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

 - Class of 1937

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'xx JP? fl 4 , A: Q .gb if F: E? fi" f .U - 5 3 5' X F f . ij, ff J: 5 'z K 7 ff 5 , , , n Q 7 0- AI' v fl X -'fy if fry 1 I 5 J 'j 'J f XXV V j f I 1 X Y r . If, - Z -' J fs-' .ff x 1 I f J., f. X X ,uf --ww-. .5 -I ,-c ,Jn , N f f ,Q .35- 1 .fp 'Y 1 p : J 'A , 5 f. A X . XX'-H7 9 XXil'f'l'f,, ax E fllllixf' ff-l-ix EQLLZLWLLZ- elf P , E 4 a Before we venture further along the campus walks in our tour of the university there are just a few things that we should like to say to you-a few last words of explanation before we turn this book over to you. We say "explanation", for this is not, in any true sense, a dedication. We do not believe that there is any need for a dedication for the theme itself carries with it an inscription and full meaning all its own. This book's sole aim is to give you "Today at Arkansas". It is to this purpose, to this service alone that it is dedicated. i As you thumb through these pages on a mythical tour of the University of Arkansas we only hope that you may catch a glimmer of the meaning of this theme. We hope that if, in future years, you dust off this book and once more turn through it, you may again, in your memory, be brought back to wander through this grand old school. If, at that far distant time, the sight of these pictures or the sound of these words give you a thrill of recognition, this book will have gone a long way toward achieving its aim. If it can but recreate for only a moment a day at Arkansas then all the work that has gone into its creation will be fully justified. So try, as you go along with us through this record of one complete day at the university, to live in your mind a past "today". Follow us. Within these covers you will find the campus and buildings just as you have seen them, just as they look day after day. You will meet informally, in their offices, the president and deans of the schools and colleges just as you might meet them any day. You will get a glimpse of students at work in class and lab, just as you might if you wandered some day down the corridors of the buildings in which they are at work. Their faces will look out at you again, some to smile and some to frown. There is a girl that sat on the front row in English and passed notes to the girl behind her. That boy lived in the house next door. He's a great guy, she' s a smooth dancer, and so on down the list. You'll know them when you see them. Some of them will be old friends, some mzrely nodding acquaintances, but all a part of a day at Arkansas. . Here, too, are the football games, the dances, the basketball games, sorority houses, parades, election days, and all those other things that follow the day round the clock. Work, study, play, twenty-four hours a day. So, this year, the RAZORBACK has attempted to give you the university today caught in pic- tures and bound between covers for your future enjoyment. This picture is spiced with humor, not maliciously, but in a sense of good fun. If you have been offended, it was but an accident. There are no doubt errorsg in an undertaking so big they are always inevitable. We can only trust that you will be open minded in your judgment. Read this book for enjoyment and reread it for memory's sake. May it be a lasting reminder of happy days, good friends, and pleasant places. And so we give this, the 1937 RAZORBACK, to you and dedicate it to the theme for which it was published ...... We give you "a day at Arkansas". -The Staff H.. U W 92 Eff. if l tw ,. lx 2 . Q , ilu EL 1 , , sf 2. i Tc g. ,. E, Z, ji .. if ,1 eff 5, ri A i.. ...m:,w..., A .. e. F1 :gli iv r lla F - if I ff i if F? r- 3, Q2 2. if if Eg H, :K 1' FJ. ? . s l Z, l f i if t i . i 15: i ap Ei if inf il ill, 'git S. 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The Hall of Engineering seems to typify the very strength for which it exists. Through a Roman doorway one can see the dim interior of the building haunted by machinery, weights and scales, and all the paraphernalia that goes to make up the life of an engineer. Doorways, arches, windows, stairs, it stands, perhaps with no long history, no ivy-grown tradition, but nevertheless as a monument to the conclusion of a long iight for new and better buildings which ended only in 1927. And with that year came the first great step forward in the realization of the dream of a plan for a greater and better university. But again, we must hurry on. Let us go up Dickson avenue to the west side of the campus at the top of the hill and get a new view of the campus. - uumgg A -i 's 'A .Qxxq Q wh . . . . rise the campus buildings, white of "chemistry" against the recl of "old main." Representatives of a newer culture above a memorial to Greek culture, the mother of higher learning. Here we loolc clown from the top of Dickson hill, across the southwest corner of the campus toward the twin towers of University Hall high above the Chi Omega Memorial Greelc theatre in its natural bowl. To the north we can circle the tiers of seats of the theatre and following the walk by the athletic fielcl turn eastward past the front of the new Chemistry Hall. E Nw' WE WALK PA . . . . the "dorm," and to our right we see the turreted entrance to the huge new chemistry building. Be- neath a gothic arch the bronze doors are dull gold in the shadowy white of the entrance. Students from classes in chemistry and 'Zoology pass us, changing classes. To our left is the library and once again we turn up the walk between "old mainl' and the front of the building of books. ,' ll ,l L f ' . 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M- Q V - - t-"lf - 'X 1 gs . : , -. - 4 :Jr - , ,:.:."f ,li .f.y. . . 4 -if T' A Luxe w- 1 'lr '5- i7A-. ,- H .. qv, I, K I w I - R. M fm 1 "- ' lib- " V . . ' i- .. .. M s... .-.. -. ,- Lg. A ND 'Ii-IERE. STA NDS OLD MAIN . . . . silhouetted against the slcy, its old towers rising weathered and ivy-covered above the lacy tops of the trees that dot the campus far below. Behind us it rises as we turn for one last look, University Hall, "old main," center of the university, center of the campus, towering over the other buildings like some aged, hoary patriarch who stands, perhaps not beautiful, not the best, still, upheld by tradition and the very fact of age, a reminder, a heart and soul of the school. And so with this ,last view we leave the university. We have not visited every corner of the campus, we have not seen every building nor traced every tradition, rather we have talcen a cursory glance at the school as a whole and as we have followed its walks have tried to paint in a little more brilliant colors than the camera can produce a bit of the living, breathing whole for whch each building holds a part. Now as we leave remember but this, that it is not so much what we see or learn or believe at the present that really counts, but the memory of things long after that really holds the secret of true and inward happiness. CHIEF EXECUTIVE: THE PRESIDENT WHO IS THIS MAN? Surely you know him, this man who "can keep his head when all about him are losing theirs," who welcomed his destiny not as a dark and heavy fate but as a bountiful op- portunityg who found a nation ridden with fear and brought it through to new confid- enceg -lflffvo summons courage equal to the hour, either to close the banks or to cross good souls by offering beer to thirsty Wliite House guests, who lashes out at his enemies with hard scorn yet whose heart melts when he sees a lonely young girl at her first East Room party and tells her, by his order, to command the most handsome young man on the adjoining terrace to waltz with herg -Wlvo speaks before throngs with such seeming assurance yet whose hand, we see, trembles while he waits out the long ap- plause, who stands with dignity before the FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT world, yet who as a kindly host draws a fa- miliar, crumpled pack of cigarettes from his pocket and with apologies, ,offers them to the lady on his left, even as you and I. -Who lives with human warmth in a thousand flashing moments, on and Off the national stage, as scenes come tumbling into memory. . . visiting, on the eve of his first inauguration, an ob- scure shop in New York to ask an old negro to come with him to Hyde Park ancl pack his beloved ship prints for the journey to Washington . . . winding through crowds which press about his slowly moving automobile with their echoing murmur, "I almost touched himv. . . back from a Pacific cruise, leaning, tanned and smiling, on the bridge of the Cruiser Houston, sighting a Harvard classmate of thirty years ago and calling out as one old grad to another, 'QHello, Curtis. Class gf 1904" . . . pausing during a speech from the rear platform of his train to explain, "I'll have to wait a minute, there's a grand kid fight going on down herei' . . . reluctantly revealing his election guesses in which he grossly underestimated his own popularity . . . laughingly arguing with his staff that he could make a better campaign against himself than his opponent does, because he knows his own weaknesses . . . driving for hours in an open automobile under a drenching rain and dis. missing it as a trifie with the remark, "I donit mind having my shoes full of water, but I don't like to sit in a bathtub with my clothes on" . . . solicitous over the poor, carewom fellow on the curb in Philadelphia who, in a gesture of gratitude, tosses his watch into the automobile, implgr- ing the police to find the man and return it. -VVl7o, born in luxury, linked by family to ten presidents, has made himself the champion of forgotten men and women, using his talents as was said of Benjamin Franklin, in an attempt to subdue the ugly facts of society to some more rational scheme of things, concerned not so much that the rich shall sleep peacefully in their beds but that everyone shall have a bed in which to sleep. -Raymond Clapper. 17 STATE EXECUTIVE: .THE GovERNoR OFFICERS GOVERNOR CARL E. BAILEY A U Chairman T. C. CARLSON, Fayetteville Secretary and Auditor CARL E. BAILEY BOARD OF TRUSTEES The Governor of Arkansas . . . Ex-Officio CARL E. BAILEY, Little Rock. The Commissioner of Education . Ex-Officio W. E. PI-IIPPS, Little Rock. MARION WASSON, Fayetteville DR. F. A. CORN, Lonoke A. B. WHITEHEAD, Helena WILL STEEL, Texarkana BELOIT TAYI.OR, Little Rock BROOKS SHULTS, Fulton HARRY PONDER, Walnut Ridge 18 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS JOHN CLINTON FUTRALL WILLIAM N. GLADSON ARTHUR M. HARDING DANIEL T. GRAY . and Director of t JULIAN S. WATERMAN VIRGIL L. JONES . JOHN C. JORDAN . CHARLES C. FICHTNER HENRY G. HOTZ . GEORGE P. STOCKER . President of the University . Vice-president . Director of the General Extension Service . . . . . . . Dean of the College of Agriculture he Agricultural Experiment Stations and Agricultural Extension Service . Dean of the School of Law . Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences . Dean of the Graduate Sclrool Dean of the Sclrool of Business Administration . Dean of the College of Education . . . . . . . Dean of the College of Engineering and Director of the Engineering Experiment Station. MARTIN NELSON . . Vice-Dean of the College of Agriculture CLAUDE O, BRANNEN , . Assistznt Director of Agricultural Experiment Stations. GILES EMMETT RIPLEY MARTHA M. REID . JIM P. MATTHEWS . THORGNY C. CARLSON ALLAN A. GILBERT . FREDRICK L. KERR . LAWRENCE L. BROWNE . Dean of Men . Dean of Women . . Librarian Business Manager and Treasurer University Physician Registrar and Examiner ' , Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds I9 HE ACTS AS ADVISER' T0 MEN l For the last fourteen years Dean G. E. Ripley has had charge of men students of the Universityrof Arkansas. In that time he - has acted not only as adviser to the men but also as instructor in physics and as chairman ofthe Board of Publictions. As Dean of Men he has helped in the formulation and enforcement of student reg- i ulations governing undergraduates. His con- DEAN RIPLEY . trol extends over every phase of student life and he works with men from every school and college in the university. It is his aim to maintain the morale and unity of the school as a whole, as well as to look after the welfare of the male por- tion of the student body. ' Also, in his position as chairman of the Board of Publications, it has been his duty to guide the course of the student newspaper, the Traveler, and of the RAZORBACK. He has presided over meetings of this board and has, incase of tie decisions of the board, had the final vote. Through this work he has helped to choose students capable of holding publication offices and to oversee the course of these publications. In his work he is constantly in touch with students of the university and every student is at least indirectly influenced by the dean. He is a strict but understanding disciplinarian and has at- tempted through his work to encourage and to order the thousand or so male students of the Uni- versity of Arkansas in such a way as to make better men and a greater school. 20 AND T0 HER TURN THE WOMEN The social functions of the campus are num- 7- erous and of several varieties, but behind all of g them stands the approval of the office of the Dean i of Wfomen. Any social function which lacks the stamp of approval can only be a failure, because without that approval the women students of the University may not attend. By virtue of her office, Dean Reid carries the "big stick" in undergradu- ate social affairs. 'X The Dean of Women has a three-fold duty X in the performance of the duties of her officeg DEAN REID the social, academic, and administrative phases encompass the whole existence of the woman stud:nt, and in each of these phases of University life, she is under the guidance and control of Dean Reid. The Dean of Women does not seek to place burdensome restrictions, which will not be obeyed, on the University women, but by appealing to the intelligence and common sense, advice is given to those who need to make adjustments in their academic careers. By acting largely in an advisory capacity, Dean Reid has been able to make the office more popular than such offices are in schools where the individual is considered less as an individual than as merely another student. In an academic way, not only is Dean Reid an associate professor of Latin, but also she is an advocate of the classic education based on mathematics, Latin, and English. She advocates an education including these subjects, not because the cultural educatio-n benefits the intelligent woman more than most vocational training is likely to do, and with the cultural background, much U of the unrest of the present day is apt to be less alarming and revolutionary than it otherwise would be. From the light of the past we can look into the future and understand the significance of the new ideas as they are presented to us. 21 STUDENT GUVERNURSZ . .gTHE SENATE OFFICERS JIMMIE LEE HOWELL . . . President . 1 ' BETTY SUE CUNNINGHAM . . Vice-Preseidenl BETTY I-IOOPER . . Secretary HENRY TUCK . ' Treasurer JIM LEE HOWELL President MEMBERS First row - EUGENE CALLAHAN JOHN HARRISON DAN INGRAM BETTY SUE CUNNINGHAM BETTY HOOPER JOHN JERNIGAN SALLIE DUDLEY CHARLES LAUGHLIN Second row CHARLES MEYER C. ROBERT RHODES MARY JANE THOMPSON OWEN MORROW VANCE SCURLOCK HENRY TUCK THEODORE SYLVAN The Student Senate, representing all classes of th: University and forever seeking to wleld the scepter among student affairs, has had little success along- these lines until this year. However, with the advent of Jim Lee Howell into the role of President the usually silent Senate chamber was aroused and forced into some semblance of action. A bi-weekly newspaper was instituted and several useless and tattered constitutions of the horse and buggy days were buried in effigy, as it were, and a new and valuable constitution written. The Senate also witnessed some vicious oratory over a dance date in one of its 'iteapot tempest" meetings, but eventually arbitrated the affair. During the Spring election the Senate was filibustered over an argument con- cerning the eligibility of candidates in the race for vice-president of the students. - The Association is a member of' the Midwest Student Conference and of the National Student Federation of America, and is represented annually at both conventions. , Politics in the spring come under the direct supervision of the Student Senate. Z2 FOR SOCIAL ACTIVITIES: . THIS COMMITTEE MEMBERS First row WAYNE BOYDSTUN PAULA BRAUN JACK CURRY HAROLD GOULD CLAYTON LITTLE REX LOONEY Second H. C. FIELDS T. GENTRY I. GOLD JEFF STEINI-IART GENE WILLIAMS PAUL LATTURE, C fmirman Student dances in 1936-37 were operated for the eighth year under the supervision of the Student Social Committee. Conduct at dances, orchestras, finances, arrangement of student dance dates, and all other details are left in the hands of the committee which was appointed by Jim Lee Howell at the beginning of the school year. As regards dates for .dances, the committee has made some attempt to work in co-operation with fraternities, sororities, and other groups, but failed a a certain extent this year to satisfy the desires of certain organizations, namely, Chi Omega, Sigma Chi, Alpha Kappa Psi, and Theta Tau. Chi Omega and Sigma Chi squared off charging Alpha Kappa Psi and Theta Tau of having been shown preference in the awarding of dance dates. The affair was talcen to the Senate, but was actIIally arbitrated by President Futrall and Dean Ripley. The Chios took a date in the 28 day law, and the Sigma Chis were allowed to go to Bella Vista to have their dance. Later President Futrall decided against this. During a year of heated and bitter arguments, Paul Latture had a difficult assignment in presenting the right dances at the right time in the season allowed for dances by the University. 23 THE GOVERNING BOARD: CARNALL HALL OFFICERS jo BLUNK . . President MARY KELLY . . . Vice-President 5 ' fs, J DOROTHY DOUGLAS . . . Secretary ' A ., it I VIRGINIA BURKE . . Treasurer Jo BLUNK President The Carnall Hall Governing Board, composed of representatives of each class, endeavors to promote a feeling of goodwill, fellowship, and loyalty to the ideals of the University. Duties of the board are manifold. It has the responsibility of staging dances,' open-houses, and other social events. It prevents unnecessary noise, and punishes all infractions of che dormi- tory rules. In reality the foregoing run second to the forming of political policy for Carnall Hall. The board meets secretly in the Spring to decide'their move in the all-important issue of politics on the campus. At times open meetings are held in which all the girls gather in the parlor and discuss the various problems which confront the inmates of the dormitory. - L.. ... ... Y V I BURKE DOUGLAS HUTCHESON KELLY PITTs STRAIN 24 SCHOOLS AND CLASSES Cerebral Connivarm: of Collusivc Corrosion." r r r , 1 Surrealist Harvkinr r h 1 . if xx 5 X 1 I N RX!- x IVE PY ..v '9- X ff ,. . . I E A ff QP' 3 ,iff I ' u 5 S 51 ' 1. W f 1 W 1 . -:SW Q ,ff ' ..,xr' .4 af A Ml V"'flE..' , K .f ::59 Yiyfr ,, 1 xv' ' .Jh ,' Q, 'YW mul Mm-aEu.n mi: Flrp Hn H ll ll? ,wr N. XIII? Q 'mann sqamcas Al X' GIL L. JONES, D EAN No more conclusive proof of the real value of a liberal arts college could be found than that offered in the posi- tion of the College of Arts and Sciences in the University of Arkansas today. The university was originally es- tablished, not as a cultural institution, but as a technical school. Only through its own worth has the arts college risen, and only In-cause of intelligent leadership has it re- tained its high place. Inspired by a faith in the worth of a liberal education as the greatest safeguard of democracy, Dean Jones has worked always for freedom ot' thought and a spirit of intellectual freedom, the essence of such a college. "If the opportunity for free, human and individual development. is to be denied the born leaders of democracy, the colleges of liberal arts and democracy will alike perish l'rom America." 'l'hat is the challenge Dean Jones offers the students of today. J: 2 1 1 R ,I v N-'W SENIORS . . Yellville AJOHN ANGEL . . . AMY GENE BARRON ........ Fayffffvillf Delta Gamma, W'omen's League, Y.XV.C.A., Student Affairs Committee. CHRIS BARROS . sigma Chi. . . Fort Smith CORINNE BATSON ......... Dardanelle Chi Omega, Guidon, Vice-President, Vigilance Committee, Womens League, Law School Bar Association, Rifle Club. C- H. BEASLEY ........ . . Little Rock KUPPG Alpha, German Club President. J- D. BEAUCHAMP, II .... . ElDorad0 JOSEPH BORN .......... Patterson, N. J. Hillel Society, Vertebrate Zoology Seminar. PAULA BRAUN ........... Fan Smith Clsgotin' Rubes, Pi Kappa Treasurer, Social Committee, Rifle ROE!-OF T. BRINKEROFF ....... Harrisburg PSYChology Club, Political Science Club, Writer's Club. CATHERINE BROOKS ......... Pine Bluff International Relations Club, Y.W.C.A., Honor Roll, '36, P: D- BURTON, JR, . . Lewisville S'gma AlPhd Epsilon. JIMMY BYRD ........... Hof spmigf SSi8ma Alpha Epsilon, Editor Razorback, 1937, Arkansas tooge Staff '34-'35, Press Club, A.B.C. 'QF-ICE CADE ............ Fayetteville P' Mu EPsilon, German Club, Honor Roll, '49-31. JESS PAUL CHAMPION ........ Fon smith Thffa KHPPG Nu, Pershing Rifles, Pre-Med Club. MARK RICHARD CoHEN . Q . . . Patterron, N. 1. Hillel Society, Men's Vigilance Committee. ENAUI- M. CUNNINGHAM . . . . F-wffvillf fiveler Staff, Press Club President. VICTOR DIDINSKY ..... saab mfs..-g, N. Y, HAEWPQ NU, Honor Roll, Blaclcfriars, University Theatre, Vf fl Society, Secretary-Treasurer, Student Affairs Committee, '3'laY1C0 Committee, Interfraternity Council, Razorback Staff. MARIAN DIXON .......... Pocahontas H?Ct380l1, Kappa Delta Pi Treasurer, Rootin' Rubes, Carnall L al G0Verning Board, Secretary, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Women's Neue. Honor Roll, Phi Beta Kappa. BEATRICE E. DRENNAN . . . . . Mcfiebee VIRGINIA ELIZABETH DUDLEY ..... DeWitt Beta Phi, Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice-President, Y.W.C.A. a met, Orchestra, Mixed Chorus, Women's League. ARTS AND SCIENCES 31 - NX ' . - 'Tl iii'-'r"::"' ....-. . .mag -Li .Au , -I TW- I 5 lip. . 1 fy ,iii 1 .. ..f.:t.ta 'I' MAX BARRON Fayetteville Kappa Alpha, Vigilance Committee, Scabbard and Blade, Light and Welter- weight Boxing Champion, Freshman Basketball. GAIL BORDEN Little Rock Kappa Alpha, Band, As- sociate Editor l937 Razor. back. W. KAY BITTINGER El Dorado Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Kappa President, Rootin' Rubes Vice-President, Arkan- sas Traveler Staff, Vigilance Committee, Women's Y.W, C.A-, W.A.A. DOROTHY A. BREWER Earle MARY C. BURLESON Fayetteville Pi Beta Phi, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Women's League, W-A-A-i Botany Seminar, Zoology Seminar. ROLAND ELLIS BYRD Little Rock Alpha Chi Sigma. ELLSWORTH CHUNN Jonesboro KFPPG Sigma: Glee Club President, Vice - President, Publicity Director, President Psychology Club, P r e 5 5 Club, Treasurer. PAUL DEARING Paris DAVID M. DORFMAN Woodridge Tau Epsilon Phi, A.B.C., Pre-Med Society Vice-Presi- dent, German Club Presi. dent. WILL H. DYER Tulra,Okla. KRPPH Kappa Psi, Presi- dent, Band Librarian. if'?"?i'I -. 1132. ,'.'j1qjf:'g,5 - A ,?-"Fl-, K -.Inf ALEXANDER ELLMAN Brooklyn, N. Y. Phi Sigma Delta, Hillel Society, Pre-Med Club. 1-1. C. FIELDS, JR. Kingston Sigma Phi Epsilon, Social Committee, Board of Publi- cations, Vigilance Commit- tee, A.B.C., Scabbard and Blade. EDWIN G, GIDEON El Dorado Lambda Chi Alpha, Mixed Chorus, Botany Seminar. MARY KATE GILMORE joneslzoro Delta Gamma, Pi Kappa Secretary, Lambda Tau Pres- ident, Panhellenic, Octagon, Secretary-Treasurer, C h e e r Leader. I. GOLD Brooklyn, N. Y. Tau Epsilon Phi, Phi Eta Sigma, Honor Roll, Inter- Fraternity Council. PAUL GOSS North Little Rock Kappa Alpha. ELFA IRENE GREGG Fayetteville Botany Seminar, Zoology Seminar, Glee Club. FRANK HEARNE Popular Bluff, Mo. Sigma Chi, University Theatre, G e r m a n, Club, Black Cat, Cotillion. JACK M. HOBSON Fort Smith Traveler Staff, Razorback Staff, University Theater, Press Club, Phi Beta Kappa, President Art Club. ALLENE HOLTON Poteau, Okla. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Y. W.C.A., Womcnis League, Vigilance Committee. stlfgm '1 I Mig.--.:A,.-ji..ym:,a' f Y H. Y '-3'i'fi1lii1'i?1Rf'-lb ' M 4.5.4-,Ri-,fi -1-.-.wi .. l 'e I' , . I 'fUf"i-ala:-.Aa-ire fi'?2B?2i-.W .W-if' if ' , . .ff -as.5:1-Wfii5eiSi9l5l.a:r'tt T, .tt..+. S.ENIORS OWEN ELKINS . . Sigma Chi, Orchestra. CLARENCE R. EVANS . Major in Education. ALICE FINGER . Lambda Tau. EDNA GIBSON . Chi Omega. HELEN JANE GILE . . . Walnut Ridge Anna, Tex. . Fclrmington Tulsa, Okla. . Little Rock Pi Beta Phi, University Theatre, International Relations Club, Wesley Players, Blaclgfriars, Y.W.C.A., Women's League, Vice- President, City League. LE ROY W. GILES . ., . Fayetteville HUGH F. GINGERICH ........ Springdale Phi Eta Sigma, Phi 'Beta Kappa, Pi Mu Epsilon. BENJAMIN GINSBERG .... i. ,. . Boston, Maxx. Hillel Society President, Pre-Med Club, German Club. RICHARD M. GOODING, .' . . Fayetteville ARNOLD HENRY GOULD .... Bloomfield, N. Treasurer Pre-Med Club, Hillel Society Publicity Manager, Vertebrate Zoology Seminar, Social Committee. MURRY GUINN GRAY . . HELEN JANETTE GRAHAM ' ' c Honor Roll, Deutscher Verein Vic FLORENCE MAY GREGG . Botany Seminar, Phi Alpha Beta. VINCENT M. HANCOCK . Major in Education. IRENE YOUNG I-IILL . VIRGINIA HINKLE . . . . Wicker . . Lowell -President, Bontany Seminar. . Fayetteville . Rison . Pyalt .......Ne1vport Pi Beta Phi, Blaclcfriars, Swastllca, Women's League, Y.W. C.A., Razorback Staff. CHARLES HOLDER . WILLIAM T. HOLT, JR. . BETTY HOOPER .... . Little Rock . . Newport . Fayetteville Delta Gamma Treasurer, Social Chairmang Secretary Junior Class, Social Committee, Secretary Associated Students, Inter- national Relations Club, Y.W.C.A., Women's League, Rifle Club, W.A.A., Razorback Staff. TOM GEORGE HUDSON . . . Fayetteville SENIORS JOHN I'IUTCl'IISON . . . Alpha Lambda Tau, Traveler . . . . . . . Gravette Editor '37, Managing Editor PQ, Blue Key, Press Club, Writer's Club, Pershing Rifles, Honor Roll '31, '35, '36, MARGARET JACOWAY ........ Little Rock Pi Beta Phi, President, Vice-President, Guidon, Octagon, Miss Arkansas Traveler, Pi Kappa, Blaclcfriars, Women's League, Pan-Hellenic Council. HELEN JOHNSON .......... Fayetteville Pi Kappa, Lambda Tau, Wesley Players, Honor Roll. CREO JONES . DOROTHY JOPLING . Chi Omega. ROBERT KAGAN . Hillel, German Club. H- M. KITCHENS, JR. . Sigma Nu. .IESSIE MAY KITE .... . Mt. Ida . Texarkana . . Wert New York, N. J. . . Waldo . . . . .Hoilister,Mo. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Women's League, Y.W.C.A., Sigma A-lPl'1a Iota, President, Glee Club. ISIAH LEW ....... . . . Woodridge, N. Y. Kappa Nu, President, Inter-Fraternity Council, Viligance Committee. FREDERICK LEWIS . . . AlPl1H Chi Sigma, Pi M, Epsilon. JOHN ROBERT LYLE . PATTY JOE MAI-IONEY . Pi Beta Phi, Guidon, Swastika. WILLIAM JACOB MAISEL . Kappa Nu, Hillel, Vice-Presid Staff '35, Pre-Med Club, Internati ARTHUR MARCUS .... . . DeQueen . .Mena . . El Dorado . . . .Bridgeport,Conn. ent, German Club, Traveler onal Relations Club. . . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Kaliipa Nu, Honor Roll, Traveler Staff, German Club, Hillel, Second Prize in Carl Schurz Memorial Essay Contest, Phi Beta Kappa, PHILIP F. MARK ..... . .4 . . Eureka Spring: KQPPH Sigma, Pre-Med Club, President, Glee Club. LEE ROY MARTIN . . . . . . . . . . Harrison Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, German Club, Secretary. JAMES GRALIAM MERRICK Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WARREN G.MOODY . . . . . . .Naslwille T ler Texas . . . . . y , Sigma Nu, Branner Geology Club, Black Cat, Cotlillion. LLOYD MCCAULEY . C!'B'. M:CLELLAND . . . . Stuttgart . . . . . . Fayetteville Sigma Chi, Blue Key, Blaclcfriars, Razorbazk Staff, Business Manager rss, Who's Who. .iT:,f11p "if f ' "W """ ""-F'-" fi--:hu"P"1" A w . .g':i , :il-:ff '4-. 7 5 ' '4 L, ' 'ipiwfQY1f " ' A hi 1-2.3.5315-can. - . ':-i1:.fa'f"I'.'m-frf .. .- .,. -:, Lv - r'iL' 'R 2 ' G Q 1 3 wx , 4 ,A A M54 . ..,T.I I f - e 4. If Q ,., l ,mg IMG- f X' .ff-.f,f,. , , ' w e afar, Xf,egiw,'i xo.. . .e ' .LR-'Eff'-'Q" 1-I ,N ' ' gf' i 'H . I ' 5,-iff, ' , , 1, ,Are t L 'WH' 'f ' -'H J M ' i BILLIE RUTH JAMES Joplin, Mo. T ri Delta, Presidenet, Swastika, President, Rootin, Rubes, Women's L e a g u e, President, Blackfriars, W.A. A., Panhellenic, Treasurer. MARY JO JONES Cabot KATHERINE KEICHER Springdale Pi Mu Epsilon, Secretary, Rootin, Rubes, W o m e n ' s L e a g u e , Y.W.C.A., 4-H House, President, ALEXANDER KLEINMAN Bronx, N. Y. Vigilance Committee, Pre- Med Club, German Club, Hillel Society. ZOLON LOONEY Charleston ROBERT L. MAIN Lauann Wesley Players, President, University Theatre, Publicity Mgr., Band, Orchestra, Press Club, Writerls Club, Wesley Foundation Council, Presi- dent, Traveler Staff, Razor- back Staff, Dramatic Editor. MORTIMER MARK New York, N. Y. Kappa Nu, Hillel, Pre- Med. PARKER MAYNARD, JR. Eufaula, Olzla. Pre-Med Club. HAROLD J. MORRIS Little Rock Freshman Football, Trave- ler Staff, Assistant Business Manager. CAZORT MCCLURKIN El Dorado Honor Roll 1 5 - D if il 1. E g, ilu! :gli Mg. li? . H-.- e...........-.............,...-.......,...,.. .- . .,.,,......,,hllg , W., W-,V , in J 1, my-vw, 'A-'Av--V, r- f. 7??35'f7 Q' ' ' . ' , 5- 'E'f31fyeiv3E3, I 1 fifth JAMESINA McDANIEL Jonesboro Chi O m e g a , President, Panhellenic, Secretary, W.A. A. Vice-President, Student Senate, Pi Mu Epsilon, Vice- President, Psi Chi, Vice-Pres- ident, Octagon, President, Women's League. SIDNEY M. NOVEMBER Tulsa, Okla. Kappa Nu, Black Cat Co- tillion, Social Committee, Traveler Staff, W ri t e r ' s Club. MORGAN PARKER El Dorado RUTH E. PITTMAN Fayetteville Zeta Tau Alpha, Rootin' Rubes, University Theatre, YWCA, Women's League, Wesley Players, Rifle Club, International Relations Club. FRANK ROBERTSON Benton Orchestra. VIRGINIA ROBINSON Cincinnati Pi Beta Phi, Y.W.C.A., President, 'Women's League, University Theatre. MARY FRANCES ROUW Fayetteville Pi Beta Phi. JOHN K. SHAMBLIN Fayetteville Debate Team. ONA LEE STINSON Arbdown Honor Roll, Lambda Tau, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Beta Kappa. SAM M. SWEARINGEN Little Rock Orchestra, G l e e Cl u b, Scabbard and Blade, Ger- man Club, Branner Geology Club, Phi Beta Kappa. ARTS AND SCIENCES 9.0 x . ' . , 7 ,flffg-'iifff ' 4. L' I 3 4 ' . 1 SLIFI3 T-',"i-: V'f'A'3nj.7f fr w'?-"z5e"- F 'Q . ivan, ' 'v g J QL- .Y...-g,.ga:e,...,..., ,',,,,!'x1 ' ' ' , H, -2' IP 'fx i ii' f SiENIORS NANCY McDONALD ......... Smacleover Kappa Kappa Gamma, German Club, Women's League, Y.W.C.A. RUTH M.WILLlAlVlS . . El Dorado Pi Beta Phi. MARY LOUISE OAKES ..... . . Magnolia Pi Beta Phi, Y.W.C.A., Women's League. I LEWIS F. OWENS . . . . . . . Rogers COYE PEARCE ........... Little Rock Delta Gamma, Rifle Club, International Relations Club, Women's League, Y.W.C.A., Pre-Med Club. TOMMIE M. PHILBECK . .U ...... Fayetteville Lambda Chi Alpha, Scabbatd and Blade Captain. . 1 ' N. C. RILEY, JR. . . . . Morrilton Band, Pre-Med Club. SARABEL ROBERTS ..... ' .... Little Rock Delta Gamma, University Theatre, International Relations, Board of Publications, Guidon. , KATHLYN ROBINSON-'. . U ...... Little Rock Delta Gamma, Secretary, Rifle Club, Pre-Med, International Relations, Women's League, Y.W.C.A. ROBERTA MADELINE ROBINSON . . Fayetteville FRANCES ROSSNER ..... ' .... Little Rack Delta Gamma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Treasurer, Womenis Vigilance Committee, International Relations Club, St. Pat's Queen. ARTHUR ABBOT ROTHMAN . . Brooklyn, N. Y. VIRGINIA CAIN SANSBURY . . . . . Little Rack Kappa Delta, University Theatre, Psi Chi, Pi Kappa, Senior Class Treasurcr, Women's Vigilance Committee, Lambda Tau. SIDNEY SBAR . . . . ...... New York MILTON SOFFER . . Far Rockaway, N. Y. Honor Roll. ' DAVE REX SOKOLOV ....... Brooklyn, N. Y. University Theatre, Blaclcfriars, Writer's Club, Poetry Club. 'ISABEL STORMS .......... Tulsa, Okla. Pi Beta Phi, Guidon, Swastika, Women's League, Panhellenic, Octagon. LENORE BABB SWEARINGEN ..... Little Rock Sigma Epsilon Sigma, President, Octagon, Kappa Pi, Phi Beta Kappa. THEODORE R. SYLVAN ..... New York, N. Y. Fren h Club, Menorah, Political Science Club, Pershing Rifles, International Relations Club, Hillel, Student Senate. HOWARD ALAN THORPE ..... . Joplin, Mo. Pi Mu Epsilon, German Club, Y.M.C.A., Honor Roll. SENIURS HUGH G. TREECE, JR . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Chi Sigma R. W. VELVIN ........ . Marshall , . Lewisville Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vigilance Committee. G. H. WAGNER . . Pi Mu Epsilon. W. DOYLE WALDRON . EARL j. WAUGH . Pi Mu Epsilon. RICHARD C. WAUGH .... . . Mulberry , Waskom, Texas . Fayetteville . Fayetteville KQPP-1 Sigma, Alpha Chi Sigma, Phi E:a Sigma, Gite Club. NADIA WOOD ...... Pi Beta Phi, Swastika, Cheer Leader. .IOSEPHINE YOUNG ..... . Hot Springs . Fort Smith Chi Omega, Won1ci1's League, Rifle Club, W.A.A. IUNIURS JACK S. AMBROSE ....... . . DeQueen MILTON AMENT . . . New York City BETTIE BARNES ,,,,,,. . . . Fayetteville Pi Beta Phi Vice-President Pi Bcta Phi '36-'37g Secretary Bliltlslfriars '36-'37, Guidon, ,XVomen's Relflfwhs Club, Traveler Staff. JAMES BENTON ...... KUPPH Sigma, Fcotball '34-'35, A Club: ERWIN W. BLANKINSHIP, JR. . Sigma Nu, Black Cat Cotillion. LAWSON W. BOBBITT, JR. . sigma Chi. WILLIAM BROOKS . . s'Smfl Alpha Epsilon. WILLIAM L. BROWN . League, International . . .Fordyce . MeGeln-e . . Pine Bluff . Et Dorado . , Fayetteville LEONARD BUSMAN . . . . New York Cay MARY STEWART BUTLER ....... oamla Delta Delta Delta, W.A.A., NVomen's League, Rifle Club '34-35. EUGENIA CALLAHAN ......... Carlisle Chi Omega, Freshman Cheer Leader, W.A.A., President Rifle Club, Panhellenic Student Senate Wcmen's League '34- 373 Hcnor Roll, Uniwiersity Theatre. i J- C. CAMPBELL ....... . Onedia Kappa Sigma, A.B.C., Black Cat Cotillion. ARTS AND SCIENCES it at 35 Eff' .1 X .w -fair: , 22.1 - xtyu' A-I I . . rstaa 4 ' " H. 'ri' ' T' ' L.. - -X "fu k, . . 1 f- . . L' " t 4' ' ,V lil"'iIr , fry' 1 R . , " ,'.i'inlgfg'Ig x . CARL D. WAGNER Tulsa. Oltla. Sigma Nu, Branner Geol- ogy Society, Black Cat Co- tillion. BURKETT XWAMSLEY Bixby, Okla. Sigma Chi, Writers Club, Press Club, A.B.C., Black- friars. ALPHA WILLIAMS St. Paul, Miiiri. BERNARD ZELNICK Dallas, Texas Kappa Nu, German Club, Hillel, Razorback Staff '35- '36 THOMAS R. ASHCRAFT Little Rock Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Seab- harcl and Blade. GRAHAM BLACK Coming Lambda Chi Alpha, Black- friars, University Theatre, Alpha Kappa Psi, Mixed Chorus, A.B.C. Poetry Club, Razorba lc Staff, Honor Roll. AMON R. IEOWIE Orreola FLORENE BURKE Oknmlgee ANNABETH C. CAIN Little Rock Delta Gamma, Woxncn's League '34-'36, Pi Kappa, Psi Chi, Y.W.C.A., Uni- versity Th'atre. JOHN CARSON Fayetteville Mixed Chorus. .,,...,,.,. ... V, ,.. -' .Q . Y -'Lf'."3,7"f.f1yifrfgfggg H- 1, j i f '. -'fr f-A - -aaa.,-f --5 1 -if L .1-pu.-.4 1, .. .. . 'L J' - -...Ji-'. . L-fr . -1 . .r 4 wx-,7 v jr, ,, aww-:fini -"5 .g . M. , 'af gi.. --I gvjf... ., X L 1 L s 'AWA gr. X r -,hi QF?- s, 1 Aysfi J' ., H I A f at , A 3,,.. ,fx .1 5' 1 .1 5. , ff W- --W ,ig il l ' I' 'A ,ru ,,,Ef ' . Lifgeggf vi ifgltj 'i.:if:'.i."1T1i ' I JOHN E. CHAMBERS, JR. Il Danville , Kappa Sigma. I 'li WILEY B. COLEY Foreman 4:5 JOHN DODSON iii, Hot Spring: Ei' Sigma Alpha E p silo n, Band, Pre-Med Club. I ii 'Il 'il 'i I fi JOHN DUMANSKI i i East Patterson, N. I. H, El. 'li Ili ii' J li Jil' 13.1 1 1 'Ii RUTH GILBERT ll iw. Little Rock 4'-J Delta Gamma. - pl: ii ,ini .J ,: ,-.I :wi iw lm. J., 'ii .H .. . II il GEORGE E. GGSNELL Ozark if 1 3 ,Y M ROBERT B. HALL our Park, 111. jig Phi Em Sigma, Pi Mu 131 Epsilon. J, ,a , i GEORGE L. HARVEY Little Rock University Theatre '35-'36, THELMA HINSON Fort Smith 1 J ?. i.,i AW .,. ARTS AND SCIEN 36 CES IULNIORS A. B. CHAPMAN . . .... Hamburg ALBERT L, CHICK . . Union City. N. Kappa Nu. AGNES O. COFFNIAN . . Kev ALLYNE. CRUTCHFIELD ....... Van Buren MILDRED-ELEANOR DANFORTH. . Fort llfortlr. Tax Pi Beta Phi, Bfackfriars, NX7.A.A. LLOYD DARNELL . . . . Barton DOROTHY DOUGLAS ......... Pine Bluff Pi Kappa, Deutscher Verein, Wom':n's League, Secretary Car- nall Hall Governing Board, Honor Roll '35-'36, Women's Vigil- ance Committee, Y.W.C.A., Razorback Staff. ANN BuBARD .........,. Marked Tree Pi Beta Phi, Wcmen's League, Y.W.C.'A., Guidonz Swastika. J. WILLIAM DUGGAR ........ Fayetteville SAUL FEDER . . . New, York City, N. Y. Kappa Nu. EDWIN GARDNER . . .Crorselt Sigma Phi Epsilon. EVELYN FRANCES GEORGE' . '. . Fayetteville JANE GOLDBECK ........ Fort Worth, Tex. Chi Omega, Women's League, Rifle Club, Chorus, Inter- national Rclations Club, Pi Kappa. MURRAY GOODFRIEND . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. MINOR E. GORDON . . Pi Kappa Alpha. . Claremore, Okla. VIRGINIA GREENHAW ........ Fayetteville Chi Omega, Women's League, International Relations Club. BENJAMIN GUBERMAN . . . . Brookfyn, N. Y. Hillel. JOHN H. GUNN . . .. ....... Joplin, Mo. Kappa Sigma, Tau Kappa Alpha, Scabbarcl and Blade, De- bate Team '34-'35, Traveler Staff. BOB HAMP ............ Kokomo, Ind. Sigma Chi, Glee Club '35, Press Club '35-'36, Band '35-'36, Orchestra '35, A.B.C. Club. DOROTHY JANE HARPHAM . . . Little Rock Delta Delta Delta. r W. H. HARRIS, JR. . . . Earle Sigma Chi. WILLARD HAWKINS . . . Little Rael! Sigma Nu, Razorback Staff. OTIS HAYS, JR ............ Fayetteville Pershing Rifles, Press Club, Writer's Club, Traveler Staff. JEAN HEIDEN ..... ' ..... Little Rock Delta Gamma, Pi Kappa, Rcotin' Rubes, Women's Vigilance Committee '36, Traveler Staff '36. TRUSTEN HARLEY HOLDEN . . . LittfeRock DUANE ISLEY ...... . . Fayetteville Honor Roll '35-'36, Botany Seminar. MASTON JACKS ......... Douglas, Ariz. Theta Kappa Nu, Traveler Staff, Razorba:k Staff, A.B.C., Press Club, President Theta Kappa Nu. M X K JUNIDRS PEARL JEFFERSON .... . . Bentonville WILLIAM J. JERNIGAN, JR. . . Sigma Chi. ALICE FERGUSON JONES ....... Fayetteville Pi Beta Phi, University Theatre, Rootin' Rubes, Y.W.C.A., W.A.A., Women's Rifle Club, Honcr Roll, Lambda Tau, Deutscher Verein, Woman's League, International Relations Club. . Little Rork SAM W. KEATH . . . Howell Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MARY LOIS KEITH . . . Fayetteville Y.W.C.A. LQUETTA KENDRICK ...... . .l0Plin, Mo. Pl Beta Phi, Y.W.C.A., Women's League. HARRY REX LAND, JR .......... ,loiner Honor Roll '34-'35, '35-'36, International Relations Club. MARY ELIZABETH LEMLEY .... . . . Hope Chi Omega, Hendrix Transfer. FRED LENOWITZ . . . . B700kly11,N. Y. ELMER LINCOLN, JR. ........ Texarkana , Sigma Chi, Band '34, Psychology Club, Vigilance Committee 35, Razorback Staff '36 DOTTIE ANNE MAPES .... . Fart Smith Chi Omega, Blackfriars, Wo1nen's League MERRILL MARSH . . . . . Fort Smith Editor of "Numa." MARY MEISER . . . . Paragoula' Chi Omega. SARAH LEE MOORE ..... . . . Prescott Chl Omega, Transfer from Hendrix. THORNTON C. MOORE ...... Arrington, N. . Kappa Kappa Psi, Alpha Lambda Tau, Press Club, Manag- 'ng Editor Traveler. MARGARET MCALLISTER ....... Joplin. Mo. Zeta Tau Alpha, Women's League, Y.W.C.A., Mixed Chor- us, Cabinet of Y.W.C.A., International Relations Club. MARJORIE McCONNELL ..... . Fayetteville BETTY McCURRY ....... . Russeflville Pl Beta Phi, Y.W.C.A., Woxnen's League. IDA MAE MCGUIRE .......... Prexrott Sigma Alpha Iota, Orchestra, Women's League. BETTY ALLYN NETTLESHIP ..... Fayetteville Pi Kappa, Vice-President '36-'37, Roatin' Rubes, Treasurer '36-'37. I-ENA MILLS NEWTON . . Danville, Va. KUPPA Kappa Gamma. JAMES IRA PARTAIN ..... . Fort Smitlv BARBARA PAYNE ...... . .... Little Rock Chi Omega, Blackfriars, Rifle Club, Women's League, Lamb- da Tau, Secretary. HELEN SUE PEARSON ........ Fayetteville Honor Roll '34-'35-'36, B.S.U. Vice-President, '35-'36. MARY PORTER . . . Fayetteville ANDREW PONDER ........ Walnut Ridge Sigma Chi, Freshman President '34, Student Senate '35, Razorback Assistant Manager '35, Glee Club, Blue Key. MAX A. PRICE . . . . . .... Russellville ARTS AND SCIENCES "'M-QlfQ'1-.. l.......,....j 4 ' ' ll w- MARY EVA KANE Fayetteville AUSTIN LA MARCHE Chirago. Ill. Intramurals. LOUISE LILLARD Fart Smith Chi Omega, University Theatre, Rifle Club, Mixed Chorus, Women's League. VIRGINIA MARTIN Blytbeville Delta Delta Delta, Sigma Alpha Iota. H. D. MORGENBESSER Brooklyn, N. Y. Lampoon, Hillel. SCOTT MCCUSKEY Stuttgart Kappa Sigma, Alabama Transfer. IONE OTTE Pine Bluff Delta Delta D lta, Histor- ian '35, Vice-President '36, Vigilance Committee, Secre- tary of Guidon, Texas Maid '35, Homecoming Maid '36, Texas Maid '36, W.A.A., Women's League. RUTH E, PENROSE Hunter Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Root- in' Rubes, Guidon, Y.W.C. A., Women's League. NATHANIEI. PRICE Brooklyn, N. Y. Hillel Society, Traveler '35-'36. 37 RALPH RAWLINGS Waldron Sigma Phi Epsilon, Honor Roll, Football '36, Track '36 '37, Basketball '35-'36, A Club, Co-Captain Track '37. RUBELLE ROARK Anderson, Mo. Pi Beta Phi, Y.W.C.A., Home Ec Club, League of Women Voters, Chorus, A.D.A., Blackfriars, Agri- culturist Staff. LEIGHTON RUDOLPH A rkadelplaia Sigma Chi, German Club, Pershing Rifles, Phi Eta Sigma, Razorback Staff '37, LEON SMALL Maywood, N. J. Kappa Nu, Varsity Track College of the City of New York. KATHERINE STEEL Texarkana Pi Beta Phi, Phi Alpha Beta, Y.W.C.A., Women's League, CARROLL WADLEY Little Rock Kappa Sigma. MARY E. WESTON Neorlvo, Mo. MILDRED WHYTE Pine Bluff Pi Beta Phi, Women's League, Sigma Alpha Iota, Mixed Chorus Accompanist, Y.W.C.A. ROBERT B. WILLIAMS Fort Smith Black Cat Cotillion. ARTS AND SCIENCES it as H. - JUTNIORS JAMES' Mf REAMES . Pre-Med Club. JAMES D. REYNOLDS ..... Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Hendrix Transfer. JOHN RIDDLER . . . Kappa Sigma. RUTH ROBINSON . . Phi Theta Kappa. JACK ROSE ..... International Relations Club. CARL E. ROWDEN . . BERNICE RUSHER . . . . Hughes . . Cazntlen . . . .Fort Smith . Tulsa, Okla. . . . Fort Smitlz . Fayetteville . ,...... . Brinkley Pi Beta Phi, Y.W.C.A., Woinelxs LeaL.1e, Sigma Alpha Iota. BILLY RUSSELL . . .... Marion AL SIVIN ...... . Brooklyn, N. Y. Kappa Nu, German Club. DOYNE M. SMITH . . BILLY SOMERS . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MARY ELIZABETH SPENCER .... Kappa Kappa Gamma, Rootin' Rubes, .Poetry Cl FRED STUART . . . DAVID TOPPERMAN . Kappa Nu. NELLE WADDELL . Pi Kappa. JAMES P. WALKER . B. DAVIS WA gen . Glee Club. fire ROBERT B. WATSON . VIVIAN BETH WHELEN Wesley Players. MARY KATHERINE WHITAKER . . Y.W.C.A., International Relations Club. SYBIL WHITE .... 4-H House. JAMES T. WILLCOXON Pi Kappa Alpha. EUGENE J. WILLIAMS . . Social Committee '36-I37. H. L. WILLIAMS, JR. . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Interna.ional Iltlations L. EDWIN ALLEN WILLIAMSON .... Pershing Rifles '36-'37. Sulplmr Rock . Little Rock . El Dorado ab. . . Newport Bronx, N. Y. Tyler, Texas . l"ayette'vtlle . Emerson Red Oak, Iowa . Fayetteville . Fort Srnitlv . . Kenrett . . Corning . Fayetteville . Fayetteville l..b. . . DeQueen BENJAMIN WOLFGANG .... Los Angeles, Calif. Kappa Nu, German Club, Hillel Club, Vigilance Committee, Assistant Business Manager of Arkansas Traveler. EARNIE EDWARD WRIGHT ..... . . Cisco Honor Roll '34-'35-'36, Debate Club Do, 1.xL.r..a.i.mal Re- lations Club, Y.M.C.A. SUPHOMOREJS ARTS Ann SCIENCES JOSEPH ANTON ADAMCIK WILMA JANE ALFORD . FRANCES ARKY . . BERNIECE BARNETT . , N FRANCES LOIS BARRIER . HENRY B. BATEMAN . VINCENT W. BEACH . . . MARY WOOD BEAUCHAMP RICHARD H. BEAN .... KATHERINE D. BELL . JOELLA BERRY ..... MAURICE ANTONY BERRY . . . GUTHRIE WM. BILLINGSLEY JUDY CAROLINE BLACK . . LOU ELLA BELLE BLACK . S. DEESON BOND . . HOWARD LEE BOST . MARIA BOURLAND . . MARGARET BRIGGS . . E. BURKE BROWN . RICHARD BULGIN . . CHARLES EDWIN CAIN . LEWIS CALLISON . . . JAMES D. D. CAMPBELL . . JUDGE C. CHAPMAN . I CAROLYN CHEEVES . RUTH CHERRY . . Paxsaic,N.J. . . Pine Bluff . Miami, Florida . Rogers . Helena . . Clarendon . . Greenwood . . El Dorado . . F ayelleville New York, N. Y. . . . Bentonville Rochelle Park, N. J. . . Melbourne . Ml. Vernon, Ill. . Texarkana . Crawforalxville . Clarksville . Fort Smith , . .Rogers . . Colton Plant . Poleau, Olila. . . Fayelteville . . Rogers . . F or! S mitb . . Ada, Okla. . Cameron, Texas . Jonesboro 6? X'1:4i:,g. . 1.1:,14:4Li1t., 'g:-.,:.,, 4. ""'-"FA" - Ji! A '...11NY" "" "' " 1 7 J ' vlki ,Ev I., ...eq .v, J. PHILIP ARNO l'lo-Ho-Kux, N, I. RUTH BATENIAN Claremlon MARY C. BEEM Sluflgurl JAMES BICKMAN Bovlvn. Ma,rx. ARTHIJR A. I3l.UNI Brooklyn. N. Y. JOHN BRANCH Hot Springs VIRGINIA BUNCH Springdale HAROLD E. CARTER Ozark KENNETH M. CLARK Blue Mollrltairl . .. . .A .-. .... ,WX K? b : ,. f.. if . . ,ir-- f.. -1 ., j,, gyA-PP:-,-QQ?QSQLQQ-eff? ' ,i .,. 43,,s,.Lg . L-.' ,'.' ,Ag I -' -1-,gmmfmw .rf I'-"Af 1. N1 vi' ROLLA CLINEHENS Fayetteville ELIZABETH A. CRAIG il Bentonville i HASKELL H. DILLARD '- Glenwood ' RAYMOND EDWARDS . Fart Smith '5 MARY F. ENGLISH Fayetteville 5 ANDREW J. FEINMAN New York, N. Y. DON FULLER, JR. I I Sherman, Texas il I : I1 .N g. ANNIE MAE GOODWIN 121 El Dorado GERTRUDE GRAHAM , Lubbock, Texas 11 I 'l .I II ll I 5 ARTS ANID sclEN,cEs S 0 PTH 0 M 0 R E S J. P. CoLE .,,.. HAL CHENEY CONNER . MARY KATHLEEN COYLE CORA HELEN CROUCH . . AARON DENENBERC . . MAURICE DICI-IEK . . ARTHUR W. DILLINGHAM GENTRY W. DURHAM . DAVID EANES . JOHN EDWARD ELDRIDGE HAROLD C. ELLIS . . WAYNE ELLIOTT . PETER G. ESTES . WILLETTE EUSTICE . . . MARIE VIRGINIA FEARING JACK FEINTUCK l. . MORTON FLEISCHMAN . IRVING FREY .... KATHLEEN GARNER . SEYMOUR GOLDSCHEIN . GLORIA GOOCH . JACK E..GoRDoN . . VICTOR GORDY . LESLIE GRADY . DANE HARRIS . . RICHARD HILL . . SARA ZOE HILL . . . Alma . Hot Springs . . Fayetteville . . Springriale Woodridge, N. Y. New Yorli, N. Y. . Springdale . Paragoula' . . 'Fort Smith .l ,Forrest City . Garfield . Cellar Creek Marble Hill, Mo. . Russellville . . Camden . Brooklyn, N. Y. New York, N. Y. New York, N. Y. . . Fayetteville New Yoik. N. Y. . Rogers Claremore, Olcla. . . Little Rock . Des Are . Hot Springs . Fayetteville . . Fayetteville ,z . L, ,L-,,..,4-.,. 1:1 , 'xy--fr N , ... ai , , ,gfae.:,..-. g 'ff . f',,,if 'xx' i SOPHOM0 RES ARTS AND SCIENCES WILLIAM C. HILL ..... CHARLES HILLMAN HINTON . . J. J. HOLLOMON, JR ..... JAMES R. HOWELL, JR. . . . Pine Bluff . Little Rock . Wylie, Texas . . Paris HELEN YVONNE HUGHES ...... Fayetteville MARGARET VIRGINIA HUTCHINSON . Tul.ra,Okla. BETTY IRWIN . . EDWARD JACKSON . . HUGH JENNINGS , . EUGENIA JOHNSON . . LAURA MAE JOHNSTON . . BOBBY JONES ..... MATILDA KING . BEN KIRBY .... GEORGE KIRSCHNER . AARON KNYPER. . . . I-EO KOTCHEK . . HARRISON KUNZ . BILLY LOUISE LANDERS .... MARY ELIZABETH LANGHOERST HENRY LEE . C. V. LISMAN . . PAUL LITTLE ..... Columbus, Olvio Brooklyn, N. Y. , Alton, Ill. . Shreveport, La. . Prairie Grove . . Fayetteville . . Fayetteville . . . Harrison . . Brooklyn, N. Y. Woodridge, N. Y. Brooklyn, N. Y. . .Fayetteville . . Harrisburg . . Little Roele . Forrest City . El Dorado . Fort Smith WILLIAM LEWIS LITTLE . . Mansfield VIRGINIA MAGRUDER . . . Prairie Grove EDNA LYNN IVIAHL . . . Stuttgart PAUL A. MARINONI . . . Fayetteville 1 .M . Fri 9.1, A. 1 , Q 'J Er ,I 5' x ,MIK Hn I. fbi .3 Q m i -mfr - 'lr' 7135 :L FRANCES HoL'rzENuoREE Hazen RENA HYATT Birmingham, Ala. ALDRIDGE JOHNSON Greenwood JAMES JONES Alpena Pass JACK KOLCHNISKY Jamaica, N. Y. FORD' LACEY, JR. Fort Smitln NORMAN L. LEWIS Hope RAYMOND W. LUKE Fayetteville WILEY DAVID MAY Clarendon - fwavtf' -a.. -Y , H , 1 41 .Qfil v'-211: ' - 3, J -3 ilaemlif is -I f 4 t .v ,F 'f ' I I , - ,.',wggw EW f yfftgf I 'R I .,.-. Rv. ' ' ,L Jw A 4 I Ln-',. , . . Ig- M 1- '1 1'-'vi?"ff"'. . le" 'U' - A. 2:51 T?" fi, kgs?-fI.f1,s,1-'R wa '- R, A ' wfxrf. . 3, 1 .Wu , .. iiei I ARTS AND sciences S up H 0 M 0 R E S JULIET MAYFIELD Rogers ELIZABETH MCCOY Texarkumz JEAN McCLENDON Harlingen, Texas YVONNE NORMAN jnplin, Mn. REGINALD PETERSON Pnrlc Rir1'ge,lll. ANN PRITCHARD Hope MARY V. ROBERTSON Benton JOEL SALZBERG Glendale, N. Y. JIMMIE SEAY palVdAQ0ltlll V.-,,, ' , , : I- , A . 42 P.: .,:...-,.. -A -.1-f,g,,. ,. fwfr 1, ,..- , -, '- ,I I'-,.:-,,I.'a- . ,J .-.ww I- +R- , R-gi . fQI1G2mrn:?IRe ?f:,1.MIfI-: I If.,,I.LII:iF2f?iIIII,4wli5AIv3 A ' SIDNEY s. MILLER , . FREDERICK MILLSAPS. . . JACK RAYMOND MOORING HARRY E. McENTIRE . . JAMES SARA McFARLANE . ALBERT McGILL .... CLIFTON M MICHAEL . JAMES McMURRAY . . MARY KATHRYN McRAY ABRAHAM OKUN . MARY JETT ORTON . . HARRY D. PATTON . HAROLD PIcKLI3sI1v1I:R . PAUL PHILLIPS . JOI-IN POPE . ALBERT PUCKETT . , LEONARD B. RANDELL A, BLOSSOM ROARK . FAIRY ROBINSON . . MARY ALICE ROXWELL V. BEN A. RUSSELL . ABEL SANSONE . HELEN SAYER . . . HARRIET SCHULMAN . SHEPHERD SILBERSTEIN . ROBERT SILLINS . HOWARD SIMPSON . New York. N. Y. , Monroe, La. . Stillwater, Olcla. . . Pine Bluff . Hartford . . Little Rock . Fayetteville . Lake Village , , . . Arla, Olqla. New York. N. Y. . . . . Fulton . Bentonville . .Fayetteville Paterson, N. J. El Dorado . . . Roger: Brooklyn, N. Y. . . E1 Dorado . . Pine Bluff . El Dorado . Little Rnfk Haekenxack, N. J. . Springdale . Hot Springs Brooklvn, N. Y. New York, N.Y. . . Berryville , .x 1.1 521 A., Q, V ll A JR S 0 P H 0 M0 R E S ARTS AND SCIENCES H! WALTER SIMS ..... CLARENCE EMBREY SMITH GRIFFIN SMITH, JR. . . ARNOLD A. SPITZ . PETER STANLEY CARL STIEVENS . JOHN STOCKTON, JR. . BEULAH STONE . . TOM TAYLOR . DICK TIPTON . JUSTIN D. TUCKER . A. MICHAEL TUROFF . CECIL CHARLES WALKER , . . FRANKLIN WASKOWITZ . , . Harrison , Pine Bluff , Little Rock Bloomfield, N. I. Little Roelt . ,ludsonia , Siloam Springs . . Farrrzingtorx . Tulsa, Okla- . Blytheville . . Fayetteville Brooklyn, N. Y. Eureka Springs New York, N. Y. DON R. WEATHERS . . . Salem ROY WOOD, JR. ......... . Augusta F R E S H M E N JOHN E. ALEXANDER . . . Hartford SOL ALMAN .... LOUIS JOHN ASH . . RALPH ATWOOD , ROY L. BAKER, JR. . Lois BARTLDW . BAYDEN BASHE . . C. B. BEASLEY . . . Little Rock , . Forrest City , El Dorado , . Harrison . Little Rael! , . Fayetteville . Little Rock SAMUEL BUDDY BECKER .... New Yorlc.N. Y. WYLIE BEEBY .... . . Huntsville DEI-BERT BERGENSTAL , . Siloam Springs g. Elil JOHN H. SPICER Ioplirt,Mo. 4 ' COLLEEN STOCKFORD Q11 U Fayetteville L. K. TARKINGTON Cotton Plant JACK WALl.S Lunoke JACK VVHEELER Little Rael: BURNIE AMASON EI Dorado MORTIIVIER BARR New York, N. Y. EDNA FRANCES BEAN Liueoln VVILLIANI BIGGS Proctor 'IU 11759 Q1 'I H RAY ELAKELY ad if Hugo, Okla. :sip H51 315 J! viii! islz II-' GENE S. BROWNING Il" Paragoulzl 1 5 :Isl If 'Iii HS? I ' I I 'I vi ,J I I Rei RANDALL CI-IIDESTER Fort Smith If T Il I! 4 J Ili I .Iii MARY CASTLEEERRY Ioneshoro . li l gf. 1: .ii A1 DOROTHY CLAYTON I 5 I FortSmith fig I 5 Il Q il. . Z ,J . Fl ALLEN CURTIS ygj , . Mena P I: 1 .H i .EE I KIMMIE JANE DAVIS V V Bentonville I l. iz, If 6 li? v it ANN EDDINS V ' Pine Bluff .R I 13+ Q4 IM J I I ARTS AND SCIENCES 44 ,lx . HW lf. I JOSEPH FELDBERG A f Brooklyn, N. Y. i gl 35.1 M-Lj.2,,,,,,,M,,.,,-,,-...-,... 5 - , , . TY" ..,, -' FRESHMEN PAULINE BRADFORD . MICHAEL BRADY . . ROSEMARY BROOKS . DARLING EUGENIA EULLARD DOYLE BURNES . JIM CADY . KELLA CHRISTINE CAMPBELL HENRY CANADAY . MORTON CARNES . TRACY L. CHAMBERS . JOI-IN CLARK .... ORA LEA CLARK . NORA COOK . ELISE CORENBLUM . . . AMERICO ANTON CUONZO OSCAR L. CURTIS, JR. . JOI-INNIE DOLE . . . ROY ELMER OANUSER . . THOMAS DEPALMA . NETTIE LOU DIETSCH . WOODY DURDEN . RALPH H. ELLIOTT . . MARTHA EARLE . WILLEEN EDWARDS . FITTON GARVIN . ZENAS FORD . . . SARA JANE FRENCH . . . . Camden Denison, Texas . Tulsa, Olzla. . DeValls Bluff . Fayetteville . Rogers . Hot Springs . . Hotsprings . . Farmington , . . . Bauxite .' . Fayetteville . . Horatio . . Texarkana Birmingham, Ala. . West Memphis . Fayetteville Russum, Miss. . . HotSprings New York N. Y. . Black Oak . . Fort Smith . Eaglelon . Fayetteville . . Newark . Harrison . .Fayetteville Irxdianapolfs, Ind. RSS. FRESHMEN BILL FROGUE . PAT GEARHART . MAX GOLDMAN . . BETTY LYNNE GOODWIN . BOB GORDON . ADRIAN GOSS . BARTON GROOM . . . EARL MALCOLM GROOM . . LESLIE HAGOOD . . . A- D. HARLAN ..... THOMAS SHARIT HARRIS . . MADRENE HEDRICK . BETTY LOU HENRY . R- L. HENRY . . . SAM M. HODGES . KEITH L. HOLLOWAY, JR. . CLAUDE H. HOLTHOFF . MARY ALICE HORNE . CHARLES IVY . JOYCE IRBY ........ MARJORIE FRANCES JOHNSON PHILIP IRVING KEMPE . . MARTHA KENDRICK . JOHN KNIRE . . ROBERT A. LANE . ROLAND E. LANOUE . LESTER LEE, JR. . Columbus., Kan. , Malvern, Iowa Dorflrester, Marr. , Detroit, Mich. . Little Rock , . Harrison , Hot Springs , . Hot Spring: Fort Worth, Texas Seminole, Okla- . Little Rock . Green Forest . . Fayetteville , , jacksonville , . Oxreola . Fayetteville . . Gould , . Stonewall , Bentonville , Wal n ut Ridge . H afkett New York. N- Y- , , joplin, Mo. , Kokomo, Ind. . . Rusrellville Brockton, Mass. , . Ellzertorz, Ga. ARTS AND SCIENCES g 45 HERBERT GOLDOWITZ Portclrester, N. Y. WILLIAM W. GREGG Greenway MARIAN HAMP Kokomo, Ind . JANE HENDRICKS Little Rock LEWIS T. HOLIMAN Hamburg EARLE H. HUNT, JR. Clarkrville KENNETH G. JONES El Dorada ELISABETH LACEY Elaine BABE LEWELLYN Little Rock 1. . 3343. 5 W.. ., ,fl . 1 ,1 -w -ix., -,. . f VI-, .. IL Y. kai X 5 I gs 4 Sr ' 1 ' A ' N53 f s ,f-- I , 'R ig., -s'2i552.',.,'-gg. H' '- -1 WTI WS: W1 f'L 1 ,L . . if h any ' A N385 hfjfi' .T."3iK,1gQ vi ' s wp., Q rf V' frm L 794,- -iwf ,yu F, J 9 l . J, ul' 0 . 2-M 3 A 'sw u 1.511 A-. .. M., i. 'Riu 4 ,. .. r -V . . V1 ......,.,.-. . J' --. ,. tm. jv- mu' .. .,.. , ..,.. ,..f. ws.. ...,.,. ..,. rf vine ...,.,...--. , b. R ff' O, E PAUL E. LOWER Oak Park, Ill. RITA M. MARK Eureka Springs CHARLES MEANS Fort Smith HERBERT MORELAND Hot Springs WILLIAM D. MCCLAIN Little Rock NORMAN A. MCCURRY Mountain View BILL MCKNIGHT A ugusta BESS H. NORRIS Washington, D. C. WILLIAM F. PACE Eureka Springs ARTS AND SCIENCES ,.....-. ,........ . . . , . L, .. . .. . ,-.,.. . -,-,..,............E....,.........,..--.....--.. .. ...........-,.. - . , K wi" '1 HW r ...... mm. . ..........,L.,.. ...............-.... .T -.,-.- ..--.. .... ..., - .x:WZ'1flfj,'i79. 5,-rw .' "Tiff 46 gqpgwfiprx :w in R, zf. ggggmw mx 5,51 :W5W,,,1hi,:?Tg, . ? .,., . ., ' -.f:'f'1"J'- M' V . Uwlff'- i, I-A.',:.f.:,'5,br, - A 1 gf? rfz, jihgfifi' J?-if nf' Ii 5 . . 1-Y-' '-Cf1.a.,,s-gg. - .,f.'1xygy5.z"!e '1"'.H'.,g:f, ".g.j'51r7-J, 'ER IE FRESHMEN GLOYD. LYON ..... ANTHONY V. MINNINO . . LEE MARCUM ..... BURKE MARTIN .... CHARLES ,B. MATTHEWS . WILLIAM A. MATTHEWS, JR. . MARY KATHERINE MOLLOY FRED SPELLMAN MOORE . JOHN B. MOORE . MINNIE MAE MORGAN . . GEORGE MURPHY . - ROBERT s. McCALL . WILLIAM R. MCCLINTOCK . EILEEN MECOY .... EWELL ROSS MCCRIGHT . MARION McFARLAND . I DONALD McINNES . . WILLIAM H. McINTYRE . . PRENTICE ELLA MCKOWN . DAN McLEAN .... ROBERT E. McCLELLAND' . MAX BROWN OSTNER . ROBERT C. OWENS . . . HELEN LUCILE OWSLEY . GEORGE HOWARD PARSONS DAVID PARTAIN . . MARY SUE PARTAIN . . . . Ranger, Texas . New York, N. Y. . . Joplir1,,Mo. . . Mena . Spriiigrlalc . Little Rock . . Joplin, Mo. . . Pine Bluff . - Clare-na'on . . Joplin, Mo. . . . Hot Springs . . Lonoke . . Lake Village . . Paragoulal . Benton . . Austin, Texas . . . Hartfords . . lfast Chicago, lnrl. Colorado Springs, Colo. . . Blytheville . junction City . Helena ' . . Rogers . Ncosho, Mo. . . . Faayelteville . Van Buren . Van Buren 5p:.i:.f-"""""!...2 FRESHM PATRICIA PECK . PAUL PETTIGREW . . MAURELLE PICKENS . HARRIET BARBARA PHILLIPS A. R. PINKERTON, JR .... JOHN K. PLUMMER . ROBERT W. PORTER . . . ELIZABETH ANN POSTON GLENN SIMPSON POUND . LYMAN PRIEST . . . PERRIN RADEMACHER . ALBERT RAILSBACK . MARGARET REEVES . MARGARET REID . VAN REID . . WALTER RICHARDS . . JANE GREY RIDLEY . JOHN CLARK RILEY FLORENCE ROBINSON . . MARY LYNN ROBINSON . MARY LYNN RYLE . JACK SARGENT . . . IRVING SWARTZBERG . . MARGARET v. SEAMSTER . SYDNEY PAUL SCHIFF . . ELI SELIKOFF ,,,,,, DOROTHY JEANNE SEVIER . i' 1. , , ,Tul:a,Okld- E N ARTS AND SCIENCES , . Fayetteville . Farmington . Newport , . Altheimer . . A mity , . Carlisle , Fort Smith . Joplin, Mo. , . Alma . . Newport , Wheaton, Ill. , . Pine Bluff , , El Dorado , Joplin, Mo. , . Sheridan . Van Buren , , jonerhoro . Fort Smith Roundup, Montana , . Gurdvll , . Little Rock New York. N- Y- , . Rogers . Brooklyn,N. Y. . New York. N.Y- . Hot Springs 47 N . I af -IL , 1.62. . PATTY PHILIP Fort Pierre, S. D. ESTH ER POOLE McGahee NEIL PRESTON Mc-na SIDNEY RANKIN Newport ANNE RHEA Ifayettcvillc JOE W. ROBERTSON Little Rock ERNESTINE SANDLIN Hackett W. T. SEAWELL Pine Bluff ED. R. sI-IAPARD, JR. Muskogee. Okla. -,. hh.. -X x . . ,ia-aw' RQ WARD LEWIS SHAW Milo, Me. DOUGLAS SMITH Jonesboro JACK N. SOWDER Fayetteville WILLIAM F. STEWART Forrest City FLOY D THOMAS Greenland CHARLES E. WARNER Fort Smith ELIZABETH A. WILLEY Marianna JOHN W. WOOD Mena DAN WYLDS Marianna ARTS AND SCIENCES 48 FRESHMEN DICK SHEARIN ' . JULIA SIMPSON . VIRGINIA SLY . ELAINE SMITI-I . OTI-IAR SMITH, JR. . STEDMAN MILLS SUYDAM, JR. . . . WILLIAM G. SPENCER FELIX M. STACY . RADFORD STEELE . J. W. SUTHERLAND . ANNA SUE THOMAS . ELIZABETH CAROL THOMAS . . JUNE TREES . . ELLIS VAUGHN . CAMILLE WALDRON . SIDNEY WEISSMAN . WILDA WHITESCARVER LOUISE WHITFIELD . H. J. WILLIAMS, JR. . SAM WILLIAMSON , . HERBERT WILSON . . SIDNEY R. WOROB . BOBBY WRIGHT . MARY CATHERINE YANCEY . . PARK LEROY ZIMMERMAN . . . Hat Springs . . Pine Bluff . Fayetteville . Nevazla, Mo. . . Rogers . Clzirago, Ill. . . M6114 . . Wynne . . Fort Smith 1 . . Rogers . . , . Prairie Grove . Fayetteville . . Tulsa, Olzla. . Fayetteville . Walnut Ridge Brooklyn, N. Y. Webb City, Mo. . . Lonoke . Junction City . . PineBluff . Little Rock Paterson, N. . . Forre:tCity . .Marianna . Fayetteville - A W L QQ 1 O 1 3 v t ll TERMAN, D 49 EAN One more step in the rapid expansion ol' the School of Law came last year with its movement into new quar- ters in a building of its own. In thirteen years, under the guidance ol' Dean .l. S. Waterman, it has grown from a school of only fourteen students to one of more than one hundred. Early in its existence it proved its competence: a fact recgnized by the admission of graduates of the school to the practice ot' law in the state without taking the bar examination. Since that time it has continued to advance in material and method. And along with this academic growth Dean Waterman has encouraged an increasing interest in both the legis- lature and judiciary of the state as a whole. l-le has given instruction in procedure before the legislature and has helped in the drafting of many slate laws. Close touch has also been maintained with lawyers in Arkansas and the school has offered them valuable service. ti! 1 5 sw R kif.vki:aiA' S nb:-55 v , 4: j' 1. f"f 11,13 ' PM 2:171"A T-. xr V M- w GE " 44 51 5 IN LAW III RAYMOND IRVING ARSHT . . . Wert Frankfort, Ill. Sigma Alpha Mu. WILBUR BOTTS . . DeWitt Pi Kappa Alpha. JOE VOL BUTT . , ........ Eureka Spring: Kappa Sigma, Phi Eta '7gma, Pershing Rifles, Blue Key President '36-'37, Honor Council, President of U. of A. As- sociation, Who's Who '35-'36, Cadet Council '35-'36. LESTER LEE CLINE ..... I . . . Siloam Springs 'Sigma Nu, Psi Chi, Wesley Players, Little Theater, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade, Black Cat Cotillion. .IQHN M. HARRISON ......... Little Rock Sigma Chi, Black Cat Cotillion, Student Senate. .l- FRANK HOLT ........... Harrison Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President of Senior Class, President of Cotillion Club, Vice-President of A.B.C., Secretary of Inter- galiernity Council, Traveler Staff, Vigilance Committee, Honor o , . JOHN H. HUDSPETH ........ Fayetteville Lambda Chi Alpha, President '35, Intcrfraternity Council, Wesley Players, Freshmen Track, Deutscher Verein. MARJORIE HUNT ............ .loplin Y Delta Delta Delta, Swastika, President '34, Guidon Captain 34, Regiment Sponsor, Who's Who. JAMES FRED JONES ......... Mount Ida HEREFORD A, KELSO ........ Nevada, Mo. Tau Kappa Alpha, Debate Squad, University of Arkansas Orator 1936 ar Missouri Valley Toumament, Winner of Brough Debate Prize. ELI PAUL LEFLAR .... . . Siloam Springs CLAYTON NOLEN LITTLE ...... Bentonville KHPPH Alpha, Black Cat Cotillion, Assistant Businzss Manager of Traveler '35-'36, Honor Roll '33, Flyweight Boxing Cham- Plon. THOMAS JOHNSON MOORE . . . Van Buren Slgma Alpha Epsilon. MARION P. MORTON, JR. . . . Little Rock Black Cat Cotillion. VINCENT NARISI . . . . FortSmitl7 Lambda Chi Alpha, Debate Club, Meh's.Vigilance Committee. JOE E. NEBLETT .......... Little Rofk S'2ma Nu, Razorback Staff '34-'35, Vigilance Committee, gflldenr Affairs Committee, Treasurer of Bar Association '35- 36. Commander of Sigma Nu '35-'36-'37. IEUENNETH MOORE PARSLEY ..... Fayetteville 'Smit Phi Epsilon, A.B.C., Black Cat Cotillion. C- R. PREWITT . . . . Tillar JEFF STEINHART .......... Little Rvfk Cl-ISU Epsilon Phi, Menorah Society Treasurer '34, Debate A? I Mens Vigilance Committee, University Theatre, Student fairs Committee, Social Committee, Traveler Staff. PAUL SULLINS ........... Fayetteville P Lambda Chi Alpha, Secretary of Inter-fraternity Council '35, Bieildent of Lambda Chi '35-'36, Blue Key, Vice-President of ack Cat Cotillion. CLAUDE D. SWEARINGEN ...... Fayetteville w . ag 34 1. ,- , ,147 .f..... ,,. , ... J. S. BROOKS El Dorado Lambda Chi Alpha. GAYLE P. GRIFFIES Little Rock Se:retary of U. of A. Law S c h o ol , Bar Association, Honor Roll '34-'35, JAMES T. HORNER, JR. Helena Kappa Sigma. EVERETTE JOHNSON Jonesboro Kappa Sigma. GUS A. KOURNER Little Rork Sigma Chi President '35- '36, Interfraternity Council '35-'36, Arkansas Bar As- sociation, Black Cat Cotil- lion. JOHN T. LIVINGSTON Fort Smith Pershing Rifles, H o n o r Roll '34, Vigilance Commit- tee Treasurer, University Bar Association, Law S c h o ol Honor Council, Black Cat Cotillion. P. H. MULLIS Dumas Pi Kappa Alpha. A. W. NISBET Dallas, Texas Kappa Sigma. GAY SIMS Hazen Kappa Sigma, Business Manager of Traveler, Blue Key, Scabbard and Blade. ROBERT WOOD Calico Rock .,,.. 4 "', we may I qcasvtw .,,. .,:. K.L.,.,F:,jv,.:h I. t . Ay J jj if?k,ig'-,,!1U,., 4.1. .J J' .1 4'4" ' 1, 1.35 1 -ftgzglkgg Q A 1. ' 'f svrcilie u t ' ' WHL" V 'A ' 'vis ' . ', of .-. . 18 ' l, 1, fx Mai.. ,W -' .,. xl - ,fm , ARNOLD ADAMS Batesville Pi Kappa Alpha, Men's Vigilance Committee. BRUCE T. BULLION, JR. Little Rock Sigma Chi. JACK M. CARSON Carlisle Debate Club, Pershing Rifles, International Rela- tions Club, Political Science Club, Social Committee. JOHN GAUTNEY Jonesboro Sigma Alpha Epsilon. GRAHAM HOLMES Stigler, Olela. Pi Kappa Alpha. REX LOONEY Rogers . Debate Squad, S o c i al Committee. G. L. McCONNELL Fayetteville EWELL RICHARDSON Melbourne International R e l a t i o ns Club, Chairman of Program Committee, Debate Club. BOBBY SMITH Marianna Kappa Sigma, Black Cat Cotillion. L.: X JG LAW i ,. .1 ... 3 lril vi: 2-SQ AZ ml fill ' Vi gil, . 1 'i 'vi LAW II JOHN ANDERSON ........... Helena Kappa Sigma, Blue Key, Editor Razorback 1936. ROYNE. BARRICKMAN . . . Morgantown GOVAN H. BURKE ......... Marianna Kappa Sigma President, Bla:k Cat Cotillion President '35-'36, Interfraternity Council, Honor Council of Law School. . THOMAS F. BUTT ........ Eureka Springs Phi Eta Sigma, Pershing Rifle, Honor Roll, Rifle Team. JIMASON DAGGETT ......... Marianna Phi Delta Theta, Honor Council, Black Cat Cotillion. JOHN C. FINLEY .N . . Ashdown Theta Kappa Nu. HARRY GRIFFEN . . Carlisle E. DeMATT HENDERSON . . . . . Little Rock Sigma Chi. PAUL MILLAR LESTER . . Batesville Pi Kappa Alpha. JESSE LINDSEY . . . Bearden Bar Association. TEDDY MACK . . . Newport Phi Delta Theta. , D. L. MALLORY . . Fayetteville JAMES H. NOBLES, JR. ........ Parltdale Sigma Nu, Pershing Rifles, Scabbard and Blade, Interfratern- ity Council, Chairman Social Committee, Black Cat Cotillion, Honor Council, Law School, Men's Vigilance Committee, Razor- back Staff '34-'35, SIGUN RASMUSSEN ..... . Fayetteville Pi Kappa Alpha. . HAROLD SHARPE . . . Forrest City HARRELL A. SIMPSON . . Cave City Pi Kappa Alpha. JAMES N. WARTEN . . . 1oplin,Mo. Pi Kappa Alpha, A.B.C. EVERARD WEISBURD ....... West Memphis Debate Club, Political Ssience Club, Social Committee, Busi- ness Manager lAssistantJ of Razorback '34-'35, Black Cat Cotillion. THOMAS D. WYNNE . . Fordyce Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ...-..,....v. ... ....,...... ... .- , f LAWI WILLIAM P. ALEXANDER CHARLES W. L. ARMOUR, L- J. CARROLL .... KAPPII Alpha, Wrestling Champ REX CASTLEBERRY . KQPPH Sigma. CHARLES GARDNER . . . . . Mena JR. . . . Liule Rork . . . . . Camden '35-'36. . . Jonesboro Ruxxellville Kappa Sigma, A.B.C., Track '36, ' ' ' TOM J. GENTRY, JR. . . Lillie Rock LCBMW1 ,'33-'34, Kappa Kappa Psi, -Black' Cat 'Cotillion, Yell R adqr 35-'36, A.B.C., Political Science Club, International elations Club, Manager of Intramural Athletics, Social Com- mmee, Honor Roll '34-'35-'36, JAMES ROBERT HALE . . . . Prairie crm PAUL KINLOCK HOLMES ........ Newport R flgmil Chi, Secretary of Scabbard and Blade, International eflflfms Club National Honor Society, Band, Glee Club, Intramural Ping Pong, JAMES HARRISON SUMMERS . . . Clarkton, Mo. JOHN TUCKER JERNIGAN ...... Little Rofk .lS'gmf' Chl. Blue Key, Vice-President of Interfraternity Coun- fi r Junior Representative to Student Senate, Publication Board 6, Glee Club, Assistant Manager Razorback '36, Q-ELAND F. LEATHERMAN ...... Ho1Spring: 'gma Alpha Epsilon, Blue Key, Press Club, Writers Club. BESNICE LIGHTY .......... Fm Smith Pl ella Delta Delta, Y.W.C.A., Womcn's League, Wesley Hyers, University Theatre, Rifle Club. SRED M. RICKENS . . 'Ema Ch I, Honor Council. JAMES ROY Thsfama Chi, 15hf'Ef5 siglml cat'-'rv THU Kappa Alpha. ELSIE JANE TRIMELE . Newport . . . . . . Cotton Plant Debate, Pershing Rifle, Little ...... Lonoke shghlgomegflr Y.M.C.A., Tennis Mixed Doubles Champion- wc ?v W.A.A., Tennis Singles Champ '34, Blaclcfriars, YVGUEWS Rifle. Team, Publication Board, Womens League, HE - -A- Cabinet, Honor Roll '35-'36. SNRY TUCK, JR. ......... Fayetteville Stugii-3: NU, Tennis Team, A.B.C., Treasurer of Asso:iated GLEN Phf' N WING ..... . Harrison I Em Slgma, Debate Team. LAW CURTIS BARTON Harriron Theta Kappa Nu, A.B.C. HERMAN CRAIG Strong Lambda Chi Alpha. NATHAN G. GORDON Morrillon WOODROW HUTTON Marzila KENNETH KINARD' junclion City CHARLES W. LIGHT Paragoula' Sigma Chi, A. B. 1936. ART SALISBURY Conway Lambda Chi Alpha, Intra- mural Tennis, D o u ble s Champion '35. AUBURN H. WOOD Calico Rock Vigilance Committee. 54 'CC' 1 FBUFINCXN .f.,,,-.. J, K ' g, . .FICHTNER, DEAN an l'he School of llusiness Administration sets as its first obligation the training of good citizens who will be motivated by a deep sense of social respnsibility and capable of prudent business leadership." 'l'l1at is the aim set by Dean C. C. Fichtner. 'l'o accomplish this he has encouraged training in sound economic thought and ad- ministrative methods. Courses are offered both in general business practice and economics and in specialized branches of study, but in all its courses the school seeks to give an understanding of sound business principles and to support individual initiative. Only through this thorough education of future busi- ness executives, Dean Fichtner believes, can the economic system on which our nation is founded be saved from dis- aster. Government control offers no true solution. It is to this training that he has dedicated himself and the school which he heads. 55 e S , Wh X wa F22 we I V ...- 73 4 , kv, A I 7, M. E 5 fi... I I , A' . TX,-, My - V ., ,K TL qv X 1 'ts - A-Q 4? Nm Af my 4 I SENIORS BURL AUSTIN ...... . ..-- - DHQWH1 Phi Eta Sigma, Pershing Rifles, Honor Roll. GoAl-l S. BARNES . . . . . Pi Kappa Alpha. GEORGE BEARD . JAMES T. BERRY ..... Pershing Rifles, German Club. PARKS BRUMLEY . Blytlveville . Chicago, Ill. . . Fayetteville Pam pa, Texas Kappa Sigma, A.B.C., Vigilance Committee, Blarlc Cat Cotillion. WILLIAM TURNER CLEMENT . . LEO A. COWAN . . . Band, Kappa Kappa Psi. BETTY SUE CUNNINGHAM .... . Glenwood . . Fayetteville . A rkadelphia Chi Omega, Women's Commerce Club, Women's League, Vice-President of Associated Students. J-' M. DODSON . . S'8ma Alpha Epsilon. CHARLES FELIX DOUGLAS . . . Honor Roll '35-'36, Alpha Kappa Psi. WILLIAM F D NN . U . . KHPPZI Sigma, Press Club. JAMES E. EDSON ........ DeVallr Bluff . . Bentonville . . Fayetteville . FortSmitl1 Theta Kappa Nu, President '36-'37, Freshman Track, Inter- frnternity Council. 0. L. GREENING ........... Camflen Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President of Sophomore Class 34, Vigilance Committee '34. J. H. HARKEY, JR. . Honor Roll, El-MER KNOTT. . . Kflppa Sigma. RICHARD LANCASTER . . . P' Kappa Alpha. OLIVER MANNING MEADOR . . . Russellville . Bentonville Mountain View . Dumas ROBERT MARTIN ......... . Texarkana Sigma Na, Football cacapfala '37, Basketball Captain '37. RUSSELL MYERS . - - Vd"BHff" Kappa Alpha. MARY LOUISE OLIVER ...... . Neoslro, Mo. Zeta Tau Alpha, Treasurer and House Manager, Commerce Club, Women's League, Rifle Club, Y.W.C.A. BUSINESS 57 X-a. l.. IIE- l i lil 1 I it l i ' l al I I 1 l l l. l ll 'l 'l l l ll e il l l . ll l l I fl l I . l 1, I l E . l l l l W-Shells xl. ORRIN BATTLE M arshall, Texas Kappa Sigma, Black Cat Cotillion. JO LEE BLUNK Eureka Spring: Carnall Hall Governing Board, Pres. '36-'37, Wom- en's League Secretary '35-'36, Rootin' Rubes, B u s i n e s s Club, Student Affairs Com- mittee, Y.W.C.A, Honor Roll '36. JACK CORNETT Fayetteville Lambda Chi Alpha. JOE DAVIS Little Rock Sigma Chi, Band. SALLIE DUDLEY DeWitt Pi Beta Phi, Secretary '36- '37, Sigma Alpha Iota, Stu- dent Senate, Women's Leag- ue, Y.W.C.A., University Orchestra. REGINALD EILBOTT Pine Bluff Phi Eta Sigma, Honor Roll, Publication Board '35, Social Committee, Razorback Staff '35-'36, Vigilance Com- mittee '33, Pershing Rifles, Cabinet of Black Cat Cotil- lion Club, A.B.C., President of Kappa Nu '34-'35, ELLA MAE HERREN Portland Chi Omega, Women's League, Rifle Club, Inter- national Relations Club, Commerce Club. GEORGE A. MAKRIS Pine Bluff Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pres- ident '36-'37, Vice-President of Phi Eta Sigma '35-'36, Blue Key, Who's Who '36, Blaek Cat Cotillion, Debate Team, Interfratemity Coun- cil, Scabbard and Blade, Pershing Rifles, President of Alpha Kappa Psi, President of Tau Kappa Alpha, Uni- verstiy Symphony Orchestra. BILLY SNYDER MORRIS Little Rock Sigma Chi. GEORGE ORENBERG Brooklin e, M asr. .A Q . W IM ' ffalfw f .L ..- -slimy.-J ' " 1:53 -' w 'rf' f - Q. . ,.g.'i:'v . -1 , 8, ,, , 1-.QuLg,y, 15-rr" -, it Qs in 1. , T- , .3 f ' J 'mf' I xl 1. " ,i f ' JOHN ALVIS OWEN Humphrey Alpha Kappa Psi. BEN A. RAND Searcy Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LOUIS SHACKELFORD Aubrey Kappa Sigma, Honor Roll, Glee Club, Band, Political Science Club, President of International Relations Club. WILFRED SMITH DeQueen V. K. STEPHENS Star City ED. M. TALIAFERO Texarkana Alpha Kappa Psi.. E. B. WARD, JR. Little Rock Kappa Alpha, Editorial Staff of Razorback '34, Busi- ness Staff Razorback '35, Student Senate '35-'36, Sec- retary'of Freshman Class '33, Kappa Beta Phi, Black Cat Cotillion Club, Arkaansas Traveler, Student Social Committee. ORVILLE WHITE Stigler, Okla. Pi Kappa Alpha. FRED W. ARMSTRONG Alton, Ill. OPH US B ECK Parir, Texas' ,,,,.K, ,K ,..., V, ,, ..,. ,., ff T if 1 ll ,me BUSINESS J . ,,...-..,......................l........ .. .... . .... ..-..,--.. v., .. 3,52 Q,,f-ft 29,2v117f?,53g:.f,5gfjQg 58 ',. -'sw . , ii ' N'ff',ai1P'Le" al A ,M 'ix .I,l45h-Vg.. . ,JH ejjsl, -,ggi , 1 ,mt gf,fXJf'm- if 1 f :ww w A . SENIORS JIM LEE PINNELL . . . . . . . . . Pineville,Mo. Basketball '31-'32-'33, Varsity Tennis '33, Varsity Athletic Club, Intramural Doubles Champion '32. FRANK PITTMAN . . CLAY MORRIS ROSS . . THOMAS ROSS .... Sigma Chi, Alpha Kappa Psi. GEORGE R. SHANKLE . . . . Fayetteville . . Monticello . Star City . . . . . . HotSpring: Sigma Nu, Alpha Kappa Psi, Vigilance Committee, Black Cat Cotillion Club. C. GORDON SMITH . . Sigma Chi. ' E. BYRON SPARKS, JR. . . Little Rock , . . . . . . . . LittleRocle Sigma Nu, Alpha Kappa Psi, Commerce Guild Officer. JACK STARNES .... Sigma Phi Epsilon, A.B.C. I PAT STOREY ..... Theta Kappa Nu, Editor, Tue ler, A.B.C., Band, Press Club. WILLIAM A. STOREY . Kappa Sigma. RAY BAUER VAUGHTERS . . North Little Rock . . . . . . .Little Rock sday'Editor of Arkansas Trave- . . Malvern ........Eudora Kappa Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma, Pershing Rifles, Blue Key, Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Secretary '36-'37, Scab- bard and Blade, Honor Roll. Joi-IN W. WALKER . . . ' .... . .Rogers Sigma Chi, Treasurer of Alpha JAMES EDWARD WARE . Kappa Psi. . . . . . I-laynesville,La. Sigma Nu, Band, Intramural Manager '35-'36, A Club, Alpha Kappa Psi, Black Cat Cotillion CURTIS WATKINS . . . Kappa Sigma. . . Joplin, Mo. A. L. WILSON ........... Humphrey Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Kappa Psi, Black Cat Cotillicn. HERBERT VANCE WILSON ...... Little Rock Sigma Nu, International Relations Club, Band, French Club. IUNI ORS ROYCE ARTHURS ....... . Carlisle Pi Kappa Alpha, Vigilan:e Ccmmitatc. DONALD BEAMAN . . . Sigma Nu, Alpha Kappa Psi. RODERIC BELL . Lambda Chi Alpha. DONALD B. BRADY . . . . Siloam Spring: . . LittleRock . Fayetteville JUNIORS FRANK BRUMMITT . . Kappa Sigma. JOSEPH G. BUCINA . . Theta Kappa Nu. Political Science Club. CHARLES E. CAPLE, JR. . . Stuttgart , Bayonne, N. J. . Little Rock Sigma, Chi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Cheer Leader, A.B.C. JAMES W. CLARK . . Sigma Nu. CLYDE CLONINGER . R. L. COLE .... FORREST COOK .... Sigma Chi. VIRGINIA CREEKMORE Chi Omega, Women's League, JACK DOLLARD . . . Lambda Chi Alpha. GEORGE EICKHOFF . . WILSON BOYCE FALLS Kappa Sigma. .JACK GROBMYER . Slgma Chi. ROGER HARTMANN . 5'Slna Chi. JAMES M. HENDRICKS LLROY HICKMAN . . . CAL P. HOLLIS . Slgma Alpha Epsilon. WALTER HUDSON . . Kappa Sigma, A.B.C., Alpha JQHN DELOS HUX . . Slgma Chi. B. F. JUNGKIND, JR. . . DIANA KINKEAD . GUY LEHN . . P' Kappa Alpha. DON lvlAlORs .... P1 kappa Alpha, A.B.C. EVERT EUGENE MAPES International Relations Club. MARY JO MCCLENDON Chl Omega. BYRON R. MORSE . . 'wi.A.Af . . Fayetteville . Atkins . Howell . Qai1hl,Ma. . . Fart Smith . Chicago, III. . . Little Rork . Ruraellville . . Little Rock . . Rogers' Farmersville, Texas . . . Rluxvellville . Pine Bluff . . . . . .PineBlufJ Kappa Psi. . Ersex, Mo. . . Little Rock . . Little Rock . Fayetteville . Harrison , . Fort Smith Harlingen, Texas . . Blytheville Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Varsity.Checr Leader. REX R. MULLEN ........ Arthur City, Texas A.B.C., Pershing Rifles, Alpha Kappa Psi. HUGH COLEMAN NOLEN ....... Fort Smith Lambda Chi Alpha Alpha Kappa Pai, A.B.c., student Senafea Stooge Staff '33-'36. ANN PICKENS .......... Eureka Springs Ch1,0mega, Commerce Club, Women's League. GALEN B. PRICE ..... . . . . Harrison I-EROY RICHARD POND ....... Fayetteville Lambda Chi Alpha, AB.C., Setretary Aip..a Kappa Psi, Intramural Manager. BUSINESS I -l t F 55" ,s f l 5 if il F ' l- I Q xii l 1 Z 'Ill l'i l, :il ll. .Il II. ll: MABEL L. CHAMPION Tularoxa, N. M. Commerce Club, Women's League, Rifle Club, Mixed Chorus. ROYCE W. ' COLN Fayetteville WM. B. EDDINS, JR. Pine Bluff EDITH MAE HAND Yellville Honor Roll, BSU, Wom- en's League, Winner Ark. Gazette Feature Award '35, Debate Team, Tau Kappa Alpha, Women's Commerce Club, Treasurer of Junior Class, Razorback Staff '36- '37, Winner Clyde Ellis De- bate Prize '36. HAROLD H IGHTOWER Fort Smith MARGARET JAMES Horatio Delta Gamma. JOHN MAILER Fort Smith Lambda Chi Alpha. DALLAS D. MILES Monticello Kappa Sigma. CUL PEARCE Searcy Sigma Chi, Debate Club, Band. WINEFRED REITZ Paris, Texas Delta Gamma, Rootin Rube, Commerce Club, Women's League, Y.W.C.A. Rifle Club, W.A.A., Inter- national Relations Club. L.as..kx.a, 'A ' ' a Ill Wye! GORDON RICHARDSON Fort Smith Kappa Sigma. CHARLES R. SAUGEY Little Rock Alpha Gamma Rho. ROBERT T. STOUT Olemulgee, Okla. Pi Kappa Alpha, A Club, Football, Basketball, Track, Deans Honor Roll. EARL T. WELLS, JR. Helena Delta Tau Delta. ROBERT S. ADAMS Bath, N. Y. RUDOLPH BURGES Foulee PAUL COLE Fayetteville ORAD DOUGHERTY, JR. Fort Smith ROBERT M. GOFF Fayetteville JOHN J. HORNER Helena BUSINESS 60 JU-NIURS CLIFTON' ROBERTSON . . RICHARD DE ROULHAC ROGERS . . ROBERT RYE ....... Kappa Sigma, Freshman Football '35, OLIN SMITH ....... Kappa Alpha, A.B.C., Black Cat Corillion. ROY HULL SMITH ...... EDWARD E. STOCKER . . . . . . Rison . . Fayetteville . . Russellville . . Van Buren . . . . Kea . . . . . Fayetteville Sigma Nu, Alpha Kappa Psi, Black Cat Cotillion, Board of Publication, Psychology Club. H. A. STROUD, JR. . Kappa Sigma. HARLEY TEETER . Theta Kappa Nu. L. DALE WARD . . LEO R. WINTKER ..... Band, Kappa Kappa Psi, University Theatre. HARRY WOOD, JR ..... Sigma Chi. HENRY WOODS . . . . Jonesboro . . Russellville . . Little Rock z ' Clarendon . . Searcy ' . HotSprings Business Manager of Arkansas Razorback '36-'37, Blue Key, Honor Roll '35-'36, Press Club, A.B.C. SOPHOMURES WILLIAM HAROLD BARRON' J. B. BRIDEFORTH ..... Kappa Sigma JOHN LEONARD BROOKS . . WILLIAM CAMPBELL . T. C. CARLSON, JR. . . JOHN DAILEY CHESTER . AUSTIN CRAVENS . JOHN A. DIFFEY, JR. . . MAX DOLLAR . HAROLD WAYNE ELDER . HERBERT PRESLEY FOSTER . . MARGUERITE JAME GAVERE JAMES CHARLES GUARD . THOMAS J. HARRELL . . E. T. HORNER . W. P. JACKSON . DALE KENT . . HAROLD KENT . . . .... Jacksonville . Forrest City Mountain Home . Forrest City . . Fayetteville . . LittleRoelc . . Springdale . Cotton Plant . McGel1ee . . LittleRoclE . . Fort Smith . . . . Fayetteville . . Blytheville . Pine Bluff . Helena . Holly Grove . . Fayetteville . . Fayetteville SUPHOMORES BUSINESS KULA MAKRIS .... NORMAN MANSON . . CONRAD D. MASTAUD . LEANDER JENNINGS MUNCY EUGENE McGAUGHEY . . BERNARDENE PAYNE . . KENNETH W. PETTIT . . MAJEL PITTS ..... ROBERT EARL PITTSFORD . R. HOYT RAINEY . LOUISE RAMSEY . . MANNIE RIESENBERG . FAY RUSSELL ....... EDWARD VANCE SCURLOCK RAYMOND T. SHELBY . . . WILLIAM HAROLD SIMONS . HOWARD THURLBY . . BILLY WARD . . BERNARD D. WEINGART . JOSEPH B. WESTON . . DOYLE WILLIAMS , . . Pine Bluff . Chicago,lll. . Chicago,Ill. Murfreesboro Carthage, Mo. . Hughes . . Harrison . . . Forester Wheaton, Ill. . Fayetteville . . Malvern . Pine Blu ff . Pine Bluff . Piggott . Fort Smith . Springdale . Lonolze . Fort Smith . . New York, N. Y. Neoxho, Mo. junction City EDWIN WRIGHT . . . .Form city RUTH WRIGHT . . . . FortSrnith WILLIAM WYATT ......... c.,n1mge,M0. FRESHMEN SHERLEY BAIN ADAMS ........ Portland JOHN B.BAUCUM . . . . . Haynesville,La. I- R. BEHL .... . . Carthage,Mo LEATHER BLACK . LEM BOONE, JR. . . Corning . . Lorlolze JIM BATT . . . McCurtain, Olcla. I I . XX X X NY. . , x ... .,.,1.,..............-S. CHARLES MEYER, JR. Little Rock ROBERT S. PETERSEN Wheaton, Ill. WILLIAM P. PLEIT, JR Jonesboro DAN W. REYNOLDS Camden ALFRED SHUPIK Garfield, N. I. MAX R. WATKINS Joplin, Mo. JACK WILLIAMSON Mountairi View MARY NEAL WYNN Van Buren MARTHA B. BISCOE , Lonolec J. T. BOUNDS Manxfield . J! , I E9 :gf LUTHER V. BREWER Fayetteville EARL H. COCHRAN Portland JACK EDMISTON Fayetteville DON GRINER Forrest City TOM JOHNSTON Fort Smith W. W. O'NEAL, JR. Little Rock CHESTER POND Stuttgart MARY SHULL Lonolze CHARLES TRIMBLE Fayetteville N 1 BUSINESS V 62 FRESHMEN HENRY BROWN . BILLY RAY BROWN . JAKE BURFORD' . GORDON COOFOOT . E. T. COOK' . . LON R. DICKSON . GEORGE ELDRIDGE, JR. DONALD GITCHEL . EARL C. GLADSON . LYLE GRUNDY . . . E. KENNEY HARLAN . EDWARD F. HARRIS . OWEN MORROW . MAYME McCRARY . HOWARD W. McGEE . . GENE PHILPOT . WILLIAM H. POOL . . BILL POLETZ . ELMO S. RABSAMEN . , FRANK ALLEN ROBERTS ALLEN SELLARS . . . CARLETON SPEARS . 1. B.STROUD . . . J. B. THOMPSON, JR. . JOHN T. VAULANDINGHAN . . WANDA WALTERS . . NORMAN GENE WALLACE . . Little Roek . Fort Smitlv . Lrmrcll, Miss. . Chieago, Ill. . Fayetteville . .Fayetteville . . Fortfimitlv . Little Rock . Bellwood, Ill. Rapid City, S. D. Lake Bluff. Ill. . Hazen . Little Rock . . Lonolce . Little Rock ...Mena Muxkogec, Olqla. . Kokomo, Ind. . . Fort Smith Kansa: City, Mo. . . Pine Bluff . . McGel7ee . Batesville . . Tuclqerman . Sheridan . Fayetteville . Harrison NCINEEIINC' v- -Qgffl 1' . .STU CKER, D EAN "'l'he College ot' Engineering has for its major object the development of the faculty ot' sound judgment based on a thorough analysis of facts and on straight thinking. It strives to train men for leadership in the industries and l'or professional engineering without losing sight. ot' the main object ol' a college education-the training l'or good citizenship." 'l'hat is the aim of the college ot' engineer- ing as set by Dean G. l'. Stocker. 'l'he prospects l'or a successful career in Engineering were never brighter than at the present time. 'l'he calls for young engineers this year have lar exceeded those ol' auv year in the recent past. 'l'he remuneration, too, has materially increased. The College of Engineering is well equipped l'or train- ing men in fundamentals. Its laboratories are supplied with the best available equipment and furnish opportuni- ties for undergraduate study excelled by none ol' the neigh- boring states. 'l'he employment ot its graduates by The General Electric Company, Proctor and Gamble Co., and , -s of such magnitude, indicates that in a measure, at least, it is accomplishing its purpose, that ot' developing men destined to be leaders in lndustry. iudust rim 63 5' O' .414 e .9 fb za: I 4? ' 'FP icy f 1 I i X -.QQ 1 Q I- 0, 'u if ' 'riff ka rs A, P Af 5 2. 4 'fwi 4 A 2 , 'P' ' -V '1., - " -, ,I ,..'5,,i1 - CL' 1 ' , . g --xv , - 5,5 11,72 , .J 5 I 1 ,. my 7,7 I k I ,E .. J' ' 'X W T' i SENIURS J. BENNETT ADAMS . RALPH E, ANDERSON . G.E.S., I.E,S., A.I.E.E. W. F. BECKMAN . Kappa Sigma. LOUIS E. BONA . Tau Beta Pi. PAUL FUTRALL BUSTON l Kappa Sigma, Alpha Chi Sig lion Club. SAMUEL LADD DAVIES . . .Junction City , . Lonoke . Fayetteville . Little Rock . . . . . . . Magnolia ma, A.I.C.E., Black Cat Cotil- . . . . . . . Morrilton Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Blue Key, Thtta Tau, A.S.C.E., President of G.E.S., Honor Roll. ROFLE C. ELDRIDGE, JR. . Kappa Sigma, Theta Tau. R. LEE FRASER ..... . . Forrert City ... . . . . McCrory Sigma Chi, A.S.C.E., Arkansas Engineer, Razorback staff, Vigilance Committee. JIM LEE HOWELL . . . ........Lonoke President of Associated Students, Vice-President of A.I.E.E., ASSiStant Freshman Coach, Football '33-'34-'35, Basketball '33- 34-35-'36, Captain '35-'36, A Club, Who's Who '36. LYNN D. HOWELL . . All-Fha Chi Sigma. CHARLES D. LAUGHLIN A.I.E.E., Student Senate. ALLEN C. MARK . . . ........Bradle7 . . Hot Springs . . . . . Eureka Springx Lambda Chi Alpha, Tau Bieta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Alpha Chi Sigma. WILLIAM L. NELSON . . . . . . . . Farmington ,A,X-E., Tau Beta Pi, A.I.Ch.E., Honor Roll 'zoran-'sz-'ss -34- 35-'36, President of Tau Beta Pi. JOHN W. NIVEN Mem hir Tenn. . ........ p , Lnmlvda Chi Alpha, Secretary and Treasurer of A.S.M.E., Tfeaaaaaa of Lambda cha Alpha, A.S.M.E. convention at Aust-n, Texas, '36, A.B.c., Razorback Staff usfss, Band- JOHN LLOYD OSWALT . Alpha Lambda Tau, Honor R Alpha cha Sigma, A.I.Ch.E. .......G'raw.-tte oll '32-'33-'34, Pi Mu Epsilon, WILLIAM PARKS ,,,, . Fort Smith CHARLES ROBERT RIDLEY DALE S. SANDLIN . . . ,gglggta Kappa Na, A.I.E.E., G GEORGE L. SANSBURY . . . . . .Tul1'a,Oltld- Ola .EiS.,' I.E.S1, Engineering Staff Neoxbo, Mo. y Theta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta.Pi, Mice.-Priesiclerit of A.S.M.E., 59- Vice-President of Theta Kappa Nu '35-'36, Theta Tau 'CC-President '36-'37. HA-Rl-EY R. WALKER ....... Sulphur Springx P' Mu Epsilon, Secretary of A.S.C.E., Editor Arkansas Engi- gccr, Honor Roll '33-'34-'35-'36. ,RTT W.. WALKER . . WP G Chi Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, - THERMAN WALKER . . . . . . . Galena,Kan. A.I.Ch.E., Honor Roll '35-'36. .......Camdrn ENGINEERING 65 CHARLES C. BARNETT A ugusta Sigma Chi, A.B.C., A.S.- C.E. President '36. JACK M. BROWN Fort Smith Lambda Chi Alpha, Presi- dent of A. S. M. E., Theta Tau, Arkansas E n g i n e e r Staff '35-'36. JACK W. DAVIS Fayetteville PAUL HOFFMAN St. Louis, Mo. Sigma Chi, A.S.M.E. G. LORRY KELLEY Little Rorlz Sigma Alpha E p silo n, Theta Tau, A.S.C.E., Treas- urer of G.E.S. JAMES L. MCKINLEY Hartford St. Pat '36, Arkansas Eng- ineer Editor, Honor Junior Engineer School '36, Tau Beta Pi, A.I.E.E., Honor Roll '35-'36. J. F. NORMAN, JR. England Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Ep. silon, Scahbard and Blade, Alpha Chi Sigma, Pershing Rifles. H. E. POWELL, JR. Gurdon DELBERT A. SCHMAND Little Rock Theta Kappa Nu, Vice- Presiclent of I.E.S, '35, Seq. retary of A.I.E.E. '36, Blagk CSC C0tllli0h, Theta Tau '36. THOS. M. WALLIS, JR. Helena Kappa Sigma, A. I. E. E., Black Cat Cotillion. "Y sift .3 -.uit -J A. D. ALLEN J Fayetteville W Kappa Sigma, A. B. C., Pershing Rifles, Theta Tau, A.S.C.E. LEMUEL G. BURNETT I DeWitt . GERALD CHASTAIN Judsonia J ROBERT DANIELS, JR. W ' Dermot! ' x Pi Kappa Alpha, A.I.E.E. I JESS L. FERGUSON B erryvill e Pi Kappa Alpha President, Chairman Men's Vigilance Committee, Student's Social Committee, Interfraternity , Council. GERALD HoRD I Little Rock A.S.C.E., Secretary. J T. JACK KEATING i Buffalo, N. Y. Honor Roll '36. ' FRENCH G. LEWIS Wattr, Olela. I I ,. iff. R. W. LINEBARGER jQgg Springdale at J!! iii FLOYD T. MELTON , North Little Rock 1 J i 3 if ll: ENGINEERING .Y - nw. .. -We-.. L.....- .......- A1 t.--,.. ..-.-?- Y .-A.. J----ll-------W .-.ef--f.......... .. , y....1,....,a.1 J.,f,-,i.1ALLspP.... ig:tf'WA4a'i.l:' , .I ES QQ, iigep-'g'rPIQ5,1,-J, W. .R 1- - .1 -Jw .4 ..a-Aaa., .ua H ' - -' - 4 ' '3 " - 66 JUNIURS JACK BATES BEEMAN . . Fayetteville .ROBERT L. BLACK ......... Dallas,Texa.v Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pershing Rifles, A.B.C., Sophomore Mili- tary Medal. MILTON O. -BRACK ......... Little Rock Pi Kappa Alpha, A.B.C., Vice-President Pi Kappa Alpha. LAUREN D. CARTER ......... Fayetteville Sigma Chi, A.S.C.E., G.E.S., Orchestra '35-'36, Pershing Rifles. HOLLIS R. CONWAY . . . Fayetteville JACK H. CURRY . . .- .... ' ..... Rogers Pi Kappa Alpha, Social Committee, A.I.E.E., Pi Kappa Alpha Secretary. ' Q . , 4 - FRANKLIN KENNEDY DEAVER ..... 'Springdale Sigma Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, A.I.Ch.E., Honor Roll '35-'36. T. S. DEWOODY . '. . Pine Bluff Sigma Nu, A.I.Ch.E. ' PAUL FOSTER . . . . Alton, Ill. Pi Kappa Alpha. V JOHN HOLDEN, JR. ......... Pfnelaluff Sigma Phi Epsilon, A.B.C., Pershing Rifles, Theta Tau. ROY LEO JAMES . . , Fort Smith MAYNARD JOHNSON . ....... FortSmitb Theta Kappa Nu, A.B.C., Board ol: Publications '36-'37, RILEY LANE . . . . Little Rock JAMES PERRY LEA . . . Malvern WILLIAM A. LEWIS, JR ...... Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Band '34-'35-'36, tary G.E.S. '37, . Pine Bluff Theta Tau, Secre- L. CHARLES LINDSAY . . . . Ashdown Kappa Alpha. RUSSELL MAIER . . . . . St. Louis,lWo. DAVID PATRICK MARTIN . . . Monett, Mo. Theta Kappa Nu. R. R. MILNER .......... Mempl7is,Tenn. Sigma Phi Epsilon Vice President, Theta Tau President, Arkansas Engineer Business Manager, Pershing Rifles, A.S.C.E., University Men's Class. WARREN NANCE . . . .Hartford JUNIURS ROBERT C. NIENSTEDT ..., . '. . lvplin,Mv- Kappa Sigma, Theta Tau, R.O.T.C. junior Qfflwf, A-5- C. E., Assistant Business Manager Arkansas Engineer. JOE HOWARD NOWELL . . A.S.C.E. ROBERT PATTON . V. O. PURVIS, JR. . JAMES ROARK ..... Pl Mu Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma. HILWARD G. ROGERS . . MARION SANDERS . . .IULIAN H. SCHWALBE , North Little Rock . Pine Bluff . Little Rock . . Fayetteville . Little Rock . . . . LittleRock New York City N. Y. KQPPH Nu, Treasurer A.I.E.Ei, IElonor.Roll '35, Hillel Society. W. SHIRLEY ............ Van Burerx Sigma Phi Epsilon, A.B.C., Pershing Rifles, Arkansas Engl- neer Staff. ETYQODROW W. SLAYEN . . Van Buren iv: Engineer Society, Pi Mu Epsilon: l WM. B. STELZNER, JR Fayetteville S'8mi! Chi, Theta Tau, A..S.lVl.E.,'Kapp-a Itappa'Psi, Band. RAYMOND F. STEVENSON . . RICHARD L. WALKER . Sigma Chi. QLAUDE S. WILSON Slgma Alpha Epjsilon. ED WORD ......Cal2ol . .Springdale . Murkogee,Okld- . . . . . . . . Terrell,Texas Sigma Phi Epsilon, Captain of Freshman Football. CLYDE WOOTIN .... . . . . .Helena S 0 P H 0 M 0 R E S WILLIAM THOMPSON BARNWELL ..... Cabot SIDNEY BATTERMAN . FAY A. BLACKBURN . . WAYNE S. BOYDSTON . QL - . . Brooklyn,N. Y. . Clarksville . Tulsa,Okla. .X - ENGINEERING 'x 1 ,J ,age x . 'K i r 1 I l f:'1T:l':.:::- . ,if .1 :::,:g",- 'X , E1.,...,fj,Q',3Q' jjj' Q84 . ' + tes. .. ,I I l . ????fF'2 , I I 1.4-we1ILuv..5.s.-4-.4v.u-.r....,f. ..t. .. t . . , . J, j, B. A. OWEN, JR. i Pine Bluff JJ Football, G.E.S. lf. ilg ,iii WILMER A. RANDALL I Little Rofk Sigma chi, G.E.S., A.I.E.E. li 1 iii LEONARD W. RUSSUM l Fayetteville 1' i Sigma Nu, Pershing Rif- 1 ii is I 'J r les, Pi Mu Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Deutscher Verein, Phi Eta Sigma. I l I i Ml. JAMES PAUL SEAY 1 . Tablequalv, Olgla. ill vii lllg . IJ I l l ill! JAMES W. SLAYDEN 5 Alicia ii!! 'mill LLOYD THRALL Nb l Little Rock u - ' J . l fl! JACK M. WYATT j V Jonesboro, La, ff- Sigma Nu, Black Cat Co- ,Jg func.. Club, A.I.E.E., ABC, Qif G.E.S., Theta Tau Eli Jil iff A, WESLEY WHITAKER lee Fort Smith J i i 1 1 A Lambda Chi Alpha, A.S. I M.E., Band. 1 I Mi ill il JJ' FLOYD BIRD I l Fayetteville ll lice iii LEE HILL BOYER Berryville M1 ll: LIU 67 -l ff. a,,,.,.. J f, """n"", ,"""e 'xi A - ' ' , 255 9.-If-tff 'in A: I 'r . ,ff www.. . ,,NHgyg,',,: 33, -' ' A-"rt . H. L. BRIDGFORTH Forrest City DAVID BURTON Newport DELBERT CONGER Fayetteville WALTER H. DAMON Wheaton, Ill. WILLIAM E. DEETRICK New York GEORGE DOUGLAS Fayetteville- VOYNE FLETCHER Bauxite WILLIAM M. HALL Turner MARVIN L. HOLZER Detroit, Mich. L. REED KIRBY Marianna ENGINEERING SOPHOMORES ARTHUR S. BROWN . R. B.'BULLOCK . . STERLING CLARK . . HARRY CLAYTON . 'BILL CORNWELL . . E. C. DALTON . . JACK JOSEPH DAVIS . W. H. DAVIDSON . WILLIAM A. DIXON . . J. R. DODSON . DALE T. ELLIOTT . . HAROLD JAMES ENGSTROM FRANK A. GERIG, JR. . JOHN WESLEY GRADY . HENRY HALSELL . LEONARD HEMPLING . . CHARLES JOURDAIN . EARL LEROY KING . CHARLES KOON . MAX LEVINE . . . Alton,Ill. . Newport . . Pineliluff . . Lezvisville . Neoxlro, Mo. . Forrcxt City . Little Rock .' Ijlolly Grove . Fayetteville . .Texarkana Longview, Texar . Little Rock . Arkadelpbia . Horatio . Fayetteville . New York . . Alton,lll. . Tulra,OlQla. . LittleRoclC . . PineBluff SUPHOMDRES ENGINEERING EUGENE H. MANLEY W. CARL MARTIN . JESSE CYRUS MOORE JOHN McCANNE . . RUDOLPH McNULTY DEMO PAPPAS . . HOWARD RIDLEY . ROBERT W. ROWDEN WESLEY B. RYNDERS EARL L. SAUNDERS LOUIS SAXON . . JOE SCHMELZER . DALE SMITH . . . CHARLES L. SPENCER AARON STEIGER . . JAMES H. STEWART JACK H. WILSON . LUCILE wooDARD . . Fort Smith , . Litt.'e Rock North Little Rork . Fort Smith , Pine Bluff . Fayetteville . Newport . Fayetteville , Fort Smith . Little Rock . Camden . Little Rock . Monett,Mo. . Fayetteville . Cedarhurst, N. Y. , . Highland , , Blytheville , . Stuttgart FRESHMEN MARVIN ADKINS . JOE ALLRED . . Fayetteville . Bentonville -. 4 X I 3 I, I' . I, , X 'fi' . A 1 X . , El-Q1 A 1 f ' . wwf-, 2.4" QVWI I N ff i 1, U4 tflfx Lllffl K J. -1-L. . , K i I. LBROY M. MILNER, JR. M emphis, Tenn. WALTER MCCLENNEY Little Rock JOHN RAMSEY Fort Smith LOUIS L. RUSSELL Cattaraugus, N. Y. L. SAX Altus JOHN M. SHAPARD M uslzogee, Okla. RALPH E. SPRIGG Little Rock JOHN WHIT ING Clarksville ROBERT WOZENCRAFI' El Dorado ROBERT F. AMALIA East Rochester, N. Y. 69 . gig' ' ..-. ' ""f" A f' 'JU H729 JOHN C. ASHLEY, JR. Melbourne HOWARD BERRY C arthage, M o. W. F. BROWN ElDorado ELLIS E. CHANDLER Naslrville R. W. EASTMAN, JR. Springdale CHARLES B. FREEMAN Eureka Springs EWING GROSS Malvern KEMMEL HOGAN Van Buren TOMMY HUTSON Newport J. PAUL JOHNSON Fort Smith ENGINEERING 70 FRJES AUBERT C. ATKISON . JACK' W. BARKER . ANDREW BOYDSTUM . . ROBERT. L. BROWN . JOE BUEHRLE . JOHN DAVIES CAMPBELL DWIGHT B. DICKSON . GEORGE DUNAWAY, JR. . CHARLES V. ELD . RALIEGH EMERY . E. H. GRAVES . JOHN FLOYD GRAVES , . WALTER HAMBERG, JR. CHARLES HOGAN . KENNETH P. HOLLOWAY R. L. HUDSON . RADFORD G. JENKINS . EARLE JOHNSON, JR. . H. D. JONES . . . EDWARD J. KENNEY . E N . . Augusta . EurelcaSprings . .Lincoln . Fayetteville North Little Rock . Little Rock , . . Fayetteville . Fayetteville . Pittsburgh, Pa. . . Mt. Ida . Westville, Olcla. . Dierks . . Lonoke . .Little Rock . . Lamar . Ola . . McGebee . . Clarksville . Prairie Grove Springfield, N. Y. FRESHMEN .JOSEPH GARDNER LEE . ROBERT EUGENE LEGGETT MARION H. MAY . . ALLAN P. METCALF . ROBERT L. MORSE . . CLO1s MORTON . JACK ALLEN MULFORD . . MERWIN McCOY . WEBB NORRIS . SOL OKUN . . DUNCAN YOUNG PAYNE JAMES PETERSON . . TOM DAVID PUGH . . EARL A. RILEY . JOE R. SIMPSON . . ELTON C. SMITH . JAMES I-IINTON SPEARS . SHERROD WILLIAM UPTON BILLY A. WALKER .... , .ForlSmitlv . Cabot . . Roger: . Horatio . . Little Rock Heber Springs . Tulm,Okla- . Forrest City Memphis, Tenn . .Fayetteville . Fort Smitlv . Pine Bluff . Van Buren . Tul.vu,Ol2la. . . Berryville , . Carlisle , , McGelJee . Fayetteville , , ,ludsonia C- T. WEST, JR. I . 'Tulm,Olcld GID WILLSON . . . Cattaraugus, N. Y. HAL WYNNE . . .rvfdyfe ENGINEERING 4 ,,.,A. - . px 71 L L? "U '112f1f35YQfg1f.l:Qf' " ' iii .LA xx I .Lf-1 45,222 ' 'f 5fff.Q,,i3 JY 'iii' Vfffgi.: X, A ' 1 .,!?,ffv.-3f'.cjf.Ji.:: .1 5 "Ju-"7f".b ROBERT MARTIN A ugtlsld CHARLES E. MORSE Little Rock DAVID M. MUIR Winslow PAT McWILLIAMS, JR. Clarksville LESTER C. PATTON Little Rock JOEL B. POMERENE Chicago, Ill. DANIEL SCH UMER Brooklyn, N. Y. KENNETH SMITH Fart Smith JOHN L. WALLER Little Rook A. J. YATES Bentomfill L..-,, R Wqiiiy C -V. 72 fC'IlCU!.'l'Ui E Q' Wm DAN T. GRAY, DEAN Agricultural research and extension activities as well as actual resident student training l'all to the College ot' Agriculture. In a farming state such as Arkansas these services are naturally closely tied up with the interests ol' the people. In his position as director ol' both research and as dean of the college, Dean Dan 'l'. Gray is probably the most important single link in this school-people rela- tionship. As dean he has developed the college into an agency for the training ol' extension workers. As head ol' exten- sion activities he has directed the work of these agents. And as director ot' the research service ol' the school he hilli been instrumental in the discovery ol' new methods, which, distributed by college trained men and women, have resulted in a better state and a more prosperous people. llut, according to Dean Gray, the schoof's first duty is to develop young men and women for leadership in Arkansas. 73 ,--1- S, -. 45 'fu I f fj - I rf' nk if ' As X I ,. '-.-..4 l', ng ' if F WW ei .A 44. 1' , X' Ig ' C 2 .f 'HA gs, ,N-Q we X ,Wx .1 A G SL an Q . Q, -3 . I 1 X ., '.PK?'T'Jx I SENIORS HAR LD AN BABER I Fayetteville O TRUM ...... ' Alpha Gamma Rho, A.D.A., Agriculturist Staff '36-'37. DAVID BATEMAN . . . Al ha Gamma Rho Wesle P .......Newport la ers Arkansas Agriculturiste P V Y Assistant Business Mahager '34, Alpha, Chi Sigma. CHAS. OSBORN BELL . . . . . Greenwood Lambda Chi Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi. JOSEPH W. DENNINGTON A.G.R., F.F.A., A.D.A., 4-H Cl . ' ....... Foultf ub, Y.M.C.A. EDWARD HAROLD BOSTIC. . . . Cabot CARRIE BOYD ..... A.D.A. Secretary, Agricuituris . . . . . . Iackxonville t Staff '35-'36-'37, 4-H Club, Hfime Ec Club, W.A.A., Women's League, Women's Rifle Club. VANN W. BROWN . . .A Club, Football Letter 3 Years. BUELL BURNS . MARY EVELYN CATE . . 4-H Club, A.D.A., Home Ec Cl ROBERT J. cooic . . . 4'H Club, F.F.A., Y.M.C.A. JOSEPH W. DENNINGTON A-G-R., 4-H House, University WILLIAM B. DENTON . . . Fort Smith . Yellville , . . Fayetteville ub. , . . Maglzalia . .Fouke 4-Ili Club, 'F.A.A. ........Alma Y-M.C.A., F.F.A. President, A.D.A. Treasurer, 4-H Club. WILLIE BELLE DUKE . . ........Strong 4-H Club House, A.D.A., 4-H Club, Home Ec Club, Girls' 'VH House President. FANNIE ANE ELM RE J O ....... 4'H House, A.D.A., Home Ec Club, 4-H House. LESTER C. FINLEY . . . MARK C. FORREST . . . Waxhington . . . . . . Fayetteville . . . . . . .Mulberry A'G-R-e A.D.A., Member of Dairy Judging Team. MARJORIE FUGITT . . . AD-A., Home Ec Club. HELEN LOUISE GARDNER . . . . . . Fayetteville .......Haml7urg University Theatre, Debate Club, Women's Rifle Club, Glee Club, A.D.A. ELWIN GILLILAND . . . Beelne A-GR., Sophomore Class Treasurer, Senior Class President, -lunffll' Class President, A.D.A. President, F.F,A., Black CHI Cotillion, Wesley Players, Varsity Basketball ,34-,35-'36-37, Y'M-CA., Basketball Team Sub-Captain, All Conference '35- ,36i Agticulturist Staff. FAYE GOREY ..... . . . . . . .Fayetteville A'D-A-y Home Ec Club Treasurer, 4-H Club. I DOROTHY GUILLIAMS ....... Fayetteville Lambda Tau, Home Ec Club. CECIL M. HANKINS . . .......PineBluff A.G.R., 4-H Club Vice-President, Y.lVl.C.A., A.D.A., A-B-C., Student's Affairs Committee '36-'37, Black Cat Cotil- lmne National Dairy Judging Team '36, Winner of Gulf Steel Essay Contest '35, Agriculturist Staff, Advertising Manager '36-'37, AGRICULTURE 75 E3iQTi1EL"TEL X y lf .- s i in , Nw." NX X. C. .f ' 1 ' ,J I 'N .' I .f . ax, ,- e- ' -iv. KENNETH S. BATES Waldron A.G.R., Alpha Zeta, Man- aging Editor of Agricultur- ist, 4-H Club, F.F.A., Y.M. C.A., A.D.A., Member of Dairy Judging Team. KEITH J. BILBREY Imbodcn Alpha Zeta, A.D.A. PAUL BOYER Bcebe A.G.R., Alpha Zeta. MURRAY BYLANDER Little Rock S.P.E., Black Cat Cotil- lion, Scabbard and Blade, Vice-President Vigilance Committee. ZELMA CORLEY Magazine A.D.A., Home Ec Club. J. W. DODSON Summers A.L.T. OTIS W. FARRAR Jonesboro A.G.R. SIDNEY E. FORRESTER Prescott A.B.C., 4-H Club. ROGER I. GILLILAND Beebe A.D.A., A.B.C., Y.M.c.A., 4-H Club, A.G.R. CLAY HANSEN Atl: Flat A.G.R., Alpha Zeta, Y.M. C.A., President 4-H Club, Agriculturist Assistant Edi- tor, A. D. A., Advertising Manager. Qs . h.1,1'j,-gigs. - ' I-9513131 - .-.t ,nge f ,K I - , nr 55l., ,' , it -1 Rwmyiwwkawww J li3i"i'f'I' fgfili?-f,i'?!Qg 'j FT-H YY ff- L... .,,,,,,,.., -. , i:ig"g'I '3 11" f- . f3'.'.1"L.I f------.55 , , If ,1 I y f ,:t:::.I 7395" " . I,af', g:1t:gI LTS:-y ----------' --if-ff Q--W f'-""-""""'-,,,,,, gr, .ei iiifi.. l, -,-..,--., W .-.W I WILLIAM M. HAWKINS Memphis, Tenn. Kappa Sigma. LEON HOLLEY Centerville Alpha Zeta, A.G.R., A.D.A. F.F.A. RUTH HUTCHESON Burkner A.D.A., Home Ec Club, Rifle Club, Women's League, Vice-President '37, Carnall Hall Governing Board '37, EWING KINKEAD Little Rock Theta Kappa Nu. D. V. MALOCI-I Emerson JESSIE MITCHELL Wynne 4-H Club, Home Ec Club, A.D.A., Vice-President of 4-H House '33, Secretaty'35, President '36. WILIVIA L. IVICKELVEY Paragould 4-H House, Home Ec Club, 4-H Club, A.D.A., Rifle Club. ERNESTINE McLEMORE Fayetteville Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Alpha Beta, A.D.A., Assoc- iate Manager of Arkansas Agriculturist, Editorial and Reportorial Board of Arkan- sas Traveler, Mixed Chorus. ALICIA READ Fayetteville Chi Omega. HELEN M. SPEARS Hot Springs International R e I a t i ons C I u b , Women's League, Home Ec Club. II' .Ii- I I . I III II II III IIII I I II W III 411, I I I I II I. I ,I II :I I x I I I I I I . I I I I I . ,I I I III I I I I I I II ILI5 NIJ IW I Igl If I I 'L III III II. I, II I I I III I I IIII ,?5T'fT"",.-,ff-H315 'eg' Zi ' ,eg . - :f ' ', X . - ave, mf-ae. -ff. . fra,-in-fi. fa: ,J I-.mit-,?e,,y te- f iq,-. 1.-I 4-wr, 'P - AGRICULTURE 76 SENIORS WOODROW W. HAYNES ....... Alpha Gamma Rho, A.D.A., 4- HClub, F.F.A. NEVA HILL . . . Kappa Kappa Gamn1a, Rootin' Rubes, Home Ec lance Committee. ELMER B. HONEA . Alpha Zeta, Basketball '34.-'33, i i i ELIZABETH IRBY . 4-H House, Home Ec Club, Y.W.C.A., 4-H Club AILEEN JONES . . Charleston Russellville Club, Vigi- Fayetteville . Watson , A.D.A. Monticello 4-H I'Iouse,- Hcme Ec Club, Rootin, Rubes, 4-H Club, Women's League, A.D.A. NELL VIRGINIA KINCANNON ..... Booneville 4-I-I House, Home Ec Club, 4-H Club, Rootin' Rubes, A.D.A., Women's League J. C. LEMONS . . . LAWRENCE A. LEWIS Alpha Zeta Scribe of , A culturist '36-'37, A.D.A. . FRED E. MARTIN . A.G.R., A.D.A. VERNON W. MATHIS lphzi Zeta' 'is-'37,'EQ1ir . . .Coy Farmington or of Agri- . Havana . Sheridan JOHN THOMAS MCDANIEL ..... Alpha Gamma Rho, President, Alpha Zeta, Vice-President, Vice-President of University Men's Sunday School Class, Inter- fratcrnity Council, Black Cat Cotillion, Track '35-'36. Forrest City R. HENRY MCDONALD . l. . ..... Bearden A.D.A., 4-H Club. CHRISTINE IVICKISSACK ......... Waldo Delta Delta Delta, A.D.A., Women's League, Rifle Club, 4-H Club, Home E: Club. . HOWARD F. McKNIGHT . . . Clinton Alpha Zeta. ANDREW PATTON . . . . . . Canfield A.D.A. ' AMA GENE PEPPERKORN . . . Mu5le0gee,OlZld. Home Ec Club, A.D.A. JESSE THOMAS SILVEY ......... Bodtazv Alpha Gamma Rho, 4-H Club, F.F.A., A.I3.C., A.D.A., Y.M.C.A., B.S.U. ANN SIMS ............. Joplin,Mo. Zeta Tau Alpha, Blackfriars, lThe Swan '36I Women's League, Y.W.C.A., Vice-President of Home Ec Clsb, Secretary of Rootin' Rubes, Women's Panhellenic, Women's Vigilance Committee, Razcrback Staff, A,D.A., Vice-President, Rush Captain of Zeta Tau Alpha '36, Mixed Chorus. GEORGE WALLACE SORRELLS ...... Beanien Censcr Alpha Zeta '36-'37, Agriculturist Staff, A.D.A. THURMON D LOYD WALTERS ..... Springdale Pershing Rifleman. MILDRED WEIR ........... Fayetteville Zeta Tau Alpha, Member of Home Ec Club, Women's League, Y.W.C.A., A.D.A. COLE J. WESTBROOK . ..... . . . Fouke Alpha Gamma Rho. 4 SENIORS CHESTER F. WILLIAMS . Y.M.C.A., 4-H Club. WILLIAM DECKET WYLIE . . Alpha Zeta. JUNIORS HERMAN AIKMAN . Alpha Gamma Rho. OWEN E. ALLRED . ELAINE ARENDALE . University Theater JOHN ISIGLER . . . . Beebe . Carthage . . Bluffton . .Bentonville . Springdale . . Gilletl JOHN HARDY BROWN ........ El Dorado , Alpha Gamma Rho, F.F.A., Vice-President '35-'36, Secretary 35337, 4-H Club, Cotillion Club, Y.M.C.A., A.B.C., Agri- culturist Staff. JOSEPHINE BUNCH .......... Kingffvf' Home Ec Club, 4.1-I Club, A.D.A., Y.w.c.A. ORAN BURNS .... CLARETTA CAMERON . . . 4-H House, Home Ec Club, A.D.A. BEN C. CARTER . . I-ENDON CHAMBERS ..... Freshman Numeral Basketball '36, F.F.A., YEVONNE CHARLESWORTH . . Home Ec Club, A.D.A., Phi Alpha Beta. JACK F. COLEMAN ...... Kappa Sigma, Pershing Rifles, A.D.A. ESTHER LANE CRUTCI-IER . HOUR Ec Club. JEFF DAVIS .... H0nor Roll in '34-'35. JAMES T. EDWARDS . . . SIDNEY A. FAIRCHILD ..... AlPl'l8 Gamma Rho, Y.M.C.A., President HARRY GOODWIN . . . Rector . .Portia . Pine Bluff . . . . Stuttgart Y.M.C.A. . . SiloamSprings . .Lonolte , , Springdale . .El Dorado . . Monticello Rosstan ,314-'i5,'AfD.A. . . . DeWitt MARGUERITE GRIFFIN ..... Tfptmwi11e,Tem1- lieta Tau Alpha, Rootin, Rubes, Home Ec Club, Y.W.C.A., W0men's League. AGRICULTURE "" 77 1:i35YMm'Mew t"r rrrae I, , fjgi 1, . W QANYWM-UU.,. . I . ,.,,. -......,, I . .C , , HW+,gy..s,w A iii A' I C, is-"jjgjf 1-fsftf-I+ a . W I f -' ' ...aug .,.-.:....... ..,. . . . . . AOLIA OLDI-IAlVl YOES Greenland GIBSON F. ANDERSON Magnolia A.D.A. FRANK BRODIE Van Buren Football, Basketball '35-'36 '37, A Club. LORRAINE BURNS Fayetteville A.D.A., Home Ec Club, 4-H Club, Wesley Founda- tion Council. MURREY CAMPBELL Cane Hill BARNEY CHAMBERS Fayetteville .lOl-IN M. CRAVENS Prairie View 4-H Club, Alpha Zeta. MAURINE EDMISTON Oklahoma City, Okla. Kappa Kappa Gamma. JNO. V. FERGUSON, JR. Lonoke Kappa Sigma. MARJORIE GUNNELS Village "W 'ii ,ur IT' .17-:E A fTm3fi'5il'-'ff . . , aw... :vt .' 1 a far-it .. ' .iiiga lt S KI-' f da . '.l.'1'7i 'M 3xQEii.2iiiw:'13LJf21::.' . . P- v v FRED W. HARPER Paris F.F.A., State F.F.A., Pres- ident '35-'36-' A.D.A, EVELYN HOLT Fort Smith 4-H House, A. D. A. Home Ec Club, 4-H Club. PAUL E. INZER Camden F.F.A. KATHRYN KENNEDY Greenivooll LOUISE LEWIS Havana Home Ec Club, Y.W.C.A. KATHRYN MAYDEN Fayetteville JANICE MILLS Marxlrall University Theater, A.D.A. EVELYN E. MULLINS Ash Flat Home Ec Club, A.D.A. BOB McKENZIE Sheridan ... ........,.,-...,.... .aw ....-,.....-.,.- - AGRICULTURE 78 JUNIORS WILLIAM HAYES . . Y.M.C.A., ABC., F.F.A. HUGH W. HILL . . . THOMAS HOLLAND . . Clrarlexton . . .... Texarkana . . . . . . . Springdale A.G.R., Alpha Zeta Award '33, Poetry Club. BEVERLY DENIESE HOPPER ..... Marked Tree Pi Beta Phi, A.D.A., Home Ec Club, Rootin' Rubes, Agri- culturist Staff, Vigilance Committee '35-'36, . DALE HOPPER .... RUSSELL HUGHES . Alpha Gamma Rho. MAX A. JETER . . TRAVIS C. KEAHEY . JOHN V. KECK . . GRADY KNIGHT . . Theta Kappa Nu, A.D.A. J. PAUL LATTURE . . . . . . . . . ForrestCity . . Joiner . Norman . . Pickens .' . Roger: 1 . . . . Sparlcman ' Beelre Alpha Gamma Rho, Y.M.C.A., F.F.A., A.B.C., 4-H Club, Arkansas Agriculturist Staff '34-'35, Business Manager '36-'37, Stooge Staff '35-'36-, Chairman of Vigilance Committee '35-'36, Chairman of Social Committee '36-'37, A.D.A. JULIA LEMLEY . . . .........Hope Hendrix Transfer, Chi Omega. . EDWIN W. LOUDERMILK . . . Adona Boys' 4-H House. PAULINE LYONS . . . . . . . . Fayetteville Rifle Team, Home Ec Club, A.D.A. J. W. MAXWELL . . . JOE MAXWELL . . Alpha Zeta, 4-H Club. BRUCE MENEES . FORREST MILLER . Pi Kappa Alpha. CELIA ELIZABETH MIRES . GENE W. MOORE . RUTH McCORD .... . . . Montirello . Kingston . Quitman . . Carlisle . Fayetteville . Rogers . . . . . . . Springdale 4-H House, Rootin' Rubcs, Y.W.C.A., Wornen's League, Home Ec Club, 4-H Club. JOHN CARTER MCCOY Alpha Gamma Rho, 4-H Club. MARION NARISI . . . Freshman Basketball '33-'34, B JAMES HUEY NELSON . . . . Lowell . .... FortSmitl1 and '34-'35-'36, Pershing Rifles. . . Havana JUNIURS C. WOODROW NICKELS .,... North Little Rock Alpha Gamma Rho, 4-H Club, A.D.A., Y.M.C.A. ARTHUR NOBLES, .IR .... Sigma Phi Epsilon. RAY OLIVE . . . Alpha Gamma Rho. J. AUSTIN PARISH . . LULA RAE PIERCE . Home Ec Club NORMAN B. POWELL . . H. B. RICE, JR ....... CYRIL EDD RICKETT . . . . Star City . . Enola Fayetteville Springdale . Imbozlen Springdale . Romance Alpha Gamma Rho, Secretary '36-'37, Vice-President Y.lVl. CA. '35-'36, President '36-'37, A.D.A., University 4-H Club, F.F.A., Circulation Manager Arkansas Agriculturist. JOHN A. RIGSLY .... . . . Hot Springs CARL E. ROSE ............. flippin Alpha Gamma Rho, F.F.A., 4-H Club, A.D.A. KERMIT C. ROSS ........... Hector Alpha Gamma Rho, A.D.A., 4-H Club, F.F.A. D. C. ROY .......... . DeWitt Theta Kappa Nu. MARIE SHORT . . Emerson EUGENE SMITH . . MrGcl7ee WALTER V. SMITH . . . Norman HAROLD SNYDER . . . Green Forest F.F.A., Y.M.C.A., A.D.A. EVANGELINE SOUTER ..... . . Taylor A-D-A., Home Ec Club, Y.W.c.A., B.s.u. LOIS STANDLEE ........ GreenFore:t JAMES B. SWIFT . . Charleston BOYS' 4-H House. EVA sus THOMPSON .... . Harrison A-D.A., Home Ec Club, 4-H Club. CHESTER C. TORBETT .... . Danville Alpha Gamma Rho, E- C. WALKER, JR. . . Prairie Vim FRANCES WALL . . . . Evansville MAURICE WHITING . . . . Nady EARL H. WILDY ........... Etonfalv YKQPPG Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Zeta, 4-H Club, AiW.C.A., Secretary '35-'36, Vi.e-President '36-'37, KHPP3 Plm President '36-'37, Intcrfraternity Council. AGRICULTURE X 79 X X W. B. OWEN Alma Sigma Phi Epsilon. CLAUDE L. PR ICE Stamp: F.F.A. GEORGE ROBERTSON A marillo, Texas Alpha Gamma Rho, A.B.C. EVERETTE N. SANDERS Foukc F.F.A. WM. M. SMITHERMAN Springdale MAURICE L. STEPHENS Calla! JOHN C. VOLENTINE Wert Fork NORVALE WHITE Belleville Zeta Tau Alpha, Y,W, C-A-, Womsn's L e a g u e , Home Ec Club, Mixed Chorus, International Rela- tions Club. MILDRED YARBROUGH Camden e 'gsgm 'wifi-..Av-we.,'wir Rxffsgie-e,ie-if J Za " I'?j.,ii7'3M. ,, .J "-.,:.J'yv- "2 f .RA f iff' '- 4 f ' x, - A, xp . . ,gf V, , M4 ,V ,' AGRICULTURE SOPHOMORES CHARLEEN ALLISON England JAMES L. BROWN Rogers DOUGLAS W. CRINER Searcy MAE E. DVORACHEK Fayetteville GARVIN L. GREEN Magazine EDITH ANN KEELING Maumee ROBERT W. MARSH Fort Smith MARTHA F. PATTON Van Buren EARL PETTYJOHN Imboden ., ,. ,---P---F -.-, AN' 80 N- ,-. f . .rs . f. ...,f:.H,?. J '., , ' 0mf"':m J... : .J G. c. ASHLEY, JR. . . VANCE E. BEASLEY . . ROBERT NEWTON BERRY . STEVE G CALDWELL . BOBERTA , CARPENTER . JUANITA COX . BEATRICE DAVIS . EDITH DODSON .... HARLAND N. DOUGHTY . KATHERINE DVORACHEK . . JOHN EVANS .... i . JOHN A. GILLEAN . WM. O. HAZELBACKER . . THAYER DEE HENDRICKSON GEORGE HILL ...... HOWARD S. KEELING . LUCY MAE KRIEG . . GRACE JEWEL LINCOLN . VIRGINIA MILLER . FRED C. McGUE . . FRED McKNIGHT . LINA JUNE PAUL . . BETSY PAYNE . . THOMAS JACKSON REED . LEWIS E. ROBERTSON . . . Springfield,Mo. . .Heth . .Fayetteville . . Horatio . Ash Flat . Pocahontas . . Hartford . Ozark . Huntsville E Minneapolis, Minn. . '. Anna,TexaS . . Wicker . . Eudora . Greenbrier . Sterling . Bruno . . Beebe . . Forrest City . Siloam Springs . Hot Springs . . Clinton . . Fayetteville . Midland, Texas . . Springdale . . Fayetteville SOPHOMORES AGRICULTURE MARGARET ROBINSON SAMUEL B. SCHLEIFER J. RALPH SHAY . . GORDON J. SWEARINGEN . . BYRON THOMAS WALDRIP . . HARRY WARNOCK . BRUCE WILCOX . . ADA WINTERS . EDWIN WISE . HAZEL WOODRUFF . BETTY ANN YOUNG . WILLIAM B. YAMPERT FRESHMEN HELEN ARMSTRONG FROYCE MAE BARKER CLARENCE BELL . EVERETT PERSHING BERRY . . MARTHA BIGGER . . CECIL BITTLE . . LOUIS BONDS . . . . West Fork Ellen-ville, N. Y. . Springdale . Fayetteville . Magness . . Camden . . Douglar,Ariz. . . Colt . Fayetteville . Lepanto . . Helena . . Wilmot . . Dell . . Magazine . . Harrison . Fayetteville . Caddo Gap Heber Spring: . Lepanto LORENE BATTENS . . . . Roger: VICTORY ANITA BURNETT . . DeWitt JACK H. CARNEY . . Rudy WII-LIAM j. CHASE . . Memphis, Tenn. IMOGENE COGER . . . Hunfwillf gg.. f .YQ vffwf I ADELAIDE STEPHENS Cabot HENRY L. WHITE Cotter LLOYD J. WOODELL Camden Ku-Hum ZIMMERMAN Almyra FRANKLIN BENNETT Fayetteville E. G. BLANKENSHIP Yellville CECIL BRANNEN Fayetteville WOODROW CEARLEY Sheridan GEORGE COX Prairie G rave DELLE DAVIS Tulsa, Okla. MARTHA DOUGLASS Fayetteville HIRAM BUTLER EAKIN Marianna CHARLES F. FRIEND Pecan Point RICHARD E. GREGORY A ugusta PHOEBE TODD HARRIS Prairie Grove THEDA N. HENBEST Fayetteville VIOLET V. HORTON Springdale CHAS. E. HUMPHREYS Hot Springs FRESHMEN GEORGE DAVIS, JR. . JUANITA DAVIS . . ELIZABETH DICKINSON JOHN P. DOZIER . . SAM HARRIS DuBOSE OLIVER K. EAKIN . . HERBERT H. EARNEST NANCY FERGUSON . . ED FOGG .... ALBERT GARTSIDE . JESSIE MAE GASTON ' JOE BOB GLASGOW CURTIS L. HANKINS . HERSCHEL HARDIN . . FLORENCE B. HARDING ROBERT E. HARRIS . IRA LEE HAYS -. . GRADY S. HELM . CLAUDIA MAE HOLT MARY FERN HONEA . MARIGENE HOWELL . DUANE HUDDLESTON RICHARD INGRUM . JAMES KIPPLE . . Hatfield' . .... Greenland . . IVext Hartford, Conn. . . Moro . Lewisville . Marianna . . Mena . Fayetteville . . ForrcstCity . Rogers . Sparkman Hot Spring: . Pinelilnff . . England Haskell. Okld' . Stuttgart Crawfordsville Prairie Grove' . Vanndale . Fayetteville . . Lonolu' . Flippin . Springdale . Gentry FRESHMEN VIRGINIA LATE . . . CAROLYN McCULLOCH ALFRED S. McELROY . WORTH L. MATTESON JOHN W. MAULDIN . ELIOT MISHKIN . DORIS PAULINE MOORE FORREST MOORE . . . W. A. NIVEN . ROBBIE RAMEY . JOHN R. REED . . BILLY D. SANDERS . . ALLAN SEGRAVES . . JAMES W. SLATON . JULIA MAE SMITH . FRASER STEPHENS . .JOHN STEVENS . K. M. STREETER . LORITA TOMLIN . . LORRAINE TREEDY . EDYTH VARLEY . FOYE WHITE . . HUGH L. WILLIAMS . Springdale Fort Smillv . Bauxite Foreman Hillcman New York Hartford Blyllveville . Salem Fayetteville . Mena . Piggott . Osceola . .Joiner Lillie Rock . Clinton Blytlveville . Wilson Green wood' Fayetleville . K enxetl Magazine McGehee AGRICULTURE Q6- , N'-.xx M. H. MCGENDON, JR Baterville JANE MITCHELL Branron, Mo. WILLIAM PITTS Imboclen JORDAN SAWYER Bentonville MARILOU SMITH Tulsa, Okla. ROMAYNE TATE Paragould WARREN WALTERS Fayetleville WILLIAM F. WRIGHT Joiner 83 1 84 l K EDUCATIVN L . .HOTZ, D While some students who plan to become teachers take much of their work in other colleges, the College of Edu- cation alone offers professional training in that field. In the curriculum of his college Dean H. G. Hotz has striven to correlate the courses of study with the work offered in other schools of the university. In this way he hopes to give practical guidance in the methods of teaching, to- gether with a general culture and intellectual background of preparation. 'l'he school itself is founded on the prin- ciple that, teaching is a field requiring expert technical service. 'l'hus its basic purpose is to furnish professional training and to develop technical skill. llut the school offers special services as well. lts Teachers Placement llureau has succeeded in obtaining positions for large numbers of students and alumni each year. liducational research furnishes new information for students and teachers. JI I Vie! In X 4 s.-w. pa . if .' X' 4' . i' ,Z . --... f x , P. At once both students and teachers are students in the College of IQducation who attend classes part of their time and in turn teach for the rest of their time. They are taught new and better teaching methods as well as the psychology of their pupils. 'l'he facts which they learn in these classes they apply in their own practical work in the Peabody grammar and high school which is maintained by the College of Education for the training of future teachers under actual teaching conditions. In thc training school students teach classes in which they plan to work after graduation: thus, a student who expects to teach in grammar school will direct handicraft work by grade school children or teach them geography while at the same time attending school her- self. Faculty members advise these young teachers and supervise their work. 'l'he school also maintains a free placement bureau for its students and graduates to help them find positions. 86 SENIORS MAXINE BARRON ,,,,,.. . Fayetteville Delta Gamma, Y.W.C.A., W.A.A. MARY KATHRYN BELL .... . Farffffvillf Chi Omega, Pi Kappa, Blaclclriers, Guiclon. CURTIS SHERMAN CROUCH . , . F-fyffffvillf University Theater, MARGARET DISCHER . . . .Redwood Falls,Minn. RENNA CATHERINE FRANKLIN . . . . Van Buren Delta Gamma Vi.e-President, Rootin' Rubts, Y.W.C.A. Treasurer, Wcmen's League, Vigilance Committee. GEORGE W, GARNER . . . .... Hat Spring: Intemational Relations Club. KATHERINE VYRL GRAHAM . . . Lowell W-A.A. Secretary '34-'35, Y.W.C.A. MARY JEAN GRAY .... . . Hot Springs Pl Beta Phi. I-OIS HITE . . . . ..... Fayetteville I-UCILE JAMES ............ Horattio , Delta Gamma, Women's League, Y.W.C.A., Traveler Staff 35-'36, Homecoming Queen '36-'37, Corresponding Secretary Of Delta Gamma. MOE KREGSTEIN ........ Maywood, Iv. 1. Kappa Nu, Honor Roll, Treasurer of Kappa Nu, Vice-Presi- dem of Kappa Nu, Deutscher Verein. GRACE MARLEY .......... Texarkana .Delta Delta Delta, Swastilca, Guidcn, Octagon, Kappa Delta Pl, .W0m2h,S League, Panhellenic Representative, Miss Texas University '36, DELIA MATTESON , , , Prairie Grove KATHERINE MILLER ....... Hereford, Texas Delta Delta Delta, Kappa Deita Pi, WoI11en's League, Honor Roll, W.A.A. SUEYOUNG McCLURE . . ...... rm small Chr Omega, International Relations Club, Blaclcfriars, Mixed Chorus, Rifle Club, Y.W.C.A., Women's League. HELENA MCLEOD ..... . . jackson, Tenn- Clll Omega. JEWELL OTT ............ Little Rock Delta Gamma, Women's League, Y.W.C.A., Rifle Club. MARY ELLA PARKINSON ....... Fort Smith Delta Gamma, Women's League, Y.W.C.A. FRANCES LEWIS RICHARDSON . . . . Fayetteville KQPPG Delta Pi, Psychology Club. MARY LOUISE CAIN ........ Fayetteville DFreshman Queen '33, Vice-President of Junior Class, Kappa elra Pi President, Lambda Tau, Guiclon, Women's League, R00Ilhl Rubes, Octagon, International Relations Club. ,wyctf , ' 'fin'-711,-, xg. 1 MERLE D. CLARK Horatio MARY DOWDEN Dermott Chi Omega, International Relations Club, Glee Club, WoInen's League. GEORGE W. GILMORE Wichita Falls, Texas Football. WILLA GRACE HARDY Poteau, Okla. Kappa Kappa G a m m a , Rootin' Rubes, University Theatre, Panhellenic, Wom- en's League, Y.W.C.A. MARY KELLY Sheridan Vice-President of Camall Hall, B.S.U. Reporter, Y.W. C.A., Women's League. BETTY MATTESON Foreman Kappa Kanna Gamma, Guidon, Pi Kappa, Women's League, Vigilance Committee, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Pan. hellenic. HELEN MORGAN Rayville, La. Chi Omega. LORENE NIMS Hot Spring: Pi Beta Phi. CHARLES E. PRUSACK Sabina, Pa. Football, Dramatic Club, Debating Club. PERCY SANDERS Stephen: Kappa Sigma, Football. ....,..,,,,q ,I-11, WM . A ' Yi. , ii. jffgfefjf 1 'arfaleismf-at 2:-' - I x qglgaiwl'-Typ-5' :,,f-Q- i ,,','j'+-igit' 1' - -. .' f if .5-,-,H rg, " X ff' tj, i J .-L' 'A H il mtl. "n HIL II I , grime' 34,1 . l li' 1 fl, N., I H' ' ' 1 i -4-.. P - iw' ' A - ,..-., ,,... A , 'I L..--New ft 11- -" .A A .: ffl N. lf. -- - W- - - ...f as ....-- 4,1 Ar .aw ,erm-:r7' ' W ' ' 'bf-,:.LLM L.-s-13:-:.T."i1Q ,- SAVOY SEAIVISTER Bentonville "A" Club, Football '33-'36, MARY THOMPSON McGel1ee . Chi Omega,Women's League, Swastilca, Guidon, U Rootin' Rubes, Student Sen- " ate Representative. KERMIT WALTERS 1 Bienville, La. g -l ii MARTHA Woon Hot Springs 1 i i DOROTHY ALLEN Little Rock Chi Omega,Women's League, W.A.A., Rifle Club, Y.W.C.A., W.A.A., Inter- , national Relations Club. ' SUSAN CLARK BUSH V E varuvill e ' MILDRED CROSS i' Q Fayetteville 1 X Chi Omega, Lambda Tau, ' Rootin' Rubes Women's f League, W.A.A., Rifle Club. ARMINDA DOTY ' Shreveport, La. Zeta Tau Alpha, Rootin' , R u b e s , Women's League, i Guidon, Blaclcfrlars, Y.W. C.A., International Relations ' Club. MARY NANCE FAIR I Little Rock I Delta Delta Delta. DENNIE HAYs I Melbourne Pi Kappa Alpha. EDUCATION ifliw W 88 if-' . up-' ui, ,.i..f '-'-?.?"Sif7 fag, M52-L . -. L ,L 51411,-an I . , ew,-f.,,,,5.L jj, auf, 1,1 7 wp f :gf gg, .:g,.?'4,.g1 iii' , I SE,NIl0RS MONROE EARL SIMPSON . . . Poteau,Olzld- University Theater. MARJORIE ELAINE SMITH ..... Winnfield,La. Chi Omega, Rifle Club, Women's League. CLIFFORD VAN SICKLE ....... Morris,Olela. Football '34935-'36, Captain '36, "A" Club, Vice-President. NEWMAN ,WALKER . .' ....... Fayetteville Band. FRANCES WANTUCK . . Fayetteville Delta Gamma. FRANCES WEST . .I ......... McGel1ee Chi Omega, Rootin' Rubes, President Women's League, Rifle Club, Wcmen's Viligance Committee. A 4 CAROLYN WYRICK .... ' .' . . Magma Pi Beta Phi, Women's League, Y.W.C.A. ELIZABETH YOES ..... ,, . . . . Van Buren Pi Beta Phi, Honor Roll '37, Womenls League President '34, Y.W.C.A. t t L JUNIORS' IDA MAE BARNHART . . ,. ' . . Fayetteville Lambda Tau, Honor Roll '34-'35. VIRGINIA BURKE . . . Okmulgee,Okld- CHARLES CONNELL . . . Clvicago,Ill. Sigma Phi Epsilon. JOHNNIE LORENE CRAWFORD . . . . Little Rock International Relations Club. MARJORIE DEARING . . Little Rock Chi Omega. JOHN DONALDSON ...... . Little Rotlc .Sigma Nu, Football '35-'36, "A" Club. MARY ELIZABETH EDMINSTON .... Fayetteville Chi Omega, Sophomore Class Vice-President, Vigilance Com- mittee, Women's League, Rifle Club. JAMES A. ENGLISH .... . Fayetteville Sigma Nu, Junior Class President. WARREN FOSTER . . Fort Smith RAY HAMILTON . . . . . Sheridan "A" Club, Football, Basketball. WANDA CECIL HOLLINGSWORTH ,... Flippin Kappa Delta Pi Scholarship For Outstanding juniors, I-Ion0f Roll '35-'36, ESTEL RICHARD HOPKINS . . Alix L1 IUNIORS IRENE HUTCHENSON Chl Omega. EDWARDLALMAN . S-gm Phi Epsilon. GLADYS LAWSON . DON LOCKARD . . . Pi Kappa Alpha, Balafbllll. ELIZABETH LYON . . University Theater. EREW A. MARTIN . . . Iombflllt Vigilance Committee. ADA MARIE NEFF . . . MARY ELIZABETH PEGG . . Nashville . MCA lifter, Okla. . . Fayetteville . . Batesville . . Fort Smith . Morris, Oltla. . . Miami, Olela. Muxkogee, Olzla. KUPPG Kappa Gamma, Sigma Alpha Iota, Wcmen's League, Y-W.C.A., Mixed Chorus. EDWINA PORTER .......... Fayetteville L Delta Gamma, Roctin' Rubes, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Women's faguv, Panhellenic Representative, President of Delta Gamma. C- ROBERT RHODES ......... Fayetteville KQPPH Alpha, Boxing Champion Bantam and Featherweight, ,lunlor Class Representative, Rifle Team, Student Senate. QACK ROBBINS ........... Little Roth 'gmfl Nu, Football, A Club, Basketball, Track. ODUS E R BE TS ,,,,,.,. Poteau,OlQla. S, . O R 'SWIG Chi, Football. AILEEN ROWELI. . . . . . Keixer Rifle Club, Y.W.C.A., Home Eic Club. l KATHRYN ROWELL . . . . Keixer w0lhCh'S Rifle Team, Y.W.C.A.' i ARTHUR SYIFFMAN . KGPPH Nu. EUGENIA l-l. STACY . . . Paterxon, N. I. Wynne XVKGPPQ Kappa Gamma, Lambda' Tau, Slvastilea, .Pai1hellenic, omehs League, Y.W.C.A., President of Kappa Kappa Gam- md. IQBANCES STRAIN ........... Rogers 0men's League, Cornall Hall Governing Board. MAXINE TROUTT .......... Fayetteville SOPHDMORES SVCIE MAE WILLIAMS .......... Mena 9m0f1'S League, B.S.U., Y.W.C.A. BETTY Atus ..... Little Roelt BILLIE LEE ANDERSON . Delaney BETTY ATHA . . . Fayetteville ABBIE R. BAIRD . . . . Springdale MARY CORNELIA BERRY . . . Dumaf ANN KATHRYN BOGERT . . mfffftiflf LOUISE BURTON . . . Lewisville EDUCATION . .aw L.......J nl' Q' xfv 5 llmx 89 A I S BETTY LEE LEATHERS Fayetteville Chi Omega, Rootin' Rubes, Women's League. HELEN MASTERS Miami, Okla. THOMAS L. QUAY Ml.Valley, N. 1. W. T. ROGERS Prairie Grove Sigma Phi Epsilon. DWIGHT SLOAN Rudy Kappa Alpha, Freshman Football, Varsity Football. THADDEUS B. VANCE Texarkana Sigma Phi Epsilon. MARGUERITE ARMSTRONG Dell BARNEY Bl.ANlcENsHll1 Texarkana WILLESTINE CHERRY Fayetteville III 1,1739 MYR DELLE CRESS Fayetteville EDWINA GREEN Lockesburg ALICE HENRY jacksonville ERLENE MEHEARG H ugber MARGARET McLEMORE Fayetteville LEO PRICE New York RALPH W. TAPP Fayetteville LYDIA j. WILLIAMS West Fo rk HANNAH SUE BAIRD Springdale I I I ,, 90 "e. EnucATl0N SOPEHOMURES THELMA LOUISE DACUS . AGNES DALTON .... KATHRYNFINCH BARNES . MARGARET GREER . BILLY GREESON . . oRA GULLEY . MAY CORINNE HUNT . BETH MAXWELL . MARY JO MAYES , . FRANKIE MOORE . EDITH McCRARY .... LAURA LOUISE McDANIEL . . LILA McCURTREY . . ROSALIE PARISH . CORINNE PARKER . HERBERT BEONARD SCHLOBERG GLENN SMITH ' ...... MARY ELIZABETH SWISHER . EVELYN THURLBY . . OLGA TRAIL .... EARLENE UPCHURCH .- RAYMOND A. WILLIAMS . MABEL LOUISE WILSON . FRESHMEN BETTY LOU BATEMAN . . . ANNA BEL BERRY . . GRAYCE BOHE . West M6l7lplJlf . . Norman . . Malvern . . Ozark . . Hamburg . West Fark . . Lincoln . Cotton Plant .4 Fayettcvlllf-' . Huntingtoll , . Lonolu' . Forrest CND' . . Risen . Fayettcvillr' . Fayetteville . Grecnwirlv, Conn. . .Harrison . . Hack!!! . Fayettcvillf . . l"armingt0H . Fort Smith . Rogers . . Horativ Springdalf . . Yellvillc . Fayetteville FRESHMEN ROBERT LESTER BOYD . JUANITA' CHERRY . ELLA MAY DYER . . FRANCES A. ELSEY . HAYDEN ESTES . . NORMAN E. FORSEE . . ETHEL LOUISE HENDERSON NELL HENIKEN ..... MODEST HENSLEY . MARY sUE JOHNSON . . JACK JUSTICE .... GLADYS MERRIL IcARNEs MARY MAE MARSH . WILMA MARTIN . FRANCES MATI-IIs . JACK NULL . . DELL OWENS .... MARY JULIA PATTON . HELEN L. RAMEY .... MARY FRANCES RANDALL BETTY RANDOLPH . EDDIE SALIBA . MILDRED SCHEID . . . WILLIAM F. STYLER, JR. . WILFRED THORPE . . HOPE WADE . . . MARYBELLE WILSON . . . Slullgarl . Fayelleville . Ho! Spring: . lfayetteville . A sb Flat . , Bauxile . Bcntorwille . . MeGel1ee . Leslie . H0ll5f0llA, Texas . Paragould . . Cane Hill . Decalur . Ifayelleville . Faye!! evil I e . Mefilister, Okla. , Bearden Van Buren . Winxlorv , .Vim Buren . .TIal:a,Olcla. Blyllreville , Norllw Lillle Rock Queens Villallfr N- Y- . . Liltle Koek , , joncxboro . Springdale EDUCATION s. ph I gt. , "xfqf:.1QfT.-'V TlTHI'lF:I LEE ::,:,L-A . .. 2 I , I-wp-1 f Ii I f Itfk ll , - . . ..-gff.,'l VERNEAL EDWARDS Fayetteville E. G. HARDING Roger: VERA MAE HOLT Fort Smith RUTH LONG A urora NANCY L. NEWLAND Clmutauqua, Ill. DANIEL POLL Bronx, N. Y. AILEEN ROUGHTON Hiwassc PATTY THOMPSON Rogerx OPAL WOODCOCK Garfield 91 -lf? I 'A A i4?fIf'1f'fF.Q:2Z3 .L .v..IIf:9E3 f -'34 D E1 r, t Q R .L D u .L 2 s J. C. JORDAN, D , 9 Nationally recognized as an educator and scholar, Dean J. C. Jordan has worked unceasingly during the last ten years for an ever better Graduate School and a rising standard among graduate students. He has encouraged only the best students with proven ability to go on with their college study and has attempted to aid these students, in becoming independent scholars, t.o add in their turn new knowledge to t.he store of mankind. The aim of the Graduate School has been two-fold: It has tried to give to its students further knowledge in their chosen subjects und has worked to implant in these stu- dents something of the methods of research in order that they might carry on their studies alone. Also, through his work in the many honorary societies ot' which he is an active member, Dean Jordan has done much to develop a greater interest in both scholarship and wider student activities among the students of thc university as a whole. X N ,J . 'TT Q., I BRUCE BISSELIJ Pine Bluff Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon, Honor Roll '36, Interfraternity Council, Ca- det Colonel. ELIZABETH HUNT Fort Smith Chi Omega, Honor Roll ,36. W. C. MARRIS Piggott Alpha Chi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon. HOWARD B. MITCHELL Fayetteville University Theatre, Razor- back Staff. FRANCES REYNOLDS Fayetteville Chi Omega, Pre-Med Club. HARRIETTE SMITH Shreveport, La. Zeta Tau Alpha President, Rifle Club, Panhellenic, W. A. A., International Rela' tions Club. RALPH E. THURMAN Tahlequab, Olzla. Sigma Tau Gamma. JACK WAGONER Fayetteville Theta Kappa Nu, Political Science Club, International Relations Club, President, Razorback Staff '35, Social Committee '35, Honor Roll '36. GRADUATES SIDNEY H. BLAKELY . . . Fort Smith JOHN E. KANE ........... Fayetteville Lambda Chi Alpha, Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Psi Chi, Debate Club, "A" Club. JOHN N. McKEE . . . Moriah Center, 'N. Y. Beta Psi. - V WILLIAM O. PENROSE ......... Hunter Pi Kappa Alpha, Debate Club President. University Theater, Wesley Players, President, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Beta Kappa, International Relations Club, Graduation Honors '36. JAMES FERGUS RHODES ....... Fayetteville A.I.E.E,, Arkansas Engineer Staff, President I.E.S., Pershing Rifles. 1 O E, L. THURMAN . . . TalvIequalv,Okla. CLYDE CHARLES TREECE ...... Fayetteville Theta Kappa Nu, "A" Club, A.I.E.E., A.S.C.E., Track '28- '29-'30, ALFRED WESLEY SAFIAN . . New York City, N. Y. Pre-Med Club. I 1 , . LORENE ALLEN . Graduate. PHIL G. ALSTON . . .lunior Class. .IOSEPH ANODIDE . Junior Class. CORINNE BEASLEY .... Senior Class, Kappa Kappa Gamma. ROBERT JAMES BOWEN . . Freshman Class. ROBERT W. BROWN . .lunior Class. .I. O. COBB . . . Freshman Class. JAMES O. DAVIS . I Freshman Class. RUSSELL DENHAM . .lunior Class. AUBREY D. DOUTHITT . S0Phomcre Class. THOMAS J. DRAKE . SEC . . Cove , , Texarkana . Nanty-GIG, P4- . . Waldo , . Altheimer , Van Buren . . Nimrod , , Altheimer . . Wilmot . . Sidney . . . . Winthrop Juni... Class, Y.M.c.A., A.D.Al, F'.F.A. GWENDCLYN DUNCAN . . Senior Class, Chi Omega. JAMES EPPOLITO . Freshman Class. WALTER FRIEDLAND . . . Freshman Class, Theta Epsilon Phi. G- W. GRIFFIN ...... ,lumcr Class, Theta Kappa Nu. MELBA HARRELL . Fl'0Shman Class. GERTRUDE HILL . . . Freshman Class. JOHN LEONARD I-IINDs . . Fl'0Shman Class. P- D. I-IUEF ....... Freshman Class, Theta Kappa Nu. WILLIAM W, JEAN .... Fl'9Shman Class. CLAUDE E. LYNCH Freshman Class, Alpha Gaminalkhlo. l KENNETH MELOAD .... .-lunlof, Honor Roll '36, A.I.E.E. VESTAL MONTGOMERY . . -lunwr Class. MORRIS OSTERMAN .... Freshman Class, Tau Epsilon Phi. VIRGINIA PERRY . . . luhlor Class. FREDERICK L. PI-IILLYSS . . Freshman Class, Tau Epsilon Phi. JAMES D. PIPKIN ..... ,Iumor Class. MAC ROEBUCK . . S0Phomore Class. CAROLINE SEALE .... Sovhcmare Class, Rifle Club. JULIUS SECKLER ..... Freshman Class, Tau Epsilon Phi. HAYS SULLIVAN . Lethbridge, Canada , . Nanty-Glo, Pa. . Haekenxatk, N- .I- . . . . Atkins . . North Little Rook , . Tulsa, Okla. . . Yuma, A riz. . . Little Rock . . M ow . . Osceola . Little Rock . . . . Clarksville New York City, N. Y- . . . . Ravenden New York City, N. Y. . . . .Chicag0,1ll- , . Texarkana . . Houston, Texaf New York City, N. Y. B 'irdette Gfailuate Student, B.S. in E..u.a. un rom Mississippi State. MARMIN VINES . . . -ll-ml0r Class, F.F.A. , . . Mt. Ida 0N,D SEMESTER STUDENTS - I ,, j. l 5' xl 7... .Wt rv R OV. . 4 X ' 5 1' A Y I J. ,U ff 1. 9 AA C ' 4 F, , ' N -lr M 9 si' ov 'P 5? JA , "' 6 ' I , I4 rc .' Q P 'I af- of '-. F ' . F V - J 1 V . I - is 1' i 1 i' A? . ' 3 l .I H fa t.. 95 X JACK BATCHELOR Sheridan Junior Class. LEON D. CHAMBERS Glendale junior Class. FRANK C. DOUGLAS Blytheville Freshman Class. DAVID K. ELLISON Wynne junior Class, Lamhtla Ch Alpha. NOLA HARDIN Redfield Junior Class. M. H. HOWELL Lonoke Freshman Class. LELA MAE McGOWAN Alma junior Class. BEN. POSTERNACK Brooklyn, N. Y. Theta Epsilon Phi. ALBERT RIDINGS Iilytheafillc Freshman Class. JOSEPH D. SHAY Hot Springs Sophomore, Tau Epsilon Phi. MERRITT R. WENTZ Elkins Junior Class. ,,, - vy5g,,."'fbl 96 AC'I'lVI'l'IES I - '-1-'-RN V . 'Q f. Fi. fmig - Indigenous Congrcl, hon of Triplimlnl r Q ' , ' IM 11I0!10fVC!7!l'X.. r l - -Surrca!i.f1 Hofvwrl item lx- ' xiii W Y . 4., -Y I Q 1 Q V 27- o . 1 Y' a I ' 1- r Y , 1 X : , . 5 ' - , z I ' 15.4. . 1 -W fs... ,X . as jlasna- ,I 5,- , -,. I:-If 'iii 'NC. I Tv' I QI T U Hs PUBMCATIONS F 'I W. LEMKE I BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS RAZORBACK JIMMY BYRD ..., Editor JACK HOBSON . Assoc. Ed. HENRY WOODS . . . Mgr. TRAVELER JOHN HUTCHISON . Editor GAY SIMS .... Manager AGRICULTURIST ,..,l - LAWRENCE LEWIS . Editor ,J I ' PAUL LATTURE . Manager J i ' if gif J Q V 1 Y I' I mm 'SQ L Vx ' . A XZ,-'-'Q -.-.IM f N, ENGINEER 'kg ,I , ar'-I ' HARI.EY WALKER . Editor ,4 ,, BOB MILNER . . Manager 1. P R E S S C L U B PAUL CUNNINGI-IAM, Pres. FEATURES .WHOIS WHO BEAUTIES MARGARET GREER DOROTHY JEAN SEVIER KAY DVORACI-IEK MILDREIJ CROSS RUTH MCCORD QUEENS MARIE FEARING MARIGENE HOWELL LUCILLE JAMES JAFVUIFIALISWIX A ,....,,....- -...Q-.... ..- -fc ,,.. . ...,.. ...-. '-f LEMKE... Instruction in journalism has been offered at the University of Arkansas for many years. Until 1930 journalism was a part of the English department. Among foi-mr-r journalism teachers were Wainwright Evans, who collaborated with Judge lien Lindsey in writing several books: Norman J. Rudder, noted advertising authority: Murray Sheehan, novelistg Victor Portman, now at the University ot' Kentucky: and .l. lvynioml French, now a member of the journalism faculty at Indiana Universitv. W. J. Lemke took charge of journalism instruction here in 1928 and a separate 410- partment was organized under his direction in the fall ot' 1930. A former newspaper man, Mr. Lemke keeps up his newspaper contacts by writing the university publicity releases, conducting a daily column in the Fayetteville Democrat, and editing a featuri. in the Arkansas Gazette. Assistant Professor of journalism is J. A. 'l'halheimer, a graduate ot' Columbia University who joined the Arkansas faculty in 1930. Tha qw., journalism professors sponsor the Arkansas High School l'ress Asgqjcigtion' which holds its annual meeting here each spring and which has contributed many students to the local departlnent. lOl BOARD OF PUBLICATIQUNS OFFICERS G. E. RIPLEY . . Chairman ELSIJANE TRIMBLE . . . Secretary G. E. RIPLEY Chairman FACULTY MEMBERS STUDENT MEMBERS ' T. C. CARLSON ELSIJANE TRIMB1.E GEORGE HASTINGS EDWARD STocIcEIz W. J. LEMKE SARAEEL ROBERTS JOSEPH THALI-IEIIVIER MAYNARD -lol-INSON . -IOHNSON ROBERTS STOCKER TRIMBLE 102 BOARD DF PUBLICATIONS Guardiangangel of student periodicals is the . Board of Publications. This legislative body s ., chooses candidates, lets contracts, rules on policies, 1 and handles purse strings. Four faculty members and four students con- stitute the group. Dean G. E. Ripley is chairman and has no vote unless a tie arises. The faculty men are W. Lemke and A. Thalheimer of the journalism department, Dr. G. E. Hastings, English, and T. C. Carlson, business manager. New student members are appointed annually by ELSUANE TRIMBLE the president of the Associated Students. This Secrelary year they were Elsijane Trimble, Sarabel Roberts, Edward Stocker, and Maynard Johnson. Each spring from the mass of applicants for staff positions, the board selects two candidates for each office to be elected by the students. Later in the year, the body lets contracts for printing, engraving and photography for the next term's work. Selective bidding determines the firms and low cost is weighed heavily. Hence financial problems confront the board for the most part. During the term, business managers of the publications make a monthly report to the board. This is checked to make efficient handling of accounts. The Razorback and Traveler managers re- port to the board. Managers of the Engineer and Agriculturist are responsible to a budget com- mittee. The Board of Publications determines amounts of salaries for editors and managers of the Razor- back and Traveler. And the coffers are watched closely in purchasing new equipment and supplies. Working in conjunction with the board, and appointed by President C. Futrall is a censor- ing committee. This group functions when it is deemed necessary by the board to prevent abuses against good taste, when incompetency of editors or managers is indicated by their work, and when material antagonistic to the well-being of the University is prepared. In such cases, the committee recommends measures to be taken, as in one instance, they caused an entire manuscript to be re- written. 103 URBACK 193.7 RAZORBACK EDITORIAL STAFF JIMMY BYRD JACK HOBSON - . GAIL BORDEN . . WILLARD I-IAWKINS ELLSWORTH CI-IUNN HOWARD MITCHELI. FRED RAINS . Q. LEIGHTON RUDOLPI-I VIRGINIA I-IINKLE , DOROTHY DOUGLAS ANN SIMS . . . VICTOR DIDINSKY L . Editor-in Chief . Associate Editor . Associate Editor . Associate Editor . . . . Sports Editor Staff Photographer . . Assistant Photographer . -. . . . Military Editor Organizations Editor . . Assistant Organizations Editor - . Sorority Editor .N Fraternity Editor HUGH I-IUMPHREYS ..... Assistant Fraternity Editor JIMMY BYRD STAFF ARTISTS ' I -' Editor JACK HOBSON WILLARD I-IAWKINS R. L. FRASER This 1937 RAZORBACK is dedicated to "Today at Arkansasf Modernism. featuring the ele- ment time, has been used to make a different book. I The active hours of a University day are portrayed chronologically in the feature section. And in the view section a tour of the campus is laid out. Gray borders have been printed for ease on eyes. Surrealistic drawings illustrate main divisions and cartoons after the style of famous artists portray sub-divisions. This is done to create a book that will bring back to memory scenes and events we will love to peruse long after we get out into "the cruel, hard world." A Y? First row: Borden, Chunn, Didinsky, Douglas, Fraser, Hawkins. Sezond row: Hinkle, Hobson, Humphreys, Mitchell, Rudolph, Sims. 104 RAZORBACK BUSINESS STAFF HENRY Woons BARTON GROOM Rox' DANUSER LLOYD DARNELL J. PHILIP ARNO . MAURICE DICHEK FRED LENOWITZ EDITH MAE HAND JOSEPH FELDBERG ALLEN SEAGRAVES JOHN WHITING RAZORBACK 1937 . . . Business Manager . Assistant Business Manager . Assistant Business Manager . Assistant Business Manager i . . Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager . Assistant Advertising Manager . . Organization Manager Assistant Organization Manager . Assistant Organization Manager HENRY WOODS . Assistant Organization Manager Manager The RAZORBACK ls a permanent advertising medium. This boolc will be kept and its mes sage read for years. Merchants who have bought space in the RAZORBACK realize this. d bl' h' lis boon students can cooperate by purchasing from As they have cooperate in pu IS Ing fl ', advertisers. We wish to express our appreciation for the considerations given us by these men and for the worlc of the staff in preparing this volume. Usually this page is used as a vent for the business manager's feelings. It has been a grIpe column." Not so, this edition. We have nothing but good wishes to write. First row: Arno, Dzmuser, Darnell, Dichek, Feldberg Second row: Groom, Hand, Lcnowirz, Sengraves, Whiting. 105 ARKANSAS TRAVELER JOHN HUTCHISON THORNTON Moons PAT STOREY . . PAUL CUNNINGHAM . BERNARD KEATING OTIS HAYS, JR. Bon MAIN . DOUGLAS SMITH . BETTIE BARNES JULIET MAYHELD JOHN I-IU1-CH150N MARY WOOD BEAUCHAMP . Editor JACK HOBSON . . . This yearis Traveler has not always been the voice of the students. TRAVELER EDITORIAL STAFF . . Editor Managing Editor Managing Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor Assistant Editor .Assistant Editor Assistant Editor . Society Editor Society Assistant Society Assistant . .Staff Artist There are times when it is the function of the newspaper to lead, or even to oppose the general sentiment of the readers, as long as char newspaper truly thinlcs it is acting in the interest of those readers. Upon such a tenet the editors have endeavored to publish your newspaper. They have tried to show judicious independence, and when they considered the acts or opinions of student or faculty member to be detrimental to student interest they have said so. 150 First row: Barnes, Beauchamp Cunningham, Hays, Heiden, Hobson. Second row: jacks, Main, Mayfield, Moore, Smith, Storey. 106 0 d. rx ARKANSAS TRAVELER TRAVELER BUSINESS STAFF GAY SIMS . . Business Manager JAMES EDSON . . Assistant Business Manager FLETCHER LONG . . Circulation Manager Advertising Assistants JOE VOL BUTT C. CAMPBELL BILL FROGUE LEROY POND HAROLD MORRIS Circulation Assistants GAY SIMS RRICK Manager J. M. DODSON, JOHN GUNN, ARTHUR MARCUS, JAMEs ME In the light of such independence, the Traveler has been completely free from administrative interference, or any action resembling censorship. That freedom promises to continue as long as Traveler editors temper vigor with judgment. For that liberty I am grateful, as I am also for the help of an able staff. The staff has been selected for its ability and industry. It has contained no loafers. --Iolm Hutchison. I ,W First row: Butt, Campbell, Dodson, Edson, Frogue. Second row: Gunn, Marcus, Merrick, Morris, Pond. 107 ARKANSAS AGRICULTURIST l EDITORIAL STAFF LAWRENCE LEWIS . . Editor-in-Chief CLAY HANSON . . Associate Editor WALLACE SORRELLS . Feature Editor BEVERLY HOPPER . . Feature Editor IVAN GILLILAND' . . Activities Editor CARRIE BOYD . . . Activities Editor KENNETH S. BATES- . . Managing Editor T. L. STREETER . , Special Staff PAY GRAY . . Special Staff I-I. T. BABER . . Alumni Editor . MILDRED WEIR ...... Alumni Editor REPORTERS LAWRENCE LEWIS THOMAS SILVEY MARTHA PATTON I Educ' LEON HOLLEY JESSIE MITCHELL The Arkansas Agriculturist is a magazine published monthly by the students of the College of Agriculture. Its staff is chosen by the vote of the student body of that college, andithe admin- istration of the magazine is in the hands of the agricultural students. Dean Dan T. Gray sometimes contributes to the Agriculturist as do other leading agricultur- al experts in the state. Both general and technical news items appear in its columns each month which are of interest to farmers and agricultural workers of the state as well as to they students. First row: Baber, Bates, Boyd, Gilliland, Gorey, Hanson. Second row: Holley, Hopper, Patton, Silvey, Sorrells, Weir. 108 ARK ANSAS AGRICULTURIST BUSINESS STAFF PAUL LATTURE JOHN I-I. BROWN ERNESTINE MCLEMORE HAROLD SNYDER . JAMES L. BRONVN K. M. STREETER . CYR11. E. RICKETT . RUBELLE ROARK . GEORGE Cox MARK FORREST Assistant . . . Business Assistant Business Associate Business . . Advertising National Advertising National Advertising Circulation Assistant Circulation Assistant Circulation Assistant Circulation The Agriculturist not only serves the students of the College of Agriculture, but is sent to all Adanager Adanager Alanager Adanager Adanager Adanager Alanager Hdanager Manager PAUL LATTURE Manager M 4114867 colleges and leading high schools of the state in exchange for other magazines. It is also sent to farmers and agricultural workers throughout the state, since many of its articles are of a technical nature which tend to benefit of agriculture in Arkansas. ' The business staff is concerned with matters of advertising, circulation, and general financial welfare of the magazine. A special issue is iprepared each year as a feature of Agri Day First row: 1. L. Brown, J. H. Brown, Cox, Hankins, Harper. Second row: McLcmore, Niven, Olive, Riclcett, Streeter. 109 ARKANSAS ENGINEQER EDITORIAL STAFF HARLEY WALKER . . . Editor '9"'X T. -I. KEATING ' . . Associate Editor A. S. STEIGER . . Associate Editor DELBERT CONGER . . Alumni Editor R. L. FRASER . . Humor Editor HARLEY WALKER Editor The Arkansas Engineer, official publication of the University of Arkansas College of Engineer- ing, is the oldest of the individual college journals. It was inaugurated in 1920. The Engineer is issued quarterly for distribution to all students of the college and to people over the state who follow the activities of the University Engineering School. It is conducted by a staff of Engineering students, with W. B. Stelzner and W. R. Spencer as faculty advisers. Features of the journal include articles by students and professors, alumni news, editorials, and announcements. Each year on Engineer's Day an especially elaborate edition is published. D If 4 A i 5 ' A. D. ALLEN W. H. DAVIDSON ROBERT C. NEINSTEDT LEONARD W. Russum W. O. SHIRLEY 110 ARK ANSAS ENGIN BUSINESS STAFF Bos MILNER . , ROBERT C. NIENSTEDT W. H. DAVIDSON . A. S. STEIGER W. O. SHIRLEY . LEONARD Russuivi A. D. ALLEN H. W. SANDERS . . ,Business Manager . Associate Business Manager . Assistant Business Manager National Advertising Manager Associate Advertising Manager . Local Advertising Manager . Circulation Manager . Circulation Manager .,, .....,,.. .. ,ggx,j,,1 A' ,. ei if In 'I -4 1 Boa MILNER Manager The Arkansas Engineer is now a member of the Engineering College Magazines Association. This body accepted our magazine as a member at its fourteenth annual convention held at Rose Polytechnic Institute, Terre Haute, Indiana, on October 16, 1934. The recognition thus accorded us put the Engineer into a class of the leading college engineering publications throughout the country. The E. C. M. A. is an association of 21 established magazines, organized to develop better en- gineering college magazines, especially the right in securing more and better advertising. In order to carry out these objectives, especially to make the engineering college magazine a more attractive advertising medium to the national advertisers, a set of standards were adopted, and are: Limiting the member magazines to the size of 12 pages, requiring greater regularity in issuing the magazines, and demanding greater editorial exactness. l DELDERT CONGER R. L. FRASER T. J. KEATING lll A. S. STEIGER 1. i I i i 'D 3 i I Q E i l i 1 l v s I ir , , i . V , V i 1, if 5 l r l i Ii W i 1 Z i 3 5 5 r I i i 1 i E I i I S 5 I. Q E Q Q, K. .M P il if! X ,I- V L ,L xr I t I 5 F. E 1 I I PAUL CUNNINGHAM President JIMMY BYRD ELLSWORTH CHUNN W. B. COLEY PAUL CUNNINGHAM WILLIAM DUNN SAUL FEDER JIM BOHART TODD ELLIS ERWIN FUNK PRESS CLUB OFFICERS PAUL CUNNINGHAM President 'ELLSWORTH CHUNN Vice-President PAT STOREY i S ecre tary MASTON JACKS . . Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS R A W. LEMKE J. A. THALHEIMER MEMBERS LELAND LEATHERMAN ROBERT MAIN THORNTON MOORE BILL PLEITZ A. R. PUCKETT BOB HAMP OTIS I-IAYS, JR. JACK HOBSON JOHN I-IUTCHISON MASTON JACKS BERNARD KEATING GAY SIMS I-IONDRARY MEMBERS J. D. HURST RUFUS J. NELSON V. L. JONES . E. W. PATE JEROME MCROY W. K. ROSE DOUGLAS SMITH JOHN H. SPICER PAT STOREY , HERMAN TEETER HENRY WOODS E. R. STAFFORD R. C. WALKER A. G. WHIDDEN Besides general interest in student publications, the Press Club has given interest to outsicle activities. The purpose of the club is to further student interest in journalistic activities On the campus. First row: Byrd, Coley, Cunningham, Dunn, Feder, Hump, Hays, Hobson, Hutchison, Jacks, Leatherman Second row: Main, Moore, Pleitz, Puckett, Sims, Smith, Spicer, Storey, Teeter, Woods 112 LL IN A DAY Q JL- .xy - . QC ' . James S H09 9' """" , f h:'.y. .,-' ' .QM . . .MQ-. A .. I le Henry QL, ,-. ,,, 1 V241 .,. .1 'X ii: ' 1 'S T010 A. M. 1.3 'mf 3M Jr" 5 Burton and Hunt glance over the day's news . , , Sigma Nu'5 Slmnkle, Wilggii and Sparks march glibly on to an 8 o'cloclc . . . Our own "big boy Hearst" Ollt after a scoop or maybe de- livering papers . . . Betty Sue fights valiantly to lead "Mother" Rand home . . . just outside study- ing a bit, free from snoopy librarians . . . The ever-present Marjori rips off a ditty . . . The Seab- bard and Bladers go through a few routines . . . French Lewis is potential material for Ziegfeld . . . Recruit Hall raffles off a magazine to the public-a Sears-Roebuck catalog . . . Bob Stout poses with one of his buddies in the Arkansas cavalry . . . Jo Blunlc, the political minded lass from Car- nall Hall . . . A glance at the sports page before combing the hair . . . Chief, the most studious class attendant from the Sigma Chi house. 114 J l ,I I Q 2 f E I Y: K I K ,fv- Wx 77 2-ff f ,"f. ogv . ." VU 3013? wb: N W'3i5?""5f,gh?,g,g,g ff , ei A ,,,-wa, C .wg -fi v f 3 l A.. -. 4, '1fH1JfLT"? , 5, ,- P , ww H. l I ,A '51 . .Ju-1-1 ll I.. N - - " if-' '. '55, .m,. , fm-1 - ,.1"f ,sw -,, N-:.,,..,i, I 00.3 ss?-5 5' n in ef :-le 'gil '5?T4:-3 i?f:57'7 'lf Ji!-f V V -v 53 K X IA 4351, 'Yff M f V. ' ' X In '!' ESQ ei 4 .., xr" '4s A E 4. 's 1' 'Q K 'c I at N - 8 Q- 1 Lambda Chi Cornet eyes Rita Mark from afar while Rita eyes the camera . . . Ruth Wriglit gives rushees the welcoming smile . . . Dubard and Marley coming from the war in Guidon uni- form . . . The agris take a. little poke at the Law school along with several others . . . A group of the l0C3l young bloods discuss the "beautiful eyes", etc., while the girls do their muggin' during fush Week . . . Students wait for the agri parade . . . The parade finally arrives . . . Local Loch- mvars practice a proposal on a willing subject . . . The agri parade goes by . . . Theta Kappa Nu Wilcox leads his boys to the sorority "workbenches', for a workout during rush week . . . Mc- Williams puts on her act. Then she'll go home and tell all the girls how she can string them along ' ' ' Dr. Cover cocks his feet up on the desk and quotes the market. 117 THE X 4 Q xi NS' J 12 T02P. M. 'SVT' ., . A , Q' Some of the bo s cam ai vnin in the s rin election . . . Batson can't even et Ashcraft OUY Y P 2: g P g g of the car to vote . . . More truth than fiction in this sign during homecoming . . . Paula Braun gets all in twitter during election .... Pi Phi Storms says tsk! tskl . . .If you can see her face ou'll know it's "S uinchn Smith mountin the ladder . . . Mrs. Barnes must have left uhublvien Y Cl g home to cook his own dinner . . . Hutch makes a uess as to how Pickens and "Cookie', will vote g . . . From where these Sig Alphs have located the football game must look pretty good . . . The "Deacon" ex lains how it was done . . . The cadets et a ood tan at Leavenworth . . . Swimmers P g g watch "Happy" Campbell play Hercules with Betty Allis . . . Dotty Allen does well election day, but not quite well enough. 118 I :K J xg, ? , F 2 ' ig!! I -S Su . . wg-- n ' N 1' l . ps- I I sv . ix? 9 Q ,.. VN " I 'S N1 pu fd' ' .'g.:f"i7' .L , M, ." T, , 75 "W is '!i 3 ,riff .53 Y 1 ' W. K. fn I A .1 0 , W... .--y '! Y 'gqgu '. X 2 ' ' -ur'..' ' . -3 35 ' i ,.-G ,..f 1.5, ve . 5 , ,, 1409" ENG. in I- k W 'f -' A 5 4 .5239 3 ' FP U il at bnihh -A ,1 I. X If ' - .. H "' 'Q -' j,,,gm - " V "J: -v '-'..' gi A i Q. X x ' 1 0 4 'M -+5 ff- '- in ' A N Q MN An., J x tl in A 9 A- 'wi ,if ' if ., hi' in 5, nu 1 ,D-n' l w , wt-'F AGG- j ix 2 'KAP .1,,,4f ' 'W N A .J J, 1 auf-4 Nbr.. I fi A 5 W I 1 3 X, in '! ...J 5, "N..,6 My X 1 Rh x. Q O -. ...ig ., 9 , i . 4 K 4T06P.M. 45 F af 0'-L Camerman-elect Ware gets a taste of the camera along with a couple of Chios . . . The Razor- baclc band does a bit of fancy drilling at a game . . . "Patty,' Thompson fails to register as favor- ably with Lambda Chi McCanne as with the K. Z's . . . Bob Milner and Bylander dine at the Chio house dance . . . Queens Braun, Otte, DuBard, and Stacy see the Homecoming game . . . Caple turns barber to trim the Tulsa cheer leaders after Arkansas had trimmed Tulsa . . . Governor Bailey greets Frank Holt . . . Alford, Hudson, Harris, and Mullen celebrate the downfall of S. M. U. . . - A bunch of bathing beauties . . . Coach Cole imitates ex-coach Schmidt's reaction to Laforg6S touchdown dash in the 1933 T. C. U. game . . . Cheer leaders pep up the crowd at S. M. U. . . - Gentry flips Caple through the air with the greatest of ease . . . Keating dances cheek-to-cheelc. 122 4 .A , - A ' .. . 4411" ' - . .-:P--'1 , P.. ' QT 493 all M ,j ,gfdl "l"""l il qllX'4 ' 54 ,. N: 1 gr x ai Q an sa U .' tv.. . ra-u. I 'f uv Vw.. .. 1,14 u 5 1 9 fipf XX fe xii? , Y Lf ,f A .wi 4 l 4 X f I 21 A B' .Nw ,-my - L' ' x 5 4 ,,. B "' we mn W 1 V Y X X l V I- ? ,, N ft ' 5, 'W'-24? X I Q l n, 'V m,.q. 9 ul ax, ' f D S' I 6 '-' ?ai. J, .IX Q .,N h, -.. - IX ' o no ' ,,,. , Het x n ' I I f- -- . -1 if 'I . . QQ' wi AJ ff WZ, A If? Q, , I .ak ff 1- -.?",': "' 1 .. ", Ph- -'- -631.2 .sk ' 75' KX! I L51 53 i f-xfq 0 1. ,. . A.-.- .1 I ' 1 K L: , -Q F ' M I Q 4 ' x Q 4 1..- VL 9. 'f ol E' gin .JK ' 4 I X X4 -'- Q: A I i XA! 'Il' 'nik .5 ' 0 . QPR. - ':.:.1.j 'R' ' ,.s, . ' Q, 3'y,ww llll I H .fh , f 1 f 2 'ZF ' X XX wif A'- e , . 4 , ix' A ,. . 2. f 1 "es- -' - , , - up ,. L, K , N 'f , X - P v. qi' ,H f -y-' I r f 'I gf. 11,1 -V , ' 1 'Q . , - 'nn' L., - ii ' A fl? rf: ' 1 3 - , -'f'ff . b J' ml. 1 , , " 1. A ! 7g1?fZ'Q -rf f . ' ik Q I . lflrv, I ' . 1 , , . t .4 uw, I " X .4 'x '. Y I Q ll T L .- 1 I 21 ef-' 1' ... Wifeg 1 ' A O - - Y - x x I J, . :si-if k'?V f'? f3 if ,ff 'n. , 5 '5- QHHME Mfr' W X, 1 L see now, WI-IO'S PVHO lveref, W i-I O ' S W i-I O wx" '45 ir 4r",I!rTQ' 35.135 ' A K- 3lQe 1 5.51-L mai: 1 sg , -41: FI QQ ELWIN GILLILAND 4 A. D. A. Manager, Suln-captain of lnaslcetluall team, president of senior classg mcmlver of Alpha Gamma Rho. MARGARET JACOWAY President of Pi Beta Plii, memlwer of Guidtm and Routin' Ru ies, iss r 'a s..' . - e l Nl' A L n as Tr1vtl'r '56, XVuman's League President '36. GEORGE MAKRIS President of Sigma Alplia Epsilon first semester, president of Alplia Kappa Psi, president of Tau Kappa Alplia, memlver of Blue Key, Plii Eta Sigma, inte.-fraternity cuunfil, delwate team, Hera Gamma Sigma, Captain of Pershing Rifles, member of Scalilvard and Blade. JIM LEE HOWELL President of Associated Students, Captain was e 11 footlwall end ,36. l lc tl ll '36, all-conference lvaslcetlwall guard, all-conference l3l .',a"'wnv' rl. "QV-w """"! nf'B.xi 'F 'mfs-"' filxsiwa Q 57LQQ'm.ffi 0 4' A Hs: ix. -HV rf-P ag I ' Psa nt qffgnq 'W 4"A..+.av+..s 33 - 5 JAMES McKINLEY Honor junior Engineer '36, member of Blue Key, Tau Beta Pi, Engineers Wlxois Wllo '36 and '37, Engi- neer editor first semester, Sigma Phi Epsilon. BOBBIE MARTIN Captain basketball team, sub-captain football team, president of "A" club, member of Commerce Guild. BETTIE BARNES Vice-president of Pi Beta Phi, president of Pi Kappa, society editor of Traveler, business manager-elect of Traveler, member of Rootin, Rubes, Guidon. LADD DAVIES President General Engineering Society, secretary of Theta Tau, treasurer of Tau Beta Pi, member of Blue Key, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Engineer's Wl1o's Who. RALPH RAWLINGS Captain of traclc team, president-elect of student body, member of Blue Key, Sfgma Phi Epsilon, high scorer of 1937 Razorbacks. 132 Nw -s sq- -lun f .D id ra "' 1 I JACK ROBBINS All-conference lialfbaclc, all-conference guard in baslcetball, co-captain elect for next yearls football and baslcetball teams, member of Blue Key and Sigma Nu. LEONARD RUSSUM President of Phi Eta Sigma 36, Honor Junior engineer, member of Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Alplia Clmi Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Pershing Rifles and Sigma Nu. ISABEL STORMS President of Guidon, secretary o wasti a, se r'. y Pi Beta Plmi. RAY VAUGHTERS ' Secretary of Alplma Kappa Psi, Honor Junior business student '36, member of Blue Key, Beta Gamma f S 'lc c ttar of Pan-Hellenic Council, member of Octagon and Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Pershing Rifles, Kappa Sigma, R- O- T- C. Major. FRANK HOLT President of Pi Kappa Alplia '36, president of Black Cat Cotillion, secretary-treasurer of lnterfraternity Council, Vice-president of A. B. C. club, member of Blue Key. 13? J. F. NORMAN Vice-presiclent of Alpha Chi Sigma, secretary of A. I. Ch. E. Battalion Adjutant, member of Tau Beta Pi, Scabbarcl ancl. Blade, Pi Mu Epsilon, Pershing Rifles, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. HENRY WOODS Business manager of Razorback, chairman of constitutional committee, member of Blue Key and A. B. C., honorary member of Press Club. T. J. GENTRY President of International Relations club, representative to national convention of International Relations clubs, manager of intra-mural sports. MARION DIXON Treasurer of Kappa Delta Pi, member of Phi Beta Kappa, Octagon, Rootin Ruhes. BILLIE RUTH JAMES President of Woxiienis League, president of Swastilca, president of Delta Delta Delta, treasurer of Pan- Hellenic Council, member of Octagon. 134 GRACE MARLEY Treasurer of Delta Delta Delta, member of Octagon, Swastilca, Guiclon, Kappa Delta Pi. PAUL SULLIN S President of A. B. C. club first semester, president of Inter-fraternity Council, first semester, president of Lambda Clmi Alpha first semester, secretary of Black Cat Cotillion, member of Blue Key. JOE VOL BUTT President of Blue Key, president of law scliool liogmr council, cadet colonel, '36, captain of Pershing Riflgg 36, member of Kappa Sigma. CLIFFORD VAN SICKLE Captain of football team, captain in R. O. T. C., vice-president of "A" club. JESSIE MITCHELL Assistant manager of A. D. A., manager of 4-H club liouse '36, treasurer of lmme economics club '36, 135 wHo's wHo sELEcTloNs This year's Who's Who was selected by a committee of eight, with Dean G. E. Ripley as chairman. The four faculty members, Professor H. H. Strauss, Dean G. P. Stocker, Dr. D. M. Moore, and Dean Martha Reid, were appointed by the editor of the Razorback. These faculty members in turn selected the four student members to serve on the committee. The student members were Elwin Gilliland, Margaret Jacoway, Jim Lee Howell, and George Malcris. These eight selected the other sixteen students named to Who's Who. STUDENT LAWMAKERS These four students of the University of Arkansas were members of the 1937 state legislature. A. B. Chapman represented Ashley county, Lloyd Darnell, Phillips county, Fred Jones, Montgomery county, and Bob Wood, Izard county. This quartet was active in the deliberations of the General Assembly and was respon- sible for a number of bills introduced during the session. CHAPMAN DARNELL jomss Woon 136 fl ,2 "And just who is this Dean of Women? Ti-IESE .DISARMI NG WOMEN ,--v,,,.,-w-0 ,ff if ,f ,ff """'-'-kms"--w-,,x ---.,xNqM' N ,,f- ' ,.,.... 4- . ,, 4-En.. Hx A A Ay ,ffl X Xu 'x f 1 . ... gf. :nfs , f ,. X '! 1 .fx X, X . SOPHOMORE f ' X X Pr BETA PHI C Q ' 'EX'---"1 Ozark, Arkansas XXX H , X XXX! 'XI X . XX I X . ,X 1 Q . xx X 35 xx I J in fl! ff X Rag -1 g ,f uf X ! ,ff E 5? W 1 x ,fad I 1. s 'N WMM We .mf ff P XX X, ff' XX w FRESHMAN CHI OMEGA Hot Springs, Arkanxas Qvwyfm 5 4 x I , 5, if Vw N -,X LX .Ny X X, x 'X X X x x S X. FRESI-IMAN Y KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA X Mz'nr1eapolis, Minnesota X l X .xxx X J Y I n J I 2 H 1 5 XIX, 1 f f S9 f f x I . il I I X If I . Y K' I 1 xx : x r' A X. , ,K x l s.. K . 7- x X U1 ' xc KK 4 S5 ' z ii YX X x X X I ltr . X X x X, XXX X JUNIOR CHI QNIEGA Fczyetteville, Ark 11715615 EMM ' JUNIOR 4-H Springdale, A rkansas HQ' A MMM SOPH CHI O Carrzderl, OMO If f ff: 1 I! I 'xx X. X.'X X xx x N X RE MEGA Arkansas x ,ff CAMPUS QUEEN Lcfuflgz, HOMECOMING QUEEN J- .?:k. L , iii? 52 xg-:Nj-vg. .. . if A ?1'Ef':t4v ,, ' ffl 'f QW .Q f-??4g.'J.- , 'L . 'higsffq ' , Mfgwa FRESHMAN QUEEN 5 1 L A Ti-l!.E'I'lCS AND MILITAI Y s--0. 'Q-.. 'ff .,l E? ,ffww ' 8:7634 'Q qfx X - " '11 ' w 5 W ff W 3 gp.. , f'. r Q HPF., i .9 I !,,,,.,.. 940C - Tfamuglv Hcll and High Hfatfrf' r r r , , Y Surrvalifl Fmxcr r l X 'x 4 ty-. I fx I BQ 'J Nw X ui .AQ ac +- f IA.. ,.,I'rgQ,,' ' -uf' N1 .MI A Q, A 4.4, N, .I 4 , .f . . ' '1 TF -if U fl amy' ji ' ' rv, Wi' ttf, 'I ' . V. X! ' COACI-IES FRED C. TI-IoIvIsEN, Football GLEN ROSE, Basketball GEORGE COLE, Freshmen FOOTBALL CLIFFORD VAN SICKLE, Captain BOBBIE MARTIN, C o-C aptain B A S K E T B A L L BOZIBIE MARTIN, Captain A ELWIN GILLILANIJ, Sub-Captain M I N O R S P O R T S TRACK TENNIS INTRAMURALS ATHLETIC CLUBS "A" CLUB ROOTIN, RUBES A B C CLUB MILITARY LT.-COL. M. WHITE, P. M. S. and T. BRUCE BISSELL, Cadet Colonel REGIMENTAL HDQ. STAFF CADET STAFF COMPANIES REGIMENTAL SPONSOR OTHER SPONSORS - J ' K f L 4 4 'IAN "Y. +352 'i - '- . I 2.521 ' 1 , 1 'fs ' rr-I ' rn 27, A 'S y 70 jk N -..B 1 y 'ti YQ was as-A XY ' ' , l L. ia ff'-e iw "' "' "' my PN... 1- 41 . . XX!!! X-N,-' - , GEORGE COLE GLEN ROSE FRED C. THOMSEN Freshman Coach Line Coach Head Coach Braintrusters are these exponents of muscle. might and main. Head Coach Thomsen. Great Dane of Nc- braslca, has pushed Porlcers more years than any other coach. Superstitious about red jerseys causing losses, Tommy changed to white. He carries a buclccye in his poclcet for luck. Line and Basketball Coach Rose formerly was a star athlete at Arkansas before making advice-giving his life work. Clean sport, Rose plasters office and dressing room with literary quotations. Another Ex-Razorback. Frosh Coach Cole gives yearlings their under-varsity experience. He furnishes cannon fodder for practice, builds stars for play. Indelible records in Arkansas football history wrote the men on the following pages. They are: Senior guard Percy Sandersg Junior halfbaclc Jack Robbins, All-Conference, second team All-Amcricang Senior fullback Vann Brown: Senior halfbaclc Allen Kceng Senior center Ken Lundayg Junior end Jim Benton. All-Conference, second team All American. S any 1 ph yr 'n nv ,F V 'Suu V :fi 141. rf? 'P ' ,mb a r pi' X f W ll' . 'NO 1 'u gf' 1 fl, IUQA 21" X," f 5 x gr' 21 1 Q ,135 4 '.'- L: "6,sI'a' Uglyrjie 1 6 o ,A,iiH Ky, 1 sd' , I W I vu it ,f DM wah Q I I' w, .gf r'1 IIJLJ ff l1.' ' .57 f' Phrlrb 'V-.r ,Q J. k'i.,r', 'Q' 'hffl vx'?".,i P - s X 'lf F1 NNW 5, ' M , S ull. 0 1 , Y... . .ur K 1 9 X HAIL T0 THE SOUTHWEST CHAMPIONS AND T0 CAPTAINS VAN SICKLE AND MARTIN in CLIFFORD VAN SICKLE Captain Wfeight--192, Height 6 ft., 4 in. Home--Morris, Oklahoma Under the leadership of this tangy tackle the Razorbacks have acquired their first undisputed Southwest con- ference championship. Coolness is an integral part of Van SickIe's makeup and he has proven the ideal leader through a difficult campaign. 74' Boniaia MARTIN Sub-captain Weight-1705 Height 6 ft., 1 in. Home-Texarkana, Arkansas One of the most likable men ever to don a Razorback jersey, Bobbie Martin for two years played the role of the unheraldecl but necessary blocker. During the last half of this scason, Bobbie came-into his own as a sterling ball carrier. Champions were the 1936 Razorback footballers, twice tops, once only however crowned kings. Champions in two ways: first place in the Southwest Conference, and the Rpassingest team in the nation." This title was first given the Arkansans whenithey out-tossed Southern Methodist's aerial circus as it flew' to Rose Bowl fame last year. The title was used anew early in the 1936 season, taken up by the natioln's sports writers. Uncanny passers were the Green Bay Packers, champs of the Nation- al Professional' Footballlseague, but they failed to approach Arkansas' record. In the ten games playecl.in the 1936 cam- paign, the Razorbacks threw 284 passes, completing 124 for 1,432 yards. That's an average of 28.4 passes per game with 12.4 completions for 143.2 yards per af- ternoon. VARSITY SQUAD Y.. ,, -Q A-W . ...,...1. tl . , . T I Top Row: Lackey, W. A. Owen, B. A. Owen, Donaldson, Reeves, N. Martin, Corbett, Hinton, Withers, Brady, Parker, Woodellg Second: Business Manager Cypert, Dr. A. A. Gilbert, Lalman, Fletcher, Stallings, Hamilton, Stout, Wright, Benton, Hunter, Robbins, Assistant Coach Rose, Ccach Thomsen,.Freshman Coach Cole, Third: Sloan Keen, Gilmore B Martin S illers Luncla Va S' kl B od' S ld H Ir , ,. ,p , y, nice,r1e,a1ers, oi Brown, Scamster, Rawlings, E. Gordon, Fourth: Tipton, Roberts, Montgomery, Price, Burdine, N. Gordon, McCIurkin, D. Martin. 160 FRESHMAN SQUAD C' C0 Qin Top Rnw: Creighton, Smith, Howell, Vitale, Parks, May, Lyoni, Tl10rP0, SPGHFS, FF0Sl1mrU1 C0nCl1 Coleg Middle row: Cole, Yates, Forsee, Moreland, Hagood, johnson, Bishop, Bottom Row: Eakins, Wolfson, Maugeri, Hamberg, Briley, Atwood, Saliba, Hall. All all-around season was frosh football. The Yearlings, playing their conference limit, won one, tied one, lost One. First game was played at Will Rogers' hometown, Claremore, Okla. The Pigs lost to Gklahoma Military Academy 6 to 0. Second tussle was a head-buster. Tulsz University's freshmen came over in our yard to play around a bit. We didn't get anywhere with them, so th: score read 0 to 0. Then the Porkers went Indian scalp- ing. Bacone redskins bit the dust in the Pig pen 20 to 0. CONFERENCE STANDINGS W L T Pct. Pts. Opp. Arkansas . 5 l O .833 89 42 T. C. U. . . 4 1 l .750 93 38 Texas A. 86 M. . 3 2 1 .583 43 38 Baylor . 3 2 1 .583 54 74 S. M. U. . . 2 3 1 .416 36 59 Rice , 1 5 0 .167 28 55 RAYMOND SPILLERS Tackle Texas - - 1 5 0 -167 38 75 Wcight-175, Height 5 fr., 10 in. Home-Van Buren, Arkansas The past season was Spiller's third and last year of varsity play. He has three letters to show for his work. A hard, fast charging giant, Spillers has been a valuable man to the squad. 161 rilkx DWIGHT SLOAN Back Weight-175, Height 5 ft., 10 in Home-Van Buren, Arkansas passer of deadly accurancy under GUY kind of weather conditions, Sloan's ability to come through in the crucial moment has been a big factor in the pennant winning march of the Razorbacks. Remember Bay- lor and Texas? ARKANSAS ...... 53 KANSAS TEACHERS . . 0 HOME, SEPT. 26 Rain didn't make their game all wet. It just slicked the football enough to slide into pass receivers arms. So the Razorbacks kept the ball most of the time, threw it around the lot to give the Pittsburg, Kan., Gorillas the agony circle of a 53 to 0 score. A bruised knee kept Jack Robbins out. But the Porkers threw 31 passes, completed 11 for 226 yards. Although Fahrnbruch's kicking was sensational, Arkansas ran the ball out easily. Highlight of the tussle was Ralph Rawlings' 28-yard dash for a tally. Touchdownsz Rawlings, three, Hunter, twog Sloan, Keen, Benton. Extra points: Sloan, three, Owen, two. First downs: Arkansas 255 Teachers, two. ARKANSAS . . 14 T. C. U ........ 18 FORT WORTH, OCT. 3 "A record!" gasped press box sages that warm afternoon in Texas when pass statistics were compiled after a Horned Frog victory of 18 to 14. Never challenged was that record. Seventy-one passes in 60 minutes' worth of pigskin parading occurred. And the terrifically touted "Slingin' Sammie' Baugh tossed 30, connected with 12. "Handsome Jack" Robbins flipped 31, got 18 connected. Frogs beat Hogs in yardage, however, TCU totaling 183 while the Arkansans got 154. Highlight was the deceptive un- expected signal called when Arkansas was backed behind the goal. The boys huddled. Holt dropped back. "Punt!" somebody yelled.- But Holt didn't kick. He passed. Benton caught it, lateraled to Keen, who snake-hipped to the 50 yard line. Touchdownsz TCU-Wilkinson, Rob- erts, Montomery. Arkansas-Benton, Rawlings. Extra points: Owen, two. Robbins, screened by blockers, rompietes pass to Benton. MARION FLETCHER Back Weight-2055 Height-6 ft., 2 in.g Home-Hamburg, Arkansas Fletche's first season of varsity play was commendable. Big and with plenty of speed, he seems to have the physical requirements for a great fullback. All he needs is ex- pericnce, and 1937 should be his big year. 162 RALPH RAWLINGS Baci: Weight--165, Height 5 ff., 11 ia., Home-Waldron, Arkansas This speedy, hardrunning, shifty little back ranked high among con- ference szorers. A fine pass re- ceiver, he was an important cog in the Razorback aerial attack. His all- around ability has made him the student body's choice for their presi- dent. LN ii Mio. LLOYD MONTGOMERY Back Weight-1839 Height 6 fm Home--Bauxite, ArkanSfl5 . var' M-ntgom'ry's first season of of s'tY Play has labeled him GS one at the most promising C1'iPle'threel, backs that the Southwest has eion seen. Speed, weight, and deceptite are combined in this pride of Baum ' Benton leaps to block Bauglfs bullet pass. JACK I-IOLT W Back 381905 Height-s ff., 3 in. H o'm'NFayettevil1e, Arkansas Var-,gmt tompleted his second ycar of one Plal' this past season with was LT' of elegibility remaining. He squad e of the best kickers on the luredlf-and while Robbins was in- fhoesi il ed .fhe All-Conference back's itahly' n This department very cred- sg., RAY HAMILTON End Weight-2064 Height-6 ft., 4 in- Hcme-Sheridan, Arkansas Undeniably one of the best ends in the U. S., this blond giant WGS one ofthe chief reasons that Arkan- sas gained the name of the HPHSS' ingest team in the U. S." Ray WGS also a defensive terror, smashing Plfly after play aimed at his end. NATHAN GORDON End Weight-1805 Height-5 ft., 10 in. Home-Morrilton, Arkansas Although handicapped as an of- fensive end because of his size, Gordon proved himself to be one of the best defensive ends in the Southwest Conference. Time an d time again he broke through to nail opposing ball-carriers behind the line of scrimmage. 163 ARKANSAS . . 14 BAYLOR ....... 10 HOME, OcT. 10 Frenzied were spectators who watch- ed a losing team turn on power in final minutes to beat Baylor 14 to 10. Arkansas spotted the Bears a 10 to 0 lead for over three quarters, then came to life with a bang--and at the bang-of the final gun. Good work did Robbins' passing twin, Dwight "PaddlcfoOt" Sloan. He toss- ed both touchdowns, one to Hamil- ton, who lateraled to Rawlings, and one to Benton after he had raced 45 yards on a sweping end run-the highlght. Russell passed to Gernand for Bay1Or's touchdown. Again scored the Bears when Gernand caught Rus- se11's 40-yard pass, carried to Arkan- sas' five stripe. The Hogs held. Ger- nand booted a field goal. Passing failed to be outstanding. Baylor tried 16, completed five for 51, one inter- cepted. Arkansas attempted 29, com- pleted 13 for 160 yards, one inter- cepted. ARKANSAS ..... 6 GEORGE WASHINGTON 13 WASHINGTON, D. C. OCT. 16 Meeting Arkansas toe to toe with tight pass defense as a Yankee rain peppered an oily ball, the Razorbacks' "big-time" game was lost 13 to 6 to George Washington in the Nation's Capital. Arkansas scored first, mid- dle of the first frame, on a short pass from Sloan to Benton-after Raw- lings had moved S1Oan's pass for 25 yards gain. Quickly the Co1Onia1s re- taliated. Kaufman passed to Reeves for their touchdown. Then they broke the deadlock with an interception. S1Oan's pass was taken by a GW man who ran it 30 yards, plunged over for the lead. Highpointz Allen Keen's 50 yards around end, then his capture from behind by a Colonial On the one-foot line. Arkansas made 12 first downs to nine, gained 118 yards rushing to Washington's 99. Passing: Arkansas tried 40, completed 10 for 132. Washington: 10 tried, four finished, 59 yards. Touchdowns: Ben- ton, Reeves, Turner. Extra point: Canning. ARKANSAS 7 L. S. U ........ 19 SHREVEPORT, OCT. 24 Slow field, steady rain grounded the Razorbacks, let the Louisiana State University surface soldiers rout Arkansas aerialists 19 to 7 before 15,000 customers at the Fairgrounds. The Tigers' heavy running attack donfmated the play, although the Ar- kansas air show performed well. The lone Arkansas touchdown, game highpoint. came when a fluke play occurred late in the fourth. Arkan- sas had advanced to the Tiger eight- yard stripe. Sloan faded back, shot a pass that Crass batted in the air, Brown, Porker fullback, grabbed. Vann crossed the goal. Sloan boot- ed the placement to convert. LSU scored twice in the second, once in the third, but in the fourth they had to bring their best defensive plays out to hold Arkansas. The Hogs took long chances. They tried 33 heaves, completed 16. This enabled them to complete 15 first downs to Louisi- ana's 10, gain 234 yards to State's 215. ARKANSAS . . . 18 TEXAS A. 86 M. .... 0 COLLEGE STATION, OCT. 31 Thrice-defeated Arkansas tumbled Texas A. and M. from football's un- defeated clan with a bold air raid, 18 to 0, before 6,000 dazed fans who went to College Station for Hog- killing time. The Cadet eleven could not attack closer than the 18 yard line. Their every threat-Dick Todd, running sensation, and Southpaw jim Shockley, feared passer-were stopped by a bewildering Arkansas return to early season form. Twenty-four times the Porkers struck through the air, 14 passes found their marks for two touchdowns and a total gain of 151 yards. The cadets managed for 15 first downs to Arkansas' 11, how- ever, by ground gains. Robbins faked a pass, drove through center for the first touchdown. Other scores were made by Bobbie Martin, Red Ray Hamilton. Sloan sent into the game, shared honors with Robbins. 44 Rawlings tbrougb fl. BL M. tackle behind Robbins and Sanders 'E fn' 5 VT.-rm' A BILLY HUNTER End Weight'-188, Height-6 ft., 3 in. Hunter is a pass receiver of extra- ordinary ability, having completed two years on the Razorback squad. He is also an excellent ball carrier after he gets his hands on a pass. Hunter especially sparkled in an end around play. 164 GEORGE Giuvioas Guard Wfeight--192, Height-5 fr., 10 in. Home--Olney, Texas Ideal in size and with speed and a quick wit to accompany, Gilmore has all the physical and mental require- ments for a great guard., After a rather slow start last season, Gilmore settled down and played the kind of football of which he was capable. A. OWENS g-,,,,.0.r" 1 Guard' Weight-196g I-Iciehf'6 lf? Home-Pine Bluff, Arknmn he I Although Owens is known' wPlac4' general public chiefly for hisq fin? kicking prowess, he is -also, '1biIit1' all-around guard. SuCl1 15 lm iw bf that the ex-Tech star is going farting very hard to keep off the St' lineup next year. w Hamilton and Van Sickle block S. M. U. punt by Goodson Q 1 DREW MARTIN W Guard eight 1803 Height-5 ft., I0 in. Morris, Oklahoma Dre Playing, Mnmn is a rugged, hard difficult type of guard, who is very has nnotlfo keeP our of a play. He fenminin ff Year of varsity elegibility hitter sg ind should have an even 'Eason than the past one. Homes RANDALL STALLINGS Tackle Weight-207, Height-6 ft., 2 in. Home-McAlester, Oklahoma Stallings completed his first yea: of varsity play this past season and showed quite a good deal of I-'Yom' ise. If he continues to improve, he has an excellent chance to win him- self a pcsition in the starting lineup next yznr. f EDWARD LALMAN Wlcight-2125 Height-6 ft., 3 in. Home-McAlester, Olkahoma Lalman was a starting tackle this season and should be one of the stalwarts in Tommy's line next season. Lalman is the perfect size for a ta:kle-big and rangy, and fast for his build. 1937 should be a big year for him. 165 ARKANSAS . . 20 RICE ........ 14 I-IOMECOMING, Nov. 7 Bursting back into the limelight of Southwest competition, A r k a n s a s trampled the powerhouse of Rice 20 to 14 in the fifteenth annual Home- coming tussle. Arkansas relied most- ly on running plays. One brilliant dash by Allen Keen was good for 60 yards through the entire Rice team for a touchdown. Rice also did some neat footwork, as Vickers and Neece twice went more than half the length of the field along the boundary for scores. These plays brought a halt to the game as fans, players, officials argued about their running out of bounds. Dope was sprayed all over the lot when this game made sport scribes break the lead in their pencils. Rice had beaten Washington, who beat the Porkers. And having been defeated by A. and M., the team Arkansas had beaten the previous week, Rice got another hurt here. The twin passing pair, Robbins and Sloan, proved the main threat again. Extra points: Vickers Schueleg Owens, two. ARKANSAS . . 17 S.M.U ....... 0 DALLAS, Nov. 14 Long-legged jack Robbins and his Arkansas playmates made the fall of mighty Southern Methodist complete with a 17 to 0 rout that rocketed the Porkers into conference leadership. Not one good break slipped by the rangy Ozark giants as they intercept- ed two Methodist heaves for touch- downs and converted a recovered fumble into a field goal. Robbins and Bobbie Martin stormed all over the premises behind a stout line to outclass the Mustangs. Arkansas completely smothered the Mustangs' formerly-celebrated "aerial circus". They annexed SMU's title of the passingest team. Kenneth Goodson, dashing halfback, played the role of Methodist "goat" by fumbling. Touchdowns: Arkansas - Rawlings fpass from Robbinsjg Martin fpass interceptionjg field goal from place- ment, Owen, points after touchdowns, Owen, 2. ARKANSAS . 23 TULSA ....... 13 TULSA, Nov. 26 Playing smarter, better football, Ar- kansas took its annual game with Tulsa 23 to 13 in the thirteenth game between the two schools. A crowd of 16,000 chilled and thrilled in Skelly stadium. The Tulsans fought brave- ly, pushing over two touchdowns on smart plays, but the score did not in- dicate the Razorbacks' superiority. The statistics showed it--23 firs t downs for Arkansas, seven for Tulsa. Piling up a margin, Thomsen sent in his reserves for some experience. Witli three minutes left, "Red" Chapman blocked jack I-Io1t's punt on the Porker 35 to pave the way for their last score. Arkansas gained 160 yards passing, 27 by laterals. They hurled 25, completed 11. Touchdowns: Ar- kansas-Brown, two, Robbins. Tulsa -Wliite, Hays. Extra points: Owens, threeg Gregory. Safety-W lm i t e fdowned by Benton and Hamiltonl. ARKANSAS . . 6 TEXAS ....... 0 LITTLE Rock, DEC. 5 Dwight Sloan drove his passing Porkers to their first undisputed Southwest Conference championship and a 6 to 0 victory over the Uni- versity of Texas one cold, rainy De- cember day. Approximately 7,000 fans boosted the cleaning and pressing business by remaining to see what would happen when an "immovable object was struck by an irresistible force". Nothing happened. Not un- til the third quarter. Then the Razor- backs' sensational scoring drive that culminated in Sloan's touchdown pass into the title-embracing arms of Jim Benton, all-Conference end. The rest of the game was all wet, elementally and footbally. The Texas Longhorns just butted heads with the Razor- backs. Texas had every advantage in statistics except passing and the Ar- kansas aerial circus proved that even a December storm couldn't check its sensationalism. Arkansas completed eight Ollt of 16 forwards for 71 yards. li.-4 T .?,- . I -4-. f. Q .- I -. . .1 v Zwrmtv' - -!- 'Y ' " " ' , an - i,Q1ji.fw, 51.1 JD., 'l .A , - A . I . .L.1-'iif."..- . ' .gl L , - Keen sweep: wide around S. M. U. end for first down LUNDY CORBETT Tackle Weight-215, Height-6 ft., 2 in. Horne-Walntit Ridge, Arkansas This popular sophomore looks like one of the best tackle prospects to matriculate at the University in many a moon. Handicapped at the start of the season by ailing knees, Cor- bitt began to look like the proverbial million dollars as the season pro- grossed. 166 Y' Lrovn WoooELL Center H Weiglmt-1839 Height-6 ft., 2 in. Hailed as a second Jack Newby, Sophomore Woodell looks like a pivot man of real ability. After Lunday was incapacitated by a brok- en finger, Woodcll filled his position in excellent style. Although small, Woodell possesses speed and rugged- ness to make up for it. Joi-IN DONALDSON Center in' Weight-1753 Height'-5 lah' 10 ld a For the past two scaS0n5 Digntef son has filled in ac:eptablY fm stniof and indications are that h'5 Ligtlt' Year will be his best. The cr a Rock boy is an accurate Pnssnci is sterling player on defwsef 3 op- plenty smart in figuring 01 ponents' strategy. It Ilif i "I dorft care if you are going to the stratospfaere, they want to play basketball 5-3A3KE'l'BALL SUGAR BOWL CHAMPIONS. SOU ly - . THWEST CONFERENCE 1",y Q-' F' N l i . l 'Ax ,LA ' I . 32 ul h I Q9 i lt., ... Bosnia MARTIN Captain Height-6 ft., 1 in.g Home-Texarkana, Arkansas Captain Martin is a little the Razorback basketball team, but his speed and ability have more than made up for this handicap. With three letters in football and two in basketball, Bobbie has completed his participation in University th: past season. ELWIN GILLILAND Sub-captain Height-6 fr., 3 in.g Home-Beebe, Arkansas Gilliland played the kind of bas- ketball that he has played for the past three years-a hard, fast game that continually broke him in the clear under the .cpposition's basket. One of his specialties is the inter- ception of opposition passes. man on athletizs VARSITY SO RUNNER UP Second were the Razorback basketball team in Conference running, but first were Pbrkers in altitude. Again led Arkansas in squad members' height, having the tallest quintet of the league. Lacking just a little of the previous season's punch, the Hogs wa llowed through to runners-up in the loop, after being doped to fall lower. Coach Glen Rose, the whitest, most decent- mentor t0 receive a reporter, and who can be a good newspaper man if lie ever loses his job 218 producer of winners, pepped the Porkers on to victories. UAD 9 W 2 ,lim A v 2 1 139 ' an l f y W , aa l 34 I3 , 'T' tix i K ,M L, Top Rcw: Coach Rose, N. Martin, Brodie, Goz-1, Stout, Hamilto-1, Withers, Hays, Below: B. Martin. Second: Brady, Chambers, Lockarcl, B. Martin, Gilliland, Tuck, Smith, Robbins. 168 1 Lockara' tallies a ringer against S. M- U- Qs '5."i'5 M"-aft I 'Eli' " 1. , , x A . th ' if i V O t I Q' - ' "3 , ' 4 f - 1 I Q' L a n X L , , Q- 5 , fr . , , W 3 A T 5 H , F S - ' , . . 'if -J, 'f I- Q. V. 2 s d 5 - Y A , G 7 , 1 . X Vx. L m A In 94 i' A- ,J ' "' JACK ROBBINS if' 42 L , Guard H l 2 Q 2 ' Height-6 ft., 2 111' A b 'avi' 1 -U 5 K ' Q X Home-Little Rock, Arkansas ' N ', .. "Smiling Jack" Robbins was not 1 content with making the a11-confer- 5 ence football team. He was also se- - i lectcd on the all-confermce basketball ' ' A team. Besides compiling the best DON LOCKARD scoring record of HQY-guard "1 thlc RAY I-IAM11-TON For-Ward conference, Jack exhibited a marve- Center Height-6 ft., 3 in.g Home-Batesville, Arkansas nm-5115 i"Batesvil1e l Beauty" set -il tory xifnnng record in basketball lus- the twlf a total of 129 points for mark 0270 conference games. For this and fo'-3 hover 13 points per game Lockarg IS excellent all-around play, on th received a forward position 9 all-conference team. ous floor game. Heigllt-6 ft., 4 in., Home-Sheridan, Arkansas Ray showed steady improvement throughout the season and became one of the mainstays of the Razor- back squad, both offensively and de- fensively. He is known as "Baby Ray" because he is the youngest member of the squad. 169 Arkansas brought up the curtain December 14, with a 31 to 22 win over Drake University of Des Moines, Iowa, as the Bulldogs in- vaded the South. Elwin Gilliland was highpoint with 15 points. Drake was Missouri Valley rirleholder. Later that week came overwhelming victories from Southeastern Oklahoma Teachers here. Arkansas trampled the Sooner Pedagogues 33-19 Thurs- day night as Don "Deadpan" Lock- ard, non-smiling sharpshooter, tallied 12 points. The second round was also taken by the home team as they ran up 39 to 28 score:. A visitor, Robert Brown, six foot seven center, grabbed top honors with 12 points as Lockard came in with 10, all scored in the first half. Meeting the second champion quin- tet of another conference within the same month, Arkansas journeyed to New Orleans for a game with the University of Tennessee Volunteers in the Sugar Bowl, December 30. The Southeast loop leaders were beaten 42 to 34 there. "Deadpan" dropped in 16 baskets to take honors. Rough was the first defeat of the season as the mighty Razorbacks fell under a paper-cutter. Brown Paper Mill of Monroe, Louisiana, Missouri Valley AAU team, barely nosed the Porkers out 31 to 30, on January 2. Excessive fouling and sudden spurt of the Millers gave them the game. Gilliland paced the scoring with 13. Came Conference contests on jan- uary 8 when Arkansas opened the race against Baylor. The Bears up- set the heavily-favored hometeam 25 to 22 Friday night with a fast-break- ing attack. Expressionless Lockard tied with Bubba Gernand for honors with nine tallies each. Reversing form completely Satur- day night, Arkansas thrashed Baylor well, 42 to 24. Conference prophets reworded their predictions again, praised Lockard highly as he ap- proached record-making with his high- honor 21 points. Invasion came next as the Razor- backs bivouacked in Dallas january 15-16. Friday night the Mustangs, on their way to the crown, whfpped the touring, towering, tusslers from the mountains 29 to 25. "Smiling" jack Robbins, most versatile athlette, was ejected in the first few minutes for protesting a decision. D. Nor- ton, Pony forward, scored 12 to lead. Next night found the Porkers prancing back hard to defeat the Methodists 37 to 28. An early lead by means of Hamilton's rapid-fire, put Arkansas in front. Then with Lockard's consistent accuracy in pil- ing nine points for tops, the Hogs rooted out the Horses. Another Lone-Star jaunt came February 5-6 when Arkansas tangled with the Longhorns at Austin. But Texas U. turned on too much heat, defeating the Razorbacks 39 to 28. Henry Clifton, guard, was everything, but he couldnit surpass Lockard's highpoint 12 with his own 11 before the gun fired. Texas swept its twin-bill Saturday night by beating Arkansas 43 to 31. Joe Roach, Texas forward, displayed his fiery style to take tops with 13 points. Texas grabbed an early lead, held it with tight defense. Returning home, Arkansas took on the Texas Aggies February 12-13. Fri- night the Porkers knocked the Cadets cut of the Southwest Conference race with a 45-19 triumph. Jack Robbins suddenly turned accurate, took high place with 15 points. The second tussle made it a clean sweep for the Razorbacks. They wal- loped the Aggies 36 to 32. Evans, flashy forward for the College Station boys, styled the home team with 14 tingers. "Record!" shouted the scribes again when Lockard went wild against Rice. Don dropped 26 points through the hoop, three less than the entire Owl team in their feeble attempt. The verdict: 52 to 29 victory for Arkan- sas. Saturday night the Porkers were as hot, winning 52 to 34. ,lil Arkansas carries its relentless spirit to the floorboards P, .- 40 3 Y W ,. , , ,h . 'IAQ' ' . lt - 0 V .' g . A , g 5 97 -I . f T 1 gg . X 4 RTQSASX ,. 4. . FRANK BRODIE . 5, .V 3:5 l Guard ff" If .- 5, - 5 1 , t Height-6 ft., 6 in.g J V' , -, QF .ral Home-Van Buren, Arkansas 1 Although Brodie was kept out of ., V I the starting lineup on several oc- J , casions by severe colds, he was one ,Q of the most dependable of Coach ' ' Rose's men. Brodie's height enabled h' d f' lc d l b. '- HAROLD BRADY kgs to o me wor un er tie as JAMES BENTON Guard Forward Height-5 ft., 11 ing Height-6 ft., 4 in.5 Home-Webbers Falls, Oklaohoma Home-Fordyce, Arkar1S35 Although the smallest of the Raz- orbacks in stature, this little Okla- homan was big in prowess. He won a position for himself in the regular lineup before the season was half over and kept it. He possessed a fighting spirit. 170 Benton made his first Vilfilty iles, ter this year and stamped himsel d a Promising Player. His height nie. speed give him a fine physical mf' be up for basketball, and hc should! A one of next year's outstanding Pay ers. X Rice gapes at Lockara' scoring from an impossible angle . -N Q- Q ' FREMONT Gozix Center Hamish:-6 ft., 5 in., mescarterville, Missouri Go nfcessilhas the height that is so basketball to Southwest conference 'flexperieni buflwas handi:apped by Sfasgn of Ce this being his first 3 great d Va'5'fY Play. He will bear gal of watching next year. i NEAL MARTIN Forward Height-6 ft., l in. Home-Texarkana, Arkansas Neil, the little brother of Captain Bobby Martin, is a smooth and pol- ished performer, considering the fact that he is only a sophomore. Plenty should be heard from him next year in both football and basketball. 3 P7 1 . 1 'al , 'Fs I h , , ' J HENRY Tuck Forward Height-6 ft., Home-Fayetteville, Arkansas Tuck's hard work and persistence earned him a letter this season. He has developed into a very capable and smooth performer, but is handicap- ped somewhat by height. Tuck will again be in the lineup next season. 171 "Goodbye to Schmidt's barn," said fans as they filed out February 27. The shack marked "-30-" to its varsity cage career, to be superseded by the new superstructure, 3,500 cus- tomer-capacity gymnasium, in erection now. That night saw the Razorbacks bow to the mighty and unbeaten Phil- lips Oilers of Bartlesville, 39 to 33. That night also saw great, lanky, moon-fixed Tom Pickeil, fo r m e r Porker all-American, shine again at his almater, but as forward for visi- tors. Fortenberry, gigantic center for Phillips, the team whose every man is an all-American, paced scoring with 10. Final contests came at Fort Worth, Marclm 5-6 when the Razorbacks won twice from Texas Christian's Horned Frogs. Friday night came the 38 to 35 decision for Arkansas. Poker-faced Lockard again came through for top honors with his ll points. Ending the season, A r k a n s a s trounced the Frogs again 43 to 21. By this record, they clinched second place honors in a loop which, at first, granted them a repeat on the flag, then moved the dope down on the Razorbacks to .500 percent. But the Porkers came up after early drops to annex runnerup position, having won more pennants than any other team in the history of the conference. Baby-blue eyed, p o k e r - f a c e d, streamlined Don "Deadpan" Lockard made himself famous with his one- handed shots, his high scores, his spec- tacular court play. He counted 159 points, the most of the loopg made more field goals than anyone, 66. Arkansas made more field goals, 170, than any team. Porkers scared opponents often with their altitude, their skill, speed, and tactics. FRESHMAN SQUAD "'. '. CQ Top Row: Coach Cole, Mardick, Humphries, Sutherland, Curtis, Lyonsg , Second: Freeman, Hall, Thorpe, Ealcin, Hagoccl, Bishop, Morrow. A standing record broke when the Fosh -quintet lost its first game in three years playing. And they lost it to a team that they defeated earlier in the season. Joplin Y. M. C. A. ,beat the -Pigs 48 to 39 to cut a string of 28 victories, according to Coach George Cole. Opening the season away from home the freshmen beat Fort Smith Junior College 30 to 22. Then came a win over Monett, Mo., Junior College, 34 to 20, at home. Joplin invaded Fayetteville then to lose 41 to 40. Next the Yearlings went to Indian Terri- tory to win over Okmulgee C. 34 to 22. Fort Smith came here to lose 38 to 29 and thzn the ill-fated, record breaker occurred with Jop- lin. A game with Monett there was a victory, 46 to 29. Okmulgee came here, lost 44 to 18 to close the season. - FINAL STANDINGS Team Won Lost .Pct. Southern Methodist . . 10 2 .833 Arkansas . 8 4 .667 Rice . 7 5 .583 Baylor . . 6 6 .500 Texas Aggies 5 7 .417 Texas . . 5 7 .417 Texas Christian . . 1 11 .083 172 H0350 3 , I , 'x o?s ,L M, . . . . but Mr. Bucifer, I thought you liked poker O'l'i-IER SPORTS , Y I . - 1 Y ff 'QQ . ,. , Q6 ,, , -Ipit. f Y .s 0 6 Q. ll .. X X' -jk .fm " -Lad 19? OJ . sQi.Pk i - .. , . i W I I .. A , . X I A ,!. M , ,Aff 44 . I U 1 W V 5 rw , . .rar 1 1 ' f Q "-' ' ' ' Y A . . P ' 3 1"hL..g.'i........',.4.g.l .'...g. Top Row: Withers, Nelson, Overstreet, November, Gardner, Mar:in, Price, Miller, Bakerg Second: Cole, Donaldson, Spillers, ChamlD0f5 Stout, McDaniel, Fletcher, Pinero, Coach Thomsen, Third: Dovitch, Smith, Roebuck, Cassard, Walls, Rawlings, Keen. , TRACK TEAM For the first time in several years, Arkansas promises to make a real showing in the Southwest conference track meet. Although track talent in the conference is unusually brilliant, some of the Razorback performers have shown form this far in the season that will be hard to beat. Big Bob Stout broke the University discus record with a heave of 143 feet in a dual meet' against Hendrix, which the Razorbacks annexed to the tune of 99-33, after he had broken the meet record against the Springfield Teachers, who also proved to be easy meat for Arkansas. The flying feet of Ralph Rawlings carried him to high point honors in the Hendrix meet and promise to be a real threat in the dashes. He is co-captain of the squad. Serving as co-captain with Ralph Rawlings, Allen Keen, the Oklahoma speed merchant has been winning the 440s in fast time and will no doubt be in the money at Austin. At the time of this writing Jack Robbins is getting good distances with the javeling Fletcher, with the shot. Martin and Roebuck look good in the hurdles, McDaniels and Martin are navi- gating the jumps in fine style. Glen Smith shows real promise as a distance man, while Gardner and Walls are taking care of the pole vaults. Dovitch and Price are Sophomores who look good in the dashes. Cassard is an excellent 440 man, Overstreet shows good distance form, while Withers is getting good discus tosses. I"-1 1 R ,ff Coach Rose Pittman Tuck Nance Miller TENNIS TEAM Missouri invasion gave Razorback netmen inital experience in 1936 season. Thursday, April 15, they opened with Southwes with Porkers nursing the groaning circle. tern Missouri Teachers at Springfield. Six to 0 was the outcome, Numbers reversed themselves in the next tilt, the next day, when the Porkers beat South- eastern Missouri Teachers at Cape Giradeau 6-love. , Back to Springfield went the four racketeers where they drubbed Drury's Collegians 5-1. Hendrix was scheduled to play .along with their track team but failed to appear for competition. The Razorbacks next foes were Tahlequah, Okla., Teachers, here on May 7. The game had not been played when we went to press. On the next day, May 8, the Southeastern Missouri Teachers came to the hills to attempt re- venge for their defeat at the Cape. Into Oklahoma territory went the Razorback courters on May 10 where they had a return en- gagement with the Teachers at Tahlequah. With stars Henry Tuck, Bruce Miller, Warren Nance, and Frank Pittman batting the balls, the Arkansas season was successful. Last fall, tennis received impetus in the YMCA tournament. Miller won the singles by defeat- ing John Kane, who thus broke a string of campus victories. Tuck and Kane won the doubles from Nance and George Hunsberger, business faculty member. 175 INTRAMURAL 4"'.'1 ,, Y 176 BOXING CHAMPS W. A. MATTHEWS, S. A. E Featherweight BOBBY RHODES, K. A. Bantamweight MAX BARRON, K. A. Lightweight R. D. STETELE, T. K. N. Middleweight DWIGHT DICKSON, K. A. Wellerweigfrt SAM PARKER, DORM B Heavyweight' WRESTLING CHAMPS DAVID TURNER, TOWN 115 Pounds BOBBY RHODES, K. A. 125 Pounds W. W. 0'NEIL, K. A. 135 Pounds JACK CARSON, DORN1 A 145 Pounds ED GAGE, TOWN 155 Pounds MORTIIVIER BARR, K. N. 165 Pounds LEO PRICE, T. E. P. 175 Pounds HERBERT MORELANDI, DORM A 175 and Over Opening early with touch foot- ball, intramurals began their f0ugh road of doing and dying for dear old Eta Bita Pi on Sep- tember 19. Everybody did, but few died-there were just a few minor casualties like broken legs, busted arms, black eyes, and skin- ned scalps. Powerful kicking of Happy Campbell, two 80-yarcl runs by Charlie "Rabble Rouser" Gardner, Save Kappa Sigma the opening Victory, 28 to 0, over mud-soaked Kappa Nu. Lambda Chi Alpha, after fulltime and eight minutes Overtime, slipped the grimy glove F0 Sigma Phi Epsilon, 7 to 0. Then the ball-tossers played on With usual enmity. Near the end of the series, one game, be- tween Lambda Chi and Town, WHS interspersed with free lance fisticuffs of both elevens. Came finals and Kappa Sig Clinched the championship in their Clivision, League II, by defeating Sigma Chi, 37 fo 0. Due to superb passing of TOnky Moore, Sigma Alpha Ep- silon won their division. All oth- Cl' teams had been eliminated, so KZ and SAE met in the cham- Pionship clash. Kappa Sig annexed the title by PHCiI1g SAE 9 to 6, on Wednes- days Oct. TRAMURAL I. u. f Y ., J.. .l.',. , .1 , Q1 'J 1 V - I 4. -a.. ., '-. QM-tr Eii5785?f2" INTRAMURAL MANAGERS LEROY p0Nh T. J. GENTRY 1 Diversion came when disgruntled players, omitted from competing lineups, formed the Sore- heads to play the Traveler's All-Stars. The former beat the latter 32 to 2 in their' grudge fight. First major injury to intramural players accurred when Pug Brumley, stellar Kappa Sig end, broke his leg in a football game against Lambda Chi Nov. 20. Brumley's brethren won, however, 13 to 0. But he is still on crutchesat this publishing. 1 Post-Christmas sport was resumed quickly when basketball series began. Tau Epsilon Phi eked a one point win, 14-13, over next-door neighbors, K Sig, and Pi KA won a one-point victory over Alpha Gamma Rho, Sigma Nu beat Lambda Chi 25 to 17 to initiate the series. Town retained their court championship by defeating Dormitory B 32 to 9 for the champion- ship. Capt. Marion Narisi paced the Fayettevillians with Savoy Seamster shining for Dorm. Rough and rambunctious 'was the tussle, with frequent gentle taps given by closed fists. ' The selfish art of manly defense opened the next ring of intramurals when Greeks met Greeks and Barbs in the ring. Boxing and wrestling took the scene. Modified murder art was publicized more when Bobby Rhodes, bantamweight, and Marion Fletcher, heavy, won State AAU boxing titles. Finals in the padded square took place Thursday, April 8. Following this came track, tennis, horseshoe pitching, golf, and softball contests, extending close to the last roundup, exams. 178 MEMBERS "A" CLUB OFFICERS RALPH RAWLINGS . . . President JACK ROBBINS . . Vice-President DREW MARTIN , . Secretary-Treasurer COACHES FRED THOMSEN GLEN ROSE GEORGE COLE BUSINESS MANAGER BOYD CYPERT JAMES BENTON FRANK BRODIE HAROLD BRACY VANN BROWN LUNDAY CORBETT BOYD CYPERT GEORGE COLE MILAN CREIGHTON JOHN DONALDSON MARION FLETCHER J. C. FUTRALL CHARLES GARDNER GEORGE GILMORE ELWIN GILLILAND NATHAN GORDON FREEMONT GOZA JACK HADEN RAY HAMILTON JIM LEE HOWELL ELMER HONEA HARRY JOHNSON JACK HOLT JOHN KANE ALLEN KEEN EDWARD LALMAN KENNETH LUNDAY BOBBIE MARTIN NEIL MARTIN DREW MARTIN BRUCE MILLER THOMAS MCDANIEL LLOYD MONTGOMERY B. A. OWEN JACK ROBBINS CHOICE RUCKER GLEN ROSE FRANK PITTMAN RALPH RAWLINGS ODUS ROBERTS RAYMOND SPILLERS SAVOY SEAMSGER PERCY SANDERS DWIGHT SLOAN BOB STOUT RANDALL STALLINGS ALBERT THURBY FRED C. THOMSEN CLIFF VAN SICKLE HENRY TUCK JAMES WARE TOMMY WYNNE LLOYD WOODELL Unique is the "A" Club in having a Nebraska letterman among its roster. Coach Fred Thom- sen, head braintruster, was voted into the Organization, although he won his athletic laurels as an undergrad Cornhusker. President C. Furrall, first Razorback coach, is the oldest member in point of Service. ...E f ' Top Row: Roberts, Stallings, Brady, Lockard, Sanders, Benton, Corbett, Fletcher, Gilmore, Haden, Coach Thomsen, Second: Brodie, Montgomery, Sloan, Cwen, Gordon, Scamszer, Van Sickle, Tuck, Spillers, Brown, Keen, Ware, Third: Coach Cole, Howell, Rawlings, D. Martin, Gilliland, Stout, Gardner, McDaniel, Woodell, B. Martin, Hamilton, Lunday. 179 FRANKE WEST . ROUTIN' RUBJES OFFICERS RENNA CATHERINE FRANKLIN . ANN SIMMS . BETTY ALLYN NETTLESHIP WILMA JANE ALFORD BETTY ATHA JOELLA BERRY WINIFRED BITTINGER JO BLUNK PAULA BRAUN MILDRED CROSS THELMA LOUISE DACUS AGNES DALTON MARION DIXON ARMINDA DOTY WILLETTE EUSTICE RENNA C. FRANKLIN GLORIA GOOCH MARGUERITE GRIFFIN MARION HAMP WILLA GRACE HARDY JEAN HEIDEN MEMBERS NEVA HILL ALLENE HOLTONJ BEVERLY HOPPER MAE HUNT BILLY RUTH JAMES LUCILE JAMES EUGENIA JOHNSON AILEEN JONES ALICE JONES KATHERINE KEICHER NELL KINCANNON BETTY LEE LEATHERS GRACE LINCOLN KULA MAKRIS GRACE MARLEY MARGARET MCALLISTER MARGARET MCLEMORE . President . Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer RUTH MCCORD. KAY MCRAY MINNIE MAE MORGAN BESS H. NORRIS BETTY ALLYN NETTLESHIP NANCY LEE NEWLAND I' MAURELLE PICKENS RUTH PITTMAN MAJEL PITTS ' EDWINA PORTER WINIFRED REITZ - MARY LOUISE CAIN MILDRED SCHEID ANN SIMS - EUGENIA S'I:ACY MARY JANE THOMPSON FRANKE WEST LAURA LOUISE MCDANIEL Rootin Rubes, the little Sister club to the A. B. Cfs, was organized at the University of Ar- kansas in 1925 for the purpose of fostering all university activities and to encourage college spirit and loyalty among the students. Its membership is composed of representatives' from all campus groups four being chosen from each sorority, Carnall Hall, Four-H Club house, and town. Y 'f , l Tw i , -Z X 0- "5 - 6-' V A J t wr! 3. 5. . , ., - 1 I' 4' 'I is' "I Wi' 4 S ' A .sm T: 3 .. A T ' 'f aa 1 -- g at A A IHA I x U- ' V s- . ii , , , I 1- If M V .S+ .T It ' . Z isa J' - 4 ' 1 , Top Row: Alford, Atha, Berry, Bittinger, Blunk, Baunn, Cross, Dacus, Dalton, Dixon, Doty, Eustice, Franklin, Second: Gooch, Griffin, Hamp, Hardy, Heidcn, Hill, Holton, Hopper, Hunt, James, L. James, Johnson, Jones, Third: Jones, Keicher, Kincannon, Leathers, Lincoln, Malcris, Marley, McAllister, McCord, McDaniel, McLemore, McRay, Mor- gan, Fourth: Norris, Nettleship, Newland, Pickens, Pittman, Pitts, Porter, Reitz, Cain, Scheid, Sims, Stacy, Thompson West. 180 ABE GKUN BARKANSAS BUOSTERS PAUL SULLINS FRANK HOLT LEROY POND W. S GREGSON A. D. ALLEN HAROLD BARNES CURTIS BARTON BOB BLACK GRAHAM BLACK CONDITT BARNETT SID BATTERMAN WAYNE BOYDSTON MILTON BLACK BILL BROWN JAMES BROWN JOHN BROWN PARKS BRUMLEY JIMMY BYRD J. C. CAMPBELL CHARLES CAPLE OFFICERS MEMBERS L. J. CARROLL PAUL COLE MAX DOLLAR DAVE DORFMAN REGGIE EILBOTT SIDNEY FORRESTER HARRY FIELDS CHARLES GARDNER T. GENTRY IVAN GILLILAND ROBERT GOFF BOB HAMP CECIL HANKINS WILLIAM HAYS LEONARD HEMPLING JOHN HOLDEN FRANK HOLT WALTER HUDSON MASTON JACKS JOHN JERNIGAN MAYNARD JOHNSON EWING KINKEAD PAUL LATTURE DON MAJORS ROBERT MARSH REX MULLEN CLEM MCCLELLAND ED MCCLELLAND JOHN NIVEN COLEMAN NOLEN SID NOVEMBER . President Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer LEROY POND WILLIAM H. POOL GEORGE ROBINSON BEN RUSSELL JOE SALZBERG VANCE SCHURLOCK ODGEN SHIRLEY ROBERT SILLINS THOMAS SILVEY OLIN SMITH PAT STOREY PAUL SULLINS HENRY TUCK BURKETT WAMSLEY JIM WARTEN HENRY WOODS JACK WYATT This year A. B. C. has furnished cheer leaders for both basketball and football games. It is also furthering the cause of university school spirit by arranging pep rallies, homecoming celebra- tion, and parades. The society is the official pep club of the University of Arkansas and is under the spo1IsorShip of W. S. Gregson who is its permanent secretary. I 1 7- . ' " Wg -- ' H 1, . 5- W E 4 3 .' ,. 4 '!' F. 'i i 4: 5 , x I K - . A v I' i 1 A . w I I L .. s A ' ' ' I ' lv if ,.-' A ,.s . 1 . 5, - F , I. up 'A - At. , j v i pf , I V,--f fi .4 : . " A . LI , . L nf ,V 5 N1 xt 4 - ' . f V ' we ' , Al ' . ' - ' l f"i 1 ' K " J 4. . K If K. . V If If EQ P A ,ii I if I ' , 1 1 A 'L ' ' , I x . - I . 3 V "ff .. A Y Y 4 K' - K S F A E L Top Row: Allen, Barnett, Barton, Batterman, G. Black, R, Black, Boydston, Brack, J. L. Brown, W. L. Brown, Brum. ley, Byrd, Campbell, Caple, Carroll, Second: Cole, Dollar, Darfman, Eilbott, Fields, Forrester, Gardner, Gentry, Gilliland, Goff, Hump, Hankins, Hays, Hempling, Holden, Holt, Third: Hudson, Jacks, Jernigan, Johnson, Kinkead, Larrure, Majors, Marsh, McClelland, Mullen, Niven, Nolan, November, Olcun, Pond, Pool, Fourth: Robinson, Russell, Salzberg, Schurloclc, Shirley Sillins, Silvery, Smith, Storey, Sullins, Tu:k, Wamsley, Warten, Woods, Wyatr, 181 X V A ,My-f. , 0. ,, U, A . I .xml -- L Q ar gl?- 'b- RW- .., 1 Bl" . v x A - 5 ,., ' QT' 4 X 4 1' 'Y . , 1 xg '-.. . 1 .gi A . , . .' eff 1" sy- W , .Q 5 E 33.55 , E -' fi' W Tsfqf Tsk! Poor fellow just can,t stand the sight of lJlooa'.', 182 Ill' I'l'i-XIUY as LT COL I M WHITE PROFESSOR or MILITARY science AND mcncs 'l'he military department of the University of Arkan- sas is maintained in compliance with rules governing land grant colleges. The University has offered military train- ing since 1872. Under the supervision of Lieutenant-Colonel James M. White, the cadet corps has been awarded five consecu- tive honor ratings by the inspectors of the Seventh Corps Area. In spite of many changes in the personnel of the mil- itary department, Lieutenant-Colonel White has kept up the standard of the regiment in corps area ratings. By continual insistence on proficiency, not only has he de- veloped an analytical group of cadet officers, but has also made those same officers reason military problems them- selves. Ile thus fosters a true spirit of leadership among cadets. 183 IMENTAL HEADQUARTERS STAFF BRUCE BISSELL Cadet Colonel Bruce Bissell held the paramount office of the Reserve Officers Training Corps. Due to his ability he served as cadet colonel of the University regiment, which this year exceeded all other records for total enrollment. Bissell had two years training in West Point. Af summer camp of the local unit, he was named second most outstanding student there. He worked on his Masters degree this year, but he plans to go into the army on receiving his commission. r GEORGE MAKRIS A Lieutenant-Colonel BURL AUSTIN Major, Adjutant JOHN GUNN Major First Battalion ' JOHN I-IUTCHISON Major Second Battalion RAY VAUGHTERS Major Third Battalion LELAND LEATHERMAN First Battalion Adjutant P. K. HOLMES Third Battalion Adjutant J. F. NORMAN Second Battalion Adjutant CADET STAFF E1 ,, a W' . fr. ,.:4 :A 2 b , . F - I A W, Y I' I fx J' : A R K, G " st L . , y "2 " 3 'K I I M Z. .-A 5, ,- - . ,, 'Te df - , - x of! ', . u if-U I bl N y wh -I ., x fji - 1 - .V 51' twiki! .4 1 tl ' vt K I A v , i t -, T'-7 sg' .. i ,xi ff' A li ' in ' , X , i 'df' "Rig - .- rl , 874' I. -. Q , ' Q5 ' Q 4, Nl ' .ff v , . :tv up ' . ,. I ' 1 x 47,-H -2 ' f' f ,ln . hum V+ A li Y I A 'ix ' K ' K la Q. Q . 5' 4-N L . S I .- 2 ' L . 5 W ". f 'fi.,':, ' ' 54- N ' ,ig h ' fl. .7 Y 1 v 'G " , rg- t ff it ' 1. f in L' W A D 25. , . , i 1 A 'i V , X ' 4 "' Q ' ' - ' rg. '-5 'zu I X Af -f - .El - .V ,f.' , iffy. ,, - Q l U J 8 ,, A " . r I Q .1 t, ' e .oh o' V ir, E f 44+ . --N 1- 0 Q . 4 . ' 7' -N A .nf ' . i - 55? ff' l x l ' 1 Ga Seniors? TOP row-Barron, Beard, Carson, Coleman, Diclinsky, Eilbcrt, Fields, - Second: Gilmore, Gregory, Horner, Nelson, Nixon, Sansbury, Walters, Army regulations state that Officers juniors: Third-Allen, Ashcraft, Byrd, Caldwell, Champion, Curry, David- below Captains ,must be Cqllcd rrMi5tqrxs :ini Donaldson. Fourth: Elliott, Gardner, Gentry, Grady, Hall, Hamilton, Hays, oden. Fifth: Holder Hudson Keck, Lewis, Lincbargcr, Lyle, Martin, Mc- Tl1c53 are the "MiStcrS" of the local regi Siurkin- Sixth: Milncr,,Morse, Mullen, Nickels, Nienstcdr, Pond, Rhodes, Rick E.-h Seventh: Roy, Rudolph, Russum, Salisbury, Saunders, Shapard, Shirley, Sloan. incur. 'g fl'l2 Stout, Stroud, Tuck, Walker, R. Walker, Woods, Wooten. 185 COMPANY "A" fm' S " OFFICERS ELLSWORTI-I CI-IONN' I . Captain HARRY C. FIELDS First Lieutenant WILLIAM NELSON First Lieutenant LELAND LEATL-IERMAN First Lieutenant JESS P. CHAMPION . Second Lieutenant TRUSTEN HOLDER. Second Lieutenant WALTER HUDSON . Second Lieutenant CAPTAIN CHUNN RICHARD LINEBARGER Second Lieutenant JOHN LYLE Second Lieutenant DREW MARTIN Second Lieutenant SPONSORS CAPTAIN CI-IUNN MARY KATE GILMORE LIEUTENANT FIELDS . AMY GENE BARRON LIEUTENANT NELSON RUTI-I KERR LIEUTENANT LEATI-IERMAN . -VIRGINIA ROBINSON 186 COMPANY OFFICERS MURRAY BYLANDER MAX BARRON . . GEORGE THOMAS BEARD EDWARD GAGE TOM J. GENTRY . ROBERT B. HALL CAZORT MCCLURKIN CLABOURNE W. NICKELS LEONARD W. Russum ARTHUR GEORGE SAIJSBURY . H. A. STROUD CAPTAIN BYLANDER . LIEUTENANT BARRON LIEUTENANT BEARD LIEUTENANT GAGE :JW .rxc Captain First Lieutenant First Lieutenant First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant SPONSORS CAPTAIN BYLANDER EUGENIA JOHNSON MARGARET REEVES . ALICE JONES . MARY VIRGINIA ROBERTSON 187 C 0 M P A N Y ' ' C ' ' OFFICERS PAT GREENING Captain JACK F. COLEMAN . First Lieutenant ERNIS GREGORY First Lieutenant E. B. WARD First Lieutenant WILLIAM H. DAVIDSON Second Lieutenant RAY HAMILTON Second Lieutenant JOHN HOLDEN Second Lieutenant R M . . W ' I t CAPTAIN GREENING EX ULLEN Second Lzeutenan ROBERT C. NIENSTEDT Second Lieutenant DWIGHT SLOAN . Second Lieutenant RICHARD L. WALKER Second Lieutenant SPONSORS CAPTAIN GREENING - . LAURA LOUISE MCDANIEL LIEUTENANT COLEMAN ' NADIA WOOD LIEUTENANT GREGORY LIEUTENANT WARD MRS. ERNIS GREGORY ARMINDA DOTY ,............-1-. 188 COMPANY OFFICERS ' S it ' ROLFE ELDRIDGE . Captain GEORGE SANSBURY . First Lieutenant J. F. NORMAN . First Lieutenant VICTOR DIDINSKY First Lieutenant C. B. CALDWELL Second Lieutenant OTIS HAYS . Second Lieutenant ROBERT R. MILNER Second Lieutenant LEROY POND . Second Lieutenant CAPTAIN ELDRIDGE CYRIL E. RICKETT Second Lieutenant H. W. SAUNDERS Second Lieutenant JOHN SI-IAPARD Second Lieutenant SPONSORS CAPTAIN ELDRIDGE MARY MCCROSKEY LIEUTENANT SANSBURY VIRGINIA SANSBURY LIEUTENANT NORMAN . MARY SUE JOHNSON LIEUTENANT DIDINSKY . . BETTY HOOPER 189 C 0 M P A N Y ' ' F ' ' OFFICERS THOMAS BUTT 1 L . Captain JACK CARSON First Lieutenant PAUL K. HOLMES First Lieutenant TI-IURMONO WALTERS First Lieutenant THOMAS R. ASQHCRAFT Second Lieutenant DALE ELLIOTT Second Lieutenant BYRON MORSE Second Lieutenant JAMES ROY . . . Second 'Lieutenant CAPTAIN BUTT , LEIGHTON RUDOLPI-I Second Lieutenant WILLIAM O. SHIRLEY Second Lieutenant JAMES P. WALKER Second ,Lieutenant SPONSORS CAPTAIN BUTT ANN PICKENS LIEUTENANT CARSON PATTIE JOE MAI-IONEY LIEUTENANT HOLMES RITA MARK LIEUTENANT WALTERS . BETTIE BARNES ..-ni-S.. .., , . . 190 -1.4 - Jn COMPANY OFFICERS TOMMIE PHILBECK . . . Captain REGINALD EILBOTT First Lieutenant THOMAS NIKON First Lieutenant FRANK G. ROBERTSON First Lieutenant A. D. ALLEN Second Lieutenant JIMMY BYRD Second Lieutenant JACK CURRY Second Lieutenant JOHN V. KECK Second Lieutenant CAPTAIN PI-IILBECK FRENCH LEWIS Second Lieutenant HENRY WOODS Second Lieutenant CLYDE WOOTEN . Second Lieutenant SPONSORS CAPTAIN PI-IILBECK KATHRYN BELL LIEUTENANT EILBOTT . KULA MAKRIS LIEUTENANT NIXON . MAE ELLEN DVORACI-IEK LIEUTENANT ROBERTSON . RUTH ROBINSON L-,-LL 191 HEADQUARTERS COMPANY OFFICERS CLIFFORD VAN SICKLE . . Captain GEORGE GILMORE First Lieutenant JACK I-IOLT v First Lieutenant CHARLES GARDNER .Second Lieutenant C. R. RHODES . I . Second Lieutenant CAPTAIN VAN SICKLE ROBERT STOUT . Second Lieutenant HENRYAL. TUCK . Second Lieutenant SPONSORS CAPTAIN VAN SICKLE . ELAINE MURRELL LIEUTENANT GILMORE . ELIZVABETH GRIFFITH LIEUTENANT HOLT BILLY RUTH JAMES ,......-.- 192 fam ' Batlalforr In B any ff llqry K' al flrlj1.l.m! ifQlmF1'H'faf A XlScc0"4I: 'JJ Bil.lsli,lU!l .fldjulanl Bulmf Mui t mvn"""f-'v.'unel Inf "'f-my If RUTH BATEMAN REGIMENTAL SPONSOR bililie R. O. T. C. caclets, V 3 Popular vote, elected MNS Rutli Bateman to tlie honorary office of Regi- mffhtztl Sponsor. Eacli year the Regimental S p on s o r leads tlie grand marcli at tlie Military Ball with tlie Cadet C0l0nel and at tlie end of thc YUM' presents tlie cadet -Ummissions and r e s c r v e c - - - 0mll1lSSl0llS to tlie officers of fllv corps, attended by tlie Dtlle B F Cadet sponsors. Miss 3f0Inan is from Clarendon and is a member of Clii Omcgla. 3 '90 row: STITIIDS K, fm B.-u, .amp R lunk' 'Rirmm 5- all Gilmore, K Kama .lUlH11w0l'I ' ,nplllly lj ary S , llc . Seto' Jl.l1Y1SOI1 lk. lark, ., . ion xl rlj1cIa.i! Ii Nlflrley, y , . f-U Mlfmuslcey, :tn McDaniel, ' mllhzrzy fl' Un "Id: .jf Murrell Ann lyllffurifrf Cfonlpmzy K. lflcens, A .omp.,,,y I.. I ,T3,,i"g'f"Hf4a Sqmhcl fulialwn Arco Roberts, vxrginind Bilffrllllill First if Rubinson' f 1 - fUIalmr1fla'julanl 7,36 ,, V . .i. i I V Iv. , ' ' . ' W- 551 .,...f - 3 . ' Q.. . . V uf- r-4 .f f' vi- 'ri K" rf fe- 1 'vii 1 ,.- ,Q ,,,. . .A 1-'Mr' RQ if Ftvf.-2.2-5gZ3fQ'ff -- 'b -M P .' 43 -is , . L ' , ..,-., l- "' 3 hm.. I ' " 'flnnif i M. . fx. f , , , ,f.,.,,i. , ...H . 1 in ,Gz1i1f75?W"'lZt ' l ' wfj1f"5M"'-ffl'"Hr'Vffn0fA"'f1aY 77 Q11 ' 'f' 4 ' ' 'YH Iii! A 'JE'-U 'Inf ff J R 1 il W-,, 1 ' ' 1' , 3-fit' ww,-, ri fic, f fy fr: 1,-fJsa,., l 44 OFFICERS' SPONSORS as 'EEF 193 SCABBARD AND BLADE CAPTAIN PHILBECK MAX BARRON H. C. FIELDS A. D. ALLEN THOMAS R. ASHCRAET JESS PAUL CHAMPION W. H. DAVIDSON R. B. HALL OTIS HAYS, JR. TOMMIE PHILBECK MURRAY BYLANDER GEORGE MAKRIS P. K. HOLMES . MEMBERS , SENIORS OFFICERS Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant -First Sergeant GEORGE GILMORE ERNEST GREGORY JOHN GUNN J. F. NORMAN JUNIORS T. H. HOLDER WALTER HUDSON FRENCH G. LEWIS DICK LINEBARGER R. R. MILNER BYRON MORSE ROBERT NIENSTEDT LEROY R. POND C. R. RHODES JAMES ROY LEONARD W. RUSSUM A. G. SALISBURY RICHARD L. WALKER RAY VAUGHTERS - H. W. SAUANDERS JOHN M. SHAPARD W. D. SHIRLEY R. T. STOUT H. A. STROUD, JR. H. L. TUCK Scahbard 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 colleges and to spread intelligent information of our nation'S military requirements. Top row: Allen, Ashcraft, Barron, Bylander, Champion, Davidson, Fields, Gilmore, Gregory, Gunn, Hall, Hays Second Holder, Holmes, Hudson, Lewis, Linebarger, Makris, Milner, Morse, Nicnstedt, Norman, Pond, Rhodes. Third: Roy, Russum, Salisbury, Saunders, Shapard, Shirley, Stout, Stroud, Tuck, Vaughters, Walker. 194 GEORGE A. MAKRIS THOMAS F. BUTT JESS CHAMPION . WILLIAM I-I. DAVIDSON STEVE CALDWELL . CAPTAIN FARLOW BURT L. T. ATWOOD S. B. BEASLEY V. E. BEASLEY W. S. BOYDSTON B. BLANKENSHIP C. G. BRANNEN A. S. BROWN J. L. BROWN W. F. BROWN W. M. BROWN J. H. BUEHRLE R. B. BULLOCK R. D. CHIDESTER R. W. COLN D. E. COWAN PER OFFICERS SHING RIF Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant . First Sergeant Faculty Sponsor MEMBERS L. A. CURTIS W. H. DAMON L. R. DIcIcsON M. DOLLAR N. DUPUIS E. I. GARDNER T. H. GARY F. A. GERIG J. W. GRADY W. B. GROOM H. P. HALSELL C. S. HANKINS W. O. HAZELBAKER L. HEMPLING C. W. HOGAN H. A. JENNINGS E. K. JOHNSON J. P. JOHNSON L. KEOWN F. S. LACEY P. LITTLE T. B. MCCLELLAND P. A. MCWILLIAMS B. M. MCKNIGHT R. W. MARSH P. A. MARINONI E. H. MANLEY F. F. MILLSAPS R. S. PETERSON W. J. RICHARDS LES CAPTAIN MAKRIS W. B. RYNDERS W. T. SEAWELL R. T. SHELBY D. M. SMITH C. L. SMITH C. L. SPENCER A. STEIGER D. R. WEATHERS J. E. WHITING E. A. WILLIAMSON J. WILSON J. W. WOODRUFF E. C. WOOD J. P. WOOD R. WOOD Pershing Rifles is a national honorary military frate.'nity for basic Students. Its purpose is to promote In terest in military work and to incite greater proficen:y in drill. Pershing Riflemen gave exhibition drills for the Military Ball and the Federal Inspection. MEN'S RIFLE TEAM FIRST TEAM THOMAS F. BUTT WILLIAM I-I. DAVIDSON CHARLES L. SPENCER PAUL A. MARINONI CURTIS L. HANKINS SECOND TEAM ERNIS GREGORY C. R. RHODES C. B. CALDWELL EDWARD GAGE ELLswORTI-I CI-IUNN The R O. T. C. Rifle teams represent che University and the cadet corps in the Seventh Corps Area matches and in the William Randolph Hearst match. The teams are considered minor ath letics and letters are given to members on that basis. Both divisions of the riflemen placed in the Seventh Corps Area competition. Front row: Harnes, Bylandcr, Capt. Burt, Butt, Capt. Taylor, Chunn, Gage. Second: Whiting Spencer Eluott Caldwell Davidson, Rhodes, Hankins, Marinoni. WOMEN'S RIFLE TEAM OFFICERS EUGENIA CALLAHAN President DOROTHY JEAN SEVIER . Vice-president ELSIJANE TRIMBLE Secretary BERNICE LICHTY . Treasurer COLLEEN STOCKFORD . Captain SPONSORS TOM BUTT MURRAY BYLANDER MEMBERS MARY FRANCES RANDALL RUTH BATEMAN Lois BARRIER VICTRY BURNETT EUGENIA CALLAHAN BETTY DICKINSON JANE DAVIS JOHNNIE DALE WILLEEN EDWARDS WARREN FOSTER MODEST HENSLEY IRENE HUTCHINSON RUTH HUTCHESON MARIGENE HOWELL MARY ALICE HORN BETH INNIS LUCY KRIEG MARTHA KENDRICK MARY LEMLEY JULIA LEMLEY BERNICE LICHTY PAULINE LYONS JEAN MCCLENDON VIRGINIA MILLER EDITH MCCRARY MAYME MCCRARY CHRISTINE MCKISSACK MARIAN MCFARLAND JEWELL OTT MARY SUE PARTAIN BETTY PEGG HARRIET PHILLIPS MARY JOE MCCLENDON BETSY PAYNE MARGARET REID CAROLINE SEALs COLLEEN STOCKFORD DOROTHY JEAN SEVIER PETE SMITH LORRAINE TWEEDY ELsIJANE TRIMBLE HOPE WADE RUTH WRIGHT The WOmen's Rifle Club was founded in 1930 by Major H. F. Thompson. This year, under the supervision of Cadet Captains Butt and Bylander, the members have practiced firing on the University indoor range. The club is now endeavoring to increase the accuracy and proficiency of members. No inter-collegiate matches have been fired, but future matches are planned. - , I I I I 197 ISABEL STORMS CORRINE BATsoN IONE OTTE KATHERINE BELL . MARY LOUISE CAIN MARJORIE HUNT . BETTY ALLIS BETTIE BARNES CORINNE BATSON KATHERINE BELL DIMPLES BLACK VIRGINIA BUNCH GUIDON OFFICERS MEMBERS ARMINDA DOTY ANN DUBARD MARJORI HUNT MARGARET JACOWAY EUGENIA JOHNSON PATTY JO MAHONEY Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant . First Sergeant Second Sergeant . Guidon Bearer GRACE MARLEY LAURA LOUISE MCDANIEL IONE OTTE A ' RUTH PENROSE ANN PRITCHARD ISABEL STORMS MARY LOUISE CAIN MARY JANE THOMPSON Guidon, an honorary military Organization for women, was chartered at the University in 1934 as a unit of the national organization. Its activities include military drill and participation in the homecoming parade. It is an auxiliary to Scablaard and Blade. This year Guidon sponsored a dance and show for flood relief. Top row: Allis, Barnes, Batson, Bell, Black, Doty, DuBard, Hunt, Jacoway. Second: Johnson, Mahoney, Marley, McDaniel, Otte, Penrose, Pritchard, Storms, Thompson. 198 ORGANIZATIONS ' !n N- 'Sf' 1 - E Th ' fl cxccntc of n xy!! t ph' K" if nfuolcfl E F r , I S f, Hmrkim' J . i X J .rnl , 1 , . -- 'I . - l 1 U Us.,-.n, V. D ,W 1 , 2' 0 . 'Qu ' - I J 4. , .. we r- J ' . 4 ff' . o LHC v ,-'fx .1 J "af . . an "2.31!'-' M . -ug' xx'-"f fr , f E19 -n A ,. - lj ,. ..,. ,i .. n ' ,.f I ' P - '. .4 ,, .. 5 . NK- INTERFRATERNITY OUNCIL JOHN JERNIGAN, President FRANK HOLT . . Secretary FRATERNITIES KAPPA SIGMA SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON KAPPA ALPHA SIGMA NU PI KAPPA ALPHA SIGMA CHI SIGMA PHI EPSILON LAMBDA CHI ALPHA THETA KAPPA NU ALPHA GAMMA RHo KAPPA NU TAU EPSILON PHI P A N H E L L E N I C HARRIETT SMITH . . Pres. ISAEEL SToRMs . Serretary SORORITIES CHI OMEGA ZETA TAU ALPHA PI BETA PHI DELTA DELTA DELTA KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA DELTA GAMMA I-I O N O R ORGANIZATIONS fin alphabetical order, O T I-I E R ORGANIZATIONS fin alphabetical order, Xff' "Yea, Mabell, either we take in more pledges or take in waslvin 'ri I' rf FPDQ Y X rlr. QRQQKJ I A LW ' Qs 8 INTERFRATERNITY OFFICERS e JOHN JERNIGAN . . President GEORGE MAKRIS - . . Vice-President FRANK I-IoLT Secretary Twenty-four members, two from each fraternity, compose the Interfraternity Council. This year the Council has compiled new rushing rules and solved the problems arising among organiza- tions. Its purpose is to create a closer harmony among various groups. I This year uniform rush cards were issued, along with rules of rushing, and information con- cerning the adoption of the "third date" system of rushing. 'N i 4 The Council this year experimented with a friendly plan in which each fraternity at regular intervals dispatched its pledges in groups of three to other fraternity houses. All fraternities cooperate in the annual Coun:il dance. .nurs- l W' f V' 5. . f N . e .x N AX K 'IW .' Top row: Anderson, Burke, Didlnsky, Dcrfman, Edson, Elliott, Ferguson, Gold, jacks, Leatherman, Lew. BoLtom row: Makris, McDaniel, Milner, Myers, Neblett, Nobles, Nolen, Pond, Ricketr, Wnmsley, Wildy. 204 COUNCIL FRANK HOLT JOHN JERNIGAN KAPPA SIGMA JOHN ANDERSON GOVAN BURKE SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON LELAND LEATHERMAN GEORGE MAKRIS KAPPA ALPHA RUSSELL MYERS EARL WlI,.DY SIGMA PHI EPSILON R. R. MILNER DALE ELLIOTT MEMBERS LAMBDA CHI ALPHA COLEMAN NOLEN LEROY POND THETA KAPPA NU JAMES EDSON MASTON JACKS SIGMA NU JAMES NOBLES JOE NEBLETT PI KAPPA ALPHA ' FRANK HOLT JESS FERGUSON 205 , SIGMA CHI BURKETT WAMSLEY JOHN JERNIGAN ALPHA GAMMA RHO TOM MCDANIEL CYRIL RICKETT KAPPA NU ISAIH LEW VICTOR DIDINSKY TAU EPSILON PHI I. GOLD DAVID DOREMAN - S - ii. .- 1 . -fi- t 231- 1? 1 1 ff' 4 ff-1 : ' : li 'Lis' 1 if E 1' x i I ...Hn ,l . E' . ' U 1 Ur" 'ai :f f-' N ll f f P A s I G M A W. ff.,-L, -L 4 1' , -.,,:.,- i i 4. , A SCARLFT WHITE AND GREEN ive cose co ege r1en s gat ere att e H1 F' l ll f' d h d h U '- versity of Virginia on Dec. 10, 1869 to form Kap- pa Sigma fraternity in the United States. Wil- liam G. McCormick, who had traveled- in Europe, had been inducted into the order there by a noble- man. The fraternitygoriginated in Bologna, Italy and its first members were students in the Univer- sity there who banded together against oppression. Since its establishment in this country it has grown to be a large, international organization. Kappa Vaughan are charter members of Xi chapter at Ar- kansas in 1890. Kappa Sigma now has 106 chapters in thiS country, with one in Canada. Its monthly maga- zine is the Caduceus,-and other publications ili- clude The Star and Crescent, Address Book, Homes, History, Song Book, and the The Kappa Sigma Book. President C. Futrall and judge George Vaughan are charter members of Xi chapter at Al'- kansas. During the time fraternities were barred from the campus, Kappa Sigma existed as the Richard- son Club, named after an early sponsor. This sub rosa existence was from 1901 to 1903. -N Q MEMBERS A. D. ALLEN JOHN ANDERSON RALPH ATWOOD ORRIN BATTLE JAMES BENTON LEM BOONE JR. ROBERT L. BOYD LUTHER C. BREWER JACK BRIDGEFORTH CARTER BROWN PARKS BRUMLEY FRANK BRUMMITT GOVAN BURKE PAUL F. BUSTION JOE VOL BUTT J- C. CAMPBELL HENRY CANADAY REX CASTLEBERRY JOHN ED CHAMBERS EI-LSWORTH CHUNN JWACK F. COLEMAN l"LOYD COZAD HARRY CRUMPLER ORD DOUGHTERY WILLIAM DUNN CHARLES V. ELD JOHN EDWARD ELDRIDGE ROLFE ELDRIDGE WILSON BOYCE FALLS JOHN V. FERGUSON HERBERT FOSTER DON FULLER WILLIAM FROGUE WILLIAM GANTT CHARLES GARDNER VICTOR GORDY JOHN H. GUNN QILLY HAMBURG KENNY HARLAN ROBERT E. HARRIS WILLIAM HAWKINS SIDNEY HERREN CHARLES H. HINTON E- T. HORNER JAMES T. HORNER JR. JOHN HORNER WALTER HUDSON HUGH HUMPHREYS EVERETTE JOHNSON BOBBY KEATHLEY ELMER KNOTT ROBERT LANE PAUL MARINONI ROBERT MCCALL SCOTT MCCUSKEY ERNEST MCDONALD ALBERT MCGILL CHARLES MEYER DALLAS MILES CHARLES MILLER GEORGE MURPHY ROBERT NIENSTEDT A. W. NISBET MAX OSTNER WILLIAM POOL GORDON RICHARDSON JOHN RIDDLER JOE ROBERTSON BEN RUSSELL ROBERT RYE PERCY SANDERS JOE SCHMELZER DICK SHEARIN ROBERT D. SMITH CLARENCE E. SMITH GRIFFIN SMITH WILLIAM A. STOREY H. A. STROUD JOHN E. THOMPSON RAY B. VAUGHTERS CARROLL WADLEY THOMAS WALLIS JACK WALLS CHARLES E. WARNER CURTIS WATKINS MAX WATKINS RICHARD WAUGH JACK WHEELER DAN WYLDS OFFICERS GOVAN BURKE . . . President ROBERT D. SMITH . . . Vice-President WALTER HUDSON . . Secretary JOHN ANDERSON . . . Treasurer Top row: Allen, Anderson, Battle, Benton, Boone, Boyd, Brewer, Bridgcforrh. Second row: Brumley, Brummitt, Bus- tion, Burt, Campbell, Canaday, Cnstlcberry, Chambers. Third: Chunn, Coleman, Crumpler, Dougherty, Dunn, Eld. J. El- dridge, R. Eldridge. Fourth: Falls, Ferguson, Foster, Frogue, Fuller, Gantt, Gardner, Gordy. Fifth: Gunn, Harland, Har. ris, Hawkins, Hinton, Tully Horner, Tap Horner, John Horner. Sixth: Hudson, Humphreys, Johnson, Knorr, Lane, Marinoni, McCall, lVlcCuskey. Seventh: McGill, Meyer, Miles, Murphy, Niensteclt, Nisbet, Ostner, Pool. Eighth: Richard- son, Riddler, Robertson, Russell, Rye, Sanders, Schmelzer, Shearin. Ninth: B. Smith, C. Smith, G. Smith, Storey, Stroud, Thompson, Vaughters, Wadley. Tenth: Wallis, Walls, Warner, Watkins, M. Watkins, Waugh, Wheeler, Wylclg, 'xi l . ',' sb' fl ,y 5 1. N E A . ' I .I . A .A kv-rr -Fx at ingest. In 4 Q ,. . -S H15 Ei n? H : B Q ii E! A :RE Bi l l I RISK, I' Q5 2 E . A I E I 5 I Q M I , Qi l if I I 5 II I r ,l 2 5 Y l 1 J E l l f l I l l l l J I SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON COLORS PURPLE AND GOLD FLOWER V1oLET Founded at the University of Alabama, 1856 Alpha Epsilon Chapter Established at the University of Arkansas, 1893 W Ny? E vu-'35 Ajiffxei .f-"' :yllfl I-V lax I 6 4 I 'VE 'leg .?i:15?-11312 A .L sf,-,: L -- 'ia-iii? - 5 E We i I ' V I rt ,f ""T E-Q" A . in 51 E 1 'A it' - Nm! t- gtg 3 if ,-- if y f 1 , I-2 ,11 1 ll ,. are I ', I ? i L if if and-lin ' v 1 Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded in 1856 by eight students of the University of Alabama, wl10 had become hard and fast friends. In its early days it remained in the South, the first chapter north of the Mason and Dixon line being estab- lished just before the Civil War. ,At present the order numbers one hundred 'and eight active chap' ters with an initiated membership of over 40,000- Working in collaboration 'with the active chapterS are one hundred and five alumni associations in American cities and Paris, France. Of these, there are three in this state. Publications are fraternity histories, director- ies, secret publications, and the periodical maga- zine, "The Record," which is a quarterly with 2 circulation of 30,000. National headquarters are maintained ar Evanston, Illinois. In the national house, owned by S. A. E., there is a, large library of books con- cerning fraternity subjects in general and a mu' seum devoted to the American college fraternity. Conventions are held biannually, and in alternate years province conventions meet. The local chap- ter, Arkansas Upsilon, was established on the Uni' versity campus in 1893 with a chapter enrollment of seventeen. GEORGE MAKRIS President fFirsl SemesterJ MEMBERS THOMAS ASHCRAET HENRY BATEMAN ERLE BIGGS BRUCE BISSELL DEESON BOND HAROLD BRIDGEEORTI-I WILLIAM BROOKS P. D. BURTON JIMMY BYRD WILLIAM CAMPBELL R. L. COLE W. H. DAVIDSON LADD DAVIES JACK DAVIS JOHN DIFEEY JOHN DODSON J- M. DODSON WOODROW DURDEN ED FOGG JOHN GAUTNEY GEORGE GILMORE PAT GREENING RICHARD GREGORY J AMES GUARD R. L. HENRY EDWIN HOPSON EARL HUNT TOM JOHNSTON KENNETH JONES SAM KEATH LARRY KELLEY LELAND LEATHERMAN LESTER LEE WILLIAM LEWIS EDWARD LIGHTLE GEORGE MAKRIS BUDDY MARTIN WILLIAM MATTHEWS JAMES MERRICK JOHN MOORE OWEN MORROW BYRON MORSE J. F. NORMAN WILLIE PATTON BEN RAND DAN REYNOLDS JAMES REYNOLDS LOUIS SAXON ALLEN SELLARS BILL SOMERS PETER STANLEY JACK TOWNSEND WILLIS TOWNSEND R. W. VELVIN BILLY WARD RICHARD WILLIAMS SAM WILLIAMSON CLAUDE WILSON BOBBY WRIGHT EDWIN WRIHHT HAL WYNNE THOMAS D. WYNNE OFFICERS LELAND LEATHERMAN . . . . . . President lfor second semesterj BRUCE BISSELL . . Vice-President RICHARD WILLIAMS . . Secretary JAMES MERRICK . . Treasurer Top row: Ashcroft, Bateman, Biggs, Bissell, Bond, Brooks. Second: Burton, Byrd, Campbell, Cole, Davidson, Davis. Third: Diffey, John Dodson, J. M. Dodson, Durden, Fogg, Gautney. Fourth: Gilmore, Greening, Gregory, Guard, Henry, Hunt. Fifth: Johnston, Jones, Keath, Kelley, Leather- man, Lee. Sixth: Lewis, Matthews, Merrick, Moore, Morse, Norman. Seventh: Rand, Reynolds, D. Reynolds, Saxon, Sellars, Somers. Eighth: Stanley, W. Townsend, Velvin, Ward, Williams, Williamson. Ninth: Wilson, Wright, E, Wright, Wynne, T. Wynne. .X ri nf it yi l ' 1 as L " I A Rm' . ,' A' ' .I 5 1 V , . 6- R 5 - ' ' i in 1: 5 , 9. , ., I I ' V! ' 1 R. J .J " V.. QV ,, 'D f . SF ' 9 Y . V X .. Ll an 5' cj rs K. J l J .1 R Tl is ' 9 Q I Y V' Qs I I ' R. -ra' W Q- , I' - X ,I I 5 lx, , ' ., . rg 5 p 'J . ' Cl' -Q.. ' , - 1 ' ':, 1. ra : ,?'af'-,gyit S fl ! f -- Ii -12 - E e 11,11 , a ll 5 . 1 1 ,gi V . ' Ja "-' 53 " " Q , E- . ,gil i in , QM 'ma K A P P A A l. P l'l A ,ffl ffl L, un- . ' ' -,fi-C-safe COLORS A CRIMSON AND GOLD Kappa Alpha Order was founded December 21, 1865, at Washington and .Lee University. The FLOWER bleeding South was just emerging from the Civil MAGNOLIA War and four students of what was then Wasli- ington College banded together to start a move- , f d ' ' ' , , Founded at Wasliingtoii and Lee University, mem to Oster an mamtam anmirs Customs 1865 and ideals of the Southern people, They looked Alpha Omicron Chapter Established at thc University of Arkansas, 1895 to Robert E. Lee, who was then the president of Washington College, as their ideal. Kappa Alpha has confined itself to the South. The order now has sixty-seven chapters located in the principal colleges and universities of the South. Alpha Omicron was installed at Arkansas on April 27, 1895. Before binding itself to the national fraternity, it was a local of ten men. Kappa Alpha Order is organized in seven pr0- vinces and these are officiated by Province Com- manders, Secretaries, .and Alumni Historians. Over these provinces are a Knight Commander, 3 Grand Historian, and a Chief Alumnus. Profes- sor Allan Humphreys, a member of the local chapter, is now serving as Grand Purser. Official publications are the Kappa Alpha Journal, the Special Messenger, Directory, and Kappa Alpha Song Book. MAX BARRON C- H. BEASLEY CLARENCE BEASLEY OFFICERS EARL WILDY . . President CLAYTON LITTLE . . Vice-President HAROLD BEASLEY . . Secretary RUSSELL MEYERS . . Treasurer EARL WILDY Top row: Barron, Beasley, C. Beasley, Blakely, Second: President Borden, Callison, Carroll, Chase. Third: Dunaway, Gitchell, Garden, Goss. Fourth: Halsell, Hill, Hodges, Howell. Fifth: Lindsay, Little, Millsaps, Myers. Sixth: O'Neal, J. Rhodes, R. Rhodes, Segrnves. Seventh: Sloan, Smith, Ward. MEMBERS 7 541' , , 5. if SAM HODGES f - ,,. I, In 'Se' 1 I V JAMES M. HOWELL 9 . Q A al A . he 3 - S' 'A A - ,. rv- . - , "5 LESLIE C. LINDSAY , Q A CLAYTON LITTLE f X .- RAY BLAKELY BEN JOE BORDEN GAIL BORDEN LEWIS CALLISON L. J. CARROLL WILLIAM CHASE GEORGE DUNAWAY DONALD GITCHELL BOE GORDEN PAUL GOSS HENRY HALSELL CLAUDE I-IENLEY GEORGE HILL FREDERICK MILLSAPS RUSSELL MYERS NORMAN NAIL W. W. O,NEAL JR. JAMES RHODES ROBERT RHODES ALLAN SEGRAVES DWIGHT SLOAN OLIN SMITH MILTON TWEDELL E. B. WARD EARL WILDY 1 .,, ' Ve 1-,ef SIGNAA NU COLORS WHITE, BLACK AND Goto FLOWER WHITE ROSE Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869 Gamma Upsilon Chapter Established at the University of Arkansas, 1904 -3? 4 - a t V1 "' illmWII1iH11UlWllLTt, ' ' f iii - I si 'E' . 11,1 ' ' 7 r- qifa' Nw-Q . .3 'FU , Hg:-1.1 L 1' .L 'I A rin? E . " I I Q- l:l1 - K l', if Q H' Q . az: K Q 1' . -,ij rj A- . 4, Ji '. . fkgji E W T-5:31 tl-,ggsfgf 9:-fe xi - A - ,, e fsagmfif-fee ifoad D . vfflg. -.rv 1. bg--5 V, KLA.: 4' H .A-.11 . - - .- .Q-,lbs N-n- ' 1 w 7 4 K I li i lm . ,mm 411 ffl 1' ,I fa 1 L 14 WHY' .. Hi' I I I ! 1 .43' I 23, . ,. . .5 g ,. Y Sigma Nu originated from the Legion Of Honor, a secret organization. The Greek letter name was adopted on January 14, 1869, at the Vir- ' . ginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va. James F- Hopkins, of Arkansas, was the recognized leader of the Legion of Honor, which opposed the over- bearing control of another. society. Hopkins, de- signer of the badge of Sigma Nu, was associated with Greenville Quarles and James M. Riley in the formation of the fraternity. The chapters were not given Greek letter names at first, but were designated by Roman numerals in order of their establishment. There are now ninety-eight active chapters with a total membership of about 29,781. Official publications include The Delta, quarterly periodical, the Sigma Nu Song Book, The Story of Sigma Nu, and Sigma Nu catalog- ues. The Gamma Upsilon chapter was established at the University of Arkansas in 1904. JOE NEBLETT President MEMBERS BILL ADAMS SHIRLEY BAIN ADAMS JAMES ATI-IA HAROLD BARNES DONALD BEAMAN F. T. BIRD ERWIN BLANKENSI-IIP WAYNE S. BOYDSTUN CHARLES CAIN JAMES CLARK .l0HN CLARK LEE CLINE EARL H. COCI-IRAN WM. B. DEYAMPERT T. S. DEWOODY JR. MAX DOLLAR JOHN DONALDSON JAMES A. FITZGERALD FRANK A. GERIG ROBERT M. GOFE ED GORDON NATHAN GORDON WILLARD HAWKINS BILLY HUNTER KEITH L. HOLLOWAY BOB JOHNSTON H. M. KITCI-IENS JR. ROBERT MARTIN WARREN G. MOODY HOWARD W. MCGEE FRED MCGUE JOE NEBLETT JAMES H. NOBLES GEORGE PARSONS EDGAR PLEDGER GEORGE PROVINE JACK ROBBINS LEONARD W. RUSSUM GEORGE R. SI-IANKLE E. BYRON SPARKS EDWARD E. STOCKER WILFRED TI-IORPE I"IENRY TUCK JR. CARL WAGNER JAMES E. WARE HERBERT WILSON JACK M. WYATT OFFICERS JOE NEBLETT . . President GEORGE SHANKLE . . Vice-president T. S. DEWOODY . . Secretary JAMES H. NOBLES . . Treasurer Top row: Adams, Beaman, Bird, Blanktnship, Boydstun. Second: Cain, James Clark, John Clark, Cline, Cochran. Third: DcYampert, Dewoody, Donaldson, English, Gerig. Fourth: Goff, Hawkins, Holloway, Kitchzns, Martin. Fifth: Moody, McGee, McGue, Nobles, Parsons. Sixth: Robbins, Russum, Shankle, Sparks, Stocker. Seventh: Thorpe, Tuck, Wagner, Ware, Wyatt. 'Lua K-1.5 wg- . PI KAPPA ALPHA COLORS GARNET AND GOLD FLOWER LILY OF THE VALLEY Founded at the University of Virginia, 1868 Alpha Zeta Chapter Established at the University of Arkansas, 1904 U, . .nh-. .. 1-4 -.U - .N -Ax ', ea'f fig v, I .. 1? .- -S. ' o gl 'V X 'r . lf. 1 ii: 5 gllllllllllllmllllllll? xl 1. ga, 7 f' XXL X fesai 5-'f L F A rf- 7551 A 'gf L. ' in -1 1 "1:'if f.':Tf'i 1 q Q' A -1' if Bl I J itar fspg -lillu - - ' , ai iilll :".'..w H N. If E 5 ,..,,. 1.-g sun- , ,,, fi D E. 5. .L .1 504 , v hlk, ,dl ill 5 F11 . 1' v " .S-.g-J' -gre iii, K J '. 391 'f l U D-7aE:.'..la...1-55.13.-FQ. fxdf fly' ff 2 ' fe' -vs mf-A L fl! ulfylwg 'Hr V r.: 1 ' 1: 12521-3 - - 5 2,1 llniuiui ' if-efif' A i 1f ' 5 4i'- 'ji Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the Univer- sity of Virginia March 1, 1868, by Frederick Southgate Taylor, Littleton Waller Tazewell, Jul- , , ian Edward Wood, Robert Norward, James Ben- jamin Schlater, and William'Alexander. At fil'Sf the fraternity was sectional,'being confined to the South, but conservative expansion has resulted in an organization which is located in the larger in- stitutions throughout the country. At present the fraternity has seventy-nine active chapters and numerous active alumni chap- ters scattered throughout the United States. Alpha Zeta chapter was chartered here N0- vember 2, 1904, there being ten charter members- It was the first chapter west of the Mississippi. The Shield and Diamond, the official publi- cation, is issued five times a year and containS news from all chapters and topics of fraternity interest. The secret publication is the Dagger and Key. JESS FERGUSON President MEMBERS ARNOLD ADAMS ROBERT ADAMS ROYCE ARTHURS G. C. ASHLEY GOAH BARNES WYLIE BEEBY LANGDON BERRYMAN DANA BISHOP BARNEY BLANKENSI-IIP WILBUR BOTTS CHARLES BOWERS MILTON 0. BRACK LES CAMPBELL ROY COLE E. T. COOK GEORGE COYLE JACK H. CURRY ROBERT DANIELS JESS FERGUSON GARVIN FITTON PAUL FOSTER .JACK GORDON MINOR GORDON BILL GREASON WILLIAM W. GREGG HARRY GRIFFIN ADRAIN GOSS LYLE GRUNDY RAY HAMILTON A. D. HARLAN R. T. HARRELSON EDWARD HARRIS LESLIE HAYGOOD DENNIE HAYS GRAHAM HOLMES J. FRANK HOLT CLAUDE HOLTHOFF HOWARD HOLTHOFF CHARLES JOURDAIN HARRISON KUNZ RICHARD LANCASTER PAUL M. LESTER WILLIAM SIMONS DON LOCKARD DON MAJORS LEROY MARTIN NORMAN MCCURRY FORREST MILLER JACK A. MULFORD REX MULLINS WILLIAM F. PACE PAUL PETTIGREW JOHN K. PLUMMER SIGUN RASMUSSEN JOHN CLARK RILEY BILLY D. SANDERS EDWARD SCURLOCK HARRELL SIMPSON GLENN SMITH BILL SPENCER JAMES H. STEWART TOMMY STONEBERGER ROBERT STOUT JAMES N. WARTEN ORVILLE WHITE JACK WILLIAMSON JAMES WILLCOXON BOB WOOD S OFFICERS JESS FERGUSON . . President MILTON BRACK . Vice-President JACK CURRY . . Secretary -. FRANK HOLT . . Treasurer f Top row: A. Adams, R. Adams, Arthurs, Ashley, Barnes, Beeby. Second: Blankenship, Botts, Braclc, Cook, Curry, Dan- iels. Tihrd: Fitton, Foster, Gordon, Griffin, Goss, Gregg. Fourth: Hamilton, Harlan, Harris, Hays, Holmes, Holt. 3: .,. , A Fifth: Hclthoff, Jourdain, Kunz, Lancaster, Lester, Loclcard. 'Q Sixth: Majors, Martin, McCurry, Miller, Muford, Pa.e. Sev- ' enth: Pettigrew, Plummer, Rasmussen, Riley, Sanders, Scur- 'SI lock, Simpson. Eighth: Smith, Stewart, Stout, Warten, White, Williamson, Willcoxon. .il ' J 4 I I , ' 27 I wil M . ' , ,Ji ' r n V I ' ' I' 1 W - 'J .' , ' A li i 1 A A Y, :J 'gl , , j ' ' " ' 4. ' . ' ' , ' ' ,R "A, -- 9 A A. W . fir' ' l AQ . I ' ! :e1 F '! C i in .. , ' fr :J ., f ,, .gf I ,3 ,x - ' id ' lr I I L N f r' ' Y J 5 , ' l -If r ii 1- J Q Z .3 1 , , J . H Q 4 R . l 'sf , b f 'f if A' T 2 J ' 4 x ,V A Q H "'- , V i J q I 'i . . 1 . I ,. . ., I I I - E ,.,, I . L f iii ' :H 'SQ -S : in Aurqxrx if N it ' f ill fig- ll " 'ff - ., ' 5 3 ' ,, 1 2 ,rm Q , qX '- llDT'lll,,-vfi, Q -9 , . i' fig N: X I' -2 1 ff. T' L5 1 s -5 e 2. 2 .lie J ee- ,,.' le: if N . 2 - 'C 5 '22 1351 il' ,2 I." H f f 4' 15' -las, i S I G M A C H I ,t,3,, . Q1'5 ' 'ff A .,-M . " P Qf .ll41 - fdfg ,lm COLORS ' BLUE AND OLD GOLD Sigma Chi was founded at Miami Univer- sit , Oxford, Ohio, une 28, -1855, by Thomas C- Y FLOW Bell, James P. Caldwell, and F. I-I. Lockwood, ER WHITE Rosa Founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1855 Omega Omega Chapter Established at the University of Arkansas, 1905 who, with the exception of the last, had been members of Kappa chapteriof Delta Kappa Ep- silon. It was the nineteenth college fraternity found- ed and the third to be established at Miami Uni- versity, the other two being Beta Theta Pi and Phi Delta Theta, which, with Sigma Chi, form the Miami Triad. The fraternity was first an- nounced as Sigma Phi, but in 1856 the name waS changed to Sigma Chi, due to the fact that the ritual and records of the chapter were stolen and that there existed an eastern fraternity known 35 Sigma Phi. The fraternity was carried on during the Civil War by a unique group, the Constantine Chapter, which was composed of seven Sigma ChiS who were in the Confederate Army. Its purpose was to perpetuate the fraternity in the South, re- gardless of the outcome of the war. Sigma Chi consists of ninety-one chapters that are active, and twenty that are inactive. Two of the chapters are in Canada. The official publication is the Magazine of Sigma Chi. BURKETT WAMSLEY President MEMBERS CHARLES C. BARNETT CHRIS BARROS LAWSON W. BOBBITT JOHN BRANCH GENE S. BROWNING BRUCE T. BULLION HOWARD CASSARD LEE CAZORT JOHN D. CHESTER STERLING CLARK FORREST COOK EDWARD CUMMINGS JOE DAVIS FRANKLIN DEAVER DWIGHT B. DICKSON OWEN ELKINS R. L. FRASER JACK GROBMYER BOE HAMP WILLIAM HARRIS JOHN M. HARRISON FRANK HEARNE P. K. HOLMES TOMMY HUTSON JOHN D. Hux JOHN T. JERNIGAN RAYMOND LUKE ELMER LINCOLN MICKEY MAYES JACK MCCABE C. B. MCCLELLAND WILLIAM H. MCINTYRE BILLY MORRIS CUL PEARCE FRED M. PICKENS BILL POLITZ CHESTER POND ANDREW PONDER ALBERT PUCKETT WILMER A. RANDALL EARL A. RILEY FRANK A. ROBERTS JAMES 'ROY LEIGHTON RUDOLPH JIMMY SEAY EDWIN R. SHAPARD JOHN M. SI-IAPARD C. GORODN SMITH DOUGLAS SMITH RALPH SPRIGG FELIX N. STACY JOHN STOCKTON JR. WILLIAM JERNIGAN JR.JAMES TAFT JOHN KNIFE Gus KOERNER ANDY LAYMAN CHARLES W. LIGHT JOHN W. WALKER BURKETT WAMSLEY RICHARD L. WALKER HARRY WOOD JR. OFFICERS BURKETT WAMSLEY . . . President CONDITT BARNETT . . . Vice-President LAWSON BOBBITT . . Secretary JOHN JERNIGAN . . Treasurer Top row: Barnett, Bnrros, Bobbitt, Branch Browning, Bullion. Second: Chester, Clark, Cook, Cummings, Davis, D:aver. Third: Dickscn, Dixon, Elkins, Fraser, Grobmyer, Hamp. Fourth: Harris, Harrison, Hearne, Holmes, Hutson, Hux. Fifth: Jernigan, W, Jernigan, Knipe, Koern:r, Light, Lincoln. Sixth: Morris, Luke, McClelland, Pearce, Pickens, Politz. Seventh: Pond, Ponder, Puckett, Randall, Riley, Roberts. Eighth: Roy, Rudolph, Seay, Shapard, Shapard, Smith. Ninth: D. Smith, Sprigg, Stacy, Stockton, Walker, R. Walker, Wood. , , ,L a J . JV, Y F li it J A J it ' ' 315 , f we A ' 'T L' A C it fe 7' ' 1 V ' li my by F B K .wx v A , ji Q A .,-.. 4 I ' KW i fl ,, 41" G ' ' F' V .L L A th l Y f ' ii ii f' A F . Q J- xii' 0 iv i 5 .4'f"- -A 231 qigiffxpzy .137 SIGMA PHI EPSILON COLORS PURPLE AND RED FLOWER VioI.ET AND AMERICAN BEAUTY RosE Founded at the University of Richmond, 1991 Arkansas Alpha Chapter Established at the University of Arkansas, 1907 Wg:'i,m.t iii!! '5 7j?fl7,fl'L-, iv e - gi: '5f'7f'i fi-'J mg' fig. s -Qi "jx 5, F: ififvif. fag- .3 .3 A fllf -5.x-cuij., 'ff '-: stiff. -,.- ' s .F il' 'X - if KRV, 941.-"Q, 1 ., 5 . , ag: NE-21 f J f ff 3-' - ME -1-5' zrfwfi. 2 11. ' ij nm2'!!2'1"'5F""""a 1IIl11 E S-ee Qqpiw i it E 5: I-rl E ig 1 ' fzfi' 112 . " in - 2. ,tty it Q 'r KX, ..., U -. " 'if-jg rx - J - '-LA 'f--2 " Lf- ' , 5 SL , 'S x "' 5 - ---,,,:- LJ- ,. ' 'ff E . fm' r i :.: Y 5:52. ,, Keg --c : : it gl v -'I , If lil lil . 5:5 : , , y - , I is I I .rv -'Qi , .Nil ' 1 Lyli k I X :rim lllllllllllllllll mlm 9 iz- I-l MB. A A " ' W ' Ea. 5: 'pg' L A 2 f so A -of ,gag " --- U. . . C ,A --- ,- -- -..E W :'3 ,-,Y A, -. LT- Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded at Richmond College fnow the University of Richmondj, Rich- mond, Virginia, in November, 1901. The basis of the organization was a society called the Sat- urday Night Club. I I , One of the features of the fraternity is the financial plan. Concerning this, Baird's says: "In 1916 the Purdue chapter surrendered all its prop- erty to the alumni who devised a plan of oper- ation, since copyrighted by the fraternity as the Purdue Plan and now known as the 'Sigma Phi Epsilon Plan of Finance' . Under this plan finan- cial affairs of the chapter are entirely in the hands of the alumni, the inexperienced undergraduate being relieved of this burden and so left free to devote all time to fraternal matters. The plan which worked so successfully at Purdue has been installed in all the chapters. Arkansas Alpha chapter was installed at the University of Arkansas in 1907. The publication of the order is the Sigma Phi Epsilon Journal, published monthly. DALE ELLIOTT President MEMBERS ROBERT BLACK MURRAY BYLANDER JACK CARNEY CHARLES CONNELL E. C. DALTON KAY EAKIN DALE ELLIOTT H. C. FIELDS EDWIN GARDNER CHARLES GILBERT JOHN HOLDEN JOE E. KEARNEY EDWARD LALMAN JAMES MCKlNI.EY DAN MCLEAN BILL MILNER R. R. MILNER ARTHUR NOBLES WEBB NORRIS JOHN A. OWEN W. B. OWEN KENNETH PARSLEY DAVID PARTAIN A. R. PINKERTON TOM D. PUGH RALPH RAWLINGS WALTER RICHARDS W. T. ROGERS BILLY RUSSELL H. NV. SAUNDERS W. O. SHIRLEY MARLE SHOUSE JACK STARNS HUGH TREECE JUSTIN TUCKER THADDEUS VANCE HARRY WARNOCK HENRY WHITE A. L. WILSON ED WORD 'D .. OFFICERS DALE ELLIOTT . . President BOB R. MILNER . . Vice-President HUGH TREECE . . Secretary ROBERT BLACK . . Treasurer Top row: Black, Bylancler, Carney, Connell, Dalton. Second: Fields, Gardner, Holden, Lalmnn, McKinley. Third: McLean, Milner, R. Milner, Nobles, Norris. Fourth: Owen, W. Owen, Pnrtain, Pugh, Rawlings. Fifth: Richards, Rogers, Russell, Shirley, Starns, Treece. Sixth: Tucker, Vance, War- nock, White, Wilson, Word. I , . Y 1 7 HSS I 11" . , It 4 . Km I . . V , J J I I 4 I V-' , . T' f ZH- . ,- I 'I M, i i ,I A - '- Z' ' i Q . S X J' IJ X . -rr E. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA COLORS PURPLE, GREEN AND GoLD FLOWER VIOLET Founded at Boston University, 1909 Gamma Chi Chapter Established at the University of Arkansas, 1925 TC " , Ji IM. Q' - . A e E5 EEE T ' feel 2 , ' n ATE' -'-"' Q. 'A I ' ' . F I pill ,air in If 1 7 I -g -AAA , ,gi T5,2- " i ' z" e 1- -. f 4 .,.'F'v-1 Sf' . re' , fr, ,, e 4 ' fha , ,'.- ' "iv M ,f' ". is Jr i, - ' -iii f" liz' ltd? 3, x ,1"-1.-ffl"-7,' ,, wish f ,Ji L - 52 'Q ,Ze 2. . -N,t,w?, Y L-, - , - A TA- pi: Ki --4' .ef sf' A 1 -2 4 A 'J' N wifi " H I , V if u r ff. f . 1. 1 .H xi- a Q2 31 ,av 1 I' H 1 3 .P V ej S 'V T' 1 , 2 i , kxw " ., e J I f ,X 2 ' , Z v i f f"'x . - ,Q12-2 Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston University and grew out of the Cosmopolitan Law Club, which had been organized in 1909. The 4 . club was the parent of the first Zeta of the fra- ternity, Alpha, which was naturally at Boston. The fraternity has now a total of eighty-four chapters, all of which are active. The headquar- ters are at Indianapolis, Indiana, under the man- agership of Bruce H. McIntosh, administrative secretary. It has two full-time salaried secretaries who visit chapters twice a year. Q The two major ideals of the fraternity are service and fraternalism. Theta Phi Delta local was founded at Aeieoo- eee November 1, 1923, by Garland Stubblefield ooo Phil Deal. It was chartered as e Zeta in eoe oeoooel fraternity of Lambda chi Alpha May 24, 1925. Publications of the fraternity are Cross and Crescent, Song Book, Directory, Delta Pi, Pledge Training Manual, and The Expositor. LEROY POND President MEMBERS ROBERT AMALIA C. L. ARRINGTON AUBERT C. ATKINSON CHARLES BELL RODERIC BELL GRAHAM BLACK LEATHER BLACK TOM BLACKWELL JIM BOTT CECIL BRANNEN J. S. BROOKS ARTHUR S. BROWN BILLY RAY BROWN JACK M. BROWN W. F. BROWN JOE BUEHRLE ROLAND BYRD JAMES D. D. CAMPBELL JUDGE CHAPMAN ALLEN COCHRAN PAUL COLE HAL C. CONNER JACK G. CORNETT BILL CORNWELL HERMAN CRAIG JACK DOLLARD DAVID EANES DAVID ELLISON PAT GEARHART EDWIN GIDEON ERNIS GREGORY THOMAS HARRELL DANE HARRIS JERRY HORD JOHNNY HUDSPETH HUGH JENNINGS J. PAUL JOHNSON JOHN E. KANE EARL LEROY KING BEN KIRBY JOHN T. LIVINGSTON JOHN MAILER EUGENE H. MANLEY ALLEN C. MARK JOHN MCCANNE BILL MCKNIGHT LLOYD MONTGOMERY FRED S. MOORE JACK MOORING VINCENT NARISI JOHN W. NIVEN HUGH C. NOLEN JAMES PATTERSON KENNETH W. PETTIT THOMAS PI-IILDECK LEROY POND ALBERT RAILSDACK JOHN RAMSEY HOWARD RIDLEY ART SALISBURY JACK SARGENT WALTER SIMS STEDMAN SUYDAM PAUL SULLINS RALPH W. TAPP CHARLES TRIMBLE C. T. WEST JOSEPH WESTON A. WESLEY WHITAKER ROBERT WOZENCRAFT OFFICERS LEROY POND . . President COLEMAN NOLEN . . Vice-President JOHN MCCANNE . . Secretary BEN KIRBY . . Treasurer Top row: Amalia, Atkison, Bell, Black, L. Black, Bott, Brannen. Seccncl: Brooks, Brown, B, Brown, J. Brown, W. Brown, Buehrle, Campbell, Third: Chapman, Cole, Conner, Cornett, Cornwell, Craig, Dollarcl. Fourth: Eanes, Genrhart, Gideon, Gregory, Harrell, Harris, Huclspeth. Fifth: Jen- nings, Johnson, Kane, King, Kirby, Livingston, Mailer. Sixth: Manley, Mark, McCanne, McKnight, Moore, Mooring, Narisi. Seventh: Niven, Nolen, Patterson, Pettit, Philbeck, Rails- back, Ramsey. Eighth: Ridley, Sargent, Srawell, Sims, Suy- clam, Sullins. Ninth: Tapp, Trimble, West, Weston, Whit- aker, Wozencrnft. . R . ,. . . . ., - M J L I xirw f P' T A ima . 3 4 I 34. A A 'f .- 1' A . 1? ' ., .l l"e . . Y I c or, an af ,gy iv, :F 1 cl' 1 .LA Q ' I' Q 1 I' , J I I 3524583 THETA KAPPA NU ' an at 4: fit Nl. 16293 tl Lf' , fwfr. if ,gl 1'- T i ff E -, - 5 ' T 434. N' ' K+ Y: ' :, - -, ,..--. - -f f ' k "'- ,, J T A J. ' PST g l I - . P". 'T '- .r'YEf ' -3-n 4 Q 1 re ale , V -115 :E ' y -J ' 1 , E-'an " We ,ri s 7- L lfuxgi COLORS ARGENT, SABLE AND CRIMSON FLOWER WHITE Ross Founded by the Interfraternity Amalgamation, 1924 Arkansas Alpha Chapter Established at the University of Arkansas, 1926 lun n Theta. Kappa Nu was never founcledg it was amalgamated. If founding dates back to the first chapter of a fraternity, Theta Kappa Nu was 1 born in 1867 at Culver-Stockton College in Mis- souri. But in this consolidation decade Theta Kappa Nu represents the merger plan applied to th: fraternity world. . At a meeting in Springfield, Missouri, in 1924, eight old-established locals and a small na- tional fraternity of three chapters assumed the same obligations. Theta Kappa Nu then is unique in having no mother chapters. The fraternity has fifty-five chapters. AC- tivities and scholarship have been stressed in its work. ' Plans for the future of Arkansas Alpha are for intensive improvements in the form of restrict- ed pledging of new meng extensive improvements in favorable publicity as pertains to scholarship, morality and good will. JAMES EDSON President MEMBERS CURTIS BARTON EDWARD BIVINS FAY BLACKBURN WILLIAM A. BROWN JACK CAMPBELL E. J. CARL LUNDY CORBETT JAMES EDSON HAROLD C. ELLER JOHN C. FINLEY STUART GRAHAM G. W. GRIFFIN GERALD HORD P. D. I-IUEE MASTON JACKS CECIL JOHNSON MAYNARD JOHNSON EWING KINKEAD GRADY KNIGHT JAMES LEONARD DAVID P. MARTIN DUDLEY MAYS FLOYD C. MELTON A. R. PINKERTON D. C. ROY DALE SANDLIN GEORGE SANSBURY EARL SAUNDERS DELBERT A. SCHMAND WARD SHAW DALE SMITH ELTON C. SMITH RANDALL STALLINGS RADEORD STEELE JAMES H. STEWART PAT STOREY WILLIAM STYLER HARLEY TEETER I-IERMAN TEETER CLYDE C. TREECE JACK WAGONER BRUCE WILcox ROBERT B. WILLIAMS LLOYD WOODELL J OFFICERS JAMES EDSON . , Pyeyidem LLOYD WOODELL . . Secretary MASTON JACKS . , T,-eagufer PAT STOREY - . House Manager Top row: Barton, Brown, Eller, Finley, Hord. Second: Jacks, Johnson, Kinkencl, Knight, Martin. Third: Melton, Pinkerton, Ray, Sandlin, Sansbury. Fourth: Saunders, Schmand, D. Smith, E. Smith, Steele. Fifth: Stewart, St.rey, Styler, Teeter, Herman Teeter. Sixth: Trecce, Wagoner, Wilcox, Williams, Wooclll. Q. x , L It I, . ', L pf if f D ui 8 ,Q 5- 6 4 5 ' A lk n , Q rl A . 'U' . I ' ,Q 0 F 'ly ' F vi. I J ' .. 'I M, 'F v -q, . Q A ' ' If ,Ng - 1 F5 ,' q 3 'Y 3 11 r . .x.i H-I Q S . ' , y 0' 17 .ls A 9' J 1-F .J 5 4 -A if 6 'J I V gi 1 L My 4 ,m..,T?,.-, ., - 4 x. Y., , ,... ALPHA GAMMA RHU COLORS GRELIN AND GOLD FLOWER PINK Ross Founded at the University of Illinois, 1908. Alpha Iota Chapter Established at the University of Arkansas, 1934. si - 1 .. " 3 , I Q .W L it - Lv- . ' - T V' - Q ' ' -Q-16 iv 3 lil Tl J l I AA-C?' xii, EEUU I f -f, .A L - ga l 57- ,fe -5 ,.t A gi Y Y -I ' -if ,-.- fr ALE Alpha Gamma Rho was founded at the Uni- versity of Illinois, April 431 19.08, by eight students in the College of Agriculture. The purpose of the fraternity is to promote a wider acquaintance and a broader outlook on the part of agricultural men through fellowship in a national organization that stands for the best social, mental, and moral de- velopment. ' At present the fraternity numbers thirty-three active chapters, and .numerous alumni chapters scattered throughout the United States. Alpha Iota Chapter of the University of Ar- kansas was chartered April 29, 1934, there being twenty-five charter members. Previous to this time the chapter existed as a local A. G. R. club. TOM MCDANIEL OFFICERS TOM MCDANIEL . . President COLE WESTBROOK . . Vice-President CYRIL RICKETT . . Secretary DAN B. INGRUM . . Treasurer Top row: Aikman, Babcr, Bateman, Bates, Bell, Bell, Second: Bostic, Boyer, J. L. Brown, J. H. Brown, Cox, Den- nington. Third: Denton, Farrar, Forrest, E, Gilliland, 1. Gil- liland, Hnnkins. Fourth: Curtis Hanlcins, Hansen, Hardin, Haynes, Hazclbalcer, Holland. Fifth: Holley, Hughes, Lat- HERMAN AIKMAN ROBERT ALDRIDGE H. TRUMAN BABER Louis BALDENS DAVID BATEMAN KENNETH BATES CLARENCE BELL JIM BELL HAROLD BOSTIC PAUL BOYER JAMES L. BROWN JOHN HENRY BROWN WALTON CARDIN T. C. CARTER GEORGE Cox JOSEPH DENNINGTON WILLIAM DENTON SIDNEY FAIRCHILD OTIS FARRAR MARK FORREST ELWIN GILLILAND IVAN GILLILAND CECIL HANKINS CURTIS HANKINS CLAY HANSEN HERSCHEL HARDIN WOODROW HAYNES WILLIAM HAZELBAKER THOMAS M. HOLLAND President ture, Martin, Maxwell, Moore. Sixth: Nickels, Niven, Olive, Rickett, Robertson, Rose, Ross. Seventh: Saugey, Shay, Silvey, Slaton, Strceter, Torbitt, Westbrook, . Z I MEMBERS A ,A J .3 J . N , LEON HOLLEY X 1 DEWAIN HUDDLESTON RUSSELL HUGHES i ' DAVID INGRUM ,, l if , I PAUL LATTURE A -Sf ,YA JACK LONDON CLAUDE LYNCH HOWARD MAINARD Q J , FRED MARTIN lf, ' I 'fe JOE MAXWELL FORREST MOORE ' Y C. WOODROW NICKELS J U ,I W. A. NIVEN ' f I' 1- I ' .lf -'A' .jg RAY OLIVE A . X I 5 4- Nx- FRED RAINS yy Y WALKER REEVES K. H A . , CYRIL RICKETT y , - Al 1 V .. GEORGE ROBERTSON l I . ' - I, CARL ROSE V f KERMIT ROSS ' CHARLES SAUGEY f I 'I If ' , J. RALPH SHAY V THOMAS J. SILVEY JAMES W. SLAYTON . . If BILL SCHROEDER '. I, . ut ' ' 9 f .VI T L. STREETER CHESTER TORBITT Y B 1 Q. I 5 ' Q 0 Q I.. ' .. THURMAND WALTERS L' X COLE WESTBROOK I. ' , 225 a t . W! 3'9"-"3'3 Q- --ifpt r-T to ffitahffl 5Q9,v.'-aff .om , 1 , 4,H,j,1f.., f-Q. . -Q' f N , My-1-1:5 115 fps. My 1421921 Q- KN? LJ33ra,ff if A- T Y fha ' J . "1 if Q- 4, - -,.1 R --- , W E- , 9415? . "'933,jfA5y xxx 1 lg .965 ry! 3, - I x . R ' il 1 2 f P N, 'l I " E V 2 . K i 1 MY', -.,3U 'Q ihie'.,f f ' tra' - xi- -LL- ii '-'Y' "1 'fff.f'.i1 1 ,, , .f it-V fififisx' ' i Q I..gf'-l:-- ii- - - TH- Vri- ,ff . . 1 K A P N U .5 T - N -.1 wJP 0 ppt 4, fa.-WIUMM A E n gs X I I I R ll Jhh Q -ff: ' """ N--liigffllfji - P A a as COLORS ' PURPLE AND WPIITE Kappa,Nu fraternity was founded at the Uni- . versity of Rochester, November 11, 1911, by six men, who had as their ideals Cooperation, Unity, FLOWER Brotherhood, and Altruism. PINK CARNATION ' ' The organization, due to a policy of internal Founded at the University of Richester, 1911. Strengthening, eXP3nCled 5l0WlYv Uhfil at the Pres' ent time it has twenty chapters, situated through- out the United States. In 1931 Upsilon Chapter Upsilon Chapter established at the , was established on this campus. Thus Kappa Nu University of Arkansas, 1931. brought to Arkansas the first Jewish national fra- ternity. The chapter previously existed as the Phi Epsilon local fraternity, which was organized in 1930. The government of the fraternity is vested in an executive committee and, a judicial committee, consisting of graduate members, delegates from each chapter, and the national officers. The na- tional headquarters are maintained in Rochester, New York. Alumni chapters are also situated throughout the country. A national convention is held annually, I0 which all chapters send delegates. Publications Of the fraternity are: The Kappa Nu, a biennial magazine, the Reporter, the confidential bulletin of the national fraternity, published monthly, the monthly chapter bulletins, the Kappa Nu Song 5 . - . .i ,Ha fl'-Vi--l Book, and the Directory. 226 4 ISAIH LEW President MEMBERS MILTON AMENT MORTIMER BARR SIDNEY BATTERMAN SAMUEL BECKER ARTHUR BLUM LEONARD BUSMAN ALBERT CHICK AARON DENENBERG VICTOR DIDINSKY SAUL FEDER ANDREW FEINMAN MORTON FLEISCHMANN LOUIS FREIDMAN IRVING FREY SEYMOUR GOLDSCHEIN JACK KOLCHINSKY LEO KOTCHEK MOE KRSGSTEIN MAX LEVINE IsAIH LEW WILLIAM MAISEL ARTHUR MARCUS MORTIMER MARK SIDNEY S. MILLER SIDNEY M. NOVEMBER ABE OKUN NATHANIEL PRICE MANNIE RIESENBERG .IULIAN H. SCHWALBE IRVING SCHWARTZEERG ARTHUR SHIFFMAN ROBERT SILLINS AL SIvINs LEON SMALL DAVID TOPPERMAN BENJAMIN WOLFGANG BERNARD ZELNICK , . i E227 i 3 'i ls ISAIH LEW . MOsEs KREGSTEIN NATHANIEL PRICE JULIAN SCHWALBI2 ROBERT SII.I.INs . OFFICERS . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . Historian Top row: Barr, Balterman, Becker, Chick, Denenberg. Seccncl: Didinsky, Feder, Feinmnn, Frey, Goldschcin. Third: Knypcr, Kclchinsky, Kotchek, Kregstein, Levine, Fourth: Maisel Marcus. Mark, Miller, Novcmbar. Fifth: Okun, Price, Ricsenberg, Schwalbc, Schwartzberg, Shiffmnn, Sixth: Sillins, Sivin, Small, Topperman, Wolfgang, Zelnick, I ,... . - .T. 0 if -6,. . . .Cl2- leap. TAU EPSILON PHI COLORS LAVENDER AND WHITE FLOWER WHITE ROSE Founded at Columbia University, 1910. Tau Kappa Chapter established at the University of Arkansas, 1932. ' 228 ?i?i W fe an FMA! Flex C L QF llllllllllll LQ. -'ii-lf F l ll" QQ' uuruiui l 'S I . 1 - -, ,,,,,. . ,.,,.. f ,--,W , .lc-,,-.-. . 5 f-1 - iiiqflxffie' :Z frwufaee fJ?T'f'f'.i"4"'VD?r71 f "5-i fi 4 - , ' f'-.Yglf ' W" - -. ' '-7.4 I 'Lil I 151 'AJ , , Q' "m1v'-- f, , ' ""' ' 'fi , 'PZ .. 1' 4' ,E ..r. "1-,ff LVPQ . 1 ii , . -K ll .33 F "J, 55:-4-" -I, f, AM. -ffl-'i:, wif' -1 1 53' r 7 ?- y i i .Lv ' . 4 YE" T 4 f l 'el p Neff? L 5, ,te ,- ,, at Aw- ' , A. . up 1, H- v : -4 'f Ae ra ' 1-'-"V L . -- , F 'f T 1 'ff ,g7,,- E Lg ,Lg in -ia al5I,,!3.?E ,.,- Q - Y - -1--fi - .1 -9 - 2 : -- - --1 1 :E-7?r"i's " . if --e. ' A " fllii Fw Q16 QQ 1. 'l F " - ' . A 'E If' ,lllfsf ggi up :fl 5 QN 55" ' I "1 3-'.'S, ' 1, , -1 3 ' K - z if :. J A Eiv fi Efi i iih f 2- : Tau Epsilon Phi was founded at Columbia University on October 19, 1910, by Israel Schwartz, Leo I-I. Fried, Julius Sloflcin, Harry Goldsmith, julius Klauber, Robert Blume, Julius M. Breitenbach, Ephraim Freedman, and Charles M. Driesen. It was originally 'founded as a pro- fessional fraternity, but the addition of the chap- ter at Cornell changed the organization to that of a national collegiate fraternity. Tau Kappa chapter of the University of Af- lcansas was chartered April' 29, 1932. The found- ers are Harold Schwartz, Mac L. Levine,,M02 Ushlcow, Norman Rislcin, Abe Alper, Abram O. Kaplan, Marvin Grossman, Reuben Yontef, and four alumni, Morris Rosenberg, Benjamin Miller, Leo Schwartz, and Nlarurice Gershman. At present the fraternity numbers thirty-three chapters and has numerous active alumni chapters scattered throughout the country. The official publications are the Plume, pub- lished quarterly, and the Bulletin, also a quarter- ly, but which is distributed only to the members. JEFF STEINI-IART President MEMBERS DANE DORFMAN JACK FEINTUCK ARTHUR FREEDMAN WALTER FRIEDLAND I. GOLD LEONARD HEMPLING SOL OKUN MORRIS OSTERMAN BENJAMIN PASTNACK FREDRICK PHILLIPS DANIEL POLL I LEO PRICE JOEL SALZBERG JULIUS SECKLER SIDNEY SCI-IIFF DANIEL SCI-IUMER ELI SELIKOFF AARON STEIGER JEFF STEINI-IART OFFICERS JEFFERSON DAVIS STEINHART . . Preyidenf DAVID DORFMAN . EDDIE X. GOLD . Top row: Dorfman, ling, Okun, Poll. Third Schumer, Selilcoff. G I . Vice-President . Treasurer Feintuclc, Gold. Second: Hemp- Price, Salzb:rg, S hiff, Fourth: l PAN-HELLENIC OFFICERS I-IARRIOTTE SMITH . President ISABEL STORMS . Vice-President BILLIE RUTH JAMES - . Treasurer The Women's Panhellenic Association of the University of Arkansas iscomposed of two repre- sentatives from each sorority on the campus. At present there are six organizations belonging to the Association. The purpose of the Association is to .regulate rushing and other interfraternity matters, to promote cooperation and good feeling between the chapters and to work together for the good of the University and its women students. i Once each year the Association holds an open meeting for all sorority girls. On these occas- ions some nationally outstanding woman makes an address. Each year Panhellenic sponsors a Vice Versa Dance. Miss Martha Reid, Dean of Women,at the University, is the faculty adviser for the Asso- ciation, and to her should be given much credit for the success of its administration. Meetings of the Panhellenic are held once a month in the office of the Dean of Women. 1-' 1 Top row: Lallahan, Gilmore, Hardy, Jacoway, Marley. Second: McDaniel, Porter, Stacy, Storms, Sims. 230 COUNCILS HARRIOTTE SMITH BILLIE RUTI-I JAMES MEMBERS CHI OMEGA A DELTA DELTA DELTA EUGENIA CALLAHAN BILLIE Ru'rI-I JAMES JAMESINA MCDANIEL GRACE MARLEY ZETA TAU ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA ANN SIMS EUGENIA STACY HARRIOTTE SMITH WILLA GRACE HARDY PI BETA PHI DELTA GAMMA ISABEI. STORMS MARY KATE GILMQRE MARGARET JACOWAY EDWINA PORTER 231 CHI ,HA is 'aaa Q h- - 4 . ' 1 A T, .2 1 W - - ff : 71' I M- f . 5 'If' aff 955 I f O. If C. .. ,Z QQ J .BJ 3514 vii 1- L ' is " E f fm 'I' ig? Eg! 'I I H c g s 'fu if , 2 f fi I . -' T az. il 3235, "If .,l",'-1' I h !a: W A , it i , I ying' u I I - ' iff 7 iv: if if Z-, ff- Q15-if 1, COLORS CARDINAL AND STRAW FLOWER WHITE CAnNAT1oN Founded at the University of Arlcansas, 18 . . "" F5 7 1 Psi Chapter ,E b ' I Ii! i 1I,- I I 4 I lglfyg 1 IN, pr 1.2.5-P Chi Omega was organized at the University of Arkansas April 5, 1895, by Ina Mae Boles, Jo- belle Holcombe, Alice Carey Simmonds, and Jeanne Marie Vincenhaller. They were assisted in planning their organization by Dr. Charles Richardson, Kappa Sigma, who, in consideration of this service, was made sole honorary member. There are at present seventy-seven active chap- ters and two inactive. The total membership is now about l6,000. The open declaration of Chi Omega is "Hel- Ienic Culture and Christian Ideals? Included in the program of the fraternity is the Service Fund, the income of which is used to publish special re- search studies in educational, social, scientific, or civic lines. JAMESINA MCDANIEL OFFICERS JAIVIESINA MCDANIEL . , President EUGENIA CALLAHAN , . Vice-President ELSIJANE TRINIBLE . . Secretary VIRGINIA CREEKNIORE . , Trp,,Vq,,yer Top row: Allen, Allis, Bateman, Batson, K. Bell, M. K. Bell, Berry. Second: M. C. Berry, Brooks, Burton, Callahan, Cherry, Creekmrre, Crocs. Third: Cunningham, Dear- ing, Dowden, Eddins. Edmistcn, Fearing, Finch. Fourth: Gibson, Goldbeclc, Greenhaw, Henderson, Henilc n, Herren, Hunt. Fifth: Hutchinson, Jones, Joplin, Leathers, Lcmley, M. Lemley, Lillard. Sixth: McClendon, McClure, McCrary, McClendon, McLeod, McMi hael, Magruder. Seventh: Mahle, Makris, Mapes, Maxwell, Meiser, Moore, Morgan. Eighth: Preffdfnl Orton, Payne, Betsy Payne, Phillips, Pickens, Pritchard, Ran- dolph. Ninth: ilead, Reynolds, Russell, Stvrier, Smith, Thcrgpsgn.Y Tenth: P. Thompson, Trimble, Wade, West, Woo ar , oung. MEMBERS . , J 1 X I Q1 R r , ' . A ' DOROTHY ALLEN MARY E. LEMLEY ' Jr Mk, I BETTY ALLIS LOUISE LILLARD RUTH BATEMAN MARY JO MCCLENDON Y' y V' VL CORINNE BATSON SUE YOUNG MCCLURE 'Qu M l , KATHERINE BELL MAYNIE MCCRARY 11, .. , V ' MARY KATHERINE BELL JAMESINA MCDANIEL , 'V JOELLA BERRY JEAN MCLENDON 'Q A ' ' MARY CORNELIA BERRY HELEN MCLEOD ff. ' VV ROSEMARY BROOKS CLIFTON MCMICHAEL " J ' LOUISE BURTON VIRG:NIA MAGRUDER ' " 6 , ' A E J' I' ' UGENIA CALLAHAN EDNA LYNN MAHLE 1, V ' A RUTH CHERRY KULA MAKRIS K' S ' ' V ,' VIRGINIA COOPER DOTTIE ANNE MAPES 'S I I I VIRGINIA CREEKMORE BETH MAXWELL S IV' V ., ,A of- - "V" MILDRED CROSS MARY MEISER ' .' A, V BETTY SUE CUNNINGHAM SARAH LEE MOORE K 11.144 4- " V MARJORIE DEARING HELEN MORGAN V ' " ' MARY DOWDEN MARY JETT ORTON Z' -' " ' ANNE EDDINS BARBARA PAYNE I V ' A MARY EDMISTON HARRIET PHILLIPS 'I' I :WV IL LI , '4 - I MARIE FEARING ANN PICKENS V " ., , . KATHRYN FINCH ANN PRITCHARD v ,- , Y 1 EDNA GIBSON BETTY RANDOLPH f ' .II f. fr B A A L. I JANE GOLDBECK ALICIA READ . ' . I I BETTY GOWDY FRANCES REYNOLDS f- I A I VIRGINIA GREENHAW FAY RUSSELL " ,I ' L . ETHEL LOUISE HENDERSON DOROTHY JEANNE SEVIER J 'Q 1 NELL HENIKEN MARJORIE E. SMITH N f, , f ELLA MAE HERREN MARY JANE THOMPSON , ' QI V' V. ELIZABETH HUNT PATRICIA THOMPSON ' ' " IRENE HUTCHINSON ELSIJANE TRIMBLE Q, ' V, I If "" ' If L. BOBBY JONES HOPE WADE - 1 V V. - V, DOROTHY JOPLIN FRANKE WEST ,IV , if BETTY LEATHERS LUC'LLE WOODARD ' . JJV JULIA LEMLEY JOSEPHINFI 'YOUNG ,-'K ' V I .Q-...E I I I I I l li I. 5 I l l i I I l I I I I. ,I I E V. 1 5 .VV I I P I I l I if Ii I 5. 5 i, 5 I I 5 If ,. 'E .l .if fl F 'T I L li Il ,I II 5 Ili X I 5 if I I 3, I Il' 'E 1? Ig- 5 1 ? I I, E I. A L iff gl r 0 ' K 1 1 9:4611 . E ' 1 4 l :ZAU 9 ' . 00: 3 atm . W EE A T A u A L f e.t-e 'ln-.-1 A i --A L A -1- - 3 1.1: P I I 3 :T E ' Z 32- 2 I W my 1 - K - A z ET P H A W ' gy F COLORS TURQUOISE AND STEEL GREY FLOWER WHITE V1oLET Founded at Virginia State Normal, 1898. Epsilon Chapter Established at the University of Arkansas, 1903. Zeta Tau Alpha was founded as the Virginia State Alpha, Virginia State Normal School at Farmville, Virginia, October 15, 1898, and was ' . chartered as a legal corporation by the legislature of Virginia March 18, 1902. Since the former date the fraternity has expanded until it now has sixy-seven chapters in the United States and Canada. ' ' Government of the fraternity is vested in 2 grand chapter composed of five officers. T119 legislative government is vested in a convention. The fraternity's central office is located at Beau- mont, Texas. Chapters of Zeta Tau Alpha are grouped in twelve provinces, with a province pres- ident appointed over each. There is a scholarship loan fund, not necessarily limited to members of the fraternity. ' Epsilon chapter was established at the Uni- versity of Arkansas on December 18, 1903, and was the second national women's fraternity on the campus. The local which petitioned Zeta Tau Alpha was named Delta Phi. Epsilon was the fourth established chapter of the fraternity. HARRIOTTE SMITH Prexident MEMBERS MARGUERITTE ARMSTRONG HELEN ARMSTRONG CORA HELEN CROUCH THELMA LOUISE DACUS ARMINDA DOTY MARY FRANCES ENGLISH EDITH GOEF MARGUERITTE GRIFFIN PHOEBE TODD HARRIS NELL HUTCHINSON BILLIE LOUISE LANDERS MARY MAE MARCH HELEN MASTERS MARGARET MCALLISTER MARY LOUISE OLIVER RUTH PITTMAN ANN SIMS HARRIOTTE SMITH LOUISE VICKERS MILDRED WEIR NORVALLE WHITE '7 OFFICERS HARRIOTTE SMITH . , Prefidem ANN SIMS . . Vice-President LOUISE DACUS . . Secretary MARY LOUISE OLIVER . , Trmniref Top row: Armstrong, H. Armstrong, Crouch. Second: Dacus, Doty, English. Third: Griffin, Landers, Masters, Fourth: McAllister, Oliver, Pittman. Fifth: Sims, Weir, White. Anvil I PI BETA PHI COLORS WINE AND SILVER BLUE FLOWER RED CARNATION Founded at Monmouth College, 1867. Arkansas Alpha Chapter Established at the University of Arkansas, 1909. Pi Beta' Phi was founded in 1867 at Mon- mouth College, Illinois, and was the first organi- zation of college women founded with the aims and policies of a national fraternity. It. was orig- inally called L. C. Sororis, but in 1888 the name was changed to Pi Beta Phi Fraternity, and as such it is incorporated under the laws of Illinois. The fraternity now has seventy-eight active chapters located in the leading colleges and uni- versities of the United States and Canada. Pi Beta Phi has 144 chartered alumnae clubs. The total membership of the fraternity is approxima- tely 19,000. , The fraternity, by voluntary contributions of members and alumnae, maintains a settlement school at Gatlinburg, Tennessee. It was establish- ed in 1912 as a memorial to the 12 founders of Pi Beta Phi. Situated on over one hundred acres of its own land in eight well-equipped buildings, the school offers worlc covering eleven grades. It has an enrollment of nearly 150 and a teaching staff of nine. Arkansas Alpha chapter was founded in 1909. A new 540,000 home was completed in February, 1931. The publication is the Arrow. .L BETTY BARNES MARY Wooo BEAUCHAMR MARGARET JACOWAY OFFICERS MARGARET JACOWAY . , President BETTIE BARNES . . Vice-President SALLIE DUDLEY . . Secretary VIRGINIA ROBINSON . . Treasurer Top row: Barnes, Beauchamp, Briggs, Burleson, Burnett, Casrlcbcrry, Cheeves. Second: Danforth, Davis, Douglas, Du- bard, S. Dudley, E. Dudley, Earle. Third: Eustice, FergI.I- son, Gile, Gooch, Goodwin, Greer, Henry, Fourth: B, Henry, Hinkle, Hopper, Hutchinson, Irby, Irwin, johnson. Fifth: jones, L. Kendrick, M. Kendrick, Mahoney, Mark, Mayfield, McCurry. Sixth: McDaniel, McWilliams, Malloy, Norman, Cakes, Pickens, Poston. Seventh: Reeves, Reid, Rhea, Ridley, Roark, B. Roark. Eighth: Robinson, Rouw, Rowell, Rushcr, MARIA BOURLANI? MARGARET BRIGGS MARY CLARE BURLESON VICTRY ANITA BURNETT MARY HINKLE CASTLEIIERRY CAROLYN CHEEVES MILDRED DANEoRTH DELLE DAVIS MARTHA ANN DoUGLAs ANNE DUBARD SALLIE DUDLEY ELIZABETH DUDLEY MARTHA EARLE WILLETT EUSTICE NANCY FERGUsoN HELEN JANE GILE GLORIA GOOCH ANNA MAE GOODWIN MARGARET GREER ALICE HENRY BETTY Lou HENRY VIRGINIA HINKLE BEVERLY HOPPER MARGARET HUTCHHSON JOYCE IRBY BETTY IRWIN MARY SUE JOHNSON ALICE FERGUSON JONES LOUETTA KENDRICK MARTHA KENDRICK PARRY JOE MAHoNEY RITA M. MARK President Ryle, Smith. Ninth: Steel, Storms, Stone, Thomas, Whyte, Willey. Tenth: Wood, Wright, Wyrick, Yancey, Young, Yoes. MEMBERS I , i A " s - ' V, .IULIET MAYPIELD H I 44 i A 1 BETTY MCCURRY G. , I I " LAURA LOUISE MCDANIEL ' ' ' RUTH MCWILLIAMS , ., ,. , 5 0 ' 'X 5 , 1 , s MARY CATHERINE MALLOY A 1 A YVONNE NORMAN A MARY LOUISE OAKES J ' I , -I PM I MAURELLE PICRENS . ho- I :7-A ELIZABETH ANN POSTON fm ,I MARGARET REEVE5 y W - I MARGARET REID i ANN RHEA f' 4, A .r JANE GREY RIuLEY 'R A 5 . BLOSSOM ROARK 1 Q , t ' 4 ' RUBELLE ROARK ' ,. 6. ' W ' ' 5 ,. I Yi. VIRGINIA ROBINSON , I MARY FRANCES Rouw A ui l , ' ,, .q,. MARY ALICE ROWELL I BERNICE RUSHER 1 F C Q MARY LYNNE RYLE ' 'X I , L BEVERLY SHARP r . - 1 I K l MARILOU SMITH . its 1 1 ,, , KATHERINE STEELE , I' - ISABEL SToRMs F , 'V BEULAH STONE V , I ' 5 . ELIZABETH C. THOMAS , U I Y- i MILDRED WHYTE ELIZABETH ANN WILLEY , NADIA Woes - RUTH WRIGHT A - i lg A CAROLYN WYRICK I MARY KATHERINE YANCEY L ' Z BETTY ANNE YoUNG ' A s h' ' - " A- -'L Q ELIZABETH YOES 237 f SME 7 lf -1 . A S lllll :gum M a at D E L T A D E L T A D E L T A ii , COLORS SILVER, GOLD AND BLUE MEMBERS PANSY Founded at Boston University, 1888. Delta Ita Chapter Established at the University of Arkansas, 1913. 'T -L1 ' J ,ll I i--sigif gf N' g, 1 - er, ,I ri ' ' ifeslvf ' . fa ,- ' L-a , inf: J if A Klux 1 RT 'Ti er' if lm 'Ill a-az llljnl Delta 'Delta Delta was founded at Boston University, Thanksgiving Eve, 1888. The found- ers, Eleanor Dorcas Pond and Ida Shaw Martin, on that day, associated withthem twenty under- graduates and organized as a national sorority. The spirit of Delta Delta Delta has so been shared that there are now seventy-six college chap- ters and eighty alumnae'chapters in the United States and Canada. Delta Delta Delta now num- bers in its membership more than 15,000 women. The local chapter, Delta Iota, was granted 21 charter November 15, 19113. The anniversary of the chapter is celebrated annually by the return Of Tri Deltas from all parts of the state to the chap- ter house for the Delta banquet. Delta Delta Delta sponsors three endowment funds, the National Endowment Fund, the Tri- dent Endowment Fund and the Visiting Endow- ment Fund. The sorority is now building up 3 Thanksgiving Endowment Fund which is to be used for altruistic purposes among college women to further higher education. The three publications of Delta Delta Delta are the Trireme, the Triglyph, and the Trident- , . va ' . 1135-If V ,Qfaa I . , 511. BILLIE RUTH JAMES President MEMBERS WILMA JANE ALFORD ANNABELLE BERRY LOUELLA BLACK PAULINE BRADFORD MARIAN BRINSON DARLING BULLARD MARY S. BUTLER NONA COOK JUANITA Cox LAURA M. LEWELLYN BERNICE LICHTY EILEEN MCCOY CHRISTINE MCKISSACK ' MARY K. MCRAY GRACE MARLEY VIRGINIA MARTIN KATHERINE MILLER MINNIE MAE MORGAN MARY KATHLEEN COYLE IONE OTTE MARY NANCE FAIR DOROTHY HARPHAM JANE HENDRICKS MODEST HENSLEY MARY SUE PARTAIN LINA JUNE PAUL PATRISIA PHILLIPS FLORENCE ROBINSON FRANCES HOLTZENDORF RUTH ROBINSON MARJORIE HUNT BILLIE RUTH JAMES EUGENIA JOHNSON JUNE TREES LOUISE WHITFIELD MARY N. WYNN GFFICERS BILLIE RUTH JAMES . . President IONE OTTE - . Vice-President BERNICE LICHTY . , Sefrepafy GRACE MARLEY . , Treamfey Top row: Alford, Black, Bradford, Brinson, Bullard. Second: Butler, Cook, Cox, Coyle, Fair. Third: Harpman, Hendricks, Holtzendcrf, Hunt, Johnson. Fourth: Lewellyn, Lichty, McCoy, McKissaclc, M.Ray. Fifth: Marley, Martin, Miller, Morgrm, Otto. Sixth: Partain, Paul, Phillips, Trees, Whitfield, Wynne. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA COLORS LIGHT AND DARK BLUE FLOWER FLEUR DE Lis Founded at Monmouth College, 1870. Gamma Nu Chapter Established at the University of Arkansas, 1925. i iv. ff W f 1 '7:'!f , I 1 L yi 3 E Q T ?-lliaiqv 1 W 1' NX Q ,imgil If 1 f 1'-11.51 S 'ii 74 1,2 3 'f'f?f5'l 73:25 'i E l V ig . 1 1 ff .---Tr. TT' f2.-.Cy L Wai? fi ' ll i n 3 Y- .1 '- ..--. 5 if-. 'C '74 , i nf-2 5 ' .T 2'-:fit w', x-ft"':f-- -1- f C54 its Kappa Kappa Gamma was founded at Mon- mouth College, Mammouth, Illinois, in March, 1870, but did not make its public appearance un- til October 13, 1870, the anniversary of which date is observed asgFounde'r's Day. There are now sixty-three active chapters, including three in Canada, nine inactive chapters, and ninety-nine alumnae asssociations. The 'total membership of the fraternity is over 17,000. The management of fraternity affairs is in the hands of the National Council. The frater- nity is grouped into ten geographical provinces, which hold biennial province conventions, alter- nating with the year of the National Convention. The central office is located at Columbus, Ohio. The fraternity sponsors various philanthropic funds, among which are the Rose McGill Fund and the Students' Aid Fund. The latter was founded in 1902 as a memorial to the founders, and now totals 852,001 It is available as scholar- ship loans to any woman student in the institu- tions where Kappa has a chapter. Publications of the fraternity include a quar- terly magazine, "The Key", the song book, and a catalogue of members. -...... EUGENIA STACY President MEMBERS CAROLYN BEEM WINNIFRED BITTINGER KAY DvoRAcI-IEK MAE ELLEN DVORACHEK MAURINE EDMISTON JOSEPHINE FITZGERALD BETTY LYNNE GOODWIN MARIAN HAMP WILLA GRACE HARDY NEVA HILL ALLENE HOLTON PATRICIA KELLY JESSIE MAE KITE MARY JIM LANE JESSIE MAE KITE BETTY MATTESON EDITH MCCRARY NANCY MCDONALD ERNESTINE MCLEMORE JANE MITCHELL LENA MILLS NEWTON ELIZABETH PEGG RUTH PENROSE MARY ELIZABETH SPENCER EUGENIA STACY EARLINE UPCHURCH OFFICERS EUGENIA STACY . . President RUTH PENROSE . . Secretary WINNIFRED BITTINGER . . . Treasurer NANCY MCDONALD . . House Manager BETTY MATTESON . . Corresponding Secretary Top row: Beem, Bittingcr, K. Dvorachelc, M. Dvora- chek. Second: Edminston, Goodwin, Hump, Hardy. Third: Hill, Holton, Lane, Kite. Fourth: Matteson, lVlcCrary, Mc- Donald, McLemore. Fifth: Mitchell, Newton, Pegg. Sixth: Penrose, Spencer, Upchurch. l l 1 'FX M g Jia Qflhpi, ,Qi I Yi 1 Hi E rl: .si 9 me ' f7' ., ' J x--- ""'TL.1-H 'fs' Q? 0' ,D ., -'SL-"' ' " as ,ig fi' -'Na' :-. , fi'p,,f5f F" D TTL, i t 'R .':.- gf- , 'pf sl 9 , Nj -s i . s., if ,iff -' . g- A.ffYf',!-S ge ' U X14 V, -1? I, . - ' -,.Q11.'Zl 'A,, H-in - fi - .- A Q:-Jim. ,H -.f', 5, .' f , - ,. -ns, J ii 72. ' 4' hi- - t5f?"f., -.,: ja , -' 1, -if " i . , -'Q A ga A if, T' D ".i '1 1'YW'Q If 3 M . igyw nw -- i I-j l I V' 4,16 .sl in 'r , -., . '.,f'7' M Hi: f 4 .1-Q-L-,f,v. JXEL t- -f-'pxjl A. it? Delta Gamma was founded at Lewis School, Gxford, Mississippi, on January 2, 1874. It waS the first national women's fraternityito have its beginning in the South. There are forty-six active chapters, twelve inactive, and its membership is about 12,000. Five editions of the catalogue have been pub- lished since 1888, five of the song books sinCC 1895 fa sixth now ready for publicationl, and two histories since 1901. The journal is the "Anchor," which has been published annually since 1884. I A 550,000 student loan fund is provided I0 assist worthwhile undergraduates. Delta Gamma's ,outstanding philanthropifi work is the Delta Gamma Clinic in Marchienne, Belgium, which was established during the Wal'- ,5928,000 was raised for the Belgian refugee Cliil' dren. Alpha Omega chapter was installed April 10, 1930, at the University of Arkansas. 'AMI' fu .. , I. I ,,.-L, I .- EDWINA PORTER President MEMBERS AMY GENE BARRON PRENTICE E. MCKOWN MAXINE BARRON Lois BARTLOW VIRGINIA BUNCH .IEWELL OTT MARY ELLA PARKINSON COY PEARCE ANNABETI-I MCCLURKIN ESTHER POOLE IMOGENE COGEN RENNA FRANKLIN RUTH GILBERT MARY GILMORE MAXINE GRAHAM JEAN HEIDEN BETTY I-IOOPER LUCILLE JAMES MARGARET JAMES EDWINA PORTER WINIFRED REITZ SARABEL ROBERTS KATHLYN ROBINSON FRANCES ROSSNER MILDRED SCHEID VIRGINIA SLY FRANCES WANTUCK ANNETTE TAYLOR OFFICERS EDWINA PORTER . , Pyeyideng RENNA CATHERINE FRANKLIN . Vice-President KATHRYN ROBINSON . . Secretary WINNIFRED REITZ . , Treasurer Top row: A. Barron, Nl. Barron, Bartlow, Bunch. Second: Cain, Coger, Franklin, Gilbert. Third: Gilmore, Heiden, Hooper, James. Fourth: M, james, M:Kown, Ott, Parkin- son. Fifth: Pearce, Poole, Reitz, Roberts. Sixth: Robinson, Rossner, Scheid, Sly, Wantuck. CQ his BUS. ML RAZOR HAWK IN E I . "-1111? ,. - - .,. ORGANIZATIONS HONORARY AND CLUBS 245 sgfgl ALP NV., I - ,,....,..,. . . SCOTT W. WALKER J. F. NORMAN . WILLIAM L. NELSON ROLAND BYRD . GERALD CHASTAIN OFFICERS MEMBERS IN FACULTY HA cHI SIGMA . President Vice-President . Secretary . . . Treasurer Corresponding Secretary DR. HARRISON HALE DR. H. PATTON DR. E. WERTHEIM A. S. HUMPHREYS DR. L. E. PORTER TRUMAN STEELE MEMBERS ' CECIL BRANNEN PAUL BUSTION D. P. BURTON ROLAND BYRD GERALD CHASTAIN KENNEDY DEAVER JAMES DEWITT T. S. DEWOODY RICHARD GOODING EVERETT HARRIS J. HOLLOMAN LYNN D. HOWELL FRED LEWIS NORMAN LEWIS JOHN MCCANNE LLOYD MCCAULEY ALLEN C. MARK PHILLIP MARK CLAIR MARRIS GEORGE MURPHY WILLIAM L. NELSON J. F. NORMAN JOHN OSWALT HENRY PATTON ROBERT ROWDEN LEONARD RUSSUM WESLEY RYNDERS HUGH TREECE SCOTT W. WALKER ROBERT WATSON RICHARD WAUGH JULIUS WOODRUFF Alpha Chi Sigma, professional fraternity in chemistry, was founded at the University of WIS consin in 1902. Its members are drawn from students who plan to make some phase of chemistry their life's work. From the date of its founding until 1922, the fraternity was composed of its col legiate and alumni chapters, but during the year 1932 there began a division of the organization into two general branches, one of them consisting of the collegiate and the other of the profes sional chapters. 246 aaauatfvsf-neammu 'IA ,, " , . . . . . . .. .. I...E......,. - ALPHA ZE , . ...M-...A ..,,,,....,.,... b A 1'-"4r...E I:,....ff.g- , . OFFICERS KEITH BILBREY . . . . GEORGE W. SORRELLS . J. THOMAS MGDANIEL . ELMER B. HONEA . LAWRENCE A. LEWIS . MEMBERS KENNETH S. BATES CLAY HANSEN LAWRENCE LEWIS KEITH BILBREY THOMAS N. HOLLAND THOMAS MCDANIEL PAUL BOYER LEON A. HOLLEY HOWARD F. MCKNIGHT JOHN N. CRAVENS ELMER B. HONEA LEWIS ROBERTSON FACULTY MEMBERS D. G. CARTER O. HALL H. EOFF V. H. YOUNG W. T. WILSON V. L. GREGG W. M. BLEEKER C. DUNEGAN C. K. MCCLELLAND J. R. COOPER W. R. HORLACHER MARTIN NELSON V. M. WATTS DAN T. GRAY L. M. HUMPHRIES . C lmncellor . C ensor . Treasurer . C lrronicler . Scribe GEORGE W. SORRELLS JOE S. MAXWELL EARL H. WILDY W. D. WYLIE R. W. ROBERTS R. P. BARTHOLOMEW W. R. HORSFALL D. W. BLACKBURN It is the Object of the fraternity of Alpha Zeta to promote the profession of agricultureg to es- tablish, foster and develop high standards of scholarship, character, leadership, and a spirit of fel- lowship among all its members. Each year the Arkansas Chapter presents a scholarship award to the freshman from the pre- vious year who made the highest grade point. The chapter also presents a plaque to the vocational agriculture school which makes the highest score in the judging contests held during the high School ITICCC. Other activities of Alpha Zeta are: sponsoring a smoker for all men in the Agriculture Col- lege and aiding the vocational agriculture department in carrying on the judging contests. The Chapter also has a loan fund for worthy, needy Students of the Agricultural College. The Arkansas Chapter was organized in 1917 and has at present 152 tion to the 16 active members. alumni members in addi. .Q 4 6l J Top row: Bates, Bilbrey, Boysr, Cravens, Hansen, Holland, Holley, Honea. Second: Lewis, McDaniel, McKnight Rob.rtson, Sorrells, Maxwell, Wildy, Wylie. 247 TA B L A C K F R I A RS OFFICERS' MILDRED DANFORTH BURKETT WAMSLEY BETTIE BARNES BETTIE BARNES KATHERINE BELL MAURXCE BERRY SYNDEY BLAKELY GRAHAM BLACK JoHN BRANCH GENE BROWNING CORA HELEN CROUCH DELLE DAVIS MILDRED DANFORTH ARMINDA DoTY MEMBERS DAVID ELLISON JOHN KNIPE MARY NANCE FAIR ELI LEFLAR MARIE FEARING EDWIN GIDEON MARY KATHERINE MALLoY DOTTIE ANN MAPES Bos HAMP JULIET MAYEIELD VIRGINIA I-IINKLE . MAMIE MCCRARY JoYcE IRBY LLOYD MELTON BILLIE RUTH JAMES BARBARA PAYNE MARGARET JACOWAY MAURELLE PICKENS WILLIAM MCKNIGHT ELIZABETH ANN POSTON COLEMAN NOLEN RUBELLE ROARK President . Vice-President S ecretary-Treasurer FRANK ROBERTS MARY LYNN RYLE W. T. SEAWELL JIMMY SEAY MARY JANE THOMPSON ELSIE JANE TRIMBLE MILTON TWEDELL- . CAMILLE WAIJDRON BURKETT WAMSLEY ELIZABETH ANN WILLY MARY KATHERINE YANCEY Blackfriars, national honorary dramatic fraternity, was organized at the University of Ar- kansas in 1913 by Roger Williams, who was at that time a member of the public speaking depart- ment of the University. For a number of years it maintained a policy of a small exclusive member- ship, but later developed into an organization supplementing the work of the University Theatre. This year, as in the past, the aims of the fraternity have been greatly accomplished in the presentation of a superior type of play production. Under the leadership of Mildred Danforth, president, the fraternity has produced several plays. 1F'Vv in Q5- it Top row: Browning, Branch, Blakely, Black, Berry, Bell, Barnes, Crouch, Danforth, Davis, Doty, Fair, Fearing. Second: Gideon, Hump, M. Hamp, Hinkle, Irby, Jacoway, James, Knipe, Leflar, Malloy, McCrary, Mapes, Mayfield, Nolen, Payne, Pickens, Poston, Roark, Ryle, Seawell, Seay, Thompson, Trimble, Waldron, Wamsley, Willey, Yancey. 248 B L u E K E Y Lili . OFFICERS JOE VOL BUTT . , President LELAND LEATHERMAN , Vicbpyeyident CLEM MCCLELLAND Sefre-gary GEORGE MAKRIS Y'reamrer FACULTY MEMBERS W. S. GREGSON S. WATERMAN J. C. JORDAN GEORGE COLE GLEN ROSE Blue Key, honor fraternity, was founded at the University of Florida in October, 1924, by Major Bert Riley. A national organization was established in February, 1925. Blue Key recognizes outstanding qualities in character, scholarship, student activities, leadership, and service. Mem. bership is composed of graduate and undergraduate students of all departments of American col- leges and universities. Honorary membership is extended to a limited number of faculty mem- bers and alumni. The fraternity is committed to cooperate with the facultyg to study student problems, stimulate progress and promote the interests of the institutions where it has chapters. The badge is an oblong key of gold, on the surface of which appears a spreadeagleg in the mouth of the eagle is a wreath of laurel, at the feet, on the lower point of the cross, is a star. Out- side of the oval in which these symbols appear, the corners of the key are brilliant azure blue. Benton Bissall Butt, Davies, Holt, Hutchison, Jernigan, Leatherman, Malcris, Mark. Second: McClelI1nd Top row: , - v l V . McKinley, Norman, Ponder, Robbins, Sulhns, Rawlings, Sims, Vaughters, Woods, 249 3? 1- . ---tai:-if iv wi" ,i -. 5 - 1--'ag 2325: W ' hifi: f ri-'W' 0 vv E?.TFI'.1'Iffl Lf. WILLIAM D. PENROSE NEWMAN WALKER KATHERINE MILLER MARION DIxoN ELIZABETH HUNT RUTH HUTCHESON GRACE MORLEY KATHERINE MILLER MARY LOUISE CAIN PA DELTA ,Pl OFFICERS ' MEMBERS ONA LEE STINSON LENORE B. SWEARINGEN WILLIAM D. PENRosE NEWMAN WALKER MARGARET JACOWAY SARAH LEE MOORE . President Vice-President Secretary ERNESTINE McLEIvIoRE JEWEL OTT ' MARY KATE GILMORE , WANDA HOLLINGSWORTH GEORGE GARNER 1 EDWINA GREEN Kappa Delta Pi, an honorary society in education, was founded on March 18, 1911, and be- came incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois as an honorary educational fraternity June 8, 1911. Alpha Beta chapter was established at the University of Arkansas in February, 1924. There are nowqeighty-seven chapters of Kappa Delta Pi dispersed throughout thirty-five states with a membership numbering more than 17,000. Qualifications for membership consist of junior or senior standing, a grade point in the upper quarter, twelve semester hours of education, continued interest in the field of education and desir- able social qualities. Members of the faculty of the College of Education are eligible for member- ship. Top row: Dixon, Hunt, Hutchinson, Marley, Miller. Se-oncl: Sanders, Stinson, Swearingen, Penrose, Walker. 250 LAMBDA TAU OFFICERS MARY KATE GILMORE . Pye,-idenf ALICE JONES . Vice-President BARBARA PAYNE , Secretary HELEN JOHNSON . Treasurer MEMBERS ABBIE R. BAIRO MILDRED CRoss IDA MAY BARNI-IART MARY KATE GILMORE RUTH BATEMAN DOROTHY GUILLIAMS PAULA BRAUN ALICE JON ES MARION BRINSON HELEN -IOI-INsoN BARBARA PAYNE MARY PORTER MARY LOUIsE CAIN EUGENIA STACY ONA LEE STINSON The National Society of Lambda Tau was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, by a group of English scholars. Beta Chapter was established on the campus of the University of Ar- kansas in 1913. Membership in the organization is limited to those women students in the University who have displayed literary ability. The aim of this society is to create a greater interest in literary activity and to encourage originality by associating together girls who are really interested in the work. Each month the members of the society meet. They discuss and study interesting topics in the current literary field. .AW 405- W 5. B Q v Top row: Baird, Barnhnrt, Bateman, Braun, Brinson, Cross, Gilmore, Guillfams. Second: jones, johnson Payne 7 7 Pcrter, Cain, Stacy, Stinson. 251 OCTAGON E' OFFICERS JAMESINA MCDANIEL . President ISABEL SToRMs . Vice-President MARY KATE GILMORE . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS' MARIAN DIXON MARGARET JACOWAY BETTY MATTEsoN MARY LOUISE 'SANDERS MARY KATE G1LMoRE GRACE MARLEY JAMESINA MCDANIEL ISABEL STORMS ' Cctagon, local honorary organization for outstanding senior women, was foundeduatn the Uni- versity of Arkansas in May, 1929, but did not make an official appearance on the campus' until the following school year, when the members met, elected officers, and drew up a constitution. The organization was begun under the leadership of Miss Martha Reid, Dean of Women, who has held up before the eyes of the group the prospect of Mortar Board, a national organization for outstanding women. ' The name, Octagon, was chosen by the local group from the fact that there were eight mem- bers originally selected and the group has determined to adhere to the ,practice of pledging only one from each of the seven sororities and Carnall Hall. The purpose of the organization is to cle- velop and encourage in young women the qualities of service, leadership, and scholarship. 1 gg: ,M , A Top row: Dixon, Gilmore, Jacoway, Marley. Second: Matteson, McDaniel, Sanders, Storms. 252 PHI BETA KA PPA Honorary Scholastic Fraternity in the Field of Letters Founded at the College of William and Mary, 1776 Established at the University of Arkansas, 1932 WILLIAM C. ASKEW ZILPHA CURTIS BATTEY ROBERT ATCHISON CALDWELL THORNGY CEDRIC CARLSON VIRGIL DALE COvER SAMUEL CLAUDIUS DELLINGER CHARLES CLIFTON FICHTNER CHARLES W. FORNOFF JOHN CLINTON FUTRALL HARRISON HALE LLOYD BLINN HAM LELA ELIZABETH ALLRED MARY TEMPLE ANDERSON JULIA BURNELLE BOYCE MARY GRACE BLAIR NATHAN GRABELSKY ELIZABETH GREEN ROSE PAULINE COOPER LODENE FULLER IDELE MAY GARCIA JULIAN HAWES HELEN HOFFMAN HENRI PRICE CLEVELAND CAROLYN ELIZABETH DAvIES RUTH FLEMING RALPH D. ARBAMSON THELMA F. FLETCHER ANNETTE B. HARLEY MARIAN DIXON HUGH F. GINGERICH JACK M. HOBSON FACULTY MEMBERS ARTHUR MCCRACKEN HARDING GEORGE EVERETT HASTINGS DAISY YOUNG HOLCOMB VIRGIL LAURENS JONES JOHN CLARK JORDAN FREDRICK LAIRD KERR INA HELEN KNERR ROBERT A. LEFLAR ANTONIO MARINONI JIM P. MATTHEWS JOHN PRESTON MOORE MEMBERS IN COURSE CLASS OF 1932 J. WIRT BURNETT MARY JANE TRIBBLE HALE VIRGINIA HOUSTON CHRISTINE NELSON KELLEY CLASS OF 1933 NINA HAYS LUCILLE ALExANDRA LONG MEYER ORLINSKY CLASS OF 1934 MORRIS ISSEKS ISABEL SWAIN JONES EVELYN LAMBERT TILLMAN MORGAN CLASS OF 1935 KATHERINE FINNEY VERA ERNESTINE GARRETT GOULD PATRICK GROVES CLASS OF 1936 GEORGE THOMAS JOHNSON WILLIAM D. PENROSE VIRGINIA SAVAGE CLASS OF 1937 ARTHUR MARCUS LEE ROY MARTIN 253 REUBEN J. RATH HENRY HARRISON STRAUSS PAUL PORTER SUTTON DELBERT SWARTZ DAVID YANCEY THOMAS GEORGE VAUGHAN FRANK VISONHALER JULIAN SEESEL WATERMAN EDGAR WERTHEIM ISABELLA CHILTON WILSON VIVE HALL YOUNG JAMES FARRAR LEWIS IRENE INGALLS PEARSON ALBERT REUEL SPARKS HAZEL PRESSON OLIVE LEE MATHIS WARRAM FRED W. WHITESIDE, JR. EDNA LUCILE NELSON VIRGINIA PRYOR ROYCE S. WEISENBERGER JAMES GASTON WILLIAMSON HAZEL MUNCY WOODS LAWRENCE HOBSON RICHARD YOUNG HOLCOMB NICHOLAS MONROE SMITH THELMA SCROGGS LAURA ELIZABETH Sugopg ATWELL R. TURQUETTE ONA LEE STINSON LENORE B. SWEARINGEN SAMUEL M. SWEARINGEN RALPH SHAY J. HOLLOMAN MANNIE RIESENBERG E. L. RUDOLPH H. D. PATTON . THOMAS F. BUTT BURL AUSTIN JOE BUTT THOMAS BUTT GERALD CHASTAIN KENNEDY DEAVER CHARLES BENNETT J. P. COLE PHI ETA OFFICERS ' MEMBERS REGINALD EILBOTT HUGH GINGERIGH JOSEPH GROVES GEORGE MAKRIS ALLEN MARK LEROY MARTIN THOMAS QUAY JAMES ROARK JAMES ROY EARL RUDOLPH SIGMA, . President . Vice-President . Secretary . Historian . Treasurer . Senior Adviser LEONARD RUSSUM t JAMES TAFT RAY VAUGI-ITERS RICHARD WAUGH EARL WILDY. ' SPRING INITIATES H. P. HALSELL J. J. HOLLOMAN MANNIE'lRIESENBERG R. B. HALL H. D. PATTON GLEN PETE WING RALPH SHAY Phi Eta Sigma is an honorary organization for Students making a 5.00 or better their freshman year. Its purpose is to encourage freshmen who show a marked learning ability. The organization was installed in 1931 by Dean Herbert Smith of the University of Illinois, who is the national secretary of the organization. Since its inception, with an enrollment of 12, it has grown increasingly under the guidance of Dean G. E. Ripley, faculty advisor. 254 MEMBERS PI MU EPSILON OFFICERS ALLEN MARK . . . . , Director JAMESINA MCDANIEL , Vim,-.Direct-0, KATHERINE KEICHER , Secretary FRANCES ROSSNER . . . Tre,,,u,e,. W. T. BARNWELL BRUCE BISSELL ALICE CADE STERLING CLARK KENNEDY DEAVER HAROLD ENGSTROM HUGH GINGERICH HENRY HALSELL DUANE ISLEY BEN JOHNSTON BERNICE KARNES FREDRICK LEWIS JOHN MCCANNE JOE MCCUTCHAN EUGENE MANLEY CLAIR MARRIS J. F. NORMAN JOHN OSWALT HELEN SUE PEARSON JOHN RAMSEY J. J. ROARK L. L. RUSSELL LEONARD RUssUM WOODROW SLAVEN TRUNIAN STEELE HOWARD THORPE G. H. WAGNER HARLEY WALKER S. W. WALKER EARL WAUGH T. D. WAUGH FACULTY MEMBERS DR. H. M. HOSFORD DR. D. P. NICHOLS DR. V. W. ADKISSON Pi Mu Epsilon has grown out of the Math Club, an organization founded at the University of Arkansas on February 11, 1919, by a group of students interested in mathematics. The original group was under the direction of Dr. W. L. Miszr. The local chapter was founded on the cam- pus in 1931. Pi Mu Epsilon requires a candidate for membership to have an average of 4.00 in mathe- matics, and relatively high grades in his other sturlies. The organization is honorary, and monthly meetings are held at which discussions of various mathematical topics are taken up, serving as 3 laboratory for those interested in the science. Among the charter members of the club wer: A. M. Harding and D. P. Richardson. E. E. Stevenson, president of the club in 1922, was the recipient of a Rhodes Scholarship. --.l T : Barnwell, Bissell, Cade, Clark, Deaver, Engstrom, Gingerich, Halsell, Iscly, K ' h . S d: L ' le Miirlzkrolzlarris, McCanne, McDaniel, Norman, Oswalt, PL-arson, Ramsey. Third: Roarlgc RtossncEfoilliisselljwlliiiimxanrii Siaxfen, Thorpe, Wagner, H. Walker, S. Walker, Waugh. 255 SIGMA ALPHA l,0TA OFFICERS JESSIE MAY KITE . . President ELIZABETH DUDLEY . Vice-President MILDRED WHYTE . . . Secretary BILLIE LOUISE LANDERS Treasurer MEMBERS U SALLIE DUDLEY JESSIE MAY KITE JANE MITCHELL VIRGINIA ELIZABETH DUIJLEY BILLIE LoUIsE LANDERS PATRICIA PECK JANEY FRENCH VIRGINIA MARTIN BERNICE RUSHER I I MARTHA HANCOCK MILDRED WHYTE Sigma Alpha Iota, national music fraternity, was founded june 12, 1903, andwas chartered in the early part of 1904 by seven women music students in the School of Music of the University of Michigan. There are now fifty-eight chapters. I The object of Sigma Alpha Iota is to form lnclies of representative women who shall, by their influence and their musical interest, uphold the h'ghest ideals of a musical educationg to raise the standards of productive musical work among the women students of colleges and universities, to further the development of a stronger blond of musical interest and understanding between foreign countries and Americag and to develop loyaltyto the Alma Mater. r Sigma Omicron chapter, a strong linlc in S. A. I.'s chain of service and high ideals, was in- stalled Novemher 25, 1925. The chapter has four patronesses: Mrs. Harry Shultz, Mrs. Fred L. Kerr, Mildred Gillespie and Mrs. Bert Lewis. Top row: S. Dudley, E. Dudley, Kite, Landers, Martin. Scccndz Mitchell, Peck, Rusher, Whyte. 256 BILLIE RUTH JAMES ISABEL STORMS . MARY JIM LANE . RUTH BATEMAN JOELLA BERRY DI1vIPI.Es BLACK CAROLYN CHEEVES ANN DUBARD MARIE FEARING MARIAN HAMP SWASTIKA OFFICERS MEMBERS VIRGINIA HINKLE MAR JORIE HUNT BILLIE RUTH JAMES MARY JIM LANE BABE LEWELLYN PATTY Jo MAHONEY GRACE MARLEY EILEEN McCoY . . President Secretary-Treasurer . Reporter LAURA LOUISE MCDANIEL ANN PRITCHARD EUGENIA STACY ISABEL STORMS MARY JANE TI-IoIvIP:oN NADIA Wooo MARY CATHERINE YANCEY Swastilca was founded at the University of Arkansas on February 25, 1931, for the purpose of promoting more friendly social relations between fraternity women. Members are chosen on stand- ards of character and leadership. Swastilca meets every Wednesday and only on Wednesdays do the members wear the official insignia of the organization. Chief features of the club's yearly program include banquets, outings and a formal dance in the spring. P Mahoney, Marley. T : B , Berry, Black, Cheeves, Dubard, Fearing, Hamp. Second: Hinlclc, Hunt, , L , L, ll 0 row atc'iPliiii'd: McCoy, McDaniels, Pritchard, Stacy, Storms, Thompson, Wood, Yancey.1mes :mc ewe yn, 257 U TAU BETA Ply OFFICERS I W. L. NELSON . President ALLEN MARK . Vice-President GEORGE SANSEURY Secretary LADD DAVIES Treasurer Tau Beta Pi is an honorary society founded at Lehigh University, June 1885. Its- purpose 'is to confer distinction upon those students who have maintained a high grade of scholarship and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineering students in the institutions in which its chapters are located. When a chapter is established it may confer its key upon alumni and students of earlier years in analogy to a similar custom in Phi Beta Kappa. Membership may be offered to graduates of engineering colleges where there is no chapter, provided the recipient has fulfilled the regular eligibility requirements. Membership of distinction may be conferred upon prominent engineers who may not already be members of the society. Alpha chapter was founded at the University of Arkansas in 1914, and has been active ever since. Election is considered one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon an engineer. Top row: Bonn, Davies, Denver, Mark, McKinley, Nelscn. Second: Norman, Roarlc, Russum, Snnsbury, Slaven, Walker. 258 GEORGE MAKRIS JOHN GUNN . EDITH MAE HAND V. L. BAKER DEAN WILLIAM PENROSE HENRY CANADAY EDITH MAE HAND ERNIE WRIGHT ROY DANUSER WILLIAM PENROSE EDITH MAE HAND I-IENRY CANADAY CAMILLE WALDRON HAROLD ELLIS TAU KAPPA AL PHA OFFICERS - . President Vice-President - - - - - - . Secretary MEMBERS IN FACULTY DEAN V. L. JONES PROF. GEORGE VAUGHAN J C. JORDAN DEAN S. WATERMAN D E B A T E C L U B OFFICERS . . . . President . Vice-President . . . Secrelary-Treasurer MEMBERS HEREFORD KELSO BILL LITTLE JOHN KANE GEORGE MURPHY JAMES ROY GLENN WING REX LOONEY GEORGE MAKRIS EWELL RICHARDSON ALFRED WILSON JEFF STEINHART JOHN GUNN ELLIS VAUGHAN KENNETH SHAMBL IN LOUISE GARDNER CHARLES IVY HERBERT R. WILSON CUL PEARCE ROBERT BARNES This year the Debate Club, which is composed of some members of Tau Kappa Alpha, honor- ary debating fraternity, sponsored several inter-collegiate debates. Ernie Wright, Roy Danuser, Charles Ivy, and Harold Ellis represented the University in all forensic contests. The team made a successful tour through Southeastern Kansas in which they discussed live questions before civic organizations. They concluded their Series with a radio debate against University of Wichita. I-. .1 Other debates were held here. The team also participated in the Mlssourx Valley tournament. aj A H- 1 4 k.'!' ' , -I . I A Q Y 1 4 1 Q g 'Ax V, . V .E 1 . .-If 5 I IPL -I 3-I If I . E E " -'sfly P' - I C :la Danuser Gardner Gunn, Hand, Ivy, Kane, Kelso. Second: Lewis, Looney, Murphy Mak,-is Top row: and Y, I - I ' I Pwnc, Penrose, Richardson, Roy. Tlurd: Shamblm, Stcmhart, Vaughan, Waldron, Wing, Wilson, Wright. 259 AGRI DAY ASSOCIATION OFFICERS ELWIN GILLILAND . . Manager jassm MITCHELL . Assistant Manager CARRIE BOYD Secretary WILLIAM B. DENION . . Business Manager CLAY I-IANSEI-I . National Advertising Manager Agri Day Association, better known as A. D. A., is the organization which sponsors the annual celebration of the students of the College of Agriculture, Agri Day. The association was formed in 1917 and has continued to function each year in the presentation of a carnival featuring exhibits from various depariments of the Agri college, a parade, and an Agri Ball. Christine Mcliissaclc reigned as queen of Agri Day this year, while Elwin Gilliland served as A. D. A. manager. In addition to sponsoring the activities of Ag ri Day, the association is in charge of arrange- ments for an annual "Barn-Warmin'," given soon after the beginning of the school year, and a spring picnic and barn dance at the University Eicperiment Station farm. Each student of the Col- lege of Agriculture shares in the expenses of thes: enterprises, and each has a vote in the election of AL. D. A. officers. A 'G-17 CARRIE BOYD WILI.IAnI DENTON ELWIN GILLILAND CLAY HANSEN JESSIE MITCHELL 260 AGRI DAY ASSOCIATION CHRISTINE MCKISSACK ELWIN GILLILAND AGRI QUEEN AGRI DAY MANAGER lili- S AGRI WHO'S WHO McLEIvIoIzE THOMAS SILvEy ELWIN GILLILAND RUTH HUTCHESON ERNESTINE CLAY HANSEN WILMA MCKELVEY JESSIE MITCHELL GEORGE SORRELLS On Agri Day the students of the Agriculture Schmol are freed of their college duties in order to have an all day celebration and dance. A parade is staged in which floats from all departments of the school are repre- ff he other schools of the campus are exhibited. sented and take-o s on t ' ' ' ' ueen and at the dance she leads the procession with the A D A Over all the festivities there reigns a Q , manager. This year Christine McKissacIc of WaIdo was the Queen and Elwin GiIIiIand of Beebe was the manager. 261 GEORGE A. MAKRIS THOMAS Ross . RAY B VAUGHTERS JOHN WALKER DONALD BEAMAN ALPHA JOHN E. KANE CHARLES E. CAPLE, JR. GEORGE MAKRIS PAUL COLE REX MULLEN CHARLES F. DOUGLAS JOHN OWEN JACK GROBMYER KENNETH PETTIT WALTER HUDSON KAPPA Psi OFFICERS ' MEMBERS LEROY POND MORRIS Ross THOMAS Ross GEORGE SHANKLE E. B. SPARKS, JR. . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer EDWARD E. STOCKER EDWARD TALIAFERRO RAY VAUGHTERS 4 JOHN WALKER A JAMES ELWARD WARE A. WILSON . FACULTY MEMBERS DEAN C. C. FICHTNER PROF. W. B. COLE PROF. P. W. MILAM PROP. A, W. JAMISON During the past year Alpha Kappa Psi, a professional business organization, sponsored indus- trial tours of large business establishments in Tulsa, Fort Smith, and Rogers. Each year students in the school of Business Administration are treated to lectures by outstanding business men and economists of the State of Arkansas. A Joint meetings are held with the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce, the Fayetteville Metro Club, and the Fayetteville Rotary Club, and each spring the organization sponsors a business school banquet. This year an original research project was conducted, the subject being "Ascertaining the value of high school bookkeeping to students taking accounting in the University of 'Arkansasf' he Tcp row: Beaman, Caple, Cole, Douglas, Grobmyer, Hudson, Kane, Makris, Mullen, Owen, Pettit. Second: Pond, Ross, T. Ross, Shanklc, Sparks, Stocker, Taliaferro, Vaughters, Walker, Ware, Wilson. 262 A. I. CH. E. OFFICERS SCOTT W. WALKER . WILLIAM F. NELSON J. F. NORMAN JR. LEONARD RUssUM MEMBERS WILLIAM T. BARNWELL 'JOHN GRADY DAVID P. BURTON LEONARD I-IEMPLING GERALD CHASTAIN LYNN D. HOWELL FRANKLIN K. DEAVER MAYNARD JOHNSON T. S. DEWOODY JR. JAMES P. LEA JOHN MCCANNE WARREN NANCE W. J. NELSON J. F. NORMAN B. A. OWEN . President . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer I-I. E. POWELL ROBERT ROWDEN LEONARD RussUM WESLEY RYNDERS AARON STEIGER WILLIAM DIETRICH ALLEN MARK ROBERT PATTON SCOTT W. WALKER W. THURMAN WALKER The Arkansas Institute of Chemical Engineers is an organization for students of Chemical En- d ' ' f ver cla chemistry and in the advancement gineering who are particularly intereste In topics O e y y of that science. I Ch E f t a rs and discussions on subjects of general interest to chem- Meetings of A. . . . ea ure p pe ists and also give opportunity for carrying on interesting chemical experiments. l. , ,. f 3' 1' ' .I . A .ii I . .1 . . ,.- 1 cr ,, I I-E. 15 O '- -I 9 Q-:I ' 1' f ' In 1 In O -Q ei .f . ff f vw--' -at .. - V ix if 6 X i . I 7 - I as S I 4,4 T : B nwell, Burton, Chastain, Deaver, Dewoocly, Dietrich, Grady, Hempl' . S ci: H II Mark,olSlc2:i1ne, Nance, Nelson, Norman. Third: Owen, Patton, Powell, Rowden, Rtiiisgilm, Isiiiders, Siileigeirlloiiiiiigilillrl-?1z:' Walket'. i i 263 ROLFE ELDRIDGE JIM LEE HOWELL DELBERT SCHMAND TOM BLACKWELL RALPH ANDERSON JACK CURRY A. I. E. E. JIM LEE HOWELL RILEY LANE ROBERT J. DANIELS CHARLES LAUGHLTN ROLFE ELDRIDGE WILLIAM LEWIS JESS FERGUSON JAMES L. MCKINLEY OFFICERS ' MEMBERS JAMES F. RHODES CHARLES R. RIDLEY JAMES ROARK MARION SANDERS DALE SANDLIN . Chairman . Vice-Chairman . Secretary Treasurer DELBERT A. SCHMAINJD JULIAN H. SCHWALBE JACK M. WYATT THOMAS M. ,WALLIS The American Institute of Electrical Engineers, a national organization, has as members pro- fessional engineers and a large number of students. Any student who is actively interested in elec- trical engineering is eligible for membership. The purpose of the national organization is to promote the interests of the profession. It plays an important part in establishing and maintaining professional standards with which it is concerned. Through its branches it helps the student engineer while in school and helps him become establish- ed as a professional engineer after graduation. ' The student branch at the University of Arkansas gives the student engineer an opportunity to associate with others who are interested in this branch of engineering. Regular ,meetings are held in which members present papers and discuss the various problems confronting the electrical engi- DCF. Top row: Anderson, Curry, Daniels, Eldridge, Ferguson, Howell, Lane, Laughlin, Lewis, McKinley. Second: Rhodes, Ridley, Roark, Sanders, Sandlin, Schmancl, Schwalbe, Wyatt, Wallis. 264 A. S. C. E. OFFICERS LOUIS E. BONA - . President W. H. SAUNDERS . . Vice-President GERALD HORD . Secretary W. W. SLAVEN . Treasurer MEMBERS A. D. ALLEN HAROLD ENGSTROM EUGENE MANLEY WOODROW W, SLAVEN CHARLES C. BARNETT PAUL FOSTER ROBERT MILNER LLOYD TI-IRALL LOUIS E. BONA R. L. FRASER ROBERT NIENSTEDT CLYDE TREECE MILTON BRACK GERALD HORD T. D. NIxON HARLEY WALKER LAUREN CARTER LARRY KELLEY JOE HOWARD NOWEL R. L. WALKER HOLLIS CONWAY RICHARD LINEBARGER V. D. PURvIs C. S. WILSON S. L. DAVIES RUSSELL MAIER W. H. SAUNDERS FACULTY ADVISERS DEAN STOCKER PROF. SPENCER MR. WRAY The American Society of Civil Engineers is composed of seventy-eight chapters located in the principal universities of the United States. The purpose of the organization is to stimulate under- graduate students to an interest for things which advance the engineering profession. Membership is not limited to those of the civil engineering profession, but is extended to all those who have the qualifications for membership. I -. "A 5 "' 'P Y A 'iz :fra L ' . A A , "' li 1 . .'i W. T idn .A , ii' f ' 1 Y? A I V 3' y 'Y' e ,, ' - -i x' 0" K1,, g 'G if- 5 'X Q!!! . 6 . N I I I vp v A A . A .A A A -.-.i' 1 li Q 'QQ js ning, ,nn-xi pvte yt f , X- 5. A A. .4 ' 1 ll B ett Bona Bra lc Carter Conway, Davies, Engstrom, Second: Foster, Frasier, Hord, Kelley, Top row: A cn, arn , , - f , Lin,barger, Maier, Manley, Milner. Third: Niensredt, Now.l, Purvis, Slaven, Thrall, Treece, Walker, R. Walker, Wilson, 265 WILLIAM B. STELZNER JR. FLOYD MELTON WILLIAM A. LEWIS T. JACK KEATING JOHN W. NIVEN A. WESLEY WI-IITAKER W. F. BECKMAN J. B. ADAMS GEORGE L. SANSBURY A. S. M. OFFICERS MEMBERS FLOYD MELTON JACK M. BROWN PAUL HOFFMAN ED GAGE EDWIN PRATT ,,. . .,, ..,, .,-,.,-....a..,:,, I . I. ,...-,......v-.'..1:aauw.,e . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . Reporter JACK KEATING 1 BILL STELZNER RAYMOND F. STEVENSON L. C. LINDSAY i . JAMES W. SLAYDEN '-wvrwvlrfvwn .an- W. A. LEWIS The University of Arkansas student branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineer- ing, a professional organization formed over twenty years ago, has for its purpose the creation of more friendly relationships with other students of mechanics, to create an interest in all subjects in that field, and to help graduates advance in the mechanical engineering profession. Meetings are held monthly, at which time projects are discussed and papers are presented to the group for study. The A. S. M. E. has worked out a seminar plan whereby members may obtain credit by presenting a paper on some assigned subject and by attending three-fourths of all meet- ings. , Top row: Adams, Beckman, Brown, Hoffman, Keating, Lewis, Lindsay. Second: Melton, Niven, Sansbury, Slayden, Stelzner, Stevenson, Whitaker. 266 B. S. U. COUNCIL OFFICERS LEANDER MUNCY , pnsiden, JACK REED - - . Vice-President WILLESTINE CHERRY , SeC,.e,a,.y WESLEY RYNDERS , Treasure, AGNES COFFMAN Music Director MEMBERS WILLESTINE CHERRY JOHN HARKEY IRENE PEARSON WESLEY RYNDERS AGNES COFFMAN LAURA MAE JOHNSON HELEN SUE PEARSON OTHAR SMITH EDITH MAE HAND MAY KELLY MARY PoRTER MAXINE TROUT LEANDER MUNCY JACK REED FACULTY ADVISOR DR. H. W. BLALOCK In 1920 there appeared in the states of the Southern Baptist Convention a movement known as the Baptist Student Union. This movement spread rapidly, and now, in almost every college in the south there is a local Baptist Student Union. Each fall the local unions meet in a state con- vention, and once every four years they meet in a southwide convention. A The B. S. U. is a connecting link between the college and the local Baptist church or churches. Membership is contingent upon membership in one of the unit organization of the B. S. U.-that is, the Sunday school, the B. Y. P. U., the Y. W. A. or the Life Service Band. Every Baptist Stu. dent is a potential member of the B. S. U. The officers of the B. S. U., together with a representative from each unit organization, form a B. S. U. Council. The duty of this council is to promote and correlate the activities of the various unit organizations. In June 1936 Miss Irene Pearson was employed as full-time Student Secretary to work with the local B. S. U. , . Top row: Cherry, Coffman, Hand, Harlcey, Johnson, Kelly, Muucy. Second: Pearson, H. Pearson, Porter Reed Rynders, Smith, Trout. ' ' 267 BLACK CAT COTILLAION OFFICERS L FRANK HOLT President PAUL SULLINS . . Vice-President CLEM MCCLELLAND . Secretary-Treasurer CABINET MEMBERS GEORGE MAKRIS REGINALD EILBOTT BUCK NOBLES I MURRAY BYLANDER CLAYTON LITTLE GOVAN BURKE ' LEE ROY MARTIN DELBERT SCHMANO THOMAS MCDANIEL The function of the Black Cat Cotillion Club is to sponsor three dances each year. These social functions differ from other festivities in the fact that a selected number of representative students are chosen from the various organizations on the campus. All dances are formal and are recognized among the year's outstanding successes. The cabinet, the governing bodv, is composed of one member from each group represented in the club. T Sitting: McClelland, Holt, Makris. Standing: Bylander, Burke, Nobles, McDaniel, Martin, Schmand, Little. 268 DEUTSCHER VEREIN OFFICERS C. H. BEASLEY . , President LEIGHTON RUDOLPH Vige-Pre,idemI ALICE JONES Secretary MEMBERS MORTIMER BARR JACK FEINTUCK AL SILVIN NEIL PRESTON C. H. BEASLEY HELEN GRAHAM MARION KLEIN LEONARD RANDALL SAMUEL BECKER THOMAS S. HARRIS ALEXANDER KLEINMAN MARY ROBERTSON JAMES BECKMAN FRANK T. HEARNE ARTHUR MARCUS LEIGHTON RUDOLPH ALICE CADE MARJORIE F. JOHNSON BURKE MARTIN JOEL SALZBERG CHARLES CAIN ALICE JONES NANCY MCDONALD HARRIET SCHULMAN JOHN CARSON ROBERT KAGAN HARRY D. PATTON IRVING SCHWARTZBERG RAYMOND R. EDWARDS GEORGE KIRSCHNER RUTH PENROSE JULIA SIMPSON ELIZABETH KLEIN PAUL PHILLIPS The German Club, the social organization for those interested in the German language and German culture, has been active Since its reorganization in 1929. Its rapid growth since then, it due in no small measure to the direction of its sponsor, Dr. A. E. Lusslcy, head of the German depart- ment. Monthly meetings feature speakers, songs, and plays. A picnic usually closes the year's activity. .. I I , I ' ' I 0 Q 1.6 ,V ? N' ' I Aff ' I " 'L ' f Is.. - 4 Q' f 5' 1 , . " 7 A hs- ' 6- ,I I J I . '. i jr 4? Ria. L I A d . I " if" "" '-1.16557 " V D bl" pf 'T I 7' .9 -' "vw 'Qi' 9 I il A ' ' V Q Q 'X A A h I' I A . . . B Beasley Becker Bickman, Cade, Cain, Carson, Edwards, Feintuck, Graham, Harris. Second: Heamc Tcp row: arr, , I . K n Kirschner Kleinman Marcus, Martin, McDonald, Patton, Penrose. Third: Phillips, Pnsmn Rm. Johnson, Jones, nga I I I ' dull, Robertson, Rudolph, Salzberg, S.hulman, Schwartzberg, Simpson, Sivin. 269 4-H CLUB OFFICERS i CLAY HANSEN President JOE MAXWELL Vice-President GRACE JEWELL LINCOLN Secretary Woomzow NicKELs . Treasurer 1 The University 4-H Club was founded in 1929 as an organization for students of the College of Agriculture who have completed one or more years of club work before entering the University. The purpose of the club is to develop qualities of leadership, to increase knowledge of state and national club work, to encourage members of state 4-H clubs to enter the University, and to become more efficient workers in the field of Agriculture. The club sponsors both of the cooperative houses for young men and women. The boys' home was organized in the fall of 1936 with accomodations for 16 men. The girls' home was established 'in 1931 and now accommodates 30 girls at a minimum expense. It was the first organization of its kind in the nation. A ' - The University 4-H Club is the largest on the campus. 9 ' A 39 35 1. , E996 ii 9 si A it 1 , I I . , . Top row: Allison, Anderson, Bates, Beasley, Bell, Boyd, Boyer, Brown, H. Brown, Bunch, Burns, Caldwell, Cameron, Campbell, Carter. Second: Cook, Craven, Dennington, Denton, Duke, Fairchild, Forrester, Gilliland, I. Gilliland, Gorey, Hankins, Hansen, Hardin, Hays, Holt. Third: Holt, Irby, Jeter, Kincanncn, Knight, Lincoln, Loudermilk, McCord, Mc- Elroy, McKelvey, McKissack, McLendon, Marsh, Maxwell, Myers, Mitchell, Nickels, Rickett, Ross, Roy, Silvey, Smith, Streeter, Swift, Tate, Thompson, Westbrook, Williams, Winters, Zimmerman. 270 CHARLENE ALLISON GIBSON F. ANDERSON KENNETH S. BATES VANCE E. BEASLEY JIM BELL CARRIE BOYD PAUL BOYER JAMES L. BROWN JOHN HARDY BROWN JOSEPHINE BUNCH LORRAINE BURNS STEVE W. CALDWELL CLARETTA CAMERON MURRAY CAMPBELL JOHN CARTER ROBERT COOK JOHN M. CRAVENS JOSEPH W. DENNINGTON WILLIAM B. DENTON WILLIE BELLE DUKE 4-H CLUB MEMBERS SIDNEY A. FAIRCHILD SIDNEY EARL FORRESTER ELWIN GILLILAND ROGER IVAN GILLILAND FAY GOREY CECIL I-IANKINS CLAY I-IANSEN I-IERSCHEL HARDIN IRA LEE I-IAYS EVELYN I-IOLT VERA MAY I-IOLT ELIZABETH IRBY MAX A. JESTER NELLE VIRGINIA KINCANNON GRADY KNIGHT GRACE JEWELL LINCOLN EDWIN W. LOUDERMILK RUTH MCCORD ALERED S. MCELROY WILMA MCKELVEY 271 CHRISTINE MCKISSACK M. H. MCLENDON JR. TOBERT W. MARSH JOE MAXWELL CECILA ELIZABETH MYERS JESSIE MITCHELL WOODROW NICKELS CYRIL E. RICKETT KERMIT C. ROSS D. C. ROY THOMAS JESS SILVEY JULIA SMITH K. M. STREETER JAMES B. SWIFT ROMAYNE TATE IVA SUE THOMPSON COLE WESTBROOK CHESTER F. WILLIAMS ADA WINTERS KATHRYN ZIMMERMAN Bovs' 4-H CLUB House THOMAS J. SILVEY JIM BELL JAMES B. SWIFT JIM BELL PAUL BOYER MURREY CAMPBELL ROBERT COOK JOHN CRAVENS OFFICERS ' MEMBERS GEORGE DAVIS JR. JOSEPH W. DENNINGTON SIDNEY FORRESTER CLAY HANSEN I-IERSI-IEL l HARDIN EDWIN W. LOUDERMILK President Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer JOE MAXWELL ALFRED MCELROY ' THOMAS JESSE SILVEY JAMES B. SWIFT MARCUS WILLIAMS, The University 4-H Club home for young men students, sponsored by the University 4-H Club, was organized on this campus last spring and summer, through the leadership of Artus Bar- nett, '36, then president of the University 4-H Club. i The purpose of the organization is to make it possible for young men with limited funds to at- tend the University of Arkansas College of Agriculture. The membership is limited to former 4-I-I Club members. Living costs this college year have been reduced 20 per cent from average current expenses, and higher standards have been achieved, both of which may be taken as concrete meas- ures of the success of this cooperative enterprise. Interest in such a plan for cooperative living is indicated by the 78 inquiries received from young men in various parts of the state by officers last summer, and the canned foods shower given the house by the Home Demonstration Clubs in 45 counties. The faculty sponsors are V. Highfill and Kenneth B. Roy. Tcp row: Bell, Boyer, Campbell, Cook, Cravens, Davis, Dennington, Forrester. Second: Hansen, Hardin, Loudermilk, Maxwell, McElroy, Silvey, Swift. 7 7 AILEEN JONES LGIRLS' 4-H CLUB HOUSE OFFICERS WILLIE BELLE DUKE , President WILMA MCKELVEY ViCe.P,-e,i,1e,,, CHARLEEN ALLISON , Secretary JESSIE MITCHELL . Home Manage, CLARETTA CAMERON . . . , Treasure, MEMBERS CHARLEEN ALLISON MARTHA BIGGERS LORENE BOTTENS CARRIE BOYD JOSEPHINE BUNCH CLARETTA CAMERON FANNIE JANE ELMORE IRA LEE HAYS CLAUDIA MAE HOLT EVELYN HOLT VERA MAE I-IOLT ELIZABETH IRBY RUTH MCCORD WILMA MGKELVEY JEssE MITCHELL 1 AMY GENE PEPPERKORN JULIA SMITH ROMAYNE TATE EDITH VARLEY ZELMA CORLEY 'AGNES DALTON NELL VIRGINIA KINCANNON SYBIL WHITE WILLIE BELL DUKE GRACE JEWEL LINCOLN ADA WINTERS RUTH LONG The 4-I-I Club House was Organized in the fall of 1933 under the sponsorship of the Univer- sity of Arkansas 4-I-I Club. Its purpose is to give to its members the educational and social priv- ileges offered by the University with a reduction of expenses. The past five years have been very successful with the membership increasing an 2 g p d ch ori inal urposes of che organization being Ca,-. ried out. 2 ,IW I B' ers Bottens Boyd Bunh Came'on, Corley, Dalton, Duke. Second: Elmore, Hays Holt E Top row: Allison, :gg . I' I ly - Holt, V. Holt, Irby, Jones, Kincannon, Lincoln. Third: Long, McCord, McKelvey, Mitchell, Pepperkgg-ny Smith Tate Varley, White, Winters. 273 FUTURE FARMERS UF AMERICA FRED WI1.LlAM HARPER ROBERT WILLIAM MARCH THOMAS JACKSON REED HARLAND DOUGHTY J. T. BONDS OREN WILLIAM BURNS JOHN ALEx GILLEAN fLiving in HouseJ OFFICERS MEMBERS' PAUL EDWIN INGER CHARLES BARNETT IVY J OI-IN NEWTON MCKEE ALBERT LINCOLN GORTSIDE HOWARD FRANKLIN MCKNIGHT FRED WILLIAM HARPER NOEL FRED MCKNIGHT WILLIAM HAYES ROBERT WILLIAM MARSH HUGH WILSON HILL WILLIAM PITTS JAMES R. HOWELL . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . . Reporter CLAUDE L. PRICE THOMAS JACKSON REED 1 EVERETTE NATHANIEL SANDERS WILLIAM MARTIN SMITHERMAN HAROLD SNYDER 1 ' FRASER STEPHENS WILLIAM DICKEY .WILY WILLIAM FURLEN WRIGHT The Future Farmers of America was founded in Virginia in 1917 by Henry C Groseclose and a small group of farm boys enrolled in vocational agricultural work. Their aims were to encour- age rural leadership and develop a loveof country. Since that time the organization has grown to such an extent that it is one of the largest farm youth organizations in the country. It now has over 156,000 farm boys in its membership. It has also grown to include collegiate and alumni groups. The collegiate chapter was organized on the University campus in the fall of 1935 by Fred Harper, president of Arkansas Alumni F. F. A. Out of the organization grew the Future Farm- er'S Cooperative Home which was founded in 1936. The main objectives are: To aid farm boys in securing desirable room and board at low cost. P' in N Tcp row: Burns, Doughty, Gilfcan, Harper, Hays, Hill, Howell, Inger, Ivy, Marsh, McKee. Second: McKnight, H. McKnight, Pitts, Price, Reed, Sanders, Smitherman, Snyder, SLPl'l8l'1S, Wright, Wylie. 274 FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA BILL DENTON LEON HOLLY JOHN BROWN HAROLD SNYDER KENNETH BATES CLARENCE BELL JIM BELL PAUL BOYER JAMES BROWN JOHN H. BROWN JOE CAMPBELL JOHN CARTER ROBERT J. COOK JOHN M. CRAVENS fLiving out of H0u.feJ OFFICERS MEMBERS JOSEPH DENNINGTON BILL DENTON OTIS FARRAR MARK FORREST CECIL HANKINS CURTIS HANKINS WOODROW HAYNES LEON HOLLY TRAVIS C. KEAHEY PAUL LATTURE AUSTIN LEDBETTER To encourage and inspire boys who are interested in vocational agriculture to attend the Um versity, and, To encourage organized recreational and social activities. . Presxdent Vice-President Secretary Treasurer EDWIN LOUDERMILK THOMAS MCDANIEL JOE MAXWELL CYRIL RICKETT KERMITT ROSS THOMAS SILVEY GEORGE SLAVIS KYROUS STREETER CHESTER TORBETT E. C. WALKER JR. The home has made good progress this year. Its prospects are even better for next year, and f h l ' ' the development of a larger and finer group of Agriculture College it gives prospects o e ping In Students. is H -1 T Q J ,I H 1 ' 'f 'AW A Iv 1 A ' T ,A - .. f- . A - V. -I 4 I ' J if f x - ' Q 'J A yn I , X ' A A ii Y V t l fr' W y 1 I 7. J ,b f ai it ' 4 ' " ' 5? . -f'i 1 1 , . ' 3 P B Bell J Bell Boyer, Brown, J. H. Brown, Carter, Cook, Cravens. Second: Dennington, D mon Top row: ares, I ' I . I H kins Curtis Hankms, Haynes, Holly, Keahey. Third: Larture, Loudermilk, Maxwell, McDaniel IC Farrar Forrest an I i i S ter, Torbett, Walker. etr, Ross, Silvey, U29 275 GENERAL ENGINEERING ,SOCIETY ww ,, . .. ,..,.. , ..-. ., ,.,............,.-.---W-1 , l V- C ,.n.,s,...fv. , OFFICERS ' LADD DAv1Es President ROLFE ELDRIDGE . Vice-President BILL Lewis . Secretary LARRY KELLEY . Treasurer The General Engineering Society is composed of all the members of that branch of the Uni- versity. It is an organization instituted for the purpose of promoting the interest ofithe Engineer- ing College and to bring about a closer relationship between the students of the various depart- ments. - ' 1 It originated as the Arkansas Chapter of the Collegiate Engineers, but the students, feeling that they could work to a greater advantage, withdrew the chapter to organize theipresent society. The organization works to the advantage of its members with an untiring effort to advertise the work of engineers throughout this state and contiguous states. Each year it stages the annual fes- tivities of "Engineer's Day," which is held on the Friday nearest March 17, in honor of St. Patrick, patron saint of all engineers. On this day at a special convocation the members ofthe Senior Class are knighted. To become Saint Patrick is the highest honor that the society can bestow upon any student in the College of Engineering. This year Billy Lewis was awarded this signal honor, and Frances Rossner was elected as his queen. i LADD DAviEs Roi.FE ELERIDGE WILLIAM Lewis LARRY KELLX' 276 GENERAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY FRANCES ROSSNER ST. PATIS QUEEN BILLY LEWIS ST. PAT 36 ENGINEER XVI-IO'S WHO HARVEY SAUNDERS WILLIAM NELSON LEONARD Russuivi JAMES MCKINLEY JAMES ROARK LADD DAVIES ALLEN MARK S P t's da is set aside for the Engineers to honor their Seniors. On this day St. Pat and his Annually t. a 'y ' Queen rule the engineers, lead the grand march at the Engineers' ball, and knight each Senior engineer as he kisses the Blarney Stone. This year Billy Lewis of Pine Bluff was elected St. Pat, and Frances Rossner of Little Rock was chosen Queen. I ' . I ' ' cl bl whistles at midnight, rhe engineers this year staged an im- Instead of exploding dynamite an owing pressive fire works show. 277 HILLEL OFFICERS ' BENJAMIN GINSBERG . President WILLIAM MAISEL . Vice-President ARNOLD GOULD . . Publicity Manager The Hillel Club is an outgrowth of the Menorah Society established on the campus in 1927. Finding the aims and ideals of Menorah too narrow, the steadily-growing group proposed affilia- tion with the Hillel College Foundations in 1933. At the present there are approximately sixty active members in the organization, which is a member of the Arkansas Jewish Assembly and is working towards the goal of recognition as a unit of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations. H The purposes of the national organization ar: the advancement of religious, cultural and Social activities among University students, and the local group presents varied programs during the year to foster these principles. Members of the University faculty, students, and members of the clergy deliver addresses regularly to fulfill the cultural aspect, and religious services as well as socials are held at Fort Smith in observance of the other objectives. Starting anew with a mere handful as a nucleus in September of 1934, the organization has grown greatly in numbers and scope of interests within the past three years due to the untiring ef- forts of its officers, the earnest interest of its members, and the unselfish assistance of friends on and off the campus. - , Honorary members are W. S. Gregson, Professor B. Sure, Professor B. Wertheim, Dean V. L. Jones and Mrs. W. E. Marks and Rabbi Samuel Teitelbaum of Fort'Smith. V 'J P' 1 ' ' f W T ni ".lz,'?,1 6 to X .Qi I x 1 . I .I '- - -Q, -f 5 - L, 3 .1 ' , 1 t - . A -K -. In , ill 4. f -if mf -1.4 ff "ti 'Fi' 'Y 1 1 A . if Fil ,lil if. Il ll. Y l I L E I Top Row: Ament, Arno, Batterman, Becker, Bi.kman, Barn, Busman, Chick, Corenblum, Denenberg, Dichek, Didinsky, Faden, Feder, Feinmang Second: Feldberg, Fleischman, Frey, Gfnsberg, Goldman, Goldowitz, Goldschein, Gould, Guberman, Hyatt, Kagan, Knyper, Kolchinsky, Kregstein, Levine, Third: Lew, Maisel, Marcus, Mark, Miller, Mishkin, Morgenbesscr, Okun, Phillips, Price, Riesenberg, Rothman, Sbar, Schlosbergg Fourth: Schulman, Schwalbe, Schwartzberg, Sillins, Sivin, Small, Spitz, Steiger, Sylvan, Topperman, Waskowitz, Weinstock, Worob, Zelnick. 278 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB OFFICERS RUTH HUTCHESON , Pfmden, ANN SIMS . , - Vice-President MAE ELLEN DVORACHEK SeC,e,,,,y Treasurer FAYE GOREY . . . SPONSOR MISS MADCE COBLE MEMBERS TROYCE BARKER MRS. LOUISE BENNETT CARRIE BOYD FLORINE BURKE JOSEPHINE BUNCH ROISERTA CARPENTER YEVONNE CHARLESWORTH ZELMA CORLEY JUANITA Cox ELIZABETH DICKENSON MARTHA ANN DOUGLAS KATHERINE DVORACHEK MAE ELLEN DVORACHEK FANNIE JEAN ELMORE NANCY FERGUSON MARJORIE FUGITT FAYE GOREY MARGUERITE GRIFFIN DOROTHY GUILLIAMS MARJORIE GRUNNELS FLORENCE HARDING THEDA HENBEST NEVA HILL CLAUDIA MAI HOLT EVELYN I-IOLT BEVERLY I-IOI-PER VIVIAN HORTON RUTH HUTCHESON ELIZABETH IRBY AILEEN JONES NELL VIRGINIA KINCANNON LUCY MAE KRIEG VIRGINIA LATE GRACE JEWEL LINCOLN KATHRYN MAYDEN CAROLYN MCCULLOUGH WILMA MCKELVEY CHRISTINE MCKISSACK CECILA MIRES JESSIE MITCHELL DORIS P. MOORE EVELYN MULLINS MARTHA PATTON JUNE PAUL AMY GENE PEPPERKORN LULA RAE PIERCE RUIIELLE ROARK MARIE SHORT ANN SIMS JULIA MAE SMITH MARY LOU SMITH EVANGELINE SOUTER LORITA TOMLINE LORRAINE TWEEOY MILDRED WEIR FOYE WHITE KATHARYN ZIMMERMAN ERNESTINE MCLEMORE The Home Economics Club is one of the largest student organizations on the campus, with membership open to all girls in the Home Economics Department. It is affiliated with the State and American Home Economics Association, the only professional organization dealing with home economics problems. l I I 1-C- T : B lc , Boyd, Burke, Bunch, Carpenter, Chafesworth, Corley, Cox, Crut h , D ', n D . . Douglzilslj D::iIrach:l:,eIM. Dvorachek. Second: Elmore, Ferguson, Fugitt, Gorey, Griffinj Euilliiiahhz, JGurilri,iiS Dlflliidiriin' Henbesf Hill, Holt, E. Holt, Hopper, Horton, Hutcheson. Third: Irby, Jones, Kincunnon, Krieg, Late, Lincolh Nia ds, l h Mlfelve McKissack McLemore Mires, Mitchell, Moore, -Mullins. Fourth: Patton, Paul, Phppe,-J,mJ-ni M C ll , I I I , Pi:r:: Rifirk, Short, Sims, Smith, M. Smith, Souter, Tomllne, Tweedy, Weir, White, Zimmerman. 279 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS A CLUB LoUIs SHACKELFORD TOM GENTRY ALICE JONES WILDUR ARMSTRONG LLXZABETH BARNES DONALD BEAMAN JOHN ED CHAMBERS lKUTH CHERRY LORENE CRAWFORD iKOY DANUSER LLOYD DARNELL ARMINDA DOTY MARY DOWDEN WILLEEN LDWARDS MARIE FEARING OFFICERS i SPONSOR DR. D. Y. THOMAS MEMBERS GEORGE GARNER THOMAS GENTRY HELEN GILE LESLIE GRADY VIRGINIA GR:ENHAw MARGUERITTE GRIFFIN ELIZABETH GRIFFITH JACK GROBMYER JOHN GUNN HAROLD HIGHTOWER CHARLES HOLDER WANDA HOLLINGSWORTH P. K. HOLMES ALICE JONES B. F. JUNGKIND ROBERT KAGAN i'1ARRY LAND MARGARET MCALLlS'l'ER JAMESINA MCDANIELS RITA MARK MARTHA PATTON COYE PEARCE WILLIAM RENROSE RUTH PITTMAN MARGARET REEVES EWELL RICHARDSON . President Vice-President Secretary KATHLYN ROBINSON FRANCES ROSSNER HERBERT SCHLOSBERG LOUIS SHACKELFo::D' HELEN SPEARS LESLIE SPECK' ' CLAUDE SWEARINGENJ THADDEUS VANCE CAMILLE WALD'2ON H. L. WILLIAMS NADIA WOOD ERNIE WRIGHT The International Relations Club is one of many such Organizations established in both Amer- ican and foreign colleges and universities under the auspices of the Carnegie Endowment for Peace which supplies the various clubs with books dealing with international relations and 'resumes of im- portant and timely events taking place in the nations of the world. The Endowment also sends speakers to the district meets who are recognized for their ability in the field of international re- lations. Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas form the Southwest District. Tom Gentry represented this Club at the district meet in New Orleans this year. li- Top row: Barnes, Beaman, Crawford, Danuser, Dowdea, Edwards, Fearing, Garner, Gentry. Second: Gunn, High- tower, Hollingsworth, Holmes, Jones, Jungkind, Land, Mark, Patton. Third: Pearce, Pittman, Reeves, Robinson, Schlos- berg, Shackelford, Swcaringen, Waldron, Wright. 280 A MEN'S VIGILANCE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN JESS L. FERGUSON MEMBERS ARNOLD ADAMS MURRAY BYLANDER ROYCE ARTHURS MARK COHEN MAX BARRON JAMES EDSON JAMES BROWN JESS L. FERGUSON FRANK BRUMMITT R. L. FRASER ALEXANDER KLEINMAN BYRON MORSE T. L. STREETER BENJAMIN WOLFOANG The Vigilance Committee, as its name implies, maintains supposed vigil over the life of the lowly freshman, that he may not fall into error. Should he fall into error and walk on the sacred senior walk, or forget to wear the customary green cap on his humbly bowed head . . . woe be unto the freshman if the vigilance committee finds it Out. Some of the supposed penalties that the erring frosh were to be given were to call hogs in the main hall, count all of the names on the senior wallc, number the Steps in the main building, wear baby clothes, and carry out any reasonable command of the Vigilance Committee. I v . Q9 " 1 wasp: Ri Top row: Adams, Arthurs, Barron, Brown, Brummitt, Bylnnder. Second: Edson, Ferguson, Fraser, Morse, Wolfgang. 281 PI KAPPA . I -...,.t....,,,.:,.,,,,,.,,.,., OFFICERS BETTIE BARNES . . President BETTY A. NETTLESHIP . Vice-President MARY KATE GILMORE . Secretary PAULA BRAUN . Tredwfff MEMBERS . BETTIE BARNES ANNABETH CAIN MCCLURKIN JULIET MAYFIELD MARY WOOD BEAUCHAMP DOROTHY DOUGLAS BETTY A. NETTLESHIP I KATHERINE BELL MARY KATE GILMORE VIRGINIA CAIN SANSBURY MARY KATHRYN BELL JANE GOLDBEGK EARLENE UPCHURCH ' WINIFRED BITTINGER JEAN HEIDEN NELLE WADDELI. MARIAN BRINSON MARGARET JACOWAY SYBIL WHITE PAULA BRAUN HELEN JOHNSON MARY NEAL WYNN, Pi Kappa, a woman's professional journalistic sorority, was founded at the University of Ar- kansas in 1917. Membership of the group is made up of women who are planning to take up the profession of journalism, and only those who have shown marked interest, originality, and ability along these lines as well as having done-consistent and creditable work on student publica- tions, are recognized by the sorority. The purpose of the organization is to promote the interests of the profession and to bring about a more consummate feeling of cooperation and understanding among its membersf , 1 ,Q ,Ag ' A K ' J ii 'i VA. 2. 6 I A J 4 l, ' , J 7 .px 3 , 1 i 'A W' , in ,A , J ' ' ' all 1, ' no -5 ' 5 ' X 6 A ,, Q ' I V E, I 1 'nf I : , , X w .: ' I an ' fu .Q an . I . J y ,J p T . 8 x : V ' .E J 'Y .N , Q6 1' if 5- A f Q' I , K A? . fi V Q J 5: I ' - A :lf ,3 L.. " I - - 'li' . Q , KY - First row: Barnes, Beauchamp, Bell, M. K. Bell, Bittinger, Brinson, Brown. Second: McClurkin, Douglas, Gilmore, Goldbeck, Heiden, Jacoway, Johnson. Third: Mayfield, Nerzleship, Sansbury, Upchurch, Waddell, White, Wynn. 282 GRAHAM BLACK MYR DELLE CRESS ELLSWORTI-I CI-IUNN MARGUERITE GAVERE FRANCES MCMILLEN JOSEPH ADAMCIK GRAHAM BLACK MARIAN BRINSON ELLSWORTI-I CHUNN MARY COYLE POETRY CLUB OFFICERS PATRON S MISS -IOBELLE I-IOLCOIVIEE W. LEIVIKE COLLEGE MEMBERS MYR DELLE CRESS MARGUERITE GAVERE TOM HOLLAND PAUL MARINONI FRANCIS MCMILLEN ASSOCIATE MEMBERS . President . Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer . . S crap Book junior Representative ANNA RHEA MARY ELIZABETH SPENCER DAVID SOKOLOV WANDA WALTERS DAVIS WARREN MISS GRACE ALBRIGHT MRS. LILLIAN CRAVENS MRS. CHESTER A. DIXON MRS. ANNA TILLIVIAN BOYD MISS MARY ANNE DAVIS MRS. ROSA ZAGNONI MARINONI MRS. BARNETT SURE MISS VIRGINIA VAUGI-IN Enthusiastic are the members of the Poetry Club who meet monthly to read and discuss their own and others' verse. Membership is based on merit of poetry submitted and wish of applicants to further the Club's aims. Famous as international writer whose work has appeared in more varied magazines than any other, Mrs. Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni, Poet Laureate of Arkansas and of the Ozarks, is sponsor. She helped to found the organization in 1926 with Laurence F. Hawkins, onetime instructor of English. Members achieve two objects: improvement of their workg deeper appreciation of Verse. Maga. zines have printed some of their creations. Top row: Adamcik, Black, Brinson, Chunn, Coyle, Crass, Gavere. Second: Holland, Marinoni Rhea Sgkolov Spencer, Walters, Warren. 283 PRE-Msn CLUB OFFICERS PHILLIP MARK . . President DAVID TOPPERMAN Vife-President ARNOLD GOULD . Secretary FRANCES REYNOLDS . Treasurer MEMBERS . JOSEPH ADAMCIK C. H. BEASLEY DELBERT BERGENSTAL S. DEESON BOND JOSEPH BORN DOYLE BURNS ORA LEE CLARK JOHN DODSON DAVID DORFMAN JOHN DUMANSKI DAVID EANES RALPH H. ELLIOTT ALEXANDER ELLMAN ZENAS FORD ARNOLD HENRY GOULD ALEXANDER KLEINMAN THOMAS S. HARRIS R. L. HEBXRY ALDRIDGE JOHNSON ISAIH LEW PHILLIP MARK WILLIAM A. MATTHEWS GOLDMAN P. MAYNARD BETSY PAYNE COYE PEARCE I-IARRIET B. PHILLIPS A. R. PINKERTON JAMES REAMES - FRANCES REYNOLDS JOHN RIDDLER ' KATHLYN ROBINSON ARTHUR ROTHMAN ' SIDNEY SCHIEE 'A DAVID TOPPERMAN JOHN P. WOOD The Pre-Med Club was reorganized in the fall of 1934 after several years of inactivity on the campus. The purpose of the club is to encourage pre-med students in their worlc and to promote interest in the field of medicine and the associated sciences. Dr. Harrison Hale, head of the chemistry department, has acted as sponsor for the Pre-Med club. ' - JI Y . X y J fr I. , ' I 9. i K if J 4 QP Q 5' .' 3 ' ,s 3 A A First row: Adamcilc, Beasley, Bergenstal, Bond, Born, Burns, Clark, Dodson, Dorfman, Dumanski, Eanes, Elliott, Second: Ellman, Ford, Gould, Kleinman, Harris, Henry, Johnson, Lew, Mark, Matthews, Maynard, Payne. Third: Pearce, Phillips, Pinkerton, Reames, Reynolds, Riddler, Robinson, Ro:hman, Schiff, Topperman, Wood, Weinstock. 284 THE commence GUILD ' 1 ,QL "Ax' ,:L::1'1::g l-L.:iflT1 OFFICERS CHARLES DOUGLAS . President HAROLD I-IIGHTOWER . Vice-President RAY B. VAUGHTERS . . Secretary BYRON SPARKS . ...... . . Treasurer SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES BILL DUNN CURTIS WATKINS WILSON FALLS C. M. Ross JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES ANN PICKENS ROD BELL FRANK BRUMMITT JIMMY CLARK SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES CHARLES MEYER VANCE SCURLOCK LEANDER MUNCY R. R. PETERSON FRESI-IMAN REPRESENTATIVES JULIA SIMPSON TOM JOHNSTON SIDNEY RANKIN DAVID PARTAIN The Commerce Guild is an organization open to all commerce and pre-commerce students. Its purpose is both scholastic and social. In the scholastic field it arranges for notable speakers and sponsors industrial tours to points of interest. In the social field it conducts the spring banquet of the business school and sponsors any oth- er form of entertainment that may be desired. Primarily of course it is to promote the interests of the students of the School of Business Ad- ministration. First row: Bell, Bfummiff, Clark, Douglas, DUNN, Falls, Highfower, Johnston, Meyer, Muncy, Second: Parmin Peterson, Pickens, Rankin, Ross, Scurlock, Simpson, Sparks, Vaughrers, Watkiims. ' 285 THETA TAU OFFICERS Bos MILNER President W. H. DAVIDSON . Vice-President LADD DAvIEs Secretary BOE NIENSTEDT . STERLING CLARK DELBERT CONGER W. H. DAVIDSON LADD DAVIES ROLFE ELDRIDGE JOHN HOLDEN MEMBERS , LOUIS IBISON LARRY KELLEY WILLIAM LEWIS JR. BILL MILNER BOB MXLNER BOB NIENSTEDT . Treasurer GEORGE SANSBURY W. H. SAUNDERS DELBERT SCHMAND JOHN SHARARD ' BILL STELZNER , JACK WYATT Theta Tau was founded at the University of of Minnesota on October 15, 1904. It was from the first intended to be a professional engineering fraternity to inculcate high ethical and profession- al standards and to foster close fraternial relations among its members. Membership is limited to students of engineering of "personal worthiness and of promising engineering ability." Its scholastic standards are high. It does not permit its members to join other engineering fraternities except hon- orary or scholastic organizations. Until 1911 the fraternity was also known as "Hammer and Tongs," but in that year the Greek letter name which now appears on the badge was adopted. Upsilon Chapter was established at the University of Arkansas in 1928, and has been consist- ently active in Engineering School affairs. , an I 'F' f Xl V V V 'gm qw, 1,11 "' -' ,QC 9 CLF' . V 6 I? 'gx' it r .1 J First row: Clark, Conger, Davidson, Davies, Eldridge, Holden, Kelley, Lewis. Second: Miln-r, Wyatt, Stelzncr, Shapard, Schmand, Sansbury, Nienstedt, Milner. 286 UNIVERSITY CHORUS OFFICERS ELLSWORTH CHUNN , Pregideng jisssirf MAE Kira Vice-President RITA MARK . Secretary-Treasurer GRAHAM BLACK Librarian DAVIS WARRIYN Accompanirt Changing radically from tradition, the singing organization of the University this season metamorphosed from the Men's Glee Club to th: University Mixed Chorus. In former years, the only feminine touch had been an occasional girl soloist. Professor Harry E. Shultz, European-traine:l, jovial, chubby director, head of the Music De- partment, inaugurated a male and female group in the fall. Its immediate success prophesies fu- ture attainments. .,, , , , . . , h ,A V A p i I W :nn-pnu..4w-s. 'f--1 do - i - - - .a.....A ., - -Tn- g Douthitt, Russum, Chunn, Rhea, Dudley, Lillard, Coffman, Dvo. h lt, Bl. 'lc G'd R - Read, Gregg, Payne, johnson, Dowden, Saunders, Ridley. Walker. 'Iliirflz Colt Mariiiciilin Lifsldi Ivscciglzfii , Champion, Burke, Mark, Goldbeck, Harding, Warreii, Wriiglit. Fourth: Adamcilc, Peters lirowiiin y,D1'e Wfade, Gardner, Rainey, Pegg. Randall, Freeman, jackson, Davis. 1 g' U' First row Hughes, KIFC. net! Rchinson. 287 ,UNIVERSITY MEN'S CLASS MEMBERS E. B. WARD . President THOMAS MCDANIEL . . Vice-President ELMER HONEA . Secretary BOB MILNER Treasurer STAFF DR. HARRISON I-IALE . . .A Teacher DR. DAVIS RICHARDSON . Assistant Teacher GEORGE COLE . Associate Teacher GLEN ROSE . . . Asscnciate Teacher MRS. IONE LEAMING . . Mother This class has been functioning as the University Men's Class under Dr. Hale since 1918. For the past ten years it has had an average attendance of 73 per Sunday. All University men are in- vited to attend its meetings at the Central Presbyterian Church. . , E . ' . . 288 JAMES ROY HELEN GILE . LOUISE GARDNER ROBERT MAIN GEORGE HARVEY MRS. V. L. BAKER ELAINE ARENDALE ROYCE ARTHURS FAY BLACKBURN RAY BLARELY LOUISE BURTON IMOGENE COGER MARY COYLE CURTIS CROUCH ROY DANUSER VICTOR DIDINSKY MARTHA EARLE ELOISE ENGLISH NANCY FERGUSON UNI VERSITY THEA OFFICERS MEMBERS LOUISE GARDNER JACK GARNER HELEN GILE BILLY GREESON MARJORIE GUNNELS GEORGE L. HARVEY JACK HOBSON FRANCES HOLTZENDORFF MARY ALICE HORNE CHARLES IVY MARY SUE JOHNSON ALICE JONES BERNICE LICHTY LOUISE LILLARD ELIZABETH LYON R. L. MAIN MARY JO MCCLENDON ANNABETH MCCLURKIN ELIZABETH MCCOY CHARLES MCCRAY FRED MCGUE FLOYD MELTON NANCY LEE NEWLAND JANICE MILLS HOWARD MITCHELL BESS NORRIS PATSY PECK BILL PENROSE The University Theater, official dramatic organization of che department of speech, was or- ganized in October, 1932, under the sponsorship of Professor V. L. Baker. , ,...,, -1' I R E . President Secretary . . Treasurer Publicity Manager . Electrician Director RUTH PITTMAN NEIL PRESTON JAMES ROY SARABEL ROBERTS VIRGINIA SANSBURY MARIE SHORT EARL SIMPSON DAVE SOKOLOV JEFF STEINHART CECIL BESS THOMPSON JEAN TI-IURLBY MAXINE TROUT LEO WINTKER This year the program included "Ladies of the Jury," "Ivory Door," a Christmas program, "Why the Chimes Rang," and a puppet show, "The Doctor In Spite of Himself," directed by Mrs. V. L. Baker, "A Winter'S Tale," and three one act plays, "Helena's Husbandf, "The Slave with Two Faces," and "Rising of the Moon," were directed by Blair Hart. One hundred thirty took part this year in plays. T I Arthurs, Blackburn, Blakely, Burton, Coger, Coyle, C l-1, D , DH' k y F , Gila, Gzecgiolh, Gunnels, Harvey, Hobson, Holtzendorff, Horne, Ivy, ?iJll:i1son,aJ1dlIi::, yThii:c?iisEiiGn?alzillT1r' lsligligii dgn, McClurkin, McCoy, McGue, Melton, Newland, Mills, Mitchell, Norris, Peck. Fourth: Penrose, Pittman Presiton Roy Roberts, Sansbury, Short, Simpson, Sokolov, Steinhart, Troutt, Wintker. i U ' 289 ROBERT L. MAIN BETH WHELAN EVELYN WILLIAMS HELEN GILE BERNICE BARNETT MARIAN BRINSON LEE CLINE WILL DYER HELEN GILE ELWIN GILLILAND WESLEY PLAYERWS OFFICERS MEMBERS JOHN HOLLOMAN HELEN GRAHAM LOIS HITE JOHN HUDSPETH MAY HUNT RUTH HUTCHESON MASTON JACKS HELEN JOHNSON MARY KANE BERNICE LICHTY ROBERT L. MAIN REX MULLEN President . Vice-Presid ent Secretary Treasurer WILLIAM PENROSE RUTH PITTMAN . CARL ROWDENI - HELEN SPEARS CHARLES L. SPENCER BETH WHELAN Wesley Players has found a definite place in the lives of University students interested in dramatics. It is an organization composed of all University students who are interested in dra- matic productions. Beside dramatic productions for the school, the organization cooperates with the various churches in presentation of seasonal plays and religious dramas. i I . 3 N' ' H V9 . fa --if ffl an ffffg Top row: Barnett, Brinson, Cline, Dyer, Gile, Gilliland, Hclloman, Graham. Second: Hite, Hudspcth, Hunt, Hut- cheson, Jacks, Johnson, Kane, Lichty. Third: Main, Mullen, Penrose, Pittman, Rowden, Spears, Spencer, Whelan. 290 iWOMEN'S COMMERCE CLUB it OFFICERS MABEL LOUISE CHAMPION . , Prefidem EDITH MAE HAND Vice-President MARY LOUISE OLIVER , Secregdfy EMILY ANN PICKENS , Treasure, MEMBERS BERNIECE BARNETT ANNIE GOODWIN BERNARDINE PAYNE jo BLUNK EDITH MAE HAND ANN PICKENS MADEL CHAMPION ELLA MAE I-IERREN MAJEL PITTS VIRGINIA CREEKMORE DIANA KINKEAD ANN PRITCHARD BETTY SUE CUNNINGHAM KULA MAKRIS LOUISE RAMSEY SALLIE DUDLEY MARY Jo MCCLENDON WINIFRED REITZ MARGARET GAVERE MARY LOUISE OLIVER FAE RUSSELL GLORIA GOOCH MARY NEAL WYNN The Women's Commerce Guild was organized April 21, 1936, under the sponsorship of Dr. A. W. Jamison, with the approval of Dr. C. C. Fichtner. The purpose of the organization is "To promote the cause of higher business education and training for all women, to foster high ideals for women in business careers, and to encourage fraternity and cooperation among women prepar- ing for such careers." This organization has made it possible for the women in the School of Business Administration to meet socially and to broaden their perspectives through the association with others who are working toward similar goals. Mrs. Pearl E. Green, a member of the School of Business Administration faculty, is an hon- orary member. '1' : Barnett, Blunk, Champion, Creekmore, Cunningham, Dudle , G , G h. S dz G od ' Hen-gr:PKiii,1vl:ead, Makris, McClenclon, Oliver, Payne. Third: Pickens, Pitts? Priixglizliid, lgaictisey, RES, Ruslll,wilyyrii1Ijmd, 291 - WOMEN'S LEAGUE OFFICERS BILLIE RUTH JAMES . President BETTIE BARNES . Vice-President RUTH HUTCHESON Secretary RUTH PENROSE . Treasurer The Women's League was organized at the University of Arkansas in 1926 by the women students of the institution with the purpose of bringing about a closer unity and a moreiconcerted organization among the women students. The organization became active immediately. It has seen a steady growth. A The League attempts to promote good fellowship and cooperation among the women students and to uphold the highest standards of honor, scholarship, and loyalty to the University. Women who would otherwise remain comparative strangers due to the clannishness of campus social groups, are brought into close contact. Other colleges and universities adopted the idea of a banded body of women and have found- ed similar organizations to promote cooperation among women students. We feel a little pride in the fact that Arkansas was a pioneer in this field. 5? dl Q4 r 'I wl?gI" ' in ? f'!I.' BARNES JAMES HUTCHESON PENROSE 292 CQRIL RICKETT EARL WILDY CLAY HANsEN RussELL WIDMER W S. GREGSON KENNETH BATES J. T. BERRY J. T. BOUNDS LAWRENCE BRONOUGH JAMEs L. BROWN LENDON CHAMBERS LEON CHAMBERS JOHN CRAVENS DAN DENNINGTON SIDNEY FAIRCHILD LEsTER FINLEY ELWIN GILLILAND Y. M. C. A. OFFICERS MEMBERS IVAN GILLILAND ADRIAN Goss HARRY L. GRIFFIN CLAY HANSEN FRED HARPER THAYER HENDRICKSON FRANK HOLT ELMER HONEA LEO HONEA JOHN E. KANE JAMES A. KIPPLE GRADY KNIGHT J. C. LEMMS M. CARL MARTIN BOB MCKNIGHT EDWARD MONT WOODROW NICKELS WILLIAM NIVENS WILLIAM PENROSE EARL PETTIJOHN JACK REED CYRIL RICKETT HERBERT SCHLOSBERG VANCE SCURLOCK . President . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer General Secretary THOMAS J. SILVEY HAROLD SNYDER JACK SOWDER JOHN SPICER J. D. STEINHART PAUL SULLINS HOWARD THORPE COLE WESTBROOK RUSSELL Z. WIDMER EARL WILDY EARNIE WRIGHT The Y. M. C. A. promotes Christian worlc upon the campus. The Y. M. C. A. at the Uni- versity of Arkansas is organized for the same purpose as the national organization, and for the f lc' the student feel at home. The ideal of service as the basis of all worthy en- purpose o ma Ing h b n the motive of W. S. Gregson, general secretary of the organization, to whose un- terprise as ee ff th success of Y. M. C. A. at the University is due. During his fourteen years upon tiringe orts e the campus he has given his whole life and soul to his work. I i ur A Ili Q, E 0 l , X I tg. l - . -, lp ...I 'A 4 . , H . . . Q' "V -V ' l' 'l' 'F " "' .gi '. ' .5 F . ' ii ' A .J - . , i iv K- x Ns V , J i' - 1 s - "' . 1 -'fi' Q . x 9 . J x Z' I 4 gr Y T 1 Bates, Berry, Bounds, Brown, Chambers, Crarcns, Fairchild, Finley, E. G'll'l d, G'll'l d, G ' ' Hangs? Ifizigper. Second: Hendrickson, Holt, Honea, Kane, Kipple, Knight, Lemms, Ma:tii1?nMcKei1di:rMcKZi2htGlili:i:dlc1: els Niven, Penfgse, Pettijohn. Third: Rickett, Schlosberg, Ssurlock, Silvey, Snyder, Sowder, Spi:er, Steinhart Eulling Tiicrpe, Westbrook, Wnldy, Wright. 293 VIRGINIA ROBINSON . MARY ELIZABETH SWISHER LOUISE DACUs . . . RENNA CATHERINE FRANKLIN CAROLINE BEEM MARIA BoURLANo MARGARET BRIGGS JosEPHINE BUNCH VIRGINIA BUNCH VICTRY BARNETT EUGENIA CALLAHAN MARY H. CASTLEBERRY IMOGENE COGER JUANITA Cox LOUISE DACUS ARMINDA DOTY MARTHA DOUGLAS ELIZABETH DUDLEY KATHERINE DVORACHEK MARTHA EARLE NANCY FERGUSON RENNA FRANKLIN RUTH GILBERT HELEN GILE ANNIE MAE GOODWIN Y. W. C. A. OFFICERS MEMBERS MARGARET GREER MARIAN HAMP IRA LEE HAYS VIRGINIA HINKLE EVELYN HoLT VERA MAE HOLT ELIZABETH IRBY LORETTA KENDRICK GRACE JEXVELL LINCOLN MARGARET MCALLISTER RUTH MCCORD ANNABETH MCCLURKIN EDITH MCCRARY PRENTISS MCKOWN RUTH MCWILLIAMS JANE MITCHELL YvoNNE NORMAN JEWELL OTT MARY ELLA PARKINSON LINA JUNE PAUL . President . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer MARY ELIZABETH PEGG ESTHER PooLE EDWINA PORTER - MARGARET REEvEs MARGARET REED ROBERTA ROBINSON BERNICE RUSHER- BLOSSOM ROARK I RUBELLE ROARK VIRGINIA ROBINSON. MARY ALICE ROWELL MILDRED SCHEID JULIA MAE SMITH ' MARILOU SMITH MARY SWISHER EUGENIA STACY- ' ELIZABETH THoMAs W MARY K. WHITTAKER RUTH WRIGHT CAROLYN WYRICK MARY CATHERINE YANCEY The Young Women's Christian Association works with unmitigated effort to promote Chris- tian work at the University. All University. women are invited to take an active part in all work at all time. Among its duties is that of making the freshmen feel at home during the trying months after they first arrive at the University. It aids to help them get acquainted and feel welcome in the institution. This year, in order to promote a friendly feeling among the women students, YWCA mem- bers have sponsored bi-monthly teas. ., i . U A f oo- , 4. .4 A -' "- 9' ' PJ F9 "if A A ' ' m he , K A . 5 N-a It It R e 1- ' 0 'M Q, ' , as -V. . 43' v J l J I I A 'N., 'C W A 1 ' A l I 3 ' is " 1. A A + . I' 2, + . i ' J, , J L Q g 'Q L: I J .I "L - ...as Iv J 'I' , ' I A Ji X u, S" J' lx 4 1 . 1 A JL Top row: Beem, Bourland, Briggs, Bunch, Virginia Bunch, Burnett, Callahan, Cnstleberry, Coger, Cc-x, Dacus, Doty, Douglas, Dudley, Dvorachek, Earle. Second: Ferguson, Franklin, Gilbert, Gile, Goodwin, Greer, Harnp, Hays, Hinkle, Holt, V. M. Holt, Irby, Kendrick, Lincoln, McAllister, McCord. Third: McClurkin, McCrary, McKown, McWilliams, Mitchell, Norman, Ott, Parkinson, Paul, Pegg, Poole Porter, Reeves, Reed, Robinson. Fourth: Rusher, Rcark, Rubelle Roark, Robinson, Rowell, S.heicl, Smith, Marilou Smith, Swisher, Stacy, Thomas, Whittaker, Wright, Wyrick, Yancey. 294 g 1 uv v Q65 f 5' A5 Q- i 'S W F 6 4 if .M A X, 1 " EXTRA,1937 0 0 ssusz IA x Politics open in 153i when "Tweed" Gardner, reinforced by his intimate chum, "Mussolini" Didinsky, dangled 200 votes before the greedy eyes of "Trick-eye" McDaniel. The pact was sealed in the above touching' scene. Next day amid uproarious laughter and the most awful jibes, "Prexy" Howell was informed with a soak across the facial featu1'es, of the gi- gantic coup. He uttered crossly, "I have been crossed, recross'ed, and double crossed in a most fierce man- ner. Damn." af f-. it - ox. , E xl " 4 Y N A 'I 5: F ." T "xx -. n . ,' . y ' V X V 1 4. . V+, , .5 W I di., , x X 7.x X A Q , ' -aww ' 5 rv A'-w l 'U - A H . 4 , Things began to pop when 'iCommand- ant" Woods heard rumors. He turned sharply on the ball of his left foot and the heel of his -right foot and saluted vigorously. 1 .sf Smoke saturated atmosphere was dis- turbed no end when "The Little Eman- cipator"- flayed the ether waves with a stream of oratory that rolled the teeming masses in the aisles at the opening' Independent rally. p 5' M! sf.""f7' High pressure was placed tactfully on the president by "Sliclcer" Cunning'- ham when the astounding' news went the rounds that a Chi Omega, a Chio of all things, imagine, had been kick- ed out of the race. Heated protests rent the air as "Trick- eye" took the Deacon to task for his alleged denouncement of the Chios. The Deacon replied that he had me1'e- ly seen his predestined duty and done it honestly. Masculinity entered the fracas as "Es- quire" Nisbet exerted his wiles at the bar ofbeautiful Blossom Heath in an effort to win support for the Razor- backs. A couple of hangers-on are shown helping' out the cause. , gl-gif.: kg.. ,bi-,N-Hf,,y.5l.f..5.K .... . 6 , L . - '- 7i'+lli7"L'-L"+f.'S:?'fV"5!"i'r'? 53 ' "12:Y'i??' 5' i : 5i"i A' 3?i ,. 1 4 Q9 ' .' it D- 1' ' K . l fffff ' ' I 3 .Y . ' " 1 ' 'Q fy , e Q n - 3 if - i if f., V4 6 I 'lg 5 Q Typical scene of hila1'ity is the one above. of "Heat-wave" Happy when the silver lining shone a1'ound the storm clouds due to P1'esident Fu- t.rall's ruling. Late1', however, the lining' disappeared and it rained like hell and hasn't stopped yet. Typical scene of 1'emorse and thoughts of vengeance is the one above of "Blank-shot" Gunn, alias "Cap pistol", John, as he sits in solitude with his trusty musket p1'eparatory to gather- ing wild petunias with which to com- fort Chios in their sorrow. X, LIFE,GOES T0 A DEAD PARTY THE HOARD CF COMPLICATIONS t m ,X I, r f- e - - T 4 ,f-ff: 4. ' fx. -R N ? V -A ' "' ii, w fi..-'I XT M f - if ,. fr, , N .L AQ , .-90. e i 51 'l ' 1' A f 'T ll I 1 ,j 'S f ' X I "f JR, ,djmz X ' , ' af, ,, 1' ' J -r,. fy 0? M, JI! " E ' 'ill -r 1 ' -Q r 'j x I tn. V Af ' I? , r 2 M 'X 1 V ' J 91:21 ' ' ,-:Lg ' V ,- f ., f ' 2 '..1 K-, Ez: " . 4 ' ' r E A: V' ' ' ' i , lou v,, W- -r 5 1' ' ix - , x Y g Q r g 'T , ages' ,i.+',f fir M' +A T so N f 5250 i N xy 4, A, . - , ' I . , ef 5 A - AQXQAK . 'RFI' L: "', Z Jie' , In - W- - A NIGHT AT THE HORSE OPERA It was down in Bucl's old Royal on the south side of the square On a balmy Sunday evening and a goodly crowd was there. There was the guy in the balcony who sprinkled the people below And a gal who shouted all through the show at the people she "ought to know". The pest was there who climbed over the seats in the middle of the row, And the boy and the girl at the very back, who clidn't come for the show. The peanut shells crackling all over the house made a noise that sounded like hail, While one of the cats, who haunted the place, sang in an off-key wail. A dizzy blond kept hopping up to find out who was there. Nobody knew what the picture was and no one seemed to care. t"""" A gfwyv, f T X , f. ARKANSAS LEGENDS A ,X A i , ,., ,.. M, ,Ml ,-.-.,. ,we ANn LIVING. . . f V . . . . . . both have their place some- 4. NMFA, Z where, the Razoiback used to think. 'Y 1 I - ' Here are the first sketches ol' the . I 5' . . . Qld'-1"" "" 'ww' ' " ' , proposed pictures as presented to Lite ' h -".-- ' by the artist in one ol' his more lucid - 'K 5 g xg, . . up -fir--H-Syvwa . i 'L moments. It was originally planned Q J' 4, ., , . I A , ' in, . ' 5- - . to paint these murals on the walls ol V' X .i jx 'N Y 5'- , V Q, , . J L various buildingrs about the campus I S: A-, ,G ' 1 - ,, 1 -. 4 1 -J 'kk d.'Nx'.?vg isp I I U but the plan was abandoned when the " X Q-3' , 'Yr v . ' A 'rf A w artist refused to paint on school walls 6 - ., ' Q , X 1 . , Y i because, he said, he had spent all his ' 3 , ' " 'f school life standing' with his face to I , g g' W U Q V .' 2 f- - the wall and anyway the horse hair - X N". . 1 gf, ' si , l X ffl' -.V . A Q . 1 in the plaster made him think of' 4' , . , .. I A .' ,l-- ix W stables, stables made him think of X fr-lf, . A J 'cs 4 ., f . horses, horses made him think of hay, - J , , -I . and hay grave him hay fever. ' , if A "1 J Y . at 'J N 'l'o gather atmosphere the artist cut , gf classes for four weeks so that he Q . l 0 . In I' our student politicians fabovej reverently clasp their hands just before the col U. could see school life first hand. It then took him six weeks to recover fContlnucd on next pngsi burning above his head is just an electric light. One big happy family at home and at school tbelowj. A couple of eo-eds from a couple of sororities get a bit of motherly advice. An inside picture of life in a sorority shows the girls hard at work appreciating the boys who are hard at work being' appreciated. The scene fades into a street of the busy city with Mt. Sequoyah beyond. A bit of dead wood can also be seen close by the door, and over one wall is the top of Carnall Hall, a blaze of light and brilliance. This mural would be placed somewhere . . . probably. is ...W tion plate is passed at Sunday morning' service in this mural proposed for the north Wfili of the first floor in the middle of the corridor in the new Law Building' . . . the illftli shinks. Half of the mural depicts a pretentious dive "where,some of the b03fS Qui whooping it up" beneath a cold winter moon. The lemonade is pink to lend a if-PSULIER air. In the foreground is an allegorical fieure representing' a scholar and the lui. il .r .L Ml 4+-C 1 1 fl, ll. l 'Www .. ., f' i ,J s Students at play faboveh relax from the toil of sehool in the shadow of "Old Main's" towers and the smoke from the heating' plant. This mural also may be put somewhere . . . the artist doesn't think. Two students spoof on the spoofer stone while in the fore- ground another couple play tag with a beer bottle down by the tracks in a Shuler cafe, and a g'ood time is had by all. The artist has also given his impression of cheek-to- cheek dancing' and the Arkansas Hop as done by a group of experts. When asked why the flag' was at half-mast he mumbled something' about the hope being' broken and went back to his mud pies. Close examination will also show a steam shovel, a slot ma- chine, a street lig'ht, a senior walk, an interested spectator, and a few t1'ees of assorted sizes scattered here and the1'e. Also one good chair and a g'irl's foot that don't seem to belong to any one. In 1937 LIFE? commissioned Hack MaeAng'elo .lobson to paint a mural history of the Arkansas campus to be donated to the school in memory of fContinued from preceding page, and when he finally was able to go to work he had forgotten what he was Slllllwsefl L0 'lo' These llicuwes are the Hog Wallow. MaeAng'elo comes the result. Characters are taken from f,-Om H long- lim of Om,-k 1-iut0,.i0,. actual life but the artist lost his rlf:c'01':1t01'S". At the use ffl' three he painted his first mural with his tooth brush on the bathroom mirror. Since then he has written l1is name on the walls of the most famous building's memory as the result of being hit on the hand by a two dollar bill and now can't remember the names of students in the murals. A full solution ol the in the State of A,.kunSn5' Success, murals including' addresses and phone however, first came when he painted a mustache on a billboard picture of numbers can be had, however, by b Greta Garbo. Soon after this he en-- l' ' z exchange list of ihone l . imma m I tered the University of Arkansas where he now plans to carry on his ed bills to the artist on or before the noble Wo,-kt He will pmbublv die numbers and two dollars in unmark- date he leaves school. soon. ffifrr 11. .eg is E "If 5 'fi V x fs-5 PRIVATE LIVES . . JOHN HARRISON: Abstin- ence, keeper of the pink ele- phants. DAVID BATEMAN: Agrarian- ism, fawn in a cutaway. JIMMIE SEAY: Tom Sawyer at college, self-respect. MARY CATHERINE YAN- CEY: Smooth, nitro in a vanity case. JOHN GUNN: Race horse left at the post. JOE NEBLETT: Sauve, drum sticks with the jitters. COLEMAN NOLEN: Super- cilious, cold fish in silk pants. MAX BARRON: Butcher, Joe Louis in white wash. LENA MILLS N E W T O N: Giggles, Venus in pumps. LARRY KEELY: Vanity, Cup- id's advocate. BYRON MORSE: Affection, carbon copy humor. BOBBY GOFF: Shiner deluxe, wallflower who learned to dance. SKITCH THOMPSON: Little Lord Fauntleroy in long pants. LEONARD RUSSUM: Genius, Einstein with a haircut. LEONIDAS MACK: Classy, Legal Adonis. 1 MA 51-onrvm ARKANSAS I. GULP Q ARFMSA' DANCE PROYANE " FLIGHT GF- the SWALLQN wma: mssua ' U N - ' ,Meet THE A' -- , DRUNK M cuss ' ,- CAMPUS LIFE IN A PORTFOLIO OF RARE PRINTS LlFE'S ALBUM.. Shadow-handed destiny held in its su- D1'eme tribunal that we three boyhood chums Sh0uld have a sorrowful parting: We are ull so different. Bruce turned out to be a 'llCe guy and a square shooter, but I, J. J. Dilger falias Dag'g'ettJ hang' my head in flhame. I, Bruce T. Bullion am called 'Bull" by friends, and they don't rei'er to li0bacco. I We two mates are hotshots, as the pro- letariat would have it. Come Sunday af- ternoons we went buggy riding: We rode lheessantly, and now, even in walking, have that certain buggy swing. When I, the great Paul Latture, entered this g'reater University, little did I think that my fame had spread so far that llean Ripley would fingerprint nic. I I, Griffin Smith, .Ir., take great pleasure lh stealing' a kiss occasionally. One g'al asked me why I wanted to kiss her and I Just told her, "My lips itch." Another ask- Ud me why, and I told her, "l'm thirsty." I spent my boyhood in Cotton Plant rc- lating' to all comers thc greatness ol' .Iohn Diffy. Later I moved across the street, out UI' Cotton Plant, and now I'm at the Uni- versity telling' everybody about me. Did yOu know that my godfathcrs were Ilart, Shaffner, and Marx '! I'nl from Texas and you can't steer me, Alexander fThe Greatj Wykcliff Nisbet. They called me "The Bull of the Pampas" when I played football . l'm too good for these sissies here, but I do watch some of the games If I can get enough girls to fro with me. I, .Ioe Emmett fSheiky Eyebrows' Neb- lett, to aid the cause of the Independent party in the last campaign, exerted my Wiles on the lovtly Wanda Walters. I want- ed to get Wanda's 555,000,000 she got sell- mil' poetry to put in the election fund to help Deacon. Even before I passed from infancy into Stalwart manhood, I, Clayton Nolen Little, had learned the political ropes. Often I kissed mamma out of a licking, and kissed Dapa out of terrible tantrums. Then I came to the University but I failed with the Chi Omegas in 1936 and in 1937 Pi Phis Wouldn't do such thIng's. 9, Vi, ill'- , . 1 SPE AKING UF PICTURES SURE, TWA5 NUNE UF CENSORED :VERY GIRL My susmfss. svn. RUM 6 NO SKINNY woMAN OUNCE HAS AN A qw-YOU cAN BE Mons BEAUTIFUL ff ?'w.f , A TR THIS ON YCDUR MAN ' plcture IS MOIIICI' Slwllld kll6W CENSORED Jhoxs rch A Y za-154 ZAx'!47'll!2Q 1 f th woo ens or ese L TRIPLETS A I t the tru 1 XRI NTS nm, ' 50 to 21 Mon fff X710 L ff ffm in ihe midsi' Sf l1azard5 ' IN CLOSING.. . . . . L Well, this is the end of the RAZORBACK, the end of the year, and the end of a day at Arkansas. We hope you've enjoyed your trip about the campus and that you haven't found too many things to annoy you. But, above all else, we hope that you haven't been bored. .. And now that you've finished this day, this year, this RAZORBACK, we want just one land word, not of farewell, for an annual should never be discarded, but rather one last note before you start your criticisms, complaints, and general hue and cryg one last chance to tell you that we have worked all year to be able to give you this single day. That we have taken pictures, pasted pictures, written and re- written copy. That we have sworn and been sworn at. That we have finally fin- ished our work and now turn the results of that work over to you. But before you leave, here is just one last word of advice for you: This day and your other days at Arkansas will probably be among the happiest is your life, hard though that may be to believe. 'So keep this book and let is help to introduce you again and again to Today at Arkansas. -The Satff 303 ' .uni A--- ---1.1 :: o4::::::::: :: ::: oooc:::::::: x . IUNIINVIEIIQSIHTNY WI lx lb IBCWDIN STCDIRIE ' Everything the Stuclent Needs ' ,, "CN 'lflI'1 IE ' CAIVIIIPUSW . l I Prompt Attention to Mnil Orders PHONE 250 EE 304 I II Qqqocooooaoooeaooooooo ooooooo 'W p..----------- ---------------- II II II II , J. C. PENNEY CO. 1 FAYETTEVILLE'S I MOST ECONOMICALLY I PRICED Department Store II II II peeoooocooooooocooooocooeoooeoco Compliments of SL TRU T CO. FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS "Serving This Seelion and the University Since 1871" ooo--I1 I I II II I I I II I II II II II II ...I aeoooooooooq oooeoeooooq II II I I II II I I I I II II I II II I I I I II I I I I II II oooooo-oooeooeq goooeeooooooo ooooooooo I f..---------..-------------------- II I FIRST I NATIONAL BANK EASON at co. FAYETTEVILLE'S LEADING INSURANCE AGENCY 1: Phone 99 The MQILROY B I"lL'.Q'BQ.QQIQ'2fQQQL1lQQL"'I SHOP I II II II I II II I II I I II I 'I FASHIONABLE ATTIRE FOR 'I YOUNG LADIES READY-TO-WEAR I-IOSIERY, LINGERIE "On the Square" I II II II II II -od ' FI. Smith, Ark. I Oldest National Bank in the State : 1872-1937 , 65 Years' Continuous Service ,, Member F.D.I.C. II H-Q------------------------0--- I I II II II I I II I II II II II II II II ood Q4 roooooooooooocqooocqqoo ---ooo 1 THE DOMINANT A A FURNITURE STORE '- 'I SPALDING b IN FT- SMITH It i SPORTING GOODS 1. EADS BROS. I 1 'T 11 FURNITURE COMPANY E1 UPTOWN li FT. SMITH, ARK. E , LEWIS BROS. CO. A 1: ' ' COMPLIMENTS OF THE . . . . PICTURES AND 'DZAIQIN STAGE SHOWS Continually " IWXILNCIE Sh . ' owing the 0 New and Best IIQQDXYPXIL FIRST I ALL FAYETTEVILLE THEATRES and WM. F. CBillD SONNEMAN, Mgr. ORIGINATOR OF ARK. UNIV. BOOSTER CLUB P - ll ll . I l - SILVERMA . MAJESTIC 1' NBROS C A F E I N' ' For Fraternity Jewelry I 0' :I ' Watch Repairing ' GOOD SERVICE I ' See Silverman Bros. EXCELLENT FOOD , E: 4: North Side Square b 0 coo n ooo -soc neocon- -eo ooooqeoqoooco QQQQQQQQQQQQQQ 306 ooeoooooooooo ocoo oo Q1-oooqooooooooaoooqeo Q Qoooo so ---,,--,,,,, oooaeaoooooeoooecooo oooooooooooooooooooooo oe oooo--.goose Red Cross Drug tore HAS THAT SNAPPY DELIVERY SERVICE OF . . Toilet Goods . . Sodas , . Drugs . . Sandwiches Try That Delicious Red Cross Ice Cream The Student "Up-Town" Drug Store QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ o f4'000-0" "0' "" I U - 1 U CALVERT-McBRIDE R: EE EAT ' ' ' PRINTING CO, Holsum Bread and Cakes "The District's Foremost U "The Southis Finest" Printersn EE SHIPLEY BAKING co. 20-22 North Eighth S ffeef U gg Ft- Smith, Ark- 228 N. School Fayetteville 0 4l ..----------------..--------..4 3Q-----QQ-----------------------..4 TIMES RECORD .... SOUTHWEST AMERICAN TWO Gooo NEWSPAPERS Always Promoting the U. of A. FT. SMITH, ARKANSAS 307 oooooooo QQ ooooooooooooooo Qooooooooooqooo ooooooooQQQQQQ-oooooooooooooogoooooeooeooo g-Q4 ceo -A--- ------:ro--oo4:----:pq:----gpqq:-------9.gQQ4:-- , , HIQST NATlONAl A BANK Tl'llf STUDENTS' BANK. Capital, Surplus, and Profits- S290,000.00 FAYETTEVILLE, 'ARKANSAS Oldest and Strongest Bank in Northwest Arkansas :::::oo4::::::::::::::pc::::: ---- A -------AAA-:::::::voc::Q4:::3 v::nooo::::::::::::::::::::p:: ::::::::roo::::r4::::p: When in Fayetteville .... TIH IE I IVIIIDIUNTMIN IINN A :occ WILL PUT YOU AT EASE WITH ITS FAMOUS HOSPITALITY. QUALITY FOOD POPULAR PRICES sos ooo pooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo-ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooq to wi ur I I I Arkansas will be great in proportion to the spirit II of loyalty manifested by University graduates. II I II In the loyalty of University graduates to the I home state and to home industries lies Arkansas' greatest hope for future growth. Such loyalty means I II II II II " a wealth of opportunities for graduates in years to II I' COIIIE. II E ' II - I .. This spirit of loyalty is exemplified in the growth " A I I II ' ' II of the Lion Oil Refining company from a small be- -A . 0 rf . ' W J-,. saga., L ' 'fi ' Wi: A , . . Tis A+-If II ginning to the state s largest refinery with large hold- Llont-if'4-.f PETROLEUM PRODUCTS II ings in Louisiana and Texas and outlets in other I states. II " The fact that Lion laid its foundation in its home II state has meant large payrolls, increased buying LION OIL I power, expenditures of millions of dollars for sup- REFINING C0, I plies and enormous sums in the form of taxes for the I support of Arkansas schools and institutions. EL DGRADO, ARK- II So-in the spirit of loyalty-we salute you. T. I-I. BARTON, Pres I-.. .................................. . ............................... .. V, ..........,.................... . .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,, II IJ - S I .' f' X I N CAMPBELL-BELL . 6 II N if "Q ' N - a II V . 1, ---gs' S II f. X IQ "Northwest Arkansas' Largest II H Department Store" Qbb Q II AUTHENTIC UNIVERSITY STYLES II OUTFITTERS BY ACCLAIM TO THEIR EXCELLENCIES: I THE UNIVERSITY MAN AND WOMAN I I 35 years of service to University students in the development I and promotion of our authentic Razorback Apparel has given I this old reliable institution first place on the campus in style I leadership. I I YOU WILL FIND EXCLUSIVELY SUCH WELL-KNOWN I NATIONAL BRANDS AS: I FOR MEN FOR WOMEN I II Arrow Shirts Varsity Town Bradley Sportswear Mary Lee II Dobbs Hats McGregor Sportswear Shagmoor Coats Knox Hats II l-lart Shaffner 66 Marx Freeman Shoes Vitality Shoes Van Raalre Hose II II U """""""""' """"""""" "" ""'00 O' OGOO Ov. Oooo o ooooo- 309 oooq f 22 1 ,wk EY: 'N f ,, ,iv V,wW, 455, ,,b ,gggq . ,Jug i n - if --1 .gn-.if 61' 1 '.yKf ' C f? ' ' S w'-', :iii Y Qi? ' 1 H.. . lug. 1,4 'f., N wg.. , ,, '- 'H' nA 1, , u X- .. 'M Auf. ,W 033, HH- J? in 1 1.31 55 Q 7 ff." EQRWFT f T. -:U wa. . yumwyx A K .Wg . Q.. bymqipi , ,, .1 ,Q . N ,, " 'Y N131 .rn X wr:71:f?i .',f1.Lg+w1,9 . .. J rw 3' ,. 4,123-'M ,p-bmmgaw - .f.,. .4,, W.,-q ,'kg,2'VX,, TE A,?,433W,,g3 Y ,2'T5'3" -fs -Ww,iW.'y . . , Ab . Mfwiwwxid- 1746 'Q 21'--5 awww , ?EQWW Jww . . my ,aff ' ' YEYML Y -1 ,553 "iff: W! hi 'W .' f- . M ,,, 1 + :'ss?a+ j'. ,, 4- 41555: 7 J' '-,31,agfs:' Ti- A si 'ff " lim mmgwwwfw , . 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II I: I Alterations - Hatting - Dyeing gg ,I Z, L ............................... ...I I I I II In "---' -OII I I I I I I II QUAKER DRUG STORE I II II II I II . , II I 353 Il II Supporters of the University I: I: I II U I I: :I . :I I :I Price Steele, Ph. G. Registered Pliarmactists ,I I Ii I I ' I I-0-0 QOOOQQOQOOOOOQQ ooooooo o A II 'oooooo oo coooooooooooo oe QQOOOOO "2 V """""""""""""""""' " """"' "" """""""' "" I Reynolds-Davis Grocery Co. I I FT. SMITHQ ARK. I II II II I I 'I FAYETTEVILLE ICE COMPANY I II I II OVER 25 YEARS OF SATISFACTORY SERVICE 'I ', Fulbright Ice Cream and Crystal Ice I Il II I II I Phone 527 II ' .J I""''"""""""""""""' 'nsEJII2I1I'Z:i2QH2IQ'ESI'I5'I?2ZIE"I II Th R b k T I I e am' ac oggery THE FASHION SHOPPE II gg UNIVERSITY CLOTHIERS Dry Cleaners and Tailors gg :I West DlCkSOI'l Geo. W. Pinkerton, Mgr. Phone 84d P1:::1t1:: :::::34:::Q:::::1:3CC:::3t LA ROSE BEAUTY SHOP Phone 999 14 Years of Service HEERWAGEN BROS CO. Inc. 'E Heerwagen Building 1' Fayetteville, Ark. ' Automobile Supplies ' CITIZENS BANK I -oo- "THE STUDENTS BANK IN Qi SHULER TOWN" 1' ooooooooo : : : : ::::: :::::::::oc:::::::::: : ::::::::::::::oc:::::::::::::ooo Guisinger Music House 31 years on the square at Fayetteville Now-So. East Corner We specialize in higher grade pianos, musical goods of all kinds Phone 118 : :::: :::::::o4:::p4:::eo v--------------------- ocv--- ----oo :vo Washington Hotel g FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. "Headquarters for University F unctions" Fine Foods and Courteous Service 0000 Hotel Frederica Peacock Tea Room LITTLE ROCK, ARK. I I I I 0oooooooooooooooo ooo 313 oc::l:::::::vo:::::::o4::::::::::: :pod poooooooooooooooooooooo-Q-Q -ooa--- ooooQQQQooo--ooo-----QQ-0-oo--oo II II II ,Q ITUDENTI Of M36-37 II I I II NVQ are living in un ago ol' 'I coopcrzilion and lrxcnclslnp, . I' Wilhoul which, very low ol' us coulcl cxisl I v . . . I I "No man llvclli lo lninscll alone. - I I' Think! .lusl lhink ol' a minule ol" II A man living unlo llnnscll alone, I hvlillOlll C0lllp0lllIOI1 bul willloul ,I Companions or 'l1'Icncls. - II II , ,, You have been lricnilly lo us ,I And wc sincerely wish you I A happy and silc'ccssI'1Il Vulure. I I I The MCINTOSI-I swmo I Negatives of all photographs made by us are on file- If Orders filled at anytime. II II II 5---------------------------- ---- ------------- ---------------------- r-------- ------------------------------------------------------------- II I ll"lVIl IIQIEIDIDNY llQIIILIDWA1l1l I II I . Your Electric Servant II II I. I I X in -... ,- N f, I -C1 f' PM A COLLEGE MAN, Too I X ' 55 ,453 I E K,-X ' I am on the campus clay and night, working If X 5 if IS hard. I light the campus as well as the buildings I xl 0 II IW, and class rooms. I furnish power for the ma- ll Q' I i chinery and clo many other things. I never cut I I , 'I classes. I work long hours and never get tired. ll My labor is cheap. The longer I worlc, the , -S . :E K CQ C, less I get paid per hour. 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