, and her presence and guidance have led the Y. W. C. A. into more advanced usefulness and efficiency than it had contemplated before. She has been the heart and inspiration of our whole work. Fellowship has been ready and waiting for us in our cabin at "Sunset Knoll" with its cozy chairs, fireplace, curtains, books, and friends sitting around ready to exchange a bit of gossip, solve the world's problems, or maybe to unburden their souls to the secre- tary. We also found fellowship and a search FERN BABCOCK Y. W. C. A. Secretary for higher things of life at our vesper services each week. The following statement of purpose adopted at the tenth biennial con vention of the Y. W. C. A. at Sacramento, California, April, 1928, best states the purpose of our association: "We unite in the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. "We determine to have a part in making this life possible for all peopl "In this task we seek to understand jesus and to follow Him." Page 327 .02 . 11 1 ff. 1" 1 I f.. r . 1 rf 'z 2 1. M .4 xy gl .X 'Z 1 4 1 4 ' 1 "'LW1'1f:.' gf f'?fwQ1'l1ff47izff14.PfQ?.'A' A " ,:.:-Y-1.44: "ff NU gf 1 1 4 r, 131' Y. M. C. A. A ,FLT , 'H 'OC MII""'fL1'1f2'......""mflIfIII'1fLZfL'......A""""'T' ff"11IlIQIIIIfI.'...."""fI'....."""'lfiI"' O' 4.4 Y. . . M if ? 'GBM 'L hifi! 'V QI OFFICERS U 525 ALTON J. Sl-IIREY . . . . . President U. ROY E. WHITE Vice-President 5.21 JOHN H. MCNUTT . Secretary -I .Ai LENVIS Cox . . . Treasurer W W. S. GRIQOSON General Secretarv A A .V ' S 3--55 fly V11 , O 1? . fly CABINET MEMBFRS A 1 5 -I HOL1.1s H. BUCKELEW ALAN DOWELL THOMAS E. TAPPAN, JR. LYLE ALEXANDER l GEORGE W. SOMERS HIRAM FORD I A Ei? JOHN LARGE FRANK H. SMx'rH W: If N 4 A fs! "LN gf' 2' re H33 lf 1111 ra :s. 51 il i-Nfl f 1-W Q1 , E. ,, l 3 r I 11? f A 3 I X. '5' -1 A fu ' sis' A f ff 1 a V. E hf 9 I . A Q A C Url W G? I i if X 445.3 W' A . sr! .I ' W H F . M PH 'ji 55 P? i I H ,jig i f gf . .1 Top 7070-CQREGSON, MCNUTT, TAPPAN, Cox, WHITE 1 - Bottom 7070-'l,ARGE, FORD, SM1'rH, AIJANANDER, DOWELL 1 2 Page 328 3pY.'llI7Y'1?':W'!1YY,Y ?vr1Av'vvrVvr,5rrvf'r1 aw nv 1-1 fm' nr I 1 rv-rf rn v rnnxnv-rf-vu rvranr-nu,v1 rv un? rrxnxrrliirvvrlrvrwrnlvvvvi'f'-'rr:1v1rr1!urrnrr'nYtruiftmrrx , r.. ,.,, 'YT' . , , .... ,YYY "vw nv" A'-'rv' 'wr' rv' 'rv 'rv' 'rv 'rv YT' 'f'v"'Ar"r1'i71"r Y. W. C. A. A """' 12111. ,... Icp OFFICERS RUTH F ITZJARRELI. . . . . President TOMMIE BARNES . Secretary IJORIS DRAKE . . Vice-President CIIRISTINE HENDRIX Treasurer DOROTI-IY MCBROOM MARTIIA ALEXANDER ERLINE BLACKSIIARE EVA COON 'I'IIETA DICRSUN AI.I.E'rA1I IJICKENSON RUTH DowE1.I. MAUDE GOLD LII.I.IAN GREIISIIN CABINET MEMBERS ANm::E MAIJEE IQEITH VERA LESCIIER EvEI.vN LAME CQRACE BLACKMORE IQATHERINE MASON EMMA SCOTT NELDA HICIQMAN EUNICE ARNAUIJ FI.oRENc'E l.oc:AN .r. '19 'm .I - . . V "W ' .. 5,-.fn . I x YT J I ' T I ' I .- . A ' pf Top row-ScoTT, I.oGAN, I-IICRMAN, Gow, COUN, kEI'l'II Mfddh: row-ALEXANIIER, BI.AcRsIIARE, GREcssoN, LAMB, HENI Boltom row-MCBRUUM, DRAKE, ARNAUIJ, BARNES, l.EscIIER, DuwEI.I, Pugu 329 IRIX, FI'l'ZjARRELI 1.--.1 ucv' Y ...H .,.....,,,-,..f.I.-,.,-'I -V-,I QI.1v,'I.-Inv.-... I -I-www:-Jr"-I I , wfjf' -if-V 1 fr -Ry If H-ry-' '-3-"gr '+- , Ay -1' 'Apr' 5 v , . . ,"i"sI' Y I f I 4 V V I' Fri H 'M " 4 "Vim !If'wrJf'ii.f'n'ft ilT.Z.'w' if GlLlElE CLUB TOUR mo -1.--W. .........,.... .,..,.. .. ..... ., .,,... ..........,,...... .....,.... ..... . ...... .. ..... -... ...........................,.........,................................,............ 009 ...,,.....,.. ,,,....,...,......... ....... ...,. .... ,..... , Q in - .,.,. ...... .. .....,..,. ,.............-. ...,...............-...-..,.............,... VX ' s V' N THE night of April 8th, twenty-two f young "songsters" comprising the Uni- versity Glee Club, together with their fair accompanist, Miss Helen Baker, and their charming soprano soloist, Miss Anna Mae 1 Chandler, left Fayetteville to begin their twentieth annual Glee Club tour of the state. After "Prexy" A. B. Caldwell of the Club had called the roll and found the mem- bers "all there," they pulled out for Forrest City, where they landed Monday noon, April 9th, i That evening they put on their first program of the tour to a full house, and after "' 1 A being entertained by a dance that night the HARRy E, SHUL1-Z Club embarked the next day for Marianna, Director where so many University students and pro- moters hail from. In the concert that evening, the Club met with a very appreciative and responsive audience. From Marianna, the Club went to Stuttgart. After playing to a large crowd in the high school auditorium and being treated royally to a dance, the boys found it hard to leave this town, which by the way is noted for its famous crops, not the least of which is its beautiful girls.. Dumas was the next stop, where a packed auditorium welcomed the boys and to which they were forced to give every encore in their repertoire and then repeat some. Pine Bluff was the next on the schedule, which was Friday, 13th, and on this day they experienced the only bad weather of the trip. But in spite of the date and the elements, their enthusiasm was not dampened and they rendered a successful program to a very appreciative audience. After the program the members of the Club were guests at a dance given by the Delta Sigma Fraternity. The next day was the last, but not the least, for they appeared in Little Rock. The most successful program was given in the City of Roses to a large crowd of alumni and fond parents, many of whom had traveled miles to hear the Club. i After the program a vote was taken and the boys decided to spend Sunday in Little Rock and return to Fayetteville Monday morning. It was a glorious trip, a "howling success", and one that will be long remembered. Page 330 1 GLJEIE CLUB TOUR Pugr UI Pl-IRSONNICI. I'lARuY Ii. SClll'l.'I'Z . , , Miss lfllcu-:N ISMQ1-:R . . Miss ANNA Mme CHANnl.lc1: . CAI.mx'1cl.l. Amuxs II0l.l.ls lSl'c'Km.lf:w lloonams BRANCH FRIED Clulsscm Illiulsl-im' AR'l'Hl'RS RALPH BMX MAX lilsuol' A. B. CAl.nwlcl.1. ICENNICTII CHAMBERS l.owm.l. Clmmmclzs l"I.f5f Y'1'nor.v lf.XYAX.XI'lSll Brsu .gflflllllf Twlorx Rlllililfl' Iflomwzk DREW I.ANmck lhfzxlu' P.x1s1.l4:x' l3u1'ilm1vx juux lilcuuwr limvlx D.xx'1s Asum-:Y lf1ucNcH I3a.v.w's AIILTUN D1cW1'r'r Wn.l.ls M,xR'r1N Qua rlvllv Runlcwl' lloovlak, Sven AsH1.m' FRENCH, Bari Crullluflnr A Cftllllflll nix! .S'nf2mnn Sulnixl Cu.xRl.rasG1ulflfl1'n CHl'IS'I'lCR IQUHINSUN -Lxmlcs W. Rmn Rolzlsm' HUNT Dux A'ICAl.l.lS'l'l2R Blix S.xx'rox R.-xl.:-ll l3RAnl.m' Tl-ms. T. Ml1.1..um CIIALMIQRS AICCl.l'Il.l nn SAM S. S.uI.uR llouus Iilrclclcmzxv, l"1'r.v1 T1-:mr nfl Twmr .I A. 13. CAl.DWliLI., Busx OFFICERS Ullt' A. B. CAl,DWl'Il.l. . . . . l'n'xidw1l jomv BlCL'RlE'l' . . . Vlhfl'-IJI't'Sl.lft'llf f1OODMAN S. BRANCH . Svcrvlfzry-Trmwrvr Asllmcx' A. FRIQNFH . l31rs1'm:sx Mmuzgvr .4 L' I ..-.-gtlf?f.,,i+4' V if A .-' r 'F I ., 'fF1?:f- fffs3.f'f12'1'1r:'If3?I f I I WZ K- N W ' ERE?-..fztq. 'l 1,553 BLUE KEY Fil M .---- ..,. . ......... .,...... 117'--,..' " 'A,f'x,, .fs-, .. .BA , ,....., ...........1, J Nl ' l'lf.,fQIQfl1ffIf""' .. ,,,. FV .1 f,! Marble Arch Chapter ml elf? wi ll MEMBERS 5355 w 'X DR. J. C. JORDAN 3, Ji R. H. CLARK li. MERRILL AINSWORTII rl. nj ,I i PORTER BYRD GERALD STOUGI-I l GEORGE COLE WALTER HINTON ROY E. WHI'l'lE CECIL SIIUFORD l MAX BROOKS GLEN ROSE in E. C. GATHINGS MINOR MILWEE sm MACE HARKEY EMERSON DOTY iw GEORGE STREEPEY FRANK MCBRIDIE gt HIS year the old society of distinguished men students of Arkansas, known as Marble Arch, became a chapter of the national organization of Blue Key. Blue Key has chapters from California to Florida, made up of leaders of student Ql l groups of the various universities. Its purpose is to mould the efforts of the gf student leaders into a unified whole and direct this unified effort into work that ,.. fl will benefit the student body and university to the fullest extent. Any man :I Y . who has achieved distinction in student activities, as well as being a well-rounded pl J lI1dlVlClLlZll, is eligible to the Marble Arch chapter of Blue Key. 1 , lf . Sli E? . 1 IV S J 5. I , I fig -3" 1 . Q 5 , 'Q J H- F H l. ' .Ji ' ' I., .In g' -gs N, bl N is ' n , IJ' M 1 J l 4 L I xl' , I . . 1, E , - - i we- I -.I 5 - ' my N Tig.. . E PL. ' 1.3! I ' .IQ g L f' I I , ff J -f lg . , tv, af , If 8 I L I ' ,Q - I A I . Tap row-COLE, AINSWORTII, MILWEE, JORDAN, BROOKS, STOUGH, WHITE Bottom ro-Iv-HARKEY, Do'I'v, MCBRIDE, CLARK, BVRD, GATHINGS, STREEPEY Page 332 , . .xrtnrvyrxrvvrr1vrrr,r,r:'rwn1rnrznrmuurrrnyvvrrvnnininrrmufifruxrnu1u:frmII1nv'v'rnYnfl'IIYr:r'zrrrnil1rI.LxlxT1nln'nkn'K'Ix1IKIC I YY' 'YV"f.'Y"fM"""'YY' 'YV 'VY' 'YY YY' TY' 'WNY "YT 'YY'i'iYTf,..'YT,,'TJ!f'QQ1,,, 43 A . ,.,.-,,.... I I I va-.ii-fxfy' 11 BRANNER GEOLOGY CLUB ww ........... ....,.. ... .......... .. ..... .. ...... ... ..,.. ...., ................. . . OF FIC E RS DNVIGHT HAWK . . . . . . President LoUIS PERRILL . . Vice-President MARGUIQRITIE KELLIQ R . Secretary- Treasurer M E M B E RS A. B. CALDVVICLL CLARENCIE C1215 RALPH HAIZLII' DWIGHT HAWK Ross HENBEST MARGUERITE ICIELLER HUGH O'KEEI"lE LoUIs PISRRILL MINIa'I"I'12 REIS PHILLIP SCHMITI' FRANCES STIQPHENS ROSIEMARY TUOHIEY FoRR12S'1' UHL CLYDE VAN SICKLIQ IDG' I 'E I I Members in Faculty DR. A. W. GILES DR. S. C. DIQLLINGUR DR. V. O. TANSEY DR. L. E. PORTER HE Branner Geology Club was organized to bring together in a social way the students and instructors to discuss informally the various problems and developments in the geological field. It strives to interest the student body at large in geology and its relation to the other sciences and the welfare of the country. An active interest in the work of the department is the principal require- ment for membership. N iiii. , I an -' . . ,,, ,X ..,, ' ' F df 3 I1 l ' I 3 Top 1'01t"-PERRILL, ICELLER, GILES, Russ, Guns, Tuomsv, HENRIQSI' Bottom 7'07Z.'-LlHL, HAWK, S'rEvHIzNS, VAN SICKLE, SCHMITT, CALDWELL, 0'KlEEFE Page 33 3 ZOOLOGY CLUB ..,.-.........,.,.. ........ .....,.....,..., ..,.... . ....,.. , ,,.. .....,,,..-... ...,. N.. gage-,,,,, :fEQfj:jy.:.fge,g,, ...,, .. ....,.. ..,.....,. ..... ....., .... . A2245 ' fi. 'xml' ..,,..,... .... OFFICERS MACIQ HARKIEV ..... KATIIRYN BUCII.-xxlxx AVIQRIQLLRIzvNoLIJs . G. B. LEWIS . . . . M EM I3 ERS IsAIsIfL W IIIc,x'roN lVlARGARlE'l' Mlwo PAULINIQ CARY GRACE UI'cIIURc1H RALPH CRIGLIQR MIQRLIQ Woobs H.IxRoLII Emsox CI-IRISTINIC l'lENIJRlX HUGH O'KlEIEFlE RoIzIcR'I' SALLIEIC ADIJIsoN WALL HlERSCl'lIELI. DONVISLI. RUTI-I ELLIS ALMA ELLIS MEMBERS IN FACULTY ffflflflf . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer XVILLIAM PA'r'roN NAN BUIIFINIITON MILIIRED FLIc'I'cIeII2R BONVLIN CLARK E. W. GRUMIILIQ NITA HIass HENRY IQIRBY S. C. IJEI.I.1NoIaR MRS. D. Y. HoI.c:oMIs H. E. Lowic HE Zoology Club was organized to give students in the department a better chance to become acquainted with Zoological work. Members are chosen from those students who have shown themselves to be definitely inter- ested in work in the held of Zoology. an YH l ..- .bs 2 M.: N L I Is.. ' N3 ik, - 'i..a.1-I 7:47 v., rii'N .M A S, I eg "I, I ,. v . Top row-I-IARREY, R. ELLIS, CLARK, RIavNoLIas, KIRIIY, BUCHANAN, EIDSON Middle f0'1Uic,IRUMlH.ES, Mfwo, CRIGLILR, UIICIIIIRCH, Woons, FLIVICHER Bnllnm row-Hass, NVALI., A. ELLIs, Ollclililfli, HENDRIX, PA'r'roN Page 3 3 4 W lPSll Cll-llll ,... -.....,...... .... . .... -..MX4 . ...,.. ...,, . ..... .. MEMBERS EMAN ALMA ELLIs josIzPIIIN12 BARR1c'1"I' HoUs'I'oN HoLLoMAN HIENRY BURRI2 EVELYN LAMB FACULTY MEMBERS A R SIONI E. C. D1 IUIX PMBI1 RSHIP 111 PS1 C111 is based upo11 Httallllllellt 111 psychology as ev1denced bv scholarsh1p and 11umber of courses pu1sued lts purpose IS to glV6 to students, who are interested i11 tl1e held of psychology, an oppoI tulllty to consxder together 501116 of the outsta11di11g problems 111 that Held Top row COTTON MCCAIPIFRINE, BURKE, ELLIS, HOLLOMAN TUUI-ILY Maddie row SCOT1 MCGLI-ILE, MARSHALL, SULLIVAN, FITZGI RAID PIIILI Il s Bollom row DRAKL BARREIP, WISEMAN, LAMB, KELLLR Wmrrv 4 4 ln. PHI ALPHA DELTA ea A04-s vdrflfz .IIQI1IQllff"" "'ffff f Qff ""Q I "M "W' 'A" ' "' ' i j 590' OFFICERS ERIC LQAVINESS ..,.. . Juslfire O. S. BLACKIIURN . . Vice-Justice CLAUDIQ GIzoRcsIs . . . . Clerk E. C. CA'I'IIINus . Treasurer JEFF DoN.x'I'IIAN ..... Sergeant-at-A rmx 'MEMBERS MINOR MILWIQIQ ERIC CAvINIass JEFF DoNIx1'lIIxN DoUoIxI,u McMII,I.AN IJOUGLAS G,xRRI5'I"I' O. S. BI,.xcRIIURN E. C. GA'rIeIINos HAI. MIXCJN CLAUDIQ GIcoRoIc U. A. I.ovIzI.I. PAUI. X. NVILLIAMS HONORARY MEMBER DEAN J. S. W.x'I'IcRM.xN MEMBERS IN URBE V. jmrlcs P'I'.xI: ToM PIcIxRsoN HI ALPHA DELTA is a National Honorary Law Fraternity chartered on this campus in 1927. It was formerly the local organization, Sigma Lambda Upsilon. The main purposes of this organization are to encourage high ideals of scholarship, to endow- its members with the ethical and moral principles inherent with the practice of law, and to bind the students into closer relationship. VVith these ideals the Phi Alpha Delta has already made an overwhelming success. Y' Top row-BI.AcKIsuRN, MCMILLAN, DONATHAN, WII.I.IAMs, GARRIa'r'I', GA'FHINGS Bottom row-CAv1xIzss, MIxoN, VVATERMAN, LOVELL, MII.wIzIi Page no fl 'I I IMI I , ,II II fi' 'I 4 If "Tim !EtzTOf'!1IE"II f -- I fflffii 1fizf7?v6I'l7WI'FE7f' '?:fM5?55flZif Ii , 41, MATH CLUB la fl iq? ............ ......- ..... -.. .. ,.... . ,... .,..... .. -..vg-,M 'r'wg:y.. -za ....... .. ..... .... ..... ............................. .......-. 1 WCG .W ..,. .- ..,...,.. ,,,.. ...... .. 001' I is I OFFICERS lllt LLOYD HAYS . . . . President ENID CLARK . . . Vice-President I MATTALOU MARSHALL . Secretary-Treasurer liillf 1 152 girl MEMBERS DOROTHY LONG EUNICE BARTON ju SARA HEWITT J. MERRIL DAVIS fm, TED MARTIN H. N. OLDI-IORN mf' J. A. MCKIMMIEY ENID CLARK Y FRANCES MOUNTCASTLE LLOYD HAYS I ff BITHA VANEMEURO MARGARET WALRUP MARX' SUE DU BOSE JOSEPIIINE BARRETT Aj MARTHA ALEXANDER lVIA'l'TALOU MARSHALL Fly EDITH LOUISE WATTERS ROY SULLIVAN Qt, I BESSIE KNICEI-l'f FLOYD ICNIGIIT l 1, lull' ll., MEMBERS IN FACULTY gtg MISS JEWELL HUCIHES E. P. RICHARDSON C. R. WORTH D. NICHOLS HE Math Club was organized for the purpose of discussing and solving' I interesting mathematical problems. Membership is limited to those of high scholastic standing i1I mathematics. ,Asif Ry! , l li. A X K X .II I 4 ' ' ' .,, I a 'W' ,I ' ' '. , v .I ' :Iv I A I ' IFJ fi? Q X L ' A A l lr' A I A it 1 ,Q 5 lxlx 1 5 ' W ,N x V V V mi I .Zi w ' It - A F Qf AZ. 'E I , l r A- , B ' I i 7' Top row-LONG, HAYS, CLARK, SULLIVAN, MARSHALL, MCICIMMEY, I-IEWITT I Bottom row-OLDIIORN, ALEXANDER, WALKUII, BARRETT, B. KNIGHT, DUBOISE, F. KNIGHT Page 3 3 7 22 ,.,w.1...4 . ,,,.,,:,,..,: .,,,., .,., ,. .J .., , W B 4 I I V, Y , lg:--. -7' ?----- 'W Sirk. M ' F: -P'y 1 fi 9216.57 Jw ,lifhfffffll-IIN!-f -'1fi4I,ifi ' It , EI:?l.,3.?f:.,,Ef'?i.?1I.,,gyl ll J l I I v I gill iii? WR jim PRESS CLUB "1 . , p I ,, W: , ,- - K in ..- ..-......-...............-......,........-...-....-...- ..., L ,, ...... , ., V- ' x 1 . A .., , ... . irfbi- flr-J OFFICERS , I CECIL SHUFORD . . . . . President 'If 1 ' . . L LQ J GEORGE STREEPEY . . . Vice-President fsfl ' E. MERRILL AINSWORTH . . Secretary-Treasurer gi! W 1: :I i - , 5136 ENT 4 2 Ei -iw MEMBERS ,ij ' IQ' l Ili CECIL SHUEORD MAX BROOKS 1,21 GEORGE STREEPEY JOHNNY ERP I E. MERRILL AINSWORTH JAMES ANDERSON EDWIN P. HICKS JOHNNY PORTER in Y I HUDSON WREN EVERETT LINER gy! J-4,9 TI-IEO. L. EDMISTON MEANS WILKINSON W Sir' ffl lil HE Press Club, organized in 1924, has as its object the raising of standards IJ, 'f . . . . . lv of Student publications and the creation of a friendly attltude toward these Him publications among Students and faculty members. Membership is only Offered gl? to those interested in journalism and those who have taken an active part in L, fig? student publications. ffl Lili QI ' "5 1 sl v I-I I-' l IJ gk 'l I , iivl 43, E ' ,,..,,:' 31 L all , Lf ' Wi 'ui Q A .lvi ' ' 'J .V 7 M31 ' . , I Ia I J zwpi' J 1 3 ,iq V 1 1 1, , JW i + 4 i-asf I , l f ' 'I 7 ill N 5: s hits' ' ' ' 3 I :I l 213+ l ., . - , H V.,. ,, I I l me Fop row-EDMISTON, AINSWORTI-I, I-IICKS, SHUEORD, STREEPEY, ERI' 1 Bottom rvw-WREN, PORTER, ANDERSON, LINER, WILKINSON, BROOKS H 5123 ' ri tail lg Page 338 ,H H :Ji . "I'i"U4v4lfrlI4X-ull 'if'-'m ri INV: "11"YXV YY1'IxCVH' f"XAyI1"l H 'll1'I'1Yi?'ll:ll1!x'i'llVl'YYV1'!'v1i'K'k1l'lE J idiL'4""1f"?" ' 1 f 'V 7 'T 'ii' " 1 'J "F 'T' V if 'T' YW' "Y 'V WW "1" 'i' if 'Y Y' "YV" "TY 'Y 'lf' f' N W., N., ,u f ,X - .I mgfvv "N, J 916' .fir .i,?f'4.La'Fiii ............ ...............-............. ....... .. ....................... 1 C A, Q ,........-.......-..--.. ....... ....- ....,..-.,.-.,.. ...L - C - ,,....,, ,........... ,...... . 90' Ass ui OFFICERS H. M. TELFORD ..... . . President MERRILL AINSWORTH . . . Vzce-Preszdent W. P. GOOCH ...... Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS E. MERRILL AINSWORTH RICHARD HODGES W. F. BRUMFIELD CLARENCE HUTSON JAMES Cox FLETCHER ISBELL EMERSON DOTY WALTER HINTON' THEO. L. EDMISTON REX KILLEBREW DAVID FINLEY JACK MURPHY JAMES A. FREE ROBERT PURYEAR MARVIN GETTLE FRANK STUBBLEFIELD FRED GILES H. M. TELFORD WILLIAM P. GooCH ROY E. WHITE Members in Faculty DR. C. C. FITCHNER DR. A. W. JAMISON PROF. W. B. COLE HE Commerce Club was organized in 1924 shortly after the College of Business Administration was founded on the campus. Its purpose is to reward those students in this college who have attained distinction in the college whether by scholarship or extra-curricula activities. Bringing the students together for informal luncheons and more formal banquets to discuss business problems is a monthly function which is heralded by all. Each year the Club brings a number of prominent business men from all parts of the state to give lectures to students at large. . in ' ' fs I - M L sms" af J . I . 1 ' 1 i I x ,,,, . . - I . 'L ., , K -. if is Q V I, Top row-EDMIsoN, ISEELI., DOTY, GETTLE, ICILLEBREW, PURYEAR, WHITE Bottom row-TELRORD, BRUMEIELD, FREE, I-IoDGEs, HUDSON, GooCH, FINLEY Page 339 .,.4.,.,N.. , .. .wwf 1.-' , I1 i i r rig r 1 . .3 is ,J A gl l 5 i rx 'l iii vi' ll I A .J l .E i .i 1:3 v. N.. .4 4. 2 .fig .. 4? J y. C753 'Tlic' RITlZOI'bC1Ck fs-1 928' E9.shn1"sf? ffT,Qf., i 1 I j l p . g GENERAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY + if MW... .,.. . . . . E ...,...... M. ....,... I ., ,..,,, .. .....,. ,. ,..... .... .. ....,........,.....,...,......,.. ,. ,,..,,..,..,.., ii OFFICERS A' f R. H. CLARK ..... . President Lili? EUGENE STOKES Secretary fig L. F. BEVILL . T1'easu1'e1' H i ' 1 fl ' 'll li JI ' Fifi ' 'H' . . . . . . . if HE General Engineering Society IS the Arkansas Chapter of the Association Q of Collegiate Engineers. It has as its aim the co-ordination and promotion LI :jig of the interests of the engineers in the University of Arkansas and fostering a K l more brotherly spirit among the students in the College of Engineering. Representatives were sent this ear to the annual National Convention df: y in lj of Collegiate Engineers. The chief purpose of the organization, however, is to promote the annual festivities of Engineers' Day, which is held each year on St. Patrick's Day. The event was a huge success this year by giving the public not only entertainment, but also the interesting phase of the work done in the classroom and in the shop. itil if ii fl le: 3 'j iii l' P 1' Jay WL is c ff .M 2 is bi 'fl V V 1 ' K all ' . i E it 1 - , I ' i, ffff ' i 4 7355 li ' Qf HQ ul.. ii lllil slit ' .igwy X I Ill iii, BEVILL CLARK STOKES mi -I4 i 5 ii .l 1 i.- A w it Hi Page 340 il it , ' 4 .,,.J.h:'v 1 vivrl WOMEN'S LEAGUE OFFICERS GAY GA'r'r1s . . . . . . President l':DNA KATE HAl.li . . Vice-President Rosie MARY Toomey . . Secretary-Trcaxwer HE VVomen's League was founded at the University of Arkansas in May, 1926, having as its beginning a mass meeting of the women students of the University. lt became active immediately and has had a steady growth since. Tea dances and other student entertainments have been given each year during their life. The purpose of the League is to promote closer friendship and co-operation among the women students and to uphold the highest standards of honor, scholar- ship, and loyalty to the University. Every woman who registers in the Uni- versity is enrolled in the VVomen's League. Steady growth of this organization is a living proof of its success. It has spread to many of the Universities and Colleges in this country to promote co-operation among women and the institutions. The local Women's League is affiliated with the Intercollegiate Association of VVomen Students. GA1"1'1s H ALE Toon EY Page 341 PI DELTA ALPHA 0 1'I111IIIIIIIII"' 5 'Y 50111111 '"'"""IfffflIfIQIfQ.-,. """" 90' Z sow 'M OFFICERS MARY MAELE JOHNSON . . . . President FLIZABETH ISBELL . Vice-President VLRA WILSON . . Secretary PATPY SECOV . Treasit1'e1' GAY GATTIS . . Historian MEMBERS MARGARET MAYO RUTH DOWELL , VERA DRAKIE VIRGINIA LEEPER BONEETA LANGSTON IVA MAE CLEMMER MARY MAISEL JOHNSON ELIZABETH ISBELL I RENE PITTMAN VELMA BARTLEY VERA WILSON LILLIAN HERSCHI RUTH RUDOLI-II PATTY SECOY ERDIE SCOTT GAY GATTIS WILMA SCOTT GRACE WORLEY I DEI TA ALPHA, Honorary Home Economics Society, was Organized at the Unlversity of Arkansas this year. Its purpose is to further the interest In Home lnconomics problems. Members are chosen from the College of Agri- culture who are deGnitely interested in this field of activity. "I Q. -S H n Top 7'0'ZU'l'lERSI'II, PITTMAN, LANGSTON, GATTIS,' SECOY, DRAKE, WILSON Bottom row-CLEMMER, JOHNSON, MAYO, GRABILL, RUDOLPH, LEEPER, DOWELL Page 3 42 I MEMBERS ALPHA KAPPA RHO 1 X .,........ ..... .,.. ,...., ...,., Icpt. 5 'f7'Ap,.,. EQ ...... .. ..... .... I A -21960 ..... ............. . ...... - ..... ..,., Gow X1 OF F I C li RS . . . . . President . . Vice-Presid ent . . Secreta ry- T1'eas1t1'e1' . . . . . . C ritic CLYDE PHILLIPS . WM. F. BRUMEIELD FRANK L. MCBIQIDIE BUEL A. RosE . . CLYDE PHILLIPS WM. BRUMFIELD F. A. MCBIQIDE BUEL RosE E. M. AINSNVORTH U. A. LovELL JOHN NEWSOlN'I EUGENE FARRAR HENRY BURKE MISS ALICE NELSON GARTH MCMILLAN ICAVANNAH BUSI-I Cooi-ER JACONVAY RoIxER'I' KANE CHARLES VAN SANT PAUL W. GATES TURNER HENSLEY EUGENE CATO ANDREW CI-IEATIIAM B. D. SEAMSTER OUNDED in 1927, the Alpha Kappa Rho has had its first year of activity, and has been pronounced a success by the ones who have participated in its activities as well as by Mr. McGrew, the debate coach. Its sole purpose is to afford practice in debating to those who are on the University Debate Squad and to those who like the persuasive art. It is in no sense an honor organization, but one which affords much amusement to those who participate as well as to those who come for some form of entertainment. All meetings are open to the public, but membership is restricted to those who show interest in debate. I lv 'X 3 , . x. ff I-af - s ' ' if "5 13 A I .C K.'. . K ix it 511: lf' ll' I ' , . . . ' fi? . - . - Q L Ag 1 " by ' N' - A .F ' i Y ' if L f i' 1 . t li Q ' , '- IA X V V E im Q fly-4 Top row-HENSLEY, A1NSwoRTH, GATES, SEAMSTER, MCBRIDE, PHILLIPS, ROSE, JACOWAY Bottom ?'0'ZU-VAN SANT, I.ovELL, BRUMEIELD, BURKE, MCMILLAN, BUSH, FARRAR, ICANE Page 343 UNIVERSITY MIENJS CLASS 1061 .-...IQffQffffQIIfl 'f7f""Mf"""'f''ff 4,..,. Q,ffQIQI.Qf IDU' li ,...- ......... -... . Central Prcsybterian Church OF FICI-I RS DR. HARRISON HALIC ....... Teacher D. P. RICHARDSON .... A .vsociale Tcuclzcr HUDSON W REN . . . Premfflent GEORGE R. COLE V17cc-President ARTHUR I-I. HALIE . . . . . Secretary FRANK I.. MCBRIDE .... . Treasurer MEMBERS HORACE ASIICRAEI' JOIIN ATKINSON JAMES BALDWIN I'IEAR'I'SIl.I. BASIIAM JIM BATES CHAS. BEAIICHAMI' DEAN BLACKEIIRN OATI-IER BLACKBURN JOHN BLANSHARD CARSON BOOTH W. A. BOST R. A. BOWMAN W. B. BOYD M. C. BRADY G. C. BREXVSTER K. BUSK P. J. BYRD VIRGIL CASREER KENNIETI-I CHAMBERS LOWIELL CHAMIIERS B. L. Cox Average A llendavzcc- A. R. CIIEATIIAM C. D. CI-IANIEY Ii. DAVIDSON IE. P. DAVIS CHAS. B. DIEYVITT ALI.AN DONVEl.I. J. B. IEARLE J. I-I. EDIJY I. R. IQIIRANKS T. W. FINNEY J. Ii. FLEMING J. W. FLEMINO M. E. GIi'l"I'I.E W. P. GRACE H. HALIC, JR. R. I.. I-IAYS LISROY HEAD P. HENDERSON E. HOLDER C. W. HOLDEREAUM O. W. HOLMES M. I.. INOELS M. E. INGELS NEIL B. INOELS J. D. JOHNSON J. W. ICENDRICK II. V. ICIRIIY JOHN R. LARGE G. W. LENEHAN ISLMER S. MCCRIGHT JIM MCKIiNZIE G. IE. MCMII.LAN J. H. MCNUTT I.. C. MCII.LROY SAM MANATT G. G. MAY G. W. MAY , D. J. MORIQISON ISLMORE NORRIS W. E. PA'I"I'ON C. M. PECK C. M. PI'III.I.II'S 1923-24, 163 1925-26, 35g 1926-27, 523 1927-28, 70. J. Ii. PITTMAN I.. POWHATAN R. S. PRUETT K. A. REED J. W. REID I-I. SANDERS R. D. SALLEE JOIIN E. STAIR GEO. STEIIIIENS H. STATON HENRY TIII13OL'I' C. THOMPSON VERNON TULLER J. M. WALI.ACE J. E. WALKER E. P. WATSON HENRY WI-IITI5 FULTON WI'IITlE JOHN P. WHITE FRANK A. WRIGHT I E I I 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 I Page 344 BARAKCA SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS 'Mo flllllf' ""' ' """" ' "" n """"""""'A" N "'''''""""""""""""""' M "" ' "" fjlIL04'5' OFFICERS W. S. CAMPBELL . HARRY 'FELFORD RALPII BAIN CALVIN BEDELL VINN C. BINNS LESLIE BEVILL ELLIOTT BOIIO WILLIAM BRUMFIIEL W. S. CAMPBELL WILLIAM CROSS HARLIE IDAMPF WILLIAM DNVIGCSINS ROBERT DUIJLEY J. K. FARMER WILLIAM CQOOCII GEORGIE GRIESI-IAM ERNEST GRUMISLES ROY HARVEY Teacher DANA MERRICK Second Vice-Presrdenzf President WILLIAM GOOCII Third Vice-President JOHN MCMANUS First Vice-President EUGENE HILL . Secretary-1l'reasurer MEMBERS ROIIERT HOOVER CORNELIUS HUIiI.lEY MILES ICIELLY GEORGE LENEIIAN JOE LYBRAND JOIIN MCMANUS GERALD MIEIEIC DANA MERRICK LLOYD MOSELY NENVLAND OLIJIIAM TI-IOMAS OLIVER WYCLIFF ONVEN JAMES PATRICK CURTIS PARKER WILLIAM PRUl'I"I' FRANK PFEIFER JAMES RAINS ICERMIT RAYDON OLIVER SIEYMORE FRANK STUIIIII.EIf1ELIJ HARRY TELEORII CLOYII WALDRON HARLANIJ WEST CIIARLES VARNELL FRANK WINTKER W. P. WIIALEY IJREXEI. HAILIEY RORERT HENRY N. BERRY M. BERRY JOHN ELDRIDGE ANTONE BRABECK ICIENTON GARRISON ?'r'lnf, .V L Page 345 Tl ff . QI...- 7, 49 4 I Q f T1 V VAOAEONOS' ORCHESTRA A, A---Y --.-- -.-...........,....,......-.....,..,.,.,..........,,,,,.,....., 2- ,,,, ,,-,. ,,., ,, ,,,,..,,,,.,,.,,,,.,..-.....,.......,..,..-.......,.,.................. 0 9 ....... - ..... - .......... ,,..-.- .,.., .,.L.,,,-...,.....,.....,-,.,....,..-- BILL PICKINS . . . Reeds CECIL HUBIZARD . . Reeds CHARLES VAN SANDT . Trombone ALBERT VVIEISS . . . Bass . . Piano . . Banjo . . Reeds . Drums EUGENE HAMERIC CHARLES WARRINER CLINTON RUSHING TONY CARRUTH I . RGANIZED in the fall of 1926, this Orchestra has furnished music for many good dances for the past two years. It has furnished music for Cadet, Prom, Class and Fraternity dances. Pu S WRITERS, CLUB AND POETRY CLUB ..............,.,...-....................................-.......-....... 5, C A5 if ...................--... .... .................-..-...... ......, ,..... ...... ........-.-........ ..nN I. ....... ........... ..... Jaw MEMBERS IN WRITERS' CLUB CECIL MCHALE, Sponsor G. M. JONES HENRY E. BROYLES HAROLD SI-IIPLEY WILLIAM GOOD CECIL SI-IUFORD EDWIN HICKS MAXWELI, WHITAKER JIM ISBELL EUGENE WILSON CLUB founded several years ago by Grant McColley, which is limited to ten members, and given up to writing original fiction, essays and sketches, and to criticizing them for their literary worth. There are no restrictions what- ever as to the type of material to be written. MEMBERS OF POETRY CLUB AVERELL REYNOLDS, President CORRINE HODGES ANNE CLEAVER WILLIAM E. PATTON ELIZABETH MCLEOIJ HONORARY MEMBERS LAURENCE F. HAWKINS, Instructor of English RozA ZAGONIA MAIIINONI, Poet The Poetry Club was Organized in 1926 for the promotion Of interest in the writing of poetry among the students. It solicits for membership only those students of high intelligence and imagination who wish to encourage and assist one another in creative work. The members meet Once a month to discuss Inodern poetry and to submit material for criticism. Averell Reynolds and Anne Cleaver have had work accepted by poetry magazines. The other members and former members have written verse of interest. r Top T01U1MCl.EOD, HODGES, MARINONI, PATTON, REVNOLDS, CLEAVEII Bottom row-WILSON, JONES, I-IICKS, BROYLES, SIIUFORD Page 347 RUO'll"llN' RUBJES .A ------u---....- ....... .......,...,... ......, ,.. ,,,,. .,L.,.,L..,. .,,... .,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,, ,, 24Q5,,,, cg4'+,Z3-i,,7,,2Q.i,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,. , ,, g ' 0 .... I. ......., , ,,... ,.,....,,, ,.,... .. vo- U41 OFFICERS HOR'fliNSE TOMLINSON . . . . Presidenl CHRISTINE HENDRIX . . Secretary FRANCES CRUTCHER . . Vice-President ARDETI-I ANNEN . . Treasurer MEMBERS OPAL TARLTON DAISY PHILLIPS MARIE BUERKLE EDNA KA'l'l5 HALE MARGARET BRODIE ANABELL ALLEN FRANCIIELLE WATSON MINNIIE MCGIEI-IEE FLOURONOY PRICE MARY LOUISE SHOFNER HELEN STROUE BILL GUINN MILDRED BURKE GERALDINI5 LENVIS LUCILE MUSE PAULINE ROGERS EVA COON MAXINE lVlCCAT1'1ERINE LILLIAN f3REGSON MARTHA ALEXANDER I'IOI.LAND PEARCE OOTIN' RUBES, Organized in 1925, is representative Of all university women, three of its members being chosen from each campus group. The Rubes foster all university activities and uphold the college spirit and loyalty. I +I! 'IIV1 ,I . I . Page 348 , X. V, ,,.,..,, !.,.,, L... ., h fi Jr..-. x.. ' 'Vw 1 w ri -- .,4'-,' iwh' uf, ' 'NWT' K' ,J I 'ff' Ziffi.-"A-'g!,r'H 4 V AGRI DAY ASSUCIATHUN 'E-' is ....,.. -. ,AN i 0 ..,,.... , ,....., - ..,...,... . ............. ,........ -Lak As. ,.., , ..,..,A....., .. .A.4.A.,...A....... ., A....,....,. X . E. "-e, M . ,,.,,,4.,,, W ,,.,, ,, ffm? OFFH7 ii RS GARLAND OAKLEY GAY GA'1"r1s . HUDSON WREN . EUSEL COLEMAN . MABIEL B1c:KERs'1'AEE . Parade Committee RAYBON SULLIVANT, Manager PHIL ANDERSON, Assistant GAY GATTIS, Assistant Eats Committee ANTONE BRAREC, Chairman LILLIE COLEMAN, Assistant KATHERINE SAGER, Assistant NELLE MCDONALD, Assistant Signs Committee BILL HORSEIFALI., Chairman MARVIN BULL, Assistant DORIS WHITTINGTON, Assistant . . . . . Maitager Assistant Ivfanager . Publicity Ivfanager . . Treasurer' . . Assistant T1'easnrer Dance Committee EARL W1-u'r1NG, Chairman EUSEL COLEMAN, Assistant RUTH PEARCE, Assistant MAEEL BICKERSTAIPF, Assistant Exhibits Committee PAUL TAYLOR, Chairman MARY MAIIIZL JOHNSON, Home Ec. LUCY MCCOLLOUGH, Assistant ELOISE STANFORD, Assistant Show Committee HUDsON WREN, Manager NOBLE MCBRIDE, Assistant HOli'1'1iNSE TOMLINSON, Assistant wolf-'A - V -v-fxs' f 51, ,.vftyM5f sq- , .f Page 3 49 . 1 Qi-Si ww TRI ETA I 1 Iv. J 1 i . ....MW........,,........,..............-.,..,,....,....,.............. ,v,5...'5 45. is-,.....--...-.......-..--.. ...,.. ,.-...,..L.- .... ............-......-...-...,. 0 ,,.,,., M ,,,,,. ,,,,,,,-,t-.,-,,., ,,,,, t,,-,,.,,..----- M- J , OFFICERS i HUDSON WREN . . . . . . President ' , EUSEL COLEMAN Vice-President JIM STEPHENS . . Secretary j J WM. P. GOOCH . . . . Treasurer or I I MEMBERS J JIM STEPHENS FRANK MCBRIDE I J CLARENCE HUTSON TIIEO. EDMISTON R. L. MCGILL ROBERT JACOBS . I 2 IVAN GILMORE CARSON BOOTH , J ROBERT PURYEAR EUGENE JOHNSON i ., WM. P. GOOCH WEAR SCHOONOVER I EUSEL COLEMAN MARVIN GETTLE I ALVA WINTERS PAUL X. WILLIAMS HUDSON WREN MAX BROOKS E JOHN STATES JOHNNIE WILTSHIRE A f GASTON BELL i I RI ETA was organized about twenty-five years ago, being the oldest of the i dormitory fraternities. Its purpose is to foster a feeling of brotherhood ...J W l E . i --1 among the residents of the dormitory and to promote the welfare of the dormi- W J tory residents. J . , I I 6 I :Q J Q 1 . if J 'S I Y 1 i f I if Q, .L -1 2 1 1 I X J ,. A 9 J 'C 'Ai I A li -. 'li' 'il J . I WU ' F fi - fu' I Pi .. Ifi 1.11 :Nw . , . I M if Top row--BROOKS, WILTSHIRE, WILLIAMS, WHEN, MCBIIIDE, COLEMAN Middle raw-BELL, GETTLE, SCHOONOVER, GILMORE, GOOCH, PURYEAR Bottom row-EDMISTON, WINTEIQS, BOOTH, STEPHENS, HUTSON, STATES 'HJ Page 350 . . 1 , Q 1' 4' WM A -.IT-A m,,.., .f ...., I- .,.,,, .,.U'-xy, I 'V' l 1 2 1 .Im zlkafx-lfififvf ...I Xl DELTA PST , .-............,-........-.........................-........,........ 3 Q. 5 A ......-...- ...----...................,.........--... .....--.L-..-. ......, .,.,....-...,.,..,..., , .,,,,,,,,-,, L. ,,,.,, ,,,,,S,,,,,.,.,,,,,, 0 463i- OFFICERS W. F. BRUMFIELD . . . . . President A. B. CALDWELL . . Vzce-Prcszdent MEANS WILKINSON ..... Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS E. MERRILI. AINSWORTH WI-IIT JOHNSON MEANS WILKINSON JOHN MILLER W. F. BRUMEIELD MORRIS BRADY PORTER J. BYRD ROBERT BOWMAN HOUSTON J. HOLLOMAN JOHN IVESTER HARRY M. TELFORD A. D. MCGUIRE ROY E. WHITE A. B. CALDWELL EUGENE LAMEERT BURNICE BELL T. P. OLIVER CLAS. MCRAVEN ROBERT HUNT CARL NATHO HE purpose of the Xi Delta Psi, essentially a dormitory organization, is to promote a feeling of good fellowship, further a friendly spirit, 'md to work toward the mutual benefit of its members. Besides meeting Weekly the Xi Delta Psi gathers at the Campus Cafeteria once a month for a Dutch feed Each semester a date banquet is held by the members. I A 7-'12, 'P .3 ,ef gg in A V, ,L ., . Gm: 1 . I wil'-as f E' H.. .1 2 L fc! 34 ' Page 351 Top row-AINSWORTH, TELEORD, BRUMFIELD, CALDWELL, BOWMAN, WHITE Middle 70w-MCRAVEN, MCGUIRE, NA1'HO, MILLER, WILICINSON, BYRD Bottom row-LAMEERT, OLIVER, JOHNSON, IVESTER, HUNT, BELL lf I ml ttf I Alf" 'A rg- ff, ,IWW-j. '1'ljr"7Qa' if ,'A' ",y,W5fr'ffI.,'f"' K' ..,i:.:':':1I I 'Q ' Eff' IQ'fFQ:f'.,1.g1i"-L... jg A.: I PHT NU ETA .Ala ....'.1 IILHAZLLZAIAIKE OFFICERS ULYS A. LOVELL . . . President KENNETII SAGER . . Vice-President LESLIE F. BEVILL . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS ' zation. THOMAS L. HUCICAIZY WILLIAM L. BOULWARE T. T. SPITZBERG OLIVER ADAMS EDWARD T. BURTON GUY E. KIRKLEY VERNON COLVIN HARRY VVOODRUFF VVILLIS MARTIN FRANK VVRIGHT CORNELIUS HURLEY BILLY MERRICK EVERETTE BURNES JOE BYLANDER I JOIIN DILLING ROBERT NIENV'FII LEON VVILLIAM5 ITH the purpose of the Phi Nu Eta to improve living conditions in the dormitories, it has been the policy of the Club to take a generous part in all dormitory activities. A jug of White Gold is the emblem of the organi- x ef' Top row--BEVILL, SPITZBERG, LOVELL, I-IUCKAIIY, VVOODRUFF, ICIRKLEY Middle 7'0'lU-ADAMS, SAGER, BOULWARE, BURTON, MARTIN, VVRIGHT Bottom T070-MERRICIC, NENV'l'H, DILLING, BYLANDER, NVKLLIAMS, COLVIN ov- ' Pagu 352 OWL AND TRJIANGLIE 0 .... ... ....... ... .......... -.., ......... - ..,.. ...... ..,. . ......... , I ,Q .................. .. ...... ...,..........,............. ..,......,..,..., . ........... . . .. G I .... ........ N .... , gaqwg Q .........,. . .... XP Founded at University of Arkansas, 1928 MEMBERS W1LL1AM Goocn Rox' E. Wnmz EMIERSON Don' Wn.L1AM BRUMFIIQLU DAVID F INLEY MICICEX' MCIGUIIQIE FRANK MCBIIIDE E. MERRILL AINSNVORTH EMBERSI-HP in Owl and Triangle is limited to juniors and seniors in the College of Business Administration who have maintained a high scholarship average. The organization has no regular meetings nor dues. Its purpose isito bring together those students of high scholarship in the school as is done in other schools and colleges in the University. The three sides of the Triangle, centered around Wfisdom, are Character, Diligence, and Integrity. Top row-DOTY, BRUMFIELD, MCBRIDE Bottom row-WHITE, AINSWORTH, Goocn Page 353 ,K . 1... r A QA , 5 A ,.1 - w , ,. ,,,. 1 . - 4 l , v CLWYRIGIIT nvj II FIICLIJ Page 354 mwmmwmes n Hoi Spring: 'Eb e e .- , QE' Tlze medicinal properties of the not water .rpringf lzerve caused Hot 'Springx to become one Q' the mort widely known cities of ufrkanraf. Tlze drlington Hotel and Bath Home zk pictured lzere. Thoumndx of people from all ofver the world 'vixit lzere every year in gueft of lzealtlz. W r x 4 M E9 mcg , . 'AA ""t'A""' -' 2 1 JI uf: fa:l.',1?f. 1-rv. V' Aa. ,.,.,z 'D xx- .4 5-fd Page 355 MWWEWL 5 in fl' xtj' 5 - 'X 41 ff,-5' ' . ' if Q? . " 1 bf: "mg H RX WM" 7'IQ 4 ft-llc QA x fp M 3, 1 JJ '--'M K ' "-' M55 7.'r -N " 9 ' xgfih? S. C. I'Ur.MER, A. B., M. D. Ass1'sta11t Professor of Cl1'1t1'ral Medicine C. E. NVITT, M. D. Professor of Clinical lwedicine R. Q. PATTERSON, M. D. Asstfstaut Professor of Clinical Dermatology PAUL L. DAY, Ph. D. Professor ry' Cllemistry ISAAC J. JONES, M. D. Professor of Bacteriology V. A. Goo'rCnEu, B. A. Instrttctor in Anatomy C. S. Rusumu, B. S. Instruftor in Anatomy C. I.. SHu.uuAY, Ph. D., M. S. Assistatit Professor of Anatomy CHAS. li. OATES, A. B., M. S., M. D. A ssistant Professor cj .flnatonzy B. I.. ROBINSON, A. B., M. D. Professor of Anatomy Page 356 PAUL l.. MAIIONIQY, A. M., M. D Inslruclor in Clinical Ulnlnryrzgvlogy R. J. CAl.COT1a, A. B., M. D. I uslruclor 'i 71 Clf1H.ClIl 0fJl1flI!lfl710l0g y K. W. Cosuuovlz, M. D. Instructor in Clinical 0f0!Ill'j'?Ig0l0gy Ikvlxu SP1'rzIslzRG, B. S., M. D. .f'lssi.x'lru1t in Clin-irrul Pz'1l'if1lrics I'l. A. DISHUNGH, A. B., M. D. Inslrwclor 'in C!IT7l'I'Cfl! J1IIflI7:C1:1lC PAT NIURIWIY, M. D. Professor of Cf'lT717'ClIf Nmfrrnlqqy and Pxychialry J. C. CUNNINGHAM, M. D. Prcjvxsor in CfI'lI1'Clll AIl?l1'I'Cl.lllf N. F. XVENY, A. B., M. D. 1lISfl'1lCl0I'I'lI Cfirziml Jllcrlicim' D. 1. llx'A'r'l', A. H., M. D. llISll'1ll7f0l'f7If C1lT1Z'I'Clll l1lL'I1lTC'lfllG C. M. WAss1c1.I., M. D. .-lsxnciulzr Prrjcssor of Clin ical Al 011' i ri me Page 35 7 J. P. RUNVUN, M. D. Professor of Clinical Surgery W. F. SMITH, A. M., M. D. Professor ry' CHWIYDCIZZ Surgery JAMES R. WAYNE, M, D. Professor of Clinical Surgery STERLINQQ P. BOND, M. D. A ssociale Professor of Clinical Surgery jon II. SANms1u.1N, M. D. I nslrfrelor 'fn Cllnlml Surgery and Gynecology G. W. RIEAGAN, M. D. Irzstruflor in Clifzlcal Urology Miss MALIIQICE Coucu Inslructor lr: Baeleriology Miss Enrrn IIQPKINS S'lLfJL'fl1ll67l!ll!7Il Nurse, Isaac? Folsom Clzmc MRS. BURTE SANDIQRLIN Keeper of Records, Isaac Folsom Clinic W. R. BATIIURHT, M. D. Professor of Dermolology Pay' 358 R. IZ. Pnvok, A. AH., M. D. Instructor in Olzstetrfrs and Gynecology MORGAN SMITH, M. D. Professor of Pediatrics and Preventive llflcdicinc W. D. ROSE, M. D. Associate Professor of Mozllrint' V. T. VVIEBN, A. B., M. D. Instrnotor in Mozlininc Romain' CA1.mvm.l., M. D. Professor of Otolaryngology Ii. 1'l. WHITE, M. S., M. D. Associate Professor of Obstetrics R. C. Kouv, M. S., M. D. Associate Prcjcssor of Oplzthalmology I-I. A. Slcm.'r0N, A. M. Instructor in Physiology and Pharmacology II. S. THATCHER, A. M., M. D. Professor of Patlzology I-I. W. BROWNING, M. D. Instructor in Clinical lJt'll'ltlll"I'CS Page 359 B. A. Rll1N1mAR'1', B. A., M. D. Inslr1u:tor in Roerrlgenology F. W. CARuU'1'1-lxsus, M. D. Profmsor of Orlhofneflic Surgery f3lEURGE V. LEWIS, A. H., M. D. .fl ssislrml Professor of Surgery GRACE VVOOIJALL 7'0cl11zic1'z14z Rmm GARNER Y 'l'C1Hl1TCilLH JAMES Il. l.1cNow, A. M., M. D Elwritfls Przjcssor ly' Urology FAY H. JONES, A. B., M. D. .'1SS1'SlIl1ll Professor of Urology CARL G. IJAVIS, A. M. Rcgislror and Exrlminer Mlss l.u.L11a B. I-IIL1. Secretory Mlss FLORENCE LAws0N A ssislrml Secretary Pup 360 N1928' GS? W -ff v XX,-X 7 ,QQ ' -5 ' X :fTQ,f,frf.rf N t X -f' K ' aff--i5Q ff.: ---' f Q' ,fl 'f N - v- - . ,.jLi,1,---i .. - 1 'hl N, if H 'G fy -. X 7 , : g1 "'+1fs -+f2 f j b ' N' SQ-ll by D : .,.,g.- f.-.41Q... 'Q A K ' 'L ' Page 361 Q P X ' , -D"GD"U"l!'1!'Y!'E'G'Z1.TY!"T.T J. W. Aims l"nrlSmill1 A. ll., li. S., Nl. D. Pre-Meclic, University of Ar- kansas, Kappa Sigma, Phi Chi, lnterning at Charity Hospital, New Orleans, La. Ii. W. ANp14:ksoN Los Angeles, Cal. A. B., M. D. lre-Merlie, University of Michi- gan, Phi Chi, Interningat Methoclist Hospital, Houston, Texas. J LYNN W. Biu'r'roN Conway B. S., M. D. Pre-Medic, Hendrix College, Phi Chi, lnterning at County Hospital, Little Rock, Ark. RUNYAN L. l'lU'l'LlER Sl1ar1'dan B. S., M. D. Pre-Medic, Henderson Brown, Chi Zeta Chi, lnterning at Baptist State Hospital, Little Rock, Ark. ALAN Cazoiu' Lamar B. S., M. D. Pre-Medic, Hendrix College, Theta Kappa Psi, lnterning at Little Rock General Hospital, Little Rock, Ark. Hovr L. CuoA'l'lc Plain View A, B., li. S., M. D. Pre-Medic, Hendrix College, Chi Zeta Chi, lnterning at Baptist State Hospital, Little Rock, Ark. W. L. Coiuav Sl. Croix Falls, Wis. B. S., D. D. S., M. D. Pre-Medic, Marquette, Phi Chi. M. F. Cuowiam. Clizzlon A. B., M. D. Pre-Medic, University of Ala- hama, Theta Kappa Psi, Interning at St. Vineent's lnlirmary, Little Rock, Ark. J. Nl. IDISHMAN Liltla t'ypm.f, Ky. M. D. Pre-Meclie, Union University and Western Kentucky State Normal, Chi Zeta Chi, Interning at St. Elizabeth Hospital, Covington, Ky. Gliillilili L. GAl.I.An1au Ilfillirzzlislzllrg, Iowa A. IS.. M, D. Pre-Medic, University of Iowa, Phi Chi, Interning at St. Vincent's Infirmary, Little Rock, Ark. Page 36i Iimiisn E. KTVAY Lillle Rock M. D. Pre-Medic, University of Missouri, Phi Chl, Square and Compass. Cvku. A. QIORILLA Ironwrmrl, Mich. B. S., M. D. Pre-Medic, Little Rock College, Psi Chi, Interning at St. Vincent's Hospital, Little Rock, Ark. Cimumzs I limcis I3ellev1'Ile B. S., M. D. Pre-Medic, Hendrix College, Chi Zeta Chi, lnterning at Greenville City Hospital, Greenville, S. C. jonx 'l'. GRAY Lillie Rock B. S., M. D. Pre-Medic, Little Rock College, Phi Chi. G. lf. llOLLlNGSNVOR'I'll Ilamplnn B. S., M. D. Pre-Medic, Henclerson Brown, Chi Zeta Chi, lnterning' at Little Rock General Hospital, Little Rock, Ark. l'Io1umcIL C. jomss Batesville A. li., B. S., M. D. Pre-Medic, Arkansas College and University of Arkansas, Theta Kappa Psi. GnANvn.l.ic L. JONES Lillie Rock A. li., M. D. Pre-Medic, Texas Christian Uni- versity, Chi Zeta Chi, lnterning at State llospital for Nervous Dis- eases, Little Rock, Ark. H. P. IQIEMMICRLY Hominy, Olela. B. S., M. D. Pre-Medic, University of Okla- homa, Phi Chi, Square and Com- pass. M. J. ICILLURY Lillla Rack B. S., M. D. Phi Chi, Pathologist for St. Vineent's and Missouri Pacific Hos- pitals, Little Rock, Ark. JAMES G. MAu'i'1NnAr.E Hope B. S., M. D. Pre-Medic, University of Ar- kansas, Phi Chi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Interning at St. joseph's Inlirmary, Houston, Texas. Page 3 64 Rox' I. MIl.L.xku lilzur Bull B. S., M. D. Pre-Meclie, llenclrix College, Chi Zeta Chi, Square and Compass. lnterning at County llospital, Little Rock, Ark. l'E'1'izR 'l'. PANARO New York, N. l'. M. IJ. Pre-Meclic, New York University, lnteruiug at Metropolitan Hospital, New York, N. Y. Josie:-u J. l,lEZl'l,U Ulf-:lx lfulls, N. V. M. D. Pre-Medic, Niagara University, lnternmg at St. james Hospital, Newark, N. j. BAx'rlck Poizriau Mnnrnu, Lu. M. IJ. Pre-Medic, Southern Methodist University, Phi Chi, Square and Compass, lnterning at Shreveport Charity llospital, Shreveport, La. llowakn A. RANDS Bzgfllzlo, N. l'. M. D. Pre-Meclic, Valparaiso University, Phi Chi, Square and Compass, lu- terniug at St. Vineent's Infirmary, Little Rock, Ark. SAM W. Sluzi.'1'oN Cifmr, A lu. B. s., M. D. Pre-Nledic, University of Ala- bama, Theta Kappa Psi. jimics I.. Svuuas lfnmlmnlus B. S., M. D. Pre-Medic, University of Ar- kansas, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Chi Zeta Chi, lnterning at St. Vincent's Infirmary, Little Rock, Ark. I. C. SUMNER Ilamillon, Ala. B. S., M. D. Pre-Medic, University of Ala- bama, Theta Kappa Psi, Square and Compass, lnterning at T. C. I. Hospital, Fairfield, Ala. FRANK S'r1'rT IfVewri.rllecc, Ala. B. S., M. D. Pre-Medic, University of Ala- bama, Theta Kappa Psi, lnterning at Hillman Hospital, Birmingham, Ala. Page 365' Page 3 66 is 2 E 'A iz E 1 P 2 E 1 2 ? . E A Y. 1 1 P ., M L 1. 1, We 4 V L. B E 5 I K 3 5 E 5 2 K Y 5 3 53 52 r 5 5 P 7 l Q V! U f f 5 a E Z E Z xi P 5 ii 'Tin' 1Z!I7Ol'I7fICR l'9f.Z5' L"'7'-Eff!-"""'3W ' -'Fi -:::::C1-.emvvn.vr:-- -1,14 -:---:1.a.w.....-- une:-inner-Ar------,1fgnm.... , , .,,...:.v.::::w-...-A-.w favwfuuhxfn-11-gear-M-we-wernmwmww .us-ae-----A-4-4-an--.-.--.,.w..uwn-.wfx A . v X x " ' " fra. -. HQ, f Vt s. U' ff: ' . T' ' Tx N, A ,. . xx ' 1 f MQ' XVALTER T. ATWAY Swifton I 'ft ,BVI 1 2 A s .3 Y L .. , . SAMUEL R. BAKER Paragonld MATHIAS A. BALTZ Pocahontas ' CHARLES S. BOONE Kirkwood ROY E. BURGESS Lamar CALVIN A. CHURCHILL Piclrer, Okla. H. S. CLAY Iloxie Q . ts .J .. t 5 RAYMOND C. C0oK Conway 1 NOBLE B. DANIEL Little Rock ff. yy K, X N' .., A r R . rw V ',,'vJ V JK i..'..4..,. ,.-wa, r, A . Page 369 x:,':,r, 4 . CHARLES C. AUL1' Hot Springs 1. 5 wt Qi s l s 1 K ll . Hg V.. A S+ fi P1 5 . M LQ gf. . V 'E Y A I' m if . ga.. RW f-1 I . . PM li.: ,EL T' . aw.. E K, , ,. 9, 1 .l,, 1 9, L. M x ha ipw :ggi 7 .-4 4,1 L, NL. M , M N 5 L A X sw 'X ll T1 ,,, Cf. L! .W P 'EN .? .KJ .J I v GEOROE W. DICKINSON Horatio LOUIS S. DUNNAWAV Conway W. E. FRASHUER Memphis, Tenn. JACK R. GEORGE Ola L. V. GORILLA Little Rock J. K. GRACE Yellville WILLIAM E. GRAY Little Rock FRED W. HARRIS Fort Smith J. H. HAYES Lilllc Rock LEMLEY L. HUIZENER .Lillie Rock Page 370 ,E Lfi E J . Nm' V 11 H' .ii gd wg TJ Wiki 'fx ,uf .iss IE: AH pil? T2 I 4 ll 1 W" -we 51 L, 1.1 1: .J 5:3 4,4 -wg iv Ml Ji .Z Y Wai -hi C. J. 1 I'a J SJ ,. .H NJ? J 1. L 51 . E? :I T252 fe? M ff' J H. AJ lvl .. . ...W , , T ' Xl ik lv' 1?I,.i.xi'1 ' x ' I J J. . - . .....I,m.w..vY GLENN JOHNSON Harriszm W. A. JONES Batesville I RICHARD J. LANG Albany, N. Y. WILLIAM R. MA'rII1zwS Ediuburglz, Texas WILLIAM E. MAY!-IEIQ Lillle Rock CHARLES E. MCARTHUR Cordelc, Ga. CI-IARLDS G. PRA'rImR, JR. Bulesville MAR'l'lN R1sAv1ss Warren FOUNT RICHARDSON Fayellevllle ROLAND R. RORINS Ozau Page 371 ,, :44 57:-:H ' A G W . I 6. mmnqwfunuwmumnrnvunmvwfmlmxwmuanmuxummmwnnmmtmuxmumnm -- .eaI?fLo1z'7'tII- t?n:fort,m'ctz I' ' 'Lf A Q , I -I I :Q V ,. Q 4 I 5 if If I I7 I 2 I t. ' , I3 mmm: I 92 fi' Gi7m3"t --fun-uf I 47351, Vim Lg Y I rj fe PORTISR R. ROGERS Kingsland ALLEN A. RUSSELL Little Rock ti I 2 ELIIILRT I-I. SIIIILLER Ozark JAMES W. SIIUMATE Conway EUCLID M. SMITH Hot Springs THOMAS M. TOWNS Liberty, Ala. ROV J. TURNER North Little Rock RUSSELL S. WI-IARTON Kenton, Ohio 51 1-IEIIIIIQRT A. WVILSON N MEA tester, Oklzl. '-1 MILTON R. VVIRTHLIN ,, Morrillton x I Q? Ea JT: Q12 til , " - I 'III' H. Page 372 , I . SH ri! : 'bi H :iv I 1-54 M3 If :il I H4 it' LQYA , EW?" if 1 31 23 V 5 J 3 .e, 5 A I 'K if Il ,try J, p. ,.! ,., ix Q. wx lr , H it K3 '3 ,II W -tw of fu 'I :,' ,I I. ,Il II XII. M I. I -I H. il, ,,. II 1-I it nl JT 'HM 'V I I. W '-1 MJ I., I It If te "! L4 "M I M I I al lr! IL Q1 Q ffl Sci DRQMGEK? IIOE W1 5' Q56 7 ig W l ag! 5 M F Q0 fir f' X, mg I' 1 6 M1 M3539 I CARLTON D. ANTON - Des Moines, Iowa GEORGE F. BLODGETT Jacksmwzlle ORAN W. CIIENAULT England VVAI.'l'lCR E. Cuow, JR. Lillie Rock Nom, Com' Calico Rosle G. W. CRAWFORD Dewey, Okla. W. B. DORBANDT San Antomo, Texas CIIARLES W. I-IIQNRV Norlh Little Rock ARTHUR M. Guzns Ilamburg ROBERT C. DOUTHA1' Kansas Czty, Mo. Page 375 v . I? -1 R fs tt -1 .4 . . " "rl "f'T'F""""?""'f'-"- - , . . , ' - 'N ff J. 71" 'f,T.LJ..' ' J . J' A. . J V6'5g.1':W?1'O,t.t:'5':5:5:i H -tw .t 'Y ttf Razor tmctcf aZ91Z5' QQ .wf E. . ijt? QM I M .mu .MyLu.mM..rav:-time:muummutvrnmmomvvu-www"nnuuwn4m1,.-uumntwfm-www-4:vE+!z:?, 5 E37 V ffm: .Et t I f N ,l JOHN S'rA'rHAK1s Little Rock 2, .glvg t N., WARREN S. RILEY El Dorado ". . I W t 41. ' .3 sg: rf' ' 7 w lm fl ' 3 i '- . J 1 5 r if . 5 I 49- , I V pl ' "F it vt' . t .3 , XVALDO A. REGINER Wilton 1 5 J . . J 1'- N GEORGE B. MOOIQE Ltttla Rock ' V413 U lg I 3. mv: 1-till ' H J J ffl H H LEE B. XIVORD Hot Springs 'W hw I z, i EQ: JERRY T. MISER Little Rock 'l ij J iff Q '3 " 5'-1 J E5 14 bf: fi N Q-l L: H wx' - r J R V? W, Q f 5- i 1-QE" V f my , . . '5 I JOSEPH I.. LAND St. Loztts, Mo. 5 . N .. . if r 5.2535 GAYLE T. JOHNSON Ltttle Rock ff bl 1 iff ' if el 1 il 'fl t-fi f, .. Jr 4 1' qt 1 1 W .4 VJ 1--luis Lf ' S--igig fl 5 E11 NVILLIAM A. SNODGRASS Ei I J Little Rock i rf N OPIE R. HOLLOWAY I J, 513 f Center Rtdgc 1 1 1 lt ' " ' 1,1 J ft , M-1 ' 1 ft 4' It fit i tg 1 ,t li gf '. qt 2. it ti ' JAMES M. KOL13 Clarksville 2 fi ?f 5 Ili 5, PY , J jg H: CLYDE D. RODGERS Stuttgart ttf il J il tt R. it J H 'I 5 ' Y I ,1 gg rt fi tr" I V Y i 2 H X . T., 4 V 'Yi " iii, Q3 it-4 ff A Q21 it ff tw: tt . .A ,. -'u'1f'- F' J Lkyv5kal?QtwwM2r. L. 1 rmwzww.-.wwf fx m- w QD n a x w W ewff-mv-'Q-:mmhe-uvnv1rr:fm4r:1-mzmar:'mn1m'mmnmwwxfMIuwmhamu.Qn.vM . 'Q Page 376 y , ItLlT7Y"U'V'7"'l? 1 X 3,1 r 7-"ZlklllF1XY1'KTl'TxlI14'1!ff1Ifl'.l777'VIXTVIJ,I'1'Y.'t'.KT1lTiR'!1fl'.lg1Q j'm-"Wf"'6"' ' 4 1 ""1'7f" '7' W" 'i?"?" "Y "':"'i' 'YW V"'W""' 'WN -A --11-'-:-vat-v-.1-wv---' 4- w " " "' ' ' ' ' "" f KTII6' RITZOTDUCR M1926 G19 1 . .giJaEhmG'nLffSr K I9 H2 VF SWNEU1 M4 E LEW n 'T A , fb-Tw , - G 0 Q f m? W O O 1 1 QQ GD J ' W 2 O D 6 'gn CD .ll N U f QC . I s f -. C, , W bOQD0 ,CQQ :b 13 o . Q O f f'b XLR K' .' . .LSI G QQ o QD Q f Z' I' Q Q f I QL- ' Q Q O w ma Q Q Q G 5 rr 5---2 a Cn O N' H C' Auxaues ,- Page 377 !III'1K'l'KXr1'1'Krrl1l1IIl'1xTrttl1l1x1'tIxxrl'I1rxTlTul'txxn1xrlrxnnln1rxru1urn1IIrrurln1111ul'IYYIYUYIItI!RY11ItuU1'rt'I1Tx1"l'H1TltYl1! Y 'TY ,WHYT T Y- 1? , TY TY' TY' 'YY " 'YY 'YT' TYK 11 'YTW ,TT ' PH1r.r.1P A. BILAKLEY Ilzzlizlllrlpolis, I nd . IIERMAN L. BROWN Warren Roumu' I.. IZRYANT Lillie Rosle l.v1.1c I.. l'IASSEl.L C0iI'1UlLy 1. M. IIAYES Lillie Rock Jumus I-ll IfI1s1.1.UMs Lillie Rock Rolsmlu' W. I-Ilzss C1t17C'lT1l7Illlf, 0,l1f0 J. O. HOBGOOO Jmlesboro W1r.1.mM E. JONES Lillie Rock LEON E. KING Lillie Rock Page 379 1 5 v .-L 1 no 1 r 14-lm W ' e'1!," tjyv ' ., .Lf CHR1s'1'1NE LIPSCOMB Little Rook W. R. PARSONS Bouxtte A. J. PAULI Little Rock RALPH PERRY Snow Boll ALLAN R. POWELL Benton RANDOLPH SMITH Little Rock H. B. TIIROGMORTON Pocahontas J. M. XVALLS Heber Springs W. T. VVILKINSON, JR. Couehatta, La. PATR1c1A ZEISLER Little Rock .f. t nf. .' G W Page 380 .- .f N , , fm N Qmafmw r K " A W- SQ I Q X' ' Q c I , 1 X ' I ,. iff A v ' .X - f' , ' , ' x ' . -.. , X ' ? i"!T ,,,,:-....."--.:::-"'.... - - MXQKN A' U 1 1, I JW? N mg-f I! u 5 ' P D Xfv F P b b , H F r Page 381 nznzlqzs-azz: YE fY'U1J"!J"!Y'U"G'Y!'U' , W . ,M 'fW"i'-wI7???z 'Tire ,IZl?70i',+'J0'CRf' 11 9125? ECJYTTRQTC' if eilkfafx. I PHI CH11 me 3174111111 "M" """" ' ""' E':f:L:111:1,1. I '31i1.11i.:Q1' oe- Founded by the Consolidation of Eastern and Southern Fraternities of the same name, 1890 A Lambda Rho Chapter established at Arkansas, 1915 OFFICERS MARTIN REAVES . Presiding Senior GEORGE BLODGETT . . Presiding Junior CHARLES S. BOONE . . . Secretary GEO. W. DICKINSON Treasurer , i ff , ii'-I. K""' A , f l If . , 5, A If ,L 'f X' f'iit1' u ' f ,, 'V " Q ' Y Y ' A im- 0 ' 3' V :N if M ,M G 5 ri U i Fm T 1- 'L-4 'li I .. A sg , I ' ' . . x S ov. in ' Ii' ni QM wa. . . . . ff W " 'W nga Is. I -,fr " A X :tv ix First row-AMIS, ANDERSON, BLOOOETT, BOONE, BRITAIN, BROWN, CHURCHILL, COREY Second row-CROW, DANIEL, DICKINSON, DOUTHAT, GAY, C. GORILLA, V. GORILLA, GRAY Third row-HATCH, HAYES, HAYES, HENRY, HUBENER, JOHNSON, KILBURY Fourth row-KEMMERLY, MARTINDALE, MAYNEIQ, MISER, PORTER, PRATI-IER, RANDS Bollorn row-REAVES, RODGERS, ROBINS, RUSSEL, RUSHING. STEELE, TURNER, WILSON Page 382 was ...... . gc 383 J. W. AMI5 E. W. ANDERSON GEO. F. BLODGETT C. S. BOONE W. L. BRITAIN T. D. BROWN C. A. CIIURCIIILI. W. L. COREY W. E. CROW N. B. DANIEL G. W. DICKINSON R. C. DOU'I'IIA'I' E. E. GAY ..... ..... Agia: H I yi 2? - ........ ,iw PHI CHI ...--.gm .. g. - .. .... .... ...... M .......... MEMBERS C. GORILLA V. LQORILLA JOHN GRAY L. B. HA'I'Cll J. H. HIXYIES M. HAYES C. W. HIENRX' L. L. HUBliNlEIi G. H. JOHNSON M. J. IQILBURY J- H. P. IQEMMERLY -I. G. MIxR'rINII.xI.E A W. E. MAYIIIER JERRY MISIER B. PORTER C. G. PRATIIIER H. RANIDS M. RIVES R. R. ROIIINS P. R. ROIIGERS ALLEN RUSSELI CJ. RUSHING A. P. STEELE -1 R. j. TURNER H. A. WILSON THETA KAPPA lPSll T - ......,...... .M .... ...W .,..,.......... .W ,a",-5,1 1, fn ,Z,x,.,: ,fx .,... -. ..... .... .. .. . . . ....,........,.... , , .. . ... . .. .. - .,.... ....... ....... .... A ..,. MQW Founded at the Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, 1879 Arkansas Chapter established 1923 OFFICERS E. H. SIIULLIQR . . . . . Prytany W. A. JONES . Vice-Prytany J. K. NIORROW' . . Bursar ARTIIUR ROBINSON . Recorder LOUIS DUNANVAY . . Chaplain RICHARD LANG . Historian XV. A. JONES II.-ruse ,Manager 0 A., 5, I . gl' it 4 Top row-CAZORT, COOK, CROWVELL, DOIQIZANDT, DUNAWAY, F RASIIUER Middle row-W. A. JONES, I-I. JONES, LANG, RICHARDSON, SHELTON Bottom row-SI-IIII,I.13R, S'rI'r'r, SUMNER, TOWNS, VVILKINSON Page 3 8 4 THJETA. KAPPA PST 'PMG Ilflilfm' """ mT"""' ""' Wmjlffil M EM B ERS ALAN CAZORT RAYMONIJ COOK MERVIN CROWVIELL WYCLIFFII ITJORHANIJT LOUIS DUNANVAY HORACIQ JONIzs LIILANIJ HASSEl,I JAMES MORROW ARTHUR ROBERTSON SAM SIIIQLTON ELBIQRT SIAIULLIIR FRANK STITT ISAAC SUMNER THOMAS TOWNS WILLIAM A. JONIas . JOIIN XVALSII W. T. VVILKINSON Page 585' 25 CHI ZIETA CHI H F F 'G'GLgLQ-,..ff"G'..QLIfff .... " ""'ffff' 00' Founded at University of Georgia, 1903 Nu Chapter established at Arkansas, 1906 OFFICERS 1 HOYT CHOATE . . . . Eminent Master ROY MILLARD . . Deputy Master W. T. ATWVAY . . Chief Scribe Master JACK R. GEORGE . . Deputy Scribe Master G. HOLLINGSWORTH . . Chapter Bursar JAMES SPIKES . Chapter Historian C. ROGERS . . . Inner Guard ROY E. BURGES5 . Outer Guard . i . ' 5.4. if . q A F i "W - : -1 . "' 1 t J "L ' I FA' t 4' - '.:- 1 4 Ni , X ' ' ' dx' , , 5 2 K ' . I i , .1 I l ' lx if ii ' ' ' -is K A I Q F ' 4, f, R A . 1 . . - , ,V ,g , ., , A .A A t . Q . I Mi f it ZS., .I W A T17 Y , A l, . . , .R 'T' 'Q Y v , Y 1 1 ' X .. it W" A 7' r V t N- kxxjxr E i" N O i 1 A ' . 'G is IFJ V ,-A X' L ' , ' f' 'v si wi 1 '- X F ff . .hm r ii F N N F 0 i .D s First row-ATWAY, AULT, BAKER, BALTZ, BURGESS, BUTLER, CHENAULT, CHOATE, COPD Second f0'ZU1CRAWFORD, DISHMAN, GEORGE, Gmus, C. GRACE, K. GRACE, GRAY, HOLLINGSWORTH Third row-I-IOLLOWAY, JONES, KOLB, MILLARD, PERRY, REGNIER, RILEY, ROGERS Bottom row-SHUMATE, SMITH, SNODC-RASS, SRIKES, STATAKIS, THROGMORTON, WALLS, WIRTHLIN, WORD Page 386 CIHUI ZETA CHI WALTER T. ATWAY CHARLES AULT MATIIIAS BALTZ ROY BURGESS RAY BAKER RUNYAN BUTLER ORAN CIIENAULT HOYT CIIOATE NOEL CORP JESSE DISIIMAN EDGAR EASLEY JACK GEORGE ARTHUR M. GIIIES CHARLES GRACE ICENT GRACE RALPH PERRY MEMBERS WILLIAM GRAY G. HOLLINGSWORTII OPIE I-IOLLOWAY GRANVILLE JONES JAMES KOLI3 ROY MILLARD WARREN RILEY CLYDE ROGERS JAMES SIIUMATE EUCLID SMITH WILLIAM SNODGRASS JAMES SPIKES HOWARD TIIROGMORTON JAMES M. WALLS MILTON VVIRTIILIN LEE YVORD Page 3 S 7 WMVNIY ,....... ' r"':'I"U' If'."'H2 , l'L1'- I N ffv 'f'N""I A! ,i,,,IW ef' SQUARE AND COMPASS !.iffffIQlfIIIQIf1.Qf.lQ.IfIffifffffIllIQQffIffflI1Iffff. IfIQl1'0'b Founded at Washington and Lee University, 1917 Arkansas Medical Square established, 1923 OFFICERS JAMES M. KOLB . . . . . . Presidenl L S. DUNAWAY . . . Vice-President O R. HOLLOWAY . . Recording Secretary GEORGE F. BLODGETT I . . Corresponding Secretary NOEL COPP .... .... T reasurer CLYDE RODGERS . . . . . Chaplain DOCTOR O. J. MCLAUGIILIN . Faculty Advisor MEMBERS T. DUEL BROWN GEORGE F. BLODGETT NOEL COPP L. S. DUNAWAY E. E. GAY L. B. HATCII O. R. HOLLOWAY GRANVILLE JONES H. P. KIMMERLY JAMES KOLB ROY I. MILLARD B. S. PORTER H. A. RANDS CLYDE RODGERS I. C. SUMNER H. A. WILSON Members in Faculty DR. GEORGE V. LEWIS DR. O. J. MCLAUGIILIN DR. FRANK VINSONHALER A ssooiale M embers . DR. R. E. WYERS DR. S. R. CRAWFORD DR. B. A. BENNETT C. EUGENE SMITH DR. W. J. APPLE, JR. Page 388 SQUARJE AND coivtmss ..... .M.., ,. ..,.... .....,..-......,..,.,.... ..... .....-..........,... .... ,...... .... ...,.. .... ..... .................. .,........,,..,................... . 4. new QUARE AND COMPASS, an intercollegiate fraternity of Master Masons, was founded at Vlfashington and Lee University in 1917 and now consists of Fifty-five active chapters. Arkansas Medical Square was founded in 1923, and since the Square has been an active factor in the activities of the Medical School. The Square brings together the faculty and students in a social way and much good has been derived from the meetings. The organization has had a very rapid growth, both locally and nationally. XVhen the local chapter was originally organized it had a charter membership of only ten. Due to the social feeling brought about by the meetings and the benefits derived from them, the chapter has developed into an organization of twenty-two members. tn ' Y 1' i at x an 9 e Q MQ ,. Q 1132? S i . if XX tlkx , if . . , .mi My xx 'I ' eiti M Top row-BLoDo1z'r'r, COPP, DUNAWAY, GAY, I-IARR1s, HATCH Middle row-Ho1.1.owAv, JONES, IQIMMERLY, Kota Bottom row-M11.LARn, PoR'rlsR, RANDS, SUMNER, VVILSON Page 389 U. OF A. MEDICAL DAMJES ...........-.L.... .......... -MW ..,. .. . .....,,..,..,.... ..,........,..........,..,,........... ....... :D O F F I C E RS MRS. WILLIAM A. SNODGRASS . . MRS. J. J. PEzzULO . . MRS. F. W. HARRIS . . MRS. CIIARLES E. OATES . . MEMBERS MRS. T. D. BRONVN MRS. MRS. LEE BRYANT MRS. MRS. MRS. T. W. MCDANIEL MRS. WILLIAM JONES MRS. GUS PAULI MRS. MRS. TDENVEY ADAY MRS. . . . President . . Vice-President . Secretary- Tvfeaswer . . . S ponsor CHARLES AULT H. A. WILSON L. B. HATCII F. W. HARRIS C. E. ETHRIDGE KENT GRACE MRS. W. B. DORIIANIJT MRS. FRANK STITT MRS. W. A. SNOIJGRASS, JR. MRS. E. E. GAY MRS. C. A. CIIURCIAIILL MRS. J. J. PEZZULO MRS. W. E. GRAY MRS. M. J. IQILBURY MRS. N. B. DANIEL MRS. GEORGE GALLAIAIER MRS. S. R. BAKER MRS. M. R. WIRTIILIN PROFESSORS' WIVES MRS. MILDREIJ G. DAY MRS. SIIILLIDAY MRS. CIIARLES E. OATES MRS. JOHNSON OF A. MEDICAL DAM ES were organized in 1915. It was disbanded in 1918 0 when the Junior and Senior years were discontinued. It was reorganized in 1925. The purpose of the Club is to promote friendship and Sociability among the wives of the students. The Club now has a membership of about thirty-five. I . ' w.. 4 r ' , L. I, xx:- ! ' . ff I1 1 L4 - n. J . I E. 4 L.- ..... ,. -A Top raw-BAKER, BROWN, CIIURCIIILL, DORBANIIT, GRACE, HARRIS Bottom row-JONES, MCDANIEI., PEZZULO, SNODGRASS, WILSON, WIRTIILIN Pu ge 390 A: X W- ' ' m ' ' J" ' -' ,W f - v -4- 44 it r og W allow 'lb ' df" L exfrkanfaf ba: not been bac!-'ward in v ber development of ber farm landf. W " Hundred: of acre: fwlzielz were once fvalueleu 1-wamp: lzafue been eonfvert- ed into prqftable farm: and rice e plantation: by mean: of drainage, f irrzgation, and other modern method: .. of improvement. bb ' W 'if """ 'W' ' L' fvrurvvwvxxfz, " "' 0 , L .. 431 , U1 9 ' a n Iii 9? .nw 1 A ill S ,1 4-234 gm? T351 PIT Ni 1 ,H rad! H 'MQ We, M' vs fe T? I. .fi Fit Yr- 1-" new , f.-11-141. in xazuyur-ms-rrs, -1.-,fanny 1 U . . 1 w ' V E HOG WMQLQW 11 l. l x 'm v 1xX N X' , I 1 I Walk- QJANYNXX IllmlllllllIIllIlluIIIIllII:mlmlmmmilgplllllllllllllllhlllllllllllm ll Il imlmuullllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILE Sguuunre QHHIIIZ N Wm 5 UNFORTUNATE E ,, oN1Es 'Q 5 ELL Beloved, here it 1s. Your E secret sins are written here in XXX ? handwriting which does not falter. E ' E Ifyou find them not-go and sin some E l f E more, and perhaps next year you, too, i I ,W E will be noticed. Chuckle not too soon, E ll I I E lest an ensuing page cause that l 'X lx E chuckle to rise and choke you. 2 E If your errors are overlooked, be E M l thankful that you are so unimportant. E 1 E If some of your stumblings are enu- E E merated, be grateful that not all of E 2 them have been discovered. If your E E feelings are outraged, we are sorryg E E and if they continue to be that way E E -well-as old Virgil was wont to re- E E mark: "Facilis descensus E E Averno!" E E -Hog Wallow. E 2 S 2 .il . 5 ?1nmunnnu 2 llllllllllllllllli Wllllluuun Illlllllll A 4 5 NQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ll ,nmlnlllllljw , ,I MllwlllllllIIlIlll!MllIIIlIIlllII 5?, Y , ...rf J cab, V' Vsefeil essw? l 4 el Page 391 I ?1'xu.x.n GZ! I QQ I I1 I I II I, If AI I I-I I. III II MII I I II, II III: I . III LIII II: I Mr III I4yf MII uf ,JI III, I Ig. YQ II Igf I I if Y. I I IH Nfl "YJ III WI' II I III I III' I E III U3 I'1'1I!UK "VII" : 2,,,, . , 'Tim R lTZ'07'1Jl7Ck '11 928' Gif' ,pl II 5? "1 .1 l I I . I 'KIT ,,.,., 'EIIIII W I X , 'W v Com! of the King Page 392 fran 'fwfr 1:-If I 1 111.1 f-I rw: I In 4mfw.f.,w I nw vrvuw-ff mvynruu-my unfxunxvxxxrrufnxivrmrcrfnxv11'rurnvuwrxx:uTrn1uuwrxvwzxix 'YY' WU' 'W 'V 'Vi' V" 7 'I 'TY' 'VY 'YYA Y 1" . 1 Y . Y 1 ,,YY f Q TY YI. ,. 4, k. 3,-. ya ,V , .1 ri. -13.75 kg 4 :Tx ti J 4 fm' .1Ui,f'i!lfJ!.'i if if f ,." l f xl! l ,H Q.. l . il 'i 1 31 I 1 Q l 3' J 1 fi 3 , 4 f .ii lil .f. ..,, fl. i.. l , I I xiii "t ik: -lf: 'Gif ii ig? ill lil 'if . E3 . J , E? ll : alll W3 l b is la l ll' rsv Q 4- -li ul, 1+ '1 Concn THE KAMPUS KHNG And so, with cheers, we assume that among the candidates filing for the position of Kampus King, or captain of the greatest H. A. team that ever dis- graced the Arkansas campus, we can find none better suited than Charles Van Sant, a member of "An old established Kampus firm." Of course, the Sigma Nus, Lambda Chis, Sig Alphs, Pi K. A.s, Theta Kappa Nus, Sigma Chis, and S. P. E.s are gullible enough to think that the contest was equal even though the "Boarders" had tried to pledge the entire student body. Those whose emblem is a starfishbeating a piece of watermelon will think that, in the still of midnight, behind the closed doors of the Razorback office, a sinister crew sat in a whispered session to proclaim this new dynasty the most deserving team in the history of Arkansas. However, now that the Line of Rue is definitely established, we join in the popular acclaim, "Long live the King!" And we will all kindly stand and drink a toast: To the lineage of the Kings of all H. A.s Where the Hortons and Carritths are known to stay, John Eldridge and Bill Arnold And some other true fops, What chance do 'we have against this crop? Page 393 we ' '-vrf' 'rw 'MW W i s f We've got the front of the book cheated to death- The space at the left was reserved for a crack about the Delta Beta Sorority. We have determined not to make a crack about the Delta Beta Sorority, because we feel that the Delta Beta Sorority has ceased to be a campus joke and has become a campus problem. INNOCENCE "My brother, I think you ought to know Of a married lady-that sure can go. She's swell, sweet, and not so huffy, A real lick, or I'm not your friend 'Duckyf 'Twas only last night, her charms I held, Tonight she's yours across yon dell: What say you about this creature? Her ways and charms I know you'll feature." "Julian is my name and this woman I'll Masterg I will talk divinely and love all the faster. This offer you have made me I will take' Tonight-quite right-by the golf-course gate." ONE LITTLE BOY STILL IN A FOG "Here I am-Don Julian-all neat and tidy, Ducky, she must have thought you said Friday. VVhat is that I hear?-A man l-A woman's scream! A shot by God !-I wish it were a dream. Her husband!-His wife!-Things are so hot, I'm running like hell but Ducky is shot. The tune of these bullets I'll never forget, All because of a woman I've never met." - Don Julian is racing, and time is forgot, While his brothers are laughing and he is not. Page 394 It is needless to ask if anyone may enter the T I V Chi Omega house at 2 a. m. for a week-end air. visit, but the dizzy fellow who asked if he l ' might Pi Phi before he crashed into the Wee li' A Wee house was not dumb. Nl as T555 ef av- . " . 24 I ' Q There was a young lady from "Mazoo", Who came down to good ole A. U. She had a late date and there met her fate, NOW Sheis 21 i- Who SHYS1 "The Navy -Illlfllillfllll-Illlllllllllllllll controls the Virgin Islands?" 'Ngo SIG GLF PLEDG-EST J Cigarettes are said to be killing Tony Carruth. WHAT, NOT A LAW STUDENT? I'm the guy that put the "1" in college. I go to college to enjoy life. Do I? -and how! I drink, I love, I shoot craps, I say everything I can think of. Of course, I never study. I have not all of my books. VVho cares about classes and dull lectures, anyway? I dance, I sit in lengthy bull sessions, or play poker all night and sleep during class hours. I must have a bigger party, a larger drunk, a new kind of gamble, a different form of amusement. No, I am not wasting my time. I am being educated in the approved manner. I may be wearing down what the preachers call moral restraint, but I am gaining a greater store of knowledge and things they'1l never know. I dream of a life of great service to the world, of becoming famous, and of making much money. I live joyfully on my dad's money now, however. I'm the biggest social asset in my fraternity. And boy, you should see me on the dance floor! That is, when I can stand up. I am a super-college man. But don't worry, I'm NOT a Law student. As advertised, below we picture the official spy system and the political machine of the University of Arkansas. VVe almost feel a tinge of regret that some day Ripley will no longer be our beloved Dean. RIPLEY Blzviu. RIPLEY BEVILL Rivuav Page 395 15,1 1 I lgfl ig, '.v ,il i l . l 'FE ' 1 I .gli ,2 Id lil ll 171 . 1 J.. 1 me i -' 1 'Z .,- ,L .: fn il Pl .li QT ,. sl' fl rl. .fun L,.. . P i l 5 ! .ef 4 ni w4f 'fi el no Ji 4 1 In ,,. ..., man,-L.. ili"zrv"v 'ff' -...W W.. ,A,3,f., ..fQ.-tif. Little Dessie Doyle was to move at five o'clock, according to the Sig Alphs, but the arrangements to take on waitresses from the Rainbow Cafe is too much Pig Meat. Sarah Cotter, in the role of Boudoir Queen, pleaded with Jimmie Cox to move his pullman date back an hour and call about four o'clock. A SING SONG SUNG You've heard of Jesse James and of great Shylock, too, And how some sorority gals can act at ole A. U., ' But here's a page of interest as yet remains untold, And that's the awesome story of a little, well-meaning dormitory soul. Taught to chew her gum but not to neck alone, She played a game to win and not to pull a bone. And many a heart was broken, aye, And many a night was spent While "Miss Popularity" maneuvered So many well-meaning gents. CHORUS And down from the mountains fate did bring An innocent lad to this ole hen, An extra pint on person, behind him four and twenty dead men. He fought for air, his honor, too, He lost the fight, and a ring for who? .1 If .' V .,.-si 1 ,rr :"1 in 'W J as i ,lull ,,, W J it-, ,- i i x f I itil!! fe at all are , C1 ' . ,... If A bfi .- RCooPi.f. CF Laws womcwo ow a cast:- Brothers cried, hours were spent, The ring was doomed, so hair was rent. To accomplish their objective before the morrow, The brothers schemed to prevent any sorrow. FINAL Cnokus "Miss Popularity" a brother did date, Not even dreaming or prepared for her fate. Their bus rolled out on a highway far, Then they heard the approach of another car. A command, "Stop that hack," was roared in their face, "Give us your money," and "Hold your place." "What, the heifer has a ring on hand- take it, too," Now drive on back to good ole A. U. So back to the mountains the brother went, The girl to the Dorm, with, the tale ol' devils sent. vlfvktk Between you and the gate-post, could you guess the gents who have the ring, as this tale kinda hints? ' Page 396 I' 1 u H.. . A., n..:,...,....,,,,,..,..,V, ..m..:.r.........fa.: . 'U' 1' 2: Em- Izrrwaf-:mm I- J ez 012.21 t'to.s'fasr'sfl2zr1ii ,flea 1 Hell-Week Committee ' 1 Repenting Committee BILL TRICE ' GEORGE STREEPEY FATTY CLARK JIMMIE Cox JIMMIE Cox FATTY CLARK GEORGE STREEPEY tv The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi CAM PUSOLOGY BILL TRICE Freshmen: pledges, brother pledges. Unheralded they had come to the campus, and unknown they remained, but both aspired, as all Freshmen do, to renown in the eyes of the University. Their aspirations were realized one dark February night when they did not paint the Hagpole red, and they did not even go to bed, because-. Before dusk the next afternoon everyone knew them: that is to say, even our dear Dean Giles Emmett Ripley knew them. Fame was theirs: yes, they were quite the raisins. However, woman must come in for her share of the glory, and several little sorority ladies began to regret such glory and joy ceased. A frat there was no more: a sorority lady was just a lady with a key for the whole city, but not one that would unlock the Kappa door. And now she is the sweetheart of some other guy. Page 3 97 fvvvvrvvrrw '."rrxv1-:un wrt- - -f- -vw we ...V 'i 'a it lsf Es fill' , . rf 2. at L. like if , "1 5.1 if I 1' C ,, il ?g l- ,, L f l V P 5. 3. Kenneth Dellinger and "Spizzard" Fogleman were just Freshmen among ,l. it l 1' Q. , . v t,. ,Vs 5 IJ X'- '-F 51 ' :V it li? 'i if K. li 5- cl ' ,:, lt Qs. ti 9' If: V. 2, 1. if r. Y. ii, fs ef' ,1ll1""" , QA Ill! 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OWU PETE on Nweuverl NKJMBEAL, Y If 1, K ,MW -of f kg L Q 0 Deg Y ai -2 Q QQ ,E 0 W fl., t ' N Wiwf - 5 ' H X 1 Q 1 3 Pg 399 Prof. Stoker: This exam will be conducted on the Honor System: please take seats three apart and in alternate rows. Best Man: Wasn't it annoying the way that baby cried all during the ceremony? Maid of Honor: It was dreadful. When I am married I shall have engraved on the invita- tions "no babies expected." ,fwmmwg 5' Q worm ov: c, A sam ar rrv TANIN i Al . I ilvl i M Wiliam!! . ali ' .ll A L C IN 5 ON! Dean Ripley Cto Physics classl: What is the oriin of slow motion? Sweet Pi Phi: A Sig Alph reaching for a pay-check at the Palace. SHARP AND POINTED "Wa-hoo! Wa-hoo! The world's all wrong. Let's change it. Something must be done. Get him! Get him! Get him!" Some people don't seem to realize that the days of "Speedy" are over. He played with me until I winced and now if I can continue my practice I must have him. I am at fault but here is the chance for love. If there is anything dear to your heart, love it, protect it, and encourage it so as not to lose it. Think this over, as it often occurs to all of us in our daily walks of life. In my life, "The Life of Sarah" Cof Tango Traveler famel, there shall never be another cop who can be the "speedy merchant of my soul." oUR owN QUEEN or HEI1JEl,BERo oUR owN QUEEN or HIEIDELBERG Page 400 A ., 4.,, x n h A A 1. iff' 1 - ff if -Q. ivl. .--i..... TQ'-u ' ' -j, fi X U K- f all f i-ff ! i + , . f - Lffillkf LA Q5 C Q -qw ,W Page 401 26 al N, TREES HAVE. THEIR SAPS. PROOF' THAT ALL WE WONDER ' 1. VVhy Christine Shankle uses so many mouth washes after a date with Jimmie Cox. 2. VVhy Bob Austin is so popular with the girls. What would happen to the R. O. T. C. if Major Dunn was promoted to a general? 4. Why Polly Rogers is called "Five of spades." 5. VVho owns the University of Arkansas, Ripley or Ripley. 6. VVhy Blanche Smith is called 'LButcher." 7. If the Theta Kappa Nu's will ever have a good boarding club. 8. Who thinks he is the most popular man in school, Tony Carruth or Tony Carruth. the 9. If George Streepy could ever tend to his own business. 10. If Professor Crow can ever look like a man. 11. If any of the girls were shocked by the Sigma Chi's actions. 12. How many bottles of beer "Heidelberg" Long can drink. 13. If Dean Ripley is really a T. N. E. Cat heartj. 14. If Virginia Coleman is one of the "Four hundred." If not, what about 'Four million P" A 15. Why Alice Hitchcock reads, "What a Young Girl Should Know?" 16. If the University Band will ever get their uniforms. DO YOU VVONDER? Pm 402 BOOZE WHO AT A. U. Tooic fiA'l'lllNGS HSOTM SAm.1aR Blu, TRICIQ GENE VVARRIEN DICK lVlll.LlER MARY l:RAN l'lARlJlNG K1'r'rnN DICMBV JIMMV CORIJRY SOCIETY NEVVS ITEMS Vaulx Hutton and "wife," Jimmie Reaves and "wife," have returned to school alter a very pleasant week-end spent in Fort Smith. While there they stayed at the Hotel Baltimore. lt is rumored that Alston Woodley returned the little atomizer that some "rat" forgot to pay lor. Boozey Cobb came down from Northwestern to ta 'e r Wlell? . XVe wonder if Billie Leurs and Earnest Fontaine could give us any advice as to who Miss VValker is, seen somewhere between the Sig Alph house and an ord some certain Saturday morning about the hour of lx A kansas by storm. apartment on Mount N four-thirt Jimmie Harris Cwho has not reeovere r y. cl f om his fallj should seek his level at the Delta Beta house. It is understood that the junior Home Ees. tried to run Agri. Day this year. This is justifiable in order that they may run things next year. The only rings that he gave her were the rings beneath her eyes. Pugu 40,3 Hgvg g Ygil. Y ww wwf M24 - l if HOMIECOMIING The road to Tonti town and Heidel- berg was closed. Dean Ripley had decreed that this Homecoming would be a dry one. 'l'hat's as it would be. As was- Oh well, if a drink taken with a boy from the class of '07 will aid in keeping up the congenial spirit of good fellow- ship- XVho knows the result? But who will say they are wrong, these old-timers? They are the ones who will con- tribute to the building of that sta- dium, that law building, and they are the ones who pay the taxes that keep our school going. They have the "Tha l'l'U.V07l 'why I lrfl sclmolf' by Cyan 1871070 as many of fllrm as I dal. Razorback spirit--these I-Iomecomers. May they have their fung may their tribe increase, for tomorrow will soon be today. Let the black cat ramble and the pussy cat do the best she can. Ffggggsvr , 9 wives-rife? msc' E KBYQA it .1 I K 0 R I 01:4 Rui Q l X K YQ., Goggiszl? o . 'T ff 95 T 0 H 0 Q if l' W r I fbi Z Al CL , f i Eu ' -2 .fi lf 455 - f . 'P' 2:1 kv-. i ' Zfyfvlv' Q9 '0fi5'f' f. i f3fN1lf5ivI. ,. . E be s f 5- f- 11351 C, 2 5 5 -3 ' D .' fL"1iif'f f eww' e i - , , f f il fl' W0lHlIlll ,I KQPPH SNC? PLEDCIINCJ '5F.RvaC.E. Tu-my 1 is ri-if-: ws-rom -ro ALWAWS THROUJ oi: FOUR. EXPLRNA EDT-I-QN3 50 THHT THE VICTIPT WILL BE. SURE 'FO C951-C N ON E i - I,K1gL'40i J X N agp? 'xx ,ff"'- rmizlr ,Q f x f 'I X 1- 5 ,A YJ ff' bn' tr? Nl qs ,3"f" - uh U NUf:JkJ'.J 2. - Y 5FBaT-hfmlff X. Rx!! 4 - COM Own WIIUIS Wlzob ah WLWJXPQADA 941' If 3 if x VW: e-fx? Pg 401 f ' f'5i'sf,rfEs I TI-IIE SWEETHEART OP ---- Every old frat has a sweetheart song, And mine is among the list, With my sweet mamma, the song seems wrong, Please write me a tune to this. She has late dates with an A. T. O., After she's told me to roam, An Alpha Lambda Tau takes her to a show, And a K. Afbrings her home. She wears a star for a Sigma Nu, And a heart for an S. P. E.g And a Phi Gam's diamond comes into view, When a Phi Gam's there to see. The line she shoots to a Zeta Psi, She got from an S. A. E., Then, if it works on a Sigma Chi, She tries it again on me. She loves to dance with a Beta, "His eyes-Oh I just could die," She adores a Phi Delta Theta, Until a Theta Kappa Nu comes by. She will cuddle and coo with a Lambda Chi, I She holds a Kappa Sig's hand, A dear Chi Phi falls for her, And she thinks he's simply grand. , imiig zff ,DVI 'W 1 5 . :Le I , - IP' NX R -'.f an "'i . " "'. if fi-gf, .XQ ,-,, .. 5.95. FRESHYTEN ofv WAY T0 3-on Every sweet frat man she has met, Now adorns her boudoir wall, And she hasn't found a frat man yet, WOl1,t do for his little "Fall." She rides at night with a Pi K. A. Down any dark road he'll choose, Though she swears she's true to me I've got the fraternity blues. Although I'm not sure which way is UD, ' Or where I fit in the whirl, I love her-so here's a cup, And I toast my Panhellenic girl. Bill-That skirt reminds me of a circus tent. Liz-Sure, it covers a lot. r l I L i I l 1 The Same Old End Famous sayings of famous Cmore or less famousj 1nen: "Oh winds, if Winter comes, can beer season be far behind?"-Jewell Prince. Page 407 u . ,ff-'i':'1.. ' fn' 4 v,,1,1HY,.,'-H im!-7, I I FIRST R EADER Lesson I i Who are these? These are Sweetie and Jelly. Who are Sweetie and jelly? Sweetie is from Marianna and jelly is the last drop from Hot Springs. Lesson II eva'- 'QQ VVhat is this? This is a car to Little Rock which Sweetie will ride. Is jelly in it? No, but he will he in a few minutes. Why will jelly he in the car in a few minutes? Because this is the last train to Little Rock and everyone else is gone-hut Sweetie. Lesson III N Who is this? This is the porter who showed Sweetie her section. Is it all her section? No, part of it is jelly's. VVho are the other people? No one but Theta Kappa Nus. Page 408 ..,...-.,. .4., . A --M, V, N ., A.. H ,pw sf. ',".fwA-'r leg, rl li C J I liiilalialz-M". lil ' -ii,.Zxi? L Lesson IV Uiows loterj fe, Q lf., - ' " us fs X.. -ww if 1 so y -if . ei -- L SCHOOL .- --V ,gli L" Q'DEhK'? - E , vs o A - - A s rc ' iii: ow: ,: .. wma 1+ GI - -1: TEHCME . ,ga 'ami-:S como ..: - --' . sz E - SLEEPWITH QW: ' El-EF? ' El" if 3 Tins Q :1 WI- oH-' 3t44j1'Y ""ii :IE 4:1 g zl c '1"4'fh"'? ' 21, - .--L - of fe iq' ilil - ':"'fQ 4 - f Eiga ' 1 " - Qi! QU, - :sa w Q off A " 2 4.-1'-di ,456 ' 0 Q Y - , G19 J ' g -0 TZ-' L 7. L 9' X X J -h :, f 5 . -,Ml i g Q 'Z L - obit-Z 1 ' J lx 1 -"' , -1--s -4 , " ' 5+--N i-- f sg ' e 5 '- J A ' -... v Y - i k.1.:r.'z.i.ALl' What is all that noise? It is Sweetie yelling. What is she saying? I clo not know. VVhy is she yelling? I do not know. Lesson VI i fig' i s a, 3:1 Rf..-r' " VVho is that funny man? No one. VVhy coulcln't that funny man sleep? I-le was awake and heard some one yell. VVas it the yelling we heard? Yes, the same yelling. There is no yelling now? No, we are in Little Rock. Lesson V1 I VVhere is Sweetie going? Home. VVhere is Jelly going? Home. VVhere are we going? Home. "Facilis descensus Averno!" Pngz' 409 ' r' 'sw' , xH Wfpfw 4 1 J.,.3" ,', ,. ., , ,X-,A .. I Page 410 .. ,vv-.7 11, L sv A '4 .QQ 'The Razorback M1 928' 5 l Z Z 5 l El l A i q 5 l 4 Eaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaag: f E . Q fa za- .F 5 5 fill ADVERTISEMENTS 53+ 4 gg gg . 1 E E Si 3 +3 SUPPORT 5,39 r 1 'PH Moral gi' Q 'fail Paris gi' Q ' 'Pali Financial gi' Q ig? All important, but the greatest of 5 K - hem all is financial. if 1 'Egg t gi' Q l 4 -58:5 Business men have put up the cold gag. r N -58:2 cash Cno hot checks acceptedb in order Egg. l Q -ggi that. the Razorback may be what it is. Q5 4 l -faq Their advertlsements are listed on the gg- I5 ip gg following pages. Read them and when QQ- 5 l p -pg you are prepared to buy, act according gg, Q .gg to their suggestions. gg. Q 585 -TI-us STAFF. gi' Q M,,,.,.,,.,....-.- .Y . I E ' 4 raaaaawwaawaaasa-swagger 3 H l i Q F 4 P 4 ga d Page 411 K ' f 'ii'ii'-iffi7f'i?'1li5i"3735iEf'v'Zf3U3i??"''32Wif4'f5?"'-W'"?f3e35',"fl2'i33'l?R?i"filiiifn''?5i75if2i?Tf5i'i3?'Q'3"5i'fr?3' Q1 COMPLIMENTING lhf Student Body of thc Year 1927-'28 arrington and Smith Co. Wfampuf Cloffzef' ' P. S. We'll have a store full of the newest a styles in smart clothes and apparel when you get back to the old "UW next September Thcsf old rflialalfs will bc' haw to great you- MSALTYW UBOB7' and HBEVO7' 8 KEENEST KOLEEJ KIKS That Ever Crushed cz Frat lfoure Door AND FOR ALL OCCASIONS . Dance, tennis or divorce. Slusli, sleet or sliineq SWICET, HOT AND HARDBOILICD lf shoes were railroad tickets, our store x ll .1 X X Y L pkq Hr il wwf- would be an excursion for all the faculty and Students. 5 ilallllil R M cmfsrfafsrorf ' 'lL A -'gps . hm Exclusive Show and Ilo,v1'w'y FOR dependability, accuracy and service, We ollerour store for your patronage. Trained men, large and ample stocks and right prices. We strive to keep ahead in our line. fr A Red Cross Drug Store 012 the Square 'TELEPHONE 489-490 FAYETTEVILLIE I 413 .,,, W, ,,,, L .M H S A J ,,.: , 7m ,unmrhtzfczh .?,?,.,. ,-was ROY W. WOOD '13 HUGII M. LAWSON '16 4 ' ggi ARKANSAS MEN SAY: "Nothing Else Wi!! Do" ,lfililif lf. - 1 - . '1..g'1fiiau1lU,5 , 'Wil' 2 '-' lm r y., my QNQXIBA ' APMQQ AUTHENTIC COLLEG IATE STYLE TIAIIS labcl is the college man's absolute guarantee of F961 style correctness and quality merchandise. X'-'Sf-3, ' I -:Qs ' Twenty years of service to U. of A. students qualifies us as TL' experts and leaders in the University apparel field for Fayette- g. l ville. There is a certain smart air about everything bought ' X X in thisl establishment, that exactly fits the college man's ideas , ' as wel as his purse. KX 12-. Some one has said: "A store is judged by the line it keeps." A h , I 0' 1? Q Loolc TIIESE OVER K XM 1 SOCIETY BRAND--LANGROCK-BRAEBURN GRIFFON CLOTHES 522.50 TO 555.00 DOBBS and STYLEPARK HATS 55 .oo T0 59.00 "RAZORBACK" SHOES ENRO SHIRTS S6.o0'ro 510.00 . 51.98 TO 54.00 "RAZORBACK" NECKWEAR 51.00 'ro S3 .00 1 o I k X! lf' ff' A .J m ! E I : EL li ll 1' 1 .l l all as-1 9, , ..z-,xl sr, +221 sy l Er il A x rg be H I. :Zi iz li ll ?"'i'Yj?l, 5? an .E W F. I3 Q. ki it 1' ll" il ilu 4? W' l. I ll ll CQ it H' ll! El! A fig if-2 Ill lf ig 1 ii.. s,., l 1 ri , il 6. NW ir' 3 ll 3 .51 N .E l i 1 L l if V -4 3 , 'mmf , LoNNi1: HALL '26 1 I l i lil? r1Ce ot mg o - O Campbell and Be!! Men'5 Store Y Page414 "'Y',Y""""f7"Y!T "" '!K'"lilf"'.f'I'Yl?'1XI!.1fL'L"LT!K'!'l7.l1!l'l"i'l.XRIN "'lx'4Yr,,..7A' '4l"'!YlK'5h'i75,rl?lZlxT'lllV.l'l,i'7l1J1ullAl,ulG- ,rr 'ref' "rm" sw' vw- -wwf aw' wuz" vt f -Q'-if N V' 'wr "rw" 'sf-tr' 'W Fayetteville Theatres OZARK PALACE ENTERTAINMENT DE LUXE-ALWAYS VVM. F. SONNEMAN, .Manager Ark. AMUSEMENT ENT., Inc. STATE THEATRES, Inc M. A. LIGHTMAN, President THE STATE- THE UNIVERSITY- TIIEIR DEVELOPMENT FIRST Operating Theatres in EL DORADO A CAMDEN HOPE STUTTGART NEWPO1lT SMACKIAIOVER JONESBORO CONWAY TVIORRILTON LITTLE ROCK BENTONVII LE 4 32 51? 5HivIh Sviuhiu ioorfraif and Qfjandscape PHOTOGRAPHY Q Eii 35 'Huem Stem nxt ICRAPT Bulm' Acknowledged Leadership HERE is one big reason why THE HUGH STEPHENS PRESS is Americas acknowl- edged leader in fine college annual production: The printing and binding of a Kra t Built School Annual is the wor of one able organization, under one roof. Typography, Presswork, Binding and Cover Making- the respon- sibility of one group of experi- enced workmen. This answers questions as to 'the Why of the Qual i ly and the How of the Phenomenal Service. Printing, Binding and Cover of this Annual by THE HUGH STEPHENS PRESS "Kraft Built" School Annuals JEFFERSON CITY, lVllSSOURI -., ...M- .-..,-. "-. ' ' I .Q -.. --an ..- fx V0 Q 'Dfw i .,:.:wux14.u:-:aa-rs-vs -'emi--fn mv-fLaw-5,zri-4rw,-:.i,.,,e. v...,,, , 4 :FV-K. ' - 1. ,si ,.,,wgi:rf.lq:J 'weve f., ,.kv,,q-M uperw-vq, -'rf 'Plmngmpb Cammy 1927 'Royal 'Purple fauna-W 1 W Porrmif Photography HUGH SUWDER I"AY12'1"1'12v11.I,E, ARK. TJA0f0g7'clpA.s' ,QW Fore-vez W W ,jM'5I 9 Xxx' 2 0 :: I 3 Mm W BOSTON STORE D. G. CO. Fayetteville, Ark. Ft. Smith, Ark. Q!! 2 5 935 Ui 'Q Xlllkfggglfll mi t: e Better an Serviee t efzelereel T E Szheere Yletermzkzezteofz to T!6dJ'6 Confidence and good will . solicited only on a basis - - of merit W extern .f4rleemsas' Greater 4 Department Stores llllllll lllll 'Ili- Pg 418 NATIONAL FIRST SAVINGS. BANK FAYETTEVIIQLE, ARK. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS S22 5 ,ooo.oo ART T. LEWIS . . . Prfsidmzzf A. E. COLLIER . Vice-Pffsidfm F. P. EARLE . . Vice-President J. E. DOWEIIL . Vice-Presiclcnt K. C. IQEY . . . Cashier CARL A. SMITH . Asst. Cashier THE strength of this bank may be indicated by its Statement of con- dition, but it is also measured by the extent and quality of services it is pre- pared to render. Avail yourself of these services by placing an account with this strong, well-equipped institution. it? Arkansas National Bank CTAPITAI., SURPLUS, AND PROFITS 5220,000.00 I 4l1 LAU DRV Fayetteville Drug Co. l'1AsT Smit SQUMUL STATIONERY-CANDYACIGARS Sudeuts-Visit our fountain 011 the way to the movies Hlfozr pin Ihr girlefffr flI7'7l1..Yll ilu' rigam' and c'amly,' PHON is Szo GUISINGER'S MUSIC HOUSE Ou fha Square at Fayelleziille for 23 Yearx New Loeix'r1oN, SOUTHEAST CORNER P1ioNi: IIS VVe handle many of the leading high-grade pianos, grands, players, and upriglits. W'e can furnish your home with music, regardless of location. NVrite us for your musical wants. VVe also handle Vietrolas, Edi- sons, Radios, late records, and all kinds of musical supplies. OUR TIERMS AND PRICES Wil'LIJ PLEASE YGU Pugu 4 0 I wi ' V JC 5 'Q iw f.'fz.'nrw. 1 si I I . I I l I. if hi 5? A is ,I .1 .I .S v1 Il 'I S Ii 54 , I4 I. 1,1 4: I I 1.1 J li 3 Yi .I I nl H V U! 'r Ii! Cl If -4 I ,si va 1, Li .I ,. 3: M- r EI II sw 'iii I I T. E I ,IZQ K 5 ,f1 L F I I In-Y r I K..- HERMA ' WOMEN'S SMART WEARING APPAREL Exclusive, But N015 Expensive FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. PHONE 227 WE DELIVER Q v...v it f 14 lN45 i3a I. U. Gi ' v .aizfiaf 'ff QQ I 'GW' ,I-ff,,-ge: W9 15 'Rio u.5gZQjQfu::g57f' , A .fiiIlIPlPIElR 53 I ,J lB'Ox Q W ma- . 1 . . " 'Mali' 1 I-Ie: "Did those hose I gave you for f-Zfilfiufltlgzlj C0m9 UP to Your EXQUISITE SIIOES AND HOSIERY tc t . , . . . Cxgiizii 12255117 Jack! I think you 1lzeO1zlyExcl11fweLad1e.r Footwear are horrid." Shop in Fayeftezfille BROWNIE MURPIIY ROY PHONE 331 BULLET BILLIE WIIITSI1' U. of A. BARBER SHOP The Schular Town Real Barbers 6 POPULAR FOR GOOD WORK Fraternity Crest-Pins-Rings IDIAMONDS IN UP-To-TIIE-MINUTE NIOUNTINGS Sec our beautiful line of the famous GRUEN and BULOVIA WRIST and STRAP WATCHES Moderate Price: Watches Repaired, Jewelry Repairing, Diamond Setting Engraving SI LVERMAN'S, Jewelers Two STORES NORTII SIDE SQUARE WEST DIXON STREET Page 421 n.pr:,w.f,.,.,-,.,,,.,,vi-V,-I,...H 4. -i,.VI,vnv"' ' i - I .If P'w'av" 'wir' x I 'rv ev' 'ii Tv' if I , 1. CITIZENS BANK I 414 W. DIXON CONSERVATIVE-PROGRESSIVE Convenient to U niversity Folie F. N. GIKAY ....... President I-I. E. EASON Vice-President JOHN CLARK . Cashier CITIZENS LAUNDRY ana' DRY CLEANING FOR FIRST CLASS SERVICE GIVE Us A TRIAL PHONE 557 MODERN EUROPEAN COFFEE SHOP MOUNTAIN INN Fayetteoillfs Newest and Most .Modern Hotel BANQUETS GIVEN SPECIAL DINING ROOM ATTENTION f'Say It Ufztli Flowers" FLOWERS For All Occasions ADAM'S FLOWER SHOP . ROY A. ADAMS, Manager V PHONE 320 1g4ZZ , . 4. wAsHmeron SPOR1 ING CU I m Cgga1EY HARDWARE 'f JK 6VB.n.5!.W ' ' RADIO Washington County Hardware CO. I'IALl-'WAY BETWEEN TIIIE SQUARE AND COURTHOUSE 'cWaZk a Block and Saw' a Dollar' OZARK FILLING STATION SINCLAIR GAS, OILS, GREASIEIS Free Delfivwy FIRESTONIL TIRES AND VULCANIZING IOI N. QWOLLEGE PHONE 772 LET "POW-WOW" Make Your Razorback Piclarc Cowen Grocery STAPLE me FANCY Fayetteville Coal Co. Buy Here With Confidence QUALITY COALS AND WOOD GROCERIES FRATERNITY HOUSE FUEL We Meet You 011 the QW Spgciagiy SQUARE LAWRENCE WRIGIIT, Mgr. PHONE 64 PI-IONE 80 FAYETTEVILLE PRINTING CO. The Home ofthe ARKANSAS TRAVELER and ARKANSAS ENGINEER We Do All Kinds Of Job Printing Everything for the Office M. M. MCROY, Manager I7 E. CENTER STREET PHONE I3I Ozark Art and Gift Shop 27 N. BLOCK STREET H A R T ' S BARBER SHOP ARKANSAS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Student Patronage A ' z d KODAK FINISHING Mmycm 6 PICTURE FRAMING E. E. HART R. A. CIIILES Try Ki: "DO you college I boys waste yi Q much time?" " If ' i n S X ! on your way to and Yi! UNO, Q5 , Q29 most girls are R ,I 0' " ffgm tgwn rCaSOIIalJlC.,' 8 .1.5 . M Page 424 I fi? . , ,. f 'I M O O RES for G I FT S-N OV ,E Ifl 'I IC S PICTURE I"RA1x11NG GR131z'1'1NG AND PERSONAL CARDS PATRONIZE Big 4 Barber Shop FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDI Nc: Onfy Union Shop in .Big Town. Lewis Brothers Co. TIQNNI S GOLF and all SPORTING GOODS "life Apprcciatf Yom' 311.vi11 asf' Abshier-Bryan FORD SALISS AND SERVICE The Economy Grocery "Thr llomf of Good Eats" PHONE S6-S7 32 li. CENTER STREET Security Motor Co. NASH CARS FAY 1flTTl'1VI LL IQ AR KA N SAS Fuller's Market BEST MEAT AND SIQRVICIC P11oN12s 73-74 S IC. C15N'rER S'rR1zE'1 Glo-Co: "Vou'r some wan' bully, l'll say!" D I H tl t? coco: " -ow's in " Glo-C' S li nn zlppvnl L ms." Pg-12 HEY! BUDDY- DOn't forget tO do yOur shopping W i t h these firms that advertise in the RAZO1lI3ACK every year. TQRADE Wl1'II MCADAMS DRUG cmd 'BOOK STORE EAST Simi O1-' SQUARE "Thr Founder of Schafer Town" OUR SPEC1AL'rl'Y- MEN7S CORRECT DRESS The MEN'S SHOP "Quality Withozzt Exl1'avagancc"' MCGILUS DRUG STORE Hlfs a Pleasure lo Serve You" WE DELIVER PHONE 67 22 EAST CENTER STREET FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. HAL E. CRAVENS WILEY P. MCNAIIK F. S. RAEDELS CRAVENS Sc COMPANY P ESTABLISI-1ED ISQO Oldest and S iron gmt INSURANCE AGENCY I7 E. CENTER STREET FAYET rLv1LLE, ARK. Pg 42 BAKED FOR THIS WOIKLD-FARIOUS REGION SHIPLEY BAKING CO. I-IOLSUM BREAD and HOLSUM CAKES "Made Ifffith a Motlzer's Care" COX'S MARKET For BETTER NIEATS PIIONE 66 Patterson-Blair Stationers EAST SIDE OI' SQUARE FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. ARCI-IITECT, ART, OFFICE, and SCHOOL SUPLIES Mail Orders :I Specialty Razorback Rooznx TROYAL STANDARD AND PORTABLE rEYPEWRITERS ITYPEWRITISRS FOR IQENT TYPEWRITERS REPAIRED Price Walker Clothing CO FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. TWO-PANTS SUITS 3525 330 S35 340 HIGI-I GRADE CI.OTIlING AND FURNISIIINGS AT POPULAR PRICES Pg 427 fn3"'25J 'Tl 11+ R UZOVIMCR f-19 2 6' 6jTlui3TiT'l7Zf PALACE DRUG STORE W. G. OWENBY AND SON Proprietors Tfze Bef! Iirrofzezrz Drug Sfare z'rr Qffrkansas OUR SPECIALTIES WHITING'S AND MONTAG'S FINE STATIONERY, MISS SAYLOR'S UN- USUAL CANDIES, SHEAFFER'S ' FOUNTAIN PENS, KARESS AND FIANCEE TOILET ARTICLES, EAST- MAN KODAKS AND SUPPLIES exY'zrffz0rz'zea' U77Z'7J6VIZ.Zfj1 Drug Stare OUR FOUNTAIN IS CLEANEST OUR SERVICE IS BEST MEET ME AT THE PALACE A P 8 age 42 ' Y'HXl'IYYfYTYYTTYl'TT1XfYYIZ1T!l'l'X1lIfIlXY11ll11XKIlKY'KKlJ KLITITKILITIXIXIIITXXIIYXXZTIIIIYYIXTIIIXIIXIITYYTIIXTUTTIIXIIIIITTIIIIDI l I 7 ' iwll. "fY'Tff"T'f , 'I Y ll.. ..'. :TYf,.,QQYT"' Y 'Y Y YI, ,.,L,!...l..,. . Jbfczje ff! 0 Cafe Sc11U1.12u TOWN I A I" T LI R T H 111 D A N C10-H ON SUNDAY IYIVICNINGSA .7lln'z' TYOIH'1'il'1iL"llCX.S' in ilu' Towvfx Zlfloxl N iffy Cdr N rf cn. N' i J Cf mv?- . .1 :Q 'J iv . A- fr, dr i V-,figf l fi., . W9 Jbfanlzczffan Cafe SCHUL1-314 TOWN A lunch after the show with your friends at this cafe marks the climax of a perfect evening 1,4422 1---gl TONY'S "Where Good Fellows Get Together" PATRONIZE THOSE ' fm X WHO PATRONIZE 1y'X THE 1928 S W RAZORBACKH Nw 'Q H , f '1 .x.-, K Wm.. ,, qv- mf 'fff .1145 V ' f 57 4 I 43 0 Fayetteville Ice Co., Inc. .7VlanfufaeturerJ bf FULBRIGI-IT'S ICE CREAM and "CRYSTAL ICEM Boltlery of MM AND OTIIER CAR1soNA'1'15D BEVERAGES Special Atlention Given to Student Parliex NEW PLANT-HAL1-' BLOCK NORTII OF Houcns CAM: WE DELIVER PHONE 572 THE FASHION SHOP Cleaners and T azlors WE CALL P11oN1s 844 402 W. IJIXON GUY W. PINKERTON, Jllemagev' Pg 421 ,T I L I OR QUICK VISAXI SERVICE AND COURTEOUS 'lSREA'l'MlENT Ca!! YELLOW CAB liAsT SIDE SQUARE AND DICKSON STREET SERVICE PIIONE 40 '.l'lIe same quick service that you enjoy when you Call one of our Cabs is also to be found in our transfer business. Ca!! The Yellow Cab Compan Vllllli NEXT 'FINE You rl1RANSFER YOUR '.l.lRUNK PHONE 40 ' 1,-f Hli student who wants to make every dollar buy the most clothes will be wise to do some thinking. VVe cater to Uni- versity students by showing at all times the lat- est and newest in men's cloth- ing, shoes and furnishings. UQuaZiZy First is Our Motto" Sim m 0 n S Bros. SERVICE STATION FOR COLLEGE MEN 410 DIXON STREET Page -U2 l Everything the StudentNeeds THEME TABLETS and EXAMINATION BLANKS, OFFICIAL DRAWING INSTRUMENTS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, SUPPLIES, TENNIS, BASEBALL, GOLF, and TRACK, GIRLS' GYIxINAsIUIvI OUT- FITS, and SPORTING GOODS . SG Prompt Attention to. All Mail Orders University Of Arkansas BOOK STORE "On the Campus" Fayetteville's Best Restaurant For individual Service Or for party dinners, the ap- pointments here are ideal. Two Private Banquet Rooms BREAKFAST-LUNCHEON DINNER CAMPUS CAFETERIA Hon In campus, I g 433 28 STAR GROCERY CITY BAKERY FANCY GROCERIES BUTT ERNUT ERUITS A N D BREAD VEGETABLES Good Things to Eat 316 W. DIXON PHONE 184-185 WEST DIXON PHONE S2 The Ozark Grocery Bates Brothers Company Wholejale FOUR STORES Grocers IN ONE FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. SILOAM SPRINGS, ARK. TAHLEQUA11, OKLA. The Convenient Store for University Folk WINCHESTER CASH IVIARKET We Deliver the Goods Two PHONES, 132-133 401 W. DIXON FAYETTEVILLE ARKANSAS IT PAYS TO LOOK WELL Let Us Do Your Work Our barbers are experts in giving a young man's face the right treatment to clear the complexion, invigorate the skin, and improve the appearance. Ozark Barber Shop A Good Place to Trade HODGES CAFE BIG TOWN and DIXON STREET WE DELIVER Where the Razorbacks Gather Marshall Grocery We Strive to Please PHONE 483-488 Corner Of Spring and School Streets SERVICE SATISFACTION P 434 , Y . V I, . K . W I . A . , - . I . A . . '.1.,r-I , RAZORBACK SUPPORTERS IN FORT SMITH WHY NOT? WARD'S ICE CREAM "Il'5 a Food-Not cz Fad" Ward's Ice Cream Company FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS THE IVIOTORIST7S DEPARTMENT STORE Everything for Your Car Yantis-Harper Company CORNER TWELFTII AND GARRISON AVE. FORT SMITH ARKANSAS COURTESY OF THE COLDMAN HOTEL Fort Smitlfs Leading Howl GARAGE AND FREE PARKING JOHN A. ENGLAND, Ma1zager 5 , N' 1.1 -MTL . 3 ,,, V , i ,I Q ' I 8lll"' mi' , Q 'L-so-'ri"r' ' lilll I 'f' l l l3'I l AH JHIm:.fl',I,'!AgIl ro irufuornvnwoco XX YOUR STORY C2 , ,Ii "'-II' 'g.',lfI 'll :pei f ri IN PICTURE . 'I I 5 .-ui I I I l .,g1 LEAVES Notmuo p I I I! V ' mm V' UNTOLD ' ' I' :Til , Sl I , ,lx 'I xg 'gli' l .E M Ia- gp ' .,g,f' Mil- .-g+?II' Iigitr--' Q X ' Polar SMITH I, EPgf?AVl NG .An Arkansas enterprise, lxeacled by l' C M PANY J. S.Parks, and comprising a personnel I1 of experienced artists, engravers and , advertising experts. l An organization qualified to successfully I produce and supervise all forms of advertising I lj and illustrative xvork: from tlxe basic , I' researciuplans and sketches to tlxe selection , of' publications or the completed, printed , . X Job. xl Completely occupying tlxe building I . illustrated, this plant lias facilities for u I artistic production of printing plates of every I, lil kind customarily used in printing and ' .I' advertising fields. I I' Inquiries solicited pertaining to sclxool annuals, 'I I. illustrated scenic and industrial publications and I - I. t l . . li Ca a owes Fort Smitlx Engraving Co. ' gg M9Leoc1 Art Studio ll li I I ,f V s -' f' 5.1, - fi!!!-, -....:: p - ' 1 i3lxone 86Obi r i- it T Us i i , rf. Page 436 LEADING CAFE or 'rl-IE C1'rY OPEN DAY AND NIGIIT Uflzcn in Fort Smith, Ca!! IIAYES CAFE 605 GAIKRISON AVENUE DIAL 8600 FORT SMITH, ARK. ALL IDELICACIES IN SEASON i II t I I t tl nk that your I Ll ' L I' 1' :L L Q "IF YOU LIKE ME, CALL ME PAULN " 1 on' y rlllvr il IMI . Pard Isaacson Miss: "Hmv's that? Ilit. "IIc1usL U "PauZ',v TR U WOR TH tl'cwhcrinLhc C'l0thL'.S' QTL' Cw0UL'gi6lfL',, ern, und she L't swim al Y I I 1-'om' SMIT1-1 ARKANSAS 1872-1928 TTIE FIRST NATIONAL BANK C1A1AR'rE11 NUNIBEIK, 1950 FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS THE OLDEST NATIONAL BANK IN T STATE ' Page -U7 'iT?Ie Rrr707'iJfIC.71-111,913 '- I j,-ti?iE25"r fi .m il' hifi J I I It Mg O U ijt W ard F urniture Manufacturing Company IW fir! BED ROOM AND DINING ROOM FURNITURE if. FORT SMITII ARKANSAS tif It 195.1 ' T1mes Record TILL , Southwest American I Two Goon NEWSPAPERS ALWAYS PROMOTING TI-IE U. OF A. We arc Featuring Quality and HL, REMENIBER Jin ...Ji .KH I M I I li Sanitation at Our Fountain Agentxfor C a 1 VC 1't.- M C B fl d C If:LMER,S and MISS SAYLOR,S 7:3 Printing Company CALIFORNIA CANDY GODT BROS. DRUG CO. WIIEN BUYING "Three Brother: With But One Aff PRINTING Thought-SER VICE" Uh 723 GARRISON AVE. FT. SMITH Modernly Equipped V ijt Prompt Service ji Reasonable Prices +I H? Jewelry Co. DIAL 6014 i Ir' I i , 1 20-22 N. EIG1-ITH STREET FOUNDED 1878 I1 FORT SMITH ARKANSAS FORT SMITH ARKANSAS It Lqgi I li 1f"rv1fv':-vf--rvnff -from-ffm: 1-:fi-1 .fun -.vi 1M-rv-1--W-.W---.v-www1-vvz-'-IrrI'Irnvrv:n'rv.rnrvI1fvmr1r'fvryvnuvwIfrfvu1"n'.Ix':1nv1r11 . 'YV' ""i"Y" 'K Y 'I 'W' , 'YY 'WT' 'FT 'VY 'Y T" TY' 'I'T'Y'i if T' 'TY' 'YT' 'TTU 'YT 'Y 'f ALL.. A Q I ,,,,,.:,,., W, g , M I Y-I,.. if H rf.iif7',..,I..:-lftrfV.. M' I fi lm' fHI!t?.71?!,h I Aff? if N . ' .-.r-1'f2-ffm-mf.-m-- RAZORBACK BOOSTERS IN EL DORADO El Dorado Plumbing and Heating Company "Service That Servesi' EL DORADO AND LITTLE RocK, ARK. . An Arkansas institution that contributes directly to the "Industrial Progress of Arkansasi' Liiilr Rock fzlrlcj High School ENTIRE HEATING AND VENTILATION SYSTEM IN LITTLE ROCK HIGIAI SCIIOOL A FEW OTIIER NOTABLE ACIIIEVEMENTS1 Fayetteville, Ark.-Engineering and Agricultural Buildings Baton Rouge, La.-Twelve-Story Hotel Heidelberg El Dorado, Ark.-El Dorado High School, Garret Hotel, Randolph Hotel, First National Bank Building, Eight- Story Exchange Bank and Trust Company Building Crystal Springs, Miss.-High School Coushatta, La.-High School Scott, Ark.-High School Warren, Ark.-Bank Building R. K. LANDRETH FRANK HODGES Page 430 M vt ' my . 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MANNING, Managfr LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS Pg 440 UNIVERSITY SUPPORTERS IN LITTLE ROCK Let Us GIVC You PFICCS On Your Fratermtv and Club PIHS rII1I'I cum glvo vou prompL SCFVICC on your fratcrxllty P1118 And lf you XVISII 1 pm dLSlj,I1LLI for your club our LXPCFICIICLCI LDLFIVLFS cm LILSILII md m1l L them for vou Ou: Catalog 0 Rmgv I 1115, Medals 'Ilns old Ilfgl, Jewelry house offers you 1 5,1111 vxrmty of bmuuful IULLIIIS Iovmg, cups, IYOPIHCN for suhool ICUVIULS lomull S11 lfzrff CHAS S STIFFT CO 1 11111 Rouq ARKANSAS , 1 ' x n yi y x 1 mx-'y z ac" ' 1 . ,. if ' J' A I II ll, T, I , and I rophzes Sent F1-ee K. , 2 ,. . . , . Z z"f 'z " 'z., 'Y J' ' A .7 I C I l J .35 . , . . H A R R I S Photografer P11oNE 4-o6oo 716 MAIN ST1u313T IJITTLE RocK, ARKANSAS SPECIAL RATES TO STUDENTS IA! 1: 441 A STRONG ESTABLISHMENT OF PRIVATE BUSINESS IS ESSENTIALLY ARKANSAS' GREATEST PUBLIC NEED "Who will build Arkansas zf her own people do not?" . 33 INSURANCE COMPANIES HO LIFE 1- FIRE 1- ACCIDENT Little Rock Arkansas A. B. Banks 8cCo. Managers 1,4442 4. 4 .- . ff- 4 ,-g-mv '--- - . Uv ' v , .--eo 'The Rnzorback 41928 1: z A - - 5 . . i CLASS DIRECTORY ' 5 I 2 3 I 1 s1--- l 3 S . S ' o E E 6 Ill ll ll' S E 1 Pane Page 5 2 Ainswortl1, E. Merrill. Geren, Genevieve. . . . . 51 Mock, Mary ............. . 48 : Alexander, Lyle ...... Gettle, Marvin .... . . 56 Morrison, Roma Lucille.. . . . 44 1 Anderson, Philip ..... Gooch, Wm. P.. . . . 48 l g Annen, Ardeth .... Good, C. W .... . . 57 Neely, James .......... . Sl Q 3 Atkinson. John .... : 1 Austin, Robert. . . Haizlip, Ralph ..... . . 52 Oakley, Garland .... . 49 2 2 Hale, Edna Kate.. . . . . 50 O'Keeffe, Hugh .... . . 50 Q 1 games, 103111111521 ..... ganu1ric,gencl .... .. P k R d H 46 ' s arrett, e ia ay.. . a11 ins. ort 1y .... .. ee ', ay e .... . . E Bartley, Vel111a ...... Hanley, Ray ...... . . 46 Periman, Bess. . . . 52 5 0 Beauchamp, Charles.. Harris, Walter. .... . . 51 Phillips, Clyde... . 54 g E gell,lGiasti1n ......... gawli, Dwg-ght.C. . . . . Eittxllanmzrergle .... . . 43 : evi . es ie ......... aw ins, eo. ' .... .. . orter, re . . . . . 4 1 E Blackburn, Oatl1er. . . Head, Leroy. ....... . . 48 Posey, Wilson. . . . . 46 . 1 5 Blzrcksliije, Erline .... Hensley, Turner.. . . . . Puryear, Robert. . . . . 48 I . t, am ....... erring. '1ristin- .... . .. ,5 A Q Bifiuliiiriieldi Vshliain. . . Hill. Mrs. James li .... . . 53 Pye, R. L ....... . 56 S g lgucklaf1a1MKatl1ryn. . 43 gill. W. ABI .... .... . . R D k 48 ' ' ue , zr' ...... inso11, ary 1 .... .. . ay, ic '. ........ .. . 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Q.. . . 45 Hyatt, Margaret .... . . 43 Smith. Prank .-.- - - 56 I N Coon, Eva ....... 54 Spears, Rowena .... .. . 48 , Cosby, Jasper ..... 44 Ingels. N. B ..... . . 57 Spitzherg, Theo. T. . . . 57 ' ' Cowger, James ...,. 57 States, John ........ . 53 I . Coxsey, W. L. ....... 55 Johnson, Ann T... . .. 53 Steele, Harold ...... . . 57 ' Crutcher, Frances .... 54 Jones, Marjorie ..... . . 45 Stevenson, Eugene. . . . 53 : Cummings, Dorthy.. . 51 K P I S6 Stokes, lgugeng ..... . 'ays, au ............. . . . toug 1. era . . . . . Z Dalton, Lewis ....... 54 Keith, Angie Marlrze ..... . . 45 Sullivan, Roy .... . . 56 l g DeWitt, Chas. li ..... 57 Keller, Marguerite .... . . 52 S11lliva11, Ruth .... . 50 1 gonlatl1g1,JeFf. .... 53 I I V 44 Sullivant, A. R, . . . 53 ' ra e, oris ........ 48 .CSC ler, era. ..... . . - 1 Du Bose. Mary Sue. . 49 Taylor, Euell ....... . 46 5 McArthur, C. B. . .. .. 54 Terhune, R. S ....... . 57 Q Edmiston, Theo. . . 43 Mcliride, Noble .... . . 53 Tomlinson, Hortense. . . . 45 1 , Ellis, Alma ....... 48 Minnie. . . . . Tuohey, Rosemary.. . . 43 ' c 1 . . .. ..... . . 1 Finger, Hubert ....... . 51 McNutt, John ..... . . 57 Wagner, Mildred .... . . 44 ' ' Fi11ger, Louise "Kitty" 44 Mann, W, H ....... .. 56 Wall, Addison .... ... 57 " ' Finley, Walter .......... . 53 Marshall, Mattalou. . . . . 51 West. Harlan .... . . . 47 ' Fitzjarrell, Ruth ..... 43 Maxwellli H. E. ....... . . wl1itikcriJ.IM. . . . . . 45, E ayo, argaret .... . . iitcom J, rene.. .. ... 4 ' Cann, Eulus. ...... . 52 Mays, R11by ....... . . 47 White, J. P. ...... .. . 55 1' - garrison, Glenn.. .. . Merrick, Rana. .. .. wigs, Lingax. . . . ... ' attis, ay ...... . i Jurn, ic mr ... .. .. i iams. . '. . . .. ' ' Cientry, Lcffel .... . 55 Milwee, Minor. .... . . 51 Worley, Grace .... . . . 52 , . . . . 5 1 7 UL JUL ll 0 ll' S 1 I . 1 ' Abboud, T. H .... . 68 Bowman, Robert A. ......... . . 77 Collier, Frances ..... . . . 70 ' ' ll 5 Agams, gait. . . . grabef, Ig ....... ' . . 2,illI151Cll,JW. H .... . . . 1 - ams, . . ..... . ranc 1. . ....... .. . 'or ry, i111.... , , Agnew, Maude. .... . 71 Brewer, J. D ......... . . 74 Cory. Pauline .... . . . 68 A Allen, Annabell .... . 73 Brodie, Margaret ....... . . 67 Cotten, C. F, .... . . 72 . Alliger, Lila, . ..... . 63 Brooks, Robert Max .... . . 67 Cox, B. L .......... . . . 72 1 Ammelgate, Allen. . . . 62 Brown, Anita ......... . . 68 Cox, Cleo ........... . . . 72 , Archer, Clara ..... . 63 Broyles, H. E. ...... . . 68 Crenshaw, Ernest .... . . . 79 3 Arnold, W. O.. .... . 77 Bryant, H. G .... .. 77 Crutcher, Alice ..... . . . 74 Q Atkins, Thelma .... . 61 Burton, Mary. . . . . 67 D M t 64 v aggett, argare ..... . . . f Babcock. Chester .... . 62 Caldwell, A. B ..... . . 79 Dailey, Walter. .......... . . . 79 5 Haber, Orpba ...... . 70 Caldwell, C. D. .... . . 77 Dalton, Mrs. Kathryn .... . . . 61 I ' Bacus, Rachael .... . 65 Camp, C. S ....... . . 63 Davis, M. L ............. , . . 79 E . Ilfgarres, Vliiia. .... , garlislei Ines. .... . . ge? Jaidin, Margaret. .... . . . E as iam, ear si .. .. . arpen er, . .... .. o y, 'merson .... .. . . . .. 0 Bassett. James. .... . 72 Carruth. H. B ...... . . 71 Dowell, Ruth.. ...... . . . 64 g Bates, Jim ....... . 73 Castleberry, Nelle .... , . . 69 Dunn, Caroline ..... . . . 66 . Bedell, C. W ..... . 73 Chambers, J. K ..... . . 63 I I Bemis. Amelia ..... . 62 Chapple, Louise. .... . . 63 Eckler, E. H .... . . . 71 1 Benbrook, Clyde ..... . 77 Cisler, S. A .... .... . . 61 Eidson, I-I. D. .. . . . 68 j l g Bickerstaff, Mabel. . . . 70 Clark, B. M ....... . . 66 Eldridge, J. D .... . . . 77 A. ' Binns. B. C ....... . 77 Clark, Enid ........ . . 63 Ellis, Elizabeth. . . . . . . . 73 2 Blakely, T. W .... . 79 Coleman, Lillie ....... .. 67 Ellis, J. W ....... .. . 74 2 Boswell, J. R ..... . 72 Coleman, Maudine .... .. 70 Eubanks, Ira. . . . . . 69 E . Page 443 Q I t.. ..... ... . . . .. .. .. .. nuxrrxxzzcnrnnmxzcnifhxxxxrux J ,vtq , an ,WM , , H, . .,. , . . . ..W ., . .-..fr , .. . ii 1 1-.1 .li 1 """" " ""' M11 -3T'?"""'iT7f3'f'fiif""""' 4' . . f " r f H .""' """'7Ff,,Tf""T?'f ,751 ' V 'MG' . if . v ri so T iw. .ffrrml DIICR f J! 9 .Z .ff ff.. -111. A -1 . . ff M uniors---Continued gg: 1 1 ' 'ii- "' 1 ' Page Page Page , Evans, Georgia. ,... . . 72 Lamb, Evelyn ....... 72 Sager, Kenneth .... . . . 79 Evins, Margaret .... . . 62 Lambert, Eugene .... Scott, Emma ..... . 66 ffl U Lawson, Morgan... . Sensing, Wm.. ..... . 77 ij s sails. El1zUaUheth .,.. . . Iieimfr, I-Ifiroig. . . gixweui Mcelle ......., . 26 e on ren. rice. .... .. cnc ian. . ... ian e, iristie.. . . . 4 ', Ulford, HiraUUnU .... . . IU:ewis, Geraldine .... Pailli ....... . 61 .1 forrcster, o ln .... . . ogan, 1 orencc. .... i ern, om ..... . 65 '15 Free, J. ACU ..... . . 65 gmith, Frank R .,,. . . , 70 1 yn frierson. las. .,.. . . 61 ' 1nitl1, Blanche ........ . 73 fl. Fuller, Homer ..... . . 79 '.'. U U Spillman, Margaret. .... . 65 Fulmer. Doyle, ,... .. 78 MCClungU WmU IIUU.. ...... . U1 U, . Gattlinil. Mildred.. . . . 72 M2gf,'ff,f,jl'U',If,mQ,"fff1 U U U U U Stanford: Eloisbf I I .. I os A 352S'lE.1Zii'.'fT'T1.'1 1 I I .. I 1 Zi' MC2"i'C-' Njickfy '--'-' ' ' - Si3i22S'1?'iiLiI.a1.2.'..' ' ' ' '59 ii Gold- Maggigigfie ,--- - - 61 MEKSEZK, 1iii1z2.i,bLi.I 2 2 II iii greens- Jim -. .r--r - 7l EQ 3:23M1f.,..:d 0- -' -' 33 MCM- Elmer ---' 52223012 A Z3 1 Gray: Frances .... . . . . 71 ' Stewart, Pearl. . 1 ' I 64 Grefory, Robert. .,.. . . 64 Mmm, Richard U U Stroud, E. J .....,. . 62 , grumblEUa,UErnest. . . . . M00m'U MMUKIU UUUU Swain, Victoria .... . 63 , lllnn, C011 .... .. .. 1 M l,U 2 U UUUU ' Mmqsgy Taylor. Paul ........, . 67 ' 'i" ' Hale. Arthur. . .. .. 76 ' "" Tetriek, Elmer.. . . , . . . .. . 79 gangs, OUUT. .... . . NUCUUUUUU CUUUUUCUUU Riomas, Fannie Ruth. . . . 64 , ar ey, ace. .... . . H ---- mompson, ur . ....,. . 63 Hatcher. Joyce ,... . . 61 Trice, Frances ....... . 63 gynfs, SaUrahU.UU ,... . . garkei '1UUhelma ..... ?riccU . .... 66 en nest, uci e. . .. .. 1 atric , im ...... rim 1 e, au e... . 64 Henderson, Ernest .... . . 69 Patten, Fred. .... T11ller. Allen. ...... . 71 gengriclis, Earl ....... . . 78 gearce,UUlUlU1tl1 . . UU U R en ric s, iristine.. .. 3 enix, i c re .. .. irmac mer, alph. . . .. . 76 Holbrook, Bernard ...... . . 76 Perrill, Louise .... Upchurch, Grace ..... . 71 Horton, Worth. ........ . . 78 Pfeifcr, Frank. . . . gunlpllrgfstlladclen .... . . Uliond, LUUoyd .UU ..... Van Sant, Charles.. . . . 62 utson, . 1 ......... . . rince, ewe . . Pruitt, Roy. ..,. Waldron, Cloyd.. . . . 66 Jackson, Gale ........... . . 79 Walls, Andrew J .... . 66 Jolinsog, MzUUrUy Mable .... . . 65 Rains Junms UUUUU U U warrineri Charles .... . 76 Uv ones, eo. ....... ... .. 3 Rm,ki'nU Mildred U U U atson, fern. . . . .. . 65 , Reagan, Robert ..... Wh!L?- Roy E -----" 69 Kane, James ...... .. 68 R d S - I Wlutmg, Earl. ......... . 78 M Kane, Robert. .,.... . . 64 Rgfd 'jomlt l """ Whittington, Doris ,,,,, , 60 j Kelly, Nell Wallace. . . . . 74 Rcy,Qoldg,U'A,,b,.6ljU U Whitty, Margaret. . . . . 71 E11il1t.,EE111eUU. . ,..... . . Reynolda Fmnccsn U U UXiUV1:son, sachael ,..... . . . lf JY. en ....... . . - 2 UUUU 1 son, era ....,........ . Killcbrew, Rex. .... .. 77 f2Q,'fffniQ,',,1,Y1 HMC, 1v111s111m,J011n ..... ....... . 64 EinbrellUURUobert .... . . I ROSUU hug, UUUUUUU wiSCUiUT11.lIg, Mary Elizabeth. .... . 71 J 10108. C .----.. . . Ii 2 U UU U U oo ru , Harry ......... . . . 78 Klqkley. Guy ----.- - - 67 1qgff3g,:Un'Ha5T ,,,, Wood, Merle ............. . 78 Kegel, Horace ...... . . 70 Yarbrough, James .... . 69 Sopihomores Adams, Allie Mae. . . .. .. 96 Cisler, John ..............,..... Fendler, Oscar.. . . . . . 104 l Alexander, E. P. ...... . . 96 Clardy, Frederick .... Finklca. Charles. . . . . . 104 Alexander. J. C.. . . . . 90 Clark, Ohmer. ...... Force, Margaret. . . . 83 Allison, Jolm ....... .... 1 00 Colvin, Vernon. . . Fowler, Arthur .... . 86 Qnnen, ForrgsgJD. . . .... U31 goomerh ..... 1Trizzo,USU3Uahrillo. . . . . 86 rmstrong. . . .... ornwe , 11 ert .... furry, . G. . . .. . 87 Arnaud, Eunice .... . . 95 Cornwell, Gilroy. . . . Crigler, Ralph E. .... Gage, Pansy ...,... . 92 Bahcr, Ortha ....... . . 97 Cross, W. H.. ......... . . . 1 Garret, Maxine ..... . . 93 Bailey, Elizabeth.. . . . . 98 Crowe, Blonmc Dell .... . . . Gardner, Carnall.. . . . . 99 gakir, U? .... .... . . grozvsonQ?lc?Urence. . . gqis, Claiience .... . . 88 an s. e ........ . . ur ice, . . ..,... 1 more, van .... . . 88 Barksdale, James. . . . . 98 ' Gold, Maude Z. . . . . 91 Barrett, Josephine.. . . . . . 98 Davis, Herman. . . Goode, Ellen. . . . . . . 90 garton, Eunice ..... . . UIgavis,UJUUUMerle ..... Goodman, Ward. , . . . . 95 arnett, .ois, ..... .. amp , ar ie ....... Good ' , P. R. ...... .. . 100 EahlauUUDorthy .... . . Be LUongkRichard .... goweixgilizabetll. .... 98 U crry, tranccs. ..... . . em y, ltten. .... race, ort . ..... . 85 gillingsleywgiaxter .... . . 84 UIgiamont,UU13U'erry ..... Gray. Marygr ..... , 90 X yt le, , ac .. ...... .. 83 inning, aynie.. .. Grc , L. k ..... . 86 Brady, Ruth ...... . . 87 . Doss, Emmet. .... Gregslgn, Edith ...... . 94 Bradley, Ralph ....... . . 85 V Douglas, Hal .... Gregson, Lillian. ....... . 94 , Brewer. Richard ........ .... 1 04 Dowell, Allen ..... Grimmctt, Robert, Jr.. . . . 88 , ETCWEY-Cliift - . U .... . . g0dUi40nvEd. .... Guinn, Gwendolyn ...... . 95 . F00 S, O Cl' 0l'l'lS.... .. T8 C, CI'il..... -' Browning, John ......... . . 97 Dunn, Moco.. . . Hale, Harrison, Jr.. . . . 83 Buffington, Nan ...... . . 96 Hall, Evelyn ........ . 98 Burke, Mildred. .... . . 93 Earl, Buddy ..... Halsell, Hampton .... . 87 ' ' gurhs. 1VgUargaU:et .... . . Earle, lVfSUHUy.U .... Ul:Uialsell,hois. ...... . 97 1. ur on, 'ran ..... .... 1 as ey, e .... anes, arie. ..... . 84 r ' Butcher. Thomas. . . ... . 101 Eddy, J. H ..,.... Hart, Dorthy. ....... . 94 '? U U Eddy. Virginia.. . . Hatfield, Mary ........ . 84 ' Carn1chael,Sylv1a. .... . . 98 Eisen. Bertha. .... Hathcock, Martha ...,. . 85 H f Cattlet. Leon ....... . . 88 Ellis, Bertha .... Hays, R. L ....... . . . . . . 95 ' X ' Cantrell, Ruth ..... .. 91 Ellis, Gus ..... Head, Wylie. ...... . . . 103 Charlton, Shields. . . . . 92 Ellis, Ruth .... Henderson, Jim, . .. ... . . 94 Cato, Earl ........ 102 Henry. Mildred .... l v 37 87 Page 444 , ll"""'i .M sl: rlzf ,. .4 1 1 1 fl is li ll L i. ,. ?As.-4... 1 U ., - ' . iz" -W--'re' '-'r-"tts . - - , .' , .1 , 'M ' ,1 "" "" 'Q .7f,""' .-,' AA. ALL.. r I 1 7 su- ,1Z11fof.f.f::.fr4 115.25 . of . Sophomores---Continued Page Page Page Hess, Nita .,.. . . 83 Morrison, Donald .... . 88 Sharp, Lamar. ...... 84 Hill, J. E .... .. 97 Muse, Lucille ....... , 83 Shauman, Mary.-, . . 91 Hill, J. S. ..... . . 101 Muse, Ned. ........ . 100 Shewxnake. Virginia. 83 Hinton, Isbell ,..... . . 92 Shinn. Leo ......... 95 Hite, Ida. ...,....... . . 88 Newsom, J. Wallace.. . . . 87 Sill, Muriel .... . . . . 85 Holderbalm, Charles. . . 103 Newsom, Dorthy. .,.. . 90 Smalley, Nobie. . . . 90 Hopson, Harold.. ...,. .... 1 03 Nipper. Lawrence .... . 91 Speck. Richard .... 100 Howard, J. C. ,..... .. 103 Nolen, Irene. ....... . 89 Steltzlen, G. W ..,. 101 Huber, Dudley .... . . 85 Norton, Martha .... . 83 Stephens, Frances. .. 102 Hudson, Lura. . . . . 88 Stephens, George.. . . 100 Oldham, H. N ...... . 104 Stone, W. G ....... 102 Irby, Hazel. ..... . . 93 Oliver. Lena Mae .... . 87 Strode, Helen G .... 93 Ivester, John ...... . . 85 O'Neal, Norris ....... . 93 Sugarman, Barney. . 103 Oudin, Eugenia ........ . . 99 Jackson, Mary .... .... .... 8 4 Ownbey, Marguerite.. . . . 98 Tarver, Quinton. . . 104 Jamison, Daniel B... ., 101 Tate, A. B ..,. ... 94 Johnson, Eugene .... . . 101 Patterson, Grace .... . 86 Taylor, J. K. ....... 104 Johnson, Helen .... . . 95 Peck. Malcolm. . . 90 Terrall, T. M ..... . . 97 Jones, James ...... . . 104 Peters, Helen .... . 91 Thomas, Albert ..... 103 Jones, Rachael, .... . . 95 Pfalif, Ruby ..... . 97 Thompson, Henry V. 87 Pharis, Mary. .... . 92 Thompson. Marjorie. 89 Kelley, Miles, . . . . . 104 Philheck, Hoyle. .... . 98 Thornberry. John. . , 104 Kendrick, Jim ..... . . 92 Phillips, Daisy .... . 96 Tinsley, William .... 103 Kincaid. Grover .... . . 102 Phillips, Doris .... . 90 Treadway, T. C.. . . 96 Kirby, Henry. ..... . . 101 Pierce, Holland. . . . 85 Kopert, Gretchen. . . . . 88 Polk, Wendell .... . 95 Uhl, B. F ....... . .. 84 Kays, Jim. ........ . . 91 Powell, Norris H.. , . . 98 Prewitt, Jesse Roy. . . . 103 Van Cleave, Maurine. . . . . 99 Lee, Fred ...... . . . . . . 94 Price, Flournoy ...... . 93 Van Meter, W. C. . . 102 Leeper, Catherine ..... . . 86 Pruett. Lena ....... . 86 Van Sickle, Clyde. . . 100 Lichliter, Hester ........ . . 86 Pyle. Hoyte ..... . 101 Livingston, Maurine.. .. 91 Walls, Edward.. . .. 100 Liner, Everett ........ . . 96 Rankin, Hazel .... . 89 Walker, Courtney.. . 91 Loekett, Thomas.. . . . . 94 Rauch, Ella B ....,. . 92 Walker, Joe ...... . . 103 Redding, Robert .... . 101 Walker, Katherine. . 94 Maddox, Alfred ........ . , 91 Reese, Chas. I-I. . . . . 87 Walkup, Margaret. . 98 Martin, William Ted. . . 101 Reeves. James .... . 103 Walters, Ethel ...... 92 Martin. Willis ........ .... 8 8 Reeves, Ruth ..... . 98 Watson, Edmund. . . 91 May, G. C .......... . . 102 Riggins, W. C .... . 99 Watson, Franchell. . . . 97 McBroom, Dorthy. . . . . 96 Roberts, Carl. .. . . . 90 Watson, Frank. . . . 95 McConnell, Geraldine .... .. 89 Rogers, Pauline. . . .. . 83 Whaley, W. P. . . . . 83 McDonald, F, L ..... . . 90 Rogers, William. .... 86 White, Clyde ....... 96 McGaugh, Katherine .... . . 84 Rowland, W. B ...... . 100 Whitfield, Powell... . 102 McHaney, Edwin L. . . . 100 Russell, Norris H .... . 97 Wilkinson, Means.. . 86 McManus, John .... . . 89 Willis, W. R. ...... 90 MeCright, Elmer. . . . . 98 Sallee, Deane .......... . 102 Wilson, Eugene. . . . 93 Millard. H. Ray .... . . 102 Saxon, Ben ....,......,.. . . 90 Wilson, John ...... 101 Millard. Mary, . . .. ,, 94 Schoephoester. Kenneth. . . . . 100 Wintker, Franklin... 101 Miles, Edna ....... . . 86 Schoonover, Wear ......... . . 89 Wood, Warren ..... 100 Moore, Dayton .... . . 96 Sehweer, Kenneth ...... . 103 Woods, Elmer .... 103 Moore. Martha .... . . 89 Scott. Jett ......... . 104 'Wright, F. A. . . 93 Morgan, Helen .... . . 96 Scott. Lillian ....... . 85 Morgan. Nivan .... . . 86 Seamster. Bernal .... . 98 Yoes, Phillip ...... 83 Morris, Mildred... . .. 87 Sensing, W. A .... ... . 102 Morris, W. H.. .. . . 97 Zirkle, George D. . . . 104 iF Jr e s in m e in Adkins, C. M. ....... . . 108 Cabell, Fred. ..............,.... 136 Davis, E. P ...... 130 Alexander, Rebecca. . . . . 126 Canmell, Flora. ...... . 114 Dean, Gilbert.. . . . . 107 Alford, Noel ........ . . 132 Carmichael, Sylvia. . . . 116 Dillinger, K. A. . . . . 108 Anderson, James.. . . . . 131 Caldwell, J. R ...... . 130 De Lozier, Lorean... 120 Appleby, Mildred... .. 115 Carter, J. M. ..... . 120 Diffey, A. A ..... . . 133 Arnald. Katherine.. . . . . 119 Casbeer, Virgil.. . . . 114 Dilliml. John. . . . . . 123 Arthurs, H. L ...... . . 130 Cate, F. A ...... . 118 Dillon, William .... 128 Astin. Sarah ....... .. 107 Cate, H. I. .... . 131 Dixon, Allen. .... . 134 Clark, A. B ..... . 124 Dobson, R ........ 112 Bain, Milton .... .. 131 Clark, Lamar ..... . 133 Dollahite. Betty. .. 110 Bain, Ralph .... . . 136 Claypool, Naida .... . 120 Dowell, W. A. .,.. 109 Barnes, S. D .... ., 115 Clonninger, A. I. .... . 123 Dudley, Robert .... 128 Barnette, Helen.. . . . . 109 Cohea, Ardeth .... . 117 Dunuy, Virginia. . . 124 Bell, B. H ......... . . 135 Cole, Robert ....... . 113 Duval. Betty ..... 115 Bennett, M. H. ..., . . 114 Cole, Velma ......... . 125 Duvall, E. B .,.... 123 Berry, Ruth ........ . . 113 Coleman, Anna Mae. . . . 113 Dwiggins, Mamie. .. 107 Beuckman. R. O .... . . 133 Collison, W. H ...... . 115 Beuret. John ...... . . 115 Cooper, Nina ....... . 110 Earl, Wilma. ...... 121 Bilsky, I. M. ....... 110 Cone, Mildred .... . 107 Eason, Bourdon. ...... . . , 123 Bishop, Max ........ . . 132 Core, H. M ...... . 126 Edmondson, Albert... . ... 135 Blackmer, Edythe.. . . , . 112 Cornett. H. R .... . 123 Edwards. H. G .... . 139 Blackburn. Elma.. .. . . 127 Cotter, Sarah.. .. . 125 Elliott, -Nettie K... . 120 Boothe, W. C ..... .. . 130 Cox, Hazel E .... . 125 Ellis. Annie Laurie.. 120 Bowman, M. B .... 112 Craig, Edwin ........ . 126 Ellison. Mary Jane.. 110 Boyce, Nina. ...... . . 126 Cullor, Alberta ........ ... 115 English, J. T ..... .. 127 Bounds, John. ...... .. 130 Cunningham, Grace ...... ... 125 Erickson, Ethel. . ... 112 Birmbaum, C. R .... ... 130 Cunningham, Guy D. .... . 117 Brown, Rublye .... . . 121 Cupps, Daniel ......... . 109 Farris, L. W. ...... 129 Buchelew, I ollis. . . . . 128 Faucette, G. C.. . .. 131 Burks, Charlotte .... . . 124 Dale, Robert ....... . 116 Ferguson, S. M .... 136 Burnes, Everett,.,.. . . 114 Danford, Cora ....... . 109 Finney, T. W.. . . . 112 Burnham, Robert, . . . . 120 Daughtery. Eugene. .... . . . 136 Fitch, R. H. . . . . . 125 Bush, K .......... .. 115 Daulton, G. E ....... .. 122 Fogleman. J. A .... 135 Bylander, J ..... .... 1 29 Davenport, Monroe .... . 129 Forbes, T. W ..... 133 Page 445 .,.. .. I I 1 1 .1 1 1 1 . . 1 4 .I I.q11,fe 1 I.I1 - 1. b . MI. ii, 1 4, I 4 C. 'Q .1 . - 4 I1 ,.-. - .,.. ., I,,I7,,:..I..f,.IIm.,....--A I I , I I, II III I I - - I I I Q . -- I, -We-ew..-fm-,rf 'fr' vjIIf1 ,MI 4111..- ' ' TSM'iv211'-1Q4j:gii1sf.,,'f, -.. "A ., mn' U ,1 illllf ' fl 1.g..F..'W" ,U 1.1. .--:"1"'i':1'mIuulill1 5 K i 4 1 . O l 'l' E I 4 h --- dl X" ' ,III F ll? e s HIL e Ill Continue I . . II I Page I Page I I Page - I 111 Ford, Marlan. . . . ... 119 Lawrence, Grattls ..... . . 123 Ramsey, Thomas T .... . . . 134 1 ' lil Ford, Opal ...... I.. ... 121 Leake, Madge ...... .. 114 Raydon, K. Conrad .... ... 118 II I '14 Forristall, Asa ....... ... 116 Ledwidge, R., .... .. 131 Rea, Ralph.. ......,. .. . 125 I I l' Frank, Rose Marie .... ...'114 Lee, Ewell ....... .1135 Reed, John O. ....,.... ... 128 If . ll French, Arthur ...... ... 126 Leeper, Virginia. .... .. 127 Reed, Kenneth A ....... . . . 108 , ' I 127 G b I EI I0 Iiewfs, Marjorie. .... . . 108 Reeves, Leland Whyte.. . . . . ,129 I I1 am re 4 zora 9 wls Heydon 131 R0lCl11fdl Elizabeth 109 I . ..... e ., ,. . , . .1 Gardenhire,'Jean. .... . . . 128 Lichliter, C. E .... . . 135 Reid, Karl N.. ........ . . . 129 , Ifii Garrett, H. L. ..... . .. 109 Lichliter, L. H .... .. 133 Reinhardt, Harris .... ,. . 122 ' " Gatlin, Ruth ........ ... 113 Lide, S. B.. . . . .. .. 121 Reinoehl, Violet.. .. ... 114 1 - ,yin Gentry, Elizabeth, , , , . .. 116 Lile. Paul ........ . . 116 Rice, Ruby. .... ... . .. 111 .elf Gibson, R. O ...... . . . 134 Lindsey, J. G ....... . . 115 Riffcl. James K .... . . . 135 1 'F' Glover, Wilma ..... ... 122 Lipscomb, Sybil.. . .. .. 125 Rippy, Lionel .. ... 121 jf- Goforth, Faye. .. . . . 115 Little, Josephine .... . . 117 Robbins, Burton ...... . . . . 111 I . Graves, B. C ...... ... 113 Long, H. W ...... .. 110 Rogers, Neva Irene .... ... 110 ,II I - 1: Gray, R. B .......... ... 112 Lord, Fletcher. . .. .. 107 Rushing, Henry C, .. ... 117 gl ' 1' Greenwood, P. H .... . ... 133 Lubin, I. S .... .,.. . . 135 Ryland, A. P ....... ... 132 Igfif gravege,1BIaIurice .... .. . Lybrand, J. D .... . . 134 11 jr? rave e. ema ..... . I ' III109 'I ' R Grigsby, C. E. ..... ... 132 McAllister, Don ...... . . 130 Ermgcrlm' Iiqclcn I I 124 . . , an erson. ay ..... . I Grlmsley, I-I. L .... . .. 109 McClelland, C. Iv. ..... . . 133 Sandfort FelicitIaSII II I I I 113 .11 Grissom, F. O. .. .. . 134 McConnell, Hiram .... . . . 120 Schdaf dmI1Im.1neI I I I I I I 121 11 I Gurrlin, Meyer .... .. . 135 McElvaney, M. O. .... .. 128 Schm1QI Bruce CII I II I I I 110 '11 . H I McGreagor, R. S .... . . 114 SQCOYI patty IIIIIIIIIII I I I 120 ' H1lk,RlCllHYd ..... ... 121 Mclllpry. L. C.. .. .. 132 Slusscn William HIIhnI II I I I 111 EI I. .1 Halley, D. D .... ... 107 McKinney, L. L .... .. 127 Sm11hIEIE IIIIIIIIIII III 130 U 51' H3101 ,l.C ...... 135 MCLCOd,W.H... .. 131 Sm cs B rnette IIIII 111 il' . P 1 ll Hall, H. W. .... 119 McMlllen,Garth.... .. 114 S,-k. P 1 I I 116 I , iles, au... .1 I-Ialsell, Helen. .. ... 122 McNulty, J. S, . .. .. 136 . 123 ' 11'- , Stafford, Mary E .... . . . . . , Hamer, N. C ...... ... 133 McNutt. Max .... .. 112 5131, Donna I I, IIII III 113 71' Hamilton, Mrs. .... 118 McRae, Bruce .... . . 133 Smm'DsIJ01m H IIIII I II 124 I I Haney, Geneva ...... . .. 123 McRaven, J. S. ..... .. 130 Starling Joseph IIIIIIII II I 110 II II Harrelson, M. K ..... . . . 119 McShane, Gelard ..... . . 108 S1arnesI'WrEn IIIIIIIIIIII I I I 108 1 III Harrison, B. S ..... ... 122 McPhetridge, Alice.. .. .. 126 S .- h. , ge Id W1111am IIII III 127 .l H I L , tem Lrg, ra . Hartsel , ..... .. . 120 Marshall, Mina ..... . . 109 S1eD1IenSI John HCMYI I I I I I 128 I I Harvey, R. ........ ... 122 May, Otto ....... .. 132 Stewam JaCkI IIIIIIIIII I I I 119 Il,. edges, H. H., Jr .... ... 121 Mayes, J. K ...... .. 134 Stinson Edna Earle IIII III 123 .1 gy. Hedrick,R ,....... 111 Meek,G.l3 ........ .. 131 5 ' ,- II 1,2 lil , ,I Heeker, R. .......... . . . 117 Merrick, Geo. W .... . . 135 S2g:gr'11?53Il1:'I1a' " I I 122 ' I I,' Henderson, C. N. .... ...' 133 Millard, T. T ..... .. 113 S ' " I I 119 III H d . k L . I tory, Velron ..... . 1 Id en rlc s, ucllle. .... ... 125 M1ller, R.. . . .I .... .. 107 Strauss Jack I I II III 135 I IMI Henry, R. R. ........ 110 Minton, Bonnie ..... .. 117 Strong II B IIIIIIII III 103 .I,I,77 Hewitt, Carroll, . .. ... 114 Mixon, Gordon. . . . . 113 Sweelshr JesS1eI I II III 107 1 1I 'Q' Sarah. .. ... 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